today, we're looking at an executive order concerning the environment, a settlement concerning a U.S. city's water crisis, and a potentially protective type of gel are featured today.
Britain starts the process of leaving the EU, Australia assesses the damage from Cyclone Debbie, and we explain the debate over access to encryption technology.
A court decision upholds the impeachment of South Korea's leader, a birthday is marked for a "bull market," and a company aims to make an app into a translator.
With U.S. Marines reportedly on the ground in Syria, we're explaining why officials are focused on the city of Raqqa. As the U.S. prepares to "spring forward" to daylight-saving time, we're exploring the history of the time change. And in case you forget to set your clocks forward, we're bringing you a champion's tips for improving your memory.
Today, we're explaining global tensions, a type of echo chamber, and what it's like to be a freshman in Congress
In today's special edition of CNN Student News, we're showing you how one of the most remote places in the world became one of the hardest-hit by pollution.