The CBN News Daily Rundown


Democrats in Virginia are wasting no time turning the Commonwealth’s laws Blue.

“This is the first time since the early 90’s that Republicans haven’t had a stop-gap, and what I mean by that is that either one chamber or the other was in republican control, or the governor’s mansion was in republican control. Well now it’s all blue and so Republicans can do nothing but sit there and let this legislation go through,” said senior Washington correspondent Jennifer Wishon on today’s CBN News Daily Rundown.

Wishon explains some of the laws currently on Governor Northam’s desk and takes a look at how the state got to this point.


The Senate impeachment trial of President Trump could wrap up as soon as tomorrow. It all comes down to a vote on whether or not to call witnesses. Capitol Hill correspondent Abigail Robertson has been covering the trial from the start, she's on today's CBN News Daily Rundown with the latest.


One in five adults struggle with mental illness each year, and yet it's a topic the Church is often slow to wade into. CBN News reporter Heather Sells has been researching churches that are addressing mental illness. She came across Mount Zion Baptist Church, an African American congregation that is working to help those fighting depression and despair. Sells is on today's CBN News Daily Rundown.


Children are a gift from God but consider, if you will,  the image of a child crying in the corner because no one wants him or her.  This is a stark reality.  The list of orphaned children is long, good "forever homes" are hard to find and the clock is ticking.  Children only have 8 years from birth before their chances of adoption plummet significantly.  All of that pierced the hearts of a couple in San Antonio, TX who decided to do something about it.  They're starting a unique housing effort called Liv San Antonio.  CBN Senior Washington Correspondent Jennifer Wishon traveled to Texas to learn about the Christian based effort.  Click play to hear about the "God glue" that brought this story together.


Today is International Holocaust Remembrance Day and the 75th anniversary of the liberation of Auschwitz. But as the world commemorates the tragedy of the Holocaust, anti-Semitism is on the rise. CBN News Mid-East correspondent Julie Stahl recently visited Auschwitz with a European delegation tasked with considering legislation that would start to put action behind the words, "never again." Stahl is on today's CBN News Daily Rundown. 


The viewer sees the finished product, we know the hurdles jumped through and the logistics handled in order to get that finished product to air.

Mideast bureau chief Chis Mitchell is on today’s CBN News Daily Rundown with a look behind the scenes at what it took to make David Brody’s exclusive interview with Vice President Mike Pence happen and how God showed up in a few very important details.


There are still a lot of unknowns about the new Coronavirus, but CBN News health correspondent Lorie Johnson helps put in context some of what we do know:

“550 people have been infected so far and 17 have died…you think about people who have died from the flu this season alone, since October, 6,600, 39 of those were children,” Johnson said on today’s CBN News Daily Rundown.

CBN News senior international correspondent George Thomas points out that the way China is handling this outbreak is unprecedented.

“All across Wuhan the streets are deserted, trains are not operating, planes are not flying, it’s like a ghost town…it will be interesting to see how effective this lock-down is and whether China is able to stop the spread of this virus…my understanding is that this is the first time a country has imposed such a major ban on transportation links out of a capital city,” Thomas said.

Listen in to today's CBN News Daily Rundown for those full interviews.


Day one of the Senate impeachment trial set a contentious tone as lawmakers spent hours battling over the trial rules laid out by Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell. Capitol Hill correspondent Abigail Robertson says ahead of the trial kickoff she felt led to pray.

“Inside the Capitol, as I walked up to the doors right outside the Senate chamber, I just really felt a spiritual heaviness there. So it was neat because I actually spent some time just praying outside the Senate chamber because this really is a historic moment for our country."

Robertson is on today's CBN News Daily Rundown with a recap of day one, some insight into how CBN is covering the trial, and a look at some of the more bizarre requirements Senators must adhere to during the proceedings. 


There's a major push for children to be permitted to make life-altering medical decisions in relation to their gender. From high-priced hormones to puberty blockers to surgery. In the last 10 years, more than 45 gender clinics for children have opened up across the country.

Reporter Heather Sells recently interviewed several parents of transgender adults. They're alarmed and speaking out about how quickly medical and educational professionals push treatment on any gender-questioning child and they say they're ready to go public if it will prevent a new generation of medically scarred and sterile transgender adults.

Sells is on today's CBN News Daily Rundown.


Martin Luther King Jr. Day is set aside for the country to consider and respect the impact of the famed Civil Rights leader. But one of the Civil Rights leaders that King respected was church founder Richard Allen, a former slave who fought for his people's freedom as the colonies were fighting to be free of Britain. CBN News senior Washington correspondent Paul Strand recently traveled to Philadelphia to learn more about the man some call America's Black Founding Father. Strand is on today's CBN News Daily Rundown.