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More Blessed to Give Than to Receive

A new book finds that giving not only makes you rich... it makes you healthier and happier.

Is a World Government on the Horizon?

President Bush is urging the Senate to ratify a treaty, supporters say, which will protect America’s access to strategic...

Rush of Fools: An Overnight Sensation

Rush of Fools is not just a one-hit wonder band. Their first album flew off the shelves. Now, the...

Civil Rights' Unsung Hero

Ninety-six-year-old Johnnie Rebbeca Carr is a woman who devoted her entire life to the civil rights struggle in Montgomery.

Civil War: Faith in Black and White

Lee Webb goes to Richmond, Virginia, to investigate the untold story of Stonewall Jackson.

Michael Redd: A Preacher's Kid on the Court

Michael grew up in church, but he had a lot to learn. He was drafted to the Milwaukee Bucks...

Colleges Not Making the Grade

CBN News speaks with retired Lieutenant General Josiah Bunting on the miseducation of today's college students.

Tears for a Divided Jerusalem?

Chris Mitchell looks at why dividing Jerusalem may be the ultimate obstacle on the roadmap to peace.

Mark Richt: A Protege of Football's Finest

Mark Richt is a big football coach, with an even bigger question. Find out how this Georgia Bulldog met...

Clash of the Titans: The Battle for Democracy

The issue at this year’s debate was America’s role in spreading Democracy around the world

Chris Klein: The Goal Celebrated Around the World

LA Galaxy midfielder Chris Klein shares about some of the milestones in his Major Soccer League career and how...

The Philippines: Faith Amidst Corruption

Bishop Efraim Tendero is calling on the true Christians to change their communities.

David Meyer: 30 Days of Hope for Cambodia

As CEO of World Missions for his mother Joyce Meyer's ministry, David will tell of their month-long outreach in...

Wright-ing His Wrongs

Former NFL star Alexander Wright reveals a history of physical abuse from his childhood that he carried into his...

Israel Toasts an Uneasy New Year

As Israelis mark the Jewish year 5768, they will toast the new year in an uneasy vortex between war...

Middle East Outreach: Baptisms and Visions

Thousands of Christians get baptized in the Jordan River every year. Most baptisms take place near the Sea of...

Families Wait for Taliban Hostages’ Return

Thousands of miles away from the streets of Afghanistan, 23 families face the biggest crisis of their lives.

Iowa: A Candidate's Field of Dreams

The cornfields of Iowa have been a field of dreams for presidential candidates.