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CBN NewsWatch: February 11, 2016

On CBN Newswatch, Feb. 11: Trump, Clinton head into SC with fierce competition on their heels; Federal government sues...

Midwest Residents Scramble to Save Homes from Record Flooding

Record flooding continues to worsen in the Midwest as the Mississippi river has reached seldom-seen levels.  

Flooded Missouri Rivers Swallowing up Entire Neighborhoods

Deadly storms in the Midwest are forcing people in Missouri to leave their homes and head to higher ground.

Chicago Officer Pleads Not Guilty to Murder of Black Teen

Chicago police officer Jason Van Dyke pleaded not guilty to six counts of first-degree murder in court Tuesday.

Midwest Residents Scramble to Guard against Deadly Weather

After a rare winter flood killed 18 people in Missouri and Illinois, federal officials are monitoring vulnerable levees that...

Dozens Killed as Deadly Storm System Moves East

A deadly storm system has killed at least 43 people in seven states and it's not over yet.

Why Students Don't Want Free Speech on Campus Anymore

Many college students today want to feel safe by demanding a ban on speech that makes them feel uncomfortable. This...

What Really Motivated Mizzou's President to Step Down?

Was racial injustice the reason for Missouri University Presisdent Tim Wolfe's ouster or the fact that the school would be forced...

Missouri U. Steps Up Security after New Racial Threats

The University of Missouri has increased security following new online racial threats and weeks of campus tension.

Mizzou Proposes Reform Initiatives after Racial Flap

One day after University of Missouri President Tim Wolfe and Chancellor R. Bowen Loftin announced plans to step down,...

Super Bowl Champ Benjamin Watson’s Racially Charged Facebook Post

Super Bowl champ and New Orleans Saints tight end Benjamin Watson caught everyone off-guard when he posted his opinion...

Latest Church Fire Has Authorities Questioning a Pattern

Another church has been set ablaze in St. Louis, making it the seventh church fire this month.

Survey: 1 in 4 College Women Report Unwanted Sexual Contact

Nearly a quarter of undergraduate women surveyed at more than two dozen universities say they experienced unwanted sexual contact.

Unfazed by a Stiff Prison Sentence

Even as the judge was sentencing Cornealious to 13 years in prison for his involvement in a robbery, he...

Former Major League Pitcher Struggled as Family Man

As a major league baseball pitcher for 14 years Andy Benes had it all put together. But behind the...

For Amelia Earhart Air Racers, the 'Sky is Home'

An all female air race kicked off to commemmorate Amelia Earhart's flight across the Atlantic ocean 87 years ago. Pilots...

Two More Drown as Bill Slams Central US

The remnants of Tropical Storm Bill are causing major flooding as the system moves further inland.

Undivided Church: A Second Chance to 'Do Justice'

Protests have unfolded in the last year over police shootings of unarmed blacks. That unrest has sparked Southern Baptist...