January5, 2017

Therefore invited our extremely initial manufacturing of CNN 10! Our worldwide protection clarifies the most up to date break in between the U.S. and also Russia along with the factors for stress in between the U.S. and alsoIsrael After 10 secs of facts, we're portraying you what it's like to be a fresher in the brand-new Congress, and also after a record on the social media sites “filter bubble,” we're offering you a walking robotic that's really 10 out of10
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CARL AZUZ, CNN TEN ANCHOR: We are enjoyed bring you are our very first

manufacturing of CNN TEN, a brand-new 10 -minute program that clarifies worldwide information to
our worldwide target market. My name is Carl Azuz.
And we are beginning today by describing the most up to date break in the pressure
connections in between the U.S. and also Russia.
For months, the Obama management has actually implicated Russia of conflicting in
in 2015′ s U.S. governmental political election. More lately, it stated Russia did
this to assist inbound President Donald Trump obtain chosen.
So, over the vacations, the U.S. federal government approved, it punished some
Russian knowledge solutions, some police officers that benefit them and also 3
firms that aided supporting Russian knowledge. America likewise shut
2 Russian substances and also gotten rid of 35 Russian mediators from the U.S.
So, just how did Russia react? Its chairperson, Vladimir Putin, has repetitively
rejected conflicting in the American political election. He stated he would certainly not, quote,
“stoop to the degree of careless diplomacy” that he' d permit American
mediators to remain in Russia which he' d be functioning to reconstruct connections
with the U.S. after President- choose Trump is ushered in.
A great deal of various point of views on all this. The head of WikiLeaks, which
released 10s of countless hacked U.S. records, stated they did not originate from
the Russian federal government. Critics, consisting of President- choose Trump, have
stated there' s inadequate evidence the Russian federal government lagged the cyberpunks.
U.S. House Speaker Paul Ryan called the U.S. permissions on Russia past due
yet stated they were an ideal means to intend 8 years of unsuccessful plan
withRussia And Senators John McCain and also Lindsey Graham stated the
permissions wear' t penalize Russia sufficient.
There' s likewise problem in the partnership in between the U.S. and also Israel, an
American ally in the MiddleEast On December 23 rd, the United Nations
Security Council passed a resolution. It states that Israel is oversteping the
regulation by creating negotiations ashore it declared and also recorded as its very own
throughout a battle in1967
The U.S. normally vetoes resolutions such as this due to the fact that it views them as
extremely crucial ofIsrael But in this situation, the U.S. stayed away. It
didn' t political election. When 14 various other
participants of the council elected for it, That enabled the U.N. resolution to pass.
The resolution itself is greatly symbolic. It doesn' t punish
worldwide profession or teamwork withIsrael But it makes a declaration
that irritated Israel, which has implicates the Obama management of
covertly sustaining the resolution. The U.S. federal government refutes, yet all
this has actually strengthened the divide in between America and also Israel.
(BEGIN VIDEOTAPE )
SARA SIDNER, CNN CORRESPONDENT: As the typical guidelines, negotiations are Jewish- just
neighborhoods that get on Israel busy land that the Palestinians had
intended to make use of as a future state. And among the sticking factor below is
that the Palestinians seem like their land as been swiped as well as likewise that it
quits them from having a continual or adjoining location to call their very own
state.
The Israelis claim, “Look, a few of this land is traditionally ours. Some of
this land is politically ours.” And likewise, they' re utilizing a few of the land
for safety intents.
All in all, this is among the sticking factor at the same time and also among
things that Secretary Kerry has actually attempted to reverse. But currently, the handwear covers are
off. Because of this U.N. willpower consisting of when it come to, the Security Council
resolution 2334, you are seeing the response from Israel, particularly Prime
Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, that raged over the stated resolution and also
generally put Israel' s hand and also was of the sight that they are oversteping
worldwide regulation by placing those negotiations in position.
And after that we learnt through Secretary John Kerry that discussed the reality that
he thinks that this is an actual sticking factor, an actual trouble in attempting to
move forward in a tranquility procedure.
(END VIDEOTAPE )
(BEGIN VIDEO CLIP )
AZUZ( commentary ): Ten- 2nd facts. What component of the U.S. Constitution
states legislative terms begin on January 3rd? Article IV, the 14 th
Amendment or the 20 th Amendment?
It' s the 20 th Amendment that establishes January 3rd as Congress' begin day
unless the Congress alters the day by regulation.
(END VIDEO CLIP )
AZUZ: And it was the 115 th U.S. Congress that was vouched in onTuesday
Of the 100 -participant Senate, 52 are Republican, 48 are Democrats, that
making up 2 independents that elect with theDemocrats
Of the 435 ballot participants of the House of Representatives, 241 are
Republican, 194 are Democrat.
(BEGIN VIDEO CLIP )
REP. PAUL RYAN( R-WI ), SPEAKER OF THE HOUSE: Do you solemnly vouch that
you will sustain and also safeguard the Constitution of the United States versus
all enemies, residential and also international, that you will birth real belief and also
loyalty to the exact same, that you take this responsibility openly with no
psychological appointment or objective of evasion, which you will well and also
consistently release the responsibilities of the workplace in which you will
go into, so assist you God?
MEMBER OF THE U.S. HOUSE OF Representative: I do.
RYAN:Congratulations You are all currently participants of the 115 th Congress.
(APPLAUSE )
(END VIDEO CLIP )
AZUZ: That' s what' s like to be vouched in toCongress
Now for a consider what it' s like to be there for the very first time. There are
7 freshers legislators this term and also 55 freshers reps. Here
are 2 of them, in addition to their common wish to collaborate.
(BEGIN VIDEOTAPE )
REP. JACK BERGMAN( R ), MICHIGAN: I am Jack Bergman, and also I am the brand-new
fresher congressman from the initial area ofMichigan
REP. VAL BUTLER DEMINGS( D ), FLORIDA: I am Val Butler Demings,
standing for Florida' s 10 th legislative area, fromOrlando And I am
a brand-new participant of Congress.
SUBTITLE: One Republican, one Democrat, one objective.
There are 54 brand-new “freshers” participants of the House that began deal with
January 3rd.
The 2 are likewise co-class head of states. Val Demings is a retired cops
principal, and also Jack Bergman, a retired lieutenant general in the Marine Corps.
BERGMAN: People like us are resting below today in these brand-new freshers
congressmen duties, due to the fact that individuals that mandate stated they intend to see
something occur, various than what has actually been taking place below in
Washington, D.C. in the current past. I think that' s why people like Val
and also I obtained chosen.
DEMINGS: Many times, we just concentrate on our distinctions, and also not our
resemblances. And I think it was a significant minute for us to start there,
not resulting with our celebration. I didn' t experience what I underwent the
last 2 years and also did place my household with it to obtain below and also not do anything.
The just path we' re mosting likely to have the ability to obtain some points done is to function
with each other.
BERGMAN: Together, that' s just how the Founding Fathers pictured it which' s
just how it requires to be.
We' re just mosting likely to be a fresher as soon as, and also if we wear' t capitalize as a
freshers course, Dems and also Republican, to start to make our mark in this
115 th Congress, after that we have actually missed out on a chance.
(END VIDEOTAPE )
AZUZ: Strictly specified, a resemble chamber is an area where the wall surfaces mirror
voice, devoting it resembling audio repercussions. Figuratively specified, it' s when
a person borders himself with concepts like his doesn and also very own' t obtain various other
point of views on a details idea or problem.
This is what a great deal of individuals have actually established on their own on social media sites,
though some might not also understand it or have actually planned to develop their very own resemble
chamber.
(BEGIN VIDEOTAPE )
Reporter: It' s humanity. We border ourselves with individuals we concur
with, and also the Internet has really boosted it less complicated.
For lots of, Twitter is the location to have actually existing sights enhanced. Often
without understand it, a great deal of us picked to reside in a resemble chamber, a location
where it can look like everybody in the world is much like us.
And Facebook, well, Facebook takes it also additionally. Of training course, you have the ability to
conceal those articles from the team you' re on, yet Facebook really does a great deal
of that benefit you, behind the scenes. It understands what you such as and also what
you discuss, what brand names you adhere to, what advertisements got your interest,
occasions you' re participating in and also postings you check out. Facebook utilizes all that
information to feed its formulas. And those formulas choose what you take into consideration.
And if you understand where to appear, you can really discover what Facebook intends
you like, your rate of interest, your pastimes, and also also your political placements. The
result is what' s end up being called the filter bubble, where your timeline is
fitted with point of views you share.
Facebook really constructs money off understanding those points. They offer you and also
your filteringed system bubble to marketers. Those marketers will certainly pay even more to
obtain their items before individuals that are most likely to get them. And if
you' re seeing points you like, you' ll use up even more duration on Facebook, taking into consideration
much more advertisements and also making the business much more fund.
But does the bubble maintain us educated? It' s a difficult concern to
response, particularly while the modern technology is still altering so quickly. But one
point is for certain, that modern technology has the power to achieve us even more linked
or even more separated than ever before.
(END VIDEOTAPE )
AZUZ: Now for “1 0 out of 10 “. Our eleventh hour today mosts likely to a robotic
developed by a human that worked with flicks like “Transformers”. You can quite
a lot are of the sight that in the Method -2, a manned device created by a laboratory in South
Korea It' s taken greater than 2 years and also $200million to bringing the suggestion
to life.
It' s not ended up. The designer contrasts it to a newborn taking its initial
actions and also they' re huge ones. The Method -2 considers greater than 1 1/2 heaps.
So, there is the male in the device and also he' s reached like hefty steel. Some
believe it' s just a model to play Robocop, so you can maintain your
mechanical area for that. It' s specific there is a technique to the chaos
which is “1 0 out of 10” for CNN TEN, where the word play here are planned and also
automated.
I' m CarlAzuz Thank you a lot for seeing. We wish you' ll take TEN
once more tomorrow.
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