Agents displayed "poor judgment" in boozy episode at White House perimeter, says Inspector General report
The president announced the location of his library Tuesday and has recently been hinting about the work he wants to do
The president recalled the difficulties of his own experience of growing up without a father
Residents in several states are at risk of losing access to subsidies, but it's unclear how state lawmakers would respond to that outcome
After recent protests sparked by cops killing unarmed men, W.H. task force urges police to improve training, cooperation with communities
Joseph Clancy explained the need for the replica to lawmakers while he testified before a House panel about last week's Secret Service incident and the agency's budget
Secret Service says second test of envelope showed "presumptive positive" for deadly chemical
At the Southern Republican Leadership Conference, one GOP presidential contender came out a strong crowd favorite
Republicans accuse President Obama of politicizing defense spending bill
The president marks this "especially meaningful" Memorial Day -- the first since the U.S formally ended its war in Afghanistan.
Rep. Mac Thornberry, R-Texas, criticizes the president for his veto threat on the defense spending bill that passed the House of Representatives last week.
Government surveillance programs set to expire at the end of the month unless Congress renews them
The possible presidential candidate is offering a blunt-talking tough-guy routine to win over voters
Legislation strengthens Obama administration's hand in global trade talks; now heads to unpredictable showdown in the House
Why Clinton's longtime friends and confidants pose a special challenge for her presidential ambitions
The state department has released the first batch of Hillary Clinton's emails that were once housed on a private server. CBS News State Department correspondent Margaret Brennan joins CBSN with more on what the emails reveal
During her 2016 campaign, can Clinton reintroduce herself to voters after years of making headlines?
Gov. Jerry Brown signals support for controversial plan to use recycled wastewater to replenish drinking water supply