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This photo combo shows CBS' "Face the Nation" host Bob Schieffer, left, and NBC's "Meet the Press" host David Gregory. CBS' Sunday morning public affairs television show "Face the Nation" has clearly gotten under the skin of its rivals at NBC's "Meet the Press." NBC accuses CBS of some trickery in the Nielsen ratings and in scheduling designed to make its show seem more popular than it actually is. CBS detects the aroma of sour grapes. The incident is a vivid illustration of a newly competitive era on Sundays. (AP Photo/Ron Edmonds, Evan Agostini)

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This photo combo shows CBS' "Face the Nation" host Bob Schieffer, left, and NBC's "Meet the Press" host David Gregory. CBS' Sunday morning public affairs television show "Face the Nation" has clearly gotten under the skin of its rivals at NBC's "Meet the Press." NBC accuses CBS of some trickery in the Nielsen ratings and in scheduling designed to make its show seem more popular than it actually is. CBS detects the aroma of sour grapes. The incident is a vivid illustration of a newly competitive era on Sundays. (AP Photo/Ron Edmonds, Evan Agostini)
This photo combo shows CBS' "Face the Nation" host Bob Schieffer, left, and NBC's "Meet the Press" host David Gregory. CBS' Sunday morning public affairs television show "Face the Nation" has clearly gotten under the skin of its rivals at NBC's "Meet the Press." NBC accuses CBS of some trickery in the Nielsen ratings and in scheduling designed to make its show seem more popular than it actually is. CBS detects the aroma of sour grapes. The incident is a vivid illustration of a newly competitive era on Sundays. (AP Photo/Ron Edmonds, Evan Agostini)
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