Tuesday, January 3, 2017


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Hello and welcome to CNN STUDENT NEWS.

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My name is Carl Azuz.

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It`s great to have you watching our commercial-free
show this Tuesday.

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In the U.S., the 2016 presidential campaign
season is on. It kicked off yesterday with

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an announcement from Senator Ted Cruz, a Republican

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candidate from Texas who said he was running
for president.

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The election won`t be until next November
8. But announcing they`re running helps candidates

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ramp up their fundraising, shape their messages

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and campaign strategies and reach out to voters.

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In the 2016 election, there`s no incumbent
president. President Obama has reached to

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two term limit set by the Twenty-Second Amendment
to "The

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Constitution." It was ratified in 1951.

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So what this means is that the field for 2016
is wide open for both Republicans and Democrats

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who want to move to the White House.

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The Thirteenth Amendment to the U.S. "Constitution"
abolished slavery in the U.S. in 1865. The

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United Nations Universal Declaration of Human

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Rights abolished slavery worldwide in 1948.

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And yet, there are more slaves on earth today
than at any point in human history.

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A few years ago, CNN launched The Freedom
Project. Its goals include showing the horrors

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of modern-day slavery, exposing the criminals
who trade

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in human lives, amplifying the voices of the
slaves themselves and highlighting the success

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stories of those working to abolish slavery.

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Between 20 million and 36 million -- that`s
the estimated number of people enslaved worldwide

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right now. Modern-day

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slavery can be found on every continent.

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Survivors

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The stories of the survivors are painful,
shocking and sometimes hard to hear.

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Ivory Coast

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On this farm, we find Abdul. He survived three
years of work. He`s just 10. He earns no wages

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for his work, he says.

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India

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Gerva Waiti (ph) is the mother of three. Her
eldest daughter should not be this skilled

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at brick making. She is only

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five years old.

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Mauritania

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I think about slavery. Yes, I think about
it. Also, a person like me will never forget

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about the torture he has suffered.

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The International Labor Organization says
human trafficking is a $150 billion a year

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industry

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unraveling the human criminal enterprises
involved is vital in putting a stop to it

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Solutions
Celebrities like Manny Pacquiao are speaking

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up to make a change.

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I believe that we can end human trafficking
in our lifetime. The challenge for us is to

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make this impact sustainable.

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Top chocolate maker Nestle vows to end child
labor on cocoa plantations.

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We will work with the world global foundation
and build schools. We will work with The International

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Cocoa Initiative.

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GoodWeave USA is trying to put an end to child
labor in rug factories by putting the GoodWeave

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seal of approval on

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handmade rugs.

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Not only does it mean that the product is
child labor-free and not only does it mean

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that the place where that rug was made

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was inspected, but it also means a percentage
of the purchase price is educating children.

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Through the Do Something Now Campaign, thousands
of Christian students come together each year,

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donating their own

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money. They`ve raised millions of dollars
for charities who fight human trafficking

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and care for survivors.

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It`s great to see that when someone is willing
to stand up, everyone is happy to follow.

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Shoutout

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Time for the Shoutout.

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Which of these is not true about electric
vehicles as compared with gasoline powered

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vehicles.

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You know what to do.

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Is it lower fuel costs, greater range, lower
emissions or higher sticker price.

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You`ve got three seconds.

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Go.

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All of these statements are generally true
about electric vehicles except option B. Their

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range is shorter than that

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of gas-powered cars.

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That`s your answer and that`s your Shoutout.

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There`s actually a term for when people fear
running out of power in an electric car. It`s

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called range anxiety. Most electric cars

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can travel between 70 and 100 miles before
needing to be charged. There are some models

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that get considerably more mileage, but they
cost

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considerably more money.

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Charging electric cars is cheaper than filling
up a gas tank, but because it takes a lot

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longer, some scientists are seeking solutions.

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Typically, an all-electric car can travel
about 90 miles before needing a recharge.

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But a newly unveiled tire

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concept from Goodyear aims to generate extra
energy from where the rubber meets the road.

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Tires That Could Charge Your Car

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You might call them energy tires. Goodyear
isn`t offering a lot of details about how

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it works, but here`s the idea.

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Sunlight and pavement friction would generate
heat inside the tire, which would be converted

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into electricity, which would help charge
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election cycle`s battery.

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It`s still just a concept, but if it`s successful
and carmakers show interest, the idea could

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help win over drivers who reject electric
vehicles

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because of so-called range anxiety.

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Roll Call

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Let`s see who`s watching today.

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Here are some of the schools that requested
a mention at cnnstudentnews.com.

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Farmington Junior High School is in The Beehive
State. That`s Utah. And The Huskies are hunkered

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down in Farmington.

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New Mexico is known as The Land of Enchantment.
And in the city of Roswell, we`re online at

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the Chaves County Juvenile Detention Center.

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And on the East Coast, in The Garden State,
hello to The Hawks. They`re soaring over Memorial

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Middle School. It`s in the township of

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Freehold.

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From a look at what could be the tires of
the future to a look at the technology of

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the past, boom boxes, Walkmans, Discmans,
tapes, some of your

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teachers can tell you about life with these
long before smart phones were invented.

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For a little fun on a Tuesday, we`re looking
at how technology that`s obsolete still has

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an influence on what people are buying now.

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Tech in Retrospect

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We are more connected than ever these days.
We listen to music, we check our e-mail, we

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take photos, we do just about

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everything on this device.

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We decided to take a little bit of a trip
down memory lane.

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First up, the boom box.

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I don`t even know how to do it anymore. What
was like very cool about the boom box is it

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was almost kind of like a statement and it
brought music

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to the street.

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Even today, you look at something like the
jam box, it`s almost like kind of a throwback

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to the boom box.

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Yes.

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So the boom box was this very like social,
everyone listening to music together type

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experience. But it we are heavy. And sometimes
you just

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want to be alone with your music. So that
kind of paved the way, also, for the Walkman.

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These are perfect. There we go.

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This completely changed the way we dealt with
music, right?

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The commercials show people like running around
jumping. And it seems kind of laughable now,

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but like this was the first kind of device
that

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enabled you to do that. This paved the way
for our smart phones where we`re just listening

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to music and streaming music online.

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Walking around, kind of bopping around. I
didn`t do that. I didn`t do that.

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Before there is Instagram, and you could just
take a photo on your phone and just see it,

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there was the instant photo. Boom. Instead
of

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going taking a picture and then having to
go develop it, it was kind of this instant

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gratification. You`ve got to do this. Wait.
It`s just this

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idea that you could be around the dinner table
with your friends and then you want to get

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a picture and you want it now, that`s what
Polaroid did,

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which is something that was very revolutionary
at the time. And it definitely paved ways

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for these companies like Instagram.

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How long does it take?

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We have our smart phones and we have Facebook
and Twitter and Instagram. But before a lot

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of these technologies, there`s technology
that

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inherently changed the way we interacted,
how we consumed music, how we took photos.

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So what we`re seeing now is a little bit of
kind of a reinvention of technology. There`s

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actually a case for the iPhone that enables
you to

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print photos. You have all sorts of different
types of Bluetooth speakers that are looking

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more and more like kind of an old school boom
box.

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These are the devices that came before and
these are the ones that kind of made you remember

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when things were a little bit more tangible.
And

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that`s going to be a market in the future.

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Before We Go

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Before we go, the dog knew something awesome
was about to happen. Sergeant Paul DePaolo

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had been serving in Afghanistan for seven

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months. His dog missed him. So when the door
opened, the animal went bananas.

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His name is Simba. And we ain`t lying. And
don`t think his master is neglecting his wife

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and son. They`d already brought him home.
They sent

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the sergeant through the front door so the
dog could welcome him in his own special way.

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The animal was Simbally thrilled, so happy
his master was bark home. Of course, he wanted

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to lap up all the attention. In seven months,
it was

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the greetest thing to happen.

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I`m your news hound, Carl Azuz.

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More stories and puns tomorrow.

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