While high school sports are canceled for the remainder of the season, a case involving high school athletes is still moving forward. Alliance Defending Freedom represents three female track athletes in Connecticut who are challenging a state policy allowing students to compete based on their gender identity. Attorneys recently requested that the judge presiding on the case recuse himself after he forbid the transgender athletes from being referred to as "males." Connecticut is one of 17 states that allow students to compete in a division of their choosing without restriction. Reporter Heather Sells has been covering this topic, she's on today's CBN News Daily Rundown.


More and more Americans rely on social media platforms for news and information, but many often forget these outlets, such as Facebook and Youtube are owned by private companies. That means certain constitutional guarantees like freedom of speech can easily be ignored. Washington correspondent Jennifer Wishon has been following a rise in instances when these social media giants have taken down content they don't agree with during the COVID-19 pandemic. She's on today's CBN News Daily Rundown. 


Churches across the country are figuring out when and how they will re-open. In California, pastors are frustrated by their governor, who has not prioritized churches in his plan--so they're making plans of their own. Reporter Heather Sells has been covering this story. She's on today's CBN News Daily Rundown. 


There's a lot of advice out there on how to avoid being exposed to COVID-19: social distancing, washing your hands, avoid touching your face. But if you do contract the virus, health experts say it's imperative to have a healthy immune system--and that starts in the gut. Health correspondent Lorie Johnson recently spoke with Eric Philips about how to achieve a healthy gut. She's on today's CBN News Daily Rundown. 


The UN Food Relief Agency Chief says the world is not only facing a global pandemic but possibly famines of Biblical proportion. One hundred and thirty-five million people face crisis levels of hunger or worse and an additional 130 million are on the edge of starvation. Senior international correspondent George Thomas has been following this story. He's on today's CBN News Daily Rundown. 


The Supreme Court is making history this week, hearing arguments for the first time ever by phone. Among the 10 cases they're hearing this month: a crucial religious freedom case involving a group of nuns hoping to end a seven-year legal battle. Senior Washington correspondent Paul Strand has been following the story and he's on today's CBN News Daily Rundown.


A group of Christians in Virginia Beach has been praying outside of the largest hospital in the area since the beginning of April. Reporter and 700 Club anchor Wendy Griffith went to join them this weekend and she says God is moving in some powerful ways. She's on today's CBN News Daily Rundown.



A documentary about a missionary family that chooses to work on the frontlines of war zones airs for free on Facebook tonight. Dave Eubank has led his team, known as the Free Burma Rangers, to the battlefields of Burma, Iraq, Syria, and Sudan to provide emergency medical care, food, shelter, and prayer.

CBN News contributor Chuck Holton has been reporting on and working with, Eubank for the last 13 years.

“If you spend your life looking for comfort and security, you’ll probably miss out on the calling that God has for you. Dave has a motto, I guess, that he says all the time. He says, ‘I will not be driven by comfort or fear,’” Holton said on today’s CBN News Daily Rundown.

“The biggest lesson that I get from the Holy Spirit when I go out with Dave Eubank is that idea that I won’t be motivated by the things that motivate most people. I won’t be motivated and driven by comfort. The idea that ‘hey you could get hurt doing this, so let’s not do it,’ doesn’t enter into their thinking. The idea is more, ‘is this what we are being called to do?’”


President Trump has been absent from this week's Coronavirus Task Force briefings and has taken fewer questions from reporters than we've seen from him in the past months. The change could have something to do with what advisors are telling him about how it's affecting his re-election chances. On today's CBN News Daily Rundown, chief political analyst David Brody says the president's poll numbers may currently be taking a hit, but he predicts that when Trump's rally's resume, we'll see the president reclaim his "mojo." 


President Trump says meat processing plants are "critical infrastructure" and under a new executive order they must remain open. But as the government works to keep facilities open and operating safely, millions of Americans can no longer afford to visit their local grocery stores. Reporter Charlene Aaron recently visited a Virginia food bank--she's on today's CBN News Daily Rundown with what she found.