December 2010 Headlines
The nativity scene is viewed by many Christians as the model of Christ's birth, but is it truly an accurate depiction?
The red and white striped candy cane is one of the most popular symbols of the Christmas season.
Despite having boundless opportunities, 8-year-old Rhema Marvanne is focused on what she wants to do -- bring others to God through her music.
CBN News offered in-depth coverage on this year's most important stories to you, with the unique perspective our viewers have come to expect from our veteran news team.
Author Chad Gibbs is a Christian and an Auburn Tigers fan. He says he noticed he had a hard time worshipping God on Sunday if the Tigers didn't win on Saturday.
An atheist group is upset with a Florida sheriff's attempt to get tough with local inmates.
An Alabama megachurch has attracted national attention for what it's calling "The Radical Experiment," by stirring up their city and meeting the needs of its people.
Denver Bronco's quarterback Tim Tebow has always used football as a platform for ministry, and Sunday's game against the Houston Texans was no different.
New Year's resolutions could be slim in the United States for 2011.
The winter weather isn't letting up for much of the country as several states across the nation usher in the new year with snow, ice, and rain.
With an attempted terrorist attack in May, thousands of police will be deployed tonight to watch over the millions of people ringing in the New Year in Time Square.
Southern California residents are recovering Thursday from massive mudslides caused by a second round of heavy rains and snow.
An atheist group in Washington, D.C., is protesting that atheists aren't being invited to take part in a prayer service.
Keith Goodson is the artist behind a massive 12 by 36 foot oil painting inside the Champions Church sanctuary in Winter Haven, Fla.
Legendary Billy Graham crusade soloist George Beverly Shea has been selected to receive a Lifetime Achievement Grammy Award.
From airports to neighborhoods, the blizzard is the gift that just keeps giving misery.
American Airlines pilot Chris Liu said he didn't think the airport security video he posted on YouTube would get much notice. Too his astonishment, it went viral.
This winter's freezing temperatures have damaged several citrus crops in Florida.
State inspectors have been dispatched to Maine's Sugarloaf ski resort to investigate the accident that injured nine skiers.
An Arizona family celebrated a very special Christmas when their wounded son came home for the holidays.
The developers of Kentucky's Creation Museum have another biblical entertainment venture in mind.
American companies are increasingly reaching out to Muslim consumers who are seen as an untapped market for U.S. businesses.
A scientist who applied for a job at the University of Kentucky claims he didn't get the job because he's a Christian.
AT&T has produced a new hard-hitting documentary, "The Last Text," about ways its products are misused that are every bit as deadly.
The massive snow storm has also taken a toll on many American travelers in the form of lost days and much frustration.
Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano announced Sunday that the airport full-body scanners and invasive pat-downs won't be going away any time soon.
Christmas travelers across the U.S. were left stranded Monday as a fierce winter storm grounded planes and halts trains.
Workers up and down the East Coast are tugging on their boots and lugging out their snow shovels as a treacherous winter storm crawls up the coast.
The border with Canada runs more than 5,000 miles. Although it is much longer, there are fewer people doing the job of protecting our northern frontier.
Leaving for college can be a scary time for young students, especially for Christians attending a secular school. But the InterVarsity Christian Fellowship seeks to make a difference.
A border agent's family contends if the U.S. government were doing all it could to control the border, he wouldn't have been killed.
New York Times best-selling author Donna VanLiere's new book has been released by St. Martin's Press. It's titled The Christmas Journey.
What began as a surprise holiday greeting at a mall in Niagara Falls is now a YouTube sensation.
The Transportation Safety Administration is trying to revamp its image over the Christmas holidays.
Some have called it a storm of biblical proportions. But, the rain that deluged Southern California for the past seven days has started to clear out.
This winter's harsh weather and record-setting snow have many asking, what happened to global warming?
The Diocese of Phoenix has stripped St. Joseph's Hospital of its affiliation with the Catholic Church.
An atheist group which opposes a Nativity scene in the state rotunda in Jackson, Miss., is striking back.
Prison Fellowship's Angel Tree program is working to the last minute to make sure children of U.S. incarcerated prisoners have a chance at a Merry Christmas.
U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder said much of the terror threat within the U.S. this holiday season is coming from its citizens.
Several western states have been pounded by heavy rain for the last six days and forecasters have warned that the most intense in a series of storms is on the way.
Commuters in the nation's capital will now face random bag inspections when using Washington, D.C.'s Metro transit system.
The latest politically incorrect statement about Christmas this year comes from National Public Radio legal correspondent Nina Totenberg.
Religious differences often lead to war, terror attacks, and persecution, but Americans seem to be remarkably tolerant of each others' religions.
During the Christmas season, many neighborhoods become wonderlands with many arrays of Christmas lights and decorations displayed on houses.
Tuesday marks the first day of winter and in some places across the U.S., it roared in with a vengeance.
The Federal Communications Commission may pass new rules that critics claim could drastically change the way Americans use the Internet.
It's a rare event that brings out 92-year-old evangelist Billy Graham these days. However, a visit by former President George W. Bush on Monday was just such an occasion.
Southern California may see a wet Christmas this year. A storm has already dumped more than 7 inches of rain in the region. And there is no real end in sight.
Federal and state emergency planners have been studying what a really big quake would do to their ability to respond. The two-year study has painted a frightening scenario.
Only 45 percent of U.S. teens have spent their childhood with both parents legally married to one another, according to a recent report.
Not only was Army Spc. Donny Price reunited with his wife, but he also came home to a new house - a plan that almost didn't happen.
A dangerous winter storm moving up the East Coast delivered a potent mix of sleet and snow.
Just Born Industries, a candy company, hosted its annual convention in a very unconventional place.
Twenty states challenging President Obama's new healthcare law told a U.S. District Court that it will expand the government's powers in dangerous and unintended ways.
The move came several weeks after atheist ads declaring "Millions of Americans are Good Without God" were posted on four city buses.
The Parents Television Council says networks are continuing to push boundaries, showing sexual material -- with many of the plots involving young girls.
Two men in East Texas have said they were responsible for a series of church fires earlier this year.
Relentless winter weather continued to grip much of the nation Thursday, with no signs of it letting go anytime soon.
A U.S. border patrol agent was killed Tuesday night during a shootout between agents and bandits.
A group of Christians marched on Capital Hill Tuesday, calling on the Senate to pass the controversial DREAM Act.
A group of underprivileged children in Texas received an early Christmas surprise with the help of some of the players from the NFL's Houston Texans.
The Alliance Defense Fund, a Christian legal group, encouraged public school officials in Tennessee to continue recognizing Christmas despite recent threats from the American Civil Liberties Union.
Entire families camped out Saturday night in California in order to participate in the 29th annual "Miracle on 1st Street" at the Hollenbeck Youth Center in Los Angeles.
The Florida schools superintendent, who calmly confronted a gunman during a board meeting, claimed God protected him when the suspect opened fire.
Pianist and composer Stanton Lanier is using his music to help cancer patients through his "Get Music, Give Hope" initiative.
A majority of Americans think it's too difficult to fire bad teachers, according to a new poll by The Associated Press and Stanford University.
A judge in Alaska has refused to block an abortion notification law requiring parents be contacted before girls under the age of 18 have an abortion.
A new postage stamp honoring President Ronald Reagan will go on sale Feb. 10, four days after what would have been the former president's 100th birthday.
Police in South Carolina have flagged hundreds of illegal immigrants for deportation as part of a new federal program.
The massive snow storm that slammed the upper Midwest has been blamed for at least 16 deaths -- and it's not over yet.
A Wisconsin mother was recently reunited with the daughter she chose life for some 46 years ago.
CBN News recently spoke with a group of children to find out what comes to mind when they think of the Christian holiday.
Residents of the Upper Midwest were digging out Monday after a powerful snowstorm blanketed the region over the weekend.
Are you better off than you were two years ago? Most Americans say "no," according to a Bloomberg National News poll.
The 42-page ruling by U.S. District Judge Henry Hudson is based on a key part of the law that requires Americans to buy health insurance.
The latest chapter in "The Chronicles of Narnia" saga sailed to the top of the weekend box office.
They are America's shadow warriors. Members of the Joint Special Operations community are the tip of the spear in the war against radical Islam.
Dallas First Baptist Church started GrinchAlert.com in an effort to keep Christ in Christmas.
The new film is expected to thrill audiences with its dazzling special effects -- but will some scenes frighten younger children?
After 50 years in business, the founders of a multi-million dollar entertainment company still want to see Christ in everything they do.
Family and friends remembered the life of Elizabeth Edwards, who was been praised for her strength amid a series of life tragedies, including a battle with cancer that eventually led to her death.
Two men indicted in a string of arson fires set at churches in East Texas have said they will plead guilty next week.
The Federal Aviation Administration is missing information on who owns at least one-third of the country's private and commercial planes.
Twentieth Century Fox and Walden Media say they plan to transport the audience back once again to the mythical world of C.S. Lewis' Narnia.
It sounds like a real life Lassie story from television and the movies. A man's dog stayed by his side after a freak accident, barking at passersby for help.
A box truck advertising Christian messages has begun shadowing four buses in Fort Worth, Texas, carrying atheist advertisements.
A 21-year-old Baltimore man was arrested Wednesday for attempting to blow up a military recruiting station.
Colder weather has moved into the country from the Midwest to the South, where farmers are working to save their crops.
It's early in the Christmas season in the U.S. but the Salvation Army has reported they have already received a large donation from a secret Santa.
Charlie Knuth, a small Wisconsin boy, will soon fight the battle of his life. But before heading to the Mayo Clinic, he was given a hero's send-off.
Tributes have begun pouring in for Elizabeth Edwards, who lost her battle with cancer Tuesday after six years of battling the disease.
New research on marriage reveals a striking gap in attitudes between moderately and highly educated Americans.
Visitors to Pearl Harbor can now experience what it must have felt like the moment America suffered one of the worst attacks in U.S. history.
Don Meredith, a legendary football icon and sports television announcer, died Sunday at the age of 72.
Thousands of Christmas wreaths are on their way to Arlington National Cemetery in Arlington, Va.
A new document that was just released revealed that federal law enforcement agencies can get a so-called "Hotwatch" order.
Late last week, the mayor of Philadelphia ordered city workers to put the word "Christmas" back in the sign at the "Christmas Village" set up outside City Hall.
Marshall and Ruby Goodwin decked out nearly every inch of their Fresno home in celebration of the Christmas season.
The attorney for Prop 8 proponents found himself fighting an uphill battle in arguing that kids are better off being raised by a mother and a father.
One Christian singer/songwriter turned his personal story of job loss into an album of inspiration.
A deep freeze has taken hold from Iowa to Florida, with 17 states currently under a cold snap.
The home of Kansas State University, is one step closer to approving special protections for the gay and transgendered community.
California's Prop 8 case heads to the federal appeals court in San Francisco Monday. No matter the outcome, it's expected to end up before Supreme Court.
The Smithsonian Institute's National Portrait Gallery in Washington, D.C., was forced to remove part of an exhibit that was deemed sacrilegious.
The Nashville group, comprised of five siblings ranging in age from 9 to 23 years old, blend a wide range of genres into a unique sound they call "chamber pop."
Christian film critic Bob Waliszewski reviewed two holiday movies debuting this weekend - "A Walk in my Shoes" and "Christmas With a Capital C."
A new family-friendly movie, "A Walk in my Shoes," will premiere Friday night with the theme of the consequences of judging others in mind.
The authors of the Manhattan Declaration have urged Apple to reinstate their iPhone application, which critics have panned as being anti-homosexual.
Actor Chuck Norris is known for playing a tough Texas Ranger on television. Now, he wears the ranger badge in real life.
A survey shows the social networking Web site can be a dangerous playground for spouses with wandering eyes.
The director of the U.S. National Counterterrorism Center has warned that it's inevitable some future terror attacks on American soil will succeed.
Sponsors of the measure asked Judge Stephen Reinhardt to disqualify himself because of his wife's leadership role with the ACLU.
Marcus Lamb is the latest in a string of Christian leaders confronted with moral failure. Could the success and lifestyle of these leaders be contributing to their sins?
Many are cleaning up Thursday after wicked weather wreaked havoc up and down the East coast and beyond.
The White House has decided not to open up new areas of the eastern Gulf of Mexico and Atlantic seaboard to drilling for at least seven years.
With the Christmas season in America now in full-swing, there are also the annual Christmas battles over acknowledging the holiday in public.
Montana's hight court ruled officials violated a student's First Amendment rights when they instructed her to replace religious references in her prepared remarks.
Sen. James Inhofe, R-Okla., says he will boycott a holiday tradition in his childhood home of Tulsa.
The Smithsonian Institute's National Portrait Gallery removed a video Tuesday after a Catholic group complained it showed images offensive to Christians.
A high school football player in Washington state says he was surprised he received a penalty for pointing to Heaven after a touchdown.