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CBN NewsWatch AM: May 17, 2021

On Newswatch AM May 17th: Israel launches more airstrikes in Gaza following Hamas rocket attacks- while in Washington, Democrats are divided, with progressives opposing Israel, while party leaders like President Biden and Speaker Pelosi support it; CBN News Middle East Bureau Chief Chris Mitchell talks about his interview with former Israeli ambassador to the US Ron Dermer about US, and evangelical, support for Israel; Tre Goins-Phillips of Faithwire.com talks about the first transgender bishop

CBN NewsWatch AM: May 14, 2021

Israeli troops are massing on the Gaza border for a possible incursion into Gaza in order to stop the constant barrage of rockets from Hamas and other Islamic groups, new guidelines from the CDC say fully vaccinated people can now safely participate in most indoor and outdoor activities without wearing a mask or social distancing, Hollywood stars, including Oscar-winning actor Denzel Washington, have rented out movie theaters to show their support for a pastor-led documentary that opened in thea

CBN NewsWatch AM: May 13, 2021

On Newswatch AM May 13th: Hamas launches more attacks on Israel, as fighting also breaks out in Israeli towns – and what led to the fighting with Hamas? New York Representative Elise Stefanik set to take the place of Liz Cheney among House GOP leadership after she was voted out; major pipeline being restarted with gas stations running out throughout the Southeast – but how long will it take to get it back up to speed?; also in the news: Covid deaths hit lowest levels in 10 months, GOP tells Pres

CBN NewsWatch AM: May 12, 2021

On Newswatch AM May 12th: Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu promises Hamas and other terror groups will pay a heavy price for their attacks on Israel; CBN Middle East Bureau Chief Chris Mitchell discusses the role of Iran in the fighting; long gas lines in the East as major US fuel pipeline remains shut down after cyberattack; House Republicans set to remove Liz Cheney from her leadership position; Democratic bill to massively overhaul election laws heavily criticized by Republicans as a

CBN NewsWatch AM: May 11, 2021

On Newswatch AM May 11th: deadly fighting in Israel: terrorist groups launch more than 300 rockets and mortars toward Israel, and Israel’s military responds with more than 100 strikes in Gaza; CBN Middle East Bureau Chief Chris Mitchell explains why the attacks are happening, and when the fighting might end; also in news: Pfizer vaccine approved for kids as young as 12, Senate Republicans aim to stop Democratic voting bill, and with the federal tax deadline upon us, 50 percent of Americans belie

CBN NewsWatch AM: May 10, 2021

On Newswatch AM May 10th: higher prices hitting consumers and businesses – but will it be temporary?; gas prices also heading up after cyberattack on major fuel pipeline; Canadian pastor Artur Pawloski arrested for allegedly holding a church service that violated new public health orders; more Arab riots in Jerusalem; CBN News Middle East Bureau Chief Chris Mitchell explains from Jerusalem what’s behind the riots, why Jerusalem is a key issue, and how the riots could affect Israel’s precarious p

CBN NewsWatch AM: May 7, 2021

COVID-19 Cases are dropping and an increase in vaccinations. Former President George W. Bush is calling for Bi-partisan action on immigration. Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu could be on the way out. Israel is helping the India crisis by sending relief aid. Christians across the U-S joined together for the National Day of Prayer. There are a number of churches in Canada that are raided or shutdown for not complying with COVID restrictions. Parents bring awareness on Teen depression and suici

CBN NewsWatch AM: May 6, 2021

On Newswatch AM May 6th: Conservatives push back against Facebook after its ban against former President Trump is extended; Israeli President Reuven Rivlin offers Yair Lapid the chance to form a new government- and longtime Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu may end up in the opposition; Israel working to reopen its tourism industry, which his a key component of its economy; today marks the 70th annual National Day of Prayer; China Aid President Bob Fu talks to the Global Lane about how China is

CBN NewsWatch AM: May 5, 2021

On Newswatch AM May 5th: Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu fails to form a new government, so President Reuven Rivlin expected to give the task to Yair Lapid, whose party came in second in the recent elections; CBN Middle East Bureau Chief Chris Mitchell talks about what happens next in Israel- including the possibility of yet another election later this year; House Republicans reportedly ready to oust Liz Cheney from her position as the number three leader of their caucus; in the headlines: Fac

CBN NewsWatch AM: May 4, 2021

On Newswatch AM May 4th: US officials trying to reassure nervous allies in the Middle East over the Biden administration’s attempts to talk to Iran again and possibly re-enter the nuclear deal; retired Israeli General Amos Yadlin – who took part in part in attacks on nuclear reactors in Iraq and Syria – explains five options Israel has for dealing with the nuclear threat from Iran; US making more progress against Covid-19, as more states and cities opening up; German prosecutors have busted one

CBN NewsWatch AM: May 3, 2021

On Newswatch AM May 3rd: Israel mourns the 45 victims of the stampede at a religious festival- the largest civilian disaster in the country’s history; Wyoming Senator John Barrasso, the leader of the Republican Conference, blasts President Biden’s huge spending bills; one part of the President’s plans include home health care for seniors, but it faces several objections; Caitlyn Jenner, Republican candidate for Governor of California, tells TMZ it’s not fair to let transgender girls – who were o

CBN NewsWatch AM: April 30, 2021

The United States is starting to overcome the COVID-19 Pandemic. The US Commission on International Religious Freedom shows the worst offenders who don’t allow Religious Freedom. Israeli officials say nearly 50 People have died and 150 Injured at Jewish Religious Festival. Research offers some insight into Exercise that may shock you. The NFL Draft started and many fans are anticipating some great Picks this year. Actress Kimberly Elise celebrated her 54th Birthday by re-dedicating her life to C

CBN NewsWatch AM: April 29, 2021

On Newswatch AM April 29th: President Biden talks about his infrastructure bill and more in his first speech to Congress, as Republican Senator Tim Scott offers the GOP response; India’s dramatically escalating Covid crisis; Constitutional law expert Alan Dershowitz talks to the Global Lane about the new censorship in America, and how it can still be beaten; a remarkable discovery at the Tower of David in Jerusalem again shows how the gospels and ancient history are brought to life in modern-day

CBN NewsWatch AM: April 28, 2021

On Newswatch AM April 28th: President Biden to give his first address to Congress as he approaches his 100th day in office; CDC releases new guidelines on masks – as many Americans have already been going without masks outdoors; pro-life bills signed by Republican governors in three states; demands for bodycam footage from the police shooting of a Black man, Andrew Brown Jr, in Elizabeth City, North Carolina; a conservative response to the liberal bias from the major news media and social media;

CBN NewsWatch AM: April 27, 2021

Elizabeth City, NC is still under a state of emergency as tensions grow following the death of a black man at the hands of a white police officer. The shooting has sparked nightly protests and demands for justice and transparency. Many believe that will only happen when all police body cam footage is released to the public.

CBN NewsWatch AM: April 26, 2021

On Newswatch AM April 26th: President Biden approaches his 100th day in office with low approval ratings for a President at this point, although higher than Trump; public opposition to court packing grows; Premier of Ontario Doug Ford apologized for draconian lockdowns and how they hurt individuals and families; Planned Parenthood trying to distance itself from the racist legacy of its founder, Margaret Sanger, but critics say their admission of her racism does not absolve them from the blood on