October 25th @ 9:35 PM GMT (3.4 hr ago)
CBS News Longtime Alaskan congressman says he's sorry for implying that friends and family of suicide victims bear some blame (Politics)
October 25th @ 8:02 PM GMT (5 hr ago)
CBS News John Dickerson: The next time a budget deal collapses, you can thank election year attacks for making politicians so risk-averse (Politics)
October 25th @ 7:46 PM GMT (5.2 hr ago)
AP New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie returned to Iowa on Saturday to headline one of the biggest events on the state's political calendar and seize the chance to meet with Republican activists and fundraisers who could propel a potential Whi (Politics)
October 25th @ 7:43 PM GMT (5.3 hr ago)
CBS News Same-sex marriages are now federally recognized in 32 states plus the District of Columbia (Politics)
October 25th @ 6:58 PM GMT (6 hr ago)
CBS News President Obama notes that all seven Americans treated for the virus have survived, and he commends New York's steady response to a new diagnosis. (Politics)
October 25th @ 6:58 PM GMT (6 hr ago)
CBS News Texas Republican congressional candidate Will Hurd says Washington doesn't need more politicians who vote ''in lock step'' with President Obama. (Politics)
October 25th @ 6:48 PM GMT (6.2 hr ago)
CBS News The Woodhouse brothers are political operatives as partisan as they come -- and they're opposite sides. The brothers join ''CBS This Morning: Saturday'' to discuss their opposing political views and the upcoming midterm elections. Visit <a href= ''www.woodhouseDivided.com''>WoodhouseDivided.com</a> for more on the brothers. (Politics)
October 25th @ 6:47 PM GMT (6.2 hr ago)
October 25th @ 6:44 PM GMT (6.3 hr ago)
CBS News Two years after Colorado voted to allow retail sales of marijuana, Gov. John Hickenlooper and his Republican opponent Bob Beauprez, don't have much nice to say about their state's famous issue. Could legal weed affect the race's outcome? Alexander Trowbridge reports. (Politics)
October 25th @ 6:42 PM GMT (6.3 hr ago)
Yahoo! Israeli police clashed with Palestinians in east Jerusalem on Saturday and braced for more ahead of the funeral of a Palestinian driver who drove into a crowd, killing an Israeli baby. Police were ''ready for anything'' Saturday after disturbances in Arab east Jerusalem prompted four arrests overnight, spokeswoman Luba Samri told AFP. Police branded as a ''terror attack'' an incident Wednesday in which Abdelrahman Shaludi, 21, from east Jerusalem's flashpoint Silwan neighbourhood d... (Politics)
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