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(CNN) – Welcome to CNN Radio News Day.
Here are some of the stories we cover in today's edition:
"They let him go all the way to thinking he was detonating a bomb. If that turns out to be true, the charges that one would face and the evidence against you – where you're about to push the button – is very different than the evidence that would be laid against you if you were calling to purchase the button. So I think it's key... that they say he was willing to go through with it until the end." FULL POST
By Tommy Andres, CNN
(CNN) – Next time you walk into an ancient art museum, think about this:
[1:12] “A surprising number of objects on display at local museums near you passed through this black market at some point.”
Jason Felch is the brains behind a new project called Wikiloot, and the black market he’s talking about is a complicated network of excavators, thieves, smugglers and middle men who have been supplying ancient art to museums and collectors around the world for decades.
By Jim Roope, CNN
(CNN) – “Are you better off now than you were four years ago?" That commonly-asked question of modern presidential elections is being answered in the negative by some African-Americans.
[:54] “The last four years for me, have been difficult. They’ve been hard.”
Angela Collins is a mother of six. She has a 12-year-old and a 16 year-old still at home, two more kids in college and two grown kids out on their own.
Collins is a hairdresser at a salon called, Hairitage, in the Los Angeles neighborhood of Inglewood.