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Through the Eyes of Laura Bush

The First Lady with no constitutional duties has become the "face of diplomacy" for the Bush administration.

Portrait of Laura Bush

Pat Robertson interviews author Ronald Kessler on his latest book, "Laura Bush : An Intimate Portrait of the First Lady".

Laura Ingraham: Power to the People

Gordon Robertson puts author Laura Ingraham in the hot seat on everything impacting our culture, from illegal immigration to...

China's Growing Love Affair with the Net

The Internet has revolutionized the way that millions in China communicate with the outside world. But for some Chinese...

Hope from a Hokie: The Lauren McCain Story

Pat Robertson interviews the parents of Lauren McCain, a fallen victim of the VA Tech massacre, and author Beth...

China Minds Its Manners for '08 Games

From spitting to smoking; honking to hygiene, Beijing is going to great lengths to clean up its image for...

Zambia's 'Lazarus' Effect

Each year in sub Saharan Africa 2 million people die of AIDS-related diseases. In Zambia, one of the continent's...

First Lady Tours AIDS Devastation

First Lady Laura Bush just got back from a four-nation tour of Africa, where she reviewed programs that benefit...

Get Out of Your Financial Rut!

Jonathan often went weeks without work as a commercial diver in the Gulf of Mexico, so the Holtzclaws fell...

Behind the Scenes of Evan Almighty

Gorman Woodfin interviews the cast of the new comedy Evan Almighty.

Long-Term Impact of Short-Term Missions

Short-term mission trips have captured the hearts of millions of Americans who want a taste of missions. But researchers...

Michael and Laura Belew

An Air Force reservist is called up for active duty. His business suffered and debts began piling up. This...

Obama Searches for New Church Home

In roughly 60 days, the Obamas will make the White House their new home. But they'll also be looking...

Election '08: The View from China

The American election has also proven quite fascinating for one group of visiting international journalists: students from China.

English Dethroned as World Language?

English is the most spoken language worldwide, but it might not be for long.

Beijing's Brazilian Flavor

One of the great things about Beijing is its strong international flavor.

Has the Olympics Improved China's Relationships With the Rest of the World?

Olympic coverage and emphasis on Beijing has given the world a better understanding of China.

Closing Ceremonies Finish With Finesse

Over the past 16 days, the world has been watching China and it has delivered quite a performance.