In midterms, Bernie Sanders carries influence for Democrats; Republicans want candidates close to Trump
And Americans who do hold an opinion on Iran are split
Coal baron Don Blankenship may be about to capture the Republican nomination -- and that's probably bad news for the GOP
'Face the Nation' moderator Margaret Brennan sat down with the Iranian Foreign Minister for a discussion of sanctions, Mike Pompeo, and more.
Here are the places and races Democrats would need to win to change the balance of the power in the House
Peter Navarro says Americans are "willing to pay a cent and a half more for a six pack of beer" to protect U.S. aluminum and steel
Democrats have a chance of winning back the Senate, but only if they can defend a host of vulnerable incumbents
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)
The FBI prepared a secret 20-page analysis of civil rights leader Martin Luther King Jr. a month before he was assassinated
"He certainly took advantage of it. He exacerbated it. And fear is an unreasoning," Meacham told "Face the Nation"
The president's tweet follows a series of earlier missives in which he lambasted the special counsel's probe
"We have agreed to put the tariffs on hold while we try to execute the framework," the treasury secretary said
"We need to start using the ballot box and ballot initiatives to take the matters out of the hands of people that are doing nothing"
"We want China to open up markets, lower tariffs, lower non-tariff barriers, give us a chance," Kudlow told "Face the Nation"
"If you were to out or to burn such an agent, that person's life could be in jeopardy," warned Warner
Co-writer Mark Salter talks about the themes of the latest memoir by the 81-year-old Arizona Senator, who has been diagnosed with brain cancer
At a forum, the former acting attorney general says she considered resigning but suggested that a previous interaction with Jeff Sessions convinced her not to
The announcement came in a joint statement from the United States and China following trade negotiations this week
The GOP needs unity, but an immigration push is fraught with factions
The former president joked about the size of the crowd
The first lady had been hospitalized at Walter Reed National Military Medical Center for a procedure to treat a kidney condition
The reports emerged as President Trump tweeted about a "spy" in his campaign
"One of the concerns is whether he'll stick to script," said Senate Leadership Fund Steven Law
Pull out is latest demonstration of the administration's intent to briskly exit the country once ISIS is fully defeated
Trump personally urged Postmaster General Megan Brennan to double the U.S. Postal Service's shipping rate for Amazon and other companies, the Washington Post reported
President Trump is tweeting that the Department of Justice was spying on his campaign -- but does that pass the smell test?
"He doesn't know this yet," Trump said of Wilkie, adding, he was sorry he "ruined the surprise"
"We have kind of an affection for evidence. We think it should inform our policies, because they'll actually work better," she declared
Democrats hope that a primary between three Republicans helps them get a shot at an open U.S. Senate seat
Gates also said Trump questioned use of vaccines and talked about himself in third person, according to video obtained by MSNBC
The White House is focusing on narrower prison reforms, like reducing recidivism rates — not sentencing reform
McCain made the comments in a new HBO documentary, "John McCain: For Whom the Bell Tolls"
The House Freedom Caucus wanted a vote on immigration before the vote on the massive agriculture and food bill