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South Korea prepares for the 2018 Winter Olympics, Louisiana recovers from a series of tornadoes, and we examine both sides of the debate over U.S. health law.
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Featured today: disputed islands in the East China Sea and South China Sea, a historic vote in the U.S. Senate, and the hype of virtual reality technology.
Featured in today's show are legal developments concerning a U.S. immigration order, conflict in Ukraine, a possible "lost continent," and a peak in flu season.
Today's special edition of CNN 10 is focusing exclusively on space: The costs, the vehicles, and the effects on the human body are all part of the program.
A missile launch deepens tensions between Iran and the U.S., we examine earthquakes in depth, and we show you how tackle football isn't just a sport for men.
The U.S. Supreme Court nomination process, the tensions surrounding North Korea, and the history of Groundhog Day are three of our main stories this Thursday.
The close relationship between the U.S. and the U.K., the replacement of the acting U.S. attorney general, and a plan to remove "space junk" are today's topics.
Featured today: the significance of NATO, an attack on a Canadian mosque, relief for California's drought, and the new tech that's changing an old-school sport.
Today, we explore both sides of the debate over a controversial executive order concerning travel to America, and we discuss the U.S. Supreme Court.
One foreign leader arrives in the U.S. while another cancels his trip, one holiday triggers a massive migration, and one superlative mountain might've shrunk.