Bomb Cyclone Blows Across the Rocky Mountains; Some U.S. Fast Food Companies See Big Profits in China; New Footage of a Historic Moon Mission
A major winter storm blows across the Rocky Mountains, some U.S. fast food companies see big profits in China, and we see new footage of a historic moon mission.
Investigation Into Problems With Boeing 737 Max 8 After Two Airline Crashes; Chinese Telecom Company Huawei Hardware Warning; U.S. College Cheating Scam; Ford Mustang Made Out of Snow in Nebraska
Today's show explains a U.S. college cheating scam, a warning against a Chinese telecom company's hardware, and investigations into a certain type of aircraft.
President Trump Releases Budget Proposal; Blackouts Cripple Venezuela; A Tour of a Potential "Space Hotel"; Electric Dune Buggy Concept
President Trump releases his budget proposal, we report on the blackouts that have crippled Venezuela, and we take a tour of a potential "space hotel."
Democratic Republic of Congo Deals With Second Largest Ebola Outbreak Ever; Wall Street Continues to Be A Bull Market; Where Daylight Saving Time Came From and Why
Violence and distrust threaten Ebola containment efforts in the DRC, the U.S. bull market marks a milestone, and we explain the history of daylight-saving time.
Possible Activity at a North Korean Weapons Site; An Image of Two Jets Breaking the Sound Barrier: CNN Hero: Zach Wigal
Possible activity at a North Korean weapons site, an image of two jets breaking the sound barrier, and a CNN Hero are our main subjects this Friday on CNN 10.
ISIS loses its grip on the last Syrian village it occupies, families mark 5 years since the disappearance of a passenger plane, and GM closes a plant in Ohio.
Categories of Tornadoes; Video of Avalanche from Car; Space X Crew Dragon Capsule Docks with ISS; Corrosion Being Fixed on the Golden Gate Bridge
The categories of tornadoes, a view of a recent avalanche, a successful docking in space, and the maintenance of a famous bridge are all featured this Wednesday.
Major Tornadoes Strike Alabama and Georgia; Meteorologists Track Tornadoes with 2D Radar; Nominations for CNN Hero of the Year; 50th Anniversary of the First Test Flight of the Concorde
Tornadoes strike Alabama and Georgia, and we explain how meteorologists track twisters on 2D radar. Also featured is a look back on the historic Concorde plane.
Tensions in Venezuela About Juan Guaido Returning; Gangs Are Collecting Money from Venezuelans Re-Entering From Colombia; Trash Pile in South Korea Has Been On Fire for Three Months; Steepest Dive Rollercoaster to Open in Canada Theme Park
<a href="https://www.cnn.com/2019/03/03/americas/venezuela-guaido-returns-npw-analysis-intl/index.html" target="_blank">Political tension and increasing desperation</a> make headlines from northern South America, and fires at a towering trash heap concern residents in eastern Asia.
Tensions Between India and Pakistan Flare Up; Brave Climber Alex Honnold Climes El Capitan in Yosemite National Park Without Ropes
The rivalry between India and Pakistan flares up over a disputed territory, and a brave climber takes on a difficult landmark without any strings attached.
The House Votes To Overturn President Trump's National Emergency Declaration; President Trump and North Korean Leader Kim Jong Un Meet in Vietnam for Second Summit; Farmer from China Creates Life Sized Model of Airbus A320
Featured today: a vote concerning a U.S. presidential declaration, an analysis of a summit between two rival leaders, and a trip to a jet engine proving ground.
U.S. President Donald Trump on His Way To Hanoi, Vietnam to meet Vietnam President Trong Before the Second Summit with North Korean Leader Kim Jong-Un; Brexit is Coming on March 29th but It Could Effect the Fishing Industry in Britain
Returning to our daily current events coverage, CNN 10 is explaining events taking place in Vietnam, Indonesia, and off the coast of Britain.
This is the fourth and final segment of our in-depth series on Facebook. You'll hear from Facebook employees on how management has responded to "viral" problems.
On part three of our four-part special report on Facebook, we're examining the advent of "fake news" on the platform and how it hurt the company's reputation.
Part two of our four-part special report on Facebook gets into an early component of the application that redefined it -- and caused a heated controversy.
CNN 10 kicks off a four-part special report today on the massive social media company Facebook. We begin with a look at the "mission" of the man who founded it.
Protests and Corruption Threaten Political Stability in Haiti; Standoff Between Venezuelan Government and the Delivery of Humanitarian Aid; How the President's Day Holiday Got Its Start; Treetop Visit to the Jungle of Laos
Today's show explains events taking place in Haiti, Venezuela and Laos, and it examines some of the nuanced history of America's Presidents Day holiday.
Bipartisan Budget Compromise; Potential Executive Action By President Trump; Upcoming Election in Nigeria; Amazon Scrapping Headquarters Plan for New York City; End of the Opportunity's Mars Mission; "The Mona Lisa of Baseball Cards"
U.S. government officials discuss a budget and a border, Nigerian voters head to the polls, Amazon scraps a plan for NYC, and a Mars mission comes to an end.
Preview of North Korea and United States Summit; "Kona Low" and Its Effects; History of Valentine's Cards; Black Panther Caught on Camera in Kenya
This Valentine's Day, we preview an international summit; we define the term "Kona low" and explain its effects; and we explore the history of Valentine's cards.
United Kingdom Makes Trade Deal with Switzerland and Looking for More Trade Agreements; Significance of the Northern Ireland "Backstop"; Slowing Economy of China; The Ability of Bees to Learn Math; Project Debater
A battle begins to push ISIS out of its last occupied village, a Florida city bans certain sunscreens, and vaping is blamed for a "nicotine arms race."
Iranian Revolution Marks It's 40th Anniversary; Blockade Keeps Aid From Entering Venezuela; Illegal Gold Mining Cuts South American Rainforest; Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show in New York City
The Iranian Revolution marks its 40th anniversary, a blockade keeps aid from entering Venezuela, and illegal gold mining cuts into a South American rainforest.
Ripple Effects Spread from a Deadly Mine Collapse in Brazil, Former China's One-Child Policy Threatens an Economic Toll, Making Music with Treasured Violins
Ripple effects spread from a deadly mine collapse in Brazil, a former Chinese policy threatens an economic toll, and technology aims to preserve Italian history.
Civil War in Yemen and Decades Alliance Between the United States and Saudi Arabia; Effects of Accelerating Movement of the Magnetic North Pole; New BolaWrap Introduced by Law Enforcement
Today's topics include a decades-old international alliance, the accelerating movement of the magnetic north pole, and the mysterious mud of a Pacific island.
Dam in Australia Opened Amid Historic Rains City of Townsville Downstream Flooded; Pentagon Sends 3,750 more U.S. Troops to the Mexican Border Ahead of State of The Union Address; What Televisions Of the Future Will Look Like
Historic flooding in northeast Australia, the deployment of additional troops to America's southern border, and the screens of the future are today's topics.
International Withdrawal From INF Treaty; Jobs Report Being Watched Closely; Season Prediction from A Groundhog
Today's subjects include an international withdrawal from the INF Treaty, a closely watched jobs report, and a seasonal prediction from a woodchuck.
Extreme Temperatures Affect Two Distant Nations; We Explain the Term Polar Vortex; Thailand Grapples With Air Pollution; How Much Is Spent During the Super Bowl
Extreme temperatures affect two distant nations, we explain the term polar vortex, Thailand grapples with air pollution, and we tally up Super Bowl spending.
Record Low Temperatures Grip the United States; European Scientists Set Sights on Mining the Moon; U.S. Officials Guard Against Manipulated Audio and Video; Robot Named Stan Helping to Park Cars In Gatwick Airport in London
Record low temperatures grip the U.S., European scientists set their sights on mining the moon, and U.S. officials guard against manipulated audio and video.