After several failed starts, new legislation would extend benefits for five more months retroactive to Dec. 28
The administration reportedly withheld a small portion of documents from the Senate as it was investigating the CIA
President Barack Obama intends to use his executive authority to expand overtime pay to millions of Americans who aren't getting it. Under federal law, businesses can deny overtime wages to any manager or supervisor who earns more than $455 a week. The president will raise that threshold to anywhere between $550 and $970. Major Garrett reports.
Polls show more intensity for Obamacare's opponents heading into midterms, but does that put extra pressure on Democratic candidates?
The president's approval rating has also dipped from last month, with a majority again disapproving of the job he's doing
Bob Schieffer on the landmark 1957 interview inside the Kremlin with the Soviet premier
AP: Agency refusing to run background checks for applicants for licenses in Washington state but running them in Colo. – how come?
After a successful special election race in Florida, Republicans say they're confident Obamacare will be a key issue this November
Taking another crack at rules for the schools meant to protect their students from building up crushing debt loads
President is under increasing pressure to curb deportations without waiting for Congress to pass sweeping immigration reform – but can he?
The legislation cleared Congress on Thursday after homeowners complained that an earlier flood insurance overhaul caused premiums to skyrocket
The former GOP senator from Massachusetts is readying a run in neighboring New Hampshire against Democratic Sen. Jeanne Shaheen
The secretary of state warns of “very serious” responses if Crimean independence referendum moves forward
An estimated 10 million people could benefit from rule change that would ensure more workers get overtime
If Francis accepts, this would be the first-ever papal address to Congress
At a town hall meeting, the N.J. governor was interrupted 6 times; many of the hecklers yelled at him about the George Washington Bridge scandal
The former secretary of state shares on Facebook a picture he took of himself decades ago
More than half of Americans don’t believe Christie was unaware of bridge lane closures and Clinton didn’t know about Benghazi security requests
Former Arkansas governor, a favorite among religious right, rebuts Republicans urging the party to downplay social conservatism
Claims made by Senate Intelligence Committee chair about agents searching panel's computer system prompt suggestion to get special investigator
Attorney general appearing before commission to announce support for proposal to lower penalties for certain drug crimes
After the Arizona governor announced she won't seek re-election, could running for another high-profile office be in her future?
Issa is thought to want to hold the former IRS official in contempt for her refusal to answer questions about the IRS targeting scandal; Dems argue he legally can't
President says it's not "appropriate" for the White House to comment yet on the allegations the Senate and the CIA have leveled against each other
Ukrainian Prime Minister Arseniy Yatsenyuk says Putin should "tear down this wall" of aggression
With efforts to renew benefits stalled in the Senate, Democrats make a longshot move to force action in the House
Brewer, a Republican, ended months of speculation about her future on Wednesday by ruling out another reelection bid
After some setbacks and several changes for the sweeping health care law, the administration recalibrates its expectations