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Breaking down the issues at a 10 year old level: Our girl wonder reporter, Arielle, talks to Newt Gingrich about the national debt.
More Millennials Becoming 'Religiously Unaffiliated'
Pastor: Holy Spirit Key to Reaching Today's Youth
Deanie played the original Superbook for her four boys. Now she plays it for her grandchildren, including Destiny who loves to watch Superbook.
The people of Haiti are still recovering from the unforgettable quake that devastated their world two years ago. Operation Blessing has been by their side from the beginning.
Watch the Monday, July 12 edition of CBN Newschannel's Morning News with Charlene Israel. Top Stories -- New Palin Ad Shows 'Mama Grizzlies' on the Rise, Haitian Brothers Hand Hope to Next Generation, and more.
How can we not pass on parenting mistakes to the next generation? What are prayer closets? Does the devil own the kingdoms of the world?
Millions of Americans are using a new kind of credit card. It can be swiped from a distance, which makes paying even easier. But a new report claims that the cards may pose a risk for identity theft…
This week Muhammed Yunus, a banker in Bangladesh, was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize for this simple answer to poverty: micro-loans.
Tag may no longer be "it" on some playgrounds across America. An elementary school south of Boston is banning the game as well as touch football and any other unsupervised chase game.
The "Puerto Rican Picasso" gained worldwide popularity with his magnificent "Los Reyes Magos."
Short-term mission trips have captured the hearts of millions of Americans who want a taste of missions. But researchers admit they know little about the impact they have.
The gavel's about to come down to start the new term in the U.S. Supreme Court. The rulings are likely to affect your life.
In China the church is growing so fast there's a shortage of pastors. And finding new ones isn't easy.
For most kids, summer is a time for vacation. But in the Gaza Strip, that's not the case.
Parts of the historic city of Beijing are fast disappearing, leaving many residents longing for the old days.
Can a nation be changed in one day? Lou Engle believes so. In fact, he's organized a massive gathering of young and old to pray for revival in Washington, DC.
It's a block of voters that could decide who becomes our next president. But who exactly is the middle class?