The president acknowledged at a White House press conference Tuesday that senators have been working on a deal to stabilize health care markets
Most -- including president's backers -- urge deals in Congress; many worry U.S. on path to war, according to latest CBS News Nation Tracker poll
Writing the bill won't be the only challenge: lawmakers will face other big hurdles first
The ins and outs of what's happening on the Korean peninsula, where North Korea is saying the U.S. has declared war
In his first interview since being shot and critically wounded, Rep. Steve Scalise describes the extent of his injuries and how surgeons put him back together
The Ohio governor, however, didn't make clear if he would leave the party when asked if he would become an independent
On Tuesday, the president said the "alt-left" was partly responsible for the violence in Charlottesville, Virginia over the weekend
Republicans see Trump calling on country to respect flag, while Democrats see a president dividing groups, according to latest CBS News poll
Hillary Clinton relives her stunning defeat to Donald Trump in her first TV interview about her new memoir "What Happened"
North Korea has been testing missiles since at least 1984 -- here's a timeline, according to the Nuclear Threat Initiative (NTI)
In the first five months of President Trump's administration, drug prosecutions were down 9 percent from last year
"It could be discussed," the president said, "There are a lot of good reasons to do that"
Hours after speaking highly of bipartisan accord, he said it gives bailouts to insurance companies
U.S. Rep. Frederica Wilson said she was in the car with Myeshia Johnson, widow of Army Sgt. La David Johnson, when Trump called
In July, Sessions strengthened DOJ's controversial use of civil asset forfeiture, which allows law enforcement to seize assets suspected to be connected with criminal activity, even if there is no charge
The interview comes shortly after Mueller's team interviewed Reince Priebus
McCain attacked "half-baked, spurious nationalism" in a speech Monday night. The sentiment was noble, but it may be wrong for the GOP
The state's constitution has no age -- or other requirements -- to run
President Trump continues to push his tax proposal, facing a Congress with lots of questions
A deeper look at the polling on North Korea
"We have a president who does not understand governance," said Biden of Trump
Senate Democrats gathered outside the Capitol to fight against opening the the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge to drilling
The ban was set to go into effect on Wednesday
More than 140 female lawmakers, staffers, consultants and lobbyists pledged "not to tolerate perpetrators or their enablers"
The case involves Summer Zervos, a former contestant on NBC's "The Apprentice," who accused Mr. Trump a year ago of "unwanted sexual touching"
President Trump held a news conference Tuesday with Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras. Tsipras once predicted a Trump presidency would be "evil"
Trump said there was "nothing to clarify" in his comments made in the Rose Garden on Monday; Kelly's son died in Afghanistan in 2010
He was receiving an award for a lifetime of service and sacrifice to the country, presented to him by Joe Biden
On Monday, McCain condemned the "half-baked, spurious nationalism cooked up by people who would rather find scapegoats than solve problems"
DOJ called the indictment a "major milestone" in the effort to curb the nation's opioid epidemic
Trump tweets nominee for drug czar has withdrawn his name from consideration
"This is not a new thing, it's been building for some time," said Corker of his feelings on the president
The former governor is considering a bid to succeed retiring Republican Bob Corker in the Senate
Bannon plans to recruit primary opponents for all Republican senators seeking re-election except Ted Cruz of Texas
The author hopes the book will show people you're never too old to do something
Cochran's office said the Mississippi Senator will return to the Senate when his health permits