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Most Americans Want Payroll Cut Extended
Election Poll: Majority Believe Obama Should Go
Hundreds of Georgians cried out to God for rain on the steps of the state Capitol, Tuesday -- and it looks like God might be answering.
Shootings in a dorm and classroom at Virginia Tech have left at least 33 persons dead and 17 more hospitalized today, according to the Associated Press. It is the deadliest shooting in U.S. history.
CBN News reporter, David Brody, talks to Presidential candidate Mitt Romney in this one on one interview.
Key leaders met to keep the so-called “Road Map” Peace Plan alive. But how successful was it?
Amniotic fluid stem cells may eventually offer promising treatments without the ethical downside. No embryos are destroyed.
Clinton and Obama are trying to court an important segment of the population in Texas: Latino voters.
An alarming number of young people are being bullied online and such mental intimidation has pushed some of these kids to commit suicide.
Questions Remain in White House Shooting Incident
Cain's Latest Accuser Filed Complaint on Next Job
Cyberbullying Pushing Kids Over the Edge
Greece May Go Bankrupt, Even with New Loans
Archbishop Meets with Mugabe on Anglican Abuse
Americans Sour on Economy, Obama's Role
NY Muslims Decry Police Undercover Tactics
Economists: No Recession, Weakness to Remain
June Deadliest Month for U.S. Troops in Iraq