Jane Wang

Jane Wang

Jane began his journalism career as a photographer for the TGT in Missouri. She was born in Moscow and grew up in Heidelberg, Germany, and in St. Louis. She holds a degree in social studies from Harvard University, where she wrote a senior thesis on the Kremlin’s push for influence in cyberspace.

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For China’s Auto Market, Electric Isn’t the Future. It’s the Present.

More electric cars will be sold in the country this year than in the rest of the world combined, as its domestic market accelerates ahead of the global competition.


‘Act of Sabotage’ Hits Europe’s Energy and Stocks Markets

Natural gas prices soared in Europe and stocks fell, as officials investigate the causes of the Nordstream 1 and 2 gas pipeline explosions.


Apple iPhone 13 Review: The Most Incremental Upgrade Ever

The new iPhone is 10 percent faster than the last one, and the photos are slightly better. In a word: Huh.


Celsius Network Plots a Comeback After a Crypto Crash

The chief executive of the experimental crypto bank Celsius has told employees about an audacious plan to revive the firm, which filed for bankruptcy in July.


Whistle-Blower Says Twitter ‘Chose to Mislead’ on Security Flaws

At a Senate hearing, Peiter Zatko, Twitter’s former head of security, told lawmakers that the company lied about its data practices.


Uber Agrees to Pay N.J. $100 Million in Dispute Over Drivers’ Employment Status

New Jersey demanded back taxes from the ride-hailing company, claiming it misclassified drivers as independent contractors.


Twitter Reached $7 Million Settlement With Whistle-Blower

Lawyers for Elon Musk mentioned a $7 million payment to Peiter Zatko, Twitter’s former top security executive, in a court hearing this week.


Mercedes and Rivian Plan to Make Vans Together in Europe

The agreement is a rare example of cooperation between a traditional carmaker and an upstart.


When Teens Find Misinformation, These Teachers Are Ready

Media literacy efforts are intensifying, targeting students as they approach voting age. But some educators struggle “to push through that apathy.”


Apple Extends Reach With $800 Watch, as New iPhone Inches Along

The Apple Watch Ultra is aimed at endurance athletes, a market dominated by Garmin. Apple also introduced updated AirPods.


A judge allows Musk to include whistle-blower claims in his case against Twitter.

Elon Musk’s lawyers had asked for a delay to review the accusations by a former Twitter executive, which the judge denied, while allowing the information to form part of their case.


How China Has Added to Its Influence Over the iPhone

Media literacy efforts are intensifying, targeting students as they approach voting age. But some educators struggle “to push through that apathy.”


A ‘Virtual Rapper’ Was Fired. Questions About Art and Tech Remain.

Young people are increasingly at ease consuming culture via digital avatars or made with artificial intelligence. Should the same moral guidelines and laws apply to those works?


An A.I.-Generated Picture Won an Art Prize. Artists Aren’t Happy.

Young people are increasingly at ease consuming culture via digital avatars or made with artificial intelligence. Should the same moral guidelines and laws apply to those works?


Porsche Shares Jump in Blockbuster Market Debut

Volkswagen spun off the German carmaker on the Frankfurt Stock Exchange, where its stock began trading higher despite a broader decline in European markets.


Sleepy Corner of U.K.’s Pension Industry Forced the Bank of England’s Hand

Complex financial instruments that pension funds use to minimize the impact of interest rate changes led to the bond market rout.


Ethereum’s Founder on What Crypto Can — and Can’t — Do

Vitalik Buterin explains digital currency’s potential to transform our world.


Major Covid Holdouts in Asia Drop Border Restrictions

Hong Kong, Taiwan and Japan have relaxed their pandemic rules, as they look to bolster their economies and play catch-up with much of the world.


Guns Found at Airport Checkpoints Are On Track to Break Record

This year, Transportation Security Administration officers have already discovered more than 4,600 guns at airport security checkpoints, and about 87 percent of them were loaded.


‘We Tell The Whole Truth’: A Talk With the Head of Charleston’s New African American Museum

The International African American Museum, opening early next year, will tell a story of joy, trauma and resiliency. Dr. Tonya Matthews discusses her role and the museum’s challenges.


Eliud Kipchoge Smashes His Own Marathon World Record

Kipchoge ran the Berlin Marathon in a time of 2:01:09. Tigist Assefa shocked the women’s field by running her second marathon in 2:15:38, a course record.


Remembering a Deadline Single by the Sundown Kid

Every year as Rosh Hashana approaches, a longtime reporter thinks back to 1971 when he was running out of time and Ron Blomberg, the Yankees’ only Jewish player, came through.


Federer’s Goodbye a Reminder of the Events and Shots That Make His Legacy

Federer kept alive a one-handed backhand, tried rushing the net on returns and helped popularize the between-the-legs shot. And with the Laver Cup, he showed that tournaments can be different, too.


Judge Just Misses Record-Tying Homer as Yankees Clinch Playoff Spot

Aaron Judge’s deep drive to center in the ninth inning caused a brief stir, but it was Josh Donaldson’s walk-off single that sent the Yankees to the postseason.


Spain Women’s Soccer Stars Refuse to Play in Dispute Over Coach

Spain’s federation rejected the players’ demand to fire the coach, Jorge Vilda, and said the players must apologize as a condition of their return to the team.


Want to Watch the Yankees on Friday? There’s an App for That.

A game between the Yankees and the Boston Red Sox in which Aaron Judge could be gunning for his 62nd home run will be broadcast only on Apple TV+.


A Record the Mets Would Rather Not Have

Mets batters have been hit 106 times with 11 games still to play: “It’s like a broken record at this point.”


The Tennis Player’s Dilemma: Play It Safe, or Go For Broke?

Shot by shot, players have to decide whether to just blast away or use more finesse.


All There Is with Anderson Cooper

Anderson Cooper takes us on a deeply personal exploration of loss and grief. He starts recording while packing up the apartment of his late mother Gloria Vanderbilt. Going through her journals and keepsakes, as well as things left behind by his father and brother, Cooper begins a series of emotional and moving conversations about the […]


Downside Up

What if the parts of our lives we’ve accepted as normal were totally different? What if dogs had never been domesticated? Or humans had no sense of flavor…what would’ve happened to the spice trade? And how would that have shaped the future of the world? Join CNN’s Chris Cillizza as he speaks with journalists, experts […]


When Diana Met…

When Diana Met… takes listeners inside Princess Diana’s most notable meetings with public figures, politicians, dignitaries, and celebrities to reveal often-overlooked truths and misunderstandings about her life as Princess of Wales. Host Aminatou Sow examines those iconic and memorable connections and what they teach us about power, gender, and control.


Chasing Life

Did you know that some people can taste colors and others have a hard time recognizing faces? This season on Chasing Life, Dr. Sanjay Gupta takes listeners beyond the basics of sight, sound, smell, taste and touch to explore unique sensory experiences. Discover why psychedelics might change your worldview, how animals perceive differently than humans, […]


CNN 5 Things

We bring you 5 stories that will get you up to speed and on with your day. Updates at 6am, 9am, 12pm, 5pm and 10pm Eastern, every weekday.


US to impose ‘severe costs’ on Russia

US to impose “swift and severe costs” on Russia after Putin formally begins process of annexing four regions of Ukraine. Listen for more details.


Biden Admin Sued for Student Debt Relief Plan

The Biden administration is being sued for its plan to forgive a certain amount of federal student loan debt for those who qualify. CNN Political Director David Chalian explains how the Biden administration is prepping for the relief process, and the political implications behind it.


Senate Moves on Electoral Count Act Reform

A possible government shutdown is hanging over Congress once again. CNN Political Director David Chalian explains how a proposal from Senator Joe Manchin almost held up the bill.


New Revelations Ahead of Jan 6. Hearing

The January 6th House Select Committee returns this week with another public hearing, but it will likely be the last one. CNN’s Chris Cillizza explains some recent developments ahead of the hearing, including revealing text messages and a mysterious phone call. Plus, Committee Vice Chair Liz Cheney made some direct comments about the former president […]