GOP lawmakers are relying on a 1996 law that allows them to nullify rules issued by federal agencies toward the end of the Obama administration
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
“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"
North Carolina Senate approves measure repealing contentious law governing transgender bathroom use
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
Top U.S. diplomat in Turkey, where officials had -- briefly-- high hopes Trump admin. would change America's stance on 2 other contentious issues
Standing with intel panel’s top Democrat, committee’s Republican chairman vows to go “wherever the intelligence leads”
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U.S. District Judge Derrick Watson extended his order while the state's lawsuit works its way through the courts
Meanwhile, Calif. attorney general filed an amicus brief on behalf of San Francisco against President Trump
Hundreds of thousands of people have signed a Change.org petition demanding first lady Melania Trump either move to the White House or pay for extra security herself
The new CBS News poll also surveyed Trump's handling of the health care bill, as well as reaction to the investigation into possible links between Trump associates and Russia
Speaker Paul Ryan also discussed health care, Trump and more in a sit-down with Norah O'Donnell, airing Thursday on "CBS This Morning"
Trump's elder daughter already had a West Wing office
The N.J. governor, tapped to lead a task force on combating addiction, has long been focused on substance abuse problems, as he told Face the Nation in 2015
State Department employee Candace Marie Claiborne is charged with obstructing an official proceeding and making false statements