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Vanderbilt Listens to Students Complaints over Policy
Diplomatic Crisis Deepens over Charged Americans
Lawmakers Want 'God' Back in Air Force Logo
King Honored with Website, Service Projects
Women Insulted by TSA Response to JFK Incident
Coconut Oil Touted as Alzheimer's Remedy
New Edible Trail Lets Hikers to Snack Along the Way
The Skit Guys take a poignant look back at the grade school 'check the box' love letter and how that same human need for affirmation sticks with us long beyond childhood.
The stream by Juventina’s house had become polluted with toilet paper and dead animals. How could she let her children drink the water when she knew it would make them sick?
Researchers say the ketones found in coconut oil have slowed the progression of Alzheimer's disease in some people and may actually prevent it. <a ...
I have a wife that sold drugs along with prostitution and wants to come home after she serves her time in jail, should I forgive her and let her come home to me and the kids? Does disaster have to strike for people to acknowledge God?"
Author Marybeth Hicks discusses her new book "Don't Let Your Kids Drink the Kool-Aid," and encourages parents to be confront the leftist influence impressing their children.
Watch the Dec. 31 edition of CBN News Channel's Morning News with Lorie Johnson. Top Stories -- Gas prices could soon reach $5 a gallon, winter weather not letting up for new year, Israel's only coed military unit, and more.
With a background in law and business, what made you go into television? What was the significance of the original call letters WYAH?
In the midst of his success, this Atlanta Braves' pitcher never lets baseball stardom cloud his view of life.
Scott Ross talks to this rock'n'roll icon about his legacy and why he is tackling tough questions about God.
Watch the Wednesday, July 21 edition of CBN Newschannel's Morning News with Mark Martin. Top Stories -- In the Line of Duty: Police Deaths Up in 2010, Website Lets You Vote to Cut Government Programs, and more.
First his mother overdosed. Then his friend committed suicide. With his heavy drug and alcohol use, John should have been next...