Palestinian violence erupted at a Jerusalem holy site as a Muslim holiday and Jewish fast day coincided. Tens of thousands of Muslim worshippers clashed with Israeli security forces on the Temple Mount on the first day of Eid al-Adha. Today on the CBN News Daily Rundown Mideast Correspondent Julie Stahl explains what happened and sheds light on possible political ramifications for Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu.
The Trump administration is expected to take steps towards prohibiting the censorship of conservatives, but one private organization is already working to provide Christian’s a voice. Reporter Caitlin Burke recently traveled to the Florida Panhandle where a tech company called Gfaith is based, she's on today's CBN News Daily Rundown talking about their new video platform for Christian influences to upload their content and share it with the world.
It's not politics as usual in Texas anymore. The historically red state is seeing a surge of enthusiasm among Democrats, which has Republicans playing defense. Senior Washington correspondent Jennifer Wishon recently traveled to Austin, TX. where she says Republicans are changing their approach and Democrats are in it to win. She's on today's CBN News Daily Rundown.
CBN News Director Rob Allman has been in the news business for more than three decades. After working in a number of medium and large market secular newsrooms, Allman brought his talents to CBN. During this one-on-one he delves into the differences between running a Christian news operation versus a mainstream one. He also articulates why he considers mainstream news outlets part of his core competition.
The trade war with China took a turn for the worse on Monday. In the face of new tariffs by the Trump administration, China lowered its currency rate. The move rocked US financial markets and resulted in the biggest drop of the year. Senior international correspondent Gary Lane is on today's CBN News Daily Rundown with more on the consequences of this battle between the world's two largest economies.
“As much as people have problems with Donald Trump's rhetoric on the campaign trail and out at those rallies, what we just saw today from the president was basically saying, 'Look White Supremacists, you’re not getting away with this, we’re going to put you to death for it,' I don’t know what’s stronger than that,” CBN News chief political analyst David Brody said of the president's speech this morning condemning the attacks of the weekend.
Two deadly rampages, taking place 13 hours apart, resulted in the deaths of 22 people in El Paso, TX. and 9 people in Dayton, OH. Brody is on today's CBN News Daily Rundown with analysis of the president's speech and what he considers the biggest news to come of it.
Be sure to watch Faith Nation this afternoon for more from David and the rest of our CBN News team on the weekend shootings and the legislative response.
In October of 2018, Hurricane Michael ripped through the Florida Panhandle as a Category 5 hurricane. Today, reporter Caitlin Burke says the area looks much as it did last October when she covered the aftermath of the storm – homes, businesses, and churches destroyed but not rebuilt and services like electricity, internet, and cable still out. She's on today's CBN News Daily Rundown.
Is Biden past his prime? Senator Kamala Harris can dish it, but can she take it? Will the 2020 election be "revenge of Pocahontas?" Chief political analyst David Brody and Washington correspondent Amber Strong answer all those questions and more in their recap of this week's Democrat debates. Listen in on today's CBN News Daily Rundown.
Israel's success in protecting itself from attacks has helped make the country a global leader in counter-terrorism. CBN News Mid East correspondent Julie Stahl was recently given a tour and behind the scenes access to one of the main training centers where soldiers from all over the world go to learn the skills needed to take on terror. She's on today's CBN News Daily Rundown.
The Supreme Court is one of the biggest issues of the 2020 election. Democrats want to dilute the conservative majority on the court, which is why several candidates are suggesting increasing the number of justices if their party takes back the White House. Senior Washington correspondent Paul Strand says packing the court could bring some unintended consequences. He's on today's CBN News Daily Rundown.