September 2013 Headlines
Funny man Si Robertson is perhaps the biggest breakout star of "Duck Dynasty." When the show began, he was only to appear occasionally. But that changed.
Angela Zatopek, who starred on NBC's "Ready for Love," won the guy and got a proposal. But her stand for "no sex before marriage" attracted the most attention.
There is no more 'Moral Majority,' according to Southern Baptist leader Russell Moore. He also says the collapse of the Bible Belt could be a good thing for the Gospel.
Thousands took part in a Harvest Ministries event led by evangelist Greg Laurie to pray for the nation from Philadelphia.
A pastor was shot to death in front of his church members, Friday at Tabernacle of Praise Worship Center in Lake Charles, La.
Victims of this month's unprecedented flooding in Colorado are finding help from some newfound friends who came from very far away.
President Barack Obama continues to push his health care plan as insurance exchanges scheduled to begin Tuesday.
Torrential rains and howling winds battered the northwest part of the country over the weekend.
Bob Waliszewski talks with CBN News Today about the box office hits for the end of September.
A new report from the Justice Department's Inspector General reveals the FBI has spent more than $3 million on drone operations since 2006.
Four years after interfaith leaders issued the Manhattan Declaration, Christian leaders warned this week that traditional marriage, the sanctity of life, and religious freedom are all "severely threatened."
Christian recording artist Demetria Stallings is passionate about worshipping God. She spoke with CBN's Charlene Israel about worship, life, and her new music.
The U.S. economy grew at a 2.5 percent annual rate from April through June, an improvement from the first three months of the year. But economists are worried that growth may now be slowing.
A woman in Nashville has come up with a solution to help prostitutes get off the street.
Washington faces a potential shutdown if Congress cannot agree on a budget soon. On top of the budget showdown: the government borrowing limit and the future of Obamacare.
The FBI has released chilling video of the gunman from the shooting at the Washington Navy Yard.
Leaders of the largest Somali community in the United States say young men are still being enticed to join al-Shabab, the terror group that attacked a Kenyan mall.
Students across America gathered to pray for their schools Wednesday. The gatherings were part of the 23rd annual See You At The Pole event.
A decorated war veteran celebrating his 90th birthday accomplished a life-long dream: showing how you're never too old to learn new things.
A Purple Heart medal missing for 70 years finally makes it's way back to a fallen WWII soldier's daughter.
Vandals knocked down a prominent monument of the Ten Commandments facing the U.S. Supreme Court this weekend.
Christian recording artist Ryan Stevenson is enjoying newfound success, but he almost gave up on his musical dreams after a series of tragic events.
More airlines are encouraging passengers to bring their own entertainment, but federal regulations restrict the use of electronic devices during take-offs and landings.
Labor Day is a time when many people take a break from the daily grind. It's also a good time to reflect on why our work matters to God.
A federal court ruled Tuesday against a Catholic business in Michigan and in favor of the Obamacare contraception mandate.
What would you do if you got a call from the second richest man in America? Well, that's what happened this week to an unusual Diary Queen Manager.
President Barack Obama said it is clear that change in gun control laws would not come from Washington, but would have to come from people demanding action.
Craft store giant Hobby Lobby's case against the Obamacare contraception coverage mandate might go before the U.S. Supreme Court.
Experiencing God author, Henry Blackaby, is scheduled to undergo surgery after suffering a heart attack last week, the Baptist Press reports.
President Barack Obama plans impose tough new regulations on the coal industry.
Christian World News reached a social media milestone this week, hitting 100,000 "likes" on our Facebook page
The man who shot a security guard at the Family Research Council last year has been sentenced to 25 years in prison.
In the new film "Unstoppable," Kirk Cameron explores why God allows evil in the world. It's a question, he says, that often wrecks people's faith.
There's grave concern as less than one-quarter of U.S. students meet "college ready" standards. Former presidential candidate Ron Paul has a radical fix.
In the wake of the Navy Yard shooting, Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel is ordering two separate reviews of security at U.S. Defense facilities world-wide.
America's coal industry is in a fight for its survival. But the outlook is grim as the U.S. reduces its dependence on coal to the lowest level in decades.
As Colorado schools start to reopen, Operation Blessing is helping flood victims with the task of cleaning up after the disaster destroyed their homes.
Complaints have been filed against an Indiana abortion doctor who failed to report performing an abortion on a 13-year-old girl.
A Tennessee judge has ruled in favor of parents who want to name their 8-month-old baby "Messiah."
Creationism is again at the center of a Texas textbook debate. A public hearing in Austin, Tuesday, sparked rallies from from both sides of the issue.
A new LGBT protection law in San Antonio has critics saying the ordinance protects sexual minorities while criminalizing biblical beliefs.
Kidnappers released unharmed a Nigerian archbishop they'd been holding for more than a week.
A family-owned Colorado company has won its fight for exemption from the Obamacare contraception mandate.
The Bible Baptist Church of Erie was flooded three times in three days, but each time members of the congregation - and strangers - came together to help.
Catholic schools in a Wisconsin diocese will no longer make field trips to a research center that uses embryonic stem cells.
Many Colorado flood survivors are turning their attention to cleanup and rebuilding. And local churches in Boulder County are banding together to help.
The mass shooting at the Washington Navy Yard is raising new questions about whether there's a problem with security on America's military bases.
One veteran will commemorate National Prisoner of War and Missing In Action Day by completing his own personal mission of running one mile for every name on the Vietnam Memorial.
An intense FBI investigation to uncover the motive of the Washington Navy Yard shooter is underway as new information indicates that shooter had a history of disturbing behavior.
Mahmoud Abbas' declaration that there would be no Israeli presence in the Jordan Valley didn't warrant a response, the Prime Minister's Office spokesman told CBN News.
A New Hampshire mother has returned to praying at Concord High School after being banned a month ago.
Hundreds of people gathered Monday outside North Carolina's Rowan County Administration Building to support the right to pray before meetings.
Christmas is more than three months away, but some retailers are trying to jump start the holiday season earlier than ever.
The rains have finally ceased in Colorado, making it easier for crews to continue to search for those still missing following historic flooding in the state.
Major rescue plans are in the works Monday in the Boulder, Colo., area where historic flooding has killed six people and has entire towns crumbling.
A gunman opened fire inside a military building at the Washington Navy Yard Monday morning, leaving 13 people dead and wounding several others.
When you are a small child and you're battling for your life, you need good medical care. It's also not a bad idea to have a superhero cape made just for you.
The new president of the South Baptist Convention public policy organization said the Bible belt is collapsing.
On a day with some important NFL games, quarterback Philip Rivers and the San Diego Chargers pulled out a thrilling victory over the Eagles in Philadelphia.
Abortion centers are closing their doors at an unprecedented rate in America. So far, there have been 44 closings this year.
A humanist group in South Carolina has filed a lawsuit to stop a public school from holding its 5th grade graduation ceremonies at a Christian university.
Torrential downpours continue Friday as massive flooding wreaks havoc across parts of Colorado, killing at least three people.
If you should come upon a grave marker with many names listed, there's a good chance it's marking a grave filled with unborn children killed at a nearby abortion mill.
A rising music star is using her voice to shine a light on the epidemic of child abuse and neglect, and her unique story is making even more people pay attention.
Firefighters are still working to bring a monster fire under control along the Jersey shore.
In the dramatic comedy "Instructions Not Included," Valentín Bravo goes from Latino playboy to hapless single father overnight.
A ruling is expected soon in the case of a Pennsylvania county clerk who issued same-sex marriage licenses in violation of state law.
It's a business model you won't see anywhere else: thirteen women who make artisanal Gouda cheese that sells out every year. Their secret ingredient? Prayer.
Gay rights activists are seeking to ban sexual orientation therapy in the heartland.
Thousands of bikers from around the country filled the streets of Washington, D.C., Wednesday in a ride to honor the victims of the 9/11 terrorist attacks.
The mayor of Minneapolis hopes to make his city a destination spot for gay couples in the Midwest.
Americans across the country paused Wednesday to remember the victims killed 12 years ago in the worst terrorist attack in U.S. history.
A challenge to America's national motto has been struck down by a federal district court.
The House and Senate presented the Congressional Medal of Honor to the families of four girls killed in the 16th Street Church Bombing in Alabama 50 years ago.
One of the Benghazi whistle blowers said he's being "punished" for speaking out about the Obama administration's response the night of the attack.
A new report released Sunday found that nearly 25 percent of those living in New Jersey were considered poor in 2011.
Just three months after the Boy Scouts voted to allow gay members, a new faith-based organization, Trail Life USA, has emerged as an alternative.
The Southern Baptist Convention has barred its members from performing same-sex marriages, taking part in counseling, or attending gay couples retreats.
U.S. Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia said he thinks Christian values are necessary for capitalism to succeed.
Enviromental scientists head to California to assess the damaged caused by the Rim Fire.
Regent University has announced that Dr. Carlos Campo is stepping down as President.
The Rev. Robert Schuller, founder of Crystal Cathedral in Orange County, Calif., has been diagnosed with cancer.
The City Council of San Antonio has approved a controversial ordinance that protects gays and transgender people from bias.
Former Republican presidential candidate Rick Santorum is best known for making news in the political realm. Now he's promoting his beliefs in an entirely different setting.
A federal judge in San Jose, Calif., will decide Friday whether Gmail users are victims of invasion of privacy.
"The Ultimate Life" continues the story of Jason Stevens, the young man who inherits his grandfather's multibillion-dollar fortune after passing a series of character tests.
A Rhode Island man is suing to silence the church bells in his neighborhood.
A growing number of Americans are finding a new way to read the Bible - on the Internet.
A growing number of Americans are worried about protecting their privacy online, according to a new Pew Research Center poll.
In New Mexico, the Freedom From Religion Foundation wants the Albuquerque Police Department to get rid of its chaplain's unit.
The 2009 Ft. Hood massacre is the worst mass shooting on a military base in U.S. History. Victims of the shooting spree say it should also be known as the worst terrorist attack since 9/11.
A lawsuit to strike the words "Under God" from the Pledge of Allegiance goes before the Massachusetts Supreme Court this week.
Crews are pushing forward and building containment lines around the Yosemite blaze. Evacuation orders have been lifted for several nearby communities.
The Texas National Guard won't be providing benefits to gay couples, saying Texas law defines marriage as between a man and woman.
The Christian bakers in Oregon who were targeted by gay activists are far from giving up or losing faith.
The man who held three women captive in his home for nearly a decade has been found dead and is believed to have committed suicide.
A flower shop owner in Richland, Wash., is being sued for refusing to provide flower arrangements for a gay wedding.
One-third of American workers say they have seen or experienced religious discrimination at their workplace.
The Texas Supreme Court has ruled that 52 breakaway Texas Episcopal churches can maintain ownership of their property.
The Oregon bakery that refused to make a same-sex wedding cake because of the owner's religious beliefs has closed.