Today on The CBN News Daily Rundown: President Trump wades in Brexit drama. Senior international correspondent Dale Hurd gives analysis on the start of Trump's UK visit and if Theresa May can survive what many consider a very watered down plan to exit the European Union.
Today on The CBN News Daily Rundown: Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh is making his rounds on Capitol Hill--meeting with Senators ahead of his confirmation hearings. Capitol Hill correspondent Abigail Robertson says that while Republicans believe he's a shoe in, Senate Democrats are building a case against him that they hope will tie up the process until after midterm elections.
Today on The CBN News Daily Rundown: The youngest victims of America's opioid epidemic. Every 30 minutes a baby is born addicted to drugs. CBN News health reporter Lorie Johnson recently spent time with a ministry that is fighting to break the generational curse of addiction one recovering bay and mother at a time.
Today on The CBN News Daily Rundown: Brett Kavanaugh is President Trump's nominee for the Supreme Court seat being left vacant by Justice Anthony Kennedy. Handpicked from a group of 25--Kavanaugh is a crucial appointment that could til the court for decades. Senior Washington correspondent Jennifer Wishon gives analysis on Trump's choice and the battle to come over his confirmation.
Today on The CBN News Daily Rundown: President Trump announces his Supreme Court nominee tonight at 9pm EST. CBN News chief political correspondent David Brody has details on how we can expect the confirmation battle to immediately start playing out--and his thoughts on what it will mean for mid-term elections.
Today on The CBN News Daily Rundown: A parents nightmare. In October of 2017, Vinnie and Melissa Murphy woke up to the sound of their children screaming. They lost their two youngest that day--only five and seven years old. But they also lost their oldest son--19 year old Malik Murphy was charged with murdering his siblings. Reporter Efrem Graham just returned from the Murphy's Colorado Springs home, where they talked about the struggle to forgive, mental illness and the new understanding they have for the love of Christ.
Today on The CBN News Daily Rundown: President Trump is just days away from announcing his nominee for the open seat on the Supreme Court. A major concern coming from the left--how the presidents pick will impact Roe vs. Wade--the ruling from 1973 that legalized abortion nationwide. CBN News senior Washington correspondent Jennifer Wishon says overturning the ruling isn't something that would happen overnight--although many states are already prepared to ban abortion if the decision falls back into their control.
Today on The CBN News Daily Rundown: Could the immigration crisis in Europe lead to the end of the European Union? Most people don't realize how close that came to happening Monday night when German Chancellor Angela Merkel made a last minute deal to narrowly escape the collapse of her government--for now. CBN News senior international correspondent Dale Hurd says if Merkel falls, the EU is likely to go with her.
Today on The CBN News Daily Rundown: President Donald Trump is finalizing one of the most important decisions of his presidency: his second nominee to the US Supreme Court--and lawmakers--well, they're already fighting about it. CBN News Capitol Hill correspondent Abigail Robertson and chief political correspondent David Brody are on today. They've got information on who the wild card's could be during the impending confirmation hearing and who's at the top of the president's short list.
Today on The CBN News Daily Rundown: Is civility in America dead? There's been report after report, over the last few weeks, of politically motivated harassment, followed by reports of lawmakers encouraging it. Capitol Hill correspondent Abigail Robertson sought out Senate Chaplain Barry Black and asked him if there's a way to come back from this--he says prayer is the answer and there's a group of lawmakers that give him hope.
Today on The CBN News Daily Rundown: It's World Refugee Week--a time when people around the world are asked to remember the 25.4 million refugees. This year the UN is drawing special attention to the Christians and Yazidis from Iraq and Syria. Senior international correspondent Gary Lane has spent time in dozens of refugee camps worldwide--and shares their powerful prayer requests.
Babies are a gift from God, they can also be expensive and one of their most basic needs is one many parents struggle to afford - diapers. Today on the CBN News Daily Rundown, CBN News Correspondent Caitlin Burke takes us behind the scenes of her reporting on the "diaper loophole" and what it means for so many American families. She also tells us how we can help. CBN News Senior Washington Correspondent Jennifer Wishon is your guest host.
Today on The CBN News Daily Rundown: Ever wondered if you have genes that predispose you to diseases like cancer or Alzheimer's--would you find out if you could?According to new research, if you HAVE the gene, you can actually turn it on or off simply by changing your behaviors. CBN News health reporter, Lorie Johnson shares how this new research will have a multi-generational impact.
Today on The CBN News Daily Rundown: When it comes to sexual abuse, women are not the only victims. According to the National Sexual Violence Resource Center, one in six men experience some form of sexual violence in their lifetime. CBN's John Jessup recently spoke with a pastor who spent years coping with the pain of being abused at the hands of relatives--now he's on a mission to help victims see themselves in a different light.
Today on The CBN News Daily Rundown: The mainstream media is full of politicians talking about the right way to fix the US policy on immigration--and lately both sides have been using scripture to prove their point is the right one. CBN's John Jessup says using the Bible as a basis for criticizing each others position is a tactic that's been used throughout history.
Today on The CBN News Daily Rundown: The images from the border are heartbreaking--and in a shift from previous policy--President Trump announced Wednesday that families will now be held together during the process of prosecution and deportation. But the over-arching immigration problem remains, and for there to be a real solution, Congress must act. Capitol Hill correspondent Abigail Robertson says several votes are expected today--but shares why it's unlikely any of them will make it to the desk of the president.
Today on The CBN News Daily Rundown: She was the first American in history to be jailed for taking a stand for traditional marriage. Senior Washington correspondent Paul Strand recently sat down with Kim Davis--the Kentucky County Clerk who refused to put her name on gay marriage licenses. He says she's got a dire warning for Americans about a cultural battle that is far from over.
Today on the CBN News Daily Rundown: It was once the largest US municipality to ever declare bankruptcy--now after years of recovery--Motor City is back open for business. CBN News reporter Mark Martin shares how far Detroit has come and what's next in the cities revitalization efforts.
Today on The CBN News Daily Rundown: Iran is experiencing its worst drought in 50 years, leading to a water shortage and the loss of much needed crops. Israel is a world leader in water technology and has offered to share the innovation that has kept them from a similar crisis--but Iranian officials say no. CBN News Mid-East Bureau Chief Chris Mitchell says Israeli leaders have bypassed the government and are now appealing directly to the Iranian people.
Today on the CBN News Daily Rundown: After a decade of research--a groundbreaking study is re-directing how doctors treat breast cancer. Thousands of women will now be spared from one of the most common and most dangerous treatments: chemotherapy. CBN News health reporter Lorie Johnson has looked into the new findings and discusses who's eligible to opt out of chemo.
The high profile suicides of designer Kate Spade and celebrity chef Anthony Bourdain shed new light on the alarming number of Americans who are taking their own lives. CBN News health reporter Lorie Johnson tells us what warning signs to look out for and discusses the role of the church in giving people hope today on the CBN News Daily Rundown.
President Donald Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong Un have concluded their historic summit in Singapore. For the world it was a rare chance to get a glimpse of Kim and his entourage. CBN News White House Correspondent Ben Kennedy gives us some insight into the spectacle of the summit today on the CBN News Daily Rundown.
Prison dogs eating dead North Koreans, forced abortions without anesthesia and starvation. Christian North Korean defectors tell CBN News about the horrors they experienced in their country because of their desire to follow Jesus. They also share the miracles God is doing in North Korea where people are taught their dictator is god. CBN News National Security Correspondent Erik Rosales takes us behind the scenes of his reporting today on the CBN News Daily Rundown.
To Hispanic congregations across America he's known simply as Pastor Sam, but Samuel Rodriguez has the ear of the president as one of his influential evangelical faith advisors. Despite facing criticism from some fellow Christians, Rodriguez says he's fulfilling "an assignment from heaven." CBN News Correspondent Heather Sells recently profiled Rodriguez for the 700 Club and tells us more about the leader she's been following for a decade today on the CBN News Daily Rundown.
First Lady Melania Trump joined her husband Wednesday for a FEMA briefing on the 2018 hurricane season. People were anxious to see her because it was her first public appearance in weeks since she had a kidney procedure last month. In her absence there’s been a lot of speculation about why she's been keeping a low profile. CBN News White House Correspondent Ben Kennedy talks about the public's fascination with the First Lady today on the CBN News Daily Rundown.
Today on The CBN News Daily Rundown: A crisis pregnancy center in Florida launched a new ministry that's saving lives. Reporter Charlene Aaron says its focus is on fathers--teaching them the importance of choosing life for their unborn children, but also giving them biblical instruction on how to be the head of a family.
Today on The CBN News Daily Rundown: It's one of the biggest threats to free speech in the US--political correctness. Senior Washington reporter Paul Strand looks into why college campuses seem to be the most obvious example of a culture shift that is silencing people of faith.
Today on The CBN News Daily Rundown: A new book from Fox News Chief Political Anchor Brett Baier takes readers behind the scenes of three days that former President Ronald Reagan spent in Moscow back in 1988. Senior Washington correspondent Jennifer Wishon points out that Reagan's message from 30 years ago is eerily applicable today as President Trump prepares for next weeks summit with North Korea.
Today on The CBN News Daily Rundown: Near-average-activity is expected out of the 2018 hurricane season--but even an average hurricane is more than Puerto Rico can handle. The islands electrical infrastructure is still largely destroyed and the power that has been restored is vulnerable. Reporter Heather Sells recently traveled to Puerto Rico and she couldn't believe that what she found was a part of the US.
Today on The CBN News Daily Rundown: A Russian malware attack could put your home computer at risk. The FBI announced this week that hundreds of thousands of home and office routers were compromised. CBN News national security correspondent Erik Rosales that while the consequences of being hacked are extreme, the precautions to take against it are simple.
Today on The CBN News Daily Rundown: Israel is on high alert. Islamist's launched about 100 rockets and mortars into Southern Israel on Tuesday, and while many believe this round of violence is over, there's always the possibility of more trouble. CBN News Mid-East Bureau Chief Chris Mitchell and Mid-East Correspondent Julie Stahl are on the podcast today--they paint a picture of what life is like for those who live in Southern Israel, where a mortar could fall any day.
Today on The CBN News Daily Rundown: The NFL announced a new rule, last week, banning players from kneeling in protest during the national anthem. Team owners are said to be in support of the policy, but it came as a surprise to players. CBN News sports reporter Shawn Brown says the debate over this issue is far from over.
Today on The CBN News Daily Rundown: The real reason the US backed out of the summit with North Korea. National Security correspondent Erik Rosales sat in on an off-camera White House briefing and he's on this episode to catch us up to speed.
Today on The CBN News Daily Rundown: Mommy bloggers have come together against a new children's film. It's called Show Dogs and they say one of the main themes of the movie is not only inappropriate, but dangerous. CBN News reporter Charlene Aaron spoke with the film's original writer--who says these scenes were not his doing.
Today on The CBN News Daily Rundown: The U.S. could be on the verge of a constitutional crisis. New evidence calls into question the integrity of not only the FBI but also the Justice Department. Senior Editor John Waage explains the connection between the alleged "spy" on the Trump presidential campaign, the Mueller investigation and President Trumps opponents.
Today on The CBN News Daily Rundown: A new plan for Iran. In the wake of the U.S. exit from the Iran Nuclear Deal, Secretary of State Mike Pompeo announced the new policy. CBN News chief international correspondent Gary Lane says it could mean some serious new sanctions on Iran, but also on our allies.
Today on The CBN News Daily Rundown: Ireland has some of the toughest abortion laws in the world--at least for now. This week voters head to the polls to determine whether or not to appeal an amendment in their constitution that protects the right to life of both a mother and her unborn child. If it fails, pro-life advocates worry it will open the way to abortion on-demand. Dale Hurd is covering this story and he says there's been significant censorship ahead of the vote--Facebook actually sealing the country off from outside advertising.
As President Trump fights the opioid epidemic he may have no better partner than his surgeon general. Dr. Jerome Adams has a track record of employing unconventional policies to achieve measureable results and for him; the fight against opioid addiction is personal. CBN News Washington Correspondent Amber Strong is profiling Dr. Adams for the 700 Club and tells us about her interview with him today on the CBN News Daily Rundown.
North Korean leader Kim Jong Un cancels high level talks with South Korea and threatens to pull out of his planned meeting with President Donald Trump June 12th in Singapore. "This is a guy who cannot be trusted, this is literally a little boy who is running this country," says CBN News National Security Correspondent Erik Rosales about Kim. Rosales shares his insights about North Korea and explains the China connection today on the CBN News Daily Rundown
On the heels of his historic decision to move the US embassy to Jerusalem and looking ahead to his consequential meeting with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un, not to mention the booming economy - is President Donald Trump's political stock rising? An uptick in the president's popularity could have a major effect on the upcoming midterm elections. Today on the CBN News Daily Rundown, Chief Political Correspondent David Brody weighs in.
It may be the biggest moving day in history - the United States of America today moved its embassy from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem, the capital of Israel. President Trump says his decision to make the move simply acknowledges reality. Christians know it fulfills Biblical prophecy. CBN News Middle East Bureau Chief Chris Mitchell sets the scene for us from Jerusalem.
Today on The CBN News Daily Rundown: Millions in rural America have no access to medical care. It's a crisis that largely goes unnoticed and unsolved. Those with access to care can't imagine being without and doctors often accept jobs with salaries large enough to pay off student loans. CBN News health correspondent Lorie Johnson found a county in California that has come up with a unique plan to attract doctors--attached to an incentive to keep them.
Today on The CBN News Daily Rundown: In a "good-will" gesture, North Korea released three American detainees from labor camps. The men returned home early Thursday morning. President Trump, Vice President Pence and Secretary of State Pompeo were all at Andrews Air Force Base to meet them--along with more than 200 media outlets. National Security Correspondent Erik Rosales attended on behalf of CBN News. He shares his experience on today's episode.
Today on The CBN News Daily Rundown: A controversial decision with unpredictable consequences--President Trump announced the U.S. is backing out of the Iran Nuclear Deal. CBN News senior international correspondent George Thomas says there are a few key factors to keep an eye on: if Trump can convince European leaders to follow suit and if Iran will retaliate with an attack on Israel.
Today on The CBN News Daily Rundown: FBI agents are often the first on the scene of some of the most horrific violence--that can take a toll--which is why the bureau also employs a team of highly trained chaplains. CBN News national security correspondent Erik Rosales spoke with the men and women who volunteer as the FBI's crisis intervention team, providing spiritual first aid to agents.
Today on The CBN News Daily Rundown: America's most powerful gun lobby gathered over the weekend for its annual convention--thousands of people flooding Dallas in support of the second amendment. Senior Washington correspondent attended the NRA convention, hearing arguments from both those defending their right to bear arms--and those demanding more gun control.
Today on The CBN News Daily Rundown: Chief political correspondent David Brody talks his exclusive interview with Vice President Mike Pence and Capitol Hill correspondent Abigail Robertson shares about the moment that made her tear up at the National Day of Prayer event Thursday evening on the Hill.
Today on The CBN News Daily Rundown: It's the National Day of Prayer. This year's theme is unity in America and organizers say there couldn't be anything more fitting for this moment in history. Capitol Hill correspondent Abigail Robertson has details on CBN's coverage of today's festivities and was given exclusive access to an event hosted by the Museum of the Bible Wednesday night.
The war in Afghanistan has been raging for 17 years. Now, amid an uptick in violence at the hands of the Islamic State and the Taliban, a new report shows the number of Afghan police officers and soldiers has dropped by nearly 11 percent.
What does this mean for the thousands of U.S. troops serving in Afghanistan and US policy in the region going forward?
CBN News National Security Correspondent Erik Rosales offers his insight today on the CBN News Daily Rundown.
Today national ministries working to reach college students for Jesus only operate on about 40- percent of all college campuses and those groups face the growing threat of getting kicked off campus by the PC police. However, CBN News Correspondent Heather Sells is back from southern California with encouraging news about a new partnership that's working to reach every college campus in America. Learn more on today's CBN News Daily Rundown.
Comedian Michelle Wolf drew moans from an audience of journalists at the White House Correspondents' Dinner Saturday night when she joked about abortion. "Don’t knock it ‘til you try it, and when you do try it, really knock it. You know, you’ve got to get that baby out of there," she said in a joke that began by making fun of Vice President Mike Pence's pro-life views. "He believes abortion is murder," she told the crowd. Her vile jokes about abortion and attacks on Press Secretary Sarah Sanders and others drew quick criticism from members of the White House Press Corps and other reporters across the country. Today on the CBN News Daily Rundown Senior Washington Correspondent Jennifer Wishon leads a discussion with White House Correspondent Ben Kennedy and Correspondent Amber Strong about Wolf's performance and the reaction that followed. All three attended the dinner Saturday.
Former Senator Joe Liberman is a Democrat who has won as an Independent and doesn't mind supporting Republicans when their values align with his - especially on foreign policy. CBN's John Jessup recently sat down with Lieberman to talk about politics, President Trump and his new book, "With Liberty and Justice: The Fifth Day Journey form Egypt to Sinai." We hear from both of them today on the CBN News Daily Rundown.
Today on The CBN News Daily Rundown: Members of Congress gathered, Wednesday, to begin practicing for their annual charity baseball game. Their first practice held at the field where almost a year ago a gunman opened fire on them. Capitol Hill correspondent Abigail Robertson interviewed some of the lawmakers who were on the field June 14, 2017--lawmakers who say they're only alive because of God's intervention.
Today on The CBN News Daily Rundown: An act of friendship we don't hear about often on Capitol Hill--a democrat cast a crucial vote for his republican colleague, who was unable to be at an important confirmation hearing because of the funeral of a close friend. Capitol Hill correspondent Abigail Robertson witnessed the entire thing and shares about the moment she says only God could have orchestrated.
Today on The CBN News Daily Rundown: Researchers uncover a dangerous new trend among teenagers--digital self-harm. CBN News health correspondent Lorie Johnson says teens are actually bullying themselves online. She compares this new method of self-harm to those of previous generations, and shares why today's teenagers are using the internet as a weapon against themselves.
Today on The CBN News Daily Rundown: The state of religious freedom in China. CBN News senior international correspondent George Thomas says the Church there may soon need to go back underground as disturbing new government mandates are released.
Today on The CBN News Daily Rundown: Two organizations, with very little in common, are working together to provide clean drinking water to Puerto Rico. CBN News reporter Heather Sells spoke with the heads of the American Federation of Teachers and Operation Blessing--about how they got connected and how they were able to get past their differences.
Today on The CBN News Daily Rundown: Facebook is working with Churches. This may come as a surprise after all the headlines accusing the social networking giant of censorship against conservatives and Christians, but CBN News 700 Club anchor John Jessup says the tech companies mission actually syncs with that of the Church.
Today on The CBN News Daily Rundown: Israel celebrates 70 years of independence on Thursday. CBN News Middle East bureau chief Chris Mitchell takes a look back at how far the Jewish nation has come and how God continues to fulfill his promises there.
Today on The CBN News Daily Rundown: An Oregon judge says he's off the bench and standing trial--because of his faith. CBN News Washington Correspondent Jennifer Wishon spoke with Judge Vance Day--she's on today's episode with details about how Day ended up in criminal court and why he wouldn't trade any of it.
Today on The CBN News Daily Rundown: The US led an airstrike, over the weekend, against Syria's chemical weapons facilities--a move Israel applauded--but that still led to some tense conversations with the United States. CBN News Mid-East bureau chief Chris Mitchel and senior editor John Waage talk about the threat that Israel warns, still needs to be neutralized.
Today on The CBN News Daily Rundown: Pastor Rich Wilkerson Jr. has some pretty high-profile friends--but he says he's not interested in fame, he's interested in forming relationships with sinners--just like Jesus did. CBN News reporter and Studio 5 host, Efrem Graham, sat down with Wilkerson and asked him what he has to say to "critical Christians."
Today on The CBN News Daily Rundown: A mass exodus on Capitol Hill. House Speaker Paul Ryan joins a growing list of lawmakers who say they will not seek re-election. CBN News Capitol Hill correspondent Abigail Robertson digs into what's become so toxic about the culture on the Hill.
Today on The CBN News Daily Rundown: An encouraging story out of the Mid-East, even as the world waits to see how the West will respond to Syria. For years the Israeli military has helped coordinate what's known as the "Good Neighbor Project," sending in food, fuel, and desperately needed medical treatment to Syria. It's an outside-of-the-box plan, but CBN Middle East Bureau Chief says it's been a game changer.
Today on The CBN News Daily Rundown: Next stop on the apology tour--Capitol Hill. Mark Zuckerberg faces Congress today to apologize for Facebook's failings and discuss how to move forward. From privacy breaches to Russian meddling, CBN News National Security correspondent Erik Rosales digs into how more than just the average consumer is at risk.
Today on The CBN News Daily Rundown: A brutal attack in Syria. Dozens are dead, hundreds injured and chemical weapons suspected. Now the international community is faced with a dilemma--how do they respond? A response of military force against the Syrian government would require proof that Assad's regime was behind the attack, and that it did, indeed, use chemical weapons. CBN News Senior International Correspondent George Thomas and Contributing Correspondent Chuck Holton break down what happened in Syria over the weekend and what we're likely to see going forward.
Today on The CBN News Daily Rundown: A twisted theology--Hamas continues to send protesters to the Gaza/Israeli border, inciting an aggressive response from the Israeli troops standing guard. Why? Experts say Hamas knows that dead demonstrators are good PR. CBN News Senior Editor John Waage is in Israel and has details on the latest tactics used by a terrorist organization out for the annihilation of the Jewish state.
Today on The CBN News Daily Rundown: Kathie Lee Gifford frequently uses her platform on television to share about Jesus. Comments she made following the death of Rev. Billy Graham went viral--and CBN News 700 Club anchor John Jessup caught up with her to hear her reaction and to hear about Gifford's new book. He came away from that interview inspired himself, and with a new understanding of Jesus.
Fifty years ago today Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. was assassinated outside a motel in Memphis, Tennessee. Since Dr. King began his fight for civil rights much has been achieved, but much work remains. Today on the CBN News Daily Rundown, Caitlin Burke brings us the story of Daryl Davis, a black blues musician who is breaking barriers born of hate and ignorance through remarkable friendships with members of the Ku Klux Klan.
Today on The CBN News Daily Rundown: Costa Rican presidential candidate Fabricio Alvarado caught his countries attention by how he handled losing the presidential election over the weekend--his response in defeat, what you'd expect from someone celebrating a victory. CBN News senior international correspondent Gary Lane has worked with Alvarado and shares insight into exactly what happened.
Today on The CBN News Daily Rundown: Governments across Europe have made one big mistake in common--now they're trying to cover-up the fallout by restricting free speech. Senior International reporter Dale Hurd share's what it is that's gone so terribly wrong and which country is cracking down the hardest on anyone who dares to speak out.
Today on The CBN News Daily Rundown: How does a cold case investigator view the Resurrection differently than, say, a biblical scholar or an evangelist? Senior Washington correspondent Paul Strand interviewed one of the most talented cold case detectives in the country, who also happened to be an atheist. But when he took on the case of Christ--he was faced with evidence he couldn't ignore.
Today on The CBN News Daily Rundown: One of the Pence family pets has become something of a celebrity and is now also an author--sort of. White House Correspondent Amber Strong sat down with Second Lady Karen Pence and her daughter Charlotte to talk about their new children's book: Marlon Bundo's Day in the Life of the Vice President. Amber found that while it's a book kids will love--there's much more to it.
Today on The CBN News Daily Rundown: The Parkland High School Shooting put ending gun violence at the forefront of national conversation and it's not going away. CBN News Washington correspondent Amber Strong covered March for Our Lives over the weekend. She says that while students lead the charge, every demographic was represented, but not necessarily in agreement on how to move forward.
Today on The CBN News Daily Rundown: Several Christian films have been released surrounding Holy Week and Easter Sunday. The latest: Paul, Apostle of Christ. CBN News' Efrem Graham had a chance to interview some of the cast, who say playing these characters was life changing.
Today on The CBN News Daily Rundown: The United Nations helped to establish the State of Israel back in 1947--but up until recently it's been a forum largely used to condemn the Jewish state. CBN News Senior International correspondent Gary Lane recently produced an exclusive interview with Israeli Ambassador to the UN Danny Danon--who says that thanks to the efforts of Nikki Haley, he's feeling cautiously optimistic.
Today on The CBN News Daily Rundown: The Austin serial bomber is off the streets but that doesn't mean the investigation is over. Contributing Correspondent Chuck Holton is covering the story for CBN News--he shares why the FBI appears to be pulling out all the stops for this case.
Today on The CBN News Daily Rundown: A former abortion doctor now fights to save the lives of the unborn. Reporter Charlene Aaron talks about her interview with Kathi Aultman, a woman who personally aborted hundreds of babies and was once "fascinated" by baby body parts.
Today on The CBN News Daily Rundown: America's opioid epidemic--Trump has a plan to stop it--but is the country ready for the tough stance he wants to take? CBN News health correspondent Lorie Johnson digs into what's behind addiction in America and what solutions could see the most success.
Will President Donald Trump fire special counsel Robert Mueller? If he does, what will it mean for his presidency?
Today on the CBN News Daily Rundown we ask CBN News Chief Political Correspondent David Brody for some inside analysis.
Also, the latest on the firing of former FBI Director Andrew McCabe and other top stories from the CBN Newsroom.
A remarkable story of "hope and redemption," that's how country music star Trace Adkins describes the film "I Can Only Imagine" opening in theaters nationwide today. It's the story behind MercyMe's double platinum Christian hit by the same name written by Bart Millard. CBN News Entertainment Reporter and host of Studio 5, Efrem Graham, interviewed Millard, Trace Adkins and Priscilla Shirer about their roles in the film along with Grammy award winner Amy Grant who also plays a part in the story. Don't miss Efrem's behind the scenes scoop about the star power behind this remarkable story. Also, watch his story airing on the 700 Club today.
America witnessed the largest demonstration by high school students in our nation's history Wednesday. At 10am tens of thousands of students walked out of their classrooms to pay their respects to the 17 students and teachers killed a month ago at a high school in Parkland, Florida and also to demand changes they believe will keep them safe. The students say they're sick of going to school wondering if they'll get shot. On today's CBN News Daily Rundown we dive deeper into two very different student walkouts. CBN anchor John Jessup covered the walkout outside the White House, which was heavy on politics, while CBN anchor/reporter Mark Martin covered a walkout at a Christian school in Virginia where students focused on prayer.
What is beauty? If you ask ten different people you'll likely get ten different answers, but a Connecticut woman found the most powerful answer that's chaning the lives of women who desperately need a makeover. CBN Senior Washington Correspondent Jennifer Wishon hosts the podcast today to learn more about this story CBN's Caitlin Burke stumbled into at church.
Today on The CBN News Daily Rundown: Politically Homeless--that's a term that many Americans felt defined them after the 2016 election. A new group could provide the solution. It's called the And Campaign, their slogan is, "The compassion of the right AND the convictions of the left." Reporter Amber Strong traveled to Atlanta for this story, and she says this group started by millennials is gaining momentum.
Today on The CBN News Daily Rundown: Reporter Heather Sells is in Puerto Rico. She's working on several stories you won't see talked about in the main stream media--the role of the Church as the island rebuilds and the role CBN played in re-opening schools.
Today on The CBN News Daily Rundown: In one week, North Korea has met with a South Korean delegation, expressed interest in negotiating with the U.S. and promised to stop work on their nuclear arsenal. A major announcement Thursday night has this moving full-speed ahead and CBN News national security correspondent Erik Rosales is on to explain how we got here and what to expect moving forward.
Today on The CBN News Daily Rundown: A republican lawmaker came under attack for sending President Trump a bag full of "thoughts and prayers" from his district. CBN News capitol hill correspondent Abigail Robertson interviewed Rep. Mike Bost and is on today explaining the real story and how something with such a good intent went so wrong.
Today on The CBN News Daily Rundown: AIPAC--the largest gathering of pro-Israel supporters in the U.S. took place this week in Washington. CBN News reporter Amber Strong attended the event and has details on what it's all about, what this years speakers had to say and why this organization is so unique.
Today on The CBN News Daily Rundown: A Hollywood disconnect. Stars gathered for the 2018 Academy Awards over the weekend, using the time together to speak out against social issues, politics and Christians. That is NOT what much of the country was looking for--and the ratings speak loud and clear--coming in at an all time low. CBN News producer Ben Gill is on today, sharing his thoughts on why much of the country tuned out.
Today on the CBN News Daily Rundown: Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu is in Washington for a meeting with President Trump. Mideast Correspondent Julie Stahl talks about what Netanyahu is looking to address with Trump--and digs into a similarity both leaders currently share: being under investigation.
Today on The CBN News Daily Rundown: Today a private funeral will be held for Rev. Billy Graham. Faith Nation producer Shoshannah Nunez and CBN News 700 Club Anchor John Jessup are in Charlotte and they're on today talking about their experiences so far and what to expect from CBN's coverage today.
Today on The CBN News Daily Rundown: There are 1,800 college campuses in the US that do not yet have a student ministry organization actively reaching students for Christ. Heather Sells is working on a story about the future of campus ministry. She's on the podcast today with details about a new partnership between InterVarsity and Cru.
Today on The CBN News Daily Rundown: It's described as "hell on earth." Syria's civil war escalates amid continued accusations that the government is using chemical weapons on civilians. CBN News senior international correspondent George Thomas sheds some light on just how devastating this seven year war has been.
Today on The CBN News Daily Rundown: Billy Graham will be the fourth civilian to ever lie in honor at the U.S. capitol. CBN News capitol hill correspondent Abigail Robertson is on today, discussing the significance of this rare honor and with details on what you can expect from CBN's coverage of the memorial event.
Today on The CBN News Daily Rundown: The Reverend Billy Graham will be laid to to rest Friday. Leading up to that, there are several other memorial events. CBN News 700 Club anchor John Jessup traveled to North Carolina to cover preparations for this week and he shares behind the scenes insight from his trip, including details from his conversation with the man who has served as Billy Graham's pastor.
Today on The CBN News Daily Rundown: Choose a storyline to be a part of--healing or hurt. Reporter Amber Strong goes behind the scenes on her latest story about two men who are living examples of Martin Luther King Jr.'s dream being fulfilled.
Today on The CBN News Daily Rundown: Reverand Billy Graham is home in Heaven. CBN News remembers the legacy of a world-changing evangelist.
Today on The CBN News Daily Rundown: Your tax dollars are funding medical research on animals. CBN Senior Washington Correspondent Jennifer Wishon investigated the issue and came away with some disturbing findings. She's on the podcast today with details on why these practicals are considered legal--for now.
Today on The CBN News Daily Rundown: How do we stop mass shootings? Some say gun control, others think we need to address mental illness. White House correspondent Ben Kennedy is on today, talking about what President Trump considers as the first steps towards a solution.
Today on The CBN News Daily Rundown: It's President's Day--but how much are students really learning about our founding fathers, specifically their faith? Senior Washington Correspondent Paul Strand digs into this faith--and how it empowered each man to play a role in the start of our country.
Today on The CBN News Daily Rundown: Tragedy in Florida re-routed CBN News National Security Correspondent Erik Rosales. He's on talking about how he went from Haiti covering a plan to educate locals to Parkland, FL. covering a vigil for the 17 lives lost in Wednesday's mass shooting; and Efrem Graham, host of CBN's Studio 5, has details from his interviews with the cast of Black Panther--a film he says has a message worth sharing with his children.
Today on The CBN News Daily Rundown: Amid nuclear threats, mass shootings and terrorism, the main-stream media chooses to nail up Vice President Mike Pence as public enemy number one because of his faith. Senior Washington reporter Jennifer Wishon is on today--she has details on what led to this latest attack and how, as a culture, we've gotten to this point.
Today on The CBN News Daily Rundown: The Senate is tackling DACA and immigration this week and their looking for a fix not just a bandaid. Capitol Hill correspondent Abigail Robertson takes us through some of the current proposals, priorities and challenges facing lawmakers as they work to pass a bill the president will sign.
Today on The CBN News Daily Rundown: A new tactic for ending abortion--drain the industry of its workers. Reporter Paul Strand shares behind the scenes details about his latest story on pro-life organization, And Then There Were None, a group who's mission is to help abortion workers leave their jobs.
Today on The CBN News Daily Rundown: Israel has drawn a red-line and Iran seems determined to cross it. The two countries have been involved in what many call a "shadow war" for more than a decade--but a series of events over the weekend escalated tensions drastically--to the point where CBN News senior editor John Wagge says the two countries are headed an open war.
Today on The CBN News Daily Rundown: EPA chief Scott Pruitt wanted an interview with CBN News--and our David Brody was happy to accomodate. David shares some highlights from that conversation, as well as details about a last minute change of plans that resulted in a secret service sweep of our DC bureau.
Today on The CBN News Daily Rundown: She infiltrated an ISIS cell--stopping at least five attacks. CBN News National Security Correspondent Erik Rosales shares details from his interview with former CIA operative Michelle Rigby Assad.
Today on The CBN News Daily Rundown: Will lawmakers pass a bill to keep the government funded? Capitol Hill correspondent Abigail Robertson has details on the latest--including a bi-partisan bill Senate leaders are working to push through and what this means for immigration reform.
Today on The CBN News Daily Rundown: Do you know the symptoms of a stroke? You need to. After the onset of symptoms, it becomes a battle against the clock. Act quickly, you could make a full recovery. Wait, and you may never recover. CBN News Health Reporter Lorie Johnson talked to an ER doctor who treats stroke victims daily--and has a miracle drug that if, administered in time, can be a game changer.
Today on The CBN News Daily Rundown: Vice President Mike Pence is headed to the Olympics. CBN News National Security Correspondent Erik Rosales talks about the strategy behind this trip and how the US plans to stop North Korea from controling the narrative coming out of the Olympic Games.
Today on The CBN News Daily Rundown: Superbowl Sunday is days away. CBN Sports Reporter Shawn Brown attended Media Day earlier this week and has faith stories from both teams--in case you're still deciding who to cheer for on game day--he's also got predictions on which team will come away with the win.
Today on The CBN News Daily Rundown: Border security loopholes--President Trump mentioned them in his State of the Union, but CBN National Security Correspondent Erik Rosales went to the US/Mexico border and experienced them first hand.
Today on The CBN News Daily Rundown: There's another voice in the #MeToo movement that's not getting as much play--male victims. CBN News 700 Club Anchor John Jessup recently interviewed a pastor who has spent years trying to overcome the sexual abuse he experienced as a child. The redemption angle to this story will leave you speechless.
Today on The CBN News Daily Rundown: It's State of the Union day. Analysts are all speculating over the tone President Trump will set and the topics he will discuss. Our CBN News Senior Washington Correspondent, Jennifer Wishon, has her own predictions. She also digs into the history of the State of the Union, the duties of the designated survivor, and what we're likely to hear from Democrats.
Today on The CBN News Daily Rundown: CeCe Winans won big at the 2018 Grammy's, taking home best Gospel Song/Performance and best Gospel Album. CBN News Reporter and Host of Studio 5, Efrem Graham, spoke to Winans about her winning album. He shares why it took 11 years for her to get back into the recording studio and who finally got her there.
Today on The CBN News Daily Rundown: Christianity is growing faster in Iran than any other country in the world. CBN News International Correspondent George Thomas shares how God is breaking into such a restrictive country--and shines light on what it looks like to be a Christian in a place where it could mean jail time or even death.
Today on The CBN News Daily Rundown: North Korea is one of the most dangerous places in the world for Christians--but it's not a godless country. Senior Correspondent Paul Strand digs into Juche--the religion that centers around the Kim family.
Today on The CBN News Daily Rundown: Guatemala is currently the only country that has decided to join the U.S. in moving their embassy to Jerusalem. Senior International Correspondent Gary Lane recently spoke with Guatemala's Vice President, an evangelical Christian, who says the decision to recognize Jerusalem as Israel's capitol was one that they prayed over.
Today on The CBN News Daily Rundown: Vice President Pence wraps up his trip to Israel. Our Mid-east bureau crew is on the podcast talking Israeli reaction to Pence's faith, the future of the U.S. embassy in Jerusalem and some changes coming soon to the nuclear deal with Iran.
Today on The CBN News Daily Rundown: Government shutdown. Federal workers are starting off the week without pay because lawmakers were unable to agree on a funding bill over the weekend. Capitol Hill correspondent Abigail Robertson digs into what this means and why it's in the best interest of lawmakers on both sides of the aisle to find common ground.
Today on The CBN News Daily Rundown: Thousands are gathered in Washington, D.C. today for the March for Life. Reporter Paul Strand has been covering this event for more than 22 years. He visited a pre-march rally Thursday and brings us the scoop--along with what to expect from today.
Today on The CBN News Daily Rundown: Religious Freedom--it's a right we've held dear in the U.S. for hundreds of years. Now, according to some faith leaders, it's increasingly coming under attack. Reporter Paul Strand covered the Supreme Court case of one of the most recent attacks--the Colorado baker who refused to make a cake for a same-sex wedding. Today, Paul digs into why, even under a President who supports religious freedom, Christians need to be on guard.
Today on the CBN News Daily Rundown: In case you haven't already experienced it--this flu season is shaping up to be a bad one. Health reporter Lorie Johnson discusses why we're seeing so many cases and why some turn deadly.
Today on The CBN News Daily Rundown: A plan to start healing racial tension in the U.S. It's called Solution Sunday--and it's as simple as sitting down for a meal. Capitol Hill Correspondent Abigail Robertson talks about where this new plan came from and why it could be the answer to a decades old problem.
Today on The CBN News Daily Rundown: A French national who left home to join ISIS in Syria is now pleading to be extradited after being taken captive by the Kurds. CBN News Senior International Correspondent Dale Hurd shares why this is a problem that European countries increasingly find themselves facing.
Today on The CBN News Daily Rundown: DACA recipients--will they stay or will they go? Congress is trying to find a way to fix the program and keep them in the U.S. legally. Before you make a personal judgement on the topic, take a listen to what our Capitold Hill Correspondent Abigail Robertson has to say about the DACA program and its recipients.
Today on The CBN News Daily Rundown: North Korea is sending a delegation to the Winter Olympics--but is this an attempt at improving long-strained relations or a ploy? CBN News National Security Correspondent Erik Rosales has talked to Secretary of Defense Jim Mattis and has the latest on what options the Trump administration has on the table.
Today on The CBN News Daily Rundown: 200,000 immigrants working legally in the U.S. under Temporary Protected Status are being sent back home. Is this heartless on behalf of the Trump administration, or the end of a humanitarian program that was never meant to be forever? Reporter Heather Sells digs into Trump's enforcement of immigration law--and shares some insight from her own interviews with illegal immigrants in the U.S.
Today on The CBN News Daily Rundown: Will Oprah be the Democratic challenger in the 2020 presidential election? Senior Washington Correspondent Jennifer Wishon shares insight into what an Oprah run would look like, the likelihood of it taking place and what President Trump himself has said about Oprah running for office.
Today on The CBN News Daily Rundown: You've heard of "fake news," now there's the "fake book." CBN News Chief Political Correspondent David Brody talks about the fallout from Fire and Fury, Michael Wolff's new book about the Trump White House. Is it factual? What's all the hype about? Why is Steve Bannon now apologizing for his comments in the book?
Today on The CBN News Daily Rundown: There's a big football game happening Monday--the College Football National Championship. CBN News Sports Reporter Shawn Brown shares why this is a game to watch even if you're not a football fan.
Today on The CBN News Daily Rundown: It's one of the most common New Year's resolutions, but a majority of people can't stick with it. CBN News Health reporter Lorie Johnson shares why people fail at their fitness resolutions and gives some tips to make 2018 different.
Today on The CBN News Daily Rundown: Who has a bigger "nuclear button" President Trump or Kim Jong-un? CBN News National Security Correspondent Erik Rosales talks the latest with North Korea; and shares a new threat facing the world in 2018: technological weapons.
Today on The CBN News Daily Rundown: A wave of protests in Iran could be significant to both the U.S. and Israel. CBN News Mideast Bureau Chief Chris Mitchell tells us why--and gives his predictions on what will make news this year in the Mideast.
Today on The CBN News Daily Rundown: Chief Political Correspondent David Brody takes a look ahead at what we can expect from Washington in 2018.
Today on The CBN News Daily Rundown: Reporter Heather Sells takes a look back at some of her biggest stories of 2017.
Today on The CBN News Daily Rundown: Senior International Correspondent Dale Hurd looks back at some of his top stories of 2017.
Today on the CBN News Daily Rundown: National Security Correspondent Erik Rosales takes a look back at some of his top stories and experiences of 2017.
Today on The CBN News Daily Rundown: Health Reporter Lorie Johnson takes a look back at some of her top stories of 2017.
Today on The CBN News Daily Rundown: Senior International Correspondent George Thomas has a heart for telling the stories of ordinary people who are heros of the faith in some of the most remote places in the world. He's on today talking about a recent trip to Kenya--where he spent time with the doctors of Kijabe hospital.
Today on the CBN News Daily Rundown: The UN is set to vote on a non-binding resolution criticizing President Trump's decision to recognize Jerusalem as the capitol of Israel and move the U.S. embassy there. Senior International Correspondent Gary Lane breaks down the U.S. response to the UN vote--comparing it to a similarly aggressive stance once taken by the Reagan administration.
Today on the CBN News Daily Rundown: CBN New Capitol Hill reporter Abigail Robertson covers a historic week on the Hill, as Congress works to get their tax bill to the desk of the President. Abigail goes into what to expect today, shares some behind the scenes stories about her coverage and looks ahead to next year.
Today on The CBN News Daily Rundown: Reporter Charlene Aaron talks dealing with grief around the holidays. She shares helpful insights from her own experiences dealing with the loss of a loved one and also some tips from a recent interview with a cognitive neuroscientist who has studied the effects of grief on the brain.
Today on the CBN News Daily Rundown: CBN News 700 Club Anchor John Jessup shares about being in Lebanon when President Trump made his historic Israel announcement, finding God in a refugee camp and being stranded in Greece during a strike--all during his recent two week vacation.
Today on The CBN News Daily Rundown: A 12-year-old Iraqi Christian tells Reporter Paul Strand that what he really wants from Americans as he returns to his hometown is prayer--Paul takes us inside that interview and also shares stories from his time embedded with an Army unit in Iraq back in 2003.
Today on the CBN News Daily Rundown: Omarosa Manigault Newman will resign in the new year according to the White House--but many are reporting she was fired. CBN News reporter Amber Strong shares her own experiences with the Apprentice star turned White House aid; and Reporter Heather Sells gives me behind the scenes information about today's 700 Club guest, Jordan Whitmer, a 19-year-old evangelist on a mission to teach his peers about God.
Today on the CBN News Daily Rundown: Political Correspondent David Brody talks results of the Alabama Special Election and gives his predictions of how it could affect Republicans going into 2018.
Today on the CBN News Daily Rundown: Senior Reporter Dale Hurd shares insight into the terrorist organizations that are planning attacks against the U.S. and Europe and he shares a prediction he made nearly 10 years ago--that seems much less far fetched today.
Today on the CBN News Daily Rundown: Abigail Robertson talks about what it's like working as the Capitol Hill correspondent in the midst of the sexual misconduct reckoning happening on the Hill and Reporter Heather Sells explores one of the only shelters in the country for victims of child sex trafficking.
Today on the CBN News Daily Rundown: Reporter Efrem Graham shares emotional moments, wardrobe mishaps and more from his trip to Mexico covering Saddleback Leather Co.
Today on the CBN News Daily Rundown: CBN Middle East Bureau Chief Chris Mitchell and News Correspondent Julie Stahl share what they're experiencing on the ground in Jerusalem in the wake of President Trump's announcement Wednesday; and Capitol Hill Correspondent Abigail Robertson shares some emotional moments from her interview with the parents of Taylor Force.
Today on the CBN News Daily Rundown: CBN DC Bureau Chief Dana Ritter talks breaking news on an already busy news day--how did the DC team cover the news that President Trump would declare Jerusalem the capitol of Israel; Reporter Paul Strand shares his experience covering the CO. cake baker hearing at the U.S. Supreme Court and Christian World News Producer Steve Little and Reporter Lori Johnson talk about the alarming rise of suicides connected to bullying.
Today on the CBN News Daily Rundown: Reporter Paul Strand prepares to cover one of the biggest Supreme Court cases of the year, involving a Christian baker who refused to make a wedding cake for a same-sex couple. He breaks down what's at stake with this case and what we can expect from today's hearing; and CBN News Middle East Bureau Chief Chris Mitchell joins me to talk about what it means that President Trump missed Monday's deadline to sign a waiver delaying the move of the U.S. embassy in Israel from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem--he breaks down reactions from both Arab and Israeli leaders.
Today on the CBN News Daily Rundown: Chief Political Correspondent David Brody shares behind the scenes information about his exclusive interview with Vice President Mike Pence, CBN News 700 Club Producer Drew Parkhill digs into the Flynn guilty plea and Mueller Russia investigation and Capitol Hill Correspondent Abigail Robertson talks what's next for tax reform.
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