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Mississippi Abortion Law Blocked Again

Mississippi Abortion Law Blocked Again

Miss. Abortion Clinic Allowed to Stay Open for Now

Miss. Abortion Clinic Allowed to Stay Open for Now

Miss. Gov Says Dems' 'Life Mission' is Kill Unborn

Miss. Gov Says Dems' 'Life Mission' is Kill Unborn

GOP Candidates Duke it Out for Southern Delegates

GOP Candidates Duke it Out for Southern Delegates

Winning Ticket? Ala., Miss. May Alter GOP Race

Winning Ticket? Ala., Miss. May Alter GOP Race

Southern Sweep: Santorum Wins Alabama, Miss.

Southern Sweep: Santorum Wins Alabama, Miss.

News Channel Morning Edition: March 14, 2012

Watch the Mar. 14 edition of the CBN News Channel's Morning News with Efrem Graham. Top Stories --...

Romney Prods Challengers to Quit GOP Race

Romney Prods Challengers to Quit GOP Race

Miss. Governor Quotes Bible in Inaugural Address

Miss. Governor Quotes Bible in Inaugural Address

Families Outraged after Barbour Pardons Murderers

Families Outraged after Barbour Pardons Murderers

Holder: Voter ID Laws Stifling Civil Rights

Holder: Voter ID Laws Stifling Civil Rights

Faith Groups Fill Gaps in Mississippi Relief Efforts

Since Hurricane Katrina steamrolled across the Mississippi Gulf Coast, leveling homes and forcing 85,000 people into FEMA trailers, many...

FIGHTING MALARIA

Malaria kills thousands every day, but Haiti is the only country in the Western Hemisphere where the mosquito-born disease...

Saving the Marshes: La. Fights for its Wetlands

Oil may no longer be flowing freely into the Gulf of Mexico, but remnants of the catastrophe will be...

Forgiving Racial Injustice: The Murder of Emmett Till

In 1955, Emmett Till was lynched for whistling at a white woman. Till's cousin, Simeon, forgives those responsible.

Pastor Tim's Gift to Give

Most people don’t realize just how much is left to do after Hurricane Katrina, but a Gulfport pastor is...

Katrina Volunteers Beg FEMA Not to Shut Down Camps

Carolyn Pitre is grateful to find her Bible among her belongings, piled up in the street in front of...

Mississippi Hurricane Recovery: Slow Moving, Long Overdue

For evacuees coming back to repair and rebuild, recovery is hampered by debris, delays, and bureaucratic red tape.