Today on The CBN News Daily Rundown: A new plan for Iran. In the wake of the U.S. exit from the Iran Nuclear Deal, Secretary of State Mike Pompeo announced the new policy. CBN News chief international correspondent Gary Lane says it could mean some serious new sanctions on Iran, but also on our allies.
Today on The CBN News Daily Rundown: Ireland has some of the toughest abortion laws in the world--at least for now. This week voters head to the polls to determine whether or not to appeal an amendment in their constitution that protects the right to life of both a mother and her unborn child. If it fails, pro-life advocates worry it will open the way to abortion on-demand. Dale Hurd is covering this story and he says there's been significant censorship ahead of the vote--Facebook actually sealing the country off from outside advertising.
As President Trump fights the opioid epidemic he may have no better partner than his surgeon general. Dr. Jerome Adams has a track record of employing unconventional policies to achieve measureable results and for him; the fight against opioid addiction is personal. CBN News Washington Correspondent Amber Strong is profiling Dr. Adams for the 700 Club and tells us about her interview with him today on the CBN News Daily Rundown.
North Korean leader Kim Jong Un cancels high level talks with South Korea and threatens to pull out of his planned meeting with President Donald Trump June 12th in Singapore. "This is a guy who cannot be trusted, this is literally a little boy who is running this country," says CBN News National Security Correspondent Erik Rosales about Kim. Rosales shares his insights about North Korea and explains the China connection today on the CBN News Daily Rundown
On the heels of his historic decision to move the US embassy to Jerusalem and looking ahead to his consequential meeting with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un, not to mention the booming economy - is President Donald Trump's political stock rising? An uptick in the president's popularity could have a major effect on the upcoming midterm elections. Today on the CBN News Daily Rundown, Chief Political Correspondent David Brody weighs in.
It may be the biggest moving day in history - the United States of America today moved its embassy from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem, the capital of Israel. President Trump says his decision to make the move simply acknowledges reality. Christians know it fulfills Biblical prophecy. CBN News Middle East Bureau Chief Chris Mitchell sets the scene for us from Jerusalem.
Today on The CBN News Daily Rundown: Millions in rural America have no access to medical care. It's a crisis that largely goes unnoticed and unsolved. Those with access to care can't imagine being without and doctors often accept jobs with salaries large enough to pay off student loans. CBN News health correspondent Lorie Johnson found a county in California that has come up with a unique plan to attract doctors--attached to an incentive to keep them.
Today on The CBN News Daily Rundown: In a "good-will" gesture, North Korea released three American detainees from labor camps. The men returned home early Thursday morning. President Trump, Vice President Pence and Secretary of State Pompeo were all at Andrews Air Force Base to meet them--along with more than 200 media outlets. National Security Correspondent Erik Rosales attended on behalf of CBN News. He shares his experience on today's episode.
Today on The CBN News Daily Rundown: A controversial decision with unpredictable consequences--President Trump announced the U.S. is backing out of the Iran Nuclear Deal. CBN News senior international correspondent George Thomas says there are a few key factors to keep an eye on: if Trump can convince European leaders to follow suit and if Iran will retaliate with an attack on Israel.
Today on The CBN News Daily Rundown: FBI agents are often the first on the scene of some of the most horrific violence--that can take a toll--which is why the bureau also employs a team of highly trained chaplains. CBN News national security correspondent Erik Rosales spoke with the men and women who volunteer as the FBI's crisis intervention team, providing spiritual first aid to agents.