June 2008 Headlines
CBNNews.com -- As the nation prepares to celebrate July 4th with their families and friends, Sen. Barack Obama defending his patriotism Monday in a town appropriately named Independence, Mo.
CBNNews.com - Republican presidential nominee John McCain had the chance to pray with an old acquaintance of his family on Sunday.
If John McCain cannot get the help of Christian conservatives in the Republican Party during the fall campaign, he and his wife will probably not be relocating to 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue next January.
John McCain is making a new effort to rally Christian conservatives.
China has been a fierce critic of other countries politicizing the Olympics, but a recent speech by the top Communist official in Tibet has shifted the direction of the criticisms. Now China has had to defend itself from many questioning its own political Olympic agenda.
Faith-based initiatives are very likely to continue after President Bush's term ends.
CBNNews.com -- Presidential hopeful Barack Obama has accused Focus on the Family's James Dobson of "making stuff up."
As oil futures took a sharper than expected tumble Wednesday, Congress is continuing its efforts to provide Americans some relief at the pump.
CBNNews.com - WASHINGTON - Congress is wrapping up legislation that will lend a helping hand to struggling homeowners. The bill comes as home prices plummet and foreclosures continue to rise.
CBNNews.com -- TAYLOR, Mich. -- Could Barack Obama's views on abortion be a deal breaker with Christian voters?
Senator Barack Obama is facing criticism for bypassing public funds.
A former White House spokesman took his charges against the Bush administration to Capitol Hill Friday.
The government must move quickly to give the Federal Reserve more powers to regulate the financial system and to readily deal with problems, such as this year's volatile financial market, Treasury Secretary Henry Paulson said Thursday,
The attacks have been at times ruthless and downright dirty.
WASHINGTON - Record high gas and oil prices are taking center stage in the presidential campaign.
CBNNews.com - This Father's Day Senator Barack Obama took time off from his two week economic tour to issue a plea to dads everywhere - particularly African American fathers.
CBNNews.com -- Sen. Barack Obama is using the Internet to squelch rumors about him that continue to circulate on the Web.
CHICAGO, Ill. - Team USA beating the Russians at the Olympics. Now that was a miracle. So was Joe Namath and the New York Jets winning the 1969 superbowl and David defeating Goliath.
As motorists watch the price of gasoline hover near $4 a gallon, Republicans and Democrats still can't agree on how to stop rising energy prices.
CBNNews.com -- Senate Republicans blocked a measure that would have placed a new tax on the top five U.S. oil companies as a way to take away some of their record profits.
Democrat presidential hopeful Barack Obama reached out to a group of well-known Christian leaders from several denominations, in a private meeting in Chicago Tuesday.
Sen. John McCain's campaign is clearing the air about a story circulating in cyberspace suggesting he's not that interested in reaching out to evangelicals.
The Obama campaign is making a play for young Christian voters. They're trying to rock the vote by reaching out to the new generation of evangelicals and Catholics.
Read below for this week's presidential radio address, verbatim.
The Democratic Party's heir apparent Sen. Barack Obama and Sen. Hillary Clinton met together privately Thursday night to talk about healing the rifts in their party.
class="MsoNormal" style="margin: 0in 0in 0pt">WATCH LIVE: Sen. Hillary Clinton speaking to supporters in Washington, D.C. where she is expected to supsend her campaign and officially put her support behind presumed Democratic presidential nominee Barack Obama
WASHINGTON - Hillary Clinton is planning to end her presidential campaign this weekend and throw her support behind former rival Barack Obama.
Now that the presumptive nominees have been picked for the Republican and Democratic parties, a general election strategy is beginning to emerge for both parties.
The primary race is officially over but neither Barack Obama nor Hillary Clinton are taking a break.
Hillary Clinton's campaign Web site is full of comments from supporters responding to the senator's request to let her know what they think she should do "next."
Barack Obama claimed victory tonight, in a speech declaring himself the Democratic presidential nominee, even as he reached out to his rival Hillary Clinton to wrap up the 17-month long primary battle. Click play to hear CBN News Sr. Political Correspondent David Brody analyze the outcome of Tuesday night's primaries following this report.
John McCain welcomed Barack Obama as his presumed opponent Tuesday, but said the senator would not provide America with the "right kind of change" it needs.
CBNNews.com - Who will be Barack Obama's running mate now that he has clinched the Democratic party's nomination?
Senator Ted Kennedy is recovering at Duke University Hospital after undergoing risky brain surgery for a malignant tumor.
CBNNews.com - WASHINGTON - Presidential hopeful Hillary Rodham Clinton told colleagues today she would consider taking the number two spot with Barack Obama, if doing so would help Democrats win in November.
Sen. John McCain is supporting a proposal for an international league of democracies to achieve what the United Nation sometimes cannot.
Sen.Ted Kennedy is recovering following brain surgery Monday.
Sen. Hillary Clinton pulled the largest number of votes in Puerto Rico's Democratic primary held Sunday.
CBNNews.com -- After facing some serious criticism surrounding his former pastor Rev. Jeremiah Wright, Sen. Barack Obama has left his church -- Trinity Church of Christ.
CBNNew -- The Democratic Party's Rules and Bylaws Committee is meeting in Washington, DC. The committee is to decide what should be done with the disputed Michigan and Florida delegates.
WATCH LIVE: Senator Hillary Clinton is at Puerto Rico Campaign headquarters where she is the expected winner of the country's democratic primary. Sen. Barack Obama is campaigning in South Dakota where democrats will vote in that state's primary on Tuesday along with Montana. Click here for live coverage of both candidates this afternoon.