Around the World
Trump could roll out China tariffs in December: Report
President Trump may follow through as early as December with his threat to impose tariffs on all of China's exports to the United States.
Merkel won't seek a 5th term as German chancellor
Angela Merkel set off Monday on what could be a three-year countdown to the end of her leadership of Germany, a stint that has made her the European Union’s longest-serving leader and a key figure in facing the continent’s many crises.
Russian minister warns Europe over US exit from nuclear pact
Russia’s defense minister has urged Europe to consider what impact Washington’s intended withdrawal from a key nuclear arms pact would have on its security.
Migrant killed as second caravan, Mexican police clash at Guatemala border
Several hundred migrants tried to cross the Suchiate River from Guatemala to Mexico en masse on Monday, but were met by ranks of Mexican federal police who blocked them from entering.
PLO announces will no longer recognize the State of Israel
The PLO Central Council decided to suspend its recognition of the state of Israel until it recognizes the state of Palestine at the pre-1967 lines with east Jerusalem as its capital, according to the Palestinian News Agency Wafa.
Senior official: Israel has attacked Syria since Russian spy plane downed
Israel has attacked targets in Syria since the downing of the Russian intelligence plane on September 18, a senior Israeli official said on Monday.
Inside the United States
U.S. to deploy 5,200 troops to the Mexican border
The U.S. Defense Department will deploy 5,200 active-duty troops to the U.S.-Mexico border in response to groups of Central American migrants moving north through Mexico by the end of the week, officials said Monday.
Over 20 Detained for Sharing Gospel in China
More than 20 Christians were arrested on October 20 as they were evangelizing on the streets. During the ordeal, the members of the Church were not discouraged but continued to evangelize and share the love of Christ.
Midterm Election Call to Prayer Set for Thursday, Ben Carson to Participate
The Brody File has learned that there will be a special Midterm Elections "Call to Prayer" this Thursday evening that will include Secretary of Housing and Urban Development Ben Carson, Pastors Paula White and Robert Jeffress, Tony Perkins, Ralph Reed and other, 'special guests.' No word yet as to whether anyone from the White House will be participating.
How Evangelical Christians Helped Elect Brazil's New President
Brazil has elected far-right Congressman Jair Bolsonaro has their new president and evangelical Christians played a major role in his victory.