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Miss America 2010: Caressa Cameron

The reigning pageant winner speaks out on AIDS, childhood obesity and her faith.

Child Welfare Agency Echoes Nazi Germany?

It sounds like Nazi Germany: families afraid of a loud knock on their door in, police bursting in and...

CBN NewsWatch: March 17, 2010

Watch CBN NewsWatch with Mark Martin and Lorie Johnson. Top Stories: the latest supporter of health care reform, policy...

CBN NewsWatch: February 2, 2010

Watch CBN NewsWatch with Lee Webb. Top Stories: the 'don't ask, don't tell' debate, new abstinence education study results,...

Why is the KJV So Special?

An educated look at why the King James Bible stands apart from so many other translations.

Pat's Ministry in China

CBN stepped into a school that was facing closing and helped them stay open. A science lab and other...

Visions of Jesus Stir Muslim Hearts

Many say a supernatural dimension is at work throughout the Islamic world…

Call me Infidel: An Ex-Muslim Speaks Out

Terrorists have not hit America again since Sept 11. But despite that, a new documentary warns that the...

The Radicalization of Turkey

Pope Benedict XVI's visit comes at a time of growing worries in the West that the largely Muslim country...

Street Children of the Philippines

In the Philippines, more than 220,000 children live on the streets of its major cities.

Bring It On - Money Monday - November 6, 2006

Pat Robertson answers the following "Bring It On" questions: What is the best way to save for your children's...

Banning the Game of Tag?

Tag may no longer be "it" on some playgrounds across America. An elementary school south of Boston is banning...

Some Colleges Dropping SAT Requirements

As Andrea Garrett explains, an increasing number of colleges are making the tests optional.

Art LinkLetter: How to be a Sassy Senior

Are you in your second prime? You can be. Author and speaker Art Linkletter shares with you "how to...

Regent University Confers 938 Degrees at Graduation

Chancellor Pat Robertson awards 10,000th Regent degree at the 2006 commencement ceremony.

Teaching Kids to Think for Themselves

Classical education is a method that uses what is known as the "trivium": grammar, logic, and rhetoric.

The Bible: Coming to a Classroom Near You?

The Bible: Coming to a Classroom Near You?

CA, WA Push for Gay Rights

Homosexual legislators in the two largest West Coast states are pushing hard for the gay agenda.