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We start with unrest at two Ivy League universities over the Israel-Hamas war. It comes as the State Department released its annual human rights report – we have details. The US sends a message to China after deploying a powerful missile system to an Indo-Pacific ally. Former President Donald Trump and New York’s attorney general’s office have agreed to the terms of his bond in his civil fraud case. Lastly, President Joe Biden marked Earth Day with several new initiatives.
The prosecution called its first witness to testify in former President Donald Trump’s hush money trial today. Heightened tensions around pro-Palestinian protests at Columbia University are raising concerns about safety. The federal government announced a new rule to support reproductive healthcare privacy. The British parliament is expected to vote on a controversial bill that would allow the UK to deport asylum seekers to Rwanda. And, clothing retailer Express Inc. becomes the latest store to file for bankruptcy.
The prosecution and defense gave their opening statements in the hush money trial in New York against former President Donald Trump. The US is reportedly planning to sanction a unit of the Israeli military over alleged abuses in the West Bank. A new study has looked at weight loss plateaus and how to avoid them. North Korean illustrators may have helped create popular US TV cartoons. Plus, TikTok says it's ready to fight a ban in court.
Prosecutors and Donald Trump's lawyers will start making their case today in opening statements in the former President's hush money trial. Ukraine has thanked US lawmakers for approving an aid package. Tensions rise at Columbia University over campus protests. Israel's military intelligence chief has resigned over the October 7th attack. Plus, how President Joe Biden is marking Earth Day.
Opening statements are expected today in former President Donald Trump's hush money trial. The House has passed a $95 million foreign aid package, but now Speaker Mike Johnson is under threat. Columbia University is in a crisis over campus protests and antisemitism. The Supreme Court will hear arguments today over whether cities can punish people for being unhoused. Plus, we'll tell you what Cher, Mary J. Blige and Ozzy Osbourne all have in common.
Opening arguments are expected today in former President Donald Trump's hush money trial. The House has passed a $95 million foreign aid package, but now Speaker Mike Johnson is under threat. Columbia University is in a crisis over campus protests and antisemitism. The Supreme Court will hear arguments today over whether cities can punish people for being unhoused. Plus, we'll tell you what Cher, Mary J. Blige and Ozzy Osbourne all have in common.
Two top scientific bodies recently announced that coral reefs around the world are experiencing a mass bleaching event for just the fourth time. It comes amid surging ocean temperatures over the past year, which has been the warmest on record. In this episode, we examine how a number of extreme climate change-fueled events – including coral bleaching – are on display in Australia and whether they could provide lessons in climate resiliency for the rest of the world.  Guest: Ivan Watson, CNN Senior International Correspondent
Three college recruits reflect on the WNBA draft and the moment the sport is having right now. A family in Oklahoma granted their son’s wish to get a pet octopus, but they had no idea she would end up giving birth! A college dorm surprises their hall’s security guard with the gift of a lifetime. Why a recent gift comes just in time for the iconic cherry blossom trees in Washington, DC. Plus, would you ride to the edge of space in a helium balloon? For some more goodness on Saturdays, sign up for CNN's the Good Stuff newsletter.
Three college recruits reflect on the WBNA draft and the moment the sport is having right now. A family in Oklahoma granted their son’s wish to get a pet octopus, but they had no idea she would end up giving birth! A college dorm surprises their hall’s security guard with the gift of a lifetime. Why a recent gift comes just in time for the iconic cherry blossom trees in Washington, DC. Plus, would you ride to the edge of space in a helium balloon? For some more goodness on Saturdays, sign up for CNN's the Good Stuff newsletter.
A full jury panel has been selected in former President Donald Trump’s historic criminal hush money trial. The Senate is trying to pass a key surveillance bill before tonight’s deadline while the House is expected to vote on a foreign aid package tomorrow. The FAA announced new scheduling changes to help air traffic controllers combat fatigue. A Maryland high school student accused of planning a school shooting is being held without bond. Finally, tonight, Volkswagen could be the newest automaker to join the UAW in nearly 50 years.
A man apparently lit himself on fire outside the New York courthouse where former President Donald Trump’s hush money trial is underway. We have details on what the Israeli military appeared to have targeted in its strike on Iran. A foreign aid package clears a hurdle in Congress amid growing calls for the House speaker’s ouster. We’ll tell you about the man charged in connection with an alleged Russian plot to kill Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky. A top scientist raises concerns about the bird flu in the US. And, we’ll tell you why Tesla is recalling some of its Cybertrucks.
Secretary of State Antony Blinken says the US had no involvement on Israel's attack on Iran. Former President Donald Trump has slammed the hush money trial and his gag order on day four of the trial. The Biden administration has finalized a ban on oil drilling in Alaska. A Maryland high school student has been arrested over an alleged school shooting plot. Plus, House Republicans are once again trying to push through a bill that could lead to a nationwide TikTok ban.
The US is denying any involvement on an apparently limited Israeli attack on Iran. We'll tell you what to expect in the coming days of Donald Trump hush money trial. The Biden administration is expected to announce changes to an important civil rights law today. Former Vice President Mike Pence has a bleak warning for what Russia’s leader could do if he wins the war in Ukraine. And, last year’s record heat led to record hospital visits in parts of the US.
A US official says Israel has carried out a strike on Iran, which could escalate tensions in the region. 12 Jurors have been chosen for former President Donald Trump’s hush money trial. House Speaker Mike Johnson might need support from Democrats to pass a series of foreign aid bills and to keep his job. The largest election in history is underway in India. And, Swifties got a surprise when Taylor’s new album dropped.
Twelve jurors have been selected in former President Donald Trump’s hush money trial. More than 100 people have been arrested during a pro-Palestine protest at Columbia University. Mortgage rates have reached their highest level since November. A new report breaks down the health risks linked to some imported strawberries. Lastly, we’ll tell you where volcanic eruptions are triggering a tsunami threat.
We start with a deadly strike in southern Gaza that killed at least ten family members. President Joe Biden got endorsed from more than a dozen members of the extended Kennedy family. A man charged in the killings of four University of Idaho college students has a new alibi. We’re tracking a new severe storm threat in the central US. And, we’ll explain the actions that cost more than two dozen Google employees their jobs.
We'll tell you why a juror has already been excused from former President Donald Trump's hush money trial, as the selection process continues. The US is slapping Iran with sanctions after its attack on Israel. Both a foreign aid package and House Speaker Mike Johnson face a big test today in Congress. Some lawmakers in Arizona are still fighting to repeal a Civil War-era abortion ban. Plus, WNBA players want to be treated fairly, but it's not just about the money.
Prosecutors in former President Donald Trump’s hush money trial say they’ll use his past legal run-ins to discredit him if he takes the stand. Tensions between Qatar and the US are putting a strain on negotiations for a ceasefire and hostage return in Gaza. The FBI says it's on high alert for threats ahead of Passover. 911 communication services have been restored in some areas this morning after a brief outage hit four states last night. Plus, six people have been arrested for one of the largest gold heists in history.
House Speaker Mike Johnson is pushing ahead with a foreign aid package, even though it could put his speakership at risk. UNICEF says nearly 14,000 children have been killed in Gaza since the start of the Israel-Hamas war. It's day three of former President Donald Trump's hush money trial. Former Boeing employees have accused the company of taking shortcuts. Plus, the Supreme Court has made it easier to sue your company if they transfer you against your will.
The Senate killed articles of impeachment against Homeland Security Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas. Arizona lawmakers failed to advance a bill that would repeal the state’s abortion ban. Hawaii's attorney general released the first report from a probe into the deadly Maui wildfires that wreaked havoc last year. We’ll tell you about a recall impacting some Ford SUVs and pickups. Finally, an NBA player has been banned from the league – we’ll explain why.
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Adam Balogh

they should go to cardiff by the sea lots of new empty shelters free food !!!

Nov 19th
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Adam Balogh

acdc fans dont die !!!

Nov 18th
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Adam Balogh

fuck ALL politicians !!!

Oct 23rd
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Oct 9th
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Zaker Zakeri1

Do you have anything to say about the brutality of the police against French women and women in Tel Aviv? Or do you only know how to shake your tail for your masters and say bad things about Iran and spread lies and rumors? How despicable and miserable are the women who ask you to defend their rights. If you are very concerned about women's rights and human rights, it is better to start from America and control the statistics of sexual assault and rape of girls and sexual violence,  We can defend our country  ourselves and we don't need you liars and time servers. It's ridiculous, thousands of people are killed every year in America due to police brutality and you sympathize with Iran!! Only a simple and stupid person believes this

Apr 18th
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Melika Ghanbari

It is not true that iranian governors are reviewing rules about hijab , the only thing they want is to kill youths and children. That's their desire. I am 22 year old girl who is feeling it every second I go outdoors .

Dec 5th
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Jimbo Jett

Twitter's proposed subscription plan "would allow users to pay $8 a month to obtain a coveted blue check mark..." ALLOW? Coveted?

Nov 10th
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Roshanak Razavisoosan

why you dont say anything about the iranian women who are fighting for their basic rights and what is going on the streets in Iran?

Oct 3rd
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Armita

#mahsa_amini

Sep 25th
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Armita

#مهسا_امینی

Sep 25th
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Jr. Kruger

CNN 5 THINGS is usually very good, also BBC "market place morning report" is well done.

Jul 24th
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Derek Preece

So sick of trying but failing to find a single place that just does their job keeps their oaths/values...reporters/journalism is officially dead. all that matters is being fastest then getti g smethn fresh. Actually investigating or even validating claims isnt important just regurgitate w.e ur fed and go. its sad. worse tho is that every1 has an agenda and even though it goes against everything journalism stands for (as in being unbiased/reporting and following the truth regardless where it leads/never injecting urself or ur views into the story) theres zero shame about blatantly ramming an agenda down ur throat. letting either their personal beliefs or the companies views/goals/agenda/angle/ect not only slant their reports but to actively push it that direction. reporters routinely treat all stories as an editorial. purposefully lead even mislead readers to the reaction they deem correct. even leave out or overlook information that isnt convenient for them. I have to jump between mult

May 2nd
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Majid Adigozalpour

👏👏👏👌❤

Jan 12th
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Majid Adigozalpour

Thanks for your GREAT podcast ❤❤❤ I love it

Jan 10th
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Markus

Would you mind turning the background music down? It is distracting, especially for someone with impaired hearing.

Aug 15th
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Brenda Weinrich

Is this Jenna Bush reporting?

Aug 7th
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Azad Fatahi

No idea

May 1st
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Markus

The background music is annoying, especially for someone with impaired hearing.

Apr 26th
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Fatemeh Hoseini

can you please help me to find the transcripts??. I can not find them!

Jan 1st
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Fatemeh Hoseini

میشه کسی راهنمایی کنه چطور میشه متن هاش رو پیدا کرد؟ هر چقدر می گردم متن دقیق رو پیدا نمی کنم!

Jan 1st
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