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A South American country endures a political crisis, a Pacific island sees its rainforest shrink, and a coalition of "cheetahs" roams around MIT.
Bushfires flare up in Australia, we look back at the fall of an infamous dividing line in Germany, and a program teams up veterans with former pro athletes.
Political ads pose a challenge for social media companies, a museum recalls Poland's history in neon lights, and the top 10 CNN Heroes of 2019 are revealed.
Today's special edition of CNN 10 focuses on the prospect of driverless cars: How do their developers and supporters envision a future without human drivers?
A warning is issued about a dam in California, researchers link body odor to mosquito bites, and a French swimmer sets his sights on the 2020 Paralympic Games.
Officials scramble for pollution solutions in New Delhi, a century-old shipwreck approaches Niagara Falls, and an app aims to change public transportation.
Today's show features an objective explanation of the House's impeachment inquiry. Economic indicators and a standard time switch are two of our other topics.
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.
An update on California's wildfires, a significant rule change from the NCAA, and the business side of selling candy are today's main topics on CNN 10.
Boeing's CEO testifies on Capitol Hill, great white shark sightings disappear in a place that's famous for them, and a giant ball of lint makes history.
Today's topics include the targeting of a terrorist leader, the difference between debt and deficit, and an exhibition that bridges and divides two countries.
A mysterious oil spill washes up in Brazil, Japan celebrates its new emperor, an "Excalibur" sword is found in Europe, and a CNN Hero helps others walk again.
Turkey agrees to a ceasefire in Syria, large protests signal unrest around the world, and a CEO testifies on Capitol Hill about a forthcoming cryptocurrency.
Today's topics on CNN 10 include recent events in Syria, the complicated process of running for U.S. president, and carbon dioxide in concrete production.
Japan starts recovering from a typhoon, Britain prepares for a formal speech, Simone Biles sets a new record, and the island fox makes a comeback in California.
A super typhoon spins toward Japan, a U.S. auto workers' strike continues, kites are explored as conduits for wind energy, and a CNN Hero helps senior citizens.
A Turkish military operation, the history of a famous award, a utility's decision to cut power, and a "loop" of reusable containers are today's topics.
The NBA faces fallout in China over a controversial tweet, scientists identify new moons in our solar system, and conservation efforts help a rare butterfly.
The U.S. pulls troops from a tense border, the global shipping industry prepares for a rule change, and artists with disabilities thrive at a U.S. studio.
American and North Korean diplomats conclude talks in Sweden, the U.S. sees a spike in EEE virus cases, and new tech helps scientists examine ancient scrolls.
The debate over paying college athletes flares up, a popular U.S. retailer files for bankruptcy, and we explore the calculation and creativity in branding.
Massive protests take place across Iraq, officials reverse plans to close Komodo Island to tourism, and a CNN Hero brings healing to Chicago's South Side.
A winter storm strikes just after the start of fall, a spaceflight company unveils a new prototype, and a CNN Hero takes barbecue to the Bahamas.
The topics of a whistleblower complaint and the U.S. Constitution lead off our show, followed by a look at what life is life on an offshore energy rig.
Events surrounding an impeachment inquiry, a rehabilitation program for baby sea otters, and a park filled with "trolls" are our stories on today's show.
Today's topics include fast-moving U.S. political news, the workings of the U.N., a red haze on an Asian island, and research into what dogs are thinking.
A historic British travel company collapses, a coal debate factors into a U.N. summit, and a fire lookout lives a life of solitude in the Montana wilderness.
Today's topics include tensions with Iran, life in the hurricane-stricken Bahamas, renovations at a U.S. landmark, and a South Korean camp for smartphone users.
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