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While Iran gathers ingredients and know-how for nuclear weapons, its leaders are also busy trying to build up Israel's enemies in the West Bank and Gaza Strip.
You've seen The Passion of the Christ. Now see the story from the beginning. Oscar Isaac discusses the upcoming Nativity movie and his important role.
President Bush met with the news media today to talk about the war in Iraq, just 13 days away from an election where Americans' dissatisfaction with that war may be a big factor.
Israel's summer-long military campaign in the Gaza Strip has held down the number of attacks on Israelis. But a rising tide of Islamist fervor in Gaza could bring future chaos…
Lee Webb goes to Richmond, Virginia, to investigate the untold story of Stonewall Jackson.
Bishop Efraim Tendero is calling on the true Christians to change their communities.
As CEO of World Missions for his mother Joyce Meyer's ministry, David will tell of their month-long outreach in Cambodia and how God moved when the final meeting was cancelled.
Sunday, September 23, 2007, marks the 150th anniversary of one of the world's most unique revivals, and what some call America's last Great Awakening.
The Oak Ridge Boy and his wife suffered the devastation of their historic home by tornado back in 2006. By God's grace, they were kept safe.
Operation al Qaeda: Rule the Mideast
Does war tend to strengthen or weaken the faith of those fighting? A man who has collected more than 80,000 soldier letters has an answer.
Four hundred years ago much of the world viewed America as a mission field, never dreaming it would one day become a nation that would send thousands of missionaries around the world.
Carver fell in love with the wonders of nature - a passion that earned him a nick name that lasted a lifetime.
For nearly 400 years, America's Ivy League school's have helped shape America for better or worse.
As many as one million people, mostly women and children, are traded for forced sex or servitude in countries from Asia to the former Soviet Union to Europe to the Middle East.
The Bush administration kicked off 2007 with a controversial new strategy in Iraq. But critics say his new plan may be too little, too late.
Every day on the streets of Mogadishu, dozens fall victim to clan warfare.
Pat Robertson recently interviewed the American Enterprise Institute's Frederick W. Kagan, who helped develop the President's new plan.