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CBN Global Update: September 12, 2011

CBN French Africa enjoyed helping local pastors in three remote villages show Superbook Classic to their citizens using a...

Delores's Miracle

She was at a senior citizens dance when she suffered a stroke and lost the use of her left side.

News Channel Midday Edition: February 24, 2011

Watch the Feb. 24 edition of CBN News Channel's Midday News with Mark Martin. Top Stories -- Wisconsin Citizens...

News Channel Morning Edition: February 24, 2011

Watch the Feb. 24 edition of CBN News Channel's Morning News with Heather Sells and Charlene Israel. Top Stories...

US Commission: Pakistan Schools Teach Hatred

US Commission: Pakistan Schools Teach Hatred

Cambodia Flood Victims Receive Food, Supplies

Cambodia Flood Victims Receive Food, Supplies

Egypt's Military Blames Christians for Violence

Egypt's Military Blames Christians for Violence

Justices to Consider Extent of Gov't GPS Tracking

Justices to Consider Extent of Gov't GPS Tracking

Fed Up! Congress Flooded with Debt Debate Calls

Fed Up! Congress Flooded with Debt Debate Calls

Norway PM Vows to Fight Terror with Democracy

Norway PM Vows to Fight Terror with Democracy

U.S. Sees Rise in Alcohol, Drug Addicts Over 50

U.S. Sees Rise in Alcohol, Drug Addicts Over 50

Critics Blame 'Empire' Mentality for Gov't Waste

Critics Blame 'Empire' Mentality for Gov't Waste

Radical Islam on Rise in Egypt, Christians Afraid

Radical Islam on Rise in Egypt, Christians Afraid

Phares: How to Address Homegrown Terrorism

Phares: How to Address Homegrown Terrorism

Citizens Want Wisc. State Senators Recalled

Citizens Want Wisc. State Senators Recalled

London Groups Fight Gambling, Help Addicts

London Groups Fight Gambling, Help Addicts

Atty. General Warns of Homegrown Terror Threats

Atty. General Warns of Homegrown Terror Threats

Iran Forces on Alert as Economic 'Surgery' Begins

Iran Forces on Alert as Economic 'Surgery' Begins