March 2010 Headlines
President Barack Obama announced Wednesday that he will allow oil drilling 50 miles off Virginia's shoreline.
The Obama administration now includes a controversial lesbian law professor who says sexual freedom is more important than religious liberty.
President Barack Obama has signed a law that finalizes his health care overhaul and makes the government the issuer of all federal college loans.
As Americans prepare to file their income tax returns, some analysts are warning about the taxes people will be paying for the reforms in the new law.
On this week's Brody File show, CBN News talks with Sen. John McCain's opponent in the Republican primary-- former congressman and talk radio host J.D. Hayworth.
Partisan tensions are riding high in Washington after President Obama bypassed the vacationing Senate to make 15 recess appointments on Saturday.
If you don't have a doctor, you better find one fast. The new health care law is expected to bring in millions of new patients, making it harder to find a physician.
All U.S. government employees could soon be required to have a national identification card.
Former Vice Presidential candidate Sarah Palin rallied conservative activists in Nevada over the weekend.
Sen. John McCain and Sarah Palin are together again and on the campaign trail to defend McCain's Senate seat.
Taliban operatives are being trained in Iran as well as Afghanistan, according to U.S. officials, CNN reported.
Part two of the health care reform law has passed Congress, sending final fixes to the historic legislation to President Obama's desk for signature.
The House and Senate battled both over amendments to the health care law and the outrage caused by its passage.
When the Susan B. Anthony Foundation held its annual Campaign for Life gala Wednesday night, it did so without Rep. Bart Stupak, D-Mich.
More than a dozen states have filed lawsuits against the new health care law on the grounds that it's unconstitutional and violates states' rights.
There's not a lot that's small about New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie.
Defense Secretary Robert Gates will more carefully scrutinize gay person's rights in the military.
Abortion opponents say the order is not worth the paper it's written on, while supporters claim the president isn't living up to his pro-choice stance.
The U.S. Senate is now considering a series of so-called "fixes" to the new health care law.
On this week's Brody File show, CBN News goes one-on-one with rising Republican star Marco Rubio.
Less than two days after Congress passed President Barack Obama's sweeping health care bill, the measure already faces challenges in court.
President Obama is signing the new health care overhaul bill into law Tuesday, but the backlash has already begun with many states filing legal challenges to the bill.
U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton joins other cabinet secretaries and advisers to help Mexico in its battle against drug trafficking.
Citing declining revenue and right-wing attacks, ACORN officials announced on Monday that it will close all its offices by April 1.
Immigration is expected to be the next hot topic after health care in Washington.
Those looking for some family fun this summer need look no further than the Life and Faith Tour.
President Barack Obama got his top domestic priority passed this weekend after House Democrats narrowly approved major health care legislation.
Activists say they're tired of waiting for President Barack Obama to keep his pledge to change immigration laws.
Voters have been gathering in Washington, D.C., all week to protest health care reform legislation being worked out on Capitol Hill.
President Obama's massive health care overhaul plan passed the House, Sunday, in a dramatic pull of last-minutes votes that rallied liberals and angered GOP opponents and pro-life groups.
Thousands of immigration reform activists are planning a rally Sunday on Washington, D.C.'s National Mall.
There's no denying that Americans are mad at Washington. Radio talk show host Janet Parshall discusses what's up with Congress over health care.
Part of the controversial health care reform bill could change how students get loans for college.
The weak economy and the battle over health care are taking their toll on President Barack Obama and Congress's popularity.
Republicans warn the bill is far too expensive and will hurt the economy while Democrats say the measure will give coverage to those who need it.
Strengthening abortion funding language could buy Democrats more health care votes, but opponents still have doubts and are fighting to have their voices heard.
Lawsuits against the federal government are expected if Congress passes health care reform.
President Barack Obama signed a new jobs bill on Thursday. It's the first of several pieces of jobs legislation promised by Democratic lawmakers.
President Obama has postponed his trip to Asia for a second time to focus on health care reform, as Congress prepares for what may be the biggest vote they will ever cast.
Reporters and politicians took a break from the tense health care debate to share a few laughs at the Radio and TV Correspondents' Dinner in Wednesday.
Will Democrats lose control of the House because of their big government agenda, and will voters trust Republicans after being put off the last few years?
Idaho became the first state to pass legislation aimed at defeating a congressional proposal requiring citizens to buy federal health insurance.
As Democrats pressure wavering lawmakers to throw their support behind health care legislation, Rep. Dennis Kucinich announced he'll now vote yes for the bill.
As the maneuvering goes on inside the U.S. Capitol to pass health care reform, protestors are raising their voices even more.
The Obama administration wants to do away with parts of the "No Child Left Behind" law started under former President George W. Bush.
It's the first of several election-year job bills promised by Democratic lawmakers.
Al-Qaeda chief Osama bin Laden will never face trial in the U.S. because he will never be captured alive, Attorney General Eric Holder said.
Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke plans to wage a fresh battle against scaling back the Fed's role in supervising the nation's banks.
President Barack Obama promised to make government more open, but it does not appear to be happening.
President Obama and the Democratic congressional leadership are pushing hard to get undecided members of Congress to vote for the health care reform bill.
Republican and Democrat Congressmen spoke out against the Obama administration's denunciation against Israel.
In the liberal state of Hawaii, Duke Aiona is running to be the next governor, but also taking a public stand for Jesus.
Democratic Sen. Chris Dodd is proposing a new plan to regulate the country's largest banks and financial institutions.
On this week's edition of the Brody File-- House Minority Whip Eric Cantor talks about the chances of a 2010 GOP comeback in the House.
It's crunch-time for Democrats trying to pass health care reform. House leaders admit they don't have the votes yet, but are certain the bill will pass.
President Barack Obama is promising parents and their kids that with his administration's help they will have better teachers in improved schools .
A campus group called Students for Life is working hard to make sure abortion funding doesn't get a major boost from health care reform.
President Obama is waiting on House Democrats who, after another day of closed-door meetings, still have not ironed out a final reform plan.
Sen. Harry Reid's, D-Nev., wife and daughter are recovering from injuries they suffered in a four-vehicle crash on Thursday.
A prayer by a Muslim leader this week before the Virginia House of Delegates sparked controversy and a protest.
Eric Cantor sent a letter to Defense Secretary Robert Gates asking for an explanation to the rescinded prayer luncheon invitation to Tony Perkins.
Democrats claimed momentum Wednesday in their drive to enact the sweeping health care legislation sought by President Barack Obama.
Former Christian Coalition head Ralph Reed will not campaign for the congressional seat of retiring Rep. John Linder of Georgia.
Haiti's president Rene Preval met with President Barack Obama Wednesday to discuss how best to rebuild his country.
President Obama's Advisory Council on Faith-Based and Neighborhood Partnerships are scheduled to present policy recommendations to him on Tuesday.
Retiring Democratic Congressman Eric Mass from New York is taking aim at the Obama administration -- and the health care debate is part of the fire storm.
A Democrat and Republican have joined to introduce a bill aimed at preventing oppressive Internet regulations around the globe.
The Democrats have just a week to pass health care reform. That's the deadline President Obama has given to Congress. Republicans say the bill is just too expensive.
President Barack Obama nominated Maj.-Gen. (ret.) Robert A. Harding to head the Transportation Security Administration.
Less than two weeks-- that's how long Democrats in Congress have to meet President Obama's deadline to pass health care reform.
On this week's edition of The Brody File -- an interview with the man who wants to replace all 435 members of Congress. Learn about Tim Cox's plan.
A new poll suggests pro-life Democrats in Congress might well lose their job if they back any kind of health care bill that funds abortion.
Some political analysts predict Democrats may be in danger of losing not just the House but even the Senate this fall.
Oklahoma came one step closer Thursday to offering elective Bible courses in public schools courtesy of the state Senate.
Although the Senate has drawn attention for preparing to pass a controversial health care bill with a simple majority, the real fight is shaping up among Democrats.
Publisher HarperCollins says the still untitled book will focus on Palin's political and spiritual values.
The trial of 9/11 mastermind Khalid Sheik Mohammed and four other terror suspects could be still be held in a military tribunal.
Turkey recalled its U.S. envoy after a U.S. congressional committee approved a resolution acknowledging the Armenian genocide.
U.S. Rep. William Delahunt announced that he will not seek an eighth term in Congress.
Influential black leaders in New York City said Thursday night that they believe Gov. David Paterson should stay in office.
A group of pro-life lawmakers from within his own party are threatening to vote "no" unless abortion funding is banned in the bill.
They're called presidential "advisers." But critics call them "czars" -- presidential appointees who carry a great deal of clout in an administration.
Former President George W. Bush says he turned to his faith when faced with tough times during his White House years.
Imam Abdullah Antepli is the Muslim chaplain at Duke University in North Carolina and served as guest chaplain in the House on Wednesday.
In a bold move, the president called on Congress to vote his latest health care measure up or down. But even some Democrats are leery of the new plan.
The Obama administration's tough targets for cutting greenhouse gas emissions could hit Americans right in the pocketbook.
The Oklahoma House of Representatives approved a measure Tuesday requiring doctors to show women an ultrasound before they get an abortion.
Sen. Joe Lieberman and Democrats on the Senate Armed Services Committee have introduced legislation on Capitol Hill to repeal "Don't Ask, Don't Tell."
President Obama is now urging Congress to use a controversial strategy that will deny Republicans the chance of a filibuster.
Some are calling it the "late night primary" as two Republican favorites for the 2012 presidential race battled it out for laughs this week.
Rep. Charlie Rangel announced that he was stepping down as chairman so his colleagues wouldn't have to defend him during their elections. He refused to answer reporter questions.
The president is proposing yet another version of health care reform. Democrats say it's an attempt to incorporate Republican ideas, but the GOP disagrees.
The Supreme Court is refusing to intervene in Washington, D.C.'s new gay marriage law, which goes into effect Wednesday.
President Obama is unveiling his revised blueprint for health care reform Wednesday.
Texas Gov. Rick Perry tapped into a rising wave of anti-Washington ire and rode it to an easy Republican primary win over Sen. Kay Bailey Hutchison.
The Senate passed a $10 billion measure to extend unemployment benefits and provide funding for highway programs.
Former Houston Mayor Bill White has won the Democratic nomination for Texas governor as expected. But the winner of the hard-hitting GOP race has yet to be determined.
On this week's edition of The Brody File, CBN News goes one-on-one with Minnesota Gov. Tim Pawlenty.
President Barack Obama hit the road again Tuesday to highlight details of a $6 billion proposal to create jobs and strengthen the economy.
House Majority Leader Steny Hoyer, D-Md., says tax hikes are needed to bring down the deficit.
Nine House Democrats said Monday they're willing to switch their "no" votes to "yes" votes on President Barack Obama's health care overhaul.
Former congressman Harold E. Ford, Jr., will not challenge U.S. Senator Kirsten Gillibrand in New York's September primary.
Forget being called into the principal's office, how about being called to the Oval Office?
Tuesday's Texas primary features one of the most high profile races for governor this election year.
Ralph Reed, the grassroots organizer best known for his leadership in the Christian Coalition, may run for Congress.
The Obama administration is calling for the Senate to bypass a Republican filibuster to push through its health care overhaul.
Two thousand federal transportation workers will be furloughed without pay on Monday courtesy of Sen. Jim Bunning, R-Ky.