The Justice Department says left-wing groups are behind much of the violence we've been seeing at Black Lives Matter protests, specifically a group called "Redneck Revolt," the militant wing of Antifa. Senior international correspondent Gary Lane has looked into who this group is and what they're about. He's on today's CBN News Daily Rundown. 


The White House reportedly plans to hold a critical meeting this week about Israel's plan to annex parts of the West Bank. Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu is pushing to begin extending Israel's sovereignty as soon as July 1st. Netanyahu is counting on President Trump to back the annexation plans, but there are mixed signals over whether the administration supports immediate annexation. Middle East Bureau Chris Mitchell says it's all a matter of timing. He's on today's CBN News Daily Rundown. 


The U.S. Supreme Court has redefined the meaning of sex. The court's latest ruling says you can't discriminate on the basis of sex.

In 1964, the law protected men and women from workplace discrimination, but now "sex" is defined as both your sexual orientation and your gender identity.

The ruling is meant to protect LGBTQ employees, but it could have a profound impact on religious freedom.

Senior Washington correspondent Paul Strand is on today's CBN News Daily Rundown to talk about why this ruling is so controversial.


Ever wondered what crime President Trump thinks former President Obama is guilty of? In an exclusive interview with CBN News chief political analyst David Brody, he spells it out. The conversation also covered the president's strategy for wooing evangelical voters back to the polls in 2020 and an explanation of some controversial comments made during his recent Tulsa rally. The full interview will be on tomorrow's 700 Club, but listen in to today's CBN News Daily Rundown for a debrief with David after his interview with President Trump.


Today, June 19th, marks the day African Americans were liberated from slavery. It's called "Juneteenth" and as our nation confronts race-relations, it's becoming a much more important holiday to recognize. Still, many Americans don't know much about it. Senior Washington correspondent Jennifer Wishon is on today's CBN News Daily Rundown with a historical look at the significance behind this day.


Time, frustration and now protests have all but derailed any COVID-19 related lockdowns still in place. With more people venturing out and more cities and states re-opening, are we experiencing a resurgence of the pandemic? CBN Medical Reporter Lorie Johnson breaks down the very latest on where America stands on battling Coronavirus.


Senate Republicans release their police reform bill today. Public protests and riots fueled by rage over police killings of black men are forcing Washington to take action. Tuesday, President Trump offered his own solutions. White House correspondent Ben Kennedy is on today's CBN News Daily Rundown with a look at what that executive order includes. 


You may have noticed there have been a lot of cancellations lately. LEGOS is canceling police and White House sets, A&E is canceling their hit TV series Live PD, HBO is canceling the movie Gone With the Wind, some cities are even canceling their real-life police departments. It's all part of something now known as "cancel culture." Faithwire managing editor Dan Andros has been following this trend. He's on today's CBN News Daily Rundown.


During the COVID shutdown, many people downloaded and binge-watched an eight-episode series called "The Chosen," about the life of Christ. Season one was funded entirely by private donations, and it's been a huge success. Reporter and Studio 5 host, Efrem Graham, got a behind the scenes look at the popular new show. He's on today's CBN News Daily Rundown.


As tensions continue to rise around the country, protests over the death of George Floyd have evolved into a conversation about abolishing police departments. Minneapolis city council recently voted on a measure to dismantle and abolish the police department and replace it with a model of community-led safety.

With so much going on it's hard to believe we're only five months away from a presidential election, especially because the election hasn't dominated the headlines as it normally would. But as the election closes in, Joe Biden and President Trump present two different approaches to dealing with not only the cries for police reform, rioting and protests over racial injustice--but also a pandemic. Chief political analyst David Brody is on today's CBN News Daily Rundown to discuss it.