After languishing in a Pakistani prison for nearly a decade, Christian Asia Bibi has been acquitted of bogus blasphemy charges. She and her family are fleeing to safety in a yet to be disclosed western country as Pakistani Muslims take to the streets. They're outraged she wasn't put to death. CBN News Senior International Correspondent Gary Lane has covered this case from the start. He explains how Pakistan uses its controversial blasphemy laws to punish Christians and other religious minorities today on the CBN News Daily Rundown.



One week from today Americans will elect a new Congress, new governors, and other leaders. Will Republicans lose the House? How about the Senate? CBN News Political Analyst John Waage takes us beyond the numbers of the beltway pundits today on the CBN News Daily Rundown.


The Colorado baker who had his case heard by the Supreme Court earlier this year is in legal trouble again. Jack Phillips, the owner of Masterpiece Cake Shop, is battling someone else who is upset at him for refusing to bake a cake. This time, he's not just on the defensive, however, he's also suing the state of Colorado.  Senior Washington correspondent Paul Strand is on today's CBN News Daily Rundown with the latest. 


With all the media attention surrounding the caravan of Migrants working its way through Mexico towards the US, it can be hard to sort through all of the information and learn the facts. CBN News sent contributing correspondent Chuck Holton to Mexico to do just that--he's on today's episode sharing about his experience and debunking some of the misleading statements being reported about the thousands of migrants heading towards our border.


What do the suspicious packages sent to high profile Democrats today say about this supercharged election season and will the caravans of migrants moving towards the US border with Mexico finally move Congress to act on immigration reform? CBN News Chief Political Analyst David Brody gives us his take today on the CBN News Daily Rundown.


For women, feeling beautiful on the outside can translate into more confidence on the inside to explore their God-given gifts. Today on the CBN News Daily Rundown Caitlin Burke introduces us to a woman who is helping women rediscover their beauty from the inside out. 


"I've given my talents to God and I just ask him to just put me at the right place at the right time so my gifting can be a blessing to those around me," says Mario Gonzalez, editor and photographer at CBN's Washington Bureau. 

In TV news, reporters become the faces of the stories they tell, but that’s only half the story because TV wouldn’t be TV without video. At CBN News, videographers like Mario capture amazing images every day, often under high pressure and even dangerous circumstances.

Today on the CBN News Daily Rundown, Mario shares how God used his gift of photography to help him through a difficult time in his life, how he gets through tough assignments and some tricks of the trade.

"It's become easier and easier for me to just see people through the eyes of God, through the lens of God," he says.


Pastor Andrew Brunson is a free man. He spent two years imprisoned in Turkey after being convicted of terrorism. Last week he was released and sent back to America. Today he was in our CBN Newsroom talking about his time in Turkey. Senior international correspondent Gary Lane interviewed Pastor Brunson, who shared what his relationship with God looked like during his time imprisoned. 


New and disturbing details are emerging in the case of missing Washington Post journalist Jamal Khashoggi. Intelligence officials are reportedly becoming more and more convinced the Saudi crown prince was involved in his death. So who exactly is this prince? Listen in as CBN News senior international correspondent George Thomas explains. 


Hamas attacks from Gaza could lead Israel into war. Israeli warplanes struck 20 targets in Gaza today after a terrorist rocket struck a home in Southern Israel. Mid-East correspondent Julie Stahl is on today's CBN News Daily Rundown. She says it's not actually a war with Israel that Hamas is after--it's power.