January 2008 Headlines
While the Midwest is getting hammered, the Mideast also got hit by a surprising storm of its own.
An opposition lawmaker in Nairobi, Kenya was gunned down and killed early Tuesday.
Hamas and Egyptian guards are working together to re-close their border.
The Bush administration is set to re-energize its terrorism-fighting war efforts in Afghanistan. The U.S. is also refocusing on Pakistan, where al-Qaeda militants have been gaining strength.
CBNNews.com -- A car bomb exploded in a Christian neighborhood of Beirut on Friday killing at least five people and wounding at least 20 others.
A top Israeli defense official said Thursday that Israel wants to relinquish all responsibility for the Gaza Strip, including the supply of electricity and water, now that the territory's southern border with Egypt has been opened.
CBNNews.com - JERUSALEM, Israel - One Israeli was killed and six others injured Thursday evening in two separate terrorist attacks in the Jerusalem area.
Palestinians knocked down more of the fence along the Egypt-Gaza border today, causing yet another breach.
CBNNews.com -- Societe Generale, one of the oldest banks in France, has uncovered a fraud scheme worth more than $7.14 billion. If verified by financial experts, it could go down as the largest fraud in history.
Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad is going to Iraq.
Britain's monarchy is becoming environmentally-friendly, but with a high-tech twist.
The Federal Reserve cut a key interest rate by three-quarters of a point early today.
In a debate full of tense moments and terse comments, the leading Democratic frontrunners put on their gloves and took some serious jabs at one another Monday night.
CBNNews.com -- By Monday afternoon, Cubans should know the results of their island country's National Assembly parliamentary elections.
CBNNews.com - JERUSALEM, Israel - Israel Defense Forces (IDF) officials rejected claims by Hezbollah spiritual leader Sheikh Hassan Nasrallah that his group is holding body parts of Israeli soldiers killed in the Second Lebanon War.
French President Nicolas Sarkozy is drawing criticism from opponents for his frequent talk of God and faith.
U.S military officials in Iraq says they have secured 75 percent of Baghdad.
President Bush is declared January 16 "Religious Freedom Day."
Here's an update to a story CBN News told you about last spring when three Christians were found murdered in Turkey.
On Easter Sunday, April 8, 2007, Necati Aydin was in the performance of his life.
Israel's Prime Minister Ehud Olmert has lost a key party in his coalition government.
The president of Egypt, Hosni Mubarak, says he will work "hand-in-hand" with the United States to see a peace deal between the Israelis and the Palestinians.
Twenty-eight years after Deng Xiaoping launched his market reforms, millions of Chinese people are experiencing an economic miracle.
CBNNews.com - GAZA STRIP - An IDF (Israel Defense Forces) Golani Brigades soldier died of injuries sustained during a mortar shell attack Sunday morning, which wounded 20 other troops, one critically.
Singapore is a small country with some of the fastest growing Christian communities in Asia.
A fleet of high-speed Iranian boats, which threatened a U.S. naval convoy passing near Iranian waters, fled the scene as the American commanders were preparing to open fire.