6/4: Face The Nation

This week on “Face the Nation,” West Virginia’s Democratic Sen. Joe Manchin and Louisiana Republican Garret Graves discuss what’s next for the country after averting a debt crisis, plus Bank of America CEO Brian Moynihan on how brinkmanship impacts an ever-changing economy.

CBS News political panel on what voters can expect as GOP race for president intensifies

Campaign 2024 got down to business in Iowa this weekend as most of the declared or potential Republican candidates visited the early nominating state. Notably absent was the GOP front-runner, former President Donald Trump, who was off the trail this weekend. CBS News political correspondent Caitlin Huey-Burns, CBS News senior White House and political correspondent Ed O’Keefe and CBS News chief election and campaign correspondent Robert Costa joined “Face the Nation” to discuss.

Architect Jeanne Gang on changing the shape of a city

Jeanne Gang, arguably the most important female architect working today, heads her own firm, Studio Gang, which is pushing the boundaries of the good that architecture can do, for connecting communities and for the environment. Gang talked with correspondent Martha Teichner about her most recent project, an expansion of New York’s American Museum of Natural History, and about the skyscrapers, airport terminal, and other civic spaces she has designed in her hometown of Chicago meant to transform spaces, outside and within.

Tony nominee Jodie Comer on “Prima Facie”

Jodie Comer, who won an Emmy for her role of a Russian assassin on TV’s “Killing Eve,” is now an Oliver Award-winner and Tony-nominee for her performance in the one-woman play “Prima Facie,” as a London barrister confronting injustice in the legal system with regards to victims of sexual assault. CBS News’ Erin Moriarty talks with Comer, and with playwright Suzie Miller, about the dynamics of the play, the responses from audiences, and how a “scrappy” young woman from Liverpool with no formal training found success on stage.

From the archives: Songwriters Cynthia Weil and Barry Mann

Lyricist Cynthia Weil, who with her husband Barry Mann was half of one of the most successful songwriting teams in New York’s fabled Brill Building, and who wrote or co-wrote hits for such artists as Neil Diamond, Linda Ronstadt and Lionel Richie, died June 1, 2023, at age 82. In this “Sunday Morning” profile that aired February 8, 2015, Weil and Mann talk with correspondent Rita Braver about their love-hate competition with Carole King (dramatized in the musical “Beautiful”), and about creating such classics as “On Broadway” and “You’ve Lost That Lovin’ Feelin’.”