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CBN NewsWatch PM: May 29, 2020

CBN NewsWatch PM: May 29, 2020

CBN NewsWatch AM: May 29, 2020

Minnesota’s governor calls in the National Guard to help curb violent protests over the death of George Floyd in police custody. What a vaccine for COVID19 might look like and how it’d be administered… but will Americans take it? President Trump takes on Twitter as conservatives and the battle with social media continues. Why a U.S. supported annexation of Judea and Samaria is drawing heat in the Middle East. Helping kids “Hang 10” this summer while building faith and character… and ABC’s Paula

CBN NewsWatch PM: May 28, 2020

Latest on reaction to death George Floyd after police force used on him. As states reopen what is happening with COVID 19. Parts of Africa struggle under massive swarms of locust. Why the delay in the DOJ’s dismissal of the criminal case against former Trump National Security Adviser. How Operation Blessing is making a difference in the Philippines following a major typhoon. Word on a livestream send-off for graduating seniors across the nation.

CBN NewsWatch AM: May 28, 2020

The death of George Floyd continues to send ripples across America, with protests turning violent in Minneapolis; President Trump is expected to issue an executive order that will address bias in social media companies; China backs resolution that tightens controls over Hong Kong. Hear how the new laws could mean the end of self-rule for Hong Kong; and communities and high schools across the nation are coming up with creative ways to celebrate graduating seniors amid this pandemic.

CBN NewsWatch PM: May 27, 2020

CBN NewsWatch PM: May 27, 2020

CBN NewsWatch AM: May 27, 2020

On Newswatch AM May 27th: signs of an improving economy as governments lift lockdowns, and stock market keeps rallying; as US closes in on 100,000 deaths, authorities using contact tracing to contain the coronavirus – but some critics call it “Big Brother;” protests in Minneapolis after video shows white police officer keeping his knee on his neck even as he said “I can’t breathe;” China’s crackdown on Hong Kong through a new security law; how couples have come up with creative solutions to have

CBN NewsWatch PM: May 26, 2020

CBN NewsWatch PM: May 26, 2020

CBN NewsWatch AM: May 26, 2020

On Newswatch AM May 26th: California gives guidance on re-opening churches, while Justice Department wants Nevada to reconsider its limit of 10 people on religious gatherings; optimism building for economic recovery, and potential vaccine development encourages stock market as Americans ventured out for Memorial Day; GOP groups sue California Governor Gavin Newsome over his mail-in voting action – the latest in the political battle over this issue; Israel establishing new ties with its Gulf Stat

CBN NewsWatch PM: May 25, 2020

CBN NewsWatch PM: May 25, 2020

CBN NewsWatch AM: May 25, 2020

On Newswatch AM May 25th: Churches, houses of worship re-opening after President Trump’s warning to governors; Minnesota & California governors move to change their rules after churches say they will hold in-person services despite the lockdowns; churches in states like Virginia already holding services; Americans take to beaches and public places over the weekend, often ignoring social distancing guidelines; in Israel, trial of Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu begins, could last two to three y

CBN NewsWatch PM: May 22, 2020

CBN NewsWatch PM: May 22, 2020

CBN NewsWatch AM: May 22, 2020

As states begin reopening across the nation, warnings that the virus threat still exists, but the president says it will be handled differently in the future. Church leaders in various states say they are being handled differently by leaders with continued restrictions. Legal groups comes to their defense and to protect their religious liberties. Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu prepares to go to trial on criminal charges. CBN’s Chris Mitchell explains what’s happening in the case. Deta

CBN NewsWatch PM: May 21, 2020

CBN NewsWatch PM: May 21, 2020

CBN NewsWatch AM: May 21, 2020

Global cases of Coronavirus surpass five million as many states and several nations roll out an app to try to stop the spread; catastrophic flooding in Michigan. The damage is so bad, the state’s governor is asking President Trump to speed up aid; and White House Press Secretary Kayleigh McEnany talks about the president’s reasons for taking the drug hydroxychloroquine, and more.

CBN NewsWatch PM: May 20, 2020

CBN NewsWatch PM: May 20, 2020

CBN NewsWatch AM: May 20, 2020

On Newswatch AM May 20th: Federal Reserve Chair Jerome Powell and Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin offer different ideas on re-opening the economy to the Senate; CBN News Medical Reporter Lorie Johnson answers key questions: will there be a second Covid-19 wave this fall? Can you be re-infected with the virus after recovering from it? And how important are face masks to cutting down the transmission of the virus?; federal government asking for $80 million back from 37 Planned Parenthood affiliat

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