Republican Sen. Lindsey Graham is among those who grilled Supreme Court justice nominee Neil Gorsuch on Tuesday at a confirmation hearing. Graham joins "CBS This Morning" from Washington to discuss Gorsuch's qualifications, President Trump's unsubstantiated wiretap claims, and not being impacted by the pressure to vote for the Republican health care bill.
House Rules Committee Chairman Pete Sessions Wednesday, while calling the American Health Care Act "two-thirds of a good bill," pushed back at reports and concerns that the reform legislation will cause people to lose their coverage.
Former national security adviser Susan Rice targeted President Donald Trump over his "false statements," specifically his wiretapping claims, that "are part of a disturbing pattern of behavior that poses real and potentially profound dangers to U.S. national security" and...
The journalist who bared Donald Trump's 2005 taxes returns on "The Rachel Maddow Show" says Americans need to see decades of his past returns to learn "not only if their president is a crook but whether he is disloyal, can be leveraged by foreign interests or be bribed by...
Judge Neil Gorsuch faced 11 hours of questions Tuesday during a Senate confirmation hearing for the Supreme Court justice nominee. Democrats repeatedly challenged him on the policies of President Trump, who nominated him. Jan Crawford reports.
Last-minute negotiations over the American Health Care Act could lead reluctant members of the House Freedom Caucus to vote for the reform measure, but it would take changing the bill into one that would "actually lower insurance rates," Sen. Rand Paul said Wednesday.
President Donald Trump's nominee to lead the Labor Department said Wednesday he won't allow potential political pressure from the administration to influence his hiring decisions and regrets he let that happen on his watch at the Justice Department.