Members of Congress from both parties are expressing their frustration with Julia Pierson after a series of security failures
Possibilities include Cabinet member, former White House counsel, several elected officials and an openly gay prosecutor who could make history
Why does the U.S. take the lead in world crises?
"That’s how we roll," says President Obama. "That’s what makes this America"
Says presidents can't pick and choose when to confront threats to our national security
Where are the voters who will decide the next election? In this new series, CBSNews.com Elections Director Anthony Salvanto digs out details in the data shaping our politics
CBS News Homeland Security Correspondent Bob Orr and CBS News Senior National Security Analyst Juan Zarate discuss the intelligence that's driving U.S. efforts to push back ISIS extremists in Iraq and Syria
Fixing the root of the problem could take years, former Customs and Border Patrol officials say
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
Omar Gonzalez, who was arrested Sept. 19 after making his way into the East Room of the White House, pleaded not guilty to three charges
Roberts, seeking his 4th term, wasn't originally expected to have a tough re-election
The federal court ruling increases the possibility the Supreme Court will eventually weigh in
The strikes in Iraq and Syria are costing up to $10 million a day
The former secretary of state helps out the vulnerable Sen. Jeanne Shaheen at a New York City fundraiser
It's the first meeting between the leaders since civilian casualties during the summer war in Gaza strained the U.S.-Israel relationship
John Dickerson: Can the president's party defend itself from the president's foreign policy blunders?
The New Jersey governor said his decision making process on whether he will run for president in 2016 is simple
Was the U.S. government's response to the outbreak in Africa too sluggish?
Politicians continue to cherry-pick information about Obamacare as they judge the new health care system's success so far
"You need, when you're the leader, to be accountable," says New Jersey governor to CBS' Gayle King
Frustration with the agency grows as the Secret Service was accused of misleading the public
Secret Service facing even more scrutiny after security contractor was found to violate the agency's protocol
The two have been forced to cancel several stump speeches in the high-stakes election year
The Colorado Democrat, facing a tough re-election fight, is accused underestimating the threat of ISIS
The former congressman and staunch libertarian says secession is part of the "grand American tradition"
Secret Service Director Julia Pierson explains to Congress what happened when a fence-jumper made it into the White House
The stage is set for the Supreme Court to take up another same-sex marriage case, but when will they act?
The state's Republican officials have been trying to cut the number of days for early voting
The pair campaigned for their party's candidates in the close gubernatorial race
The intruder was not stopped inside the North Portico doors, as the Secret Service said on the night of the security breach, CBS News has learned
Democrats have ceded a spot on the ballot with the aim of helping an independent win, but a court case could scramble that strategy
Wisconsin congressman says there were "a couple of colossal mistakes" in Obama's policy that led to ISIS emergence
John Dickerson: Once a GOP White Knight decides to run for president, the party turns on him; Romney knows that better than anyone