WASHINGTON, Nov. 2, 2011 -- Christiane Amanpour goes one-on-one with House Speaker John Boehner in a "This Week" Sunday morning exclusive.
As the congressional supercommittee wrestles with its assignment of reducing the deficit, can Washington get beyond the blame game? New unemployment numbers show sluggish jobs growth, but will partisan politics derail any chance of Republicans and Democrats coming together to create jobs?
And with a year until voters select the next president, what does the nation's top Republican think of the candidates running for his party's nomination?
House Speaker John Boehner, R-Ohio, will offer his thoughts Sunday only on "This Week."
Then, the race for the Republican nomination takes a scandalous turn. After surging to the top of the GOP field, Herman Cain comes under fire after sexual harassment claims from the past resurface. But will the new revelations hurt his standing in the polls?
Our powerhouse roundtable, with George Will, political strategist Matthew Dowd, Arianna Huffington of the Huffington Post and Niall Ferguson, author of "Civilization," debates the fallout for the Cain campaign and the rest of the Republican field.
And as a Greek referendum puts the entire global economy at risk, can a fiscal catastrophe be averted? Will the crisis cripple the American recovery and plunge the world back into recession? That, and all the week's political and economic news on the "This Week" roundtable.
Plus, former Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice opens up about her years in the Bush administration in her new book, "No Higher Honor." She talks with Christiane about her most challenging times during a turbulent decade in Washington, and her take on how the Obama administration is handling the world's hot spots.
Speaker John Boehner and Condoleezza Rice -- Sunday on "This Week."