New Trump White House hire Scaramucci tweeted Saturday that the "politics of 'gotcha' are over."
Six Democrats and six Republicans sat down for a round table on a wide-ranging conversation on pressing issues in Congress
This comes a day after Speaker Paul Ryan announced that he is looking to modernize the dress code in the House, which was inspired by a viral CBS News story
McCain said on "Face the Nation" that Russia has not paid "a single price" for sophisticated attempts to change the outcome of the 2016 U.S. election
The estimate could change over the next few months
Senate GOP leaders are aiming for a floor vote later this week despite the fact that they don't have enough support
More Americans suspect it will hurt them, instead of helping them, new CBS News poll finds
Given what we know about the president, is there really any doubt that he'll eventually can the man investigating him?
Then-Russian envoy Sergey Kislyak told superiors at the Russian Foreign Ministry about his conversations with Sessions
Tweet came Sunday afternoon, though it's not clear what prompted it
SocialFlow analyzed millions of Facebook posts from hundreds of media outlets to discover the news events that Facebook users engaged with the most
"There's a lot we want to know," Rep. Adam Schiff said on "Face the Nation"
"Should have been bipartisan when Obamacare was passed. It should be now as well," Sen. John Barrasso said on "Face the Nation"
Sen. Susan Collins, R-Maine, says President Trump must let Robert Mueller "carry out the investigation and make his determination"
"If you're going to keep leaking, I'm going to fire everybody. It's just very binary," says the incoming White House communications director
The math of durability in Senator John McCain's life is extraordinary
Kislyak emerged as a central figure in investigations into possible collusion between the Trump campaign and Russia
The added funds will be going to 42 national parks in 29 different states
McCain thanked supporters for the well-wishes of her father's health as he undergoes treatment for a brain tumor
After stalling in the House, a bipartisan effort has been reached to vote on the Russia, Iran and North Korea Sanctions Act this week
Trump praised the military during a ceremony for the Navy's new largest ship
Trump said the president "has the complete power to pardon" while decrying leaks from his administration
The tweet appears to reference a 2015 story about intelligence on the ISIS leader's whereabouts
Republican Kelli Ward, who is this year running against Sen. Jeff Flake, said McCain "owes it to the people of Arizona to reisgn"
The previously unreported assets were added to updated financial disclosure reports certified by the U.S. Office of Government Ethics
Respect for the special counsel runs deep on Capitol Hill, especially among Republicans
Some provisions in the original GOP Senate health care bill - which is similar to the revised bill - violate the Byrd Rule, which means those elements will require 60 votes, rather than 51
In late June, Russian officials said they believed that Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi had been killed in an airstrike
The president and members of his administration have previously advocated using the prison at Guantanamo Bay to hold and prosecute terrorism suspects
Outgoing White House press secretary Sean Spicer is making his first public appearance since he said he's leaving his post in August, saying the president didn't want him to resign
The vice president and HHS Secretary hosted a dozen grassroots organizations Friday to rally the Republican base around repealing Obamacare