Poll: Martha Coakley approaching another big loss in Massachusetts
Coakley, a Democrat running for governor, has fallen short in a closely-watched statewide contest before
Scott Brown talks "rational fear" of Ebola in New Hampshire debate
The Republican senate candidate criticizes Obama's handling of the virus, but his opponent, Sen. Jeanne Shaheen, says Brown is "fear-mongering"
Gov. Cuomo on plan to fight Ebola in New York
New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss how the state will handle Ebola, now that there is a confirmed case.
Do Latino voters matter in the midterm election?
Where will Hispanic voters can really make a difference in 2014?
Rand Paul calls for restraint in U.S. military engagement
Kentucky senator and potential 2016 GOP presidential candidate outlines foreign policy vision
Rand Paul details vision for foreign policy
In what's being called his first comprehensive foreign policy statement, the potential 2016 GOP presidential candidate explains four main principles that guide his views
Secret Service tweets photos of dogs assaulted by fence jumper
How the Secret Service described Hurricane and Jordan, the dogs that chased down the latest White House intruder
Iowa Republican Joni Ernst approaches Election Day on her own terms
Ernst cancels interview with Iowa's largest newspaper and unveils a new ad calling to mind an earlier spot about castrating hogs
Alaska Sen. Mark Begich: I voted for Obama, but that's "irrelevant"
Asked if he voted for the president, Begich decided on candor after seeing another Democrat in a red state struggle with the question
Holder "exasperated" about Ferguson investigation leaks
Attorney general reacts to details from federal civil rights investigation into Michael Brown shooting appearing in media reports