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Turkey's Radio Shema: Sharing the Gospel Daily

Sharing the gospel in a Muslim country can be challenging and at times dangerous. In Turkey, where most people...

Government-run Health Care: Can it Work?

With congressional discussion of nationalized health care geared up, what is the public to think about such proposals?...

Democracy in Bhutan for Non-Christians Only

CBN News reporter Gary Lane takes a look at the tiny Christian church in the Buddhist nation of Bhutan.

Phil Cooke: Christian Media for the New Millennium

The author of The Last TV Evangelist discusses how to reach the youth and today's culture with the Gospel.

Tiananmen 20 Years Later: Has China Changed?

George Thomas reports on the 20th anniversary of a deadly Chinese government crackdown on pro-democracy protestors.

Elisabeth Hasselbeck on Faith and the Spotlight

In this Web exclusive, Elisabeth discusses how her public persona is rooted in her Christian beliefs.

Pro-Life Pharmacists Say Beliefs Before Business

Two Illinois pharmacy owners refuse to carry the "morning after pill," and they must fight their state for that right.

Latin America Turns to the Left

CBN News reporter, Dale Hurd, explains what Latin America's left turn means for the USA.

Matt Barnett: Reviving Inner Cities

Matt Barnett co-founded The Dream Center, an organization dedicated to helping inner cities.

Janet Parshall: The Fairness Doctrine

Janet Parshall discusses threats to free speech in America as well as the implications of a return to the...

Martyrs' Legacy: Hope for Christians in Turkey

Saturday marks the second anniversary of one of the most brutal attacks against Christians in Turkey.

Kimberley Kennedy: Left at the Altar

Kimberley Kennedy shares her story as a top ranked TV news anchor who was humiliated when her fiance backed...

NATO: Still Unifying or Losing Its Edge?

Some will argue that after 60 years NATO is stronger than ever. But critics say NATO is a shell...

The Fairness Doctrine's Chilling History

It's a policy meant to promote fairness on the airwaves, but some say it does nothing but chill discussions...

Eye Scans: A Window to the Body

Digital technology is allowing optometrists to use the eye as a window to the body.

Ink Fading for Troubled Newspaper Industry

The newspaper is in dire straits, and there's no talk of any billion dollar bailouts.

Sharia Law: Tearing the West in Two

What is it and what does sharia mean for Christians and others forced to abide by it? First Gary...

On Darwin Day, Myths Parade as Fact

Although born on the same day as President Abraham Lincoln, millions think scientist Charles Darwin was more heroic.