Our exclusive guest this week: George Mitchell, former U.S. senator
A major blow to Major League Baseball: The Mitchell Report reveals rampant steroid abuse and calls for immediate action. Home run king Barry Bonds and seven-time Cy Young award-winner Roger Clemens are among the All-Star players named for the use of banned performance enhancing drugs according to the report. All this occurred while some players, the union and management ignored the flood of drugs into the sport.
We'll examine the details and find out what should happen next with the man who led the investigation: Former Senator George Mitchell will join us live for a "FOX News Sunday" exclusive.
Then, the debate on torture and how much is too much when interrogating terror suspects is fueled by the revelation that the CIA in 2005 destroyed two tapes of suspects being interrogated. The Justice Department and CIA have immediately announced investigations into the matter and both Intelligence Committees in the House and Senate have grilled CIA Director Michael Hayden. We'll speak with two influential members from the House Intelligence Committee Congressman Pete Hoekstra and Congresswoman Jane Harman about how far is too far when extracting information from the enemy.
Plus, the race to Iowa heats up for both parties. Our panel will discuss this week's back-to-back presidential debates in the Hawkeye state. Who came out on top? Where do the candidates stand heading into the primaries? Joining us to discuss will be Brit Hume, Washington managing editor of FOX News; Mara Liasson of National Public Radio, Bill Kristol of the Weekly Standard and Juan Williams of National Public Radio.
And, our Power Player of the Week: Ted Leonsis – Washington "filmanthropist," businessman, sports team owner and now a film producer.
So check your local listings and we'll see you on the next "FOX News Sunday."
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