Democratic politician, who is running for a third term, said that "we have not reached greatness" at a bill signing
The city's new mayor is so personally angered by President Trump that she avoids referring to him by name
A conspiracy theory that explains everything and nothing simultaneously takes off among Trump fans
A new CBS News poll finds that half of Republicans say that hearing the president criticized on the Russia issue makes them want to defend him more
The fraud trial for Paul Manafort continues with more probes into his former business associate's' past
Whatever Rudy Giuliani might say on Trump's behalf, it's still a question that divides legal scholars
President Trump sat down with "CBS Evening News" anchor Jeff Glor after returning from his meeting with Russian President Vladimir Putin
The delay of documents could also delay vote to confirm Brett Kavanaugh to the Supreme Court
Here are the places and races Democrats would need to win to change the balance of the power in the House
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 answer seems to be those connected to celebrities, and conservative causes
DaQuawn Bruce was interning with the Republican's office as part of the "College to Congress" program
Chairman Ajit Pai may be asked about commission's actions regarding issue known as "net neutrality"
Jurors now consider the 18 charges against the former Trump campaign chairman
The Interior Department is taking steps aimed at opening for drilling millions of acres of Alaska Arctic land that was protected under the Obama administration
Critics say it's unfair that accomplices can face execution or life prison sentences even if they were unaware that a killing would or did take place
The PAC provided generous payday for at least 18 campaign consultants, according to an analysis of Federal Election Commission records
John Brennan writes that Trump took away his security clearance "in an attempt to scare into silence others who might dare challenge him"
How much self-indulgent virtue signaling can the media do before it loses its charm?
President tells Wall Street Journal investigation is "rigged witch hunt" and ex-CIA chief Brennan and others "led it"
Inspired by banished NFL quarterback Colin Kaepernick, Mariana Taylor, 11, wanted to protest sexism and racism in America by taking a knee, an act that wasn't well received by her teacher
White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders said President Trump revoked the former CIA director's access to classified information
Pearl Jam's new poster also shows bald eagle picking at skeleton with hair similar to Trump's
The lira has been falling in value for months, but plummeted amid a dispute over an American pastor detained in Turkey
Brennan himself said the president's move is a "part of a broader effort by Mr. Trump to suppress freedom of speech & punish critics"
The defense and prosecutors both have 1.5 hours for closing remarks in Manafort's trial on Wednesday
"I don't know if that is enforceable whatsoever," former Trump campaign manager says
"Her tell-all mea culpa won't win her any brownie points with most blacks," said Earl Ofari Hutchinson, author of the book "Why Black Lives Do Matter"
Jillette supported the claim by Omarosa Manigault Newman that tapes exist of President Trump saying the "N-word" on set of the show
White House press secretary admitted the White House used the incorrect timeframe for jobs under Obama
"I think it's also the fact that she's a woman. I think they have demonized her," Sanders said of attacks on House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi
In Vermont, Democrat Christine Hallquist won chance to become nation's first transgender governor
"I made a terrible error in judgment," Melissa Howard says
The new plans include putting greater emphasis on attacking cartels' financial infrastructure
Tuesday was a night of firsts for many Democrats and a night of victories for Trump-leaning candidates