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Europe's Climate Change Alarmism a Religious Belief?
April Shaping Up as Month of Extreme Weather
Skeptics believe the alarmist view on climate change is like a religious cult. Europe's belief in a coming climate change apocalypse appears unshakeable.
To Bud or Not to Bud: Cold Threatens Fruit Crops
Warm Temps Helping Thaw Out US Economy?
Winter's Icy Chill Reaches Fla., Closes Roads
On Monday's CBN Newswatch with Lee Webb: The health care law is ruled unconstitutional, freezing temperatures bring blizzard conditions to several states, President Obama signs a sweeping nutritional bill into law, and more.
As he hid in the Turkish hills, Mike Couillard wrote, “My darling wife Mary, how I grieve at leaving you behind. I hate to come to that conclusion, but after eight days…”
After winning Iraq's Anbar province, The 24th Marine Expeditionary Unit now hopes to repeat that victory in Afghanistan.
Oasis Worship Centre in Nashville sponsors an outreach called PEAK, which stands for Putting Everything Aside for the King.
Watch CBN News Midday with Efrem Graham and Lorie Johnson. Top Stories: Frigid Temperatures Follow Heavy Snow into Midwest, Obama Criticized for Accepting Nobel Prize, and more.
Watch CBN News Morning with Heather Sells and Efrem Graham. Top Stories: Obama Criticized for Accepting Nobel Prize, Frigid Temperatures Follow Heavy Snow into Midwest, and more.
To win over the Afghan people and turn the tables on the Taliban, the U.S. Marine Corp has a new way to reach out.
Ukraine’s cold winters are brutal and long. Unfortunately for young Zakhariy, it was as cold inside his bedroom as it was outside.
An Israeli has launched a first-of-its kind hybrid solar power station. It can prodcue green power 24/7.
Scientists are studying the correlation between sunspot activity and the severe winters many parts of the world are experiencing.
In the northernmost parts of Siberia, Peter Khudi is braving the frigid temperatures to share the gospel with remote tribes.
Texas Drought Could Hurt State's Rice Farms