April 2011 Headlines
What happens in Vegas stay in Vegas, right? Not for possible presidential candidate Donald Trump.
From bank bailouts to bankrupt entitlements, Sen. Rand Paul has set out to take these problems head on and put an end to politics as usual.
A new Pentagon report says the U.S. and its allies have made "tangible progress" in the Afghanistan war.
U.S. Rep. Dean Heller, R-Nev. has been selected to fill the U.S. Senate seat left open by the resignation of Sen. John Ensign, R-Nev
President Obama was to announce Thursday that CIA Director Leon Panetta will replace Defense Secretary Robert Gates.
On this week's edition of The Brody File, CBN News takes an in-depth look at the presidential possibilities of Rick Santorum.
In an attempt to erase lingering doubts over the authenticity of his citizenship, President Obama released the long-form of his birth certificate Wednesday.
Conservatives say they won't consider raising the federal debt limit without major spending cuts. One freshman lawmaker has bold ideas on where to start trimming.
There's a fierce debate being held among lawmakers in Washington, D.C. this week over tax breaks for the oil industry.
Mississippi Gov. Haley Barbour announced he will not run for president in 2012, admitting that he lacked the, "absolute fire in the belly" that is necessary for a presidential run.
High oil prices have continued to drive gas prices higher, presenting a potential obstacle to President Obama's bid for re-election.
Republican Sen. John Ensign of Nevada will turn in his official resignation letter on Friday amid allegations of misconduct.
Sen. John McCain says Libyan rebels fighting Moammar Gadhafi's troops are his heroes.
Embattled Republican Sen. John Ensign of Nevada announced Thursday that he will resign amid an ongoing ethics investigation.
Treasury Secretary Timothy Geithner is trying to reassure Wall Street the U.S. will not lose it triple-A credit rating.
Some supporters of Israel are not happy with President Barack Obama's recent Passover proclamation.
President Obama invited elected officials and experts on immigration to the White House to revisit a key campaign promise.
The White House is downplaying Standard & Poor's warning that it may downgrade its outlook on U.S. government debt.
Tea Party members held rallies across the nation on Sunday to protest high taxes and big government.
An "open mic" incident with President Obama revealed the intensity of the political debate surrounding efforts to de-fund Planned Parenthood.
U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton said Sunday that America would stand by Japan.
The House has passed along party lines a GOP plan to cut $6 trillion from the federal budget.
As Congress battles out a deficit reducing plan, many Americans are wondering which party's plan will put the U.S. back on the road to financial health.
The U.S. Senate unanimously passed a resolution Thursday calling on the United Nations to cancel the Goldstone Report.
If the president gets his way, upper-income Americans can say goodbye to Bush-era tax cuts and some tax deductions.
The president will lay out his vision on how to reduce the nation's spending deficit and the national debt during a major speech Wednesday night.
The American people's concern over the federal budget deficits is driving down support for President Obama's healthcare overhaul.
Secretary of State Hillary Clinton said Arab leaders must make good on demands for greater democracy and economic opportunity in their countries.
On this week's edition of The Brody File, CBN News tackles the "elephant in the room" during an exclusive interview with Donald Trump.
Former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney formally announced his presidential bid, Monday, saying it's time to restore America's greatness.
The outspoken billionaire is attracting attention from Evangelicals. He talks exclusively to CBN News about his faith, gay marriage, and radical Islam, and more.
President Obama is going back to where he started from in the debate over cutting the deficit. He's going to start talking about raising taxes.
A federal appeals court on Monday upheld a decision by a district court judge to block major parts of Arizona's immigration law.
Sen. John Thune recently decided to shun a presidential run to make a greater impact in the Senate. In an exclusive interview with CBN News, he explained why.
While Friday's $38.5 million budget deal has resolved the immediate threat of a government shutdown, bigger battles still loom ahead.
While some Christians might not see the bombastic billionaire as their kind of candidate, he actually shares some of their views on social issues.
The White House and congressional leaders have reached a last-minute deal to cut tens of billions of dollars in federal spending, avoiding a federal shutdown.
Read a breakdown of what will happen should the government shut down Friday.
Planned Parenthood gets more than $360 million a year in federal funds and many pro-life lawmakers want to cut that off. But pro-choice leaders in Congress say no way.
Top negotiators on Capitol Hill worked all Wednesday night and through Thursday to close a deal on a federal budget and avoid a government shutdown.
Some Republicans think billionaire and reality star Donald Trump would make a good presidential candidate.
A bill to ban the Environmental Protection Agency from controlling greenhouse gases has died in the U.S. Senate.
Washington power brokers are still trying to hammer out a last-minute budget deal and avoid a government shutdown.
The White House issued an official response to a three-page personal letter to the president from Libyan leader Moammar Gadhafi.
The Republican-led House Budget Committee approved a $3.5 trillion budget for 2012 on Wednesday.
House Republicans released a budget proposal Tuesday they say reduces will puts America back on the path to prosperity.
Congress has less than 72 hours to reach a budget deal. If they don't, the country faces a government shutdown at midnight Friday - the first in 15 years.
Critics fault Congress and the power grab created by multiple federal agencies for wasteful government spending.
Democratic National Committee Chairman Tim Kaine said he is running for the U.S. Senate, leaving an opening at the central committee before Obama's re-election bid.
The U.S. Senate is set to repeal a tax provision of the new health care law, rescinding a burdensome tax requirement that's unpopular with businesses.
This Friday, the current federal budget will expire and the government will shut down if House and Senate negotiators can't reach an agreement.
The U.S. agreed to NATO's request for a 48-hour extension of American participation in coalition airstrikes against targets in Libya.
Some argue that White House bureaucrats are using global warming fears to start regulating greenhouse gases in what they call "unconstitutional power grab."
President Barack Obama's re-election campaign is officially underway after an e-mailed announcement was sent to supporters Monday morning.
Wisconsin Rep. Paul Ryan has announced plans for blockbuster legislation for fiscal year 2012.