May was the busiest month along the US-Mexico border since President Biden took office. Every day 6,000 illegal immigrants are flooding the border, and entire communities in Texas are being over-run by the surge. Capitol Hill correspondent Abigail Robertson was invited to visit the border as part of a congressional delegation. One representative told her that the crisis at the border is no longer just a Texas problem, immigrants are being transported throughout the US. She shares her experience on today's CBN News Daily Rundown. 

Another big story this week, Virginia Democrats cast their votes in the gubernatorial primary, choosing former Governor Terry McAuliffe to represent them in the November election. He'll face off against Republican nominee Glen Youngkin. and on today's episode, senior Washington correspondent Jennifer Wishon says there's more than one reason to keep an eye on this race. 


CBN News spoke recently with several Texas land owners near the US border about what they are experiencing on the ground and they say the illegal immigration crisis is "getting worse and worse." Car loads of migrants are showing up on their properties, creating a dangerous situation for all involved. Dan Andros & Tré Goins-Phillips from CBN's Faithwire break down this story and more top news on today's Daily Rundown. 


A major Evangelical adoption agency is being deemed ‘Woke’ after calling for the proper education of adoptive transracial parents. Bethany Christian services says a federal law that prohibits race from being a factor in adoption prevents proper education of prospective parents, and that education is an important factor in ensuring positive child placement. CBN News National Security Correspondent Caitlin Burke is on The Daily Rundown today to discuss the various sides of the debate.

Another top story this week is Biden’s agenda, or rather what’s not on his agenda: uniting both sides of the aisle. With the infrastructure bill hanging in the balance of the Senate and the ‘For the People Act’ receiving pushback from both Republicans and Democrats, there is speculation about a possible government shutdown. CBN News Senior Reporter Dale Hurd talks some of the President’s biggest legislation and hurdles on today’s episode.


Just three weeks after a run on gas along the East Coast because of the Colonial Pipeline cyber security hack, beef shortages could possibly be on the way. That is thanks to another cyber security breach of a Brazil-based meat producer called JBS, which is also the largest meat producer in the world. Meat production returned to normal Thursday after a two-day shutdown, but we’re left with questions surrounding the frequency of cyber attacks, who is subject to an attack, and what people may be stocking up on next. CBN News Senior International Correspondent George Thomas is on today’s Daily Rundown to give us the inside scoop.

Another top story this week is making the news, although it’s not a new story. A century ago on May 31st and June 1st, a white mob attacked a predominately African American community and destroyed their homes and businesses in Tulsa, Oklahoma, leaving hundreds dead or homeless. Now deemed the ‘Tulsa Race Massacre,’ the violent outbreak took place in one of the wealthiest districts in Tulsa. CBN News White House Correspondent Eric Philips brings this story to light on today’s rundown.


Dr. Anthony Fauci will be publishing a book titled "Expect the Unexpected: Ten Lessons on Truth, Service, and the Way Forward" due to release this fall. The news was overshadowed by a trove of emails recently made public that have raised questions about what Dr. Fauci knew and how he handled the pandemic. Dan Andros and Tré Goins-Phillips from CBN's Faithwire break down this story and more of today's top headlines on today's podcast.


One of the trendiest technological breakthroughs of the 21st century is artificial intelligence, also known as AI. Whether you consider it being in touch with technology or out of touch with humanity, AI touches every part of out lives. CBN News White House Correspondent Eric Philips is on today’s CBN News Daily Rundown to talk about this technology and the perspectives surrounding its use.

Zooming out of the U.S., the firestorm on the Gaza border was put on pause last week when the ceasefire took effect. But the tension remains high in mixed Jewish-Arab cities, as the conflict remains unresolved. The U.S. is working to provide relief to Israelis and Palestinians weathered by the firestorm and discuss options for resolution. CBN News Middle East Bureau Chief Chris Mitchell shares what he is seeing from the heart of the conflict.



A shock survey from Barna reveals support for Israel plummeting among younger evangelical Christians. Faithwire's Dan Andros & Tré Goins-Phillips have the details on this story and other top news stories of the day, including Chip and Joanna Gaines once again finding themselves a target of online activists.


Car companies have been manufacturing electric cars for years with little success at actually making a profit. Then Tesla entered the scene. Its line of electric models forcing the world's auto giants to play catch up. But are electric vehicles the future of the industry? Senior international correspondent George Thomas says many companies are betting big that they are. He's on today's CBN News Daily Rundown.


Loudoun County, Virginia is ground zero for a number of national debates, mainly because parents are making noise. They've formed a group called the "Fight for Schools" political action committee and they're working to recall several members of the school board for what they consider abusing their power. Washington correspondent Tara Mergener has been investigating what exactly is going on in Loudoun County. She's on today's CBN News Daily Rundown.


Israel continues to fight back against the terrorist group Hamas as the war in Gaza shows no signs of easing up. Most of the attention from the escalating conflict between Israel and Hamas focuses on rockets fired from Gaza and the military response, but some fear a greater battle is taking place on the ground, with growing violence between Israeli Jews and Arabs throughout the country. Mideast correspondent Julie Stahl spent the day on Israel's southern border. She's on today's CBN News Daily Rundown.