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Washington — Drawing decorating inspiration from America's founding documents, Jill Biden chose a "We the People" theme to deck the White House halls and to remind Americans of what unites them throughout the year, especially during the holidays. The first lady unveiled the transformational work of a small army...
First lady Jill Biden thanks volunteers from across the country who helped decorate the White House for the holidays, as the festive decorations are unveiled on November 28, 2022. The theme selected for this year is "We the People." The White House is decked out with more than 83,000 twinkling...
President Biden is back from his Thanksgiving weekend and focusing on trying to pass legislation during the lame duck session of Congress. CBS News senior White House correspondent Weijia Jiang joins us with details on the president's agenda for the end of the year.
Former Trump White House senior adviser Kellyanne Conway met on Monday with staff members of the House select committee investigating the Jan. 6, 2021 attack on the U.S. Capitol. Conway's attorney, Emmet Flood, joined her for the meeting. Conway arrived at the conference room where the committee meets shortly after...
Former President Donald Trump, who announced his latest bid for the White House earlier this month, was joined at a dinner last week at Mar-a-Lago by white supremacist agitator Nick Fuentes and rapper Kanye West. CBS News political director Fin Gomez and Kevin Madden, a senior partner at Penta Group, join "Red and Blue" to discuss the fallout from the dinner.
Early voting is underway in the Georgia runoff election between Democratic Sen. Raphael Warnock and Republican challenger Herschel Walker. Associated Press deputy Washington bureau chief Steven Sloan joined CBS News' John Dickerson to discuss the larger effect of the race on Capitol Hill and the issues driving a record number of early voters to the polls.
Lawmakers are returning to Washingto for the final sprint before the end of the 117th Congress. CBS News congressional correspondent Scott MacFarlane joined John Dickerson on "Prime Time" to discuss Democrats' list of legislative items to complete before year's end.
With just three weeks remaining during the lame duck session of Congress, the White House and Democrats will focus on a few key pieces of legislation before Republicans take over the House. CBS News congressional correspondent Scott MacFarlane and CBS News senior White House and political correspondent Ed O'Keefe join Robert Costa on "Red and Blue" to discuss.
The following is a transcript of an interview with Democratic Rep. James Clyburn of South Carolina that aired Sunday, Nov. 27, 2022, on "Face the Nation." MARGARET BRENNAN: Right now I want to speak to House Majority Whip, Democratic Congressman Jim Clyburn, who joins us from Santee, South Carolina, this morning. Congressman, it's good to have you on the program. I want to start with what has happened in the past two weeks, we've had these three mass shootings. Back in June, you helped to push through this bipartisan investment in shoring up red flag laws and background checks, $13 billion expansion. And yet, in Virginia, both of the gun buyers legally purchased their weapons allegedly, so did the one in Colorado, what does that tell you about the efficacy of the federal law?
John Dickerson shows us why people are protesting against Xi Jinping in China, President Biden pleads with Congress to avert a rail shutdown, and Merriam-Webster's word of the year is "gaslighting."
The nation's highest court is being asked to decide how much leeway a president has on policy that hasn't been specifically spelled out by Congress. CBS News' John Dickerson speaks with James Romoser, editor of SCOTUSblog, about the facts of this case.
Don't sleep on the upcoming Republican National Committee chair campaign, says Mike Lindell. The MyPillow CEO whose cause célèbre in recent years has been casting doubt about the validity of election results announced his candidacy for chair of the RNC Monday. Lindell, who made the announcement on an...
Washington — Lawmakers are returning to Washington this week for the final sprint before the end of the 117th Congress, and the House and Senate face a laundry list of legislative items before the year's end, ranging from a must-pass bill to keep federal agencies operating to a plan to reform how Congress counts electoral votes.
CBS News senior foreign correspondent Elizabeth Palmer reports on the unprecedented protests in China over the government's strict "zero COVID" policy. Then Dan Mattingly, an assistant professor of political science at Yale University, joins Vladimir Duthiers and Errol Barnett to discuss what it means for Chinese President Xi Jinping.
House Republicans will have a narrower majority than they had anticipated and because of that, House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy may find he has a more difficult road to be House speaker. Already, a handful of Republicans have announced they will vote against McCarthy's bid to be speaker. He easily...
Five defendants accused of seditious conspiracy in the January 6, 2021 attack on the U.S. Capitol are awaiting their fate as the jury deliberates. CBS News legal contributor Jessica Levinson joins CBS News to discuss the trial.
Native Americans disproportionately go missing, data show — and federal authorities are the ones who investigate
When tragedy strikes and a Native American is murdered or disappears on one of the 324 federally recognized reservations across the country, the majority of these cases are within federal jurisdiction, requiring federal law enforcement to investigate. And statistics show these communities see a disproportionate amount of violence and missing...