Agency asks Congress not to end its ability to collect billions of phone and Internet records
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Flash Points: CBS News National Security Correspondent Bob Orr talks with CBS News Senior National Security Analyst Juan Zarate about the U.S. government's decision to cut off non-lethal aid to Syrian rebels due to concerns the assistance was reaching the wrong hands.
Vice President Biden tells the story of a congressional delegation to South Africa during the era of apartheid, recalling that he and black members of Congress "refused to be separated" as they exited the plane.
With the budget debates raging and congressional approval at all time lows, what are the biggest issues that American voters are concerned with? CBS News Elections Director Anthony Salvanto breaks down the poll numbers.
During a memorial service at the National Cathedral, the vice president urges to the world to learn Nelson Mandela’s lessons
The HHS secretary assured Congress that the back end of HealthCare.gov, which will automate payments to insurers, will be ready in mid-January
Vice President Biden eulogizes former South African President Nelson Mandela, who passed away last week, lauding his choice to forgive and seek reconciliation after his imprisonment, rather than seeking vengeance.
Knowing what she knows now, Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius says HealthCare.gov would have benefited from a "slower launch" with "fewer people" and "additional beta testing."
House Speaker John Boehner, R-Ohio, angrily denounced conservative groups who oppose the budget deal, saying they haven't even read the agreement and that they're "using" Republicans and the American people for their own gain.
House speaker says critics of the bipartisan compromise are “using our members and they’re using the American people”