The new White House communications director took aim at Chief of Staff Reince Priebus and others in an expletive-filled interview
A dramatic overnight vote dealt President Trump a major political setback on health care as Senate Republicans failed to pass their latest attempt to repeal Obamacare
General Joseph Dunford said, "There will be no modifications to the current policy" until the order goes through the proper channels
NHTSA says the number of complaints and injuries related to possible carbon monoxide leaks is much higher than previously thought
The White House has not said whether the president will sign the bill
Moon Jae-in says North Korean leader Kim Jong Un is "not a rational person," but he wants dialogue with the regime
We broadcasted live from inside the historic East Room for an inside look at President Trump's first 100 days in office
Chris Leamy, who has a side career as a musician, started playing with the homeless as a way to try out new songs
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An entire section of the "Fire Ball" ride crashed to the ground on Wednesday and similar rides at fairs across the country are now closed
The couple was reportedly celebrating their anniversary on the cruise
Amazon's quarterly earnings missed estimates, which sent shares lower and returned Bezos to second place
John Dickerson discusses communications director Anthony Scaramucci's calls for a federal investigation into an apparent leak of his financial disclosure forms
Smith and Librarian of Congress Carla Hayden join "CBS This Morning" to discuss their mission to make poetry more accessible
Hospitals in Chicago are recording a surge in the number of births and the babies are being called Chicago's "World Series Babies"
Angelina Jolie is opening up about her latest health struggles for the first time after a tumultuous year
The TSA's funny and educational posts are an effort to share what can and cannot be brought onto planes
The Justice Department announced this week that it will withhold grant money from sanctuary cities unless they give federal immigration authorities access to jails
Birkenstock pulled its products from Amazon earlier this year and in an email obtained by the Washington Post the CEO writes, "any authorized retailer who may do this for even a single pair will be closed FOREVER"
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