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  1. Second Accuser Targets Kavanaugh, No Eyewitnesses, 'Best Friend' Never Heard About It

    With the confirmation of Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh hanging in the balance due to a sexual assault allegation, a second accuser has come out with allegations against the president's nominee.
  2. 'Stop and Verify': World-Famous Ex-Con Artist Shares Simple Steps to Shield Yourself From Scams

    Former con man Frank Abagnale, whose story is told in the movie, "Catch Me if You Can,"  talks one-on-one with CBN News about his five-year crime spree dodging the FBI and life afterward on the right side of the law.
  3. HELL... Yes or No? Why Franklin Graham Is Suddenly Tackling This Eternal Debate

    A recent article in the conservative Wall Street Journal titled "Do We Still Need to Believe in Hell?" has raised questions about the issue of eternal punishment in the afterlife. 
  4. 'I Will Not Be Intimidated': Kavanaugh Stands Resolute Against Onslaught of Accusations

    Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh has written a firm letter defending his character in the wake of new accusations of sexual misconduct.  
  5. Megachurch Pastor in Hot Water Again: 'Christians Are Not Required to Obey Any of the Commandments' from the OT

    Megachurch Pastor Andy Stanley is under fire once again for downplaying the Old Testament and appearing to reject key components of the Christian faith like the Ten Commandments.  
  6. Rod Rosenstein Rumors: Will Trump Fire Him for Comment About Removing Trump from Office?

    President Trump is facing a big decision about whether or not to fire Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein.
  7. 'We Can't Wait to Pray!' Movement to Intercede for Candidates and Government Leaders Grows in US

    Scripture calls us to pray for our leaders and with the midterm elections almost here, Christians across the country are gathering by the numbers to do just that.
  8. 'I've Seen Jesus in the Work that Y'all Are Doing': Operation Blessing Hard at Work, Helping Victims of Florence

    Hurricane Florence brought high winds, heavy rains and devastating flooding across the Carolinas.
  9. Why VidAngel May Still Win the Battle for Clean, Family-Friendly Filtering

    A new bill introduced in the House might be the answer the independent streaming service VidAngel has been looking for.
  10. Kavanaugh Accuser Commits to Testify, Dems Threaten to Impeach Him, Tell Men 'Just Shut Up'

    Christine Blasey Ford, the woman accusing Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh of sexual misconduct, has accepted the Senate Judiciary Committee's request to tell her story before the panel, with both sides agreeing to hold an "open" hearing on Thursday.
  11. Nikki Haley Rejects Iran's US-Terror Claim: 'Look in the Mirror'

    America's UN Ambassador Nikki Haley has a message for Iran: The United States is not to blame for a terrorist attack this weekend in Iran that killed 25 people and wounded 60 at an annual military parade.
  12. Christians Must 'Seize the Day': Values Voters Tackle Economy, Religious Freedom - and Brett Kavanaugh

    This year's annual Values Voter Summit drew some of the biggest names in conservative politics, each of whom weighed in on everything from the economy to religious freedom to the controversial Brett Kavanaugh hearings.
  13. Songwriter Says ‘God Was in the Room’ When Carrie Underwood’s ‘Something in the Water’ Was Written

    Grammy-winning songwriter Chris DeStefano said recently he believes God “was in the room” when he co-wrote the hit song “Something in the Water” alongside singer Carrie Underwood and recording artist Brett James.
  14. Israeli Experts: UNRWA Textbooks Draw Palestinian Children Toward Terrorism

    Critics of UNRWA (United Nations Relief and Works Agency) say its education system could be encouraging a new generation of terrorists.  
  15. 'The Allegation Being Leveled Against Him Is False': 75 Female Friends of Kavanaugh Come to His Defense

    More than 75 women who've known Judge Brett Kavanaugh for decades came forward Friday to defend his character and talk about why they still support the nominee.
  16. Pastor: Connecticut Prayer Event is Catalyst to Revival in 'Graveyard for Preachers and Churches'

    "Ten Days" is an international event, a season of prayer and worship with the goal of having Jesus Christ as the "focus of every heart" in one city for ten entire days. Bridgeport, Connecticut, is one of the locations where it was held this year, and God moved mightily.  
  17. ‘God This is Hard… I Weep as I Write’: Kirk Franklin Reacts to Stunning News About Biological Father He Grew Up ‘Hating’

    Christian hip-hop artist Kirk Franklin has shared a powerful message about forgiveness after meeting with his biological father for the first time since he was a young child.
  18. Jihadists Hijacked His Christian Prison Ministry, an Imam Kicked Him Out, Now This Chaplain Is Heading Back In

    A Christian pastor whose prison ministry in South London was targeted by Muslims has been reinstated after he was kicked out.  
  19. ‘The Middle’ Star Reveals How He Has Kept His Faith in Hollywood

    Atticus Shaffer, star of ABC’s “The Middle,” a popular sitcom that went off the air earlier this year after a nine-year run, is an outspoken Christian who has openly shared his perspective on faith, Hollywood and the harrowing journey he has faced to overcome the side effects of osteogenesis imperfecta, also known as brittle bone disease.
  20. Who's a Jew? Trump Admin Redefines Jewishness, Breaks Obama Stonewall on the Rutgers Case

    The Trump administration has recently altered the official US definition of what it is to be Jewish. Is it a religious belief, an ethnic identity, or both?