July 2008 Headlines
One year after the I-35 bridge in Minneapolis collapsed during rush hour traffic, little has happened in the way of repairing problematic bridges across the United States.
NEW YORK - The Olympic team the U.S. will field in Beijing includes at least 33 foreign-born athletes, including four Chinese-born table tennis players.
A group of Boy Scouts who were at a camp hit by a deadly tornado last month got to meet President Bush Thursday.
A federal judge says the giant cross atop San Diego's Mount Soledad can stay.
CBNNews.com - The economy showed minor growth in the spring quarter, thanks to a boom in exports and a small boost to consumer spending from tax rebates, officials said.
How will this play in the Heartland?
An October release will take a glimpse into the life of one of the most admired religious leaders in the world.
Out-of-state gay couples will soon be able to go to Massachusetts to get married.
The Brody File has learned that the Obama campaign met with over 30 House members and senior staff this morning to strategize on Obama's faith outreach strategy this fall.
WASHINGTON - California dodged the "big one"- this time. The Golden State was hit with a 5.4 magnitude earthquake Tuesday. But when a strong quake does strike California, it will be a major disaster.
Outside of gay marriage, another legal battle is brewing in California
Pro-family groups in California are counting on a November ballot measure to permanently stop same-sex marriages in the state.
VIRGINIA BEACH, Va. -- It's not exactly dinner conversation or is it? When you find an exceptional bathroom in a restaurant, you may return to your table with the good news.
CBNNews.com - The nation's security system needs a sweeping overhaul, according to a new government report.
Authorities in Knoxville, Tennessee say the suspect involved in the shooting at a local church picked the congregation because he hated their liberal views.
Pennsylvania's supreme court has ruled that a homosexual hate crimes law used against Christian evangelists violates the state constitution.
CBNNews.com - JERUSALEM, Israel - Officials in the United States and Israel continued to weigh an attack against Iranian nuclear facilities.
Tragedy struck a Tennessee church when a gunman opened fire during a youth performance Sunday, leaving two people dead. Seven adults were also injured but none of the children were harmed at the Tennessee Valley Unitarian Universalist Church.
WASHINGTON - California's fire season is raging with fury as flames close in on hundreds of homes and have threatened the popular Yosemite National Park.
Today's economic reality is forcing many Americans to change the way they live.
Today's tight economy is making it harder and harder for Americans to meet their basic needs.
Soon the world will be watching as athletes arrive in Beijing for the opening ceremony.
Using Jesus' name during public prayers is unconstitutional, a federal appeals court has ruled.
A federal appeals court ruled Wednesday in favor of a Christian college that was once denied scholarship funds because it was "too religious."
The military is investigating a recent incident in which a missile launch crew fell asleep on the job.
The Pennsylvania Supreme Court has ruled that a homosexual "hate crimes" law used against Christian evangelists violates the state constitution.
Warner Brothers' latest Batman movie entitled The Dark Knight is poised to make even more money this weekend at the box-office.
WASHINGTON - After months of rising oil prices, Americans are finally getting a little relief at the pump. Gas prices have fallen by 10 cents to just over $4.00 a gallon.
This week is Captive Nations Week, and to commemorate the historic cause of struggling nations, President Bush spoke about the fight to spread freedom around the world.
WASHINGTON - Hurricane Dolly has gone from a howling Category 2 hurricane to a wet mess. Before it's all over, Dolly will affect a million and a half Texans in its path.
CBNNews.com - GENEVA - Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad called US participation in last weekend's talks in Geneva a "positive step forward."
WASHINGTON - Hurricane Dolly is now a Category 1 storm as winds lessened to 95 miles per hour Wednesday afternoon. Despite losing strength, the hurricane continued to bear down on the Gulf Coast, bringing heavy rain and wind to Texas.
Michael Cook, longtime gospel singer and member of the Grammy award winning group the Mighty Clouds of Joy, passed away last week. He was 46.
CBNNews.com - JERUSALEM, Israel - In an interview on Israel's Channel 2 news, Republican presidential hopeful Senator John McCain said the US would never allow a second Holocaust.
CBNNews.com - Inspectors from the Food and Drug Administration have what they consider a new clue in the salmonella outbreak after finding a jalapeno pepper with the same illness-causing bacteria.
WASHINGTON - People living along the Texas-Mexico border are now bracing for a hurricane, as Tropical Storm Dolly strengthened to a Category 1 Tuesday afternoon.
Arthur S. Holmes, a member of the Christian Broadcasting Network's board of directors, succumbed to cancer on Friday. He was 67.
CBS will not be fined for airing a "wardrobe malfunction" during the 2004 Super Bowl, sparking concern with family groups over TV regulations.
Teenage students in Texas will soon have the option to take a Bible class without the strict boundaries of state standards and guidelines.
CBNNews.com - WASHINGTON - A fixed timetable for withdrawing U.S. combat troops from Iraq could jeopardize political and economic progress, the Pentagon's top military officer said Sunday.
WASHINGTON, DC -- A sea of pink and green descended upon the U.S. Capitol this month, as more than 23,000 members of the world's oldest, predominately African-American sorority celebrated their 100th birthday.
WASHINGTON - Oil prices are finally falling, stocks are rising - but so are retail prices. So how do they affect you and your wallet and where do things go from here?
Tuesday night was Major League Baseball's "Midsummer Classic" -- the All-Star Game.
CBNNews.com - Need to look up some Bible scripture in a hurry? But you can't get to your Bible or to your computer? Just look up the passage on your iPhone.
The philosophy called "political correctness" thoroughly permeates our modern culture.
Utilities in Texas are going ahead with a $4.9 billion plan to bring more wind power to the state.
It's getting harder for America's teenagers to find summer jobs.
The battle for gay rights may have cost one Christian counselor her job.
An advertising campaign to bring homosexual tourists to the United States is drawing criticism.
WASHINGTON - Washington is again focused on the economy for a second day in an effort to avoid a recession and guard against rising prices
A Tennessee man is suing his former church claiming he was hurt during a charismatic prayer service.
CBNNews.com - General Motors Corp. is expected to announce Tuesday that several thousand salaried jobs will be eliminated and that the auto company will scale back truck production across the board.
A U.S. judge has ordered Google to turn over personal information about their users, after concerns of copyright infringement.
The rush to find an oil alternative may be shifting from corn-based ethanol to another less commonly known crop.
After 156 years, a brewing company that grew into an icon of American business is being sold to Europeans.
Thunderstorms brought much-needed rain to California Sunday, but also complicated week-long firefighting efforts in the state.
WASHINGTON - WASHINGTON - Once again, the government is stepping in to help ease the credit crunch.
WASHINGTON - Anthrax. Smallpox… these words were commonplace following 9/11 as potential weapons of terror against the United States.
CBN.com - Mike Candrea is a man who knows how to win. He led his softball team at the University of Arizona to eight national titles. In 2002 he was named head coach of the US national team and they took home the gold in the 2004 Olympics. After 31 years, Coach Candrea has come to realize that coaching is more than winning games or teaching people how to play softball.
MISSION, Texas -- The federal government's border fence plans in South Texas have been attacked by property owners, wildlife advocates and land conservationists. The next wave of opponents could come from the water - and they're carrying paddles.
With gas prices rising nearly every day, drivers are always on the lookout for the cheapest fuel.
Gay marriage has been legal in California for three weeks now. State officials have not yet released numbers on how many gay marriage licenses have been issued. But some estimate the number could be close to 10,000.
CBNNews.com - Shifting winds have caused some of the California wildfires to double back.
A well-known oil tycoon says he has the answer to solve the nation's energy crisis.
Some lawmakers want to set a national speed limit to help save gasoline.
SUFFOLK, Va. - It's not as widespread, but firefighters on the East Coast are battling another kind of wildfire.
WASHINGTON - If you're like most Americans, these days it may feel like you're paying more for everything: from the food you buy at the grocery store to the gas you pump to fuel your car.
The crash that killed five members of Bluffton University's baseball team was an accident that did not have to happen, officials say.
Residents in rural Missouri are cleaning up their water damaged homes after weeks of flooding in the Midwest.
More than 20,000 firefighters are battling hundreds of wildfires throughout California.
CROW CREEK SIOUX RESERVATION, S.D. -- In a nation known for its wealth, there are pockets of intense poverty and despair that many Americans know nothing about.
CBNNews.com - Reporting on the Iraq war was Kimberly Dozier's job as Baghdad-based correspondent for CBS News.
LOGANTON, Pa. - Gospel singer Timothy Wright was critically injured in a crash in central Pennsylvania that killed his wife and a wrong-way driver who hit their vehicle, police said.
Her story was one she was told nobody wanted to hear.
War hero Scott O'Grady, who survived his plane being shot down while patrolling in Bosnia in 1995, has teamed up with a group of people to help save Ellis Island.
America's hisory and freedom has always hinged on the lives of brave men and women who sacrificed to serve their country. This Independence Day CBNNews.com salutes our soldiers serving now in the War on Terror.
They're unpredictable and dangerous -- that's how firefighters describe the hundreds of wildfires scorching California for the past two weeks.
CBNNews.com -- Abortion clinics in South Dakota will, for now, still be required to tell pregnant mothers getting an abortion will "terminate the life of a whole, separate, unique, living human being."
President Bush helped break ground at what will be the new Walter Reed National Military Medical Center.
CBNNews.com -- Residents in the waterlogged Midwest now have a new problem to deal with.
CBNews.com - JERUSALEM, Israel - Career diplomat James Cunningham will replace outgoing US Ambassador to Israel Richard Jones, who ends his three-and-a-half years in Israel on July 11.
Dry weather this weekend in California is threatening to make out of control wildfires even worse.
More employers across the U.S. are turning to a four day work week to help cash strapped workers.
What could be more streamline than a swimmer's own skin?
Pro-life students and teachers picketed outside the annual convention of the National Education Association, Wednesday.
Forget all the wrangling in the financial media about whether or not stocks are in a bear market.
Christian leaders gathered in Denver Tuesday in opposition to an anti-Christian censorship law that could open the door to censoring the Bible.
More than 1,400 wildfires have scorched thousands of acres of land in California, setting a new early-season record.
Get ready to pay more to keep your home cool this summer.