"Face the Nation" moderator and CBS News political director John Dickerson joins "CBS This Morning" from Washington
Now there are eight. The latest Republican presidential debate brings two fewer candidates to the main stage. But that still leaves a gaggle of competing personalities to keep straight Tuesday night in Milwaukee.
Democratic presidential hopeful Hillary Clinton was the keynote speaker for a gala hosted by the South Carolina Equality Sunday, where she outlined her plans to fight for LGBT equality if elected to the presidency next year.
Michele Bachmann is at it again with her end times warnings.
GOP presidential hopeful Ben Carson says it's time to move on from questions about the accuracy of his life story. But Tuesday's GOP debate makes that unlikely.
Presidential candidates Bernie Sanders and Hillary Rodham Clinton jockeyed Saturday for the support of key South Carolina Democratic voting blocs that anchored President Barack Obama's twice-victorious national coalition.
Donald Trump hadn't gotten far into his opening monologue before trouble occurred. An off-screen heckler interrupted with a cry of "You're a racist!"
Republican presidential candidate Marco Rubio, who's been attacked by GOP rivals for using an American Express card issued by the Republican Party of Florida for some personal spending as a state lawmaker, released two more years of charge card statements
Ben Carson rose to top the Republican ranks of White House hopefuls as the wise outsider - a candidate without any experience in office, but one who offers a compelling personal narrative & speaks of his deep Christian faith.
Donald Trump hadn't gotten far into his opening monologue before trouble occurred. An off-screen heckler interrupted with a cry of "You're a racist!" But the "heckler" was comedian Larry David.