July 2010 Headlines
Some say the Fourth of July holiday is an excellent time to remember the faith that made Americans free.
Former Va. senator George Allen says politicians in Washington could learn many valuable lessons from the world of sports.
After being healed of a rare form of cancer, Walter Wang wants to bring the Word of God to communities around the world.
Today's tough economy has forced many people to live in pay-by-the-week motels. A pastor and his church believe they have been called to restore their hope.
The complexity of the path to U.S. citizenship often befuddles worthy immigrants, while terrorists are able to leverage the system to their advantage.
The popular vacation spot has a strong Christian heritage. Now the island is witnessing another move of God.
More than a dozen managers and two senior executives were among 110 workers at Focus on the Family laid off his week.
A disturbing report coming from the U.S. Army reveals a record number of suicides linked to an increase in risky behaviors like drug abuse, drunk driving, and crime.
A wildfire smoldered in the high desert north of Los Angeles Saturday, spewing plumes of thick smoke into a nearby town.
Michelle McClain was driving on Minnesota's I-35 West bridge during rush hour, Aug. 1, 2007, when the structure began to collapse from underneath her.
Environmental officials defended themselves Sunday against assertions they allowed BP liberal use of chemical dispersants whose threat to sea life remains unknown.
The Boy Scouts of America is celebrating its 100th anniversary with its national jamboree.
The mix up over tombstone labeling at Arlington National Cemetery could be much worse than originally reported.
Wildlife crews in Montana have captured a 400-pound grizzly bear that went on a rampage through a campground near Yellowstone National Park.
Arizona's illegal immigration law took effect without the provisions that would have made it the toughest in the nation. Yet the law was still prompted protests.
Former U.S. Department of Agriculture employee Shirley Sherrod plans to sue blogger Andrew Breitbart for igniting a controversy that made her look like a racist.
A Christian employee at a mobile phone shop in Palm Beach, Fla. said her faith forced an armed robber to leave the store empty-handed.
A natural gas explosion in Los Angeles rocked a two story building Friday, throwing people into the street and killing at least one person. One other person in critical condition.
The governor of New Mexico could be about to get involved in one of the most classic of Old West storylines in American history.
An Ohio middle school teacher accused of branding students with an image of a cross has settled with one of the families.
The new target date to plug the oil well in the Gulf of Mexico is this weekend, but there are already signs of progress in the cleanup of the spill that it caused.
An Illinois college professor removed for voicing his agreement with the Catholic Church's teaching on homosexuality has been offered his teaching position back.
The government is rapidly expanding a program to identify illegal immigrants using fingerprints from arrests - and it has several immigration groups up in arms.
Firefighters continue to battle three fires in the Los Angeles area -- two within 60 miles of each other.
A federal appeals court has ruled against a lawsuit to remove "In God We Trust" from U.S. currency, dismissing claims that the phrase was unconstitutional.
The Federal Bureau of Investigation is denying allegations of targeting innocent Muslims through a counter-terrorism program.
The Texas-based minister said his ministry has accumulated a deficit in the last few months because there hasn't been the usual amount of offerings at his international speaking engagements.
Gov. Jennifer Granholm said it will be a "tragedy of historic proportions" if the oil reaches Lake Michigan.
A coalition of pro-family groups has called the Obama administration's defense of the National Day of Prayer inadequate.
The legal battle is just beginning over Arizona's controversial immigration law after a federal judge blocked the key provisions of the measure.
Christian students at two different universities are being punished for disagreeing with their schools' policies on homosexuality.
A Boeing C-17 cargo plane with four people on board crashed and burned at Elmendorf Air Force Base near downtown Anchorage.
Hundreds of California firefighters who are battling a raging wildfire near the Mojave Desert got a helping hand from nature on Wednesday.
Households across many large U.S. cities received more foreclosure warnings in the first half of this year than last year.
Seventeen-month-old Jessiah Jackson is spending his first night back at home in Wilmington, NC, after surviving what could have been a fatal accident.
Aretha Franklin and Condoleezza Rice may sit on different sides of the political table, but they know how to harmonize on the musical spectrum.
With one day left before Arizona’s immigration law goes into effect, passions are running high as those for and against the measure prepare for large scale protests.
One hundred days after the massive oil rig explosion that killed 11 workers and sent millions of gallons of crude gushing into the Gulf, a tranquil image is emerging.
The Fremont, Nebraska City Council has voted to suspend a ban on hiring or renting property to illegal immigrants.
According to the Hudson Valley News
, tents reported to have cost $600,000 have been put up at Astor Courts in Rhinebeck, N.Y.
Tom Saunders takes photographs of a single drop of oil. Then, in what is a mix of art and science, he creates what he calls "disaster art."
The father of one of two young women misidentified after being involved in a fatal car crash last week, has blamed miscommunication for the mix-up.
Michael Hayden, the CIA's top spy under President Bush from 2006 to 2009, told CNN military action may soon be the only option.
BP announced Tuesday that its embattled British CEO Tony Hayward will be replaced by American Robert Dudley effective October 1.
The missionary inventor who designed a flying car to help spread the Gospel throughout the world will showcase his invention at one of the biggest aviation shows in the world this weekend.
It has been estimated implementing the ordinance would cost the city around $1 million per year in legal fees, employee overtime and improved computer software.
A salary scandal sparked an explosive City Council meeting in the tiny town of Bell, Calif. Monday night.
Kansas residents R.J. and Jackie Mejia used a billboard to express their gratitude to the doctors and nurses who saved their baby girl.
Twenty years ago today President George H.W. Bush signed the Americans with Disabilities Act into law.
Thousands of scouts from across the country took part in a parade in Washington, D.C., the largest Boy Scout parade in nearly 70 years.
Family and friends of gospel singer Doug Oldham remembered his amazing talent Monday at his funeral held at the Thomas Road Baptist Church in Lynchburg, Va.
Television evangelists Benny Hinn and Paula White both issued statements denying that there is anything inappropriate about their relationship.
Thanks to Skype a military couple was able to witness the birth of their child together.
Following days of oppressive heat, a strong cold front came through the region to trigger the storms.
BP CEO Tony Hayward will step down in October and take a job with TNK-BP, the company's joint venture in Russia, according to a person familiar with the matter.
A decade ago, Lou Engle was a man with a vision: to rally young people across the country to pray for the nation.
Seven gay Luthern pastors who work in the San Francisco Bay area are being welcomed into the denomination.
Hundreds of Iowans fled from their homes and vacation cabins after two days of heavy rains caused the Lake Delhi dam to rupture on Saturday.
The U.S. Coast Guard called off a recovery mission on Saturday for four victims of a small plane that crashed into Lake Michigan.
Former Muslim Walid Shoebat talks to CBN News about Muslim history and how the name "Cordoba" is recognized by Islamists around the world.
One Sunday, Officer Michael Bailey, a 20-year veteran of the Chicago Police Department, became one of those statistics.
Jason Upton is a Christian music artist who leads worship in churches, large and small, all over the world.
Crews hurried to get back to work on plugging BP's leaky oil well Saturday after Tropical Storm Bonnie fizzled.
Hollywood aims to strike a family friendly chord at theaters this weekend with the release of 20th Century Fox's "Ramona and the Beezus."
The court battle over Arizona's immigration law began with a packed courtroom hearing and dozens of protestors outside.
Pastor Wiley shares how what he's doing to help the poor in his community is just a reflection of what God's prompting the body of Christ to do around the globe.
Pastor Wiley gave CBN News a tour of the abandoned hospital and how he envisions it as a center to house the hidden homeless.
Watch the CBN News interview with a River church member about how the River Christian Fellowship Church is helping the hidden homeless.
Despite the history of violence between Israelis and Arabs, the Arab Christian-Messianic Jewish Fellowship believes there can be peace between the two.
Watch CBN News entire interview with Pastor Wiley of River Fellowship Church in Kansas City, Mo.
The parking spaces below the U.S. Capitol building are some of the most coveted on earth - which makes it particularly irritating that a former congresswoman has been allowing her car sit there abandoned.
The name Bonnie means 'pretty,' but the storm bearing that name is expected to push more of the ugly, oily mess in the Gulf of Mexico onto Louisiana's coast.
Warren is at home recovering from an accident in which his eyes were burned with the sap of a firestick plant earlier this week.
President Barack Obama has personally expressed regret to Shirley Sherrod after she was fired from the U.S. Department of Agriculture over misunderstood remarks.
Less than 48 hours after being called a racist and forced to resign from her job at the U.S. Department of Agriculture, Shirley Sherrod may be headed back to work.
The Wichita City Council said it will continue to open its meetings with a prayer despite a protest from a secular group.
A tropical depression now churning over the Bahamas has its sights set on the massive oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico.
Solicitor General Elena Kagan is one step closer to becoming the fourth female justice on the Supreme Court.
Plans to build a mosque two blocks from Ground Zero in New York City have caused a heated debate between two prominent political figures.
A Mississippi school district that cancelled its prom rather than allow a lesbian student to attend has agreed to pay $35,000 in damages to the recent high-school graduate.
For the first time in two years, Arizona's freeways will not be surveyed by photo radar cameras.
Denver International Airport looked like a hospital emergency room for a little while Tuesday after a United Airlines Flight landed with 30 injured passengers.
What started out as therapy for one young autistic girl in Texas has blossomed into a program that is helping many other kids like her.
Accusations of racism have cost federal employee Shirley Sherrod her job at the U.S. Agriculture Department.
California teenager Steven Ortiz has found what many people would call success by bartering on Craigslist, the online trading and shopping website.
President Barack Obama and first lady Michelle Obama were regaled Monday night with a series of show tunes from the stars of the Broadway musical, "The Great White Way."
Texas' Gov. Rick Perry contends that states have the constitutional right to pass their own laws.
A group of former Muslims have stepped into the battle over the proposed mega mosque in Murfreesboro, Tenn.
Students from a Christian school in Arizona say police stopped them from praying outside the U.S. Supreme Court building.
An Oklahoma judge granted an injunction on Monday stopping the enforcement of a state law mandating pregnant women be shown ultrasound images of their unborn babies.
For many families who live along the Gulf of Mexico, the federal government's ban on deepwater oil drilling is worse than the oil spill and its aftermath.
The report says the government did not show why closing dealerships was the right thing to do and may have hurt businesses and the economy.
The social networking site is about to hit a record 500 million users, making it the largest information network on the Internet.
In one of the hottest summers on record, 43 of the 50 states have had temperatures soaring to 90 degrees or higher. And forecasters warn it'll get worse.
The plan to build a mosque near New York City's Ground Zero has drawn criticism from an esteemed U.S. military veteran who has battled radical Islam firsthand.
"Top Secret America," a report released by The Washington Post, has revealed there are now 1,200 governement agencies as well as 1,900 private companies collecting information.
The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services has announced health insurance pools can not cover abortions.
Government officials will allow testing of the newly capped oil well in the Gulf of Mexico to continue, even as a new leak has been discovered.
It's a contradiction that may be an effort by the oil giant to avoid blame if crude starts spewing again.
The father of a missing 7-year-old Portland boy says he believes a third party was involved along with his estranged wife.
Bridal salons are making dreams come true for future military spouses, by supporting "Brides Across America."
CBS and NBC have refused to air an ad opposing the mosque set to be built near Ground Zero in New York City.
Damage has already been done for many Gulf Coast cities and residents and because of that, churches across the country will gather to pray Sunday, July 18.
This weekend, it's all about mind over matter as psychics and sorcerers get ready to vie for box office gold in the latest batch of Hollywood films.
Officials say two people have died in a small plane crash near the Portland International Jetport in Maine.
A New Jersey fire official says no one is trapped under the rubble from a parking garage that partly collapsed after a glass canopy fell from a high-rise condominium building.
Each year, there are countless cases around the nation challenging believers and their constitutional rights.
Apple, Inc. Chief Executive Officer Steve Jobs is giving away free protective cases to owners of the new iPhone 4.
A school district in Montana is proposing new graphic sex education curriculum for students as young as five years old.
The D.C. Court of Appeals has ruled against letting voters have a say on gay marriage in the nation's capital.
In Texas, a new billboard has popped up along a major interstate that encourages people who don't believe in God to band together.
New York Gov. David Paterson is preparing to sign a no-fault divorce bill that would make the Empire State the last in the union to adopt the controversial policy.
British Petroleum was cautiously optimistic on Friday that it had stopped the oil that was gushing into the Gulf of Mexico.
BP has begun critical testing on its ruptured well in hopes that it will lead to stopping the gusher.
An ancient ship was found at the NYC's Ground Zero site as workers were excavating a new parking lot.
The quake, which struck at 5:04 a.m. EDT on Friday, shook homes and rattled windows.
Charges of racism have the Tea Party defending itself against allegations from the country's oldest civil rights organization.
RNC Chairman Michael Steele said in a statement on Wednesday the NAACP's allegations "are not only destructive, they are not true."
BP has finally started tests on a new cap designed to temporarily fix its leaking oil well in the Gulf of Mexico.
Families of 9/11 victims and other opponents met to convince NYC officials to uphold the sanctity of a site near Ground Zero that could eventually be a mosque.
A federal judge has granted Planned Parenthood's request to temporarily block a Nebraska abortion law, saying the measure would make it harder women to get the procedure.
Nine states have officially backed Arizona's new immigration law.
After almost two years of acrimony, Bristol Palin and Levi Johnston said they've worked things out and now want to get married.
A Minneapolis teacher was distraught when she dropped her $7,000 engagement ring off the edge of a boat - until a treasure hunter came to the rescue.
Houston is experiencing the sounds and sights of Christmas in July due to the Salvation Army's response to the tough economic times that have plagued many of the city's residents.
The White House is contradicting a claim that the space agency, NASA, should be reaching out to the Muslim world.
Sarah Taylor had been on a transplant waiting list for the past year so she decided to post her need on Facebook.
A federal appeals court has struck down a 2004 Federal Communications Commission policy, redefining indecency rules for broadcast television.
George Steinbrenner, who rebuilt the New York Yankees into a sports empire with a mix of bluster and big bucks that polarized fans all across America, died Tuesday.
Testing on a new, tighter cap on the oil gusher on the floor of the Gulf of Mexico begins on Tuesday to see if the device can finally stop the leak.
A missing Iranian scientist has turned up alive in Washington, D.C.
The 83-year-old Schuller told his congregation that Sheila Schuller Coleman will become sole lead pastor, as he becomes head of the church's board of directors.
A workplace shooting in Albuquerque, New Mexico, has left five people dead and four others wounded.
Grammy Award-winning Gospel singer and composer Walter Hawkins passed away at his California home Sunday after a lengthy battle with pancreatic cancer.
A project to map the battlefields of the Pequot War is bringing those musket balls, gunflints and arrowheads into the sunlight for the first time in centuries.
Eighty-four days into the oil spill, British Petroleum is once again trying to replace the cap and contain the leak in the Gulf of Mexico once and for all.
Imagine eating lunch at a restaurant when suddenly, everyone around you stands up to say the Pledge of Allegiance. At one eatery, it's become a ritual.
Leigh Anne and Sean Tuohy say any one person you walk past could be the one to change your life. So every once in awhile, you need to stop and turn around.
Former Vice Presidential candidate Sarah Palin's latest political ad for conservative women is catching a lot of attention.
Christ Church left the Episcopal denomination in 2007 over concerns that leaders were allowing the ordination of gay clergy.
As the battle over how to maintain the border continues in Arizona, some residents have appointed themselves as guardians to keep an eye out for illegal immigrants.
A Boston judge has ruled the federal law defining marriage as between one man and one woman is unconstitutional, a decision that could reach beyond Massachussetts.
The cost of mailing a letter is going up again.
A BP official says that early work to contain the massive oil leak in the Gulf of Mexico is going as expected.
No matter how difficult times may be, one military man has still found things to be thankful for.
A scene from the 2008 presidential election has some accusing the Justice Department of racism.
A week after its July 4 weekend debut, The Twilight Saga: Eclipse
has a new crop of challengers at the box office.
Leaders of the Presbyterian USA Church voted Thursday to allow non-celibate gays in committed relationships to serve as clergy.
A court in California has re-instated a fraud case against Planned Parenthood alleging the clinic overbilled the government for birth control costs.
A federal appeals court in New Orleans, La., rejected the Obama administration's effort to reinstate a deepwater drilling moratorium on Thursday.
Their U.S. ring dismantled, 10 Russian secret agents are on their way to a new life under Moscow's wing in a swiftly brokered trade.
CNN fired Middle East affairs correspondent Octavia Nasr after she posted a 'Tweet' expressing her admiration for a late Lebanese Muslim cleric.
The first stage of President Obama's health care overhaul is set to cover about one million uninsured Americans by 2011.
Several al Qaeda members have been indicted in connection with last year's plot to set off bombs in New York's subway system.
For most Americans, July is a time to celebrate their country's freedom and independence. But one radical Islamic group will do the opposite.
After four days of steamy, 100 degree heat, the East Coast is starting to cool down - but not much.
Another storm is threatening oil spill clean up efforts in the Gulf of Mexico.
Two candidates who want to be New York state's next governor said more information is needed about the controversial mosque to be built at New York City's Ground Zero.
A moderate earthquake jolted Southern California on Wednesday, rattling buildings in downtown Los Angeles.
Author David Kupelian says society has an age-old blind spot -- we don't understand the nature of evil and how it works -- and he partially blames the church.
Anne Dale is using her creative talents to raise money for fishing businesses affected by the oil spill on the Gulf Coast.
Justice Department officials has filed a lawsuit over the constitutionality of Arizona's new illegal immigration law.
A new worship album from the up-and-coming Christian recording artist Audrey Assad is set to hit stores across the U.S. in July.
The northeastern U.S. is still suffering through some of the hottest weather in a decade.
Gov. Linda Lingle said Tuesday that voters and not politicians should decide the fate of civil unions.
The government said Tuesday it planned to appeal a decision to release one of the defendants in the Russian spy case on bail.
New Orleans, which managed to escape the oil from the BP spill for more than two months, can't hide any longer.
For the first time in almost 35 years, Queen Elizabeth II made a rare visit to New York City.
After nearly 40 years on the job, the nation's oldest postal worker has punched in for the final time.
The schedule for Queen Elizabeth II's visit to New York City includes a tribute to the victims of the 9/11 attacks and addresses to the United Nations.
Temperatures have risen so high on the East Coast that it has become dangerous to be outdoors.
The state of Texas has begun to see the effects of the Gulf oil spill. Buckets of tar balls have washed up on on several of the state's beaches.
Court orders imam entangled in suicide bomb plot to leave the U.S.
The homeless helping the homeless is the mission of one young woman in Minneapolis, Minn.
The Fourth of July was a special day for all of America, but some had special reason to celebrate as they became new U.S.citizens.
A church in Chicago encouraged thousands of troops this Fourth of July with hand-written letters.
This is not a happy holiday for buasinesses along the Gulf coast as the BP oil spill is ruining what is normally their busiest season.
BP's latest figures for its response to the Gulf of Mexico oil spill disaster has topped $3 billion, the company reported on Monday.
Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Philip will spend Tuesday afternoon in Manhattan before flying home to Great Britain in the evening.
The nation's largest fireworks show lit up the sky over the Hudson River straddling New York and New Jersey on Sunday.
Tragedy struck the Bellevue, Iowa, Fourth of July parade when a pair of runaway coach horses killed one spectator and injured 23 others.
The latest hopes are riding on a massive new skimmer to clean oil from near the spewing well in the Gulf of Mexico.
The Liberty Counsel filed a lawsuit Thursday to overturn a ban on handing out bibles in public schools in Florida's Collier County.
A federal appeals court has ruled two Texas principals can be held personally liable in a lawsuit over students distributing candy canes with Christian Christmas messages.
The man known as the 'Son of Hamas' faced death threats and warnings not to return to the West Bank.
Some experts have suggested using explosives or nuclear weapons to stop the Gulf oil spill and former President Bill Clinton hints that may become the only option.
Police in Oregon are reopening an investigation into an alleged sexual assault by former Vice President Al Gore.
Officials have asked Puerto Ricans to apply for new birth certificates with increased security features. The move comes in response to the country's widespread identity theft problem.
An artist has planted 60 pianos around the Big Apple in hopes of turning a city of strangers into friends