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Winning the Hearts, Minds of Afghanistan

U.S. forces are winning the hearts and minds of Afghans living in what was once the most violent region...

Changing Lives

A ministry to the hungry is doing more than fill empty stomaches. It's also changing lives.

Kidnapped and Tortured

Christian evangelists in Pakistan and Afghanistan risk their lives to share the Gospel.

Investment Tips from King Solomon

CPA Robert Katz seeks to guide Americans through these shaky economic times by steering them to the Word of God.

Budget Crunch? Big Tips for Spending Smart

Author Greg Karp says that if you want to start building weath, you have to face this truth: you...

Chuck Norris Issues Wake-Up Call to U.S.

Many know him as a martial arts master and actor. But these days, Chuck Norris is playing another role...

Terrorists Look West for New Recruits

The most common untraditional jihadist to emerge is the white convert to radical Islam.

Hundreds Protest Atheistic Holiday Display

Hundreds of people showed up at the Washington State capitol for a rally against a holiday display that claims...

U.S. Muslims Helping Holy War Abroad?

Officials are concerned that the disappearance of Somali men in the U.S. could be linked to terrorism.

Gaza Jihad: Calm before the Storm

Islamic Jihad may be driven by hate for Israel, but there's an element of respect as they train for war.

'Seller' Beware: The Latest in Online Scams

Selling a car or other big-ticket item on the Internet can prove to be hazardous if you're not careful.

Israel on Alert for Settler Violence

Israeli officials brace for violence on the West Bank after a government raid on Jewish settlers in a disputed...

Rick Tyler on the Capitol Visitor Center Controversy

CBN News interviews Rick Tyler, of Renewing American Leadership, concerning America's faith heritage and the new Capitol Visitor Center...

'God' Hard to Find in New Capitol Center

The new $621 million Capitol Visitor Center just opened for them Tuesday. But it came with some controversy.

Fight Continues Against AIDS in Africa

Monday, Dec. 1, is World Aids Day, a time to raise awareness about a disease on the rise around...

Tent Cities: Homeless Villages on the Rise

Most say Seattle is a jewel of the Pacific Northwest, boasting popular success stories. But a closer look paints...

Investigations Continue in Mumbai Attacks

Security forces had been scouring the Taj Mahal hotel for booby traps and bodies.

France Offers Lesson on Nuclear 101

Nuclear power -- it's cheap, reliable, and abundant energy. And France has found great use of it.