As the time between election day and any sort of official results drags on, tensions are high. Oregon deployed its National Guard for the first time in decades, Wednesday night after a protest turned destructive. CBN News contributor Chuck Holton says Antifa is responsible for much of the violent unrest across the country. He saw them in action months ago when protests first began in Portland, and he recognized signs of their presence in D.C. earlier this week on election night. Holton is on today's CBN News Daily Rundown with insight into the motives behind this group and a first-hand account of their tactics.
The city of Philadelphia shut down a Catholic foster care agency for failing to comply with its anti-discrimination policy. It all started with a news article. Catholic Social Services told a reporter that it would not place a child with a same-sex couple, but would instead refer them elsewhere. Now they're fighting to be able to help children at all in the City of Brotherly Love. The Supreme Court heard this religious liberty case Wednesday. Senior Washington correspondent Paul Strand is on today's CBN News Daily Rundown with the far-reaching implications.
"Undetermined" is the best way to describe election results and we're unlikely to know the winner of the presidential election for at least another day. Most of the in-person ballots have been counted but states are now counting mail-in ballots. Last week senior editor John Waage came on the CBN News Daily Rundown to share his predictions for the 2020 election. He's back today to break down how this unprecedented election is actually playing out.
As voters head to the polls to cast their vote in the 2020 presidential election, officials across the country are preparing for the potential of violence and disruption in the coming days. National security correspondent Eric Philips warns that the longer it takes for a winner to be announced the greater the likelihood of unrest. He's on today's CBN News Daily Rundown with a look at a few actions that could derail any violence.
Ever wonder what it takes to bring you live coverage as election results begin to roll in? Well on this 'Election Eve,' executive producer Shoshannah Nunez is on the CBN News Daily Rundown with a behind-the-scenes look into the coverage she's been planning since the midterm elections in 2018. Be sure to join us live on Nov. 3 beginning at 7 pm Eastern. We'll have the latest election returns and reaction from across the country.
It looks like the presidential campaigns are chasing each other around the country. For the second day in a row both Trump and Biden made appearances in the same state. Yesterday it was Florida, today it's the battleground state of Minnesota. CBN News senior editor John Waage has a strong track record of accurate election predictions. He's on today's CBN News Daily Rundown with what he's expecting for 2020.
There's an ancient belief that China has the right to rule the world. Chinese President Xi Jinping is ready to make that a reality and has taken it upon himself to fortify his countries military, strengthen its economy, and increase its political power. Senior international correspondent George Thomas says that as the current dominant superpower, this put's the US in direct competition with Beijing. He's on today's CBN News Daily Rundown.
Fighting continues in the Nagorno-Karabakh region, despite a US-brokered cease-fire from just a few days ago. Both Azerbaijan and Armenia claim ownership of the land, which has been semi-independent since 1991. Chuck Holton is on the front-lines of the conflict and he shares the latest on today's CBN News Daily Rundown.
We are just seven days away from election day and nearly 62 million people have already cast their ballots for either President Donald Trump or former Vice President Joe Biden.
The candidates are taking different approaches as they campaign in the days leading up to the election and in some ways it's a reflection of how they differ on key issues like healthcare, race, and restoring the economy from the pandemic's fallout.
CBN News Financial Editor Drew Parkhill joins us to break down how both candidates' economic plans will affect voters.
Amy Coney Barrett could be at work on the Supreme Court as early as Tuesday. Senators are set to confirm her this evening, which will give conservative justices six of the Court's nine seats. Democrats are concerned about the impact this could have. Senior Washington correspondent Paul Strand explains why this has led to talk of court-packing.