June 2010 Headlines
In her new book, Quiet Hero: Secrets from My Father's Past
, journalist Rita Cosby shares a more personal story of faith and redemption.
After years of frustration with the recording industry, contemporary Christian band, the Go Fish Guys, decide to use their gifts to reach children.
Christian America is under attack. The enemy? Political columnist S.E. Cupp says its the media. Find out why she believes a war on Christianity is a war on all Americans.
The father of a soldier killed in Iraq has begun a cross country trek to gain support for the adoption of a symbol to recognize all fallen American soldiers.
Two evangelical Christian groups are calling for a national day of prayer for the Gulf of Mexico.
Social networking Web sites like Facebook are the new go-to places for divorce attorneys looking for evidence against cheating spouses.
Arlington National Cemetery's management team is laying out new plans to ensure mistakes in labeling plots are not made again.
A Veterans Administration hospital in St. Louis, Mo., is sending out warnings to patients who may have been exposed accidentally to deadly viruses.
Ergun Caner has been removed as dean of Liberty University's theological seminary, after claims that he lied about certain parts of his past.
The son of a Hamas founder, who spied for Israel, has been granted asylum by a U.S. immigration judge in San Diego, Calif.
The first Australian woman to win the Wimbledon tournament is now devoting her time to sharing the love of Jesus Christ.
In a unanimous decision, the Wisconsin Supreme Court is standing behind the voters and upholding the states ban on gay marriage
Planned Parenthood has filed a lawsuit challenging a new Nebraska law with conditions the group says would ultimately ban abortions in the state.
Some 24 graduating seniors at a high school in Syracuse, N.Y. made history by simply walking across the stage.
More than 300 communities in the U.S. have applied for federal funding to help children in at risk neighborhoods.
The 60-year-old author and minister to the disabled will need chemotherapy treatments, but doctors say the type of cancer she endured is 'highly survivable.'
CNN's Larry King said Tuesday he will step down from his nightly show this fall.
Residents across North Carolina are protesting a series of atheist billboards they say attack the Pledge of Allegiance.
Organizers of Minneapolis' Twin Cities Gay Pride Festival have announced they will continue their fight to bar Christian evangelists from the annual event.
Some critics have suggested the high court's narrow ruling poses a significant threat.
Tropical Storm Alex is expected to reach hurricane strength sometime Tuesday. It might push oil farther inland and disrupt cleanup efforts.
Gen. Stanley McChrystal, who was fired last week as the top U.S. general in the stalemated Afghanistan war, told the Army on Monday that he will retire.
Moscow wants answers after U.S. law enforcement officials arrested 10 people who alleged spied for Russia for up to a decade.
The conservative grassroots movement is now taking on issues like immigration.
The Supreme Court says a law school can legally deny recognition to a Christian student group that won't let gays join.
The Sunday gathering served as a chance for conservatives to rally the base of the Republican Party.
Bethesda, Md. mom Jamie Ratner recently launched "certifikid
," a website which finds and advertises discounts for families with young children.
Joni Eareckson-Tada, founder of the ministry Joni and Friends has been diagnosed with breast cancer.
The U.S. Supreme Court is wrapping up its latest session with key rulings involving the First Amendment.
Tropical Storm Alex isn't taking aim at the massive Gulf oil spill - for now - though any system can quickly change course and send cleanup efforts grinding to a halt.
Leaders of the Gulf Coast states have designated this Sunday as a day of prayer for all of the regions affected by the oil spill.
Sixteen-year-old Californian sailor Abby Sunderland got a big hug from her older brother on the appropriately named Reunion Island.
A Kentucky woman is living proof that it's never too late to go back to class -- even when the subject is self defense.
On Friday, Bridgeport, Conn., Mayor Bill Finch compared the storm damage to an attack by Godzilla. He estimated the damage to be in the millions of dollars.
Mosab Hassan Yousef thought he had found a safe haven in the U.S., but now the man known as the "Son of Hamas" is facing deportation.
A federal judge who overturned the government's six-month moratorium on deepwater drilling refused to put his ruling on hold.
The Supreme Court ruled that Washington state voters who signed a petition asking for a referendum on gay rights cannot conceal their names from the public.
Pro-life groups gathered in front of a new Planned Parenthood clinic in Virginia Beach, Va. to raise their voices together opposing abortions.
Engineers in the Gulf of Mexico have made an emergency repair to a containment cap after an underwater robot had bumped into it.
A jury has ruled the city of Philadelphia cannot evict a Boy Scout chapter from using a city-owned building for refusing to admit gays.
Planned Parenthood is being pressured to answer questions about how much taxpayer funding it receives and and how that money is spent.
Edith Shain, the woman whose kiss in Times Square became infamously associated with the end of World War II, has passed away. She was 91.
Several residents in the small community of Murfreesboro, Tenn., are outraged over plans to build what some are calling a "mega" mosque.
Arizona crews have been assuring residents they have contained 20 percent of the fire and secured several previously endangered homes.
Virginia's Attorney General Ken Cuccinelli says protecting free speech includes protecting lousy speech.
A new poll finds that many Americans are divided over whether they expect Jesus Christ to return to earth by the year 2050.
Atheist groups in North Carolina have posted billboards across the Tar Heel State to protest the words, "under God" in the Pledge of Allegiance.
A former LAPD police officer shot in the line of duty and paralyzed from the chest down, now uses a hand cycle to fight gang-related crime.
An American on a solo mission in Pakistan to hunt down Osama bin Laden is being released without charges, according to his brother.
Calling himself a Muslim soldier, a Pakistan-born U.S. citizen pleaded guilty Monday to carrying out the failed Times Square car bombing.
The Supreme Court upheld a law that prohibits Americans from supporting foreign terrorist groups, even when aid is intended to turn groups toward peaceful practices.
Fishing is what holds many families along the Louisiana Gulf Coast together, but the BP oil spill now has them struggling to make ends meet.
Investigators are now taking a closer look at the stepmother of Kyron Horman, the Oregon boy who vanished from his elementary school almost three weeks ago.
Lawyers for lesbian-turned-Christian Lisa Miller announced their decision to appeal a ruling which gave custody of her daughter to her former partner.
Voters in the eastern Nebraska city of Fremont on Monday approved a ban on hiring or renting property to illegal immigrants.
Fire crews battling the so-called Schultz fire northeast of Flagstaff, Ariz. have made some progress, bringing 10 percent of the 10,000-acre wildfire under control.
Firefighters continued their efforts to fight the wildfire near Flagstaff, Ariz. Monday as authorities urged hundreds of residents to flee their homes.
A Texas diabetic received the ultimate gift from his daughter on Father's Day - life.
Saturday, June 19 marked the celebration that is known as Juneteenth -- the celebration of the abolition of slavery in the United States.
Four Christian evangelists were arrested on June 18 and charged with disorderly conduct at the Dearborn Arab International Festival in Michigan.
The cost of responding to the Gulf oil spill has now reached $2 billion. But BP may be paying an even heavier price in the court of public opinion.
The Pakistani-born U.S. citizen accused of trying to set off a car bomb in Times Square is set to face arraignment in a New York court on Monday.
A tornado that ripped the roof off a sports arena in Billings, Montana, on Sunday evening also tore through businesses.
The animated sequel about toys that come to life leaped to the No. 1 spot with a $109 million opening weekend, according to studio estimates Sunday.
Drilling crews are grinding ever deeper to build the relief wells that are the best hope of stopping the massive oil leak at the bottom of the Gulf of Mexico.
The group responsible for the faith-based films "Facing the Giants" and "Fireproof," is preparing to release what they hope will be their next box office hit.
Audiences have been eagerly awaiting the next movie in 'The Chronicles of Narnia' series.
Two Washington, D.C.- area fathers are both passionate independent filmmakers. Their faith helps them send God's message about being a father through film.
Manute Bol, a lithe 7-foot-7 shot-blocker from Sudan who spent 10 seasons in the NBA and was dedicated to humanitarian work in Africa, died Saturday. He was 47.
Two Florida siblings are turning lemons into lemonade to rescue some feathered friends in the Gulf of Mexico.
Woody, Buzz Lightyear and the rest of the gang returned to theaters Friday in the third installment of the Disney-Pixar film franchise Toy Story.
BP chief executive Tony Hayward took a day off Saturday to see his 52-foot yacht "Bob" compete in a glitzy race off England's shore, a leisure trip that further infuriated residents of the oil-stained Gulf Coast.
Severe thunderstorms sweeping through the Midwest have killed a motorist in Michigan, shattered windows in an iconic Chicago skyscraper and knocked out power to hundreds of thousands of people.
Two of the world's richest men are calling on other billionaires to give large portions of their fortune to charity.
Just after midnight Friday, Utah carried out the first execution by firing squad since 1996.
Campbell Soup Co. is recalling 15 million pounds of SpaghettiOs with meatballs after a cooker left the meat undercooked.
The heartbreaking mystery surrounding the disappearance of 7-year-old Kyron Horman in Oregon drew hundreds together for a prayer vigil.
A new report shows abortion groups are spending millions of dollars in federal funds.
The Christian community is mourning the recent passing of Ron Hembree, president of the Cornerstone TeleVision Network.
The definition of marriage is at stake in a trial in California where lawyers presented their final arguments on Thursday regarding Proposition 8.
Southern Baptists have seen great success in their missionary work in Haiti following the January earthquake that rocked the island nation.
The new program has received mixed reviews from residents.
Closing arguments in the landmark trial challenging California's ban on same-sex marriage will begin Wednesday.
A Muslim student group at the University of California, Irvine, has been suspended for disrupting a speech by Israeli Ambassador Michael Oren back in February.
A private researcher says he has matched seven MIAs with the remains of unknowns and he expects to match as many as 19 more within a week.
A 60-foot statue of Jesus Christ was struck by lightning and burned to the ground near Cincinnati, Ohio, Monday night.
A former drug addict and born-again Christian shares the power of faith at public high school assemblies.
Employees at the Methodist Hospital in Indianapolis celebrated a successful fund-raising effort by taking part in a morale-boosting bed race.
An American construction worker on a solo mission to hunt down Osama bi Laden has been detained in Pakistan.
A report by the Corporation for National and Community Services found that Americans spent 100 million more hours helping their communities last year than in 2008.
A federal appeals court will not hear the case of a Connecticut school district in time for the school board to move its graduation ceremonies back to a church building.
A new study by researchers at the Universities of California, Brown and Harvard found that divorce can spread among people in the same social networks.
The military says two people were taken into custody after they tried to gain access to MacDill Air Force Base near Tampa, Fla. early Monday morning.
A 5.7-magnitude earthquake rocked the border region of southern California Monday night.
In Oklahoma, 59 counties have been declared disaster areas and at least 50 people were rescued from Monday's deadly flash floods.
Americans across the nation showed their patriotism, Monday, in honor of the old tradition of Flag Day.
Jimmy Dean, a man known for singing and selling sausage, has passed away at the age of 81.
Law enforcement authorities have announced Kyron Horman's disappearance is now being treated as a criminal case.
An undocumented Harvard University student is facing deportation to Mexico after being detained by immigration authorities.
After a weekend of intense searching, a 20th body was found Monday after Friday's deadly flash flood of the Little Missouri River in Arkansas.
The government has become irritated with BP over its prolonged efforts to contain the huge amounts of well gushing from a ruptured well into the Gulf.
Church rifts caused by adultery, failed leadership, financial dealings and other issues lead to what author and former pastor Stephen Mansfield calls 'church hurt.'
Hollywood tested America's love for the retro as it debuted two 1980s television classics in theaters across the U.S. Friday.
Teen sailor Abby Sunderland was cheerful in a phone call home after being rescued Saturday from her crippled boat in the southern Indian Ocean.
When it comes to the issue of immigration reform, there's no shortage of opinions or passions -- not only from politicians, but also from the pulpit.
Christians along the Mississippi Gulf Coast are turning to their faith as they see the devastating impact of the oil spill in nearby Louisiana.
The healing power of sports is helping to rebuild the lives of many of America's wounded veterans from the Afghanistan and Iraq wars.
The government has now estimated the oil from the broken British Petroleum well has been spilling out at 20,000 to 50,000 barrels a day.
The Virginia Supreme Court has overturned a judge's decision allowing breakaway Episcopal churches to keep church property.
So far, the Army investigation has uncovered 211 cases where remains were either mishandled, mis-identified, left in unmarked graves, or buried improperly.
Time has almost run out for churches to replace their wireless microphones as a federal ban on the devices will go into effect Saturday.
Rescuers on board a chartered Australian airplane contacted 16-year-old Abby Sunderland after she set off two emergency satellite beacons.
An international rescue effort was launched Thursday for a 16-year-old girl trying to sail solo around the world.
After seven days of searching, there has still been no sign of missing 7-year-old Kyron Horman.
Belmont Baptist Church member have been praying for their youth pastor and others who were injured when a truck hit their van during a missions trip.
Stephen Strasburg made his first Major League Baseball game debute Wednesday for the Washington Nationals. The 21-year-old did not disappoint his new team or its fans.
A young Pakistani-American has been convicted of terrorism charges and will spend the next 15 years in prison.
President Barack Obama will offer condolences at the White House on Thursday to the families of the 11 workers killed in the Gulf oil rig disaster.
A federal appeals court upheld a ruling that banned two counties in Kentucky from including a framed copy of the Ten Commandments in a display in their courthouses featuring other historic documents.
The suspect in the disappearance of Natalee Holloway in Aruba confessed to a separate killing Tuesday -- the same day a crime center opened in Holloway's name.
Meteorologists have estimated that deadly tornado which killed five people in Ohio last weekend was a powerful F4 on the zero-to-five tornado Fujita scale.
Parents are so concerned about the disappearance of Kyron Horman that 40 students were kept home from school, Tuesday.
CBN News presents a short video tour with Len Roster of Will Rogers Shrine of the Sun near Colorado Springs, Colo.
President Barack Obama surprised graduates and their families with a special visit to the graduation ceremonies of Kalamazoo Central High School in Kalamazoo, Mich. on Tuesday.
The amount of crude still escaping into the Gulf of Mexico may be considerably greater than what the government and the company have claimed.
Chrysler is recalling nearly 600,000 Jeep Wranglers and minivans because of brake and wiring problems.
The Texas utility workers who accidentally hit a gas line, causing a deadly explosion, followed proper procedure to locate the line before drilling, an official said Tuesday.
Miley Cyrus has recently come under fire from critics for her transition from a good role model to her new, racy onstage persona.
An NYPD undercover unit played a key role in nabbing the two New Jersey men who were arrested and charged with terrorism last weekend.
A new poll shows Americans think the federal government has been doing a poor job responding to the oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico.
President Obama called White House correspondent Helen Thomas' recent controversial remarks about Israel "offensive."
One thing that's emerging in all the kind words about the late former UCLA coach John Wooden is his abiding Christian faith.
British Petroleum has reported it has made some progress in its efforts to stop the oil gushing into the Gulf of Mexico.
Authorities in the Midwest say tornadoes and thunderstorms killed at least seven people and destroyed at least 50 homes on Sunday.
A federal judge in Utah has dismissed a lawsuit over a monument displaying the Ten Commandments.
Thousands of people assembled in New York City Sunday to voice their opposition to a proposed mosque planned to be built near Ground Zero.
Two New Jersey men who wanted to kill American troops were arrested at a New York City airport.
Investigators are following a lead into the disappearance and possible homicide of the fourth wife of former suburban Chicago police officer Drew Peterson.
Anamika Veeramani, a 14-year-old girl from North Royalton, Ohio, won the 83rd Scripps National Spelling Bee.
Harpeth High School graduate Amelia Bivens was recently told by administrators to change her valedictorian speech because it included religious references.
The National Baseball League umpire who blew a record-setting call during this week's game between Detroit and Cleveland has returned to the base line.
A possible Comedy Central cartoon about God is causing outrage among Christians and prompting a movement put a to stop the project.
Growing frustration with Washington politicians and the rise of the Tea Party movement has lead to a record number of requests to run for Congress.
Officials said 29-year-old Barry Walter Bujol had been in contact with Yemeni cleric Anwar al Awlaki since 2008.
BP has finally made progress in slowing down the Gulf oil spill. But the disaster has already had a terrible effect on the wildlife in the region.
Seniors at Exeter Union High School in California won't be having an opening prayer at their graduation ceremony on Friday. Instead, they'll just observe a moment of silence.
Workers cleaning up BP's oil spill complaining of respiratory problems, headaches and nausea.
Ford Motor Company is officially putting the brakes on their historic Mercury brand because of sluggish sales.
Former mega-church pastor Ted Haggard announced Wednesday that he is starting a new church in Colorado.
Christian worship artist Guy Penrod recently released his new country music solo debut entitled "Breathe Deep
Rue McClanahan, an Emmy-winning actress on the hit TV series "The Golden Girls," has died. She was 76.
Therapist and author Greg Smith says the highest level of personal performance is achieved by utilizing our God-given gifts.
The Gulf spill has already become the worst environmental disaster the US. has ever seen, and now experts say it could continue until Christmas.
A former member of the U.S. Army National Guard has started a drive to collect coats to help win the war in Afghanistan. He hopes this act of kindness will be a bridge to the heart of the Afghan people.
The Brooklyn Bridge has been through a lot in its 127 years, and now the New York icon needs a facelift.
It could soon cost California shoppers at the checkout aisle if they forget to bring their own bags to the store.
Army psychiatrist Nidal Hasan, the man accused of the Fort Hood, Texas massacre, made his first appearance in a military court on Tuesday.
Two Connecticut public schools will appeal a ruling that bans them from holding graduation ceremonies inside a church.
The latest attempt to contain the oil gusher in the Gulf has stalled after a saw became stuck as it was cutting through a pipe on a busted well.
A judge on Tuesday ordered Oneida Middle School in Schenectady, N.Y. to reinstate 7th grader Raymond Hosier who was suspended for wearing rosary beads.
Believed the world's most influential terrorist, al Qaeda cleric Anwar al-Awlaki is now making his presence felt just minutes from the nation's capital.
Former Vice President Al Gore and his wife of 40 years, Tipper, are separating, according to people close to the couple.
Jason Picaro was told he would never walk again. But recently he surprised his doctors, family and friends by undertaking a different type of adventure.
Federal authorities have opened criminal and civil investigations into America's worst oil spill, as possibility of a solution to the leak continued to dim Tuesday.
A federal judge ruled Monday that two Connecticut public high schools can't hold graduation ceremonies inside a Christian church, because using a church for graduation would be an unconstitutional endorsement of religion.