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  • The Geminid meteor shower is upon us and might be one of the best ever
    The Geminids are expected to be the best meteor shower this year.
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  • Tsunami of 2004 Fast Facts
    Read CNN's Tsunami of 2004 Fast Facts and learn more about the 2004 Indian Ocean tsunami that followed the world's third-largest earthquake on record.
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  • FIFA Fast Facts
    Read Fast Facts from CNN about FIFA and learn more information about the organization that presents the World Cup soccer tournament.
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    Lebanese Foreign Minister Gebran Bassil tells CNN the US decision to recognize Jerusalem as Israel's capital will cause more conflict in the region, and that the solution is to accept a Palestinian state and an Israeli state "that has the right to ex…
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  • Merriam-Webster's word of the year for 2017 is 'feminism'
    Merriam-Webster said 'feminism' was the most-looked-up word in its online dictionary, with the term generating 70% more searches than last year.
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  • 10 steps toward a better future
    The heroes will receive a $10,000 cash prize. One of the 10 will be named "CNN Hero of the Year," and receive an additional $100,000 for his or her cause.
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    Putin wants to stay in power "and he wants to not die at the hands of an angry mob the way his friend Moammar Gadhafi did," says The Atlantic's Julia Ioffe.
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    A United Nations diplomat is warning about the need to decrease tensions with North Korea due to concerns that Kim Jong Un could develop biological weapons. CNN's Brian Todd reports.
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    As the Rieldans competition heats up, the tradition steps its way back into the hearts of the new generation
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HLN, formerly known as CNN Headline News and CNN2 is a cable television news channel based in the United States. The format, known as the Headline News Wheel, featured "Dollars and Sense" personal finance reports at 15 and 45 minutes past each hour, Headline Sports at 20 and 50 minutes, lifestyle reports at 25 and 55 minutes past each hour, and general news during the top (:00) and bottom (:30) of the hour.

Another regular feature was the "Hollywood Minute" which was often fitted in after the Headline Sports segment. In the network's early years, a two-minute recap of the hour's top stories, the CNN Headlines, would run after the sports segment. Its longest-serving anchor is Chuck Roberts, who has been there since its launch.

CNN Headline News presents a small variety of programming, providing rolling news coverage from the early morning to early primetime, followed by subject-oriented programming during primetime hours.

"Headlines", as it is known to employees, has always been somewhat of a stepchild at CNN: the unvarying rigidity of the news cycle was contrasted with the unpredictable, live nature of the parent network.
At other times of the day, Headline News still features 30-minute news programs. Every half-hour viewers get the latest updates on top stories (headline news).
The original Headline News format, which lasted until 2001, allowed the viewer to tune in at any time of the day and, in just 30 minutes, receive the most popular national and international stories, and feature reports.

In the early 2000s, CNN Headline News became famous for its distinct "screen," in which the news anchor (or news footage) appears in a sort of visual "window" surrounded by constantly changing text, such as breaking news, sports scores, stock market reports, and weather updates. This new screen layout premiered on Headline News on August 6, 2001.




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