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Higher Calling? Tea Party's Angle Takes on Reid

GOP Senate nominee Sharron Angle is an underdog trying to defeat the powerful Senate Majority Leader Reid.

News on The 700 Club: July 26, 2010

As seen on The 700 Club's nationally televised broadcast for Monday, July 26, the top headlines from CBN News...

News Channel Midday Edition: July 26, 2010

Watch the Monday, July 26 edition of CBN Newschannel's Midday News with Mark Martin. Top Stories -- CBN News...

CBN NewsWatch: July 26, 2010

On Monday's CBN Newswatch with Mark Martin and Wendy Griffith: CBN News Exclusive Interview with Nevada Sen. Harry Reid,...

The Brody File: July 20, 2010

On this week's edition of The Brody File, CBN News talks exclusively with GOP Senate nominee Sharron Angle about...

Security on Minds of American Voters

In an election year that includes the 5th anniversary of the Sept. 11 attacks, security is on the minds...

New Cracks Appear in Obama Jobs Bill Support

New Cracks Appear in Obama Jobs Bill Support

Obama Campaign-Style Jobs Tour Continues in NC, VA

Obama Campaign-Style Jobs Tour Continues in NC, VA

FACT CHECK: Wealthy Do Pay Fair Share

FACT CHECK: Wealthy Do Pay Fair Share

Jobs Bill Rejected: Obama, Congress Regroup

Jobs Bill Rejected: Obama, Congress Regroup

Senate Dems Scramble to Rewrite Jobs Bill

Senate Dems Scramble to Rewrite Jobs Bill

Senate Approves Disaster Bill, Averts Shutdown

Senate Approves Disaster Bill, Averts Shutdown

Reid Names Staunch Dems to Debt Super Panel

Reid Names Staunch Dems to Debt Super Panel

Senate Approves Measure Ending FAA Shut Down

Senate Approves Measure Ending FAA Shut Down

Fed Up! Congress Flooded with Debt Debate Calls

Fed Up! Congress Flooded with Debt Debate Calls

Debt Deadlock: U.S. Gov't Could Default in 8 Days

Debt Deadlock: U.S. Gov't Could Default in 8 Days

Senate Rejects Tea Party-Backed Debt Plan

Senate Rejects Tea Party-Backed Debt Plan

Debt Showdown Heads Back to White House

Debt Showdown Heads Back to White House