October 2011 Headlines
The Trans-Alaska Pipeline System has the potential to supply enough oil to reduce the dependence on foreign sources. Regulations, however, stand in the way.
An alarming number of young people are being bullied online and such mental intimidation has pushed some of these kids to commit suicide.
A state treasury mix-up resulted in quite a surprise for one church in Neenah, Wis.
Winter may still be seven weeks away, but the East Coast is already cleaning up from a deadly snow storm that left more than 3 million people without power.
Recent successes have made the U.S. optimistic on the war on terror. Al Qaeda may be weakening, but jihad against the U.S. is strengthening - at home and abroad.
As a prequel to popular movie "Shrek," the film follows the adventures of the swashbuckling feline, Puss in Boots, prior to meeting the green Ogre and his friends.
Christmas has come early to Regent University with a new mural on display by artist Keith Goodson depicting the birth of Christ.
Tebowing is defined as, 'To get down on a knee and start praying, even if everyone else around you is doing something completely different.'
From the feminist movement of the 1960s to current gender debates, author William Bennett says boys are left with a confusing choice of masculinity.
The amendment would change the state's constitution to say a person's life begins at conception -- making abortion and some forms of birth control murder.
Several active and retired gay military service members are suing the federal government to receive the same marriage benefits as straight couples.
A North Carolina county is asking the Supreme Court to overturn a ruling that bans prayer in Jesus name from its board members.
A new government report that the U.S. economy grew modestly over the summer sparked a rally on Wall Street and eased concerns of a double-dip recession.
Two abortion clinic workers pleaded guilty to third-degree murder in deaths at a West Philadelphia clinic where babies were allegedly killed with scissors.
The film "Sex and Money," produced by a group of young Christian filmmakers, shows just how serious a problem sex trafficking is inside the U.S.
Occupy Wall Street protests have been popping up in cities across the country for weeks, with several leading to violent clashes with local police.
Chapman University will soon own the 40-acre Garden Grove, Calif., property belonging to Crystal Cathedral Ministries.
Megachurch pastor Joel Osteen said he believes Mormon's are Christians, even though other denominations may disagree with some aspects of the faith.
Producers of the film '58' hope to end the world's worst poverty by the year 2035 -- with the help of the church.
The youth Bible club "Owasso Kids for Christ" has filed suit in Oklahoma, claiming a local school district violated the group's constitutional rights.
Bishop William Lori told lawmakers that Catholic hospitals and charities have lost government contracts for not offering abortion, contraception and gay adoption.
Several months after gay marriage became legal in New York, a battle is shaping up in the tiny town of Ledyard over gay marriage and religious freedom.
New Hampshire lawmakers have voted in favor of repealing the state's gay marriage law and replacing it with civil unions.
The flash mob craze has taken a dangerous turn, with a recent nationwide trend of violent "flash robs." Many say the issue runs deeper than just mob mentality.
A criminal case involving a Kansas Planned Parenthood clinic has been delayed after evidence crucial to the trial was reported destroyed.
The law would have required doctors to give a woman an ultrasound before performing an abortion.
Police in Oakland, Calif., and Atlanta clashed with Occupy Wall Street protesters on Tuesday.
Army 1st Lt. Ashley White was the first casualty in what the Army says is a new and vital wartime attempt to gain the trust of Afghan women.
The short pro-life documentary "180" is gaining national attention with its message that compares abortion to Hitler and the Holocaust.
Police in Arizona are on the hunt for two men suspected of stealing a statue of Jesus from a Phoenix church.
Each year hundreds of outdoorsmen get injured and need to be rescued. For many, salvation comes from an elite unit of Air Force rescuers known as PJs.
The last of the nation's most powerful nuclear bombs is being disassembled, nearly half a century after it was put into service.
When she saw what happened to her mother, Lia picked up the cell phone and dialed her grandmother's number -- a skill she had never been taught.
A freelance public radio host has lost her job the documentary program "Soundprint" because of her involvement with the Occupy Wall Street movement.
Ohio Lawmakers are considering a bill that would ban abortion once a heartbeat is detected. The bill is even creating division among pro-lifers.
A Wisconsin church decided to give away free gasoline over the weekend in an attempt to help those struggling with the tough economy.
Civil Rights' activist Rev. Fred Shuttlesworth was scheduled to be laid to rest Monday.
Federal authorities are cracking down on marijuana shops across California.
The California ministry infamous for its failed apocalyptic predictions says the world will end Friday.
A New Jersey high school teacher is under investigation for posting anti-gay comments on the social networking site Facebook.
After months of litigation, the Department of Veterans Affairs will cease banning prayer and the mention of God and Jesus at national cemeteries.
Ten members of New Birth Missionary Baptist Church say Long showed negligence and conspired to mislead them with a financial scheme.
Police in Ohio said Thursday the 56 exotic animals released from a wild-animal preserve have now been accounted for.
A judge in Oklahoma has temporarily blocked a new law aimed at reducing the number of abortions in the state.
California is poised to fight air pollution with its controversial "cap and trade" plan designed to provide a financial incentive for polluters to reduce greenhouse gas emissions.
A Central Point, Ore., family has learned the hard way just how easily Internet pictures can be stolen and posted on pedophile websites.
The fastest growing segment of the U.S. evangelical church is in the immigrant community. And they're closely listening to talks on immigration reform.
American Coptics are demanding an investigation into violence last year that left 27 Christians in Egypt dead.
The FBI is investigating whether a Texas courthouse break-in by five foreign nationals was a prank or possible act of terror.
One Texas family recently learned it's never too late for God to change a heart.
Several lions, tigers and bears remain loose in a small Ohio town, after escaping from a wild animal preserve Tuesday.
The Catholic League of America says actress Susan Sarandon should apologize for calling Pope Benedict "a Nazi."
A Detroit father is accused of forcing his nine-year-old daughter to drive his van because he was drunk.
The Christian film "Courageous" finished in the box office top ten for the second week in row.
The 9th Circuit Court of Appeals has decided not re-hear the case of a memorial cross located in a public park in San Diego, Calif., that was deemed unconstitutional.
Concern is growing that the "Occupy Wall Street" protests spreading across the United States will soon escalate to violence.
Would you rather hire a young teenage baby sitter or a grandma? Many parents would opt for the grandma, a choice on which Todd Pliss has sought to capitalize.
Thousands of people gathered in Washington Sunday to dedicate the new memorial to the fallen civil rights hero Martin Luther King, Jr.
Race car drivers always know the worst can happen whenever they get behind the wheel.
Pro-life groups did something this week never done on Capitol Hill before: They let the unborn speak for themselves.
Gwen Wilkerson is walking on her own and recovering well at an assisted living facility, nearly six months after the crash that killed her husband David Wilkerson.
Thirty years after Kevin Bacon stole the hearts of movie audiences as a dancing teen rebel, actor Kenny Womald takes on the daunting task of trying to fill his shoes.
The trial centered on a plot to carry out terrorist attacks on a U.S. Marine Corps base in Quantico, Va., and overseas targets.
One Idaho couple's property rights battle with the government has reached the U.S. Supreme Court.
The planned clean up of the park in lower Manhattan where Wall Street protesters have been camping for a month was postponed early Friday.
Albert Mohler, president of the Southern Baptist Theological Seminary, says Christians can learn from the life Jobs lived when it comes to creativity and eternity.
The pro-choice group CREDO Action is circulating a petition to stop a congressional investigation of Planned Parenthood.
The parent of a Minden, La., fifth grader claims the elementary school her son attends went too far in its efforts to discipline him.
Paul Crouch, Jr. has announced his resignation from the TBN, the well-known Christian television ministry his parents Paul and Jan Crouch founded 38 years ago.
An FBI anti-trafficking task force now operates in 39 communities across the U.S. But problems in the system abound, making justice difficult to obtain.
California voters may not get the chance to decide whether public schools should be required to teach homosexual history curriculum.
A year and a half has passed since the British Petroleum oil spill devastated the U.S. Gulf Coast and BP's clean up efforts are continuing.
The Nigerian man known as the "underwear bomber" pleaded guilty Wednesday to trying to blow up a Detroit-bound plane in 2009.
The Muslim Brotherhood is becoming mainstream. One terror expert told CBN News that the terror group has even infiltrated the halls of power in Washington, D.C.
A new marijuana-themed candy is drawing concern over the possibility of increased drug use among young people.
The producer of the pro-life movie "Bella" is now throwing his weight behind a movement to promote films Christians and other pro-family types can fully embrace.
Anti-Wall Street protestors are digging in despite more arrests, while some politicians say they're protesting against the wrong people.
Tims' mother Madeline sought a court order Friday to keep her son's autopsy results from the public.
The White House has awarded nearly $119.4 million to organizations that help promote fatherhood and marriages, Health and Human Services announced Monday.
The Christian film titled "Courageous" is still going strong at the box office.
The year is 2020 and the world of boxing has gone high tech, shunning flesh-and-blood prize fighters for the robot variety.
The firing of a teacher accused of preaching his Christian beliefs in his classroom and keeping a Bible on his desk has been upheld by an Ohio court.
Thousands of people held vigils outside Apple stores across the globe, remembering a man whose vision and brilliance shaped technology and the world.
Since Heartbeat International started its "Babies Go to Congress" campaign, the group of moms and pregnancy center workers have met with dozens of lawmakers.
Seattle's city council voted unanimously to allow religious organizations to host the tents without requiring a city permit.
Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia says the quality of federal judges is suffering, because their are simply too many of them.
Two groups representing 2,000 Protestant and Catholic military chaplains have refused to perform homosexual marriages because they say it violates their beliefs.
The Rev. Fred L. Shuttlesworth died this week at age 89, lauded for his fearlessness in the fight for racial equality.
The U.S. Supreme Court is considering a key religious rights case questioning whether those who work for religious organizations can sue for job discrimination.
Apple Inc. said the company's co-founder Steve Jobs died Wednesday. He was 56.
The Transportation Security Agency is testing a new program it hopes will get airline passengers through security lines faster.
A new poll released Wednesday reveals one in three of all post 9/11 U.S. military veterans think the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan were not worth fighting.
There will be no same-sex marriages performed at West Point's Catholic chapel, according to the Catholic Archdiocese for the Military Services, USA.
They're concerned the attorney general may have lied to Congress he testified he'd only recently learned of the controversial "Fast and Furious" gun trafficking operation.
A man who spent 17 years behind bars won his freedom Tuesday evening just days after a judge overturned his murder conviction.
NBC's controversial new show 'The Playboy Club' is being cancelled less than a month into the fall TV season.
Two Somali men will spend the rest of their lives in prison for hijacking a yacht off the coast of Africa and killing the four Americans on board.
The Fremont, Neb., school district has banned its students from wearing necklaces that look like rosaries after police told school officials such necklaces were also being worn by gang members.
Nigerian native Umar Farouk Abdulmutallab is charged with trying to blow up Northwest Airlines Flight 253 on Christmas Day in 2009.
Pentagon officials say military chaplains can participate in private homosexual marriage ceremonies, whether on or off military installations.
The Supreme Court is expected to look at a number of key cases covering issues like health care, church authority, privacy rights and immigration.
The Christian Broadcasting Network celebrated its 50th anniversary over the weekend. Watch some highlights.
The police drama stressing the importance of fatherhood took fifth place, grossing $8.8 million despite its limited release.
As many as 500 churches across the country took part in "Pulpit Freedom Sunday" Oct. 2, by speaking freely about political candidates from the pulpit.
The number of demonstrators continues to grow as an anti-Wall Street campaign enters its third week.
The high court is beginning its new term Monday, with President Barack Obama's health care overhaul squarely in its sights.