The Biden Administration promised to take care of migrants by stopping construction of the border wall and eliminating limits on the number of migrants allowed in, but now we’re seeing the results of these actions. The Southwest border has been flooded in recent months with unauthorized crossings in numbers not seen for more than two decades. In August alone, more than 200,000 people crossed the southern border, stretching border agents thin and creating dangerous encampments. The Del Rio bridge is the most recent example of the crisis at the border with more than 9,000 migrants packed in under the International Bridge, awaiting entrance. CBN News Senior Reporter Dale Hurd is on The Daily Rundown today to talk about how the Biden Administration’s plans are shaking out.


"We'll see you in court," that's the message from South Dakota Gov. Kristi Noem to the Biden Administration. In an exclusive interview, Noem talked to CBN Chief Political Analyst David  Brody about the vaccine mandate and her state's response to it. They also discussed the new Texas abortion law, the spiritual state of America, and of course, former President Donald Trump. Brody has the details of their conversation on today's CBN News Daily Rundown. 


Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff General Mark Milley has been accused of treason by several prominent politicians and figures after Bob Woodward's bombshell in a new book claimed Milley told Chinese officials that America wasn't going to attack them, adding that if they did, he would call them first. Dan Andros and Tré Goins-Phillips have the details on this story and more on today's CBN News Daily Rundown.


Americans are seeking legal action after President Biden delivered a shocking vaccine mandate last week that would effect both public and private organizations with over 100 employees. This comes as the Biden administration pressures the CDC to approve his booster plan - another part of his drastic COVID strategy. Churches, businesses and private individuals are already mounting their legal defenses to develop an exemption from the far-reaching mandate. We’re not hearing much from Jen Psaki or the Biden administration, and CBN News Medical Reporter Lorie Johnson says we could be waiting a while to see this mandate come to fruition – if it ever does. 


We’re one day away from the 20-year anniversary of September 11, 2001. Many remember what they were doing that day - none of us will ever forget. Twenty years ago, America was shaken to its core. Twenty years ago, our way of life was turned upside down, and everything we thought we knew about safety, changed. Twenty years ago, nearly three thousand brothers, sisters, husbands, wives, daughters, sons, friends, and first responders lost their lives. Twenty years later, we’re taking a look back at what we’ve learned, how we’ve changed, and what we’re doing to maintain our freedom, or lose it. CBN News International Correspondent George Thomas has been with CBN for 25 years, and he was in Paris reporting on Islamic terrorism when the 9/11 attacks occurred. He is on the podcast today to share what he remembers and how the news industry – and the world – has changed.


Speaking with CBN News, a woman who assisted the United States military for over a decade managed to survive the chaos in Afghanistan and board a plane with her kids reveals she's feeling "hopeless" for her country and family members who were unable to get out. CBN's Tara Mergener spoke with the woman, who remained anonymous for the safety of her family, and shares the details on the Daily Rundown.


Exactly 20 years to the day Hurricane Katrina hit Louisiana, another monster storm. Hurricane Ida not only pummeled the south, but it also soaked the northeast with record-breaking rain, flash flooding, and tornadoes. At least 46 people are now dead from Maryland to Connecticut. The storm has reporter Charlene Aaron thinking back to the devastation she witnessed covering Katrina from New Orleans. She's on today's CBN News Daily Rundown.

Another big story from this week: Afghan refugees are flooding into cities across the US. Reporter Tara Mergener witnessed some of these arrivals first-hand at Dulles Airport, and she was able to speak with one woman who shared about all that fleeing the Taliban has cost her. Listen in on today's episode. 


A pro-life bill that passed in Texas that allows private citizens to sue abortion providers and others who help a woman get an abortion has caused an uproar among abortion supporters. 'American Taliban' trended online today as people compared pro-lifers to the Middle East terrorists who just took control of Afghanistan. Meanwhile, reports from Texas to CBN indicate abortion clinics were still operating at full capacity, with lines out the door. 


The last C-17 military aircraft left the Kabul airport this afternoon. As we’re closing in on the August 31st pullout deadline, U.S. veterans and private non-profit groups aren’t giving up. The Pentagon announced Saturday that a targeted, military drone strike killed two high profile Islamic militants, and multiple operations by U.S. veterans are underway to rescue their brothers and sisters. CBN News Senior International Correspondent and International News Director Gary Lane is on today’s podcast to talk about why private, nonprofit civilian efforts are key to continuing evacuation efforts in Afghanistan before the deadline tomorrow.

Abortion advocates aren’t satisfied with their self-proclaimed interest in a woman’s right to choose life or death for her baby. Instead, they demand that everyone embrace abortion as a glamorous norm. A popular women’s magazine called ‘Marie Claire,’ that women usually turn to for fashion and beauty advice, recently called for more depictions of abortion in TV and film. While there’s already an increasing number of abortions portrayed by the film industry, the magazine specifically called for more depictions of abortion by couples rather than single, teen girls. CBN News Reporter Mark Martin recently spoke with pro-life activist and Live Action President Lila Rose about this new push to “normalize” abortion.


It's time to say goodbye to a member of our CBN News family. Today is White House correspondent Eric Philips' last day. He took some time to chat with me about how he ended up at CBN, some memorable stories he's had the opportunity to cover, and all about where he's off to next. Listen in on today's CBN News Daily Rundown.