The United States of America locks up more people per capita than any other nation. It's a fact that concerns many Americans and now advocates are feeling optimistic about mounting support for reforms on both ends of Pennsylvania Avenue in Washington. CBN News Correspondent Amber Strong walks us through her reporting on criminal justice reform today on the CBN News Daily Rundown.


"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.



In Dearborn, Michigan it's common to see Christian churches that have been converted into Islamic mosques, but today on the CBN News Daily Rundown, the story of a Christian church deliberately planted in the middle of a Muslim majority neighborhood. CBN News Reporter Mark Martin traveled to Dearborn and has the story.


The FBI is warning banks to brace for a cyberheist targeting ATMs across the country and around the world in the next few days. CBN News National Security Correspondent Erik Rosales explains what you need to know to help prevent the theft and keep your money safe today on the CBN News Daily Rundown. He also shares why the US has a lot of work to do when it comes to protecting Americans from these types of attacks. 



Public libraries, even some public schools across the country are providing a new type of story time for kids- Drag Queen Story Hour. That is men dressed like women reading to kids. CBN News Reporter Charlene Aron recently attended one and shares her experiences today on the CBN News Daily Rundown. You can also watch Charlene's report today on the 700 Club and on demand at CBNNews.com.


Have you ever made a commitment to eat healthy only to get discouraged at the grocery store because healthy food is more expensive? CBN News Health Reporter Lorie Johnson says it's possible to eat healthy on a budget and tells us how today on the CBN News Daily Rundown. See all of Lorie's health stories here.




Today on The CBN News Daily Rundown: A truce between Hamas and Israel. After days of exchanging fire all is quiet--but how long will it last? CBN Senior Editor John Waage visited some of Israel's largest southern cities--residents say they've lived in fear of rocket attacks long enough and they're calling on the government to take Hamas out. The Israeli government, however, says Iran is the priority now.


Today on The CBN News Daily Rundown: Charlottesville braces for the one year anniversary of the deadly "Unite the Right" rally. Reporter Amber Strong covered the story for CBN and has been back to Charlottesville since to see how the city is healing. 


Today on The CBN News Daily Rundown: A prayer movement started by one congressman and his wife is gaining national momentum. We first told you in March about Mike and Tracy Bost asking constituents to send prayers to the president. Fast forward--now they're delivering 100 prayer cards a month to the White House--and the president is reading them. Capitol Hill correspondent Abigail Robertson shares how this all got started. 


Today on The CBN News Daily Rundown: Eighteen massive wildfires are burning in California right now. Reporter Heather Sells traveled to Northern California, where the Carr fire has destroyed thousands of structures and killed at least eight people. She says that while the devastation is historic, there is also a rising hope.