New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie speaks about his knowledge of a traffic study that snarled traffic at the George Washington Bridge during a news conference on Thursday in Trenton, NJ. Many political operatives feel he did well weathering the scandal, as long as he is telling the full truth. Jeff Zelevansky / Getty Images
Concerns over security and anti-gay laws overshadow the Sochi Olympics, which open in less than a month. Sunday, David talks with tennis legend Billie Jean King, who is part of President Obama’s delegation to the Games, about the impact of it all on the Winter Games.
Fifty Years since the War on Poverty
Fifty years ago this week, President Lyndon Johnson declared a “war on poverty” in his State of the Union address. Today, communities across the country still deal with the gripping effects of a never-ending cycle of poverty. Sunday, Maria Shriver tells David about her groundbreaking Shriver Report on the impact of poverty on women and families.