January 2010 Headlines
A film produced by a Memphis church hits theaters this weekend. Producers hope it will drive home an important message through the power of theatrical entertainment.
Vern and Verbal Isenhower met over 90 years ago on adjoining farms in Arkansas. They were only teens but, for them, it was love at first sight.
Many cyber-shoppers are learning the hard way that free online trials can actually cost a lot of money.
Women's groups are calling on CBS to pull the pro-life Super Bowl ad that shares the personal story of college football star Tim Tebow.
Winter once again walloped a huge portion of the country stretching from Oklahoma up to the Northeast with heavy snow and ice.
A 22-year-old Virginia woman who said she once thought her only talent was singing is the nation's newest Miss America.
In less than an hour, jurors have reached a verdict in the trial of the man accused of killing an abortion doctor.
Gospel music recording artist Kirk Franklin recently released a new single in an effort to provide relief to the devastated island nation of Haiti.
The auto giant announced by email that it will update employees later Friday on how to fix the problem.
One Colorado man couldn't believe his eyes when he saw his water bill totaled nearly $9 million.
A U.S. immigration judge has granted political asylum to a German family who homeschooled their children.
White House officials have told ABC News that the Justice Department is looking at other venues instead of New York City to hold the 9/11 terror trials.
More than 50 musicians gathered at a Nashville, Tenn. studio on Wednesday to record a new song titled "Come Together Now."
Winter storm warnings or watches were posted in 17 states Friday from the southern Rockies to the southeast.
A California court is forcing the online dating Web site eHarmony to become more welcoming to homosexuals.
The man on trial for murdering a high-profile late-term abortion doctor took the stand in a Kansas courtroom, Thursday.
Teen pregnancy rates in the U.S. rose for the time in more than a decade, according to a new report by the Guttmacher Institute.
Testimony has ended in a federal case to overturn California's Proposition 8, which ended same-sex marriage in the state.
J.D. Salinger, legendary author of "The Catcher in the Rye" has died. He was 91.
A prank played on a high school basketball coach backfired on students at a Kansas high school.
Islamic jihadists have never been more active in their attempts to attack the U.S. than in 2009 and without action, they will continue in 2010.
A California teen not old enough to drive a car around the block has decided to sail around the world.
Toyota suspended U.S. sales of some of its most popular vehicles, including the Camry, America's best-selling car.
Texting is a major form of communication today and as a result, the government is sending a strong message about cell phone usage behind the wheel.
Sunday school students at a Kansas church got a hands-on lesson in love by helping earthquake victims in Haiti.
Residents of the upper Midwest are seeing some of the worst winter weather of the season as strong winds and snow are creating whiteout conditions.
The Ford Motor Company plans to add about 1,200 jobs at its Chicago, Ill. assembly plant.
Although barely a teenager, one boy in Georgia has already accomplished a lot in his short life.
Contemporary Christian music artist Bebo Norman has raised more than $50,000 for relief efforts in Haiti after auctioning his personal guitar to help the struggling country.
Sen. Harry Reid's comments about President Obama is just the latest spark in a national conversation on race that has ignited since the 2008 election season.
A group of Egyptian American Christians recently marched outside the White House to protest human rights abuses in the Muslim country.
Abdulhakim Muhammad opened fire at a Little Rock military recruiting center last summer, killing one soldier and wounding another.
Wal-Mart Stores Inc. will cut about 11,200 jobs at Sam's Club warehouses.
Petraeus appeared at the Institute for the Study of War in Washington, Friday, where he fielded questions about al Qaeda's growth in Yemen.
One elementary school in Miami, Florida is providing students with a creative way of coping with the disaster.
A faith-based group in Washington, D.C., has partnered with comedian Bill Cosby toCosby recorded a public service announcement for the campaign.
Defense contractor Trijicon announced they will no longer inscribe scripture references on gun sights made for the U.S. military.
The niece of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., has raised objections to Planned Parenthood's King Day press release linking her uncle to the pro-choice movement.
Scott Roeder confessed to killing Dr. George Tiller who was one of the few late-term abortion providers in the country.
More than 50 million babies have been aborted in America since the Supreme Court legalized abortion with its Roe v. Wade ruling.
The anti-abortion message is going viral as pro-lifers take to the Internet on the anniversary of Roe v. Wade.
The Navy will allow Operation Blessing to transport nearly 300 tons of disaster relief supplies on board the U.S.N.S. Sacagawea.
More than 6,000 Americans have evacuated Haiti since last week's earthquake.
The 17-year-old Ohio girl who converted to Christianity will not be returning to her Muslim family.
Hours of heavy rain fell Thursday on saturated Southern California as the fourth Pacific storm in a week came ashore.
Youth watchers call them the justice generation -- students who are committed to faith in Christ and meeting the physical and social needs of the world.
The Christmas Day terror plot is the focus of national security hearings underway on Capitol Hill.
Americans are showing record generosity to help the island nation of Haiti.
Daniels, 73, is thanking God that he was treated promptly for the stroke he suffered while snowmobiling in Colorado.
A third powerful Pacific storm pounded California with heavy rain and snow Wednesday, forcing evacuations of hundreds of homes.
The victims of a gunman's violent rampage in central Virginia included the suspect's sister and brother-in-law.
U.S. military weapons inscribed with hidden Bible scripture references are creating new problems for Pentagon officials.
One West Virginia family's home is getting a makeover with the help of a local church and the Christian ministry Habitat for Humanity International.
A gunman suspected of killing eight people before he disappeared into dense woods in rural Virginia surrendered without incident early Wednesday.
Thousands of pro-life demonstrators gathered on Monday to protest what they call "an abortion supercenter" in Houston, Texas.
Two doctors who volunteer with the group were in Haiti when the recent earthquake struck. Now, they're in place to fulfill the organization's mission by assisting victims of the tragedy.
A Toledo, Ohio family, that includes five boys that were adopted while on a missions trip to Haiti, has a connection to the earthquake tragedy.
The town of Plymouth, Minn. has turned one of its frozen lakes into an outdoor art gallery.
Thousands rolled up their sleeves in Chicago this weekend to pay tribute to the life of non-violent civil rights activist Martin Luther King, Jr.
Carl Smith, a country music hitmaker of the 1950s and 1960s known for his dynamic voice and good looks, has died.
Several prominent pro-life leaders are rallying in Houston, Texas on Monday to protest what will be the largest abortion clinic in the western hemisphere.
Haitian man who breached security at JFK airport simply walked through the wrong door, his attorney said.
CBN News brought together a panel of guests to discuss race in America today and the advances that have been made during the last 40 years.
A judge ruled on Thursday that people in the city of Washington could not have a vote on gay marriage.
A message sent via the social networking Web site Facebook has a group of Florida parents giving thanks.
A busy terminal at John F. Kennedy International Airport was evacuated after a man opened a restricted door and set off an alarm.
The survivors of the 'Miracle on the Hudson' are celebrating the plane crash's one-year anniversary Friday.
There was good news on Friday for one Florida family. Their daughter who had been missing after the Haitian earthquake has been found.
Up to eight U.S. Army officers could face punishment in the case of Fort Hood shooting suspect Army Maj. Nidal Hasan.
Passengers aboard international flights traveling to or through the United States will face even tighter security following an al Qaeda threat from Yemen.
New Hampshire lawmakers have rejected a bill that would have restricted homeschooling in The Granite State.
The Ten Commandments can go back on display as part of a historical exhibit at the Grayson County Kentucky Courthouse.
Two Chicago men were indicted for planning an attack on a Danish newspaper and laying the groundwork for the 2008 terror attack in Mumbai.
Many Americans are donating money to relief efforts in Haiti, but the government is warning people to be careful of potential scams.
Since Tuesday, Esther Pierre has been glued to her phone, hoping for word of her father and brother in Haiti.
A Washington State couple is nearing their goal of helping the environment and paying for their July wedding.
The United States Supreme Court has decided to block cameras from a high-profile federal trial on gay marriage.
Federal and state law enforcement authorities are investigating five church fires in Texas. Arson is suspected in each case.
A new survey shows Protestant pastors in the U.S. are working very long hours.
Rep. Jason Chaffetz, R-Utah, is introducing a bill that would prevent the Washington, D.C. City Council's measure legalizing same-sex marriage from taking effect and allow DC residents to vote on the matter.
Former Alaska governor and vice presidential candidate Sarah Palin debuted on Fox News' 'The O'Reilly Factor' on Tuesday.
The National Marriage Summit wrapped up Tuesday on Capitol Hill and featured strategies for battles over same-sex marriage.
The trial to decide whether states can outlaw same-sex marriage started with testimony from two gay couples.
Ten years after breaking the single season home run record in Major League Baseball, Mark McGwire has admitted he used steroids.
A judge in Virginia says parts of a $10 million lawsuit filed by the families of two students slain in the mass shootings at Virginia Tech can go forward.
Prosecutors claim nursing home director Gwen Hughes chemically restrained residents who annoyed her.
There is another trial delay for the man accused of killing late-term abortion doctor George Tiller.
The 2009 economy caused a massive ripple effect for Detroit, but automakers are hoping to turn things around.
On Monday, the U.S. Supreme Court blocked the broadcast of the California trial over the state's gay marriage ban.
The cold snap across much of the country is also driving up the price of heating oil.
The U.S. Supreme Court has blocked the broadcast of the trial on California's ban of gay marriage.
Evangelist Franklin Graham says Christians who share their faith in 2010 will face greater obstacles than in years past.
A Defense Department review of the shooting rampage at Fort Hood, Texas, revealed that Hasan's superiors ignored their own concerns.
A United Airlines jetliner landed safely on Sunday without one of its landing gear fully deployed.
Study shows that local news still flows from newspapers even as an Internet-driven upheaval diminishes the depth of their coverage.
The extreme temperatures have been a huge problem for crops in Florida, as snow flurries have been spotted as far south as Orlando.
A Washington state couple has found a way to help the environment and pay for their upcoming wedding.
Drivers could soon have a new distraction to deal with while driving-- the Internet.
A half century ago, Dr. Pat Robertson took a leap of faith to follow God’s call to spread His Word like never before.
The Salvation Army is praying for someone to help them recover from a cruel hoax.
The largest abortion clinic in the United States is set to open in Houston, Texas, this April.
A New Jersey senator says the potential punishment for the man accused of touching off an airport security alert is too lenient.
A New York City man has pleaded not guilty to charges that he flew to Pakistan to get military training from al-Qaida.
An earthquake that struck near the Northern California coast left debris for communities to sort through Sunday but spared residents any serious injury.
Critics say the U.S. intelligence community is enlisting some dangerous help in its efforts to battle Islamic jihadists.
The Nigerian man suspected of trying to bring down a Detroit-bound flight plead not guilty before a federal judge Friday.
Family and friends say he died doing what he loved most - fishing and helping those in need.
The Christmas day bombing suspect will be arraigned Friday in a federal court, despite calls from conservatives for him to be tried by a military commission.
New Jersey is now the third state to reject same-sex marriage in the last three months.
Traditional marriage supporters are outraged over a California judge's decision to broadcast the Proposition 8 trial on YouTube.
The conference challenged students to impact the lives of others who are hurting all over the world. They answered that call by raising $1.3 million in global aid.
A federal court in Kansas has dismissed a lawsuit by an atheist soldier who claimed his rights were violated because he had to attend events where prayers were said.
The massive snowstorm that has buried much of the Midwest is pushing into the Northeast Friday.
Ted Turner's bid to get 74 wild bison from Yellowstone National Park is drawing stiff opposition.
A shooting rampage at a St. Louis, Mo., manufacturing plant killed at least three people and injured five others, Thursday.
New Hampshire lawmakers are moving ahead with a bill to restrict home schooling.
In the U.S., the Midwest is bracing for more heavy snow, and the deep freeze -- gripping much of the country -- is expected to continue through the weekend.
One in five terror suspects released from the Guantanamo Bay prison has returned to the fight.
Many Americans are having trouble finding a job these days. However, a new survey finds less than half of those still employed are satisfied with their work.
The man accused of opening fire at Washington's Holocaust museum died, Wednesday, at a North Carolina prison hospital.
The Nigerian man accused of attempting to blow up a Detroit-bound airliner on Christmas day was indicted on six charges.
Winter has just begun, and the deep freeze that has swept over much of the country may be sticking around for a while.
Between 5,000 and 6,000 people earning $30,000 to $40,000 a year now work at roughly 110 collection agencies in and around Buffalo, New York.
Hume has since drawn criticism because of the statement on Fox News Sunday, but he said he wasn't seeking approval with the comment.
The bodies of the seven CIA officers killed in Afghanistan last week have returned to the U.S. and were honored upon their return with a private ceremony at Dover Air Force Base in Delaware.
Part of Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport has been evacuated after a police dog detected a suspicious bag that arrived on an incoming flight.
This week the United States is facing what could be its worst winter in 25 years.
Some guardian angels in Minneapolis are battling the cold to save the lives of some of the city's most vulnerable residents.
A major motion picture about a Christian family that adopted a young homeless man who went on to play in the National Football League is still going strong.
The FBI is investigating envelopes containing white powder that were sent to the offices of senators and congressmen in Alabama.
The National Weather Service says an Arctic high pressure system will keep temperatures 15 to 20 degrees below normal in much of the country.
The Census Bureau begins its once-a-decade head count on Monday.
A new Christian movie, The Pendragon
, is out on DVD. The film portrays one man's struggle to follow God's call in the face of adversity.
Former Illinois Gov. Rod Blagojevich is scheduled to compete on the new season of "The Celebrity Apprentice."
The changes come in the wake of the botched bombing of a Northwest Airlines flight on Christmas Day.
Fifteen gay New Hampshire couples were among the first to get married at midnight New Year's Eve when the state's new marriage law took effect.
A coffee barista in Coeur d'Alene, Idaho recently used her Christmas present to beat a would-be robber at his own game.
Saddleback Church members have answered the call for donations made by Pastor Rick Warren.
A man walked through a screening checkpoint exit into the secure side of a terminal at one of the nation's busiest airports on Sunday night.
Former Navy Seals were among seven people killed in a suicide bombing targeting a CIA base in Afghanistan last week.
Many states spent 2009 passing some new and often times surprising laws. Many are expected to take effect this year.
Imagine counting down to the new year while honoring our brave troops overseas and doing it all before midnight. Impossible? Not for a group of spunky seniors in Florida.
People all across the world rang in the New Year Thursday night with spectacular celebrations.
The countdown is on for one of the nation's biggest New Year's celebrations, the Tournament of Roses Parade.
A federal judge cited repeated government missteps in dismissing all charges against five Blackwater security guards.