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Sec. Kerry: North Korea War Rhetoric 'Unacceptable'

Sec. Kerry: North Korea War Rhetoric 'Unacceptable'

US Expected to Increase Aid to Syrian Rebels

US Expected to Increase Aid to Syrian Rebels

Israel Marks Holocaust, Warns World 'Never Forget'

Israel Marks Holocaust, Warns World 'Never Forget'

Kerry Offers P.A. 'Incentives' to Restart Peace Talks

Kerry Offers P.A. 'Incentives' to Restart Peace Talks

Tortured American Pastor: 'I Did Not Recognize Myself'

Tortured American Pastor: 'I Did Not Recognize Myself'

Lawmaker Balks at $250B in Aid to Egypt

Lawmaker Balks at $250B in Aid to Egypt

America Turning a Blind Eye to Egypt's 'New Pharoah?'

America Turning a Blind Eye to Egypt's 'New Pharoah?'

America Turning a Blind Eye to Egypt's 'New Pharoah?'

Egyptian President Mohammed Morsi has seized absolute power over his country yet Washington continues to send him support and...

Egyptians Protest John Kerry's Mideast Tour

Egyptians Protest John Kerry's Mideast Tour

Kerry: Worst Threat to US is Congress, not China

Kerry: Worst Threat to US is Congress, not China

Congress Presses Kerry to Seek US Pastor's Release

Congress Presses Kerry to Seek US Pastor's Release

Kerry Vows to Work for Global Peace, Prosperity

Kerry Vows to Work for Global Peace, Prosperity

Clinton Delivers Parting Shot to Benghazi Critics

Clinton Delivers Parting Shot to Benghazi Critics

CBN NewsWatch: January 30, 2013

On CBN Newswatch, Jan. 30: Emotions high on both sides of gun control hearing; Weak growth masking a solid...

Kerry Sec'y State Nomination Clears Senate Panel

Kerry Sec'y State Nomination Clears Senate Panel

Kerry Confirmation Touches on Benghazi, Egypt

Kerry Confirmation Touches on Benghazi, Egypt

Clinton Grilled on U.S. Consulate Attack in Benghazi

Clinton Grilled on U.S. Consulate Attack in Benghazi

Clinton to Face More Questions in Algeria Aftermath

Clinton to Face More Questions in Algeria Aftermath