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The National Religious Broadcasters 2015 Media Awards have honored the Christian Broadcasting Network with seven programs or series receiving recognition.
The Communist regime in Cuba has severely restricted religious freedom. Mike Gonzalez, Senior Fellow at the Heriatge Foundation, tells CBN News what this means for the Cuban Church.
The Russian economy is now crumbling, and some fear President Vladimir Putin may lash out to prove he's still in charge. The target? His vulnerable neighbor, Ukraine.