George Tenet, Michael Morell and 10 other leading intelligence figures blast President Trump and defend the former CIA chief
Democrat Billie Sutton is facing GOP Rep. Kristi Noem in the general election
This is the second year a "free speech" rally has been held in Boston
The New York Times reports that White House counsel Don McGah has been involved in at least interviews with investigators
The U.S. Geological Survey says the quake hit at a depth of 348 miles and was located 174 miles northeast of Fiji's Ndoi Island
A storm knocked over trusses at the entrance at a Backstreet Boys concert at the WinStar World Casino in Thackersville, Oklahoma
The latest in a case that raised serious questions in the case against Angelika Graswald in the death of her fiancé and the stunning resolution that shocked his family
Ambition, greed and gunshots at a Napa Valley winery -- how did a bag with $800,000 in cash lead to murder in a vineyard?
German Chancellor Angela Merkel said Annan "inspired me and many others with his ideas, his firm convictions and, not least, his charisma"
Families of 19 of the dead had their loved ones' coffins brought to the hall for the funeral Mass led by Genoa's archbishop, Cardinal Angelo Bagnasco
There's a growing firestorm over President Trump's decision to revoke Brennan's security clearance
Police have not released any information about how 34-year-old Shanann, 4-year-old Bella and 3-year-old Celeste Watts died
"I don't even go to the hotel alone," Judge T.S. Ellis told the court.
The vote in late July was the first election since the end of former president Robert Mugabe's 37-year rule, and it was supposed to signal a move toward stability
The president called Ohr a "disgrace"
The Senate has confirmed 26 new appellate judges during this sessions of Congress
Their relationship hasn't always been a smooth one, but they have a Senate and House to protect
The parade, which will occur on Veterans Day, is set to cost more than three times the original maximum estimate
DaQuawn Bruce was interning with the Republican's office as part of the "College to Congress" program
The Democrat's comments sparked a Twitter war of the words with the president
How much self-indulgent virtue signaling can the media do before it loses its charm?
Sanders says of attacks on House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi: "I think it's also the fact that she's a woman. I think they have demonized her"
White House press secretary admits the White House used the incorrect timeframe for jobs under Obama
Christine Hallquist will face Republican Gov. Phil Scott in November; if successful, she will become the nation's first transgender governor
In Vermont, Democrat Christine Hallquist won chance to become nation's first transgender governor
President Trump says former White House staffer Omarosa Manigault-Newman lied when she called him a racist who has said the N-word on tape. But a new recording, obtained by CBS News overnight, seems to back up Omarosa's story that several…
Omarosa Manigault Newman says she needed to "protect herself" during 2016 campaign, in White House
Franken's successor, Tina Smith, and the endorsed Republican candidate, state Sen. Karin Housley, were heavy favorites in their respective races
CBS News / Refinery29 surveyed women 18-35 years of age about what's most important to them in this election