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Historic Tax Cut Legislation Advances in Senate

Historic Tax Cut Legislation Advances in Senate

'I Knew it Was of God': How a Former Police Officer Traded His Badge for a Ministry in Music

'I Knew it Was of God': How a Former Police Officer Traded His Badge for a Ministry in Music

Trump, Religious Liberty Advocates Celebrate These Key High Court Opinions

Trump, Religious Liberty Advocates Celebrate These Key High Court Opinions

'We're Becoming Second-Class Citizens': Huge Implications of Year's Biggest Religious Rights Case

'We're Becoming Second-Class Citizens': Huge Implications of Year's Biggest Religious Rights Case

Not Just Child's Play: The Playground Case That Could Hurt Your Religious Rights

Not Just Child's Play: The Playground Case That Could Hurt Your Religious Rights

Fires and Tornadoes Cause Death and Destruction Across US

Fires and Tornadoes Cause Death and Destruction Across US

Transgender Bathroom Battle Continues At State Level

Transgender Bathroom Battle Continues At State Level

Painting of a Pig in a Police Uniform Causing Tension on Capitol Hill

Painting of a Pig in a Police Uniform Causing Tension on Capitol Hill

How This Ministry is Transforming Abandoned Homes into New Beginnings

How This Ministry is Transforming Abandoned Homes into New Beginnings

Missouri Father Discusses Recent Viral Video

In the aftermath of of the recent shootings, one father and his family posted a video to Facebook. In...

CBN NewsWatch: February 11, 2016

On CBN Newswatch, Feb. 11: Trump, Clinton head into SC with fierce competition on their heels; Federal government sues...

Midwest Residents Scramble to Save Homes from Record Flooding

Record flooding continues to worsen in the Midwest as the Mississippi river has reached seldom-seen levels.  

Flooded Missouri Rivers Swallowing up Entire Neighborhoods

Deadly storms in the Midwest are forcing people in Missouri to leave their homes and head to higher ground.

Chicago Officer Pleads Not Guilty to Murder of Black Teen

Chicago police officer Jason Van Dyke pleaded not guilty to six counts of first-degree murder in court Tuesday.