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CBN NewsWatch: July 15, 2016

On CBN Newswatch, July 15: 'It was horrendous': France reels as Bastille Day attack leaves 84 dead; Church asks...

News on The 700 Club: July 12, 2016

As seen on "The 700 Club," July 12: What a Trump presidency would look like: Nominee talks with Pat...

Transgender Boys in Girls' Locker Rooms a New Civil Right?

School districts across the country are scrambling to develop policies for transgender students. They're facing financial pressure from the...

Racial Rejection Sparks a Movement of Love

After an all-white church turned him away, Vincent was determined to worship with those he considered brethren in the...

The 700 Club - February 9, 2016

A Civil Rights pioneer reflects on the fight for voting equality. Plus, Faytene was diagnosed with liver disease, but...

Indiana Showdown Intensifies over Religious vs. Gay Rights

There is vocal opposition on both sides of Indiana's latest attempt to balance civil rights protections for homosexuals and...

How Bob Beckel Survived Addiction: 'But for God, I'd Be Dead'

Bob Beckel has had his hands in Washington politics for more than four decades. But as he explains in...

Alveda King on Rewriting Civil Rights Act for LGBT

Dr. Alveda King, niece of slain civil rights leader Martin Luther King, Jr, is weighing in on the issue...

Obama Supports Updating Civil Rights Act for LGBT

The Obama administration has said it supports the Equality Act, a federal measure intended to outlaw discrimination against LGBT people.

Black Clergy Continue Campaign against Sanger Bust

The fight to remove Planned Parenthood founder Margaret Sanger's controversial bust from the National Portrait Gallery is ongoing.

The 700 Club - August 6, 2015

50 years after the Voting Rights Act was signed into law, Rev. Jesse Douglas shares stories of his time...

Civil Rights Pioneer Reflects on Fight for Voting Equality

Rev. Jesse Douglas recalls the time he spent co-laboring with Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. and the struggle that...

DOJ Settles with Cleveland in Excessive Force Case

Cleveland is expected to reach a settlement with the U.S. Justice Department over the city's pattern of excessive police...

Songs of Hope: White House Celebrates Gospel Music

President Barack Obama and the first lady invited top recording artists to the White House Tuesday for a celebration...

Called to Carry the King Family Legacy

Daughter of legendary civil rights leaders, Bernice King carries on her family’s work to defeat social injustice as she...

Slavery: Not as Black and White as History Reports

Slavery: Not as Black and White as History Reports

The 700 Club - February 9, 2015

Pete’s life was consumed by his addiction to crack until he witnessed an overdose. Plus, Sisters Barbara Shores and...

Twist on Cake Case Raises Questions on Speech Rights

Twist on Cake Case Raises Questions on Speech Rights