Sunday Breakfast Menu, April 27

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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 CBS’s “Face the Nation” and CNN’s “State of the Union” to discuss the breakdown of the peace talks.

Tensions continue to escalate in eastern Ukraine as pro-Russian militants performed drills on Ukraine’s 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 NBC’s “Meet the Press,” 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 president’s 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, “Blue Collar Conservatives” and his vision of the Republican Party’s future.

Jeh Johnson, the secretary for homeland security, will talk about current domestic security threats and immigration reform policy on ABC’s “This Week.” Senator Elizabeth Warren, Democrat of Massachusetts, will appear on the show to chat about her new book, “A Fighting Chance.”

On “Fox News Sunday,” 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 state’s 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 Michigan’s ban, will debate the issue.

On CSPAN’s “Newsmakers,” 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.

Telemundo’s “Enfoque” 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.

Univision’s “Al Punto” 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 García Márquez, the Colombian novelist who died last week.

On Bloomberg’s “Political Capital,” Penny Pritzker, secretary of commerce, talked about trade and economic interests abroad on Friday. The show repeats through the weekend.

Sunday Breakfast Menu, April 20

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The Boston Marathon kicks off Monday morning,  one year after a bomb exploded near the finish line of the race, killing three people and wounding hundreds. Gov. Deval Patrick of Massachusetts will discuss security at the marathon on CBS’s “Face the Nation.”

Representative Michael McCaul, Republican of Texas and chairman of the Homeland Security Committee, Raymond W. Kelly, former New York City Police Commissioner, will also weigh in on new security measures in Boston on ABC’s “This Week.” Later in the show, Justice John Paul Stevens, formerly on the Supreme Court, will discuss his new book, “Six Amendments.”

Cardinal Timothy M. Dolan of New York will discuss religion in the United States on Easter morning on CBS and give his thoughts on how Pope Francis is changing the Roman Catholic Church. Cardinal Donald W. Wuerl, archbishop of Washington, will also talk about the Easter holiday on “Fox News Sunday.”

Ukraine and Russia reached a tentative deal, negotiated by Secretary of State John Kerry, to ease tensions in the region. Sergey Kislyak, Russian ambassador to the United States, will speak about the situation on “Fox News Sunday.”

On NBC’s “Meet the Press,” Arseniy Yatsenyuk, the acting prime minister of Ukraine, will share his views on the temporary agreement with Russia and what will be next for his country. Senators Bob Corker, Republican of Tennessee, and Chris Murphy, Democrat of Connecticut, both members of the Foreign Relations Committee, will also weigh in on the Ukrainian situation. Later in the show, Representative Debbie Wasserman Schultz, Democrat of Florida and chairwoman of the Democratic National Committee, will discuss Democrats’ prospects in the midterm elections.

President Obama said this week that Democrats should “forcefully defend and be proud” of his health care law during the midterms. Mo Elleithee, communications director at the Democratic National Committee, Sean Spicer, communications director at the Republican National Committee, and Stu Rothenberg, political analyst, will discuss the impact the health care law could have on the elections on CNN’s “State of the Union.” Senator John Walsh, Democrat of Montana and an Iraq War veteran, will talk about the growing epidemic of military suicides.

Former Gov. Tim Pawlenty, a former Republican presidential candidate, will appear on C-Span’s “Newsmakers” to discuss the problems facing the banking industry.

On Univision’s “Al Punto,” Gov. Martin O’Malley, Democrat of Maryland, will talk about the possibility of a presidential run and immigration reform in his state.

Gabriel García Márquez, the famed Colombian novelist, died this week. On Telemundo’s “Enfoque,” Plinio Apuleyo Mendoza, a Colombian writer and diplomat, will talk about Mr. Marquez’s legacy.

On Bloomberg’s “Political Capital,” William Cohen, former secretary of defense, discussed Ukraine’s future on the show, which airs on Friday and repeats through the weekend.

Sunday Breakfast Menu, April 13

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Kathleen Sebelius, the health and human services secretary who faced criticism for the flawed rollout of the new health care law, resigned this week. Earlier this month, President Obama announced that more than seven million Americans enrolled in the new health care exchanges. Sylvia Mathews Burwell, currently the director of the White House Office of Management and Budget, is Mr. Obama’s choice to take over the job.

Representatives Marsha W. Blackburn, Republican of Tennessee, and Elijah E. Cummings, Democrat of Maryland, will weigh in on Ms. Sebelius’s departure on CBS’s “Face the Nation.”

Ms. Burwell’s appointment will also dominate conversation on “Fox News Sunday,” where Representative Tim Scott, Republican of South Carolina, and Sheldon Whitehouse, Democrat of Rhode Island, will talk about the change.

House Republicans asked the Justice Department  to open a criminal investigation of Lois Lerner, the former Internal Revenue Service official, after she refused to answer questions about the targeting of Tea Party groups. Two members of the Ways and Means Committee — Representative Sander M. Levin, Democrat of Michigan, and Charles Boustany, Republican of Louisiana — will discuss the party-line vote to involve federal prosecutors on “Fox News Sunday.”

On ABC’s “This Week,” guest include Samantha Power, the United States ambassador to the United Nations, and Gov. Deval Patrick, Democrat of Massachusetts. Senator Rand Paul, Republican of Kentucky, will also talk about his 2016 presidential prospects.

With midterm elections on the horizon, Representatives Steve Israel, Democrat of New York and chairman of the Democrat Congressional Campaign Committee, and Greg Walden, Republican of Oregon and chairman of the National Republican Congressional Committee, will explain how they plan to get their parties re-elected in the fall on CNN’s “State of the Union.”

The Boston Marathon bombing, which killed three people and injured more than 100, happened nearly one year ago. Senator Ed Markey, Democrat of Massachusetts, Ed Davis, former Boston police commissioner, and the historian Doris Kearns Goodwin will discuss the tragedy on NBC’s “Meet the Press.” Representative Donna Edwards, Democrat of Maryland, will join a round-table discussion on Ms. Sebelius’s resignation.

C-Span’s “Newsmakers” will feature Representative Bob Goodlatte, Republican of Virginia and chairman of the House Judiciary Committee.

A possible Republican presidential contender, Jeb Bush, the former Florida governor, made headlines this week when he called illegal immigration an “act of love” last week. Representatives Luis Gutierrez, Democrat of Illinois, and Mario Diaz-Balart, Republican of Florida, will weigh in on the possibility of immigration reform passing this year.

Zbigniew Brzezinski, a former national security adviser, shared his thoughts about the ongoing situation in Ukraine on Bloomberg’s “Political Capital.” The show aired on Friday and will repeat through the weekend.

Representative Loretta Sanchez, Democrat of California, and Adam Kinzinger, Republican of Illinois, will discuss homeland security on Telemundo’s “Enfoque.”

Sunday Breakfast Menu, April 6

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Fort Hood, Tex., suffered a devastating blow this week when Specialist Ivan Antonio Lopez opened fire at the Army base, killing three and wounding 16 of his fellow soldiers, then taking his own life. Five years ago, another soldier went on a similar shooting rampage at Fort Hood, killing 13 people. On Thursday, Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel struggled to explain why new security measures had not been effective.

Representative Michael T. McCaul, Republican of Texas and chairman of the House Intelligence committee, and Senator Tim Kaine, Democrat of Virginia, will discuss those questions on “Fox News Sunday.” Mr. McCaul will also appear on CBS’s “Face the Nation.”

On ABC’s “This Week,” Representative John Carter, Republican of Texas, and General Peter W. Chiarelli, the retired Army vice chief of staff, will also discuss the shootings at Fort Hood. This week, General Motors recalled 2.6 million cars because of a faulty ignition switch, which has been linked to 13 deaths. Senator Claire McCaskill, Democrat of Missouri, grilled G.M.’s chief executive at a hearing on Wednesday and will explain her concerns on the show.

Admiral Michael G. Mullen, the former chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, will discuss the shooting at Fort Hood on NBC’s “Meet the Press.” The Supreme Court this week struck down limits on how much an individual can contribute to candidates in a two-year election cycle. Shaun McCutcheon, who brought the case, and Robert Weissman, president of Public Citizen, will debate the issue on the show.

The House minority leader, Nancy Pelosi, Democrat of California, will explain the challenges her party faces in the 2014 midterm elections  and the double standards women in politics face on CNN’s “State of the Union.” Later in the show, Representatives Mike Rogers, Republican of Michigan, and C.A. Dutch Ruppersberger, Democrat of Maryland, will discuss the recently declassified Senate report on C.I.A. detention and interrogation practices during the George W. Bush administration. Representatives Tulsi Gabbard, Democrat of Hawaii and Tim Murphy, Republican of Pennsylvania, will talk about mental health and the military on the show.

The Obama administration announced on Tuesday that 7.1 million Americans signed up for health care plans under the Affordable Care Act. Dan Pfeiffer, White House adviser, will provide more details on the enrollment numbers on CBS.

Michael V. Hayden, the former C.I.A. director, will appear on “Fox News Sunday” to discuss testimony by the agency’s former deputy director, Michael J. Morell, on the 2012 Benghazi attack on Wednesday.

Representative Joe Garcia, Democrat of Florida, will comment on a failed Twitter-like service in Cuba created by the United States government, on Univision’s “Al Punto.” The program airs at 10 a.m. Eastern.

On Telemundo’s “Enfoque,” Shawn Moran, vice president of National Border Patrol Council, and Fernando Garcia, director of Border Network for Human Rights, will debate border-related issues. Representative Grace Napolitano, Democrat of California, will discuss the Fort Hood shootings, especially the issue of mental health in the military.

Representative Paul D. Ryan, Republican of Wisconsin and chairman of the House Budget Committee, revealed his proposed budget on Monday and he appeared on the show to explain his plan on Bloomberg’s “Political Capital.” Later in the program, Representative Rogers discussed his N.S.A. reform bill. The show aired Friday and repeats through the weekend.