February 2014 Headlines
Co-producers Roma Downey and Mark Burnett take the life of Jesus to the big screen with their new film "Son of God."
Nabeel Qureshi grew up in a devout Muslim in the United States. But later he realized the Gospel could withstand rigorous scrutiny and Islam could not.
Americans will have their own full-sized version of Noah's Ark to visit. Hopefully, the big boat will eventually be surrounded by a biblically based theme park.
Many minority men these days find themselves in fatherless homes, a situation that often ends in disappointment and prison. But the president hopes to change that.
California is getting drenched with desperately needed rain after one of the worst droughts in years.
A California man who plotted to blow up a bank last year has been sentenced to 15 years in federal prison.
A Kentucky pastor is calling a ruling forcing the commonwealth to recognize gay marriages from other states unconstitutional.
You probably don't know his name, but you've surely heard his music.
Arizona Gov. Jan Brewer vetoed a controversial bill that would have allowed businesses to refuse service to gays and lesbians on religious grounds.
Texas is the latest state to have its voter-approved ban on same-sex marriage struck down by a federal judge.
As many pause to celebrate a Black History Month, there's a call for Black Christians to reclaim their heritage on the mission field.
CBN Flash Fun 'Son of God' Giveaway Official Rules.
The Justice Department says Attorney General Eric Holder has been taken to the hospital as a precaution after experiencing faintness and shortness of breath at work.
The nation's military families may pay a little more for bread and milk next year.
West Virginia's House of Representatives has passed legislation that bans abortion after 20 weeks.
Rickey Waggoner was only a few pages from death early Tuesday morning. The bus driver is crediting his Bible for saving his life in a gang-related shooting.
A Florida restaurant chain is charging customers more to help offset the cost of Obamacare.
The Alliance Defending Freedom is making its case to defend traditional marriage in Oklahoma, arguing same-sex marriage is bad for children.
Pastor Rick Warren is taking on a new mental health ministry inspired by his personal tragedy.
Many see the Academy's move as bigotry against the song and message. But Tada said she is hopeful that good will come from the controversy.
Hundreds of celebrities came out to celebrate faith and family friendly movies and TV shows at the 22nd annual Movie Guide Awards in Hollywood.
The FCC has abandoned a plan to place government monitors in newsrooms and ask probing questions of news gatherers, at least for now.
Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel is recommending big cuts to the 2015 defense budget that would include shrinking the Army to its smallest size since 1940.
Arizona Gov. Jan Brewer is under intense pressure to veto a measure that allows business owners to deny service to gays and lesbians on religious grounds.
California activists pushing to split the Golden State into six individual states got the green light from the state secretary.
A government program that forces drivers to pull off the road and answer questions about their driving habits is sparking an outcry from motorists.
Those believing federal agencies are abusing their constitutional limits were before the Supreme Court with another case to rein in one of those agencies.
Chattanooga, Tenn., is the most Bible-minded city in America, according to a new survey.
Now that it is legal to buy marijuana in Colorado, the state's Department of Human Services is worried people on welfare are using their benefits to buy the drug.
A federal appeals court has ruled against the University of Notre Dame in a lawsuit over the Obamacare contraception mandate.
Gay couples in Chicago will be able to marry sooner than thought.
Many California farmers face one of the worst droughts in the state's history, taking a huge toll on the nation's most productive farming regions.
Financial problems in many cities across the nation are taking a toll and many communities are coming up with creative ways to combat "urban blight."
Conservatives and some media analysts are speaking out against an FCC plan they say violates First Amendment guarantee of a free press.
The Upper Midwest is one of the least-evangelized areas of the country. Now Christian leaders are trying a new campaign to spread the Gospel there.
A former Obama administration scientist is now throwing her support behind building the Keystone XL oil pipeline.
Computerized traffic monitoring systems will soon be able to watch virtually every aspect of life in big cities.
The Arizona legislature has approved a measure that protects business owners who refuse to serve gays based on their religious beliefs.
The New York Police Department's surveillance of Muslims in New Jersey was a lawful path to prevent terrorism, a federal judge ruled Thursday.
Two western states are considering cracking down on smokers by raising the tobacco age to 21.
Movie reviewer Bob Waliszewski recommended saving that trip to the theater for next weekend when "Son of God" opens.
Another Democratic attorney general is refusing to defend a state ban on same-sex marriage. This time it's Oregon Attorney General Ellen Rosenblum
For the second time in less than three weeks Homeland Security officials are warning about potential attempts to smuggle explosives onto airplanes.
Obamacare has now forced four hospitals in Georgia out of business.
The Keystone Pipeline projects is facing another roadblock Thursday.
Several states are seeking to protect religious freedom in the wake of new laws legalizing gay marriage.
The Fort Hood, Texas, military base has demolished the building where Army Maj. Nidal Hasan murdered 13 people and wounded 30 others in the name of Islam.
The cost of insuring employees under the president's health care law is hurting many small businesses.
The Homeland Security Department has suddenly dropped plans to build a nationwide system to track license plates.
A new reality show called "Friday Night Tykes" on the new Esquire cable channel is generating controversy.
Lila Rose has become an emerging force in the pro-life movement. Staring down foes like Planned Parenthood, she's refused to back down in her battle to save the "culture of life."
Hollywood is asking fans to help them get a tax break ... for themselves.
A New Mexico judge has ruled that terminally ill patients can choose to end their lives with a doctor's help.
The 2014 Winter Jam is touring the country, with their most recent stop scheduled Feb. 16 in Norfolk, Va.
Severe turbulence jolted travelers Monday on a United Airlines flight from Denver to Billings, Mont.
Marianne Anderson, a former nurse at a Planned Parenthood facility in Indianapolis, recently revealed what she called the "evil" of the abortion industry.
The Army kicked out more than 11,000 of enlisted soldiers last year over misconduct, including 387 officers.
Iowa State University is removing Bibles from its campus hotel guest rooms in response to an atheist's complaint.
Forecasters are predicting more severe winter weather for the Midwest and New England Tuesday.
Whether or not lawmakers reach a deal on immigration reform this year, one group is likely to suffer: the children of those deported.
In the wake of four rulings against traditional marriage, supporters are working to find ways to uphold it.
Many see President's Day as a chance to find holiday shopping deals. But Brad Meltzer says it's also a time to teach kids about real heroes with patriotic values.
A Pennsylvania woman confessed to killing at least 22 people from Alaska to North Carolina in the last six years.
CBN's Operation Blessing U.S. Disaster Relief teams spent the weekend in North Carolina helping residents dig out after the recent ice and snow storm.
From brutal blizzards in the East and South to the drought in the West, this winter's extremes are bringing back a heated debate on what's really to blame for the bad weather.
Red Rocks Sports Ministry believes in making sure you're not just physically fit, but spiritually fit. They are building the Church by building community through sports.
Virginia is the latest in a wave of states to have a judge overturn its voter-approved ban on same-sex marriage.
This Valentine's Day when the world is emphasizing romance, Sam and Vicki Ingrassia are teaching couples how to increase their passion for each other and God by improving their spiritual relationship.
Two new romantic movies are debuting just in time for Valentine's Day in theaters across the nation.
Sam Childers, the man known as the "Machine Gun Preacher," is the subject of a possible federal investigation as FBI agents recently raided his home and ministry headquarters.
An 11-year-old Amish girl fighting Leukemia can finally return to her Ohio home.
For Valentines Day this year, maybe it's time to think outside the box.
Facebook users don't have to be just "male" or "female" anymore. The social media site has now added a "custom" choice to the gender option menu.
The 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals has struck has down California's concealed weapons law.
The deadly winter storm that paralyzed the East Coast is still plaguing parts of the region. At least 21 deaths have been attributed to the treacherous weather.
It is Valentine's Day weekend in the United States and many countries around the world celebrate by focusing on love and those who mean the most to us.
Christian musician Carman Domenic Licciardello, known to fans simply as Carman, says he's cancer free.
The Boy Scouts of America said its membership fell by 6 percent last year.
Kentucky has been ordered to recognize gay marriages from other states
A healthcare conscience bill is being endorsed by a large majority in Missouri's House of Representatives.
This latest round of winter weather has claimed the lives of at least a dozen people across the South.
Millions from the Deep South to the mid-Atlantic are preparing again for extreme weather. Forecasters say snow and ice could cripple cities and endanger lives.
Prosecutors say two teenage boys were making a deal with the devil when they sexually assaulted and then killed a 15-year-old girl from Houston.
Arvella Schuller, wife of Robert H. Schuller, has died at the age of 84.
Federal agents have discovered a very long drug-smuggling tunnel under the U.S.-Mexico border.
Texas' voter-approved amendment banning gay marriage is being challenged Wednesday in federal court.
Iconic child movie star Shirley Temple Black died Monday, according to publicist Cheryl Kagan. She was 85 years old.
The Southeast is bracing for another winter storm, with substantial snow and ice expected to cripple the region.
Some Egyptians are beginning to accuse the military of oppressive tactics and blame them for fueling a jihadist insurgency in retaliation for Morsi's ouster.
After three years, a Mexican national has been convicted for the shooting death of Border Patrol Agent Brian A. Terry.
Battles over same-sex marriage are building across the country.
Craft store giant Hobby Lobby is filing a Supreme Court brief today over the Obamacare contraception mandate.
Environmental officials in North Carolina are warning residents to avoid the Dan River after a coal burning power plant leaked tons of ash into the water.
From flooding in the West to brutal snow and ice in the East, many Americans have been dealing with lost power and dangerous conditions.
People are continuing to have issues with President Barack Obama's Affordable Health Care program, with millions finding themselves in a coverage catch-22.
The Justice Department will recognize same-sex marriages "to the greatest extent possible under the law," U.S. Attorney U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder said.
Some Vermont preschoolers are already preparing for Valentine's Day, making special cards for a very deserving valentine - a soldier serving in Afghanistan.
The pro-life Thomas More Society is condemning Planned Parenthood's payment of $2 million to the family of a botched abortion victim Tonya Reaves, calling it "hush money."
Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., called Sunday morning the most segregated time of the week. But one New Orleans congregation is showing how diversity makes it stronger.
A new study says your challenges might be directly related to a poor relationship with your parents during your adolescent years.
The year 2013 was the best for non-profit fundraising since the Great Recession, according to Blackbaud's Charitable Giving Report.
The Obama administration is aggressively pursuing young, healthy adults to enroll in Obmacare ahead of the March 31 deadline.
Ronald Reagan explained what was at stake in a now-famous speech urging the public to elect Sen. Barry Goldwater as president.
CBN's Wendy Griffith shares with co-anchor Mark Martin about moving on after heartbreak and why you are worth an "I love you, period!"
The U.S. economy added 113,000 jobs in January, according to a report the Labor Department released Friday.
"The Lego Movie" hits theaters this weekend, inviting families to enjoy an adventure film together without worrying about shielding young eyes.
The American Civil Liberties Union is suing the Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors over its decision to restore a cross to the county's official seal.
Nearly half a million residents in Pennsylvania and Maryland are still without power after a major snow and ice storm hit the mid-Atlantic this week.
The fight over national education standards intensified Wednesday with the endorsement of a national evangelical organization.
A California law banning change therapy for minor patients seeking relief from same-sex attraction is on hold, for now.
More pregnant women in California are choosing to keep their babies, according to a new study from the Guttmacher Institute.
Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel is ordering his commanders to put greater emphasis on developing moral character in America's Armed Forces.
A relentless and bitter winter is battering the Northeast, with two major storms hitting in a span of two weeks. Now a third is on the way.
Author Betsy McCaughey, a public policy expert who has read every page of Obamacare, spells out how to brace yourself in her book, Beating Obamacare 2014.
The latest winter storm to hit the nation is delivering a triple whammy Wednesday: snow, ice, and rain.
A federal judge in Norfolk heard arguments this week on whether the state's voter-approved ban on same-sex marriage is constitutional.
Fewer Christians live in Boston than any other part of the U.S., and past efforts to evangelize that region have failed. But a new kind of evangelism is changing that.
State lawmakers are sending a message to the federal government and local law enforcement: stop spying on private citizens.
Facebook is more popular than the Bible in America, according to a new study.
A wave of the future is hitting the automobile industry in the form of talking cars.
The FBI rescued 16 children who were sold for sex during the Super Bowl.
Tom McNamara is a retired special education teacher, now known as "The Sock Man," because he gives thousands of socks to the homeless.
Just as the East Coast is thawing out from last week's winter storm, half of the country is getting ready for another round of icy weather.
A federal judge in Norfolk, Va., will consider Tuesday whether the state's ban on same-sex marriage is constitutional.
Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson not only led his team to a Super Bowl victory, but afterward led fellow Christians to pray on the field, giving glory to God.
Republicans and some Democrats are calling on President Barack Obama to approve the Keystone XL oil pipeline.
The abortion rate has dropped to its lowest level since 1973, according to a new report from the Guttmacher Institute, the research arm of Planned Parenthood.
A historic drought in California has led to the worst water shortage in more than a century. It's affecting residents, farmers, and soon possibly even the rest of the country.
Award-winning actor Philip Seymour Hoffman was found dead Sunday in his apartment in the West Village neighborhood of Manhattan. He was 46.