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Icy Weather Pummels West, Eyes East Coast
Candidates Lambast Obama over Israel Policy
Virginia Tech Community Mourns Slain Officer
Ron Paul Leading as Iowa Caucus Approaches
Today it seems that lawmakers from both parties are making money from a kind of legal insider trading that - for the ordinary Americans -- would mean jail time.
This week on Jerusalem Dateline: CBN News holds a roundtable discussion about the so-called Arab Spring and developments in Egypt one year after Hosni Mubarak was forced from power.
In Mark Levin's new book Ameritopia, the best-selling author examines what he views as a post-constitutional America caught between two warring world views.
Tea Party favorite Sharron Angle has mounted a fight to unseat incumbent Harry Reid, the Senate's most powerful player.
As CBN celebrates Pat Robertson's 80th birthday, we're also celebrating more than 30 years of coverage from the news department he founded.
Mosab Yousef recounts his journey out from a culture of terror, to working for Israel's Shin Bet, to total freedom in Christ.
John Waage and Pat Robertson report on the latest results in the Election.
Control of the Senate is on the line in this election. CBN news political editor John Waage has an in-depth look at how some of these races are shaping up and what they'll mean to you.
Israel's summer-long military campaign in the Gaza Strip has held down the number of attacks on Israelis. But a rising tide of Islamist fervor in Gaza could bring future chaos…
With threats facing Jerusalem, Israel and Jews worldwide, several hundred Christians and Jews gathered in Jerusalem as part of a global prayer meeting. The threats to Israel brought an added sense of urgency…
Latest Developments in Middle East
Middle East Crisis Escalates
Pat Robertson comments on the Israeli conflict and speaks with John Waage, via satellite from the Israeli-Lebanese border. Also joining the discussion, is CBN terrorism analyst, Erick Stakelbeck, who reveals who could be a key player in the crisis.
Will the division between religious and secular Jews give comfort to Israel's enemies?