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The history of voting in America, the new theories about water on the moon, and the ways you can verify the news you read online are some of today's topics!
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One week from Election Day, we're checking in on polling and early voting. News concerning the Supreme Court, space exploration, and a bygone era follows.
Destroying a nest of murder hornets, providing RVs to wildfire victims, and changing plans for Halloween are three of today's topics on CNN 10.
U.S. presidential candidates face off for the last time, we examine the impact of fires in California, and a super-strong beetle survives crushing weights.
Flooding claims lives and homes in Vietnam, U.S. candidates prepare for a "muted" debate, and an American company works on a type of biodegradable material.
The U.S. government files a lawsuit against the Google tech company, and new technology helps ocean researchers live closer to the areas they want to study.
An explanation of the Electoral College is today's first topic. It's followed by reports on coronavirus cases in Europe and a trio of space headlines.
A flare-up of violence between Armenia and Azerbaijan, the work of a CNN Hero to bring music to senior citizens, and a bacon-scented mask are today's topics.
Coronavirus cases rise in most U.S. states, a La Niña forms in the Pacific, thousands more satellites are headed for space, and a "squidbot" takes to the sea.