February 2011 Headlines
In his new book A Simple Government
, former Arkansas Gov. Mike Huckabee lays out 12 fundamentals he says will put America back on track.
You can definitely tell when a Republican is running for president. At some point, each candidate will inevitably invoke the name of President Ronald Reagan.
Lawmakers have just five days to reach an agreement on spending before the budget expires Friday.
Republican governors appear to be opposed to much of President Barack Obama's agenda for state governments.
That's the little-known truth about a government shutdown. The government doesn't shut down.
Some critics of President Barack Obama's decision to no longer defend the federal law that defines marriage have compared it to tyranny.
Republican Sen. John Thune will not pursue a spot on the 2012 presidential ticket, despite nudges from GOP leaders who saw him as a possible candidate.
Rahm Emanuel can expect to face big budget deficits and city pension problems as the new mayor of Chicago.
A newly released Gallup poll shows most Americans view Ronald Reagan as the nation's greatest president.
The former Republican Minnesota governor will meet with a small group of state's GOP operatives in a private Las Vegas home to talk about his new book.
The U.S. House of Representatives passed a spending bill over the weekend that includes deep cuts to this year's federal budget.
Michael Reagan suggests the principals by which his father President Ronald Reagan governed may hold the key to restoring America to its former greatness.
The Arizona rampage that took six lives and injured Rep. Gabrielle Giffords shocked the political world, prompting calls for civility. But some wonder if that's possible.
Rep. Michelle Bachman, R-Minn., is a rising star in Tea Party ranks. Many hope she will run for the 2012 Republican presidential nomination.
Some members of the government have considered taking control of parts of the Internet. Others fear that such control can limit free speech.
The Republican-controlled House agreed early Saturday to cut $61 billion from hundreds of federal programs and shelter coal companies, oil refiners and farmers from new government regulations.
With the 2012 presidential race approaching, some may be wondering if there's a Ronald Reagan type candidate out there.
Indiana Rep. Mike Pence (R) has introduced legislation that would deny Planned Parenthood, the nation's largest abortion provider, public funding.
According to the latest Zogby poll, 64 percent of small business owners are unhappy with the way President Obama has handled the economy.
On his first day as White House press secretary, Jay Carney promised to build a strong relationship with the press, but also work on behalf of the president's agenda.
Many GOP leaders feel New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie is quickly becoming a hero in the Republican Party.
Thune's comments, made at last week's Conservative Political Action Conference, received a rousing reception by those in attendance.
President Barack Obama condemned the Iranian government, Tuesday, for its harsh treatment of anti-government protestors.
Director of National Intelligence James Clapper warned of the continuing menace from terrorists, both outside and inside the U.S.
Jacob Lew, the White House's point man on its 2012 budget, faced doubting Republicans on the House Budget Committee on Tuesday.
President Obama defended his proposed 2012 budget plan Tuesday, saying it put the country on a path to pay for what it spends by the middle of the decade.
Gov. Jerry Brown ordered a hiring freeze hours after he dropped a lawsuit over whether the governor has the authority to pay state workers minimum wage.
Two-thirds of the president's proposed budget savings come from spending cuts that will affect nearly every American.
The fierce libertarian garnered 30 percent of the vote at the annual gathering of conservatives.
Rep. Gabrille Giffords, D-Ariz., continues to make good progress relearning how to speak.
Sarah Palin has hired longtime political strategist Michael Glassner as chief of staff of her political action committee.
President Obama's budget submission will take a surgical approach to a deficit problem that Republicans say warrants a meat ax.
Some prominent social conservatives chose not to attend the Conservative Political Action Conference because of the presence of one gay group.
Gov. Jan Brewer sued the federal government Thursday for failing to control Arizona's border with Mexico.
Rep. Gabrielle Giffords has been speaking for several days after sustaining a shot to the head during an assassination attempt against her last month, her spokesman said Wednesday.
House Republicans said Wednesday that federal taxpayers should stop propping up Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac.
President Obama and congressional House Republicans took steps Wednesday towards working together on matters ranging from trade to spending cuts.
First-term Democratic Sen. Jim Webb of Virginia says he will retire when his term is up next year.
House Majority Leader Eric Cantor, R-Va. says America's top priority in Egypt should be stopping the spread of radical Islam.
Republicans have made pro-life issues a top priority now that they are in charge of the U.S. House of Representatives.
The Republican-led U.S. House of Representatives failed to pass a short-term extension of the Patriot Act on Tuesday.
Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke's first appearance before the House since Republicans took control is likely to be a tough one.
President Obama wants American businesses to hire and invest more to help the fragile economy. But critics say his new message doesn't quite square up with his record.
The unrest engulfing Arab streets and threatening authoritarian governments in the Mideast is complicating U.S. counterterrorism efforts.
Former President Ronald Reagan was honored on his 100th birthday Sunday with tributes in California and across America.
President Barack Obama's handling of the crisis in Egypt received a failing grade from former Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin in an exclusive interview with CBN News.
Two congressmen on opposite sides of the aisle lead the Congressional Prayer Caucus, which strives to keep America's religious heritage alive.
Republican lawmakers are united in concern that an Islamic regime could rise to power in Egypt, a nation that is an important U.S. ally.
As America's ambassador to Luxembourg, Cynthia Stroum, the wealthy Seattle-based businesswoman, was a disaster.
The White House says Mubarak needs to prepare for an orderly transition from power immediately, and that it should include voices from the opposition.
By a vote of 51-47, the Senate defeated a bill to repeal year-old health care law.
Former U.S. presidential candidate Mike Huckabee told CBN News that Israel has a lot at stake in the outcome of the Egyptian revolt.
On this week's edition of The Brody File Show, CBN News takes a closer look at whether civility is possible among Democrats and Republicans in Washington.
U.S. ambassador to China Jon Huntsman submitted a letter of resignation to the White House on Monday.