CBN NewsWatch AM: January 31, 2022


United Arab Emirates intercepts a ballistic missile during first-ever visit by an Israeli President, Isaac Herzog; Americans overwhelmingly say President Biden should consider all qualified candidates for the Supreme Court, not just a Black woman as he promised during the campaign – that according to ABC News-Ipsos poll; Maine Republican Senator Susan Collins says the President’s handling of the nomination process has been “clumsy at best;” with the President’s approval ratings so low, who will the GOP nominate in 2024?; much of East Coast digging out after historic Nor’easter brought heavy snow and frigid temperatures; CBN News talks to Pastor Bob Roberts, co-founder of the Multi-Faith Neighbors Network, about the growing interest in multi-faith networks, especially after the recent attack on a Texas Synagogue; a look at the Covid restrictions on many college campuses, and the reactions against them; and a Chick-fil-A restaurant in Texas was literally built on God’s Word – as the franchise owners David and Holley Snow had a Bible planted in its foundation during construction.

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