Republican senators need 51 votes to proceed on health care legislation
Six Democrats and six Republicans sat down for a round table on a wide-ranging conversation on pressing issues in Congress
This comes a day after Speaker Paul Ryan announced that he is looking to modernize the dress code in the House, which was inspired by a viral CBS News story
McCain said on "Face the Nation" that Russia has not paid "a single price" for sophisticated attempts to change the outcome of the 2016 U.S. election
The estimate could change over the next few months
Senate GOP leaders are aiming for a floor vote later this week despite the fact that they don't have enough support
More Americans suspect it will hurt them, instead of helping them, new CBS News poll finds
Scaramucci mentioned White House chief of staff Reince Priebus in his tweet
Ohio's John Kasich and Nevada's Brian Sandoval among group of governors urging Senate to reject proposal
The bill, as written now, targets any company that contributes to the maintenance or construction of Russia's energy export pipelines
Trump administration authorized sanctions against 13 current and former officials of the Venezuelan government
The investigations have "been in the works for some time," according to an official familiar with the matter
President Trump's former press secretary, Sean Spicer, has reportedly been contacted by ABC 's "Dancing with the Stars"
Trump also could be eyeing a new position for top economic adviser Gary Cohn
Amid rumors that he might quit his job before the end of the year, secretary of State says he'll serve "as long as the president lets me"
New survey data show only about a third of Americans believe the president is doing a good job
White House spokeswoman Sarah Huckabee Sanders doesn't have many answers on the details or timeline for the president's latest major policy announcement
Republicans needed a simple majority, 51 votes, rather than a supermajority to pass it because they were using the budget reconciliation process
Rep. Mo Brooks, an Alabama Republican who is running for the seat Sessions vacated in January, offers to drop out if opponents do the same
The president cites "tremendous" costs as a reason to ban transgender service members -- here's what the Defense Department found
Imran Awan, a former staffer on Capitol Hill, was trying to leave the country on Monday when he was picked up by law enforcement at Dulles National Airport
President responds to question about transgender military ban by calling the journalist "very rude"
Donald Trump Jr. and former Trump campaign manager Paul Manafort were expected to testify
Foxconn is the world's largest electronics manufacturer and has been criticized for poor work conditions in China
The House majority whip was shot in June during a GOP congressional baseball practice
Reaction was swift in response to Trump's reversal on a revised Obama-era military policy
Instead, he was speaking to two Russian pranksters who have also targeted other U.S. officials in the past
Trump ban reverses Obama's 2016 repeal of the U.S. ban on transgender military service
Rep. Trey Gowdy says Trumps public admonishments of the attorney general don't help the justice system
"Yes, I think — I think he's crazy," Senator Jack Reed said. "I mean, I don't say that lightly and as a kind of a goofy guy"
Sanctions pushing U.S.-Russia relations "into uncharted territory both in political and diplomatic sense," says Russian official