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Today's show covers the makeup of the next U.S. Congress, the resignation of a U.S. attorney general, a polio-like illness, and drone technology in the U.A.E.
The U.S. Midterm Elections are front and center today, as we cover several aspects of the vote. The rise, fall, and rise again of the Segway is also featured.
The U.S. government releases its October jobs report, we look at the challenges of seasonal hiring, and a Peruvian doctor helps children and becomes a CNN Hero.
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Today's edition of CNN 10 is a business-themed special: We're exploring the background, the growth, the criticism, and the impact of Amazon on the retail world.
The U.S. response to a caravan of migrants, an update on NASA's sun probe, a report on flooding in Italy, and a Halloween forecast are all featured today.
Elections signal change for Germany and Brazil, we explain a volatile month for the U.S. stock market, and smart glasses help theatergoers with hearing loss.
News events from Pennsylvania, Florida, South Korea, and a body of water once called the "Inhospitable Sea" are covered today. We also feature a CNN Hero.
A manhunt intensifies for the sender of suspicious packages, part of the DMZ actually demilitarizes, and we introduce a Positive Athlete who's helping children
The FBI investigates suspicious packages addressed to U.S. politicians, a U.S. commander voices concerns about Russian subs, and a linguist pronounces success.
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A caravan of thousands moves across Central America, a CNN Hero helps give homes and hope to veterans, and we examine Halloween in terms of what Americans spend.
The history of NATO and the alliance's concerns about Russian activity in Kaliningrad compose our top story today. We also take a look at evolving technology.
Armed conflict complicates the fight against Ebola, a job openings report brings optimism to U.S. workers, and a new report card fails many U.S. burger chains.
Today's show features an explanation of a trial that involves race and college admissions. Other topics include cleaning the ocean and the Japanese term ikigai.
President Trump tours the region lashed by Hurricane Michael, an iconic U.S. retailer declares bankruptcy, and a CNN Hero helps veteran translators relocate.
Today, we cover a sudden drop in the U.S. stock market, a look at the devastation in Florida, an emergency landing in Kazakhstan, and two Positive Athletes.
The destructive landfall of Hurricane Michael is our first story today. Afterward, we're examining the impact of social media on the restaurant industry.
A U.S. ambassador resigns, storm warnings cover the U.S. Southeast, we examine the benefits of HIIT exercise, and we track down a Great Big Story.
Hurricane Michael churns in the Gulf of Mexico, we explore America's ongoing bull market, and a CNN Hero helps the homeless in Northern California.
A new U.S. Supreme Court justice is sworn in, three ISS workers return to Earth, we explain the "retail apocalypse," and service monkeys help people in need.
Indonesians leave their disaster-stricken homes behind, Facebook experiences its worst hack ever, and we explore some of the possibilities of mixed reality.
new rail line in Hong Kong brings both opportunity and controversy, a new California law takes aim at plastic straws, and concerns are voiced about e-scooters.
Today's show begins with a down-the-middle explanation of Thursday's hearings on Capitol Hill. That's followed by a journey to a "Venice of the East."
Tensions between the U.S. and Iran flare at the U.N., residents in part of South Carolina brace for hurricane flooding, and we turn back the (alarm) clock.
Today's international coverage explores issues concerning the "Brexit," a high-speed rail line that runs through Israel, and the work of a Positive Athlete.
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