With some Democrats defecting due to 2014 fears, the president's - and the party's - troubles will last beyond the end of the month
New documents released by Congressional investigations show the White House and the Department of Health and Human Services were warned as early as April about problems with HealthCare.gov. CBS News chief White House correspondent Major Garrett discusses the report's findings and how problems have taken a toll on President Obama's approval rating.
On Sandy response, shutdown and minority outreach, Gov. Chris Christie, R-N.J., continues to clash with his colleagues
Security worries, accountability questions about botched HealthCare.gov rollout lost amid partisan gamesmanship
Conservative watchdog Judicial Watch obtained 30 pages of newly-released material including 7 post-attack photos
Experts happy deal is reached, but want sustainable future decisions for fiscal path
Conservation groups say Interior Department decision sanctions killing of an American icon
In a new CBS News poll, the president is losing ground among Americans on personal qualities like leadership and honesty
Support for Obamacare has dropped 12 points in a month; Obama's approval is on par with George W. Bush at this point in his presidency
Obama's recitation of the famous Lincoln speech, delivered as part of a Ken Burns project, irked some conservatives
After White House meeting, senators express concern over potential deal with Iran
Two thirds of Americans oppose individual mandate, nearly three quarters believe it should be delayed
States with relatively successful Obamacare marketplaces have been handicapped by HealthCare.gov problems
In 1962, John F. Kennedy tried to pass health care for seniors; his announcement - and his overall effort - turned out to be flops
Sen. Ron Johnson, R-Wis., says the president's assurance was "coldly calculated" to sell Obamacare to a "trusting public"