NASA has hired SpaceX to carry cargo, research gear and other supplies to the Gateway space station the agency plans to build in lunar orbit, officials said Friday. […]
The global death toll from the new coronavirus surpassed 20,000 on Wednesday and the number of confirmed COVID-19 infections worldwide climbed to more than 454,000, according to Johns Hopkins University. […]
As former Vice President Joe Biden has continued to widen his delegate lead with a sweep of three delegate-rich states that held primaries Tuesday, Senator Bernie Sanders plans to speak with supporters in the coming weeks to “assess his campaign,” his campaign manager said Wednesday. […]
It was the tension between Senator Bernie Sanders and Elizabeth Warren that dominated the seventh Democratic debate Tuesday night, following a report that Sanders had told Warren in a 2018 meeting that a woman couldn’t win the presidency.
The New Year opens with Bernie Sanders in his best standing yet against the field in Iowa and New Hampshire. He’s in a first-place tie with Joe Biden and Pete Buttigieg in Iowa.
The House of Representatives voted to impeach President Trump for high crimes and misdemeanors, accusing him of betraying the country for his own political benefit and recommending the Senate remove him from office.
Federal authorities are investigating a cyberattack on the city of Pensacola, Florida, home to the naval air station where a Saudi flight student killed three sailors and wounded eight others on Friday.
Nearly three years after President Trump took office, work is finally underway on one of his key campaign promises. CBS News was able to get access to the locations where new border wall is being constructed along the 2,000-mile-long southern border.
The Supreme Court on Monday waded for the first time in nearly a decade into the debate over gun rights, as it heard oral arguments in a dispute over a New York City rule restricting the transportation of licensed handguns.
House Democrats released a report with their findings from the impeachment investigation into President Trump’s dealings with Ukraine, accusing the president of placing “his own personal and political interests above the national interests of the United States” and endangering national security by soliciting assistance from a foreign government to boost his reelection prospects.
About 70 million Americans are under winter weather watches and wind advisories on Saturday as a winter storm moved across the Plains states and into the Midwest.
A day after the Rocky Mountains saw havoc, a powerful winter storm rolled across the Midwest early on Thanksgiving Day. The storm threatened to scramble plans for millions of people during one of the busiest travel weeks of the year.
All statistics measuring abortion in the U.S. — the rate, the ratio to live births, and the absolute number — reached a “historic low” in 2016, according to new data released Wednesday from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
The House Judiciary Committee will hold its first hearing in the impeachment inquiry next week, as Democrats move quickly into the next phase of the proceedings.
Former New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg formally announced he is running for the Democratic presidential nomination on Sunday, launching a multimillion-dollar ad campaign that frames his candidacy as the best hope for defeating President Trump.
Two correctional officers responsible for guarding accused sex trafficker Jeffrey Epstein the day he died by suicide have been charged with falsifying prison records, federal prosecutors announced Tuesday.
The Democratic nomination race remains unsettled because many voters are conflicted between what they want and whether they think can win. Some candidates who generate excitement are also seen as risky.
At least one person was killed and multiple people were injured in a shooting Thursday morning at a high school in Southern California, authorities said. A suspect is now in custody, Los Angeles County Sheriff Alex Villanueva said on Twitter.
Former Congressman Beto O’Rourke of Texas announced Friday he is dropping out of the presidential race.
NCAA officials on Tuesday opened the door for college athletes to financially benefit from any use of their name, image and likeness, an effort that’s already underway in some of the nation’s largest states.