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Rate on 30-Year Mortgage Drops to Record Low
Economy Gets a Boost from Christmas Sales
On Wednesday's CBN Newswatch: President Obama's faith comments ahead of Easter, Texas residents pick up the pieces after random tornadoes, tax tips as the filing deadline approaches, and more.
Midwest Residents Pick Up Pieces after Deadly Storm
Jobs Report Suggests Sunnier Outlook for 2012
Will Republicans Pick Up Sen. Nelson's Seat?
On Thursday's CBN Newswatch: Senate blocks a repeal of Obama's birth control mandate; Publisher Andrew Breitbart's sudden death shocks friends; Midwest residents pick up pieces after deadly tornadoes; and more.
How can I ask my boyfriend to move out and not jeopardize his becoming a Christian? Does being the first born bring more responsibility? Can I pick up an evil spirit?
She ballooned up to 260 pounds at her heaviest. Today, she's a half marathon runner. See how this make-up artist lost the weight.
Scott Ross talks to this rock'n'roll icon about his legacy and why he is tackling tough questions about God.
Christian judge Anarkul Toksobayeva was changed after a revolution ended the reign of the Kyrgyzstan President.
The streets of Bangkok became a battle zone this week when the military moved to put down anti-government protesters. Now, the city’s residents are beginning to pick up the pieces and some believe that God is at work.
It’s been nearly a week since the powerful 8.8 magnitude earthquake hit Chile. Now the country is beginning to pick up the pieces and its churches are helping. Stan Jeter explains.
It is out with the old and in with the new in the U.S. House of Representatives. After 12 years of Republican control of Congress, voters - weary of the war in Iraq and frustrated with a party riddled by scandal - said 'No more.'
When Margaret Hurtado had surgery to remove a cyst from her hand, the complications were horribly painful. But it turned out that the solution to her suffering was remarkably simple.
Democrats believe that the Republicans have given the Bush administration a free pass on a host of issues.
The Barthells got in credit card debt to the tune of $40,000. Even as unbelievers they found that Christian principles were the only way to get back on track.
As Heather Sells reports, in the face of such evil, the Amish are providing a living sermon on forgiveness.