The 2012 Republican presidential ticket-mates talk Obama's foreign policy failures, unrest in Ferguson, Missouri, and 2016
In the video you can see his hair turning gray, from when he assumed the presidency in 2009
The execution of American journalist James Foley personalizes the fight against ISIS for the U.S., experts say
Ruth Marcus, Michael Gerson, Peter Baker, and Gerald Seib discuss the indictment of the Texas governor for abuse of power and whether it will hurt his potential 2016 presidential bid
A siege by Islamist militants of the Yazidi community on Mount Sinjar has been broken, but the violence in Iraq continues displacing thousands of refugees
A new CBS News/New York Times analysis shows the GOP with an advantage in a number of Senate races, though control could still tip either way
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
List starts with George Washington and continues from there; why do presidents do it -- and should they if events demand their attention?
The Texas governor is moving full steam ahead with his potential presidential campaign in spite of his indictment
Former governor says he couldn't have been engaged in conspiracy to accept illegal gifts because he and his wife were barely speaking
GAO says Pentagon failed to notify congressional committees before trading 5 Taliban leaders for POW; also spent nearly $1M without authorization
Americans weigh in on the protests and the police response following the shooting of Michael Brown, in a new CBS News/New York Times poll
Defense secretary denies intelligence failure doomed mission to rescue James Foley and other hostages, but warns ISIS "is beyond just a terrorist group"
The Texas governor suggested that "they may have already used" the U.S.-Mexico border to sneak into the U.S.
Giffords, a former congresswoman and gun violence survivor, joined her husband Mark Kelly to challenge the National Rifle Association official
Attorney general commends the people of Ferguson, says trip had a significant personal impact on him
Former Virginia Gov. Bob McDonnell's rocky relationship with the former first lady is a key part of their defense at their public corruption trial
A judge ruled Wednesday that the Department of Justice must provide Congress with previously-withheld documents related to the gunwalking scandal
The Republican chairman of the House Budget Committee called last year's shutdown a "suicide mission" for the GOP
Members of Congress decried Foley's death but they didn't express any new views on military intervention against Islamic State extremists
CBS News/New York Times poll shows race, partisanship playing roles in reactions
McDonnell began his highly-anticipated testimony by focusing, as much of the trial has, on his wife Maureen
The Texas governor was booked Tuesday on two counts of abuse of power
A visibly upset president broke from his vacation to denounce ISIS's ideology as having "no value to human beings"
No, the Boss didn't ask me to stop using his music at my rallies, N.J. governor and Springsteen super-fan tells woman
A new poll finds a majority doesn't support the nationwide reading and math standards backed by the Obama administration
The National Rifle Association hopes to turn the former NYC mayor's anti-gun push into an issue in the upcoming midterm elections
George W. Bush is the latest high-profile person to dump cold water over his head to benefit ALS research
Former state Attorney General Dan Sullivan wins contest; will take on Sen. Mark Begich in key race in fall
The investment of Justice Department resources and the attorney general's personal time in Ferguson shows how seriously Holder is taking the case