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Because of the aggressive spread of extremist Islamic ideas, thousands of Palestinian Christians have fled Palestinian-controlled areas like Bethlehem.
Flags are flying at half staff in memory of nine firefighters who died battling a blaze at a furniture warehouse Monday night. It's the nation's worst loss of firefighters since 9/11.
There's another side of Iraq that is rarely profiled in the mainstream media. It's a side of Iraq that is peaceful and stable, free of insurgents and bombings. It's a place where even Americans are loved!
Operation al Qaeda: Rule the Mideast
Despite daily reports of violence in Iraq, some parts of the country are actually quite peaceful.
Another potential war could be brewing in Iraq. For weeks, Turkey has been building up its military presence on its south-eastern border with Iraq.
In the lead up to the Six Day War, many of Israel's enemies talked openly about destroying the Jewish state. Today, leaders are making similar threats.
Eight months after the war in south Lebanon, Christians are facing a wide range of difficulties. Now South Lebanon Christians are looking to God to give them strength in the midst of hardship.
Before 9/11, many Americans had never heard the term "jihad." Now, from Iraq to Afghanistan and beyond, the U.S. is locked in a life-or-death struggle against jihadist forces.
There is a faith-based housing movement that's gaining momentum: churches building dorms designed to attract seekers and believers alike.
The surging waters have left most Jakartans bewildered and unprepared as torrential rains bombarded the whole of Jakarta, the worst flooding since 2002.
From California to New Zealand, skiers and snow boarders have a place to come in from the cold.
The threat of jihad isn't stopping CBN's Operation Blessing from doing relief work in Somalia.
Dr. Monica Reed has a secret. It's the mystery of good health that is built into the foundation of creation.
Most say Seattle is a jewel of the Pacific Northwest, boasting popular success stories. But a closer look paints a different picture.
In roughly 60 days, the Obamas will make the White House their new home. But they'll also be looking for a new church home.
Nebraska lawmakers are rushing to close a loophole in a law that allows teens to be abandoned in their state.
Maria and Martha have been friends for more than 40 years, and Maria has poured her life into her friend, who is mentally retarded.