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Can the Olympics Boost China's Image?

China hopes the Games will help transform its international image, but building that reputation has been a challenge.

Hollywood, Military Join Forces on War Films

Critics blame bad ticket sales on the war. Others say it's the anti-American message. Can Hollywood and the military...

Five Big Lies about American Business

Michael Medved talks about why the free market system is better for America.

News Channel Midday Edition December 9, 2009

Watch CBN News Midday with Mark Martin. Top Stories: Senate Rejects Abortion Funding Amendment, Leaked Documents Stirs Criticism at...

Coptic Priest Fearlessly Spreading God's Word

Father Zakaria Botros is perhaps the most hated man in the Middle East. He's confronting Islam with an in-your-face...

Ahmadinejad's Divine Mission

Despite criticism of him and his regime, the 53-year-old president of Iran is a deeply religious man.

Can Washington D.C. Ever Be Fixed?

Many are saying that the nation's seat of power is in desperate need of repair on both sides of...

News Channel Morning Edition November 19, 2009

Watch CBN News Morning with Charlene Israel. Top Stories: Palin Book Tour Feels More Like Campaign, Holder Draws Criticism...

How Severe is Influenza Season?

The southern hemisphere has already gone through its flu season, and swine flu was widespread, but fairly mild.

The Miracle Called Israel

Sixty years ago today, May 14, 1948, the modern State of Israel was born.

Netanyahu: Let the Third Reich be a Lesson

With time running out, how will the world respond to Netanyahu's warning of perhaps the greatest threat to peace...

Crime Ridden City Called to Prayer

The residents of Birmingham have pledged support for their mayor's plan to take God's Word into their community.

Boy Scouts Defend their Honor

The Boy Scouts of America may lose their national headquarters if they don't change their policy banning homosexuals.

Creating a Purpose Driven Nation

Rick Warren has traveled more than 9,000 miles to help Rwanda become the first 'purpose driven nation.'

National Doctor Shortage Putting Patients at Risk

Quite possibly the biggest problem facing the health care system today is a frightening shortage of doctors.

Bishop's Story: Lesson for Health Care Reform?

Jennifer Wishon recently spent time with a familiar face who knows how precious time is when you're sick.

Drive-By Deliverance

Susie never had a doubt that she'd go from terminal to totally healed. She gave up on driving the...

Hillary Clinton Fights On

Hillary Clinton talks with CBN News about the critics, her faith, and the presidential campaign.