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Healthy Habits for Avoiding Blood Infections

Each year about 750,000 Americans develop sepsis because of an infection, and nearly a third will die from the...

News Channel Midday Edition: June 16, 2010

Watch CBN News Midday with Mark Martin. Top Stories: BP Disaster Becoming Political Problem for Obama, Fed Adopts Credit...

News on The 700 Club: June 16, 2010

As seen on The 700 Club's nationally televised broadcast for Wednesday, June 16, the top headlines from CBN News...

News Channel Morning Edition: April 20, 2010

Watch CBN News Morning with Efrem Graham. Top Stories: European Airlines Resume Some Flights Despite Volcano, Senate Dems Push...

Chris Quilala on Jesus Culture, the Music and the Movement

The Bethel Church worship leader talks about impacting the youth for Jesus Christ.

Kim Cash Tate Goes Colorblind

Kim was consumed with African American culture and she harbored a contempt for other races, until a relationship with...

Doug Varrieur: No More Sugar

The author shows how he lost 100 pounds and kept it off by not consuming hidden sugar.

Holiday Shopping Myths

Christmas shopping can be expensive and even overwhelming, but consumer expert Johnny McCoy says it doesn't have to be....

Red Storm Rising: China Makes Her Mark

Napoleon Bonaparte once said of China, “Let her sleep, for when she wakes, she will shake the world.” When...

Ingrid Lee: Restoration after Abuse

Broken bones, ruptured ear drums... Ingrid Lee suffered from her abusive relationships in silence. However, her tears were not...

Does Eating Fish Pose a Health Risk?

Despite assurances from the seafood industry, consumers are a bit worried about the safety of fish.

Big Bucks Motivate 'Return Fraud'

It's estimated that returning stolen merchandise costs stores close to 16 billion dollars a year. It also drives prices...

Micro-Targeting Could be Key to Election

It's that time of year where doors get knocked on and pavement gets pounded. Recently, the G.O.P. has been...

Would Dems Revive the Fairness Doctrine?

A big Democrat win in this November's elections could jumpstart a contentious debate in Congress that has raged since...

Report: Seafood Benefits Outweigh Risks

Medical reports have assaulted the public about whether seafood is healthy or not for years. Tuesday the government tried...

Side Impact: Improving Driver Safety?

A study out today says side impact airbags can reduce driver death by 37 percent.

Aurelio Baretto III: The Millionaire Blues

He was the businessman who had it all. Aurelio Baretto visits The 700 Club to share how one simple...

Gibson Says He is Not Anti-Semitic

Mel Gibson apologizes for making anti-semitic remarks to the officer who arrested him for drunk driving.