July 2014 Headlines
A Christian baker's refusal to make a gay wedding cake landed him in trouble with the law. Now, he faces "compliance" requirements that threaten the 1st Amendment.
Despite botched procedures, late-term abortionist Steven Brigham, who has a long history of malpractice in multiple states, is still allowed to operate without a license.
Stay at home or got to work? It's a decision all moms face and for some it's a heartbreaking one. So why all the fuss over what should be a personal decision?
The new show "Black Jesus" has Christians outraged and calling for its cancellation before it debuts next week on the Cartoon Network.
The Government Accountability Office is blaming management failures by the Obama administration for the botched roll-out of health care overhaul last fall.
National Guard troops in Missouri have been banned from attending a church service in their honor.
Several judges in Tulsa, Oklahoma, are stepping down from the bench and on to the firing range.
The House of Representatives is set to vote Thursday on an immigration bill that addresses the U.S. and Mexico border issue.
Jewish and Christian leaders gathered for a Middle East peace rally in Alabama on Tuesday night to show their support for Israel.
Same-sex marriage is on hold in Colorado after the Colorado Supreme Court ruled Boulder County must stop issuing licenses.
Federal judges have blocked a pro-life law that would have closed the doors to the only abortion clinic in Mississippi.
The crisis in the Middle East may have triggered anti-Semitic vandalism in Miami this week.
Cleanup is underway from the Northeast to Midwest after tornadoes and powerful storms wreaked havoc in states across the country.
The famed Ground Zero Cross won't be removed from The National Sept. 11 Memorial and Museum for now.
The 4th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals in Richmond ruled Monday that state constitutional and statutory provisions barring gay marriage violate the U.S. Constitution.
Severe weather hit states across the country this weekend, leaving some people homeless and at least one person dead.
Insurance exchange customers who opt for convenience by automatically renewing their coverage for 2015 could get sticker shock over their new premiums.
One of Christian music's top rock bands, Remedy Drive, is currently topping the charts with their hit single "Commodity."
Islamic terrorists, criminals and some countries are getting ready for major cyber-attacks against the United States, according to senior Justice Department officials.
Two leaders of a West Philadelphia mosque are accused of trying to chop off a follower's hand with a machete after a Monday morning prayer service.
A church minister is being hailed as a modern day Good Samaritan after fending off an attack on a young mother and her baby.
In Washington, human rights associates gathered in front of the Nigerian embassy to demand more be done to rescue 300 girls kidnapped by Boko Haram terrorists.
Most 4-year-olds say the first words that come to mind. But that tendency recently got one little boy banned from a Connecticut donut shop.
A new Texas law has spurred a dramatic decline in the number of abortions performed in state.
President Barack Obama is meeting with his central American counterparts Friday to discuss the influx of young immigrants from their countries to the United States.
The Vigo County School Corporation in Terre Haute, Indiana, is telling teachers and other staff they can't lead prayers during school-sponsored events.
The former editor of an Iowa newspaper, Bob Eschliman, claims he was fired for expressing his religious beliefs on a personal blog.
A federal judge ruled that Colorado's voter-approved gay marriage ban is unconstitutional but put the ruling on hold to give the state a chance to appeal.
How can Christians protect the borders and show compassion to those who are here? Dr. Russell Moore shared with CBN News what churches are doing to help.
A Christian outreach to children in Portland, Oregon, is being protested by people who say the group presents a fundamentalist view of Christianity.
Hours after a federal court dealt a major blow to the Affordable Care Act, another court issued an opposite ruling. So, what does that mean for Obamacare?
Looking around, it's easy to think modesty is dead. Everywhere we look images tell us less is more. So, how much skin can a girl show before it's a sin?
The Tennessee state public library is putting a database of family bibles online.
President Barack Obama's signature healthcare law took one step forward and another back with two opposite rulings Tuesday on the law's subsidy provision.
American Christians are showing their support for the Jewish state at the the ninth annual Christians United for Israel summit.
Texas Gov. Rick Perry will send 1,000 National Guard troops to the Texas-Mexico border in the next month to combat criminals trying to cross into the U.S. illegally.
Flames have consumed more than 940,000 acres in Oregon and Washington state, as wildfires continue to burn across the western part of the country Tuesday.
Disadvantaged teens who attend top schools might not only get an academic boost, but their health could benefit as well, according to a new study published in the journal Pediatrics.
Americans view Jews, Catholics and evangelical Christians favorably while having negative perceptions about atheists and Muslims, according to a new Pew survey.
After losing his son, Pastor Greg Laurie is offering answers to people's deepest pain through a film about those who have survived through life's toughest experiences.
Many Christians are hoping that a massive spiritual assault they've launched on Washington, D.C., will spark the next Great Awakening.
Residents of a small Washington town and a nearby hospital are evacuating as wildfires close in on their homes.
A new polls shows 17 percent of Americans are more concerned about the border crisis than issues like the economy and healthcare.
A Colorado baker who refused to bake a wedding cake for a same-sex couple is appealing a 're-education' order from the Colorado Civil Rights Commission.
God is using the border crisis with illegal immigrant children to bring many of them to the Gospel.
California's death penalty system is so broken it is unconstitutional, U.S. District Court Judge Cormac J. Carney ruled Wednesday.
Commissioners in Hillsborough County, Florida, voted unanimously to prepare an amending law banning discrimination in the workplace based on sexual orientation.
Countless police cars are sitting idle in Memphis, Tennessee, one of the highest crime cities in the nation, after hundreds of officers called in with the so-called "Blue Flu."
A Guatemalan immigrant accused of killing his girlfriend has been arrested in Houston, the Homeland Security Department announced.
Mexico announced new efforts to cut the flow of migrants pushing through its extremely porous southern border on their way to the United States
Kentucky is now licensing pastoral counselors to help people with marital conflicts, addictions, and depression.
A small town outside of Detroit has become a battleground for illegal immigration protests.
Heavy rain is causing flash flooding across the country, forcing residents to evacuate their homes and businesses.
Denton, Texas, voters will now decide whether to allow fracking on new wells. If they reject it, they'll be the first city in this top oil producing state to say no.
As thousands of migrant kids flood U.S. borders, CBN News traveled to the epicenter of this surge to find out what's pushing them to make the dangerous journey.
Democrats in tough re-election races don't want to be seen with President Barack Obama.
President Barack Obama touched on some hot topics at Monday night's annual Iftar dinner hosted by the White House during the Islamic month of Ramadan.
With this summer's warm temperatures also come some major thunderstorms. Across the Northeast, violent systems are causing major damage.
Missouri Gov. Jay Nixon has vetoed legislation that would have allowed trained teachers to carry concealed guns.
An atheist is delivering the invocation in the New York town that won the U.S. Supreme Court case upholding its right to begin meetings with prayer.
CBN News travelled to several towns along the U.S.-Mexico border to look into the lives of the parents and children risking everything to escape their homelands.
In an attempt to both physically and psychologically transition Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl, the questionable former Taliban prisoner, the Army has announced he is now working a desk job.
Iowa Gov. Terry Branstad has signed a proclamation calling for prayer around the country to begin on July 14, 2014.
A school district in California is standing by its decision to ban any reference to God or Jesus in a high school graduation speech.
The daughter of famed evangelist Billy Graham has updated her book on heaven.
An extra-time goal gives Germany a win Sunday over Argentina and the World Cup title.
President Barack Obama met with religious leaders in Texas this week in hopes of finding a solution to the nation's border crisis.
A 15-year-old girl suburban Houston girl who survived an attack in which her parents and four younger siblings were killed says she's on the road to recovery.
Erica Campbell of the Grammy-winning singing duo Mary Mary opens up about her success as a solo artist and her collaboration with Hip Hop artist Lecrae.
The Director of Focus on the Family's entertainment review department Plugged in Online, discusses the highly anticipated "Dawn of the Apes" and the new DVD release "Ragamuffin."
A nonprofit group in the Netherlands, called "Just," is asking people to give up Facebook for approximately three months.
Homeland Security Secretary Jeh Johnson says U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement could run out of money by mid-August.
Former New Orleans Mayor Ray Nagin has been sentenced to 10 years in prison for bribery, money laundering, fraud and tax violations.
A church in Bradenton, Florida, got a first-hand lesson in forgiveness after their offering was stolen on Sunday.
Pro-life supporters are challenging New Hampshire's abortion clinic buffer zone after the Supreme Court struck down a similar rule in Massachusetts.
Chinese hackers broke into computer networks of the U.S. Personnel Management Office, seeking information on top-secret security clearances.
Former Maryland official Robin Bartlett Frazier says there's a war on religious liberty. She shares why she was willing to go to jail over the name "Jesus."
Deadly storms have moved through the northeastern part of the United States, killing at least five people, including a child.
A bank teller in Kentucky claims she was fired from her job for telling customers, "Have a blessed day."
Psychotherapist Angel Davis is making a bold claim: one spouse can save a marriage. Her theory is shocking but has proven to work.
Little Sisters of the Poor is on "The Dirty 100" list of groups that sued the Obama administration over its mandate to provide contraceptive coverage.
Although churches have worked with the Obama administration for weeks, they've not received guidance on how they can help the kids flooding the U.S. border.
Segments of the country are recovering from violent storms that hit Monday.
Chicago is reeling after a sudden escalation in deadly violence. Over the July 4th weekend, the biggest fireworks were the guns of gangbangers going off.
The NYT ran an ad criticizing the Catholic church and its members on the Supreme Court for the Hobby Lobby ruling, which has social media buzzing on both sides.
A Knoxville, Tennessee, man won the largest lottery jackpot ever awarded in the state's history: $250 million. But there's a twist.
The Transportation Security Administration is requiring some international passengers on U.S.-bound flights to power on their electronic devices in order to board.
When the U.S. National Security Agency intercepted the online accounts of legally targeted foreigners over a four-year period it also collected the conversations of nine times as many ordinary Internet users, both Americans and non-Americans, according to a probe by The Washington Post.
The excitement of acceptance into that dream college has passed. The first day of classes is still weeks away. But the resources provided by high school teachers and computer labs are no longer available for graduates.
Hurricane Arthur has been downgraded to a tropical storm as it churns north toward Canada.
It's Fourth of July weekend and you may be wondering if there's anything worth watching at the movies.
Missouri Gov. Jay Nixon has signed legislation protecting the religious rights of students in public schools.
The Supreme Court has given a break to an evangelical college that objects to the birth control mandate in Obamacare.
Hurricane Arthur is a holiday headache for many this Fourth of July as the Category 2 storm forced power outages and flooding in parts of Virginia and North Carolina.
The summer blockbuster movie season is here, and among the films that hit theaters this week is "Deliver Us From Evil."
Team USA's brilliant goal defense at the World Cup in Brazil has turned goalie Tim Howard into a social media sensation.
Anne Graham Lotz is asking thousands of people across the nation to answer a national call to prayer this week.
Louis Zamperini, an Olympic distance runner and World War II veteran has died at 97.
A veterans hospital in Albuquerque is under fire after a vet died waiting for an ambulance to take him to the emergency room just 500 yards away.
Police arrested a teenage girl in Denver for trying to provide support to the foreign terrorist organization known as the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS).
Government and non-profit agencies in Dallas are scrambling to take in thousands of immigrant children who crossed the border all alone.
Officials are pushing for tighter security at foreign airports with direct U.S. flights on concerns terrorists in Yemen and Syria are trying to develop a new generation of bombs.
Arthur, now a hurricane, is on track to batter the East Coast. It's prompting evacuations in states like North Carolina where its expected to hit hardest.
A federal judge in Kentucky struck down the state's ban on same-sex marriage, saying it's unconstitutional.
Tropical Storm Arthur is making its way north along the East Coast, threatening Fourth of July plans for the weekend.
Obamacare has hit another snag, and the new problems could jeopardize coverage for millions of people under the health care law.
The U.S. Supreme Court has confirmed this week that its Hobby Lobby ruling was meant to target the entire contraceptive mandate in Obamacare, not just certain methods.
The illegal immigrant crisis along the U.S.- Mexico border is fueling outrage in some towns across the United States.
A county commissioner in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, dismissed a man's lawsuit against county officials who are issuing same-sex marriage licenses.
Hollywood is taking a closer look at Christianity in a new documentary featuring Hillsong United, the world's most successful Christian worship band.
Monday's Supreme Court ruling that businesses are allowed to hold religious views is giving a major Catholic broadcaster a reprieve from Obamacare's contraception mandate.
The Supreme Court has rejected a challenge to California's ban on therapy for young people seeking help for same-sex attraction.
Severe weather across the United States could threaten Fourth of July celebrations.
The Supreme Court has delivered a blow to labor unions, ruling public sector unions can't force non-members to pay fees.
The Supreme Court says it won't get involved in the dispute over the war memorial cross on Mount Soledad in San Diego until a federal appeals court has its say.