Shocking indictment alleges Dennis Hastert tried to cover up "prior misconduct" with a person identified only as "Individual 'A"
Schieffer: "I'll miss being in the middle of things"
Clinton's husband and daughter will attend her first big event on June 13, and her team is dropping hints about her message
Two years ago, the New Jersey governor endorsed the controversial program, but now Christie is directing the state to consider new education standards
The State Department finished its 45-day review of the decision Friday, paving the way for closer ties between the U.S. and Cuba
A year ago the president delivered a speech intended to redirect his foreign policy
The senator is not stepping down because of the presidential bid he'll announce next week.
2016 presidential candidate criticizes Republican hawks on foreign policy, and the hawks fire right back
The former Pennsylvania senator entered the presidential race Wednesday
The former House Speaker was indicted after allegedly trying to conceal millions in "hush money" he paid over the last few years
The president urged the Senate to pass the USA Freedom Act to reform NSA spying program before it expires
The veteran news legend reflects on his 46-year career with CBS News and shares his inside perspective on politics
The street artist weighs in on whether the president lives up to the iconic image he produced during the 2008 elections
The two men, who each announced a presidential bid this week, are considered long-shots for the Republican nomination
Former President Bill Clinton agreed to appear at a gala benefiting the Happy Hearts Fund, after the charity agreed to give his foundation money
A House panel wants briefings from the two government agencies
The former Maryland governor will announce his plans for the 2016 presidential race on Saturday
Obama's special envoy for the coalition fighting ISIS reflected on the fall of Ramadi
After serving as Florida's governor, Bush served on the boards of or as an adviser to at least 15 companies and nonprofits
The Pentagon has admitted it mistakenly shipped live anthrax across the country and to South Korea
Days ahead of hurricane season, the president uses his new social media account to start a discussion on climate change... and LeBron
While in Florida, the president met with the relatives of the American journalist beheaded by ISIS last year
The "pointed anti-climb feature," as the USSS is designed to deter fence-jumpers
The former New York governor is the eighth Republican to officially enter the 2016 race
Hastert allegedly tried to hide bank withdrawals to avoid bank reporting requirements and lied to the FBI
The group is named "Generation Forward," and its leaders believe O'Malley will be more appealing to younger voters than Clinton
The South Carolina senator, who is announcing a presidential bid next week, has earned the rank of colonel in the reserves
A National Center for Education Statistics report shows more school-age children live in poverty and need English-language services
The defense secretary says U.S. military leaders are looking for ways to improve and speed up training for Iraqi forces
With so many GOP candidates vying for a spot on the debate stage, the stragglers have little choice: Wow them anyway you can.