The CBN News Daily Rundown


The US government is making cybersecurity a major priority--but is it too little too late as cyber warfare intensifies? National security correspondent Eric Phillips recently looked into the challenges of protecting our systems and what one organization is doing to help. He's on today's CBN News Daily Rundown.


Islamic extremists are using social media to attack Christians in the Middle East. Open Doors USA says this emerging trend is a real cause for concern. They recently spoke with CBN News senior international correspondent Gary Lane and say its blaspheme laws that are the real problem. Gary is on today's CBN News Daily Rundown.


“What I saw yesterday made me sad, it disturbed me to a degree as well, to see Robert Mueller up there—if you look into his eyes, if you look at the body language…there was something different,” CBN chief political analyst David Brody says of what he observed during former special counsel Robert Mueller’s hearings.

On today's CBN News Daily Rundown, Brody talks about what Mueller's performance will mean for impeachment plans and he also touches on the fight that never ends (between “The Squad” and Trump.)



Borris Johnson arrives at number 10 Downing Street at a challenging time for a prime minister. At the top of his to-do list: Diplomacy with Iran and Brexit. Senior international reporter Dale Hurd says he believes Johnson is the man for the job but adds that the new Prime Minister will need to be careful when it comes to British, American relations. Listen in on today's CBN News Daily Rundown. 


The standoff between Iran and the West continues to intensify. On today's CBN News Daily Rundown Mideast bureau chief Chris Mitchell weighs in on Iran's end-game as they continue to escalate the situation in the Persian Gulf. Mitchell warns that while Iran may seem to have the upper hand, for now, it runs the risk of miscalculating the situation and underestimating the U.S. resolve. 


Gabe LaMonica has spent his 15 year career covering Washington DC as a producer.  He calls it his duty to stay abreast of the many twists and turn on the American political landscape, and he is indeed well versed.  But, his passion lies in discovering nuggets of the past and technology of the future.  Coming to CBN helped him to delve into that passion in a way he had not front of the camera.  In today's Rundown, Gabe talks about stepping from behind the scenes as a now part time correspondent and why he's drawn to the things of the obscure!


The World Health Organization is sounding the alarm about the Ebola outbreak in the Democratic Republic of Congo. They say it's now a public health emergency of international concern. CBN News International correspondent George Thomas says hygiene is the major factor involved in the continued spread of the virus. He's on today's CBN News Daily Rundown with insight into the latest developments.


"I think something very significant happened this week and I think that Donald Trump inadvertently played a game of chess this week and won," says CBN News Chief Political Correspondent David Brody.

"He has now made AOC, Ilhan Omar, Rashida Tlaib, and Ayanna Pressley- all of them, the face of the Democrat Party. They are far left, they are progressive, they are socialist and by the way that's not an insult - to them that would be a compliment so there you go America. There's your choice," Brody says.

Today on the CBN News Daily Rundown Brody breaks down the dust-up over the president's tweets, why they've made him more popular among his base, and what, if anything, this means for 2020. Also, promoting religious freedom. What the State Department is up to this week and why religious freedom abroad benefits the US. You don't want to miss this meaty episode!


Ever get the feeling you aren't getting the full picture? According to Christians in Iran, the true identity of their country is much different than what their government likes to portray. Mideast Bureau Chief Chris Mitchell is on today's CBN News Daily Rundown with insight into a side of Iran that is hidden from the world.


If you're a college student and conservative life on campus can be challenging.

“College campuses here in America are really becoming pretty hostile environments if you are conservative,” says CBN News Correspondent Caitlin Burke. 

Today on the CBN News Daily Rundown she tells us about an organization that's giving conservative college women a much-needed sense of community.