Supreme Court's next same-sex marriage move: Sooner or later?
The stage is set for the Supreme Court to take up another same-sex marriage case, but when will they act?
Supreme Court delays start of early voting in Ohio
The state's Republican officials have been trying to cut the number of days for early voting
Chris Christie, Michelle Obama bring star power to Wisconsin
The pair campaigned for their party's candidates in the close gubernatorial race
Fence-jumper made it farther into WH than Secret Service let on
The intruder was not stopped inside the North Portico doors, as the Secret Service said on the night of the security breach, CBS News has learned
Will Democrats have to put a Senate candidate on the Kansas ballot?
Democrats have ceded a spot on the ballot with the aim of helping an independent win, but a court case could scramble that strategy
Rep. Paul Ryan: Obama's ISIS strategy the "right policy"
Wisconsin congressman says there were "a couple of colossal mistakes" in Obama's policy that led to ISIS emergence
This year's Mitt Romney
John Dickerson: Once a GOP White Knight decides to run for president, the party turns on him; Romney knows that better than anyone
Eyeing a presidential bid, Ben Carson warns of anarchy in the U.S.
The former neurosurgeon says he feels called to fix the country
Once denied entry into U.S., new Indian Prime Minister heads to White House
Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi meets with Obama this week amid strained U.S.-Indian relations
Iowa's Senate candidates on the attack in first debate
Democrat Bruce Braley, who's trailing in a new poll, tangled with Republican Joni Ernst