Amy Schumer has issued a sarcastic apology days after some people walked out of a Tampa, Florida, show in which she criticized Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump.
North Carolina's gubernatorial candidates clashed Tuesday in a live televised debate over the state's economy, coal ash pits and a law signed by Republican Gov. Pat McCrory that prompted a national uproar over its impact on LGBT people.
Gerald Seib, Washington bureau chief for the Wall Street Journal, joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton's latest strategies.
Former Red Sox pitcher Curt Schilling announced plans on Tuesday to run against Elizabeth Warren in the U.S. Senate if his wife agrees.
Just when you thought the presidential race couldn't get any uglier.
Apple CEO Tim Cook, who is openly gay, was apparently on Hillary Clinton's shortlist of vice presidential candidates.
Already enjoying its best ratings in eight years with politically charged comedy, "Saturday Night Live" got something even more beneficial with Donald Trump's potshots - validation.
Stars of Hollywood and Broadway - including Julia Roberts, Jake Gyllenhaal, Sarah Jessica Parker, Matthew Broderick, Hugh Jackman, Emily Blunt, Neil Patrick Harris and Helen Mirren - put on a splashy fundraiser for Hillary Clinton.
Hillary Clinton was always expected to get a late-campaign enthusiasm boost from the White House. The surprise is that it's not coming from the president.
Mario Batali is cooking up an extravagant Italian feast for 400 on the South Lawn.