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Three Iraqi children came to Israel this month for open-heart surgery. Israel has no diplomatic ties with Iraq, yet doctors are giving life-saving treatment to these children. It's all part of "Save a Child's Heart" -- a group that ... ...
On Good Friday 2012 a Navy jet crashed into an apartment complex and not one person was killed.
Overlooked as a child, Ronnie dulled the pain with substance abuse that eventually left him homeless and suicidal.
Surrender the Secret," a new 10-part web series on KnockTV is addressing the post-traumatic plight of women who have had abortions.
A growing number of medical experts say weight gain, heart disease, and other illnesses are not caused by high cholesterol, but by something different: inflammation.
Are you often sad during the winter? Doctors have recognized the winter blues as a medical condition. The good news is you can beat it!
When Hurricane Sandy hit New York City, thousands were forced from their homes. But shelters have been providing a place to sleep long before this crisis. They're also restoring hope.
Survivor and author Theresa Flores shares her story of trafficking and slavery while living in an upper-middle class suburb of Detroit, Michigan.
Obamacare will roll out as written and have a life-altering effect on every American. But attorney Betsy McCaughey says there are steps you can take to weather the impact.
America is suffering from one of the worst flu seasons in years. CBN News shares tips on how you can try to keep the flu out of your home.
In the northernmost parts of Siberia, Peter Khudi is braving the frigid temperatures to share the gospel with remote tribes.
You may have heard about Colorado Springs and Orlando---Christian "Mecca Cities" for ministry organizations, but have you heard about Chiang Mai?.It's a missions hub located in northern Thailand and it’s become a launching pad for hundreds ... ...
U.S. gymnast Gabby Douglas became the darling of the 2012 Summer Olympic games, winning two golds. But her journey contained many bumps. She shares her story with CBN News's Charlene Israel.
A quarter of all Egyptians live at or below the poverty level, millions of them are widows and orphans. Several are surviving with the help of American and Egyptian Christians.
When it comes to porn, no one's immune. Teens, bombarded with these images through the Internet, are growing up in a world awash in X-rated material.
For first responders, learning to work as an effective team takes preparation and practice. CBN News went underground to a tunnel in West Virginia to see that training at work.
Lou Gehrig's disease is a deadly illness for which there is currently no cure. But a new treatment has been shown to slow and even stop its progression.
The federal government is phasing out traditional light bulbs, with the 100-watt bulb first to go. Is this an energy-saving move or another government power grab?