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Black History: Christians Urged to 'Change Atmosphere'
China Relaxes Censorship Controls after Protests
On this week's edition of the Stakelbeck on Terror show, we're joined by a trio of counter-jihad activists who have launched a new weekly newspaper devoted to preserving free speech about the destructive agenda of Islamists and the radical left.
Israeli leaders believe Iran poses a threat to the very existence of the state of Israel. It is a threat some say might cause Israel to use military force.
A big Democrat win in this November's elections could jumpstart a contentious debate in Congress that has raged since the late 1980s. It's a debate that could let government decide what you can watch and hear on radio and TV…
Jim White talks about setting up your own home gym for less than $100 and provides workout tips.
Jesus calls us all to the Great Commission, but one church in St. Louis is living it.
The leader of Hezbollah has declared America the enemy. Many Arabs and Muslims in America openly support Hezbollah.
From her newspaper tycoon grandfather to her outlaw sister, the Hearsts were a family that made headlines. Find out what life was like inside their home from the woman who lived it – Victoria Hearst.
Holly Clegg has easy recipes to help your loved one eat well through chemotherapy.
The MovieGuide® creator offers practical tools to help protect families from toxic cultural messages.
Should government decide how long you can listen to a liberal radio host like Al Frankin, or a conservative commentator like Rush Limbaugh?
The America-bashing in the European media is getting worse. Some say it’s even turning our allies against us. Dale Hurd explains in this CBN News focus report.
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.
A Beijing restaurant run by Christians serves up salvation along with meals.
Asian reporter Lucille Talusan gets an exclusive with Aceh's leader and an inside look at Shariah Law in effect in the tsunami-affected region.
George Thomas has the story of one small farming village east of Beijing that's witnessing a powerful move of God.
He is one of the country's leading public health advocates, and he's solved the mystery to weight loss and nutrition in his book, The Diet Detective's Count Down.