Monday, January 9, 2017


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This is CNN 10, explaining global news to
our global audience. I`m Carl Azuz.

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The first story we`re covering this January
9th, the first official U.S. intelligence

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report concerning Russia and the 2016 U.S.
presidential

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election.

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It was ordered by President Barack Obama and
given on Friday. The intelligence said that

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Russian President Vladimir Putin ordered an

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influence campaign, which included cyber hacking,
that was aimed at the U.S. election and that

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included a, quote, "clear preference for President-

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elect Donald Trump over his rival Hillary
Clinton."

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After intelligence officials met with President-elect
Trump about the issue, his transition team

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said the hacking occurred before Trump was
the

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clear Republican Party nominee and that it
seemed intended more to harm Clinton than

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to help Trump. The Obama administration has
accused Russia of

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undermining the U.S. democratic process.

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Russia has consistently denied interfering,
and a Russian senator said the American process

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was, quote, "undermined by the Obama administration
and

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the media which supported Clinton against
Trump."

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U.S. intelligence officials said they did
not assess whether Russian activities actually

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affected the outcome of the American election.

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The FBI is investigating an attack at a Florida
airport on Friday. A 26- year-old man who`d

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served in the Puerto Rico and Alaska Army
National Guards has confessed to planning

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the shooting at Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood

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International Airport. Five people were killed
and six were wounded. The suspect, Esteban

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Santiago, now faces federal charges that could
lead to the

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death penalty.

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Santiago had served in the Iraq war from 2010
to 2011, and received a combat related honor.

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But his brother says he believes the shooting
was

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caused by mental issues that arose after Santiago`s
service. He`d received a mental evaluation

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but the conclusions weren`t enough to keep
him from

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owning a firearm.

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FBI officials say they`re not ruling out terrorism
as a possible motive.

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Ten-second trivia.

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The U.S. National Weather Service defines
a blizzard as having what wind speed? Fifteen

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to 30 miles per hour, more than 35, or zero
miles per hour?

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By the Services` definition, a blizzard has
heavy snow, very limited visibility and wind

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speeds of more than 35 miles per hour for
at least

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three hours.

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And it was blizzard conditions that hit part
of the U.S. Northeast over the weekend, bringing

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massive amounts of snow to Massachusetts,
and

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coating areas of Pennsylvania, New York and
Connecticut.

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The same winter storm system swept snow and
frigid temperatures all the way the East Coast,

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knocking out power to tens of thousands in
Georgia and

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North Carolina, covering roads and bridges
with ice, and leading to the cancellations

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of thousands of airline flights, stranding
travelers.

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Out West, heavy rain, plus forecast of mountain
snow factored into the fact that 77 million

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Americans were under some sort of winter weather
advisory

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in recent days. Parts of Oregon were expecting
sleet and freezing rain.

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We`re talking about freezing rain and sleet.
What`s the difference?

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It all comes down to the temperature at different
levels of the atmosphere.

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Take freezing rain, for example. You start
with the snowflake high in the atmosphere.

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It will enter a warm layer, temperatures above
freezing, that

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will cause the snowflake to melt and basically
turn in to a rain drop. That warm layer is

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so thick that temperatures don`t get below
freezing

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until just above the surface, not enough time
for that raindrop to freeze again. So, it

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freezes on everything it makes contact with,
roads, bridges,

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power lines, tree branches, everything.

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On the other hand, you have sleet. The only
difference is that warm layer isn`t so thick

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and the raindrop has enough to freeze again.
That`s why a

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lot of times, you can hear sleet. It sounds
like ice hitting the surface. Roads, cars,

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anything it touches.

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Some mixed messages coming in concerning the
U.S. economy.

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First, the December jobs report. It indicated
that the unemployment rate increased 1/10

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of 1 percent, from 4.6 percent to 4.7 percent.
U.S.

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employers added 156,000 jobs nationwide in
December. That was down from the 204,000 added

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in November, and the average monthly growth
in 2016. But

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there was an increase in wages, of 2.9 percent,
and that was the wage increase in seven years.

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Some bad news for American retail companies,
though. Women`s clothing brand the Limited

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announced Saturday it was closing all of its
stores

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nationwide. Its website will stay up, though.
These closings add to those of Sears and Kmart,

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who planned to shut down a combined 150 more
stores.

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And Macy`s is closing in many places, cutting
more than 10,000 jobs.

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Macy`s is closing 100 of 650 stores, 15 percent.
That is astonishing for this iconic retailer

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that used to be a mainstay in

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America`s malls.

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America`s malls are facing a lot of difficulties
because the anchor tenants like Macy`s are

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in trouble -- companies like JCPenney, Sears,
Nordstrom.

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These are companies that have all been faced
with the threat of Amazon. Amazon is eating

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everyone`s lunch. Internationally, you`re
seeing it as

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well with China`s Alibaba reporting strong
sales, too.

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What does this mean for people who work in
the industry? Unfortunately, these are not

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good times. More than 40,000 retail sector
jobs have already

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been lost near the gate. That number likely
to go higher as more tradition retailers shutter

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stores.

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The good news, if you want to call it that,
is that there are still some thriving retailers

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out there, companies like T.J.Maxx, Dollar
General.

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These are doing extremely well, as well as
fast fashion companies like Zara and H&M.

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The problem, though, what does it say about
this economy? Bargaining hunting is what everyone

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wants. People trying to save as much as they
can,

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and not spend more than they need to -- another
sign of America`s soft economy.

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As part of our fantastic changes with CNN
10, now, you can read along with Carl. On

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our home page, you can read the word transcript
right

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under the video box.

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My big head will play on the right side of
your screen, while you scroll through the

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words. It`s a great tool for learning English
or seeing

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exactly what the puns are.

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The 2017 Consumer Electronic Show, CES, has
just wrapped up in Las Vegas, Nevada. You

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hear a lot about technical advances on this
show. A new

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technology is what CES is all about. Its product
categories include everything from 3D printing

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and driverless cars, to augmented to reality,

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drones and electronic gaming to robotics and
wearable technology.

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In fact, the product you`re about to see kind
of combines those last two.

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This is the base screen (ph) we have to the
games and these are the games for physical

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therapy. It can virtually like do a lot

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of activities, which maybe challenging in
your real life if you are the stroke patients,

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or any type of patients with the brain injury.
So, like squeezing a lemon.

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Exactly.

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So, right now, these sensors are just reading
how much I`m clinching. So, I clinch and it`s

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seeing if I`m doing a good job, a bad

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job.

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But what are some of the advantages of using
a program like this at home to do physical

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therapy?

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The biggest advantages, the -- it`s more fun.
It`s more engaging. Lots of our home patients

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say they`re not even realizing

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they`re actually going through the rehab process.
So, that`s one factor.

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And the other factor is actually matters to
range emotion of viewers. So, instead of saying

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that, oh, you`ve been making improvement,"
now, it can be

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a lot more objective by saying, "Oh, I made
progress by three degrees, say, over past

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two weeks."

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BURKE: How much does it cost to use this device
and the service that comes with it?

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It costs $99.

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Ninety-nine dollars.

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A month, like to rent the device.

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Do you see this as a replacement for a physical
therapist?

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That`s really not. The machine can never replace
the physical therapist, but this is actually

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like the tool made for the

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physical therapist.

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Oh, finally! I`m way better at this in the
digital world than the -- oh, or not.

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Skydivers (ph) who typically aimed for "10
Out of 10", swimmers often compete for the

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best time. These Georgia Tech swimmers are
trying to

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look like they`re having a good time swimming
in the snow.

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Their meet at Virginia Tech was canceled over
the weekend for the snow. So, in this Twitter

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video, you can see them making the best of
their

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predicament, outside of their hotel, outside
in the cold, far outside of any heated pool.

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Certainly, a frosty reception for the visiting
team. But even if their pace seemed glacial,

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all their moves were crisp, all their times
were

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brisk, just watching them gave onlookers goose
bumps, and while it might have been a polarizing

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idea to begin with, they all came away looking
like

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winters.

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I`m Carl Azuz and that`s "10 Out of 10" for
CNN 10. We`ll see you tomorrow.

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