November 2012 Headlines
For first responders, learning to work as an effective team takes practice. CBN News visited a West Virginia tunnel to see that training at work.
One Southern California church is on a mission to help free India's outcasts through education, a biblical message of hope, and a movie about their plight.
When it comes to porn, no one's immune. Teens, bombarded with these images through the Internet, are growing up in a world awash in X-rated material.
A big question is, when the High Court does address the issue of homosexual marriage, what will it mean for the traditional definition of marriage?
Lawyers and counselors endorsing therapy that helps patients overcome same-sex attraction, asked a federal court to block the California law banning the treatment for minors.
A Los Angeles judge dismissed a Christian group's lawsuit to force Santa Monica to allow nativity scenes in a city park.
A photo of a New York policeman giving a pair boots to a homeless man has gone viral.
The dispute over a Pennsylvania restaurant's discount to church-goers has been settled.
Former President George H.W. Bush has been hospitalized in Houston for treatment of a lingering cough.
A lawsuit against a statue of Jesus near a Montana ski resort is moving forward.
The record-breaking Powerball jackpot has two winning tickets. Powerball officials announced overnight the tickets were sold in Missouri and Arizona.
Christian motivational speaker and author Zig Ziglar has died in Texas. He was 86.
The teen actor in the CBS comedy "Two and Half Men" is now apologizing for calling the show "filth" and telling people not to watch.
After four days of hard-core holiday shopping, Giving Tuesday is meant to encourage people to give back.
The Supreme Court is reviving Liberty University's lawsuit against President Obama's health care plan.
A judge has told a Texas high school it cannot remove a student because she refused to wear a "Smart ID" tracking badge.
The devastation from Superstorm Sandy will cost New York and New Jersey $71 billion and the cleanup and recovery will take years.
The Bronx community of Hunts Point has long been plagued by poverty and crime. But a local church is refusing to allow darkness to reign in their community.
Fans flocked to Southfork Ranch to remember actor Larry Hagman who played the infamous "J.R." on TV's "Dallas."
Modern America requires electricity, a utility many of us take for granted - until we lose it. Just ask those who lived in the dark courtesy of Hurricane Sandy.
Author Stephen Mansfield explains how Abraham Lincoln was also a man who struggled with God before coming to faith.
Although he first gained fame as nice guy Capt. Tony Nelson on the NBC comedy "I Dream of Jeannie," actor Larry Hagman earned his greatest stardom on "Dallas."
Christian-owned Hobby Lobby is appealing in federal court over its case against the abortion-pill mandate in ObamaCare.
A Texas high school is kicking out a student for refusing to wear a Smart ID tracking badge.
Lawmakers in San Francisco narrowly approved a proposal to ban public nudity on Tuesday.
Two Washington men are not only brothers in arms, they're comrades with a cause.
This year's hurricane season has been a difficult for millions. That fact has the Mercy Chefs ministry working hard to ease the burden for many who don't have a place to go this Thanksgiving.
A federal court has signaled that it is leaning toward banning New York City churches from using public school buildings for worship services.
Thirty-nine million Americans are expected to hit the road this Thanksgiving weekend, but possible bumper to bumper traffic isn't the only challenge facing holiday travelers.
The puppeteer behind the popular "Sesame Street" character Elmo has resigned after a second allegation that he sexually abused underage boys.
Four California men have been arrested for an alleged plot to join al Qaeda and the Taliban to kill Americans and destroy U.S. targets overseas.
A federal judge rejected a request by arts and crafts giant Hobby Lobby for exemption from the health care law's contraception coverage mandate.
After nearly 60 years, Santa Monica, Calif., leaders said "no" to a Nativity display at a city park.
A federal court has issued a temporary injunction against an Obamacare mandate for Bible publisher Tyndale House.
Evangelist Franklin Graham is issuing a wake-up call to America, saying the nation has turned its back on God.
After taking time to speak with New York storm victims, the president promised that the federal government would be a part of the rebuilding process.
An increasing number of African Americans are supporting gay marriage, according to recent polls.
The Freedom From Religion Foundation is suing the IRS for allowing tax-exempt churches and religious groups to get involved in political campaigns.
Oil Rig Explodes Off Louisiana Coast. Several injured and two people missing.
The owner of an oil platform that caught fire in the Gulf of Mexico says divers will continue the search for one remaining missing worker. Divers hired by the rig's owner recovered one body in the waters near the site Saturday evening. The Coast Guard has suspended its search.
Bella Swan is no longer the angst-ridden high school senior. She's now one of the undead and married to Edward Cullen, the vampire of her dreams.
Dallas resident Leon Reyes is not homeless but the young pastor has set out this month for a 30 day-beat on the street to raise awareness for the homeless in his city.
New York Mets pitcher R.A. Dickey, a dedicated Christian, finished an amazing season by winning the Cy Young award for the best pitching in the National League.
California's Mount Rubidoux Cross has stood in Riverside for more than 100 years. Now the Freedom From Religion Foundation wants the cross removed.
While the Trinity is a fundamental belief of the Christian faith, many believers don't understand its relevance to their lives.
The president of the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops vowed the Church will never comply with the Obama administration's mandate to provide birth control coverage in health insurance.
The number of citizens adding their names to petitions for states to secede from the union continues to grow.
High school students in South Carolina will be allowed to continue earning credits by taking off-campus religion courses after the U.S. Supreme Court refused to hear an appeal.
Jim Hart of Hereford, Ariz., said he is very worried about the re-election of President Barack Obama and believes America is heading into dire straits.
The Evangelical Immigration Table, a politically diverse group of evangelical Christians, is pressing Washington to move quickly on immigration reform.
In the wake of the scandal involving Gen. David Petraeus, Medal of Honor recipient Salvatore Giunta says the damage has been done but the military must learn from it.
Residents in 22 states have petitioned the federal government to secede from the Union after President Obama's re-election.
The UPS Foundation is cutting off support to the Boy Scouts over its policy of excluding gays and lesbians from being Scouts or Scout leaders.
Operation Blessing volunteers are spread throughout New Jersey and New York distributing food and rebuilding damaged homes.
Former Arkansas Gov. Mike Huckabee has worn many hats in his lifetime. But he says his most recent role as a grandfather is the most important yet.
Roughly 60,000 veterans remain without homes -- 14 percent of the country's homeless population.
Author Jane Hampton Cook explained the meaning behind the colors of the nation's flag and how America's service men and women embody all they represent.
The Northeast is shifting from recovery to rebuilding. Authorities warn the process will take time, but power outages and gas shortages have tempers wearing thin.
Regardless of how many Christians may have felt about the outcome of the 2012 election, Rev. Billy Graham offered one admonition: pray for the nation's leaders.
November 11 is the day set aside each year to honor America's war veterans. One group wants to start a new tradition this Veterans Day.
Gas shortages in Sandy's aftermath have led to long lines at the pump. Now New York is following New Jersey's lead, implementing gas rationing.
Tyndale House Publishers is challenging the Obamacare birth control mandate, arguing that the administration's strict exemption excludes most religious companies.
Millions of Americans regularly visit porn sites, but what is surprising is that about a third of them are women. Author Shelley Hitz says there's hope for freedom.
Christian leader Albert Mohler said Christians should view the 2012 election as a "catastrophe" for moral issues, saying the election reflects a trend of growing secularism.
James Bond, the world's most well-known spy, is back in theaters this weekend in "Skyfall."
San Francisco is set to become the first city in the United States to offer free sex change operations for uninsured transgender residents.
The man who pleaded guilty to a deadly Arizona shooting rampage that wounded former U.S. Rep. Gabrielle Giffords was sentenced to life in prison Thursday.
Conservatives and business groups often complain about the government's growing numbers of regulations. CBN News has learned that government officials are using lawsuits to go after American citizens.
The Pew Forum on Religion & Public Life says 60 percent of white Catholics voted for Mitt Romney, while three-fourths of Hispanic Catholics supported President Obama.
In Montana, 71 percent of residents supported a move that will require parental notification for all abortions on girls younger than 16 years old.
The storm-ravaged Northeast is taking another blow Thursday as a powerful storm moves through the area hit hardest by Superstorm Sandy.
Rev. Graham's daughter, Ann Graham Lotz, credits her father's long life to prayer and said she hopes people continue to pray for him.
Residents of storm-battered New York and New Jersey are bracing for more rough weather.
The 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals judges are set to hear arguments Monday in the fight to overturn Arizona's ban on abortions at 20 weeks of pregnancy.
Millions on the Eastern Seaboard are still recovering from Sandy. The death toll now stands at 107 and approximately 1.7 million are still without power.
Storm victims went to church Sunday to pray for deliverance as cold weather and another drenching in the forecast added to the misery of people already struggling with gasoline shortages and power outages.
The endless election barrage left one little girl in tears, saying she's tired of "Bronco Bamma" and Mitt Romney.
After days in the dark, residents in Manhattan literally saw the light Saturday after power was restored to roughly 65,000 homes in the storm-battered New York borough.
It's a question that's rankled and bewildered many in the Northeast: Why do some areas struck by Superstorm Sandy have plenty of gasoline and others still don't?
A judge has granted an early victory to a company that's challenging the contraception mandate in Obamacare.
California Superior Court sided with NASA, claiming a computer specialist was let go because he was combative and did not keep his skills sharp, not because of his faith.
With hour-long traffic jams and hundreds still without electricity, food or clean water the patience of many New York City residents is wearing thin.
Representatives for the national arts and crafts chain Hobby Lobby appeared in federal court after filing a lawsuit against the Obamacare "preventive services" mandate.
Three days after superstorm Sandy pounded the mid-Atlantic and parts of the Northeast, the long clean-up process is only just beginning.
A woman was blocked from early voting near Austin, Texas, last week after wearing a T-shirt that said "Vote the Bible."