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The last few days have really been about ordinary Americans who came to remember one who healed nation in crisis.
The nation lowers its flags to half mast as millions pay their respect to President Gerald Ford.
The American election has also proven quite fascinating for one group of visiting international journalists: students from China.
William Wilberforce is to Britain as Abraham Lincoln is to America - a pillar in politics.
China hopes the Games will help transform its international image, but building that reputation has been a challenge.
What do you do when your country says you no longer officially exist? Dale Hurd reports on a group called The Erased in the southern European nation of Slovenia.
Michael Medved talks about why the free market system is better for America.
It's a block of voters that could decide who becomes our next president. But who exactly is the middle class?
Martin Gross will discuss the alarming number of government programs that waste taxpayer dollars. He is the author of “National Suicide”.
CBN News recently spoke to one Palestinian who laid down his weapons and is now a friend of Israel and a follower of Jesus.
In the summer of 2004, the actions of one church would pave the way for the political revolution that shook Ukraine.
Recent political scandals have put a Washington D.C. Bible study group under the microscope and in the headlines.
The national program tours the country, exposing disadvantaged boys to positive role models and mentors in their communities.
Scott Ross sits down with the D.C. lobbyist to discuss how his Christian upbringing became his political foundation.
This former drug addict and eighth grade dropout will discuss her faith and the phenomenal success of the "Get Motivated" business seminars she and her husband founded.
It's a policy meant to promote fairness on the airwaves, but some say it does nothing but chill discussions of controversial issues.
The down economy has Americans angry and politicians at each others throats. But who's to blame? Author Danny Kofke suggests the solution starts at home.
Norway, an oil-rich welfare nation, has many problems yet deficit spending is not one of them. Some say politicians in Washington, D.C., could learn a few things from them.