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Nationwide protests take place in Iran, a biologist explains how people can help reverse a decline in insects, and robots assist in disaster response.
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A new study looks at potential health concerns for astronauts, some students leave Hong Kong for mainland China, and we assess the recent floods of Venice.
Record-breaking cold hits America, near-record floods swamp Venice, an athlete embodies "no excuses," and we take an objective look at the U.S. political divide.
Violence worsens in Hong Kong, we update the U.S. impeachment investigation, and a project between a tech company and a healthcare provider stirs controversy.
Today's first report concerns "superbugs" and antibiotics. Then, we look at a new Chinese spacecraft, and we consider insects as a mainstream food source.
A South American country endures a political crisis, a Pacific island sees its rainforest shrink, and a coalition of "cheetahs" roams around MIT.
Bushfires flare up in Australia, we look back at the fall of an infamous dividing line in Germany, and a program teams up veterans with former pro athletes.
Political ads pose a challenge for social media companies, a museum recalls Poland's history in neon lights, and the top 10 CNN Heroes of 2019 are revealed.
Today's special edition of CNN 10 focuses on the prospect of driverless cars: How do their developers and supporters envision a future without human drivers?
A warning is issued about a dam in California, researchers link body odor to mosquito bites, and a French swimmer sets his sights on the 2020 Paralympic Games.