October 2011 Headlines
GOP presidential candidate Herman Cain was on the defensive Monday after allegations surfaced of improper behavior at one of his former jobs.
Monday's directive is the latest move by the White House to push through initiatives without having to get congressional approval.
House lawmakers are expected to vote, Tuesday, on a measure that would reaffirm America's national motto as "In God We Trust."
The Family Research Council has joined 30 members of Congress in urging the U.S. Supreme Court to overturn President Barack Obama's health care law.
It's called "net neutrality," and its supporters say the government needs to make sure Internet companies don't interfere in Web traffic.
Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney is weighing in on Gov. Rick Perry's flat tax plan.
Members of Congress are urging President Obama to cut off aid to Egypt because of the growing persecution of Christians there.
Washington may be broken politically, but it also may be on the cusp of a spiritual awakening.
Senate Democrats are looking to repeal the Defense of Marriage Act.
GOP presidential candidate Herman Cain is making headlines again -- this time not for his 999 tax reform plan, but his choice of campaign ads.
The president says his plan will give faster relief to debt-laden college graduates. But critics say the plan is "regulation without representation."
Republican presidential candidate Rick Perry rolled out his "bold" economic plan Tuesday aimed at creating jobs and fixing the struggling economy.
This week on The Brody File, CBN News headed to the Wild West, where the GOP presidential candidates recently duked it out.
The president says his new plan will help homeowners qualify for re-financing. But some are crying foul over his decision to bypass Congress.
It looks like Joe the Plumber is about to become Joe the Candidate.
The president laid out changes Monday to the 2-year-old Home Affordable Refinance Program that he says will make it easier for homeowners to refinance.
Republican presidential candidate Herman Cain told evangelicals gathered at Iowa's Faith And Freedom Coalition he wants to make abortion illegal in America.
The Republican presidential race has become a no-holds-barred contest over character.
Nevada Republicans have shifted their presidential caucuses to early February, a move that ends an increasingly bitter standoff among rival states.
The Energy Department recently a loan of more than $700 million for a company called SolarReserve.
Democrats won the White House in 2008 with the help of voters, aged 30 and under. However, it may not be as easy to energize them this time around.
The president's supporters in the Senate are promising to push ahead with votes on his jobs plan. But there are new signs those votes could still fail.
The Texas governor is expected to provide the details next week as part of his overall economic plan.
President Obama is wrapping up another bus tour designed to push Congress to pass his jobs plan -- and win votes for 2012.
The GOP presidential candidates lit up Las Vegas Tuesday with their most intense debate yet, with Romney and Perry taking many shots at one another.
The state's GOP chairman said a Jan. 3 caucus "provides certainty to the voters, to our presidential candidates, and to the thousands of statewide volunteers" in Iowa.
Critics say President Obama's bus tour this week is more about keeping his job than helping create American jobs.
Cain is expected to face more intense scrutiny from his rivals during the GOP debate Tuesday night in Las Vegas, Nev.
President Barack Obama is keeping the pressure on Congress to pass at least part of his jobs plan that recently failed in the Senate.
The former Godfather Pizza CEO said he's not just "a flavor of the week" and that his recent climb in the polls will last because of the substance of his ideas.
Pollster and political consultant Frank Luntz has been closely watching the race for the White House.
While other GOP candidates continue to focus on jobs and the economy, Ron Paul released an anti-abortion campaign ad in four key states.
Uncertainty reigns in the Republican presidential picture as the candidates head into another weekend of campaigning.
On Thursday, the House revisited the abortion issue in President Obama's health care law by passing tougher restrictions for the law.
Members of the National Association of Evangelicals met with the president this week to discuss, among other things, the case of Iranian Pastor Youcef Nadarkhani.
Obama's re-election campaign raised more than $70 million over the summer, surpassing the $55 million goal set by his campaign.
A new Wall Street Journal/NBC survey shows Cain leading the field of GOP candidates with 27 percent of Republican voters naming him as their first pick.
The White House and Congress are struggling to regroup after the Senate rejected President Obama's proposal to jump start the country's job creation.
The economy ruled Tuesday night's debate as each Republican candidate questioned each other and tried to sell their plans to get America back to work.
This week on The Brody File, CBN News sits down one-on-one with a few of the GOP presidential candidates.
Mitt Romney's campaign says New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie is endorsing him for the GOP presidential nomination.
Mitt Romney may have to go on the defensive Tuesday night when the GOP candidates come together on what has been called Romney's home turf in New Hampshire to debate the economy.
President Obama's jobs bill appears likely to fail in a vote in the Senate Tuesday because Republicans oppose its spending components and its tax surcharge on millionaires.
President Barack Obama's jobs bill appears likely to fail because Republicans oppose its spending components and its tax surcharge on millionaires.
Congress is turning up the heat on U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder about his knowledge of the "Fast and Furious" guns scandal.
Rep. Ron Paul, R-Texas, grabbed headlines by winning the Values Voters straw poll, while businessman Herman Cain grabbed hearts, gaining fresh support.
In President Barack Obama's sales pitch for his jobs bill, there are two versions of reality.
Republican members of the House Appropriations Committee have proposed a budget that would end funding for National Public Radio.
Attorney General Eric Holder is sticking to the story that his testimony about the "Fast and Furious" guns probe was truthful and accurate.
An Energy Department adviser pushed for Solyndra to receive a half-billion federal loan, despite pledging to recuse himself because his wife's law firm represented the company.
The candidates for the Republican nomination for president were in Washington, D.C. on Friday to woo an influential group of voters -- evangelical Christians.
For an institution steeped in tradition, it's unusual for a freshman in the Senate to be as influential as Portman. Then again, he's not your typical senator.
While the president expressed support for Occupy Wall Street movement, GOP 2012 hopeful Herman Cain says the protesters are blaming the wrong people.
President Obama's ideas for job creation are not as bipartisan as he claims.
With his reelection campaign just months away, President Obama is working to win back supporters upset about some of his first term decisions.
Defiant and frustrated, President Barack Obama aggressively challenged Republicans Thursday to get behind his jobs plan.
With rising health care costs and fewer insurance providers, the GOP says the law doesn't live up to its promises and is keeping the economy from creating jobs.
Palin's announcement late Wednesday left little doubt that the eventual Republican nominee will come from the current field of contenders.
Earl Ray Tomblin was elected the governor of West Virginia in a special election Tuesday after weeks of a campaign filled with negative attack ads.
With New Jersey's Chris Christie officially not in the race for the Republican presidential nomination, many are wondering who'll be the candidate to beat.
Senate Democrats are scrambling to rewrite portions of President Barack Obama's jobs bill.
New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie says it's not the right time for him to run for president, ending months of speculation that he may step in to stir up the GOP race.
Presidential hopeful Herman Cain is putting pressure on the rest of the GOP field, beating Texas Gov. Rick Perry and former Mass. Governor Mitt Romney.
President Barack Obama says anyone running for president must support the entire U.S. military, including gay service members.