Anthony Scaramucci made a number of appearances on Sunday morning TV programs threatening to take drastic action to stop leaks to the press and fielded questions about Jared Kushner
John Dickerson, CBS News chief Washington correspondent and anchor of "Face the Nation," weighs in
He only did it at my place in upstate New York, after the kids were in bed, but the fact was, he could not stop pulling the things
Douglas Edwards was tapped to anchor the first nightly network TV newscast, in 1948 -- put together, he would later say, "with spit, bailing wire and high spirits"
"There's no senior citizen discount on effort," said Maxine Shepatin
"John McCain is an American hero & one of the bravest fighters I've ever known. Cancer doesn't know what it's up against. Give it hell, John."
On Sen. John McCain's cancer diagnosis
Former President Obama
Vito Randazzo has been suffering from severe depression for 18 years, and after nothing else worked, he turned to deep brain stimulation for help
Anthony Scaramucci threatens "drastic action" to stop leaks to press; Humpback whales make a comeback in New York City
They were victims of a human trafficking tragedy
EMW Women's Surgical Center in downtown Louisville has become the center of the abortion debate in the U.S.
Firefighters pulled water lines into backyards and launched an aerial assault to protect homes from fast-moving flames in Highland, Calif.
The U.S. military is investigating an airstrike that accidentally killed at least a dozen Afghan police Friday in Helmand Province
There's a unique Italian restaurant in the rolling hills of Tuscany. It's located inside a prison -- and meals are served by those who are serving time
Despite whales being on the endangered species list just a year ago, the recent sightings are showing hope that the nation is making progress with cleaner water
The tweetstorm came a day after the White House communications team went through a major overhaul
CBS News chief Washington correspondent and anchor of "Face The Nation" John Dickerson weighs in on President Trump's hire of Anthony Scaramucci and what it means for the rest of the West Wing
In one of President Trump's tweets, he complained about a Washington Post report about Attorney General Jeff Sessions and his pre-election conversations with the Russian ambassador to the U.S.
In Minneapolis, fallout continues from the fatal police shooting last week of an Australian woman who called 911 for help
Officials in Hawaii are launching a campaign to help residents plan for a possible nuclear attack from North Korea