May 2013 Headlines
More than 85,000 veterans sought treatment for injuries or illness linked to sexual abuse in 2012, according to a new Associated Press study.
A mother in a Philadelphia train station jumped onto the tracks to save her 14-month-old daughter.
Houston abortionist Douglas Karpen is being accused of performing illegal late-term abortions similar to the ones that Dr. Kermit Gosnell was convicted of last week.
CBN's Operation Blessing International is coordinating relief efforts for tornado victims in Granbury, Texas.
A series of 50 tornadoes ripped through Iowa, Kansas and Oklahoma over the weekend, killing at least one person and injuring more than 20.
A new Gallup Poll shows large majorities believe Benghazi and IRS targeting incidents warrant more investigation, but many are paying little attention.
Backers of the Boy Scout's current ban on gay scouts held more than 40 rallies across the country to show their support.
Entire neighborhoods are still cordoned off in North Texas Friday as rescue teams search for survivors in wake of 16 deadly tornadoes.
A Colorado-based Christian ministry says it has been the subject of biased treatment from the Internal Revenue Service.
The younger Boston bombing suspect left behind a note, saying the attack was in retaliation for Muslims killed by U.S. forces in Iraq and Afghanistan.
Die-hard Trekkies are anticipating the latest installment of the Stark Trek movie series, "Star Trek Into Darkness."
The Sixth Circuit Court of Appeals upheld the Obama administration's refusal to grant asylum to the Romeike family.
An Uzbekistan national, Fazliddin Kurbanov, is facing terrorism charges Friday in Idaho. Federal agents arrested Kurbanov Thursday in Boise.
Earlier this week, actress Angelina Jolie announced she underwent a double mastectomy.
Bibles are being reinstated in Georgia state park lodges and cabins after being removed in response to an atheist guest's complaint.
Multiple tornadoes, flash floods and huge hail hit North Texas hard on Wednesday. At least six people dead and more are missing.
A judge sentenced abortion doctor Kermit Gosnell to a third life sentence Wednesday.
Drones may soon become common sights in the sky. They have the ability to open doors for new ways of doing business. But they also raise privacy concerns.
Black pro-life leaders are calling for investigations of other abortion clinics like the one run by Philadelphia abortionist Kermit Gosnell.
Kermit Gosnell, the late-term abortionist found guilty of first-degree murder in the deaths of three infants born alive, has been spared the death penalty.
Vermont lawmakers passed a bill Monday decriminalizing possession of up to an ounce of pot.
Activities like Yale's "Sex Week" have become the norm on college campuses. But students are growing tired of the "hookup culture" and taking a stand for sexual purity.
Late-term abortionist Kermit Gosnell has been found guilty of first-degree murder in the deaths of three infants born alive, but he was spared the death penalty.
Obamacare could cost hospitals billions of dollars nationwide over the coming years, according to a rough estimate released by federal health officials.
New Orleans police have identified Akein Scott as the alleged gunman in Sunday's Mother's Day parade shooting in the Big Easy.
Minnesota is set to become the 12th state to legalize gay marriage. The state Senate approved the legislation 37-30 after four hours of debate.
A Philadelphia jury found Pennsylvania late-term abortion doctor Kermit Gosnell guilty of first-degree murder in the deaths three infants born alive.
New York City lawmakers are considering allowing non-citizens to vote in local elections.
Two children are among 19 people wounded after gunmen opened fire at a Mother's Day parade in New Orleans.
Lakeside homes in northern Minnesota were damaged over the weekend by what's being called an "ice wave."
Texas law student Cody Wilson, 25, has been working on the prototype for over a year. Now his group, Defense Distributed, claims they've succeeded.
The man who kidnapped three Ohio women could face hundreds of charges, including murder for the pregnancies he allegedly terminated with his own hands.
Each year thousands of children enter America's foster care system and state workers are often overwhelmed, but a growing number of Christians are getting involved.
Minnesota is positioned to become the 12th state to legalize same-sex marriage.
A gang of criminals made off with $45 million by hacking ATM machines around the globe in what authorities are calling one of the biggest cyber heists in history.
Has the Western world lost God? Author Mary Eberstadt thinks so and she takes a fresh approach to the question in her book, How the West Really Lost God.
Denver lawmakers passed legislation Wednesday to regulate the marijuana market after voters approved its legalization last year.
A House hearing Thursday on the Boston Marathon bombings revealed a breakdown in intelligence sharing between city and federal authorities.
Cheerleaders from a southeast Texas high school can continue to display Bible verses on their banners at football games, a judge ruled.
The ACLJ says it just doesn't make sense for the Pentagon to look to an anti-Christian extremist to guide its policy on religious freedom.
As gun control advocates continue to push for tougher restrictions, two new studies show gun violence is actually decreasing in the United States.
The body of Boston Marathon bombing suspect Tamerlan Tsarnaev has been buried in an undisclosed location outside Massachusetts.
Ariel Castro, a former school bus driver, has been charged in kidnapping and rape of three Cleveland women - Michele Knight, Gina DeJesus, and Amanda Berry.
Celebrations continued in Cleveland, Ohio, Wednesday for the three women found after being missing for a decade.
New Jersey Governor Chris Christie announced Tuesday he had gastric band surgery, but he says it was for his health and not for political reasons.
A self-described 'crisis' in the ranks has hit a U.S. Air Force unit charged with the command and control of the nation's nuclear missiles.
Delaware has become the 11th state to legalize gay marriage. Gov. Jack Markell signed a measure into law Tuesday shortly after the state Senate approved it Tuesday afternoon.
The cty of Dearborn, Mich., has agreed to pay a settlement to a Christian Missionary group whose members were arrested while evangelizing at an Arab Cultural Festival.
The Boston Marathon bombings marks the first time in history that a U.S. marathon has been targeted directly, bringing race security into the spotlight.
Eleven U.S. senators are now asking the full Senate to consider national standards to regulate the abortion industry.
A Bible publishing company has scored a victory in its fight against Obamacare's contraception mandate -- and it may owe the victory to the White House.
Buford Rogers was arrested at his home in Minnesota after federal agents discovered pipe bombs, molotov cocktails and Romanian AKM assault rifles.
The Boston Marathon bombings are sparking questions about privacy as America slips closer to a surveillance society.
Three Cleveland, Ohio, women who went missing approximately 10 years ago have been found alive.
The Kentucky General Assembly passed a law allowing a Christian-only healthcare plan to resume operations in the state.
Statistics show that Camden, N.J., is more violent than the infamous Chicago. Still, some longtime residents say their struggling city holds wealth beyond measure.
Investigators are taking a close look at the wife of the dead Boston Marathon bomber.
A Kentucky school says prayer will not be a part of its graduation ceremony this year.
Thousands of men packed an arena on the campus of Middle Tennessee State University Friday for an historic meeting.
The uncle of a Boston Marathon bombing suspect killed in a gun battle with police arrived at a funeral home Sunday to prepare his body for burial.
A California church says it will no longer sponsor a Boy Scout troop in its facilities if the national organization lifts its ban on openly gay scouts.
Human trafficking is on the rise in Louisville, Ky., this week. The reason? The Kentucky Derby.
The U.S. is at a crossroads as forces work to change the face of traditional marriage. But a new generation is emerging to defend America's families.
Fire crews in Southern California are desperately fighting to put out a massive wildfire that's out of control. Fanned by the Santa Anna winds, the blaze is less than 10 percent contained.
Maryland Gov. Martin O'Malley signed a bill Thursday repealing the death penalty and replacing it with life in prison without parole.
Rhode Island is now the 10th state to legalize gay marriage. Gov. Lincoln Chafee signed the bill on the steps of the State House Thursday.
Authorities say the surviving Boston Marathon suspect, Dzhokhar "Johar" Tsarnaev, told investigators that the original target was a Boston Fourth of July celebration.
From near and far, people packed the halls of the United States Capitol to "Pray for America," the motto for this year's annual observance.
Three friends of Boston Marathon suspect Dzhokhar Tsarnaev are being charged in last month's bombing.
California Pastor Greg Laurie opened the National Day of Prayer at the Pentagon Thursday, despite opposition from gay rights groups.
The Pentagon says soldiers can be prosecuted for sharing their faith.
President Obama's health care plan has hit yet another snag -- this time, in his home state.
National Day of Prayer Task Force chair Shirley Dobson warned that with nation sliding into "moral chaos," America needs God more than ever.
A new poll by the National Right to Life Committee shows that more than half of all Americans don't know that Planned Parenthood does abortions.
New York City, the metropolis that brought us bans on sugary drinks, is now the home of the first public elementary school with an all vegetarian cafeteria.