Republicans couldn't come up with enough votes from their own party to pass their alternative to Obamacare
President Trump tried to make nice with the press Tuesday afternoon, hours after assailing CNN on Twitter
Sian Pierre Regis didn't recognize the sacrifices his single mother made for him until she got fired
"There's no senior citizen discount on effort," said Maxine Shepatin
"They can improve this bill even if they have to start over again, these Democrats should stand and challenge Republicans to negotiate with them"
On Senate GOP health care bill
Ohio Gov. John Kasich
Vito Randazzo has been suffering from severe depression for 18 years, and after nothing else worked, he turned to deep brain stimulation for help
Arnold Zenker, a 28-year-old CBS News executive who had radio experience but was never on TV, took the reins during a 13-day strike
Senate leaders delay vote on health care bill; Complaints about side effects from cosmetics on the rise.
Computers froze Tuesday at hospitals, government offices and multinational corporations -- held for ransom by cyber crooks using a program called Petya
David Martin reports that U.S. intelligence spotted activity at a suspected chemical weapons site
After half a decade of civil war, Syria's fractures may be beyond repair
"Truck drivers that are driving heads of lettuce... have to meet higher safety standards than the people that drive our children," says a transportation attorney
Most of the products that were the target of complaints are still on store shelves
The specially-built, 24-by-16-foot floor has more than 250 light compartments
U.S.-backed forces have moved into Raqqa, which ISIS considers its capital. Holly Williams is the first network correspondent to report from inside the city.
At a plant 80 miles upstream from Wilmington, North Carolina, a substance called GenX is manufactured by DuPont and Chemours
Hundreds of cases of fungal meningitis were traced to unsanitary conditions in preparing doses of steroids at New England Compounding Center
Since 2005, 82 officers have been charged, but only 29 have been convicted
At least 1,500 residents have been forced to leave their mountainside communities in Utah while they anxiously wait to find out if anything is left of their homes