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Our last show of the season features news from Israel, China and the Netherlands. Thank you for a record year! We look forward to returning on Monday, August 12.
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Featured on our penultimate program of the season: Botswana changes a law concerning elephant hunting, and technology is used to help people with disabilities.
Severe weather strikes the U.S. east of the Rocky Mountains, we return to Mount Everest to explain dangerous conditions, and we examine a global police force.
Britain's prime minister resigns, we give you a glimpse of Memorial Day events in the U.S., and the death toll rises in Everest's dangerous climbing season.
India's incumbent leader appears to have won a landslide victory in recent elections, and a world explorer discusses societies where people live longer.
The Brexit process continues to face challenges, a woman describes a life of forced labor in a free country, and fireworks techs light up the Lotte World Tower.
A food shortage spreads in Cuba, international linguists name the hardest words to spell, and we examine the industry of plant-based meat alternatives.
A CNN investigation indicates that humanitarian aid is being misused in Yemen, and a new study contrasts the effects of ultraprocessed and unprocessed foods.
The U.S. and Iran ramp up tensions but say no war is imminent, grocery chains face dynamic challenges, and two CNN Heroes team up to help improve a girl's life.
Today's reports on a U.S. executive order, a partial ban on facial recognition systems, and a flying taxi involve issues of security, privacy, and technology.