Last week, TV host Stephen Colbert took aim at those who oppose same-sex marriage and believe that it will open the door to all kinds of other marital arrangements. To the delight of his TV audience, and utilizing his comedic gifts, he mocked Rep. Steve King and Dr. Ben Carson before getting to the heart of his presentation: Stephen Colbert's All-Inclusive Wedding Cake Toppers. What makes this so ironic, though, is that the very arguments he raised actually prove that the slippery slope argument is true. Watch this 9-minute video where I have some fun with Stephen Colbert and thank him for proving our point.
Sanders' position on gun control falls out of lockstep with his liberal base, and could endanger his primary prospects.
Vice President Joe Biden is predicting investigators will find that a semi-automatic or automatic weapon was used in the Oregon college shooting. He is renewing his call for what describes as "sane gun legislation."
Hillary Clinton stays in the lead of the Democratic primary, but that lead continues to shrink as her favorable and trustworthy numbers drop.
Secret Service Director Joseph Clancy and Homeland Security Secretary Jeh Johnson each called Rep. Jason Chaffetz, R-Utah, personally to apologize after reports surfaced of officials digging up dirt in retaliation for his investigation of the agency.
The President of Israel lambasted the body for their praise of the nuclear deal with Iran while failing to speak out against the regime's threats to Israel's existence.
Mark Halperin and John Heilemann discuss House Majority Leader Kevin McCarthys controversial comments on the Benghazi hearings on With All Due Respect.
According to preliminary estimates of third-quarter campaign receipts, a record number in small donations has propelled Bernie Sanders to within sight of Hillary Clinton's once commanding fundraising lead. The former Secretary of State leads Sanders in fundraising by just about $2 million.
Russia on Thursday defended its airstrikes in Syria amid mounting questions over their targets, insisting that Moscow's planes had struck ISIS installations. US Secretary of Defense Ash Carter said that the strikes did not appear to be targeting ISIS installations.
The drama and consequence of their exceedingly personal sparring has faded, offering more evidence of just how fluid the Republican primary fight remains and how quickly candidates' fortunes can shift.
A federal appeals court has spared the NCAA from paying student athletes and compensating them for use of their likeness. The Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals stated the collegiate athletic association only needs to cover their costs for education. The three-judge panel stated that the Rule of Reason for anti-trust law requires the NCAA to permit their schools with providing the cost of attendance for student-athletes. They concluded it does not require more. The ruling is part of Ed O'Bannon's ongoing case from 2009. The former UCLA basketball player has sued the NCAA for use of his likeness in TV broadcasts and video games without due compensation.
Fans celebrated in Los Angeles after the Dodgers won their third straight National League West title in San Francisco Tuesday night. CBS2's Jasmine Viel reports.
Appearing on Capitol Hill for the first time since the release of a series of secretly recorded videos, Planned Parenthood Pres. Cecile Richards defended her organization as Republicans raised concerns about how the group spends funds
President Obama and Cuban President Raul Castro met for a second time this year at the opening of the United Nations General Assembly this week. Both presidents are working to lift the trade embargo following the opening of the US Embassy in Cuba earlier this month.
After a spate of liberal decisions on gay marriage and Obamacare, experts predict the court's conservative majority will reassert itself ahead of the 2016 election.
After encouraging a group of inmates to get their lives back on track, Pope Francis walked through the gym at Philadelphia's largest jail and shook the hands of each of the men and women individually.
Hours before Sunday's scheduled Mass in Philadelphia, Roman Catholics from across the country and around the world began trekking into the city, crossing bridges on foot and packing subway cars.
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