Marijuana makes for some tricky politics out in the Rockies for Hickenlooper and Beauprez
Mark Knoller on the myth of White House transparency when it comes to presidential political travel costs
Bob Schieffer notes the latest sign of China's growing economy
Battleground Tracker: A new CBS News/New York Times analysis shows the GOP leads overall but a few states keep Democrats in contention
The first lady was joined by school children and chefs for an event marking the annual fall harvest of the White House kitchen garden
CBS News Homeland Security Correspondent Bob Orr and CBS News Senior National Security Analyst Juan Zarate discuss the intelligence that's driving U.S. efforts to push back ISIS extremists in Iraq and Syria
Fixing the root of the problem could take years, former Customs and Border Patrol officials say
Hours of previously-untranscribed recordings reveal the president's strategizing, ego, bigotry and political gossip-mongering
"CBS News: 50 Years Later, Civil Rights" panelists discuss with moderator Bob Schieffer the struggle for equal rights, the state of race in America, and the future of equality
John Dickerson: The next time a budget deal collapses, you can thank election year attacks for making politicians so risk-averse
The president emphasizes the successful treatment of Americans afflicted with the virus: "Seven Americans treated; all seven survived"
The two potential 2016 rivals were on the same side Friday to help Massachusetts Democrat Martha Coakley
A number of senators who are retiring, already retired, or not facing tough races are sitting on millions of dollars in campaign cash
Coakley, a Democrat running for governor, has fallen short in a closely-watched statewide contest before
The Republican senate candidate criticizes Obama's handling of the virus, but his opponent, Sen. Jeanne Shaheen, says Brown is "fear-mongering"
Where will Hispanic voters can really make a difference in 2014?
Kentucky senator and potential 2016 GOP presidential candidate outlines foreign policy vision
How the Secret Service described Hurricane and Jordan, the dogs that chased down the latest White House intruder
Ernst cancels interview with Iowa's largest newspaper and unveils a new ad calling to mind an earlier spot about castrating hogs
Asked if he voted for the president, Begich decided on candor after seeing another Democrat in a red state struggle with the question
Attorney general reacts to details from federal civil rights investigation into Michael Brown shooting appearing in media reports
Crunching the Numbers: It's become conventional wisdom to say "women voters" are key, but which particular groups of women are up for grabs?
The Center for Responsive Politics expects nearly $4 billion to be spent by candidates, parties, and outside groups by Election Day
Dominic Adesanya faces charges for attacking Secret Service dogs; it was the 2nd time this year he tried to breach the White House grounds
The former Arkansas governor and presidential candidate's recent trip to Iowa shows just how popular he still is in the state
Ads supporting Grimes will go up again
Elizabeth Warren's new answer to the question about whether she's interested in a presidential bid
John Dickerson: Can the Louisiana Democrat use the powers of incumbency to save herself one more time?
The top two leaders at the agency are stepping down
White House briefly on lockdown after man jumps North Lawn fence and is subdued by agents and guard dogs
After a meeting with his new Ebola "czar," the president provided an update on efforts to contain the virus at home and abroad
Longtime Alaskan congressman assigns blame for suicides and insults students during Tuesday appearance at Wasilla High School
John Dickerson: Ben Bradlee's relationship with John F. Kennedy shows about what's missing from today's Washington journalism