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Lost Diary Tells of Teen Holocaust Victim

Many know the story of Anne Frank, but the discovery of another teenage Holocaust victim's diary is causing a sensation.

A Muslim Finds the Way to Heaven

Azar worked hard to be a good Muslim. But after years of ceremonial prayers five times a day, she...

NC Primary - A Done Deal? Maybe Not

North Carolina is a state many pundits say Obama has a great chance to win. But it may be...

Who Makes Up the Middle Class Vote?

It's a block of voters that could decide who becomes our next president. But who exactly is the middle class?

The King Assassination: 40 Years Later

Forty years after an assassin's bullet killed Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.,where is the dream he worked so hard...

Survival Tale of an 'Embryo' Called Noah

CBN News Reporter Heather Sells talks about baby Noah, followed by an interview with Dr. Robert George about embryonic...

Hamas' Haven for Terror

Supporters hoped Hamas would root out corruption. But the reality is that life there is more brutal than many...

Cheryl McKay: The Gift of a Regent Education

Regent University has graduates who go on to make major motion films. Just ask Ultimate Gift screenwriter, Cheryl McKay.

John Tesh: A Celebration of Song and Dance

Musician John Tesh discusses his latest project, a PBS television special that celebrates faith, music, dance, and family.

Look Out Sin City! A Revival's Coming

Can anything good come out of a place called 'Sin City'?

Wintley Phipps: I Have a Dream Too

Baritone and piano player Wintley Phipps talks about the role of music in Black history and sings "Amazing Grace."

The Next Generation of African Jubilee

The Fisk Jubilee Singers were the first to share Negro spirituals with the world.

Couples Who Pray See Results

Matt and Tiffany McClain took the "Share the Prayer" challenge and have seen the positive results of their prayers....

Helping Africa: Bush's Greatest Legacy?

President Bush is on a mission in Africa to showcase the success of an historic foreign policy: his emergency...

'Urban Prep' Sets Up Students for Success

An inner city prep school in Chicago is working to prepare African American males for college.

Teen Mania Has Rally in Times Square

Hundreds of Christian teen-agers filled Times Square over the weekend to take a stand against popular culture.

Fmr. Rep. Turns Up the Volume on Hearing Aids

World-famous, Christian runner and ex-congressman Jim Ryun is now promoting hearing awareness, something he knows about first-hand.

Albert Burridge: An Earful of Grace

This 84-year-old plays a mean harmonica. But long ago, he could barely hear the music he played.