Ron Klain faces a mountain of criticism from Republicans about his new job
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
Six states and Washington, D.C. open the doors to voters on Monday
John Dickerson: Will competitive Senate contests in Kansas and South Dakota lead to more late-breaking races in future elections?
The former White House intern infamous for her affair with Bill Clinton sends her first tweet
The president said he loves voting, but will he say who got his vote?
A rally for Illinois' governor was only the president's second public campaign event for the midterms
The president stumped for Maryland Lt. Gov. Anthony Brown, who has a surprisingly narrow lead in his gubernatorial race
New Hampshire Republican Senate candidate suggests Romney, the 2012 GOP presidential nominee, would have the virus under control
Republicans say Obama should have appointed someone with experience in medicine and emergency response
GOP Rep. Marsha Blackburn says a military or medical professional would have been a better choice
Dr. Anthony Fauci said the possibility of exposure to health care workers is higher with procedures performed in the U.S.
President says three U.S. cases do not constitute an "outbreak," warns that "hysteria," "fear" will inhibit containment efforts
Justice Department, civil rights groups filed emergency request to prohibit Texas from requiring voters to have certain forms of ID
What caused the president's awkward moment during a dinner date with the first lady in New York City -- and who picked up the check
It was a significant jump from the New Jersey governor's 2012 income
The governor is forging ahead with plans to partially repeal the state's ban on sports wagering, but legal challenges could stall the rollout
So-called "czars" have long been part of the White House staff, but they've come under more scrutiny during the Obama administration
An inspector general says State Department officials contributed to the "appearance and undue influence and favoritism"
The president pushes the U.S. to do more to halt the "infuriating" exposure of personal financial data to hackers
Cuts in public health budgets have hampered efforts to fight Ebola, and each party says the other is to blame
Klain previously served as chief of staff for Vice President Joe Biden and for Vice President Al Gore
If the Wisconsin governor can win a second term, he'll serve as a model for the rest of the GOP
Major Garrett: The president is struggling with the politics and policy of an Ebola travel ban
Hunter Biden was given an administrative discharge in February and said he was "embarrassed" by his actions
While meeting with federal health officials the president also said a travel ban from nations afflicted with the virus may not be very effective