CNN Student News - December 15, 2014

CNN Student News - 12/15/14
CNN Student News - 12/15/14


    CNN Student News - 12/15/14


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December 15, 2014

Despite Japan's struggling economy, its voters appear to have given their president a vote of confidence in Sunday's snap elections. Find out what that means in today's show, and explore U.S. politics as well with our report on a $1.1 trillion spending bill that's headed to President Obama's desk. We also shed some light on teenagers' needs when it comes to sleep.
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