“Any given Sunday, Monday or Thursday any team can come out on top. It’s about who shows up, who is the most disciplined in that particular game, how did they prepare and then playing situational football," said CBN sports correspondent Shawn Brown ahead of this weekend's final NFL playoff game.
The Titans, Chiefs, Packers, and 49ers will compete on Sunday to determine who moves on to this year's Superbowl.
Shawn is on today's CBN News Daily Rundown with a look at the teams taking the field and some insight into which players credit Christ with their success.
Open Doors USA released its annual World Watch List, identifying the top 50 countries where it's most dangerous to be a Christian. Senior international correspondent George Thomas has been covering the plight of Christians around the world for years. He's on today's CBN News Daily Rundown with more on who made this year's list.
“Not many people are allowed to report about the good news of God in times of calamity,” said CBN News correspondent Lucille Talusan of her experience covering the Taal Volcano eruption in the Philippines this week.
“Imagine, hundreds of people are there in the evacuation center,” Lucille said through tears, “and it just amazes me how the Holy Spirit will just prompt me.”
Listen in to today’s CBN News Daily Rundown to hear how God used her interactions to give people overcome by tragedy new hope.
The national March for Life launches from the National Mall in Washington DC on Friday, January 24. CBN News senior Washington correspondent Paul Strand has been covering the march for more than a decade but says this year is different. After years of silence on the topic, the Supreme Court will hear a case this Spring that has the potential to challenge legalized abortion in America. Strand is on today's CBN News Daily Rundown.
President Trump suggests military action against Iran is over, at least for now, but the Iranian threat to the US home-front remains. From reports of an increase in cyber attacks to the threat of a surprise attack right here in the US, experts warn Americans are still at risk.
“Iranian terrorists have contracted with Los Zetas. Los Zetas is one of the most violent drug gangs/cartels in northern Mexico and for $50,000 they would contract with them to smuggle their people in,” said senior international correspondent Gary Lane.
He's on today's CBN News Daily Rundown with a look at how Iran has plotted against the US in the past and how some of those same strategies could be at play now.
Over the weekend Reinhard Bonnke was remembered in a memorial service as a "giant and a general in the army of God." The influential evangelist passed away a month ago, after years of declining health. CBN News senior international correspondent George Thomas is on today's CBN News Daily Rundown with a look at the legacy that Bonnke leaves behind.
Between efforts to get things moving with an impeachment trial and continued tension over President Trump's decision to take out Iranian General Soleimani, lawmakers in Congress are on edge. Capitol Hill correspondent Abigail Robertson has been following the latest with impeachment as well as the proposed War Powers Resolution, an attempt to limit the president's ability to take military action. She's on today's CBN News Daily Rundown.
There is concern that this year's flu season could be the worst in decades. As of the end of December, widespread flu activity was reported by health departments in 46 states and the season doesn't usually peak until February. CBN News health correspondent Lorie Johnson says it's important to stay home if you're sick. This season is already off to a record-breaking start, but things can still turn around if people take precautions not to spread the virus. Johnson is on today's CBN News Daily Rundown.
Only a week into 2020 and there's talk of war with Iran, slim progress moving forward with an impeachment trial in the Senate and the pressure of an election year hanging over every decision made in Washington. Chief political analyst David Brody is on today's CBN News Daily Rundown with a look at some of the issues making headlines as we start the New Year and insight into how they could start to play out.
The world waits to see how Iran will respond to the US airstrike that killed the man considered as possibly the most powerful military figure in the Middle East. Iran and its allies have spent the last three days mourning the loss of General Qasem Soleimani, but they’ve made it clear: they will seek revenge. CBN News Mideast Bureau Chief, Chris Mitchell, says this is one of the biggest escalations he's seen--but he doesn't believe Iran can afford to go to war with the US. Mitchell is on today's CBN News Daily Rundown.
(Don't miss this article published by Faithwire.com managing editor Dan Andros on his experience seeing Soleimani's brand of evil first-hand.)