Today on The CBN News Daily Rundown: The mainstream media is full of politicians talking about the right way to fix the US policy on immigration--and lately both sides have been using scripture to prove their point is the right one. CBN's John Jessup says using the Bible as a basis for criticizing each others position is a tactic that's been used throughout history.
Today on The CBN News Daily Rundown: The images from the border are heartbreaking--and in a shift from previous policy--President Trump announced Wednesday that families will now be held together during the process of prosecution and deportation. But the over-arching immigration problem remains, and for there to be a real solution, Congress must act. Capitol Hill correspondent Abigail Robertson says several votes are expected today--but shares why it's unlikely any of them will make it to the desk of the president.
Today on The CBN News Daily Rundown: She was the first American in history to be jailed for taking a stand for traditional marriage. Senior Washington correspondent Paul Strand recently sat down with Kim Davis--the Kentucky County Clerk who refused to put her name on gay marriage licenses. He says she's got a dire warning for Americans about a cultural battle that is far from over.
Today on the CBN News Daily Rundown: It was once the largest US municipality to ever declare bankruptcy--now after years of recovery--Motor City is back open for business. CBN News reporter Mark Martin shares how far Detroit has come and what's next in the cities revitalization efforts.
Today on The CBN News Daily Rundown: Iran is experiencing its worst drought in 50 years, leading to a water shortage and the loss of much needed crops. Israel is a world leader in water technology and has offered to share the innovation that has kept them from a similar crisis--but Iranian officials say no. CBN News Mid-East Bureau Chief Chris Mitchell says Israeli leaders have bypassed the government and are now appealing directly to the Iranian people.
Today on the CBN News Daily Rundown: After a decade of research--a groundbreaking study is re-directing how doctors treat breast cancer. Thousands of women will now be spared from one of the most common and most dangerous treatments: chemotherapy. CBN News health reporter Lorie Johnson has looked into the new findings and discusses who's eligible to opt out of chemo.
The high profile suicides of designer Kate Spade and celebrity chef Anthony Bourdain shed new light on the alarming number of Americans who are taking their own lives. CBN News health reporter Lorie Johnson tells us what warning signs to look out for and discusses the role of the church in giving people hope today on the CBN News Daily Rundown.
President Donald Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong Un have concluded their historic summit in Singapore. For the world it was a rare chance to get a glimpse of Kim and his entourage. CBN News White House Correspondent Ben Kennedy gives us some insight into the spectacle of the summit today on the CBN News Daily Rundown.
Prison dogs eating dead North Koreans, forced abortions without anesthesia and starvation. Christian North Korean defectors tell CBN News about the horrors they experienced in their country because of their desire to follow Jesus. They also share the miracles God is doing in North Korea where people are taught their dictator is god. CBN News National Security Correspondent Erik Rosales takes us behind the scenes of his reporting today on the CBN News Daily Rundown.
To Hispanic congregations across America he's known simply as Pastor Sam, but Samuel Rodriguez has the ear of the president as one of his influential evangelical faith advisors. Despite facing criticism from some fellow Christians, Rodriguez says he's fulfilling "an assignment from heaven." CBN News Correspondent Heather Sells recently profiled Rodriguez for the 700 Club and tells us more about the leader she's been following for a decade today on the CBN News Daily Rundown.