CBS News chief Washington correspondent and host of "Face the Nation" Bob Schieffer discusses President Obama's response to the media in the wake the Associated Press scandal, as well as the the president's recent counter-terrorism speech.
Fifty years after U.S. warplanes first sprayed a chemical weapon, known as Agent Orange, on Vietnam's jungles to destroy enemy cover, America is helping clean up one of the most contaminated sites.
The Thursday dedication of the George W. Bush Presidential Center will include a presidential reunion, along with a chance for those who served in the Bush administration to reunite.
en. Amy Klobuchar, D - Minn., speaks to the "CBS This Morning" co-hosts about President Obama's dinner with a group of female senators, in which they discussed issues such as a bipartisan budget deal, cyber security, background checks and a wide range of other topics.
White House Press Secretary Jay Carney could give the press pool no reason why the Administration failed to provide a witness to a Senate Judiciary Committee hearing over drones on Wednesday.
Charges against an Elvis impersonator from Mississippi who was accused of sending ricin-laced letters to the President and others have been dropped. Paul Kevin Curtis was released from custody, while the home of a second man was searched
Three of eight murder charges were thrown out Tuesday against a Philadelphia abortion provider apparently because the judge had not heard sufficient evidence that the three babies were viable, born alive and then killed.
Sen. Ted Cruz, R - Texas, sat down with CBS News' Jan Crawford in his home state of Texas for a wide-ranging interview about his reputation in Congress, his personal history, and the immigration reform debate.
Sen. Ted Cruz (R-TX) wondered where Department of Homeland Security Sec. Janet Napolitano, who had focused most of her attention on the terrorist attacks in Boston, found time to read the legislation she was testifying at Tuesday’s Senate Judiciary Committee hearing,
Investigators in Texas still don't know how the West, Texas, fertilizer plant exploded, but they do know where the blast went off.
Hospitals trying to curb costs have chartered flights to send sick, uninsured, undocumented immigrants back to their home countries. It's a process called medical repatriation, and critics say it amounts to unregulated deportation.
The Senate Judiciary Committee's second hearing on the new immigration reform bill continues Monday. "There are four specific provisions in this immigration reform bill that will make America Safer," Sen. Dick Durbin said on Sunday's Meet the Press. "We are going to have stronger border with Mexico. We are going to have 11 million people come forward and have an opportunity to register with our government out of the shadows," he said. "We are going to have verification of employment in the work place, and we're finally going to have a system where we can track visa holders who visit the united states to make sure that they leave when they're supposed to."
Air travelers are concerned about flight delays and cancellations, with mandatory furloughs impacting air traffic controllers and other Federal Aviation Administration employees.
Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel says the sanctions on Iran are causing a tremendous amount of difficulty in that country. Hagel commented while visiting Israel on Monday.
House Homeland Security Chairman Michael McCaul, R-Texas, has lots of questions about what happened in Boston, but definitely wants to know more about what the FBI knew about Tamerlan Tsarnaev and what he did on his long trip abroad.
President Barack Obama says the capture of a suspect in the Boston Marathon bombing closes a chapter in the tragedy. Obama spoke from the White House briefing room after 19-year-old Dzhokhar Tsarnaev ended up in custody.
Maher: "there's only one faith, for example, that kills you or wants to kill you if you draw a bad cartoon of the prophet. There’s only one faith that kills you or wants to kill you if you renounce the faith. An ex-Muslim is a very dangerous thing. Talk to Salman Rushdie after the show about Christian versus Islam. So, you know, I’m just saying, let's keep it real."
US Commissioner on Civil Rights, Peter Kirsanow, explains how illegal immigration has a disproportionately negative effect on employment and wage levels of low skilled Americans, specifically black Americans during his testimony before the Senate Judiciary Committee Friday.
Neighbor and retired teacher from the high school where the suspect graduated from claims there is nothing in his character, in his demeanor, that would suggest he is remotely capable of any of the things he's suspected of doing.