October 2010 Headlines
"Seven Days in Utopia," a new movie starring Robert Duvall and Lucas Black, is about golf, fly-fishing and finding faith in Christ.
Volunteer missionaries say they have witnessed the most hardened criminals being transformed into faithful followers of Jesus Christ.
Even with a Major League Baseball championship on the line, CBN News talked with World Series players who say faith in Jesus Christ is paramount in their lives.
With arrival of Halloween, many kids may be looking for a scary movie to accompany tricks and all of those treats. But such films can have a lasting impact.
U.S. airports are implementing full-body pat downs as an alternative to the new high-tech full body scanners. But some say the pat down is more invasive, calling them "X-rated."
Regent University President Carlos Campo said he plans to continue empowering students to be "the best human beings" they can be, while staying true to their Christian heritage.
The FBI said, Friday, a gunman who recently fired shots at the Marine Corps Museum may be holding a grudge against the U.S. Marine Corps.
Bibles will soon be distributed in Vietnam thanks to the efforts of a former Vietnamese refugee in Forth Smith, Ark.
An international investigation is underway to determine whether suspicious packages found on cargo planes headed to the United States were part of a terrorist plot.
A Denver district court judge has ruled that Colorado's governor's support for the National Day of Prayer does not violate the U.S. Constitution.
The U.S. Supreme Court is expected to issue a ruling soon on a California law that bans selling violent video games to minors.
Lawmakers are now putting pressure on the Pennsylvania college over its employment of a Holocaust-denying professor.
Actor James MacArthur, who played "Danno" in the original version of television's "Hawaii Five-0" died Thursday at age 72.
An Idaho man says he is thankful to be alive after his malfunctioning engine-powered paraglider sent him plunging 100 feet to the ground.
A U.S. Catholic bishop about to be elevated to cardinal says Catholic politicians and judges who support abortion betray their faith.
People from the Dakotas to the Carolinas were trying to start dealing with the necessary cleanup of debris on Thursday after a massive storm rolled across the country, leaving a path of destruction.
An FBI sting culminated in the arrest of Pakistani-born man charged with plotting to bomb a Metro station.
After years of hard times in Detroit, Ford Motor Co. may be helping to lead the Motor City out of a major economic slump.
The U.S. Department of Education is sending out a warning to schools around the country that they could soon be prosecuted for failing to stop bullying.
A pastor's son, West grew up in Downers Grove, Ill. "The Story of Your Life" is his third major studio release.
An Episcopal church in Baltimore has become the latest to leave the denomination because of concerns about the ordination of homosexuals and women.
The storm has caused everything from blizzards to hurricane-force winds. There have been at least 24 tornadoes -- slamming the nation's midsection.
The diet may sound extreme, but Chris Voigt says he's trying to show the federal government how nutritious potatoes can be.
One Iowa pastor is calling on Christian leaders to shine a spotlight on "out of control" judges.
Meterologists are calling hurricane-like weather in the Midwest one of the worst storms to hit the region in decades.
Animals at the Detroit Zoo are enjoying a rare treat this fall. Zookeeper's are giving them l pumpkins filled with treats to eat and play with as part the zoo's "Smashing Pumpkins" event.
Advocates and opponents of gay marriage rallied in Iowa over the state Supreme Court's unanimous ruling last year legalizing same-sex matrimony.
Dogs are often used for drug detection in schools and airports. But now parents in Maryland can use them to monitor their teens at home by looking for drugs.
The move is part of the White House's plan to increase the number of green vehicles used by federal workers on the job.
A Michigan woman who posted an ad seeking a Christian roommate on her church bulletin board has been charged with violating the law.
Sugary, high-alcohol energy drinks that are popular with college students came under renewed scrutiny Monday.
Members name band after museum in Romania with hopes their music can be the evidence of what Christ has done a revolution in their hearts.
A powerful tornado wreaked havoc in the Texas town of Rice late Sunday. But from the debris, emerged several stories of God's grace.
The Afghan government has banned private security companies from working inside the war-torn country. This threatens to shut down or stall billions of dollars in development projects across the nation.
CBN News recently interviewed Randy Wallace, the director of the "Secretariat," via Skype. He talked about some of the unique challenges of directing a movie with a horse.
Some conservatives have called for a cut in NPR funding after officials fired Williams for a politically incorrect comment about Muslims.
Three California beaches were shut down Saturday after a deadly attack on a bodyboarder.
Deanna Favre says her faith is helping her deal with recent accusations of infidelity involving her husband, Minnesota Vikings quarterback Brett Favre.
Iowa voters will decide whether three state Supreme Court justices who ruled in favor of gay marriage should keep their jobs.
In 1969, Salvador Solis' wife died, leaving him to raise their 12 children alone. While many families would be torn apart by such a tragedy, the Solis family grew closer.
Once known as the "Pain Killer Capital" of the nation, Manchester, Ky., is now known as the "City of Hope."
On Election Day, Oklahoma voters will decide whether to ban Islamic Sharia law from their state courts.
The Islamic Community Center of Anchorage purchased the site for $600,000, Anchorage television station KTUU reported.
A 14-year-old from Newaygo, Mich., has been selected as one of only two athletes chosen to represent the U.S. in the world championships this year.
A California businessman who spent more than two years in an Iranian prison after returned home Thursday.
Lawmakers in 14 states are working on a bill to deny citizenship to the children of illegal immigrants.
The incident happened when Williams appeared on Fox News' "The O'Reilly Factor" and defended host Bill O'Reilly's claim that there's a "Muslim problem in the world."
A California appellate court has upheld the verdict in the case of four San Diego, Calif. firefighters who did not want to take part in a gay pride parade.
An Ohio man is facing attempted murder charges for pointing a handgun at his pregnant girlfriend and forcing her to drive to an abortion clinic.
A southeastern Tennessee public high school will no longer allow prayers to be said over its public address system before the start of its football games.
Many Christian leaders find themselves getting involved in politics and government, according to a recent survey.
A middle school in Colorado will now allow a student to wear a cross visibly around his neck. Also, an Alabama college student's religious objections to a class assignment were upheld.
A new Sesame Street video is teaching a powerful lesson to many young African American girls to embrace their hair as it is.
Despite the hardships of serving in the military, U.S. service men and women are choosing to reenlist in high numbers, particularly in the U.S. Army.
At least three gay soldiers trying to re-enlist after the Pentagon directed the military to accept openly gay recruits.
Security officials say a shooting at the Pentagon Tuesday morning was "a random event."
Tom Bosley, the patient, understanding father on television's long-running "Happy Days," has died. He was 83.
The state of California could find itself in a battle with the U.S Department of Justice if voters pass Proposition 19 next month.
A professor of English at Lincoln University in Pennsylvania called for Israel's destruction at a recent rally of in Washington, D.C. marking "Al Quds Day."
Four men who plotted to blow up synagogues in New York City were convicted Tuesday in federal court.
U.S. Attorney Jerry E. Martin of Nashville says Islam is a religion entitled to constitutional protection and to suggest otherwise "is quite simply ridiculous."
The Crystal Cathedral is just one among many mega churches that continue to suffer from the recession and reduced charitable giving.
Aerospace company giant Boeing notified 90,000 non-union employees that deductibles and co-payments will increase significantly.
With nothing more than her pigtails and red wagon, little Peighton Jones is collecting cans from her community for needy families in Topeka.
At least 10 applications have been sending personal information to dozens of advertising and Internet tracking companies.
A Jordanian man who intended to blow up a Dallas skyscraper will be sentenced Monday.
Twenty-nine witnesses testified last week at the hearing of Maj. Nidal Hasan, and more soldiers are expected on the stand Monday.
Barbara Billingsley, who portrayed of June Cleaver, the warm, supportive mother of a pair of precocious boys in "Leave it to Beaver," died Saturday. She was 94.
U.S. officials fear that al Qaeda's new magazine will reach a large audience of American jihadists through the Internet.
New restrictions on abortion go into effect in Nebraska on Friday. The new law bans abortions after 20 weeks of pregnancy and is based on the issue of fetal pain.
News Corp.'s Fox pulled its channels off Cablevision early Saturday after the companies' programming deal expired and negotiations for a new one stalled.
Since the hearings against Fort Hood shooting suspect Maj. Nidal Hasan began Tuesday, 29 witnesses have testified.
The Justice Department has asked for a stay on the injunction issued earlier this week that would end the military's "Don't Ask, Don't Tell" policy.
A young Afghan woman is teaching the world a thing or two about healing after she was left for dead in the mountains of her country.
The continuing debate over the proposed mosque to be built near New York City's Ground Zero site sparked some tense moments on ABC's "The View" Thursday.
For three years, Michelle Rhee has been the public face of education in D.C., serving as the top administrator and education crusader in the district's public schools.
Defense Secretary Robert Gates warns that ending the military's "Don't Ask, Don't Tell" policy could have "enormous consequences" for U.S. troops.
Jack and Jeanette Parten are celebrating their 69th wedding anniversary. Their love story began in a rather unusual setting: Huntsville Penitentiary.
The Supreme Court has rejected an appeal from two Colorado Christian high schools that wanted the University of California to grant college-prep credit for religious courses.
Religious opponents of same-sex marriage in Washington, D.C. have appealed the issue of gay marriage in the nation's capital city to the U.S. Supreme Court.
The fiancee and friends of an unarmed man killed in a 50-bullet police shooting on his wedding day said they wanted justice.
A conservative group is concerned that female Republican candidates running in 2010 are facing more media bias and sexism than women who ran in the past.
The Obama administration lifted the six-month ban on deepwater oil drilling in the Gulf of Mexico Tuesday, about a month-and-a-half before the ban was set to expire.
A federal judge issued a nationwide injunction Tuesday to stop enforcement of the military's ban on openly homosexual troops.
The administration has appealed U.S. District Judge Joseph Tauro's July ruling that would have prevented the government from banning same-sex marriages.
American Jews are losing confidence in President Obama's dealings with Israel, according to a new survey by the American Jewish Committee.
President Obama is pushing a $50 billion plan to upgrade the nation's infrastructure, which he hopes will stimulate the economy.
Tuesday marked the tenth anniversary of the bombing of the USS Cole while docked at a refueling station in Aden Harbor, Yemen.
Pop singer Miley Cyrus is drawing controversy from parents over her new music video "Who Owns My Heart."
The U.S. Supreme Court will hear a case about the side effects of certain vaccines when the court convenes on Tuesday.
Maj. Nidal Malik Hasan, the Army officer accused of killing 13 people and injuring 32 others in a terror attack at Fort Hood, faced the military court that will determine the fate of his trial, Tuesday.
Former Pennsylvania Republican Sen. Rick Santorum has accused the American Civil Liberties Union of trying to force religious hospitals to provide abortions.
Six missing boaters were found alive and well on their disabled boat Monday about 120 miles off the coast.
A fundraising event in an Orlando, Fla., mosque is adding fuel to the fiery debate surrounding Islamic construction projects around the U.S.
An Oklahoma City woman chased off a would-be robber using just her Bible.
Cambridge School Committee member Marc McGovern, who advocated the policy, said it's important to avoid stereotyping Muslims as terrorists.
The Grammy-winning singer died Friday at age 81 of respiratory failure at RML Specialty Hospital in Chicago, said her granddaughter, Tina Nance.
Dinesh D'Souza claims the president's deep personal history and the desire to live by his father's ideals make him a stranger to America's Judeo-Christian principles.
Christian recording artist Bebo Norman recently released a new album titled "Ocean." The album also explores the vastness of God's love.
"Secretariat," the inspiring story from Walt Disney about the racehorse who became the first Triple Crown Champion in 25 years, debuts in theaters this weekend.
Southern Baptist Seminary President Albert Mohler says yoga is not a Christian practice and he's asking Christians to avoid it.
Operation Blessing International, is raising money for crab fishermen in Louisiana who have been hit hard financially by the oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico.
Four San Diego firefighters return to court Friday to defend their right to abstain from participating in the city's annual Gay Pride Parade.
A federal judge ruled Thursday that the federal government has the authority to force all Americans to buy health insurance.
Philadelphia Phillies pitcher Roy Halladay is now the second pitcher to throw a no-hitter game in the postseason.
A rural North Carolina couple is living large after selling their home to Apple Computer Inc.
President Obama honored an Army Green Beret killed in Afghanistan with the nation's highest honor on Wednesday -- the eve of the war's ninth anniversary.
Residents of northern Arizona are cleaning up after four tornadoes hit the area on Wednesday, destroying many homes and forcing dozens to evacuate.
CBN News found an incredible phenomenon about to occur in a region near Cashiers, N.C. It's where the shadow of a giant shadow of a bear appears every fall.
The Irish Christian recording artists known as the Rend Collective Experiment have released a new album titled "Organic Family Hymnal."
The malfunction left authorities in 49 states blind to the movements of more than 16,000 offenders for 11 hours on Tuesday.
Americans have four basic views of God, according to a new survey by professors at Baylor University in Waco, Texas.
The Obama administration blocked efforts by government scientists to tell the public just how bad the Gulf oil spill could become.
Protestors gathered in Washington, D.C., as the Supreme Court took up a controversial case involving a religious group's offensive demonstration outside the funeral of a U.S. soldier killed in Iraq.
The Department of Transportation has revised the government's Five-Star Safety Rating System, making it more difficult for new cars and trucks to earn top scores.
While the threat targets cities overseas, officials in the U.S. are urging Americans to pay closer attention and be on the look out for suspicious activity.
The new CD was inspired by an old Irish proverb. Jars of Clay keyboardist Charlie Lowell talked with CBN News about the new project and more.
Spam may be one of the most ridiculed foods in the U.S. That didn't bother a group of cooks, who gathered from around the country to whip up their best dishes using the meat.
Faisal Shahzad smirked as U.S. District Judge Miriam Goldman imposed the life sentence, saying "I'm happy with the deal that God has given me."
An alert driver spotted the suspect's vehicle and blocked it, allowing the 8-year-old victim to escape.
A watchdog group has called for the Internal Revenue Service to investigate an Oklahoma church pastor for political comments he allegedly made from the pulpit.
Closing arguments are underway in the trial of four men accused of plotting to blow up synagogues in new york city.
Faisal Shahzad, the man who tried to set off a car bomb in New York City's Times Square was sentenced to life in prison Tuesday.
Boy Scouts from across the country gathered for a "Star-Spangled Banner Camporee" in celebration of the group's 100th anniversary this past weekend.
Hundreds of students gathered with candles in a silent hour-long vigil at Rutgers University Sunday night to remember fellow student Tyler Clementi.
A shooting on Sunday at Mid Atlantic Christian University, formerly Roanoke Bible College, located in Elizabeth City, N.C. has left one student dead.
Mobile, Ala., has witnessed documented healings taking place in its convention center. For one well-known pastor, the revival is an exciting re-run.
Bishop Eddie Long said Sunday that he won't be pulled into a street fight over allegations of sexual abuse and he vowed that his faith has been strengthened.
During the new term, the court will look at provocative anti-gay protests at military funerals and a California law banning the sale of violent video games to children.
The next round of hearings on the cause of April's deadly rig explosion in the Gulf of Mexico and the subsequent oil spill are scheduled to begin Monday near New Orleans.
The threats were revealed Sunday on ABC's "This Week" by Imam Feisal Abdul Rauf's wife, Daisy Khan, during a discussion on 'Islam in America.'
Verizon Wireless could pay out up to $90 million in refunds to cell phone customers who were improperly charged.
Focus on the Family movie critic Bob Waliszewski suggested families may want to watch a new movie airing on the Gospel Music channel called "The Way Home."
Another man who filed a lawsuit claiming sexual abuse by Bishop Eddie Long has spoken out, saying he prays for the megachurch pastor because he "knows the truth."
Justice Elena Kagan officially joined the eight other justices on the U.S. Supreme Court, Friday.
A California hiker found alive after six days without food or water survived by staying still and writing notes to his family on his hat.
American flags have been disappearing from an Ohio neighborhood, but residents didn't want the thieves arrested. That's because the culprits are squirrels.
Residents along the East Coast will spend the weekend cleaning up after record rainfall this week.
A federal court in Madison, Wis., has dismissed a lawsuit challenging the engravings of national motto, "In God We Trust," and the Pledge of Allegiance at the Capitol Visitors Center in Washington, D.C.
A Manhattan jury convicted Raphael Golb of harrassing his father's detractors on line over the origins of the Dead Sea Scrolls.