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Late TV Listings

This Week with George Stephanopoulos. Guests: Representatives Mike Rogers, ­Republican of Michigan, Jan Schakowsky, Democrat of Illinois, and Dutch Ruppersberger, Democrat of Maryland. 10 a.m. (5)

State of the Union. Topics: Terrorism and intelligence. Guests: Nicholas Burns, former undersecretary of state; Michael Chertoff, former secretary of homeland security; Senator Dan Coats, Republican of Indiana; and Representatives Marsha Blackburn of Tennessee, Jason Chaffetz of Utah, ­Adam Schiff of California, Bennie Thompson of Mississippi, and Debbie Wasserman Schultz of Florida. 9 a.m. (CNN)

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Fox News Sunday. Topics: National security after the ­Boston Marathon bombings; the Syrian war status. Guests: Senator Joe Manchin, Democrat of West Virginia; Representative Mike McCaul, Republican of Texas; Israel’s ambassador to the ­United States, Michael Oren. 9 a.m. (25)

The Newsmakers. Guests: Representative Adam Smith, Democrat of Washington. 10 a.m. and 6 p.m. (C-SPAN)

Fareed Zakaria GPS. Topics: America’s counterterrorism ­capabilities and the Boston bombing case; the conflict in Chechnya; technology’s role in combatting terror and democratizing nations; America’s treatment of immigrants. Guests: General Michael Hay­den; Anne Applebaum, foreign affairs journalist; Anatol Lieven , head of the war studies department at King’s College; Eric Schmidt and Jared Cohen of Google; Mira Nair, film director. (CNN)

Face the Nation with Bob Schieffer. Topics: Boston Marathon bomb­ings inquiry; reports that chemical weapons have been used in Syria. Guests: Senator Saxby Chambliss, Republican of Georgia; Senator Claire McCaskill, Democrat of Missouri; and Senator ­Lindsey Graham, Republican of South Carolina. 10:30 a.m. (4)

Meet the Press. Guests: Senator John McCain, Republican of Arizona; Representative Peter King, Republican of New York; Representative Keith ­Ellison, Democrat of Minnesota; Tony Blair, former prime minister of Britain; Senator Amy Klobuchar, Democrat of Minnesota; Representative Joaquin Castro, Democrat of Texas; ­Karen Hughes, former undersecretary of state; Mike Murphy, Republican strategist. 10:30 a.m. (7)

This Week in Business. ­Topics: The business impact of the Boston Marathon bombings; success of the Boston One Fund; plans for next year’s race; businesses reopen along the Marathon route; compromise over sequester and FAA delays; and a hacked AP tweet tanks the stock market. Guests: Jim Gallagher, chief administrative officer, John Hancock ­Financial; Laura Trust and Alan ­Litchman, Finagle a Bagel co-owners 12:30 p.m. (NECN)

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