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French officials begin clearing "The Jungle," a new theory tries to explain the Bermuda Triangle's mysteries, and we begin a new series on video games' effects.
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Today's topics include the disarmament of bombs in Iraq, the planned merger between AT&T and Time Warner, and an explanation of vote recounts in U.S. elections.
The apparent loss of a Mars lander, recent storms in the Philippines, possible responses to hacking, and a Character Study are all featured this Friday.
Today's topics include the third (and last) debate between the top U.S. presidential candidates and our fourth (and last) report on the U.S. heroin epidemic.
Today's topics include a possible discovery in Giza's Great Pyramid, a mystery concerning frogs in Peru, and the efforts of a U.S. doctor to fight heroin abuse.
A significant battle begins in Iraq, China takes a step forward in its space program, and a U.S. community reels from the effects of a national heroin epidemic.
After a recap of headlines from Yemen, Iraq and Australia, we're kicking off a new series examining America's heroin epidemic and how it's being addressed.
Today, we're exploring possible vulnerabilities in U.S. voting security, and we're visiting an Asian country in mourning following the death of a revered ruler.
A state of emergency is declared in Ethiopia, an oil inferno casts a cloud over an Iraqi town, and researchers tout the potential pros of bacteria-coated crops.
Samsung recalls a flagship smartphone, Haitians begin rebuilding after a devastating hurricane, and experts discuss the public's appetite for a Mars mission.