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Today, we explain the U.S. Electoral College and how the Supreme Court chooses its cases. Also covered: migrant camps in Paris and wind turbines in the U.S.
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Today, we're explaining an investigation concerning the FBI and a U.S. presidential candidate, and we're examining a standoff over the Dakota Access Pipeline.
Our two-part series on distracted driving concludes today. Find out how technology, which is often part of the problem, can be part of the solution.
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Featured today: the balance of power in Congress, the destruction left behind by ISIS, and the efforts to harness the cognitive stimulation of video games.
French officials begin clearing "The Jungle," a new theory tries to explain the Bermuda Triangle's mysteries, and we begin a new series on video games' effects.
Today's topics include the disarmament of bombs in Iraq, the planned merger between AT&T and Time Warner, and an explanation of vote recounts in U.S. elections.
The apparent loss of a Mars lander, recent storms in the Philippines, possible responses to hacking, and a Character Study are all featured this Friday.
Today's topics include the third (and last) debate between the top U.S. presidential candidates and our fourth (and last) report on the U.S. heroin epidemic.