Coming up Sunday: Hillary Clinton and Rand Paul

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CARROLL, IA - JULY 26: Democratic presidential hopeful and former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton speaks to guests gathered for a house party on July 26, 2015 in Carroll, Iowa. Although Clinton leads all other Democratic contenders, a recent poll had her trailing several of the Republican candidates in Iowa. (Photo by Scott Olson/Getty Images)
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(CBS News) -- This Sunday on Face the Nation, John Dickerson sits down with Democratic Presidential Candidate Hillary Clinton in her first Sunday show interview in almost four years.

We'll talk to the former secretary of state about the news of the day, both at home and abroad, the state of her campaign, and what it's like running as an establishment candidate in a campaign that's shaping up, so far, as the year of the outsider.

And days after the fireworks at the second Republican primary debate, we'll also sit down with Kentucky Sen. Rand Paul, who's seeking the 2016 Republican presidential nomination. We'll ask him about his own campaign, the state of the GOP race, and how he hopes to break through the noise and emerge as a real contender.

Finally, we'll convene an all-star panel, including Wall Street Journal columnist and CBS News Contributor Peggy Noonan, , Slate's Jamelle Bouie, National Journal's Ron Brownstein, and the Washington Post's Michael Gerson, to unpack the political news of the week.

We hope you'll join us Sunday.