September 2014 Headlines
The Senate followed the House in giving President Barack Obama the green light to help Syrian rebels fight ISIS. However, there are still questions and skepticism about how, or if, the president's plan will work.
Speaking before a Senate panel, Secretary of State John Kerry repeated the president's assertion that U.S. ground forces will not go into combat against the Islamic State. His words were met with skepticism.
Outraged lawmakers and pro-life leaders gathered outside the U.S. Capitol building Thursday to demand Congress put an end to Obamacare's massive funding of health care plans that pay for abortions
The Obamacare website still has major security flaws that put users' private information at risk, according to a new nonpartisan report.
A special congressional investigation into the September 11, 2012 attack on the U.S. Consulate in Benghazi, Libya, begins Wednesday.
The president has often threatened that if Congress won't pass laws he wants, he'll act on his own. He's made good on that threat so often, protests are rising that he's throwing the U.S. constitutional system off-balance.
CBN News has obtained letters from several potential GOP presidential candidates backing a controversial bill that would ban abortions in America after 20 weeks.
A new government report confirms what pro-life advocates have long feared: President Barack Obama's signature health care reform law allows for taxpayer-funded abortions.
Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton appears to be once again ramping up for a race for the White House.
A group of Middle Eastern Christians booed Sen. Ted Cruz, R-Texas, off the stage after speaking in support of Israel at an event in Washington, D.C.
A House Homeland Security subcommittee held a hearing Wednesday to determine the threat posed by ISIS to the United States.
President Barack Obama addressed Americans Wednesday night increasingly concerned about the threat Islamic State militants are posing in the Middle East and about their commander in chief's ability to face it.
Indiana and Wisconsin have both asked the U.S. Supreme Court to decide on whether gay marriage should be legal in all 50 states.
President Barack Obama will address the nation Wednesday night, making his case to take agressive measures to "degrade and defeat" ISIS.
The 9th Circuit Court of Appeals court in San Francisco is hearing arguments this week over whether gay marriage will harm children.
Catholic Missouri lawmaker Paul Wieland is continuing the fight against Obamacare's birth control mandate.
Churches and groups of different denominations in Utah are asking the Supreme Court to settle whether states can outlaw gay marriage.
The Internal Revenue Service says it has lost more emails, this time from five more employees who are also part of the congressional investigations into the Tea Party targeting scandal.
President Barack Obama is facing harsh criticism from liberals and conservatives over his decision to delay executive action on immigration until after the midterm elections.
As Congress gets back to work, the House welcomes new Republican Majority Leader Kevin McCarthy. The self-described 'happy conservative' is determined to change Washington with grit and a smile.
The Wall Street Journal reports someone hacked into part of Obamacare's HealthCare.gov website and uploaded malicious software.
It's the worst case scenario for former Virginia Gov. Bob McDonnell and his wife Maureen. A jury found the couple guilty Thursday of corruption, fraud and bribery -- basically selling their authority for personal gain.
Many small companies that do business online are worried a plan working its way through Congress could force them to shut down. Supporters of the plan say it "levels the playing field."
Senator Ted Cruz, R-Texas, was among the keynote speakers at a Texas-Americans for Prosperity Summit over the holiday weekend.