The Human Rights Campaign, the nation's largest gay rights group, says the vice president will headline its annual gala on Friday
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The move makes Carson, a retired neurosurgeon, one of the first Republicans to take a formal step toward a 2016 presidential bid
The charge of mishandling classified materials stemmed from Petraeus' affair with his biographer, Paula Broadwell
The prime minister's speech exposes a rift with the Obama administration
The bill could end a funding standoff, but it contains no restrictions on Obama's immigration policies, as conservatives have demanded
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu speaks to Congress Tuesday, and he's expected to warn against making any nuclear agreements with Iran. Netanyahu said Monday he's not trying to embarrass President Obama on his home turf. Margaret Brennan reports on how State Department officials are worrying that the speech could reveal sensitive informati
Clinton's spokesman says the former secretary of state did nothing wrong using her private email to do official government business. That practice may violate federal law intended to preserve government documents. CBS News political director John Dickerson joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss the impact on the likely presidential candidate.
Renowned painter Nelson Shanks says he included a shadow of Lewinsky's infamous blue dress in the painting. Bill Plante reports from the National Portrait Gallery in Washington, D.C.
Regulators say the so-called "green tip" rounds used with AR-15 assault rifles can penetrate bullet-proof vests, while critics say any potential ban is an attack on the Second Amendment. Mark Strassmann reports.
CBS News senior security contributor and former CIA deputy director Michael Morell joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss how Iran could be the most effective fighting force against ISIS inside Iraq. Also, Morell addresses the newly released audio recordings of ISIS executioner Mohammed Emwazi and talks about how Emwazi could have become radicalized a