Democratic Presidential Nominee Joe Biden is set to cap off a week of high profile speeches at the Democratic Convention, but due to the Coronavirus pandemic Biden has only spoken a handful of times in public. The lack of stumping combined with Biden's frequent proclivity for stumbles and gaffes puts the former Vice President the biggest spotlight to date.
CBN Political Analyst David Brody previews Biden's speech and also discusses Democrats omitting God from the Pledge of Allegiance multiple times throughout the convention.
While the world remains gripped and dealing with riots, protests, racial divide, economic worry, and a global pandemic, LGBT activists continue to forge ahead with their agenda. What are the latest developments and what can Christians expect from Joe Biden on this issue if he's elected President? CBN Correspondent Heather Sells joins the Rundown to explain this and more.
The story of a Lebanese pastor, who listened to the voice of the Holy Spirit and saved many lives on the day of a massive explosion in Beirut, is catching a lot of attention on the CBN News web page.
"I think what I love about this story and the reason that it is trending so well is that people love knowing that we are not alone and that God is so intimately involved in our lives," CBN's Wendy Griffith said. "And I love that the Holy Spirit loves us enough, that he will alert us to danger and in this case, it saved many lives."
Wendy spoke with Pastor Said Deeb about God's simple instruction that saved nearly 300 people and she's on today's episode.
With the 2020 election looming large, normally raucous and lively conventions will now be conducted in a much different fashion, thanks to COVID-19. The DNC is kicking off this week and CBN's Eric Philips joins the Rundown to discuss the changes and the messaging we can expect to hear from democrats.
It was a good day for Israel and the United Arab Emirates Thursday. The two countries struck a peace deal that many consider a win-win solution.
President Trump called it a significant step toward a more peaceful, secure, and prosperous Middle East, but the deal could also spark more tensions with Iran.
CBN News Middle East Bureau Chief Chris Mitchell is on today's episode to share why this agreement represents a major shift in diplomatic relations.
While Pentagon leaders still say ISIS no longer poses the "direct global and U.S. national security threat" it did five years ago, at least one United States General is speaking out about the need for a robust and long-term "de-radicalization" initiative to prevent ISIS from rebuilding once again. CBN Senior International Correspondent George Thomas joins the Rundown to explain.
Can you imagine Saturdays this fall without college football? Well, you might have to depending on who you watch.
The Big Ten and Pac-12 announced Tuesday the cancellation of all sports competitions through the end of the year because of concerns about playing during the COVID-19 outbreak.
They are the first of the power five conferences to do so, which means classic matchups like UCLA and USC in the Rose Bowl won't be happening. It's the first time since 1935 that the rivals won't be playing.
CBN's Sports Director Shawn Brown is on today's Rundown to talk about how all of this is going to shake out.
You might not hear it from media outlets but in Portland, Oregon but more than 270 federal officers have been injured protecting buildings since May and in Seattle, one day of recent rioting led to 59 officers getting wounded by rocks, bottles, and improvised explosives.
Seattle Police Chief Carmen Best announced she is stepping down from her position. She made her decision public on the same day the city council approved cutting the police department by $4 million and 100 officers.
“There’s no question that the Seattle Police Department is being hobbled in all of this, but now [they’re] being defunded and in fact vilified by the very people that they serve.”
CBN News contributor Chuck Holton spent several days in Seattle’s CHOP zone and he breaks down the latest events taking place in the city.
CBN News contributor Chuck Holton spent several days in Seattle and he breaks down the latest events taking place in the city.
How does a benign drug used to safely help millions of people during the course of several decades suddenly become damaged goods? That's been the bizarre path for hydroxychloroquine, which has industry experts saying it's a "political drug" and very few actually look at the science. CBN Senior reporter Dale Hurd joins the Rundown to explain.
Producing a newscast that's broadcast across the nation and around the globe is a team sport for sure and not for the faint of heart.
Correspondents and videographers gather information and video up until the last minute.
There are a slew of technical aspects from graphics, to studio cameras, to the control room that must operate flawlessly.
And a day's work of well-laid plans is routinely upended at the last minute to accommodate breaking news.
Shoshannah Nunez is the producer of CBN's Faith Nation which means she's responsible for the entire show. No pressure!
In this previously recorded episode, Nunez explains how she spends her days, what drives her crazy, and why her job is perfect for adrenaline junkies.