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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.
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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.
Europe closely watches a vote in the Netherlands and a referendum push in Scotland, and the U.S. Federal Reserve raises its key interest rate once again.
The U.S. CBO releases pros and cons of a health care reform plan, millions celebrate the Holi festival in India, and a major oil discovery is made in Alaska.
The United Nations warns about a massive humanitarian crisis, parts of the American Northeast face a blizzard, and a pair of CNN Heroes meet in New York.
A court decision upholds the impeachment of South Korea's leader, a birthday is marked for a "bull market," and a company aims to make an app into a translator.
U.S. Marines reportedly deploy to northern Syria, we examine the history of daylight-saving time, and a memory champion recalls his training methods.
Today, we explain how THAAD systems work, how students are sounding off against modern-day slavery, and how social media usage has been linked to loneliness.