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Joe Stallard: A Heart Attack or Demonic Attack?

It started out as a kind gesture for a neighbor ... helping them move into their house next door....

Clash of the Titans: The Battle for Democracy

The issue at this year’s debate was America’s role in spreading Democracy around the world

An Unlikely Champion for Life?

CBN News spoke with leading man Eduardo Verastegui about Bella and his own story that's as inspiring as the...

The Mother of Modern Terrorism

Iran still nags the U.S. almost 30 years following the hostage crisis that helped bring down a presidency.

Such is Life on the Campaign Trail...

David Brody follows the presidential hopefuls as they balance life on the way to the White House.

When Baby Showers Outnumber Weddings

Americans have become less likely to marry, especially in the African American community. But one woman has set out...

Why Thompson Thinks He's the Real Deal

CBN News spoke with actor-turned-politician Fred Thompson about his entry into the rough and tumble world of presidential politics.

Tony Snow: The White House and Beyond

White House press secretary Tony Snow talks to CBN News about the press, the president and his fight with cancer.

America Remembers 9/11 Six Years Later

America marks six years since the tragic terror attacks on The World Trade Center, The Pentagon, and the heroic...

Does Huckabee Have What it Takes?

His name is Mike Huckabee, and he's ready to take on the IRS. But will he ever make it...

Middle East Outreach: Baptisms and Visions

Thousands of Christians get baptized in the Jordan River every year. Most baptisms take place near the Sea of...

Christian Persecution in Iraq Getting Worse

Christians in Iraq are facing severe persecution from Islamic radicals.

Healing: Jeanne Robertson

Jeanne burned her hand and white blisters appeared. She called CBN for prayer and was healed.

Fatah: A Partner for Peace?

The United States has spent millions to bolster the Palestinian government, but there are two competing governments.

Virginia Welcomes Her Royal Majesty

The queen and her husband’s first stop was in Virginia's capital city of Richmond, where thousands showed up to...

Booker T: Lifting the Veil of Ignorance

Tuskegee University was founded in 1881 by a ex-slave - a man who became the most influential American educator...

More Than a Song

The national anthem is a stirring song that can move even the most apathetic American. The author of...

VA Tech Attempts Normalcy Amidst Grief

After a week of reeling through the painful events, thousands of students are back in Blacksburg, having made the...