A large earthquake struck north of Boise, Idaho, Tuesday evening, with people across a large area reporting shaking.
A sobering milestone as America's deaths from COVID-19 has now surpassed the number of those killed in the 9/11attacks. Also, confirmed cases continue to skyrocket in the US with nearly 165,00 confirmed coronavirus cases. That's more than double the number of reported cases in China where the outbreak originated.
Americans are stepping up to the plate, answering the call for help after New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo (D) issued a desperate plea for his state. New York continues to be the country's epicenter with nearly 70,000 cases – more than a third of the total amount of cases in the country.
People across the nation are coming together to pray for and support the health care workers who are risking their lives every day to serve the sick.
Faith communities across the nation have been asked not to hold worship services during these days of social distancing.
Federal judges in Texas, Alabama, and Ohio have temporarily blocked attempts to restrict abortions during the coronavirus outbreak.
Mike Lindell, CEO of My Pillow, is shifting his company to helping make medical supplies. He joined President Trump at the White House, saying he believes that by turning to God, the nation will come through this stronger than before.
While the United States is doubling down on social distancing after President Trump extended guidelines through April 30th, things are looking up for the city that became the epicenter of the Coronavirus.
Law enforcement officials arrested the pastor of a Tampa, FL, megachurch on Monday for violating a safer-at-home order that was put in place to limit the spread of the COVID-19 virus.
Churches continuing to hold in-person worship services came under fire from elected officials and other critics Sunday who fear the gatherings put parishioners at risk for catching the coronavirus. Now new research, obtained exclusively by CBN News, shows how churches across the nation are managing their ministries, including plans to celebrate Easter, during the pandemic.