Chaffetz:"A growing number...will not and cannot vote for Kevin McCarthy as the speaker on the floor"
The president said the response to mass shootings in the country has become too routine
The State Department released another batch of Clinton's emails earlier this week
In an interview for "60 Minutes," Trump explains to Scott Pelley why he didn't confront a man who said the U.S. has a problem with Muslims
CBS News/New York Times national poll on Republican presidential race
Putin has stepped up Russian support to prop up Syrian President Bashar al-Assad, while Obama would like to see him taken down
Democratic primary voters weigh in on whether they want to see a Biden 2016 candidate in the latest CBS News poll
CBS News/New York Times conducted a national poll on the Democratic presidential race, as well as Clinton's use of a private server and the character of the frontrunners
CBS News Poll: Sanders now leads by double digits in IA, NH; Clinton ahead in SC
Carson went to Ferguson a year after the protests over Michael Brown's death
The network will host debates for both the Democratic and Republican primaries in the coming months
2016 presidential candidate Donald Trump is breathing new life into an immigration debate
The 39th president of the United States, Nobel Peace Prize winner, humanitarian and former peanut farmer looks back on an incredible life at 90 years old
The president "hand created" two playlists - one for the daytime, one for the evening - on the music streaming service
GOP front-runner says if students and faculty at Oregon community college had been armed, “you would have been a hell of a lot better off.”
New polls in Iowa and New Hampshire show GOP rivals catching up to the billionaire businessman
The vice president's decision could come within the next seven to 10 days
The presidential candidate played a bartender who has a conversation with an actress playing Hillary Clinton
The GOP front-runner doesn't believe stricter firearm laws will lessen gun deaths because shooters will just "break the system"
The Democratic presidential candidate slammed Ben Carson, Ted Cruz by name during an event with the Human Rights Campaign
Wyoming Sen. John Barrasso blasts stricter environmental rules as "based on ideology, rather than practicality"
These are some of the noteworthy cases the Supreme Court will hear in its new term, beginning Monday
The justices are returning to the bench on Monday for the start of their new term
Utah Republican argued he could win more support than Majority Leader Kevin McCarthy among "our hardcore conservatives"
The House Oversight Committee chair is vying for the leadership position held by outgoing Speaker John Boehner
The president predicted that the course of action Russia and Iran are taking in Syria will get them stuck in a quagmire
The Ohio governor went after rival Jeb Bush at a campaign event Friday
He weighed in on the idea of gun legislation after Thursday's mass shooting in Oregon, and President Obama responded to Bush's remarks on guns
This week, the president signed short-term legislation to fund the government through early December
Outgoing Education Secretary Arne Duncan announced Friday he was stepping down
Director Joseph Clancy amended his account about when he heard Rep. Jason Chaffetz's rejection by the Secret Service years earlier
President Obama has commented on 11 domestic shootings during his tenure, according to logs kept by CBS News' Mark Knoller
Ten people were killed Thursday after a gunman opened fire at an Oregon community college in Roseburg, Oregon
Duncan is one of the last remaining original members of President Obama's cabinet
The long-shot candidate said that "disrespect" from the United States led the U.S.-Venezuelan relationship "off the rails"
Data on how many civilians police kill each year is widely considered to be incomplete, but Loretta Lynch said feds shouldn't require local agencies to report these incidents
The Kentucky Republican's campaign insists that it's "in for the long haul"
The House majority leader talked again about his remarks on the special committee investigating Benghazi and Hillary Clinton's poll numbers