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The Israeli government halted peace negotiations with the Palestinians on Thursday because of a unity agreement announced on Wednesday between two rival Palestinian factions, the Palestine Liberation Organization and the militant group Hamas.
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu of Israel will appear on CBSâs âFace the Nationâ and CNNâs âState of the Unionâ to discuss the breakdown of the peace talks.
Tensions continue to escalate in eastern Ukraine as pro-Russian militants performed drills on Ukraineâs border and President Vladimir V. Putin threatened unspecified consequences for Ukraine if they took any action. Secretary of State John Kerry warned Russia again on Thursday night that it would face additional economic sanctions if they did not change course.
On NBCâs âMeet the Press,â Tony Blair, former prime minister of Britain, will give his take on the developing situation in Ukraine. Senator Robert Menendez, Democrat of New Jersey and chairman of the Foreign Relations Committee, will discuss the possibility of more sanctions against Russia.
Senators John Barrasso, Republican of Wyoming, and Ben Cardin, Democrat of Maryland, who both serve on the Foreign Relations Committee, will discuss the presidentâs approach to foreign policy on CNN.
Senator Bob Corker, Republican of Tennessee and ranking member of the Foreign Relations Committee, will also weigh in on the tensions between Russia and the United States on CBS. Later in the show, Senator Claire McCaskill, Democrat of Missouri, will detail her efforts to end sexual assault on college campuses. Rick Santorum, former Republican presidential candidate, will talk about his new book, âBlue Collar Conservativesâ and his vision of the Republican Partyâs future.
Jeh Johnson, the secretary for homeland security, will talk about current domestic security threats and immigration reform policy on ABCâs âThis Week.â Senator Elizabeth Warren, Democrat of Massachusetts, will appear on the show to chat about her new book, âA Fighting Chance.â
On âFox News Sunday,â Gov. Mike Pence, Republican of Indiana, will discuss the possibility of a presidential run in 2016. This week, the Supreme Court upheld a Michigan constitutional amendment that bans affirmative action in admissions at the stateâs public universities. Jennifer Gratz, the student who was rejected by the University of Michigan in 1995 and sued the school over its affirmative action policy, and Shanta Driver, a civil rights lawyer who argued before the Supreme Court to overturn Michiganâs ban, will debate the issue.
On CSPANâs âNewsmakers,â Tom Steyer, president of NextGen Climate, will explain his opposition to the Keystone XL Pipeline project and his plans to give $100 million to back candidates who support legislation on climate change.
Telemundoâs âEnfoqueâ will broadcast live from the Vatican with Father Juan Sosa, from the Archdiocese of Miami, and discuss the lives of Pope Francis and Pope John Paul II.
Univisionâs âAl Puntoâ will also focus on the canonization of the two popes, which airs at 10 a.m. Eastern. President Juan Manuel Santos of Colombia will also appear on the show to talk about his re-election this May and Gabriel GarcÃa MÃ¡rquez, the Colombian novelist who died last week.
On Bloombergâs âPolitical Capital,â Penny Pritzker, secretary of commerce, talked about trade and economic interests abroad on Friday. The show repeats through the weekend.