Democrat Doug Jones faces off against Republican Roy Moore in the closely watched Alabama Senate race
Republicans and Democrats are negotiating a budget deal to lift spending caps and a government spending package
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White House Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders addresses members of the media Tuesday at 3:00 p.m. ET
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President Trump signed the National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA), approving spending levels for U.S. military efforts
On Monday, Gillibrand, a New York Democrat, called for the president to resign
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Thomas Cochran claims phone records prove Flynn never received text messages about nuclear energy deal on Inauguration Day
"We have very close friends that are Jewish, and rabbis, we also do fellowship with them," said Kayla Moore on Monday
Democrat Doug Jones faces off against Republican Roy Moore in an Alabama nail-biter
Trump endorsed GOP candidate Roy Moore in his race against Democrat Doug Jones. The election is Tuesday
The senior senator from Alabama may even have helped Roy Moore's campaign with his rejection of Moore
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The final push for Doug Jones includes a small army of volunteers who said they knocked on 80,000 doors this past weekend trying to get out the vote
White House press secretary says eyewitnesses back up president's denials of misconduct
President says attack could have been avoided if suspect hadn't been allowed to enter U.S.
The order signed by President Trump on Monday directs NASA to lead further space exploration programs to the Moon and eventually Mars. Watch the president's remarks.
Consumer advocates reported some glitches Monday in the final days for "Obamacare" sign-ups
Transgender people can enlist in military beginning Jan. 1, despite Trump's opposition, CBS News' David Martin confirms
White House Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders addresses the media at 2:00 p.m. ET Monday
Five years after the Sandy Hook mass shooting, a third of Americans say gun violence in America is a crisis, but they're divided on what to do about it
Trump tweeted that the tax bill was "shaping up even better than projected"
When asked what she thinks of the "cultural shift going on in America right now," Haley said she is "incredibly proud of the women who have come forward"
State officeholders who said they intended to vote for Moore often cited the need to keep the seat in Republican hands
Big names will be pouring into Alabama in the final days before the election: Sen. Cory Booker is set to campaign Saturday, Steve Bannon on Monday
"Get out and vote for Roy Moore," Mr. Trump said Friday night in Florida, miles from Alabama
The president is holding a rally miles from Alabama, where the special election with Roy Moore and Doug Jones will take place Tuesday
The White House says Dina Powell will continue to play a role in Middle East peace
Congress averted a shutdown over the weekend by passing a short-term spending bill, but it expires Dec. 22
John Thune says it's "unfortunate" that Republican National Committee has resumed fundraising efforts for GOP Senate candidate
Earlier Thursday, Sen. Al Franken announced he would be resigning in the wake of allegations by several women of sexual misconduct
Embattled Democrat says he will step down "in the coming weeks" following sexual misconduct allegations
Views on the Republican tax plan: Is it fair? Who does it benefit? Corporations or the middle class? And will it help the economy?
U.S. House and Senate ethics committees generally go about their business with little public attention — until there's a political scandal
The two met Wednesday to talk about Franken's future in the Senate, CBS News' John Nolen reports