Cuba's Government Names a New Leader; Scientists Follow Eye Movement to Diagnose Possible Concussions; The History of Ramen Noodles
Cuba's government names a new leader, scientists follow eye movement to diagnose possible concussions, and we fill up on the history of ramen noodles.
The Upcoming Talks Between the U.S. and North Korea; Tributes Being Paid to Former First Lady Barbara Bush; The Challenges Posed By Plastics
Today's subjects include the upcoming talks between two rival nations, the tributes being paid to a former first lady, and the challenges posed by plastics.
Two Cases before the U.S. Supreme Court; A Meeting Between the President Trump and Japan's Prime Minister Abe; The Advent of Animals at Work
Today, we explain two cases before the U.S. Supreme Court. Also featured: a meeting between the leaders of the U.S. and Japan and the advent of animals at work.
Survivors of an Alleged Chemical Attack in Syria Share Their Memories; Researchers Envision a Dream-Recording Machine; A Positive Athlete Remembers His Mother
Survivors of an alleged chemical attack share their memories, researchers envision a dream-recording machine, and a Positive Athlete remembers his mother.
Allied Forces Led By the U.S. Launch Strikes on Syria; A Detailed Look at the Moon; A CNN Hero Utilizes Exoskeletons to Help Others Walk
Allied forces led by the U.S. launch strikes on Syria, we bring you a detailed look at the moon, and a CNN Hero utilizes exoskeletons to help others walk.
International Military Action May Be Ahead in Syria; How A Trade War Could Affect U.S. Consumers; The Psychographics of Facebook
International military action may be ahead in Syria, we explain how a trade war could affect U.S. consumers, and we examine the psychographics of Facebook.
U.S. House Speaker Paul Ryan Announces He'1分幸运28ll Step Down; High School Students Raise Awareness About Human Trafficking; A Young Researcher Puts Her Stamp on Ink
The U.S. House Speaker announces he'll step down, high school students raise awareness about human trafficking, and a young researcher puts her stamp on ink.
China's President Addresses the Issue of Tariffs; Facebook's CEO Testifies at a Congressional Hearing; A CNN Hero Uses Music to Help Dementia Patients
China's leader addresses the issue of tariffs, Facebook's CEO testifies at a congressional hearing, and a CNN Hero uses music to help dementia patients.
Today's show explains why the world is watching what happens next in Syria. We also report on changes to Facebook and the persever1分幸运28ance of a Positive Athlete.
Politics in Hungary, a crack in the earth in Kenya, a deployment of the U.S. National Guard, and the work of a young hero are all featured this Monday.
U.S. National Guard Troops are Headed to the U.S.-Mexico Border; Media Piracy in Singapore; A CNN Hero Works to Help Juvenile Offenders
U.S. National Guard troops are headed to the U.S.-Mexico border, we investigate media piracy in Singapore, and a CNN Hero works to help juvenile offenders.
A Potential Withdrawal of U.S. Troops From Syria; A Strike by French Rail Workers; The Indomitable Spirit of Positive Athlete McClain Hermes
A potential withdrawal of U.S. troops from Syria, a strike by French rail workers, and the indomitable spirit of a Positive Athlete are our topics this Thursday.
Today, we explore the legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., and we explain the struggles of a Kentucky county to meet its residents' need for clean water.
China Announces Tariffs on Certain U.S. Goods; Military Drills Begin in South Korea, Teachers in Several U.S. States Raise Their Voices in Protest
China announces tariffs on certain U.S. goods, military drills begin in South Korea, and teachers in several U.S. states raise their voices in protest.
Today's special edition of CNN 10 is focused on NASA's "Twins Study" and how life in space could potentially impact the human body.
Malala Yousafzai Returns to Pakistan; CDC Warns About a Possible "Round 2" of the Flu; A Positive Athlete Perseveres Through A Heart Disorder
Malala Yousafzai returns to Pakistan, the CDC warns about a possible "round 2" of the flu, and a Positive Athlete perseveres through a heart disorder.
North Korea's Leader Makes a Surprise Trip Abroad; A Former U.S. Supreme Court Justice Wants an Amendment Repealed; A Marine Biologist Swims With Manta Rays
North Korea's leader makes a surprise trip abroad, a former U.S. Supreme Court justice wants an Amendment repealed, and a marine biologist swims with manta rays.
More Than 20 Nations Expel Russian Diplomats; Governments Call on Facebook to Address Data Privacy, A Young Hero Harnesses the Energy of Ocean Waves
More than 20 nations expel Russian diplomats, governments call on Facebook to address data privacy, and a young hero harnesses the energy of ocean waves.
A Three-Day Election Begins in Egypt; A Chinese Space Station is Expected to Fall Toward Earth; A UPS Shipping Facility Works to Keep Pace with E-Commerce
A three-day election begins in Egypt, a Chinese space station is expected to fall toward Earth, and a shipping facility works to keep pace with e-commerce.
Hundreds of Thousands Demonstrate in the U.S.; A Lawsuit Concerning A Major Media Merger; Positive Athlete Helps Families Fight Childhood Cancer
Hundreds of thousands demonstrate in the U.S., we update a lawsuit concerning a major media merger, and a Positive Athlete helps families fight childhood cancer.
New U.S. Tariffs on China; New Setbacks for the Driverless Car Industry; A New Push to Create a Huge Marine Sanctuary
Our top stories this Friday include new U.S. tariffs on China, new setbacks for the driverless car industry, and a new push to create a huge marine sanctuary.
Dozens of Kidnapped Schoolgirls are Returned in Nigeria; Facebook Admits that Some Users' Data was Handled Improperly; A Tour of Mont Saint- Michel
Dozens of kidnapped schoolgirls are returned in Nigeria, Facebook admits that some users' data was handled improperly, and we take a tour of Mont Saint-Michel.
Bushfires Force Evacuations in Part of Australia; The Last Male of a Rhino Subspecies Dies; A 35-Year-Old Scientist Aims to Transform Prosthetic Limbs
Bushfires force evacuations in part of Australia, the last male of a rhino subspecies dies, and a 35-year-old scientist aims to transform prosthetic limbs.
A Controversial Leader's Drive in Syria; A Possible Serial Bomber in Texas; Opioid Abuse in America; the History of a Futuristic Ice Cream
Today's topics: a controversial leader's drive in Syria, a possible serial bomber in Texas, opioid abuse in America, and the history of a futuristic ice cream.
Russians Go to the Polls; Sherpas Work to Clean Up Mount Everest; A Positive Athlete Invites Others to Wheelchair Basketball
Russians go to the polls, Sherpas work to clean up Mount Everest, a positive athlete invites others to wheelchair basketball, and an aurora gets a name.
This Friday, CNN 10 takes you aboard a U.S. submarine training mission in the Arctic. We're also reporting on the fall of an iconic U.S. retail company.
Britain Expels 23 Russian Diplomats; Remembering Stephen Hawking; Thousands of U.S. Students Walk Out of School
Britain expels 23 Russian diplomats, thousands of U.S. students walk out of school, we remember Stephen Hawking, and we launch a new "Positive Athlete" series.
President Trump Replaces His Secretary of State; What It Would Take to Build a New Border Wall; "My Freedom Day" is Observed Worldwide
President Trump moves to replace his secretary of state, we explain what it would take to build a new border wall, and "My Freedom Day" is observed worldwide.