As the world reacts to the revolution in Libya, we’ll discuss the wave of uprisings sweeping the Middle East with two senators expert in foreign policy: independent Sen. Joe Lieberman of Connecticut and Republican Sen. John McCain of Arizona. They’ve been traveling the Middle East and will share with us what they’ve learned, from Cairo, Egypt.
Then, we’ll shift to the national budget battle. Can both parties come together or will the government shut down on March 4? We’ll discuss with Democratic Sen. Kent Conrad of North Dakota.
Will the federal government shut down next month? Why can’t lawmakers compromise on a federal budget? We’ll talk domestic politics with the senior senator from New York, Chuck Schumer.
Then, as protests unravel across the Middle East, we’ll assess their implications for the United States with the ranking member of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee, Indiana Sen. Dick Lugar.
Plus, looking ahead with a man who's held nearly every job in Washington, Donald Rumsfeld. He joins us to dissect the recent turmoil in the Middle East, the future of Afghanistan, Osama bin Laden, President Obama’s first term and much more.
And finally, with President’s Day around the corner, we’ll close with interviews with two former commanders-in-chief.
As the second week of protests comes to an end, the discussion turns to America's standing in the Middle East and what's next for Egypt and the region. Joining us will be former U.S. Secretary of State Madeleine Albright - exclusive, live and in-studio.
Then, former U.S. Ambassador to Egypt, Edward S. Walker, and former U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations John Negroponte, who shared their insights with us on last Sunday’s broadcast, join us again to assess the latest developments in this ever-changing story.
(CNN) - It's early, and State of the Union is bringing you the most important morning headlines to go with your coffee.
On our radar this morning: The latest developments out of Tucson, Wikipedia's 10 year anniversary, Tunisia's on-going unrest.
Check out what we're reading, and make sure to watch the show at 9am and 12pm ET.
Out of last week’s mass shooting in Tucson have emerged endless questions.
This Sunday, on a special edition of State of the Union, we’ll spend the hour searching for answers as we look at the state of mental health.
Full guest rundown, after the jump:
(CNN)–It's early, and State of the Union is bringing you the best of the morning headlines to go with your coffee.
On our radar this morning: Tensions on the Korean Peninsula, an impending Wikileaks document release, and the changes coming to Capitol Hill.
Check out what we're reading, and make sure to watch the show at 9am/12pm ET.