No Senate Vote To End Government Shutdown Coming Until Noon MondayDemocrats and Republicans in Congress went on feuding Sunday, and a vote to end a government shutdown will not be happening until noon Monday.
Trump Rolls Back Mandate Requiring Employers To Provide Birth Control CoverageTrump issued a new set of rules Friday that allows employers to opt-out of providing certain contraceptive coverage to women if they object on moral or religious grounds.
More Consumers Affected As Scope Of Equifax Security Breach GrowsCredit report company Equifax said Monday that an additional 2.5 million Americans may have been affected by the massive security breach of its systems, bringing the total to 145.5 million people who had their personal information accessed or stolen.
Hurricane Harvey Makes Landfall Along Texas Coast As Category 4 StormThe eye made landfall around 10 p.m. Friday about 30 mph east-northeast of Corpus Christi between Port Aransas and Port O'Connor, Texas, bringing with it 130 mph sustained winds and flooding rains.
'She Wanted To Put Down Hate:' Mourners Honor Charlottesville Victim At Memorial ServiceMourners are honoring the life of Heather Heyer, the 32-year-old woman killed over the weekend when a car rammed into a group of protesters demonstrating against white supremacists in Charlottesville, Virginia.
CBS News Poll Finds Many Americans Worried About North KoreaThe CBS News poll found 72 percent of Americans are uneasy about a possible conflict with North Korea.
All-Girl High School Robotics Team From Afghanistan Competing Against The Odds In D.C.As CBS News' Weijia Jiang reports, the group of students from the Middle East showed off their ball-sorting creation in Washington, D.C. in what's known as the Olympics of robotics -- But the team almost didn't make it.
Gyms Offering Fitness Programs Designed For People With DisabilitiesStaying active is critical for many patients left disabled by life-changing accidents or by a painful health disorder.
Supreme Court Agrees To Review Trump Travel Ban, Which Resumes ThursdayThe U.S. Supreme Court has decided to hear arguments on President Donald Trump's controversial travel ban targeting six Muslim-majority countries.
Sessions Defends Decision To Recuse Himself From Russia InvestigationSessions is testifying before the Senate Intelligence Committee about his role in the Trump campaign and his decision to recuse himself, as well as responding to former FBI Director James Comey’s earlier testimony.
Authorities: Shots Fired During Vehicle Stop At Capitol Hill, Driver In CustodyShots were fired, but the incident appeared to be criminal in nature with "no nexus to terrorism," said Capitol Police spokeswoman Eva Malecki
What Will Melania Trump Wear To The Inaugural Ball?Melania Trump has strutted on runways and graced magazine covers as a former model, but her latest fashion challenge may be the most daunting yet -- choosing an inaugural ballgown.
Driving On Less Than 5 Hours Sleep Poses Same Risk As Driving Drunk, AAA Study FindsAccording to a new AAA study, crash risks are nearly doubled for drivers who get less than the recommended seven hours of sleep per night, with a nearly 400 percent increase for those who missed two to three hours of sleep.
Police: Man Who Fired Assault Rifle Inside DC Pizzeria Over Fake Hillary Clinton Sex Ring Story Due In CourtA man who fired a rifle inside a pizzeria in the nation's capital while investigating a fake news story about Hillary Clinton running a child sex ring is expected to appear in court Monday afternoon.
Castro's Remains Laid To Rest In CubaAfter nine days of national mourning, former Cuban President Fidel Castro was laid to rest Sunday.