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.


President George Herbert Walker Bush died Friday night at his home in Houston, TX. The 41st Commander and chief left his mark on nearly every area of government; serving as president, vice president, ambassador, CIA Director and a member of Congress. Senior International Correspondent Gary Lane was working on Pat Robertson's presidential campaign when he ran against George H.W. Bush and later covered aspects of his presidency from our D.C. bureau. Gary is on today's CBN News Daily Rundown.


Nancy Pelosi is one step closer to becoming Speaker of the House after winning her party's nomination on Wednesday, but she's still got a showdown ahead. There's a vocal group of Democratic critics who have vowed to defeat her during a floor vote in January. Capitol Hill correspondent Abigail Robertson has been monitoring this story and she's on today's CBN News Daily Rundown.


It could be now or never for criminal justice reform legislation. There aren't many legislative days left in 2018, but a bipartisan group of lawmakers says they've never been closer to sending a comprehensive criminal justice reform bill to the president. Capitol Hill correspondent Abigail Robertson talked to several of the Senators behind the legislation. She's on today's CBN News Daily Rundown. 


Missionary John Chau was reportedly killed last week attempting to reach an isolated people group on a remote Indian Island. Authorities believe it was members of that very trie that killed him. Reporter Heather Sells recently spoke with the missions group Chau worked with. They said there were a few details being circulated by the media that they wanted to set the record straight on. Heather is on today's CBN News Daily Rundown.


Genetics has long been thought to determine who you are; the color of your hair, how long you'll live, the diseases you'll get. Research now proves that's not the case. It's called  Epigenetics Research and one of the key discoveries is that you can actually turn on and off your genes. Health reporter Lorie Johnson has been working on a series about the findings of this research and she's on today's CBN News Daily Rundown.


Confrontation at the US border. Hundreds of migrants attempted to illegally force their way into the US on Sunday, forcing border patrol agents to fire tear gas into the crowd. President Trump temporarily closed that border crossing, one of the busiest in the country, until agents could get it under control. The Trump administration has encouraged migrants to enter the border legally at one of the designated crossing points where they can claim asylum. CBN News correspondent Chuck Holton was recently at one of those crossings in El Paso, Texas. He's on today's CBN News Daily Rundown. 


On Friday, a federal judge restored the White House press pass of CNN's Jim Acosta. The West Wing immediately moved to contest his access, and the battle continues. CBS White House correspondent Major Garrett sat down with CBN's David Brody recently to weigh in. David is on today's episode to sort through the latest developments and talk repercussions. 


Right now there are 13,000 immigrant children in shelters run by the federal government. These emergency shelters provide for children's physical needs, but they're a far cry from another model used by Bethany Christian Services, a faith-based foster care and adoption provider in Grand Rapids, Michigan. Bethany places unaccompanied immigrant children in foster homes while they wait to be reunited with family. CBN News reporter Heather Sells recently sat down with a few of these foster families. She's on today's CBN News Daily Rundown.


Senate Republican's elected Senator Joni Ernst to serve as the Vice Chairwoman of the Senate Republican Conference last week. Capitol Hill correspondent Abigail Robertson sat down with the senator to talk about her new role. On today's CBN News Daily Rundown, Robertson shares what Ernst has planned to help Senate leadership communicate with female voters.