October 2010 Headlines
Andrew Cuomo is ahead in the latest polls, but there's a lot of enthusiasm behind a brash Buffalo, N.Y., businessman with no political experience.
Tea Party favorite Sharron Angle has mounted a fight to unseat incumbent Harry Reid, the Senate's most powerful player. Polls show she just may pull it off.
A previously unknown Tea Party favorite is giving the state's chief financial officer a real run for the top spot.
While many analysts are focusing on the weak economy as the big issue, many voters say their number one concern is the big spending in Washington, D.C.
On this week's edition of The Brody File, CBN News sits down with candidates in key races for the upcoming midterm elections.
The Senate race in Florida took an odd turn after rumors surfaced that last-place Democratic candidate Kendrick Meek was asked to drop out of the race.
Big spending in Washington, D.C. and new programs on top of a recession have many in the Mountaineer State considering a change.
The Sunshine State is seen by many political analysts as becoming more important in national politics.
This midterm election season has marked a record year for campaign spending.
President Barack Obama appeared on Jon Stewart's Daily Show Wednesday night to rally the youth vote.
Only halfway through his first term, President Barack Obama has already appointed more openly gay officials than any other U.S. president.
A recent poll shows that it's not the political system that most Americans blame for current problems facing the U.S., but politicians themselves.
The latest poll numbers show Democrats in a losing race to keep control of the U.S. House of Representatives.
California Republican Senate candidate Carly Fiorina is expected to be released from the hospital Wednesday, and resume campaigning Thursday.
Billionaire George Soros donated $1 million to California's marijuana legalization measure a week before the vote.
Two years after Obama's message of change ushered in a new Congress, many Democratic lawmakers are fighting for their survival. Rep. Perriello is one of them.
Election Day is just one week from Tuesday and across the country tempers are flaring, voices are rising and charges are flying.
Even though Delaware U.S. Senate candidate Christine O'Donnell is way behind in the polls, she is getting a lot of national attention -- most of it negative.
Former House Majority Leader Tom DeLay, one of the most polarizing politicians of the Bush years, is finally getting his day in court.
Obama said starting next year there will be more serious talks on how to balance the budget.
Political analysts - even Newsweek magazine - suggest that the GOP is poised to make historic gains and take control of the U.S. House of Representatives.
Author Mitchell Bard says this invisible alliance undermines America's interests in the Middle East.
President Barack Obama's job approval numbers are at a record low.
To understand Republicans' nagging fear that the Nov. 2 elections might not be quite the massive triumph that many have predicted, check out Pennsylvania's perplexing Senate race.
Obama is trying to turn out the vote for Democrats like Patty Murray, whose defeat in Washington state could help Republicans take the majority in the Senate.
Kentucky Senate candidate Rand Paul says he'll decide Friday whether to take part in a final political debate next week following a campaign ad by his opponent that questions his religious beliefs.
Conservative grassroots organizer Ralph Reed predicted the America would see the largest turnout of evangelical Christians in the nation's history.
Polls show Republicans are on track to win the 39 seats they need to take control of the U.S. House of Representatives. One of those seats may be in Bucks County, Pa., where two familiar foes are facing off again.
The Obama administration is withholding assistance to some Pakistani military units.
President Obama continues his campaign tour to Seattle on Thursday. It's one of several stops where he's stumping for candidates in danger of losing to Republicans on November 2.
Gov. Charlie Crist's fight for survival doesn't sit well with many Democrats who wanted Kendrick Meek to go one-on-one with the staunchly conservative Marco Rubio.
A federal appeals court granted a freeze on a judge's order requiring the military to allow openly gay troops.
Former House Speaker Newt Gingrich, R-Ga., is joining other grassroots conservatives with a nationwide tour bringing attention to job creation candidates.
Christine O'Donnell asked her opponent during their debate Tuesday to prove that the separation of church and state is in the U.S. Constitution.
GOP's Ken Buck and Sen. Michael Bennet's, (D), race in Colorado is a true test of how President Barack Obama's agenda may play out in the Rockies.
Over the next four days, President Obama will visit five states where Democratic candidates are in danger of losing their respective elections.
Taxes and spending took center stage in Tuesday's debate between Florida's Senate candidates. It is one of the marquee races in this year's midterm election.
President Obama wants the government to focus more on helping Hispanic students excel in education.
If Hispanics do turn out for the election it will only reinforce what both parties know -- their political power is on the rise.
A federal judge may deny a government request to delay her order halting the military from enforcing its ban on openly gay troops.
One of the closest-watched races this cycle is in Nevada, a state with not only the highest unemployment, but the highest rate of foreclosures.
The Tea Party Express launched its final cross-country bus tour before the midterm elections in Reno, Nev., Monday.
President Barack Obama and First Lady Michelle Obama have hit the campaign trail hard. Yet, it may not be enough to prevent a major Republican victory.
The Tea Party has become a force in U.S. politics. This November, Americans will discover if the movement's enthusiasm translates to success at the ballot box.
Douglass escaped from slavery to become an advisor to President Abraham Lincoln. Today, he's inspiring a new movement among conservative African Americans.
CBN News talks with Tim Scott, who could become the first African-American Republican from South Carolina to be elected to the U.S. House in more than 100 years.
President Barack Obama is renewing his call for Congress to close tax breaks that reward some U.S. companies with overseas subsidiaries.
The Obama administration is set to report Friday that the federal budget deficit exceeded $1 trillion for the second straight year.
Crucial pieces of a lawsuit challenging the Obama administration's health care overhaul can go to trial.
First Lady Michelle Obama is back on the campaign trail for the first time in two years, as Democrats seek to gain momentum ahead of the November elections.
Sen. Harry Reid, D-Nev. and Republican challenger Sharron Angle will finally face off in a much anticipated debate Thursday after weeks of campaign commercials taking political swipes at each other.
A key safety measure recently passed by Congress is facing opposition over concern it could lead to higher salaries for airline pilots.
Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid is now trailing his Republican challenger Sharron Angle, according to a new Fox News/Rasmussen poll released Tuesday.
On this week's Brody File show, Michael Gerson, a top aide to former President George W. Bush, says that the White House has "abused" the office of Faith Based Initiatives.
Before leaving Capitol Hill to campaign, congressional incumbents chose not to vote to extend former President George W. Bush's tax cuts, which expire in January.
One of the leading financial supporters of liberal causes has decided not to help out the Democrats this election year.
The weak economy and high unemployment remain the dominant issues with voters, which is bad news for the Democrats.
Controversial Carl Paladino has stirred up fiery reaction once again in his bid to become New York's next governor.
New York Republican gubernatorial candidate Carl Paladino is in hot water after telling a group of Jewish leaders that he doesn't want children brainwashed into thinking homosexuality is acceptable.
Ron Miller is a black conservative who's encouraging more African Americans to give Republicans a chance.
A new study shows the strong relationships between Tea Party members and Christian conservatives.
President Barack Obama's national security adviser, Gen. James Jones, will step down in two weeks, the White House announced Friday.
With candidates like Carly Fiorina, Sharron Angle, and Christine O'Donnell running for office, 2010 could go down as the year of the conservative woman.
Last month, congressional lawmakers looked at creating new legislation aimed at helping victims in the U.S. and stopping the criminals who buy and sell them.
Economists are worried about the longer-term economic outlook. Judging by the way business owners are holding on to their cash, they're worried too.
The White House on Thursday defended granting waivers to some employers from a key provision of the new health care law.
President Obama will be hitting the campaign trail in Maryland and Illinois Thursday, warning his party that one month before the election is not the time to sulk.
Former House Speaker Newt Gingrich is urging Republicans to sell the GOP as "the party of paychecks" and label Democrats as "the party of food stamps."
Three candidates seeking the Sunshine State's U.S. Senate seat faced off Wednesday night in their first televised debate.
President Barack Obama showed his comedic side when the presidential seal fell off the podium during a speech he was giving Tuesday night.
Daily headlines proclaim the potential for a sweeping Republican victory on Election Day. But are the stars aligned for a GOP takeover?
The Washington Post - ABC News poll found that 49 percent of likely voters polled favor Republicans. That's compared to 43 percent for Democrats, closing the gap after a huge 13 point gap last month.
In secretly taped recording, Sharron Angle is caught trying to cajole Scott Ashjian into dropping his bid for Senate Majority Leader Reid's Senate seat.
Tapping into anger as the Tea Party movement has done, progressive and civil rights groups marched by the thousands Saturday to support struggling Democrats.
President Barack Obama spoke out about his Christian faith Tuesday, telling a crowd that "we're sinful and we're flawed," but have salvation through Christ.
A controversial television commercial by a liberal Florida congressman seems to be backfiring -- on him.