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CBN NewsWatch: January 18, 2018

On CBN Newswatch, Jan.18th: President Trump rejects a bipartisan immigration deal; the Southern U.S. is shoveling out after a slow-moving winter storm dumped almost a foot in some areas and and killed at least 10 people; The number of deadly flu cases continues to spike across the united states; and more.

CBN NewsWatch: January 17, 2018

On CBN Newswatch, Jan.17th: Former Chief Strategist for the White House Steve Bannon is now at the center of the ongoing investigation into Russia's interference in the 2016 election;Some 90 million people are in the path of the latest winter storm to hit the nation; U.S. officials say it's unlikely any Jerusalem embassy will open before the end of Trump's first term; and more.

CBN NewsWatch: January 16, 2018

On CBN Newswatch, Jan.16th: Police in Southern California have arrested a mother and father accused of torturing and holding their 13 children captive;President Trump is firing back at Senator Dick Durbin, the President says Durbin misrepresented what he said at an oval office meeting on DACA las week; GOP leaders say they may not be able to reach a long-term spending agreement with Democrats by Friday;Olympic gold medalist Simone Biles says she was sexually abused by a former USA gymnastics tea

CBN NewsWatch: January 15, 2018

On CBN Newswatch, Jan.15th: Hundreds of people gathered to pray for those killed by the mudslides in Southern California; A 7.1 earthquake hit off the coast of Peru; a Federal Judge in Nevada released hundreds of pages of FBI documents about the Las Vegas shooting massacre; federal and local officials are reviewing the emergency alarm system after a major scare for the people of Hawaii this weekend;and more.

CBN NewsWatch: January 12, 2018

On CBN Newswatch, Jan.12th: More than 40 people are still missing after Tuesday's massive mudslide including four children; immigration agents have raided dozens of 7-eleven stores across the country; A setback to negotiations over immigration reform in Washington after President Donald Trump uses vulgar language to describe certain countries; and more.

CBN NewsWatch: January 11, 2018

On CBN Newswatch, Jan.11th:Hundreds are still trapped without water or electricity near Santa Barbara, California; nearly 800,000 DACA recipients, known as the dreamers, fear deportation if congress can't fix the program that protects them; Michael Wolff's book "Fire and Fury: inside the Trump White House" has lived up to its title; It's bringing fire to former Chief Strategist Steve Bannon and eliciting fury from the president.

CBN NewsWatch: January 10, 2018

On CBN Newswatch, Jan. 10th California's historic wildfires last fall set the stage for a deadly disaster this week - mudslides; The U.S. Department of Justice says a judge's ruling protecting the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program does not change the fact that the program is illegal; Now that North Korea plans to send athletes to the winter Olympics in Seoul, it could it affect how the United States deals with the regime; and more.

CBN NewsWatch: January 9, 2018

On CBN Newswatch, Jan. 20th: Protestors rallied near the White House after the Trump Administration announced it will end special protections for Salvadoran immigrants here in the U.S.; Just as the Eastern U.S. is digging out and recovering from last week's snow and cold -- more bad weather could be on the way across the country; President Trump used his speech to the American Farm Bureau federation to promote his recently passed tax law; and more.

CBN NewsWatch: January 2, 2018

On CBN Newswatch, Jan. 2nd: Iranian protests continued for a sixth day throughout Iran; President Donald Trump returns to Washington after his Christmas break facing a slew of domestic and international action items; Some 218 million Americans are feeling the bite from a blast of arctic cold temperatures sweeping across the country; and more.

CBN NewsWatch: December 29, 2017

Unprecedented security measures expected in New York's Times Square New Year's Eve; New York City Fire kills 12, sends residents scrambling; 17 reasons why American Christians celebrated in 2017, and more.

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