Today on The CBN News Daily Rundown: President Trump is just days away from announcing his nominee for the open seat on the Supreme Court. A major concern coming from the left--how the presidents pick will impact Roe vs. Wade--the ruling from 1973 that legalized abortion nationwide. CBN News senior Washington correspondent Jennifer Wishon says overturning the ruling isn't something that would happen overnight--although many states are already prepared to ban abortion if the decision falls back into their control.
Today on The CBN News Daily Rundown: Could the immigration crisis in Europe lead to the end of the European Union? Most people don't realize how close that came to happening Monday night when German Chancellor Angela Merkel made a last minute deal to narrowly escape the collapse of her government--for now. CBN News senior international correspondent Dale Hurd says if Merkel falls, the EU is likely to go with her.
Today on The CBN News Daily Rundown: President Donald Trump is finalizing one of the most important decisions of his presidency: his second nominee to the US Supreme Court--and lawmakers--well, they're already fighting about it. CBN News Capitol Hill correspondent Abigail Robertson and chief political correspondent David Brody are on today. They've got information on who the wild card's could be during the impending confirmation hearing and who's at the top of the president's short list.
Today on The CBN News Daily Rundown: Is civility in America dead? There's been report after report, over the last few weeks, of politically motivated harassment, followed by reports of lawmakers encouraging it. Capitol Hill correspondent Abigail Robertson sought out Senate Chaplain Barry Black and asked him if there's a way to come back from this--he says prayer is the answer and there's a group of lawmakers that give him hope.
Today on The CBN News Daily Rundown: It's World Refugee Week--a time when people around the world are asked to remember the 25.4 million refugees. This year the UN is drawing special attention to the Christians and Yazidis from Iraq and Syria. Senior international correspondent Gary Lane has spent time in dozens of refugee camps worldwide--and shares their powerful prayer requests.
Babies are a gift from God, they can also be expensive and one of their most basic needs is one many parents struggle to afford - diapers. Today on the CBN News Daily Rundown, CBN News Correspondent Caitlin Burke takes us behind the scenes of her reporting on the "diaper loophole" and what it means for so many American families. She also tells us how we can help. CBN News Senior Washington Correspondent Jennifer Wishon is your guest host.
Today on The CBN News Daily Rundown: Ever wondered if you have genes that predispose you to diseases like cancer or Alzheimer's--would you find out if you could?According to new research, if you HAVE the gene, you can actually turn it on or off simply by changing your behaviors. CBN News health reporter, Lorie Johnson shares how this new research will have a multi-generational impact.
Today on The CBN News Daily Rundown: When it comes to sexual abuse, women are not the only victims. According to the National Sexual Violence Resource Center, one in six men experience some form of sexual violence in their lifetime. CBN's John Jessup recently spoke with a pastor who spent years coping with the pain of being abused at the hands of relatives--now he's on a mission to help victims see themselves in a different light.
Today on The CBN News Daily Rundown: The mainstream media is full of politicians talking about the right way to fix the US policy on immigration--and lately both sides have been using scripture to prove their point is the right one. CBN's John Jessup says using the Bible as a basis for criticizing each others position is a tactic that's been used throughout history.
Today on The CBN News Daily Rundown: The images from the border are heartbreaking--and in a shift from previous policy--President Trump announced Wednesday that families will now be held together during the process of prosecution and deportation. But the over-arching immigration problem remains, and for there to be a real solution, Congress must act. Capitol Hill correspondent Abigail Robertson says several votes are expected today--but shares why it's unlikely any of them will make it to the desk of the president.