A recap of latest polls and data-driven studies from the CBS News Election & Survey Unit
The late Justice John Paul Stevens is lying in repose
Shinzo Abe says he wants to learn more about Washington's intentions before deciding if or how Japan can cooperate
The governor of Puerto Rico says he's not stepping down right now, despite days of protests. Governor Ricardo Rosselló announced Sunday night he will not seek re-election, but stopped short of resigning. He faces backlash after details of an obscenity-laced online chat involving him became public. David Begnaud reports.
HHS had formally notified taxpayer-funded family planning clinics last week that it would begin immediately enforcing a rule saying the clinics can't refer women for abortions
"I recognize that apologizing is not sufficient," Rosselló said in a livestream on social media
In an interview on "The Takeout," Vice President Mike Pence reassured the space community with the administration's strong support for a "moon-first" policy
The vice president nevertheless said "millions of Americans share the president's frustration" about four Democratic congresswomen
The celebrations of Apollo 11's historic feat are happening all across America. In Florida, Vice President Mike Pence attended a ceremony at the Kennedy Space center. Major Garret sat down with him shortly after to discuss President Trump’s plan to revive human exploration in space.
Erica Thomas, a Georgia state representative who is nine months pregnant, says she was "verbally attacked" at a grocery store
The platinum-selling, Grammy-nominated artist has been in custody since early this month over an alleged fight
Bob Cusak, editor-in-chief of The Hill, joins "CBS This Morning Saturday" to discuss President Trump's feud with Rep. Ilhan Omar and how it will impact swing voters. Cusak also discussed what Democrats are hoping to get out of Special Counsel Robert Mueller's upcoming testimony.