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Today's show looks at the upcoming Olympics in Sochi, avalanche dangers in backcountry terrain, and a controversy over some student-athletes' reading scores.
For much of the U.S., the weather outside is frightful. In today's edition of CNN Student News, find out why -- and what exactly a "polar vortex" is. We also provide tips for warding off the flu, and we show you how spoken word is more than a verbal outlet for some teenagers.
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In our final show of 2013, we report on a congressional budget compromise and a credit card security breach before reviewing a year's worth of news stories.
On Thursday, we discuss the U.S. Olympic delegation, unusual behavior in some marine animals, and a company's training program for space tourists.
As technology executives meet with President Obama about various topics, CNN Student News shares reaction to a ruling concerning the government's secret surveillance programs. We also examine a debate surrounding the effectiveness of antibacterial soap, and we report on World Cup preparations in Brazil. Plus, we hear from a mayor about careers in local politics.
flooding in Gaza, a ruling against NSA spying, CTE in a former Major Leaguer, and a robotics purchase by an Internet company. We also include a character study that's emblematic of the Christmas season.
Reports from Africa, Europe, and the moon land in CNN Student News' last Monday edition of 2013. We also report on the meeting of two, 107-year-old U.S. veterans, and we look at a debate concerning a California community's Christmas tradition.
On Friday, we discuss the impact of winter weather, a possible shift in Ukraine, a debate over in-flight phone use, and a proposed rule change in pro baseball.
On Thursday, CNN Student News gives viewers a ground-level view of the tension on the streets of Ukraine's capital. We reveal the 2013 TIME Person of the Year, and we discuss why some people preferred the runner-up. Plus, we meet a young entrepreneur and a homeless man who teamed up to develop an environmental app.
A massive gathering of world leaders, a historic decision by an American carmaker, and a temperature lower than any other headline today's edition of CNN Student News. We also look at proposed changes to an internationally recognized symbol, and we show you how three people rang in a new record for charity.
The official start of winter is more than a week away, but severe winter weather is cutting a path of damage and disruption across the U.S. Get the details in Tuesday's show. We also report on unrest in Ukraine and the Central African Republic. Plus, we examine the effects of drowsy driving, and we put a tough tongue twister to the test.
World Leaders, People Around the World Paying Tribute to Nelson Mandela; Winter Storm; North Korea Releases an American Who'd Been Arrested; Global Brands Compete for World Cup Advertisement Placement
Nelson Mandela, former leader of South Africa has died. In Friday's program, CNN Student News looks back at the life, legacy and accomplishments of this Nobel Peace Prize winner. We also remember the 1941 attack on Pearl Harbor, and we report on a strike by many American fast food workers and the response by the restaurant industry.
Which former Soviet republic finds itself at a crossroads between Western Europe and Russia? How might a major American city's bankruptcy affect current and retired employees? Why do some animal activists want certain human rights extended to another species?
Vice President Biden is hoping to find a diplomatic solution to a dispute over airspace involving China and Japan.
What factors are investigators considering as they examine a train derailment in New York? How has the U.S. responded to North Korea's detainment of American citizens? Which nation is aiming to be the next to land a spacecraft on the moon? The answers are in Tuesday's program. Plus, we discuss an online company's plans for unmanned, aerial deliveries - and the challenges they pose.
From meteorology to diplomacy, and from religion to reasons to be thankful, CNN Student News sets the table for a feast of stories ahead of Thanksgiving.
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