Demoralized and demonized, police officers are quitting the force in droves. It's happening all across America, as strong anti-police sentiment makes both retention and recruiting an issue. Senior international correspondent George Thomas spoke with one police chief who has more than 100 openings at his department. He's on today's CBN News Daily Rundown.


Another cyber-attack...

This time on Ireland's Health Service, which shut down many of its major information technology systems as a precaution. Meanwhile, the US is still reeling from the cyber-attack against Colonial Pipeline by hackers known as Darkside--gasoline shortages and long lines still being reported in Eastern states. 

Senior international correspondent Gary Lane recently spoke with a former CIA hacker and cyber-security expert about the likelihood of more cyber-attacks--and what needs to be done to prevent them. He's on today's CBN News Daily Rundown.


Despite Israel's massive bombardment of the Gaza Strip, Hamas terror groups continue to launch rockets into Central and Southern Israel. The millions of Israelis within range have five to fifteen seconds to seek shelter when the red alert sirens go off signaling an incoming missile. Our very own CBN News team had to run for shelter several times today while covering the story at the Gaza border. Mideast Bureau Chief Chris Mitchell shares it all on today's CBN News Daily Rundown. 


You've probably noticed higher prices on everything from food to household appliances and that's because of inflation.

Costs have gone up by more than 10% on a wide range of items.

Product demand is running high as the economy recovers after the COVID-19 shutdown, but this is causing a bottleneck in the system. 

The Wall Street Journal reports this includes finding enough truck drivers to transport key materials to factories and construction sites.

It's no doubt some Americans are feeling the pinch of it all, but CBN News Financial editor Drew Parkhill says inflation will stabilize and we could see the strongest growth in the economy since 1984.


After 35 years at CBN and 26 years in DC, our beloved CBN News Senior Washington Correspondent Paul Strand is biking into retirement. Paul has been a key player in our Capitol Hill coverage, and his bike has been a key part of his reporting. He’s covered stories close to home at the Supreme Court and as far as Iraq, Guatemala, and Brazil. Paul is on the CBN News Daily Rundown today with tips and tricks of the trade and some incredible anecdotes along the way.


There is a humanitarian crisis happening in India as cases of COVID-19 rise at a deadly rate. 

In just the last 24 hours, the new daily infection rate has risen to 400,000 for the third time this month.

This along with a shortage of medical supplies as the country tries to contain a dangerous second wave.

CBN News Senior International Correspondent George Thomas is following the developments and is on today's episode. 


The Green New Deal is an aggressive new plan put forth by Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez and prominent Democrats who feel the world will suffer impending doom if no action is taken to stem the so-called "crisis" of climate change. Critics argue, however, that there are radical political motivations beneath the surface of the seemingly altruistic goal of saving the planet. CBN's Dale Hurd joins the Rundown with the details.


Roe v. Wade has been around for nearly half a century and has led to the legal killing of over 60 million unborn children in the days since the ruling. Will it ever be overturned? Lila Rose, Founder of Live Action, believes the 'days are numbered' for legalized abortion across America. CBN's Wendy Griffith conducted an in-depth interview with Rose this week and joins the Daily Rundown to discuss the details. 


After more than a year into the global pandemic, we're finally starting to hear some positive reports from health officials. President Biden touted the number of vaccines given in his first 100 days, but the CDC guidelines released shortly thereafter are more conservative than many had hoped and they're making some wonder if things will ever go back to 'normal.' CBN News White House Correspondent Eric Philips has been sticking with vaccine news, and he is on today's Daily Rundown to give us a dose of updates and how people are reacting to them.


Cities across the country are still feeling the effects of the pandemic both in terms of infection rates and unemployment. More than 25 mayors are experimenting with cash payments each month to families in low income communities. This could either help alleviate poverty or disincentivize work. CBN News National Security Correspondent Caitlin Burke has been covering this story. Today on the CBN News Daily Rundown, she breaks down multiple sides of the argument and discusses how the experiment is progressing in specific cities.