June 2008 Headlines
WASHINGTON - Oil hit yet another record high today. And some industry analyst are warning that we could see gas at $7.00 a gallon within two years.
U.S. government infighting has delayed the hunt for al-Qaeda leaders in northwest Pakistan, the New York Times reports.
Zimbabwe's President Robert Mugabe was sworn in for another term this weekend -- just moments after he had been declared the winner in what several world leaders called "a sham" run-off election.
LAMPEDUSA, Italy - Every day dozens, sometimes hundreds, of Africans cram into tiny boats and set sail for the shores of Europe.
Christianity in Japan has faced an uphill battle for hundreds of years. Religious freedom didn't come to the island nation until around the time of America's civil war.
An election that President Bush calls "a sham" went on as planned today in Zimbabwe.
North Korea detonated a 60-foot-tall cooling tower above its main nuclear reactor complex Friday - the most visible symbol of its nuclear weapons program.
North Korea has made a new promise to come clean on its nuclear weapon programs.
Spain is one step closer to being the first country to extend rights to apes.
From the Gaza strip to neighboring Egypt, his father is promising to kill him for becoming a believer.
The Saudi government has arrested more than 700 suspected al-Qaeda-linked militants this year, officials announced Wednesday.
An Israeli police officer committed suicide Tuesday during a departure ceremony for French President Nicolas Sarkozy, officials said.
CBNNews.com - WASHINGTON - Gas prices have set yet another record at $4.10 a gallon. But one leading analyst believes they may have peaked for the year.
MACAU, China -- From the flashing lights of the MGM, Venetian and Wynn, it might seem like you're in Las Vegas. But thousands of miles away off of the southeastern coast of China, Macau is Asia's premier gambling destination.
The world's top oil producing nations will be meeting in Saudi Arabia this weekend to talk about how to stop energy prices from climbing higher.
More than a hundred Israeli fighter jets took part in a major military exercise this month.
ISRAEL-GAZA BORDER - Egyptian officials reportedly say that Israel and Hamas "have agreed on the first phase" of a truce to end the violence emanating from the Gaza Strip, according to a MENA agency report.
CBNNews.com - Taliban militants have gained control of several villages near Kandahar, destroying bridges and planting mines in preparation for battle, officials said Tuesday.
The bishop of London has ordered an investigation into the reported church ceremony where two gay priests exchanged rings and vows - a direct violation of Anglican church doctrine.
Saudi Arabia's oil minister says the country will boost oil production by 200,000 barrels a day next month.
President Bush is ending his farewell trip through Europe with a boost.
WASHINGTON - Each Father's Day, a group of committed men don their aprons and chef's hats in an effort to strengthen the black family.
MELBOURNE, Australia - Austraila, the land down under, could soon be known for something else.
President Bush broke protocol Friday for an informal meeting with Pope Benedict.
Irish citizens have voted against a new European Union reform treaty.
President Bush is pointing to more progress in Iraq.
President Bush is meeting with German Chancellor Angela Merkel Wednesday as part of his farewell tour of Europe.
President Bush is meeting with the European Union for the last time in Slovenia this week.
With high gas prices and the struggling economy on his mind, President Bush left Washington Monday for a U.S. - European Union summit in Slovenia.
Imagine being told that you are responsible for your family's debt. And to pay off that debt you will serve as a slave for the rest of your life.
CHENGDU, China - All media in China are controlled by the communist government. And so shortly after the May 12 earthquake, officials put out instructions on how the earthquake should be covered by journalists.
WASHINGTON - Today a special U.N. summit convenes in Italy to decide just what can be done to stop the rapid increase in the price of food.
JERUSALEM, Israel -Al Qaeda's number two leader is calling on Muslims to wage a holy war war over the Gaza Strip.
The U.S. State Department released its annual report on what the government calls Modern Day Slavery.
In China, Operation Blessing is donating all of the funding for a brand new school and dormitory.
U.N. inspectors will be allowed to enter Syria this month for what many hope will be more than a feeble attempt to investigate possible nuclear development in the country.
Israel is celebrating its 60th birthday this year.
Violence in Iraq is at the lowest level in four years.