Now that the economy's on the rebound, the president says, "Chicken Little's quiet"
Officials are asking those affected to delay filing their 2014 returns
Psaki replaces Jennifer Palmieri, who left the White House to work for Hillary Clinton's likely presidential campaign
Former Mayor Rudolph Giuliani clarified comments made Wednesday that he did not believe the president "loves America"
How the president's staff uses its three enormous "X"-marked coasters
Chief of Staff Denis McDonough says lawmakers should not take a pass on taking a stand on ISIS like they did with Syria in 2013
The Oklahoma Republican, who chairs the Senate Environment and Public Works committee, has long argued climate change is a "hoax"
A who's who of conservatives, including potential GOP presidential hopefuls, converged on Washington for the annual conference.
The original deadline to sign up for health insurance for 2015 was Sunday, but a software glitch means a little extra time to enroll for some uninsured Americans
The president will take his daughters to historic site next week "to remind them of their own obligations" to fight for justice
With an eye on 2016, the Wisconsin governor leans on his record during a speech at the Conservative Political Action Conference
The president knocked the GOP rebranding as the "party of the middle class" at the Democratic National Committee's winter meeting
CBS News political director John Dickerson breaks down comments made by retired neurosurgeon Ben Carson during his address at CPAC, as well as an interview with New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie
One-time California Senate candidate Carly Fiorina blasted the former secretary of state for her "hashtag" brand of diplomacy
Potential GOP presidential candidates train their fire on Hillary Clinton during the Conservative Political Action Conference
Nation's capital becomes first place east of the Mississippi River to legalize possession of marijuana for recreational purposes
New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie answers questions about his temperament at the Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC)
Democratic leaders are turning up the pressure by saying no to a short-term fix