The painter behind President Clinton's portrait says there's a hidden message. CBSN's Elaine Quijano reports on it.
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New reports raise questions about the way FEMA oversaw private insurance companies following Superstorm Sandy, senators say
Presidential hopeful is backtracking on some statements he made on immigration. CBSN's Vladimir Duthiers and Elaine Quijano report on the critics who say he's flip-flopping.
The Israeli prime minister, addressing the largest pro-Israel lobby in the U.S., said some have "misperceived" his Washington visit as "a partisan issue"
After a stop in South Carolina this week, there will be just two states that Obama hasn't visited while in office
As his team lines up campaign staff and donors, Florida's GOP senator could announce a bid as early as April
On his way to hammer out details of nuclear agreement with Iran, top U.S. diplomat has a loosely-veiled warning for Israeli leader
A CBS News investigation looks at how hard it is for the U.S. government to discipline or fire employees who behave badly. At the Environmental Protection Agency, red tape is preventing the removal of a top level employee accused of viewing porn two to six hours a day while at work since 2010. Don Dahler reports on how civil service rules meant to protect pu
Republicans on Capitol Hill are trying again to avoid a shutdown at the Department of Homeland Security. Congress had approved a one-week extension after a compromise plan fell through. Nancy Cordes reports on how dozens of GOP members are using the DHS budget to fight immigration reform
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu is in Washington preparing for Tuesday night's controversial speech to Congress. Netanyahu is running for re-election, and his angry disagreements with President Obama over a possible nuclear deal with Iran are at the center of that campaign. Major Garrett reports on how a historically bipartisan U.S.-Israeli re