Violence threatens a ceasefire in Ukraine, we examine whether speaking Spanish helps U.S. politicians, and engineers aim to fix a giant drill stuck in Seattle.
Egypt targets ISIS in Libya, NASA warns of "megadroughts," we explore trivia about U.S. monuments, and we step inside a secret warehouse of film artifacts.
Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia Dies at 79; Plans for a Ceasefire in Syria; Pope Francis' Trip to Mexico.
Featured today: the passing of a U.S. Supreme Court justice, the plans for a ceasefire in Syria, a papal trip to Mexico, and the cerebral benefits of exercise.
A breakthrough in Belarus, a verdict in Italy, and an expected veto in the U.S. all headline today's show. We also cover five facts about Valentine's Day!
President Obama Asks Congress To Formally Authorize Military Force; Tunisian in Yemen; Jackie Robinson West Loses Title; The Insanity Defense
President Obama asks Congress to authorize force against ISIS, a Little League team loses a title, and we define the insanity defense in court cases.
The Death of Kayla Mueller; Dash Cams: Silent Witnesses; What Is Measles?; Mapping Germs on the New York City Subway
Uses for dashboard cameras come into focus, snow days can threaten as much trouble as they can bring fun, and we examine just how germy public places can be.
Covered this Tuesday: the strain of snowstorms on the U.S. Northeast, the economic strains on Russia, and the strain of perfecting a reusable rocket.
Big Meeting To Discuss Ukrainian Conflict; Queen Elizabeth II To Officially Become Longest-Serving Monarch Later This Year; President Obama's Crusades Comments At National Prayer Breakfast Stir Controversy
Today, we take you to the shelled-out tarmac of a once-renowned airport, we cover some royal history, and we sail through a rainbow as seen from a Navy carrier.
Life in Syrian Kobani Destroyed by War; New Sonic Technology to Help Police; Projection Technology Wins Audience at Courts
Jordan strikes back at ISIS, we take you through a Syrian city ruined by terrorism and war, and new technology can help police catch drivers who text.
Confirmation Hearing for U.S. Secretary of Defense; U.S. Options for Fighting ISIS; History of Russian-Ukrainian Conflict; Super Pipes for Snowboarding Built in U.S. Ski Resort
Today's show focuses on two major challenges ahead of a potential defense secretary, and we look at the science and expense of building superpipes.
Should Vaccination Become Law? Changes in Saudi Arabia; Lemonade Stand in Battle against Pediatric Cancer
The vaccine debate reaches Capitol Hill, winds of change may be blowing in Saudi Arabia, and we feature a Character Study on an undaunted middle school student.
Government Budget for Next Year; Obama's Middle Class Economics; Magna Carta, First Document of Human Rights; Meteorologist Laboratory on Snowy Mountain Peak
Featured today: President Obama's budget proposal, the 800th birthday of an enduring document, studying clouds from the inside, and predicting the weather.
Simmering Tensions between Israel and its Neighbors; Iron Dome Protecting Israel; Local Outbreak of Measles in California; Remembering Marching in Selma
Tensions flare up in the Middle East, we look at Israel分幸运289;s Iron Dome defense system, an outbreak of measles expands, and Black History Month begins in the U.S.
Progress in Fighting Ebola; Authorizing U.S. to Go to War; NFL's on the Rise despite Scandals; How Jury is Selected
This Friday, we look at some hopeful news concerning Ebola, the concept of war powers in the U.S. government, and the process of selecting a jury.
Obama's Visit to Saudi Arabia; New Way to Fight Mosquitoes; Justice Restored in Friendship Nine Case; Birds Covered in Gl1分幸运28oo
Featured today: a politically challenging meeting of two world leaders, the exoneration of the Friendship Nine, and a mystery involving birds in California.
Why Forecasts Can Be Wrong; Biggest Asteroid Has Its Moon; No Rules for Drones; Sea Hunt for Urc1分幸运28hins
This Wednesday on CNN Student News, we look at the sciences of forecasting the weather, studying space, keeping up with technology, and diving for sea urchins.
A massive winter storm bears down on the U.S. Northeast, and we explore the history of the Auschwitz death camp 70 years after it was liberated.
Obama Meets India Prime Minister Narendra Modi; Yemen in Chaos; Measles in Theme Parks; NASA Tracking Asteroids
President Obama heads to India and Saudi Arabia, a measles outbreak spreads from California, and an asteroid makes a relatively close encounter with Earth.
U.S.-Led Fight against ISIS; Three-Way Fight in Yemen; Abolishing Net Neutrality; Big Use for Tiny Robots
Net neutrality, micro robots, political upheaval, and Houthis are some of the terms defined this Friday on CNN Student News. We hope you enjoy the show!
U.S. diplomats arrive in Cuba, drought and cartels threaten the avocado supply, the NFL investigates a Super Bowl team, and the Golden Gate's lanes are changed.
Today's show features State of the Union highlights, a look at the president's legacy, a report on unrest in Yemen, and a potential medical breakthrough.
Ice Storm Leaves Car Pileups in Northeast; Remembering Martin Luther King; Research in Space; State of the Union Tradition
History and science are featured on today's show, with1分幸运28 reports on an ice storm, historic State of the Union speeches, and events in the civil rights movement.
Boko Haram Terrorizing Nigeria; "Titanic" Survivor's Letter; Climbing El Capitan; Free Ride for Eclipse
This Friday's show focuses on terrorist attacks in Nigeria, a letter written by a Titanic survivor, and how two men free-climbed El Capitan.
France at Its Highest Level of Terrorism Alert; Emergency at Space Station; Colleges Fight for Good Attendance; Avoiding Text Neck Symptoms; 3D Pen Invented
An evacuation in space, a college crackdown on truancy, and the definition of "text neck" are all featured this Thursday on CNN Student News.
U.S. Fight Against IS1分幸运28IS Possibly Getting More Intense in 2015; Getting Flu Shots; Carving Crazy Horse Monument
Officials prepare fo1分幸运28r a long fight with ISIS, we explore some misconceptions about the flu, and a memorial to Crazy Horse takes shape over South Dakota.
Breakthrough in Search for Flight 8501 Plane; United States High Officials Not Present at Paris Unity March; Walking to Power Electrical Devices
Searchers find the black boxes of a wrecked plane, Haitians struggle five years after a devastating earthquake, and a technology helps harness kinetic energy.
March of Unity after Week of Terror in Paris; Difficulties for SpaceX; Growing Student Loan Debts; Hidden Sugar Compromises Your Diet
Millions in France march against terrorism, U.S. hiring increases while wages decrease, and President Obama proposes cost-free community college for students.
Freezing Temperatures from Great Plains to Deep South; Intense Manhunt in the Wake of Attack on Satire Magazine in Paris; Continuing Search for Black Boxes in Java Sea; Comeback of Mumps to U.S.; Newly Elected Representatives Move into Capitol
Friday's show covers frigid temperatures in the U.S., a manhunt in France, a sort of comeback for the mumps, and a day of transition for U.S. lawmakers.