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The recent conflict between the Islamists and the government of Somalia has sent a flood of thousands of Somalis into Kenya. George Thomas looks at the plight of the refugees and what makes these camps fertile soil for Al Qaeda recruiters.
Tina’s credit card debt was over $25,000. She started tithing and giving to the 700 Club and was able to pay off her debt. Today she owns her own home and runs a mortgage company.
It was just like any other day until 19-year-old Cameron Hollepeter had a seizure.
McLaughlin, who served two tours in Iraq, discusses his life as a military chaplain.
Things may appear quiet in the Gaza Strip these days, but there's a lot of activity going on that you don't see.
One pastor is challenging his congregation and Christians across the country not to gossip for at least eight days.
How does Israel, one of the world's smallest countries, produce more startup companies than many of the world's most developed nations?
Pat Robertson answers questions about national ID cards, religious freedom, and cell phones and the environment.
Sixty years ago today, May 14, 1948, the modern State of Israel was born.
Jodee Blanco gives practical advice to schools and communities on how to prevent bullying.
The author talks about Israel and how it may be one of the smallest countries in the world, but it is a global leader in technology.
Watch CBN News Tonight with George Thomas and Wendy Griffith. Top Stories: Osama Bin Laden's comments to the U.S., plans for health care reform, cell phone use concerns, and more.
Pam Bolden-Carter tried to kill herself by overdosing when she was 15 and was thinking about suicide again. Then one day, she heard a Voice say, "Call The 700 Club."
World-famous, Christian runner and ex-congressman Jim Ryun is now promoting hearing awareness, something he knows about first-hand.
Watch CBN News Morning with Charlene Israel and Heather Sells. Top Stories: Cell Phone Driving Study, Health Care reform loses Democrat support, "In God We Trust" lawsuit, and more.
CBN News reporter Gary Lane takes a look at the tiny Christian church in the Buddhist nation of Bhutan.
A new survey finds that one in four cell phone users text while they drive. The consequences are dangerous and can be deadly.
Rebecca Hagelin's new book gives faith-oriented parents 30 doable steps to strengthen their relationship with their children.