Why John Roberts Flip-Flopped On 'Obamacare'

When CBS News broke the story that U.S. Chief Justice John Roberts had first decided to vote with his fellow Supreme Court conservatives on so-called Obamacare and then changed his mind, it led to huge questions, not only about him but also about his motivations.

John Roberts Flip-Flopped On Health-Care Law Decision: CBS

U.S. Chief Justice John Roberts was originally set to vote with the Supreme Court's conservative justices to strike down the Affordable Care Act, CBS News reported. However, he changed his mind about a month ago to join the court's liberal justices in mostly upholding the constitutionality of the law.

US Refuses Issa Request To Observe Asia Trade Talks

U.S. trade officials on Thursday told a Republican lawmaker at the center of a legal fight with the Obama administration he cannot sit in on trade talks next week in San Diego between the United States and other countries in the Asia-Pacific region.

Holder Contempt Vote: What?s Next?

It now falls to the U.S. attorney for the District of Columbia to send the contempt citation to a grand jury, an unlikely outcome. Here's what might happen instead.