March 2008 Headlines
Monday was the deadline for six television evangelists to turn over their financial records to Congress.
Former Vice President Al Gore is launching his bipartisan "Climate Protection" campaign this week.
CBNNews.com - Pat Robertson, Al Sharpton and Al Gore may not share many of the same views but they all agree we need to protect the planet.
CBNNews.com - A California state court will reconsider its ruling that could outlaw homeschooling -- raising hopes in the homeschooling community that the justices will reverse their action.
Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice said that America's current struggle with race issues is a result from a national "birth defect" that at the country's founding, denied blacks the same opportunities as whites.
CBNNews.com - Three children of a family who chose prayer over medical attention for their daughter were removed from their parent's home, Friday.
Skyrocketing oil prices are forcing some airlines to raise their airfares.
CBNNews.com - According to an article posted on The American Spectator Web site, Barack Obama's military advisor and co-chairman of his national campaign has a history of anti-Israel bias.
High gas prices aren't just affecting those driving cars -- truckers are paying even more for their fuel.
SOUTHFIELD, Mich. -- Jack Kevorkian, the assisted-suicide advocate who served eight years in prison for second-degree murder, announced Monday he's running for Congress as an independent.
CBNNews.com - JERUSALEM, Israel - U.S. Vice President Dick Cheney and Israeli Prime Minister Ehud Olmert had little to say after their meetings, leading Israeli media to speculate that the two were discussing Iran's nuclear armament program.
The Walgreens Distribution Center in Anderson, S.C. is making a difference and setting an example.
Home sales are up, according to a new report.
Just as consumers are finding higher prices at the grocery store, a new report suggests people are paying more for less product.
The first weekend of the 2008 NCAA men's basketball tournament is in the books, with play resuming Thursday with regional semifinals.
DETROIT - Mayor Kwame Kilpatrick, a one-time rising star and as Detroit's youngest elected leader, was charged Monday with perjury and other counts after sexually explicit text messages surfaced that appear to contradict his sworn denials of an affair with a top aide.
Gas prices rose seven-cents over the past two weeks.
Arkansas has already seen its share of flooding in the last few days, but record more high water could still be on the way.
A fishing vessel sank off Alaska's Aleutian Islands early Sunday morning. Forty-two crew members of the Alaska Ranger were rescued.
WASHINGTON - New York Giants quarterback Eli Manning has been drafted by the President to kick off a nationwide challenge to combat America's obesity epidemic.
For decades, the old saying, "The family that prays together stays together" was viewed as one of the foundations of a happy marriage.
Almost every day, Americans get new offers for more credit. Many of those who take the bait only go deeper in debt.
Many people may not be familiar with the name Howard Jones, but the legendary preacher paved the way stepped out on faith and worked tirelessly for decades preaching the word of God in order to bring all the races together -- under one roof -- for the Lord.
A Colorado pastor is recommending that all churches hire armed security guards.
CBNNews.com - CAIRO - Along with a $23 million aid package to help Egypt with rebuilding the security wall at the border with the Gaza Strip, the US plans to send teams from the Army Corps of Engineers to help Egyptian forces locate smuggling tunnels.
CBNNews.com - JERUSALEM, Israel - Israeli and American officers completed a four-day joint training exercise testing "extreme scenarios" Thursday.
Flood waters are rising in the Midwest and forecasters say more torrential rains are on the way.
WASHINGTON - The Midwest is just beginning to clean up and dry out today after powerful storms dumped as much as a foot of rain across several states in the last few days.
CWN.com - Chuck Colson, the infamous Watergate "hatchet man" and chief council to President Richard Nixon, learned many years ago that what appears important is really of no value at all.
Before they were married, Quel and Stacy Williams of Lorton, Virginia, fought hard because both were strong-willed and stubborn.
Heavy rains in the Midwest forced hundreds of people to flee from their flooded homes Tuesday.
Although the Bible was used in the past by some to justify slavery, it was the true power of the Gospel that led millions of slaves in America to pursue freedom and equality.
The president of the Creation Museum said the museum must now employ security guards to protect exhibits and visitors.
If granted any wish, most 9-year-olds would choose a trip to Disney World.
WASHINGTON - With job cuts, a credit crunch, and gas and food prices on the rise, Americans are responding by trimming their spending. So, today, the Federal Reserve once again is taking action.
The Supreme Court has agreed to take up case on the use of profanity on the airways, the Court's first major case on broadcast indecency in 30 years.
Washington, D.C -- A Maryland farm that was the site of the single bloodiest day in American history. A sleepy Kentucky town where cannonballs careened into homes. And a Virginia crossroads where 7,000 of General Ulysses S. Grant's Unions troops were mowed down in 30 minutes are some of the nation's most endangered battlefields.
The following is the transcript of President Bush's weekly radio address for March 15, 2008
Many Californians are still outraged by a recent court decision requiring parents get credentials before homeschooling their children.
A church in Ohio wants to help ease the pain at the gas pump.
Here's more of the CBN News interview with Cynthia Dunbar. She is an attorney and serves on the Texas State Board of Education.
Here's more of the CBN News interview with Dr. William Dembski, a Texas parent and an expert on the theory of Intelligent Design.
The nation's largest Lutheran group is urging the church to continue defining marriage as a union between a man and a woman. But the group did not offer a consensus on same-sex relationships.
This basic education question has been on the minds of parents and politicians alike, as the U.S. and its families determine the best possible future for America's youths. It seems that in much of the current news media, we hear two vastly different perspectives.
This season's top 12 American Idol contestants performed for the first time Tuesday night to a Beatles theme.
A top Democratic leader has thrown his support behind an investigation of six "prosperity gospel" Christian ministries.
Think you're paying a lot to fill up your car with gasoline now? Just wait.
Supporters of Boeing are protesting after the U.S. Air Force gave a multi-billion dollar contract to a european company.
From the headlines alone, it's difficult to know what to believe.
WASHINGTON - Adm. William Fallon, the top U.S. military commander for the Middle East, is resigning, Defense Secretary Robert Gates said Tuesday.
A Washington State woman never dreamed that her coffee habit would lead to a lifesaving kidney.
NASHVILLE, Tenn -- The National Religious Broadcasters Association is holding its annual convention this week in Nashville, Tennessee. NRB members are in an uproar over what they call an attack on religious freedom.
Complaints against a Montana pharmacist who refused to dispense the "morning after pill" for religious reasons have been dropped, attorneys with the Alliance Defense Fund said.
California Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger says he'll intervene if a court ruling against homeschoolers is not overturned. And some homeschooling parents say they'll leave the state, rather than give up their rights to educate their children.
Students from Auburn University gathered Monday to remember their schoolmate as more details of her murder unfolded.
Police doubt there's any connection between the murders of two girls at two colleges on the same night.
A California appeals court has made the decision that only parents who hold teaching credentials can legally homeschool their children.
Investigators on Friday followed a long trail of possible clues in New York City's Time Square bombing.
CBNNews.com -- There are three words in the English language that can make many men and women cringe in fear.
A small bomb damaged an empty military recruiting station in New York City's Times Square early Thursday morning.
Some of California's supreme court justices are showing skepticism over legalizing same-sex marriage.
CBNNews.com - JERUSALEM, Israel - Over the summer, US Ambassador to Israel Richard Jones will be replaced by James Cunningham, who has been serving the State Department in Hong Kong for the past four years.
One of the last living World War I veterans was honored at the White House Thursday.
A massive computer network to fight crime and terrorism is now being used by more than 1,600 local law enforcement agencies across the country.
A church deacon and a former missionary are among the dead in a small plane crash in Oklahoma.
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Several of California's Supreme Court justices are showing skepticism over legalizing same-sex marriage.
The chairman of the Federal Reserve warns that the housing crisis isn't over yet.
There's an urgent warning for teenagers and their parents: the deadliest hazard to teens behind the wheel is other teens.
Lawyers representing both sides of the gay marriage debate are making their case before the California supreme court today.
Some Christians in the U.S. are marking the time of Lent with a different sort of sacrifice.
Oil prices surged to a new record high Monday as the dollar weakened to another low against the euro.
CBNNews.com - Can anyone prosper and make it financially? Are there rules to follow to assure financial success?
CBNNews.com - If you're a resident of Gainesville, Ga., or you're planning on visiting, you no longer have to worry about being arrested and jailed for handing out tracts.