June 28th, 2014
03:56 PM ET

Sneak peek at this Sunday's show

Jeffrey Toobin hosts an abbreviated, yet packed Reliable Sources this week. Here's what we'll have for you on Sunday morning:

First up, Jeffrey will talk with Inside Edition's Deborah Norville about Matt Lauer's interview with GM CEO Mary Barra, in which he questioned her about her ability to balance the demands of her job with her role as a mother. Did Lauer's questions cross a line?

It was announced this week that Diane Sawyer will step down as anchor of ABC’s World News in September, with David Muir taking over and George Stephanopoulos stepping into a new role of "chief anchor" for breaking news and election coverage. We’ll talk with veteran anchor Dan Rather about the significance of the network anchor chair and the future of news.

Finally, former Vice President Dick Cheney has been back in the media spotlight, with a Wall Street Journal op-ed and a pair of interviews in which the Iraq war architect has slammed the Obama administration for the current perilous state of affairs in Iraq.  Should Cheney be back in the media spotlight, how are the media handling him, and are reporters getting at the truth about the cause of the current Iraq crisis?

Tune in this Sunday, 11am Eastern!


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soundoff (2 Responses)
  1. mpguy

    It's too bad that "Reliable Sources" is being cut to a half hour. I guess Brian Stelter will have to be more selective about his stories and use his time more efficiently from now on.

    June 29, 2014 at 1:23 pm | Reply
  2. Sally Quakerfield

    Dan Rather must only watch CBS news if he doesn't know who David Muir is at ABC news. He's been at ABC for many years, and has filled in for Diane Sawyer many times....he's a wonderful choice to replace her. Jeffrey Toobin and Dan Rather need to change channels occasionally before having the type of exchange they did today

    June 29, 2014 at 11:32 am | Reply

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