Before he became a lawyer Dan Koblitz was a college dropout. Enduring years of insecurity because of a stutter, Dan’s life turned around when he met a Christian speech pathologist. See Dan’s remarkable turnaround from fearful to fearless!
Tohar Butbul could only shake his head in resignation after the Israeli judo star's first two potential opponents dropped out of the Tokyo Olympics shortly before they would have faced him.
President Biden will reportedly make an announcement on Thursday, requiring all federal employees and contractors to get vaccinated against COVID-19 or present regular testing results.
The leaders of North and South Korea restored suspended communication channels between them and agreed to improve ties, both governments said Tuesday, amid a 2 ½ year-stalemate in U.S.-led diplomacy aimed at stripping North Korea of its nuclear weapons.
<p>A select House Committee looking into the origins of the January 6th Capitol assault gets underway tomorrow, but before committee members ask any questions, their results are mired in controversy. </p>
TONIGHT: THE BACK AND FORTH; TO WEAR A MASK, OR NOT AMID A RISE IN CASES OF COVID-19 AS A FEDERAL AGENCY MOVES TO MANDATE VACCINES.
AND A MAJOR MILITARY DRAWDOWN IN IRAQ; PRESIDENT BIDEN MEETS WITH THE IRAQI PRIME MINISTER.
PLUS, THE LATEST ON THAT BIPARTISAN INFRASTRUCTURE DEAL.
AND A PREVIEW OF THE SELECT COMMITTEE ON CAPITOL HILL INVESTIGATING THE JANUARY 6TH RIOTS BREACHING THE CAPITOL.
ALL THIS, AND MORE, ON FAITH NATION.
Today we’re taking a trip to Watters World – a Fox News primetime show hosted by Jesse Watters. Conservatives love him, liberals can’t stand him; but his quick-witted smarts and work ethic make him a powerful voice in the news world. He also recently entered into the book world with his new release, ‘How I Saved the World.’ CBN News Correspondent Jenna Browder caught up with Watters and is on the CBN News Daily Rundown today to talk about his new book and much more.
Facebook is back in the doghouse again about censorship, but this time the platform didn’t do enough. At least, that’s what the White House is saying about Facebook’s response to the recently released list of vaccine opponents called the ‘Disinformation Dozen.’ CBN News White House Correspondent Eric Philips joins the podcast today to discuss this ongoing battle between freedom of speech and eliminating disinformation.
A select House Committee looking into the origins of the January 6th Capitol assault gets underway tomorrow, but before committee members ask any questions, their results are mired in controversy.
As the world's most elite athletes compete in Tokyo, human rights activists are focused on the next Olympic Games – the 2022 Winter Olympics planned for Beijing in just six months. The communist regime in China stands accused of crimes against humanity, including genocide.
Just as President Biden has hit six months in office, optimism about the direction of the country has collapsed, according to a poll from ABC News and Ipsos. In fact, optimism has plummeted nearly 20 points.