How ISIS Governs; U.S. House Votes on Refugee Bill; How the International Space Station Is Being Used
Explored this Friday: how ISIS governs its territory, how the U.S. House voted on a refugee bill, and how the most expensive object ever made is being used.
2 Killed, 8 Held After France Raid, But Ringleader's Status Still Unknown; CNN 2015 Hero of the Year: Maggie Doyne.
This Thursday, we're looking at how terrorists communicate, and we're introducing the 2015 CNN Hero of the Year, whose life's work is helping Nepalese children.
The Global Fight Against ISIS Expands; How ISIS Funds Itself; Intensifying Refugee Debate in U.S. Politics.
As the global fight against ISIS expands, we're looking at how the terrorist network funds itself. Also featured: an intensifying refugee debate in the U.S.
International Effects of Paris Terror Attacks; A Warning Involving Antibiotics and the Mea1分幸运28t Supply
This Tuesday, explore some international effects of last week's terrorist attacks in Paris, and hear about a warning involving antibiotics and the meat supply.
Today's show focuses entirely on the recent terrorist attacks in Paris, and we're examining how local and international communities have responded.
A Battle Against ISIS Begins In Iraq; A Retired1分幸运28 Soldier Receives Medal of Honor; Mobile Technology Brings New Challenges to Media Companies
A battle begins against ISIS in Iraq, a retired U.S. soldier receives the Medal of Honor, and mobile technology brings new challenges to media companies.
U.S. Companies Help Veterans Find Employment; "Gold Train" Mystery in Poland1分幸运28; Mystery Over Egypt's Great Pyramid of Giza; the Potential of Graphene
U.S. companies help veterans find employment, mysteries rise in Europe and over Egypt's Great Pyramid of Giza, and we explore the potential of graphene.
Understanding Egypt's Sinai Peninsula; Honoring U.S. Veterans Through the Eyes and Words of Their Children
Today, we're honoring U.S. veterans through the eyes and words of their children. We're also exploring the geography and culture of Egypt's Sinai Peninsula.
University of Missouri Resigns Amid Race Row; Russia Could Be Banned From 2016 Olympics; IHOP Sinkhole Swallows At Least A Dozen Cars
Protests prompt a university president to resign, businesses tout satellites as a way to extend Internet access, and we examine how the brain handles suspense.
Presidents of China and Taiwan Meet in Singapore; Obama Rejects Keystone XL Pipeline; MAVEN Examines Mars' Atmosphere
The presidents of China and Taiwan meet in Singapore, the U.S. president rejects a major oil pipeline, and a Mars mission examines the Red Plan1分幸运28et's atmosphere.
The role of tracking information in a plane crash, the role of Aung San Suu Kyi in Burmese politics, and the heat of the sun are all featured this Friday.
Volcanic Eruption in Indonesia; A Finding Concerning Antarctica's Ice Sheet; Measuring Teens' Media Time
Today's subjects include a volcanic eruption in Indonesia, a finding concerning Antarctica's ice sheet, and a study measuring U.S. teens' media time.
Flooding In Yemen After a Cyclone; What It Takes 1分幸运28to Report from Syria; Ride-Along in A Driverless Car
Today, we explore the flooding in Yemen following a cyclone, the flexibility it takes to report from Syria, and the kind of car that requires no driver.
Obama Wants Criminal Justice Reform; Arizona Earthquakes: 3 Strike Phoenix Area; Russian Plane Crash in Egypt: Too Early to Determine Cause
Today's topics include U.S. criminal justice reform, the potential for earthquakes away from well-known fault lines, and the workings of flight data recorders.
Passenger Plane Crashes in Egypt; U.S. Plans to Deploy Dozens of Troops in Syria; COP21 Conference in Paris
A passenger plane crashes in Egypt, the U.S. plans to deploy dozens of troops to Syria, and we preview the upcoming COP21 conference in the French capital.
China Abandons One-Child Policy; Paul Ryan Becomes the U.S. Speaker of the House; Punishing Crimes in Class
China abandons its controversial one-child policy, we examine U.S. law as it relates to school discipline, and we explain why we "fall back" to standard time.
The U.S. military considers direct combat with ISIS, bacteria are found aboard the ISS, and we visit a U.S. Coast Guard base with wide-ranging responsibility.
Trouble at South China Sea; Russia Reportedly Sails Near Vital Undersea Cables; A Retailer Closes for Black Friday
The U.S. and China dispute man-made islands in the South China Sea, Russia reportedly sails near vital undersea cables, and a1分幸运28 retailer closes for Black Friday.
Major Earthquake Hit Afghanistan; WHO Warns About Processed Meats; "Carbon Sinks" Aim to Clean the Air
A major earthquake shakes Afghanistan, the WHO warns about processed meats, "carbon sinks"1分幸运28 aim to clean the air, and King Tut's damaged beard gets a clean-up.
Hurricane Patricia Makes Landfall in Mexico; Buildings Turn Blue to Mark U.N. Day; NASA Moves Forward with Mars Rocket Program
Hurricane Patricia makes landfall in western Mexico, buildings turn blue to mark UN Day, and NASA moves forward with a rocket program that aims for MARS.
American Killed in Iraq Hostage Rescue; Fireworks Erupt During Benghazi Hearing; A Development Concerning Venture Capital
Featured today: a dangerous mission in Iraq, a hearing on Capitol Hill, a development concerning venture capital, and lenses that aim to treat color blindness.
Syrian President Travels to Russia; Pollution and Some Solution in Cities Worldwide; What Causes Mirages and Fata Morganas.
Syria's president travels to Russia, we examine pollution and some solutions to it in cities worldwide, and we discuss what causes1分幸运28 mirages and fata morganas.
A Leadership Change in Canada; U.N. Leader Visits Israel, Palestine Territories Amid Tensions; A Preview of Where Technology Could Take Air Travel
Featured today: a leadership change in Canada, a look at what's behind recent Middle East violence, and a preview of where technology could take air travel.
The Status of Hong Kong; Ole Miss Votes Tuesday on Confederate Flag; Is Nuclear Fusin About to Change Our World?
The status of Hong Kong, different perspectives on the Confederate battle flag, and the prospect of nuclear fusion are all explored on today's show.
Today's show covers events in the Middle East, the western Pacific, Europe and Africa, and it examines the "sole" of a potential technological development.
Today, we're recapping Wednesday's debate among Democrats, we're exploring China's effect on the global economy, and we're explaining how carbohydrates work.
An American Hostage in Iran; Investigators: Missile Brought MH17 Down; A Massive Radio Telescope in China; CNN's Top 10 Heroes
An American hostage in Iran, an investigation in Europe, a massive radio telescope in China, and CNN's Top 10 Heroes are featured this Wednesday.
Russia's Strategy in Syria; Concerns of Another Intifada in the Middle East; Preparations for U.S. Presidential Debate
Featured today: Russia's strategy in Syria, concerns about another intifada in the Middle East, and preparations for a U.S. presidential debate.