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Five years after the 9/11 attacks, America's intelligence community remains a target of public scrutiny…
Pat Robertson interviews John Bolton, former US Ambassador to the UN, on Pakistan's political struggles.
A tall glass of milk may not be as safe as you think it is. CBN News Science & Medical Reporter Gailon Totheroh investigates why rBGH is being banned.
Iran still nags the U.S. almost 30 years following the hostage crisis that helped bring down a presidency.
After all the setbacks, are things finally starting to turn the corner in Iraq?
An idea to change the world was set in motion 30 years ago this week. Read about the founding of Regent University.
Rudy Giuliani ventured into conservative territory Tuesday with a speech at Regent University. The GOP presidential candidate won smiles with his views on leadership, but he could face some challenges on his moderate social positions.
The United States has spent millions to bolster the Palestinian government, but there are two competing governments.
After a week of reeling through the painful events, thousands of students are back in Blacksburg, having made the difficult decision to return to Virginia Tech.
She's serious about saving sex for marriage, and author/speaker Lakita Garth wants teens and adults alike to know that virginity is not only practical but possible.
This year marks the 400th anniversary of Jamestown, America’s first permanent English colony.
Andy Delbridge was diagnosed with the most deadly form of cancer. He and his wife Nancy thought that was the worst news but more was to come.
As we learn more about MSG's impact - on obesity, the brain, the heart and even cancer - consumers wonder what to do. Gailon Totheroh helps guide us through what foods we should avoid.
MSG is implicated in more than just obesity and neurological afflictions. Now the evidence is indicating the nation’s two top killers, heart disease and cancer, have an excitotoxic connection.
The Bush administration kicked off 2007 with a controversial new strategy in Iraq. But critics say his new plan may be too little, too late.
Amniotic fluid stem cells may eventually offer promising treatments without the ethical downside. No embryos are destroyed.
The last few days have really been about ordinary Americans who came to remember one who healed nation in crisis.
The nation lowers its flags to half mast as millions pay their respect to President Gerald Ford.