May 2008 Headlines
CBNNews.com -- Click the play button to hear President Bush's weekly radio address.
In an interview yesterday with the San Francisco Chronicle, Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi made one of the most heinous statements I've heard in quite some time. She credited the success of the troop surge in Iraq to the Iranians.
CHICAGO - Deep dish pizza. The Cubs and Bulls. Lake Michigan. Fantastic shopping.
Is al-Qaeda regrouping or is it really defeated in Iraq?
The Bible is the best-selling book of all time. But despite its importance and influence in culture, many Americans are biblically illiterate. Lawmakers in Tennessee want to change that.
Barack Obama could well be the Democrats' presidential nominee by this time next week.
CBNNews.comCBNNews.com - John McCain is criticizing Obama for not visiting Iraq since becoming a presidential candidate.
Former White House spokesman Scott McClellan says his Christian faith motivated him to learn from his mistakes and to write his controversial book about his days as press secretary.
SAN JUAN, Puerto Rico -- Puerto Rico: full of festive times, sandy beaches and full of passionate voters.
A former top White House spokesman is unleashing some harsh crtiicism about President Bush and the Iraq War.
Republican presidential candidate John McCain is getting some financial help this week from President Bush.
HORMIGUEROS, Puerto Rico - Hillary Rodham Clinton on Sunday offered a spiritual defense for continuing her presidential campaign despite the long odds of overtaking rival Barack Obama.
Democratic presidential candidate Barack Obama is vowing his "unshakable commitment to Israel's security" if he's elected.
Pastor John Hage defended himself Friday, in the face of a controversy that prompted Republican John McCain to reject his endorsement.
CBNNews.com - The Senate has approved $165 billion to fund the war in Iraq -- plus some domestic projects -- until President Bush leaves office.
Senator Barack Obama may look to have the Democratic nomination all but locked up, but Senator Hillary Clinton says she's far from finished.
Despite a stinging defeat to Hillary Clinton in Kentucky, Barack Obama now has a commanding lead that is all but impossible to beat. He is presently claiming a majority of pledged delegates.
CBNNews.com -BOSTON -- Sen. Edward M. Kennedy was released from the hospital Wednesday, while doctors consider the best ways to treat his deadly brain tumor.
CBNNews.com - As expected, Sen. Hillary Clinton cruised to a relatively easy win Tuesday in the Kentucky Democratic Primary.
The only Republican congressman from New York City has announced that he will not seek re-election.
WASHINGTON - Today's primary contests could in Kentucky and Oregon could be an important day for Barack Obama.
The Democratic presidential primary season is winding down to its final few contests.
After weeks of political ads and attacks in the United States, I'm getting to the point where I'd almost rather be in Iraq. Things there feel much more promising.
SAN JUAN, Puerto Rico -- The music is melodious. The scenery is gorgeous. The island breeze is calm, but don't let any of that fool you.
Click the play button or read below for this week's presidential radio address, verbatim.
Democratic presidential candidate Barack Obama is criticizing both Republican John McCain and President Bush for comments he says hint he would try to appease terrorists.
Democratic presidential candidate Barack Obama is accusing President Bush of launching a "false political attack" against him.
CBNNews.com -- Former North Carolina Sen. John Edwards has endorsed his former rival Barack Obama for president.
CBNNews.com -- Barack Obama's campaign is circulating a flyer in Kentucky that focuses in on Obama's Christian faith.
CBNNews.com - Sen. Hillary Clinton won West Virginia by a wide margin Tuesday night, making a strong case to undecided superdelegates that the Democratic race is not yet over.
A well-known Christian televangelist apologized Tuesday for making comments which were misconstrued as an attack on the Catholic church.
Republican presumptive nominee John McCain is focusing part of his presidential campaign this week on alternative energy and how to solve what he says is the world's climate crisis.
The Democratic Party can now be viewed as a train running on two different tracks. One track goes through Tuesday's West Virginia primary. The other spur looks like one very long track. It shows a map of the states where Barack Obama's campaign says he must challenge Republican John McCain this fall.
Sen. Hillary Clinton is banking on a big win over Sen. Barack Obama in West Virginia's Democratic primary on Tuesday.
It's the dirty little secret politicians don't like to discuss. The federal government is spending more than it collects, running up the nation's credit card, and leaving a legacy of debt to the next generation. "Whether you're a liberal, conservative, Democrat or Republican, the numbers just don't add up over the long term," Robert Bixby, head of the Concord Coalition, said. Bixby is one of a group of economic analysts from think tanks including the Concord Coalition, The Heritage Foundation, the Brookings Institution, and the Peter G. Peterson Foundation, who launched a nationwide "Fiscal Wake-Up Tour."
CBNNews.com -- CHARLESTON, W. Va. - It's wild and wonderful, and the center of attention.
CBNNews.com - SAN JUAN, Puerto Rico - They call themselves Mujeres por Hillary, or Women for Hillary. And their mission is very clear: to help Sen. Hillary Clinton become President of the United States of America.
Two bills that would have allowed teachers to challenge the theory of evolution have failed to pass in the Florida state legislature.
A top campaign aide for Sen. Hillary Clinton is predicting big wins for her in the coming weeks, first in West Virginia, then Kentucky.
SAN JUAN, Puerto Rico - Good music dances through the air as a man plays the guitar and sings. The scent of mofongo, rice, peas and other delicious foods can be found on every corner.
CBNNews.com - Four more Democratic superdelegates announced support for Barack Obama, Wednesday, one day after he won North Carolina and barely lost in Indiana.
Republican candidate John McCain may have the Republican nomination wrapped up, but he too spent the day campaigning in North Carolina.
WASHINGTON - Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama are both hoping for wins in the tight battle for the Democratic nomination.
Thousands of votes are still being counted in Indiana, where Hillary Clinton has taken a slight lead.
The idea of a holiday from the federal gas tax is still a hot debate among the presidential candidates.
Voters in Indiana and North Carolina head to the polls Tuesday to cast their vote for either Barack Obama or Hillary Clinton.
WASHINGTON - In just four days voters in North Carolina and Indiana will head to the polls to cast their vote for the Democratic nominee. And with neither candidate able to win the nomination outright - each vote will be crucial.
WASHINGTON - The debate over the rising costs of food and gas is intensifying and right in the crosshairs is ethanol.
In the race for the White House, we continually hear the candidates courting the middle class. It's a block of voters that could decide who becomes our next President. But who exactly is the middle class? That depends on who you ask -- and the answers could influence your vote. Middle Class 'Qualifications' The presidential hopefuls fill up campaign speeches with proposals that would help the middle class. This is not surprising, when you consider most Americans believe the candidates are talking to them. However, is there an "official" middle class income range? Responses from random people ranged from $25,000 to as high as $300,000 a year. The U.S. Census Bureau doesn't even have a definition for the middle class.