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Since Hurricane Katrina steamrolled across the Mississippi Gulf Coast, leveling homes and forcing 85,000 people into FEMA trailers, many have to start from scratch, replacing all they own through the kindness of strangers.
A big Democrat win in this November's elections could jumpstart a contentious debate in Congress that has raged since the late 1980s. It's a debate that could let government decide what you can watch and hear on radio and TV…
CBN News' Melissa Charbonneau sat down with President Bush for an exclusive interview on the economy, taxes, and the war in Iraq.
Former White House speechwriter, Michael Gerson is back in the private sector, but he still continues his passion for public policy.
A former member of President Bush's faith-based initiative claimed the program was used for political purposes. David Kuo says the President didsn't fulfill his promises to put enough money into the initiative.
The First Lady with no constitutional duties has become the "face of diplomacy" for the Bush administration.
The Bush Administration has chastised Vladimir Putin for backsliding on democracy and amassing personal power.
President Bush is trying to rally support for the war on terror. He has launched a series of speeches that will lead up to a major address at the United Nations in mid-September…
Like the statues of Atlas near St. Petersburg's Hermitage Museum, Russia is flexing its muscles. Its economy awash in oil and gas profits, the 15-year-old democracy is staking its claim on the world stage…
Middle East Crisis Escalates
Five years after the 9/11 attacks, America's intelligence community remains a target of public scrutiny…
Anti-porn groups are depending on parents to monitor children online and citizens to report child exploitation to the center's tipline.
For evacuees coming back to repair and rebuild, recovery is hampered by debris, delays, and bureaucratic red tape.
President Bush is urging the Senate to ratify a treaty, supporters say, which will protect America’s access to strategic international waters and the natural resources they contain.
Michael Gerson, former speech writer to President Bush, says a Democratic-run government is a reality that Republicans could wake up to, unless they reinvent their party.
In her new memoir, 'Blue Skies No Fences,' Lynne Cheney recounts growing up in the post-war '50s.
CBN News spoke with leading man Eduardo Verastegui about Bella and his own story that's as inspiring as the film itself.
Iran still nags the U.S. almost 30 years following the hostage crisis that helped bring down a presidency.