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Lawmakers Worlds Apart on Solving Fiscal Crisis
Lawmakers on Cliff: We Need More Than a Band-Aid
Nancy Pelosi to Stay on as House Minority Leader
In the book The Battle for America's Soul, Dr. C.L. Gray paints an ominous picture of life under government-mandated health care, especially for the elderly and those with life-threatening illnesses.
Brody File: Obama, Christians - a Missed Opportunity?
Lawmakers Express Support for Netanyahu, Israel
Today it seems that lawmakers from both parties are making money from a kind of legal insider trading that - for the ordinary Americans -- would mean jail time.
The Brody File reads Nancy Pelosi's mind as she wraps up the legislative "accomplishments" before the lame duck session.
On this week's edition of the Brody File: CBN News talks to African-American GOP candidate Tim Scott and former Bush speech writer Michael Gerson. Also, a look at recent comments by Nancy Pelosi, a controversial Tea Party coloring book, and more.
On this week's edition of The Brody File: Brent Bozell sounds off on Comedy Central, Faith & Politics, Nancy Pelosi going biblical, and more.
It is out with the old and in with the new in the U.S. House of Representatives. After 12 years of Republican control of Congress, voters - weary of the war in Iraq and frustrated with a party riddled by scandal - said 'No more.'
Democrats believe that the Republicans have given the Bush administration a free pass on a host of issues.
'We as Americans are the first line of defense for the country,' Congressman Steve Pearce said. But not everybody agrees.
How to handle the anti-war crowd is a problem Speaker Pelosi will have to deal with. Meanwhile, she's putting Iraq on the back burner and concentrating the first month or so on popular, centrist domestic issues.
In the House of Representatives, we know that Democrats are in control and Nancy Pelosi is the Speaker. But the true power base may rest with "The Blue Dogs."
The Democrats are back, and their return to power in both the House and Senate is sure to dominate the headlines in 2007.
The last few days have really been about ordinary Americans who came to remember one who healed nation in crisis.
The nation lowers its flags to half mast as millions pay their respect to President Gerald Ford.