Chinese city bans people from leaving because of new coronavirus--Cyborg technology could help end opioid addiction--Actor/director Ron Howard chats about politics and his new TV show

KNX In Depth
Wednesday, January 22nd
Wuhan--China's new forbidden city. The new coronavirus that apparently started there is leading the city to now shut its doors. People aren't being allowed to leave. The airport and train stations will be closed to outgoing passengers. This comes as the World Health Organization is deciding whether it should be declared a "public health emergency of international concern."

Opening arguments begin in the impeachment trial of President Trump. House managers are making their case to remove the president from office. Will Democrats get any victories with the rules now in effect? 

Voting on your smartphone in real political elections--smart or stupid? One county is experimenting with the idea. 

Cyborg technology could end the opioid epidemic across the country. Scientists at the University of West Virginia are testing whether rewiring a person's brain can stop addiction.

Actor/director Ron Howard talks to KNX In Depth about the new TV show he's behind and he's not afraid to dive into politics either, explaining why he harshly criticized President Trump recently in a tweet. 

 
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