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U.S. lawmakers debate a White House offer concerning immigration, America remembers a civil rights icon, oysters help shore up New York, and a rare moon rises.
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Britain's leader narrowly wins a vote of confidence, we explore a topic of defense and visit a related manufacturing facility, and a 3D bridge opens in China.
Terrorist attacks take place in Syria and Kenya, the World Economic Forum faces new challenges, and we sample plant-based versions of sushi and nutrition bars.
Britain's Parliament rejects a Brexit proposal, we remember a passenger plane's miraculous landing on a river, and we look at efforts to prevent bird strikes.
Today's topics are the U.S. government shutdown, a vote concerning the Brexit, the remains of a World War I-era submarine, and a teachers' strike in California.
A proposed second summit between two rival nations, a series of radio bursts from space, and an attempt to launch satellites from planes are all explained today.
This Friday, we report on a presidential visit to a U.S. border town, a new type of technology being tested at airports, and a trek through the desert in Dubai.
Today's show reports on a U.S. presidential address and opposing party's response, a secretive leader's surprise trip to China, and a "smart park" in the U.A.E.
A change takes place in Florida law concerning the voting rights of people who've committed felonies, and Amazon's "HQ2" stirs debate in New York City.
The ongoing U.S. government shutdown, the role of phenotyping in criminal justice, a CNN Young Wonder, and a bread-making vending machine are today's topics.