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Today's topics include tensions with Iran, life in the hurricane-stricken Bahamas, renovations at a U.S. landmark, and a South Korean camp for smartphone users.
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The remnants of Tropical Storm Imelda soak parts of Texas, the U.S. Federal Reserve lowers a key interest rate, and an athlete takes on mountains with one wheel.
Israel waits to see how its new government shapes up, Samsung hopes innovation will help it weather multiple challenges, and we go spelunking in New Zealand.
Today's show explains a recent rise and fall in oil prices, a project to learn more about sharks, and an experiment involving rats and the game of hide-and-seek.
A general election in Israel, a strike involving General Motors, a visit to the world's busiest airport, and a hypersonic sled are featured on today's show.
Oil facilities are attacked in the Middle East, we look at the complex relationship between the U.S. and Saudi Arabia, and more protests are held in Hong Kong.
An update from the hurricane-stricken Bahamas, an explanation of a rare "micromoon," and a report on the work of a CNN Hero compose our coverage this Friday.
Today's show focuses on radioactive water at a damaged Japanese nuclear plant, a newly proposed U.S. law concerning vaping, and the do's and dont's of debates.
On the 18th anniversary of the September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks, we're providing a timeline of the day's events and a reporter's memories of covering them.