August 2012 Headlines
This year could be historic if Mitt Romney were elected America's first Mormon president. That milestone will involve a number of complexities.
Wisconsin Lt. Gov. Rebecca Kleefisch said it was "insulting" to suggest reproductive rights were a number one priority for all women.
Some liberals call Republicans a party of white people. But this year's GOP convention suggests that's not the case.
When Mitt Romney speaks on the campaign trail he usually gets the most applause when he talks about people's God-given rights.
The book The Battle for America's Soul
paints an ominous picture of life under Obamacare, especially for the elderly and those with life-threatening illnesses.
Mitt Romney vowed to work for all Americans to fix the economy, as he accepted the Republican nomination for president, Thursday night.
Steve Bannon, who now helps manage Breitbart.com, talked about Breitbart's vision with CBN's David Brody at the Republican National Convention.
Many Christians have expressed concern about voting for a Mormon. But this week, former Arkansas Gov. Mike Huckabee said policies count more than religion in electing a president.
Politics: that's the concern of many in and around the GOP convention in Tampa, Fla., this week. But for an increasing number, it's becoming spiritual.
Hollywood legend Clint Eastwood threw his support behind presidential candidate Mitt Romney Thursday night.
CBN News Senior Political Correspondent David Brody was able to speak with Rice at the RNC Convention to talk about her thoughts on this year's election.
Mitt Romney takes the stage tonight to close out the Republican Convention. He's expected to talk about his Mormon faith when he accepts the party's nomination.
Mitt Romney running mate, Wisconsin Rep. Paul Ryan, gave a rousing warm-up speech Wednesday at the Republican National Convention.
Wisconsin Rep. Paul Ryan took his party's national convention spotlight Wednesday night.
Mitt Romney's wife, Ann, stepped into the primetime spotlight at Tampa's RNC convention Tuesday. "This is the man America needs," she told the crowd.
Social conservatives are hailing the Republican Party platform for its firm stand against abortion and gay marriage.
Most of President Barack Obama's nearly 19 million Twitter followers are probably fake, according to analysis in a New York Times report.
As the Republican National Convention kicks off in Tampa, Fla., polls show a tight race between President Obama and challenger Mitt Romney.
Republicans have officially nominated former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney for president.
Ann Romney, New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie, and former presidential contender Rick Santorum all took to the RNC stage during primetime.
Former Arkansas governor Mike Huckabee told CBN News one of the reasons he opted out of the presidential race was what he called a "toxic atmosphere" in the GOP.
Business mogul Donald Trump said Mitt Romney should talk more about his Mormon faith, not less.
The Republican National Convention is getting underway Tuesday after being delayed by the threat of Tropical Storm Isaac.
Tropical Storm Isaac has already cost the Republicans one day of their convention after cancelling Monday's proceedings for fear Isaac could pose a real danger.
While GOP leaders want their convention to be smooth sailing, members of the Tea Party are sure to make some waves.
If you haven't heard of Utah Mayor Mia Love by now, you will. Should this black, conservative mom win Utah's 4th Congressional District seat, she'll be a trailblazer.
GOP presumptive presidential nominee Mitt Romney said he wants the United States to be energy independent by the year 2020.
Roman Catholic Cardinal Timothy Dolan will give the benediction at the Republican National Convention.
The Obama campaign is taking aim at Rep. Paul Ryan over an abortion bill he co-sponsored with embattled Rep. Todd Akin.
Saddleback Church Pastor Rick Warren has cancelled the civil forum between President Obama and GOP presumptive nominee Mitt Romney.
Republican National Committee Chairman Reince Priebus told CBN's The Brody File show that the Republican Party will not apologize for being a solid pro-life party.
The DNC will feature a three-day series of events catering to Islamists. They'll include everything from prayer, to a regal banquet and a cultural festival.
President Obama and his top Republican contender Mitt Romney are about neck and neck among voters, just days before the GOP convention in Tampa.
Akin issued a fundraising appeal this week, saying the "liberal elite" are trying to keep a "strong, pro-life conservative" out of the Senate.
It's not often that a Congressman supports a Democrat for presidential election - then supports the GOP in the next. But that's what Artur Davis is doing.
Another storm is threatening the Republican Party and this one is headed for next week's convention in Tampa, Fla.
GOP Senate candidate Todd Akin issued an apology video for remarks he made about rape and reaffirmed that fact he has no plans to drop out.
The 110-member panel passed the Human Life Amendment Tuesday in Tampa, Fla., where the RNC will hold hits convention next week.
Republicans are used to losing arguments with Democrats over Medicare, but the tables appear to have turned.
Missouri Republican Todd got in hot water for his answer when asked if he would support abortions for women who have been raped.
President Barack Obama's senior campaign adviser David Axelrod says the Medicare changes supported by Rep. Paul Ryan, the likely Republican vice presidential candidate, would put the popular health-care plan for the elderly in "a death spiral."
Democrats are attacking Republican vice presidential candidate Paul Ryan over his plan for privatized social security.
The Obama campaign still wants Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney to release additional tax returns to prove he paid the correct amount of taxes.
Vice President Joe Biden and the man who hopes to replace him, Wisconsin Rep. Paul Ryan, are both Irish-American Catholics.
Michelle Obama has been called a secret weapon for the White House. She appeals to women voters, which both the president and Mitt Romney know is key.
Today's 112th Congress is on track to be the least productive group of lawmakers since World War II.
Arizona Gov. Jan Brewer isn't afraid to take a stand. It's a quality that's earned her a number of political enemies on issues from abortion to immigration.
Vice President Joe Biden is drawing criticism after telling a crowd that Mitt Romney's campaign policies would put them "back in chains."
Republican establishment candidates pulled out wins against strong Tea Party contenders in primary races in Florida and Wisconsin.
The presidential candidates began sparring over energy policy but ended up trading accusations of dirty campaigning.
New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie told USA Today he plans to offer some "very direct and hard truths to people in the country about the trouble that we're in."
GOP primary action in Wisconsin Monday pits establishment candidates against Tea Party candidates.
Mitt Romney and his vice-presidential pick Paul Ryan are hot on the campaign trail Monday, drawing big crowds and energizing the Republican base.
Former federal prosecutor Andrew McCarthy is alleging the Muslim Brotherhood is gaining undue influence with the U.S. government.
The Republican-led House of Representatives has asked a federal court to enforce a subpoena against Attorney General Eric Holder.
The national Democratic Party is endorsing same-sex marriage and calling for the repeal of Defense of Marriage of Act.
Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney tapped Rep. Paul Ryan of Wisconsin as his vice presidential running mate on Saturday.
President Obama is hosting a Muslim dinner at the White House Friday night to celebrate the Islamic month of Ramadan.
President Obama and Mitt Romney are spending millions of dollars on negative ads. Now, both sides seem to be throwing "fact" out the window.
President Obama and his Republican challenger Mitt Romney agree on something: Both say the Boy Scouts of America should end its ban on gay members.
The presidential candidates are battling for public approval in key states like Iowa and Colorado, both coming in with dismal ratings.
The Tea Party has another candidate in this year's Senate elections as Rep. Todd Akin won the Republican Senate Primary contest in Missouri Tuesday.
Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid's credibility is being questioned after he charged that Mitt Romney didn't pay taxes for 10 years.
The Obama campaign and the Democratic National Committee are suing to change voting laws in the battleground state of Ohio.
Republicans are aiming to claim a Senate seat from Missouri this year, as GOP voters select their candidate to take on Democrat Sen. Claire McCaskill, Tuesday.
Republican presidential challenger Mitt Romney raised $25 million more in July than President Obama and his Democratic machine did.
President Barack Obama signed the Honoring America's Veterans Act Monday, which will require protestors to stay at least 300 feet away from military funerals.
The leader of the Republican Party is firing back at Sen. Harry Reid over his repeated claims that presidential candidate Mitt Romney did not pay taxes for 10 years.
Lawmakers are leaving for summer recess without having reached agreements on at least two pressing problems: drought relief and cyber-security.
As the conventions draw near, both campaigns are going all in for voters. So far, the 2012 race for the White House appears to be mainly focused on age.
A bill meant to protect America's essential computer networks from cyberattacks failed in the Senate Thursday.
President Obama and Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney are hoping to draw voter support from key swing states after Thursday's campaign stops.
House lawmakers failed to pass a bill that would ban abortions in the District of Columbia after 20 weeks of pregnancy.
Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid, D-Nev., has been caught spreading rumors about Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney based on unverified information.
Tea Party-backed Ted Cruz soundly defeated Lt. Gov. David Dewhurst to replace retiring GOP Sen. Kay Bailey Hutchison.