April 2008 Headlines
Malaysia bills itself as a moderate Islamic country, but today powerful forces are trying to turn it into a fundamentalist Islamic state.
A State Department report released Wednesday shows a 16 percent increase in terrorist attacks in Afghanistan and Pakistan between 2006 and 2007.
Christians gathered on Capitol Hill Tuesday to call attention to religious persecution in North Korea.
Surging food prices could be affecting the groups that set out to feed those in need.
President Bush declared Thursday "Malaria Awareness Day," to call for new efforts to fight the deadly disease.
Britain is sticking by its decision to halt its troop withdrawals from Iraq.
CBNNews.com - Congress members will view a videotape and other evidence Thursday showing that Syria was building a nuclear reactor with North Korean assistance before Israeli planes bombed the facility last year, a U.S. official says.
Gen. David Petraeus will be nominated to be the next commander of U.S. Central Command, Defense Secretary Robert Gates said Wednesday.
The head of the United Nations is warning the world must increase its food production to put an end to the global food crisis.
Pope Benedict XVI told diplomats at the United Nations on Friday that respect for human rights was the key to solving many of the world's problems.
CBNNews - You might think the former U.S. president who helped negotiate the first Israeli-Arab peace treaty would get a warm welcome in Israel. But Jimmy Carter is getting anything but that in Israel this week.
There's an abundance of box office gold across the Big Pond, just waiting to be mined by movie producers. So much so, that according to a new study, it's enough treasure that would even make Long John Silver stand up on his one good leg and take notice.
The historic visit of Iranian president Mahmoud Ahmadinejad to Iraq was designed to be a show of potential cooperation between the two countries.
WASHINGTON - Read below or click the play button for this week's presidential radio address.
Franklin Graham recently held the largest evangelistic event Belfast, Northern Ireland has seen in nearly 50 years.
WASHINGTON - The celebration of international sport is turning increasingly political, with growing calls for world leaders to skip the opening ceremonies at the Olympics.
CBNNews.com - President Bush has decided not to order additional troop drawdowns for now, accepting the recommendations of his top war commander Gen. David Petraeus.
Pope Benedict will be in the U.S.next week and the Vatican says he will try to heal the wounds caused by the clergy sex abuse crisis.
The top U.S. general overseeing the Iraq war recommended a 45-day pause in troop withdrawals once extra forces sent last year have completed their pullout in July.
KIGALI, Rwanda - He's traveled more than 9,000 miles to help Rwanda become the first "purpose driven nation," but Rick Warren says it wasn't his idea to go there at first.
Christian groups around the world are launching a global call to prayer for China during the Olympics.
NATO endorsed President Bush's plan to build a missile defense system in Europe, but decided not to put Ukraine and Georgia on track to join the alliance.
Few countries have undergone as many challenges and created as many opportunities as China in recent years, and few are as aware of the complexities as Ambassador Zhou Wenzhong.
KIGALI, Rwanda - Fourteen years later, the memory of one million murdered people still haunts this tiny African nation.
To regular readers of this blog, yesterday's admission from Treasury undersecretary Stuart A. Levey wasn't exactly earth-shattering news. The reason it is hugely noteworthy on a global scale is the source: a fairly high-ranking Bush administration official. Is the Bush administration finally ready to throw America's most questionable ally under the bus after years of coziness and false promises? Stay tuned:
LONDON -- Britain has postponed a plan to withdraw around 1,500 troops from Iraq after a surge in violence swept the southern city of Basra and other Shiite areas, Britain's defense secretary said Tuesday.
President Bush is encouraging former Soviet republics like Ukraine to join the North Atlantic Treaty Organization, despite Russia's displeasure with NATO's growing ranks.