Today is day two in the murder trial of Amber Guyger, a white Dallas police officer who fatally shot her black neighbor, Botham Jean.
Guyger said she was distracted by a phone call when she went into her neighbor's apartment a year ago. She thought she was in her own place and then shot the man who was there. She said she thought he was an intruder. It turned out that she had killed him in his own apartment.
The defense casts the shooting as a tragic mistake. Prosecutors question how Guyger could have missed all the clues that she was in the wrong apartment.
Reporter Amber Strong recently traveled to Dallas to speak to those who knew the 26-year-old victim. She's on today's CBN News Daily Rundown.
Not too far from the nation's capital, at the southern end of the Potomac River, there's a massive ship graveyard. Some of the ships there predate the American Revolution. Producer Gabe LaMonica recently got a tour of the ghost fleet. He's on today's CBN News Daily Rundown.
First responders face traumatic situations on a regular basis. The effects of that stress can lead to serious health problems. In the northeast, one family has provided several police departments with a special kind of therapy: comfort dogs. Reporter Caitlin Burke was able to see these dogs in action. She's on today's CBN News Daily Rundown.
Federal officials announced today that at least 530 people have become sick with vaping-related lung illness. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention is investigating the cause of the hundreds of injuries and seven deaths that are linked to vaping, FDA officials announced they've been conducting a criminal investigation and both federal and local lawmakers are working to ban flavored e-cigarettes. Health reporter Lorie Johnson is on today's CBN News Daily Rundown with more on this public health crisis.
According to initial vote-counting out of Israel, the election was a tie. Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's Likud party and the Blue and White party of Benny Gantz each won 32 Knesset seats in the elections. Right there in Tel Aviv watching it all happen were Chris Mitchell, Julie Stahl and John Waage from our Jerusalem bureau. They're on today's CBN News Daily Rundown.
The death of Pastor Jarrid Wilson, last week, cast a spotlight on mental health issues within not only the Church, but among pastors. On today's CBN News Daily Rundown, Dan Andros, CBN contributor and managing editor of Faithwire shares his own personal experience with Wilson and issues a call for the Church to continue the conversation Wilson started.
Tensions are high in the Middle East after an attack over the weekend on Saudi Arabia's main oil refinery. CBN News Mid-East bureau chief Chris Mitchell was there as a part of a delegation of American evangelical Christians. He's on today's CBN News Daily Rundown talking about his visit, unprecedented access to the desert nation and the attack that could start a war in the Middle East.
The top 10 Democrats running to challenge President Trump in 2020 took the debate stage Thursday night, and today on the CBN News Daily Rundown we're doing a post-debate debrief. Listen in as Eric Phillips, David Brody, and Jennifer Wishon discuss the moments that stood out to them during the third Democrat debate.
Lawmakers are back in Washington after a six-week recess and they’ve got a list of important issues on the agenda. Gun safety legislation is one of the top priorities. Capitol Hill correspondent Abigail Robertson recently spoke with House Minority Whip Rep. Steve Scalise, who has a unique perspective on gun violence. Abigail talks about that interview and more on today's CBN News Daily Rundown.
"President Trump is interested in making deals, not waging war," senior International correspondent Gary Lane said of John Bolton's exit from his post as National Security Advisor. Regardless of whether Bolton quit or was fired, he and the president fundamentally disagreed over foreign policy, especially when it came to Iran and North Korea. On today's CBN News Daily Rundown Lane explains why he expects Bolton's replacement to be more of what President Trump would consider "a team player."