When he wants to deploy a memorable turn of phrase, the president has a habit of looking to history
Democrats have a chance of winning back the Senate, but only if they can defend a host of vulnerable incumbents
Mike Pompeo tells "Face the Nation" that the threat posed by the North Koreans remains "imminent"
Lawmakers have to reauthorize FISA by the end of the year, which includes a key authority that has helped the government unravel terrorist plots
The White House considers anxiety about the president's temperament and nuclear weapons misplaced – but what is legal is a very real topic
North Korea has been testing missiles since at least 1984 -- here's a timeline, according to the Nuclear Threat Initiative (NTI)
A look back at the stories and posts that dominated Mr. Trump's presidency in 2017
The FBI prepared a secret 20-page analysis of civil rights leader Martin Luther King Jr. a month before he was assassinated
Agency has faced harsh criticism after controversial move to scrap net neutrality regulations
The former chief Trump strategist is of interest to Special Counsel Robert Mueller and the House Intelligence Committee
EPA Administrator Scott Pruitt talked with CBS News chief White House correspondent Major Garrett about the EPA and the first year of the Trump presidency
Mr. Trump hasn't been clear on the specifics of what he would agree to in an immigration deal, the Senate majority leader told reporters
President spoke to Reuters Wednesday and also said the North is getting closer to being able to reach the U.S. with a long-range missile
The Kansas Republican and former Senate majority leader, was the GOP's presidential nominee in 1996
The secretary of state said his staff often prints out the president's tweets for him
Hatch's "imaginary glasses" gesture caught the attention of social media and late night hosts alike
When it comes to his performance as president, 57 percent of voters said they disapprove and 38 percent said they approve
Watch the White House press briefing Wednesday with press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders
Flake slammed Trump for his persistent attacks on the press
Bannon was interviewed by the House Intelligence Committee Tuesday
He'll be 1st sitting U.S. leader to attend the economic summit in decades, as organizers note a "deteriorating geopolitical landscape"
Flake is an Arizona Republican who's retiring from Congress at the end of the year
"It was so offensive to me that she lied under oath," Booker said of Nielsen on "CBS This Morning"
Congress faces a Friday deadline to keep the government funded, and Democrats want a fix to be tied to DACA
Senate Commerce, Science and Transportation Committee holding hearing on what steps social media platforms are taking to fight spread of extremist propaganda
McCain writes op-ed rebuking Trump over his attacks; Trump plans to give "fake news" awards to journalists Wednesday
The state's Supreme Court will hold oral arguments in a challenge to the map after a lower court judge said it should be upheld
The campaign of Republican Bruce Rauner clarified the governor's opinion of David Duke after fumbling to answer a question in an interview
Trump braces for the possibility of an interview with special counsel Robert Mueller's team of investigators
Bannon refusal to answer questions prompted the committee's chairman, Rep. Devin Nunes of California, to issue the subpoena, said Nunes spokesman Jack Langer
The economy is humming along, so what reason do Republicans have to be pessimistic about their 2018 prospects?
The secretary of state noted the world is at a "tenuous stage," considering how much North Korea's nuclear efforts have advanced recently