Sen Al Franken (D-MN) and Chuck Schumer run away from TRN's Jason Mattera's tough questions about their involvement in the IRS scandal.
NewsBusted takes a comedic look at the headlines of last week.
A Philadelphia doctor accused of performing illegal, late-term abortions in a filthy clinic has been found guilty of first-degree murder in the deaths of three babies born alive but acquitted in the death of a fourth baby.
Townhall went out to the streets of liberal New York City to find out how politically engaged the average New Yorker is. It appears that those who lazily equate MSNBC and Fox News probably don't watch either network
New York City Mayor Bloomberg apologized for allowing its journalists to access financial computer terminals, which gave them access to information about the company's clients.
President Obama gave remarks on the recent scandal that revealed IRS offices targeting conservative organizations during the 2012 election.
Scott Pelley weighs in on the state of journalism.
Pentagon officials now say had they known at the time that the first attack in Benghazi would be followed by a second one, they might have made different decisions.
FBI agents did not tell Boston police they had receiving warnings from Russia's government in 2011 about suspected bomber Tamerlan Tsarnaev and had performed a cursory investigation, Boston Police Commissioner Edward Davis told Congress.
President Barack Obama is asking Americans to urge Congress to pass his proposals on jobs, education and raising the minimum wage. Obama spoke at a high school in Texas, kicking off a series of quick trips to highlight his proposals.
President Obama is making a new push for the health care law with an event at the White House. But the controversial law is now getting pushback from Democrats.
Britain's Prince Harry breaks hearts in Washington's corridors of power, showing more interest in landmines than in the excited fans who greet him at the start of a week-long US visit.
Sen. Marco Rubio, R-Fla., talks to the "CBS This Morning" co-hosts about the likelihood of passing immigration legislation and the hurdles it faces from his fellow Republican lawmakers.
Former President Bill Clinton says he's frustrated with all the speculation about Hillary Clinton running for the White House.
Following the release of a new Pentagon study that shows rising numbers of sexual assaults in the military, President Obama said those responsible must be held accountable.
The latest Congressional hearing on the attack at the U.S. consulate in Benghazi, Libya focused on whether the U.S. military could have responded more quickly to end the assault.
An Air Force officer who runs the Sexual Assault Prevention Unit is now charged with sexual battery for allegedly groping a woman.
Sen. Bob Corker, R - Tenn., Sen. Corker speaks to the "CBS This Morning" co-hosts about the ongoing conflict in Syria, saying "more is being done on the ground (by the U.S.) than is known."
Former Gov. Mark Sanford seals epic comeback after fall from grace.
Sen. Joe Manchin, D-W. Va., talks to the "CBS This Morning" co-hosts about his failed bipartisan effort to strengthen gun control laws by expanding background checks and how he's not prepared to give up the fight.