Rosenstein was reported by the New York Times last week to have brought up the 25th Amendment and taping the president. A Justice Department official said the comment was sarcastic
Lawyers for the woman accusing Supreme Court nominee of sexual assault say FBI investigation would serve as first step in the process to their client testifying in public
On "The Takeout" this week, Director of Defense for POW and MIA Accounting Agency Kelly McKeague said "in the next week," two individuals will be identified from remains repatriated from North Korea
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The answer seems to be those connected to celebrities, and conservative causes
President's prediction of "massive" voluntary price cuts by drugmakers is not happening, AP review of brand names shows
President Trump said he will be holding the "second summit "with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un in the "not-too-distant" future
"Lord willing, I'll be traveling before the end of the year," Pompeo said of preparations for a second North Korea summit
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Brett Kavanaugh faces another allegation of misconduct; he is expected to defend himself before the Senate later this week
U.N. conference brings new pledges to fight international narcotics trafficking, improve treatment for addicts
White House counselor defends Trump's nominee for U.S. Supreme Court amid allegations of sexual misconduct
Arrested in Taiwan, flown back to U.S., bonded out after facing judge in Houston on charge of having sex with underage girl in Austin
"When we don't vote, that's when we wind up with government of, by and for other people," Mrs. Obama said Sunday in Las Vegas
Seven members of the band, also known as Bangtan Boys, will perform Monday at an event aimed to promote a new program by the United Nations Secretary General
The New Yorker published a story Sunday in which a Yale University contemporary accuses the Supreme Court nominee of exposing himself in the 1980s -- something he and the White House deny
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"Despite actual threats to her safety and her life, Dr. Ford believes it is important for Senators to hear directly from her," attorneys wrote in a statement
Gowdy says that both Kavanaugh and Ford will live with the consequences of this week’s public hearing "for the rest of their lives"
"This is not a woman that is confused, mixed up. This is something she has carried with her, just as so many victims do," said Eshoo of Ford
"We will have decisions to make in terms whether they get exemptions or not, but I'll tell you right now, we're going to be really tough on Iran," Haley told "Face the Nation"
CBS News Battleground Tracker poll finds that Democrats' chances of gaining control of the House improved over the summer
Nearly six in 10 Americans say a vote on Kavanaugh’s nomination to the Supreme Court should wait until after more investigations and hearings are done
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"We believe that that should stay in place, and others involved in putting that deal together believe that it should stay in place"
In a written statement, Jim Knoblach called the allegations "indescribably hurtful"
Multiple Democrats and Republicans familiar with the plans said a deal had been reached for her to testify on Thursday
Ted Cruz posted a video on Twitter captioned "In Beto O'Rourke's own words" that generated enthusastic responses from O'Rourke supporters
It's not unusual for siblings to disagree with each other. It is remarkable, however, when those disagreements are aired in a campaign ad