Rep. Trey Gwody says the former secretary of state permanently deleted all emails from her server
CBS News poll surveyed Americans on whether their views of Hillary Clinton have changed because of the use of her personal email address and server while secretary of state
A preview of what's ahead this Sunday on Face the Nation, including the latest on the Germanwings crash investigation, interviews with Sen. Richard Burr and Rep. Adam Shiff, and more.
The Texas senator's family is losing health insurance provided through his wife's job, and his options for replacement coverage are limited
Afghan President Ashraf Ghani's recent trip to the U.S. signals a change in foreign policy
Her candidacy seems inevitable, but the former secretary of state needs to show Democratic voters why she deserves their support
The next crop of presidential candidates is embracing every new social media tool. But is that really a good idea?
CBS News poll surveyed Americans on what has been achieved by the civil rights movement and the Voting Rights Act 50 years after Selma
Negotiators insist they have never been closer to closing a potentially historic deal, but a deadline is just days away
2016's first official presidential candidate embraces his outsider status in a visit to New Hampshire
The Republican Party isn't giving up on reversing Obama's Affordable Care Act
Woman in charge of ordering new generation of presidential wings gives inside look into Air Force's plan
In the wake of controversy over Clinton emails, secretary of state asks for review of email archiving policies
Conservative presidential candidate rakes in donations since launching his campaign on Monday
Rep. Trey Gowdy says the former secretary of state permanently deleted all emails from her server
"Clinton: The Musical" traces the ups and downs of the former president's time in office
Senate Minority Leader Harry Reid's fifth term due to run out at the end of 2016
The Senate minority leader announced his retirement Friday, but the race to replace him seemed to be over before it began
"We are HRC Super Volunteers, We are Legion, We do not allow sexism, We do not forgive words like 'polarizing' or 'calculating' Expect us"
Proposal aims to reduce the threat from drug-resistant germs that kill thousands each year
The Senate stays up late considering hundreds of amendments in an exercise that was mostly about scoring political points
Non-binding plan differs sharply from president's blueprint and would end Obamacare; needs to be reconciled with House-passed version
Policy changes come amid investigation into alleged DUI incident involving two senior Secret Service agents
CBS News poll on U.S. and Israel, Iran, and the fight against ISIS
Negotiators are racing to conclude a deal that would limit Iran's nuclear program by the end of the month
The former Congressman will serve the rest of his sentence either in a halfway house or under home confinement
Wisconsin governor (and likely 2016 GOP candidate) can't seem to make up his mind about a path to citizenship for undocumented immigrants
Republicans are using their new congressional majorities to push strikingly conservative budgets through the House and Senate
The Illinois congressman said he's leaving the House "with sadness and humility"
The bill's fate is now up to the Senate
The report also finds the agency resisted the investigation into sexual misconduct