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White House press secretary Tony Snow talks to CBN News about the press, the president and his fight with cancer.
It's not just the candidates conspiring to change the face of presidential debates. For years critics have complained these political showdowns are too crowded, too commercial, and too much like pop-culture.
Each year in sub Saharan Africa 2 million people die of AIDS-related diseases. In Zambia, one of the continent's poorest nations, one million people of the 10 million population - or one in 10 - are living with HIV.
Should government decide how long you can listen to a liberal radio host like Al Frankin, or a conservative commentator like Rush Limbaugh?
Her words make her the target of death threats and force her to travel 'round-the-clock with armed bodyguards.
CBN News spoke with the German homeschooler who was abducted by police, placed in foster care, then ran away.
CBN News talked with Snow about what it's been like coming back and how he's handling his battle against cancer.
Gonzales Talks on Civil Liberties
In Part Two of our conversation with Lynne Cheney, Melissa Charbonneau talks Iraq war with the nation’s second lady.
Avalon has always been associated with creating memorable music, but never has the award-winning foursome sounded more compelling than on their latest release.
More than five years after September 11, the headlines now are about a bloody war in Iraq. But John Negroponte, the country's top intelligence chief, has warned that bin Laden's network is alive and active all around the globe.
An eight-week marriage class in Washington, D.C., called "Together is Better," believes that raising children in a healthy marriage between a man and woman, - is the kind of marriage that builds communities.
There are more medications for asthma than ever before -- and they are more effective than ever. But there's a downside in addition to the high cost: side effects.
Critics blame bad ticket sales on the war. Others say it's the anti-American message. Can Hollywood and the military join forces?
Scott McClellan's recent best-seller on the White House and the Iraq war is at odds with that of another past Pentagon official.
Former U.S. Comptroller General, David Walker, looks at the effects of our nation's 53 trillion dollar debt and the wave of retiring baby boomers.
Now that Castro has ceded power to his brother, what does the future hold for the Island and how will Washington deal with it?
President Bush is on a mission in Africa to showcase the success of an historic foreign policy: his emergency plan for AIDS relief, known as PEPFAR.