February 2016 Headlines
Donald Trump’s Silent Majority was extremely vocal Tuesday night in New Hampshire. It was also an excellent night for Ted Cruz.
Primary polls closed Tuesday in New Hampshire, with Republican Donald Trump and Democrat Bernie Sanders coming out on top.
The federal government is relying on archaic computers systems to protect reams of critical data from cyberattacks, President Barack Obama warned Tuesday as he announced a new, centralized effort to boost cybersecurity.
Tuesday, New Hampshire gets its turn to cast votes in the presidential race. Donald Trump hopes to take control on the Republican side and Bernie Sanders could register his first victory against Hillary Clinton.
The Iowa caucuses may have only muddied the waters in the presidential race, but they did almost definitively decide one thing: the next president will not be a governor.
The curtain is about to go up on the New Hampshire primary as voters get ready to head to the polls Tuesday.
GOP presidential candidates faced off another spirited debate, Saturday night, just three days before the New Hampshire primary.
Presidential candidate Jeb Bush is pulling out all the stops in New Hampshire. And on this day that meant his famous, feisty mother Barbara.
Democratic presidential candidates Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders clashed in their final debate before the New Hampshire primary, as a new poll shows Marco Rubio gaining ground on Donald Trump.
Government leaders mixed with clergy for the 64th National Prayer Breakfast Thursday morning. What's unexpectedly fun is how funny these events can be.
Democratic presidential candidates are fighting over who's the true liberal candidate, as Republican candidates bicker over tactics used by the Cruz camp in Iowa.
For most of American history, the conventional wisdom has been that religion is too private a matter to ask a political candidate about. Find out why best-selling author Stephen Mansfield says we cannot afford to avoid that question.
Rick Santorum has suspended his 2016 presidential bid, according to multiple media outlets.
Rand Paul is dropping out of the 2016 race for president.
Republican lawmakers launched another effort to repeal President Barack Obama's signature healthcare law Tuesday, despite having no chance of succeeding.
Many members of Congress say they fight for religious freedom, but when it comes to voting, they're not always there to stand up and be counted. Now, there's a tool that may put their feet to the fire.
Sen. Marco Rubio's passionate profession of faith before a meeting of Iowa pastors last Fall played a big role in his surprisingly strong showing in the Iowa Caucus Monday night.
Ted Cruz, Donald Trump and Marco Rubio can all lay claims to frontrunner status and paths to victory.
Watch our Brody File team talk to Catherine Frazier with the Cruz campaign.
Supporters of Donald Trump react to his defeat. Watch our Brody file interviews.
Ted Cruz came out on top in the Republican presidential caucuses in Iowa, passing front-runner Donald Trump who had been predicted to win from exit polls.
Some of the biggest names in media and Hollywood have hit the campaign trail ahead of Monday night's Iowa caucus and are lending their support in the form of endorsements. CBN News is taking a look at who is backing whom.
It's finally here: The Iowa caucus has arrived. It's expected to be a close affair between both Republican and Democratic presidential candidates.