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Gay Marriage Now Legal in Rhode Island
On this week's episode of the Stakelbeck on Terror show, we examine how free speech regarding Islam is coming under assault in the United States and Europe. Sam Nunberg of the Legal Project and Lars Hedegaard, founder of Dispatch International ...
Is it a sin to participate in office pools or brackets with family and friends when there is money involved? If you are being unfairly treated by your siblings as co-executors of an estate, is it moral and ethical to use the legal system if ... ...
We contribute 18% to several ministries, including 8% to our local church. Must we give 10% to our church to be tithers or am I just over thinking this? How can a true servant really lead? Why does God heal some and not others? How can we have ...
Legal experts say the Second Amendment grants Americans the right to defend themselves. It also serves as an insurance policy for liberty.
Sisters Barbara Shores and Helen Shores Lee remember growing up in Alabama during the turbulent Civil Rights era. Plus, when 1200 pounds of equine fell on Amy's leg she wondered how life would change.
Legal Pot: Marijuana-Friendly Laws Threat to Kids?
Colorado and Washington's legalization of pot has led the states to become the epicenter of a national movement to legalize the drug. It's also heightened concerns about the effect on youth.
American Legion Salutes War Heros with Inaugural Ball
Eleven-year-old Long Qui fell and broke her leg, but her parents couldn’t afford the surgery she needed. Leaving the young girl with her grandparents, they moved to the city to find work to save for the operation. Three years later, they still ...
After the Supreme Court ruled Obamacare was constitutional, most thought the case against the law was settled. But a growing number of legal challenges could mean it's undoing.
On CBN Newswatch, Dec. 7: Pot, Gay Marriage Votes Spur Complex Legal Dance; Egyptian pastor says Egypt's going back to the Dark Ages; Philippines comb wreckage for typhoon survivors; and more.
As seen on "The 700 Club" Dec. 7: Pot, gay marriage votes spur complex legal dance, Philippines comb wreckage for Typhoon Bopha survivors, and more.
On CBN News Channel Morning News, Dec. 7: Pot, gay marriage votes spur complex legal dance, Tsunami warning lifted for Japan earthquake, and more.
Pot, Gay Marriage Votes Spur Complex Legal Dance
A look at Yellowstone National Park. A woman gets her second chance in prison. A man recovers from a horrific car accident. Also, Gordon Robertson cooks leg of lamb.
Al was used to challenges, having lost both legs to complications of diabetes, but then Hurricane Sandy sent several trees smashing through the roof of his bedroom. As rain drenched him in his bed, Al wondered how he was going to survive all ... ...
After CBN drilled a well in their village in northwest India, Mannu and her husband converted from Hinduism to Christianity.