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America's Debt Problem Reaching Disaster Level?
Europe Delays Major Decision on Debt Crisis
Merkel Rejects 'Quick Fix' for EU Debt Crisis
Gold Losing 'Safe Haven' Status amid Debt Crisis?
Fears of economic Armageddon plagued much of 2011. Mindful of current global unrest, some experts say America's financial future is up in the air.
As governments worldwide face money trouble, economists and investors are watching and waiting -- hoping the world doesn't fall off the financial precipice.
As seen on The 700 Club's nationally televised broadcast for Nov. 30, the top headlines from CBN News include -- Nevada the New Poster Child for US Economy, Europe Defers Major Decision on Debt Crisis, and more.
Watch CBN NewsWatch with Lee Webb and Lorie Johnson. Top Stories: More problems in the Gulf Coast oil spill, Greece's growing debt crisis, religious freedom and the Obama administration, and more.
Watch the Nov. 14 edition of CBN News Channel's Midday News with Mark Martin. Top Stories: EU Debt Crisis Reaching Financial Meltdown; Black Friday Run Amok? Critics Launch Web Protest, and more.
As seen on The 700 Club's nationally televised broadcast for Nov. 14, the top headlines from CBN News include -- EU Debt Crisis Reaching Financial Meltdown, Calif. Occupy Protesters Brace for Police Crackdown, and more.
On Friday's CBN Newswatch with Lee Webb and Wendy Griffith: the EU debt crisis spirals out of control, vets struggle with unemployment, Penn State attempts to heal sexual scandal wounds, and more.
On Tuesday's CBN Newswatch with Lorie Johnson: Sen. Reid's plan to help the debt crisis, helping Korea's unwanted children, a challenge to the Ground Zero cross, and more.
As seen on The 700 Club's nationally televised broadcast for July 6, the top headlines from CBN News include -- Debt Showdown Heads Back to White House, Portugal Adds Momentum to European Debt Crisis, and more.
Spanish Voters Elect Conservative Party to Lead Gov't
EU Debt Crisis Reaching Financial Meltdown
Markets Recover for Now as Italy Sells Bonds
Economists Warn Eurozone Days May be Numbered
Greece Scraps Debt Referendum as G20 Convenes