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Wayne and Claudia Brood routinely travel by snowmobile in their rural area of northern Michigan, but on this day, they were on thin ice.
This week on The Brody File, former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney barely holds on in Michigan. Will he be in trouble heading into the all-important Super Tuesday contests?
On today's special Evening Edition of "The 700 Club": CBN News reports on the latest updates on the Michigan and Arizona primaries, and more.
Still singing and performing in her 80's, John tells CBN News about her colorful career and how she led Ray Charles to Jesus Christ.
Kevin was alone at home when a robber broke in and tried to kill him, stabbing him 37 times.
Polls: Santorum Heading for Frontrunner Status?
A workplace hazard left Judith with three months to live, but that's not the report that God had planned.
Watch the Monday, July 19 edition of CBN Newschannel's Morning News with Mark Martin. Top Stories -- Election 2010: Both GOP and Dems Predict Victory, Reviving a Michigan City One House at a Time, and more.
On this week's edition of Stakelbeck on Terror: An interview with Michigan Congressman Peter Hoekstra, a roundtable discussion on Israel and Iran's nuke program, shocking footage of a prominent Arab leader in the U.S., and more.
CBN Sports talks to NCAA players for Michigan State, West Virginia, Butler and Duke about their faith.
Thoughts of loneliness usually bring to mind little old ladies who live alone, but it affects people from all walks of life -- from the workaholic husband to the self-confident college student.
The leader of Hezbollah has declared America the enemy. Many Arabs and Muslims in America openly support Hezbollah.
Wanting to be influential in the presidential process early on, Florida Democrats and Republicans moved up their primaries to January 29.
Jerimae Yoder was born into a religious family, but it wasn’t until he was an adult that he discovered he’d never had a real relationship with God.
God calls His people to feed the hungry in body and spirit. Riverside Tabernacle in Flint, Michigan, is doing just that. In the process, they’re making a big mark on one of the poorest communities in the United States.
The last few days have really been about ordinary Americans who came to remember one who healed nation in crisis.
The nation lowers its flags to half mast as millions pay their respect to President Gerald Ford.
With less than 50 days to go, both candidates are returning to familiar ground.