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News on The 700 Club: January 7, 2010

As seen on Thursday's "The 700 Club," the top stories from CBN News include New Report to Reveal...

Heavenly Strains:The Lisu Transformation

In the mountainous province of China’s Yunnan Province, life is hard and godless. But nestled amongst the snow capped...

Call me Infidel: An Ex-Muslim Speaks Out

Terrorists have not hit America again since Sept 11. But despite that, a new documentary warns that the...

Criminals Turned Cowboys: The Angola Prison Rodeo

The prison once known as “The Bloodiest Prison in America” is now giving convicts a second chance -- thanks...

A Spiritual Revival Underway in Peru

Lima, Peru, is home to eight million people and a third of them live in extreme poverty. But despite...

The Thin Line in Panmunjom

Panmunjom is a concrete slab that literally divides North and South Korea.

South Korea: Appeasing the North?

The South Korean government insists that it is concerned about the North's nuclear capabilities. But its actions and behavior...

Does Eating Fish Pose a Health Risk?

Despite assurances from the seafood industry, consumers are a bit worried about the safety of fish.

Waziristan: Terror Haven for Jihadists?

Waziristan: Terror Haven for Jihadists?

Americans Vote for a Change of Guard

It is out with the old and in with the new in the U.S. House of Representatives. After 12...

Banning the Game of Tag?

Tag may no longer be "it" on some playgrounds across America. An elementary school south of Boston is banning...

Another War for Israel?

Another War for Israel?

Londonistan: In Allah We Trust

Londonistan: In Allah We Trust

More N.Korean Nuke Tests?

As the US Secretary of State landed in South Korea and made assurances that the US wants to de-escalate...

N. Korea: Preparing a Second Test?

North Korea says it "wants peace but is not afraid of war" and will quote: "deal merciless blows" against...

Some Colleges Dropping SAT Requirements

As Andrea Garrett explains, an increasing number of colleges are making the tests optional.

Mexico's Harsh Treatment of Illegals

Illegal aliens inside Mexico, mostly from Guatemala and Honduras, are literally on the run.

Nuclear Energy Makes a Comeback

Residents of Gaffney, South Carolina, are awaiting the building of a nuclear power plant, which many hope will boast...