President Trump hosts a White House event with parents of Americans killed by illegal immigrants
Washington Post's Anna Gearan discusses the confusion at both the border and the White House over how to implement the president's executive order
The owner uses social media to promote the restaurants he believes also deserve attention and to poke fun at himself, calling his food "overrated"
With bigger crowds, Orlando International Airport hoping to speed up the customs process with facial recognition technology
With a sign language vocabulary of more than a 1,000 words and the ability to understand thousands more, Koko was a scientific marvel and source of wonder for decades
Beata Mejia-Mejia says she had no idea where her son was for more than a month
Purdue's 2007 settlement with the Justice Department included more than $630 million in fines
Our series aims to show what unites us as Americans is far stronger than what divides us
In a preview of Ed O'Keefe's full report for this Sunday's "Face the Nation," Arizona residents share their thoughts on the immigration debate
John Dickerson reflects on a week marked by outrage over President Trump's "zero tolerance" immigration policy
The Wall Street Journal did an analysis of the ongoing Russia interference showing that the attempts to tamper with American public opinion are active right now
Whether they were intentionally destroyed, stolen, or the result of an accident, art historian Noah Charney details it all in his book "The Museum of Lost Art"
Dawes' new album, "Passwords," has a slightly different tone thanks in part to Goldsmith's engagement to the actress
For a decade, the California band Dawes has been making music that has earned them new fans of a retro sound
The photo hovers over an intense debate about separating kids from their parents and has come to symbolize U.S. immigration policy
The Port of New York and New Jersey has historically been exploited by criminals who force payoffs and other kickbacks -- that's apparently still the case
Traditionally conservative state is leading the way in renewable energy. Why? One mayor says it's just good business
On this remote island, you can literally walk in the footsteps of dinosaurs
Dr. Mona Hanna-Attisha was the first person to prove a direct link between the 2014 water switch and elevated levels of lead in local children
"CBS This Morning" is taking a look at our ability to focus and how we can recapture our attention from the devices that distract us
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