September 2012 Headlines
Recent polls show President Obama with a sizeable lead over Republican contender Mitt Romney in key swing states But some say, "Not so fast."
Democrats are now joining the chorus of skeptics questioning the Obama administration on the deadly Sept. 11 attack on the U.S. Consulate in Libya.
President Obama and Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney are hitting battleground states hard as the first presidential debate draws near.
President Barack Obama and Republican challenger Mitt Romney are preparing for their first crucial debate set for Wednesday, Oct. 3.
President Obama and Republican challenger Mitt Romney will continue talking jobs and the economy in the battleground state of Virginia Thursday.
Losing Ohio would force both candidates to pick up all the other battleground states to secure the 270 votes necessary to win the White House.
President Obama is drawing fire from Republicansfor his handling of Middle East riots and his recent appearance on ABC's "The View."
The presidential race garnered the most headlines this weekend. What didn't get as much attention is the growing anti-U.S. sentiment in the Muslim world.
Mitt and Ann Romney released their 2011 income tax return. But the release did little to satisfy critics.
Latinos make up nearly 70 percent of the 23rd district's constituents in south Texas. It's a demographic that both parties say is becoming increasingly important.
Republican vice presidential nominee Paul Ryan is condemning President Obama's contraceptive mandate for employers.
This is the last full week of campaigning before the presidential debates begin, and both candidates are stepping up their attacks.
President Obama and Mitt Romney appealed directly to Hispanic audiences at a Univision forum in Miami. Immigration reform was front and center.
For the first time the White House called the Libya consulate assault a "terrorist attack" with possible links to al Qaeda. The admission has raised new questions.
Rep. Peter King says the White House is considering the release of the Blind Sheik, the man convicted of planning the first terrorist attack on the World Trade Center.
President Barack Obama's health care overhaul is expected to hit nearly 6 million Americans with a tax penalty, most in the middle class.
Republicans and Democrats are praising the long-awaited report investigating the botched 2009 "gun-walking" operation known as Fast and Furious, but not for the same reasons.
President Obama's approval rating is back above 50 percent for the first time since May.
President Barack Obama has filed a trade complaint against China in hopes that the World Trade Organization will sanction the communist regime.
A video has surfaced showing Mitt Romney saying he's not likely to win voters who believe they are victims and that the government has to care for them.
GOP vice presidential candidate Paul Ryan says the Obama administration's actions toward Israel border on "contempt."
African-American Christians are torn over who to vote for in this year's presidential election.
President Barack Obama has paid tribute to Ambassador Chris Stevens and three others killed in the assault on the U.S. compound in Libya.
Paul Ryan charged that unsteady U.S. leadership is partly to blame for the crisis across the Middle East and North Africa.
The presidential candidates are shifting their focus to foreign policy in the wake of violent attacks and outrage from Muslims across the Middle East.
Congress is passing a new six-month spending bill necessary to avert a government shutdown.
Pro-gay marriage candidates in Rhode Island lost big in five key Democratic primaries on Wednesday.
FRC President Tony Perkins said despite the general belief the economy is all that matters this election, social issues will still be important to voters.
The Democratic Party is promoting the idea that Republicans are waging a war on women. But skeptics say it depends on which women you talk to.
President Obama may not be enjoying the post-convention bounce many polls indicate.
Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney is pledging to keep America "under God."
Americans are getting a break from presidential politics on this eleventh anniversary of the 9/11 terrorist attacks.
For the first time in four months, President Obama has pulled ahead of Mitt Romney in fundraising. Obama brought in $114 million in August to Romney's $111 million.
Congress in back from a five-week vacation. One major task that will be tackled is raising the debt limit to avoid a government shutdown.
Obama sought to draw a clear contrast between the kind of future he envisions for America and what was spelled out by his opponent Mitt Romney last week.
New numbers from the Department of Labor could force the Federal Reserve to stimulate the sluggish economy with more money.
When the leader of the free world comes to town, one thing's for sure, it feels a little less free to move about. Among the largest expenses and headaches: security.
Catholic Archbishop Timothy Dolan closed out the Democratic National Convention with prayer last night, stressing the right to life for the unborn.
There's a growing divide in the Democratic Party among some key minority voters like Hispanics and African Americans.
The Democratic Nation Convention denied a Charlotte-based Christian group the chance to welcome delegates to the Queen City.
Democrats amended their platform to reinstate language acknowledging God. Delegates' reaction on the DNC floor suggested many weren't happy.
Florida Republican Rep. Allen West is making sure voters don't forget the debate over the Democratic National Convention removing God from its party platform.
Republican vice presidential nominee Paul Ryan said he supports prayer in public schools, if states approve.
Democratic Party leaders are scrambling to close a widening Republican financial advantage, according to the Washington Post.
President Barack Obama appears before the DNC in Charlotte, North Carolina tonight to make his case for four more years. Bill Clinton defended him last night, including the president's handling of the economy.
More than a hundred Muslim delegates are taking part in this week's Democratic National Convention.
Democrats took to the DNC floor to hear speeches and a approve the party's platform. But this year something's different: All references to God have been dropped.
The Democrats are going on the attack. The Democratic National Convention kicked off officially last night in Charlotte, N.C.
New polling shows Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney making inroads with Hispanic voters.
Democratic Party officials said their choice to hold their convention in Charlotte showed that they are fighting for the South this November.
President Oobama's deputy campaign manager told CBN News she's not convinced that there is a lack of enthusiasm to re-elect the president.
The Democratic National Convention kicks off tonight in Charlotte, N.C., with first lady Michelle Obama headlining the night.
Prior to the DNC, Muslims gathered to pray at a North Carolina park. Their message: Muslims have much in common with Christians and Jews.
Once again, the GOP is asking, "Are you better off than you were four years ago?" And once again, Democrats have had a hard time coming up with an answer.
First Lady Michelle Obama is set to take the stage at the Democratic National Convention to make the case for why her husband deserves another four years.
DNC Chairwoman Debbie Wasserman Schultz talked about her party's new plank supporting gay marriage as well as the new documentary "Obama's America."