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Israeli leaders believe Iran poses a threat to the very existence of the state of Israel. It is a threat some say might cause Israel to use military force.
Today, the English are the most surveilled in the world. With less than one-quarter of America's population, Britain has nearly three million surveillance cameras in the country…
A big Democrat win in this November's elections could jumpstart a contentious debate in Congress that has raged since the late 1980s. It's a debate that could let government decide what you can watch and hear on radio and TV…
Former White House speechwriter, Michael Gerson is back in the private sector, but he still continues his passion for public policy.
Why do sex predators like this Web site? Here's a warning for children and parents..
Medical reports have assaulted the public about whether seafood is healthy or not for years. Tuesday the government tried to clear that up…
A former member of President Bush's faith-based initiative claimed the program was used for political purposes. David Kuo says the President didsn't fulfill his promises to put enough money into the initiative.
Michael Catt: 'Facing the Giants' of Hollywood
Regent University School of Law represents two of the four regional teams that will move towards the national round of the tournament in April.
There's a growing movement to forcibly tag or chip your animals with radio frequency identification devices. Many privacy advocates believe this could lead to a scarier level: implanting you and me. Now, there is an effort to stem the tide.
After one fight too many, this pro skater was on probation and was sent to do community service at a Christian thrift store. Little did Brian know, it was a divine appointment.
The future of abstinence education is in doubt because much of its funding could get cut by Congress.
White House press secretary Tony Snow talks to CBN News about the press, the president and his fight with cancer.
Ever since 9/11, Americans have been bombarded with the message that Islam is a religion of peace. Gordon Robertson interviews Robert Spencer on the real story Muslims don't want you to hear.
He's the man behind 8 Minute Abs. Now Jaime Brenkus wants you to get lean and mean in 15 days.
The old-fashioned romance associated with Valentine's Day is no longer a reality for many young people.
The retired history professor will discuss the need to put religion back into the teaching of our nation's founding.
He is one of the country's leading public health advocates, and he's solved the mystery to weight loss and nutrition in his book, The Diet Detective's Count Down.