At a private fundraiser in East Hampton on Monday, Clinton said she’s not sure “which Donald Trump” will show up to debate
Views on judgment weigh on Trump even as doubts about Clinton remain
Khizr Khan's son died in 2004 when a car loaded with explosives blew up at his compound in Iraq
The billionaire investor said at a campaign rally in Omaha Monday that Trump is "afraid" of voters finding out what's in his tax returns
The GOP nominee said in a Sunday interview that Crimeans "would rather be with Russia" than with Ukraine
Bill Clinton recently announced that it would stop accepting these donations if Hillary Clinton is elected president
Huma Abedin was in the Hamptons with her son when the latest sexting report about Anthony Weiner came out, according to a close friend
Black pastor Mark Burns tweeted racially offensive imagery of Clinton, undercutting Trump's efforts to appeal to African-American voters
With 70 days left in the race between Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump, a look at what the polls said at this time during other presidential races
Facebook admits it needs to do more to detect "hoax and satirical stories"
The recently released romantic comedy takes viewers back to a hot summer day in 1989 when President Obama courted first lady Michelle Obama
Clinton's lead over Trump has narrowed since the last Monmouth University national poll earlier this month
A plane carrying the refugees has departed Jordan and will land in the U.S. on Monday afternoon
Weiner was just caught in another sexting scandal -- and this one included photo of his toddler son
The bureau sent out an alert earlier this month to state election officials about the attempted hacks, CBS News has confirmed
Both candidates released letters from their doctors last year describing them as both health
Trump's campaign manager Kellyanne Conway said on "Face the Nation" that he would speak directly to communities of color in coming weeks
The first presidential debate is scheduled for Sept. 26
We’re still seeing the repercussions of what was truly a first; two presidential candidates accusing each other of bigotry
In 2016, 25 states considered equal pay-related measures, but only four of them enacted measures into law
Announcement comes after the GOP presidential nominee has waffled on his immigration policy position for more than a week, specifically on his plan for dealing with undocumented immigrants
Steve Bannon, Trump's campaign CEO, is at the heart of the latest controversy surrounding the GOP nominee
Carson told CBS's "Face the Nation" that "We should have been into this a long time ago"
Rep. Jason Chaffetz of Utah spoke to CBS's "Face the Nation" on Sunday
Brazile serves as the interim chairwoman of the Democratic National Committee
Kellyanne Conway spoke to CBS's "Face the Nation" Sunday about Trump's position on how to deal with the roughly 11 million undocumented immigrants in the U.S.
"Bad people," he promised, will be gone "within one hour after I take office"
GOP nominee's latest appeal to African-American voters has Twitter users fuming
A federal judge ordered the State Department to release monthly batches of the former secretary's detailed daily schedules