This week on “Face the Nation with Margaret Brennan,” the high stakes diplomatic drama over the Chinese spy balloon is intensifying, as we learn more about what the Chinese may have discovered from their soaring surveillance. We ask Texas Republican Sen. Ted Cruz how the incident will impact our already strained relationship with China. Then, following the brutal beating of Tyre Nichols by the Memphis police, we’ll take a look at efforts to renew police reform with New Jersey Sen. Cory Booker.
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Jalen Rose sounds off on ‘petty’ Anthony Davis, says he won’t live down sitting for record
LeBron James made history on Tuesday night as he became the NBA’s new all-time scoring leader – but there were plenty of negative headlines following the monumental moment. The Lakers ended up losing a key game in the race to make the playoffs, and it was reported by Adrian Wojnarowski on Wednesday that Lakers coach […]Read More
State of the Union erupts as Biden and GOP trade barbs
A tense State of the Union address on Tuesday was punctuated by subtle swipes at the GOP by President Biden and raucous disruptions by Republican lawmakers. Why it matters: It underscores the tense relationship between Biden and Republican lawmakers as Washington kicks off two years of divided control and stares down potential crises on the […]Read More
Australia, New Zealand talk up their relationships with China
SYDNEY, Feb 7 (Reuters) – Australia and New Zealand talked up their relationships with China at a joint prime ministerial news conference on Tuesday in the latest sign of strengthening ties with their biggest trading partner. Prime Minister Anthony Albanese and his counterpart Chris Hipkins said they discussed climate change, security, migration and the economy […]Read More