Do you pray for America? What about the politicians you don't agree with? One woman says the reason we see such division in our country is because the Church has fallen asleep and failed to bring our leaders before God in prayer. Washington correspondent Jenna Browder is on today's CBN News Daily Rundown. She shares the stories of two women who have started prayer networks--determined to keep someone "on the wall" at all times. 


CBN News chief political correspondent David Brody got to buckle in next to Vice President Mike Pence on Air Force Two this week. David is on today's CBN News Daily Rundown sharing insights from a day in the life of the VP. 


The Catholic sexual abuse scandal has reached a tipping point. On Sunday the Vatican's former top diplomat to the US published an open letter calling for the resignation of Pope Francis. CBN News managing editor Andrea Garrett reported on some of the first reports of sexual abuse allegations to surface back in 2002. At the time they were the most shocking scandal the Church had faced in decades. It turns out that was just the tip of the iceberg. 


As the first American journalist given access to Vietnamese film archives in 1992, CBN News senior international correspondent, Gary Lane, was able to see first hand the conditions that John McCain lived in when he was a prisoner of war. On today's CBN News Daily Rundown he shares memories from that experience, insights from those imprisoned in Vietnam with McCain and memories from interviewing the Arizona senator about his role on the Senate Select Committee on POW/MIA Affairs--as well as during his campaign for president in 2000. 


Today on The CBN News Daily Rundown: President Trump and the first lady welcomed 600 evangelical leaders to the White House Monday night. White House correspondent Ben Kennedy says that while the event honored the president's evangelical supporters--it was also meant to remind them that there is more work to be done.


Today on The CBN News Daily Rundown: Remembering a true statesman. Former presidents, colleagues, family, and friends pay their final respects to Arizona Senator John McCain this week. CBN News chief political correspondent David Brody remembers nearly a dozen interviews with McCain--and says it wasn't always McCain's words that stood out, but his attitude.


Today on the CBN News Daily Rundown, a remarkable story of abuse, faithfulness, hate, love, and redemption. CBN News Web Producer Alegra Hall takes us behind the scenes of her interview with Keith "Duke" Schneider (aka Pitbull), a tough neo-Nazi who was healed through the love of a forbidden woman and saved by Jesus.


First Lady Melania Trump is well on her way on her mission to combat cyberbullying through her Be Best campaign. Today on the CBN News Daily Rundown, White House Correspondent Ben Kennedy gives us a progress report and explains how one Christian organization is helping kids learn how to behave properly online.


There's a battle waging that's invisible to most, but if lost by the US, could destabilize the core of American society. Now leaders in Washington are paying closer attention to cyber attacks and finding there's no one easy way to defend against them. Today on the CBN News Daily Rundown, National Security Correspondent Erik Rosales reports the latest on how the US is being attacked, what's being done to stop it and what it all means for you. 



A Texas roughneck who spends his days upcycling broken-down pipes and broken-down people. John Jessup has the story of David Howell and the work he's doing through his Prison Evangelism ministry today on the CBN News Daily Rundown.