Today on The CBN News Daily Rundown: A new book from Fox News Chief Political Anchor Brett Baier takes readers behind the scenes of three days that former President Ronald Reagan spent in Moscow back in 1988. Senior Washington correspondent Jennifer Wishon points out that Reagan's message from 30 years ago is eerily applicable today as President Trump prepares for next weeks summit with North Korea.


Today on The CBN News Daily Rundown: Near-average-activity is expected out of the 2018 hurricane season--but even an average hurricane is more than Puerto Rico can handle. The islands electrical infrastructure is still largely destroyed and the power that has been restored is vulnerable. Reporter Heather Sells recently traveled to Puerto Rico and she couldn't believe that what she found was a part of the US.


Today on The CBN News Daily Rundown: A Russian malware attack could put your home computer at risk. The FBI announced this week that hundreds of thousands of home and office routers were compromised. CBN News national security correspondent Erik Rosales that while the consequences of being hacked are extreme, the precautions to take against it are simple. 


Today on The CBN News Daily Rundown: Israel is on high alert. Islamist's launched about 100 rockets and mortars into Southern Israel on Tuesday, and while many believe this round of violence is over, there's always the possibility of more trouble. CBN News Mid-East Bureau Chief Chris Mitchell and Mid-East Correspondent Julie Stahl are on the podcast today--they paint a picture of what life is like for those who live in Southern Israel, where a mortar could fall any day.


Today on The CBN News Daily Rundown: The NFL announced a new rule, last week, banning players from kneeling in protest during the national anthem. Team owners are said to be in support of the policy, but it came as a surprise to players. CBN News sports reporter Shawn Brown says the debate over this issue is far from over.


Today on The CBN News Daily Rundown: The real reason the US backed out of the summit with North Korea. National Security correspondent Erik Rosales sat in on an off-camera White House briefing and he's on this episode to catch us up to speed. 


Today on The CBN News Daily Rundown: Mommy bloggers have come together against a new children's film. It's called Show Dogs and they say one of the main themes of the movie is not only inappropriate, but dangerous. CBN News reporter Charlene Aaron spoke with the film's original writer--who says these scenes were not his doing.


Today on The CBN News Daily Rundown: The U.S. could be on the verge of a constitutional crisis. New evidence calls into question the integrity of not only the FBI but also the Justice Department. Senior Editor John Waage explains the connection between the alleged "spy" on the Trump presidential campaign, the Mueller investigation and President Trumps opponents. 


Today on The CBN News Daily Rundown: A new plan for Iran. In the wake of the U.S. exit from the Iran Nuclear Deal, Secretary of State Mike Pompeo announced the new policy. CBN News chief international correspondent Gary Lane says it could mean some serious new sanctions on Iran, but also on our allies. 


Today on The CBN News Daily Rundown: Ireland has some of the toughest abortion laws in the world--at least for now. This week voters head to the polls to determine whether or not to appeal an amendment in their constitution that protects the right to life of both a mother and her unborn child. If it fails, pro-life advocates worry it will open the way to abortion on-demand. Dale Hurd is covering this story and he says there's been significant censorship ahead of the vote--Facebook actually sealing the country off from outside advertising.