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The U.S. and Iran ramp up tensions but say no war is imminent, grocery chains face dynamic challenges, and two CNN Heroes team up to help improve a girl's life.
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Today's reports on a U.S. executive order, a partial ban on facial recognition systems, and a flying taxi involve issues of security, privacy, and technology.
Today's show explains legal action involving the U.S. real estate industry. We're also reporting on robocalls and the impact of space exploration on pop culture.
North Korea faces a food shortage, India fights misinformation as its election winds down, and scientists say there's evidence that the moon is shrinking.
International tensions boil in Middle Eastern waters, officials say some oil ships were intentionally damaged, and grammarians sound off on Neil Armstrong.
A trade dispute heats up on both sides of the Pacific, a U.S. landmark turns 150 years old, and a new study suggests wasps are capable of transitive inference.
Chinese facilities for Uyghur Muslims stir international controversy, an ancient artifact is returned to Europe, and a bobcat tries his paw at flagpole sitting.
Iran partially withdraws from a nuclear deal, the U.S. issues new sanctions on Iran, some protesters speak out against Uber, and AI makes its way into business.
A U.S. carrier strike group deploys to the Strait of Hormuz, and a father and daughter stir conversation by using Instagram to tell a Holocaust victim's story.
Violence flares up in the Middle East, the U.S. jobs report suggests a strong economy, and we explain the debate over how Notre Dame should be reconstructed.