THIS SUNDAY: David goes one-on-one with Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif in an exclusive, wide-ranging interview. Nuclear talks in Vienna have entered a critical stage, but will Iran and the P5+1 powers be able to reach a comprehensive agreement by the July 20 deadline? What happens if they cannot break through a stalemate? Plus, with Iraq in turmoil, how will Iran use its influence there -- and does their cause align with the U.S.? And as the humanitarian crisis takes its deadly toll in Syria, how much longer will Iran support the Assad regime? Video excerpt: http://nbcnews.to/1s4r4xA
PLUS: Reaction from Martin Indyk in his first television interview since stepping down as the Obama administration’s Mideast peace envoy, as well as The Atlantic’s Jeffrey Goldberg.
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CHAOS AT THE BORDER: Some say humanitarian crisis, some say national security breakdown. We will hear from both sides:
Rep. Mike Rogers (R-MI)
Rep. Joaquin Castro (D-TX)
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POLITICAL ROUNDTABLE: House Speaker John Boehner says he wants to sue President Obama over health care, and now former Governor Sarah Palin joins in the cry for presidential impeachment. Is this political rhetoric -- or is Washington truly broken?
Fmr. Gov. Jennifer Granholm (D-MI)
Fmr. Sen. Rick Santorum (R-PA)
Stephen Henderson Columnist, Detroit Free Press
Kimberley Strassel Columnist, The Wall Street Journal
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-- NBC News correspondent Mark Potter covers the immigration crisis up close, traveling with Border Patrol agents along the Rio Grande in South Texas, where they find 1,000 immigrants crossing into the U.S. border every day.
-- Meeting America: the national spotlight turned to Cleveland this week -- first with the news that the Republican party will hold their 2016 convention there, followed by LeBron James’ decision to return to the Cavaliers. NBC News correspondent Kevin Tibbles showcases the revitalization and growth underway throughout the Ohio city.We're looking for your input for our 2016 elections experience. Participate