August 2008 Headlines
Consumers across the country could face soaring heating bills this winter.
Tropical Storm Gustav is headed for the United States, strengthening into a hurricane again and likely to become the first major hurricane to hit America this year.
WASHINGTON - New baggage fees, long delays and even longer security lines - these are just a few of the potential hassles air travelers dread as they head off to summer vacation.
Students at Northern Illinois University are heading back to classes today - just 10 days after a deadly campus shooting.
When a church in Albany, Ga., released the film "Facing the Giants," nobody expected it to become such a success.
The star of the television series CSI New York sat down for an exclusive interview with White House Correspondent Melissa Charbonneau at Washington, D.C., to talk about the film industry's portrayal of the U.S. military.
CBN.com - Endurance. Webster defines it as the ability to withstand hardship or adversity. Few know that better than Olympic athletes.
CBN.com - Mike Candrea is a man who knows how to win. He led his softball team at the University of Arizona to eight national titles. In 2002 he was named head coach of the US national team and they took home the gold in the 2004 Olympics! After 31 years, Coach Candrea has come to realize that coaching is more than winning games or teaching people how to play softball.
A powerful new hurricane is crawling across the Caribbean. Gustav has taken a bead on Haiti and Cuba, and its target after that could be Florida.
In the last two weeks, gas prices have fallen 15 cents after oil dropped from nearly $150 a barrel to just over $110.
Some evangelicals are saying they want to repair the damage done by evangelical activists who've made the faith too political.
The spike in inflation is a blow to American families who are already struggling with enormous debt.
Some workers in Alabama may have to bypass the burger and fries. The state is planning to crack down on state employees who are too fat.
Many people are familiar with the old saying, 'mind your manners.' But what about etiquette for the Internet - or 'netiquette,' as it's called.
WASHINGTON -- President Bush has declared parts of Florida a disaster area, after Tropical Storm Fay moved across the state after making landfall for the third time in a week.
Canadian evangelist Todd Bentley is leaving the ministry altogether after new reports that he had entered into an "unhealthy relationship."
The nation's largest greeting card company is now offering same-sex wedding cards.
CBNNews.com - JERUSALEM, Israel - The US will not be selling Boeing 767 airplanes to Israel, according to a report on Israel's Channel 10 television Thursday.
A new forecast predicts the price of food is going to continue to soar throughout this year, and it's likely to be just as bad next year.
The Bush administration wants more protection for doctors who are against abortion.
Fay keeps everyone guessing. Will the storm become a hurricane? Will it continue to soak land or move back to sea?
Atlanta's Muslim community is celebrating the opening of their largest mosque this week.
Child Evangelism Fellowship is savoring the sweet taste of victory after a federal court decided Monday that a Virginia school district was guilty of religious discrimination.
SAN DIEGO - Many Americans think of San Diego as one of the country's most beautiful, recreational cities. But these days, it's building a new identity.
CBNNews.com -- LAKE FOREST, Calif. -- Sen. Barack Obama granted CBN News an exclusive interview during Pastor Rick Warren's Civil Forum at Saddleback Church in Lake Forest, Calif.
Doctors cannot use religious beliefs as a reason to deny services to homosexuals, California's highest court ruled Monday.
Attention Brody File readers.
Megachurch pastor Greg Laurie, who lost his son less than a month ago in a car accident, carries on with his annual Harvest Crusade events this weekend -- his first large-scale evangelistic outreach since his son died.
It began several years ago as an urgent call to pray for the nation and has spread into a world-wide prayer movement.
A federal judge ruled last week that a public university can deny course credit to students from Christian high schools.
They flock to Washington, D.C. from all over the country with one goal: to pray for America.
In an age where much of the world pours into our homes through computers, it should be of no surprise that pornography and the addiction it can so easily create have now reached epidemic proportions.
The New York City police are planning a controversial new tracking program to screen and follow every vehicle entering lower Manhattan.
Jurors unanimously rejected a Continental flight attendant's claims that the wife of evangelist Joel Osteen assaulted her in 2005.
Several witnesses say they never saw nor heard the wife of evangelist Joel Osteen assault a Continental flight attendant in 2005.
Teens can oftentimes be thought of as irresponsible, immature and even rebellious.
A high school principal who claimed 17 teens at his Massachusetts school made a pact to get pregnant is resigning.
An Ohio court says a judge did not violate a court order by displaying the Ten Commandments.
WASHINGTON - Olympic swimming sensation Michael Phelps has made history.
There are few things that will get you thinking about eternity faster than going into combat.
Media watchdogs say as violence drops in Iraq, so does the news coverage of the war. Now, a veterans group wants to bring light to the progress happening there.
Not a chance! Here's why: One, our troops are stretched awfully thin right now fighting wars on two fronts. Even with the recent success in Iraq, it would be unwise for a mass pullout there now.
A middleshooler penalized for a religious-based project he did in fifth grade may soon see his day at the U.S. Supreme Court, marking the final step in a case that could dramatically impact the religious rights of public school students.
Pro-life students at one Maryland university are celebrating a victory for their message and their constitutional rights.
Investors are hoping for another positive week on Wall Street.
A big sigh of relief for California home-school parents Friday as an appeals court ruled that parents did not need to have state teaching credentials in order to teach their children at home.
Brothers at War is being called a raw and gritty account of the Iraq war seen through a soldier's eyes. First-time filmmaker Jake Rademacher spent three months embedded in frontline combat units with his soldier brothers in Iraq.
A California judge on Friday upheld changes made by the state attorney general to a marriage amendment ballot - changes that marriage defense groups say are biased.
California's legislature has passed a measure that could make it the first state to designate a day honoring a leader of the homosexual community.
GOP Presidential hopeful John McCain is finally breaking his silence on the subject of his faith. Today his campaign released an excerpt of the senator's memoir Faith of My Fathers to conservative grassroots groups nationwide.
Union members and Tyson Foods workers voted overwhelmingly to overturn a union contract that replaced Labor Day with a Muslim holiday, according to a statement from Tyson.
Christian artist Steven Curtis Chapman and his famly spoke Thursday night on Larry King Live about the loss of their 5-year-old adopted daughter and sister.
An unexpected jump in the nation's unemployment figures has Wall Street jittering with the Dow falling more than 80 points in afternoon trading.
WASHINGTON - Minnesota Gov. Tim Pawlenty is widely speculated to be among Republican presidential candidate Sen. John McCain's top pick for vice president.
Last November, Sen. Charles Grassley launched an investigation into the finances of several prominent ministries.
It is believed to be the largest identity theft case ever prosecuted -- the theft and sale of more than 41 million credit and debit card numbers.
A new television study reveals that the once valued "family hour" is hardly that. Television programming is getting racier.
The newly-installed president of the U.S. Conference of Mayors says Washington has abandoned the nation's cities.
A Tyson Foods' processing plant in Shelbyville, Tenn., is dropping the Labor Day holiday in favor of an Islamic holy day.
CBNNews.com - WASHINGTON - The U.S. revoked the visas of three Palestinian Fulbright scholars and one other student from the Gaza Strip, citing "new information."
A beloved member of the University of Alabama football program has died.
GALVESTON, Texas - The National Hurricane Center says Edouard has been downgraded to a tropical depression as it moves inland across eastern Texas and western Louisiana.
Homeschooling parents in the nation's capital must now be approved by the state board each year in order to be allowed to teach their children.
CBNNews.com - A top U.S. biodefense researcher who helped investigate a series of deadly anthrax attacks in 2001 has died from an apparent suicide, just as the Justice Department was about to arrest him, the Los Angeles Times reported Friday.
It's a growing conflict between Western society and Islamic culture in America.