September 2012 Headlines
Lebanese American Elie Hasbani never dreamed he'd live in Milwaukee, and he never imagined he'd be running a marathon.
At least 14 people were killed Monday when a suicide bomber drove a bike laden with explosives into a patrol of Afghan and international forces.
Embassy urges caution after report of credible threat as House subcommittee holds up Obama Administation aid request for Egypt.
The United States government has warned American citizens in the Philippine capital of Manila to be on alert for security threats in the area.
In recent months, many Christian churches have been forcibly closed in the world's most populous Muslim nation.
With U.S. and Israeli representatives boycotting the speech, Ahmadenijad said his country is threatened by "uncivilized Zionists."
Legislators in the Chamber of Deputies decided just before midnight Tuesday to narrowly approve an updated abortion bill by a 50-49 vote.
Syrian refugees angry over harsh living conditions in their desert tent camp rioted and clashed with police on Tuesday.
Nigeria's military said the crackdown is meant to disrupt Boko Haram, but at least 36 people were also killed in the process.
President Obama vowed before the U.N. that anti-American rage among Muslims abroad will never force the United States to backtrack on diplomacy.
Christians in the United Kingdom are taking the scripture "shout for joy to the Lord" seriously.
A radical muslim cleric has lost an appeal and will soon be extradited to the United States to face terrorism charges.
An Iranian commander said the Islamic Republic would launch a pre-emptive strike against should Israel if it believes the Jewish state is about to attack its nuclear facilities.
Ahead of trip to the U.S., Egypt's President Morsi says he wants to be 'real friends' with the U.S.
The Pakistan government declared Friday "Love for the Prophet Day" so Muslims could protest the anti-Islam film that's been blamed for riots around the world.
A British charity is accused of helping fund Boko Haram, a militant Islamic group in Nigeria that has claimed responsibility for several church attacks.
The U.S. has been funneling millions of dollars overseas to family planning services. Specifically, USAID launched an family planning ad campaign in Uganda.
Two protesters die in militia compound attack.
Defense Secretary Leon Panetta said the surge of 33,000 additional troops accomplished its mission.
What's the real goal of those leading the Mideast Muslim protests? It could be more about an upcoming debate at the United Nations than an anti-Muslim film.
A Pakistani businessman accused of blasphemy against the Islamic Prophet Mohammed has been threatened with death.
A French magazine published caricatures of the Islamic prophet Mohammad in its latest edition, sparking more outrage among Muslim.
Anti-Semitism is once again on the rise in Europe and as CBN found recently in Brussels, much of it is driven by a growing Muslim population.
The Australian House of Representatives voted 98-42 against the first of four measures meant to allow gay marriage.
As Muslim fury sweeps the Mideast, there's been a spike in insider killings in Afghanistan: Afghan soldiers, trained by their NATO allies, suddenly turn on them.
Violent attacks on U.S. missions in the Middle East have created a foreign relations crisis, and it stems partly from blasphemy laws in the region.
Myanmar democracy leader Aung San Suu Kyi met with Secretary of State Hillary Clinton to discuss economic sanctions in the country.
An Islamist terrorist group said a suicide attack in Kabul that left at least 12 people dead was revenge for the anti-Muslim film that's sparked Mideast rioting.
More than two years after a 7.0-magnitude earthquake shook the island nation of Haiti and shattered so many hopes and dreams, the country is still rebuilding.
Christians who have had their lives turned around arrived from different countries on a mission to help Colombia's street people.
Libyans say U.S. Ambassador Chris Stevens was alive when they found him in a safe house during the Sept. 11 attacks on the U.S. Consulate in Benghazi.
Muslim anger over an anti-Islamic film continued Tuesday, with a rare appearance by Hezbollah chief Sheik Hassan Nasrallah adding fuel to the fire.
The U.S.-led operation in the Persian Gulf comes as tensions between Iran and Israel escalate over the Islamic Republic's nuclear program.
The Pope is back in Rome Monday after a three-day visit to Lebanon he described as a pilgrimage of peace.
Protests surrounding an anti-Islam film have now spread from the Middle East to other parts of the globe -- and aren't expected to calm down anytime soon.
Libya's president says al Qaeda is responsible for the deadly attack at the U.S. Consulate in Benghazi. But an FBI probe is uncovering a different story.
The top commander in Iran's powerful Revolutionary Guard warned Sunday that his country's missiles will ensure "nothing will remain" of Israel if it takes military action against Tehran over its controversial nuclear program.
As anti-America violence continues across the Middle East, many are wondering what warnings the United States may've had before the deadly attack in Libya.
Heavily armed insurgents attacked a British air base in southern Afghanistan Friday, killing two U.S. Marines and wounding several other troops, U.S. officials said.
Al Qaida calls for more attacks on U.S.embassies in the Muslim world.
The violence in Egypt and Libya is sparking calls from thousands of Americans to end U.S. funding for those countries.
The gubernatorial elections in Indonesia on Sept. 20 is getting a lot of attention because of its Christian candidate.
Angus Buchan was a simple farmer who dared to tell others about Jesus. Now he leads crusades in Africa.
President Obama said he won't spell out specific boundaries Iran can't cross in its nuclear program before facing U.S. military action.
Angry Muslim demonstrators in Jordan, Bangladesh, Iran, Iraq, Sudan, Tunisia, and even Israel, are now joining the anti-American protests.
A young Christian girl has been released on bail after spending two weeks in jail on charges she blasphemed against the Koran.
Church members of a Russian evangelical church in Moscow that the government demolished this week gathered to pray early Sunday morning among the ruins of their once-standing church.
The former president of Open Doors USA warned CBN News that Iran's Pastor Yousef Nadarkhani may be more at risk now that he's been released.
U.S. lawmakers are investigating reports that Chinese authorities harvested the human organs of prisoners for profit.
Egypt President Mohammed Morsi has condemned Tuesday's deadly attacks on the U.S. consulate in Benghazi, Libya, and has vowed to protect foreign embassies in Cairo.
Muslim protestors launched more attacks on a U.S. embassy Thursday, this time in Yemen. The mob stormed the consulate, chanting "death to America."
President Obama condemned the killing of the U.S. ambassador to Libya in "the strongest possible terms," Wednesday, and vowed to bring the perpetrators to justice.
Students in high schools across Britain are being watched, even while they're in the bathroom.
Tariq Ramadan's grandfather founded the Muslim Brotherhood. While he denies ties to the group, he also claims there's "nothing in his heritage" he rejects.
New intelligence reveals Iran is working on a nuclear bomb, according to diplomats who shared their insight with The Associated Press.
The United Nation's top human rights official criticized Syria and Bahrain for significant human rights issues Monday, while also citing Western countries.
Save the Children spokesperson Ghulam Qadri said Pakistan's Interior Ministry gave the charity's foreign staff a two-week notice to leave the South Asian nation.
Costa Rican authorities are assessing the damage from a powerful magnitude 7.6 earthquake that shook the country Wednesday, killing one person.
According to reports, Afghan personnel have opened fire on foreign troops -- most of them American -- 30 times so far this year, killing at least 45.
A public notary in Sao Paulo, Brazil, has granted two women and a man the right to live together in a civil union, sparking outrage from Christian groups.
Roughly a 100,000 people fled Syria during August, according to the U.N. -- the highest monthly number of refugees since the conflict began last March.
The Rev. Sun Myung Moon, founder of the Unification Church, died Monday near his home in Gapyeong, northeast of Seoul. He was 92.
A Pakistani imam now faces blasphemy charges for setting up a learning disabled teen.
Iran and North Korea have signed a scientific and technological cooperation agreement, bringing the two nations deeply at odds with the U.S. closer together.