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.
Secretary of State John Kerry mourned, Anne Smedinghoff, a 25-year-old foreign service officer. She died when the group she was traveling with was struck by an explosion in Afghanistan. They were en route to traveling to donate textbooks.
President Barack Obama says he "felt the spirit of Jesus Christ" on a recent visit to Israel and it made this Easter particularly special for him.
Ret. Gen. Richard Myers, a former chairman of the joint chiefs of staff, talks to Charlie Rose and Norah O'Donnell about the ongoing tensions on the Korean peninsula.
Six world powers have sat down at the negotiating table with Iran for talks they hope will make progress in curbing Tehran's nuclear progress.
During his fundraisers in California, President Obama explained that it was more important than ever to win a Democratic majority in the House of Representatives in the upcoming elections. Obama singled out House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi D-Calif. as the reason he flew out to California for a fundraiser.
Ratcheting up pressure for Congress to limit access to guns, President Barack Obama said the vast majority of Americans support stronger background checks for gun purchases.
Commanding General Joseph Dunford discusses provocative comments from Afghanistan's president and the resulting increase in attacks on U.S. troops.
Some of this year's automatic budget cuts are now coming out of President Obama and Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel's pockets - who say they plan to give up five percent of their salaries.
The US Army's 23rd Chemical Battalion demonstrated its skills during a drill in South Korea. 250 US soldiers from the battalion are now being deployed to South Korea. The battalion was moved from South Korea to the US in 2004.
Seoul says North Korea is refusing to allow South Korean workers to enter a jointly-run factory park just across the border in North Korea.
A former State Senate Leader and five others were arrested Tuesday, in a bribery plot involving the upcoming New York City Mayor's race. Malcolm Smith allegedly hoped to bribe GOP party leaders so they would let him run as a Republican.
Former Sec. of State Hillary Clinton won't say if she's running for president in 2016 - but that isn't stopping her supporters from launching a super PAC.
Former South Carolina Gov. Mark Sanford on Tuesday cleared another hurdle in his bid for a political comeback, defeating a former county council member to win the GOP nomination for a vacant U.S. House seat.
Straw purchasers are people with no criminal record, can pass a background check, obtain a gun legally, then give them to people with criminal records who can not do so themselves. Lawmakers are looking to crack down on straw purchasers.
The White House says it is encouraged by the progress being made on immigration reform, but press secretary Jay Carney warns a deal hasn't been reached yet.
Hannity criticizes Obama’s decision to take “nine vacations for three months.” “We're paying for it at a time when 50 million Americans are on food stamps and 14 million on disability, one in five.” Hannity said. “While the administration can't find the money to open the people's house for tours and the deficit continues to mount,” he continued, “the taxpayers continue to fund the life styles of the rich and famous, their luxurious excursions and much more.”