The Trump administration is making efforts to avoid a partial government shutdown. White House spokeswoman Sarah Sanders says the president has found another way to get the money he's after for the border wall he wants to build between the US and Mexico border. Capitol Hill correspondent Abigail Robertson is on today's CBN News Daily Rundown with what we know.
There's an interesting problem facing America's workforce, too many people are going to college. National estimates indicate that over the next ten years, nearly 3.5 million manufacturing jobs will probably be needed--but get this--two million of those may remain unfilled because of a skills gap. Reporter Mark Martin looked into why fewer people are choosing trade school and what the manufacturing industry is doing to change that. He's on today's CBN News Daily Rundown.
It's time for the Church to publicly address sexual abuse and be ready to hear victims' stories. That was the topic of a summit at Wheaton College this week, where several well-known evangelical admitted to being survivors themselves. Reporter Heather Sells attended the event and sat down with Bible teacher Beth Moore, who has long been vocal about her own experience of being sexually abused as a child. Heather talks about that interview on today's CBN News Daily Rundown.
Canada is making some changes. Simply put, our neighbor to the North seems to be trying to diversify. But what it's turned into is more of an identity crisis. Instead of embracing values as one united nation, it's trying to embrace every value, a move that could prove to be dangerous. Senior international correspondent Dale Hurd is on today's CBN News Daily Rundown.
Criminal justice reform has republicans divided. But, Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell says it will be voted on by the end of the year. Those in support of the legislation, including President Trump, have spent weeks lobbying McConnell to take up the bill, which has bi-partisan support. That means it also has bi-partisan opposition. Republican Senators like Tom Cotton of Arkansas, say the bill has some major problems that still need to be addressed. Take a listen back to this interview with Capitol Hill correspondent Abigail Robertson on what this bill is all about and why it's now or never.
Have you ever felt healthier during a season when you were giving more? According to doctors from some of the top medical research institutions--that's no coincidence. Generosity is good for your health. Reporter Lorie Johnson has looked into some of the research surrounding this topic and she's on today's episode of The CBN News Daily Rundown.
It's a new week in Washington, which means new drama. Democrats are threatening potential indictments and possibly even impeachment of the president. This comes after New York prosecutors alleged that Trump's former attorney, Michael Cohen, made undisclosed payments to two of, then-candidate Trump's, former mistresses in exchange for their silence during the campaign. According to a sentencing memo, that was all done in coordination with Trump. Chief political correspondent David Brody is on today's CBN News Daily Rundown to talk about just how bad this really is for the president.
Some new faces will soon be joining the Trump administration. The president announced two big nominations on Friday; Heather Nauert was tapped to be the next Ambassador to the UN and William Barr for Attorney General. Chief Political Correspondent David Brody is on today's CBN News Daily Rundown with what we know about each of Trumps picks.
The current economic status of the US has a lot of seasoned analysts scratching their heads. We've seen surges in job growth and wage gain month after month but there's still growing buzz about a recession and the stock market has been going through seemingly manic spikes and dives. Financial editor Drew Parkhill is on today's CBN News Daily Rundown to explain some of the economic indicators we've seen over the last several months.
A number of Jewish American property owners in Israel have filed a civil rights lawsuit against internet hospitality giant Airbnb. They say a new policy specifically discriminates against them because of their religion. Jerusalem correspondent Julie Stahl has been covering this story and she's on today's CBN News Daily Rundown.