September 2010 Headlines
Tim Scott says he's Republican who happens to be black. But more than anything, he's a conservative who loves to talk discipline - fiscal and otherwise.
Rahm Emanuel will resign as White House chief of staff on Friday and will begin his campaign for Chicago mayor.
Haiti has still not seen any of the financial support for rebuilding that the U.S. promised back in March.
Florida state Sen. Dan Webster is being compared to a Taliban member as his opponent seeks to paint him as a religious extremist.
Congress has recessed until after the midterm elections and have left some Americans wondering why they even came back.
In an exclusive interview with CBN News, Delaware Republican Senate candidate Christine O'Donnell said God is keeping her in the race.
A new book is giving a behind the scenes look into the White House's decisions regarding America's military operations in Afghanistan and Pakistan.
President Barack Obama wraps up a four-state tour Wednesday with stops in Des Moines, Iowa and Richmond, Va.
Bestselling author David Limbaugh joins CBN News to talk about his book, Crimes Against Liberty: An Indictment of President Barack Obama.
President Barack Obama is back in campaign mode, trying to energize his base to help Democrats keep their control of power in Washington, D.C.
White House Chief of Staff Rahm Emanuel may resign his position at the end of this week as he considers a run for the mayor of Chicago.
The White House and Democratic leaders in Congress said Sunday they would find a way to extend middle-class tax cuts after the November elections.
Voter enthusiasm remains on the side of Republicans, putting Democrats on defense with their starting line up.
Democrats have abandoned plans to vote on extending middle class tax cuts until after the midterm elections, but Pelosi said she's not ruling out the idea.
Sarah Palin is urging her supporters to oust lawmakers who come from districts she and Sen. John McCain won in 2008 and who voted for the health care overhaul.
The author of 'Obama's Wars' claims the president and his aides are deeply divided over the Afghan war, and that the exit strategy was rooted in politics.
There's a movement organized to take away the right of electing judges from the voting public.
The Republicans' new "Pledge to America" outlines the direction they will take the country if elected as the majority in Congress.
The results of a new poll shows there is more potential backlash against the Democrats in charge of Washington in this election year.
Lawrence Summers, director of the National Economic Council, said he's returning to Harvard University, after working two years in the White House.
The unpopular law has become a burden for Democrats seeking reelection -- and Republicans want to repeal it.
Senate Republicans on Tuesday moved to strip Alaska Sen. Lisa Murkowski of her post as top Republican on the Senate Energy and Natural Resources Committee
Michelle Obama will headline at least nine fundraisers in six states next month for endangered Democrats.
A bill including a provision to repeal "Don't ask, Don't tell" was struck down Tuesday, slimming the possibility of Democrats overturning the military's ban on homosexuals before year's end.
On the campaign trail Monday, President Barack Obama encountered deep frustration from voters over the economy.
The Obama administration says the latest round of sanctions have succeeded, but experts question whether Tehran will abandon nuclear ambitions.
With all the polls showing a possible Republican comeback this fall, President Barack Obama is trying to rally Democrat support.
Republicans are looking ahead to the 2012 elections, but they are not waiting until then to change the direction of politics in Washington, D.C.
U.S. Rep. Ike Skelton, chairman of the House Armed Services Committee, is waging a military campaign to retain his congressional seat.
Thousands are gathering in the nation's capital for the Values Voter Summit. Top conservative leaders are getting the crowds ready for the midterm elections.
President Barack Obama tapped Wall Street critic Elizabeth Warren, Friday, to start up a new government agency.
FRC's Ken Blackwell talks about how the economy could overshadow social issues at this year's Values Voter Summit being held in Washington, D.C. this weekend.
Tea Party candidates have stunned the establishment, setting up a GOP realignment that Democrats hope they will be able to use to their advantage.
A report being released Friday says the $814 billion stimulus program is benefitting the country.
The U.S. Senate passed a bill on Thursday that would open up credit to small businesses.
The latest Associated Press-GFK poll shows 45 percent of the country opposes increasing taxes for the wealthy.
Obama told a group of Philadelphia high school students that he didn't always have the drive to succeed, until his mother drove him to do better.
The November elections are seven weeks from Tuesday, and the latest predictions are not pretty for the party in power.
Dick Armey, one of the influential leaders of the movement, suggests the group will play a major role in shaping the future of the GOP.
The Tea Party gained more victories in the Republican primaries Tuesday -- this time in Delaware and New York.
Obama is going head-to-head with Republicans over the tax cuts initiated by President George W. Bush, but Democrats are also fighting among themselves about which course to follow.
Voters in seven states and Washington, D.C., will cast ballots Tuesday in the final primary day before midterm elections -- and the Tea Party is putting up a good fight.
CBN News goes one-on-one with popular radio talk show host Michael Savage. When Savage talks, it seems no one is safe -- whether Democrat or Republican.
A clash of ideas between Democrats and Republicans mean there are no guarantees they will reach an agreement before the elections in November.
Senate candidate Christine O'Donnell and her conservative backers kick up their heels and clap to the strains of an original song with lyrics befitting a Tea Party.
Amid an atmosphere of unease, President Barack Obama wants Americans to mark the anniversary of the Sept. 11 attacks by recapturing a sense of common purpose.
With 53 days until midterm elections, President Barack Obama made the case for his economic plan during a rare press conference Friday.
A California judge says the military's ban on openly gay service members is unconstitutional and she will issue a court order to stop it.
America's health care bill will go up, not down as a result of President Obama's recent massive overhaul of the medical system, according to a new government report.
President Barack Obama is still offering more plans to help the economy, but not everyone thinks he has the right answers.
The midterm elections are just eight weeks away and the latest polls do not paint a pretty political picture for Democrats.
New polls show many Americans are not buying into President Obama's latest plan for the economy.
Obama's $200 billion tax cut would allow businesses to write off new investments in plants and equipment from now to the end of next year.
In November, Sen. Boxer faces GOP candidate Carly Fiorina, one of the top female executives in the U.S. She could put an end to Boxer's long political career.
President Barack Obama plans to ask Congress to increase and permanently extend research tax credits for businesses.
Frustrated, discouraged and just plain mad, a lot of people who have lost jobs - or know someone who has - now want to see the names of Democrats on pink slips.
The latest evidence of voter backlash against Washington came this week.
In their first debate, Sen. Boxer, D-Calif., and her challenger, GOP rival Carly Fiorina, sparred over who would best represent the economic interest of the country.
Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke is set to appear before a panel investigating the financial crisis.
President Obama says now that the war in Iraq is winding down, Americans must take on the problems of unemployment and a sagging economy in the U.S.
Sen. Lisa Murkowski was booted from office in the Republican primary Tuesday in arguably the biggest political upset of the year.