The Supreme Court prepares to hear arguments about whether marriage is a constitutional right
Rep. Elijah Cummings, talking about the death of a man in Baltimore PD custody, says "If we don't correct this now it will only get worse"
The president got in a few zingers at friends, foes and himself Saturday at the glitzy confab
Millennials' goals and choices may be much different than you think.CBS News elections director Anthony Salvanto and John Della Volpe of Harvard's Institute of Politics discuss what's shaping their views, and how they could reshape 2016.
CBS News poll surveyed Americans on marijuana legalization and whether they'd vote for a presidential candidate who has smoked pot
Rand-branded Ray-Bans at "the intersection of politics and cool" are now no more
Clinton began her campaign by denouncing the big money flowing into politics. That just got a lot harder for her to talk about.
This is the 16th time someone has tried to climb the White House fence in the last five years
Sometimes musicians and presidential candidates just don't jive
The former Maryland governor says it would be "an extreme poverty" if only one person runs for the Democratic nomination
The new China, in "Kailua blue," will be used for the Japan state dinner Tuesday
Sen. Rand Paul met with several dozen rabbis and Jewish community leaders in Brooklyn Monday
Sec. Kerry and Iran FM Zarif are meeting in NYC just as Congress weighs whether to give itself power to scuttle the deal
The former Maryland governor and potential presidential candidate's 87-year-old mother answers Maryland Senator Barbara Mikulski's phones. CBS News talked with both O'Malleys
After a months-long confirmation process, Lynch gets sworn in as the nation's top law enforcement official
The presidential candidate says that "there is a valuable use for drones"
Jeb Bush, a powerful fundraiser, thinks he can spend less than the 2012 candidates did
The former president criticized his successor for his handling of the Iran nuclear deal and ISIS
Ian Reisner, a New York City-based hotelier facing a boycott of his gay-friendly establishments, apologized in a Facebook post
The Senate weighs a bill allowing Congress to review and possibly reject nuclear Iran deal
Arkansas Gov. Asa Hutchinson says that there's "no evidence of a quid pro quo" in Clinton Foundation controversy
The charity said it is "acting quickly to remedy" their missteps, as Hillary Clinton's 2016 bid and a new book draws renewed attention
Opponents say the Supreme Court should not set public policy; supporters say a vote for would be affirmation of public opinion
U.S. government forbids hostage ransoms, but is reevaluating how it handles hostages and their families and whether to prosecute
Taking shots at political friends and foes, as well as himself, the commander-in-chief let the zingers fly
The president and Republican Party find a rare bipartisan moment over current overseas trade negotiations
Saturday's White House Correspondents dinner is bringing together actors with their real-life political counterparts
Federal customs agents found a package earlier this month containing the drug boung for the home of an aide to Sen. Thad Cochran
People are already lining up outside of the Supreme Court to listen to the arguments in Tuesday's historic case
The outgoing attorney general, a lightning rod for GOP attacks, offers a glowing review of his tenure as the nation's top lawyer
After holding an event with the 2016 candidate, two gay businessmen are becoming boycott targets