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John Ashcroft recently talked with Pat Robertson about post-9/11 and his book 'Never Again.'
In an election year that includes the 5th anniversary of the Sept. 11 attacks, security is on the minds of American voters. It's also an issue at the heart of a contentious political battle that may determine who controls congress.
President Bush is trying to rally support for the war on terror. He has launched a series of speeches that will lead up to a major address at the United Nations in mid-September…
Americans have become less likely to marry, especially in the African American community. But one woman has set out to turn the tide.
Each year in sub Saharan Africa 2 million people die of AIDS-related diseases. In Zambia, one of the continent's poorest nations, one million people of the 10 million population - or one in 10 - are living with HIV.
Rudy Giuliani ventured into conservative territory Tuesday with a speech at Regent University. The GOP presidential candidate won smiles with his views on leadership, but he could face some challenges on his moderate social positions.
Americans may pride themselves on their independence, but even before the nation was born, its leaders were declaring their absolute dependence on God.
Nebraska lawmakers are rushing to close a loophole in a law that allows teens to be abandoned in their state.
It began several years ago as an urgent call to pray for the nation and its leaders.
The southern hemisphere has already gone through its flu season, and swine flu was widespread, but fairly mild.
The economy hit Detroit hard and left hundreds of families with questions. City leaders are turning to God for the answers.
The author talks about Israel and how it may be one of the smallest countries in the world, but it is a global leader in technology.
A Florida judge has granted the 17-year-old Christian girl fleeing her Muslim family a temporary reprieve. The case is headed to court unless the family can reconcile in mediation.
They began their marriage with $100,000 of debt, but they never stopped tithing. Two yeas later, their debts were forgiven.
Watch the Sept. 30 edition of CBN News Channel's Midday News with Lorie Johnson. Top Stories -- Yemen Says U.S.-Born Cleric Al-Awlaki Killed in Airstrike, Pressure Increasing as Iranian Pastor Faces Death, and more.
As seen on The 700 Club's nationally televised broadcast for Sept. 30, the top headlines from CBN News include -- Yemen Says U.S.-Born Cleric Al-Awlaki Killed in Airstrike, Dividing Jerusalem Again Center of Mideast Conflict, and more.
Watch the Sept. 30 edition of CBN News Channel's Morning News with Efrem Graham and Charlene Israel. Top Stories -- Yemen Says U.S.-Born Cleric Al-Awlaki Killed in Airstrike, Top US Envoy Attacked by Mob in Syria, and more.
Watch the Sept. 29 edition of CBN News Channel's Midday News with Heather Sells and Mark Martin. Top Stories -- Iran Pastor's Lawyer Says Death Sentence Not Overturned, Listeria Symptoms Often Appear Months Later, and more.