CNN presents Plastic Island, an exclusive digital documentary exploring the damage plastic is doing to our oceans – and potentially to our health.
CNN got exclusive access to Midway Atoll in the north Pacific Ocean, where the plastic we throw away each day washes up on the beach, works its way into the ocean and potentially ends up in our food. This Pacific island is on the frontline of the world's fight against discarded plastic and its damage to the environment.
From the frontline, CNN’s Nick Paton Walsh, Ingrid Formanek, Jackson Loo and Mark Phillips take a closer look at the toll our disposable culture is taking on the wildlife there – and the health implications for the rest of the world.
This exclusive includes a mini-documentary, a personal essay from CNN correspondent Nick Paton Walsh, an animated video explaining microplastics and graphics illustrating the amount of plastic in the ocean and the life cycle of a toothbrush.
Watch the special report on plastic polluting the oceans, and what we can do to stop it at cnn.com/plasticisland
Get the latest, breaking news from each state in the country and the nation as a whole in CNN’s Election Center 2016, now live at CNN.com/election.
Real-time results and exit polls for Presidential, Senate, House, and Gubernatorial races, as well as ballot measures on the state, district and county level, are now available in the CNN Election Center and at CNN.com/Results.
Bookmark each of the swing state election result pages, including Arizona, Nevada, Florida, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Maine, North Carolina, Utah and more, and explore CNN’s interactive electoral map to determine the path each candidate needs to get to 270.
CNN’s Election Night in America coverage will be streamed live in its entirety to CNN.com’s homepage and across mobile devices via CNN's apps for iOS and Android, from 4 p.m. to 4 a.m. ET starting Election Day, November 8, 2016.
The unrestricted live stream will add to CNN Digital’s unique election experiences across every digital platform and property as reporters and analysts from the nation’s top team in politics outline the road to 270. Real-time results and exit polls for Presidential, Senate, House, and Gubernatorial races, as well as ballot measures on the state, district and county level, will be published to the CNN Election Center at CNN.com/Results.
Amazon Echo owners can now access the latest news, election coverage, and top stories from CNN’s on-air coverage minutes after broadcast.
CNN’s new “skill” (Amazon’s word for an Alexa voice app) improves listener experiences by delivering audio news straight from CNN’s world-class anchors and reporters around the globe. Content from the likes of Anderson Cooper, Wolf Blitzer, and John King are available as soon as 5 minutes after broadcast. The skill helps users quickly discover the latest stories CNN is covering and dive into any one of them for CNN’s full broadcast audio coverage. Users can request the latest news anytime or explore top stories CNN is covering.
For nearly two years, CNN reporters and producers have traveled the country, tracking the presidential candidates and speaking to the people who, on November 8, will send either Hillary Clinton or Donald Trump to the White House in 2017.
CNN narrows the focus and gives a glimpse at the lived reality of this raucous political season by examining the stories of our friends and neighbors, who were encouraged to tell theirs, to our reporters and on Instagram, using the #MyVote hashtag.
Explore this feature on CNN.com/Politics.
During the 1972 election, Timothy Crouse penned “The Boys on the Bus” – a book that introduced us to the gritty (mostly male) journalists on the campaign trail. Over four decades later, the daily grind of election may be the same, but the faces have certainly changed.
Hear from CNN’s top political team Dana Bash, Gloria Borger, Ashley Killough, Sara Murray, Maeve Reston, S.E. Cupp and more as they explore their experiences — both at work and home — covering the 2016 election.
Can a honest politician succeed in this election? Lying in politics is nothing new, and there's a science behind it.
CNNMoney uncovers how voters judge a candidate’s truthfulness – and if that even matters at the ballot box, taking a closer look at how politicians lie and how their speech patterns give them away in a new video series – The Science of Political Deception.
The five-part CNN Digital video series features scientists and deception experts discussing what happens in the brain as a lie is being created, what makes the voting public believe a candidate is trustworthy, and how this election fits into a vast history of Oval Office deception.
The full series is available at CNNMoney.com/lies.