The GOP report comes one day after Democrats released their own report about the 2012 attacks in Benghazi
Clinton holds onto slight lead in Florida, Colorado, Wisconsin, and North Carolina
The son of Muslim immigrants defends Muslims -- his family and friends -- against Trump's "hate speech" in a New York Times opinion piece
The first-term senator, facing a tough re-election battle, is pitching his willingness to work with Democrats on the Supreme Court and abortion
No GOP senate candidate will be on the ballot in November in the Harris-Sanchez Senate race - this is California's highest-profile nonpartisan primary yet
Email between Clinton and staffer Huma Abedin discussed security problems with her private email server
Donald Trump praises the results of the EU referendum while touring his golf courses in Scotland
Chelsea Clinton gave birth to first child Charlotte in September 2014
Clinton and Trump have little in common politically, but they do have one pitch in common
More than a dozen states are using voting machines that are 15 or more years old in this year's election cycle
Kerry says ISIS and other terror groups "know we have to get it right 24/7/365. They have to get it right for ten minutes or one hour"
Presumptive GOP nominee despairs that Christian Syrians have a hard time coming to America
Both candidates expressed condolences for those affected and addressed the threat of terorrism
Zeroing in on the pessimistic points of Trump's speech at aluminum factory in Pittsburgh
The Republican National Convention's stage has been unveiled
In this "Face the Nation" Web Extra, Sen. Marco Rubio, R-Florida, talks about endorsing GOP presumptive presidential candidate Donald Trump and his Senate reelection bid.
What Trump would do to return jobs to Americans after globalization "has wiped out totally, totally our middle class"
The presumptive Democratic nominee said in Denver Tuesday that the House Benghazi Committee has taken on a "partisan tinge"
ISIS morale is down--"it's slashing pay, cannot provide services, and is facing internal resistance," says counter-ISIL Special Envoy Brett McGurk
The GOP-drafted measure lacked 60 votes in Tuesday's vote to advance the funding forward
State Department now has access to emails from Clinton's server about how records were organized
She said it was code for "Hey, I can turn the clock back?" Clinton also talked about Brexit and her campaign
The president referred to Brexit as "a pause button" that's been "pressed on the project of full European integration"
The presumptive GOP nominee first called for a "total and complete shutdown" of Muslims entering the U.S. in December
While presumptive GOP nominee struggles to unify the right, left-leaning groups are already organizing for victory
Jason Miller, who joined the presumptive GOP candidate's team this week, will be Trump's senior communications adviser
McConnell said he'll leave that question up to voters across the country
A closer look at some of Elizabeth Warren's statements at her first joint campaign appearance with Hillary Clinton
A CBS News producer explains what it's like to be in the room when the final decisions of the season are handed down
Virginia law requires party delegates to vote at the convention for the candidate that gets the most votes in the primary, but Beau Correll says that violates his First Amendment rights
It's the annual Supreme Court Sprint--even with the rise of the internet, the decisions are printed and sprinted from press room to on-air reporters
The presumptive GOP nominee suggested again Monday that Warren faked her Native American heritage
In this "Face the Nation" Web Extra, Sen. Marco Rubio describes the balance in creating effective gun control measures to prevent future mass shootings.
A 344-page report says the military could not have done anything differently to save the lives of four Americans who died in an attack on a U.S. diplomatic compound in Libya.