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Weather and politics are two of our first topics today, followed by a test ride aboard a Hyperloop vehicle. Then, we're exploring pet adoption in the Covid era.
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A U.S. drugmaker says its vaccine shows promise, a storm leaves behind destruction in Central America, and a Native American tribe promotes prescribed burning.
U.S. media project a winner in the 2020 presidential election, and CNN Hero uses his organization to provide free adventure experiences to healthcare workers.
Two U.S. candidates discuss the vote, a study looks into teens' screen time, a company aims to improve bees' nutrition, and a baby rhino makes his debut.
This Thursday, some U.S. presidential election results, the hearing ability of certain spiders, and two towns with a puzzling fit are our main topics.
On Election Day in America, we're explaining some possible complications with the voting process, the weather's impact on turnout, and the sounds of space.
The U.S. presidential election, the landfall of Hurricane Eta, the reopening of a World Heritage site, and an asteroid's hypothetical value are today's topics.
English lawmakers debate another national lockdown, a deadly earthquake strikes Turkey and Greece, and we explain a "morning daylight" advantage to falling back.
A U.S. economic measure sets a record for growth, a firefighting robot aims to save lives, and Nigeria's first female mechanic helps others learn the trade.
Today's show covers storms in Vietnam and the U.S., international travel in the era of coronavirus, and a newly discovered reef that's the size of a skyscraper.