The speech is intended to strengthen Congress' hand in pressing for tougher sanctions against Iran. But just two weeks before Israeli elections, it's turned into a contentious issue both at home and abroad.
The terrorist group known as Islamic State, or ISIS, has issued a call on jihadis around the world to kill Twitter employees over blocked accounts. Among those on the target list include Twitter's founder Jack Dorsey.
The Charlotte, North Carolina, city council is weighing a divisive LGBT proposal that could negatively impact religious liberties.
In December 2014, Detroit, Michigan, exited from the largest municipal bankruptcy in U.S. history. Now, city leaders hope Motor City can make an economic comeback.
Focus: Residents: Bankruptcy Put Motor City Back on Track
Hidden Poison? The Unexpected Places Sugar Lurks
Underground Friends: 'A Slave in Need? Send Them to Me'
Psychopathic Porn: The X-Rated Path of Destruction
America's Space Program in a Black Hole - Or Is It?
Slavery: Not as Black and White as History Reports
Exodus Documentary: Evidence that Demands a Verdict
Focus: Secrets to Longevity Revealed in Denomination's Lifestyle
World War III? ISIS Atrocities and Biblical Prophecy
Hillary Clinton only used a personal email account for government business while she was secretary of state, according to the New York Times -- a possible violation of federal requirements.
Many so-called health foods are loaded with hidden sugars. It's one reason why so many people are unhealthy. How can you avoid it and reclaim a truly healthy diet?
Arguably the most unconscionable policy choice in President Obama's $4 trillion budget is his lack of funding for school vouchers, which has benefitted nearly 6,000 kids from lower-income families.
CBN's Jerusalem Dateline was honored at the 2015 National Religious Broadcasters Convention in Nashville, Tennessee.
Gordon Robertson and evangelist Franklin Graham discuss the rise of Christian persecution around the globe.