CBS News' Major Garrett also reports that Trump met with Corey Lewandowski and David Bossie at the White House Sunday
Federal law stipulates how long someone can serve in an acting position before the president finds a permanent replacement
Mueller once again finds himself catapulted into the midst of historic events after appointed special counsel into Trump-Russia probe
The move does not preclude him from moving the embassy to Jerusalem in the future
"Trade is very important. But massive warfare with millions, potentially millions of people being killed? That, as we would say, trumps trade," the president said on "Face the Nation"
Franken says Jared Kushner's lack of disclosure of Russian communication was "very unusual"
President's son-in-law and senior adviser discussed setting up back-channel communications with between the Trump transition team and Russia
Trump renews critiques of Germany in newest Twitter rant Tuesday morning
Dubke, the latest White House staffer to leave, was the administration's Communications Director
Trump son-in-law and top aide met with head of sanctioned Russian bank during transition, New York Times reports
Kennedy credited the boating skills he learned on Victura with saving his life in World War II
Mueller gave some advice to students at his granddaughter's graduation amid his probe into any ties between Russia and the Trump campaign
Protesters gathered in the public gallery of the Texas House in response to new "anti-sanctuary cities" legislation, prompting threats from lawmakers
At Arlington National Cemetery, Trump stopped by the site's Section 60 to pay tribute to soldiers who died in Iraq and Afghanistan
McCain was asked in an interview about a report that Trump son-in-law Jared Kushner sought a back channel to Kremlin during transition
First Lady's $51,000 designer jacket part of a luxury apparel niche that's expected to grow 2% to 4% after several flat years
"Our gratitude to them is boundless and undying," Trump said of fallen U.S. military members in his first Memorial Day address as president
North Korea conducted its ninth missile launch overnight; Trump also responded to murders on Portland train
Democrats are looking toward military veterans as possible candidates in their fight to regain the Republican-controlled House
About half of the students on an 8th grade field trip to the Capitol reportedly opted out of a photo with Ryan
Bob Schieffer explores how the youthful scion of a prominent family mastered a new media and rode it into the White House
The 35th president was sworn into office on January 20, 1961 - here's the speech he gave
The 35th president would be 100 years old today, were he still alive -- here's a look back at one of his first appearances on CBS News
Defense Secretary James Mattis said that the question is not whether the U.S. is with NATO, but instead how the U.S. and NATO can work together
Wherever there is chaos, wherever there are challenges, there is Iran, the defense secretary said on "Face the Nation"
Newly appointed special counsel Robert Mueller has a lot of power to investigate and prosecute White House officials -- but it's not limitless
The French president told a French newspaper that his handshake with Trump had meaning
Despite a spate of Republican successes, progressives are winning the battle of ideas -- particularly when it comes to economic issues
Rep. Adam Schiff urged a review of Kushner's security clearance "to find out whether he was truthful"