According to Politico, the FBI probed an incident involving several congressmen on a trip to Israel, including Kansas Rep. Kevin Yoder, who was skinny dipping.
Presumptive GOP vice-presidential candidate Paul Ryan campaigned with his 78-year-old mother, Betty Douglass, and said Medicare would not change for people like her. CBS News' Jan Crawford reports.
Police and politicians are trying to come to grips with the Supreme Court's decision on Arizona's controversial immigration law, including the three provisions that were struck down. Jan Crawford reports.
Former Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice talks to Charlie Rose about the possibility of running as Mitt Romney's running mate.
Does the Supreme Court's decision on the Arizona immigration law help or hurt President Obama and Mitt Romney? CBS News political director John Dickerson speaks to Charlie Rose and Erica Hill about the law and how the provision changes will impact campaign 2012.
At the trial of former Sen. John Edwards, Cheri Young, the wife of Edwards' former campaign aide Andrew Young, faced grilling from defense attorneys, who suggested she and her husband were interested in making money. CBS News correspondent Anna Werner reports.
According to a CBS News/New York Times poll, 46 percent of registered voters say they'll vote for the president. The same number say they'll vote for Romney. Erica Hill reports.
America's so-called "most powerful undergrad," South Dakota Rep. Kristi Noem, finally finished college. Whit Johnson reports on Noem's unconventional story as a lawmaker and a graduate.
Socialist Francois Hollande defeated conservative incumbent Nicolas Sarkozy to become France's next president. CBS News correspondent Mark Phillips reports.
President Obama and First Lady Michelle Obama speak to Charlie Rose about his bipartisan expectations in 2008, what his mistakes have been over the past four years, and how he plans to "break the fever" in Washington.
President Obama tells Charlie Rose he is "happily surprised" about how his presidency has strengthened his marriage with First Lady Michelle Obama.
Republicans continue to attack President Obama over the country's debt, while Democrats describe Mitt Romney as out of touch with the financial problems of most Americans. CBS News political correspondent Jan Crawford reports.
Sources tell CBS News that lawmakers will take the first formal step toward charging Attorney General Eric Holder with contempt of Congress. Republicans on the House Oversight Committee accuse Holder of obstructing their investigation in to the "Fast and Furious" gunwalking operation. Erica Hill reports.
CBS News chief Washington correspondent and "Face the Nation" host Bob Schieffer offers analysis of Newt Gingrich's time in the GOP presidential contest.
The mother of Rep. Jesse Jackson Jr. (D-Ill.) said her son has suffered through "enormous disappointment" and needs time to heal. Jackson has been on medical leave from Congress, at an undisclosed location, recovering from what his staff describes as a mood disorder. Norah O'Donnell reports.
Secretary of State Hillary Clinton is in Israel for pivotal discussions on the Middle East. CBS News' Margaret Brennan reports on Clinton's meeting with Shimon Peres and the crowd of angry protesters she encountered during her visit to Egypt.