Today on The CBN News Daily Rundown: Researchers uncover a dangerous new trend among teenagers--digital self-harm. CBN News health correspondent Lorie Johnson says teens are actually bullying themselves online. She compares this new method of self-harm to those of previous generations, and shares why today's teenagers are using the internet as a weapon against themselves.
Today on The CBN News Daily Rundown: The state of religious freedom in China. CBN News senior international correspondent George Thomas says the Church there may soon need to go back underground as disturbing new government mandates are released.
Today on The CBN News Daily Rundown: Two organizations, with very little in common, are working together to provide clean drinking water to Puerto Rico. CBN News reporter Heather Sells spoke with the heads of the American Federation of Teachers and Operation Blessing--about how they got connected and how they were able to get past their differences.
Today on The CBN News Daily Rundown: Facebook is working with Churches. This may come as a surprise after all the headlines accusing the social networking giant of censorship against conservatives and Christians, but CBN News 700 Club anchor John Jessup says the tech companies mission actually syncs with that of the Church.
Today on The CBN News Daily Rundown: Israel celebrates 70 years of independence on Thursday. CBN News Middle East bureau chief Chris Mitchell takes a look back at how far the Jewish nation has come and how God continues to fulfill his promises there.
Today on The CBN News Daily Rundown: An Oregon judge says he's off the bench and standing trial--because of his faith. CBN News Washington Correspondent Jennifer Wishon spoke with Judge Vance Day--she's on today's episode with details about how Day ended up in criminal court and why he wouldn't trade any of it.
Today on The CBN News Daily Rundown: The US led an airstrike, over the weekend, against Syria's chemical weapons facilities--a move Israel applauded--but that still led to some tense conversations with the United States. CBN News Mid-East bureau chief Chris Mitchel and senior editor John Waage talk about the threat that Israel warns, still needs to be neutralized.
Today on The CBN News Daily Rundown: Pastor Rich Wilkerson Jr. has some pretty high-profile friends--but he says he's not interested in fame, he's interested in forming relationships with sinners--just like Jesus did. CBN News reporter and Studio 5 host, Efrem Graham, sat down with Wilkerson and asked him what he has to say to "critical Christians."
Today on The CBN News Daily Rundown: A mass exodus on Capitol Hill. House Speaker Paul Ryan joins a growing list of lawmakers who say they will not seek re-election. CBN News Capitol Hill correspondent Abigail Robertson digs into what's become so toxic about the culture on the Hill.
Today on The CBN News Daily Rundown: An encouraging story out of the Mid-East, even as the world waits to see how the West will respond to Syria. For years the Israeli military has helped coordinate what's known as the "Good Neighbor Project," sending in food, fuel, and desperately needed medical treatment to Syria. It's an outside-of-the-box plan, but CBN Middle East Bureau Chief says it's been a game changer.