"God uses these catastrophic events to bring people together," says CBN News National Security Correspondent Erik Rosales. He's covered a number of natural disasters, most recently Hurricane Florence, and offers insights into what Floridians are experiencing after Hurricane Michael mangled the Florida Panhandle and claimed at least two lives. Don't miss today's CBN News Daily Rundown. 


"It's not the economy stupid, it's the Supreme Court stupid," says CBN News anchor and political correspondent Jenna Browder. She's following the latest polling that shows Republicans on the heels of Democrats just weeks from the midterm elections. Check it out today on the CBN News Daily Rundown.


A Tuesday shocker: US ambassador to the UN, Nikki Haley, will resign. Speculation surrounding her exit is growing as the timing and the reason for the departure remain unclear. Senior Washington correspondent Jennifer Wishon is on today's CBN News Daily Rundown with the latest. 


Brett Kavanaugh is a Supreme Court Justice. There will likely be long-term fallout from the ugly confirmation fight and it will undoubtedly affect the upcoming midterm elections. Capitol Hill correspondent Abigail Robertson is on today's CBN News Daily Rundown explaining the "Kavanaugh Effect." 


You've probably heard car companies are working on perfecting the technology for autonomous vehicles, but you may not be aware of the other technologies city planners are working on that may soon change the way you get around. CBN News Correspondent Caitlin Burke has taken a ride to the future and is my guest today on the CBN News Daily Rundown.


An ancient Bible manuscript was stolen from the University of Athens back in 1991. Now, more than 20 years later it's been found. White House Correspondent Ben Kennedy is on today's CBN News Daily Rundown. He explains how that manuscript wound up in our nation's capital. 


In the 1990's Senior International Correspondent, Dale Hurd was doing some investigative reporting in the Clinton's. His work led him to cross paths with a young Brett Kavanaugh who was then the assistant independent counsel for the Ken Starr investigation into the Clinton's. Today on the CBN News Daily Rundown, Dale recalls that early interaction and the bizarre and disturbing circumstances that brought them together.


More than 1,200 people are confirmed dead in twin disasters in Indonesia. First, a 7.5 magnitude earthquake, followed by a tsunami. For survivors, the situation is growing more desperate as they look for food, shelter, and water. Aid remains scarce and there are already wide-spread fuel shortages. Reporter Gary Lane is on today's Daily Rundown. He's CBN's International News Director and has been coordinating with CBN's bureau in Southeast Asia as well as CBN disaster relief teams that are now on the ground in Indonesia.  


Today is the 57th anniversary of The Christian Broadcast Network. In honor of the special day, we have an exciting announcement! CBN News is launching a new broadcast channel that features 24-hour television news from a Christian perspective. On today's Daily Rundown, news director Rob Allman explains what this channel is all about, what programs you can expect and how you can tune in.


A breaking development since today's podcast was recorded: Senator Jeff Flake announced he will vote to confirm Brett Kavanaugh to the Supreme Court. Sen. Flake has been undecided since Dr. Christine Blasey Ford came forward with sexual assault allegations against Kavanaugh. Flake's announcement comes one day after emotional testimony from both Kavanaugh and Dr. Ford. 

Judiciary Committee sets 1:30 p.m. vote on sending Brett Kavanaugh's Supreme Court nomination to full Senate

Capitol Hill Correspondent Abigail Robertson is on today's CBN News Daily Rundown. She says we could know the fate of Kavanaugh's nomination by Tuesday.