At a closed-door briefing Friday for all House members, Democrats assailed FBI Director James Comey for actions some said cost Hillary Clinton the election
The Obama family spent eight years in the White House. How do they feel about leaving? Obama says his daughters are “ready to go” and Michelle never fully took to the scrutiny
With Inauguration Day quickly approaching, here's a look at the latest in the presidential transition news
“To know Joe Biden is to know love without pretense," Mr. Obama said of Biden at the surprise ceremony Thursday
House speaker says Congress won't approve them; adds that GOP lawmakers are working with Trump team on handling of "DACA"s -- people brought to U.S. illegally as kids
...And the source added, “We aren’t doing anything about it,” CBS News’ Jeff Pegues reports
Stephen Colbert is challenging President Obama and Vice- President Biden to a game of basketball
A "Face the Nation" panel of experts look at the current "hinge moment in history" facing America in an era of "destabilizing change"
President-elect fires back after Brennan publicly lectured him about his stands on Russia
Gov't maintains relatively muted line on Trump's suggestion Taiwan stance could change, but state-controlled press pulls no punches
The comments, to The Times of London, come less than a month after the Obama administration imposed new sanctions on Russia
Latest global annual survey of public opinion shows media especially distrusted, but government and business rate poorly, too
Speaking with "60 Minutes" for the final network interview of his presidency, Mr. Obama looks back at eight years in the White House
The president discusses his successor, President-elect Donald Trump, and the challenges he'll face in the White House
Vice President-elect Mike Pence said "no decision" has been made about whether to evict the press corps from its spot in the executive mansion
One congressman called the president-elect an "immature, undignified reality star with questionable friends and a Twitter addiction"
Once he's inaugurated he'll have more responsibilities than just "talking and tweeting," CIA Director John Brennan said
After Mr. Trump's sustained criticism of intelligence agencies, Gingrich said he should work to "thoroughly overhaul the entire community"
West Virginia Sen. Joe Manchin said the rhetoric on both sides of the disagreement is "non-productive"
There was absolutely no contact between the Trump campaign team and Russian officials during the election, Pence said on "Face the Nation"
Rep. Lewis' comments about skipping inauguration because of the non-legitimacy of Trump's presidency were "deeply disappointing," VP-elect told "Face the Nation"
Columnist and speechwriter discusses the weight of history on presidential speeches
Sean Spicer, Trump's incoming White House press secretary, called report of alleged planned meeting with Russian leader "100% false"
The First Ladies Collection at the Smithsonian's National Museum of American History celebrates White House fashion
Washington Post fashion critic Robin Givhan on the outgoing, trendsetting first lady
As he departs the Pentagon, the first openly-gay Secretary of the Army talks about leading the military branch following the end of “Don’t ask, don’t tell”
Chief Official White House Photographer Pete Souza on the moments capturing Barack Obama as both a president and a man
How will history judge the symbolism and legacy of our nation's first African-American president?
The Ohio governor, the only 2016 hopeful not to eventually endorse Donald Trump, is reemerging on the national stage again but faces fallout from his opposition
Trump will be sworn in as president on Friday, Jan. 20
Despite several musicians’ contentious responses to inauguration invites, a wide selection of popular guests will perform