Mike Moore calls himself a "country lawyer from Mississippi." Don't believe it
Police say Radee Prince killed three and wounded two at a Maryland business, then committed another crime on the run Wednesday
Sanders did not refute the claim from a member of Congress that the president said the slain soldier "knew what he signed up for"
On "The Takeout" this week, the Energy secretary weighed in on the argument begun by the president about contacting the families of fallen troops
Officials are urging people to stay inside, especially children and those with lung problems
Family says the suspect is also autistic and may not understand the legal process
"We believe everyone should stand for the national anthem. That's an important part of our policy," Roger Goodell said
Amid consolation call controversy, family members of the fallen give details on interactions with Trump, Obama, Bush
The attorney general, testifying before Congress, also defended Trump's firing of Comey and refused to divulge any of his private conversations with Trump
President strongly disputes congresswoman's account of the call, but soldier's mother says "the statement is true"
Maroney posted a statement to Twitter early Wednesday morning with the hashtag #MeToo
Police are searching for a suspect after a shooting at an industrial park northeast of Baltimore
The "60 Minutes" special contributor is calling it a "watershed moment"
Jesus Campos was the first person to confront gunman Stephen Paddock on the 32nd floor of the Mandalay Bay hotel
Trump denies her account; U.S. Rep. Frederica Wilson said she was in car with widow of Army Sgt. La David Johnson, when Trump called
In her second 60 Minutes story, Oprah Winfrey goes inside one of America's most notorious prisons to report on the use of solitary confinement
So far, 84 kids have been recovered and 120 alleged traffickers have been arrested this year
Hours after speaking highly of bipartisan accord, he said it gives bailouts to insurance companies
Miami Dolphins owner Stephen Ross said the session was "constructive" while Colts defensive called it "positive"
President Trump continues to push his tax proposal, facing a Congress with lots of questions
The commander of the Raqqa offensive said the city will be rebuilt, but the extremists did damage that can never be repaired
The president acknowledged at a White House press conference Tuesday that senators have been working on a deal to stabilize health care markets
Whistleblower says drug distributors pumped opioids into U.S. communities -- and industry lobbyists and Congress derailed DEA's efforts to stop it
President Trump also pledged a "major announcement" on the national opioid epidemic, after a "60 Minutes" and Washington Post investigation
Sen. Joe Manchin, D-West Virginia, says he's horrified that a bill everyone approved made the epidemic worse
In an interview with CBS News Monday, Hatch was asked if he believes Congress took away too much of the DEA's enforcement power
Agency says drug epidemic is a top priority but its efforts may have been undermined by the so-called "revolving door" culture in Washington
Explosion rattled homes; unclear if any oil leaking
A high-level DEA whistleblower says drug distributors knew they were fueling the opioid epidemic by shipping large quantities of the addictive medications to pain clinics and rogue pharmacies
Longtime S.C. senator says if Republicans don't cut taxes and repeal and replace Obamacare, "we're going to lose across the board" in 2018
"The president often takes steps to force an action when he feels things are just not moving," Tillerson said
City officials voted to file lawsuit alleging white supremacists who descended on Charlottesville in August were acting as an illegal militia
Ophelia is now the farthest east an Atlantic major hurricane has existed on record, Philip Klotzbach, a meteorologist at Colorado State University, said on Twitter. He said the previous record was Hurricane Frances in 1980.
Boyle gave a statement shortly after landing in Canada late Friday with his American wife and three young children
Video from the fire's first night shows the courage of deputies and firefighters working amid the flames
Blazes kill at least 36 people, scorched more than 220K acres and destroyed thousands of homes and businesses
Scientists say Kim Jong Un's sixth, most powerful nuclear test may have rattled Earth's tectonic plates to the point of no return