April 2008 Headlines
HICKORY, N.C. - Sen. Barack Obama is working feverishly to keep his campaign headed in the right direction.
Holding court in the Rose Garden, President Bush dove right into a thorny issue for many Americans these days. the slowing economy.
CBNNews.com - Democratic Party members increasingly dislike the contender they are not supporting in the nomination fight, an Associated Press-Yahoo News survey and exit polls of voters show.
CHARLOTTE, NC - Momentum may truly be on Sen. Hillary Clinton's side. She is expected to pick up a huge endorsement Tuesday from North Carolina Governor Mike Easley.
President Bush made his final appearance at the White House Correspondents Dinner this weekend.
Sen. Barack Obama's former pastor said Monday that criticism surrounding his fiery sermons is an attack on the black church and rejected those who have labeled him unpatriotic.
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WASHINGTON - Barack Obama's former pastor, Jeremiah Wright, calls the media's treatment of him "unfair."
Democrats Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama traded critical ads in the run-up to the Pennsylvania primaries.
The next Democratic primary race is less than two weeks away and Hillary Clinton not only has the momentum of her win in Pennsylvania but also a little more cash on hand.
CBNNews.com - Hillary Clinton won the Democratic primary in Pennsylvania, Tuesday, a huge victory in keeping her campaign alive in a drawn-out race for the party's nomination.
WASHINGTON - Voters across Pennsylvania are showing up at the polls.
As the projected winner in the Pennsylvania primary Tuesday night, Hillary Clinton thanked a crowd of cheering supporters for her victory.
Republican John McCain began his weeklong tour of Selma, Ala., Monday.
One lawmaker wants America to "wake up" and stop allowing terrorism to proliferate.
CBNNews.com - With one day left before the Pennsylvania primary, Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton observed the rituals of the last days of campaigning: visits to churches, stops at restaurants catering to families, as many public events as possible -- and blanketing the state with attack ads.
In his Saturday radio address, President Bush urged Congress to reconsider it's position on the Columbia free trade agreement. Read the transcript of his remarks below:
Senator John McCain became the last presidential candidate to release his personal tax records.
CBNNews.com -- Associations with a former terrorist added fuel to the fire in the battle between Sens. Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton.
CBNNews.com - Last night, Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton faced off in their only debate before Pennsylvania holds their primary next week.
President Bush announced Wednesday his plan to stop the growth of the nation's greenhouse gas emissions by 2025.
The Democratic candidates are gearing up for the last week of campaigning before next week's Pennsylvania primary.
CBNNews.com - HARRISBURG, Pennsylvania - Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama talked faith and politics at an event called The Compassion Forum last night at Messiah College in Pennsylvania.
GRANTHAM, PA - Why does God allow good things to happen to bad people? Do you believe life starts at conception? When have you felt the presence of the Holy Spirit? Did God create the world in six days?
How does faith inform the decisions of the leading presidential candidates?
The religious right was a powerful political force in the 1980s and 90s, but in this election year, Christian conservatives failed to unite around one candidate.
Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia says the founding fathers never intended to banish religion from government.
CBNNews.com - The House is urging President Bush to boycott the opening ceremonies for the Olympic games in Beijing -- unless China takes stronger action to end the violence in Sudan's Darfur region.
The top general in Iraq will not recommend another troop buildup, even if security worsens before U.S. soldiers begin coming home this summer, he said Wednesday.
Republican presidential candidate John McCain talked to veterans on Monday about the turnaround in violence since the troop surge began.
New York Senator Hillary Rodham Clinton will now rely on her communications chief to formulate her presidential campaign.
Read below or click the play button for this week's presidential radio address.
WASHINGTON - Barack Obama continues to pile up impressive fundraising numbers. He brought in more than twice as much as Hillary Clinton in March.
The House of Representatives has approved a $50 billion plan to fight AIDS and other diseases worldwide.
Senator Barack Obama says if he's elected President, Al Gore will play a "major role" in his administration.
The U.S. Senate has reached an agreement on a plan to help the slumping housing market.
Earmarks. They're those expensive pet projects that members of Congress often slip into spending bills.
When Democrats took over Congress, they promised to get rid of those expensive pet projects known as earmarks.
Polls show a tightening race for the Democrats in Pennsylvania.
WASHINGTON -- The pain at the pump has a lot of Americans looking to play the blame game.
Some world leaders may boycott the Beijing games because of China's recent crackdown in Tibet and its record of human rights abuses.
The major oil companies are once again being questioned about rising cost of gasoline.
WASHINGTON - The campaign trail is heating up as Democrats attack the presumptive Republican nominee.