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What Exactly Is an Assault Weapon?
Examining Newtown: Battle Brews on Guns, Mental Health
A Look at the Spiritual Side of the Colo. Shooting
Parents Prove Va. Tech Negligent After Shootings
Va. Tech Gunman May've Been 1 of 2 Found Dead
Virginia Tech Community Mourns Slain Officer
Concussions rose 21 percent during the 2010 NFL season. But brain injuries aren't just a problem for pros. Critics say more needs to be done to protect all football players.
As seen on The 700 Club's nationally televised broadcast for Dec. 9, the top headlines from CBN News include -- Virginia Tech Mourning Slain Officer, Trump Targets Obama in 'Time to Get Tough' Book, and more.
Despite assurances from the seafood industry, consumers are a bit worried about the safety of fish.
Pat Robertson interviews the parents of Lauren McCain, a fallen victim of the VA Tech massacre, and author Beth Lueders to discuss the shining testimony one Hokie left behind.
Four months have passed since a student went on a shooting rampage and killed 32 people at Virginia Tech. As the fall semester begins, safety is on the minds of parents and students alike.
Don Moen performs live on today's 700 Club and shares from his heart about the tragedy at Virginia Tech.
After a week of reeling through the painful events, thousands of students are back in Blacksburg, having made the difficult decision to return to Virginia Tech.
Pat Robertson and Terry Meeuwsen answer the following question, "If God is such a good God then why does he allow something like the Virginia Tech tragedy to happen?"
Virginia Tech killer Cho Seung-Hui has shocked the nation again with his horrifying messages from beyond the grave.
Pastor Jim Wolfcale joined CBN News Anchor Lee Webb to help people cope with tragedies. He shared what he would say to students at a time like this. How could a loving sovereign God let it happen?
Thousands of VT students gathered for a prayer vigil last night. Also, there is new information on the man behind the massacre, Cho Seung Hui.
After a day of horror and sickening shock, hundreds of Virginia Tech Christians gathered at a campus ministry center to cry, pray, and worship God in a dark time.