03-22-2018

Today on The CBN News Daily Rundown: The Austin serial bomber is off the streets but that doesn't mean the investigation is over. Contributing Correspondent Chuck Holton is covering the story for CBN News--he shares why the FBI appears to be pulling out all the stops for this case. 

03-21-2018

Today on The CBN News Daily Rundown: A former abortion doctor now fights to save the lives of the unborn. Reporter Charlene Aaron talks about her interview with Kathi Aultman, a woman who personally aborted hundreds of babies and was once "fascinated" by baby body parts. 

03-20-2018

Today on The CBN News Daily Rundown: America's opioid epidemic--Trump has a plan to stop it--but is the country ready for the tough stance he wants to take? CBN News health correspondent Lorie Johnson digs into what's behind addiction in America and what solutions could see the most success.

03-19-2018

Will President Donald Trump fire special counsel Robert Mueller? If he does, what will it mean for his presidency?

Today on the CBN News Daily Rundown we ask CBN News Chief Political Correspondent David Brody for some inside analysis.

Also, the latest on the firing of former FBI Director Andrew McCabe and other top stories from the CBN Newsroom.

03-16-2018

A remarkable story of "hope and redemption," that's how country music star Trace Adkins describes the film "I Can Only Imagine" opening in theaters nationwide today. It's the story behind MercyMe's double platinum Christian hit by the same name written by Bart Millard. CBN News Entertainment Reporter and host of Studio 5, Efrem Graham, interviewed Millard, Trace Adkins and Priscilla Shirer about their roles in the film along with Grammy award winner Amy Grant who also plays a part in the story. Don't miss Efrem's behind the scenes scoop about the star power behind this remarkable story. Also, watch his story airing on the 700 Club today.

03-15-2018

America witnessed the largest demonstration by high school students in our nation's history Wednesday. At 10am tens of thousands of students walked out of their classrooms to pay their respects to the 17 students and teachers killed a month ago at a high school in Parkland, Florida and also to demand changes they believe will keep them safe. The students say they're sick of going to school wondering if they'll get shot. On today's CBN News Daily Rundown we dive deeper into two very different student walkouts. CBN anchor John Jessup covered the walkout outside the White House, which was heavy on politics, while CBN anchor/reporter Mark Martin covered a walkout at a Christian school in Virginia where students focused on prayer.

03-14-2018

What is beauty? If you ask ten different people you'll likely get ten different answers, but a Connecticut woman found the most powerful answer that's chaning the lives of women who desperately need a makeover. CBN Senior Washington Correspondent Jennifer Wishon hosts the podcast today to learn more about this story CBN's Caitlin Burke stumbled into at church.

03-13-2018

Today on The CBN News Daily Rundown: Politically Homeless--that's a term that many Americans felt defined them after the 2016 election. A new group could provide the solution. It's called the And Campaign, their slogan is, "The compassion of the right AND the convictions of the left." Reporter Amber Strong traveled to Atlanta for this story, and she says this group started by millennials is gaining momentum.

03-12-2018

Today on The CBN News Daily Rundown: Reporter Heather Sells is in Puerto Rico. She's working on several stories you won't see talked about in the main stream media--the role of the Church as the island rebuilds and the role CBN played in re-opening schools.

03-09-2018

Today on The CBN News Daily Rundown: In one week, North Korea has met with a South Korean delegation, expressed interest in negotiating with the U.S. and promised to stop work on their nuclear arsenal. A major announcement Thursday night has this moving full-speed ahead and CBN News national security correspondent Erik Rosales is on to explain how we got here and what to expect moving forward. 

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