[cnn-photo-caption image= http://i2.cdn.turner.com/cnn/2009/POLITICS/04/26/john.king.political.roundup/art.facebook.king.cnn.jpg caption="CNN's John King talks with newsmakers about the hot topics in Washington in the past week."]
Editor's note: John King, CNN's chief national correspondent and "State of the Union" host, examines the news made in Sunday talk and offers up this Monday morning crib sheet on what to watch this week in politics. If you'd like to receive a sneak peek of this story in your inbox every Sunday, you can sign up for the "Political Ticker newsletter" at http://www.cnn.com/profile/.
(CNN) - Our executive producer said it all, "All those people who told me that news never happens on Sunday mornings are out of their minds." Yes, there was plenty of criticism and controversy on the Sunday talk shows - and a fair amount of news was made - but the most important story broke after the usual pundits and politicians had had their say.