April 2012 Headlines
Investigative reporter and author Katie Pavlich says the 'Fast and Furious' case involving Attorney General Eric Holder is a criminal ordeal that can't be ignored.
A top EPA administrator has apologized for using the word "crucify" when describing the agency's enforcement tactics.
Vice-President Joe Biden defended President Obama's foreign policy record Thursday in a New York campaign speech.
Democrats and Republicans want to stop the cost of federal student loans from doubling. But each party wants to pay for it with savings the other side hates.
As he winds down his presidential campaign, Newt Gingrich faces a new challenge: reinventing himself politically yet again.
Sen. Chuck Grassley is asking whether the Colombian prostitutes at the center of the Secret Service scandal could have actually been Russian spies.
Mitt Romney laid claim to the fiercely contested Republican presidential nomination Tuesday night with a fistful of primary triumphs.
The White House is moving toward developing ties with the Muslim Brotherhood and other Islamists groups in the Middle East.
Gingrich's daughter says her father will "reassess" the campaign after today's Delaware primary.
Speaking Tuesday at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, he promised to keep the cost of college loans from soaring for millions of students.
Presumed GOP nominee Mitt Romney continued to highlight the president's poor performance on the economy and the country's massive debt problem this week.
Sen. Rubio recently appeared with Romney at a campaign event in Pennsylvania and his presence adds to speculation that he's on Romney's short list.
Opening arguments were heard Monday in the case to decide whether former senator and presidential candidate John Edwards misused campaign funds.
During a visit to the Holocaust Museum Monday, President Obama restated his commitment to Israel saying he'll "always be there" for the Jewish state.
The Secret Service Columbian prostitution scandal could result in more firings as the Senate and House Homeland Security committees widen their investigations.
A growing number of Democrats are expressing remorse over President Barack Obama's health care law.
Rep. Tim Huelskamp and 45 co-sponsors are hoping to pass the Military Religious Freedom Protection Act to protect the conscience rights of military personnel.
Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney has been chosen to deliver the commencement address at the evangelical Christian institution Liberty University.
The House of Representatives has passed a highway bill, including a measure that requires the building of the Keystone XL pipeline.
The ads will air in Colorado, Nevada, and Florida -- all battleground states with growing Hispanic populations.
The White House is threatening to veto a transportation bill if it also mandates construction of the Canada to Texas Keystone XL oil pipeline.
Mitt Romney is picking up key endorsements from Congressional Republicans in his bid for the GOP presidential nomination.
Democratic-led Senate committees are getting their chance to question General Services Administration officials over the agency's lavish spending scandal.
Critics say voter ID laws place an undue burden on minorities and the poor. But citizen journalist James O'Keefe recently proved how easy voter fraud can be.
Hoping to eventually put a dent in rising gas prices, the White House unveiled a $52 million energy plan meant to increase penalties for oil market manipulation.
Likely Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney is already calling dibs on the White House.
Senate Republicans blocked President Obama's "Buffett Rule," a measure that would impose a higher tax rate on the nation's wealthy residents.
Lawmakers will be hearing more from former GSA Public Building Service chief Robert Peck, who threw a lavish party on the taxpayers' dime.
Arizonans head to the polls Tuesday to vote on who will temporarily replace former Rep. Gabrielle Giffords.
The GSA is under fire for wasting taxpayer dollars at a 2010 conference. Lawmakers are expected to look for more evidence of wasteful spending by the agency.
The Senate is preparing to hold its first vote on the Buffet Rule, a measure that would subject the wealthy to a higher tax rate. Critics call the measure "class warfare."
The former Massachusetts governor and the National Rifle Association have not always seen eye to eye. On Friday, Romney hopes to win over the key group.
A verbal attack on Romney's wife by Democratic consultant Hilary Rosen has now put the White House on the defensive with women.
Romney said he won't rule out former Pennsylvania Sen. Rick Santorum as a vice presidential running mate. In fact, he said he won't rule out anyone at this point.
GOP Rep. Paul Ryan warns that the country could find itself in hot water if lawmakers don't get their acts together.
A new poll shows public support for President Obama's health care reform has hit a record low.
A recent Washington Post-ABC News poll found that more women voters prefer President Obama over likely GOP presidential nominee Mitt Romney.
Former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney now has a clear shot at President Obama in the race for the White House.
President Barack Obama faced some stiff competition at the White House Monday -- thousands of children racing to the finish line of the yearly Easter Egg Roll.
Former Pennsylvania Sen. Rick Santorum announced Tuesday he is suspending his presidential campaign.
President Obama is pushing Congress to raise taxes on millionaires again, hoping to gain support for the so-called "Buffett Rule."
The General Services Administration has placed an eighth employee on leave after an investigation into a lavish 2010 training conference in Las Vegas.
A new poll out today shows the presidential race looking like a two-man face off, with President Obama enjoying the lead for now.
Republican presidential candidate Newt Gingrich said he's still in the race, but he made it clear he believes Mitt Romney will be the Republican nominee.
The Obama administration is giving approximately a $500 million to the Internal Revenue Service to help implement its controversial health care law.
Senate Chaplain Barry Black offers prayer and spiritual guidance to the nation's leaders in a special, non-partisan way.
The GSA is in the middle of a wasteful spending scandal. Now video of a GSA worker dreaming about wasting tax dollar is adding fuel to the fire.
President Obama released a Passover message, saying he's "proud" to take part in the "special" tradition of the Seder dinner.
The Jumpstart Our Business Startups (JOBS) Acts gives small businesses and startups more access to fundraising and new investors.
Increasingly seen as the inevitable GOP nominee, Mitt Romney is turning his attention to November and sharpening his attacks against President Obama.
President Obama joined Christian leaders from across the country at the White House Wednesday for a time of prayer and reflection.
When South Carolina Gov. Nikki Haley decided to run for public office, prejudice reared its ugly head. But her parents taught her that "can't is not an option."
The president, members of Congress and other federal workers will no longer be allowed to engage in insider trading.
New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie pledged Wednesday that he and his state would stand with Israel "in all its endeavors."
The president warned against "judicial activism" when deciding on the constitutionality of his health care law. But critics say that argument is flawed.
Mitt Romney tightened his grip on the GOP presidential nomination Tuesday night, sweeping primaries in Wisconsin, Maryland and Washington, D.C.
President Barack Obama is attacking GOP Rep. Paul Ryan's budget, calling it a "Trojan horse" that would hurt the pocketbooks of working Americans.
According to a federal report, the General Services Administration went "over-the-top" with an $820,000 training session at a resort near Las Vegas.
Regent University's executive vice president warned of how "Obamacare" and other issues could be serious weak points for President Obama in the coming election.
Whether you call Romney cautiously optimistic or just plain determined, one thing is for sure: the former Massachusetts governor is in the driver's seat.
Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker told CBN News the long presidential primary process will make the eventual Republican nominee stronger for the general election.
More members of the GOP are rallying behind Republican front-runner Mitt Romney's bid for the party's nomination for president.