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Mac and Kathy McKinnon are the owners of a commercial landscaping company that has accounts with some of the country’s most prominent hotel chains.The McKinnons are also completely debt free.
Holly demonstrates fabulous and calorie-reduced holiday meals.
Most say Seattle is a jewel of the Pacific Northwest, boasting popular success stories. But a closer look paints a different picture.
Not that you needed any reminding, but cold and flu season is here! That's bad enough. But it gets worse.
One of the battleground states in the presidential election is Virginia, and a recent poll shows the candidates in a very tight race.
How businesses are dealing with the credit crunch in the midst of a poor economy.
The celebrity fitness trainer demonstrates a star workout for women.
China has spent more than $50 million to make the Beijing Olympics the most secure in Olympic history.
Today's economic reality is forcing many Americans to change the way they live.
Amy Hendel, author of “Fat Families, Thin Families,” discusses how to conquer the culture of obesity and have thinner, healthier families.
Watch CBN NewsWatch with Lee Webb. Top Stories: Airline Plot Has GOP Questioning Obama's Leadership, U.S. Passengers Could Face Tighter Airport Screening, and more.
This piece takes a look at how the political “magic” happens and how Barack Obama’s team has beaten the Clinton team at their own game.
The author of Fat Families, Thin Families discusses enjoying Thanksgiving without gaining weight.
Many know the story of Anne Frank, but the discovery of another teenage Holocaust victim's diary is causing a sensation.
Indiana may be known for high school basketball, but now there's another game in town: Obama vs. Clinton one-on-one.
Mr. Xing lost one daughter to cancer, and then his eldest daughter Yajie was diagnosed with very serious heart trouble.
Consumer groups blame the federal government for not protecting the consumer from unfair credit practices.
Farmers have long been part of China. But rapid economic changes are significantly affecting their centuries-old farm life.