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(CNN) – It's a new week and a new CNN Radio News Day. Here's what we have for you on today's show:
News Day takes you to the heart of the fighting as host Tommy Andres debriefs CNN's Frederik Pleitgen in Damascus. Pleitgen is just back from having spent time on the front lines with pro-Assad soldiers where he gained a unique and rare perspective.
Internet radio giant Pandora has bought an honest-to-goodness terrestrial radio station in North Dakota. What's behind the move? CNN's Jonathan Binder explains.
Rule factory cum Mayor of New York Michael Bloomberg wants to make mandatory a program that would force New Yorkers to recycle their food waste. We sent CNN's Steve Kastenbaum on a stinky journey to find out how all that rotting food is made useful again (you're welcome Steve).
By Steve Kastenbaum, CNN
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(CNN) – Do you start your day off by switching on the TV?
If you watch even just a few minutes of ABC’s Good Morning America, CBS’s This Morning or NBC’s The Today Show, you are among more than 13 million Americans who tune in, according to a 2012 study from the Pew Research Center on people’s viewing habits.