On a special edition of "Washington Unplugged" during CBSNews.com's webcast previewing President Obama's State of the Union address CBS News' Bill Plante spoke with Mark Knoller, Lara Logan, GOP Strategist Kevin Madden and Politico's John Harris.
Former white house pastry chef Roland Mesnier talks to Bob Shieffer on "Washington Unplugged" about his new book, All The Presidents' Pastries.
Jock Friedly, is the president of Legistorm.com, a website which makes congressional salaries easily accessible. He tells CBS News' 'Washington Unplugged' he has not made many friends on the hill.
During Washington Unplugged, Bob Schieffer and Mark Knoller recall Michael Jackson's visit to the White House during Ronald Reagan's presidency.
Washington Unplugged follows Democratic Senate Advisor Rodell Mollineau, who works with Sen. Harry Reid to keep Democrats on message.
From Sting to The Roots, Earth Day Network Campaign Director Nate Byer stopped by Washington Unplugged to announce the event's line-up which happens Sunday, April 25th in Washington. Plus; Juan Zarate with the latest on the Nuclear Summit and Politico's Jonathan Allen looks at Congress' return.
Washington Unplugged Extra: While preparing for an interview with Bob Schieffer, Senator Ben Nelson (D-NE) praised the New York Times' Jeff Zeleny who later told Schieffer a hairy tale about the senator.
Happy Tax Day from Washington Unplugged. Kaylee Hartung has the latest from the Tax Day Rally, John Dickerson spoke with Online Tax Revolt's Ken Hoagland, CBSNews.com's Stephanie Condon reports on Obama's Tax Code. And; Bob Schieffer chats with Garth Brooks and sings "Friends in Low Places".
Anchorage affiliate KTVA anchor/reporter Matt Felling joined CBS News' Bill Plante on "Washington Unplugged" Wednesday for the latest developments in the Alaska Senate race, in which Tea Party Republican candidate Joe Miller closely trails "Write In" candidate. The main "Write In" candidate being Republican Sen. Lisa Murkowski.
Citing CBS News exit polls, CBS News chief political consultant Marc Ambinder said on a special Election Night edition of "Washington Unplugged" that at its core, this election was about people's perception of government.
On a special edition of "Washington Unplugged," CBS News White House correspondent Mark Knoller reported President Obama would not be making a statement on Election Day results Tuesday night. The President will hold a news conference Wednesday.
CBS News chief national correspondent Byron Pitts joined a special edition of "Washington Unplugged" anchored by John Dickerson from a Tea Party watch and victory party in Washington, DC.
Continuing Washington Unplugged's "Political Year in Review," the CBS News team names President Obama's best and worst moments. CBS News' Bob Orr, Rob Hendin, Ward Sloane and Democratic strategist Jamal Simmons break down presidential highs and lows.
CBS News chief Washington correspondent Bob Schieffer wraps up the year in politics with CBS News' Rob Hendin and Brian Montopoli and Charles Ellison, Politics365.com's Washington correspondent. Plus, continuing Washington Unplugged's 2010 poll, our panel reveals who had the "best" and "worst" year in Washington.
Who had the "best" and "worst" year in Washington politics? Washington Unplugged's panel, including chief Washington correspondent Bob Schieffer and CBS News' Rob Hendin and Brian Montopoli, revealed its picks Thursday.
Representative Eric Cantor (R-Virginia) tells Nancy Cordes he hopes Obama's job summit is "more than a photo op" and presents his own plan on "Washington Unplugged."