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Behind the bars of this California prison, Ron Zaucha thought hope was lost forever. Today, he stands free in more ways than one.
Feature Story: After a night bar-hopping, this tough biker went for a ride.
He was wrongly accused and sent to prison for a crime he didn't commit. See how this ordinary man from Ada, Oklahoma, learned the true meaning of justice.
You can bounce back from surgery or any hospital stay with the right information. The 700 Club and Dr. Michael Roizen investigate infections and what causes them.
Napoleon Bonaparte once said of China, “Let her sleep, for when she wakes, she will shake the world.” When the French emperor uttered those famous words of warning, few ever imagined the China of the 21st century.
Meet the man behind the rhythm -- Zoro the Drummer. He’s rocked the stage with famous names like Lenny Kravitz, and during his stellar 20-year career, Zoro has toured with New Edition, Bobby Brown, Jodi Watley and Sean Lennon.
On Nov. 23, a criminal court charged the men under Article 301 of the Turkish penal code for allegedly insulting "Turkishness" and inciting hate while "trying to convert other Turks to Christianity."
In the Philippines, more than 220,000 children live on the streets of its major cities.
It's estimated that returning stolen merchandise costs stores close to 16 billion dollars a year. It also drives prices up - so you pay more for what you buy.
Matt Eddy, president of Habersham Furniture, is running one of the most successful businessess in America, and he has a very unique business philosophy.
Fifteen-year-old Wen Juan of China is a princess in her parents’ eyes. Mr. and Mrs. Tian found her abandoned by a train station.
He was a legend on the air but off the air he was battling alcoholism. See how legendary sports broadcaster Pat Summerall made the comeback of a lifetime.
Seeing someone collapse can be a scary experience but if you know what to do, you could save a life. EMS Chief Bruce Nedelka provides tips on how to handle any emergency situation.
As his wife walked out the door, she told Ron Brown, "I love you. But I just can't watch you kill yourself." Would it be enough to keep him off drugs?
Whether it's singing in front of thousands of teenage girls or an audience of One, Backstreet Boy Brian Littrell is finally comfortable baring his soul.
She goes into topless bars and asks for lap dances. But it's not what you think. Heather Veitch returns to The 700 Club to explain how her ministry takes her back to the very places where she used to dance.
She went from making big dollars as a pharmacist to making pennies mopping floors in prison. What went wrong? And why was she reading the Bible in a shower stall?
In Russia, some Christians aren't allowed to have church buildings. One congregation in Moscow has been fighting to build a church for 15 years.