1. The 10 most bizarre golf courses in the world

    By Jack Bantock, CNN You’d be hard-pushed to call golf an extreme sport. It is a low-risk game played at a leisurely pace in mostly scenic, but ultimately ordinary, locales. Emphasis on most, because in various pockets around the world – and in one instance, outside it – golf is ta
  2. Today’s news in 10 minutes

    March 1, 2024 Note for Teachers: In yesterday’s episode, one of our segments incorrectly said Leap Years only occur in centuries that are evenly divided by 400. However, Leap Years occur in all years divisible by four, except for century years, which must be divisible by 400 to be
  3. X-59: NASA’s ‘quiet’ supersonic plane revealed

    By Jacopo Prisco, CNN If you’ve heard a sonic boom recently, you probably remember it. The loud, explosion-like bang – caused by a plane flying faster than the speed of sound – can be startling, and even crack windows. Sonic booms are part of the reason why there are no supersonic
  4. Martin Scorsese’s ‘Killers of the Flower Moon’ wants to be epic but just feels long

    By Review by Brian Lowry, CNN There’s a difference between “long” and “epic,” although in movie terms the two frequently get confused. Martin Scorsese delivers the former but not the latter with “Killers of the Flower Moon,” his second consecutive three-and-a-half-hour movie deriv
  5. First on CNN: US is receiving dozens of UFO reports a month, senior Pentagon official tells CNN

    By Oren Liebermann, CNN The US government is receiving dozens of reports of unidentified anomalous phenomena, more commonly known as UFOs , each month, according to the director of the office established to investigate the incidents, with the potential for “hundreds, if not thousan