One Week. 52 Senators. Can Mitch McConnell Get It Done?

Within hours of the Senate majority leader unveiling a long-anticipated health care bill on Thursday, four of his Republican colleagues were quick to put a damper on things: "We are not ready to vote for this bill," the group said ...

Wyclef Jean Gets Political: 'Carnival III,' Refugees and Trump's Most Powerful Weapon

As the fate of President Donald Trump's travel ban hangs in the balance, Wyclef Jean is sending an empowering message to immigrants and refugees: America wouldn't be great without you.

5 Things for Friday, June 23: Senate Health Bill, Philando Castile, Bill Cosby

It's the first official weekend of summer, so treat yourself by taking a few days off from thinking about the health care bill. But not quite yet! Here's what you need to know to Get Up to Speed and Out ...

Trump's Erratic Foreign Policy Is Putting America at Risk

In his campaign, Donald Trump promised that "we're going to start winning again." In office, he has defined winning largely in military terms. His budget decimates the State Department while adding billions to the Pentagon. He boasts that he's delegated ...

GOP Sen. Roy Blunt: There's 'no reason' to spend much time working with Democrats on health care

Republican Sen. Roy Blunt, the vice chair of the Senate Republican Conference, said Thursday that Senate Republicans had "no reason" to spend a lot time working with Democrats on health care because they shut themselves out of the process.

Dem Rep On Pelosi: 'It's time for people to know when to go'

Democrats need to replace Rep. Nancy Pelosi as House minority leader if they are going to win future elections, a Democratic lawmaker said Thursday.

FBI Investigating Officer's Stabbing at Flint Airport As Terrorism

A Canadian man yelled "Allahu akbar" before he allegedly stabbed a police officer at the Flint, Michigan, airport in what the FBI is investigating as a terrorist act, officials said.

Cindy Weakens Into Tropical Depression After Making Landfall in Louisiana

Cindy weakened to a tropical depression Thursday morning but still brought heavy rain, powerful winds and the threat of floods to the already soaked US Gulf Coast.

Otto Warmbier Funeral: 2,500 Celebrate Kid Who Would've 'set the world on fire'

The Ohio hometown of Otto Warmbier, who died last week after his return from 17 months in detention in North Korea, gathered at the 22-year-old's alma mater Thursday to bid him farewell.

Senate Finally Unveils Secret Health Care Bill

The closely guarded Senate health care bill written entirely behind closed doors finally became public Thursday in a do-or-die moment for the Republican Party's winding efforts to repeal Obamacare.

Trump Shadows Over Georgia's 6th District Run-off

As all eyes turn to the race in Georgia's sixth congressional district, voters there will be happy when the run-off election between Republican Karen Handel and Democrat Jon Ossoff is over.

FBI Director Nominee Removed Reference to Case Involving Russian Government From Law Firm Bio

Donald Trump's nominee to be the director of the FBI, Christopher Wray, represented an American energy executive in 2006 who was being criminally investigated by the Russian government.

House Dems Probe Into Reported Flynn, Saudi Russia Energy Deal

A pair of top House Democrats are digging into whether former national security adviser Michael Flynn may have misled officials on his security clearance form about two Middle East trips -- including one reportedly about building $100 billion worth of ...

Poll: Trump's Job Approval Rating Drops to 36%

President Donald Trump's job approval rating has dropped to 36% due to Americans' negative reaction to his handling of the Russia investigations, a new CBS News poll has found.

Police: Death of Muslim Girl Not Believed to Be Hate Crime

Police in northern Virginia say a man fatally beat a Muslim teenager with a bat during a weekend road-rage incident.