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Chris Carmichael: Winning at Life

Chris Carmichael is a successful personal trainer, but he's mostly known for being the man behind seven-time Tour de...

Mogadishu Warlords Battle for Turf

Every day on the streets of Mogadishu, dozens fall victim to clan warfare.

OB Provides Relief to War Torn Somalia

The threat of jihad isn't stopping CBN's Operation Blessing from doing relief work in Somalia.

Holly Clegg: Gulf Coast Recipes

Holly demonstrates fabulous and calorie-reduced holiday meals.

Election '08: The View from China

The American election has also proven quite fascinating for one group of visiting international journalists: students from China.

Dr. Arnon Krongrad: Eradicate Prostate Cancer

Dr. Arnon Krongrad, a pioneering urologist, talks to Pat Robertson about preventing prostate cancer in men.

Rob Parr's Celebrity Workout

The celebrity fitness trainer demonstrates a star workout for women.

China's Churches Facing Leader Shortages

In China the church is growing so fast there's a shortage of pastors. And finding new ones isn't easy.

China Makes Strides in War with Pollution

Beijing has made massive strides in cleaning up the city for the Olympics. But China's war with pollution is...

China Steps Up Olympic Security

China has spent more than $50 million to make the Beijing Olympics the most secure in Olympic history.

Torch Returns to China Following Aftershocks

The Olympic torch began its tour of China's earthquake-ravaged Sichuan province - the last stop before it heads to Beijing.

The Creek Rises to Embrace Families With Disabilities

Indian Creek Christian Church in Indianapolis, Indiana, is being honored for their Access Disability Ministry.

Extreme Makeovers Making Extreme Impact

America has watched ABC's Extreme Makeover Home Edition transform families' lives with new homes beyond their wildest dreams for...

Are Consumers Banking on Congress?

Consumer groups blame the federal government for not protecting the consumer from unfair credit practices.

Saving Lives with Simple Measures

Without roads or access to medicine, a family in East India faces certain death from cerebral malaria.

Helping Africa: Bush's Greatest Legacy?

President Bush is on a mission in Africa to showcase the success of an historic foreign policy: his emergency...

Drowning in Debt

Mike and Monique began their marriage $50,000 in debt. Then they tried a financial strategy that paid off. The...

Ink Fading for Troubled Newspaper Industry

The newspaper is in dire straits, and there's no talk of any billion dollar bailouts.