Vice President Mike Pence announced, Thursday, that Turkey has agreed to a five-day ceasefire in northeast Syria. Still, lawmakers on both sides of the aisle are taking a stand against President Trump's decision to pull troops out of the region, and if this new peace plan falls apart, Congress is preparing increased sanctions against Turkey. Capitol Hill correspondent Abigail Robertson points out, this conflict marks the first time Republican leadership has been outspoken in opposition to a Trump policy. She's on today's CBN News Daily Rundown.
Twelve Democrats took the stage for the fourth Democratic presidential debate. They sparred over health care, gun control, and foreign policy--but ultimately the attacks were aimed at the new front-runner: Elizabeth Warren. CBN News chief political analyst David Brody and National Security correspondent Eric Philips are on today's CBN News Daily Rundown with a debate debrief.
President Recep Erdogan, in an op-ed for the Wall Street Journal, said that his military operation in northeast Syria is to create a place for displaced Syrian refugees to return home to. However, as Turkish troops move through the region, it's triggering a new wave of Syrian displacement. According to the UN tens of thousands of civilians have fled specifically due to Turkey's attacks. CBN News International correspondent George Thomas is in Syria, traveling with an Iraqi charity. He's on today's CBN News Daily Rundown.
“They had democracy, they had a representative government, they had religious freedom and I’m watching to see if that will be preserved in any measure,” Mideast Bureau Chief Chris Mitchel says on today's CBN News Daily Rundown.
The Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF) who reside along the border with Turkey, in northeast Syria, have been self-governing since the Arab Spring. Now, facing Turkey's invading troops and what they consider certain genocide, they've made a new ally; but are they sacrificing their freedom for survival?
In 2017, USA gymnastics doctor Larry Nassar was sentenced to up to 175 years in federal prison for first-degree criminal sexual conduct. He'd sexually abused more than 160 girls and women over more than two decades. The first woman to come forward was Rachael Denhollander. Her accusations emboldened many other victims to come forward. Reporter Heather Sells recently sat down with Denhollander to talk about her experience. She says this is a platform she never wanted, but it's important that she be a good steward of it, all the same, because other victims are watching. Sells is on today's CBN News Daily Rundown.
The Turkish military offensive in Syria is underway and escalating. Turkish President Recep Erdogan says the Kurds living in northeast Syria, along Turkey's border, are a security threat and by driving them away, he believes he can create space for Syrian refugees who are currently living in Turkey. CBN Mideast Bureau Chief Chris Mitchell says it's important to see this operation for what it is, Islamic Jihad. He's on today's CBN News Daily Rundown.
Producing a newscast that's broadcast across the nation and around the globe is a team sport for sure.
Correspondents and videographers gather information and video up until the last minute.
Then there are a slew of technical aspects from the cameras to the control room that must operate flawlessly, not to mention a day's work of well-laid plans can easily be thrown out at the last minute to accommodate breaking news.
Shoshannah Nuñez is the producer of CBN's Faith Nation.
Today on the CBN News Daily Rundown she explains how she spends her days, what drives her crazy, and why her job is perfect for adrenaline junkies.
Does the term "sex" apply to sexual orientation? What about gender identity?
These are the monumental issues the Supreme Court is tackling during its new term that begins this week.
CBN News Senior Correspondent and SCOTUS guru Paul Strand breaks it all down today on the CBN News Daily Rundown.
President Trump's decision to pull US troops out of northern Syria to make way for a Turkish invasion fits neatly into his policy surrounding drawn-out military campaigns but it's drawing widespread backlash.
His decision puts Kurds in the region, who have fought alongside US troops to defeat ISIS at the mercy of their longtime enemy and America's ally, Turkey.
"If that’s not a hot mess I’m not sure what is," says CBN News International Correspondent George Thomas. He joins us from Istanbul today on the CBN News Daily Rundown with what the president's decision may mean for 100,000 Christians in the region.
The FBI is warning of a terror threat being bred on the internet, but it's not coming from ISIS or other Islamic extremists. This time it's from groups of disenfranchised young men who are depressed by their inability to get a girlfriend. They call themselves "Incels," which stands for "Involuntary Celibate." CBN Contributor Chuck Holton has looked into this and what he found was a dark sub-culture with deadly consequences. He's on today's CBN News Daily Rundown.