Tools
Change country:
Politics - CBSNews.com
Politics - CBSNews.com
7/25: Gottlieb, Adams, Raimondo, Lucas, Leonnig, Rucker
This week on "Face the Nation," COVID's summer surge threatens America's recovery and brings fresh urgency to the country's vaccination push.
3 h
cbsnews.com
Commerce secretary: Infrastructure deal is "what Americans want"
Raimondo acknowledged the dual-track strategy for passing both components of Mr. Biden's agenda is "unusual and complex."
6 h
cbsnews.com
Delta variant drives fourth wave of COVID-19 pandemic across the U.S.
CBS News senior correspondent Mark Strassmann reports that COVID-19 cases have spiked nearly 50% across the country.
8 h
cbsnews.com
Open: This is "Face the Nation," July 25
Today on "Face the Nation," COVID's summer surge threatens America's recovery and brings fresh urgency to the country's vaccination push.
8 h
cbsnews.com
New Capitol Police chief: Officers testifying "need to be heard"
"I think we need to pay close attention to what they're saying," said Thomas Manger, the former police chief of Montgomery County, Maryland, who was sworn into his new position on Friday.
1 d
cbsnews.com
In the Biden era, Rehoboth Beach joins the ranks of presidential retreats
Presidents tend to select vacation spots that fit their personalities.
1 d
cbsnews.com
Inside President Biden’s beachside escape
Presidential retreats have a long history in the U.S. The Kennedys had their Cape Cod compound in Massachusetts. Ronald Reagan rode horses and entertained Queen Elizabeth at his California ranch. And Donald Trump's Mar-a-Lago was considered the winter White House. Now, in the Biden era, Rehoboth Beach, Delaware, is the latest executive escape. Caitlin Huey-Burns has the details.
1 d
cbsnews.com
U.S. delegation sent to Haiti departs shortly after arrival
The White House had announced Friday morning of a delegation led by Thomas-Greenfield that would be going to Haiti to "pay respects upon the death" of Moïse, who was shot dead in his home on July 7.
2 d
cbsnews.com
Alabama governor says it's time to blame unvaccinated for COVID rise
"It's time to start blaming the unvaccinated folks, not the regular folks. It's the unvaccinated folks that are letting us down," Ivey said of COVID cases in her state.
2 d
cbsnews.com