Keller @ Large: Babies Now Allowed On Senate FloorApproval for Senate Resolution 463, authorizing a senator to bring a young son or daughter onto the floor during votes, was unanimous.
Police Officer Murder Renews Calls For Death Penalty In MassachusettsThe killing of a police officer has some calling for the reinstatement of the death penalty for the murder of law enforcement officers.
Former First Lady Barbara Bush Dies At Age 92Former first lady Barbara Bush has died. She was 92.
Keller @ Large: Tom Brady's Struggle For Work-Life BalanceJon says Tom Brady isn’t the first person to struggle with work-life balance.
Keller @ Large: No Action On Irresponsible Opioid DistributorsA bill introduced in December to repeal restrictions on the DEA's ability to crack down on irresponsible distributors has stalled.
Keller @ Large: Necco's Potential Demise Sparks Candy NostalgiaCould the Necco wafer be on the verge of extinction? It has Jon Keller talking about candy.
Fidel Castro on Face the Nation in 1959'Face the Nation' sat down with Fidel Castro, the then-revolutionary leader, in Cuba on January 11, 1959.
Can President Trump fire special counsel Mueller?CBS News correspondent Paula Reid joins moderator Margaret Brennan to break down the FBI raid on Michael Cohen's home and offices and the developments in the Mueller probe.
Sen. Kaine will vote against Mike Pompeo as Secretary of StateSen. Tim Kaine, D-Virginia, joins moderator Margaret Brennan to discuss the role of Congress in deciding military action in Syria and Mike Pompeo's confirmation hearing to be secretary of state.
Amb. Haley says military strikes set Syria's chemical weapons program back yearsU.S. Ambassador to the United Nations Nikki Haley joins moderator Margaret Brennan to discuss why the administration decided to conduct military strikes in Syria and the message sent to Iran and Russia.