March 2008 Headlines
CBNNews.com - Housing and Urban Development Secretary Alphonso Jackson announced his decision to resign Monday effective April 18.
WASHINGTON -- Today the Bush administration is revealing new regulations to prevent future credit crisis. Should the plan go into effect, the Federal Reserve would end up getting more power.
Republican presidential candidate John McCain started his first television ad of the general election Friday.
WASHINGTON - As the Democratic primary race drags on, more of the party faithful are growing impatient.
Former Alabama Gov. Don Siegelman has been asked to testify before Congress about possible political influence over his prosecution.
Recently, former President Bill Clinton said he hoped the back and forth debating between his wife and Sen. Barack Obama would continue.
Barack Obama's former pastor is canceling speeches after a backlash over his controversial sermons.
The government's two biggest benefit programs - Social Security and Medicare - are facing enormous challenges, a new report says.
With rising gas and food prices and falling home prices, the economy's front and center for most Americans -- and it's taking center stage on the campaign trail, too.
CBNNews.com - Senator Hillary Clinton "misspoke" last week when she described landing under sniper fire during a trip she took as first lady to Bosnia, her presidential campaign said.
The economy played front and center in the race for the White House, Monday.
The President and Mrs. Bush hosted their final Easter egg roll on the White House lawn Monday.
In his weekly radio address,President Bush reminded Americans to remember the nation's fighting men and women as they celebrate the death and resurrection of Jesus Christ this Easter holiday.
Thousands of pages of Hillary Rodham Clinton's schedule as first lady reveal her years in the White House as limited to a more traditional, restricted role.
Senator Hillary Clinton is challenging Barack Obama to agree to new Democratic primaries in Michigan and Florida.
As far as big moments go, this was a big one. Barack Obama tackling the controversy involving Jeremiah Wright, his ex pastor and friend for years.
The economy has replaced Iraq as the number one issue among Americans.
Democratic presidential candidate Barack Obama sought to ease racial tensions Tuesday, in a speech aimed at unifying his party and addressing racially charged comments made by his long-time pastor.
Both Sens. Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama are trying to shore up crucial support before next month's important primary in Pennsylvania.
WASHINGTON - Nervous investors from New York to Shanghai are on edge.
The Obama campaign emailed the following statement written by Senator Obama himself on the controversy surrounding his Pastor's comments:
WASHINGTON - Your taxes may be going up in the next few years.
They vowed to keep race out of the race, but the topic is rearing its ugly head.
In this precedent-setting election year, many political observers believe the evangelical vote is up for grabs.
WASHINGTON - Are you better off than you were four years ago? That was the famous question Ronald Reagan used to win The White House in 1980.
Eliot Spitzer' replacement will face political challenges when he becomes New York's new governor Monday.
New York Sen. Hillary Rodham Clinton apologized several times to black voters, Wednesday, for comments made during her presidential campaign.
CBNNews.com -- With the race for the White House in full swing, some are wondering if the religious right still wields any political power.
Congress turned a blinding spotlight on credit card companies regarding their sometimes pricey practices.
New York Gov. Eliot Spitzer has resign his post in disgrace after being caught in a prostitution scandal.
WASHINGTON - Mississippi earned Barack Obama his second victory in two weeks, winning the Democratic primary in a blow-out: 61 percent to Hillary Clinton's 37 percent.
The Senate will vote this week on putting a one-year hold on pet projects known as "earmarks."
Being near the end of the primary season, Mississippi Democrats probably never thought much attention would ever be paid to them.
WASHINGTON - New York Republicans are preparing to impeach Governor Eliot Spitzer -- unless he resigns first.
Democratic Party officials think a mail-in solution may be the best way to give Florida Democrats a voice in selecting their party's candidate for president.
Read below or click the play button for the President's weekly radio address, verbatim:
The political adviser who called Hillary Clinton "a monster" has resigned from Barack Obama's presidential campaign.
Senator Barack Obama is leading in delegates - and dollars.
Whatever you call it -- a cliffhanger, a nail-biter or a soap opera -- it's anything but smooth sailing for Democrats in their race for the White House.
Rumors of Hillary Clinton's political demise were greatly exaggerated.
CBNNews.com - Arizona Sen. John McCain, a political maverick and unflinching supporter of the war in Iraq, clinched the Republican presidential nomination Tuesday night.
Hillary Rodham Clinton won the Democratic primary in Ohio and Texas, two crucial victories and a soaring comeback to Barack Obama's string of earlier wins.
The polls opened before daylight in Ohio, and many voters were eager to cast their vote. In Texas, an estimated 2 million people elected to beat the rush and cast their ballots in early voting.
It may not be the Alamo - exactly.
WASHINGTON - The clock is ticking, and both candidates know exactly what's at stake in what could be a defining day for Democrats.
CBNNews.com - She still draws wild crowds everywhere -- Hillary Clinton lovers galore.