The 21-year-old led wire-to-wire, and put on a performance for the ages in Augusta; Phil Mickelson's late rally fails to catch him
Hillary Clinton's campaign team rolled out the beginning of her run for president. John Dickerson reports on what her biggest challenge will be.
Former First Lady and Secretary of State Hillary Clinton made it official on Sunday that she is running for president in 2016 in a 2-minute video. Nancy Cordes reports from Iowa on the details of her announcement.
A witness says the small private plane went down after losing power Sunday afternoon near the Ft. Lauderdale Executive Airport
An investigation is underway in the case of a reserve deputy who shot a man to death, possibly mistaking his firearm for his taser
The Rev. Al Sharpton told people assembled at a vigil to pray for justice for the family of Walter Scott
The "Face The Nation" panelists pay tribute to host Bob Schieffer as he prepares for retirement.
David Ignatius of the Washington Post, Susan Page of USA Today, Peggy Noonan of The Wall Street Journal, John Heilemann of Bloomberg Politics and CBS News Political Director John Dickerson discuss the presidential candidacy of Sen. Rand Paul (R-Kentucky).
David Ignatius of the Washington Post, Susan Page of USA Today, Peggy Noonan of The Wall Street Journal, John Heilemann of Bloomberg Politics and CBS News Political Director John Dickerson discuss the latest details on the nuclear negotiations with Iran.
Susan Page of USA Today, Peggy Noon of the Wall Street Journal, John Heilemann of Bloomberg Politics, David Ignatius of the Washington Post, and CBS News' John Dickerson discuss the presidential prospects of Hillary Clinton and Jeb Bush in 2016, preceding Clinton's big announcement.
Police say Nyia Parler, 41, left her son alone in the woods in Philly with a blanket and a Bible to be with her boyfriend in Maryland
Republican National Committee Chairman Reince Priebus says that former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton will be bogged down by scandals, including foreign donations and her email server, as she announces her presidential campaign.
Secretary of State John Kerry pushed back against the charge from Sen. John McCain that he is “delusional” about the negotiations.
Kerry said the State Department’s inspector general is reviewing all email management.
The latest on nuclear negotiations with Iran, relations with Cuba and Hillary Clinton’s upcoming presidential announcement, with Secretary of State John Kerry, Sen. Rand Paul, Sen. Amy Klobuchar, Republican National Committeee Chairman Reince Priebus and others.
Sen. Amy Klobuchar, D-Minnesota, says Clinton has answered questions about the Clinton Foundation’s donations from foreign governments.
The Minnesota Democrat favors lifting embargo on Cuban and said Sen. John McCain may have gone too far in criticizing Kerry over the Iran negotiations .
The fact that the Clinton Foundation took money from Saudi Arabia undercuts the former secretary of state’s claims, Paul said.
Paul, who recently announced he is running for president, discussed immigration, criminal justice, the GOP’s inclusiveness and more on “Face the Nation.”
The Kentucky senator said he sincerely wants a deal on Iran’s nuclear program.