CBS News has interviews with both presidential candidates on Sunday's "60 Minutes," following an interview Sunday morning with former President Bill Clinton on "Face the Nation."
President Obama and Republican challenger Mitt Romney will be interviewed in separate segments for "60 Minutes," airing Sunday at 6:30 p.m. on Channel 4 because of NFL football earlier in the day.
In the interview with CBS Evening News anchor Scott Pelley, Romney says his campaign for president doesn't need a turnaround and that he's keeping up with President Obama in the polls, despite criticism generated by a recently revealed tape of him referring to the 47 percent of Americans who don't pay taxes.
President Obama will appear in a separate interview with correspondent Steve Kroft.
Sunday morning at 9:30 a.m., former President Clinton appears with Bob Schieffer on "Face the Nation." The interview coincides with the annual meeting of the Clinton Global Initiative. Both Obama and Romney plan to speak at the event this week in New York.
The "Face the Nation" appearance follows Clinton's well-received speech at the Democratic National Convention and several campaign appearances on behalf of Obama.