Featured on our penultimate program of the season: Botswana changes a law concerning elephant hunting, and technology is used to help people with disabilities.
Severe Weather Strikes The U.S. East of the Rocky Mountains; Return to Mt. Everest to Explain Dangerous Conditions; Examining A Global Police Force
Severe weather strikes the U.S. east of the Rocky Mountains, we return to Mount Everest to explain dangerous conditions, and we examine a global police force.
Britain's Prime Minister Resigns; Glimpse Into Memorial Day Events in the U.S.; Death Toll Rises on Mt. Everest
Britain's prime minister resigns, we give you a glimpse of Memorial Day events in the U.S., and the death toll rises in Everest's dangerous climbing season.
India's Incumbent Leaders Appears to Win in Landslide Victory; World Explorer Discusses Societies Where People Live Longer
India's incumbent leader appears to have won a landslide victory in recent elections, and a world explorer discusses societies where people live longer.
The Brexit process continues to face challenges, a woman describes a life of forced labor in a free country, and fireworks techs light up the Lotte World Tower.
Food Shortage Spreads in Cuba; International Linguists Name Hardest Words to Spell; Industry of Plant-Based Meat Alternatives
A food shortage spreads in Cuba, international linguists name the hardest words to spell, and we examine the industry of plant-based meat alternatives.
CNN Investigation Indicates Humanitarian Aid is Being Misused in Yemen; New Study Contrasts the Effects of Ultraprocessed and Unprocessed Foods; World Record Teddy Bear
A CNN investigation indicates that humanitarian aid is being misused in Yemen, and a new study contrasts the effects of ultraprocessed and unprocessed foods.
U.S. and Iran Ramp Up Tensions; Grocery Chains Face Dynamic Challenges; Robots Taking Over Human Jobs; CNN Heroes
The U.S. and Iran ramp up tensions but say no war is imminent, grocery chains face dynamic challenges, and two CNN Heroes team up to help improve a girl's life.
United States Executive Order on Using Certain Telecommunications Equipment; Partial Ban on Facial Recognition Systems; Flying Taxi Involve Issues of Security, Privacy, and Technology
Today's reports on a U.S. executive order, a partial ban on facial recognition systems, and a flying taxi involve issues of security, privacy, and technology.
Legal Action Involving the U.S. Real Estate Industry; Reporting on Robocalls; Impact of Space Exploration on Pop Culture
Today's show explains legal action involving the U.S. real estate industry. We're also reporting on robocalls and the impact of space exploration on pop culture.
North Korea Faces Food Shortage; India Fights Misinformation As Its Election Winds Down; Scientists Say There's Evidence the Moon is Shrinking
North Korea faces a food shortage, India fights misinformation as its election winds down, and scientists say there's evidence that the moon is shrinking.
International Tensions Boil in Middle Eastern Waters; Officials Say Some Oil Ships Were Intentionally Damaged; Grammarians Sound Off on Neil Armstrong
International tensions boil in Middle Eastern waters, officials say some oil ships were intentionally damaged, and grammarians sound off on Neil Armstrong.
U.S. and China Trade Dispute Heats Up on Both Sides of the Pacific; Transcontinental Railroad Turns 150 Years Old; Study Suggests Wasps Are Capable of Transitive Inference
A trade dispute heats up on both sides of the Pacific, a U.S. landmark turns 150 years old, and a new study suggests wasps are capable of transitive inference.
Iran partially withdraws from a nuclear deal, the U.S. issues new sanctions on Iran, some protesters speak out against Uber, and AI makes its way into business.
U.S. Carrier Strike Group Deploys to Middle East; Social Media Brings A Holocaust Survivor's Diary Back To Life After More Than 70 Years
A U.S. carrier strike group deploys to the Strait of Hormuz, and a father and daughter stir conversation by using Instagram to tell a Holocaust victim's story.
Violence Flares Up in the Middle East; U.S. Jobs Report Suggests A Strong Economy; Debate Over How Notre Dame Should Be Reconstructed; Twins Turn 100 Years Old
Violence flares up in the Middle East, the U.S. jobs report suggests a strong economy, and we explain the debate over how Notre Dame should be reconstructed.
North Korea Tests A Short Range Missile; The English Channel Tunnel Turns 25 Years Old; History of Cinco De Mayo; Positive Athlete Series
North Korea tests a short-range missile, an international landmark turns 25, we explain the history of Cinco de Mayo, and we feature a Positive Athlete.
Cyclone Fani Bears Down on India; Divers Make a Discovery in the World's Largest Known Cave; A Spacecraft Aims to Give Tourists a Few Minutes of Weightlessness
A cyclone bears down on India, divers make a discovery in the world's largest known cave, and a spacecraft aims to give tourists a few minutes of weightlessness.
Twenty Democrats Challenge Trump in the Presidential Election; The Latest Technology Update With 5G Around The Corner
Today's topics include the U.S. presidential campaign season, the U.S. naturalization test, and some potential applications for 5G wireless technology.
An Escalation of Juan Guaido's Efforts To Remove Nicolas Maduro From Venezuelan Power; China And The Philippines Come To Agreement After Dispute Earlier This Month, But Are Still Causing Concern
Today's show examines the recent upheaval in Venezuela, the relationship between China and the Philippines, and an off-the-beaten-path trip to an African nation.
Cyclone Kenneth Causes Major Destruction in Africa; Emperor Akihito Becomes Japan's First Royal in 200 Years to Advocate to Give Up His Throne; Reseachers Test Drones to Carry Organs For Transplants
Another cyclone brings flooding to Mozambique, Japan's emperor makes history by abdicating his throne, and drones are tested as organ transfer vehicles.
U.S. Stocks Continue to Climb; Artificial Intelligence in the Classroom; CNN Hero Wendy Ross Talks About ASD Program; Man In Oregon Runs Van Service for Dogs
U.S. stocks continue to climb but may face headwinds, AI finds a place in a Middle Eastern classroom, and a CNN Hero helps medical patients with ASD.
Milestone Concerning Cases of Measles; Explanation of How New York City's Area Has Expanded; Positive Athlete Series
Featured this Friday: a milestone concerning cases of a certain disease, an explanation of how a city's area has expanded, and a report on a Positive Athlete.
International Summit Between Russia and North Korea in Vladivostok, Russia; E Coli Outbreak in America Due to Tainted Ground Beef; Conservation Program Allows Tourists to Catch Endangered Species
Today's show covers an international summit in Russia, an E. coli outbreak in America, and a conservation program that lets tourists catch an endangered species.
Struggles of Boeing; State Visit Planned in Great Britain; Challenges of "Wish-Cycling"; Sanctuary for Sloths
The struggles of Boeing, a planned state visit in Britain, the challenges posed by "wish-cycling," and a sanctuary for sloths are this Wednesday's topics.
Sri Lanka Suffers From Terrorist Attacks on Easter Sunday; San Francisco Searches For A Way To Properly Manage The Rapid Growth Of Tourism
Sri Lanka searches for answers after coordinated terrorist attacks, U.S. lawmakers review the Mueller Report, and Egypt uncovers another ancient tomb.
Animal Feed: What's in the Diets of Animals Raised for Food, and Why Might That Matter to Some Consumers?
Today, we're taking you inside the U.S. food industry and focusing specifically on animal feed: What's in the diets of animals raised for food, and why might that matter to some consumers?
Produce is front and center on today's special edition of CNN10. Find out how the U.S. food industry has changed and what influence consumers have on it.