Add to EJ Playlist New York Giants' Tom Coughlin coached Congress on how to work with the other team in remarks in Washington, D.C. on Friday. President Obama welcomed the New York Giants to the White House to commemorate the Super Bowl win.
Add to EJ Playlist President Obama on Wednesday signed into law the STOCK Act, a bipartisan bill designed to stop so-called "congressional insider trading." The president hailed the law as a "good and necessary" step in the fight against corruption and the influence of money in politics.
Add to EJ Playlist Rep. Gabrielle Giffords' last act as Congresswoman of her Tucson, Ariz. district was a quiet stroll through a food bank named in her honor, The Gabrielle Giffords Family Assistance Center. The food bank was created with donations given in Giffords' name. (no audio)
Add to EJ Playlist Only 26 of the nation's 363 metropolitan areas recovered their lost jobs by the end of 2011, making jobs and the economy the main topics at this week's U.S. Conference of Mayors. Los Angeles Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa tells Bob Schieffer what he thinks Congress should do to address the jobs situation.
Add to EJ Playlist After three years of studying the impact of the proposed Keystone pipeline, President Obama said no. Wyatt Andrews reports on why the president shot down the project and the anger his decision is inciting in Republicans.
Add to EJ Playlist President Obama's approval rating has been hovering in the mid-forty's for the past year. Bill Plante reports on a new CBS News/New York Times poll that shows Mr. Obama's approval rating hasn't change very much.
Add to EJ Playlist Michelle Obama acknowledged in an interview with "CBS This Morning" co-host Gayle King she does not like the image some people have painted of her. She also dismissed reports of tension between her and the president's staff, reports Norah O'Donnell.
Add to EJ Playlist U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton said on Wednesday that Iran's threats to close the Strait of Hormuz were provocative and dangerous. She also denied the U.S. had any role in the killing of an Iranian scientist.
Add to EJ Playlist First Lady Michelle Obama speaks to "CBS This Morning" co-host Gayle King about her campaign advice for President Obama, adjusting to her role in the White House, and how she addresses public opinion of her husband's presidency.
Add to EJ Playlist Over and over again political seers wind up looking like fools because they assume that "what's past is prologue," but as Jeff Greenfield explains, just because something has not happened before doesn't mean it won't happen.
Add to EJ Playlist Charisma. You either have it or you don't, right? Susan Spencer sought out to see if charisma can actually be defined by a concrete formula and if it can be taught to those less "gifted."
Add to EJ Playlist What is President Obama's plan of action to win over Iowa voters? Democratic consultant and former Deputy White House Communications Director Jenn Psaki discusses President Obama's campaign.
Add to EJ Playlist President Obama on Monday, marked the end of the war in Iraq with an appearance with Iraqi Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki, saying U.S. troops leave with their "heads held high." These are his remarks in full.
Add to EJ Playlist Supreme Court Justice Stephen Breyer joins Erica Hill and Chris Wragge to talk about his book, "Making Our Democracy Work." He discussed why Americans need High Court decisions, and whether politics plays a role in them.
Add to EJ Playlist President Obama told "60 Minutes" it doesn't matter who the Republican nominee is, because they all believe the same thing. CBS News senior White House correspondent Bill Plante reports.
Add to EJ Playlist The White House is opposing a Senate bill that would require foreign terrorism suspects captured in the U.S. to be prosecuted by the Military instead of civilian courts. Bob Orr reports.