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CBN News spoke with actor-turned-politician Fred Thompson about his entry into the rough and tumble world of presidential politics.
Veteran musician and multiple Grammy winner Ricky Skaggs talks with Scott Ross about his career and his involvement in The Call.
Another potential war could be brewing in Iraq. For weeks, Turkey has been building up its military presence on its south-eastern border with Iraq.
CBN News spoke with the German homeschooler who was abducted by police, placed in foster care, then ran away.
He is back, telling voters he is the right man for the job at the right time in our nation's history. But will conservatives, especially evangelicals, line up behind him?
As we learn more about MSG's impact - on obesity, the brain, the heart and even cancer - consumers wonder what to do. Gailon Totheroh helps guide us through what foods we should avoid.
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.
The Council is calling on Congress to label violence as "indecent content"... which should be regulated by the Federal Communications Commission.
Before becoming the lead singer of Petra, John Schlitt was caught up in the rock’n’roll lifestyle of drugs and alcohol.
Chris Harrison, a former heroin addict, tells how Teen Challenge was instrumental in helping him overcome drugs and get back to Christ.
Chris Sligh talks about being an 'American Idol' finalist in season six, talks about his faith, and sings live on The 700 Club.
Matt Goulding, co-author of Eat This, Not That tackles restaurants and how they are making us fat.
A study by the Washington Post shows that only two percent of dieters keep their weight off permanently. Their secret? Gregory Jantz says it's not what you think.
Mike Weaver is the lead singer of the Big Daddy Weave band. He and his wife will discuss the benefits of praying together as a couple.
This teen shoots hoops for a good cause. As the founder of Hoops of Hope, he’s helping children in Africa.
The country band crosses over into Christian music with a new testimony to share. See their interview and live performance.
He is a simple man on a singular mission: to see 16 million college students come to Christ. Louie Giglio comes to The 700 Club to talk about his ministry.
Recent political scandals have put a Washington D.C. Bible study group under the microscope and in the headlines.