Comedian Michelle Wolf drew moans from an audience of journalists at the White House Correspondents' Dinner Saturday night when she joked about abortion. "Don’t knock it ‘til you try it, and when you do try it, really knock it. You know, you’ve got to get that baby out of there," she said in a joke that began by making fun of Vice President Mike Pence's pro-life views. "He believes abortion is murder," she told the crowd. Her vile jokes about abortion and attacks on Press Secretary Sarah Sanders and others drew quick criticism from members of the White House Press Corps and other reporters across the country. Today on the CBN News Daily Rundown Senior Washington Correspondent Jennifer Wishon leads a discussion with White House Correspondent Ben Kennedy and Correspondent Amber Strong about Wolf's performance and the reaction that followed. All three attended the dinner Saturday.


Former Senator Joe Liberman is a Democrat who has won as an Independent and doesn't mind supporting Republicans when their values align with his - especially on foreign policy. CBN's John Jessup recently sat down with Lieberman to talk about politics, President Trump and his new book, "With Liberty and Justice: The Fifth Day Journey form Egypt to Sinai." We hear from both of them today on the CBN News Daily Rundown.


Today on The CBN News Daily Rundown: Members of Congress gathered, Wednesday, to begin practicing for their annual charity baseball game. Their first practice held at the field where almost a year ago a gunman opened fire on them. Capitol Hill correspondent Abigail Robertson interviewed some of the lawmakers who were on the field June 14, 2017--lawmakers who say they're only alive because of God's intervention.


Today on The CBN News Daily Rundown: An act of friendship we don't hear about often on Capitol Hill--a democrat cast a crucial vote for his republican colleague, who was unable to be at an important confirmation hearing because of the funeral of a close friend. Capitol Hill correspondent Abigail Robertson witnessed the entire thing and shares about the moment she says only God could have orchestrated. 


Today on The CBN News Daily Rundown: Researchers uncover a dangerous new trend among teenagers--digital self-harm. CBN News health correspondent Lorie Johnson says teens are actually bullying themselves online. She compares this new method of self-harm to those of previous generations, and shares why today's teenagers are using the internet as a weapon against themselves. 


Today on The CBN News Daily Rundown: The state of religious freedom in China. CBN News senior international correspondent George Thomas says the Church there may soon need to go back underground as disturbing new government mandates are released.


Today on The CBN News Daily Rundown: Two organizations, with very little in common, are working together to provide clean drinking water to Puerto Rico. CBN News reporter Heather Sells spoke with the heads of the American Federation of Teachers and Operation Blessing--about how they got connected and how they were able to get past their differences. 


Today on The CBN News Daily Rundown: Facebook is working with Churches. This may come as a surprise after all the headlines accusing the social networking giant of censorship against conservatives and Christians, but CBN News 700 Club anchor John Jessup says the tech companies mission actually syncs with that of the Church.


Today on The CBN News Daily Rundown: Israel celebrates 70 years of independence on Thursday. CBN News Middle East bureau chief Chris Mitchell takes a look back at how far the Jewish nation has come and how God continues to fulfill his promises there. 


Today on The CBN News Daily Rundown: An Oregon judge says he's off the bench and standing trial--because of his faith. CBN News Washington Correspondent Jennifer Wishon spoke with Judge Vance Day--she's on today's episode with details about how Day ended up in criminal court and why he wouldn't trade any of it.