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THIS SUNDAY: Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu joins David Gregory for a conversation on the crisis in the Middle East. What is the latest on the ceasefire talks and is Secretary of State John Kerry aiding the process? And we'll talk to Chris Gunness, the Spokesperson for the United Nations Relief and Works Agency, about the humanitarian situation in Gaza.

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu speaks during a cabinet meeting at the defense ministry in Tel Aviv on July 18.ODED BALILTY - Pool / AFP - Getty Images file

SUNDAY EXCLUSIVE: Rep. Paul Ryan (R-WI) joins David Gregory for an interview. Will the Chairman of the Budget Committee's new initiative to fight poverty work? Can Congress solve the border crisis before leaving Washington for the summer? Plus, as a result of changes in House leadership, what is the state of the Republican Party? Finally, with the Ukraine and the Middle East in turmoil, how will the U.S lead on the world stage?


Also David will talk foreign policy with New York Senator Charles Schumer (D) and we'll hear Texas Senator Ted Cruz's (R) thoughts on congressional dysfunction.

All this and more will be discussed with our roundtable:

Judy Woodruff, Co-Anchor and Managing Editor, PBS NewsHour

David Brooks, Columnist, New York Times

Nia-Malika Henderson, Reporter, Washington Post

Ruth Marcus, Columnist, Washington Post

And NBC Correspondent Kevin Tibbles continues his Meeting America series. He heads to Vermont to explore their unique single-payer health care system.