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Tony went from a $30,000 a year salary to a six-figure income – then an ideal job situation. He says it’s because he passed the “trust test.” Would you?
As European Union officials try to figure out how to rescue Greece, the Greek people continue to suffer. Many fear ear Greece's problems are so deep, nothing will able to stop a total state meltdown.
This unborn baby had problems: no kidneys, no bladder, and multiple complications. Doctors urged Rachel to abort...
Young girls are entering puberty earlier and earlier. Some girls as young as four and five are showing signs of sexual development.
Robert Spencer knows a thing or two about the prophet Mohammed. His latest book, The Truth about Muhammad: Founder of the World's Most Intolerant Religion, looks at what Islam's founder actually did and taught.
Five years after the attacks of September 11, America continues to face a challenging enemy…
Medical reports have assaulted the public about whether seafood is healthy or not for years. Tuesday the government tried to clear that up…
Cary went from corporate executive to unemployed in the blink of an eye when his dot-com start-up company went under.
Mark Hall, lead singer of Casting Crowns, has gained a huge fanbase -- mainly because of the way he eloquently paints pictures of God’s Word through his lyrics. His passion for his music stems from his own struggles as a child.
As an original member of 2nd Chapter of Acts, Matthew Ward is part of Christian music’s foundation. This legend sits down with Scott Ross to discuss the diagnosis that almost ended it all.
Leslie Haskin shares her terrifying journey out of Tower One of the World Trade Center on 9/11, her subsequent dealings with post-traumatic stress disorder, and the peace she has now found because of her relationship with Jesus Christ.
Michelle Singletary is a financial expert whose goal in life is to guide women on how to manage, plan and invest their finances -- with or without Prince Charming.
Five years after the 9/11 attacks, America's intelligence community remains a target of public scrutiny…
Pat Robertson interviews John Bolton, former US Ambassador to the UN, on Pakistan's political struggles.
Andrea was born with an incurable autoimmune disease and, at the age of four, lost all her hair. Twenty years later, she met a janitor who prayed for her to be healed.
Pat Robertson answers the following Bring It On questions: Should I sue my nephew? How do I figure out my passion? Should I invest in biology technology?
White House press secretary Tony Snow talks to CBN News about the press, the president and his fight with cancer.
Each year in sub Saharan Africa 2 million people die of AIDS-related diseases. In Zambia, one of the continent's poorest nations, one million people of the 10 million population - or one in 10 - are living with HIV.