Today on The CBN News Daily Rundown: How does a cold case investigator view the Resurrection differently than, say, a biblical scholar or an evangelist? Senior Washington correspondent Paul Strand interviewed one of the most talented cold case detectives in the country, who also happened to be an atheist. But when he took on the case of Christ--he was faced with evidence he couldn't ignore.
Today on The CBN News Daily Rundown: One of the Pence family pets has become something of a celebrity and is now also an author--sort of. White House Correspondent Amber Strong sat down with Second Lady Karen Pence and her daughter Charlotte to talk about their new children's book: Marlon Bundo's Day in the Life of the Vice President. Amber found that while it's a book kids will love--there's much more to it.
Today on The CBN News Daily Rundown: The Parkland High School Shooting put ending gun violence at the forefront of national conversation and it's not going away. CBN News Washington correspondent Amber Strong covered March for Our Lives over the weekend. She says that while students lead the charge, every demographic was represented, but not necessarily in agreement on how to move forward.
Today on The CBN News Daily Rundown: Several Christian films have been released surrounding Holy Week and Easter Sunday. The latest: Paul, Apostle of Christ. CBN News' Efrem Graham had a chance to interview some of the cast, who say playing these characters was life changing.
Today on The CBN News Daily Rundown: The United Nations helped to establish the State of Israel back in 1947--but up until recently it's been a forum largely used to condemn the Jewish state. CBN News Senior International correspondent Gary Lane recently produced an exclusive interview with Israeli Ambassador to the UN Danny Danon--who says that thanks to the efforts of Nikki Haley, he's feeling cautiously optimistic.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.