After weeks of political infighting and cross-party jabs, the House and Senate are expected to approve a short-term spending bill that would avoid a shutdown of the Department of Homeland Security. However, the stopgap measure would simply punt the issue for another three weeks, and DHS Secretary Jeh Johnson has voiced frustration that a long-term solution has not been reached. We’ll talk exclusively with the Majority Whip, Rep Steve Scalise (R-LA) who is responsible for “whipping up” votes for his party in the House.
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- Mar 01, 2015 Gov. Walker on CPAC, record in Wisconsin; Rep. Scalise talks DHS funding fight
- Feb 22, 2015 Jeh Johnson talks plan to defeat ISIS, immigration standoff; potential 2016 dark-horse candidate: Mike Pence
- Feb 15, 2015 Rep. John Boehner sounds off on fight over Homeland Security funding; Alabama Chief Justice Roy Moore explains stance on same-sex marriage
- Feb 08, 2015 President Obama's ISIS strategy falling short? Plus, Dr. Ben Carson on measles outbreak, vaccines
- Feb 01, 2015 President Obama's foreign policy under fire
- Jan 25, 2015 Gov. John Kasich talks balanced budget push, 2016 plans; Denis McDonough on president's domestic, foreign policy priorities
- Jan 18, 2015 Iran, terrorism overshadow President Obama's pivot to domestic policies
- Jan 11, 2015 Gen. Dempsey reacts to Paris attacks; Sens. Hoeven, Coons talk Keystone showdown
- Jan 04, 2015 GOP agenda for 2015: cooperation or confrontation? Plus, Republican wave comes to Washington
- Dec 28, 2014 A look back at 'Fox News Sunday's' biggest stories of 2014; panel debates race in America, looks ahead to 2015
- Dec 21, 2014 How will US respond to the hacking attack on Sony Pictures?
- Dec 14, 2014 Were the CIA's enhanced interrogation tactics 'torture'?
- Dec 07, 2014 Bill Cassidy on runoff victory over Mary Landrieu; Rush Limbaugh talks race relations
- Nov 30, 2014 Ferguson fallout: Attorneys on both sides react to grand jury decision
- Nov 23, 2014 Sen. Cruz leads charge against Obama's executive action; Rep. Becerra on if plan can fix broken immigration system; Greg Abbott on president's unilateral reform
- Nov 16, 2014 Battles brewing over immigration, ObamaCare, climate change
- Nov 09, 2014 GOP headed for compromise or confrontation with Obama?
- Nov 02, 2014 Midterms 2014: Mitt Romney, Sen. Ben Cardin break down the battle for the Senate
- Oct 26, 2014 Dr. Anthony Fauci updates fight against Ebola in America; Gov. Chris Christie talks midterms, looks ahead to 2016
- Oct 19, 2014 Dr. Anthony Fauci updates status of US Ebola patients; party chairs square off in exclusive joint interview
On the Show
The annual Conservative Political Action Conference convenes this week, an event that has become a must stop for any Republican with presidential aspirations. Among the speakers is Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker, who has taken a strong lead in Iowa polls among likely 2016 candidates, the state whose caucuses begin the presidential primary calendar. We’ll talk exclusively with Governor Walker about 2016, the right-to-work bill his state is tackling, and his ongoing fight over cutting aid to the Wisconsin university system.