September 2011 Headlines
CBN News recently spoke with one former Muslim who is looking to change the West's misperceptions of Islam by revealing the politically incorrect truth about the Koran.
The Nashville school has put four groups on provisional status because their bylaws include requirements like Bible study and worship.
Despite the reasoning behind saying "bless you," Steven Cuckovich says it's a disruption, banning the phrase from his health class.
Several months after rocking the Christian community with his controversial views on hell, author/pastor Rob Bell is embarking on a new spiritual "calling."
"Courageous," a new major motion picture from the Sherwood Baptist Church, opened in theaters across the country Friday.
A 67-year-old man has been found alive six days after his car went over a steep cliff on a California mountain road.
Sometimes people with disabilities are held back in life. But that's not the case for Texas high school student Abby McAlpin.
The toxicology results for Florida pastor Zachery Tims will not be released on Friday as previously reported.
A federal judge in Alabama has blocked parts of the state's new immigration law.
Members of China's government-sanctioned protestant churches are holding Bible exhibitions in the U.S. this week.
School children do have First Amendment rights, but school principals can't be held responsible for violating them, an appeals court in New Orleans has ruled.
The Susan B. Anthony List says the congressional probe of Planned Parenthood is a "critical first step" in exposing and holding the abortion provider accountable.
President Obama's health care law is headed to the U.S. Supreme Court just as the 2012 election season heats up.
Authorities have arrested a Boston man for plotting to attack the Pentagon and U.S. Capitol with large remote-controlled planes filled with C-4 plastic explosives.
How can U.S. consumers help if so many of the nation's products are made overseas? ABC News tackles this issue with its 'Made in America' series.
At Atlantic Shores High School in Virginia Beach, students arrived an hour before the school bell sounded to take part in the the annual See You at the Pole event.
The former head of a now defunct Islamic charity will serve 33 months in prison for smuggling money to Saudi Arabia.
The cost of employer-sponsored health insurance surged this year, snapping a trend toward moderate growth.
The American Civil Liberties Union is suing the Pittsylvania County Board of Supervisors in Virginia for praying before the start of their meetings.
The popular travel website Expedia says the price of plane tickets are expected to be about 4 percent higher this year.
The workers will be rappelling down the sides of the Washington Monument Tuesday to check for cracks and other damage.
An Illinois judge stood by his decision Monday to cancel adoption and foster care contracts with Catholic Charities.
The lawsuit against President Obama's healthcare law could be headed for the U.S. Supreme Court after the administration decided not to ask a federal appeals court to review its recent ruling.
Singer and songwriter Jessy Dixon, a regular fixture in gospel giant Bill Gaither's popular Homecoming series, has died. He was 73.
For years, the Fromms have held Bible study in their large California home, drawing up to 50 people. But city officials have ordered those meetings to stop.
An emotional homecoming was held Sunday for a war hero who lost three of his limbs in Afghanistan.
A new program called "Operation Restore Our Community" allows misdemeanor offenders to work off their sentences in prison or by going to church.
The U.S. Postal Service announced Monday that it had dropped the rule that only dead people can appear on postage stamps and are asking the public who should be the first living person to be so honored.
A 14-year-old high school student in Fort Worth, Texas, was suspended from classes for three days for opposing homosexuality.
The two American hikers recently freed from an Iranian prison spoke about their two-year ordeal at a Manhattan press conference, just hours after their plane landed at Kennedy International Airport.
The film tells the story of how a group of medical experts and the unwavering devotion of a young boy bring about a miracle in the life one young dolphin.
Police arrested about 80 demonstrators who marched through lower Manhattan on Saturday.
With unemployment hovering around nine percent, and jobs hard to find, jobseekers have been forced to re-invent themselves. But exactly how does one do that?
Most Christians know that prayer is powerful -- but can it change the headlines and world events?
Rev. Billy Graham will turn 93 in November. And although the popular evangelist has a few health issues, they haven't stopped him from spreading the gospel.
Dois Rosser made his fortune in the car business. However, as he approached his retirement, he traded his earthly fortune to see the gospel go into all the nations of the world.
Rob Bell has resigned from the church he and his wife founded 12 years ago to pursue other opportunities.
The U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs agreed to settle a religious discrimination lawsuit.
Two years ago Kari Roberts weighed 320 pounds. She knew she needed to lose weight, but had lacked the incentive -- until her brother was diagnosed with kidney disease.
A Nebraska man is using his disability to inspire others and at the same time, attempting to put himself into the record books.
A Northern Alabama school superintendent will no longer allow pregame prayers before high school football games.
For 20 years, death row inmate Troy Davis maintained that he's an innocent man. Yet, just after 11 p.m. Wednesday, he was executed by lethal injection.
The Lower Colorado River Authority may cut off the water flow to a river that hundreds of South Texas farmers use as their primary source of water.
SBC President Bryant Wright says a new name would help the denomination grow outside of the South and Southwest.
For almost every black child born in the United States, another is aborted. Some are calling that alarming statistic "genocide" within the African-American community.
One Arizona woman is showing the world that it's never too late to go for your dreams.
A religious discrimination lawsuit against a Christian homeless shelter in Boise, Idaho, has been thrown out by the 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals.
Not everyone at the Pentagon is onboard with the change -- especially military chaplains who fear they won't be able to voice their religious beliefs.
A man shot and killed his wife in their home before opening fire at the Greater Faith Christian Church in Lakeland, Fla., this weekend, wounding both pastors.
A survivor of Friday's deadly crash at the Reno, Nev., air show says he's blessed to be alive.
Irene is gone, but those living on North Carolina's Outer Banks are far from recovery. Residents who were born and raised on Hatteras Island say Irene was historic.
One website is taking the phrase 'I surrender all' to heart, encouraging believers from all walks of life to put Christ first in their lives.
A new study released Thursday revealed that Christians are one of the few groups being censored online.
Federal law requires public schools to observe Sept. 17. However, a group known as Wallbuilders says studies show most schools ignore the law.
Sarah Jessica Parker stars in a new romantic comedy, but is it family friendly?
Brandon Wright's dramatic rescue was caught on video Tuesday and has been seen around the world on television and on the Internet.
The U.S. Army has turned over management of historic Fort Monroe to the commonwealth of Virginia.
The governor of Arizona has asked for a lawsuit that challenged the state's annual day of prayer be dismissed.
President Obama awarded the Medal of Honor to a U.S. Marine in a White House ceremony Thursday for saving the lives of three dozen of his comrades.
A camera set up by several Utah State University students for a project captured video of an amazing rescue that's now been seen around the world.
U.S. Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg had to slide down an emergency chute in order to evacuate a commercial airliner on Wednesday.
columnist Marybeth Hicks warns political correctness and pop culture are misleading America's kids.
With the Bastrop County fire almost 70 percent contained, some residents are returning to their homes for the first time in nearly a week.
A birthday is a special time for most kids. But what if their parents can't afford to throw a party or bake a cake? One Washington state woman came up with the perfect solution.
Texas officials say there appears to be no end in sight for the worst drought in the state's history.
A federal appeals court is considering whether Oklahoma's ban on Sharia law can stand.
The American Civil Liberties Union is suing the Giles County, Va. School Board for posting the Ten Commandments as part of a history display.
A federal Pennsylvania judge ruled the new health care law's mandate that individuals buy health insurance is unconstitutional.
Watch powerful testimonies of survivors, video remembrances from CBN News, and other resources to honor this tragic day.
The Google map tool known as the Google Street View is used to capture images of streets around the world. Recently, attention has been called to images of a nude woman seen on the application.
One Indiana soldier got more than a warm welcome when she returned home. She got a marriage proposal.
North Carolina voters are one step closer to deciding whether a ban on same-sex marriage should be added to their state constitution.
Focus on the Family founder Dr. James Dobson is in stable condition after suffering several broken bones from a horseback-riding accident over the weekend.
Several days after the end of the California legislative session, the pro-famliy group Save California says there are several bills they hope voters can convince the governor not to sign.
The parents of a NYC firefighter killed on 9/11 find peace at a monument to victims located in Palm Beach Gardens, Fla.
The U.S. Supreme Court will be weighing on how far the government can go in using technology to track its citizens.
The book, titled The Final Hour is the last book in his "Homelanders Series" in which a Christian teen named Charlie West battles Islamo-fascists.
The past weekend was filled with honor for 9/11 victims across the U.S. -- and some jitters as well.
The names of the Sept. 11 dead, some recited by children barely old enough to remember their fallen mothers and fathers, echoed across ground zero Sunday.
The Bastrop wildfire burning near Austin, Texas, has become the most destructive fire in the state's history.
The attacks of 9/11 may have changed the skyline of the Big Apple, but it also transformed the people of the city in another way.
Christian author Dr. Jim Denison says there are key spiritual insights Americans can reflect on during the 10th anniversary of 9/11.
A new movie "Warrior" tells a story of redemption and family. But while it has a positive message, some say its violence detracts from the family values.
Jean and Dan Potter live a quiet life in Pennsylvania. It's a stark contrast to 10 years ago living in a Manhattan apartment just a few blocks from the World Trade Center.
Just days before the 10th anniversary of the 9/11 attacks, the nation is on high alert after officials issued a terror warning involving a possible plot by al Qaeda.
Like New York, many residents of Washington, D.C. believe the tragic events of 9/11 made them stronger.
Tens of thousands of people forced from their homes in Pennsylvania were allowed to return as the Susquehanna River receded from some of the highest floodwaters ever seen.
Former FBI special agent John Guandolo is known by many for his insight on the Muslim Brotherhood and al Qaeda.
In honor of the 10th anniversary of 9/11, thousands are expected to gather to pray in New York City and across the nation this weekend.
One of the 9/11 images ingrained in the minds of many is the photo of 2-year-old Patricia Smith accepting the NYPD's Medal of Honor on behalf of her mother.
Days of rainfall in the Northeast have triggered widespread flooding, forcing nearly 100,000 residents to evacuate and leaving at least 11 people dead.
Newly released audio tapes from the morning of Sept. 11, 2001 vividly reveal what happened when al Qaeda terrorists hijacked four commercial aircraft in flight over the U.S.
The ever-wet situation has Northeast residents from Maryland to New England praying for relief.
A federal appeals court in Virginia dismissed two lawsuits challenging President Barack Obama's healthcare law Thursday.
At Seattle Children's Hospital, patients often read the book "Where's Waldo." Now, a group of local construction workers have brought Waldo to life.
The new archbishop of Philadelphia is a Native American who has earned a reputation as one of the church's most outspoken conservatives.
In an effort to help give 9/11 families a voice, Rep. Allen West, R-Fla., hosted a screening Wednesday of a new film titled "Sacrificed Survivors."
Fire crews have started to gain control of a wind-stoked wildfire that has raged unchecked across parched central Texas for days, destroying more than 800 homes.
Washington's National Cathedral 9/11 service will include a Hindu priest, a Buddhist nun, and a Muslim imam. But it does not include a evangelical representative.
Last month, Dale Ostrander made national headlines when he was miraculously recovered after being dragged underwater by a strong riptide.
Lawmakers in Colorado are reviving a prayer caucus in an effort to "uphold Judeo-Christian principles."
The issue of whether clergy should help mark the 10th anniversary of the 9/11 terror attacks has pitted New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg against faith groups.
California Supreme Court justices grilled attorneys Tuesday on whether Prop 8 sponsors have legal standing to appeal the judge's ruling.
A third National Guard member has died in Tuesday's Nevada IHOP shooting spree, bringing the number of casualties to five.
Conservative Christians in California want to change a new state law requiring public schools to teach gay rights history to children.
High winds and the state's longest drought continue to fuel wildfires all over Texas. The fires have already taken the lives of at least two people.
The remnants of Tropical Storm Lee spawned tornados in Georgia and Alabama.
The national landmark has been closed for repairs since last week's Mineral, Va., earthquake shook the East Coast.
The FBI and the Department of Homeland Security have issued a nationwide warning about al Qaeda threats against small planes.
Tropical Storm Lee has been downgraded to a tropical depression. But the storm still poses a flooding threat as it makes its way toward the Southeast.
A new faith-based movie, "Seven Days in Utopia," debuted in select theaters across the U.S. Friday.
The new cast of ABC's "Dancing With The Stars" has many questioning if the show will still be family friendly.
Volunteer teams with Operation Blessing International help a small community recover from the affects of Hurricane Irene.
Roger Clemens will return to court Friday to find out if he'll have to face a second trial on charges he lied to Congress about using performance enhancing drugs.
The game of football takes athleticism, but it also takes a whole lot of heart as one Texas high school senior has proven.
Still in the dark almost a week after Hurricane Irene, residents are complaining to their utility companies and to their politicians.
FEMA, whose disaster relief track record is spotty at best, rarely conjures up warm images in the eyes of the American public. Now the agency seeking to change that.
Travelers put their lives in the hands of pilots every time they board a plane. Now the FAA says airline pilots may be forgetting how to manually fly.
A U.C. Berkeley law professor whom many conservatives considered too liberal to be a federal judge is now a member of the California Supreme Court.
Thousands of people from all over the world are expected to gather in Waco, Texas for this year's annual World Mandate Missions Conference.
The American Automobile Association says travel on America's highways and skyways will be down this Labor Day weekend due to economic factors.
Volunteer teams with Operation Blessing International are in the Outer Banks of North Carolina visiting some of the areas hardest hit by Hurricane Irene.
The American Civil Liberties Union is suing a Missouri school district for refusing to lift its Internet sexuality filter.
A devastating wildfire that burned more than three dozen cliff-top homes in North Texas may soon be contained.
President Barack Obama will travel to New Jersey on Sunday to survey the damage from Hurricane Irene.
A federal judge in Texas has ruled against a key provision of the state's new sonogram law.
As the tenth anniversary of 9/11 approaches, security is intensifying at airports, train stations, nuclear plants and major sporting arenas.