Israel's National Election; An Image of a Black Hole; A Photographic Trek through Kyrgyzstan; An Ancient Shipwreck Found 1分幸运28in
Israel's national election, an image of a black hole, a photographic trek through Kyrgyzstan, and an ancient shipwreck are this Thursday's topics on CNN 10.
EU Officials Consider Extending Brexit Deadline; U.S. Nullifies A Major League Baseball Deal With Cuba; Two Brothers Fight Cancer Together
E.U. officials consider extending the Brexit deadline, the U.S. nullifies a Major League Baseball de1分幸运28al with Cuba, and two brothers fight cancer together.
Shake Up in the United States Government; Politics and Produce Along the U.S.-Mexican Border; U.S. Government Designates Parts of Iran's Government Foreign Terrorist Organization; Pros and Cons of 5G Technology
Shakeups in the U.S. government, a terrorist designation for part of Iran's government, and the pros and cons of forthcoming 5G technology are featured today.
This Monday's topics include Russian military activities in the Arctic, a debate over fluoride in water, and a CNN Hero who takes strides to help others.
One NASA study asks participants to stay in bed for 60 days, while another compares a space-bound man with his earth-bound twin brother. Get ready for launch!
NATO Secretary General Addresses the U.S. Congress; India Launches the World's Largest Democratic Exercise; Indonesia Plans to Close Komodo Island
The leader of NATO addresses the U.S. Congress, the nation of India launches the world's largest democratic exercise, and Indonesia plans to close Komodo Island.
Preview of Upcoming Israeli Elections; Continued Struggles Of Venezuelans; 5G's Potential Impact on Farming
A preview of upcoming elections in Israel, a report on the continued struggles of Venezuelans, and a look at 5G's potential impact on farming are featured today.
Today, we explore tensions between China and Taiwan, a New York county's ban on unvaccinated children from public spaces, and the history of April Fools' Day.
Russian Forces in Venezuela; New Emperor of Japan; Positive Athlete Series; Domes Charlevoix in Quebec, Canada Offering Dome Hotel
The significance of Russian forces in Venezuela, a new emperor and era in Japan, and a Positive Athlete's rise to football stardom are all explained today.
Boeing Works to Restore Confidence in Its 737 MAX Aircraft; E.U. Wants Vehicle Speed Limiters to be Mandatory; India Acquires New Space Technology
Boeing works to restore confidence in its 737 MAX aircraft, the E.U. wants vehicle speed limiters to be mandatory, and India acquires new space technology.
Britain's Parliament Takes Over Brexit From Prime Minister Teresa May; Brits Are Stockpiling Food For Fear Of Food Shortages From Brexit Uncertainty; OneWeb Working To Try And Clean Up Space Junk; Positive Athlete Serie
The U.K. Parliament takes control of the Brexit process, companies propose solutions for space junk, and a Positive Athlete takes steps to help young runners.
President Donald Trump Signs Proclamation Recognizing Golan Heights Part of Israel; Damage in Mozambique Far Worse From Cyclone Idai Than Imagined; Oil Prices Increasing Gas Prices in the U.S.
From the Middle East to the Arctic Circle, today's show covers geopolitical events, geomagnetic storms, and the geographic impact of a destructive cyclone.
U.S. Special Counsel Investigation Concludes; ISIS Loses Last Major Stronghold; 2018 CNN Heroes See Their Impact Widen
A U.S. Special Counsel investigation concludes, the ISIS terrorist group loses its last major stronghold, and some 2018 CNN Heroes see their impact widen.
New Zealand Government Changes Gun Laws; Department of Justice Investigating Boeing MCAS System; President Donald Trump Signs New Executive Order; White House Photographer Remembers Capturing History
New Zealand's government changes its gun laws, President Trump signs a new executive order, and a White House photographer remembers capturing history.
EU Orders Google to Pay New Fine; Rescuers Race To Save Lives in Mozambique; Historic Ship Wreckage Located in Coral Sea; High School in Georgia Making Varsity Team for E-Sports
The European Union orders Google to pay a new fine, rescuers race to save lives in Mozambique, and the wreckage of a historic ship is located in the Coral Sea.
Ravaging Floods in The Midwest; Meteor Exploded 16 Miles Over Earths Surface in December Over Bering Sea; Ecovative Looking To Use Mushrooms To Make Plastics, Construction Materials and Clothes; Worlds Oldest Astrolabe Found Off the Coast of Oman
The U.S. Midwest struggles with historic flooding, we report on a fireball blast over the Bering Sea, and naturally-derived materials find a place in packaging.
Cyclone Idai Strikes Three Nations in Southeast Africa; Supreme Clothing Brand Battles Against "Legal Fakes"; A Video Game Collection Sets a Guinness Record
Cyclone Idai strikes three nations in southeast Africa, a popular clothing brand battles against "legal fakes," and a video game collection sets a record.
Shooting at Two Mosques Being Investigated By Police; Water Crisis in Venezuela; Nebraska Sees Record Flooding After Bomb Cyclone; Snow Food Truck; Bat Gets Trapped in Newsroom
Police in New Zealand investigate a shooting at two mosques, a water crisis spreads across Venezuela, and Nebraska sees record flooding after a bomb cyclone.
U.S. Senate Votes Against Presidential Declaration; CNN Hero Helps Young People Work Through Grief; Cloud Computing Helps Set A New Pi Record
The U.S. Senate votes against a presidential declaration, a CNN Hero helps young people work through their grief, and cloud computing helps set a new pi record.
Bomb Cyclone Blows Across the Rocky Mountains; Some U.S. Fast Food Companies See Big Profits in China; New Footage of a Historic Moon Mission
A major winter storm blows across the Rocky Mountains, some U.S. fast food companies see big profits in China, and we see new footage of a historic moon mission.
Investigation Into Problems With Boeing 737 Max 8 After Two Airline Crashes; Chinese Telecom Company Huawei Hardware Warning; U.S. College Cheating Scam; Ford Mustang Made Out of Snow in Nebraska
Today's show explains a U.S. college cheating scam, a warning against a Chinese telecom company's hardware, and investigations into a certain type of aircraft.
President Trump Releases Budget Proposal; Blackouts Cripple Venezuela; A Tour of a Potential "Space Hotel"; Electric Dune Buggy Concept
President Trump releases his budget proposal, we report on the blackouts that have crippled Venezuela, and we take a tour of a potential "space hotel."
Democratic Republic of Congo Deals With Second Largest Ebola Outbreak Ever; Wall Street Continues to Be A Bull Market; Where Daylight Saving Time Came From and Why
Violence and distrust threaten Ebola containment efforts in the DRC, the U.S. bull market marks a milestone, and we explain the history of daylight-saving time.
Possible Activity at a North Korean Weapons Site; An Image of Two Jets Breaking the Sound Barrier: CNN Hero: Zach Wigal
Possible activity at a North Korean weapon1分幸运28s site, an image of two jets breaking the sound barrier, and a CNN Hero are our main subjects this Friday on CNN 10.
ISIS loses its grip on the last Syrian village it occupies, families mark 5 years since the disappearance of a passenger plane, and GM closes a plant in Ohio.
Categories of Tornadoes; Video of Avalanche from Car; Space X Crew Dragon Capsule Docks with ISS; Corrosion Being Fixed on the Golden Gate Bridge
The categories of tornadoes, a view of a recent avalanche, a successful docking in space, and the maintenance of a famous bridge are all featured this Wednesday.
Major Tornadoes Strike Alabama and Georgia; Meteorologists Track Tornadoes with 2D Radar; Nominations for CNN Hero of the Year; 50th Anniversary of the First Test Flight of the Concorde
Tornadoes strike Alabama and Georgia, and we explain how meteorologists track twisters on 2D radar. Also featured is a look back on the historic Concorde plane.
Tensions in Venezuela About Juan Guaido Returning; Gangs Are Collecting Money from Venezuelans Re-Entering From Colombia; Trash Pile in South Korea Has Been On Fire for Three Months; Steepest Dive Rollercoaster to Open in Canada Theme Park
<a href="http://excithe.com/material/Living-English/episode15/-guaido-returns-npw-analysis-intl/index.html" target="_blank">Political tension and increasing desperation</a> make headlines from northern South America, and fires at a towering trash heap concern residents in eastern Asia.