Amy Coney Barrett weathered her final day of questioning, Wednesday and now the Senate Judiciary Committee is taking the first steps toward approving her Supreme Court nomination. Democrats tried one last time to have the confirmation process put on indefinite hold, but the motion was shot down. Now, Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell says the votes needed to put Barrett on the High Court are there. Reporter Paul Strand has been following every word of the confirmation hearing, he's on today's CBN News Daily Rundown.
As election day approaches it's clear this year will be like none other. CBN News chief political analyst David Brody says the results are likely to be disputed regardless of who is declared the winner. Now there's also talk of a nightmare scenario that could very well play out: the House of Representatives could wind up picking the president. Brody explains on today's CBN News Daily Rundown.
College student Emily Arant is a talented animator who, until recently, ran a successful animation business. Then, she said "no" to the wrong people. They've now shut down her business and smeared her reputation.
Still, Arant is working to show the love of Christ, even as the hate campaign against her continues. Reporter Heather Sells recently spoke with Arant, she's on today's CBN News Rundown with a look into why this popular animator was blacklisted.
To check out what Arant is working on now you can visit her Etsy shop here.
The confirmation hearing for President Trump's Supreme Court nominee Amy Coney Barrett is underway. Republicans are determined to fill the seat held by the late Ruth Bader Ginsberg ahead of the upcoming presidential election, while Democrats dig in their heels in an effort to delay the process. On today's CBN News Daily Rundown DC Bureau Chief Dana Ritter shares how we'll be covering the hearing, what to be on the lookout for, and how the election factors in.
After Vice President Mike Pence took to the debate stage last night with Senator Kamala Harris, questions from the press immediately turned to the upcoming remaining Presidential debates, as President Trump's status with COVID-19 has led to a possible postponement of the debate by about a week. Debate organizers on Thursday announced a virtual campaign, something President Trump immediately said he would not participate in.
So when will the next debates take place, if at all? CBN News DC Bureau Chief Dana Ritter joins the Rundown with the very latest.
Netflix is now facing felony charges for the controversial French film, "Cuties".
A Texas grand jury indicted the streaming service for promoting "lewd" visual material "against the peace and dignity of the state", but a Netflix spokesperson says the charges are without merit and they stand by the film.
Faithwire's Tré Goins-Phillips covered the controversy surrounding the film's debut and spoke with Dan Andros earlier in September to share why Netflix and others continue to back the film.
If you live in a big city, you may have noticed that you are seeing fewer people around your neighborhood. According to Forbes, moving companies have seen a significant increase in move requests from big cities to smaller suburban areas.
That's because people are frustrated by coronavirus restrictions and frightened by the violence popping up across the country.
So many are abandoning the cities they love for a life they hope is simpler and safer.
CBN News Correspondent Tara Mergener has been following this migration and she breaks down what impact this could have long term.
President Trump stunned the nation late last week when announcing that both he and the First Lady Melania Trump had tested positive for COVID-19. Wild speculation spread across the internet and social media as quotes from anonymous sources made front page news. CBN Medical Reporter Lorie Johnson joins the Rundown to explain what has actuall happened so far, and how President Trump has battled the coronavirus.
The U.S. Supreme Court will begin its new term Monday, but they will be one justice short due to the recent death of Ruth Bader Ginsburg. That could be a factor as there are cases that could affect religious liberty, the fate of Roe V. Wade, and more.
CBN's Paul Strand is on today's rundown to talk more about what is ahead.
Breonna Taylor's untimely death during a police raid has sparked a national outcry and now an anxious public awaits as the case progresses. Attorney General Daniel Cameron's recent indictment announcement has left some experts scratching their heads. CBN Correspondent Eric Philips joins the Rundown to walk through the common misconceptions of the case and explain the latest developments.