The agency has been plagued by scandal, including a recent report that revealed agents had "sex parties" with prostitutes in Colombia
Do Republicans really think governors make better presidents?
This is the 16th time someone has tried to climb the White House fence in the last five years
The 2016 presidential candidate sat down with "Face the Nation" in New Hampshire to talk traditional marriage, Jeb Bush, immigration and more
The former Maryland governor says it would be "an extreme poverty" if only one person runs for the Democratic nomination
Sometimes musicians and presidential candidates just don't jive
The Indiana governor says Indiana's new religious freedom law is just like ones supported by two prominent Democrats
If Ted Cruz requested hearings about concealed weapons on military bases, John McCain says he hasn't heard, unless Cruz used some weird means of communicating with him
Agreement could clear the way for a vote on Obama's attorney general nominee, Loretta Lynch
Public opinion is almost evenly split between favorable and unfavorable views of the law
The former Florida governor's super PAC, which can raise unlimited amounts of cash, would take over duties typically associated with a formal campaign
At small events, the second-time presidential candidate quietly reintroduces herself to Granite State voters
Several Republicans have already journeyed abroad this year in the hopes of boosting their foreign policy prowess
Democratic candidate says that substance abuse can't be swept "under the rug"
Gov. John Kasich takes a step towards an official presidential campaign
Obama welcomes 2014 champs, Ohio State Buckeyes, to the White House, jokes about his role in pushing college football playoffs
As potential 2016 rivals steal his thunder on the national stage, the New Jersey governor's popularity is fading back home
The campaign plans to start off with smaller fundraisers and lower demands on donors
The Bipartisan Policy Center reviews the first three months of legislative activity
CBS News poll surveyed Americans on marijuana legalization and whether they'd vote for a presidential candidate who has smoked pot
During her 2016 campaign, can Clinton reintroduce herself to voters after years of making headlines?
Secret Service says latest breach of perimeter at president's residence dealt with "immediately"
On the fifth anniversary of BP's Gulf oil spill, progressive group Americans United for Change launches an anti-oil campaign
Tennessee Sen. Bob Corker expects a quick end to the political stonewalling over the attorney general nominee
The West Virginia Democrat said on "Face the Nation" Sunday he will not run for West Virginia governor in 2016
The crowded Republican presidential field unites to attack a common enemy
The Republican presidential candidate tells Univision that Obama's deportation deferral program for children is an "important" policy