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A pair of officer-involved shootings, a visit to the swing state of Pennsylvania, and a Character Study of a professional chef are all featured this Thursday.
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Today, we're explaining why it's so hard to get aid to Aleppo, why many U.S. fast-food chains recently got a failing grade, and why Florida is a swing state.
Today, we're exploring upcoming topics at the U.N. General Assembly, the use of telemedicine, and how forensics investigators train to analyze a bombing site.
This Monday, we're reporting on some apparent acts of terrorism in New York and Minnesota, and we're exploring the history of oil's booms and busts in America.
Battleground states, running a national campaign, a new type of bike helmet, refugees in the U.S., and upcoming stadium changes are the subjects covered today!
Typhoon Meranti bears down on southeast China, a Paralympian discusses his determination to run, and a major merger is in the works between Bayer and Monsanto.
Today's subjects include a ceasefire in Syria, a controversial oil pipeline in the U.S., a report on Americans' median household income, and a Character Study.
Explanations of the European Union, the UK's "Brexit" vote, North Korea's nuclear ambitions, and a mission to an asteroid are all featured this Tuesday.
Today's reports include a timeline of the September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks. We also examine a firefighter's heroism and the World Trade Center's history.
Today's show is focused exclusively on the memories and insights of some young people who were directly affected by the terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001.