Senators reached a deal on reopening the government in exchange for a promise to move on to immigration and DACA
Sen. Cory Gardner, the chairman of the Senate Republicans' campaign arm, said Friday that shutting down the government over immigration would be "irresponsible"
Latest CBS News poll finds that Trump retains support from his base, though few say they've been helped by his policies so far
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 president will address a joint session of Congress in his first official State of the Union address next Tuesday
Congressional leaders will now have 17 days to craft a plan protecting "Dreamers" from deportation
In audio of the call, Paul asks 911 operators to send police officers to his home to "investigate and talk to the neighbor"
Pence continued to defend Trump during his overseas trip to the Middle East
Watch the White House press briefing Monday with press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders
The president was scheduled to go to the World Economic Forum in Switzerland later this week
A deadline for the state's marijuana legalization bill has passed with no clear signs if it has been signed into law
CIA Director also pushes back on criticism by former intelligence officials critical of president
The new campaign announced Monday comes at the direction of Democratic Gov. Andrew Cuomo, who has said he'll urge Congress to repeal the law
Administration aides, outside allies and Republicans on Capitol Hill see the Trump White House continuing to face many of the same challenges it dealt with last year
A special election on Tuesday asks Oregonians whether they approve of a tax on hospitals, health insurers and managed care companies that would leave Medicaid, as it is now, untouched
Jackman, Maine Town Manager Tom Kawczynski has meeting on tap with other town officials, who've publicly disavowed his views
An Associated Press analysis found that he has exploited the vague language of some pledges, creating at least the appearance that he's profiting off his presidency
The events culminated with the Las Vegas rally, which launched an effort to register 1 million voters and target swing states such as Nevada in the U.S. midterm elections later this year
Schumer has so far succeeded in keeping his party unified in a bid to use the government funding fight to push for protections for immigrants brought to the U.S. illegally as children
Vice president addresses Israeli Knesset on 1st top-level administration visit to Mideast since pivot away from decades of U.S. policy
Pompeo tells "CBS This Morning" co-host Norah O'Donnell the shutdown won't impact CIA operations
"As long as Steven Miller is in charge of negotiating immigration we are going nowhere," South Carolina Republican says
Members of the military are still on duty as Washington comes to a standstill over funding disputes
"There's been a consistent failure by the Republican leadership in Congress to deal with these critical issues," said Durbin on Sunday
Mulvaney said the administration has been "very straightforward from the beginning" that the White House does "not want this shutdown"
The Justice Department has turned over to Congress more texts from FBI agent Peter Strzok
The fragile outlines of an agreement begin to take shape
It comes down to the choice between "why the hell not" versus "more of the same"
John bids a final goodbye to the viewers of "Face the Nation"