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Featured this Thursday: U.S. troops in the Middle East, the debate over "sanctuary cities," and one engineer's quest for a concert hall with perfect sound.
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An executive order concerning the environment, a settlement concerning a U.S. city's water crisis, and a potentially protective type of gel are featured today.
Britain starts the process of leaving the EU, Australia assesses the damage from Cyclone Debbie, and we explain the debate over access to encryption technology.
A new leader is chosen in Hong Kong, a GOP health reform effort falls short, a moon race may be launching, and a CNN Hero gives refuge from Chicago violence.
A Holocaust survivor discusses recent threats to Jewish centers, a company plans tours of the Titanic, and a product aims to help improve people's posture.
An apparent terrorist attack in Britain, an American company's warning, a Vietnamese effort to help bees, and a CNN Hero are all featured this Thursday.
Changes for U.S.-bound flights, changes to a GOP health care plan, preparedness changes in Japanese schools, and changes for Mexico's poor are all featured.
The head of the FBI and a Supreme Court nominee speak at hearings on Capitol Hill, and virtual reality is examined as a possible treatment for phobias.
U.S. customs agents hunt for pill presses, listeria discoveries prompt a pizza recall, and the spring allergy season starts early for some parts of America.
The latest hold on a U.S. immigration order, historic footage of nuclear tests, hiking near a lava lake, and a CNN Hero are all featured this Friday.