In a joint interview with CBS News' Major Garrett, the president and vice president reflect on the resilience of communities torn apart by violence
As data on Obamacare's impact trickles out, clear differences are emerging between states that embrace the law and those that didn't
President Obama hosted a meeting at the White House with faith leaders from around the country.
Secretary of Defense Chuck Hagel announces that the Obama administration has stepped up its aid to Ukraine as tensions with Russia continue.
Says the courage shown by Americans at times of trial is what defines us as a nation
Polls show more intensity for Obamacare's opponents heading into midterms, but does that put extra pressure on Democratic candidates?
Budget office examines costs and payoffs of a Senate Democratic bill gradually increasing the federal minimum wage to $10.10 hourly
"This thing is working," President Obama says of the health care law -- but Republicans aren't ready to lay down their arms
The much-anticipated tome from the potential 2016 presidential candidate will be released on June 10
A decade ago, the outgoing HHS secretary had a successful run as governor of Kansas, but her ties to Obamacare would make it hard for her to return to politics
Clinton and husband Marc Mezvinsky are expecting their first child later this year; Hillary Clinton says she's thrilled about "my most exciting title yet"
He conveyed skepticism about Russia's promises to deescalate the situation in Ukraine
President announces 8 million Americans signed up for private insurance through Obamacare
After nine years of juggling elections, wars, national tragedies and the president's schedule, the White House Deputy Chief of Staff for Operations is looking for some downtime
Vice President Joe Biden's eldest son will not seek re-election as Delaware attorney general this year and instead plans to run for governor in 2016
A statement from the president on an immigration bill was a partisan attack, the House majority leader says
After a spate of good news, Democrats think they may be able to offer a more robust defense of the health care law, but Republicans aren't stopping the attacks
Vice president also answers whether he'll throw his hat into next presidential election following joint appearance with Obama in Pennsylvania
Despite Obama’s bad selfie experience with Red Sox slugger David Ortiz, the VP and president posed to kick off Biden’s Instagram account
How the issue of immigration reform could divide – or define – the 2016 presidential race
Mass. senator wonders about sexism in encounter with W.H. staffer over her role with Consumer Financial Protection Bureau
President Barack Obama tells CBS News' Major Garrett that he'd like to see more specific, targeted job training programs
In an interview with CBS' Major Garrett, the president says Russia has continued to violate Ukraine's sovereignty by supporting militias in the eastern and southern parts of the country
Using existing Labor Department funds, the administration will seek out programs to better match workers and employers
The donation to the Republican Governors Association was made days before the release of a report clearing Christie in N.J. bridge scandal
Matt Rosendale, seeking the Republican nomination for Montana's sole House seat, vividly ties together small government, anti-spying messages
For $15,000, his formerly leased Caddy from his pre-vice president days could be yours
Major Garrett: The administration preps executive action on job training, but it won't be as sexy or controversial as the equal pay debate