The attorney general, testifying before Congress, also defended Trump's firing of Comey and refused to divulge any of his private conversations with Trump
The Senate is expected to vote this week on a budget resolution, a key step toward the process for tax reform
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
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"
"I'm not interested in crime, I'm interested in the story and the narrative," said Hayden of the Russia investigation
Amid consolation call controversy, family members of the fallen give details on interactions with Trump, Obama, Bush
Reps. Keith Ellison, John Conyers send social media company a letter asking it to outline its policies on hate speech and advertising
Sanders did not refute the claim from a member of Congress that the president said the slain soldier "knew what he signed up for"
There's confusion surrounding how Obamacare will function during the six-week sign-up period beginning Nov. 1
Arnold Wright spoke to the president about the need for air support where his son served
Defense Secretary said in May that the military has been spared the increasing divisiveness in society; since then, Trump has put service members at center of some emotional political debates
President Trump's plan to end deduction for state and local taxes would affect individuals and companies unevenly
Fact-checking the claim the Republican nominee for the U.S. Senate in Alabama made to TIME.com
On "The Takeout" this week, the Energy secretary weighed in on the argument begun by the president about contacting the families of fallen troops
Greg Pence lives in Columbus, Indiana, the same town the family grew up in after Pence's father, Edward, relocated from Chicago
White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders briefs reporters today
U.S. ambassador says policies toward Iran should address all aspects of its "destructive conduct"
President strongly disputes congresswoman's account of the call, but soldier's mother says "the statement is true"
U.S. tilts toward India and applies pressure on China, Tillerson said, ahead of Trump's Asia visit in November
Trump expressed "an intent to issue a Muslim ban or otherwise conveying anti-Muslim sentiments," wrote Judge Theodore Chuang
ICE jails house between 31,000 and 41,000 detainees each day in federal prisons, the report said
Monmouth University found 48 percent of likely voters support Gillespie, while 47 percent support Northam
Senators plan to press the Attorney General at his appearance before the Senate Oversight Committee
Bannon doubled down his threats to the GOP establishment, saying, "These people hold you in contempt"
Trump has picked a political fight over who's done better to honor the war dead and their families
The plan cleared a procedural hurdle in the Senate on a party-line vote of 50-47
Americans for Prosperity launched a digital ad campaign targeting GOP and Democratic senators to pass legislation to simplify the tax code