Is faith under attack in the United States?
That's what brothers David and Jason Benham believe.
HGTV is canceling their reality show "Flip it Forward" after a controversial report surfaced on the website "Right Wing Watch" that labeled David Benham as an "anti-gay, anti-choice extremist."
HGTV is not commenting on their decision.
CNN's Erin Burnett spoke to the Benham brothers Thursday night about their comments and why HGTV pulled the plug on their show.
"Never have I ever spoken against homosexuals, as individuals, and gone against them," David Benham said. "I speak about an agenda. And that's really what the point of this is - is that there is an agenda that is seeking to silence the voices of men and women of faith."
Are searchers of Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 looking in the wrong ocean?
According to a new report in the Atlantic, experts now have serious questions the satellite data from Inmarsat can be trusted.
This comes after authorities have based almost the entire search spanning tens of thousands of miles on this satellite data.
Was it all for nothing?
OutFront, Michael Exner is the founder of the American Mobile Satellite Corporation and one of the analysts who looked at the data, and David Soucie is a CNN safety analyst and accident investigator.
It would be a mistake to think people with no faith have no community. In fact, some atheists even have their own version of a church.
CNN's "Inside Man" Morgan Spurlock is OutFront.
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The NBA has named a new CEO of the Los Angeles Clippers - former Time Warner and Citigroup chairman Richard Parsons.
He tells CNN "this is actually a large and important issue not just for the Clippers or the NBA, but for the country in some way... I am happy to help... I love the game."
In a yet another audio recording, Los Angeles Clippers owner Donald Sterling purportedly explains why he infamously told a his alleged mistress, V. Stiviano not to bring black people to his games: He was jealous that she was with black men.
CNN's Jason Carroll has the alleged recordings OutFront.
More than 2,000 people have died in the violence in Northern Nigeria this year alone.
And more than 300 killed by Boko Haram just this week.
The terror group doesn't just kill, they kill brutally.
Students burned alive.
CNN's David Mattingly spoke to one man who was shot in the face, the sole survivor of a brutal Boko Haram attack.