Bob Schieffer spoke with Dr. Howard Dean on "Washington Unplugged" about the current state of health care reform in the Senate.
Don't expect Rep. Bart Stupak (D-Mich.) to compromise on banning abortion funding in the health care bill. John Dickerson spoke with Stupak on Washington Unplugged.
During a special edition of CBS News' "Washington Unplugged," investigative correspondent Sharyl Attkisson discusses some of the most costly campaigns during this 2010 midterm election season.
Washington Unplugged Extra: CBS News' Chief White House Correspondent Chip Reid talks to John Dickerson about the president's Afghanistan policy, the threat of over exposure and sleep deprivation on the road.
Senator Charles Grassley, R-IA, talks to "Washington Unplugged" on the costs and options of healthcare reform being debated in Congress.
Rapper and actor Chris "Ludacris" Bridges joins Rep. Maxine Waters (D-Calif.) and Mark Ambinder on "Washington Unplugged."
Washington Unplugged's Kaylee Hartung takes a look at the BCS rankings in college football and the young man who is rallying members of congress to change the system.
Congressman Frank Pallone (D-New Jersey) said illegal immigrants should get the scarce H1N1 vaccine on "Washington Unplugged." The N.I.H.'s Anthony Fauci agrees.
Assistant Secretary of State P.J. Crowley says the administration has some "questions" about the legitimacy of the Iranian presidential elections on "Washington Unplugged." Also, we have a report from the ground with Elizabeth Palmer and analysis with the Carnegie Endowments' Karim Sadjadpour.
Rep. Ron Paul (R-Texas.) spoke with Bob Schieffer on Wednesday's "Washington Unplugged", elaborating on his question to Ben Bernanke at last week's Monetary Fund Hearing that the Federal Reserve has funneled money to the Watergate burglars and Saddam Hussein.
That question has Senate democrats and top Washington reporters scratching their heads. Bob Schieffer and Mike Allen ask the question on "Washington Unplugged." Also, the drowning Maldives.
On his first Sunday talk show interview since taking office Sen. Scott Brown and our Bob Schieffer caught up with Washington Unplugged for a behind the scenes look at their interview.
Former Hewlett Packard CEO and GOP Senate Candidate in California, Carly Fiorina joined CBS News' John Dickerson on Washington Unplugged's series, "Behind the Ballot" and said it's time to control Washington's wasteful ways.
On Washington Unplugged, Senator Richard Shelby (R-Ala.) who is part of key negotiations with Senate Banking Chairman Chris Dodd says that an agreement on financial reform will most likely not be reached today and no Republicans will break ranks.
Washington Unplugged: Congressman Ron Paul (R-Texas) talks to Bob Schieffer about the future of the Republican party, his internet following and says he will "probably" not run again for president.
In "Washington Unplugged," CBS News’ Nancy Cordes and Wyatt Andrews speak to The Washington Post’s Ceci Connolly about the challenges the White House faces in the quest for healthcare reform.