October 2015 Headlines
As many as four of the 26 long-range cruise missiles that Russia said it fired at Syrian targets landed instead in Iran, two U.S. defense officials said Thursday.
Russian hackers were not the only ones trying to access Hillary Clinton's emails.
U.S. Defense Secretary Ashton Carter has made it clear the United States will not cooperate with Russia in Syria.
British Prime Minister David Cameron is raising red flags about radical Islam's influence in Great Britain.
A movie-length documentary is being released about a recent expedition for what would be one of the biggest archeological finds in history.
Nuclear smugglers in Eastern Europe have been caught trying to sell radioactive material to Islamic State terrorists.
In the world's most populous nation, in the midst of Communism and atheism, Christian bookstore owners are thriving on reaching China's masses with God's Word.
President Barack Obama on Wednesday apologized to Doctors Without Borders for the American air attack that killed at least 22 people at a medical clinic in Afghanistan.
A Bangladesh pastor is alive today, thanks to his wife who heard his screams as he was being attacked by three men.
With the Russian economy in the tank, the ruble tied to oil prices, and a military buildup in Syria, world leaders are wondering what President Vladimir Putin is really doing in the region.
Russia's bombing blitz in Syria is raising new tensions with NATO after Russian fighter jets flew briefly into Turkey's airspace on two separate occasions over the weekend.
The EU migrant wave is now leading to violence against Christians, Yazidis and Kurds, and President Obama’s pledge to accept thousands into the U.S. creating opposition in some communities concerned about terrorism.
ISIS is continuing the destruction of historical sites in Syria.
ISIS has Rome in their crosshairs, but how real is the threat? One author unravels the terrorists' strategy to start an "Islamic Armaggedon."
On CBN News Weekend, Oct. 3: Russia carried out airstrikes in Syria, but against whom? Many are standing up for religious freedom in the United States, even if it means jailtime.
The Vatican is seeking to distance Pope Francis from Kentucky county clerk Kim Davis after his visit with her last week in the United States.
Russian fighter jets dropped bombs deep into the heart of Syria. But instead of hitting ISIS, they destroyed targets where U.S.-backed rebels are fighting the Assad regime. CBN's Gary Lane, George Thomas, and Chris Mitchell discuss what's really going.
President Barack Obama and Secretary of State John Kerry say they welcome Russian efforts to defeat ISIS. But some U.S. officials are questioning Moscow's motives.