With D.C. lawmakers still figuring out how to respond to the influx of unaccompanied children, governors wonder about the burden on their states
The civil rights movement started with race; where does it stand in the 21st century?
The president has attended 398 fundraisers since taking office -- and this month's world and domestic issues haven't slowed him down
With international crises boiling, the president's West Coast fundraising trip will go forward - but without a trip to late-night TV
The "Great Communicator" had a secret comedic weapon: Stacks of 3x5 note cards filled with ready quips and zingers
CBS News Homeland Security Correspondent Bob Orr and CBS News Senior National Security Analyst Juan Zarate discuss why it’s critical for the United States to take actions against Russia's enabling of separatists in eastern Ukraine – and soon
Asks that people refrain from the urge to snap pix of themselves while within arms-reach of presidents, celebs, or speeding bicyclists
Fixing the root of the problem could take years, former Customs and Border Patrol officials say
Breaking down the vote in the big Mississippi GOP primary runoff that saw tough challenge from tea partier Chris McDaniel
Amid the U.S-Mexico border crisis, the presidents of El Salvador, Honduras and Guatemala meet with Obama and other leaders this week in Washington
Democrats have mostly greeted the impeachment talk with a "bring it on" attitude, but a top White House aide says the threat is very real
"CBS News: 50 Years Later, Civil Rights" panelists discuss with moderator Bob Schieffer the struggle for equal rights, the state of race in America, and the future of equality
Walsh, a Montana Democrat, is accused of borrowing large passages of a grad school paper for the U.S. Army War College without citing his sources
Federal investigators and Cuomo's political opponents reportedly want to get to the bottom of why the governor's office interfered with corruption investigations
Despite Democratic objections, House Republicans cleared the way for a vote on a bill authorizing Speaker John Boehner to sue the president
The meeting comes as Congress struggles to resolve differences over the cost and scope of a bill to stem the tide of undocumented kids at the border
John Dickerson: Is it wise for Republicans to attack Democrats for their wealth and business experience?
The tactic is viewed as one way to slow the flow of unaccompanied children crossing the southern border
Even though the ban has been lifted, the Texas Republican won't allow nominees to be confirmed until the administration answers questions about the FAA's decision
The Wisconsin Republican's plan would streamline federal welfare programs into a direct cash flow to states to give them more flexibility
Democrats charged Republicans were engaging in a political stunt after congressional talks broke down
After spending $300 million on a computer system to handle disability claims, the Social Security Administration can't get it to work
Host Bob Schieffer invites viewers to participate in a live civil rights symposium on CBSNews.com and the Smithsonian Channel July 24
In the midst of a fundraising trip, the president aims to motivate Democratic voters ahead of the midterms
At Urban League conference, the VP denounces Republican-backed ID laws while the GOP chairman pushes a message of inclusion
The pro-gun, anti-abortion rights W.Va. senator is being urged to run for president; would primary voters be interested?
The Montana senator, accused of borrowing large passages in a grad school paper without attribution, says it was a mistake caused, in part, by PTSD
The Obama administration is calling on more investment firms to commit to fund rural infrastructure projects across the country
The House speaker interrupted votes to laud the doctor who helped Rep. Jaime Herrera Beutler's daughter survive a rare fetal condition
The State Department called the Texas Republican senator's suggestion "ridiculous and offensive"
Walsh, a Democrat, allegedly lifted passages for a graduate school paper; revelation could endanger his reelection bid and Democrats' Senate majority
Veterans groups and organizations for the disabled joined Dole in stepping up the pressure for a Senate vote
Officials and lawmakers are butting heads over the American response to Iraq's Sunni insurgency, and even Democrats are questioning Obama