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Vermont Decriminalizes Pot Possession
On the fast-track to glam rock fame and fortune in the 1980's, Bob sold his soul for sex, drugs and rock n' roll. After flaming out in the 90's and landing in prison, God's redeeming power turned Bob's life around.
Para nadie es un secreto la carencia de servicios básicos, incluyendo agua potable, en las comunidades rurales de nuestros países. En Honduras, Misael y su familia tenían que caminar varias veces por semana, durante casi 4 horas, para ...
Allergies? We Have Solutions to Ease Your Discomfort
This year's allergy season is bound to be longer, stronger and the worst pollen levels are still to come. But there are ways to stop the misery and enjoy the great outdoors, symptom free.
Heartland Hispanics Bolstering Local Economies
Rhode Island Law De-criminalizing Pot Takes Effect
In the 1980's Mark immersed himself in the pot and Rastafarian culture. After an encounter with Jesus, he turned his life around and founded the Christian reggae group, Christafari.
Ex-DEA Heads Want Colo., Wash Pot Laws Nullified
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.
Colorado Rings in New Year with Pot Clubs
The Crockin' Girls demonstrate tasty crock pot ideas for your Christmas menu.
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
From 1975-1979, Pol Pot's Khmer Rouge killed nearly two million Cambodians. Barnabas Mam is one of only 200 Christians to survive the Killing Fields and he’s written a book about the experience called “Church Behind the Wire".