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On Tuesday's CBN Newswatch: the budget battle still brewing in Washington, latest developments on he Christian school shooting in California, President Obama makes judicial activism claims, and more.
CBN News Terrorism Analyst Erick Stakelbeck examines disturbing new details about the Iran-Hezbollah network developing on American soil.
Microfinancing the Future, One Loan at a Time
Former Muslim Explains Roots of NYC Mosque Name
EU Leaders Work to Avoid Second Recession
John Maxwell Unveils 'Five Levels of Leadership'
Iran Says It Has Developed Nuclear Fuel Rod
Obama's Move to Advance Gay Rights Worldwide?
Islamists Win Majority in Moroccon Elections
This week on Jerusalem Dateline, CBN News examines the major developments throughout the Middle East from 2011 and into the new year.
Dania developed eye problems when she was 13 and she suddenly went blind. Operation Blessing paid for her eye surgery and her sight has been restored.
More than a billion people in developing countries live on just over a dollar a day, but even the poorest people in the world can be turned into entrepreneurs with loans of a hundred dollars or more.
This week on Jerusalem Dateline: CBN News holds a roundtable discussion about the so-called Arab Spring and developments in Egypt one year after Hosni Mubarak was forced from power.
Barbara was a real estate developer drowning in a $6 million debt. With her attorneys telling her to file for bankruptcy, she refused. See the bold move she made to reduce the debt by 97% in just a few years.
As seen on The 700 Club's nationally televised broadcast for Jan. 3, the top headlines from CBN News include -- Iowa Caucuses Hours Away, Santorum Rises in Polls; Iran Says It Has Developed Nuclear Fuel Rod, and more.
Barbara was a real estate developer drowning in a $6 million debt. Find out how she avoided bankruptcy on today's 700 Club.
Each year about 750,000 Americans develop sepsis because of an infection, and nearly a third will die from the blood illness.
This week on Canadian Edition, One of Britain's most famous journalists and outspoken atheists, Peter Hitchins talks about his journey to faith. Plus, a rebellious young man changes his ways when he develops a life-threatening illness.