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The French have become increasingly fed up with what they see as the growing Islamization of France.
Although China is officially an atheist state, in recent years it has allowed people to celebrate this very significant Christian holiday.
After years of division, deadlock, corruption, and accusations of widespread failure, the U.N.'s next secretary-general is vowing to restore trust in the world body.
A tall glass of milk may not be as safe as you think it is. CBN News Science & Medical Reporter Gailon Totheroh investigates why rBGH is being banned.
Heather Sells investigates why churches across the country are finding more and more people in their congregations have tattoos. Also, Gordon Robertson discusses the biblical response.
As Israelis mark the Jewish year 5768, they will toast the new year in an uneasy vortex between war and peace.
Thousands of miles away from the streets of Afghanistan, 23 families face the biggest crisis of their lives.
Pat Robertson answers your theological questions on Bring It On. Do we ignore the ten commandments? How do I respond when someone mocks Christianity? Does forgiveness mean we forget about justice?
Are you really satisfied with your job? If not, Ana Mollinedo Mims can help you find true job satisfaction.
An Air Force reservist is called up for active duty. His business suffered and debts began piling up. This couple increased their 700 Club pledge and soon were debt free.
Tuskegee University was founded in 1881 by a ex-slave - a man who became the most influential American educator of his time.
He is back, telling voters he is the right man for the job at the right time in our nation's history. But will conservatives, especially evangelicals, line up behind him?
Thursday marks George Washington’s 275th birthday. Recently Lee Webb traveled to Washington’s home at Mt. Vernon to examine one of the most debated aspects of Washington’s life.
Insomnia comes in two forms: either folks can't fall asleep, or they can't stay asleep.
Tony and Tamara Mercedes were surprised when domestic discord surfaced in their marriage. They will discuss domestic violence in the church.
How businesses are dealing with the credit crunch in the midst of a poor economy.
The turmoil in the Mideast promises to command the next President's attention, long after the votes are counted in November.
A study by the Washington Post shows that only two percent of dieters keep their weight off permanently. Their secret? Gregory Jantz says it's not what you think.