Georgia's governor has declared a state of emergency and called in 1,000 National Guard troops after an eight-year-old girl was gunned down in Atlanta over the weekend. The heartbreaking death comes weeks after tumultuous violence in response to the shooting death of Rayshard Brooks.
Charlene Aaron is on today's rundown sharing why cities like Atlanta, Chicago, and New York are seeing a rise in violence and why the scene on the streets of Minneapolis, after the death of George Floyd, is starkly different.
"When the people of God get together and begin to pray, begin to worship, and release the sound of Heaven over a city, over a community, it pushes the darkness away."
Massive and mysterious explosions have blasted Iran's nuclear and missile facilities in the past few days. But who's behind the blasts? Many speculate that it's Israel, using cyber warfare to attack Iran's nuclear program but Israeli officials aren't admitting to anything. Mideast bureau chief Chris Mitchell is on today's CBN News Daily Rundown from Jerusalem.
What started out as protests against racism have turned into a movement against America itself, targeting not only Confederate statues but revered figures such as Abraham Lincoln, George Washington and others. What's the real purpose behind this movement and what are the dangers of ignoring and erasing history? CBN's Paul Strand is here to explain.
Both parties hold their national conventions in August. Republicans will travel to Jacksonville, Florida, and Democrats to Milwaukee, Wisconsin. They're expected to look a little different this year and so will our coverage of them. Washington Bureau Chief, Dana Ritter, is on today's CBN News Daily Rundown with a look at what we know.
The new field of transgender pediatric medicine has taken off in recent years and it pushes a treatment plan that features life-changing medical interventions. However, some experts say the treatment can have a significant impact on children. Heather Sells has been following the developments in this field and she is on today's CBN News Daily Rundown.
By the Fourth of July, the corn should be knee-high and the presidential election is just around the corner. Wait a minute, I don't think that's exactly how that saying goes, but there are two bits of truth in there.
We're about four months away from the election and for now, Democrat Joe Biden is enjoying the upper hand in polling both nationally and in critical battleground states.
Today on the CBN News Daily Rundown we're checking in on the state of the race with Chief Political Analyst David Brody.
"You know, it's gonna be uphill for him, but then again, what isn't uphill for Donald Trump? It's been uphill for him ever since the beginning of all of this," Brody says.
It's crunch time for the Supreme Court as they reach the time of year when things are usually wrapping up. But with more than a dozen rulings still to come, there's a chance they'll have to extend their term. Senior Washington correspondent Paul Strand is on today's CBN News Daily Rundown with a look at the ruling that came down today, what's still to come and how COVID could impact next term for the High Court as well.
The Justice Department says left-wing groups are behind much of the violence we've been seeing at Black Lives Matter protests, specifically a group called "Redneck Revolt," the militant wing of Antifa. Senior international correspondent Gary Lane has looked into who this group is and what they're about. He's on today's CBN News Daily Rundown.
The White House reportedly plans to hold a critical meeting this week about Israel's plan to annex parts of the West Bank. Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu is pushing to begin extending Israel's sovereignty as soon as July 1st. Netanyahu is counting on President Trump to back the annexation plans, but there are mixed signals over whether the administration supports immediate annexation. Middle East Bureau Chris Mitchell says it's all a matter of timing. He's on today's CBN News Daily Rundown.
The U.S. Supreme Court has redefined the meaning of sex. The court's latest ruling says you can't discriminate on the basis of sex.
In 1964, the law protected men and women from workplace discrimination, but now "sex" is defined as both your sexual orientation and your gender identity.
The ruling is meant to protect LGBTQ employees, but it could have a profound impact on religious freedom.
Senior Washington correspondent Paul Strand is on today's CBN News Daily Rundown to talk about why this ruling is so controversial.