The Senate Intelligence Committee is holding its first hearing on Russian interference in the 2016 presidential election, in which Sen. Marco Rubio revealed hacking attempts on his former campaign staff
The House votes Friday on the American Healthcare Act -- here's CBS News' latest count of "no" votes so far. Republican leaders can afford to lose 22 votes
The former president and first lady signed with Penguin Random House, the publisher announced Tuesday
The president has been saying that his administration has accomplished so much already, but his claims are exaggerated
The Trump administration is appealing the ruling by a federal judge in Hawaii, moving the case closer to the Supreme Court
Senate Intelligence Committee began hearings on Russian meddling in the U.S. election by an army of hackers
President Trump went after specific House members in a series of tweets Thursday afternoon
CBS News surveyed Americans on whether or not Gorsuch should be confirmed to replace the late Justice Antonin Scalia on the Court
At hearing on Russian meddling, the Florida senator said targeting of his Senate campaign staff started last July and happened again Wednesday morning
White House press secretary Sean Spicer refuses to confirm or deny the report at daily press conference
Republican-led Congress is reversing an Obama administration rule denying federal family planning funds to organizations like Planned Parenthood
The sale of the F-16s would not be attached to any human rights provisions, a change of course from Obama administration policy
Both the House speaker and Democratic leader see little hope for bipartisan cooperation on the fractious issue, but what about the rest of the agenda?
It's not immediately clear who will replace Katie Walsh, who had been serving as deputy chief of staff
O'Rourke will make the big announcement in El Paso on Friday, according to a report from The Houston Chronicle
“Why can’t we all just get along?” Democratic Rep. Don Beyer asked, and then answered his own question: “It’s because the stakes are so large”
America's debt-to-GDP ratio could nearly double in the next 30 years, posing "substantial risks," a new report warns
Russia had capacity to use bots to disseminate fake news in key states during election, and is still using fake accounts to push fake news, experts indicated in a Senate Intelligence Committee hearing
Max Temkin threatens to "buy the browser history of every congressman and congressional aide and publish it"
Early Thursday morning, the president had threatened war on the House Freedom Caucus if they "don't get on the team"
Democratic Gov. Roy Cooper signs bill repealing and replacing parts of controversial law
The president compared the House Freedom Caucus with Democrats in a Thursday morning tweet
Russian leader says he's happy to meet Trump soon, laments current tone in D.C.; "Do we want to completely cut relations?"
Paul Ryan says that working with Democrats to change Obamacare is "hardly a conservative thing"
The House speaker insists Congress won't let the government shut down at the end of April
The president made the comment during a women's empowerment event
Secretary Ryan Zinke said build the wall "is complex in some areas" including Big Bend National Park and along the Rio Grande river
In interview with "CBS This Morning" co-host Norah O'Donnell, House speaker discusses controversy surrounding House Intel chairman and "Plan B" after health care bill failure