The former CIA director had been under consideration for the open national security adviser post
Some officials fear the cuts, targeting the deputy and counselor offices, could be a politically-minded purge
The president-elect talked about Russian election interference, his plans for his vast web of business interests once he takes office and more
The president's job approval rating has fallen by 5 percentage points since his inauguration
Obama's longtime chief White House photographer has his own way of trolling Trump -- using his pictures as their own kind of critique of the new president
Colorado-based federal appeals court judge, considered a solid conservative, would fill the late Antonin Scalia's seat
Then-Secretary of State John Kerry proposed regional recognition of Israel as a Jewish state alongside a renewal of peace talks, two former officials told AP
The president was angry that Mike Pompeo had not pushed back hard enough against the media reports
This is the February 19, 2017 transcript for Face the Nation. Guests included Reince Priebus, Lindsey Graham, Devin Nunes, Elijah Cummings, Tom Donilon, Michael Morell, Bob Woodward and Jeffrey Goldberg.
Tom Donilon and Mike Morell stressed how important it is that the position is filled quickly
A member of the National Security Council had given a private speech criticizing President Trump's policies
“I’ve got to work with him on the things that I can,” Cummings told "Face the Nation"
Defense Secretary Jim Mattis speaks out after Trump's condemnation that the "fake news media" is "the enemy of the American people"
Lindsey Graham speaks out after Pence tells gathering of foreign leaders and security experts that the U.S. "strongly supports" NATO and will "hold Russia accountable"
Cautious secretary of state is proving to be everything his extroverted Oval Office boss is not
Gun rights supporters and state GOP lawmakers are fighting huge gun permit fee increases proposed by Gov. Dannel P. Malloy
During a rally in Florida, Trump said "look what's happening last night in Sweden" as he alluded to past terror attacks in Europe
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Reince Priebus pushes back against "Face the Nation" host John Dickerson in contentious interview
White House chief of staff weighs in on controversy surrounding former National Security Adviser Michael Flynn
Instead of attacking Hillary Clinton, the president cast the press and judges as enemies
On Sunday, DOD issued statement saying Mattis spoke with Bilden, who "remains fully committed" to serving as Navy secretary
But the Arizona Republican was careful not to use President Trump's name
At the Munich Security Conference, he also told European allies that the U.S. “strongly supports” NATO.
Trump leaves problems in Washington behind for holiday weekend amid efforts to stop damaging leaks to press
Despite misleading vice president, sources tell CBS News there is not enough evidence against Michael Flynn
The survey published just days before the president went on a tirade against the press during a lengthy news conference
As Oklahoma attorney general, Pruitt had repeatedly sued to rein in the EPA's reach during the Obama administration
White House's Sean Spicer insists there is "no effort to utilize the National Guard to round up immigrants"