Speaking in Wisconsin Tuesday morning, Sen. John F. Kerry continued to blast the Bush administration for its "failure" to secure explosives at an Iraqi military facility -- ignoring reports that those explosives already had vanished by the time U.S. troops arrived at the al-Qaqaa facility in April 2003.
The way the Bush-Cheney campaign sees it, the Kerry-Edwards campaign is "becoming desperate."
Redeem the Vote encourages young evangelicals to register to cast their ballots.
I Will Not Be the Candidate of the NRA
Truth. A loaded word these days. Does truth really exist? Will future generations still believe in absolute truth? “Yes,” says Erwin Lutzer, author and senior pastor of The Moody Church in Chicago, “but only if we fight for it now.”
A Vietnam veteran who appears in a documentary that criticizes Democratic presidential candidate John Kerry's anti-war past following the Vietnam War has filed a libel suit against the movie's director, the Associated Press reports.
Stem cell research proponents are calling for the U.N. to reject a ban on therapeutic cloning, or "destructive" cloning, as it is called by its opponents.
The State Department has ignored the desert kingdom's lack of religious freedom for too long.
They are either necessary to ensure fairness in this year's presidential election or they are a threat to U.S. national sovereignty, but regardless of your opinion, international election observers are finalizing plans to watch the American elections on Nov. 2.
The recent controversy involving CBS News's use of apparently forged memos -- and the reaction to the controversy -- prompted a Newsweek editor to demand that conservatives stop trying to "intimidate" the media.
Demand a yes vote on the marriage protection amendment, and don't be confused by bogus arguments saying the issue should be left to the states.
Learning the real lessons history has for today's war on terror.
Ayad Allawi, the prime minister of Iraq's interim government, will address a joint meeting of the U.S. Congress on Thursday, and he'll also appear in the White House Rose Garden with President Bush.
Why Congress should hold hearings on CBS's 60 Minutes forgery scandal.
The head of the NAACP says the group's national office did not pressure its Ohio chapter to nix a speaking engagement by Education Secretary Rod Paige last week.
CBS News is standing by its "60 Minutes" report and defending the authenticity of documents, which cast a negative light on President George W. Bush's National Guard service. CNSNews.com first was the first news organization to report details of the problems with the documents.
Additional questions were circulating Friday about the contents of four purported military documents regarding President Bush's National Guard service -- documents that served as the basis for a Bush-bashing segment on the CBS News program "60 Minutes" Wednesday night.
...Saddam Hussein would still be in power.
A recent survey conducted by the RAND Corporation indicates a strong correlation between teenage sexual activity and the television shows young people watch.
A Christian legal defense organization is challenging California's domestic partnership law, Assembly Bill 205, which was signed into law in 2001 by former Governor Gray Davis. That legislation extended approximately 15 rights of marriage to same-sex couples.