Why the U.S. is on a global conflict watchlist ahead of 2024 election : Here & Now Anytime Armed Conflict Location And Event Data Project President Clionadh Raleigh talks about the heightened violence the group expects worldwide as U.S. elections get underway. And, Rep. Raja Krishnamoorthi discusses the bill the House passed that would force TikTok to divest from its Chinese parent company or face a ban in the U.S. Then, Cole Brauer shares her experience of becoming the first American woman to complete the Global Solo Challenge, sailing solo nonstop around the world.

Why the U.S. is on a global conflict watchlist ahead of 2024 election

Why the U.S. is on a global conflict watchlist ahead of 2024 election

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Armed Conflict Location And Event Data Project President Clionadh Raleigh talks about the heightened violence the group expects worldwide as U.S. elections get underway.

And, Rep. Raja Krishnamoorthi discusses the bill the House passed that would force TikTok to divest from its Chinese parent company or face a ban in the U.S.

Then, Cole Brauer shares her experience of becoming the first American woman to complete the Global Solo Challenge, sailing solo nonstop around the world.

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