In an exclusive interview with CBS News, former President Jimmy Carter told CBS News senior White House correspondent Bill Plante, the release of documents by Wikileaks "helps no one, but hurts diplomatically." More of Plante's interview with Carter airs Tuesday at 12:30pmET on CBS News' politics webcast "Washington Unplugged."
In part one of Washington Unplugged's exclusive interview with former President Jimmy Carter, he tells CBS News' senior White House correspondent Bill Plante how he thinks President Obama will handle his next two years in office.
CBS News' Chip Reid, GOP strategist Alex Conant and John Dickerson break down Pres. Obama's health care address and Rep. Joe Wilson's outburst. Plus; Washington Unplugged uncovers the best political fights from around the world.
Senior Fellow at the Brookings Institute Stephen Hess and Eleanor Clift of Newsweek discuss the legislative legacy of LBJ's Medicare reform on "Washington Unplugged."
Former Senate Majority Leader and heart surgeon Bill Frist joined John Dickerson on "Washington Unplugged" to discuss health care and his new book.
In part one of CBS News' senior White House correspondent Bill Plante's interview with Jimmy Carter for "Washington Unplugged," the former president discusses Iran sanctions, Israel and the Middle East, Republicans and his advice for President Obama, plus insight from his newest book "White House Diary."
In Part 2 of Washington Unplugged's exclusive interview with Former President Jimmy Carter, author of "White House Diary", he explains to CBS News' Bill Plante why his relationship with the media was often contentious during his presidency. Plus; Richard Wolffe and Leslie Sanchez wrap-up Tuesday's bipartisan summit.
In their interview on Washington Unplugged, Tommy Chong offers CBS News' Bill Plante a joint and his response might surprise you!
Cheech Marin and Tommy Chong are in Washington for the Marijuana Policy Project's 15th anniversary gala and are set to kick off their new comedy tour Get It Legal. They stopped by the set of Washington Unplugged and talked to CBS News' Bill Plante.
Tea Party Patriots Debbie Dooley and Patriot Majority's Craig Varoga squared off on Washington Unplugged. Bob Schieffer moderated the debate.
On Thursday's "Washington Unplugged," CBS News chief political consultant Marc Ambinder was joined by Doug Liman, director of "Fair Game," the real life tale of exposed CIA operative Valerie Plame.
Washington Unplugged takes a behind the scenes look at President Obama's basketball challenge with CBS Sports' Clark Kellogg and The Early Show's Harry Smith.
After an Election Day "shellacking," did President Obama successfully make a comeback in the lame duck session of Congress? CBS News' Bob Orr, "Evening News" senior producer Ward Sloane, political producer Rob Hendin and CBS News Democratic strategist Jamal Simmons discussed Wednesday. Plus, the best and worst presidential moments of 2010 as chosen by Washington Unplugged' political panel.
With the release of "Going Rogue," coinciding with a week-long media blitz, Washington Unplugged dissects contradictions in her new book? Nancy Cordes spoke with CBS' Scott Conroy, GOP strategist Matt Mackowiac and Huffington Post's Sam Stein.
Last May, Rep. Gabrielle Giffords (D-Ariz.) appeared on Washington Unplugged in a roundtable on immigration reform moderated by CBS News' Bob Orr and Ali Noorani, Executive Director of the National Immigration Forum.
Rep. Joe Wilson (R-S.C.) has a lot of competition when it comes to political fights. Washington Unplugged presents the down right nastiest battles from around the world.