CBN's Operation Blessing is helping people facing disasters around the world.
The Billy Graham Association will receive a financial settlement and has already received a public apology in an important case for religious freedom in the United Kingdom.
Rescue workers across Germany and Belgium rushed Friday to prevent more deaths from the continent's worst flooding in years as the disaster claimed dozens of more lives and the search went on for hundreds of missing people. The death toll stood at more than 125.
Across the globe, persecution against Christians and other people of faith is growing. In fact, 80 percent of people live in countries where religious activity is restricted by their governments.
An apparent ongoing anti-Christian campaign in Canada has resulted in a total of 45 churches being attacked with some of the buildings being burned to the ground.
Former President George W. Bush said Wednesday he fears women and girls in Afghanistan will “suffer unspeakable harm” in the wake of President Joe Biden’s decision to pull American troops from the country.
Of the nearly 200,000 migrants coming to the US southern border each month, an increasing number are what's called "extra-continentals." They're coming from around the globe, and they're getting helped on their way by an unlikely source.
An Iranian intelligence officer and three alleged members of an Iranian intelligence network have been charged in Manhattan with plotting to kidnap a prominent Iranian opposition activist and writer in exile and take her back to Tehran, authorities said Tuesday.
From Afghanistan to Zanzibar, millions of people are routinely harassed, beaten, arrested, tortured, or killed for their faith.
An alarming rise in kidnappings has forced 13 schools, mostly Christian institutions, in Kaduna, Nigeria to close down in an effort to slow the rate of abductions.