In today's special edition of CNN10, we're showing you how one of the most remote places in the world became one of the hardest-hit by pollution.
New wildfires spread quickly in California, two U.S. lawmakers announce resignations, and South Korea faces unique challenges as it gears up for the Olympics.
The U.S. recognizes Jerusalem as Israel's capital, we interview a WWII veteran on Pearl Harbor Remembrance Day, and we serve up a Great Big Story on ice cream.
The IOC bans the Russian Olympic Team, CVS moves to buy Aetna, and the Supreme Court hears arguments involving same-sex couples' rights and religious freedom.
Three stories involving the Trump Administration are featured today. They include debates over a U.S. embassy, a travel ban, and two national monuments in Utah.
Today's topics include a former U.S. government official's guilty plea, a bill in the U.S. Senate, reporters' impressions of a slave auction, and a supermoon.