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Watch today's show for U.S. presidential election results, part of President-Elect Donald Trump's speech, and an explainer on how CNN makes projections.
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This Election Day, we're explaining some limits on free speech and some challenges of a presidential transition. Stories from South Korea and space follow.
The U.S. presidential candidates make their final push, early voting results make the election hard to predict, and we explain the switch to Standard Time.
A complication in the "Brexit," a possible clue in an aviator's mysterious disappearance, and an electoral map examination are all featured this Friday!
Today, we explain the U.S. Electoral College and how the Supreme Court chooses its cases. Also covered: migrant camps in Paris and wind turbines in the U.S.
Today, we're explaining an investigation concerning the FBI and a U.S. presidential candidate, and we're examining a standoff over the Dakota Access Pipeline.
Our two-part series on distracted driving concludes today. Find out how technology, which is often part of the problem, can be part of the solution.
The WWF issues a warning about the world's animals, U.S.-Russia relations are compared to a new Cold War, and Japan's high-speed rail network gets even faster.
Today's show covers migrant deaths in the Mediterranean, muscle loss in space, hits to young football players, and tech as a teaching tool at a haunted house.
Featured today: the balance of power in Congress, the destruction left behind by ISIS, and the efforts to harness the cognitive stimulation of video games.