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Nature and science take center stage as we report on a hurricane's landfall, the effects of wildfires, and a man's efforts to preserve the biodiversity of seeds.
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Tensions between China, Hong Kong and Taiwan compose today's first report. Other topics include Hurricane Sally's sluggishness and a study of another planet.
Another hurricane hits the U.S. Gulf Coast, different nations give different responses to coronavirus, and a new vehicle makes a popular sport more accessible.
Our week begins with reports on wildfires in the western U.S., technology's role in monitoring the health of insects, and robot "dogs" aiding the military.
This Friday, September 11, our show takes a look back at events that changed America 19 years ago. We also take a tour of the National 9/11 Memorial and Museum.
Colleges cope with Covid on campus, we explain exactly what it's like to get tested for coronavirus, and "Mr. Trash Wheel" cleans waters with each spin.
Today's topics: flu season in the time of coronavirus, a record number of young Americans living with their parents, muscled-up rodents, and wacky weather.
Wildfires in California prompt a state of emergency, we give an overview of the upcoming U.S. election, and a pair of spacecraft venture deeper into space.
A coronavirus vaccine could be available in less than two months, a call goes out for more election poll workers, and a pair of almanacs make winter predictions.
Facebook says a Russian troll farm tried to sow discord, U.S. stocks are up amid a mixed economy, and drones help indigenous people keep tabs on illegal logging.