Wildfires have raged through California and the west coast, destroying thousands of homes and claiming dozens of lives. Amid the fires are stories of tragedy and hope - from the citizens selflessly volunteering resources and time to stop the fires, to the man who helped a stranger so badly burned he didn't even realize it was his own wife. CBN contributor Chuck Holton reported live from the fires and has the story. 


Today marks a major turning point in the Middle East. Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu is at the White House to sign a monumental peace deal with the United Arab Emirates and Bahrain. 

President Trump said Tuesday that it was part of a broader plan to ultimately broker peace between Israel and Palestine, but is this the best tactic?

CBN Middle East Correspondent Julie Stahl weighs in. 

"The Palestinians are a whole other ball game," she said. "For years, their battle cry was 'we're going to throw the Jews into the sea' and they were going to get rid of Israel altogether and there are those among them that still want to do that. So the idea of peace with the Palestinians becomes a little more dicey."


Rep. Tulsi Gabbard is joining the fray of politicians condemning the controversial film “Cuties,” which debuted on Netflix last week. Gabbard called the French movie “child porn,” adding its contents “will certainly whet the appetite of pedophiles [and] help fuel the child sex trafficking trade. Meanwhile, some are speaking out to defend the film, saying it's making an important point. Faithwire's Tré Goins-Phillips has been covering the story from the beginning and joins the rundown to explain.


Teachers and students are in full swing of the 2020-21 school year, and while some people are back in the classrooms, many are tackling the new challenge of virtual learning for the first time. 

And that's not all. Many educators, teachers, and students are still playing catch-up from what has happened in the last six months. 

Heather Sells is on today's episode explaining how this is affecting kids and what educators plan to do about it. 


President Trump updated his list of potential Supreme Court nominees this week and included some surprising names on the list, including three sitting United States Senators. What does this list say about the current state of the election, the future of Roe v. Wade, the balance of the Senate, and more? CBN's Paul Strand drops by the Daily Rundown to explain.


Police departments across the country are bracing for a surge in resignation and early retirement as more and more officers leave the job. 

The push to defund departments, massive budget cuts, and calls for reform have left officers demoralized and demonized.

So what's the fallout as crime rates explode and violent protestors take over the streets?

George Thomas is on today's CBN News Daily Rundown to share just how many officers have left the job within the last few months and how departments are working overtime to retain their workforce.  


For makeup artist Chanel Abrams, working for CBN News is "a perfect blend of makeup and ministry."

Chanel does makeup and hair for CBN's reporters, anchors, and news guests at the network's Washington Bureau.

"I feel like makeup is my ministry," she says with a smile after a busy morning.

Chanel shares the challenges of her job, makeup tips, and why it's such a blessing to work for a Christian network today on the CBN News Daily Rundown


As unrest and violence rock our nation a spiritual revival is also taking place. Many are coming into the faith and being baptized as a move of God sweeps over parts of the country. 

The Holy Spirit is drawing people to give their lives to Christ from Kenosha, Washington to Massachusetts. 

CBN Reporter Charlene Aaron has been closely following this movement and she believes we are on the precipice of the next great awakening. 


The year 2020 has been marked by pandemics and election year craziness, leaving good news in short supply. The Rundown digs into the vault today to revisit the beautiful adoption story from one of our own, CBN News Washington Bureau Chief Dana Ritter. “Sometimes it feels like this story is made up but it’s actually true and real and we get to live it,” she says. Dana explains what it was like to walk into a hospital room to finally meet her baby, “I felt like I was watching a movie, it didn’t feel real that it was happening. I felt like I was watching someone else."




College campuses have become training camps for radicals and are the source of the rioting in American cities, according to academics and college officials interviewed by CBN News. Senior Reporter Dale Hurd is on the Rundown to break it all down.