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Russia is banned from global sporting events, the U.S. and North Korea exchange words of warning, and a South Pacific volcano erupts while tourists are on it.
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A prisoner exchange between the U.S. and Iran, the anniversary of a "date that will live in infamy," and the use of AI to detect wildfires are today's topics.
Today's special edition of CNN 10 features the second installment in our series on a massive social media company that began as a dorm-room project 15 years ago.
Part two of our special report on Facebook gets into an early component of the application that redefined it -- and caused a heated controversy.
CNN 10 kicks off a special report today on the massive social media company Facebook. We begin with a look at the "mission" of the man who founded it.
The meeting of a military alliance, the experiment that could help revitalize an ecosystem, and the historic home of the future are all featured on today's show.
Featured today: an objective look at the ongoing U.S. impeachment investigation, a report on a nuclear challenge for Germany, and the advent of edible bowls.
Iraq's prime minister resigns after months of protests, online sales set a Black Friday record, and music helps rehabilitate inmates at a South Carolina prison.
Uber loses its license to operate in London, we discuss startup innovation in Japan, and the U.S. Naval Academy puts freshmen to the ultimate physical test.
U.S. companies face political challenges in China, a historic disease still poses a threat, and the game of Life may owe its existence to a president's beard.