A government watchdog is set to explain to Congress why the botched implementation of the Obamacare website cost so much
A new CBS News/New York Times analysis shows the GOP with an advantage in a number of Senate races, though control could still tip either way
President Obama stopped by a barbecue restaurant in Kansas City, Missouri to dine with some Americans who sent him letters
Bob Schieffer on the events of a terrible summer, and the prognosis for barbarism
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
Hours of previously-untranscribed recordings reveal the president's strategizing, ego, bigotry and political gossip-mongering
"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
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
Fixing the root of the problem could take years, former Customs and Border Patrol officials say
The former IRS official at the heart of the tea party targeting scandal made disparaging remarks about Republicans, according to newly released emails
In response, Obama scolds Republicans, tells them to "stop just hatin' all the time"
Relationship between the two presidents has long fascinated scholars, political insiders and the general public
The bipartisan compromise bill to reform the scandal-plagued Veterans Affairs Department now heads to the Senate
Universities could soon be more accountable to rape victims under a bipartisan bill led by Sens. Claire McCaskill and Kirsten Gillibrand
But how much of the growth is due to the man sitting in the Oval Office?
The White House is reportedly weighing executive actions the president could take
Former secretary of state condemns militants causing unrest in Ukraine, talks U.S. relationship with Russia and conflict in Gaza
The bill would have prohibited companies from deducting expenses related to moving their operations to a foreign country
Bill to end bulk collection of phone metadata goes further than the bill passed in the House
While many competitive Senate races this year are in reliably conservative states, North Carolina, Colorado, and Iowa are exceptions
Are Congress' hands tied in their effort to get an independent prosecutor appointed?
A divided House committee voted to condemn the president for the swap of five Taliban leaders for Army Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl
Obama, expanding sanctions with a "bigger bite" against Russia, says the penalties are a direct reaction to its actions, not an escalation toward a new Cold War
The former Procter & Gamble executive will face serious challenges and high expectations as he tries to reform the embattled agency
The amount the House GOP is proposing falls far short of the $3.7 billion requested by President Obama
The president's chief nuclear negotiator gave no deadline for a deal with Iran to stop it from developing nuclear weapons
During their corruption trial, Maureen McDonnell's attorney says she was "duped" by the businessman who gave the McDonnell's gifts and cash
Bipartisan committee investigating the 2012 attack are meeting with family members of the four American victims
Group with novel approach to campaign finance reform says the Republican Senate candidate embraces special interest funding
Rep. Pete Gallego helped a three-year-old on a flight from Dallas to San Antonio
The House speaker offers a fiery response to a reporter's question about the uptick in impeachment chatter
John Dickerson: The Republican presidential hopefuls are full of ideas - but will any of these policy innovations survive, let alone save, the GOP?
New report makes the economic case for pursuing policies to curb climate change now