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August 14, 2020
• Palestinians Not Pleased by the Peace Pact; Coronavirus Spikes in Europe; France Imposed Fines on Mask Disobedience; Mexico and Argentina Joined Hand to Combat Coronavirus; COVID-19 a Hot Issue for Presidential Candidates; U.S. Says No to Russia's Offer; Trump And Advisers Vague On Timeframe Of Suspensions; UAE Official Said That Deal With Israel Is Win For Diplomacy; Hong Kong Media Mogul Talks About His Arrest; Mauritius Demanding Compensation For Oil Spill; Detainees Walk Free In Belarus As Protest Continues; Trump Ramps Up Attacks On Democratic Rivals, Mail-In Voting; UFC Legend Prepares For Final Fight. Aired 3-4a ET
• U.S. Averages 1,000 Daily Deaths Over the Past Week; Johns Hopkins: U.S. Test Positivity Rate Higher Than 7 percent; Many European Countries See Sharp Rise in COVID-19; New Zealand Reports 12 New Cases as Testing Ramps Up; Israel, UAE Establish 'Full Normalization of Relations'; Joe Biden, Kamala Harris Call for U.S. Mask Mandate; Trump Admits Opposing Postal Service Funding to Block Mail-in Voting; Thousands Arrested as Protestors Claim Belarusian Election Rigged; Hong Kong Media Mogul Speaks Out About Arrest; U.S. Government Releases New Guidelines on Hand Sanitizers. Aired 12-1a ET
• COVID-19 Takes Center Stage in U.S. Elections Fight; Biden Says Every Single American Should Wear a Mask; U.S. President Attacks Biden's Pandemic Plan; CDC Director: The U.S. was Underprepared for the Crisis; Positivity Rates, Death Counts Rising Across U.S.; Trump Advisor Claims Young People are Not at Risk; Russia Says U.S. Not Currently Open to Vaccine Help; U.S. Military Cases Spike in South Korea; Israel and UAE to Establish Full Normalization of Relations; Palestinian Leasers Calling Deal a Stab in the Back. Aired 4-4:30a ET
• CDC's Forecast Projects 189,000 U.S. Deaths by September 5; USPS Removing Hundreds of Mail-Sorting Machines, Sparking Concerns; COVID-19 Positivity Rate in Texas Drops to 16 Percent. Aired 10-10:30a ET
• Donald Trump Admits He Opposes New Funding For U.S. Postal Service In Order To Block Mail-In Voting; Belarus Election Protesters Refuse To Back Down Despite Violence; NGO Feeding Thousands Of Injured And Displaced; The Multicultural Background Of Kamala Harris; Israel and UAE Establish Full Normalization of Relations; Many European Countries See Sharp Rise in COVID-19; New Zealand Reports 12 New Cases as Testing Ramps Up; Media Mogul Jimmy Lai Speaks About Arrest. Aired 2-3a ET
• U.S. Brokers Israeli-Emirates Deal; Biden-Harris V. Coronavirus: Day One; Europe To Reimpose Travel Restrictions And Testing; Kamala Harris's Story Reawakens The American Dream; WHO Sets Five Percent Target, U.S. Tops Five Million; Trump Attacks Biden's Approach to the Virus; Positivity Rates, Death Counts Rising Across U.S.; U.S. Military Cases Spike in South Korea; Hong Kong Media Mogul Jimmy Lai Speaks about His Arrest; Earth Sees Impact of Extreme Climate Change; Daniel Cormier Prepares for His Final Fight. Aired 1- 2a ET
• Joe Biden and Kamala Harris Call for U.S. Mask Mandate; Trump Fuels Fake Birther Theory About Kamala Harris; The Multicultural Background of Kamala Harris; Trump, First Lady Request Mail-In Ballots in Florida; Bipartisan Concerns Raised About Post Office Changes; Democrats Want Probe Into New USPS Postmaster; Many European Nations Report Sharp Rises in COVID-19 Cases; New Zealand Reports 12 New Cases as Testing Ramps Up; Weekly First-Time U.S. Jobless Claims Fall Below One Million. Aired 4:30-5a ET
• U.S. Averages 1,000+ Deaths Per Day for 18th Consecutive Day; Trump Admits He's Blocking Postal Funding to Stop Mail-In Votes; Obama Says, Trump more Concerned About Suppressing Vote than Virus. Aired 1- 1:30p ET
• Interview with Arizona Teacher Matt Chicci; Government Accountability Office Finds HHS Officials Appointed Unlawfully; Interview with Milwaukee Commissioner of Health Jeanette Kowalik. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• Ex-FBI Lawyer Pleads Guilty to Lying; Sports and Coronavirus; Who Will Get Vaccine First?. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• Trump Admits He's Blocking Postal Service Funding to Stop Mail- In Votes; Biden, Harris Call for Nationwide Mask Mandate; Biden and Harris to Hold Even Together for 3rd Straight Day; U.S. Declines Russia's Offer to Help "Operation Warp Speed"; U.S. Retail Sales Up, But Signs of Possible Slowdown Ahead. Aired 9:30-10a ET
• California Surpasses 600,000 COVID-19 Cases, Nearly 11,000 Deaths; Florida School District Forced to Reopen for In-Person Classes?; White House Coronavirus Task Force Warns Georgia of Widespread and Expanding COVID-19 Spread; Trump Admits Blocking Postal Service Funding to Stop Mail-in Votes; U.S. Scientists Creating a Coronavirus Strain to Be Used in Human Trials As a Possible "Plan D"; CDC's Forecast Projects 189,000 U.S. Deaths By September 5th. Aired 9- 9:30a ET
• Fauci: "I'm Not Pleased with How Things Are Going"; Report: White House Warns Georgia of "Widespread and Expanding" COVID-19 Spread; Dr. Ashish Jha Discusses Task Force Warning to Georgia & Giroir's Comments on Virus Testing Frequency; California Becomes 1st State to Surpass 600,000 Cases; Florida County Forced to Drop Virtual School Reopening Plan or Lose Millions in Funding from State; Trump Admits He's Blocking USPS Funding to Stop Main-In Votes; Judge Orders Trump Campaign to Provide Evidence of Mail-In Voter Fraud in Pennsylvania by Today; Obama Weighs in on Mail-In Voting, USPS as Collateral Damage. Aired 11-11:30a ET
• Report: WH Warns Of "Widespread And Expanding" COVID-19 Spread; Pres. Trump Promotes Birther Lie About Sen. Kamala Harris; New Poll: Biden Leads Among Suburban Women & Registered Voters. Aired 12:30-1p ET
• Trump Floats Kamala Harris Birther Conspiracy Theory; Coronavirus Testing Czar Brett Giroir Denies U.S. Needs More Tests; Interview with State Rep. William Boddie (D-GA). Aired 2-2:30p ET
• Trump Admits He's Blocking USPS Funding to Stop Main-In Votes; U.S. Scientists Creating a COVID Strain to be Used in Human Trials as a Possible "Plan D" in Vaccine Research; Dr. Evan Anderson Discusses Vaccine Development & NIH Director Saying Don't Expect an "October Surprise" COVID Vaccine & Russia's COVID Vaccine; Biden Calls for National Mask Mandate in New Ad. Aired 11:30a-12p ET
• Report: White House Task Force Recommended Georgia Implement Statewide Mask Mandate; Admiral Brett Giroir: Some Playing "Statistical Shell Game: With COVID Data; Dr. Anthony Fauci: You Can't Ignore The Virus And Reopen The Country; Kevin Clinesmith Admits To Falsify Documents Used In FISA Warrant; Former FBI Lawyer Pleads Guilty As Part Of Durham Probe. Aired 12-12:30p ET
• CNN Special Report Examines the Electoral College; Trump to See Younger Brother Hospitalized in New York; Update on Coronavirus Responses Across the Country; Trump Speaks as U.S. Averages 1,000+ Deaths Per Day for 18th Straight Day; Trump Praises QAnon Supporter Who Won GOP Primary. Aired 1:30-2p ET


August 13, 2020
• Joe Biden and Kamala Harris Appear for First Time as Running Mates; Parts of Europe are Grappling with Uptick in Coronavirus Cases; Brazil Reports 55,000 New Cases and Almost 1,200 Deaths; New Zealand Reports 14 New Coronavirus Cases as Officials Warn of More Infections to Come; Beirut Explosion: Parliament to Meet for First Time Since Explosion; Taiwan Worried it Will be the Next Hong Kong; Biden and Harris Appear First Time as Running Mates; How Kamala Harris' Shaped her Political Views; Coronavirus in the United States Moving Average of New Cases; Seasons Postponed for Some College Football; Florida Sheriff Bans Masks for Staff and Visitors; CDC Director on Prevention Says We All Got To Do It; New Outbreaks Jeopardize School Reopening; European Countries Come to Opposition's Defense; Bringing Smiles to Coronavirus Patients. Aired 3-4a ET
• Biden & Harris Appear for First Time as Running Mates; Republicans on the Attack Against Kamala Harris; Some European Nations Grapple With Covid-19 Resurgence; Crews Scramble to Clean Up Lagoon After Oil Spill; How Harris's Indian Roots Shaped Her Political Views; China Opposes Any Official U.S.-Taiwan Ties; Bolivia Faces Political Unrest Amid Worsening Outbreak; Disconnect Between U.S. Economy and Wall Street; NBA Player Opens Up About New Season & Social Justice. Aired 12-1a ET
• Team Biden-Harris in Virtual Debut; Virus Regains Ground In Europe; CDC: Coronavirus Will Dominant This Fall; India, Brazil And U.S. Top The World's COVID List; Disconnect Between U.S. Economy and Wall Street; Political Crisis in Belarus; Protecting India's Lakes and Ponds; Trump Praises Conspiracy Theorist Who Won Georgia Primary. Aired 1-2a ET
• Biden and Harris Appear for First Time as Running Mates; Trump: Harris was Angry after Dropping Out of Race; How Kamala Harris' Indian Roots Shaped Her Political Views; 17 Straight Days Averaging 1,000+ Deaths in U.S.; College Football Conferences Split on Whether to Play; CDC Director on Prevention: We All Got to Do It; Some European Nations Struggling with Surging Cases. Aired 4-4:30a ET
• CDC Director Says, Virus is Greatest Public Health Crisis to Hit U.S. in 100 Years; Biden and Harris Vow to Lead U.S. out of Pandemic. Aired 10-10:30a ET
• Parts of Europe Grappling with Uptick in Coronavirus Cases; Spain has Overtaken U.K. For Highest Number of Cases in Europe; Brazil reports 55,000 New Cases and Almost 1,200 Deaths; New Zealand Reports 14 New Cases, Warns of More; Lebanon Parliament to Meet for First Time since Explosion; Anti-Vaxxers Campaigning against Potential Vaccine; Brothers Start "Projects Smile" to Raise Patients' Spirits. Aired 4:30-5a ET
• Biden Campaign Raises $26 Million; Polls for the Presidential Election; Anti-Vaxxers Spreading Conspiracy Theories; Sen. Bill Cassidy (R-LA) is Interviewed about the Pandemic, Stimulus, Mail-in Voting. Aired 9:30-10a
• Teachers Sound Alarm Over School Reopenings; Biden/Harris Call For Nationwide Mask Mandate. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• Stage is Set for Trump-Pence Vs Biden-Harris; Some European Nations Grapple With Covid-19 Resurgence; Investigation Launched After Three Killed, Six Injured; Thousands Detained Since Contested Election. Aired 2-3a ET
• Interview with Traveling Preschool Teacher Marea Hodge; Mexico and Argentina Agree to Produce U.S. Vaccine; Marjorie Taylor Greene Wins Georgia Congressional Primary. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• Battle Rages Over In-Person Classes Amid Outbreaks at Schools; College Sports Conferences Split on Pushing Fall Sports Amid COVID-19 Outbreak; New Jobless Claims Below 1 Million for First Time Since March; Trump Vows to End Payroll Tax; Trump Administration Proposes Changes to Showerheads. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• Trump Admits Blocking Money for USPS Will Hurt Mail-In Voting; Cowboy's Owner Jerry Jones Will Welcome Fans at Home Games; "Represented" Highlights 100 Years of Woman's Suffrage; Some Swing State Voters Slam Trump for Suspended Football Season. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• CDC Director Warns Fall Could Be "Worst" We've Seen; CDC Director: "We Were Underprepared" for Crisis; Dallas County Judge, Clay Jenkins, Discusses Rising Positivity Rate in Texas, Dallas Cowboys Owner Confident They'll Play Before Fans; Trump Press Briefing: Israel & UAE Agree to Historic Peace Deal. Aired 11-11:30a ET
• QAnon Conspiracy Theorist Wins Georgia GOP Primary; Pelosi: Maybe You "Mistook" GOP For "Somebody Who Gave A Damn"; U.S. Intel On Russia Could Undercut Trump's Hopes For Durham Report. Aired 12:30-1p ET
• Robert Redfield Warns Fall Could be Worst in Public Health History; Trump Calls for Increased Water Pressure; Trump's Public Conduct Out of Step With Contemporary America. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• Trump Press Briefing: Israel & UAE Agree to Historic Peace Deal; 1,000+ Quarantined after Positive Cases in Atlanta Area School District; Florida Sheriffs Bans His Deputies and Visitors from Wearing Masks; Soon, Major Health Experts Brief Biden, Harris on Pandemic. Aired 11:30a-12p ET
• CDC Doctors Warning: Prepare For "The Worst Fall We've Ever Had"; U.S. Eclipses 5.2 Million Total Coronavirus Cases; Doctors Warn Of Lifetime Of Worse Health Outcomes If Kids Don't Go Back To School; Sarah Palin: Harris Is In "Better Position" Than Past Female VP; President Donald Trump: Democrats Want Money In Stimulus For "Universal Mail-In Ballots". Aired 12-12:30p ET
• Nearly 1,500 U.S. Virus Deaths Mark Deadliest Day since May; Florida Sheriff Bans Deputies, Visitors from Wearing Masks; Trump's New Coronavirus Adviser Echoes his Non-Science Views. Aired 1-1:30p ET
• Joe Biden, Kamala Harris Receive COVID-19 Briefing; Anti- vaxxers Spread Lies, Conspiracies Ahead of Vaccine; Parents Sue California Governor for Restrictions on In-Person Learning. Aired 1:30-2p ET
• Parents Lose Son to Virus 4 Days after He Went to Urgent Care; Joe Biden, Kamala Harris Make Joint Remarks on Coronavirus; Professor Lindsey Leininger Discusses Biden/Harris Calls for Mask Mandates as COVID Deaths Rise; Trump's Vow on Payroll Tax Jeopardizes Social Security, Medicare. Aired 2:30-3p ET


August 12, 2020
• Joe Biden Picks His V.P.; President Trump's Signature Name- Calling; Russia Approves COVID Vaccine; Lebanese Protesters Wants Total Change; UK Economy in Recession; New Zealand Reimposes Restrictions Due to New Cases; Mexico Reports Almost Thousand New Deaths from Virus; U.S. College Conferences Postpone Football; Security Questions Raised Surrounding TikTok and WeChat; Royal Tensions Revealed; Collin Morikawa Opens Up About PGA Championship Win. Aired 3-4a ET
• Growing Concerns about Impact of Virus on Children; Putin: Russia Approves "World First" COVID-19 Vaccine; Growing Fears Ground Ship Could Split in Half; Security Questions Raised Surrounding TikTok and WeChat; Top U.S. College Conferences Postpone Football Seasons. Aired 1-2a ET
• Biden and Harris to Appear in Delaware Today; Florida and Georgia Report Record One-Day Death Tolls; Trump Claims without Evidence that China and Russia will Grab Plenty of Mail-In Ballots. Aired 10-10:30a ET
• Biden Picks Senator Kamala Harris as Running Mate; Rise of Kamala Harris to National Prominence; Trump: Harris was Nasty, Horrible to Biden in Debates; Anti-Government Protests Erupt for Fourth Night in Beirut; Volunteers Help Neighbors Through Lebanon's Crisis. Aired 4-4:30a ET
• Biden Picks Senator Kamala Harris As Running Mate; New Zealand Reimposes Restrictions Due To New Cases; Florida Confirms Most Deaths In A Single Day; Protesters Demand More In Beirut; Putin: Russia Approves 'World First' COVID-19 Vaccine; Mexico Signs Vaccine Deals with U.S. & Chinese Companies; Food Bank Giveaways Underscore Economic Struggle; Security Questions Raised Surrounding TikTok and WeChat; Collin Morikawa Opens Up About PGA Championship Win. Aired 12-1a ET
• Anti-Government Protests Erupt for Fourth Night; Food Bank Giveaways Underscore Economic Struggle; Biden Picks Sen. Kamala Harris as Running Mate; Russia Touts "World First" COVID-19 Vaccine; New Zealand Reimposes Restrictions Due to New Cases; Opposition Candidate Flees to Lithuania; U.K. Shrinks by Record 20.4 Percent in Q2. Aired 2-3a ET
• Florida Sets New Record for COVID-19 Deaths; Children and Elderly Lead Late Summer Spikes in Cases; Putin: Russia Approves World's First COVID-19 Vaccine; 900+ Students and Staff Quarantined in Georgia School District; New Zealand Reinstates Restrictions Due to New Cases; Top U.S. Conferences Postpone Football Seasons; Harry and Meghan Book Reveals Tensions in Royal Family. Aired 4:30-5a ET
• Biden, Harris Together for First Time Since V.P. Selection; U.S. Sports in Limbo, Debate to Restart Boils as Response Falters; 400+ Teachers Refusing to Return, Forcing New Jersey District to go Virtual. Aired 1-1:30p ET
• Rep. James Clyburn (D-SC) is Interviewed about the Harris Pick; Big 10 and PAC-12 Won't Play this Fall; New Covid-19 Reporting System; Failed Stimulus Talks; Inflation Data Beats Expectations. Aired 9:30- 10a
• Split Decisions For College Football; Biden, Harris Set For Joint Appearance. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• Soon, Biden & Harris to Appear Together in Delaware; Reopening Plans for Georgia High School to be Revealed Today; Hundreds of Georgia Students and Staff in Quarantine; Dr. Michael Mina Discusses Record One-Day Deaths in in Florida, Georgia as Cases Drop Nationwide & New Way of Thinking about Coronavirus, as "Cold That Kills"; Medical Group Issues New Guidelines on Wearing Facemasks; Michael Schill, Chairman, PAC-12 CEO Group, Discusses Big-10, PAC-12 Postponing Fall College Football Seasons as Other Conferences Push to Play. Aired 11- 11:30a ET
• Interview with Rep. Eric Swalwell (D-CA); Interview with Southwest Airlines CEO Gary Kelly; Georgia Schools Move Online Days After Opening. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• Joe Biden Picks Kamala Harris as Vice Presidential Running Mate; Hundreds of Georgia Students and School Staff Quarantined; Florida Sets Daily Record With 276 New Coronavirus Deaths; Biden and Harris to Make First Appearance Today in Delaware. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• Soon Biden and Harris Appear Together for First Time on Democratic Ticket; Interview with Rep. Sheila Jackson Lee (D-TX) on Harris as Candidate; Pelosi Says People Will Die If Stimulus Talks Drag into September; Laid Off Airport Worker Needs the $600 Stimulus Check to Continue. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• Medical Association Releases New Mask Guidelines; Governor Phil Murphy to Allow Schools to Open Remotely; Interview with Author Sophia Nelson. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• Some Progressives Rally Around Harris As Biden's VP Pick; NY Lawmaker Questions How State Counts Nursing Home Deaths; Big 10 & Pac- 12 Won't Play Football This Fall. Aired 12:30-1p ET
• Kamala Harris: President Donald Trump "Tear-Gassed" People Asking For Support; Biden, Harris To Hold First Joint Event As Running Mate; Kamala Harris Defends Her Record As California Attorney General; Coronavirus Testing Levels Fall, Positivity Rates Up In 34 States; American Medical Colleges Group Issues Guidance On Face Coverings. Aired 12-12:30p ET
• Teacher Depicts Own Tombstone To Demand Masks In School; GOP QAnon Supporter With History Of Bigoted Remarks Wins Georgia Primary; What Trump Has Said About Kamala Harris In Recent Years; Former Democratic California Congresswoman, Katie Hill, Discusses Kamala Harris Being Chosen As Biden's Running Mate. Aired 1:30-2p ET
• Trump Adds Coronavirus Adviser Who Echoes His Unscientific Claims; Family: "Unbelievable" 31-Year-Old Man Died Of Coronavirus; Trump Congratulates QAnon Supporter Amid Controversial Picks; FOX Hosts Try Out Multiple attack Lines & False Narratives on Harris. Aired 2:30-3p ET


August 11, 2020
• Lebanon's Prime Minister Resigns Amid Protests; Coronavirus Cases Now at 20 Million; Change in Lebanon Not Happening Soon; No Exceptions for Beijing's Fierce Law; Protests Erupted in Belarus Over Election Results; Number of United States Child Cases Up 90 Percent in Last Four Weeks; Major College Football Teams Could See Season Postponed; Florida Teachers Prepare to Head Back to the In-Person Schooling; U.S. Health Secretary Goes One-On-One with CNN From Taiwan; Lebanon's Government Resigns Amid Violent Protests; Shooting Near White House Disrupts Press Briefing; Kodak Stock Dives After United States Government Loan Put On Hold; Stranded South Africans Rescued. Aired 3-4a ET
• Debate Over Reopening Schools Rages Alongside COVID-19; Average of 1,000 Americans Dying Daily from Virus; Florida Teachers Prepare to Head Back to the Classroom; FDA Won't Cut Corners to Approve a COVID- 19 Vaccine; Shooting Near White House Disrupts Press Briefing; Powerful Storm System Rips Through U.S. Midwest; Lebanon's Government Resigns in Wake of Blast and Protests. Aired 4-4:30a ET
• Coronavirus Cases Surge Among U.S. Children as Schools Reopen; 163,000+ Americans Killed by Coronavirus, Almost 5.1 Million Cases. Aired 10-10:30a ET
• White House Mulls Executive Action on Mail-In Voting; Inside Colorado's Mail-In Voting System; Top U.S. Health Official Meets Taiwan's Foreign Minister; Video Shows George Floyd's Deadly Encounter with Police; Putin Says Russia has Developed First Coronavirus Vaccine; Fears Grow Motorcycle Rally Could Be Superspreading Event. Aired 4:30-5a ET
• Salesforce Public-Private Partnership Aiding School Reopenings; Cars Line Up at North Texas Food Bank as Unemployment Expires; China Sanctions U.S. Lawmakers Over Hong Kong. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• Belarus Opposition Leader Demands Recount as Protests Grow; Political Expert Weighs in on 2020 Election; Kodak Stock Dives after U.S. Government Loan Put on Hold; U.S. Health Secretary Meets with Taiwan Leaders; Man Helps Repatriate South Africans Stranded in China. Aired 12-1a ET
• Football's Season Hangs in the Balance; Ford CEO Jim Hackett is Interviewed about the Stimulus Stalemate; Biden Campaign Assembles Staff for Running Mate. Aired 9:30-10a ET
• Report: 90 Percent Jump In Children With COVID-19 Since July 9; Australia's Internal Borders To Remain Closed; Shipwrecked Tanker Leaking Fuel Oil Into Lagoons; Decision Day Nears For Biden To Choose Running Mate; Man Helps Repatriate South Africans Stranded In China. Aired 2-3a ET
• Big Ten Conference Postpones Football Season; Biden Set to Announce Vice Presidential Pick. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• Multiple Georgia School Districts Report Positive Cases After Reopening; Russia Claims It Has Developed First Coronavirus Vaccine; Coronavirus Cases Surge Among U.S. Children as Schools Reopen; 12 Florida School Districts Reopening This Week. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• Biden Has Selected a Running Mate, Will Reveal Today; Big Ten Conference Postpones All Fall Sports Including Football. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• Biden Campaign Assembles Staff For His Future Running Mate; Texas 7-Day Average Positivity Hits Highest Rate Since March; Fate Of College Football Season Uncertain. Aired 12:30-1p ET
• Report Finds Increased Numbers of COVID-Positive Children; Mrs. Nevada-America Pageant Disrupted Over COVID-19 Concerns; Trump's Press Briefing Most Dishonest to Date. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• 800+ Students Quarantined in Cherokee County, GA, after District Reports 50 Positive Cases Among Students & Staff; Dr. William Schaffner Discusses Whether Children Can Easily Spread Virus; Dr. Michael Kinch Discusses Russia's New COVID Vaccine & It's Safety; Chris Ragsdale, Cobb County School Superintendent, Discusses Reopening Schools, Parents Protesting Online-Only Learning. Aired 11-11:30a ET
• Chris Ragsdale, Cobb County School Superintendent, Discusses Reopening Schools, Parents Protesting Online-Only Learning; Fitness Trainer Who Thought Virus Was Hoax Until He Got It Shares His Story Of Survival; UNC Professor Jay Smith Discusses Campus Staff Filing A Lawsuit Over UNC's Reopening Plans; Fate Of College Football Up In The Air As Another Conference Cancels. Aired 11:30a-12p ET
• U.S. Seven-Day Average Of New Cases Ticks Above 54,000; Former FDA Chief: I Wouldn't Take Russia "Vaccine"; President Donald Trump Attacks Cory Booker In Comments About Housing, Suburbs; President Donald Trump Says By Regulating Where Low-Income Housing Can Be, "The Suburbs Will Be The Suburbs Again"; Biden Campaign Assembles Staff For His Future Running Mate. Aired 12-12:30p ET
• Ninety Percent Increase In COVID Cases In Children Over Past Four Weeks; Mega Church Pastor Defies COVID Guidelines, Reopens Despite Risks; Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-VT) Wants To Tax Obscene Wealth Earned During Pandemic. Aired 1-1:30p ET
• Sanders Introduces Bill To Tax Rich To Pay For Uninsured, Underinsured Americas; List Of Speakers For Democratic Convention Amid Speculation Over Biden's V.P. Pick; Celebrities Spread Misinformation On Coronavirus; COVID Survivor Regrets Dismissing Virus As Hoax; Dr. Jonathan Drezner Discusses Fate Of College Football & Rare Heart Condition Possibly Linked To COVID-19. Aired 1:30-2p ET
• Lies, False Narratives: Trump Turns Briefing Into Dishonesty Spree; Is U.S. Becoming Numb To Foreign Interference In Elections?; Trump's Norm Breaking Documented In New Book, "The Madman Theory: Trump Takes On the World;" Biden Has Selected Running Mate, Will Reveal As Soon As Today. Aired 2:30-3p ET
• World Reaches 20 Million Confirmed COVID Cases; Lebanese Government Resigns; World Leaders Condemn Hong Kong Arrest; Lebanon's Government Resigns Amid Violent Protests; Democrats Accuse Trump Administration of Post Office Sabotage; Kodak Stock Dives after U.S. Government Loan Put on Hold; Man Helps Repatriates South Africans Stranded in China. Aired 1-2a ET


August 10, 2020
• School Safety During A Pandemic; Hong Kong Police Arrest Media Mogul Jimmy Lai; Officials Convey U.S. Message Of Strong Support For Taiwan; Donald Trump's Executive Actions on Virus Relief Under Fire; Biden Expected To Announce VP Pick This Week; New Zealand Declares 100 Days COVID-19 Free. Aired 12-1a ET
• President Trump's Executive Actions on Virus Relief is Under Fire; Cases Surged After Schools Reopened in Israel; Hong Kong Media Mogul Jimmy Lai Arrested Under New National Security Law; Mass Protests in Belarus Following Disputed Election Results; School in Georgia Reopened then Closed; Lebanese Crying for Justice; Education Must Go On in U.K.; Face Masks Now Mandatory in France; Painful Way of Recovery for Families in Lebanon. Aired 3-4a ET
• Pro-Democracy Media Mogul Arrested In Hong Kong; Explosion Devastates Beirut, Ignites Mass Riots; Australia's Deadliest COVID Case Day; Rioters In Belarus Clash With Government; U.S. President Touts Plan to Extend Economic Aid; U.S. Schools Cope with Reopening as Virus Spreads. Aired 1-2a ET
• Rep. Gerald Connolly (D-VA) is Interviewed about Trump's Executive Actions; Trump's Executive Action for Virus Relief; Biden Expected to Announce Running Mate; Lebanon's Government Expected to Step Down; Postponing College Football. Aired 9:30-10a ET
• Rising Cases a Concern as Schools Reopen; Schools in Metro Atlanta Area Reporting COVID-19 Cases; British Prime Minister: Morally Indefensible to Keep Schools Closed; Fauci: Widespread Vaccine Availability Not Likely Until 2021; Protesters Clash with Police for a Second Day in Beirut; One Family's Hope for Their Missing Relative in Beirut; Lebanese Demand Justice in Wake of Devastating Blast; Mass Protests in Belarus Following Disputed Election Results. Aired 4-4:30a ET
• U.S. Surpasses 5 Million Cases, Death Nears 163,000; Debate Rages Over In-Person Classes as Georgia Schools Report New Cases; Rep. Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) Says, Trump's Executive Actions are Absurdly Unconstitutional. Aired 10-10:30a ET
• Interview with Sen. Amy Klobuchar (D-MN); Trump Claims Coronavirus Vaccine Ready by Election Day; TSA Finds Tripled Rate of Guns Passing Through Airports. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• Executive Actions on Virus Relief Have Strings Attached; Trump Plan Calls for States to Pay 25 Percent of $400 Benefit; "Veepstakes" Heat up as Democratic Convention Approaches; Russia, China Accused Trying to Meddle in U.S. Elections; Lessons From Israel Shows Cases Surged After Schools Reopened; Official Conveys U.S. Message of Strong Support for Taiwan; Hong Kong Police Arrest Media Mogul Jimmy Lai; Face Masks Become Mandatory in Some Parts of Paris; New Zealand Marks 100 Days of No Local Cases of Coronavirus; Collin Morikawa Wins First Golf Major of the Year. Aired 4:30-5a ET
• United States Surpasses Five Million Coronavirus Cases; Close to 100,000 Children Infected with Coronavirus in the U.S. as Schools Start to Reopen; Angry Protesters Fill Beirut Streets Calling for Reform; U.S. Lawmakers At Odds Over COVID-19 Stimulus Plan; Trump Plan Calls For States To Pay 25 Percent Of Latest Benefits; Protests Erupt Following Belarus Presidential Vote; Hong Kong Media Mogul Arrested Under National Security Law; New Zealand Marks 100 Days Of No Local Cases. Aired 2-3a ET
• Trump's Executive Actions on Virus Relief Spark Confusion; House Speaker Nancy Pelosi Calls Trump's Executive Action "Absurdly Unconstitutional"; Georgia School Seen in Viral Photo Briefly Closing Due to Positive Cases; Looting Breaks Out in Chicago Overnight; Nearly 100K Children Test Positive for COVID-19 in Last Two Weeks of July; Pelosi: Trump's Executive Actions on COVID Relief Are "Absurdly Unconstitutional". Aired 9-9:30a ET
• Trump Pushes for College Football As Power 5 Debates What to Do; Deadly Explosion Levels Baltimore Homes; 13 Cops Hurt And 100+ Arrested in Chicago After Night of Looting; Lebanese Government Resigns in Wake of Blast; Vaccine Experts Say, "No Way" Trump Will Have Vaccine by November. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• American Academy of Pediatrics Reporting Nearly 100K Kids in U.S. Tested Positive in Last 2 Weeks, Georgia School, Seen in Viral Picture, Temporarily Closes after 9 Test Positive; Contradicting Trump on "Almost Immune"; State Rep. Beth Moore (D-Georgia) Discusses Setting Up Whistleblower E-mail for Schools Due to Her Concerns; Firefighters: Several People Trapped after Home Explosion in Baltimore; Protests and Violence in Several Major Cities; Lt. Gov. Juliana Stratton (D-Illinois) Discusses Widespread Looting, Vandalism, Gunshots Overnight in Chicago, Chicago Mayor Shutting Down Montrose Beach Park Due to Large Gathering & Trump Executive Order on $400 Unemployment Requiring States to Pay 1st $100; Jon Steinbrecher, Mid- American Conference Commissioner, Discusses Cancelling The Season, College Football in Jeopardy Amid Pandemic. Aired 11-11:30a ET
• Joe Biden Expected To Announce Vice President Pick This Week; Reports: Big 10 Debating Canceling College Football Season; Looting Breaks Out In Downtown Chicago Overnight. Aired 12:30-1p ET
• Moderna Vaccine Trial Participant Numbers Too Low for Conclusive November Results; Interview With Florida State Football Player Andrew Boselli; Latest COVID-19 Research Findings Out as Testing Time Remains Long. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• Trump Wants to Be Added to Mount Rushmore?; Schools Reopening/Closing Amid Coronavirus Outbreaks; Confusion Over Trump's Executive Orders. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• Jon Steinbrecher, Mid-American Conference Commissioner, Discusses Cancelling The Season, College Football In Jeopardy Amid Pandemic; Experts: "No Way" Moderna Vaccine Will Be Ready By November Election; Mark Zandi, Moody's Analytics Chief Economist, Discusses Confusion Over Trump's Executive Action After Stimulus Talks Collapse; State Media: Lebanon's Government To Resign After Deadly Blast. Aired 11:30a-12p ET
• Coronavirus Crisis Persists As Stimulus Talks Fail; Biden To Pick Running Mate In Days Ahead; Jump In Cases Among Children Complicates Back-To-School Season; Fifty-five Percent Of City School Districts To Start School Year Remotely; President Donald Trump's Executive Actions On Economic Relief Spark Confusion; Georgia School Seen In Viral Picture Briefly Closing After Nine Test Positive. Aired 12-12:30p ET
• WHO Says, COVID Proving Exceptionally Difficult To Stop; U.S. Has More Than Five Million Coronavirus Cases And Almost 163,000 Deaths; Almost 100,000 Children Tested Positive For Virus In Last Two Weeks Of July; Trump: I Will Do Convention Speech At Gettysburg Or White House. Aired 1-1:30p ET
• Trump Adviser: "God's Will" To Sign Executive Orders, But Republicans Considered Obama's Executive Orders Blasphemy; Democrats Deny Trump's Claim They Asked To Restart Stimulus Talks; Update On Coronavirus Response Across The Country; U.S. Democracy Under Attack: Russia, China Both Targeting Election; Fears Bike Rally In South Dakota Could Become Super Spreader Event. Aired 1:30-2p ET
• NYT: White House Asked About Adding Trump To Mount Rushmore; Nick Tilsen, NDN Collective President & CEO, Discusses Trump Wanting His Face On Mount Rushmore; California Health Director Abruptly Resigns In Middle Of Pandemic; CNN Follows Family Searching For Loved One After Beirut Blast; Kodak Stock Plummets After Government Loan Put On Hold. Aired 2:30-3p ET


August 09, 2020
• Beirut Protesters Call for a "Revolution"; Trump Signs Executive Orders Extending Coronavirus Economic Relief; Ohio Governor Tests Positive then Negative for COVID-19; Doctor: Biker Rally a Potential Super Spreader Event; Brazil Second Only to U.S. Coronavirus Infections and Deaths; U.S. Tops 5 Million COVID-19 Cases; U.S. Postmaster DeJoy Says Election Mail Will Not Be Slowed Down; Main Opposition Candidate Hides on Eve of Crucial Presidential Vote in Belarus. Aired 1-2a ET
• Trump Signs Executive Orders Extending Coronavirus Economic Relief; U.S. Tops Five Million COVID-19 Cases; Beirut Protesters Call For A "Revolution"; U.S. Postmaster DeJoy Says Election Mail Will Not Be Slowed Down; Main Opposition Candidate Hides On Eve Of Crucial Presidential Vote In Belarus. Aired 2-3a ET
• Beirut Protesters Call For A "Revolution"; U.S. Tops Five Million COVID-19 Cases; Trump Signs Executive Orders Extending Coronavirus Economic Relief; Brazil Second Only To U.S. Coronavirus Infections And Deaths; Coronavirus Spreads In Texas Federal Prison; Doctor: Biker Rally A Potential Super Spreader Event; Main Opposition Candidate Hides On Eve Of Crucial Presidential Vote In Belarus; Climate Change And COVID-19 Compete As Global Crises. Aired 3-4a ET
• Trump Signs Executive Orders Extending Coronavirus Economic Relief; U.S. Schools Struggle To Maintain Safe Openings; Ohio Governor Tests Positive Then Negative For COVID-19; Brazil Second Only To U.S. Coronavirus Infections And Deaths; Beirut Protesters Call For A "Revolution"; Doctor: Biker Rally A Potential Super Spreader Event; U.S. Tops Five Million COVID-19 Cases. Aired 4-5a ET
• U.S. Tops Five Million COVID-19 Cases; Trump Signs Executive Orders Extending Coronavirus Economic Relief; Doctor: Biker Rally A Potential Super Spreader Event; Brazil Second Only To U.S. Coronavirus Infections And Deaths; Beirut Protesters Call For A "Revolution"; Caring For The Homeless In The COVID-19 Era; Biden Finalizing Running Mate Choice; U.S. Postmaster DeJoy Says Election Mail Will Not Be Slowed Down. Aired 5-6a ET
• U.S. Tops Five Million Infected Cases Of Coronavirus; President Trump Signs Four Executive Orders On Economic And COVID Relief; Rep. Maxine Waters (D-CA) Is Interviewed About Trump's Executive Orders; South Dakota Motorcycle Rally Kicks Off Despite Coronavirus Pandemic; President Trump Trails Joe Biden In The Polls. Aired 5-6p ET
• U.S. COVID-19 Cases Rise To More Than Five Million; Trump Signs Executive Order After Stimulus Talks Break Down; Why Legalized Marijuana Is Paying Off In Illinois. Aired 3-4p ET
• Georgia School Highlighted in Viral Photo to Switch to Virtual Learning for Two Days; Trump Adjusts Unemployment Benefit with Executive Action. Aired 7-8p ET
• Recap Of Larry Kudlow Interview; Trump Signs Executive Order After Stimulus Talks Break Down; Nine Infections At School Since Viral Photo Of Crowded Hallway; O'Brien Says, Russia And China Targeting U.S. Election With Cyberattacks; Concern Grows Over Food Insecurity As Virus Spreads. Aired 2-3p ET
• Trump Signs Executive Orders After Stimulus Talks Break Down; Memphis-Selby County Schools To Begin School Year Virtually; Outrage Expressed By Lebanese People; Women Behind The Camera; Health Experts Plea To The Public; Life Behind Bars. Aired 4-5p ET
• Known Cases In U.S. Now More Than Five Million; Trump's Executive Actions On COVID-19 Relief Come With Strings Attached; Masks Not Required At South Dakota Biker Rally Expected To Draw 250,000 People; NSA Says Russia, China Absolutely Tampering With U.S. Election Infrastructure; Trump's Executive Actions On COVID-19 Relief Come With Strings Attached. Aired 6-7p ET
• Nine COVID-19 Cases at Georgia High School Days After Crowded Hallway Pic Goes Viral; Trump Willing to Talk with Democrats Again About Stimulus; Public Health Officials Fear Biker Rally a Nightmare in the Making; Arizona Couple Says They Paid the Price for Not Taking Coronavirus Seriously; Beirut Protests Continue for Second Day After Deadly Explosion. Aired 8-9p ET
• U.S. COVID-19 Cases Surpass 5 Million with No Sign of Slowing Down; Trump's Executive Actions on COVID-19 Relief Come with Strings Attached; NYT: White House Asked about Adding Trump to Mt. Rushmore; MLB Postpones St. Louis Cardinals Series Against Pittsburgh Pirates after Players Test Positive for COVID-19; Masks not Required at SD Biker Rally Expected to Draw 250K. Aired 9-10p ET
• Protests Over Beirut Explosion Turn Violent; Demonstrators Storm Lebanon's Government Ministries; Brazil Passes 100,000 Deaths, Tops 3 Million Cases; Crows Gather in Virus Hotspots; Vietnam Tries to Contain Outbreak in Da Nang; COVID-19 Testing Not Always Reliable in the U.S.; Bikers Arrive in South Dakota for Motorcycle Rally; CNN Interviews Japanese Defense Minister Taro Kono. Aired 12-1a ET


August 08, 2020
• Huge Explosion Rocks Beirut; Air India Plane Crashes in Kerala after Skidding Off Runway; Georgia School District Quarantines 260 Students and Eight Teachers after First Week of School; Hawaii Reinstates Inter-Island Travel Quarantine and Other Restrictions; Trump Issues Orders Banning TikTok and WeChat; Stimulus Talks Break Down on Capitol Hill; Mexico Now Has Third Highest Global COVID-19 Death Toll. Aired 2-2:45a ET
• Huge Explosion Rocks Beirut; Georgia School District Quarantines 260 Students and Eight Teachers after First Week of School; Can You Catch COVID-19 Twice?; Air India Plane Crashes in Kerala after Skidding Off Runway. Aired 3-3:30a ET
• Large Motorcycle Rally Being Held in Sturgis, South Dakota, Raises Concerns about Coronavirus Spread; Teachers Protest Plans in Georgia to Reopen Schools During Coronavirus Pandemic; Protestors Take to Streets of Beirut after Massive Explosion Kills More than 150 People; National Education Association President Becky Pringle Interviewed on Need for Funding to Reopen Schools Safely; Former Education Secretary under President Obama Arne Duncan Interviewed on Steps Government Should Take to Help with Continuing Education During Coronavirus Pandemic; President Trump States He Will Take Executive Action If Congress Cannot Reach Deal on Economic Stimulus Bill. Aired 10-11a ET
• Huge Explosion Rocks Beirut; Georgia School District Quarantines 260 Students and Eight Teachers after First Week of School; Stimulus Talks Break Down on Capitol Hill; Air India Plane Crashes in Kerala after Skidding Off Runway; Trump Issues Orders Banning TikTok and WeChat; Tyler Perry Builds Camp Quarantine for Production Reboot. Aired 4-5a ET
• Huge Explosion Rocks Beirut; Stimulus Talks Break Down on Capitol Hill; Riders Gather in South Dakota for 80th Sturgis Motorcycle Rally; Georgia School District Quarantines 260 Students and Eight Teachers after First Week of School; Air India Plane Crashes in Kerala after Skidding Off Runway; Mexico Now Has Third Highest Global COVID-19 Death Toll; U.S. Treasury Department Sanctions Hong Kong Officials; Trump Issues Orders Banning TikTok and WeChat. Aired 5-6a ET
• President Trump to Give Press Conference on Possible Executive Action on Economic Stimulus; Former Chairman of the Council of Economic Advisers Austan Goolsbee Interviewed on How Government Action Can Help Struggling U.S. Economy; Charitable Organization Distributes Food in Los Angeles; New York Governor Andrew Cuomo to Allow Schools to Reopen; Georgia High School Student Temporarily Suspended for Tweeting Picture of Crowded School Hallway; Doctor States Obesity May Reduce Effectiveness of Coronavirus Vaccine. Aired 2-3p ET
• Stimulus Talks Break Down, Negotiators Walk Away Without Deal; NYC Schools Cleared For In-Person Classes This Fall; Florida Reports 8,425 New Coronavirus Cases, 182 New Deaths; Bikers Gather In South Dakota For 80th Sturgis Motorcycle Rally; Reimposed Restrictions Credited For Arizona's Downward Trend; School Districts Across U.S. Weigh Reopening; Protests Erupt In Beirut Over Deadly Explosion. Aired 11a-12p ET
• Massive Biker Rally Going On Despite Objections From Most Locals; Picture Of Crowded Hallway Raises Concerns As Schools Reopen; Biden Expected To Announce Vice President Pick Soon; Mayor Carlos Gimenez (R), Miami-Dade County, Discusses Rising Coronavirus Cases, Lag In Testing; Trump To Sign Executive Orders After Stimulus Talks Break Down. Aired 3-4p ET
• Trump Threatens Executive Action If No Deal Is Reached; U.S. Nearing Five Million COVID Cases, Death Toll Passes 161,000; Around 260 Students, Eight Teachers Quarantined After Georgia Reopens Schools; Dems, WH Locked In Stalemate Over New Stimulus Plan; Biden's Relationship With Obama Offers A Guide To His V.P. Search; Protests Erupt In Beirut Over Deadly Explosion. Aired 12-1p ET
• Stimulus Breakdown: Negotiators Walk Away Without Deal; Struggling Families Get Food, School Supplies At Drive-Thru Event; NYC Schools Cleared For In-Person Classes This Fall; Georgia Teachers Protest Plan To Return In-Person Learning; Children Hospitalized For COVID Need ICU Care At Same Rate As Adults; Bikers Gather In South Dakota For 80th Sturgis Motorcycle Rally; U.S. Intel's Top Election Official: China Doesn't Want Trump To Win, Russia Working Against Biden. Aired 1-2p ET
• Trump Holds News Conference As U.S. Nears Five Million Coronavirus Cases; Trump Announces Executive Orders After Stimulus Talks Break Down. Aired 4-5p ET
• Trump Signs Executive Orders After Stimulus Talks Break Down; Fears As Bikers Rally Expects 250K People Without Mask, Distancing Rules; Fear Of New Spikes Ahead In Arizona; Teachers In Georgia's Largest School District Staging A Protest; Biden Holds Lead Over Trump In Polls As Election Nears; The Testing Crisis: What 20 Experts Say They Need From Government. Aired 8-9p ET
• Trump Signs Four Executive Orders, Including $400 In Enhanced Federal Unemployment Benefits; Trump Abruptly Ends Briefing After Reporter Asks Why He Falsely Claims To Have Passed Veterans' Choice; Around 250K Expected At Motorcycle Rally In SD As Nation Battles Pandemic; Schools Prepare To Reopen As Nation Nears Five Million COVID Cases. Aired 5-6p ET
• Trump Signs Executive Actions After Stimulus Talks Break Down; U.S. Food Banks Face Shortages As Demand Surges; US COVID-19 Deaths Rise For Fifth Straight Week; Foreign Policy Gives U.S. Lowest Score For Fact-Based Communication; Biden Narrows Down VP List With Convention Just Days Away; Ohio Governor And Wife Test Negative For COVID-19; FBI Testing Ballistic Evidence From Inside Breonna Taylor's Home. Aired 9-10p ET
• Trump Signs Executive Orders After Stimulus Talks Break Down; 250K Expected At Motorcycle Rally In South Dakota As Nation Battles Pandemic; Interview With San Antonio Mayor Ron Nirenberg (I). Aired 6- 7p ET
• President Donald Trump Signs Stimulus Provisions After Capitol Hill Talks Break Down; Adds $400 Per Week In Unemployment Benefits, Asking States To Provide 25 Percent; Biker Rally Draws Large Crowd As U.S. Nears 5 Million Virus Cases; Food Banks Struggle To Meet Growing Need Across The U.S.; Florida Reports Sixth Day This Month Of 120 Plus Single Day Deaths. Aired 7-8p ET


August 07, 2020
• Anger Growing Over Reports Of Ignored Warnings On Beirut's Explosion; A Bride Shared Her Experience In The Beirut's Explosion; President Trump Says Vaccine Possible Before Election Day; Investigating Russia's Rapid Testing And Vaccine Claims; Dr. Gupta Guides Us Through Best Masks Practices; President Trump Sign Order Banning TikTok, WeChat In 45 Days; Clips Of Beirut's Blast Survivor As They Recall The Moment; Outrage Seen in Lebanon; Emmanuel Macron Visits Blast Site; Port Officials to Answer Tuesday's Blast; Coronavirus Not Done Yet; South Africa's Coronavirus Tops in Africa. Aired 3-4a ET
• Growing Anger as Protestors Demand Accountability; Community Bands Together to Begin Rebuilding after Blast; International Offers of Aid Pouring into Lebanon; CDC Warns 9 U.S. Cities of Rise in COVID- 19 Infections; New Model: U.S. Death Toll Could Reach 300,000 by December; Trump Signs Order Banning TikTok, WeChat in 45 Days; Trump Says Vaccine Could Be Ready by Election Day; Woman Plays Piano Surrounded by Debris from Blast. Aired 12-1a ET
• Macron: Aid To Lebanon Will Have "Full Transparency"; International Offers Of Aid Pouring Into Lebanon; White House Advisers Urge The Public To Wear Masks; New Model: U.S. Death Toll Could Reach 300,000 By December; Moment of Blast Captured on Church Camera; Anger Growing over Reports of Ignored Warnings; Trump Signs Order Banning TikTok, WeChat in 45 Days; India Surpasses Two Million COVID-19 Cases; Germany Adopts Massive Testing Plan for Tourists; Message of Hope. Aired 1-2a ET
• Anger Growing Over Reports Of Ignored Warnings; Amnesty International Calls For Global Aid, Investigation; Investigating Russia's Rapid Test And Vaccine Claims; Germany Adopts Massive Testing Plan For Tourists; India Surpasses Two Million COVID-19 Cases; President Donald Trump Signs Order Banning TikTok, WeChat in 45 Days; There is Growing Anger as Protesters in Beirut Demand for an International Investigation to the Deadly Explosion; Community Take Steps to Begin Rebuilding Beirut; International Aid are Pouring into Lebanon; Coronavirus Ravages the United States; President Trump Says Vaccine Might Be Ready by Election Day. Aired 2-3a ET
• New Projection Shows Nearly 300,000 in U.S. Could Die From Virus By December; Gov. Andrew Cuomo (D-NY) Expected to Announce Decision on New York Schools Today; Economic Stimulus Discussions on Brink of Collapse. Aired 10-10:30a ET
• Lebanese Media Says 16 Port Workers Detained in Investigation; Beirut's Governor Says 300,000 People Lost Their Homes; Anger Grows as Officials Investigate Deadly Blast; Fauci: U.S. Positivity Upticks a Predictor of Trouble; U.S. Cases Rise as People Attend Crowed Events; Trump Signs Order Banning TikTok, WeChat in 45 Days. Aired 4-4:30a ET
• Captain of Ship that Carried Ammonium Nitrate Speaks Out; Top Port and Customs Officials Have Bank Accounts Frozen; Community Bands Together to Rebuild After Blast; Concerns About Corruption Amid International Aid Offers; U.S. Lifts Its Global Level 4 Travel Advisory; Germany Mandates Tests for Travelers from High Risk Areas; Beirut Survivors Recall Blast's Terrifying Moment. Aired 4:30-5a ET
• Georgia Teachers Protest School Reopening Plan; Pandemic Threatens Generation of Women; New York State Schools to Reopen. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• New Report: Up to 40M Americans could be Evicted by End of Year; Amid Tension with N. Korea and Iran, Trump Advisers Hesitated to Give Military Options Over Fears He Might Start War; Rep. Ruben Gallego is Interviewed about Donald Trump, U.S. Troops in Germany, China Apps and Mail-in Voting; U.S. to Withdraw Nearly 12,000 Troops from Germany; Trump Issues Exec. Order Banning TikTok and WeChat in 45 Days; Postmaster General Says election Main will not be Slow Down; Biden Fires Back after Trump Accuses Him of Being "Against God"; Biden Clarifies Remarks about Black and Latino Voters. Aired 9:30-10p ET
• New Model Showing Almost 70,000 Fewer Deaths by December If Most People Wear Masks; Dr. Anne Rimoin & Dr. Susan Butler-Wu Discuss Number of COVID Tests Down in 29 States as Death Toll Rises, DeWine False-Positive, Accuracy of Rapid Tests; WHO: COVID Cases Up Globally Among Younger People; CDC Warns Not to Wear Masks with Vents or Valves; Economic Stimulus Talks on Brink of Collapse; 1.8 Million Jobs Added in July But Recovery Is Losing Momentum; Florida Governor Pushes for Return of School Sports Amid Pandemic. Aired 11-11:30a ET
• Pandemic Threatens to Set Back Generation of Women; Mnuchin Says He'll Advise Trump to Take Executive Action after Stimulus Offer Rejected; Biden Fires Back after Trump Falsely Claims He's Against God and Bible; At Least 66 NFL Players Skipping Season. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• Florida Governor Pushes for Return of School Sports Amid Pandemic; Long-Term Lingering Effects of COVID Alarm Scientists, Survivors; Governor Cuomo Authorizes All N.Y. School Districts to Reopen; Arizona Public Health Association Executive Director, Will Humble, Discusses Former Hot Spot Arizona Seeing New Cases Decline, What Other States Can Learn. Aired 11:30a-12p ET
• Coronavirus Pandemic; Trump Attacks Biden On Religion And Race; Brent Scowcroft, Prominent Elder Statesman Has Died. Aired 12:30-1p ET
• 1.8 Million Jobs Created in July, But Recovery Losses Momentum; Dozens of Georgia Teachers Protest Return to In-Person Teaching; Some Labs in Miami-Dade County Taking More Than 8 days for Test Results; New Projection: Nearly 300,000 in the U.S. Could Die from Coronavirus By December; Economic Stimulus Discussions on Brink of Collapse; President Trump Considering Executive Action on Economic Relief. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• KC Health Official: Afraid Death Projections Are "Way Under"; Coronavirus Cases Trending Down In 26 States; Governor Andrew Cuomo Announces "All School Districts Can Open"; Testing Snags Persist Across U.S.; Stimulus Talks On Brink Of Collapse As August Recess Looms. Aired 12-12:30p ET
• A Death Nearly Every Minute, the Lives Lost to Coronavirus; Fear as Bikers Rally Expects 250,000 People without Mask Rule; Postmaster General Says, Election Mail will not be Slowed Down. Aired 1-1:30p ET
• Interview with Former Democratic Senate Majority Leader, Harry Reid; Update on Coronavirus Response from Around the Country; Rep. Mark Walker, (R-NC), Discusses His Call for Jerry Falwell Jr to Resign from Liberty University After Posting Photo with Pants Unzipped, Trump's Comment that Biden Will "Hurt God". Aired 1:30-2p ET
• Economic Stimulus Discussions On Brink Of Collapse; Trump Issues Executive Order Banning TikTok And WeChat in 45 days; Court: House Can Subpoena Ex-White House Counsel Don McGahn To Testify; 66 Players Opt-Out Of NFL Season Over COVID-19 Concerns; Markakis Hits Walk-Off Home Run after Opting Into Season. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• Student's Suspension Reversed over Picture of Crowded Hallways; Rod Bradley, Meade County Board of Commissioners Vice Chairman & Hotel Owner, Discusses this Weekends' Motorcycle Rally in Sturgis, South Dakota, Precautions He's Taking; S.E. Cupp Responses to Criticism on Editorial Saying She'll Vote Based on Biden's V.P. Pick. Aired 2:30-3p ET
• US Deaths Surpass 1,200 In A Day For Third Day In Row; All New York School Districts Authorized To Open For In-Person Learning; 1.8 Million Jobs Added In July; Stronger Than Expected; American's View Of The Virus Depends On What They Watch; Biden Under Fire For Remarks Suggesting Of Black Diversity. Aired 2-2:30p ET


August 06, 2020
• Massive Explosion Took 135 Souls; Justice Will be Served; Port Officials Arrested; Beirut's Economy in Quagmire; Investigators Focusing On How Chemical Detonated In Beirut's Explosion; International Community Sends Emergency Aid To Lebanon; Some Of The Aftermath Of Beirut's Explosion; Social Media Giants Take Action Against President Trump; Students And Staff Test Positive As Schools Reopen; Dozens Of COVID-19 Vaccines In Trials Around The World; Latin America And The Caribbean Top Five Million Cases; Japan Marks 75th Anniversary Of Hiroshima Bombing. Aired 3-4a ET
• Beirut Port Officials Warned of Volatile Chemicals Since 2014; Government Minister: Every Business in the City Impacted; 300,000 Residents Displaced From Their Homes; Blast Linked to Chemicals Stored in Port Warehouse; Fauci Expects Millions of Vaccine Doses by Early 2021; Students and Staff Test Positive as Schools Reopen; Florida Hospitals Struggle to Keep Up as COVID-19 Cases Rise. Aired 4-4:30a ET
• Fauci Says, Positivity Rates a Predictor of Trouble Ahead; Top GOP Senator Pushes Back on Trump's Unsubstantiated Mail-In Voting Claims; Nearly 7 Million U.S. Students Starting School Year Online. Aired 10-10:30a ET
• Customs Officials in Beirut Warned of Volatile Chemicals Since 2014; Huge Crater is All that Remains of Port Warehouse; Lebanon's Teetering Economy Further Threatened by Blast; Tel Aviv City Hall Lights Up as Lebanese Flag in Solidarity; Israel Offer Lebanon Humanitarian and Medical Aid; L.A. Mayor Says People Hosting Large Gatherings Could Have Water and Electricity Shut Off; Twitter and Facebook Take Action Against Trump; Germany Records 1,000 Cases in a Single Day. Aired 4:30-5a ET
• 135 Killed, Crews Search for Many Still Missing; Deadly Blast is the Latest Crisis to Strike Lebanon; Americans Experience Food Insecurity as Crisis Deepens; Trump Pushes Schools to Reopen, Says Virus is 'Going Away'; Tel Aviv City Hall Lights Up as Lebanese Flag in Solidarity. Aired 12-1a ET
• Lebanese Government Orders House Arrest of Port Officials; 300K Beirut Residents Displaced; Students and Staff Test Positive as Schools Reopen; Victoria Reports 15 Deaths on Third Day of Lockdown. Aired 2-3a ET
• Ohio Governor Tests Positive Hours before Scheduled to Greet Trump; Infected GOP Congressman says, He Tested Only after Slight Temperature Uptick; New York Sues to Dissolve NRA, Alleges Widespread Fraud. Aired 1-1:30p ET
• Push for a Stimulus Deal; Beirut's Aftermath from the Explosion; Trump Jr. Opposes Alaska Mine; Trump Slams NBA Players. Aired 9:30-10a ET
• Interview With Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand (D-NY); Students Start Returning to Schools; Ohio Governor Tests Positive For COVID-19. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• Georgia Surpasses 200k Confirmed COVID-19 Cases; Florida Governor Asks Judge to Dismiss Lawsuit Over School Reopening Plans; Los Angeles Mayor Approves Utility Shutoffs for Party Houses. Aired 9- 9:30a ET
• Dr. Birx Warns 9 Cities, Parts of California about Increasing Positivity Rates; Dr. Fauci: Rising Positivity Rates a "Predictor of Trouble Ahead"; L.A. Mayor Says Residents Who Hold Parties in Their Houses Could Have Power, Water Shut Off; Dr. Jorge Rodriguez Discusses Fauci's Warnings on Virus Spread, Need for Rapid Testing; 250,000 Expected at South Dakota Motorcycle Rally Amid Pandemic; Dr. Benjamin Aaker Discusses Concerns over Sturgis Motorcycle Rally Amid Pandemic; Update on Coronavirus Responses from Around the Country. Aired 11- 11:30a ET
• Dr. Anthony Fauci: "All Or None" Mentality On Reopening Isn't Helpful; Dr. Anthony Fauci: U.S. Needs Coronavirus Baseline Around "A Thousand Or Two Rather Than 20,000"; New York Attorney General Sues To Dissolve The NRA; Joe Biden Says He Is Briefed On Pandemic At Least Four Times A Week; Stimulus Talk Stalked. Aired 12-12:30p ET
• Rep. Steny Hoyer, (D-MD) Discusses Negotiations on Stimulus Package, Trump Threatening Executive Action if No Deal; College Football Players, Hunter Reynolds & Benjamin St.-Juste, Discuss Big 10 Football Players Demanding Better Safety Protocols from NCAA; Epic Devastation after Explosion Rocks Lebanon's Capitol. Aired 11:30a-12p ET
• Trump Talks Economy in Ohio; Long Beach Mayor Loses Mom to COVID, Stepdad on Ventilator; "Represented" Highlights 100 Years of Woman's Suffrage; Michelle Obama Says She's Dealing with Low Grade Depression. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• 62 of Nation's 101 Largest School Districts to Start Year Online; Calls to End Racial Inequality in Corporate Leadership; "On The Trail" Starts Streaming Today on HBO Max. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• 300,000 Residents Displaced from their Homes; Deadly Blast is the Latest Crisis to Strike Lebanon; Republicans with Trump Ties Help West's Bid for President. Aired 1-2a ET
• New York Sues to Dissolve NRA Alleging Widespread Fraud; White House Sets Friday Stimulus Deadline, Sides "Trillions" Apart; Updates on Coronavirus Response Around the Country; Deutsche Bank Gives Up Trump's Financial Records to New York Prosecutors; Facebook & Twitter Penalize Trump Campaign Video for "Misinformation" on Pandemic; Michelle Obama: I'm Depressed over Injustice, Trump's Hypocrisy; Ohio Governor Tests Positive Hours Before Scheduled to Meet Trump. Aired 1:30-2p ET
• Ohio Governor Tests Positive Hours Before Scheduled to Greet Trump; 62 of Largest School Districts Starting School Remotely; GA School Nurse Quits Over COVID Fears Amid Crowded Hallways; Fauci: We're Investigating How Long Virus Can Remain in Air; FL Gov. Says It's OK to Hug with PPE Despite Medical Warnings. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• Lebron James Laughs Off Trump's Criticism of NBA Players Taking a Knee; Ald. Cavalier Johnson, (D-Milwaukee) & President, Milwaukee Common Council, Discusses GOP Helping Kanye West Get on Wisconsin Ballot to Hurt Biden; Beirut Bride Describes Moment Blast Hit in CNN Interview; CNN Film, "On the Trail: Inside the 2020 Primaries," Follows CNN Female Correspondents, Reporters, Embeds Covering Election. Aired 2:30-3p ET
• 1.2 Million Americans File For Unemployment; Ohio Gov. Mike DeWine Tests Positive For The Coronavirus; Trump Debate Demands. Aired 12:30-1p ET


August 05, 2020
• Casualties Piling from Beirut's Explosion; Chemicals Stuck for Years in Warehouse; Lebanese Hospitals Asking for Assistance; President Trump with His Own Assessment; Dozens Dead, Thousands Wounded In Beirut Explosion; In An Interview Of President Trump, He Insist COVID-19 Outbreak Is Under Control; U.S. Schools Wrestle With How And When To Reopen; Several COVID-19 Vaccines Now In Clinical Trials; Uncertainty Over How Much Protection Antibodies Offer. Aired 3-4a ET
• Dozen Dead, Thousands Wounded in Beirut Explosion; Trump Insists Virus is Under Control, But It's Not; Trump Suggests Administration Doing All It Can to Control Virus. Aired 4-4:30a ET
• Source Familiar with Trump's First Task Force Meeting Since April, He still Doesn't Get Severity of Pandemic; Democratic Senators Want More Election Security Info Made Public; Several COVID-19 Cases Reported at Georgia Schools as Classes Resume. Aired 10-10:30a ET
• Beirut Explosion Rocks Lebanon's Capital City; Trump on Rising Death Toll: "It Is What it Is"; Mexico Announces Plan for School; At Least 78 Killed in Massive Explosion in Beirut; U.S. Delegation to Arrive in Taiwan in Coming Days. Aired 12-1a ET
• At Least 100 Dead, 4,000 Wounded in Beirut Explosion; CNN Bureau Witnesses Explosion First-Hand; Lebanese Red Cross Sets Up Multiple Shelters in Beirut; Lebanon Concerned After Trump Calls Explosion an "Attack"; Israel Offers Humanitarian Assistance to Lebanon; U.S. Delegation to Arrive in Taiwan in Coming Days. Aired 4:30-5a ET
• Aid Agency: Children Unaccounted for After Beirut Blast; Trump Insists "Virus is Under Control," But It's Not; U.S. Schools Wrestle with How and When to Reopen; U.S. Delegation To Arrive In Taiwan In Coming Days; Latin America And The Caribbean Top 5 Million Cases; Brazil Teacher Brings Hugs To Students. Aired 2-3a ET
• Gov. Andy Beshear (D-KY) is Interviewed about Mail-in Voting, Education, Stimulus; Bruit Hit by Huge Explosion; Defense Officials Dispute Trump's Claim of Beirut Attack; Arizona Pushes for Schools to Reopen. Aired 9:30-10a
• Trump Falsely Claims Children Are "Almost Immune" to Coronavirus; Homeless Americans Among Most Vulnerable in Pandemic; At Least 100 Dead, Hundreds Still Missing After Beirut Explosion; Major University Cancels Football in 2020. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• Dozens Dead, Thousands Wounded in Beirut Explosion; U.S. Death Toll Nears 157,000 with 4.7 Million+ Cases; U.N. Chief: "Generational Catastrophe" Over Education; Schools Wrestle with How and When to Reopen; Australia Deploys Military Personnel to Enforce Stay-at-Homme Orders in State of Victoria; At least 78 Killed in Massive Explosion in Beirut; Trump Insists Pandemic is Under Control in U.S.; Some Americans Ignore Guidance to Avoid Large Gatherings; Beirut Marks Day of Mourning after Tuesday's Deadly Blast. Aired 1-2a ET
• Source: Trump Still Doesn't Get Severity of Pandemic; Georgia Second-Grader Tests Positive after 1st Day of School; Dr. Leana Wen Discusses Trump Falsely Claiming Children Are "Almost Immune" to Coronavirus; Update on Coronavirus Responses Around the Country; Trump Campaign Sues Nevada over Main-In Ballot Expansion; Trump Says He May Deliver Convention Speech from White House. Aired 11-11:30a ET
• New Documentary Examines 2020 Presidential Campaign; Beirut Explosion Aftermath; Trump's Shifting Positions on Mail-In Voting; Some Schools Start Reopening. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• Fauci: U.S. Has Suffered "As Much or Worse Than Anyone"; Trump Falsely Claims Virus "Going Away" in Push to Reopen Schools; NYC to Set Up "Quarantine Checkpoints" for Out-of-State Drivers; Former Mask Skeptic Issues Warning After Month-Long COVID Battle. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• Coronavirus Stimulus Bill; 2020 Election; Moderna Is Pricing Coronavirus Vaccine; Aired 12:30-1p ET
• Positivity Rate Trending Up In Over 30 States; Florida Eclipses 500,000 Coronavirus Cases; President Donald Trump Falsely Asserts Children "Almost Immune" From COVID-19; Joe Biden No Longer Expected To Travel To Milwaukee To Accept Nomination; Mail-In Voting Early Test In Washington Primaries. Aired 12-12:30p ET
• Trump Falsely Claims Children are "Almost Immune" to Coronavirus; Trump "Still Doesn't Get" Pandemic Severity; Florida Governor Suggests Allowing Visitors with Antibodies At Nursing Homes; Makeshift Facilities Open to Take Pressure Off Texas Hospitals; Trump Campaign Sues Nevada Over Mail-In Ballot Expansion. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• At Least 135 Dead, Dozens Missing After Huge Blast in Beirut; U.S. Defense Chief Says Most Believe Blast an Accident; Iowa Teacher Pushing for Masks in Schools Sends His Mock Obit to The Governor; Sally Yates Says Neither Obama Nor Biden Tried to Influence Flynn Investigation; Trump Again Blasts Mail-In Voting Despite Endorsing It for Florida; Kids Pack Hallway Without Masks in Georgia School. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• Massive Beirut Explosion Kills at Least 100, Hundreds Missing; Trump Claims Beirut Explosion Was an "Attack"; Biden Not Expected to Accept Democratic Nomination in Milwaukee; Georgia Teacher Resigns after Being Forced to Work at School While Students Go Virtual; "Mulan" Finally Heading to Disney Plus after Delays; CNN's "On the Trail" Streams Tomorrow on HBO Max. Aired 11:30a-12p ET
• Source Says, Trump Still Doesn't Get Pandemic's Severity; CNN's Gupta Interviews Fauci As U.S. Death Toll Surpasses 157,000. Aired 1- 1:30p ET
• Dr. Sanjay Gupta Interviews Dr. Anthony Fauci. Aired 1:30-2p ET
• Follow-Up Fact-Check: Trump Campaign's Claims On Nevada Mail-In Voting; Outrage After Viral Picture Shows Crowded School Hallway In Georgia; Beirut Death Toll Rises To 135, Dozens Missing; Trump Claims Beirut Explosion Was From An "Attack". Aired 2:30-3p ET


August 04, 2020
• U.S. Facing New Phase in COVID; Trump Wants to See School Back to Normal; Melbourne Follows Victoria's Strict Measures; One Dies Every Seven Minutes in Iran; Thousands Lost Power in North Carolina; Researchers in Britain Says Second Wave of Coronavirus can be Prevented; Germany Reopened Its Schools; Mexico Faces Problems with School's Online Learning; Arizona Couples Acquired COVID-19 After Ignoring Social Distancing And Masks; Most Brazilian Health Officials Not Using Unproven Drug Sent From United States; North Korea Claims It's COVID-Free And Working On Vaccine; Former Spanish King Leaves Country Amid Financial Scandal; President Trump Sets Deadline For TikTok Purchase; Vietnam Tourist Spots Becomes A Ghost Town; Socially Distance Service In Egypt. Aired 3-4a ET
• WHO: Virus Impact Will Be With Us For Decades; COVID "Out Of Control" Across Much Of The U.S.; Schools Open, Questions Remain; Toughest Measures Yet In Peacetime For Australia; Vietnam: Calm Then Storm Of COVID Cases; Arizona Couple Gets Virus after Ignoring Social Distancing; Hurricane Isaias Makes Landfall in North Carolina; Philippine Capital Returning to Modified Lockdown; Leaked Video Shows Details of George Floyd's Arrest; U.S. Judge Describes Son's Final Moments before Ambush; Vogue Honors Activists. Aired 1-2a ET
• Rate of New Deaths Trending Up in 30 U.S. States; Most Brazilians Not Using Unproven Drug Sent from U.S.; Australian State of Victoria Declares State of Disaster; Mexico to Start Schools Online in Three Weeks; Indiana Student Sent Home from School with COVID-19; Iran: One Person Dies of COVID-19 Every 7 Minutes; North Korea Clams It's COVID-Free & Working on Vaccine; Hurricane Isaias Makes Landfall in North Carolina; Former Spanish King Leaves Country Amid Financial Scandal; Trump Sets September 15 Deadline for TikTok Purchase; Vibrant Central London Now Quiet Due to COVID-19. Aired 12-1a ET
• Trump Says U.S. "Doing Very Well" As Deaths Rise in 30 States; Fauci Says Asymptomatic Community Spread Driving New Phase; Dr. Birx: U.S. Outbreak Extraordinarily Widespread; Isaias Downgraded to Tropical Storm after Landfall; Melbourne Faces New Restrictions as Outbreak Grows; Brazil Reports More than 16,000 New Infections; Iran: One Person Dies of COVID-19 Every Seven Minutes; Outbreak Turns Vietnamese Resort City into Ghost Town. Aired 4-4:30a ET
• Trump Slams Top Health Expert After She Issues Virus Warnings; Postal Service: Ample Capacity To Handle Mail-In Ballots; Leaked Video Shows Details Of George Floyd's Arrest; Northern Irish Nobel Laureate John Hume Dies At 83; Vibrant Central London Now Quiet Due To COVID- 19; Rate of New Deaths Trending Up in 30 U.S. States; Trump Attacks Birx for Warning Virus Is "Extraordinarily Widespread;" Australian State of Victoria Declares State of Disaster; Hurricane Isaias Makes Landfall in North Carolina; Most Brazilians Not Using Unproven Drug Sent from U.S.; Parents Form "Pandemic Pods" to Teach Kids in a Bubble. Aired 2-3a ET
• Trump Says, It is What It is as U.S. Death Toll Passes 155,000; Sources Say, White House, Top Democrats Nowhere Near Deal on Stimulus Bill. Aired 10-10:30a ET
• Arizona Couple Gets Virus After Ignoring Social Distancing; Trump Sets September 15 Deadline for TikTok Purchase; Nevada Approves Plan to Mail Ballots to Voters; Trump Slams Universal Mail-In Voting, Again; Leaked Video From George Floyd's Arrest; NFL Struggling with Virus Even Before Season Starts; Baseball Season Threatened by Virus Outbreaks. Aired 4:30-5a ET
• Trump on 155,000 Americans Dying of Virus, It Is What It Is; Trump Dismisses John Lewis' Legacy, He Didn't Come to My Inauguration; Study Shows Decline in Patients Diagnosed with Cancer During COVID. Aired 1-1:30p ET
• Stimulus Bill Not Close to a Deal; Leaked Video Reveals Floyd's Arrest; Rep. Adam Kinzinger (R-IL) is Interviewed about Mail-in Voting, Stimulus and Russia; . Aired 9:30-10a
• President Donald Trump Says Pandemic Is Under Control As Positivity Rates Rise In 33 States; 27 States Reporting An Increase In New Deaths; President Donald Trump: Other Countries Having Big Spikes In Coronavirus Cases; Trump Says He Has "A Lot Of Respect" For Birx After Attacking Her; Court Filing Suggests Wide-Ranging Investigations Into Trump. Aired 12-12:30p ET
• Beirut Explosion; President Trump in Denial Over Coronavirus Pandemic?. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• Trump Says "It is What It is" as U.S. Death Toll Passes 155,000; Trump on John Lewis: "He Didn't Attend My Inauguration;" Georgia Reopens Coronavirus Field Hospital in Atlanta; Two Teenagers in Florida Die from COVID-19 Complications; Futures Down Slightly Amid Stimulus Negotiations. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• Trump Falsely Claims Virus is "Under Control" as Death Toll Rises; Video of Jonathan Swan's Interview with Trump; Trump Denies Virus Reality. Aired 11-11:30a ET
• Nurse Survives Heart, Lung Failure in 117 Day Fight With COVID; Leaked Video Reveals New Details of George Floyd's Fatal Arrest; Pelosi Says Stimulus Price She Will Settle for Is $3.4 Trillion. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• Coronavirus Pandemic; Massive Explosion Hits Beirut Port; Five States Holding 2020 Primary Today. Aired 12:30-1p ET
• Nevada Becomes 8th State Moving Toward Mail-In Ballots for November Election; State Senate Majority Leader, Nicole Cannizzaro, (D-NV), Discusses Mail-In Ballots, Trump's Opposition; Update on Coronavirus Responses Across the Country; Dr. Edith Bracho-Sanchez Discusses Startling Similarities Between Anti-Maskers and Anti- Vaxxers. Aired 11:30a-12p ET
• Kansas City Mayor: Put On A Damn Mask; Trumps Continues Claims Of Mail-In Voting Fraud, Without Evidence; College Football Star Opts Out Of Senior Season Citing Deep Concerns Over Coronavirus. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• Trump Demands Schools Open While Dismissing The Science; Teacher Decides To Retire Rather Than Return To Classroom; Update On Coronavirus Responses Around The Country; Massive Explosion Rocks Beirut; San Francisco: From Early COVID Success To Hotspot. Aired 1:30-2p ET
• Trump Makes False Claims About U.S. Testing, Death Rates; Trump Defends Holding Tulsa Rally By Touting T.V. Ratings; Teachers, Students & Parents Protest Reopening Schools. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• Fact-Check On Trump Comparing U.S. To Other Nations On Pandemic; Trump Reverses Himself On Mail-In Voting But Only In Florida; Interview With Trump 2020 Campaign Senior Advisor, Mercedes Schlapp. Aired 2:30-3p ET


August 03, 2020
• Victoria, Australia Enacts New Lockdown Measures; Kurds Displaced And Helpless Since U.S. Forces Abandoned Them; Retired Nurse Answers Call To Help During Outbreak; CDC Forecast 19,000 Americans to Die of COVID-19 in Three Weeks; Tropical Storm Isaias Nearing Florida and Heading Towards the Carolinas; Thousands Evacuate in Southern California Wildfire; Microsoft in Talks to Purchase TikTok; New Role for Anthony Tata in Pentagon; White House and Lawmakers Resume Stimulus Talks; Victoria, Australia Declares State of Disaster. Aired 2-3a ET
• Dr. Birx: U.S. in 'New Phase' with More Widespread Cases; Analyzing Importance of T Cells in Virus Treatments; Tropical Storm Isaias Off Coast of Florida; Victoria, Australia, Enacts Strict New Lockdown Measures; NASA Astronauts Splash Down in SpaceX Capsule; Brazil Reporting More Than 94,000 Coronavirus Deaths; Renters Fear Eviction as Unemployment Bonus Ends; India Surpasses 1.8 Million COVID Infections; Trump Places Failed Pentagon Nominee in Another Post; Kurds Displaced & Helpless Since U.S. Forces Abandoned Them. Aired 12- 1a ET
• Lawmakers Working on Stimulus Package; Germans Protests Amid a Pandemic; No Warning for Muslims; Trump Bans Chinese Companies; SpaceX's Mission Accomplished; Dr. Deborah Birx with Stark Warning; Leadership Matters in a Pandemic; Tropical Storm Isaias on Its Way to the East Coast; Florida Facing Two Huge Challenges; Australia Under Strict Lockdown. Aired 3-4a ET
• U.S. East Coast On Alert For Tropical Storm Isaias; Microsoft In Talks To Buy TikTok; No Agreement On $600 Monthly Relief Package; Trump Begins Election Roadblock Tactics; Hurricane Watches Issued as Isaias Heads Toward Carolinas; Dr. Birx: U.S. in New Phase with More Widespread Cases; Brazil Reporting More than 94,000 Coronavirus Deaths; U.K. Orders Strict Lockdown Hours before Muslim Holiday; India Says it Has Surpassed 1.8 Million Cases; NASA Astronauts Splash Down in SpaceX Capsule. Aired 1-2a ET
• Dr. Birx: U.S. in New Phase with More Widespread Cases; Warnings Extended as Storm Isaias Moves Along U.S. East Coast; California Wildfire Forces Thousands from Their Homes; Australia's Sate of Victoria Imposing New Restrictions; "Major Incident" Declared in Greater Manchester. Aired 4-4:30a ET
• U.S. Nearing 4.7 Million Cases, Almost 155,000 Deaths; $600 Unemployment Benefit Expires, No Agreement on New Relief Bill. Aired 10-10:30a ET
• Microsoft Pushing Ahead with Talks to Purchase TikTok; U.S. Lawmakers to Resume Talks with White House; Some Renters Fear Eviction as Unemployment Bonus Ends; Brazil Reporting More Than 94,000 Coronavirus Deaths; Brazilian President Keeps Downplaying Threat of Pandemic; Kurds Displaced and Helpless Since U.S. Forces Abandoned Them; Baseball Player opts Out of Season Without Alerting Team; NASA Astronauts Splash Down in SpaceX Capsule. Aired 4:30-5a ET
• Trump Attacks Birx for First Time as She Warns of New Outbreaks; Virus Mutations can Have an Effect on Vaccine Development; Trump Speaks after Criticizing Birx over Her COVID Warnings. Aired 1- 1:30p ET
• Hurricane And Tropical Storm Watches And Warnings From Florida to Maine as Tropical Storm Isaias Heads For The U.S.; A Possible Setback for the Largest School District in Georgia After Over 200 Employees Have Either Tested Positive for COVID-19 or Have Been Exposed. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• Oklahoma Teacher on Resuming School; Pentagon Pick Placed in New Role; NYC Sees More Shootings; Peter Navarro is Interviewed about TikTok. Aired 9:30-10a
• California Outbreak; Should Schools Reopen?; Trump Attacks Dr. Birx. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• California Becomes First State with 500,000 Cases; Florida Testing Sites Reopen After Closing Due to Tropical Storm Isaias; Lawmakers Resumes Negotiations Over Coronavirus Relief Bill; Giroir: Arizona and Texas Showing "Downward Trajectory" in COVID-19 Cases; Arizona Congressman Grijalva Tests Positive for COVID-19. Aired 9- 9:30a ET
• No Word on Stimulus Deal as Negotiators Met for 2 Hours; All The Promises Trump Has Made But Not Kept on Health Care; Positive Cases Spark MLB Schedule Changes, New Safety Concerns; MLB Season in Doubt Now; Ohio High School Athletes Must Be Tested Before Playing Sports; 100 Million+ At Risk as Isaias Moves Up East Coast. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• Trump Keeps Pushing Drug Despite Warnings, Task Force Disputing Claims; Trump Task Force Doctors, Scientists Keep Contradicting Him; Rural Areas in U.S. Rising Number of Cases; NYC Sheriff Makes Arrests in Illegal Boat Party Amid Pandemic; Mom Warns After 2-Year-Old Son Infected, Showing All Symptoms; NY Prosecutors Suggest Probe of Trump for Possible Fraud. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• Trump Attacks Dr. Birx for 1st Time After she Issues New Warning about More Widespread Cases in U.S.; 3 Indiana Schools Deal with Cases of COVID-19 as They Reopen; Tech Giant Microsoft in Talks with Trump about Buying TikTok; Graham Brookie Discusses Microsoft Pursuing TikTok, Security Concerns. Aired 11-11:30a ET
• MLB Season In Doubt After Outbreaks On Marlins, Cardinals; Negotiations Stall Between Dems, GOP On Stimulus Package; Biden's Vice Presidential Vetting Narrows To Five Candidates. Aired 12:30-1p ET
• "Reality Check": Still Awaiting Health Care Plan Trump Promised Two Weeks Ago; An Entire Family Infected With COVID, Including Newborn Baby; NJ Federal Judge Speaks Out About Deadly Attack; East Coast Braces For Tropical Storm Isaias. Aired 11:30a-12p ET
• U.S. Records Nearly 1.9 Million Cases In July; President Donald Trump Misleads On Coronavirus As Back-To-Back-School Season Arrives; President Donald Trump Attacks Dr. Birx After She Said Virus Is "Widespread" In U.S.; Trump Campaign, RNC Work To Limit Expansion Of Mail-In Voting; MLB Season In Doubt After Outbreaks On Marlins, Cardinals. Aired 12-12:30p ET
• Trump Holds Press Conference; Dr. Paul Offit Discusses Trump Saying Good News On Therapeutics, Vaccines, Trump Again Touting Hydroxychloroquine; Trump Calls For Firing Of Head Of Tennessee Valley Authority; Birx: U.S. In "New Phase" Of Pandemic, More Widespread Cases; Treasury Secretary: Relief Benefits A Disincentive To Finding Work. Aired 1:30-2p ET
• NY Prosecutors Suggest Probe Of Trump For Possible Fraud; Update On Coronavirus Responses From Around The World; NJ Federal Judge Speaks Out About Deadly Attack; Boston Marathon Bombing Survivor Reacts To Court Vacating Death Penalty For Bomber. Aired 2:30-3p ET


August 02, 2020
• Florida Braces for Possible Hurricane amid Pandemic; Florida Hospitals Prepare for Big Storm amid Pandemic; Negotiators Still Far Apart on New U.S. Stimulus Package; 99th Hurricane on Record to Track through Bahamas; GOP Convention in Charlotte Closed to Press; Trump Claims Mail-in Voting Will Lead to "Rigged" Election; Few Countries Allowing Unrestricted Travel from U.S.; COVID-19 Outbreak a Blow to Paris Tourism Industry. Aired 12-1a ET
• Florida Braces for Possible Hurricane amid Pandemic; Florida Hospitals Prepare for Big Storm amid Pandemic; Negotiators Still Far Apart on New U.S. Stimulus Package; Los Angeles Church Gives Food to Thousands in Need; 99th Hurricane on Record to Track through Bahamas; Phase 3 Trial Begins in U.S. Hopes of Vaccine; "Operation LeGend" Brings Federal Agents into Chicago. Aired 1-2a ET
• Florida Braces for Possible Hurricane amid Pandemic; 99th Hurricane on Record to Track through Bahamas; Negotiators Still Far Apart on New U.S. Stimulus Package; Berlin Protest against Virus Limitations Draws Thousands; TikTok Scoffs at Trump's Ban Threat; Thousands Protest Netanyahu in Jerusalem; China Accused of Violent Victimization of Uyghur Women; Italy Turns Masks into Fashion Statement. Aired 2-3a ET
• Florida Prepares For Big Storm Amid Pandemic; Astronauts Head Home On SpaceX Capsule; New School Year Brings Fears Of Virus Among Kids; U.K. Scores 90 Million In-Development Vaccine Doses; Doctors Observe Many Young People Ignoring Safety Guidance; Hundreds Of California Firefighters Battling Blaze In Scorching Heat; Los Angeles Church Gives Food To Thousands In Need; TikTok Scoffs At Trump's Ban Threat; Thousands Protest Netanyahu In Jerusalem. Aired 3-4a ET
• Florida Prepares For Big Storm Amid Pandemic; Virologist Says U.K. Must Choose Between Pubs Or Schools; TikTok Scoffs At Trump's Ban Threat; NOAA Storm Trackers Now In The Air To Assess Isaias; New School Year Brings Fears Of Virus Among Kids; Australia's State Of Victoria Declares Tight Restrictions. Aired 4-5a ET
• U.S. In New Phase Of Pandemic And Hydroxychloroquine Not A Treatment; Speaker Pelosi Has No Confidence Towards Dr. Deborah Birx; Tropical Storm Isaias Heads Towards Florida And The Carolinas; NASA Astronauts Safely Returns To Earth; Jared Kushner's Secret Plan On National Testing Scrapped; Pres. Trump Suggests Delaying Election; Pentagon Releases UFO Encounter Reports. Aired 5-6p ET
• Dems, White House Locked In Stalemate Over Enhanced Unemployment Benefits; Brix Warns U.S. In "New Phase" Of Pandemic, More Widespread Cases; Pandemic Slows Communication Between Emergency Staff In Florida; Millions Face Crisis As Unemployment Benefits Expire; SpaceX's Crew Dragon Capsule Splashes Down Off Florida Coast. Aired 2-3p ET
• SpaceX Crew Dragon Capsule Splashes Down Off Florida Coast. Aired 3-4p ET
• NASA Astronauts Return To Earth After Historic SpaceX Mission; Nancy Pelosi Says She Has No Confidence In Dr. Deborah Birx; Birx: Cases, Hospitalizations Show "Reassuring" Signs; Dozens Seen Partying At CA Bar As Owners Say Event Meant To "Honor First Responders"; Trump Floats Delaying Election, Which He Has No Authority To Do. Aired 4-5p ET
• Florida Prepares for Big Storm amid Pandemic; U.S. Deaths Top 1,000 for Six Consecutive Days; Millions of Renters Could Face Eviction Later This Year; Los Angeles Church Gives Food to Thousands in Need; Astronauts Head Home on SpaceX Capsule; NASA Looks for Evidence of Ancient Life on Mars. Aired 5-6a ET
• Florida Nears 500,000 Cases as Tropical Storm Disrupts State; Millions Fear Eviction as White House, Democrats in Stalemate Over Stimulus; Negotiations on Stimulus Package Continue as Benefits Expire. Aired 6-7p ET


August 01, 2020
• Trump Campaigns in Florida as COVID-19 Deaths Surge; "The Lancet": False Information about Coronavirus Is Public Health Threat; U.S. Still Sees Debate on Wearing Masks, Social Distancing; Belgium Sees New Cases Jump 91 Percent; Mexico Now Has Third Highest Death Toll; Hong Kong Issues Warrants for Six Activists; No New U.S. Stimulus Package, Extra Jobless Benefit Expires; U.S. Economy Sees Worst Drop on Record; New Postal Policies Raising Concerns about Mail- in Ballots. Aired 2-3a ET
• U.S. Still Sees Debate on Wearing Masks, Social Distancing; "The Lancet": False Information about Coronavirus Is Public Health Threat; Hurricane Hits the Bahamas as COVID-19 Cases Rise; Hong Kong Issues Warrants for Six Activists; Protesters Gather in Downtown Portland, Oregon; Football Star Cesc Fabregas on Career, Family. Aired 3-3:30a ET
• "The Lancet": False Information about Coronavirus Is Public Health Threat; Summer Camp Outbreak a Warning to Schools; Trump Campaigns in Florida as COVID-19 Deaths Surge; Hurricane Hits the Bahamas as COVID-19 Cases Rise; New Postal Policies Raising Concerns about Mail-in Ballots; Massive Global Effort to Find Effective COVID- 19 Treatments; U.K. Ending "Shielding" Guidance for Medically Vulnerable; Hong Kong Issues Warrants for Six Activists; Sports Leagues Innovate to Deal with COVID-19 Crisis. Aired 4-5a ET
• New Jersey Experiencing Increase in Coronavirus Cases; CDC Forecasts 20,000 More Deaths Due to Coronavirus in U.S. by Late August; Coronavirus Outbreak Occurs in Children's Summer Camp in Georgia; Witness in Impeachment Trial of President Trump Lieutenant Colonel Alexander Vindman Retires from U.S. Military; President Trump Attempts to Ban Chinese App TikTok from U.S.; Hurricane Isaias Threatens Landfall in Florida or North Carolina. Aired 10-11a ET
• Trump Campaigns In Florida As COVID-19 Deaths Surge; "The Lancet": False Information About Coronavirus Is Public Health Threat; Summer Camp Outbreak A Warning To Schools; WHO: Over 292K Cases Set New One-Day Record; Hurricane Hits The Bahamas As COVID-19 Cases Rise; U.K. Ending "Shielding" Guidance For Medically Vulnerable; U.S. Still Sees Debate On Wearing Masks, Social Distancing; New York Has Yet To Certify District's Primary Results. Aired 5-6a ET
• White House, Dems Hold Talks On Deal As $600 Unemployment Benefit Expires; Hurricane Warnings Issued For Part Of Florida Amid Pandemic; Hundreds Infected At Georgia Camp In Just Days; Trump Warns He Will Ban Video App Tiktok From U.S.; MLB Season In Doubt After More Positive Tests. Aired 11a-12p ET
• CDC Forecasts 20,000 More Deaths Due To Coronavirus In U.S. By Late August; Enhanced Unemployment Benefits Expire As Congress Continues Negotiations Regarding Economic Stimulus Package; Hurricane Isaias Threatens U.S. East Coast From Florida To Maine; Miami-Dade County Mayor Carlos Gimenez (R) Is Interviewed On Sheltering Due To Hurricane During Coronavirus Pandemic; New Jersey Governor Warns Of Increasing Cases Of Coronavirus. Aired 2-3p ET
• Hurricane Isaias Barrels Towards Florida, Landfall Possible Tomorrow; Red Cross Won't Staff Evacuation Shelters In Miami-Dade; White House, Democrats Hold Talks On Deal As $600 Unemployment Benefit Expires; CDC: Hundreds Infected At Georgia Camp In Just Days; Trump Floats Delaying Election Despite Lack Of Authority To Do So; Battle Between Feds And Chicago Over Gun Violence. Aired 12-1p ET
• Florida Braces For Hurricane Amid COVID-19 Surge; Trump Downplays Virus Threat In Visit To Hard-Hit Florida; L.A. Food Banks See Surge In Demand As Unemployment Benefits Expire; U.S. Reports Worst Economic Plunge On Record; Schumer Calls Stimulus Meeting "Progress, But A Ways To Go;" Rep. Raul Grijalva (D-AZ) Tests Positive For Coronavirus. Aired 3-4p ET
• Hopes And Fears As Georgia School Reopens Its Doors; Florida Braces For Hurricane Amid COVID-19 Surge; Source: Trump's Own Intelligence Officials Contradict His Claims Of Mail-In Voting Fraud; Joe Lockhart: Biden Shouldn't Even Debate Trump; Trump Warns He Will Ban Video App TikTok From U.S.; Vindman Begins Retirement With Scathing Rebuke Of Trump; Nine-Year-Old Boy Killed In Shooting In Chicago. Aired 4-5p ET
• Arizona Rep Grijalva Tests Positive For Coronavirus; Florida Closes State-Run COVID Testing Sites Due To Storm; Teachers And Parents Weigh Safety Of Reopening Schools; Moderna Begins First Phase 3 Clinical Trial Of Vaccine In U.S.; Trump Ramps Up Effort To Sow Doubt In 2010 Vote, Warns Of "Greatest Election Disaster In History"; Big Parties And Crowds Raise Fears Of Covid-19 Clusters. Aired 6-7p ET
• Seventy Million In Path Of Hurricane Isaias; First Student Going Back To School In Rural County; Hundreds Infected At Georgia Camp In Just Days; Atlanta Police To Stop Responding To Non-Injury Car Accidents Due To COVID-19 Concerns; North Korea Claims It Is Developing A COVID-19 Vaccine; Fatal Great White Attack In Maine & Shark Sightings In NY Prompt Beach Closures And Restrictions. Aired 1- 2p ET
• Press Conference With Gov. Ron DeSantis (R-FL); Georgia Camp COVID Outbreak; Florida Reports Thousands Of COVID Cases; L.A. Food Banks See Surge In Demand As Unemployment Benefits Expire; New Polls Suggest Uphill Climb For Trump Reelection, Even In Georgia; Trump's Economic Approval Rating Drops Since January; Dr. Sanjay Gupta Speaks To NFL Chief Medical Officer On Keeping People Safe. Aired 5-6p ET


July 31, 2020
• Did Not Air 2-3a ET
• President Trump with Another False Claim; Coronavirus Vaccine Not a Magic Bullet; Brazil's First Lady Tested Positive; Trump Fears of Mail-in Voter Fraud; U.S. GDP Nosedive in Q2; Nation Bid Goodbye to an Icon; Record Heat Forecast For Western Europe Summer Heat Wave; Criminal Investigations Opened Against FIFA President; China Accused Of Abusive Campaign Against Uyghur Women; Seaweeds to Help Fight Water Pollution in Indonesia; NBA Games Resumes. Aired 3-4a ET
• Key model Projects 230,000+ U.S. Deaths by November; Trump Floats Election Delay Despite No Authority to Do So; U.S. Experiences Worst Economic Plunge on Record; Examining the Mental & Emotional Effects of COVID-19; Thailand Claims It's Eliminated Community Transmission; China Accused of Abusive Campaign Against Uyghur Women; Indonesian Company makes Plastics from Seaweed. Aired 12-1a ET
• COVID Cases Spiral, GDP Numbers Sink; Single Gathering Transmission Behind West China Flare Up; Trump Casts Doubt on November Election; U.S. Experiences Worst Economic Plunge on Record; Tower of London Beefeaters Face Layoffs for the First Time; Hottest Temperatures of Year Expected in Western Europe; Kicking Out the Coronavirus; Smaller Crowds Participate in Hajj's First Ritual; Final Farewell to Civil Rights Icon Rep. John Lewis. Aired 1-2a ET
• Eviction Threat Looms for Millions of Americans; U.S. Suffers Worst Quarterly GDP Drop on Record; Oregon State Troops Take Over in Portland; Isaias Strengthens Into A Hurricane; Warning Over Protests in Israel; Tower of London Beefeaters Face Layoffs for the First Time; NBA Returns to the Court After Almost Five Months. Aired 4:30-5a ET
• Fauci, Top Health Experts Testify on U.S. Virus Response. Aired 10-10:30a ET
• CDC Study Finds Efficient Spread of Virus among Kid Campers; Hurricane Barrels Toward Florida Amid Coronavirus Crisis; Senate Takes Long Weekend as Relief Expires for Millions. Aired 1-1:30p ET
• Fauci, Top Health Experts Testify on U.S. Virus Response. Aired 9:30-10a ET
• Health Experts Raise Concern on Virus Surging in Midwestern U.S.; California Struggling to Contain COVID-19; Trump Falsely Claims Children are Immune to Coronavirus; Trump Floats Election Delay Despite No Authority to Do So; Eviction Threat Looms for Millions of Americans. Aired 4-4:30a ET
• Fauci, Top Health Experts Testify on U.S. Virus Response; Fauci to Public: "Avoid Crowds of Any Type No Matter Where You Are". Aired 10:30-11a ET
• Fauci, Top Health Experts Testify On U.S. Virus Response; CDC Director: Actions of U.S. Public Key To "Beating This Pandemic"; CDC Director: Actions of U.S. Public Key To "Beating This Pandemic"; Fauci: Cautiously Optimistic A Vaccine Will Be Ready By End Of 2020. Aired 12-12:30p ET
• Teenager Charged With Twitter Hack; NBA Returns; Kids and Coronavirus; Hurricane Targets Florida; Interview With Fort Lauderdale, Florida, Mayor Dean Trantalis. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• Anthony Fauci, Top Health Experts to Testify on U.S. Virus Response. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• Fauci: Lack Of Total Shutdown Early Made Outbreak Worse In U.S.; GOP Lawmakers Openly Reject Trump's Tweet On Delaying Election; Former Presidents Praise John Lewis' Fight For Democracy, Voting Rights On Same Day Trump Tweets About Delaying November Election. Aired 12:30-1p ET
• Fauci, Top Health Experts Testify on U.S. Virus Response; Raskin Questioned Fauci on Statements Trump Made on Virus. Aired 11- 11:30a ET
• COVID-19 Cases Remain High Without National Plan; Florida Newspaper Calls on Ron DeSantis for COVID-19 Help; Michelle Bolsonaro Tests Positive for COVID-19. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• Fauci, Top Health Experts Testify on U.S. Virus Response. Aired 11:30a-12p ET.
• Senate Takes Long Weekend as Unemployment Relief Expires for Millions; Man Who Lost Mother to COVID-19 Has Message for Those Refusing to Wear Masks; The 37 Times Trump Has Been Soft on Russia. Aired 1:30-2p ET
• Interview with House Speaker Nancy Pelosi; Stuart Appelbaum, President, RWDS Union, Discusses Why Employees Should Not be Responsible for Enforcing Mask Use. Aired 2:30-3p ET
• NBA Returns To The Court After Almost Five Months; Trump's Own Intel Officials Contradict His Mail-In Voting Fraud Claims; US Surpasses 4.5 Million Confirmed Coronavirus Cases; DeSantis Defends Push To Reopen Schools As Cases Rises; Helping Navajo Elders During The Coronavirus Pandemic. Aired 3:30-4p ET


July 30, 2020
• President Trump Visits Hotspots Areas; Rep. Louie Gohmert Tested Positive; Mexico Facing Two Pandemics; France Reaps Lax on Rules; Germany Screen Travelers In and Out; Tech CEOs Pushback to Lawmakers; Many Brazilians Believe Unproven Drug Can Treat COVID-19; Hong Kong Braces for Third Wave of Coronavirus; Georgia School District Prepares To Open; A New Way To Dye Clothes And Reduce Water Pollution; Italy Makes Masks A Fashion Statement. Aired 3-4a ET
• California, Texas, Florida See Record Deaths; White House Pushes Unproven Drug Hydroxychloroquine; Experts Urge Reset as U.S. Tops 150,000 Deaths; Masks Mandated at U.S. House After Lawmaker Tests Positive; Federal Officers to Withdraw from Portland; Tech Leaders Face Lawmakers' Pointed Antitrust Questions. Aired 4-4:30a ET
• Trump Floats Delaying Election Despite Lack of Authority To Do So; FDA Says, We Will Not Cut Corners on Approving a Vaccine; California Records 197 Deaths, New Single-Day High. Aired 10-10:30a ET
• Experts Urge Reset as U.S. Tops 150K Deaths; Republican Rep. Louie Gohmert Tests Positive; Trump Embraces False Drug Claims, Ignores His Own Experts; Google, Apple Leaders Push Back on Antitrust Claims; Heartbreak in Texas as Virus Surges; Families of COVID-19 Victims Mourn Loss of Loved Ones; Trump Slashing U.S. Troop Levels in Germany; Hong Kong Arrests 4 Student Activists for 'Secession'; John Lewis' Voting Rights Legacy Gaining New Momentum; Zimbabwe Signs $3.5 Billion Deal to Repay White Farmers; Biologist Develops More Environmental Dye. Aired 12-1a ET
• Mexico's COVID Cases About To Make It World's No. 3; Expert Forecasts On Coronavirus Come True; Russian Vaccine In Demand; Trump Campaign Recruits Doctors And Opinion Makers; Many Brazilians Believe Unproven Drug Can Treat Virus; How Italy is Turning Masks into Fashion Statements; Tech Leaders Face Lawmakers' Pointed Antitrust Questions: Minneapolis Police Identify Man They Think Incited Riots. Aired 1-2a ET
• Trump Campaigns in Texas as Virus Surges in the State; South Texas Hit Especially Hard by COVID-19; Georgia School District Prepares to Open Friday; Russia: Growing Demand for Not-Yet-Approved Vaccine; Trump Slashing U.S. Troop Levels in Germany; Egypt Jails More Female Influencers Over TikTok Posts; NASA's Rover to Look for Signs of Past Life on Mars. Aired 4:30-5a ET
• Experts Urge Reset as U.S. Tops 150K Deaths; Florida Sees Record Deaths as Case Count Stabilizes; CDC: Virus Can Be Defeated if People Wear Masks; Google, Apple Leaders Push Back on Antitrust Claims; Analyst: Trump Taking Steps to Further Putin's Goals. Aired 2- 3a ET
• Trump Floats Delaying the Election; U.S. Reports Worst Quarter; Sen. Joe Manchin (D-WV) is Interviewed about the Election; NBA Season Restarts Tonight. Aired 9:30-10a ET
• Herman Cain Announced Dead from COVID-19 Today; Travel CEOs Issue Call for Increased Testing; John Lewis Penned Final Statement, Published in "The New York Times" Today as Former Presidents Gather for His Funeral. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• Dr. Birx Refutes Hydroxychloroquine Treatment; Herman Cain Dies After Contracting Coronavirus; Trump Floats Delaying Presidential Election. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• U.S. Reports Worst Economic Quarterly Drop in History; Florida Reports Record 216 Deaths in Single Day; COVID-19 Ravaging Entire South Texas Families; Funeral Service for Civil Rights Icon Representative John Lewis. Aired 9-9:30a ET
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• Birx Rebukes Trump's Hydrochloroquine Claim; About 850 People Dying Daily in U.S. from Coronavirus since February; Florida Sets Daily Death Record for 3rd Day; U.S. Economy Suffers Worst Quarter Plunge Ever as Cases Surge; Study Says Noninfected People May Already Have Some Immunity to COVID; JetBlue Tests UV Light Cleaning Robot on Planes. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• Funeral Service for Civil Rights Icon, the Late Congressman John Lewis; Interview with Atlanta Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms; Obama Subtly Compares Governor Wallace to Trump on Sending in Federal Troops. Aired 2:38-3p ET


July 29, 2020
• Russia Rushed Its COVID Vaccine; Trump Retweets Unvetted Information; Germany Ramps Up Action On Coronavirus; Muslim Pilgrims Critically Chosen; China Seeing COVID Cases Rise; Bolivians Resort to Dangerous Alternative; Five States Break Records for Most Deaths in One Day; Teacher's Warning About Socially Distanced Classes; Combative Hearing of Attorney General Against the Democrats; Australia Bushfire Killed More Animals Than Reported; Inventor Keeps Textile Waste Out of Our Water. Aired 3-4a ET
• Dire Warning From Some Of The Top Medical Colleges, Scientists And Physicians On The Coronavirus; California Reports A Sharp Decrease In Coronavirus Cases; Dr. Davidson Talks About The Amount Of Work Needing Put In To This Pandemic While Awaiting A Vaccine. Aired 9- 9:30a ET
• Trump Speaks Ahead of His Trip to COVID Hotspot Texas; Mnuchin Says, Democrats, GOP Very Far Apart on COVID Stimulus Deal. Aired 10- 10:30a ET
• Florida Sees Cases Spike, Record Daily Death Toll; Democrats Clash with Barr on Host of Issues; U.S. Lawmakers to Question Tech Leaders on Competition; Innovator Develops New Solution to Toxic Wastewater; Russia Claims First Coronavirus Vaccine Within Two Weeks; Five U.S. States Break Records for Most Deaths in One Day; White House Recommends Some States Close Bars; Mexicans Travel to U.S. for Coronavirus Treatment; India Nears 1.5 Million Confirmed Cases; China Reports Highest Number of New Cases since April; Baseball Season in Question as Positive Tests Grow. Aired 12-1a ET
• COVID Second Wave Crashes And Spikes In Europe, India And Asia; Russian COVID Vaccine Ready In Weeks; Barr Pushes Back In Dem Hearing; Bolivia Declares "Public Calamity" as Crisis Grows; Air Traffic Won't Return to Normal Until 2024; Mounting Concerns as Hundreds Gather for Parties in the U.S.; Bushfires Impact Billions of Animals in Australia; U.S. Lawmakers to Question Tech Leaders on Competition; Baseball Season in Question as Positive Tests Grow. Aired 1-2a ET
• Democrats Clash with Barr on Hose of Issues; U.S. Lawmakers to Question Tech Leaders on Competition; Teacher's Warning About Socially Distanced Classes; Miami Marlins' Season on Hold as More Players Test Positive; Pro Sports Scramble to Keep Players Safe as Cases Rise; NFL Cancels Preseason Games Ahead of Uncertain 2020 Season. Aired 4:30-5a ET
• Russia Claims First Coronavirus Vaccine Within Two Weeks; Trump: "Nobody Likes Me"; British Prime Minister Warns Europe Is Seeing Signs of "Second Wave"; CDC: Trump Slow to Recognize Threat from Europe; Democrats Clash with Attorney General on Host of Issues. Aired 2-3a ET
• Trump Admits Failing to Confront Putin Over Russian Bounties; Republican Congressman Tests Positive For Coronavirus; Trump Continues to Push Hydroxychloroquine. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• Latina Women Among Hardest Hit by Unemployment; Amazon, Apple, Facebook, and Google CEOs to Testify Before Congress Today; Marlins Team Games on Pause as COVID-19 Cases Climb. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• Republicans Divided over Stimulus Plan; Lawmakers to Grill Tech CEOs; Trump Takes Reporter's Questions. Aired 9:30-10a
• Top Tech Leaders Face Grilling In Capitol Hill Hearing; Biden To Announce Running Mate Next Week; Trump: Bounties On U.S. Troops Did Not Come Up In Call With Putin. Aired 12:30-1p ET
• U.S. Averaging 64,000+ New Cases Per Day over Past 7 Days; Florida Reports Highest Single-Day Death Toll for 2nd Straight Day; Dr. Mizuho Morrison Discusses California's Dramatic Spike in Single- Day New Cases, Deaths & Trump Saying He Likes "Therapeutics" for COVID-19; Trump Revives Push for Hydroxychloroquine, Contradicts Experts; Trump: Pandemic Response Approval Based on "Personality"; Trump Blames Democrats for Coronavirus Relief Hurdle. Aired 11-11:30a ET
• Live: Lawmakers Grill Big Tech CEOs in Historic Hearing on Power. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• NFL Players Opting Out of Season Amid Virus Concerns; MLB's Season Thrown into Disarray Over Marlin's Virus Outbreak; Florida Breaks Daily Death Toll; 29 Year Old Health Care Worker Dies from COVID; Kavanaugh Urged Supreme Court Colleagues to Avoid Abortion Ruling; Congress Grills CEOs of Major Tech Companies. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• Trump Blames Democrats For Coronavirus Relief Hurdle; Miami Marlins On Pause Over Team's COVID Outbreak; GOP Rep. Louie Gohmert Tests Positive For Coronavirus; Dr. Arthur Caplan Discusses Danger Of Sports Amid COVID Pandemic; Soon, Fed Chair Powell Expected To Give Economic Update, Rate Decisions. Aired 11:30a-12p ET
• AAMC Says, U.S. May See Deaths In Multiple Hundreds Of Thousands; Study Shows Statewide School Closures Linked To One Million Fewer Cases; As Americans Die, Trump Touts Unproven Drug. Aired 1- 1:30p ET
• President Donald Trump Again Pushes Drug As COVID Treatment, Against Scientific Evidence; U.S. Approaches 150,000 Deaths As Cases Surge; Russia Plans To Start Mass Production Of Vaccine By September; GOP Texas Congressman Gohmert Tests Positive For COVID-19; Top Tech Leaders Face Grilling In Capitol Hill Hearing. Aired 12-12:30p ET
• As Americans Die, Trump Touts Unproven Drug & "Alien DNA" Doctor; Trump Dismisses Reported Russian Bounties On U.S. Troops; GOP Rep. Louie Gohmert Tests Positive For Coronavirus: Big Tech CEOs Face Lawmakers In Historic Hearing. Aired 1:30-2p ET
• Live: Lawmakers Grill Big Tech CEOs In Historic Hearing On Power; GOP Rep. Louie Gohmert Tests Positive For Coronavirus; Emory's Dr. Carlos del Rio Discusses Louie Gohmert Testing Positive. Aired 2:30-3p ET
• Several States Break Records for Most Deaths in One Day; Trump Again Touts Unproven Drug Hydroxychloroquine; Biden Slams Trump's Handling of Pandemic. Aired 4-4:30a ET


July 28, 2020
• COVID Vaccine on its Phase Three Trial; Top White House Adviser Tested Positive; Australia With Impressive ICU Survival Rates; European Countries Seeing a Spike in Coronavirus; China Release New Data on COVID Cases; Thousands Signed Up for Coronavirus Vaccine Testing In Brazil; U.K. Decision to Reinstate Quarantine on Travelers from Spain; U.S. Lawmakers Divided on Stimulus Package; American Consulate In Western China Shut Down; Gary Bencheghib on Bali's Waste System; U.S. Honors Late Civil Rights Icon And Congressman John Lewis. Aired 3-4a ET
• Trump Defends Testing Efforts, Urges States to Reopen; First Phase 3 Clinical Trial for Vaccine in U.S. Begins; U.S. Still Grappling with Spikes Months into Crisis; Rising New Cases Putting a Strain on Hospitals; Trump Changes COVID-19 Strategy 3 months Out from Election; Republicans Unveil Controversial $1 Trillion Stimulus Bill; study Shows Australian ICU Patients Have 85 Percent Survival Rate; Arrivals in Germany from High-Risk Areas to Be Tested; Countries in Middle East, North Africa Reimpose Restrictions. Aired 4-4:30a ET
• Rep. Jerry Nadler (D-NY) in Car Accident, Barr Hearing Delayed; Twitter Restricts Donald Trump Jr.'s Account After he Shared Coronavirus Misinformation Video; Attorney General Barr Arrives for House Judiciary Hearing. Aired 10-10:30a ET
• Phase Three Vaccine Volunteer Given Historic First Shot; World Reels With COVID's "Second Wind"; Polls Show Biden Gaining Ground; Researchers Testing Vaccine Candidates in Brazil; Confirmed Cases Top 70,000 in Bolivia. Spain PM: U.K. Decision to Reinstate Quarantine Misfit; U.K. PM Says "I was Too Fat" as He Wants Nation to Slim; Portland Mayor Demands Ceasefire Meeting with DHS; WH National Security Adviser Tests Positive for COVID-19; Google Employees to Work from Home Until 2021. Aired 1-2a ET
• First Phase-3 Vaccine Trail Begins in U.S.; Trump Claims Internal Polling Shows Him Ahead; Could a Vaccine Help Trump Win the Election?; U.S. Attorney General Set to Testify Before House Committee; Portland Mayor Demands Meeting with Homeland Security Chief; Miami Marlins' COVID-19 Outbreak has Baseball on Edge; Google Employees to Work from Home Until 2021. Aired 4:30-5a ET
• U.S. Still Grappling with COVID-19 Spikes Months into Crisis; Hong Kong Authorities Crack Down on Coronavirus Restrictions; Final Phase Vaccine Trials Begin in U.S.; Trump Claims Internal Polling Shows Him Ahead; Trump Asked about Russian Bounties on U.S. Troops; Spanish P.M.: U.K. Decision to Reinstate Quarantine 'Misfit'; Kenya Clamps Down after Spike in Confirmed Cases; White House National Security Adviser Tests Positive for COVID-19; Republicans Unveil Controversial Stimulus Bill; American Consulate in Western China is Shut Down; Working to Clean up Bali's Waterways; Rep. John Lewis Lies in State in Capitol. Aired 12-1a ET
• First Phase-3 Vaccine Trial Begins In U.S.; Google Employees To Work From Home Until 2021; Trump Defends Deploying Federal Forces To U.S. Cities. Aired 2-3a ET
• Nadler in Car Accident; MLB to Continue Season; China's Spike in Covid-19 Cases; Germany Sees Rise in Cases; Brazil Coronavirus Vaccine Trials; National Guard Major Disputes Administration. Aired 9:30-10a
• Attorney General William Barr Testifies Before House Lawmakers; AG Barr Faces Grilling From House Judiciary Democrats; Barr Disputes There Is Systemic Racism In Policing; Barr: Calls To Defund Police Are "Grossly Irresponsible"; Barr Addresses Questions On Michael Flynn Case. Aired 12-12:30p ET
• Bill Barr Judiciary Hearing Delayed by Rep. Jerry Nadler (D-NY) Car Accident This Morning; Use of Force in Response to Protests Expected to be Issue at Hearing; Bill Barr Opening Statement Distorts Black Lives Matter Statistics. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• Any Moment, Attorney General Barr to Testify Before House Panel; Democrats' Grievances Against Barr DOJ; A.G. Barr Faces Grilling from Judiciary Committee Democrats. Aired 11-11:30a ET
• A.G. Barr Testifies Before House Lawmakers; Democrats Question A.G. Barr. Aired 2:30-3p ET
• A.G. Barr Faces Grilling from House Judiciary Democrats; Attorney General Barr Testifies Before House Lawmakers. Aired 11:30a- 12p ET.
• Live Coverage of Bill Barr's Testimony Before the House Judiciary Committee. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• Dr. Fauci Responds to Trump Retweet Touting Hydroxychloroquine; 49 Hospitals in Florida Reach ICU Capacity; California Governor Urges Residents to "Wake Up" as Deaths Rise; GOP Unveils $1 Trillion Relief Plan; Attorney General Barr to Testify Before House Judicial Committee Soon; Birx Warns of Rise in COVID Positivity Rates in Tennessee. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• Biden Addresses Systemic Racism in Economic Speech; Biden Says Trump Stoking Division Is the Last Thing We Need; AG Barr Testifies Before House. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• Attorney General Barr Testifies Before House Lawmakers. Aired 12:30-1p ET
• Attorney General Bill Barr Testifies Before Congress; Joe Biden Delivers Address in Delaware. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• Attorney General Barr Testifies Before House Lawmakers. Aired 1-1:30p ET
• Attorney General Testifies Before House Lawmakers. Aired 1:30- 2p ET


July 27, 2020
• More Delays on COVID Test Results; Brazil's President Out of the Woods; Britain Release New Rules for Travelers; South Africa with Highest Coronavirus Cases; Hurricane Hanna Done in Texas; U.S. Consulate Closed in Chengdu. GOP Republicans with New Stimulus Package; U.S. Republicans to Propose $1 Trillion Stimulus Plan; Australia's Victoria State Sees Record Number of Coronavirus Cases; Protests and Tensions in Portland Over Dispatch of Federal Agents; South African Surfers Cleaning Up Plastic from Ocean; Final Day of English Premier League. Aired 3-4a ET
• Cases Rise and ICU Beds Fill Up in Florida; Emotional Toll of Fighting COVID-19 on Healthcare Workers; U.S. Consulate in Western China Shutting Down; U.S. Republicans to Propose $1 Trillion Stimulus Plan; Georgia's Battle Over How to Reopen Schools; Final Journey of Congressman John Lewis; Travelers from Spain to U.K. and Norway Must Quarantine. Aired 12-1a ET
• Top Covid Caseloads: US & Brazil Still Lead The World; US Military Base Outbreak Alarms Okinawa Residents; China Locks Down And Locks Out US Diplomats In Chengdu; Republican Stimulus Plan; U.K. Tourists Surprised by Quarantine Order; Island-Hopping Cruise Resumes in Taiwan; How One California Family Fought the Virus Together; Official: U.S. Has Enough Tests for Anyone Who Needs One. Aired 1-2a ET
• National Security Adviser Robert O'Brien Positive for Coronavirus; 150+ Medical Experts Call on Lawmakers to Shut Down and Start Over; Body of Rep. John Lewis (D-GA) to Lie in State at U.S. Capitol. Aired 10-10:30a ET
• 23 U.S. States Report Jump in New Cases; U.S. Official: Turnaround Times for Testing Still Too Long; Cases Rise and ICU Beds Fill Up in Florida; ICU Nurse Describes Emotion of Working Through Crisis; Brazil Records More Than 2.4 Million Infections; Brazilian President Accused of Crimes Against Humanity; Travelers From Spain to U.K. Must Quarantine; Hurricane Hanna Downgraded to Tropical Depression; Hurricane Douglas Threatens Parts of Hawaii; American Consulate in Western China Shut Down. Aired 4-4:30a ET
• California Restaurants Struggle Under Pandemic; U.S. Republicans to Propose $1 Trillion Stimulus Plan; Plan Caps Unemployment at 70 Percent of Wages; France Reports Daily Cases Jump Back to May's Level; Tensions in Portland Over Dispatch of Federal Agents; Final Journey of U.S. Congressman and Civil Rights Icon John Lewis. Aired 4:30-5a ET
• Interview with Rep. Jim Clyburn (D-SC); Interview with San Diego Mayor Kevin Faulconer; Interview with Former Secretary of Homeland Security Tom Ridge. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• U.S. States Still Seeing Spikes of New Coronavirus Cases; Brazil has the World's Second Largest Outbreak Second to the U.S.; U.K. and Norway Imposing Quarantine for Travelers from Spain; Hurricane Douglas Closes In on Hawaii; U.S. Consulate in Chengdu Closes. Aired 2-3a ET
• Biden Leading Trump in Polls; Hurricane Hits Texas; Coronavirus Outbreak Hits Major League Baseball; U.S. National Security Adviser Tests Positive For COVID-19. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• Robert O'Brien Tests Positive for Coronavirus; Portland Violence Continues; Google to Work at Home Through July 2021; NFL Plans for Safety; Stephan James Remembers John Lewis. Aired 9:30-10a
• Any Moment, Plane Carrying John Lewis Arrives in D.C. Area; Lewis Motorcade to Pass Important Landmarks; Plane Carrying John Lewis Arrives at Joint Base Andrews; Sen. Cory Booker (D-NY) Discusses His Friend and Mentor, John Lewis. Aired 11-11:30a ET
• Florida's Virus Cases in Children Jumped 34 Percent in 8 Days; Hurricane Hanna Lashes Virus-stricken Texas; Moderna Begins First Phase 3 Clinical Trial of Vaccine in U.S.; Senate GOP to Unveil Relief Bill with Scaled-Back Unemployment Aid; National Security Adviser Robert O'Brien Tests Positive for Coronavirus. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• Lewis's Motorcade Makes Its Way To U.S. Capitol. Aired 12:30-1p ET
• Live Coverage of John Lewis Lying in State at the Capitol; Sen. Mitch McConnell (R-KY) Speaks at Capitol; Rep. Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) Speaks at Capitol. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• John Lewis Motorcade Will Wind through D.C. to Capitol Building; Rep. William Lacy Clay (D-MO) Discusses His Dear Friend, Congressman John Lewis; Lewis to Lie in State in the U.S. Capitol Rotunda Today; White House National Security Adviser Tests Positive for COVID-19; COVID Cases Rising in 22 States, 28 States Report Steady or Downward Trend. Aired 11:30a-12p ET
• New Polls Show Trump Trailing Biden 99 Days Until Election; Trump Speaks as Coronavirus Cases Spike Nationwide; Trump Defends Pandemic Response in Visit to North Carolina. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• Thirteen States Saw Highest Seven-Day Averages For New Daily Cases Sunday; Testing Czar: Turnaround Times Are Still Too Long In The U.S.; Rep. John Lewis' Brother Remembers His Swearing In Ceremony; John Lewis Motorcade Makes Its Way To U.S. Capitol; Senate GOP To Unveil Relief Bill With Scaled-Back Unemployment Aid. Aired 12-12:30p ET
• The Late Civil Rights Icon, Rep. John Lewis (D-GA) Motorcade Makes Way To Capitol. Aired 1-1:30p ET
• Congressman John Lewis' Casket Arrives At The U.S. Capitol. Aired 1:30-2p ET
• Congressman John Lewis Lies In State At Capitol Rotunda; Trump On Lewis Ceremony: No, I Won't Be Going. Aired 2:30-3p ET


July 26, 2020
• Florida Officials Discuss How to Reopen Bars; ICUs Struggle with Flood of Patients; Hanna Makes Landfall as Category 1 Hurricane; Brazil's Bolsonaro Says Isolation is Worse than Virus; North Korea Reports First Suspected Case of COVID-19; Washington State Death Toll Rising Rapidly; New COVID-19 Cases Soaring across the United States; Military Veterans Face Off with Federal Officers in Portland; Parents, Drivers Face Bus Dilemma when U.S. Schools Reopen. Aired 2-3a ET
• Mexican President Refutes Scientific Reasoning Behind Masks; Florida Officials Discuss How To Reopen Bars; ICUs Struggle With Flood Of Patients; Military Veterans Face Off With Federal Officers In Portland; New COVID-19 Cases Soaring Across The United States; Brazil's Bolsonaro Says Isolation Is Worse Than Virus; North Korea Reports First Suspected Case Of COVID-19; South Texas Hit Hard By COVID-19 Spike; Remembering Regis Philbin, Legendary TV Personality. Aired 3-4a ET
• Brazil's Bolsonaro Says Isolation Is Worse Than Virus; ICUs Struggle With Flood Of Patients; New COVID-19 Cases Soaring Across The U.S.; South Texas Hit Hard By COVID-19 Spike; Military Veterans Face Off With Federal Officers In Portland; Brazil, Mexico, Peru And Chile Worst-Hit Latin American Countries; Memorials Begin For U.S. Congressman And Civil Rights Icon John Lewis; North Carolina City Offers Reparations For Black Residents; Remembering Regis Philbin, Legendary TV Personality. Aired 4-5a ET
• Los Angeles Mayor Warns Of Another Shutdown; Florida Officials Discuss How To Reopen Bars; New COVID-19 Cases Soaring Across The United States; ICUs Struggle With Flood Of Patients; Military Veterans Face Off With Federal Officers In Portland; U.K. And Norway Quarantining Returnees From Spain; U.S. Military Faces COVID-19 Outbreak On Bases In Japan; Fierce Competition For COVID-19 Vaccine Development. Aired 5-6a ET
• Memorial Service Honoring John Lewis; COVID-19 Cases Top 16 Million Globally, US Cases Over Four Million; CDC Pushes For Schools To Reopen In New Guidelines; Nine-Year-Old Girl Becomes Youngest To Die Of COVID-19 In Florida; Rep. John Lewis Makes Final Journey Across The Edmund Pettus Bridge; Daycare Centers May Provide Model For Reopening Schools. Aired 12-1p ET
• Civil Rights Icon Remembered In Memorial Services Across Alabama; GOP Plan Calls For $1,200 Stimulus Checks, Cuts To Jobless Aid; Rep. John Lewis Makes Final Journey Across Edmund Pettus Bridge; Georgia Posts Record Number Of New COVID-19 Cases On Friday; Hundreds Demand School District In GA Allow In-Person Classes; Actress Olivia de Havilland Dies At 104. Aired 1-2p ET
• GOP Plan Calls For $1,200 Stimulus Checks, Cuts To Jobless Aid; Florida Surpasses New York, Has The Second Highest Number Of Cases; Rep. John Lewis To Lie In State At Alabama State Capitol; COVID-19 Cases Top 16 Million Globally, U.S. Cases Over Four Million; Battling Racial Disparities In Business And Sports. Aired 2-3p ET
• Florida Reports More Than 9,000 New COVID-19 Cases In One Day As Death Rates Rise; Millions In Limbo As $600 Unemployment Benefit Set To Run Out; Remembering Congressman John Lewis. Aired 3-4p ET
• Florida Reports More Than 9,200 New Daily Coronavirus Cases For 23rd Day; Interview With Rep. James Clyburn (D-SC) About The Late Congressman John Lewis; Coronavirus Testing Czar Admits Turnaround Times Still Too Long; Inside George Hospital's Fight Against COVID-19; Tensions Continue Between Law Enforcement, Portland Protesters; A.G. Barr To Testify Before House Judiciary Committee Tuesday. Aired 4-5p ET
• Florida And California Lead The U.S. In Coronavirus Cases; More Closures Of Restaurants In L.A. Due To COVID-19; Top Administration Official States Testing Results Taking Too Long; Trump Played Golf And Greets Supporters Over The Weekend; Recent Polling Showing Trump Losing To Biden In Battleground States; Federal Reserve To Reveal Latest Policies; U.S. Professional Sports Resumes; Federal Agents And Protesters Continue To Clash; Attorney General William Barr To Testify Before Congress. Aired 5-6p ET
• Brazil Records 50,000 New Coronavirus Cases for Fourth Day in a Row; Mexican President Won't Wear Mask; US Reported 64,000 New Coronavirus Cases on Saturday. Aired 12-1a ET
• Florida Governor Says Cases Have Stabilized; California Hit Hard, Has Most COVID-19 Cases in US; New COVID-19 Cases Soaring Across the US; Health Expert in Brazil Slams Bolsonaro's "Bad Example"; Experts Warn of High Infection Rates on African Continent; Fierce Competition to Come Up With COVID-19 Vaccine; Experts Fear Americans May Refuse COVID-19 Vaccine; Police And Protesters Face Off In Portland, Oregon; Supporters Of Arrested Governor March in Defiance Of Putin; Hanna Makes Landfall As Category 1 Hurricane; 100 Days Until US Presidential Election. Aired 1-2a ET


July 25, 2020
• WHO Reports Record Increase in Global Cases; Medical Experts Urge Shutting Down and Starting Over; Some U.S. States Seeing Steady or Falling Case Counts; PPE a Precious Resource as Doctors Adjust to New Reality; Bolivians Using Disinfectant as Treatment; Protests in Portland amid Rise in Tensions; Money and Power Causing Disparity in U.S. Virus Testing; U.S. Agents Secure Chinese Consulate in Houston. Aired 2-2:30a ET
• WHO Reports Record Increase in Global Cases; Some U.S. States Seeing Steady or Falling Case Counts; Medical Experts Urge Shutting Down and Starting Over; Protests in Portland amid Rise in Tensions; White House Glosses Over Trump's Reversals on Virus; Birx: Florida, Texas, California Like "Three New Yorks"; U.S. Agents Secure Chinese Consulate in Houston; Autistic Driver Out to Prove Everyone Wrong. Aired 3-4a ET
• Coronavirus Cases Continue Rising in Texas, California, Georgia, and Florida; Some Schools Providing Parents with Options for Virtual and In-Person Classes; Over Dozen Cities Including Baltimore Listed by White House Coronavirus Task Force as Having Troubling Numbers of Increased Coronavirus Cases; Memorial Service to be Held in Alabama for Late Congressman John Lewis; Civil Rights Icon Xernona Clayton Interviewed about Congressman John Lewis; Arizona Department of Education Yet to Release Plans on School Reopening; Judge in Michigan Keeps Teen in Juvenile Detention for Not Doing Online Schoolwork; First Storm of Season Hurricane Hanna Forms in Atlantic. Aired 10-11a ET
• Trump Administration Pushing For Schools To Reopen; More U.S. Companies Requiring Masks; COVID-19 Causes Long Illness In Some Healthy People; Protests In Portland Amid Rise In Tensions; U.S. Agents Secure Chinese Consulate In Houston; Virus Hits Health Care Hard In Australia's Victoria State; Brazilian President Bolsonaro Not Wearing Mask In Public. Aired 4-5a ET
• Arizona Reports 3,300-Plus New Virus Cases; Trump Administration Pushing For Schools To Reopen; Medical Labs Worldwide Racing To Find Vaccine, Treatment; Protests In Portland Amid Rise In Tensions; WHO Reports Record Increase In Global Cases; Virus Hits Health Care Hard In Australia's Victoria State; Mexico's Infections Increase Amid Conflicting Messages. Aired 5-6a ET
• Memorial Services Begin For Civil Rights Icon Rep. John Lewis; Florida Reports 12,000 New Cases, Deaths Rise By 124; McConnell Warns Stimulus Package Could Take A Few Weeks; Brazil Reports 56,000 New COVID-19 Cases Overnight. Aired 11a-12p ET
• Coronavirus Cases Continue Rising In States Across U.S.; CDC Releases Guidelines For Reopening Schools; Georgia Democratic U.S. Senate Candidate Jon Ossoff Announces Wife Tested Positive For Coronavirus; Coronavirus Testing Site Set Up In Underserved Community In Southern California; Survey Indicates Effects Of Coronavirus For Those Infected Can Last Weeks; Memorial Service Held In Alabama For Late Rep. John Lewis. Aired 2-3p ET
• Hometown Memorial Service Underway For Rep. John Lewis; U.S. Deaths Top 1000-Plus For Fourth Straight Day; FDA Authorizes First Test For Asymptomatic COVID-19 Cases; Money And Power Behind Disparity In U.S. COVID Testing?; Brazil Reports 56,000 New COVID-19 Cases Overnight; Millions Face Uncertainty As $600 Unemployment Benefit Set To Expire. Aired 12-1p ET
• U.S. Tops 1,000 Daily Coronavirus Deaths For Fourth Day; Doctors In Texas Hotspot Overwhelmed By Tsunami Of Patients; Money And Power Causing Disparity In U.S. Virus Testing?; Sinclair-Owned TV Stations To Air Fauci Conspiracy Theory As White House Tries To Discredit Fauci; Dr. Fauci On White House Efforts To Discredit Him: Bad News To Do That; White House Denies Trump Has Reversed Course On Coronavirus Severity, Masks, Jacksonville Convention As His Poll Numbers Sink. Aired 3-4p ET
• U.S. COVID-19 Deaths Top 1,000 For Fourth Consecutive Day; New CDC Guidelines Strongly Favor Opening Schools; Legendary TV Host Regis Philbin Dies At 88; Poll: 23 Percent Of Americans Would Not Try COVID- 19 Vaccine; Former CDC Director: Important To Be Honest About Vaccine Risks; Mayor & Governor Battle Over Georgia's COVID-19 Response; Georgia Sets Single-Day Record With 4,813 New Cases; Georgia Senate Candidate Awaits Results After Wife Tests Positive For Virus. Aired 4- 5p ET
• Florida Surpasses New York In Total COVID-19 Cases; Texas Reports Second Highest Single-Day Death Toll Friday; Hurricane Hanna To Strike Southern Texas Today; Testing Delays Hobble Virus Response; Legendary T.V. Host Regis Philbin Dies At 88; Growing Coronavirus Cases, Fatalities Fuel Voter Mindset; Biden Could Win Electoral College By Triple Digits If Polls Hold; Honoring Civil Rights Icon, Rep. John Lewis. Aired 5-6p ET
• U.S. Deaths Top 1,000 For Fourth Straight Day; Georgia Sets Single-Day Record With 4,813 New COVID-19 Cases; Fauci Supports CDC's Guidelines To Send Kids Back To School; McConnell Warns Stimulus Package Could Take A "Few Weeks"; Hurricane Hanna About To Hit Texas; Brazil Reports 56,000 New COVID-19 Cases Overnight; Baseball Is Back With Cardboard Fans And Fake Crowd Noise. Aired 1-2p ET
• United States Tops 4.1 Million Coronavirus Cases; Hurricane Hanna Moves Toward Texas COVID-19 Hotspots; Regis Philbin Dies At 88. Aired 6-7p ET


July 24, 2020
• U.S. Surpasses 4 Million Reported Virus Cases; Trump: Most of the Country 'Has No Problem Whatsoever'; Trump Cancels Republican Convention Events in Jacksonville; U.S. Unemployment Claims Rise for First Time Since March; U.S. Senate Republicans Delay Release of Latest Stimulus Plan; China Orders Closure of U.S. Consulate in Chengdu; Brazil Sets 2 Daily Records for COVID Cases This Week; Scottish Leaders Fare Better with Public in Handling Virus; Watchdog Group to Investigate Federal Forces in U.S. Cities; Egypt Jailing Some Doctors Critical of COVID-19 Response; First Friday Prayers Held in Turkey's Iconic Hagia Sophia. Aired 12-1a ET
• President Trump Insists on Reopening of Schools; Sixty U.S. Military Men in Japan Infected with Coronavirus; Tension Between U.S. and China Deepens; England Makes Masks Mandatory; Polls Show Scotland's Handling on Coronavirus Better than London. Aired 3-4a ET
• U.S. Surpasses Four Million Cases of COVID-19; Trump Cancels Republican Convention Events in Jacksonville; U.S. Unemployment Claims Rise for the First Time Since March; Millions of Americans Lose Health Benefits as Unemployment Rises; China Orders Closure of U.S. Consulate in Chengdu, China. Aired 4-4:30a ET
• U.S. Records over 1,000 Deaths for Third Day in a Row; Starr County, Texas Issues Shelter-at-Home Order as Cases Surge; GOP Coronavirus Stimulus Plan Stalls on Capitol Hill. Aired 10-10:30a ET
• Brazil Sets Two Daily Records for COVID Cases This Week; COVID- 19 Takes a Toll on Mexican Border Communities; Face Masks Now Mandatory in Shops Across England; Watchdog Group to Investigate Federal Force in U.S. Cities; Israelis Angry Over Prime Minister Netanyahu's COVID-19 Handling. Aired 4:30-5a ET
• Cohen Ordered Released; Stimulus Plan Stalls on Capitol Hill; Arizona Schools to Start Online; Covid-19 in an Immigration Facility; China Orders Consulate Closure. Aired 9:30-10a ET
• Did Not Air 2-3a ET
• Trump Under Pressure; California Reports Record Number of COVID-19 Deaths. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• Unemployed Prioritize Essential Bills as Congressional Negotiations Continue; Interview with Miami Mayor Francis Suarez and San Jose Mayor Sam Liccardo; Interview with Los Angeles County Health Officer Muntu Davis. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• 55 Florida Hospitals Hit ICU Capacity as Cases Spike; Trump Cancels RNC Events in Florida as Virus Cases Surge; California Sets Record for COVID-Related Deaths in Single Day; Judge Orders Mediation in Georgia's Legal Battle Over COVID Restrictions; New CDC Guidelines Come Down Hard in Favor of Opening Schools; U.S. Records Over 1,000 Deaths for Third Day in a Row; A Judge Orders Michael Cohen Released from Prison. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• CDC: Kids Should Go Back to School Unless Virus Transmission is "Uncontrolled"; Florida Adds 12,000+ New Coronavirus Cases; White House: Summer Surge Hitting Plateau in Some States; Trump: "Most of the Country" in "Very Good Shape"; New CDC Guidelines Make the Case for Reopening Schools; Dr. Annette Anderson Discusses CDC Releasing New Guidelines for School Reopenings. Aired 11-11:30a ET
• Gov. Andrew Cuomo (D-NY) Is Interviewed About Traveler Ban On New Yorkers; U.S. Officials Claim Houston Chinese Consulate Part Of Espionage Network; U.S. Adds A Million Cases In 15 Days, Surpasses 4 Million. Aired 12:30-1p ET
• Trump Cancels Jacksonville Portion of GOP Convention; Trump Under Pressure as Virus Spreads, Poll Numbers Sink; Nobel Prize Economist, Paul Romer, Discusses Reinvigorating Economy By Sacrifice to Get Virus Under Control; Dr. Michael Saag Discusses the Sunbelt Seeing Dangerous Rise in Cases; Dr. Fauci Opens MLB Season with First Pitch. Aired 11:30a-12p ET
• President Trump Renews Call to Open Schools, Backed by New CDC Guidelines; Interview with Fifth Grade Teacher Katie O'Connor; McDonald's, Chipotle and Starbucks Announce Mask Requirement. Aired 2- 2:30p ET
• U.S. COVID Cases Up One Million in Two Weeks; Trump Cancels Florida Convention; China Shuts US Consulate In Chengdu; U.S. Unemployment Claims Up Again; Mediation Ordered Between Georgia Governor and Atlanta Mayor; Brazil's President to Retest for COVID-19 in Coming Days; Egypt Jailing Some Doctors Critical of COVID-19 Response; Police Miscalculation Led to Breonna Taylor's Tragic Death; Storm Expected to Approach Hawaiian Islands on Sunday. Aired 1-2a ET
• White House: Summer Surge Hitting Plateau In Some States; Infection Rate In California Steady After Weeks Of Summer Surge; Arizona Abandons Mandate For In-Person Schooling; President Donald Trump In Retreat As Cases Surge Across U.S.; President Donald Trump Cancels RNC Events In Florida As COVID-19 Cases Surge. Aired 12-12:30p ET
• Current Snapshot of U.S. Fight against Coronavirus is Grim; New CDC Guidelines Come Down Hard in Favor of Opening Schools. Aired 1- 1:30p ET
• CDC Study: COVID Can Result in Prolonged Illness, Even Among Young Adults; Update on Coronavirus Responses Around the Country; Kim Gardner, St. Louis Circuit Attorney, Discusses and Sen. Josh Hawley Calling on DOJ to Investigate Handling of Case; Study: Just 3 Out of 10 British Residents Wear Masks; . Aired 1:30-2p ET
• Trump Call with Putin Neglects Bounties, Meddling, Vaccine Hacking; Leon Panetta Discusses Trump's Phone Call with Putin, Trump Erupting over Defense Secretary Banning Confederate Flag; Texas COVID Patients "Sent Home to Die" if Deemed Too Sick; Parents Now Helping with Contact Tracing after Teen Party; CNN's Dr. Gupta Gives Look Inside Hospital, The Reuse of Masks; Rep. Deb Haaland (D-NM) and Rep. Michael Waltz (R-FL) Discusses "Rent the Camo," Which Helps Expectant Mothers in Military Get Uniforms. Aired 2:30-3p ET
• Three Kids Orphaned after Virus Kills Both Parents; Parents Struggle to Balance Work and Childcare during Pandemic; Starr County, Texas Issues Stay-at-Home Order as Cases Surge. Aired 3:30-4p ET


July 23, 2020
• Debate Underway on How to Distribute a Vaccine; Despite Increasing Cases, Doubters Persist in Mexico; Nearly 25% of Delhi Residents May Have Contracted COVID-19; China to Launch Rover in Country's First Mission to Mars; Summer Olympics Set to Return to Tokyo in One Year. Aired 12-1a ET
• Second Day Of 1,000 COVID-19 Deaths in the U.S.; US Closes Chinese Consulate In Houston; Race For The Red Planet: China Launches Tianwen-1; U.S. In Massive Vaccine Buy From Big Pharma. Aired 1-2a ET
• Alarm Bells Raised by Dr. Anthony Fauci on Coronavirus Vaccine; Coronavirus in the U.S. Now Nears Four Million; California the New Hotspot State; President Trump Ordered to Close Chinese Consulate in Houston; Victoria's Lockdown Measures Not Working. Aired 3-4a ET
• U.S. on Track to Hit 4 Million Cases Today as Virus Surges; Georgia Passes 150,000 Confirmed Cases, Reports 81 New Deaths; Trump to Hold Another White House Briefing Today. Aired 10-10:30a ET
• China Launches Mars Probe Amid Space Race With The U.S.; Zimbabwe Arrests Critics Ahead Of Planned Protests; Summer Olympics Set For Tokyo A Year From Now. Aired 2-3a ET
• Portland, Oregon Mayor Tear Gassed During Protest; Senate Republicans Set to Unveil Latest Stimulus Plan; Interview with Senator Amy Klobuchar (D) Minnesota; Debate over Who Receives Approved Vaccine First. Aired 9:30-10a ET
• AOC Speaks Out on Yoho's Insults; Trump Touts Passing Cognitive Test; Judge Orders Michael Cohen's Release From Prison; Hydroxychloroquine Found Ineffective to Treat COVID-19. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• Texas, Florida, California & Arizona Driving Summer Surge; 23 States Recording More Infections Than Previous Week; Florida Breaks Record With 173 COVID-19 Deaths In A Single Day; Barack Obama: Joe Biden Will Listen To The Experts On Coronavirus; White House Drops Payroll Tax Cut Demand To Get GOP Stimulus Plan Moving. Aired 12- 12:30p ET
• U.S. and Pfizer Reach Deal to Produce Vaccine Doses; Trying to Break Chicago's Cycle of Violence; U.S. Orders Chinese Consulate in Houston to Close. Aired 4-4:30a ET
• Senate Republicans to Unveil COVID-19 Bill Today; Major League Baseball Opens Today; FBI Announces China's San Francisco Consulate Harboring Scientist. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• Trump Wants 100 Percent of School to Reopen Regular Classes; Cafeteria Worker on White House Grounds Tests Positive; Hong Kong Struggles with Third Wave of COVID-19; Doubters Persist in Mexico Despite Increases in COVID-19 Cases; Trump Says He Wishes Ghislaine Maxwell Well. Aired 4:30-5a ET
• U.S. Now Recording 67,000+ Cases on Average over Last Week; California Surpasses New York as State With Most COVID-19 Cases; Fauci on Pandemic: "We Do Not See Any Particular End in Sight"; Trump: I Think Coronavirus Testing is "Overrated"; U.S. Faces Major Hurdles for Vaccine Distribution Once Approved; Dr. Paul Offit Discusses U.S. Vaccine Development . Aired 11-11:30a ET
• U.S. Reports 1,000 Plus Deaths for Second Straight Day; Miami Increases Penalties for Residents Who Don't Wear Masks; Trump Sends More Mixed Messages on Testing; Texas Reports Record Number of Deaths and Hospitalizations in One Day; Protesters and Mayor in Portland Oregon Tear-Gassed By Federal Agents; Over a Million Americans File for First-Time Unemployment Help. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• Federal Agents Hit Portland Mayor With Tear Gas; Trump, Chicago Mayor Locked In Battle Over Federal Agents In City; Players Raise Fears Over NFL's COVID-19 Safety Protocols. Aired 12:30-1p ET
• The U.S. Approaches 4 Million Positive COVID-19 Cases; Interview with Miami Police Department Deputy Chief Ron Papier; President Trump Describes Cognitive Test. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• Birx: Positivity Rate Is Most Sensitive Indicator for How States Are Doing; Dr. Peter Hotez Discusses Positivity Rates as Warning; Trump Announces Federal Officer "Surge"; Trump Promises Surge of Officers into Chicago & Albuquerque; Trump Uses Law & Order Message to Distract from Failed Virus Response; Michael Cohen to be Released to Home Confinement & Judge Says Government Acted in Retaliatory Manner Over Future Book; Mark Zandi, Chief Economist, Moody's Analytics, Discusses 1.4 Million More Filing for Unemployment Last Week, Need for Congress to Act. Aired 11:30a-12p ET
• U.S. on Verge of Surpassing 4 Million Cases as Hospitals Suffer; Trump and Putin Speak, White House Says No Mention of Bounties on U.S. Troops. Aired 1-1:30p ET
• Commissioner Melissa McKinlay (D-Palm Beach, District 7) Discusses Curfew Looming after 600 Attend Block Party; Karine Jean- Pierre, Joe Biden Presidential Campaign Senior Adviser, Discusses Biden Calling Trump America's "First" Racist President, Biden Giving More Speeches Over News Conferences; MLB Returns Tonight with No Fans, No Spitting, Lots of Testing. Aired 1:30-2p ET
• "Miracle Larry" Leaves Hospital After 128-Day Battle with COVID; Ocasio-Cortez: Don't Need Yoho to Apologize When Doesn't Want To; Education Secretary Falsely Claims Kids are Virus "Stoppers"; Neil Bradley, U.S. Chamber of Commerce Chief Policy Officer, Discusses Trump Using Virus to Crack Down on Immigration & Big Business Sues. Aired 2:30-3p ET
• Coronavirus Cases Now Top 4 Million in U.S.; Nationals' Star, Juan Soto, Tests Positive for COVID-19, will Miss MLB Season Opener; Shortened Major League Baseball Season Starts Tonight; Minimizing COVID-19 Complications for Pregnant Women. Aired 3:30-4p ET


July 22, 2020
• A Race For COVID-19 Vaccine; Chinese Hackers Accused Of Trying To Steal Vaccine Data; White House/Republicans Divided On Stimulus Plan; Israelis Frustrated Over Netanyahu's Handling Of The Coronavirus Pandemic; How Rwanda Handle Their Coronavirus Pandemic. Aired 3-4a ET
• 1,000+ U.S. Deaths in a Day, Officials Warn Crisis Will Get Worse; New Cases, Hospitalizations Surge in South Texas Hotspots; U.S. Accuses China of Spying, Orders Closure of Houston Consulate. Aired 10-10:30a ET
• Some COVID-19 Test Results Delayed up to Two Weeks; California Surpasses New York for Most U.S. Cases; Latin American Hospitals Pushed to Breaking Point; Oxford COVID-19 Vaccine Faces Key Test in South Africa; Scientists Consider "Human Challenge Trials" to Test Vaccine; Pompeo Praises Britain for Actions on Huawei; Report: Russian Interference in Politics is 'The New Normal'; Growing Backlash Against U.S. Forces in Portland; U.S. Accuses Chinese Hackers of Trying to Steal Vaccine Data; Many Israelis Frustrated Over Netanyahu's Handling of COVID-19; Containing the Virus: How Rwanda Got it Right; Battle Over Uber Drivers' Rights Hits U.K. Supreme Court. Aired 12-1a ET
• U.S. Nears 4 Million Cases with Nearly 142K Deaths; California Surpasses New York for Most U.S. Cases; Some COVID-19 Test Results Delayed up to Two Weeks; Growing Backlash against U.S. Forces in Portland; Federal Agents Beat Navy Veteran; U.K. Took Its "Eye off the Ball on Russian Meddling; U.S. Accuses Chinese Hackers Of Trying To Steal Vaccine Data; Many Israelis Frustrated Over Netanyahu's Handling Of Virus; Monsoon Rains Trigger Deadly Flooding On India. Aired 2-3a ET
• U.S. Accuses China of Spying; Portland Protesters Push Back Against Agents; Arizona Teachers Protest Reopening; Broward County to Resume Classes Online; Republicans and White House Split over Stimulus. Aired 9:30-10a ET
• Trump Trying to Regain Credibility on Coronavirus Response?; Republicans Face Internal Conflict Over Stimulus Package; Coronavirus Surging. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• U.S. Calls for Houston Chinese Consulate Closure; U.S. Ambassador to the U.K. Woody Johnson Accused of Ethics Violations; Family Contracted COVID-19 While Distancing But Without Masks. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• Trump Urges Public to Wear Masks During White House Briefing on Coronavirus; Some Stats Show Positive Progress Against Coronavirus; "Wall of Moms" Shields Demonstrators from Federal Agents; U.S. Accuses Chinese Hackers of Trying to Steal Vaccine Data. Aired 4-4:30a ET
• Fauci On Vaccines: We Are Going As Quickly As We Can; Republicans Split On Plans For New Stimulus Package; Trump & Biden Face Accusations Of Cognitive Decline. Aired 12:30-1p ET
• Texas Hospitals Struggling to Handle Surge in Cases; Oxford COVID-19 Vaccine Faces Key Test in South Africa; Chefs and Restaurant Owners Join Protests in Israel. Aired 4:30-5a ET
• Projected COVID-19 Deaths Decline As Mask Use Increases; Joe Biden and Barack Obama to Post Conversation to Social Media Tomorrow; Senate Republicans Negotiate Fourth COVID-19 Relief Bill. Aired 2- 2:30p ET
• Trump Resumes White House Coronavirus Briefing; California Surpasses New York with the Most Coronavirus Cases in the U.S.; Florida Governor Says State on the "Right Course" in Virus Fight; New Cases, Hospitalizations Surging in South Texas Hot Spots; Interview with Savannah Mayor Van Johnson about Coronavirus Cases; Georgia Governor Launches Campaign Encouraging People to Wear Masks While Still Fighting Mask Mandate in Atlanta; U.S. Abruptly Orders the Closure of Chinese Houston Consulate; Arizona Teachers Gear Up for Protest Over COVID Fears. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• U.S. Records 1,000+ Coronavirus Deaths on Tuesday; Fauci: COVID-19 Is "Historic Pandemic" with No "End in Sight"; Trump, 6 Months Ago: "We Have It Totally Under Control"; Florida Reports 8,752 New Cases; California Surpasses NY for Most COVID Cases in U.S.; Dr. Mizuho Morrison Discusses Rising Cases in Southern California. Aired 11-11:30a ET
• The Global Race to Find a COVID-19 Vaccine; Texas Hospitals Struggling to Handle Surge in Cases; White House, Republicans Divided over Stimulus Plan; U.K.'s Russia Investigation; Pompeo Praises Britain for Actions on Huawei; Monsoon Rains Trigger Deadly Flooding in India; Fauci: Don't Wait to Get a Vaccine When It's Available. Aired 1-2a ET
• Biden, Obama Criticize Trump's Leadership In Socially-Distanced Meeting; Biden Campaign Ad Touts His Experience Being "Tested"; Alberto Carvalho, Superintendent, Miami-Dade Public Schools, Discusses County Pushing Forward With Plans To Reopen Schools; Source: U.S. Ambassador To U.K. Accused Of Sexist, Racist Comments & Pushing To Have British Open Played At Trump Golf Course; Extra $600 Unemployment Benefit Set To Expire Within Days. Aired 11:30a-12p ET
• Congress Debating Extending $600 Unemployment Benefit; Arizona Doctors Hope Cases Leveling Off After Sharp Spike; Arizona Reports 148,600-Plus Cases As Deaths Top 2,900; Officials Warn Crisis Will Get Worse As U.S. Cases Surge; U.S. Orders Chinese Consulate Closed In Houston. Aired 12-12:30p ET
• U.S. Reports 64,000-Plus New Cases, 1,000 Deaths In One Day; WHO Says COVID Will Spread To Schools In Infected Communities; Trump's U.S. City Chaos Ad Uses Photos Of Ukraine In 2014. Aired 1-1:30p ET
• Fifteen Shot Near Chicago Funeral Home As Trump Threatens Federal Forces; Rep. Chip Roy (R-TX) Discusses House GOP Confronting Liz Cheney Over Support Of Fauci; Florida GOP Lawmaker Apologizes To AOC, Denies Using Gender Slur. Aired 1:30-2p ET
• GOP Infighting Over Next Round Of Coronavirus Stimulus Relief; Interview With Sen. Kristen Gillibrand (D-NY); Former Sen. Russ Feingold (D-WI) Discusses Trump Deploying Federal Agents In Cities, Warnings On Creating The Homeland Security Department, Voting Against Patriot Act; U.S. Ambassador To U.K. Accused Of Sexist, Racist Comments & Pushing To Have British Open Played At Trump Golf Course. Aired 2:30-3p ET
• New Cases, Hospitalizations Surge In South Texas Hotspots; U.S. Mayors Demand Trump Withdraw Federal Forces From Cities; NYT: $52 Million Pop-Up Hospital Treated 79 Patients At Peak of Crisis. Aired 3:30-4p ET


July 21, 2020
• U.S. Lawmakers Search for Answers to Stop Spike in COVID-19 Cases; The World Waits for the First COVID Vaccine; City Mayors Says No to Federal Authorities. Aired 3-4a ET
• Florida Reports More Than 10,000 New Infections; Three Vaccine Candidates Show Promising Early Results; Republicans Split with White House Over Stimulus Plan; EU Agrees on $2 Trillion COVID-19 Economic Recovery Plan; Trump Faces Off with City Mayors Over Federal Forces; Florida Hospitals Overwhelmed with New Cases. Aired 4-4:30a ET
• Many Virus Survivors Deal with Long-Term Symptoms; Online Support Group Helps "Long-Haul Patients"; California May Be on the Brink of New Stay-at-Home Order; Federal Officials Not Retreating in Protest Crackdown; Antibodies as Therapy or Possible Treatment for COVID-19; NFL and Players' Union Agree on Testing Plan for Camps. Aired 1-2a ET
• Trump Bringing Back Coronavirus Briefings as Cases Surge; COVID-19 Cases, Hospitalizations Surging in Louisiana; Georgia Hospital Strains to Handle Patient Surge as COVID Cases Spike. Aired 10-10:30a ET
• Interview with Savannah Mayor Van R. Johnson about Teaming Up With New York Governor; California May Be on the Brink of New Stay-at- Home Order; Secretary Mike Pompeo Meeting with U.K. Leaders in London; Gunman Kills Judge's Son, Wounds Her Husband; Testing Delays Hinder Virus Response. Aired 4:30-5a ET
• Kremlin Denies Putin Received Experimental Vaccine; Effects of COVID-19 Can Be Felt for Months; U.K. Suspends Hong Kong Extradition Treaty; Dominic Thiem Says He'll Play in U.S. Open. Aired 12-1a ET
• Trump Resurrecting Coronavirus Task Force Briefings; Study: Links Between Virus And Genetic, Blood Type Variables; U.K. Suspends Hong Kong Extradition Treaty. Aired 2-3a ET
• Senate Republicans Split With White House Over Funding For Testing; COVID-19 Cases Surge In California; Trump Administration Preparing To Send Federal Agents To Chicago. Aired 9:30-10a ET
• NFL Set to Begin Training Camps; Trump Set to Hold Coronavirus Task Force Briefing; Coronavirus Surging in California, Florida. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• Trump to Bring Back Coronavirus Briefings as Cases Surge; Florida Hospitals Ask State for Nurses; Judge to Hear Arguments in Battle Over Atlanta Mask Mandate; Arizona Sees Slight Downward Trend in Hospitalizations, Ventilator Use; Quest Diagnostics Says Test Results Could Take Up to Two Weeks; Surgeon General: U.S. Needs to Lower COVID-19 Transmission Rate Before Reopening Schools; Missouri Governor Downplays COVID Risk to School Children; Senate Republicans Split With White House Over Testing Funding. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• Interview with Harris County Judge Lina Hidalgo; Republicans in Congress Disagree on Fourth COVID-19 Stimulus; Trump Hotels Import Chinese Products During Trade Talks. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• U.S. Case Count Skyrockets; Florida Reports 9,000+ New Infections; Miami Teachers Union: Governor "Playing Politics" with Kids' Lives; Dr. Craig Spencer Discusses Case Surges in U.S., Delays in Test Results, Trump Now Advocating Masks; Governor Andy Beshear (D- Kentucky) Discusses New Restrictions as Cases Surge, Lawsuit by Kentucky A.G. on Restrictions; No White House Medical Experts Expected at Trump Briefing Today. Aired 11-11:30a ET
• Major Lab: COVID-19 Test Results Can Take Up To Two Weeks; GA Hospital Strains To Handle Patient Surge As COVID Cases Spike; Biden Rolls Out Economic Proposal Focused On Caregivers. Aired 12:30-1p ET
• No White House Medical Experts Expected at Trump Briefing Today; Dr. Gustavo Ferrer Discusses Florida Needing Staff, Supplies as Cases Rise, Miami-Dade ICUs at 130% Capacity; Unidentified Federal Agents Fire Tear Gas at Portland Protesters as Trump Administration Plans to Send 150 Agents to Chicago; Source: NFL Offers Players Deal to Eliminate Preseason Games; Giants Players, Coaches Kneel During National Anthem. Aired 11:30a-12p ET
• COVID-19 New Infection Rates Slow in Half U.S. States; Live Coverage as Joe Biden Unveils Economic Recovery Plan. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• Surgeon General Jerome Adams: Virus Transmission Will Decide If Kids Go Back To School; Summer Surge Pushes Trump To Pivot Coronavirus Strategy; No White House Medical Experts Confirmed For Trump Briefing Today; Vaccine Executives Weigh On Sending Kids To School; Experts Say Antibodies May Be The Bridge To A Vaccine. Aired 12-12:30p ET
• Trump's Virus Briefing Returns Tonight, Likely Without Doctors; Judge Recuses Self From Mask Case Between Georgia Governor, Atlanta Mayor. Aired 1-1:30p ET
• Chicago Mayor Warns Trump: "I Will Not Allow" Troops In City; Sen. Tammy Duckworth (D-IL) Discusses Trump Deploying Federal Agents To Democrat Cities, Trump's Opposition To Renaming Bases Named After Confederates, Tucker Carlson's Attacks; Lawmaker Reportedly Verbally Accosts Ocasio-Cortez; Update On Coronavirus Responses Around The Country; CDC: Data Reveals More Had COVID-19 Than Official Numbers Show. Aired 1:30-2p ET
• Biden Criticizes Trump's Pandemic Response & Lays Out Economic Recovery Plan In Wake Of Pandemic; Interview With Trump Campaign Communications Director, Tim Murtaugh; Dr. James Phillips Discusses Dangers Of Hydroxychloroquine, Slams Tim Murtaugh; New Study Shows How To Stop Large Virus Outbreaks. Aired 2:30-3p ET
• NFL To Test Players Daily Amid Widespread Shortages, Delays; Arizona Reports 134 COVID-19 Deaths Today; Experts Say Antibodies May Be The Bridge To A Vaccine. Aired 3:30-4p ET


July 20, 2020
• Trump Defends Handling of Crisis as Cases Surge; Florida Reports More Than 12,000 New Cases on Sunday; New York City to Begin Final Reopen Phase on Monday; Online Support for 'Long-Haul' COVID-19 Patients; Sweden Pays Human & Economic Price for Staying Open; Hong Kong Tightens Measures After Record Number of Cases; Peru Turns to Venezuelan Migrants to Collect the Dead; Growing Concerns Over Tokyo Olympics. Aired 12-1a ET
• Trump Downplays Virus Surge When Confronted with Data; Los Angeles Reports Most Single-Day Hospitalizations; Many Virus Survivors Deal with Long-Term Symptoms; E.U. Summit Stalls over Economic Recovery Fund; Sweden Pays Human and Economic Price for Staying Open. Aired 1-2a ET
• Some States Hit Record Infections as U.S. Nears 4 Million Cases; Growing Number of Major Retailers Requiring Masks at Stores; Several Mayors Issue Mask Mandates as Cases Surge in U.S. Aired 10- 10:30a ET
• Georgia Sets Record for New Daily Cases Over Weekend; Arizona's Death Toll Hits New Daily Record; Miami to Fine First-Time Offenders for Not Wearing Masks in Public; Trump Insists He's Right on Virus As Cases Surge in the U.S.; Some States Hit Record New Infections as U.S. Nears 4 Million Cases; Son of a Federal Judge Gunned Down at the Family Home in New Jersey. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• Home Attack in New Jersey; Protests in Portland; L.A. Contemplating Stay-At-Home Order; Athens Issued Mask Mandate; Daycares Provide Model for Schools. Aired 9:30-10a
• Trump Sending Law Enforcement to Chicago?; Interview With Dunwoody, Georgia, Mayor Lynn Deutsch; Coronavirus Surging. Aired 3- 3:30p ET
• Federal Judge's Family Shot; GOP Congressional Leaders Meet with Trump to Discuss COVID-19 Stimulus Today; Russia Announces Vaccine is Nearing Perfection. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• House Honors Rep. John Lewis; CNN: Suspect In Attack On Federal Judge's Family Is Dead; President Trump Says He'll Resume Coronavirus Briefings. Aired 12:30-1p ET
• Trump Coronavirus Spin Clashes with Grim Reality; U.S. Adds Nearly 500,000 new Cases in Single Day; Dr. Rochelle Walensky Discusses COVID-19 Cases Rising in 31 States, Oxford Vaccine Showing Promise, Trump Opposing National Mask Mandate; Gunman Kills Son, Wounds Husband of NJ Federal Judge; Dr. Alison Haddock Discusses Rising Coronavirus Cases Pushing Hospitals to Breaking Point. Aired 11-11:30a ET
• COVID-19 Sun Belt Surge Continues; Oxford Vaccine to Enter Phase III Trials; CNN Television Special Explores Trump Conspiracy Theory Ties. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• Trump Defends Handling Of Crisis As Cases Surge; Hong Kong Tightens Measures After Record Number Of Cases; UAE's Hope Probe Successfully Launches From Japan. Aired 2-3a ET
• President Trump Embrace Wrong Theory than Facts from Science; Hospitals in Florida Run Out of ICU Beds; Bahamas Impose Travel Ban to U.S.; Hong Kong Takes Aggressive Action as COVID Cases Increases; Countries Racing to Develop COVID Vaccine. Aired 3-4a ET
• Dr. Alison Haddock Discusses Rising Coronavirus Cases Pushing Hospitals to Breaking Point; Trump Repeats False Claims on Mail-in Ballots & Refuses to Say if He'll Accept Election Results; Trump Meets with GOP Leaders on New COVID-19 Stimulus Package, Says He'll Restart His COVID Briefings; L.A. Mayor: City on "Brink" of Issuing New Stay- at-Home Order & Sets Record for Hospitalizations on Sunday; Arizona's Death Toll Hits New Daily Record. Aired 11:30a-12p ET
• Arizona's Death Toll Hits New Daily Record; Florida Records Another 10,000-Plus Coronavirus Cases; President Donald Trump: I Don't Believe In A Nationwide Mask Mandate; Gunman Kills New Jersey Federal Judge's Son, Wounds Judge's Husband; House Holds Moment Of Silence In Memory Of Representative John Lewis. Aired 12-12:30p ET
• Hospitalizations And Coronavirus Case Numbers In U.S. Breaking Records Across Many States; Twenty-Five Million Americans Expected To Lose Critical Government Help By Next Week; No Coordinated U.S. National Plan To Control The Virus. Aired 1-1:30p ET
• Dr. Stephen Kessler Discusses 87 Doctors Signing Letter Urging Arizona Governor Not To Open Schools As Cases Surge; Suspected Gunman In Killing Of Judge's Son At Home Is Dead; Update On Coronavirus Responses Around The Country; Dr. Adrian Burrowes Discusses Anger That Athletes Get Coronavirus Tests While Others Must Wait; New York Governor: "Mistake" For States Was To Listen To Trump's Calls To Reopen. Aired 1:30-2p ET
• Trump Compares Virus To "Sniffles" As Death Toll Tops 140,000; Mother Mourns After Losing Two Children To COVID-19 Within 11 Days; Federal Agents In Portland Beat Navy Vet With Batons, Douse Him With Pepper Spray. Aired 2:30-3p ET
• A 29-Year-Old Tests Positive For Coronavirus Twice In Three Months; Teachers Caught In Middle Over Reopening Schools As Cases Surge; Remembering Civil Rights Leader Rep. John Lewis. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• President Trump Continues to Insist Coronavirus Will Just Go Away; FBI Investigating Shooting Death of a Federal Judge's Son; Coronavirus Cases on the Rise in California. Aired 4-4:30a ET
• Battle Over Georgia Mask Mandate Takes Toll on Businesses; Enhanced U.S. Unemployment Benefits Expire July 31; Portland Has Seen More Than 50 Days of Protests; Democrats Want Investigation Into Use of Federal Forces; Pompeo to Meet with U.K. Leaders Amid U.S.-China Tensions; People Flout Guidance and Crowd Beaches in Barcelona. Aired 4:30-5a ET


July 19, 2020
• World Health Organization Reports Most Coronavirus Cases in a Single Day; Florida Reports More than 10K New Cases, Dozens of Deaths; CDC Projects More than 157K U.S. Deaths by August; Hospitals Adjusting How They Care for Critically Ill Patients; U.S. flags Lowered to Half-Staff Honoring Rep. John Lewis; U.S. Approves Process to Speed Up Testing; Teachers, Parents Worry about Reopening Schools Too Soon; Man's Death Sparks Police Use-of-Force Protests in France; Camouflaged Federal Agents Arresting Protesters in Portland. Aired 12- 1a ET
• COVID-19 Survivor Talks About Infection Complications; CDC Projects More Than 157K U.S. Deaths By August; Hospitals Adjusting How They Care For Critically Ill Patients; Camouflaged Federal Agents Arresting Protesters In Portland; U.S. Flags Lowered To Half-Staff Honoring Rep. John Lewis; States Provoke Clashes As More Announce Mask Mandates; Poll: Workers Worry About Bringing Virus Home; Mexico Sees Rise In Domestic Violence During Pandemic. Aired 2-3a ET
• Florida Reports More Than 10K New Cases, Dozens Of Deaths; "The New York Times": White House Pushed Responsibility For COVID-19 Crisis Onto States; Camouflaged Federal Agents Arresting Protesters In Portland; U.S. Flags Lowered To Half-Staff Honoring Rep. John Lewis; States Provoke Clashes As More Announce Mask Mandates; Israel Imposes Restrictions Amid Surge In New Cases. Aired 3-4a ET
• Trump Holds "Tele-Rally" As Virus Ravages The U.S.; Florida Reports More Than 10K New Cases, Dozens Of Deaths; White House Opposes Additional Funding To CDC For Testing; Latin America And Caribbean Facing Millions Of Cases; Camouflaged Federal Agents Arresting Protesters In Portland; U.S. Flags Lowered To Half-Staff Honoring Rep. John Lewis; Los Angeles Mayor Sending Mobile Testing Teams Around City. Aired 4-5a ET
• Studies Indicate Coronavirus Antibodies May Last Only Months; Florida Reports More Than 10K New Cases, Dozens Of Deaths; Trump Administration Pushing To Reopen Schools Fully; Camouflaged Federal Agents Arresting Protesters In Portland; World Health Organization Reports Most Coronavirus Cases In A Single Day; Latin America And Caribbean Facing Millions Of Cases; U.S. Flags Lowered To Half-Staff Honoring Rep. John Lewis. Aired 5-6a ET
• Trump Calls Fauci An Alarmist, Blames Testing And Downplays Virus; Trump Defending Cognitive Test, Claims Questions Were Hard; Texas Motor Speedway Hosts First Major Sporting Event In Texas; Governor Of Georgia Sues The Mayor Of Atlanta Over Mask Mandate; The Role Children Play In Spreading The Virus; New York Set For Phase Four Re-Opening. Aired 5-6p ET
• Global Deaths Surpass 600,000 As Trump Downplays U.S. Surge; Florida Sees Hospitalizations Spike; Atlanta Mayor Bottoms Slams Gov. Kemp Suit, Implies Sexist Or Racist Motivations; Trump Says, Fauci Has Had Some Mistakes, He's A Bit Of An Alarmist; Today's Texas NASCAR Race Allowing Fans At 50 Percent Capacity; Russia Touts Vaccine Development But Faces Accusations Of Stealing Research. Aired 2-3p ET
• Trump Pushes Back On U.S. COVID-19 Mortality Rate, Downplays Crisis; Florida Reports More Than 12,000 New COVID-19 Cases; Georgia's Governor Sues Atlanta Mayor Over Mask Mandate; Millions Of Americans' Extra Unemployment Benefits Set To Expire; More Violent Protests Erupt In Portland As Federal Troops Arrive; Two GOP Senators Mistakenly Tweet Tributes To Lewis Using Pictures Of Rep. Elijah Cummings. Aired 4-5p ET
• Trump Downplays Virus Surge, Even When Confronted With Data; Trump Falsely Claims Nations With Fewer Cases Don't Test; Trump Calls Fauci A Bit Of An Alarmist Even As Cases Spike; Dr. Deborah Birx Emerges As Most Powerful Person In White House On Virus; Georgia Governor Sues Atlanta Mayor Locked In Tense Battle Over Masks. Aired 6-7p ET
• Global Deaths Surpass 600,000 As Trump Continues To Downplay U.S. Surge; Teachers Call On Trump Administration For Additional Resources; LA Mayor Says They Are On The Brink OF Reissuing Stay-At- Home Order. Aired 3-4p ET
• Trump Falsely Claims Nations with Fewer Cases Don't Test; No ICU Beds Available at Florida's 49 Hospitals; CDC Updates Guidance for COVID Patients Who are Isolating; Atlanta Mayor Slams Governor Brian Kemp's Lawsuit; Trump Disputes FOX News Poll Showing Him Trailing Biden. Aired 7-8p ET


July 18, 2020
• Civil Rights Icon and U.S. Lawmaker John Lewis Dies; U.S. Fails to Get Pandemic under Control; Poll: 64 Percent Distrust Trump on COVID-19; At Least 27 States Pause or Roll Back Reopening; Some Latin American Countries Breaking COVID-19 Records; China is Feeling Empowered by Trump. Aired 2-3a ET
• Civil Rights Icon and U.S. Lawmaker John Lewis Dies; Back to School in the Age of COVID-19; White House Blocks CDC from Testifying on Schools Reopening; China is Feeling Empowered by Trump; John Lewis Remembers Bloody Sunday. Aired 3-3:30a ET
• Civil Rights Icon and U.S. Lawmaker John Lewis Dies; White House Blocks CDC from Testifying on Schools Reopening; Exclusive Look at Russia's Coronavirus Research Lab; U.S. Fails to Get Pandemic under Control; Poll: 64 Percent Distrust Trump on COVID-19; Back to School in the Age of COVID-19; E.U. Leaders Deadlocked on COVID-19 Recovery Plan; Ruth Bader Ginsburg Announces Cancer Recurrence; War Veteran Tom Moore Knighted by Queen Elizabeth. Aired 4-5a ET
• Civil Rights Icon Congressman John Lewis Passes Away; Former U.S. Presidents Comment on Passing of Congressman John Lewis; Legacy of Congressman John Lewis and Civil Rights Movement Examined; President Trump Yet to Comment Publicly on Passing of Congressman John Lewis; Coronavirus Continues to Spread in Southern Half of U.S.; Miami City Mandating Mask Wearing to Combat Coronavirus Spread; Rep. Sheila Jackson Lee (D-TX) Interviewed on Legacy of Congressman John Lewis; Former Education Secretary John B. King Discusses Possibility of Reopening Schools. Aired 10-11a ET
• Civil Rights Icon Congressman John Lewis Passes Away; Civil Rights Icon C.T. Vivian Passes Away; Rep. Eleanor Holmes Norton (D) of Washington D.C. Interviewed on Her Friendship with and Legacy of Congressman John Lewis; President Trump Comments Publicly on Passing of Congressman John Lewis; Democratic Candidate for Senate in Georgia Jon Ossoff Interviewed on Being Mentored by Congressman John Lewis; Tampa, Florida, Mayor Jane Castor Interviewed on Steps Being Taken to Reduce Coronavirus Spread; Coronavirus Cases Continue to Rise in Southern California and Arizona; Fifteen Women Accuse Washington Redskins Staffers of Sexual Harassment and Verbal Abuse. Aired 2-3p ET
• Civil Rights Icon And U.S. Lawmaker John Lewis Dies; U.S. Fails To Get Pandemic Under Control; Poll: 64 Percent Distrust Trump On COVID-19; Eventual Vaccine Critical To Get Herd Immunity; Oregon State Leaders Demand Federal Authorities Withdraw From Arresting Protesters; Mary Trump Attests To The U.S. President's Racism; Some Latin American Countries Breaking COVID-19 Records. Aired 5-6a ET
• Civil Rights Legend Rep. John Lewis Dies At 80; GA Governor, Atlanta Mayor Clash Over Mandating Masks; Interview With Athens-Clarke County, GA Mayor Kelly Girtz (D); Florida, Louisiana, Arizona Now Lead The Nation In COVID Cases; Civil Rights Leader Reverend C.T. Vivian Dies At 95. Aired 11a-12p ET
• Civil Rights Legend Rep. John Lewis Dies At 80; Civil Rights Leader Rev. C.T. Vivian Dies At 95; Trump Silent On Rep. Lewis' Death As Tributes Pour In; Gov. DeSantis Gives Update On COVID-19 In Florida; Trump Rips Niece Mary Trump In First Comments About Her Book. Aired 12-1p ET
• Rep. John Lewis (D-GA), Titan Of Civil Rights, Dies At Age 80; CDC Forecasts 157,000-Plus U.S. COVID-19 Deaths By August 8; White House Blocks CDC Director From Testifying On Reopening Schools; Worried Teachers Prepare Wills Amid School Reopening Debate; Tabatha Rosproy, 2020 National Teacher Of The Year, Discusses Reopening Schools, DeVos Saying Online Schools Are "Disasters". Aired 3-4p ET
• Rep. John Lewis, Titan Of Civil Rights, Dies At Age 80; Fauci To Leaders: Be Forceful As Possible On Masks; Florida Reports 10,000- Plus Cases Today; Major Retail Chains Make Masks Mandatory; Starbucks Training Workers On How To Handle Maskless Customers; Salesforce CEO Calls For "Cultural Revolution" On Masks In U.S.; Justice Ginsburg Undergoing Chemo For Cancer Recurrence. Aired 4-5p ET
• U.S. Loses Two Civil Rights Legends In One Day; Rep. John Lewis (D-GA) Dies At 80 After Battle With Pancreatic Cancer; Interview With Rep. Terri Sewell (D-AL); Interview With Rep. Hank Johnson (D-GA); Trump Orders Flags To Half-Staff In Honor Of John Lewis; Rev. Bernice King Discusses Congressman John Lewis And His Legacy & Death Of Rev. C.T. Lewis. Aired 1-2p ET
• Florida Reports 10,328 New COVID-19 Cases Today; Interview With Rep. Ilhan Omar (D-MN) Regarding Death Of Rep. John Lewis; WH Report: 18 States In Virus "Red Zone" Should Roll Back Reopenings; Rep. John Lewis, Titan Of Civil Rights, Dies At Age 80; Police Clean, Disinfect Ambulances To Keep Hospital Workers Safe. Aired 6-7p ET
• Miami-Dade County ICUs At 122% Capacity Amid Pandemic; DeSantis Declines To Close Gyms As Florida Cases Surge; Rep. John Lewis, Titan Of Civil Rights, Dies At Age 80. Aired 5-6p ET
• Civil Rights Icon and U.S. Lawmaker John Lewis has Died; U.S. Fails to Get Pandemic Under Control as Cases Surge; Kremlin Denies Russian Spies Tried to Hack Vaccine Research; Global Energy Challenge: As the World Deals With the Effects of a Global Pandemic, Will It Accelerate a Faster Shift Towards Cleaner Forms of Energy? Aired 1-2a ET


July 17, 2020
• Texas Reports a Record 129 Deaths on Thursday; Hospitals in Miami at 95% Capacity; Georgia Governor Sues to Stop Mask Mandates; Critics Blast Trump for Lack of Strategy, Leadership; Hong Kong Cracks Down on Third Wave of Infections; India Reports More Than 1 Million Confirmed COVID-19 Cases; Virus Surges in Brazil; Warning from Bolivian Nurses: 'Everything Has Collapsed'; U.S. Breaks One-Day Record with 75,000+ New Cases; Trump Administration Increasing Anti- China Rhetoric; Russia Denies Hacking Attacks on Vaccine Developers; Imperial College Vaccine in Second Round of Human Trials; Brazil Now Reporting More Than Two Million COVID-19 Cases. Aired 12-1a ET
• Thirty-nine States Makes Masks Mandatory; India's Coronavirus Hit the One Million Mark; Russia Push Back to Allegations of Hacking; Hong Kong Tighten Rules Amid Spike in COVID; United States Looking to Ban Travel to China; Coronavirus Pandemic; Brazil Now Reporting More Than 2 Million Covid-19 Cases; Nations Struggle To Contain Global Outbreaks; South Africa Now Has More Than 300,000 Covid-19 Cases; Health Officials, Death Rate Low Despite Increase In Cases; Virus Surges In South America's Largest Country; Peru Surpasses 341,000 Covid-19 Cases And 12,600 Deaths; Warning From Bolivian Nurses, Everything Has Collapsed; Bolivian Cemeteries Fill Up As Virus Spreads; IMF, Second Wave Could Worsen Global Economic Crisis; IMF Chief Predicts Possible Covid Crisis Fallout; Small Businesses Struggle During Crisis; Twitter Hack Investigations; Real Madrid captures Spanish League Title. Aired 3-4a ET
• When Will It End? U.S's COVID Record Wednesday Shattered Thursday; India's Irony: Massive Case Numbers, Low Death Rates; 1,300 People Die Of COVID In Brazil Wednesday; U.K. Vaccine Tests Shows Promise; U.S. Breaks One-Day Record with 75,000-plus New Cases; Tensions Rising Between the U.S. and China; The U.S. Economy: Good News and Bad; Twitter Hack Sparks Growing National Security Concerns; Interview with Christian Cooper. Aired 1-2a ET
• U.S. Sets One-Day Record for New Cases, 77,000+; Texas Reports a Record 129 Deaths on Thursday; Hospitals in Miami at 95 Percent Capacity; Brazil Now Reporting More Than Two Million COVID-19 Cases: Nations Struggle to Contain Global Outbreaks; India Tops 1 Million Confirmed Coronavirus Cases; South Africa Now Has More Than 300,000 COVID-19 Cases. Aired 4-4:30a ET
• U.S. Shatters Single-Day Record For New Cases As Crisis Deepens; Anti-Mask Protest Abruptly Ends Utah Meeting On Reopening Schools; Texas Governor Defends Mask Order To State GOP Convention. Aired 10-10:30a ET
• Trump has Called for U.S. Schools to Fully Reopen in Fall; Russia Accused of Hacking Vaccine Developers; Imperial College Vaccine in Second Round of Human Trials; Trump Administration Increasing Anti- China Rhetoric; Small Businesses Struggle During Crisis; Real Madrid Capture Spanish League Title; FBI Investigation Hack on High-Profile Twitter Accounts. Aired 4:30-5a ET
• Stark White House Report on Coronavirus Goes Unpublished; Interview With Stacey Abrams; Coronavirus Cases Exploding. Aired 3- 3:30p ET
• Brooklyn Nets' Garrett Temple On Being Inside The NBA Bubble; Sec. Mnuchin Says Admin. Supports More Money For Small Businesses; Dems Tell Members Of Congress Not To Attend Convention. Aired 12:30-1p ET
• Los Angeles County Hits New Record; South Carolina Records 69 Deaths; Washington's NFL Team under Investigation; Mercedes Schlapp is Interviewed about the Trump Campaign. Aired 9:30-10a
• California, Texas and South Carolina Governors Announce COVID- 19 Policy Adjustments; Interview with Former Acting Chairman of White House Council of Economic Advisors Tomas Philipson; Brazil Passes 2 Million COVID-19 Cases as India Also Surges. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• Georgia's Governor Clashes with Atlanta Mayor Over Mask Mandate; Florida Becomes Leading Nation in Per Capita COVID-19 Cases; New Testing Site Set Up in Phoenix, Arizona; White House Says At Least 18 States in Coronavirus "Red Zones" Should Enact Stricter Measures; CDC Delays Release of Guidance on Reopening Schools; Texas Health Official Warns His Community is in "Dire Need". Aired 9-9:30a ET
• Kellyanne Conway: Trump's Poll Numbers Were Higher When He Was Giving Daily Coronavirus Briefings; Florida Reports More Than 11,000 New Cases in Single Day; Unpublished White House Task Force Reports Says 18 States in Coronavirus "Red Zone" Should Roll Back Reopenings; Georgia Governor Sues Atlanta Mayor Over City's Mask Mandate; Colorado Governor Jared Polis (D-Colorado) Discusses His Decision to Reverse Course and Mandates Masks. Aired 11-11:30a ET
• White House Report Says 18 States Should Roll Back Reopenings; Trump Pushes to Reopen Schools in a bid for White Suburban Voters; Tennessee Mayor and Wife Test Positive for COVID; CNN Series Takes on Injustice in America. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• Did Not Air 2-3a ET
• Center for Public Integrity Obtains COVID-19 Recommendations Not Released by White House; Interview with Rep. Veronica Escobar (D- TX); Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg Announces Undergoing Chemotherapy. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• Pentagon Issues New Policy on Display of Flags at Bases; Trump Tries to Sway Suburban Voters by Stoking Racial Divisions; Poll: Majority of Americans Disapprove of Trump's Handling of Coronavirus; Dr. Harry Heiman Discusses Georgia Battle Over Masks and the Virus. Aired 11:30a-12p ET
• CDC Delays Release Of Additional Documents On Reopening Schools; Dr. Anthony Fauci: We Should Make Sure It Is Safe To Get Children Back To School; Daily New Cases, Hospitalizations Rising In South Carolina; South Carolina Governor On In-Person School: "Parents Need To Have A Choice"; Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg Is Getting Chemo For Cancer Lesions On Liver. Aired 12-12:30p ET
• U.S. Hits New Daily Record, 9th Time In Last Month; Standoff Escalates As Georgia Governor Sues Atlanta Mayor For Mask Mandate; Florida Closes Pandemic Response Center After 12 Test Positive. Aired 1-1:30p ET
• Oklahoma Governor Seen in Public Without Mask before Testing Positive; Anger Erupts at Utah Public Meeting over Mask Mandate in Schools; Update on Coronavirus Responses Around the Country; Home Depot, Lowe's Join Retailers Requiring Masks Nationwide. Aired 1:30-2p ET
• Trump Hasn't Had a Pandemic-Related Event in 10 Days; White House Won't Say If Trump Will Send Son to School: "Personal Decision"; More NBA Players Test Positive While in Quarantine Bubble in Orlando; Former NBA Coach Stan Van Gundy Blasts Florida Governor on His Handling of Coronavirus, Mask Deniers; 2 California Churches Sue Governor Over Ban on Singing. Aired 2:30-3p ET


July 16, 2020
• Did Not Air 3:30-4a ET
• Moderna Keeps Its Fingers Crossed for Phase Three Trial; Healthcare Workers Trying to Stay Afloat in Overloaded Hospitals; Spain Remembers 28,000 Souls Taken by COVID-19; Attacks on Dr. Fauci Boomerangs to His Critics; China Pissed with Gangster-like Moves by U.S.; Twitter Accounts of High-Profile People Was Compromised; Centuries Old Statue Replaced with BLM Protester. Aired 3-3:30a ET
• Fauci: We Need To Hit The Reset Button; Southern U.S. States Account For 25 Percent Of The World's COVID Cases; US And China's Diplomatic And Economic Storm; Mexico's Women Face Onslaught Of Domestic Violence; Trump Replaces Campaign Manager amid Low Poll Numbers; OPEC and Allies Begin Easing Oil Cuts; Twitter Blames Coordinated Attack for Hack of Biden, Obama, Gates, Musk, Bezos; Vaccine Trial Expanding after Promising Results; Baby Infected with Coronavirus in Womb; The Mask Economy. Aired 1-2a ET
• Johns Hopkins Says U.S. Cases Near 3.5 Million; Florida Cases Top 300,000, More Than Most Countries; At Least 36 U.S. States Mandate Face Masks in Public; Moderna Vaccine Prepares for Phase 3 Trial; Fauci Defends Himself From White House Attacks; Spain Holds Ceremony Honoring COVID-19 Victims; U.S. Military COVID-19 Cases Rising in Japan. Aired 4-4:30a ET
• Officials Rush To Issue New Restrictions As U.S. Nears 3.5 Million Cases; Trump Demotes Campaign Manager Amid Sinking Polls; WNBA Star Say She Was Denied Medical Opt-Out, Team Says She'll Be Paid Whether Or Not She Plays. Aired 10-10:30a ET
• Record COVID-19 Hospitalizations in 14 States; New CDC School Reopening Guidelines Expected Friday; Vaccine Trial Expanding after Promising Results; Hong Kong Government Condemns U.S. Hong Kong Autonomy Act; Trump Districts from Navarro on Fauci Attack; Experts Link Hong Kong Outbreak to Easing of Restrictions; More Than 400 Million People in India Under Lockdown Again; French Study: Baby Infected with Coronavirus in Womb; Mexico Sees Rise in Domestic Violence During Pandemic; Police Reveal New Body Cam Footage of George Floyd Arrest; U.S. Retailers Adapt to the New Mask Economy. Aired 12- 1a ET
• French Study: Baby Infected with Coronavirus in Womb; High- Profile Twitter Accounts Hacked in Cryptocurrency Scam; U.S. Slaps Visa Restriction on Employees of Huawei and other Chinese Tech Companies; China Summons U.S. Ambassador Over Hong Kong Autonomy Act; Police Reveal New Body Cam Footage of George Floyd Arrest; Black Protester's Statue Replaces Slave Trader's; U.S. Retailers Adapt to the New Mask Economy. Aired 4:30-5a ET
• Record COVID-19 Hospitalizations in 14 States; New CDC Reopening Guidelines Expected Friday; Trump Districts from Navarro on Fauci Attack; Hong Kong Government Condemns Hong Kong Autonomy Act; Twitter Hack Hits Politicians, Business Leaders; Spanish King to Lead Ceremony Honoring COVID-19 Victims. Aired 2-3a ET
• NYPD Commissioner Dermot Shea is Interviewed about NYC Violence; Rose Parade Canceled; South Carolina Governor Wants In- Person Learning Options; United Shades of America Returns. Aired 9:30- 10a
• U.S. Case Trends: 38 States Rise, 9 Steady, 2 See Decline; Florida Reports 13,000+ New Infections in a Single Day; Dr. Tom Inglesby Discusses Florida's Rising Cases, Fauci Saying Time to Push Reset Button, Team Trump-Fauci Friction; Trump Shuffles Campaign Team as He Struggles in Polls; Poll: Majority of Voters Say They Would Vote for Biden. Aired 11-11:30a ET
• Coronavirus Surging Across Country; Interview With Gov. Andrew Cuomo (D-NY). Aired 3-3:30p ET
• WNBA to Dedicate Season to Black Lives Matter; Americans Continue to File for Unemployment as Extra $600 is Set to Expire; Twitter Hack Last Night Targeted Joe Biden, Barack Obama, Others. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• Fauci Pushes Back on "Bizarre Behavior" By White House to Discredit Him; Rising Cases in Washington Threaten State's Progress After First Outbreak; Officials Push to Issue New Restrictions As U.S. Nears 3.5 Million Cases; Officials Rush to Issue New Restrictions as U.S. Nears 3.5 Million Coronavirus Cases; Interview with Mayor Joe McComb (R) About Spike in Coronavirus Cases in Corpus Christi, Texas; Georgia Governor Bans Cities, Counties from Mandating Masks. Aired 9- 9:30a ET
• Georgia Governor Bans Cities, Counties from Mandating Masks; Refrigerated Trucks Arrive in Texas to Expand Morgue Capacity; Lt. Gov. John Fetterman, (D-Pennsylvania), Discusses Governor Tom Wolf Imposing New Restrictions as Cases Rise; Pelosi Pushing to Help States with New Stimulus; China Pushes Back as Trump Administration Considers Travel Ban on Chinese Communist Party Members. Aired 11:30a-12p ET
• Kansas Delays School Start Until After Labor Day; Wichita Mayor Warns City's Hospitals Close to Capacity; Trump Shuffles Campaign Team as Polls Show Pandemic Issues; Louisiana Official Says Virus Testing Is an American Failure; White House Says Science Should Not Stand in Way Of Opening Schools; NFL Players Association Says 72 Players Test Positive. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• CDC To Release Supplemental Recommendations On School Reopening; Virginia Adopts State-Wide Workplace Safety Standards; Hackers Target Prominent Twitter Accounts In Online Scam. Aired 12:30- 1p ET
• COVID-19 Situation Worsens in Many Parts of the U.S.; Interview with Former U.S. Surgeon General David Satcher; Interview with Trump 2020 National Press Secretary Hogan Gidley. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• U.S. Reports 66,000 More Coronavirus Infections; Nueces County, Texas Limits Beach Traffic Due To Virus Spread; CVS, Target Join Stores Requiring Customers To Wear Mask; Poll: Majority Of Voters Say They Would Elect Biden; President Donald Trump Shakes Up Team As His Poll Standing Sinks. Aired 12-12:30p ET
• CDC Study Shows U.S. Travel Bans Came Too Late For New York City; GOP Governor Blasts Trump For Hopeless Virus Response; First Randomized Clinical Trial Shows Hydroxychloroquine No More Effective In Early Treatment Of Mild COVID-19 Than Placebo. Aired 1-1:30p ET
• 1st Randomized Clinical Trial: Hydroxychloroquine No More Effective in Early COVID-19 Treatment Than Placebo; Texas Bars Protest Governor's Restrictions: "It's Discrimination"; Update on Coronavirus Responses Across the Country; Actress, Author and Advocate, Holly Robinson Peete, Discusses the Raging Debate over Wearing Masks; Fact- Checking Florida Governor's Reason for Rising Cases. Aired 1:30-2p ET
• Interview with Hogan Gidley, Trump 2020 Campaign National Press Secretary; CVS & Target Join Other Major Retailers Mandating Masks; Roy Austin, Attorney for St. Louis Prosecutor, Kim Gardner, Discusses Prosecutor Getting Death Threats as Trump Defends Armed Couple. Aired 2:30-3p ET


July 15, 2020
• U.S. is Headed to a Wrong Direction; Moderna Giving Hope to Millions of COVID Patients; U.K. Banned Huawei from Accessing 5G Network; Disneyland Says No High-Five's for Mickey and Minnie; Hong Kong Back to Strict Measures; Hong Kong Tightens Restrictions Amid Third Wave; Trump Administration Drops Restrictions On Foreign Students; Bolsonaro's Office Refuses To Confirm Coronavirus Test; Protesters Slam Bolsonaro's Handling Of Covid-19; U.S.-Canada Border Closure Extended; Top Experts Offers Bleak Outlook For The United States; In The United Kingdom, More Cases, Deaths Likely This Winter; Dozens Arrested As Protesters Demand Netanyahu Resign; New Cases Linked To One Michigan House Party; New Clusters Linked To Gatherings In At Least Eight States; President Trump Downplays Police Violence Against Black Americans; Pakistan Battling Pilot Licensing Scandal; Deadly Crash Reveals Pilot License Scandal In Pakistan; Airplane Safety; America In Crisis, President Trump Highlights Violence In U.S. Cities. Aired 3-4a ET
• 67,000 Cases in U.S.: New Daily Record; States Roll Back Reopenings As Infections Surge; Beijing-Washing Diplomatic Spat Intensifies; Canada And Mexico Close Borders With The U.S.; Brazil Second Only To U.S. For World COVID Cases And Fatalities; Trump Again Blames Testing for Virus Cases Spike; Biden Outlines $2 Trillion Plan for Clean Energy; Pandemic's Toll on Airline Industry; U.S. Banks Offer Grim Outlook in Earnings Profits; London Removes Banksy COVID-19 Graffiti from Tube. Aired 1-2a ET
• Top Medical Expert Offers Bleak Outlook for U.S.; Trump Takes Aim at China over Hong Kong; Hong Kong Tightness Restrictions amid "Third Wave"; India Could Soon Reach 1 Million COVID-19 Cases; Sources: U.S.-Canada Border Closure Extended; Mexico Extends Border Closing with U.S. Until August 14; Brazil Nearing 2 Million Cases and 75,000 Deaths; Michigan Party Leads to Dozens of Infections; Gun Violence and Murders Spiking in U.S. Cities Amid Pandemic; TikTok's Stars Stuck in Political Quagmire. Aired 12-1a ET
• U.S. Breaks Single Day Record with 67,000+ New Cases; Moderna Vaccine Promising, But More Research Needed; Trump Takes Aim at China Over Hong Kong; Jeff Sessions Loses to Trump-Backed Opponent in Alabama; Trump Downplays Police Violence Against Black Americans; Gun Violence and Murders Spiking in U.S. Cities. Aired 4-4:30a ET
• U.S. Sets Another Record For New Cases In 38 States See Spike; Arizona Officials Grapple With How To Reopen Schools Safely. Aired 10- 10:30a ET
• U.K. Report Says More Cases, Deaths Likely This Winter; CDC Director Says Masks Are Key for Reopening Schools; 43 New Cases Linked to One Michigan House Party; Polls Show Trump Vulnerable in Texas; U.S.-Canada Border Closure Extended; U.K. Bans Huawei Form Its 5G Telecom Network; Large Parts of U.S. Dealing with Record Heat; Trump's Niece Says He's Incapable of Leading This Country. Aired 4:30-5a ET
• Top Medical Expert Offers Bleak Outlook for U.S.; Moderna Vaccine Promising but More Research Needed; U.K. Bans Huawei from Its 5G Telecom Network; Trump Administration Drops Restrictions on Foreign Students; Mexico Extends Border Closing with U.S. until August 21st; Hong Kong Tightens Restrictions Amid Third Wave; Judges Denies Ghislaine Maxwell Bail, Cites Flight Risk; TikTok's Stars Struck In Political Quagmire. Aired 2-3a ET
• Schools near Reopening in Arizona; Texas Schools Can Stay Online-only Longer; Charleston Implements Mask Mandate. Aired 9:30-10a ET
• U.S. Sets Another Record for New Cases as 38 States See Spike; Florida Nears 300,000 Cases as Hospital Struggle to Keep Up; Texas Sees Record Number of New Cases Tuesday; California Reports Record Hospitalizations and ICU Admission; Navarro Slams Fauci After Administration Denies Effort to Attack Him; Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg Hospitalized; Trump Defends Confederate Flag, Calls It Freedom of Speech. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• School Reopening Safety Debate Continues; President Trump Raises Race Questions in New Interview; Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro Spreads COVID-19 Mistruths. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• U.S. Coronavirus Case Count Nears 3.5 Million; 54 Florida Hospital Intensive Care Units Already at Capacity; Dr. Jen Kates, Kaiser Family Foundation Sr Vice President, Discusses Rising U.S. Coronavirus Case Count, Trump Administration Ordering Hospitals to Send Data to Washington, Bypassing CDC; Official: White House Did Not Sign Off on Navarro Op-Ed Slamming Fauci; Trump's Niece: President Trump Is "Utterly Incapable of Leading this Country"; Reopening Restrictions in Georgia to Expire as Cases Soar; Jason Esteves, Atlanta Board of Education Chairman, Discusses Atlanta Public Schools Begin School Year Online Only, Pushing Back School Start Date. Aired 11-11:30a ET
• Moderna: Promising Results In Phase 1 Vaccine Trial; Alabama Sides With Trump In Republican Primary Fight; Poll: Biden Leads Trump In Pennsylvania Among Registered Voters. Aired 12:30-1p ET
• Georgia Megachurch Suspends In-Person Services; Walmart to Require Masks; Administration Official Attacks Dr. Fauci. Aired 3- 3:30p ET
• Jason Esteves, Atlanta Board of Education Chairman, Discusses Atlanta Public Schools Begin School Year Online Only, Pushing Back School Start Date;; Dr. Ashish Jha Discusses CDC Director Claiming Southern Spike Caused by Northern Visitors; Sources: Esper to Announce Ban on Divisive Symbols; Corporate Earnings Season Kicks Off as Coronavirus Cases Rise. Aired 11:30a-12p ET
• Soon Trump Speaks in Atlanta As Cases Spike in Georgia; Florida Reports 300,000+ Cases as Hospitals Struggle to Keep Up; Selma Schools Will Start Fall Online Classes As Cases Surge; Kansas State Resumes Football Workouts After Team Hit with Outbreak; CNN Views Police Bodycam Footage of George Floyd Arrest. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• U.S. Experiences Its Most Hospitalizations Since Late April; White House Official Slams Fauci After Administration Denies Effort To Attack Him; CDC Chief: If We All Wore Masks, Transmission Would Stop; CNN Views Body Camera Footage Of George Floyd Arrest; Moderna: Promising Results In Phase One Vaccine Trial. Aired 12-12:30p ET
• Pandemic Rages As U.S. Again Sets Single-Day Case Record; Florida In Crisis, Hospitals On Brink As ICUs Hit Capacity; Florida State Lawmaker, Residents Sue Over Mask Mandate. Aired 1-1:30p ET
• Texas Man's Amazing Coronavirus Survival Story; Trump On White House Adviser's Fauci Attack: He Should Not Have Done That; Update On Coronavirus Response Across The Country. Aired 1:30-2p ET
• Interview With Florida Doctor Bernard Ashby; White House Orders Hospital COVID-19 Information Sent To HHS; CNN Correspondents Contrast Testing Wait Times In U.S. And Germany. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• Don Wagner, Orange County Supervisor, Discusses School Board Decisions On Schools; Teacher Denise Bradford, Saddleback Valley Educators Association President, Discusses Orange County Recommendations On Reopening Schools; Experts: Ivanka Trump Broke Ethics Rules With Stunt To Promote Goya Beans. Aired 2:30-3p ET


July 14, 2020
• Coronavirus Crisis Continue to Rise Worldwide; California Back to Shutting Down Businesses; Indigenous Population Hard Hit in Latin America; England Impose Mandatory Wearing of Masks; Minors Awaits Long Hours for Their Trial in England; Coronavirus Pandemic; Israelis Demand Economic Relief As Restrictions Resume; Prime Minister Netanyahu's Approval Rating Falls Amid Worsening Crisis; Lebanon Grapples With Worst Economic Crisis In Decades Daughter's Scathing Obituary; U.N., More Than 130 Million May Go Hungry Due To Covid-19; IMF Issues Bleak Outlook For Middle East; Uptick In Infections Likely To Set Back Recovery; Quarter Two Expected To Be Worst Since 2008 Financial Crisis; Millions Of American Lost Health Insurance; Uninsured Adults In 2020; Washington Redskins Changing Name And Logo; Black Lives Matter Mural Outside Trump Tower Vandalized; Fighting Racism; New Frida Kahlo Mural Depicts Artist Wearing Mask. Aired 3-4a ET
• Trump Pulls Back on Criticism of Dr. Anthony Fauci; Trump Pressuring Governors to Reopen Schools; Florida Has More COVID-19 Cases Than Most Countries; U.S. States Hit Pause on Reopening Businesses; U.K. Study Suggests Antibody Immunity May Last Only Months; Texas Sees Dramatic Surge in New COVID-19 Cases; CDC Director Urges Use of Face Masks in Public; U.K. To Make Masks Mandatory in English Shops; Personal Protective Equipment Shortages Still a Problem. Aired 4-4:30a ET
• Pressure Grows To Shut Down Again As States See Surge; California Rolls Back Reopening As Cases Skyrocket In State; Capitol Hill Fight On Aid Escalates As Families Face Financial Crisis. Aired 10-10:30a ET
• Nearly 1 of Every 100 Americans Tests Positive; California Closes Bars, Most Churches, Gyms; Los Angeles Schools to Restart Online Only; Grieving Daughter Pens Scathing Obituary; Israelis Demand Economic Relief as Restrictions Resume; Spike in Deadly Shootings Across U.S.; Washington Redskins Changing Name and Logo; Hong Kong Officials Hold Briefing as Cases Rise. Aired 4:30-5a ET
• Seven Countries Confirmed 300,000 Cases Of The Coronavirus; COVID Vaccine Moving Ahead; NYC's First Day Without A Covid-Related Death; Uncertainty Affects Predictions For Oil Demand; Trump Pulls Back on Criticism of Dr. Antony Fauci; U.S. Military Bases in Okinawa Hit by COVID-19; Russian Oil Spill Worse than Expected; Anchor Boards First Flight in Months. Aired 1-2a ET
• COVID-19 Causing Logjam in British Legal System; European Union States Discuss COVID-19 Stimulus Plan; Israelis Demand Economic Relief as Restrictions Resume; Widespread Flooding Affecting Millions Across China; Personal Protective Equipment Shortages Still a Problem; CNN Anchor Boards First Flight in Months; Interview with Dr. Kim Schrier, House Representative, on COVID-19. Aired 12-1a ET
• Trump Pulls Back On Criticism Of Dr. Anthony Fauci; Israelis Demand Economic Relief As Restrictions Resume; Corporate Earnings Kick Off In Coming Day. Aired 2-3a ET
• Trump Administration Reverses Decision on International College Students; Should Texas Shut Down?; President Trump Set to Hold Press Conference. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• Record Virus Deaths in Latin America; Military Sees Uptick in Virus Cases; Delta Posts Loss; South Carolina Draws Back Reopening Plans; Sessions Battles for Senate Runoff; Judge Hears Harvard Lawsuit. Aired 9:30-10a
• Sessions Touts His Support Of Trump As Trump Back His Opponent; Biden Camp Releases New Ad Targeting Texas; NFL Could Use New Face Shield To Protect Players. Aired 12:30-1p ET
• California Orders Indoor Businesses to Close Amid Coronavirus Cases Surge; Florida Reports Second Highest Day of New Virus Cases; Houston Mayor Proposes 2-Week Shutdown as Cases Surge in Texas; Arizona Tracks Spread of COVID-19 Through Sewage System; President Trump Claims to Have a Good Relationship with Dr. Fauci Despite Their Differences in Opinion; U.S. States Roll Back Openings As Coronavirus Rages Across the U.S.; Brazil Reports a Quarter Million New Cases of Coronavirus in One Week. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• Interview with Rep. Nancy Pelosi (D-CA); Nurses Reuse Masks as PPE Shortage Increases; NBA and NFL Measures Under Way to Prevent COVID-19 Player Infection. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• Student Visas Will Not Be Denied for Online-Only Classes; Rice University Purchases Tents for Use as Outdoor Classrooms; CDC Chief Says Fall and Winter to Be One of the Most Difficult Times in History; Florida Reports 132 Deaths in One Day; Jeff Sessions Battles Trump Backed Tuberville in Senate Runoff. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• U.S. Cities Starting To Shut Down, Defying Trump's Pressure; Health Expert Says, Don't Expect Normalcy Until Summer Of 2022; Protester To Florida Governor, You Have No Plan, Shame On You. Aired 1-1:30p ET
• California Shuts Down Statewide as Florida and Texas Mayors Call for Same; Live Coverage as Biden Announces $2 Trillion Clean Energy Proposal; Biden's Speech Emphasizes Reviving American Manufacturing by Updating Infrastructure. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• California Says Schools Won't Open in Fall; Trump Says Those Talking Not Opening School Are Trying to Hurt His Reelection; States Roll Back Reopenings as Virus Rages Across U.S.; Florida Becomes Epicenter for Virus in U.S.; 48 Florida Hospitals Report No ICU Beds Available; Carrie Rodriguez, National Parents Union President, Discusses New Poll Showing Majority of Parents Disagree with Trump on Sending Kids Back to Class; Former A.G. Sessions Faces Off Against Trump-Backed Tuberville in Alabama Senate Primary; Trump Falsely Compares U.S. to E.U. on Reopening Schools. Aired 11-11:30a ET
• Trump Falsely Compares U.S. To E.U. On Reopening Schools; Former White House Chief Of Staff Calls Coronavirus A Hoax In February; Update On Coronavirus Responses From Around The World; Mark Parkinson, President & CEO, American Health Care Association, Discusses Their Letter To Governors Asking Them To Rethink Allowing Visitors To Nursing Homes; New Cases Force Lockdown Of U.S. Marine Corps Bases In Okinawa. Aired 11:30a-12p ET
• California Shuts Bars, Theaters, Zoos As Infections Soar; Pandemic Author: U.S. Running Out Of Time, Needs Another Lockdown; Testing Coordinator: "Very High" Demand Behind Testing Delays; New York Mandates Travelers From Certain States Fill Out Locations Forms; Maryland Governor Threatens Re-Closure If Restrictions Not Better Enforced. Aired 12-12:30p ET
• Nikki Fried (D), Florida Commissioner Of Agriculture And Consumer Services, Discusses Discontent With Florida Governor DeSantis' Response To Coronavirus; Former White House Chief Of Staff Sounds Coronavirus Test Warning Only When He's Personally Impacted; U.S.-Canada Border To Remain Closed Another Month; First Lady Pushes Masks After Trump's Months-Long Aversion; Update On Coronavirus Responses Around The Country. Aired 1:30-2p ET
• Biden Unveils $2 Trillion Plan To Reach 100 Percent Clean Electricity By 2035; Orange County's Board Of Education Votes To Reopen Schools Without Masks Or Social Distancing; Tucker Carlson Responds To Lead Writer Resigning After Posting Racist Comments; Four Former CDC Directors Blasting The Trump Administration's Dismissal Of Science; Twenty-One-Year-Old Bring Virus Home, Dad Now on a Ventilator. Aired 2:30-3p ET


July 13, 2020
• Highly Populated States Seeing Spike in Coronavirus Cases; President Trump Pick a Fight with Dr. Fauci; Safety for Kids Not Guaranteed this Fall; Heavy Rain Battered China's Provinces; WHO Investigates Origin of Virus in China; Two Pandemics Ravages South Africa; The White House is Aggressively Pushing to Reopen Schools; Walt Disney World Partially Reopens as Florida Coronavirus Cases Surge; President Trump Defends Frequent Golfing as His "Exercise"; Many Countries are Struggling with COVID-19; Incumbent President Andrzej Duda is Set to Win Election. Aired 3-4a ET
• White House Push to Discredit Dr. Anthony Fauci; 'Large Number' of U.S. Marines Test Positive in Japan; WHO Team in China Investigating COVID-19 Origins; South Africa Battles Gender-Based Violence; Schools Around the World Reopen Amid COVID-19 Threat; English Football Star Talks About Online Racism. Aired 12-1a ET
• Record Number of New Cases Reported to W.H.O. in a Single Day; Growing Rift Between White House and Dr. Anthony Fauci; White House Aggressively Pushing to Reopen Schools; Surgeon General Says Virus Can Be Turned Around in Weeks; Large Number of U.S. Marines Test Positive in Japan; W.H.O. Team in China Investigation COVID-19 Origins; Deadly Floods Strike Areas Along China's Yangtze River; Violent Protests Erupt in Serbia as COVID-19 Spreads. Aired 4-4:30a ET
• Trump Re-Tweets Sentiment That CDC Is Lying About Virus; Tension Grows Between Trump, Fauci As Virus Surges; Some Arizona Mayors Urge Governor To Expand Restrictions As Cases Soar. Aired 10- 10:30a ET
• WHO: Sunday An All-Time Record, 230,000 Cases Globally; U.S. Surge Continues, White House Discredits Fauci; 62 U.S. Marines Test Positive At Okinawa Base; Florida 15,000 COVID Cases Sunday: Most Of Any State At Any Time; White House Pushing to Discredit Top Virus Expert; Trump Commutes Sentence of Friend Roger Stone; Education Secretary Calls CDC Guidelines "Recommendations"; Disney Parks Reopen in Florida; Venezuelan Migrants Trying to Return Home Stuck at Border; Bollywood Stars Hospitalized as Cases Spike in India. Aired 1-2a ET
• White House Aggressively Pushing to Reopen Schools; Schools Around the World Reopen Amid COVID-19 Threat; Walt Disney World Partially Reopens as Florida Cases Surge; Protests in Russia's Far East Over Governor's Arrest; Incumbent President Andrzej Duda Wins Elections in Poland; Manchester City Wins Appeal of Two-Year Ban. Aired 4:30-5a ET
• Florida Sets New Daily Infection Record; White House Discredits Top Infectious Disease Doctor; White House Pushing to Re- Open School; School Openings Around the World Amid the Pandemic; WHO Investigates COVID-19 Origins in China; Navy Warship Catches in Fire in San Diego; U.S. Marines in Japan Positive for COVID. Aired 2-3a ET
• Over Half L.A. Hospitals Now at ICU Capacity; Interview with Sen. Jeff Merkley (D-OR); New Study Predicts Childcare Shortages. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• Florida Shatters Single-Day Record for Coronavirus Cases; Georgia Hospital Beds Running Low as New Cases Surge; Phoenix Mayor Says City Seeing Record Usage of Ventilators; Tension Grows Between Trump, Fauci as Virus Surges; Trump and DeVos Push Schools to Open This Fall; Brazil Nears 1.9 Million Coronavirus Cases. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• Cases Rise in 35 States as Infections Surge in Florida, California, Texas, Arizona; Florida Shatters U.S. Record for Most New Cases in Single Day; Nurse Leah Carpenter, CEO, Memorial Hospital West, Discusses Florida Hospital "Bursting at the Seams" as ICU Beds Run Low; White House Launches Attack on Dr. Anthony Fauci as He Disagrees with Trump on Virus; White House Officials Send Mixed Messages on Sending Kids Back to School; Washington's NFL Team Dropping "Redskins" Name and Logo. Aired 11-11:30a ET
• Virus Patients Overwhelm Brazil; Push to Reopen Schools as Cases Surge; Weekend Shootings in Chicago; Redskins to Change Name. Aired 9:30-10a
• Coronavirus Surging in Florida; President Trump Defends Roger Stone Commutation. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• NHL Teams Starting Training Camp For Season Restart; Some GOP Criticize Trump On Stone Commutation, Statements On Protesters And Comments On Wearing Mask; France Rules Out Lockdown If 2nd Wave Brings Surge In Cases. Aired 12:30-1p ET
• California's Two Largest School Districts Will Offer Online Only Instruction in The Fall; DeVos Won't Say If Schools Should Follow CDC Guidelines; White House Denies Opposition Research on Fauci Despite Memos Against Him; NFL's Washington Reskins Changing Team Name and Logo. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• As Texas and Georgia Reverse Reopening, New York Reports a Day With Zero Deaths; Interview with Florida Doctor Nicholas Namias; One in Five Texas Teachers Considering Leaving Profession. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• Washington's NFL Team Dropping "Redskins" Name and Logo; Mayor Marty Walsh (D-Boston) Discusses Boston Entering Phase Three of Reopening Plan, When & How to Reopen Schools; Dr. Angela Duckworth Discusses How to Persuade People to Wear a Mask; Polls: Trump Losing Support in States Where Coronavirus Is Surging. Aired 11:30a-12p ET
• Trump Support Dropping In States Where COVID-19 Is Surging; Administration Launches Coordinated Attack On Dr. Anthony Fauci; Florida Logs Second-Highest Daily Total For New Cases; Atlanta Mayor: My Asymptomatic Child Gave Me Coronavirus; Trump Pushes For Schools To Reopen Despite Surge In Cases. Aired 12-12:30p ET
• Pandemic Rages As One Out Of 100 Americans Has Been Infected; White House Attacks Doctors, Scientists, Facts As Pandemic Worsens; Source Close To Task Force Says, Schools Shouldn't Reopen If Community Has A Five-Day Increase In Community Spread. Aired 1-1:30p ET
• UGA Student Says Peers Care More About Bud Light Than Grandma Dying Amid Pandemic; Filmmakers Warn Roger Stone Commutation Has Unleashed Stone; Fauci: Some States Went From Shutdown To "Throwing Caution To The Wind"; Coronavirus Updates From Around The World; Trump Taking Questions At White House As Pandemic Worsens. Aired 2:30-3p ET
• White House Press Briefing; Houston Rockets Guard Russell Westbrook Tests Positive for Coronavirus; Coronavirus's Impact Across the Country. Aired 1:30-2p ET


July 12, 2020
• Brazil Surpasses 1.8 Million Cases, Tops 70,000 Deaths; Trump Refused To Wear Mask Publicly Before Hospital Visit; Coronavirus Cases In U.S. Rising To Record Levels; Mueller Defends Prosecution Against Roger Stone; Trump Demands Schools Reopen As Cases Surge Across The U.S.; Arizona Teachers Concerned About Safely Reopening; Florida Releases Detailed Numbers Of Coronavirus Hospitalizations; Tourists Risk Arizona's Surge To See Nature; International Students May Be Forced To Leave U.S. Aired 12-1a ET
• Coronavirus' Asymptomatic Spread; Coronavirus Cases In U.S. Rising To Record Levels; CDC Warns Against Fully Reopening Schools; Arizona Teachers Concerned About Safely Reopening; Trump Refused To Wear Mask Publicly Before Hospital Visit; Florida Governor Ron DeSantis Not Proceeding With Reopening Plan; Virus Arrives In Idlib, Syria's Last Rebel Stronghold; DNC Warns Campaigns About Using TikTok App. Aired 1-2a ET
• GOP Senators Mitt Romney, Pat Toomey Call Out Trump For Commuting Roger Stone's Sentence; Coronavirus Cases In U.S. Rising To Record Levels; Florida Governor Wants More Testing; Tourists Risk Arizona's Surge To See Nature; Violent Anti-Government Protests Rock Belgrade; Virus Arrives In Idlib, Syria's Last Rebel Stronghold; Bosnia Marks 25 Years Since Srebrenica Massacre; Poland Votes In Presidential Runoff Election. Aired 5-6a ET
• Coronavirus' Asymptomatic Spread; Florida Governor Wants More Testing; Coronavirus Cases in U.S. Rising to Record Levels; Trump Refused to Wear Mask Publicly before Hospital Visit; How Countries around the World Have Responded to COVID-19; Poland Votes in Presidential Runoff Election; Dodger Stadium Hosts Both Baseball and COVID-19 Testing. Aired 4-5a ET
• Trump Refused To Wear Mask Publicly Before Hospital Visit; Coronavirus Cases In U.S. Rising To Record Levels; CDC Warns Against Fully Reopening Schools; Arizona Teachers Concerned About Safely Reopening; Governor Ron DeSantis Not Proceeding With Reopening Plan; How Countries Around The World Have Responded To COVID-19; DNC Warns Campaigns About Using TikTok App; Dodger Stadium Hosts Both Baseball And COVID-19 Testing. Aired 2-3a ET
• Fauci Issues A Warning To The World; Coronavirus Cases In U.S. Rising To Record Levels; Brazilian President Touting Controversial Drug; Violent Anti-Government Protests Rock Belgrade; Melbourne Enters Second Round Lockdown; How Countries Around The World Have Responded To COVID-19; International Students May Be Forced To Leave U.S.; Bosnia Marks 25 Years Since Srebrenica Massacre; Poland Votes In Presidential Runoff Election. Aired 3-4a ET
• White House Seeks To Discredit Dr. Anthony Fauci; Trump Trailing Behind Biden In Polls; President Trump Wearing Mask For The First Time; Fire And Explosion Onboard USS Bonhomme Richard; NBA Adjusting To The NBA Bubble; Florida Sets Single-Day Record Of New Coronavirus Cases; Safety Of Students And Teachers For School Reopening; LA Country DA Target Of Black Lives Matter. Aired 5-6p ET
• Atlanta Turns Convention Center Into Overflow Hospital; Sailors Injured In Explosion On Board Navy Ship In San Diego; DeVos Refuses To Give Clear Guidance On How To Reopen Schools Safely; Black Lives Matter Targets L.A.'s First Black District Attorney. Aired 2-3p ET
• Eleven Sailors Injured In Explosion On USS Bonhomme Richard; Secretary Betsy DeVos Calls On Schools To Reopen As Cases Surge Nationwide; White House Officials Raise Questions About Dr. Fauci; Trump Claims He "Aced" Recent Cognitive Test; Trump Shifts Reelection Rhetoric To Stoking Divisions, Culture Wars; Poll: 67 Percent Of Americans Disapprove Of Trump's Handling Of Pandemic; Florida Breaks Daily Record For COVID-19 Cases. Aired 4-5p ET
• CNN Reports, White House Officials Raise Questions About Fauci For Openly Disagreeing With President In Favor Of Science; Arizona Teacher Dies Of Virus, Two Colleagues Also Get Sick After Sharing Classroom; Seventeen Sailors, Four Civilians Taken To Hospitals After Fire Explosion On USS Bonhomme Richard; President Trump Defends Decision To Commute Sentence Of Roger Stone; Robert Mueller Defends Stone Prosecution In Rare Public Remarks. Aired 6-7p ET
• Several Sailors Injured In Explosion On Ship In San Diego; Record Spike In Coronavirus Cases Worldwide; U.S. Reports 60,000-Plus New COVID-19 Cases, 33 States Facing Rising Infections. Aired 3-4p ET


July 11, 2020
• Coronavirus Cases in U.S. Rising to Record Levels; States Pausing or Rolling Back Plans to Reopen Due to Coronavirus Spikes; Florida for First Time Releases Detailed Numbers of Coronavirus Hospitalizations; Disney World Opens Theme Parks in Florida Despite Ongoing Coronavirus Pandemic; Arizona Hospitals Reaching Capacity Due to Coronavirus Spike; President Trump Commutes Prison Sentence of Political Adviser Roger Stone; Former U.S. Secretary of Education Arne Duncan Interviewed on What is Needed to Reopen Schools; Rep. Sheila Jackson Lee (D-TX) Interviewed on Rapid Increase of Coronavirus Cases in Texas. Aired 10-11a ET
• U.S. COVID-19 New Cases Break Single-Day Record; Governor Pushes Schools Reopening as Cases Surge in Florida; Trump Commutes Pal Roger Stone's Prison Sentence; Trump Pandemic Disapproval Rating Hits All-Time High at 67 Percent; Texas Reports Record COVID-19 Cases, Deaths; Cases Continue to Spike Dramatically in South America; U.K.'s Black Nurses Battling both COVID-19 and Racism. Aired 12-12:30a ET
• Governor Pushes Schools Reopening as Cases Surge in Florida; U.S. COVID-19 New Cases Break Single-Day Record; Trump Commutes Pal Roger Stone's Prison Sentence; White House Won't Provide Details of Trump's Cognitive Test; Florida's Disney World Reopens amid Surge; Serbian Protesters Blame President for Ongoing Crisis; Polish Candidates Running Neck-and-Neck; Japanese Fans Finally Watch Baseball; Growing Backlash for Goya after CEO Praised Trump. Aired 2- 2:30a ET
• Governor Pushes Schools Reopening as Cases Surge in Florida; U.S. COVID-19 New Cases Break Single-Day Record; Trump Commutes Pal Roger Stone's Prison Sentence; Cases Surge in America's Three Most Populous States; Trump Confirms U.S. Conducted Cyber Attack on Russia; Cases Continue to Spike Dramatically in South America; U.K.'s Black Nurses Battling both COVID-19 and Racism. Aired 3-4a ET
• Governor Pushes Schools To Reopen As Cases Surge In Florida; U.S. COVID-19 New Cases Break Single-Day Record; Trump Commutes Pal Roger Stone's Prison Sentence; COVID-19's Disproportionate Impact On Communities Of Color; Trump Confirms U.S. Conducted Cyber Attack On Russia; Turkey Converting Hagia Sophia Back Into A Mosque; Bosnia Marks 25th Anniversary Of Srebrenica Massacre; Japanese Fans Finally Watch Baseball. Aired 4-5a ET
• Trump Attending Campaign Fundraiser In Florida As State Sees Record Cases; Governor Pushes Schools To Reopen As Cases Surge In Florida; U.S. COVID-19 New Cases Break Single-Day Record; Trump Commutes Pal Roger Stone's Prison Sentence; Defense Department Medical Task Force Arrives In Texas Monday; Cases Continue To Spike Dramatically In South America; Trump Confirms U.S. Conducted Cyber Attack On Russia; English Football Legend Jack Charlton Dies at 85. Aired 5-6a ET
• Florida Governor Ron DeSantis States Rising Coronavirus Cases Due To Increased Testing; Florida For First Time Releases Detailed Numbers Of Coronavirus Hospitalizations; Disney World Opens Theme Parks In Florida Despite Ongoing Coronavirus Pandemic; Coronavirus Testing At Dodger Stadium In Los Angeles, California Resumes; Arizona Hospitals Reaching Capacity Due To Coronavirus Spike; Georgia Governor Criticizes Atlanta Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms Rolling Back City's Reopening; President Trump Threatens To Defund Public Schools That Do Not Reopen. Aired 2-3p ET
• U.S. Sees Record Day Of New COVID-19 Cases; Schiff: If You Lie For The President, You Get A Pass; Trump Says He Will Wear Mask On Visit To Walter Reed Medical; President Trump Commutes Roger Stone's Prison Sentence; DNC Warns Campaigns About Using TikTok App; Florida Governor Ron DeSantis Gives COVID Update. Aired 12-1p ET
• U.S. Sees Record Day Of New COVID-19 Cases, Totaling 66,000- Plus; Arizona Adds 4,000-Plus New COVID-19 Cases In Single Day; Trump Ignores Surging Cases, Says U.S. Winning War On Coronavirus; NYT: CDC Documents Warned Of "Highest Risk" If Schools Fully Reopened; Florida Reports 10,000-Plus New Coronavirus Cases; Study Shows Coronavirus Can Attack All Major Body Organs; Trump Commutes Roger Stone's Prison Sentence. Aired 3-4p ET
• U.S. Sees Record Day Of New COVID-19 Cases; Florida Records 188 Deaths In A Single Day Setting New State Record; Trump Says He Will Wear Mask On Visit To Walter Reed Medical; Disney World Reopens; Back To School Plans In Flux As U.S. Sets Record For New Cases; Trump Commutes Roger Stone's Sentence; Brazil Surpasses 1.8 Million Cases, Tops 70,000 Deaths. Aired 11a-12p ET
• Florida Governor Continues To Attribute Case Surge To Increased Testing; Gov. DeSantis: New Shipments Of Remdesivir Arriving In Florida Today; Trump Says He'll Wear Mask On Visit To Walter Reed Medical Center; Retail Trade Group Asks Trump To Institute Federal Mask Guidelines; Schools Battle With Reopening Plans As New Cases Surge; Dr. Chad Gestson, Phoenix Union High School District Superintendent, Discusses Continuing Virtual Learning & Trump Threatening To Cut Funding If Schools Don't Fully Open. Aired 1-2p ET
• U.S. Coronavirus Cases Total More Than The Population Of 21 States; Florida Reports 10,000-Plus New Coronavirus Cases; Rep. Charlie Crist (D-FL) Is Interviewed About The Coronavirus Pandemic; Trump On Defense After Commuting Roger Stones' 40-Month Sentence; Trump Says He'll Wear Mask On Visit To Walter Reed Medical Center; Inside An Overwhelmed California Hospital At U.S.-Mexico Border. Aired 4-5p ET
• Georgia Shatters Record; Trump Repeats False Claim; Federal Funding Of Schools; Trump Speaks Ahead Of Walter Reed Medical Center Visit Where He's Expected To Wear A Mask; GOP Senators Mitt Romney, Pat Toomey Call Out Trump For Commuting Roger Stone's Sentence; Biden Tweets Trump Is "Most Corrupt" President In Response To Roger Stone's Commutation. Aired 5-6p ET
• Trump Wears Face Mask On Visit To Walter Reed Medical Center; U.S. Coronavirus Cases Total More Than The Population Of 21 U.S. States; Dodger Stadium Hosts Baseball And COVID-19 Testing; U.S. Sees Record Day Of New COVID-19 Cases, Totaling 66,000-Plus; Bolsonaro Pushes For Economy To Reopen As Brazil's Cases Soar. Aired 6-7a ET


July 10, 2020
• U.S.' Coronavirus Cases Looking Worse Each Day; Latin American Countries Seeing Huge Spike in Coronavirus Cases; COVID Hits World Leaders; Additional Information on COVID-19 Found by Medical Experts; Hong Kong Facing Their Third Wave; Japan Says COVID Can't Stop Sports; Australia Dead Serious in Combating the Virus; Coronavirus Pandemic; U.S. Breaks Single-Day Record With 63,240 Plus New Cases; Trump, Top Health Officials In Test Of Wills Over Schools; President Trump, Health Experts At Odds Over Testing; President Trump Threatens To Cut Funds For Schools That Don't Reopen; Joe Biden Unveils Build Back Better Plan; Joe Biden Unveils Plan To Spur U.S. Manufacturing Technology; U.S. Supreme Court Blocks Congress From Seeing Trump's Taxes; Ex-Trump Lawyer Michael Cohen Taken Back Into Custody; Seoul Mayor Park Won-soon Found Dead; Trump Ally Faces Tough Runoff Election; MLS Tournament Kicks Off With Black Lives Matter Tribute; Second MLS Team Barred From Playing After Nine Positive Tests; Black Live Matter Mural Painted Outside Trump Tower. Aired 3-4a ET
• Florida Breaks Record for Daily COVID Deaths; Hong Kong Tightens Restrictions to Fight New Outbreak; U.S. Supreme Court Rules on Trump's Financial Records; Brazil Surpasses 1.7 Million COVID Infections as Bolsonaro Fights Disease; Mexico Forges Ahead with Reopening Despite Case Surge; Australian State of Victoria Sees Surge in New Cases; Seoul Mayor Park Won-Soon Found Dead; Second MLS Team Barred from Playing after 9 Positive Tests; Former Wimbledon Finalist Describes Racism On & Off Court. Aired 12-1a ET
• U.S. Sets Fresh Single-Day Record with 63,000+ New Cases; California, Texas, Florida See Record Daily Deaths; 19 Percent of People Tested in Florida are Infected; Silent Spreaders Pose Unseen Dangers; Brazil Surpasses 1.7 Million COVID-19 Infections; Hong Kong Reports New Surge in Locally-Transmitted Cases; Scientists Warn of Potential Brain Damage From Virus; Inside An Overwhelmed U.S.-Mexico Border Hospital. Aired 4-4:30a ET
• U.S. Hits Record 60,000+ New Cases In One Day As Virus Spreads; COVID-19 Tests At 33 Percent Positivity Rate In Arizona; Ohio Governor Mandates Masks In 12 Counties As Cases Spike. Aired 10-10:30a ET
• Inside an Overwhelmed U.S.-Mexico Border Hospital; CDC Standing by Guidance for Schools Reopening; Schools Prepare for Reopening; U.S. Supreme Court Rules Prosecutors Can Subpoena Trump's Taxes; Biden Unveils Build Back Better Plan; Former Wimbledon Finalist Describes Racism On and Off Court. Aired 4:30-5a ET
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• Another U.S. High: Record Number Of CV Cases In A Single Day; Japan And Hong Kong's Coronavirus Cases Top Previous Marks; The U.K's Black Nurses Struggle With COVID-19 And Racism; CDC Will Not Revise School Guidelines Despite Trump's Push; U.S. Supreme Court: Prosecutors Can Subpoena Trump's Taxes; Seoul Mayor Park Won-Soon Found Dead; Disney World Them Parks Wet to Reopen Saturday; Biden Unveils Economic Plan to Spur American Manufacturing. Aired 1-2a ET
• Fauci's Warnings Get Louder, U.S. In Very Serious Problem; Americans Waiting Hours For Tests, Multiple Days For Results; . Aired 1-1:30p ET
• Major League Soccer Preparing to Resume; Disney World Set to Reopen. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• New Study Finds COVID-19 Causes Widespread Blot Clotting; Robert Redfield Calls Reopening Schools a Public Health Benefit; College Football May Not Happen in Fall. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• Delta's CEO is Interviewed about the Airlines; Clemency for Stone; California Combats Covid-19 Increases. Aired 9:30-10a
• Trump Agrees to Wear Mask to Hospital After White House Aides Plead with Him; Daily Fatality Rate in Texas Tops 100 Mark; Louisiana Governor Says State Lost All Gains Made on Virus in June; Anthony Fauci: Reopening Too Soon Contributed to Spike in Cases in Arizona and Florida; Arizona Governor Limits Indoor Dining at Restaurants to 50 Percent; ICU Patients Up 86 Percent in Miami-Dade County. Aired 9- 9:30a ET
• U.S. Hits Record 63K New Cases in One Day; Arizona Caps Restaurant Capacity at 50 Percent; Delta CEO Says Federal Government Should Mandate Masks on Flights. Aired 11:30-12p ET
• Trump Claims He "Aced" Cognitive Test But Offers No Proof; Schools Battle With Reopening Plans As New Cases Surge; Never-Trump Republicans Are Back, And They Are Using Trump's Own Words Against Him. Aired 12:30-1p ET
• Roger Stone Pleads with Judge Not to Send Him to Prison; Trump Is Looking to Pardon Stone; Trump Says He Aced a Cognitive Test; Goya Foods CEO Praises Trump, Sparks Outcry for Boycott; "Things I wish I Knew Before I Started Talking", Tomorrow; Goya CEO Claims Double Standard Over His Praise for Trump; Amazon Employees Ordered to Delete TikTok From Phones Amid Security Concerns; Arizona Reduces Dining Capacity as Cases Soar; Dallas Superintendent Says High School Football Unlikely in Texas. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• Texas, Florida, and Arizona COVID-19 Cases Skyrocket; Trump Travels to Florida Today; U.C. Berkeley Student COVID-19 Surge May Be Tied to Fraternity and Sorority Parties. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• Florida Average Of Daily New Cases Surges By 1237 Percent Since Reopening In May; Dr. Anthony Fauci: Trying To Figure Out Trump Claim That 99 Percent Of Cases "Harmless"; President Donald Trump Lands In Florida As State's New Cases Top 11K In One Day; President Donald Trump Postpones New Hampshire Rally Scheduled For Tomorrow; Hospitals Warn Of PPE And Ventilators Shortages. Aired 12-12:30p ET
• Daughter Uses Dad's Obituary to Call Out Leaders For His Deaths; Experts Warn Against Summer Travel As Infections Surge. Aired 2:30-3p ET
• Soon: Trump Lands in Florida as Cases, Hospitalizations Surge; Fauci on U.S. Virus Response: "We're Just Not" Doing Great; Experts Push Back on Trump Blaming Tests for Rise in Cases; Back-to-School Plans in Flux as U.S. Shatters Record for New Cases; Hospitals Deal with Reality of Spiking Cases. Aired 11-11:30a ET
• Poll Shows Nearly 70 Percent Disapprove Of Trump's Response, A New High; Florida Lawyers Sue Jacksonville Over Hosting Convention In Pandemic; Former Lady Antebellum Trio Suing Singer Lady A Over Name Change. Aired 1:30-2p ET


July 09, 2020
• Mixed Messages Confuses People on What to Follow; President Trump Push to Reopen Schools; Serbians Protested the Country's Curfew; Australia Takes Drastic Measures to Combat Coronavirus; Coronavirus Pandemic, President Trump Threatens Funds For Schools That Won't Reopen; President Trump Bashes CDC School Reopening Guidelines; Dr. Anthony Fauci Sidelined From Latest White House Briefing; President Trump Disagrees With Tough And Expensive CDC Guidelines; Teachers, We Want To Bring Kids Safely Back To School; New School Plans Must Balance Virtual In-Person Learning; U.N. Expert, United States Killing Of Iran's Soleimani Unlawful; Iran Surpasses 12,000 Virus Deaths; Cuba Emerging From Lockdown; China's Stock Market Soars On Economic Recovery Hopes; United Airlines Warns 36,000 Employees May Lose Jobs; Havana's Businesses And Beaches Reopen But Not Its Airport; Robots Cheer Baseball Team To Victory. Aired 3-4a ET
• Top U.S. Experts Says We've Got to Get Our Arms Around This; 35 States Have Implemented Some Type of Mask Requirement; U.S. Passes 132,000 Deaths, Three Millions Cases; Hospitals Running Out of ICU Capacity; U.S. CDC to Release New Guidelines on Reopening Schools; Hong Kong Battles Third Wave of Coronavirus; Asia's Mask Acceptance Contrasts with American's Resistance. Aired 4-4:30a ET
• U.S. Passes 132K Deaths, 3 Million Cases; Hospitalizations Up in Hardest Hit U.S. states; Hong Kong Reports Surge in Local Transmissions; Brazil Exceeds 1.7 Million Cases, 68K Deaths; Millions under Six-Week Lockdown in Melbourne; Asia's Mask Acceptance Contrasts with America's Resistance; Trump Threatens to Cut Funding if Schools Don't Reopen; Rescue Efforts Underway as Death Toll Mounts in Japan; Two-Time F1 Champion Fernando Alonso to Return in 2021. Aired 12-1a ET
• Three Million COVID Cases But Schools Must Open; Five Million In Six-Week Lockdown In Australia; Lopez Obrador And Trump: Entirely Amicable Official Visit; Brazil World's No. 2 For Coronavirus Cases, Mexico Surges; Hong Kong Reports a Surge in Locally Transmitted Cases; Asia's Mask Acceptance Contrasts with America's Resistance; Chinese Financial Markets Enjoying Bull Run; U.S. Set to Release Weekly Jobless Claims; Tracking Wildlife with Technology; Trump Family Attorney Asks Judge to Block Book. Aired 1-2a ET
• Trump Pressures Governors to Reopen Schools as Cases Surge; Trump Threatens to Cut Funding for Schools Who Don't Reopen; New School Plans Must Balance Virtual and In-Person Learning; Phoenix Man Died During 2017 Arrest, Begged for His Breath; New Report Expected to Show Only Slight Drip in U.S. Jobless Claims. Aired 4:30-5a ET
• Supreme Court Rules On New York Prosecutor's Request For Trump Financial Docs; Supreme Court Blocks Congress From Getting Trump's Financial Records For Now. Aired 10-10:30a ET
• Trump Threatens Funding For Schools That Don't Reopen; Rescue Efforts Underway As Death Toll Mounts In Japan; United Airlines Warns Of Possible Furloughs; U.S. Passes 132K Deaths, 3 Million Cases; Hospitalizations Up in Hardest Hit U.S. States; Universities Sue Trump Administration over Visas; Millions under Six-Week Lockdown in Melbourne; Hong Kong Reports Surge in Local Transmissions; Serbia Riots in Response to COVID-19 Curfew. Aired 2-3a ET
• Fauci Says, Problematic States Need To Consider Pausing Now; Supreme Court Rejects Trump's Immunity Argument Over Taxes. Aired 1- 1:30p ET
• Volunteers in U.S. Can Register for Vaccine Clinical Trials; Hospitals Strained As States See Record Spikes in COVID Cases; Anthony Fauci: States With Serious Problems of COVID Cases Should Consider Shutting Down. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• California Sees Rise in Covid Cases; Trump Pushes for Schools to Reopen; Unemployment Numbers for Last Week; Brazil's Cases Surpass 1.7 Million; Hong Kong Battling Covid-19. Aired 9:30-10a ET
• Growing Pandemic; Biden Lays Out Economic Vision. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• CDC Rebuffs WH, Won't Change Guidelines For School Reopening; California Colleges Closes Campus, Offers Online Only Fall Classes. Aired 12:30-1p ET
• Fauci Says Hard-Hit States Should Think About Shutting Down Again as U.S. Hits 3 Million Cases; Ivy League Postpones All Fall Sports Until January 1st; NYC Begins Painting Black Lives Matter Mural Outside Trump Tower. Aired 11:30-12p ET
• Supreme Court Rules NY Prosecutors Can Seek Trump Tax Returns, Blocks Congress from Getting Financial Records for Now; Pelosi Responds to Supreme Court Rulings on Trump's Financial Records; CDC Rebuffs WH, won't Change Guidelines for School Reopening. Aired 11- 11:30a ET
• Supreme Court Sends Trump Tax Cases Back to Lower Courts; Live Analysis of Implications of Court Decisions. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• Joe Biden Lays Out Economic Agenda in Pennsylvania Speech; Joe Biden Won't Ignore Essential Workers Who Deserve Higher Pay; Biden Says He Sees a Different American Than Trump; Biden Lays Out Economic Agenda in Pennsylvania Speech; Trump Again Pushes Nonsensical Claim About U.S. Testing; Supreme Court Rules NY Prosecutor Can Seek Trump Tax Returns and Blocks Congress from Getting Financial Records; Black Lives Matter Mural Outside Trump Tower. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• States Eye Possible Return To Stay-At-Home Orders; Florida Reports 8935 New Cases In Past 24 Hours; President Donald Trump Defends Raising Cases By Falsely Blaming Testing; Supreme Court Rules New York Prosecutors Can Seek Trump Tax Returns, Blocks Congress From Getting Financial Records For Now; CDC Refuses White House, Won't Change Guidelines For School Reopening. Aired 12-12:30p ET
• Overwhelmed Texas Hospitals Setting Up Overflow ICU Tents; 1,000 TSA Employees Test Positive For Coronavirus; Scientists Sound Alarm On Potential Brain Damage From Virus. Aired 1:30-2p ET
• Coronavirus Cases Continue to Rise in 35 States; Michael Cohen Returns to Prison; Supreme Court Rules on Trump Tax Cases. Aired 2- 2:30p ET
• Transcripts from Officers' Body Camera Add Chilling Context To George Floyd's Last Moment; White House Says, We're On Page With CDC Despite Mixed Messages On Schools. Aired 2:30-3p ET


July 08, 2020
• Coronavirus Pandemic; Members Of Trump Inner Circle Cash In On Covid Bailout; Virus Rages In U.S. Placing Economic Recovery In Doubt; Vice Chair Of Fed Says More Can Be Done To Help Recovery; Facebook Under Fire; TikTok Leaving Hong Kong In Wake Of National Security Law; Mexican President Takes Commercial Flight To United States; President Trump's Niece Pens Scathing Book About U.S. President; President Trump Pushes For Schools To Reopen As Virus Surges; Deadly Flooding, Flash Floods Rip Through Japan; President Trump Ignores Surging Coronavirus Cases in the U.S. Australian Residents Faces Another Lockdown; Brazilian President Get His Proof of the Virus; Israel Hit with a Second Wave of COVID. Aired 3-4a ET
• New Prediction of 208,000 U.S. Deaths by November; Experts Say Fewer Deaths If Most Americans Wear Masks; Trump Says He Will Pressure Governors to Reopen Schools; Trump's Niece Pens Scathing Book About U.S. President; Despite Spike in Cases, Trump Planning Visit to Florida. Aired 4-4:30a ET
• U.S.A: Three Million Cases, 131,000 Deaths; Australian Prime Minister Backs Drastic Isolation Of Melbourne; Mexican President AMLO To Visit The White House; Bolsonaro Tests Positive But Maintains Bravado; Israel Reimposes Lockdown After All-Clear; New Antibodies Study Adds Evidence against Herd Immunity; Tiktok Leaving Hong Kong in Wake of National Security Law; Civil Rights Groups "Disappointed" after Zuckerberg Meeting; U.S. Federal Reserve Vice Chair: "No Limit" to Asset Purchases; Nice's Book Claims Trump Sees "Cheating as a Way of Life"; Dozens Killed as Rainfall Triggers Flash Flooding in Japan; English Football Effort to Boost Management Diversity. Aired 1-2a ET
• U.S. Breaks Record for New Daily Coronavirus Cases; Brazil Reports over 45,000 New Infections as Bolsonaro Tests Positive; Australia's Health Authorities Taking Drastic Move to Contain the Virus; Israel's Public Health Director Quits; Trump Pressures Governors to Reopen Schools; U.S. President Pushing for Schools to Reopen; U.S. May Send International Students Home if Classes Go Online; Canadian Leader Skips Meeting with U.S., Mexican Presidents to Celebrate Trade Deal; Niece's Book Claims Trump Sees 'Cheating as a Way of Life'; TikTok Leaving Hong Kong in Wake of National Security Law; English Football Making Effort to Boost Management Diversity. Aired 12-1a ET
• Hospitals Strained, ICUs Filled Up As U.S. Nears 3 Million Cases; Supreme Court Says, Trump Can Weaken Obamacare Contraceptive Mandate; Trump Threatens To Cut Off Funding If Schools Don't Open. Aired 10-10:30a ET
• Governors in Florida and Texas Split as Cases Surge; Brazilian President Test Positive for COVID-19; Melbourne to Reimpose Six-Week Lockdown as Cases Spike; Civil Rights Groups Disappointed After Zuckerberg Meeting; TikTok Leaving Hong Kong in Wake of National Security Law; Trump Attacks Mail-In Voting as More States Allow It. Aired 4:30-5a ET
• Hospitalizations High in California; Hospitals Strained in Arizona; Roberts Briefly Hospitalized After Fall; Louisville Sees Uptick in Crime; Soccer's Comeback Kicks off Tonight. Aired 9:30-10a ET
• International Students Fearing Deportation; Trump Pushes to Reopen All Schools. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• Interview with Phoenix Mayor Kate Gallego; Tucker Carlson Questions Tammy Duckworth's Patriotism Over Confederate Statue Remark; Lieutenant Colonel Vindman to Retire from Army. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• White House Taskforce to Hold Briefing As COVID Cases Surge; President Trump Ratchets Up Pressure on Schools to Reopen. Aired 11:30-12p ET
• ICU at 56 Florida Hospital Hit Capacity; Texas Hits Single-Day Record for New Cases; Trump Claims the U.S. in a "Good Place" as Cases Surge; Trump to Pressure Governors to Reopen Schools Despite COVID-19 Case Spikes; Connecticut Reports Zero COVID-19 Deaths in 24 Hours for First Time Since March; Hospitals Strained, ICUs Filling Up as U.S. Nears 3 Million COVID Cases. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• White House Task Force Hold Briefing As Cases Surge. Aired 12:30-1p ET
• Face Masks: Social Acceptance Versus Political Resistance; Chinese Wear Masks as Americans Debate Guidelines; Soon Trump and the Mexican President Will Sign Joint Declaration; California Hospitalization Hit All Time High in Pandemic; More GOP Senators Bow Out of Republican Convention; United Warns 45 Percent of Frontline Workers May Be Furloughed; Senator Responds to Criticism That She Is Not Patriotic. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• U.S. Hits Grim Milestone As Coronavirus Cases Top 3 Million; Fauci Rejects Trump Touting Mortality Rate, False Narrative; Ohio Governor Mandates Masks For High Risk Counties. Aired 1-1:30p ET
• President Trump Pushing for School Reopenings; COVID-19 Test Processing Times Double; Tucker Carlson Attacks Tammy Duckworth. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• U.S. Hits Bleak Milestone As Coronavirus Cases Top Three Million; White House Task Force Holds Briefing As Cases Surge. Aired 12-12:30p ET
• Sheriff Refuses To Enforce Mask Mandate; Atlanta Mayor Expected To Sign Executive Order Mandating Facial Coverings In The City; Fox Host Attacks Senator, Iraq War Vet As Coward And Moron; Facebook Audit Paints Deeply Troubling Handling Of Hate Speech. Aired 1:30-2p ET
• Fox News Host Attacks Senator, A War Vet, Calling Her 'Coward, Moron;' Harvard, MIT Sue Trump For Deportations Over Virtual Learning; Virus-Hit Firefighters Say, Avoid Calling 911 With Mild Symptoms; Revolt, Players Union Wants Sen. Kelly Loeffler (R-GA) Out Of WNBA. Aired 2:30-3p ET
• Soon: White House Coronavirus Task Force Briefing As Cases Surge; Trump Ratchets Up Pressure On Schools To Reopen; ICU Beds At 56 Florida Hospitals Hit Capacity. Aired 11-11:30a ET
• U.S. Breaks Record For New Daily Coronavirus Cases; Texas Hospitals Get Help From Colorado; New Study Suggests Herd Immunity Not Achievable; Brazil Reports Over 45,000 New Infections As Bolsonaro Tests Positive; Australia's Health Authorities Taking Drastic Move To Contain The Virus; Israel's Public Health Director Quits; U.S. On The Verge Of Hitting Three Million COVID Cases; Mexican And U.S. Presidents To Celebrate Trade Deal. Aired 2-3a ET


July 07, 2020
• U.S. Top Health Expert Warns Coronavirus is Far from Over; Australia's Health Authorities Taking Drastic Move to Contain the Virus; President Trump Claims Another False Theory; Mexico's President Coming to Washington; Mexican President Taking Commercial Flight to U.S.; Dubai Reopens Borders to Tourists; U.S. Stocks End Sharply Higher, Record High for NASDAQ; Israel Re-imposes Restrictions Due to COVID-19; Hong Kong Leader Calls National Security Law "Relatively Mild"; Study Shows COVID-19 Antibodies Can Disappear After a Few Weeks; South Africa's COVID-19 Fight: Doctors in South Africa See Success in Virus Treatment; Legendary Film Composer Ennio Morricone Dies at 91. Aired 3-4a ET
• Experts Say U.S. Is In COVID-19 Free Fall; Florida Tops 200,000 Cases as Virus Surges; Arizona Tops 100,000 COVID-19 Cases; Texas Passes 200,000 Cases, Hospitals Filling Up; COVID-19 Cases Soar in Latin America; Mexican President Heads to Washington; Australia Closing State Border for First Time in 100 Years. Aired 4-4:30a ET
• COVID: Rapidly Rising in the U.S.; Australia Doubles Down On COVID Spread; Trump Unleashes Racial Rhetoric Around NASCAR Incident; Mexican President Takes COVID-19 Test Ahead of U.S. Trip; Trump Touts Political Victories, Ignores U.S. Racial Issues; Black Americans Urged to Not Spend Money on July 7; Dubai Easing COVID-19 Travel Restrictions; Rising Cases in US. Could Jeopardize Return of Sports. Aired 1-2a ET
• 31 States Reporting Rise In New Coronavirus Cases; 13 States Reporting Rise In New Coronavirus Cases; Trump Downplays Virus As Fauci Says, We're Knee-Deep; Arizona Tops 100,000 cases as hospital reach near capacity. Aired 10-10:30a ET
• Trump Stokes Racial Divide in Bid for Reelection. Trump Falsely Accuses Bubba Wallace of Devising Hoax; Trump Approval Rating Down Among Educated, White Voters; Spanish Study Shows COVID Antibodies Can Disappear After a Few Weeks; 95 Percent People in Spain Do Not Have COVID Antibodies after Infection; Dubai Reopens to International Tourists; Case of Bubonic Plague Suspected in China. Aired 4:30-5a ET
• White House Refuses to Denounce Confederate Flag; British Athlete Says Police Racially Profiled Her; U.S. CDC to Release New Guidance on Reopening Schools; Composer Ennio Morricone Dies at 91. Aired 12-1a ET
• Outbreak Worsens in California Prisons; FC Dallas Pulls out of Tournament; U.S. May Depot International Students; Brazilian President Awaits Test Results; Recipients of PPP Loans Revealed; Evictions Cases Head to Court; FaceBook Meeting with Civil Rights Leaders. Aired 9:30- 10a
• Trump Stokes Racial Divide In Bid For Re-election; Sprinter Accuses London Police Of Racial Profiling; U.S. CDC To Release New Guidance On Reopening Schools. Aired 2-3a ET
• Dozens of Florida Hospitals Hit Capacity as Cases Surge; Military Sends Medical Personnel to Texas as Cases Spike; Arizona Tops 100,000 Cases as Hospitals Reach Near Capacity; Federal Government Commits $1.6 Billion to Vaccine Maker Novavax. Anthony Fauci: We Are Still Knee-Deep" in the First Wave of COVID-19 Cases; Thirty One States in the U.S. Report of Rise in New Coronavirus Cases; Dozens of Florida Hospitals Hit Capacity as COVID-19 Cases Surge. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• Trump's Niece Set to Release Tell-All Book; Trump Demands Schools Reopen; President of Brazil Tests Positive for COVID-19. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• Arizona COVID-19 Infections Exceeding State Capacity; Deutsche Bank Fined $150 Million For Epstein Dealings; Interview with Thomas Jefferson Descendants. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• Dozens of Florida Hospitals Hit Capacity as Cases Surge; Florida Schools Ordered to Reopen in August; U.S. Military Deploying Medical Personnel to Texas as Cases Soar; Mayor Regina Romero (D- Tucson) Discusses Arizona Dealing with Major Gaps in Testing as Cases Spike; GOP Breaks with Trump on Confederate Symbols; Mayor Quinton Lucas (D-Kansas City, MO) Discusses Trump Ramping Up Racial Rhetoric as He Downplays Virus Threat & WAPO Reporting White House Hopes Americans Will "Grow Numb" to Death Toll; Brazil's President Tests Positive for Coronavirus. Aired 11-11:30a ET
• Gov. DeSantis Speaks As Coronavirus Cases Surge In Florida; CNN's Richard Quest Describes His Experience With Coronavirus As Causing Confusion And Damage to Each Organ it Touches. Aired 12:30-1p ET
• Trump Falsely Claims U.S. Has Lowest COVID Mortality Rate; Fauci Says People Should Not Take Comfort in Lower Death Rate; Labs Warn CPOVD Results Taking Twice as Long as Demand Surges; Expert Says Contact Tracing Not Possible Across South as Cases Spike; Activist Call for Black Americans to Stop Spending for The Day; Black Americans Seek To Show Economic Might In Today's Boycott; Trump Says He Will Put Pressure on Governors to Reopen Schools. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• Brazil's President Tests Positive For Coronavirus; Federal Government Commits $1 Billion To COVID-19 Vaccine Maker Novavax; EPA Approves Two Lysol Products To Kill Coronavirus On Surfaces; CNN Obtains Copy Of Book Written By Trump's Niece, Mary; Michael Hinojosa, Dallas Independent School District Superintendent, Discusses White House Ideas On How To Safely Reopen Schools. Aired 11:30a-12p ET
• Brazil's President Jair Bolsonaro Tests Positive For Coronavirus; Dozens Of Florida Hospitals Hit Capacity As Cases Surge; Florida Sees Uptick In Percentage Of Positive Test Rates; Texas Reports Record New Cases And Hospitalizations; Texas Governor: Local Officials Need To Enforce Existing Orders Before Asking For Stay-At- Home Authority. Aired 12-12:30p ET
• WHO Says Worldwide COVID-19 Cases Accelerating; Thirty-One States See Rise In Infections As Cases Surge In Texas, Arizona, Florida; Gov. Ron DeSantis (R-FL) Speaks As Coronavirus Cases Surge In Florida. Aired 1-1:30p ET
• Arizona, Florida, Texas And California Health Infrastructure Approaching Limits; Studies Grim For Coronavirus Transmission, Immunity; Interview With Acting Deputy Secretary Of Homeland Security Ken Cuccinelli. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• Florida Governor Takes Heat Over Explosion In Cases, Hospitalizations; Brazil's President Tests Positive For Coronavirus; Arizona Dealing With Major Gaps In Testing As Cases Spike; U.S. Military Deploying Medical Personnel To Texas As Cases Soar; Dr. Pritesh Gandhi, (D), Texas Congressional Candidate, Discusses Military Being Deployed To Texas As Cases Soar; CNN Obtains Copy Of Book Written By Trump's Niece, Mary. Aired 1:30-2p ET
• Interview with DHS Acting Deputy Secretary, Ken Cuccinelli; Movie Theaters Sue New Jersey Claiming First Amendment Right to Open; Update on Coronavirus Responses Around the World. Aired 2:30-3p ET


July 06, 2020
• More Than 40,000 New Cases in Florida Since July 11; Trump: 99% of Coronavirus Cases 'Totally Harmless'; Experts: Coronavirus Can Float in Small Air Droplets; First Person Charged Under New Chinese Law to Appear in Court; Seven-Year-Old Girl Killed in Chicago Saturday; Border Closing Between Victoria and NSW in Australia; Cuba Sending Medical Teams Abroad to Help Fight COVID-19; Travel Bans Devastating Latin American Airlines; Arizona Home to Highest Infection Rate Per Capita in U.S.; New York City Enters Phase 3 of Reopening on Monday; Formula 1 Season Gears Up in Austria. Aired 12-1a ET
• Critics Question New Law in Hong Kong; President Trump's Own Analysis of the Pandemic; Australia Push for a Tough Action on COVID; Goldman Sachs Seeing a Decline in Growth; States Crumbling to Contain COVID Spread; Local Leaders Calling on President Trump; Natanz Nuclear Facility Found to Have Significant Damage; Violence on the Fourth of July Killed Innocent Children. Aired 3-4a ET
• 4th Of July Weekend: Americans Throw Caution To The Wind; Trump: 99 Percent Of Coronavirus Cases Are Harmless; Australia Locks Down And Seals Off Victoria; Widespread Weekend Shootings In Chicago, Atlanta And D.C.; China's New Law Shutters Peaceful Protests In Hong Kong; 166 People Die In Civil Unrest In Ethiopia; Many Southern California Beaches Closed over Weekend; COVID-19 Travel Bans Devastating Latin American Airline; Cuba Sending Medical Teams Abroad to Help Fight COVID-19; Goldman Sachs Cuts Third Quarter Growth Forecast IMF Predicts India's Economy to be Worst Hit by Virus; Elite Youth Baseball Up and Running in Georgia. Aired 1-2a ET
• 32 States Seeing Spike In Cases As Virus Surges Across Nation; Supreme Court Says, Electors Must Vote In Accordance With States; FDA Head Refuses To Defend Trump's Claim 99 Percent Of Coronavirus Cases Are Harmless. Aired 10-10:30a ET
• Concern Over Potential Post-Holiday Spike in Coronavirus Cases; Trump Claims 99 percent of COVID-19 Cases are Harmless; More Than 40,000 New Cases in Florida Since July 1; Arizona Struggling with Resurgence of Cases; Growing Concern Over Hospital Capacity as Texas Cases Climb; Australia to Close Border between Victoria and New South Wales; Fire Damage to Key Iranian Nuclear Site; First Person Charged in Hong Kong Under New Law. Aired 4-4:30a ET
• California Sets New Record For Most Single-Day Cases; Border Closing Between Victoria And NSW In Australia; Goldman Sachs Cuts Third Quarter U.S. Growth Forecast; Rise of New Coronavirus Cases Across the U.S.; Group of Mayors Blaming Trump on Dangerous Message Regarding Masks; Second Lockdown Ordered in Spain; Large Crowd Gather as Pubs and Restaurant Opens in England; Coronavirus Dangerous Small Droplets in the Air; Atlanta Against Gun Violence; First Person Charged on Hong Kong's New Security Law. Aired 2-3a ET
• Two New Lockdowns Ordered for Parts of Northern Spain; California Sets Record with More Than 11,700 New Cases; Cuba Sending Medical Teams Abroad to Help Fight COVID-19; Supreme Court Could Force Release of Trump's Financial Records; Weekend Shooting Kill Several People in Atlanta; Oscar-Winning Composer Ennio Morricone Dead at 91; Epstein's Alleged Accomplice Pictured on British Throne. Aired 4:30-5a ET
• Brazil Reopens As Coronavirus Cases Rise; Spain Orders Lockdowns; 32 States See Coronavirus Spikes; Five Children Killed in Weekend Violence; Remains of Missing Army Specialist Identified. Aired 9:30-10a
• Coronavirus Cases Surging; Interview With Atlanta Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms; Multiple Children Killed in Gun Violence Over Weekend. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• As New Cases Rise in the U.S., Scientists Think Coronavirus May Transmit in Smaller Particles; South African COVID-19 Death Rate Remains Low With Innovative Treatment Techniques; Phoenix Mayor Says State Opened Too Early. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• Rush to Reopen Led to Dramatic Rise in Coronavirus Cases in California, Florida, Arizona and Texas; Regeneron's COVID-19 Antibody Drug Moves Into Phase 3 Trials; Thirty Two States Seeing Spike in Cases as Coronavirus Surges Across the U.S.; FDA Head Refuses to Defend Trump's Claim that 99 Percent of Coronavirus Cases are Harmless; U.S. Death Toll Nears 130,000 as COVID-19 Cases Spike Across the U.S. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• New York City Enters Phase 3 of Its Re-Opening; New York City Puts Indoor Dining on Hold; Restaurant Owners Struggle to Survive Pandemic Shutdowns; New York City Couple Helping Homeless During Pandemic; Senior Pentagon Leaders Reviewing Plan to Ban Confederate Flag on Bases; Broadway Actor Nick Cordero Dies at 41 of COVID. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• Florida Becomes U.S. Coronavirus Epicenter; Hospitals Reach Capacity in 2 Texas Counties; Florida Logs Troubling Positivity Rates in Testing; Trump Falsely Claims 99% of Cases are "Harmless"; Drug Maker Regeneron's COVID-19 Antibody Drug Entering Phase 3 Testing; Trump Focuses on Divisive Rhetoric Instead of COVID-19 Threat; Dr. Tanira Ferreira & Dr. David Lang Discuss Florida Hospitals Running Out of Room as Cases Climb. Aired 11-11:30a ET
• Coronavirus Cases Up as Large Gatherings Also Surge; Interview with Georgia Tech Professor Seth Marder; Kayleigh McEnany Unable to Defend Latest Racist Trump Tweets. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• Dr. Tanira Ferreira & Dr. David Lang Discuss Florida Hospitals Running Out Of Room As Cases Climb; NY Governor Cuomo Gives Update On Coronavirus Response. Aired 11:30a-12p ET
• Country's Most Populous States See COVID-19 Cases Spike; White House Chief Of Staff Defends Trump's Claim That 99 Percent Of Coronavirus Cases Are Harmless; Thirty-Two States Record Rise In Cases, 14 Steady, While Four See Decline; GOP's Graham Sides With NASCAR After Trump Attack; Trump Stirs Culture Wars In Speeches And Tweets, While Also Pushing Misleading Info On COVID-19 Threat. Aired 12-12:30p ET
• New Antibody Drug To Fight COVID-19 Now In Phase 3 Of Testing; At Least Five Children Killed In Weekend Wave Of Violence; Brazil's Infection Rate Climbs As Cities Reopen. Aired 12:30-1p ET
• Cases, Hospitalizations Soar In U.S. As Crowds Gather; Experts Say Coronavirus Can Float And Transmit In Air Droplets; Nationals, Astros Cancel Workouts Over Testing Delays. Aired 1-1:30p ET
• Goldman Sachs Cuts U.S. Economy's Outlook As Cases Soar; Jon Last, Sports And Leisure Research Group President, Discusses Study On People Ready To Reengage In Leisure Activities; Mary Trump Book To Be Published Early Due To High Demand; President Trump Enflames Racial Tensions, Speaks Out Against NASCAR's Ban Of Confederate Flag. Aired 1:30-2p ET
• White House Won't Denounce Confederate Flag, Doubles Down On Trump Tweet; Around 800-Plus Hate Incidents Against Asian-Americans In California; Florida Lawyer Visits Beaches Dressed As Grim Reaper Warning Of Coronavirus; NASCAR's Bubba Wallace Responds To Trump Demanding Apology. Aired 2:30-3p ET


July 05, 2020
• Trump Delivers Divisiveness on Independence Day; Florida Hotspots Celebrate at the Beach; Iraq Struggles with COVID-19; England's Pubs Reopen; Citizens Honor the British National Health Service; America Celebrates Its Birthday; California Hospital Beds Fill to Capacity; Holiday Travel Numbers Down Due to COVID-19; Grim Coronavirus Statistics in Latin America; Sport Deals with Racism. Aired 12-1a ET
• Trump Delivers Divisiveness on Independence Day; Florida Hotspots Celebrate at the Beach; Iraq Struggles with COVID-19; England's Pubs Reopen; Citizens Honor the British National Health Service; America Celebrates Its Birthday; California Hospital Beds Fill to Capacity; Grim Coronavirus Statistics in Latin America; Egypt Optimistic about Tourism; Gerri Schappals, 102 Year-Old Survivor, Always Feels Lucky. Aired 1-2a ET
• Trump Delivers Divisiveness on Independence Day; Florida Hotspots Celebrate at the Beach; Australia Calling for a Pause in Easing Coronavirus Restrictions; Iraq Struggles with COVID-19; America Celebrates Its Birthday; Grim Coronavirus Statistics in Latin America; Sport Deals with Racism. Aired 2-3a ET
• Trump Delivers Divisiveness on Independence Day; Florida Hotspots Celebrate at the Beach; England's Pubs Reopen; Australia Calling for a Pause in Easing Coronavirus Restrictions; America Celebrates Its Birthday; Citizens Honor the British National Health Service; Iraq Struggles with COVID-19; Sport Deals with Racism. Aired 3-4a ET
• Trump Delivers Divisiveness On Independence Day; Florida Hotspots Celebrate At The Beach; England's Pubs Reopen; Australia Calling For A Pause In Easing Coronavirus Restrictions; Grim Coronavirus Statistics In Latin America; Sport Deals With Racism; California Hospital Beds Fill To Capacity; Iraq Struggles With COVID- 19. Aired 4-5a ET
• California Hospital Beds Fill To Capacity; Trump Delivers Divisiveness On Independence Day; Florida Hotspots Celebrate At The Beach; Australia Calling For A Pause In Easing Coronavirus Restrictions; England's Pubs Reopen; Iraq Struggles With COVID-19; Trump Voters Waver After Lack Of Leadership; Botswana Investigating Unexplained Deaths Of Elephants. Aired 5-6a ET
• Florida Reports New All-Time High Of Daily COVID-19 Cases; Phoenix Mayor: Arizona "Opened Way Too Early"; Access Restricted To California State Beaches As Cases Spike; Trump Baselessly Claims 99 percent Of COVID-19 Cases "Harmless;" Iraq Sees 600 Percent Jump In COVID Cases In June; Protesters Topple Christopher Columbus Statue In Baltimore. Aired 2-3p ET
• Florida Reports New All-Time U.S. High Of Daily COVID-19 Cases; Texas Sees 8,258 New Cases, Second Highest Day On Record; Hospitals Financially Crushed By Pandemic Coast To Coast; Health Experts Warn Fourth Of July Weekend Could Bring COVID-19 Spikes; Video Captures Large Crowd Of Maskless Partygoers In Michigan; Illegal Fireworks Set Off In LA After Shows Cancelled Over COVID-19; Trump: Most COVID-19 Cases "Harmless", 34 States Report Spikes. Aired 4-5p ET
• President Trump In A Speech Says 99 Percent Of COVID Cases Are Harmless; Despite Warnings, Reports Of Large Crowds Gathering In U.S. States; Jobs Created Last Month While Unemployment Dropped; "New York Times" Reports Some Gaps In A Memo From The Administration On Russian Bounties; Trump's Divisive Speech. Aired 5-6p ET
• Health Experts Warn This Weekend Could Bring COVID-19 Spikes; Multiple States Order Bars Closed Again As Pandemic Rages; Trump Falls Further Behind Biden in 2020 Polling; New Pentagon Report Concludes Russia Actively Working With Taliban; Supreme Court Could Force Release Of Trump's Financial Records. Aired 6-7p ET
• Florida Reports Nearly 10,000 New COVID-19 Cases Today; President Trump Delivers Divisive Speech To The Country This Independence Day Weekend, Downplaying The Dangers Of Coronavirus; Seven-Year-Old Girl Among Victims Of Chicago Violence. Aired 3-4p ET
• Health Experts Warn This Weekend Could Bring COVID-19 Spikes; Florida Reports New All-Time U.S. High Of Daily COVID-19 Cases; California Cases Spike Again Causing Beaches To Close This Holiday Weekend; Trump Continues To Downplay U.S. Coronavirus Outbreak; Trump Offers Second Night Of Dark, Divisive Messaging On July 4th; Texas Reports 8,258 New Cases, Second Highest Day On Record. Aired 8-9p ET
• Trump Baselessly Claims 99 Percent of Cases Totally Harmless; Video Captures Large Crowds of Partygoers Not Wearing Masks in Michigan; Interview with Mayor Dan Gelber (D) of Miami Beach about Florida's Coronavirus Cases; California Closing Down Again as Cases Spike; Inside Texas Hospital Overwhelmed with COVID-19 Patients. Aired 7-8p ET


July 04, 2020
• Trump Stokes Division at Mount Rushmore; COVID-19 Reaches Trump's Inner Circle; Florida Leads Nation in Average Number of Daily New Cases; Aurora, Colorado, Police Officers Fired over Mocking Elijah McClain's Death; Not All Americans Celebrate Independence Day; Pubs Reopen across England; Texas Governor Orders Statewide Mask Requirement in Public; South Africa Health Workers Battle TB alongside COVID-19; Hollywood's Dilemma over New Film Releases. Aired 3-4a ET
• Trump Stokes Division at Mount Rushmore; COVID-19 Reaches Trump's Inner Circle; Florida Leads Nation in Average Number of Daily New Cases; Pubs Reopen across England; How Canada Crushed the COVID-19 Curve; Aurora, Colorado, Police Officers Fired over Mocking Elijah McClain's Death; Hong Kong Activist Flees City Fearing Retribution from China; Mexico Surpasses Italy in COVID-19 Cases; Coronavirus Cases in Cuba Stabilize; NFL's Washington Redskins to Review Name. Aired 4-5a ET
• Health Experts Express Concern Public Gatherings for Independence Day Celebrations may Cause Increase Coronavirus Spread; Coronavirus Cases Rise Rapidly in Florida, California, and Arizona; President Trump Speaks at Independence Day Celebration at Mount Rushmore; Doctor Discusses Evolution of Treatment for Severe Cases of Coronavirus; Little Rock, Arkansas, Mayor Frank Scott, Jr., Interviewed on Executive Order Requiring Face Masks in Public Spaces; Washington Redskins Announces Review of Possible Team Name Change after Threats from Sponsors and Investors. Aired 10-11a ET
• Trump Stokes Division at Mount Rushmore; COVID-19 Reaches Trump's Inner Circle; Texas Governor Orders Statewide Mask Requirement in Public; Florida Leads Nation in Average Number of Daily New Cases; Pubs Reopen across England; Some U.S. States Once Again Closing Bars; Not All Americans Celebrate Independence Day; New Study Shows New Mutated Version of Coronavirus Spreads Faster; South Africa Health Workers Battle TB alongside COVID-19; NFL's Washington Redskins to Review Name; Hollywood's Dilemma over New Film Releases. Aired 5-6a ET
• Florida Sees 11,400-Plus Cases Setting New Daily State Record; California Beaches Close For July 4th Weekend; Arizona Hospitals Near Capacity As Cases Surge; Texas Governor Imposes Mask Requirement For High-Case-Count Areas; President Stokes Culture Wars In Speech At Mount Rushmore; U.S. Needs Aggressive Modernization of Contact Tracing. Aired 11a-12p ET
• Florida Reports 11,400-Plus New Cases, Setting New Daily State Record; Patients Rapidly Filling Hospitals In South And West; U.S. Hot With 50,000-Plus New COVID-19 Cases For Third Straight Day; CNN Goes Inside Houston Hospital On Front Line Of Battling Virus; July 4th Travel Surges Despite Skyrocketing Infection Rate. Aired 12-1p ET
• Virus Cases Rise In 37 States As Americans Celebrate July 4th; Steve Houser, National Fireworks Association President, Discusses Surge In At-Home Fireworks Sales Amid Cancelled July 4th Public Displays; Interview With Former HHS Secretary Kathleen Sebelius; CDC Director Says U.S. Needs To Modernize Contact Tracing; Florida Seniors May Swing Away From Trump In November. Aired 4-5p ET
• Health Experts Urge Caution As Nation Celebrates Fourth Of July Weekend As COVID-19 Cases Surge; President Stokes Culture Wars In Speech At Mount Rushmore; Trump Jr.'s Girlfriend, Kimberly Guilfoyle, Tests Positive For Virus; Protests Outside Aurora, Colorado Police Precinct Over The Death Of Elijah McClain; Polls Paint Troubling Picture For Trump. Aired 9-10a ET
• Health Experts Express Concern Public Gatherings For Independence Day Celebrations May Cause Increased Coronavirus Spread; Florida Reports Highest Single-Day Coronavirus Case Count; Mayor Of Hoboken, New Jersey, Ravi Bhalla Is Interviewed On Recent Spike In Coronavirus Cases In His City; President Trump Speaks At Independence Day Celebration At Mount Rushmore. Aired 2-3p ET
• Older Voters In Florida Gauge Trump's Chances At Reelection As Coronavirus Crisis Intensifies; Virus Cases Rise In 37 States As Americans Celebrate July 4th; Some Florida Beaches Remain Open Despite Spike In New Cases; Military Flyovers Of Major Cities Commemorate July 4th; Trump Stokes Culture Wars In Divisive Mount Rushmore Speech; 102- Year-Old Woman Survives 1918 Spanish Flu, Cancer, COVID-19. Aired 5-6p ET
• Patients Rapidly Filling Hospitals In South And West; Trump Briefly Mentions Pandemic In S.D., Focuses On Monuments Instead; Florida Leads Nation In Number Of New Daily Cases; Mayor Ricky Shelton Of Cookeville, TN Discusses The City's Plans For A July 4th Celebration While Keeping Residents Safe; Spain Orders Lockdown Of Region With "Significant" Spike In Cases. Aired 1-2p ET
• Virus Cases Rise In 37 States As Americans Celebrate July 4th; Weeklong NYC Fireworks Shows End With Grand Finale Tonight; Beaches Closed Across Southern California For July 4th As Cases Rise. Aired 6- 7p ET
• Virus Cases Rise in 37 States as Americans Celebrate July 4th; As Much of the U.S. Scales Back Celebrations, Trump Holds Large Gathering Despite Rise in Virus Cases; Sparse Crowd on D.C. Mall Ahead of Tonight's Fireworks Show; President Hosting Celebration With Music, Flyovers, Fireworks. Aired 7-8p ET
• U.S. President Holds Celebration Despite Coronavirus Surge; Mexico Now Reporting More COVID-19 Cases Than Italy; Hollywood's COVID-19 Dilemma. Aired 1-2a ET
• Masks Optional, Zero Social Distancing At Trump Event; Trump Campaign's Guilfoyle Tests Positive For Coronavirus; Protests Outside Aurora, Colorado Police Precinct. Aired 2-3a ET
• Kimberly Guilfoyle Tests Positive for Coronavirus; U.S. Coronavirus Cases Soar Ahead of July 4th Weekend; Trump Attends Large July 4th Event at Mt. Rushmore as COVID-19 Cases Soar; Mexico City Reopens as Cases Show No Signs of Peaking; Cuba Begins Lifting Restrictions as Cases Stabilize; U.S. Hospitals Losing Millions of Dollars Amid COVID-19; South Africa Battling Dual Deadly Diseases; New Film Depicts Deadly and Heroic Afghan Battle. Aired 12-1a ET


July 03, 2020
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• U.S. Breaks Record with 51,000+ New COVID Cases; Pro-Democracy Activist Nathan Law Leaves Hong Kong; U.S. COVID-19 Struggle Reveals 'Post-American World'; Brazil Nears 1.5M COVID-18 Cases as Amazon Fires Pick Up; Singer Hachalu Hundessa Buried Amid Ethnic Unrest; Hong Kong's Justice Minister is Interviewed about New Security Law; Levar Stoney, Richmond, Va., Mayor is Interviewed about Removing Confederate Statues; Miami-Dade Officer to be Terminated for Striking Woman. Aired 12-1a ET
• Coronavirus Pandemic; U.S. Sets Record With 52,000 Plus Cases In One Day; Florida Sets One-Day Record With 10,000 Plus New Cases; Chicago Imposes Quarantine On Visitors From 15 States; Masks Mandatory In 19 U.S. States And Washington D.C.; America's Virus Response Further Eroding Respect Aboard; U.S. Economy Added 4.8 Million Jobs In June; Global Stocks Rally Following U.S. Jobs Report; North Korea Covid Response A Shinning Success; Ghislaine Maxwell Charged In Epstein Sex Abuse Case; Saudis On Trial In Turkey For Jamal Khashoggi's Death; World Sports, Man City Thrash Champions Liverpool; Flights To Nowhere; Mixed Messages Confuses People; Brazil Left With no Option but to Reopen Economy; Britain Opens its Bars on July 4th; Music Icon Killed in Ethiopia. Aired 3-4a ET
• "New Normal" In U.S: Record-Breaking Coronavirus Cases Daily; Favorable Jobs Report, Unemployment Claims, Further Economic Shutdowns; Florida Seniors May Swing Away From Trump In November; Respect for U.S. Plummets Amid COVID Crisis; Inside India's Massive COVID-19 Field Hospital; North Korea's COVID Response "A Shining Success"; National Security Law Tightens China's Grip on Hong Kong; Police Unions Shielding Brutal Cops; Man City Thrash Champions Liverpool 4-0. Aired 1-2a ET
• U.S. Hits Record New Cases Two Days in a Row; Florida Reports Record 10,000+ New Cases Thursday; COVID-19 Ravages U.S. as Developed Nations Reopen; Concerns Among NATO Members About U.S. Policy Under Trump; Ghislaine Maxwell Charged in Epstein Sex Abuse Case. Aired 4- 4:30a ET
• U.S. Breaks Daily Record With 52,000+ New COVID Cases; Melbourne Imposes New Lockdown As Cases Pick Up Again; U.S. Added 4.7M Jobs In June, Unemployment Rate Falls To 11.1 percent; United States Again Shatters Coronavirus Case Records; Nine Arrested Under New Hong Kong Law Released on Bail; Saudis to be Tried in Turkey for Jamal Khashoggi's Death; Elusive Socialite Ghislaine Maxwell is Charged in Epstein Sex Abuse Case. Aired 2-3a ET
• Growing Fears Holiday Weekend Will Fuel Surge In Virus Cases; Mask Optional, No Social Distancing At Trump's Mt. Rushmore Event; More California Cities Announce Fines For Face Mask Defiance. Aired 10-10:30a ET
• Inside Texas Hospital on the Brink of Capacity; French Prime Minister Philippe Resigns; Police Unions Accused of Shielding Brutal Cops; FedEx Asks Washington Redskins to Change Team Name. Aired 4:30- 5a ET
• As U.S. Coronavirus Infections Rise, Deaths Are Expected to Follow; Interview with Savannah, Georgia Mayor Van Johnson (D); Turkish Jamal Khashoggi Murder Trial Begins Today. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• Florida Leads Nation in Average Number of Daily New Cases; Texas Governor Orders Statewide Mask Requirement in Public; Arizona ICUs Close to Capacity as Virus Surge; More California Cities Announce Fines for Face Mask Defiance; Masks Optional, No Social Distancing at Trump's Mt. Rushmore Event; Mike Pence's Arizona Trip Delayed After Secret Service Agents Test Positive for COVID-19; A New Study Shows a New Mutated Version of Coronavirus Spreads Faster; Research Study Finds Positive Results from Hydroxychloroquine. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• Some Airlines Easing COVID-19 Restrictions Despite Rising Cases; Miami Beach to Enforce 10 p.m. Curfew Tonight as Cases Surge; Interview with Mayor Dan Gelber (D-FL), Miami Beach; Prince Andrew Urged to Come Forward after Arrest of Epstein Associate. Aired 9:30- 10a ET
• Hospitals Losing Millions Of Dollars In Fight Against Virus; Cases Surge To All-Time High As U.S. Heads Into July 4th Weekend; Brazil Reopens As COVID-19 Cases Near 1.5M, Experts Warn Worst Yet To Come; NFL's Washington Redskins To Undergo "Thorough" Review Of Name. Aired 12:30-1p ET
• Cases Surge to All-Time High as U.S. Heads into July 4th Weekend; Texas Governor Mandates Wearing Masks as Cases, Hospitalizations Surge; Florida Leads Nation in Number of New Daily Cases; Pence Claims Florida in "Much Better Place" as Cases Surge; Mayor Jane Castor (D-Tampa, FL) Discusses Pence Comments on Florida, Mandating Masks; Masks Optional, No Social Distancing at Trump's July 4th Mt. Rushmore Event; Randy Seiler, South Dakota Democratic Party Chair, Discusses Trump's July 4th Mt. Rushmore Event. Aired 11-11:30a ET
• President Trump to Attend Mount Rushmore Fireworks Tonight; Arizona Holds Annual Arts Festival With Some Safety Measures; Coronavirus Mutation Increases Infection Rate. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• Study: New Strain of Coronavirus Replicates More Easily But Doesn't Make People Sicker; Dr. Erica Ollmann Saphire, La Jolla Institute of Immunology Professor, Discusses New Version of COVID-19; Canada Crushing the Curve as U.S. Cases Soar; Sen. Jeff Merkley Calls Out American Airlines over Coronavirus Response. Aired 11:30a-12p ET
• Florida Reporting 9488 New Cases In Past 24 Hours; California Launches Ad Campaign Encouraging Masks, Staying Home; Masks Optional, No Social Distancing At Mount Rushmore Event; Health Experts Warn Of Growing Number of COVID-19 Cases Linked To Bar In East Lansing, Michigan; Hospitals Losing Millions Of Dollars In Fight Against Virus. Aired 12-12:30p ET
• U.S. Hits Another Daily Record With 52,000+ New Cases; Masks Optional, No Social Distancing At Trump's Mt. Rushmore Event. Aired 1- 1:30p ET
• Lakshmi Kode Sammarco, Coroner of Hamilton County, Ohio, Discusses Cincinnati City Council Vote Mandating Wearing a Mask; Airports Prepare for Spike in Travelers This Holiday Weekend; Masks Optional, No Social Distancing at Trump's July 4th Mt. Rushmore Event; Intel Agencies Briefed Trump Less on Russian Threats; CNN's Jake Tapper Discusses Movie Out Today Based on His Book, "The Outpost". Aired 1:30-2p ET
• Canada Crushing the Curve as U.S. Cases Soar; Being Black and Pregnant During a Pandemic and Racial Justice; Update on Coronavirus Responses Around the World; Washington Redskins Announce They'll Do Thorough Review of Team Name. Aired 2:30-3p ET


July 02, 2020
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• President Trump Believes the Virus Will Just Disappear; No Age Exemption for China's New Security Law; President Putin Assured to Have Extend His Power; Source, Trump Often Didn't Read Russia Material; Official Say, Afghan Contractor Handed Out Russian Cash To Kill Americans; China Rejects U.K.'s Criticism Of New Law; Coronavirus Pandemic; U.S. Jobs Report For June Due In A Few Hours; 1.4 Million New Claims Expected In U.S. Jobless Report; Palestinians Rally Against West Bank Annexation; Mexico Reopening As Death Toll Climbs; Brazil Surpasses 60,000 Coronavirus Deaths; Gerri Schappals, 102 Year-Old Survivor, I Always Feel Lucky; CNN Business, Tesla Is Now Worth More Than Toyota, Disney, And Coca-Cola; Formula One, Lewis Hamilton's Legacy On And Off The Race Track. Aired 3-4a ET
• More States Close Beaches, Bars, End Indoor Dining; Study Shows U.S. Deaths May be 28 Percent Higher than Reported; Trump Says I'm All for Masks, I Think Masks are Good; Trump Saying Russia Afghanistan Accusations are a Hoax; Russia Accusations Intel Dates Back to Last Year; Trump's Contribution to Putin's Enduring Appeal. Aired 4-4:30a ET
• Covid Cases Continue Their Climb In 37 U.S. States; Latin American COVID Death Toll Soar Even Further; Congress Passes Sanction Of China Over New Hong Kong Law; Did Trump Know About Russian Payouts To The Taliban?; Putin Claims Victory In Referendum For Extended Term; National Security Law Tightens China's Grip on Hong Kong; U.S. Jobs Report for June Due in a Few Hours; Palestinians Rally against West Bank Annexation; Young Texas Woman Gets COVID-19 after Venturing Back Out. Aired 1-2a ET
• President Trump Believes Coronavirus Will Just Disappear; 1.4 Million New Unemployment Claims Expected in U.S.; No Age Exemption for China's New Security Law in Hong Kong; President Putin Assured Power until 2036; Source: Trump Often Didn't Read Intel on Russia; Palestinians Rally against West Bank Annexation; Ethiopians Protest Oromo Singer's Shooting; National Security Law Tightens China's Grip on Hong Kong; Brazil Surpasses 60,000 Coronavirus Deaths; Mexico Moves to Reopen Despite Rising Death Toll; Dozens of Companies Boycott Advertising on Facebook; Watchdog Report: Boeing Kept FAA in Dark About MCAS; Lewis Hamilton Making Mark On and Off the Formula 1 Race Track. Aired 12-1a ET
• 23 States Pause Re-Openings As U.S. Cases Surge; Trump Claims Virus Will Disappear As U.S. Tops 50,000 In One Day; Atlantic City Casinos Reopen With New COVID-19 Restrictions. Aired 10-10:30a ET
• Hundreds Arrested During Protests Against Security Law; Hong Kong Official Involved in Drafting New Law Speaks Out; China Rejects U.K.'s Criticism of New Law; U.S. Jobs Report for June; Facebook Under Pressure as Brands Pull Ads; Trump Calls Black Lives Matter a Symbol of Hate; U.K. Policing in Spotlight Following COVID-19 Lockdown; Palestinians Rally Against West Bank Annexation; Israel Hints West Bank Plan May Be on Hold. Aired 4:30-5a ET
• President Trump Believes Coronavirus Will Just Disappear; 1.4 Million New Unemployment Claims Expected in U.S.; No Age Exemption for China's New Security Law in Hong Kong; President Putin Assured Power until 2036; Source: Trump Often Didn't Read Intel on Russia; Palestinians Rally against West Bank Annexation; Italian Police Seize ISIS-Made Amphetamines; At Least 23 States Pause Or Rollback Reopening Plans; Dozens Of Companies Boycott Advertising On Facebook; June Jobs Report To Show Three Million Jobs Added. Aired 2-3a ET
• Economy Adds 4.8 Million Jobs in June, Unemployment Falls to 11.1 Percent; VP Pence Visits Florida as New Cases Surge; Texas Reports Record Highs in New Cases, Hospitalizations; Arizona State Fairgrounds Testing Site Overwhelmed; California Governor Orders 72 Percent of State back to Near-Shutdown; Trump claims Coronavirus will "Disappear" As U.S. Tops 50k in One Day; Trump Officials Plan to Create New Pandemic Response Team; U.S. Futures Jump After Report Shows 4.8 Million Jobs were Added in June. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• Afghan Contractor was Middleman in Bounty Scheme; Covid-19 Cases Increase among Military; June Jobs Report; Schools Grapple with Reopening. Aired 9:30-10a
• Food Pantries' Lines Continue to Grow; One Hong Kong Representative to Vote on New Security Law; President Trump's Briefers May Have Skipped Russia Issues. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• Atlantic City Casinos, Amusement Parks Reopen With New Rules; Subpoenas Issued For NY Partygoers Linked To COVID-19 Cluster; Jeffrey Epstein Associate Ghislaine Maxwell Arrested. Aired 12:30-1p ET
• U.S. Sets Record with Over 50,000 Cases in One Day; Trump Says He Believes Virus Will "Just Disappear"; Texas Reports Record Highs in New Cases, Hospitalizations; Tougher Restrictions in California as Cases Hit Record High; Dr. David Rubin Discusses Latest PolicyLab Projection Showing 2nd Way Coming, Rethinking State-By-State Strategy, Concerns about College Towns; Trump Says He "Did a Great Job" Handling COVID-19 as U.S. Tops 50k Cases a Day; Trump Focuses on New Unemployment Numbers Showing 4.8 Million Jobs Added, Not Virus Cases Rising; Trump Says He's for Masks But Reluctant to Wear One. Aired 11- 11:30a ET
• U.S. Sets New Coronavirus Cases Record Wednesday; President Trump Announces No Supply Shortages; Interview with Fort Lauderdale Mayor Dean Trantalis. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• Experts Warn Testing Demand Likely to Exceed Capacity; Julie Khani, American Clinical Laboratory Association President Discusses Coronavirus Testing; Mark Zandi, Chief Economist, Moody's Analytics, Discusses New Jobs Report, Economy; Gang of Eight Being Briefed on Russia Bounty Intel; NYT: Afghan Contractor Was Middleman in Russian Bounty Scheme; Houston Rockets' Sefolosha Opts Out of NBA Restart; Washington Mystics' Natasha Cloud Will Skip Upcoming WNBA Season for Social Reform; WNBA's Maya Moore Pauses Her Career for Social Justice. Aired 11:30a-12p ET
• More Than 10,000 New Cases In Florida In Past 24 Hours; California Governor Orders Majority Of State Back To Near-Shutdown; U.S. Hits New Record With 50,000 Plus Cases In A Single Day; Texas Reports Record High In New Cases, Hospitalizations; Atlantic City Casinos, Amusement Parks Reopen With New Rules. Aired 12-12:30p ET
• 23 States Pause Or Roll Back Reopening Plans As Cases Surge; Trump Insists Virus Handled As Daily Cases Hit Record 50,000 Plus; Texas Hits Record-Breaking Number For Daily Cases. Aired 1-1:30p ET
• Dr. Sara Goza knows that, the president of the American Academy of Pediatrics; Herman Cain Tests Positive for Coronavirus; Dr. Sara Goza, President, American Academy of Pediatrics, Discusses Their Call for In-Person School This Fall; Gang of Eight Briefed on Russia Bounty Intel. Aired 1:30-2p ET
• Young Adults Refuse Contact Tracing after Party Linked to COVID-19 Cluster; Rockland County Executive, Ed Day, Discusses Issuing Subpoenas Against Party Goers Refusing Contact Tracing; Casinos in Atlantic City Reopen Today with Safety Precautions; Man's Family Savaged by COVID-19, Now He's Helping Others; Ghislaine Maxwell, Ex- Girlfriend and Alleged Accomplice of Jeffrey Epstein, Arrested. Aired 2:30-3p ET


July 01, 2020
• Did Not Air 3-4p ET
• Coronavirus Pandemic; Fed Chairman, Economic Recovery Depends On Containing Virus; Powell, Record GDP Decline Expected This Quarter; U.S. Stocks Record Best Quarter In Decades; Airbus To Cut 15,000 Jobs Over 12 Months; European Union Allows Travel From 14 Countries, United States Excluded; E.U. Countries Forced To Recover Without U.S. Tourists; Latin American Countries Adjusting As Cases Surge; Brazil Surpasses 1.4 Million Covid-19 Cases; U.K. Locks Down Leicester Amid Coronavirus Surge; China Discovers New Swine Flu With Pandemic Potential; Belgian King Breaks Silence On Colonial Past; Belgian King Expresses Regret For Colonial Past In Congo; China Emphasize the Gravity of the New Law; Top Experts Warned and Now Begged People to Wear Masks; Vladimir Putin's Power May Extend Till 2036. Aired 3-4a ET
• China Passes National Security Law for Hong Kong; Fauci: U.S. Could See 100,000 Cases Per Day if Surge Continues; Biden Slams Trump on Coronavirus; Trump Under Fire Over Russia Bounty Intelligence; Trump's Phone Calls Alarm U.S. Officials; Calls to Foreign Leaders Raised Security Concerns; Russian Vote Could Keep Putin in Power Until 2036; Former Officer Who Shot Rayshard Brooks Granted Bond; National Security Law Tightens China's Grip on Hong Kong; Latin American Countries Adjusting as Cases Surge; China Discovers New Swine Flu with 'Pandemic Potential'. Aired 12-1a ET
• Fauci Says U.S. Could Rise to 100,000 a Day; 19 U.S. States Pause or Roll Back Reopening Plans; Study Shows Mask Materials and Design Can Determine Effectiveness; Mixed Messages on Masks Creating Confusion in U.S.; White House Says Trump Now Briefed on Russian Bounty Plot; Hong Kong Police Make First Arrests Under National Security Law; Controversial Reforms Could Keep Putin in Power Until 2036. Aired 4-4:30a ET
• Cases Rise In 27 States As Virus Surges Across Nation; Fauci Warns New COVID Cases Could Rise To 100,000 A Day. Aired 10-10:30a ET
• New Beijing Ruling Allows Chinese Law Enforcement Presence In Hong Kong; Experts Warn U.S. Coronavirus Cases Could Reach 100,000 A Day; Russians To Vote To Keep Putin In Power; Hong Kong's Leader Defends National Security Law; Belgian King: "Deepest Regret" for Colonial Past in Congo; E.U. Allows Travel from 14 Countries, U.S. Excluded; Airbus to Cut 15,000 Jobs over 12 Months; Actor and Director Carl Reiner Dies at 98. Aired 1-2a ET
• HK Police Make First Arrest Under National Security Law; China Discovers New Swine Flu With Pandemic Potential; E.U. Allows Travel From 14 Countries, U.S. Excluded; China Passes National Security Law for Hong Kong; Fauci: U.S. Could See 100,000 Cases Per Day if Surge Continues; Trump Under Fire Over Russia Bounty Intelligence; Russians Hit the Reset Button for Putin. Aired 2-3a ET
• Fed Chairman Says Economic Recovery Depends on Containing Virus; Airbus to Cut 15,000 Jobs Over 12 Months; EU Closed to U.S. Travelers as Borders Open Up; 17 Vaccines in Human Trials Worldwide; St. Louis Man Responds After Pulling Gun on Protesters; Mississippi Getting Rid of Flag with Confederate Emblem; Actor and Director Carl Reiner Dies at 98. Aired 4:30-5a ET
• Interview with Austin Mayor Steve Adler (D) About COVID-19 Surge in Texas; FDA: Vaccine for COVID-19 would have to Be At Least 50 Percent Effective for Approval; Cases Rise in 37 States as Coronavirus Surges Across the U.S.; Fauci Warns New COVID Cases Could Rise to 100,000 a Day. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• Question Raised Over Trump's Handling of Briefing; Officials Weigh Returning to School; Tulsa Officer Killed during Traffic Stop. Aired 9:30-10a ET
• President Threatens NDAA Veto; European Union to Ban U.S. Travelers Over Coronavirus Numbers; Companies Boycott Facebook Advertising Over Hate Speech. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• Former FDA Official: New Cases May Already be Hitting 100K Per Day; Texas Lt. Gov Dan Patrick Criticizes Fauci as Cases Rise; Mayor John Giles (R-Mesa, AZ) Discusses Rising Cases in Arizona; Pfizer Reports Positive Early Data on COVID-19 Vaccine Candidate; Dr. Craig Spencer Discusses Infections Up over 50% in Most States Since June 1st & Dr. Peter Hotez Saying Take COVID Response Away from White House, Give to CDC; Source: White House Alerted to Potential Russian Bounty Plot in Early 2019. Aired 11-11:30a ET
• Gold Star Mother Reacts To Russian Bounty Allegations; FDA Says Coronavirus Vaccines Need 50 Percent Efficacy Or Better; Oklahoma Police Officer Dies After Traffic Stop Shooting. Aired 12:30-1p ET
• COVID-19 Cases Rise in 37 States with 19 Pausing or Reversing Reopening; Trump's Morning Tweetstorm Fails to Mention Pandemic; Interview with Texas Bar Owner Suing Governor Over Closures. Aired 2- 2:30p ET
• Source: White House Alerted To Potential Russian Bounty Plot In Early 2019; Dr. John Swartzberg Discusses Dr. Fauci Cautioning On Congregating At Bars; Milton, FL, Mayor Heather Lindsay Discusses City Council Voting To Overrule Her Mask Mandate As Cases Rise; Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg To Meet With Civil Rights Groups Over Ad Boycott. Aired 11:30a-12p ET
• Mark Zuckerberg To Meet With Civil Rights Groups Over Ad Boycott; Arizona Reports Record High New COVID-19 Cases Deaths Today; Cases Spike In 37 States As Virus Surges Across Nation; California Reports More Than 6,000 New Cases In Single Day; Gold Star Mother Reacts To Russian Bounty Allegations. Aired 12-12:30p ET
• Interview With Black Lives Matter Organizer & Cal State, L.A. Professor & Chair Of Pan-African Studies, Melina Abdullah; Update On Coronavirus Responses Around The World; GENYOUth CEO, Alexis Glick, Discusses How Markets Are Seeing Best Quarter In Decades As Workers, Businesses Suffer; CNN's Brooke Baldwin Donates Plasma To Coronavirus Patients. Aired 1:30-2p ET
• Pentagon Report Says Russia Working With Taliban And Others To Expedite U.S. Withdrawal From Afghanistan; Update On Coronavirus Responses Across The Country; COVID-19 First Responder Dies, Family Denied Insurance Claim; CNN Staff, Mom With Twins In NICU Pleads For People To Wear Masks. Aired 2:30-3p ET
• U.S. Cases Trend In Wrong Direction As Trump Fails To Lead; Study Shows Official U.S. COVID-19 Death Count Could Be Much Higher; Trump Calls Black Lives Matter Street Paintings Symbol Of Hate. Aired 1-1:30p ET


June 30, 2020
• Congress Demand Trump Administration Explain Russia Bounty Intel; Intelligence On Bounties Was In Daily Briefings; U.S. Supreme Court Blocks Controversial Abortion Law; India Bans TikTok And 58 Other Mobile Apps Amid Tensions With China; More Major Companies Join Facebook Ad Boycott; South Africa Turns Recreational Center Into Field Hospital; Coronavirus Pandemic; U.K. City Of Leicester Faces Tough New Restrictions; Covid-19 Fight In South Africa Is A Marathon; Israel Expected To Move Forward With Plans To Annex Parts Of The West Bank; States Pause Their Re-Opening Due to Spike in Coronavirus; GOP on Board for Wearing a Mask; E.U. Released its List of 15 Countries Allowed to Enter Their Border; China's Parliament Passed Controversial Law. Aired 3-4a ET
• China Tightens Its Grip on Hong Kong; Coronavirus Cases Explode across the United States; COVID-19 Takes a Dangerous Turn in Texas; Big Win for U.S. Abortion Rights Advocates; Italy and U.S. Going in Opposite Directions; E.U. Members Set to Finalize Travel Restrictions; Poll Shows Europeans Souring on U.S. Alliance; Official: Intelligence on Bounties was in Daily Briefing; Brazil Reports More Than 24,000 New COVID-19 Cases; South Africa Turns Rec Center into Field Hospital; Israel Expected to Move Forward with Annexation Plans. Aired 12-1a ET
• At Least 17 U.S. States Rein in Reopening Plans Amid Surge; Arizona to Pause Reopenings as Virus Cases Soar; Growing Number of U.S. States Have Mask Requirements; Officials Say Intelligence on Bounties was in Daily Briefing; Sources Say Senior Officials Concluded Trump was a Danger to National Security After Phone Calls with Foreign Leaders; China Passes National Security Law for Hong Kong. Aired 4- 4:30a ET
• Beijing's Sweeping New Laws Threaten Free Speech In Hong Kong; WHO Issues Dire Statement That The Pandemic Is Speeding Up; Pelosi Calls For Disclosure On Reports Of Russian Pay-Offs To The Taliban; China Passes National Security Law for Hong Kong; Poll Shows Europeans Souring on U.S. Alliance; More Major Companies Join Facebook Ad Boycott; India Bans mostly Chinese Apps including Tiktok; Country Singer Chase Rice under Fire for Packed Concert. Aired 1-2a ET
• China Tightens Its Grip on Hong Kong; Coronavirus Cases Explode across the United States; Trump Denies Seeing Intelligence on Russian Bounty Plot; Report: China Passes National Security Law For Hong Kong; E.U. Members Set To Finalize Travel Restrictions; Israel Expected To Move Forward With Annexation Plans. Aired 2-3a ET
• EU Members Set to Finalize Travel Restrictions; Italy and U.S. Going in Opposite Directions; More Major Companies Join Facebook Ad Boycott; U.S. Supreme Court Blocks Controversial Abortion Law; Roberts Breaks with Conservatives, Side with Liberals; Inside Look at How Jail Hotspot is Now Protecting Inmates. Aired 4:30-5a ET
• 16 States Halt Reopening Plans As Cases Surge Across Nation; Dr. Fauci, CDC Director Robert Redfield To Testify Before Senate Committee; Source Says, Russian Bounty Intel Was In Trump's Daily Brief Earlier This Year. Aired 10-10:30a ET
• 16 States Stop Reopening Plans as Coronavirus Cases Surge Across the U.S. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• 17 States Pause Or Change Reopening Plan As Virus Cases Explode; Tri-State Area Expands Travel Advisory To Eight More States; Biden Speaks In Delaware On COVID-19 Response, Economy. Aired 1-1:30p ET
• Rep. Adam Kinzinger (R-IL) is Interviewed on the Russian Bounty Intel; Stimulus Program for Businesses Winding Down; Small Business Owners Face Uncertainty; EU Bans Americans From Travel to Europe. Aired 9:30-10a
• 4 Top Trump Administration Health Officials Testify Before Senate Committee. Aired 11-11:30a ET
• Live Coverage of Senate Hearing on COVID-19 Reopening Progress. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• CNN: Trump Scraps Alabama Rally Plans Amid Rising Infections; Houston Mayor: City Is Currently Seeing A Surge In Cases; American Travelers Not Allowed In When E.U. Reopens Borders. Aired 12:30-1p ET
• Biden Speech Highlights Empathy to Promote Wearing Masks; Some Northeast States Now Requiring 14-Day Quarantine from 16 States' Travelers; Anthony Fauci Predicts U.S. Cases Could Increase by 100,000 Per Day. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• Dr. Anthony Fauci: "Going To Be A Lot Of Hurt" If People Keep Ignoring Guidelines; GOP Senator Lamar Alexander Urges Trump To "Occasionally" Wear Mask; Dr. Anthony Fauci: Could Hit 100K Cases A Day If This Doesn't Turn Around; CDC Director: Daily COVID-19 Deaths Increasing In Arizona; Tri-State Area Expands Travel Advisory To Eight More States. Aired 12-12:30p ET
• Lawmakers Demand Full Briefing On Russian Bounty Intel; Dr. Anne Rimoin Discusses 72 Percent Of California's Population On Coronavirus "Watch List"; Dr. Mirtha Macri Discusses New Netflix Documentary, "Lenox Hill," On Frontline Fight Against Coronavirus. Aired 2:30-3p ET
• Democratic Presidential Presumptive Candidate, Joe Biden, Holds a Press Conference. Aired 1:30-2p ET
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• 4 Top Trump Administration Health Officials Testify Before Senate Committee. Aired 11:30a-12p ET


June 29, 2020
• Health Experts Continue to Encourage People to Wear a Mask; U.S. May be Included in E.U.'s Travel Ban List; China Taking Preemptive Measures; More Than 10 Million People Now Infected with COVID-19; Global Coronavirus Cases Top 10 Million, Deaths Surpass 500,000; Impact of Surging Coronavirus Cases on Florida's Economy; Mexico City Reopening, But Too Late For Some Stores; Family Loses Father to Virus, 28 Family Members Infected; At Least Five Killed at Pakistan Stock Exchange; WAPO: Bounties Believed to Have Resulted in U.S. Deaths; Ex-Minneapolis Police Officers Charged in George Floyd's Killing Expected in Court; President Trump Retweets then Deletes Video of "White Power" Chant; Huge Companies Join Facebook Advertising Boycott; Couples and Wedding Industry Adapt to Pandemic. Aired 3-4a ET
• Pence Wears Mask During Campaign Event in Texas; Florida Walks Back Some Reopening Measures Amid Surge; U.S. Travelers Likely Banned from E.U. Over Virus Surge; Trump Denies Being Briefed on Russian Bounty Intel; Colombia Exceeds Number of Cases in China; Mexico City Reopening, Too Late for Many Businesses; Trump Retweets then Deletes Video of 'White Power' Chant; More Companies Join Facebook Advertising Boycott Over Hate Speech; England's School Curriculum Criticized for Skipping Black History. Aired 12-1a ET
• Worldwide COVID Deaths Top 500,000; Vice President Endorses Wearing Of Masks In Public; Reports Claim Russia Paid Taliban To Kill U.S. Forces In Afghanistan; California Governor Closes Bars in Seven Counties as Cases Spike; Trump Retweets then Deletes Video of "White Power" Chant; Iran to Mandate Masks in High-Risk Areas; China Expected to Approve Controversial Hong Kong Law; More Companies Join Facebook Advertising Boycott. Aired 1-2a ET
• Alex Azar Says Window Closing to Get Virus Under Control; Florida Reports 8,530 New COVID-10 Cases Sunday; Texas Becomes a New Virus Hotspot; Many Americans Resist Wearing Masks Despite Risks; Trump Retweets Then Deletes Video of "White Power" Chant; Report Says Russia Offered Money to Taliban to Kill U.S. Troops; Trump Denies Knowledge of Russia-Taliban Intel; 400,000 People Under Lockdown in China's Hebei Province. Aired 4-4:30a ET
• New Data Highlights Shortage Of Contact Tracers In Hotspot States; Roberts Sides With Liberals To Block Louisiana Abortion Law. Aired 10-10:30a ET
• Huge Companies Join Facebook Advertising Boycott; Facebook Makes More Tan 98 Percent of Its Money from Ads; U.K.'s School Curriculum Skips Over Black British History; EU Considers Barring Americans from Travel List; Reports Say U.K. to Set Up "Air Bridges" to European Neighbors; Tennis Star Bianca Andreescu Preparing to Defend Title. Aired 4:30-5a ET
• The Growing Coronavirus Pandemic; Wear a Mask Says Vice President Mike Pence; Florida Reverses Reopening Plans; California Closes Bars; E.U. to Likely Ban U.S. Travelers; President Trump Denies Briefing Regarding Intel on Russian Bounty; Pakistan Stock Exchange Attacked. Aired 2-3a ET
• South Florida Beaches to Close for July 4th Weekend; Texas Hospitals Nearing Capacity as COVID-19 Cases Surge; Arizona Reports Highest Single Day Spike in New Cases; Dr. Anthony Fauci on the Surge of Coronavirus Cases in the U.S.; Trump Not Focused on Coronavirus Pandemic?; HHS Secretary: "Window is Closing" to Control Coronavirus; Thirty One States Report Rise in Cases as Coronavirus Surges Across the U.S. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• Trump Denies Bounties Briefing; States Pause or Readjust Opening Plans as Cases Soar; Spike in Gun Violence and Deaths; Aired 9:30-10a
• Texas Bars Shut Down as COVID-19 Hospitalizations Spike; President Trump May Have Received February Briefing on Putin Bounties Out for Killing of U.S. Troops in Afghanistan; California Closes Bars in in Seven Counties as COVID-19 Cases Soar. Aired 10:30-11a ET
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• Supreme Court Strikes Down Louisiana Abortion Law; Roberts Sides with Liberal Justices to Block Louisiana Abortion Law; South Florida Beaches to Close over Holiday Weekend as Cases Surge; Mayor Rick Kriseman (D-St. Petersburg, FL) Discusses Surging COVID-19 Cases in Florida, Several Beaches in South Florida Closing for July 4th Weekend; CNN Goes Inside Houston Hospital on Frontlines of COVID-19 Fight. Aired 11-11:30a ET
• Trump Denies Being Briefed On Russian Bounties To Kill U.S. Troops; Mississippi Lawmakers Vote To Remove Confederate Emblem From Flag. Aired 12:30-1p ET
• Thirteen States to Pause or Tweak Reopening as COVID-19 Cases Rise; Air Travel Expected to Rise for Fourth of July; Operation Warp Speed Set to Begin Clinical Trials. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• CNN Goes Inside Houston Hospital On Frontlines Of COVID-19 Fight; Dr. Anthony Fauci Spoke With CNN Earlier On Vaccines, Whether Herd Immunity Is Possible In U.S.; Dr. Leana Wen Discusses Dr. Fauci Speaking On Herd Immunity, Vaccines, The Anti-Science Movement, HHS Secretary's Comments On Getting Back To Work; Trump Sticks To Tweeting On Divisive Issues, Avoids COVID-19 Crisis; Eric Mackey, Alabama State Superintendent Of Education, Discusses Alabama Putting Out Plans To Reopen Schools As Cases Rise. Aired 11:30a-12p ET
• As COVID Cases Rise, States Struggle With School Reopenings; Only About 10 Percent Of ICU Hospital Beds Open Across Arizona; Dallas County Judge Calls On Texas Governor To Add More Restrictions To Slow Spread Of Coronavirus; Justice Roberts Sides With Liberal Justices To Block Louisiana Abortion Law; At Least 80 COVID-19 Cases Linked To One Michigan Bar. Aired 12-12:30p ET
• Jacksonville, Florida Mandates Face Masks Ahead Of RNC; Justice Roberts Sides With Liberal Justices To Block Louisiana Abortion Law; White House Briefing As Trump Stirs Culture War, Avoids Coronavirus Crisis. Aired 1-1:30p ET
• White House Press Briefing; White House: Trump, Pence Not Briefed On Intel Reports That Russia Put Bounty On U.S. & U.K. Troops Because It Wasn't Verified. Aired 1:30-2p ET
• Retired Army Brig. Gen. Peter Zwack Discusses Trump, Pence Not Being Briefed On Russia Offering Bounties To Kill U.S. & U.K. Troops In Afghanistan, Russian Bounties Believed To Have Resulted In U.S. Deaths; Update On Coronavirus Responses Around The World; The White House Tries To Explain Trump's Recent Tweets; Pence Defends Reason Behind His Refusal To Say "Black Lives Matter". Aired 2:30-3p ET


June 28, 2020
• Some U.S. States Pause or Roll Back Reopening; Miami Mayor Hopes Masks, Beach Closings Will Slow Virus; Hospitals in Texas Overwhelmed with New Cases; Russian Intel Offered Taliban Cash to Kill U.S. Troops; Mississippi Passes Measure to Change State Flag; U.K. Charities Push for Long-Term Housing for Homeless; Disneyland Workers Push for More Safety Measures; Coronavirus Is Hitting States Trump Needs to Win Reelection; Coronavirus Toll on Remote Areas of Brazil's Amazon; Impact of Positive Player Tests on Sports. Aired 12-1a ET
• Some U.S. states Pause or Roll Back Reopening; Miami Mayor Hopes Masks, Beach Closings Will Slow Virus; Trump Administration Downplays Seriousness of Virus; Russian Intel Offered Taliban Cash to Kill U.S. troops; E.U. Member States to Decide on U.S. travel Ban; Mississippi Passes Measure to Change State Flag; Disneyland Workers Push for More Safety Measures; Coronavirus Is Hitting States Trump Needs to Win Reelection; Impact of Positive Player Tests on Sports; Taking Masks to the Next Level. Aired 2-3a ET
• Some U.S. states Pause or Roll Back Reopening; Hospitals in Texas Overwhelmed with New Cases; U.S. Falls behind Rest of World as COVID-19 Skyrockets; Honduran President Works from Hospital; Deaths in Spain Creeping Up as Nation Works to Reopen; Coronavirus Is Hitting States Trump Needs to Win Reelection; Coronavirus Toll on Remote Areas of Brazil's Amazon; Taking Masks to the Next Level. Aired 3-4a ET
• Miami Mayor Hopes Masks, Beach Closings Will Slow Virus; U.S. Falls behind Rest of World as COVID-19 Skyrockets; Trump Administration Downplays Seriousness of Virus; Russian Intel Offered Taliban Cash to Kill U.S. troops; CDC: U.S. infections Much Higher than Reported; Some U.S. states Pause or Roll Back Reopening; Deaths in Spain Creeping Up as Nation Works to Reopen; U.K. Charities Push for Long-Term Housing for Homeless. Aired 4-5a ET
• CDC: U.S. Infections Much Higher Than Reported; Miami Mayor Hopes Masks, Beach Closings Will Slow Virus; Disneyland Workers Push For More Safety Measures; COVID-19's Deadly Lessons In New York; Some U.S. States Pause Or Roll Back Reopening; Coronavirus Is Hitting States Trump Needs To Win Reelection; Russian Intel Offered Taliban Cash To Kill U.S. Troops; Deaths In Spain Creeping Up As Nation Works To Reopen; Taking Masks To The Next Level. Aired 5-6a ET
• Soon: VP Pence Addresses COVID-19 Surge In Texas; Florida Reports 8,530 New COVID-19 Cases Today; Interview With Mayor Francis Suarez (R), Miami, FL; U.S. Official: Russians Offered Taliban Money To Kill U.S. Troops; Florida Health Officials Report 8,530 New Coronavirus Cases; Trump Re-Tweets Video Of White Power Chant, Then Deletes It; Gov Ron DeSantis (R-FL) Gives Update On Surging COVID Cases. Aired 2-3p ET
• Failure To Control Pandemic As New Virus Records Surges; Mike Pence Attends Church In Dallas; Florida Sets Record In Daily Coronavirus Cases; Trump Denies Reports Russia Paid Taliban To Kill U.S. Troops; Trump Removes Tweet With White Power Reference; E.U. Plans To Bar U.S. Travelers When They Reopen; Test Flights For Boeing 737 Max To Resume; Class Action Lawsuit Against Seattle On Handling Of CHOP. Aired 5-6p ET
• U.S. Fails To Control Pandemic As Virus Breaks New Records; HHS Secretary Warns Window Is Closing On Combating COVID-19 Spread; Four Ex-Officers Charged In George Floyd's Death Due In Court Monday; California Governor Orders Bars Shut In Seven Counties; Geoffrey Berman's Ouster, The Latest In Bill Barr's Push To Tighten Control Under Trump. Aired 6-7p ET
• Florida Reports 18,000 Plus New COVID-19 Cases This Weekend Alone; Vice President Pence Speaks As Coronavirus Cases Surge In The U.S.; Texas Governor Addresses COVID-19 Surge In His State. Aired 3-4p ET
• U.S. Fails to Contain Pandemic as New Virus Cases Surge in Several States; Vice President Mike Pence Encourages Everyone to Wear a Mask; Interview with Mayor Dave Kerner about Palm Beach County's Mask Mandate; South Bronx Businesses Struggle Without Baseball Fans. Aired 7-8p ET
• Vice President Mike Pence Urges Americans To Wear Masks As Cases Spike; Florida Governor Attributes Surge To Socializing And Backlog In Testing; Trump Deletes His Retweet Of Video In Which Man Chants "White Power"; New York Sees Lowest COVID-19 Deaths And Hospitalizations Since Pandemic Began; CDC Warns Pregnant Women Of Higher Risk Associated With COVID-19; California's Governor Newsom Closes Bars In Seven Counties; House Passes Police Reform Bill. Aired 4-5p ET


June 27, 2020
• The Measures to Protect Trump from Coronavirus; Northeast States Plan School Reopenings; Rising COVID-19 Infections in U.S. Youth Causing Concerns; Coronavirus Shows No Signs of Slowing in Latin America; U.S. Travelers Unlikely to be Allowed into E.U.; COVID-19 Causing Cities across the Globe to Adapt; As Pandemic Situation Worsens, Pence Paints Deceptively Rosy Picture; White House Recommends Supreme Court Overturn ObamaCare; F1 Star Lewis Hamilton Launches Commission on Motorsport Inequality; Russia Offered Afghan Militants Bounties to Kill U.S. Troops; Trump Administration Has No Plans To Expedite Harriet Tubman on the $20 Bill. Aired 3-4a ET
• As Pandemic Situation Worsens, Pence Paints Deceptively Rosy Picture; Florida Governor Will "Trust People to Make Good Decisions" on Masks as Cases Hit Record High; Texas Governor Puts Restrictions Back in Place as Cases Soar; U.S. Travelers Unlikely to be Allowed into E.U.; White House Recommends Supreme Court Overturn ObamaCare; The Measures to Protect Trump from Coronavirus; U.S. House Votes to Make D.C. a State. Aired 4-5a ET
• As Pandemic Situation Worsens, Pence Paints Deceptively Rosy Picture; U.S. States Sound Alarm amid Record Cases; U.S. Travelers Unlikely to be Allowed into E.U.; Florida Governor Will "Trust People to Make Good Decisions" on Masks as Cases Hit Record High; F1 Star Lewis Hamilton Launches Commission on Motorsport Inequality; Trump Administration Has No Plans To Expedite Harriet Tubman on the $20 Bill. Aired 5-6a ET
• Vice President Pence and Members of Coronavirus Task Force Hold Press Conference; Cases of Coronavirus Continue to Rise in Florida and Texas; European Union May Ban Travel from U.S. Due to Coronavirus Concerns; Former Education Secretary Arne Duncan Interviewed on Changing Education Practices Due to Coronavirus; Report States Russian Units Offered Taliban-Linked Militants Bounties to Kill U.S. and NATO Troops in Afghanistan; Roger Stone Sends Instagram Message Implying He Expects Presidential Pardon; Democratic Presidential Candidate Joe Biden Leading President Trump in Polls on Who Best Would Handle Coronavirus Pandemic. Aired 10-11a ET
• U.S. Records Largest Single-Day Increase In Coronavirus Cases; Vice President Pence And Members Of Coronavirus Task Force Hold Press Conference; Mayor Of Miami-Dade County, Carlos Gimenez Is Interviewed On Steps Taken To Deal With Spike In Coronavirus Cases In Florida; European Union May Ban Travel From U.S. Due To Coronavirus Concerns; CDC Survey Suggests Total Number Of Coronavirus Cases Six To 24 Times Greater Than Current Levels; Texas Governor: Bars In State Reopened Too Early. Aired 2-3p ET
• More Than Half Of U.S. States See Increase In COVID-19 Cases; Varied, Confusing Mask Rules Could Be Lethal; Florida Sets New Daily Record With 9,500 New COVID-19 Cases; Rising Infections In Young People Put Everyone In Danger; Sixteen NBA Players Test Positive For COVID-19; Giant Saharan Dust Plume Lands In The U.S.; Bill To Make D.C. The Nation's 51st State. Aired 11a-12p ET
• Florida Sets New Daily Record With 9,585 New COVID Cases; Business Forced To Close As Crowds Flock To Florida's Panhandle; Texas More Than Half Of U.S. States See Increase In COVID-19 Cases; Parents Express Mixed Feelings About Kids Returning To School; Rep. Ted Lieu (D-CA) Is Interviewed About U.S. Fighter Jets Intercepting Russian Military Aircraft Near Alaska; Cases In Latin America Triple In Past Month, Two-Million-Plus Infections. Aired 12-1p ET
• Experts Say, Varied, Confusing Mask Rules Could Be Lethal; U.S. Case Count Rises By 45,000, Highest Single-Day Total To Date; Disneyland Workers Protest Against Park Reopening; Pence Pressed On Wisdom Of Holding Campaign Events As Cases Surge; Trump Unable To Name Second-Term Priorities During Fox Interview; New Polls: Biden Building Lead In Swing States Trump Won In 2016; E.U. Considers Ban On American Visitors. Aired 3-4p ET
• CDC Survey: Number Of Cases May Be Six To 24 Times More Than Actually Reported; Florida Sets New Daily Record with 9,500-Plus New Cases Reported; Trump Campaign Postpones Pence's Events In Florida And Arizona; NYT: Russia Offered Afghanistan Militants Bounties To Kill U.S. Troops; Former Education Secretary Arne Duncan Calls Out Trump Administration On Coronavirus Response; NASCAR Releases Photo Of Noose Found In Bubba Wallace's Garage. Aired 4-5p ET
• CDC Survey: Number Of COVID-19 Cases May Be Six To 24 Times Greater Than Actually Reported; Florida Governor Ron DeSantis Won't Mandate Wearing Masks Despite Record Cases; Mike Pence Claims U.S. In "Much Better Place" On Coronavirus, As Daily Infections Soar & States Pause Reopenings; Dr. Anthony Fauci: Rising Infections In Young People Put Everyone In Danger; Russia Offered Afghanistan Militants Bounties To Kill U.S. & U.K. Troops. Aired 5-6p ET
• Interview With Rep. Charlie Crist (D-FL); Florida Reports 9,500 Plus Cases, A New Single Day High; The Lone Star State's Reopening Plan Is In Limbo. Aired 6-7p ET
• Florida Sets New Daily Record With 9,585 New COVID-19 Cases; Pence Says The U.S. Is Opening Safely And Responsibly Even As Cases Surge In Many Cases; Houston Area Officially Raises COVID Threat To Highest Level. Aired 1-2p ET


June 26, 2020
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• Coronavirus Far from Giving U.S. a Break; U.N.'s List That United States Don't Wish to be Included; Straightforward Message from Formula One's Boss; COVID Cases in Middle East Rising Up; Coronavirus Pandemic; President Trump Facing Multiple Crisis Amid Reelection Campaign; Race For The White House; U.S. Democrat Joe Biden Leads Trump In Several New Polls; Almost 500 New Cases In Food And Meat Processing Plant In The United Kingdom; Two-Year Ebola Outbreak In Eastern Congo Declared Over; WHO, Coronavirus Cases Across Africa Are On The Rise; New Details In Madeleine McCann Case; English Premiere League Champions; Liverpool Win English Title For The First Time In 30 Years. Aired 3-4a ET
• Infections Rise in 31 U.S. States; CDC: U.S. Infection Rate May Be 10 Times Higher; U.K. City Declares major Incident Over Packed Beach; Liverpool Win First Ever English Premier League Title; Former Formula One Boss Speaks Out about Race Relations in the Sport; Brazil Reports More Than 39,000 New COVID-19 Cases; Nurse in Peruvian Village Fights COVID-19 Alone; Texas Reports Nearly 6,000 New Cases Thursday; Trump Refuses to Wear Mask Despite COVID Threat; Belgium Confronts Elements from Its Past. Aired 12-1a ET
• U.S. Hits Highest Single Day of New Cases, 40,000; California, Florida, Texas Report Record Spikes; Some Americans Resistant to Wearing Face Masks; Trump Facing Multiple Crises Amid Reelection Campaign; U.S. Democrat Joe Biden Leads Trump in Several New Polls. Aired 4-4:30a ET
• New Infections Rise In 31 U.S. States; Coronavirus Task Force To Resume; Resurgence Of COVID In Europe - From Risk To Reality; Crowds Overwhelm British Beach Town in Major Incident; White Supremacists Use App To Target BLM Protestors; More than 100,000 COVID-19 Deaths Across Latin America; Texas Slammed with Record-High Case Numbers; Trump Refuses to Wear Mask Despite COVID Threat; U.S. Economists Worried about Virus Resurgence; German Prosecutors Build Case against Murder Suspect; Liverpool Win First Ever English Premier League Title. Aired 1-2a ET
• U.S. Sees Highest Single Day Of New COVID-19 Cases; California, Texas And Florida Set Records For New Infections; White House Task Force Holds First Public Briefing In Nearly Two Months. Aired 10- 10:30a ET
• Cases Rise in Texas and Young People are Getting Sick; California Sees Alarming Rise in New Infections; U.S. Stocks Rise Despite 1.5 Million New Jobless Claims; Crowds Flock to U.K. Beach on Hottest Day Despite COVID-19; New Cases in Australia Cause Economic Concern; Liverpool Win English Title for First Time in 30 Years. Aired 4:30-5a ET
• U.S. Sees Highest Single Day of New COVID-19 Cases; California, Texas and Florida Set Records for New Infections; Trump Administration Asks Supreme Court to Strike Down Obamacare; U.S. Sees Highest Single Day of New COVID-19 Cases; CDC: Pregnant Women with COVID-19 Have Higher Risk of Being Admitted to ICU; Texas Governor Pauses Reopening Plans Amid Spike in COVID-19 Cases. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• Rep. Vicente Gonzalez (D-TX) is Interviewed about Reopening Texas; Europe Weighs Reopening; Mideast Countries Experience Spike; Brazilian Cities Ease Restrictions; Calls for Diversity in Corporate America. Aired 9:30-10a
• Interview With Mayor of Miami-Dade County, Florida, Carlos Gimenez; Coronavirus Task Force Holds Rare Briefing. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• Trump Administration Moves to Eliminate Affordable Care Act; Interview with Tucson Mayor Regina Romero; Rising Coronavirus Cases in Florida Set to Impact Tourism. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• Texas Governor Issues New Restrictions As Cases Spike; WH Task Force Holds COVID-19 Briefing Amid Surging Cases. Aired 12:30-1p ET
• Florida Breaks Single-Day Record with 8,942 New Cases; Dr. Amesh Adalja Discusses COVID-19 Surges Across the U.S., Trump Dismissing Coronavirus Testing, Fauci Suggesting New Test Approach; Dr. Rany Condos Discusses Her Comparison of Long-Term Health Effects of COVID-19 to Long-Term Health Effects of 9/11; Trump Administrations Asks Supreme Court to Strike Down Obamacare Amid Pandemic. Aired 11- 11:30a ET
• White House Task Force Holds COVID-19 Briefing Amid Surging Cases; Pence To Travel To States Hit Hard By Coronavirus Next Week. Aired 1-1:30p ET
• Houston Area Raises Response Level to Most Severe; Texas Governor Issues New Restrictions as Cases Spike; Utah Health Official Says State May Need Complete Shutdown; Trump Administration Fights to End Obamacare as Pandemic Rages; New Jersey Woman Suffers COVID Symptoms More Than Three Months. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• White House Coronavirus Task Force Issues First Briefing in Two Months; Eleven U.S. States Have Halted or Reversed Reopening; Interview with Houston Health Department Doctor David Persse. Aired 2- 2:30p ET
• Trump Administrations Asks Supreme Court to Strike Down Obamacare Amid Pandemic; Trump on Mail-In Ballots: "It's the Biggest Risk We Have"; California Smashes Previous Record of New Cases in Single Day; Tony Thurmond, California State Superintendent of Public Instruction, Discusses Challenges in Reopening Schools; Updates on the Coronavirus Response Around the World; Verizon Pulls Ads from Facebook over Inaction on Hate Speech; Facebook Puts Graphic Warning Label on GOP Video Shared By Trump. Aired 11:30a-12p ET
• U.S. Reports Highest Single Day Increase In COVID-19 Infections; Fauci Suggest New Testing Strategy: "Something's Not Working"; Polls: Trump Losing Against Biden In Key 2020 Battlegrounds; Trump Gives Nonanswer When Asked About 2nd Term; Trump Goes After Biden, Saying He Can't Speak; Players From Several MLB Teams Test Positive As Season Nears. Aired 12-12:30a ET
• Trump Administrations Asks Supreme Court to Strike Down Obamacare Amid Pandemic; Colorado Governor Appoints Special Prosecutor to Investigate 2019 Death of Elijah McClain While in Police Custody; CNN's Jake Tapper's Film, "The Outpost," Hitting the Big Screen. Aired 2:30-3p ET
• White House Coronavirus Task Force Press Conference. Aired 1:30-2p ET


June 25, 2020
• U.S. Not Having a Break From COVID-19 Cases; President Trump Criticized for Failed Leadership; Europe Looking to ban U.S. Citizens from Entering E.U.; Coronavirus Pandemic; Qantas Cuts 6,000 Jobs As Part Of Three Year Recovery Plan; U.S. Stocks Post Sharpest Losses In Almost Two Weeks; United States Expected To Release Latest Jobs Report; John Bolton On President Trump's Pandemic Response; President Trump Hosts Polish President At White House; Trump Has Not Met With Top Health Officials In Weeks; E.U. May Ban American Travelers As It Reopens Borders; Trump Refers To Covid-19 As Kung Flu; Trump Plans To Slash U.S. Troop Presence In Germany; Bolton's Explosive Revelations; America In Crisis, Three Men Indicted In The Killing Of Ahmaud Arbery; Trump To Post Marshals To Protect Monuments From Protesters; Artist Offers To Cover Up Racist Tattoos For Free; Russians Begin Voting On Putin's Controversial Reforms; Parisian Landmark Reopens; Eiffel Tower Reopens With Strict Virus Restrictions. Aired 3-4a ET
• U.S. Cases Surge to highest One-Day Level Since April; 26 States Seeing an Increase in Cases During Past Week; Health Experts, Officials Speak Out on Importance of Masks; EU May Consider Ban on Travelers from the U.S.; Brazil Cases Soar, Posting Record Spike; U.S. Stocks Post Sharpest Losses in Almost Two Weeks; Suspects Indicted Over Shooting Death of Ahmaud Arbery. Aired 4-4:30a ET
• California, Texas And Florida Set Records For New Infections; Dozens Of Secret Service Agents Quarantining After Tulsa Rally; House Democrats Set To Pass Policing Reform Bill. Aired 10-10:30a ET
• oronavirus Rebound: Restrictions Return to the U.S; Latin America Surpasses Two Million Coronavirus Infections; India Brace for a Tsunami of Coronavirus Cases; Stocks Plunge Wednesday in Dismal Wall Street Closing; California Reports Record 7,000+ New Cases; Bolton: Trump Turned Blind Eye at Onset of Pandemic; Trump Says He Considered Not Shutting Down Economy; NYT Poll Shows Double-Digit Lead for Biden over Trump. Australian Airline Qantas Cutting 6,000 Jobs; New Video of Palestinian Driver Killed at Israeli Checkpoint; Eiffel Tower Reopens after Longest Closure since WWII. Aired 1-2a ET
• U.S. Coronavirus Cases Soar; Blame Game on Police Reform; David A. Thomas, Morehouse President, Offers Advice for Protesters; U.S. Coronavirus Numbers Continue to Grow; NYT Poll Shows Double-Digit Lead for Biden; Sailors Stuck at Sea as Borders Close; Eiffel Tower Reopens after Longest Closure Since World War II. Aired 12-1a ET
• California, Texas and Florida Hit Highest One-Day Spikes; EU May Ban American Travelers as It Reopens Borders; Eiffel Tower Reopens After Longest Closure Since World War II; New "New York Times" Poll Shows Double-Digit Lead for Biden Over Trump; Russians Begin Voting on Putin's Controversial Reforms; Tattoo Artists Help cover Hate Symbols for Free. Aired 4:30-5a ET
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• Gun Violence on the Rise; Younger People Testing Positive for Coronavirus; Anti-Poverty Organization Helps Amid Covid-19; Florida Sets Record for New Infections. Aired 9:30-10a
• COVID-19 Surges Across the United States; Dozens of Secret Service Agents Quarantining After Tulsa Rally; New Model: Wearing Masks Could Save Over 30,000 Lives; Coronavirus Cases Hit Record Highs in 3 Most Populated U.S. States. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• Arkansas Among States Seeing Highest Number Of New Cases Per Capita; NFL Postpones Hall Of Fame Weekend Until 2021; Supreme Court Rules Rejected Asylum Seekers Cannot Challenge Removal In Court. Aired 12:30-1p ET
• Interview with Rep. Mike Braun (R-IN); Colorado to Re-Examine Elijah McClain Chokehold Case; NASA to Rename Headquarters After Mary Jackson. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• U.S. Cases Surge To Highest One-Day Level Since April; Mexican Officials: Triplets Born With COVID-19 Now Stable; Court Orders Judge To Drop Cases Against Michael Flynn. Aired 2-3a ET
• Texas to Pause Reopening; Interview with Palm Beach County State Attorney Dave Aronberg; NFL Hall of Fame Weekend Postponed. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• Florida Records 5,000+ New Cases in 24-Hour Period; Cases Declining in Blue States, Sharply Rising in Red States; Dr. Jeffrey Morris Discusses Troubling Hotspots in Coronavirus Surge in 3 States; More Young People Testing Positive for Coronavirus; Trump Lays Wreath at Korean War Veterans Memorial; GAO Report Shows National Stockpile Not Properly Equipped. Aired 11-11:30a ET
• House to Vote on Democrats' Police Reform Bill; Polls: Trump Trails Biden in 6 Battleground States; Nearly 1.5 Million More Americans Filed 1st-Time Unemployment Claims Last Week; White House Economic Advisor Says He Expects Shutdowns in Some Places. Aired 11:30a-12p ET
• U.S. Nears 2.4 Million Cases, 122,000 Deaths; COVID-19 Surges Across Much Of U.S.; TX Gov. Greg Abbott Suspends Further Reopening As Cases Surge; Fauci On Masks: Forget The Politics, Look At The Data; Trump Visits Wisconsin Amid Dropping Poll Numbers; Multiple Trump Campaign Staffers Quarantining After Tulsa Rally; Bolton Says Trump Turned "A Blind Eye" To Coronavirus Pandemic; 1.48 Million File First- Time Unemployment Claims; Another Stimulus Plan Could Include More Individual Checks; Biden Focusing On Health Care In Pennsylvania Stop. Aired 12-12:30p ET
• Apocalyptic Virus Surges Feared In Major U.S. Cities; CDC Says, For Every Coronavirus Infection Detected, Ten Others Undiagnosed; Texas Governor Halts Further Reopening As Cases Soar. Aired 1-1:30p ET
• Dr. Dave Montgomery Discusses New Study Showing Protests Did Not Spark Coronavirus Outbreaks; Face Masks Required at Trump Town Hall as He Refuses Them; CDC Warning Coronavirus Has Moved to Younger Populations Across U.S. Interview with Grammy Award-Winning Singer, Richard Marx. Aired 1:30-2p ET
• Dr. Tanya Altmann Discusses Harvard Expert Saying Worse to Keep Schools Closed Than Open Safely; Nevada Governor Makes Face Masks Mandatory; California A.G., Xavier Becerra, Discusses Trump Administration Filing Papers Today to Overturn Obamacare, Surges in Coronavirus Cases; Chicago Deploys Social Distancing Ambassadors; Trump Accusing Black Lives Matter Leader of Sedition; Update on Coronavirus Response Around the World. Aired 2:30-3p ET


June 24, 2020
• President Trump Rowing the Opposite Way; E.U. Ban Other Countries from Entering; China Acted Aggressively After New Virus Outbreak; Russia Celebrates 75th Anniversary of Victory; Coronavirus Pandemic; Inside One OF China's Biggest Testing Centers; Anxiety In The U.K. As Restrictions Ease; U.K. Medical Professionals Warn Of Second Wave; Prime Minister Netanyahu, National Hibernation Is Ending In England; IMF Expected To Slash Growth Forecasts; Investors Sink $20 Billion Into UAE Pipeline Assets; White Lives Matter Banner Rocks Premiere League; Djokovic Test Positive For Covid-19; U.K. Police, White Lives Matter Flyover Banner Was Legal; Burnley Club, Racist Fans Behind White Lives Matter Banner; Israel's Plans For West Bank Annexation; United Nations Security Council To Discuss Israeli Annexation Plan. Aired 3-4a ET
• Trump Holds Event in Arizona Despite Record COVID-19 Cases; U.S. Cases Surge; Coronavirus Infecting Younger Population; Judge Orders President Jair Bolsonaro to Wear a Face Mask; Rayshard Brooks Laid to Rest; Djokovic Tests Positive for COVID-19; Trump Visits Arizona Amid Surging Virus Cases, Deaths; Debunking Trump's False Claims on Mail-in Voting; Beijing Reports 7 New Coronavirus Cases Tuesday; University Hopes Testing Will Allow Safe Fall Return. Aired 12-1a ET
• Doctor Says Pandemic Is "Spiraling out of Control"; American Travelers May Be Barred from Visiting Europe; Trump Holds Event in Arizona Despite Record COVID-19 Cases; Inside a Mass COVID-19 Testing Site in Beijing; Israeli Army to Step Up Preparations in West Bank ahead of Possible Annexation; Rayshard Brooks Laid to Rest; European Union Considers Barring U.S. Travelers; Brazilian Judge Orders Bolsonaro To Use Face Mask; Russia Marks 75th Anniversary Of Victory Day. Aired 2-3a ET
• Trump Rallies as U.S. COVID Cases Surge; Fauci Says None of Us Have Been Told to Slow Down Testing; Infections Number are Surging in 25 U.S. States; Trump Uses Racist Term to Refer to Virus Again; EU Considers Barring Visitors from U.S.; Brazilian Judge Orders Bolsonaro to Wear Mask; FBI Says Rope Was Not a Racist Message to Race Car Driver; Hundreds Gather for Rayshard Brooks' Funeral. Aired 4-4:30a ET
• 26 States Report Increases In Coronavirus Cases; Appeals Court Orders Judge To Dismiss Michael Flynn Case; Police Officer Involved In Breonna Taylor's Death Fired. Aired 10-10:30a ET
• Next Two Weeks In The U.S. Will Be Critical To Control Coronavirus; The E.U. May Bar American Travelers From Visiting Europe; Brazil And Mexico Report Staggering Upturn In COVID Cases; Trump Seeks Arizona Boost after Tulsa Rally Fizzles; Debunking Trump's False Claims on Mail-in Voting; IMF Expected to Slash Growth Forecasts; Russia Marks 75th Anniversary of Victory Day; Anger Over "White Lives Matter" Banner at Football Match. Aired 1-2a ET
• Djokovic Tests Positive for COVID-19 After Hosting Tournament; Russia Marks 75th Anniversary of Victory Day; Voting Briefly Extended in Kentucky Senate Primary; Pandemic, Protests Reshape U.S. Political Races; Trump Makes Unfounded Claims About Mail-In Voting; Inside One of China's Biggest Testing Sites. Aired 4:30-5a ET
• EU Considers Banning U.S. Travelers; Beijing's Biggest Testing Sites; Bowman Makes Push to Oust Engel; Primary Race in Kentucky Yet to be Called; Newcomer Beats Trump's Pick in North Carolina; Wallace Not Target of Hate Crime; MLB Returns Next Month. Aired 9:30-10a
• Wisconsin Protests; Did Roger Stone Receive Special Treatment?; Mandatory Quarantine For Some Travelers?. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• Appeals Court Orders Judge to Dismiss Flynn Case; Florida Breaks Daily Record, Adding 5,500+ New Coronavirus Cases; New Poll Shows Trump Trailing Biden by Double Digits; Last Night's Primaries Send Message to Trump & Pelosi. Aired 11-11:30a ET
• Top WH Task Force Experts Have Not Spoken To Trump In Weeks; Baseball To Start 60-Game Season In Late July; Senate Dems Block Debate On GOP Police Reform Bill. Aired 12:30-1p ET
• Interview with Sen. Ben Cardin (D-MD); Interview with FDNY EMS Lieutenant Anthony Almojera; FBI Concludes Bubba Wallace Not Hate Crime Target. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• Texas Governor Says Safest Place is at Home; Miami Newspaper Reports Younger People Getting Sick; 26 States Report Increases in Coronavirus Cases; Prosecutors Accuse Barr, DOJ of Politicizing Investigations; Senate Democrats to Block GOP Police Reform Bill; Jon Stewart: Building Black Equity is Our Generation's Challenge. Aired 9- 9:30a ET
• NY Governor Cuomo Gives Update on Coronavirus Response; New Jersey & Connecticut Governors Join Cuomo Press Conference on COVID-19 Travel Advisory; Dr. Saju Matthew Discusses NY, NJ, CT Travel Advisory from Specific States; Grim Economic Forecast from IMF. Aired 11:30a- 12p ET
• Statues Toppled, State Senator Assaulted in Wisconsin Protests; Colorado Woman Tests Positive for COVID-19 Twice; Three Defendant in Ahmaud Arbery Case Indicted on Murder Charges; Trump Holds Joint News Conference with President of Poland. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• New York, New Jersey, Connecticut Announce 14-Day Quarantine for Some Travelers; Palm Beach County Makes Masks Mandatory; California Reports Highest Single-Day New Coronavirus Cases. Aired 2- 2:30p ET
• Ex-Stone Prosecutor: Roger Stone Got Favorable Treatment Because Of Relationship With Trump; Florid Breaks Daily Record, Adding 5,500-Plus New Coronavirus Cases; Coronavirus Infections Rising In 26 U.S. States; Appeals Court Orders Judge To Dismiss Flynn Case; Biden Builds Strong Lead In Key Voting Groups; Procedural Vote On GOP's Police Reform Bill. Aired 12-12:30p ET
• New York, New Jersey, Connecticut Announce 14-Day Quarantine For Hot Spot Visitors; Prosecutor Testifies On DOJ Handling Of Roger Stone Case; Doctors Warn Virus In U.S. Is Spiraling Out Of Control. Aired 1-1:30p ET
• Lies & Racism: Trump's Divisive Campaign Strategy Crystallizes; Interview With Former Senior Advisor To President Obama, Valerie Jarrett; Rep. Sylvia Garcia (D-TX) Discusses Fury Over Trump Pulling Federal Funds For Some Testing Sites, Trump Wanting To Reduce Testing To Decrease Case Numbers. Aired 1:30-2p ET
• Rapper Artist, Raz Simone, Discusses Seattle Mayor Calling On Protesters To Leave Autonomous Zone; Washington, D.C. & Wisconsin Call In National Guard To Protect Statues; High School Student Athlete Refuses To Wear Jersey Until School Name Is Changed; Trump's Administration Debunks His Claim The Obama Administration Left "No Ventilators". Aired 2:30-3p ET


June 23, 2020
• America In Crisis, Tensions High After Atlanta Police Charged In Fatal Shooting; President Trump Threatens Protesters With 10 Years In Prison; Fight Over Historical Monuments Expands Across United States; White Lives Matter Banner Flies Over U.K. Stadium; NASCAR Drivers, Crew Show Support For Bubba Wallace; NASCAR Investigating Noose Found In Restricted Area; World Reacts To CNN Poll Showing U.K. Racial Divide; President Trump Extends Limits On Some U.S. Work Visas; Trump Moves To Calm Worries Over China Trade Deal; IMF, 2020 Recessions Will Be Deeper; Saudis Dodge Missile Attacks From Yemen; Coronavirus Pandemic, Outbreak In Germany Centers Around Meatpacking Plant; Saudis Say Hajj To Begin With Limited Numbers; President Trump Don't Mind Health Officials Warning; Brazil Opens Up Economy Amid Rising Cases; South Korea Now Facing a Second Wave; India's Easing of Restrictions Went Wrong. Aired 3-4a ET
• Experts Warn Florida Could Be Next U.S. Epicenter; COVID-19 Cases Up in 23 U.S. States as Death Toll Tops 120,000; Eight Trump Staffers Test Positive After Tulsa Rally; White House Defends Trump's Use of Racist Term for Virus; Trump, White House Waffle on Testing Slowdown; Mexicans Say Reopening Economy is Risky but Necessary; South Korea Says Second Wave of Outbreak Underway; England to See Further Easing of Lockdown. Aired 4-4:30a ET
• Trump Travels To Arizona For Events As State Sees Rise In Cases; Trump To Visit Border Wall Segment, Speak To Students In Phoenix. Aired 10-10:30a ET
• Alarming Rise in New Coronavirus Cases Across The U.S.; Trump Administration In Denial As Pandemic Spreads; Coronavirus Outbreak in Latin America Now Rivals Europe's; NASCAR Shows Support For Bubba Wallace; India Records 100,000 New Cases in 8 Days; Virus Outbreak in Germany Centers Around Meatpacking Plant; Global Artists Come Together for 'I'm Standing with You'; Trump Criticized for Racist Term, Comments on Testing; Kentucky to Hold Primary Tuesday. Aired 12-1a ET
• Trump Threatens Protesters with 10 Years in Prison; Rayshard Brooks Honored at Historic Church; NASCAR Drivers, Crew Show Support for Bubba Wallace; U.K. Prime Minister Office Asked About CNN Race Polling; Saudis Say Hajj to Begin with Limited Numbers; Tributes Paid to Victims in U.K. Terror Incident; Lockdown Breathes New Life Into Day Trading. Aired 4:30-5a ET
• Coronavirus Cases Worldwide Top Nine Million; Experts Sound The Alarm As Coronavirus Cases Rise In 23 States; Brazil And Mexico COVID- 19 Death Tolls; Germany And South Korea Experience Outbreaks; History Acknowledged Or History Erased: The Monument Wars In The U.S.; British Government Warns Of Lone Wolf Terrorist Attacks; Trump Criticized for Comments about Fewer COVID-19 Tests; Stocks Recover after Navarro's China Comments; NASCAR Supports Bubba Wallace in Pre- Race Show of Force. Global Artists Come Together for "I'm Standing with You". Aired 1-2a ET
• South Korea Says Second Wave of COVID-19 is Underway; Coronavirus Cases Spike around the World; Coronavirus Outbreak in Latin America Now Rivals Europe's; Trump Extends Limits On Some Work Visas Through 2020; EPL and Burnley Football Club Condemns "White Lives Matter" Banner; India Records 100,000+ New Cases In Eight Days; President To Address "Students For Trump" Rally In Arizona; Outbreak In Germany Centers Around Meatpacking Plant. Aired 2-3a ET
• Soon, Congressional Hearing with Top Health Officials; Health Experts Warn Florida Could Become Next Epicenter; 25 States Report Rising Coronavirus Cases; Harris County Judge Lina Hidalgo Discusses the Surge in Coronavirus Cases in Texas, Experts' Warnings on Houston/Harris County; Trump Threatens Force Against Citizens, Vows to Protect Statues; Trump Says He Wasn't Kidding When He Told Officials to Slow Coronavirus Testing, Contact Tracing; 4 Top Trump Administration Health Officials Testify in House Hearing on Coronavirus Response. Aired 11-11:30a ET
• Friends and Family Honor Rayshard Brooks; Dr. Fauci Warns of Coronavirus Surge. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• Feds Investigating Noose in Nascar Garage; Former Nascar Driver Speaks of Changes; Stock Rise after China Clarification; Tennis Star Tests Positive for Covid-19; Reshaping Kentucky's Senate Primary. Aired 9:30-10a
• Fauci: Seeing A "Disturbing Surge" In Infections In Parts Of Nation. Aired 12:30-1p ET
• NASCAR Support for Bubba Wallace Heartens Crews; U.C. San Diego Prepares to Test All Students; Interview with NBA All-Star David Robinson. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• States Seeing Rise in Cases as Restrictions are Lifted; Anthony Fauci, CDC Director to Testify at House Oversight Hearing on Coronavirus Response; Trump Admin Racing to Replenish Stockpile Amid Second Wave Fears. President Trump Set to Travel to Arizona for Next Campaign Rally After Tulsa; Bubba Wallace Gets Huge Show of Support from NASCAR Drivers; Dow Set to Rise After Navarro Clarifies China's Trade Deal Remarks. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• 4 Top Trump Administration Health Officials Testify in House Hearing on Coronavirus Response. Aired 11:30a-12p ET
• Ex-Mueller Deputy Says, Highest Levels of Justice Department Pressured Acting U.S. Attorney to Ease Up on Roger Stone Sentence; Tennis Star on Controversial Tennis Event He Organized, We Were Wrong and It Was Too Soon; MLB Players Have Until 5 P.M. to Agree to Terms Of 60 Game Season; Arizona Chef Goes Back to Takeout Over Health Concerns; Twitter Puts Warning on Trump Tweet. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• Anthony Fauci Defends Early Mask Policy; Confusion Mounts over President Trump's Stated Testing Slowdown; Trump to Issue Jail Time Executive Order Punishing Statue Toppling. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• Top-Ranked Tennis Star Novak Djokovic & Wife Test Positive; Funeral Service for Rayshard Brooks, Killed By Atlanta Police; Pennsylvania Supreme Courts Allows Bill Cosby to Appeal 2 issues in Sexual Assault Convictions; Bolton: "Maybe" a Mistake I Didn't Confront Trump about his Conduct. Aired 1:30-2p ET
• Nation's Top Health Experts Testify On Coronavirus Pandemic; Dr. Anthony Fauci: Next Two Weeks "Critical" As Number Of Cases Surge; Dr. Anthony Fauci: Yes, Institutional Racism Factors Into Higher Rate Of Serious Complications And Death Among Minorities; Dr. Anthony Fauci: Seeing A Disturbing Surge In Infections In Parts Of Nation; Dr. Anthony Fauci: Going To Be Doing More Testing, Not Less. Aired 12- 12:30p ET
• Nation's Top Health Experts Testify On Coronavirus Pandemic; Trump In Arizona Today As State Sets New Record For Coronavirus Cases, Deaths. Aired 1-1:30p ET
• California Sees Another Daily Record With 5,000 New Cases; Minneapolis Police Union Chief: We Are Becoming Scapegoats; Seattle Mayor: Time For Protesters To Leave Autonomous Zone; E.U. Could Bar Americans From Entering Member Countries Due To High Virus Cases In U.S. Aired 2:30-3p ET


June 22, 2020
• Trump to Hold Events in Arizona Despite COVID-19 Outbreak; White House Prepares for 2nd Wave Though First Not Over; Beijing Increases Screening Capacity to Almost a Million Daily; Poll Reveals Racial Divide in U.K.; Nurse Only One Fighting COVID-19 in Peruvian Village; NASCAR Back on Track for First Time Since Confederate Flag Ban. Aired 12-1a ET
• Division Among Races in the U.K. is Extraordinary; Systemic Racism Palpable Around the Globe; Stock Markets Fears Second Wave of Coronavirus; Attendees Count Did Not Please President Trump; John Bolton's Book Finally Released; WHO Reports Record High COVID infections; China's Overall Coronavirus Cases Drops. Aired 3-4a ET
• CNN Polling Uncovers Major Racial Divisions In U.K.; Libyan National Arrested For Terror Incident In U.K.; Beijing's Outbreak Complicates China's Economic Recovery; Trump's Low Turnout Rally Being Defended by Supporters; White House Calls it Tongue in Cheek on Slowing Down Testing; White House Preparing for Coronavirus Second Wave; Bolton's Tell-All to be Published on Tuesday; China Reveals Blueprint for Hong Kong's Security Law; A Latino Teen Killed by Police in Compton, California; Atlanta District Attorney Criticized on Rayshard Brooks' Case; Racism and Being Black in the United Kingdom. Aired 2-3a ET
• White House on Defense After Trump Rally Fizzles; Trump Rally Planned in Arizona Despite Rising COVID Cases; White House Defend Trump Comments About Slowing Down COVID Tests; Bolton's Explosive Book to Be Published Tuesday; NYPD Officer Suspended After Apparent Chokehold Incident; Libyan National Arrested for Terror Attack in U.K. Aired 4-4:30a ET
• Nearly Half Of U.S. States Reporting Rise In New Virus Cases; NASCAR Investigating Noose Found In Bubba Wallace's Garage; Bolton Says He Hopes Trump Is A One-Term President. Aired 10-10:30a ET
• Trump Faces Increasing Criticism Over Coronavirus Response; Campaign Rally In Tulsa Fails to Meet Attendance Predictions; Phoenix To Host Trump's Rally On Tuesday; US Experiences 15 Percent Nationwide Increase In Coronavirus Cases; Need for COVID Safety Measures To Be Endorsed By Top Government; Bolton Claims North Korean Threat Heightened Since Trump Took Office; Protesters in the U.S. Continue to Rally for Racial Justice; Author: Racism in U.K. has Deep Historical Roots; Virus Continues Global Spread, Threatens Economies; Latin America Struggles to Slow Spread of Virus. Aired 1-2a ET
• CNN Poll Reveal Race Divide in U.K.; Tennis Star Dimitrov Test Positive for COVID-19; Confronting Racism in the U.K. Aired 4:30-5a ET
• Florida Sees New Covid Cases; Bolton Hopes Trump's a One-Term President; Black-Owned Business Struggle in Pandemic; Gov. Andrew Cuomo (D-NY) is Interviewed about Opening the City. Aired 9:30-10a
• Details From John Bolton's Book Are Out; New York City Enters Phase Two Reopening; Interview with Sen. Sherrod Brown (D-OH). Aired 10:30-11a ET
• NASCAR Investigates Noose; Did President Trump Ask For Slowdown in Coronavirus Testing?. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• Justice Dept. Investigating Noose Found In Bubba Wallace's Garage; Trump: "Slow The Testing Down", Adviser Says He Was "Kidding"; Nearly 40% Of Black-Owned Businesses On Brink Of Closure. Aired 12:30- 1p ET
• Nearly Half of U.S. States Reporting Rise in New Coronavirus Cases; Florida Governor Now Backing Down Comments on Testing; NASCAR Investigating Noose Found in Bubba Wallace's Garage; Trump Fires Top Federal Prosecutor Who Investigated His Allies; Florida Sees Alarming Number of COVID-19 Cases. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• White House Stands By Kung Flu Nomenclature; Interview with Jazz Trombonist Ron Wilkins; NASCAR Stands With Driver Bubba Wallace After Noose Discovery. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• Now Public Viewing Underway for Rayshard Brooks; NYPD Suspends Officer for Using Chokehold on Black Man; Corporate America Responds to Calls for Racial Justice; Two More Trump Campaign Staffers Positive for COVID. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• Bolton: I hope Trump is 'One-Term President"; Florida Surpasses 100,000 total Coronavirus Cases; Trump: Testing "Makes Us Look Like We Have More Cases"; Trump Upset by Empty Seats at Tulsa Rally; U.S. Attorney Ousted after Initially Defying Barr; John Bolton: "I'm Talking Now Because Democrats Have "The Political Understanding" to Succeed on Impeachment; U.S. Coronavirus Death Toll Approaches 120,000 as Cases Rise Dr. Zeke Emanuel Says Trump Administration Did not Understand Scope of Coronavirus Challenge. Aired 11-11:30a ET
• Sen. John Barrasso (R-WY) Discusses Key Votes Expected On Police Reform, Allegations In Bolton Book, Mail-In Ballots; NASCAR Investigates Noose Found In Garage Of Bubba Wallace; Coronavirus Updates From Around The World; Mortgage Delinquencies Hit Highest Level Since 2011. Aired 11:30a-12p ET
• Mortgage Delinquencies Hit Highest Rate Since 2011; Ten States Record Seven-Day Average Of New Infections; Trump Aides Debate Size And Look Of Rallies After Tulsa Debacle; Official: CDC To Update Its Mask Recommendations "Soon"; Ford Restarts Full Production Today, Two Weeks Ahead Of Schedule. Aired 12-12:30p ET
• Nearly Half Of U.S. States Are Reporting A Rise In Cases; NASCAR Investigating Noose Found In Black Driver's Garage; Trump Fires Powerful Prosecutor Investigating His Inner Circle. Aired 1-1:30p ET
• Despite Denials, Trump Seething Over Rally Turnout; Interview With Tim Murtaugh, Trump 2020 Campaign Communications Director; NBA Testing New Coronavirus Test, A Ring Called The Aura; D.L. Hughley Collapses On Stage & Diagnosed With Coronavirus; Sports League Seasons On Hold As More And More Players Test Positive. Aired 2:30-3p ET
• Interview With Sen. Mazie Hirono (D-HI); Tattoo Parlor Artist To Remove Racist, Gang Symbols For Free; NYPD Suspends Officer For "Disturbing" Chokehold On Black Man; White House Denies Trump Used Racial Slur After He Used Racial Slur On Coronavirus. Aired 1:30-2p ET


June 21, 2020
• Trump's Return to the Campaign Trail Goes from Bad to Worse; Trump Wanted Testing Slowed Down, Used Racist Term for Coronavirus; Six Trump Campaign Staffers Working on Tulsa Rally Test Positive for Coronavirus; Firing of Powerful New York Prosecutor Appears to Be Latest Move to Protect Trump; More Atlanta Police Calling Out Sick; Shooting in Seattle Protest Zone Leaves One Dead; U.N. Warns Aid Flights Could Be Grounded; Parisian Chefs Adapt to Welcome Diners. Aired 12-1a ET
• Trump's Return to the Campaign Trail Goes from Bad to Worse; Rally Attendees Address Coronavirus Risk; Spain Ending COVID-19 State of Emergency; Firing of Powerful New York Prosecutor Appears to Be Latest Move to Protect Trump; Police Killings Spur Debate about Police Reform; Deadly Park Stabbing Declared "Terrorist Incident" by U.K. Police; English Premier League Show Solidarity with Black Lives Matter Movement. Aired 2-3a ET
• Trump's Return To The Campaign Trail Goes From Bad To Worse; Six Trump Campaign Staffers Working On Tulsa Rally Test Positive For Coronavirus; More Atlanta Police Calling Out Sick; Anti-Racism Protests To Resume In London; Deadly Park Stabbing Declared "Terrorist Incident" By U.K. Police; Parisian Chefs Adapt To Welcome Diners. Aired 3-4a ET
• Trump Wanted Testing Slowed Down, Used Racist Term For Coronavirus; Trump's Return To The Campaign Trail Goes From Bad To Worse; Six Trump Campaign Staffers Working On Tulsa Rally Test Positive For Coronavirus; Spain Ending COVID-19 State Of Emergency; Anti-Racism Protests To Resume In London; Some U.K. Companies To Pay Reparations For Slavery; Trump Offered To Help Erdogan In Justice Department Probe. Aired 4-5a ET
• Trump's Return To The Campaign Trail Goes From Bad To Worse; Firing Of Powerful New York Prosecutor Appears To Be Latest Move To Protect Trump; Brazil Reports One-Million-Plus Infections; Spain Ending COVID-19 State Of Emergency; One Dead, 11 Injured In Minneapolis Shooting; More Atlanta Police Calling Out Sick; Deadly Park Stabbing Declared "Terrorist Incident" By U.K. Police. Aired 5-6a ET
• U.S. Deaths Near 120,000 As More States Report Higher Case Count; Democrats Call For Investigation Into Firing Of U.S. Attorney; Judge Denies Trump Administration's Attempt To Block Release Of Bolton's Book; Tulsa County Reports New Daily High For Coronavirus Cases One Day After Trump Campaign Rally; One Killed, 11 Wounded In Minneapolis Shooting; Police Say, U.K. Stabbing Spree Was An Act Of Terror. Aired 2-3p ET
• Trump Tells Crowd In Tulsa He Wants Testing To Slow Down; TikTok Users Take Credit For Empty Seats At Trump Rally In Tulsa; Trump Fires Top Federal Prosecutor In New York; Police Tactics Face Scrutiny As Demonstrators Demand Justice; New York City To Enter Phase Two Of Reopening Tomorrow; Navarro: Bolton Will Lose Book Profits And Risks Jail Time; Judge Denies Trump Admin's Attempt To Block Release Of Bolton's Book. Aired 4-5p ET
• U.S. Deaths Near 120,000 As More States Reporter Higher Case Count; Interview With Oklahoma State Representative Ajay Pittman (D); Democrats Call For Investigation Into The Firing Of U.S. Attorney. Aired 3-4p ET
• Trump Tulsa Campaign Did Not Meet Expectations; Phoenix, Arizona Is Trump's Next Campaign Stop; NASCAR Bans Confederate Flag; Bolton's Tell-All Book Might Risk Jail Time; Florida Woman Fights Against A Confederate Statue To Be Removed In Her Community. Aired 5- 6p ET
• Trump Campaign Points Fingers After Lackluster Rally Turnout; Trump Heading To Arizona Where Cases Have Nearly Doubled In Two Weeks; John Bolton Details Chaotic Tenure Working with Trump; Some Black Voters To Turn Out To Vote Against Trump In November 2020; Protesters In Los Angeles Against Police Brutality; Queens Diner's New Drive-In Becomes A Hot Ticket In New York City. Aired 6-7p ET
• Trump Rally Marks Controversial Return to Campaign Trail; Protesters Gathered Outside Trump Rally in Tulsa; Experts Worry Trump Rally could be a "Super Spreader" Event; Top U.S. Federal Prosecutor Says he is Stepping Down. Aired 1-2a ET


June 20, 2020
• Trump Campaign Moves Forward with Tulsa Rally Despite Health Concerns; Mayor Initiates Firing of Officer Tied to Breonna Taylor's Death. Aired 12-12:30a ET
• Trump Campaign Moves Forward with Tulsa Rally Despite Health Concerns; States Weigh Mandatory Mask Rules; COVID-19 Hotspots Emerge Across Africa; U.S. Attorney General Tries to Oust Powerful New York Attorney; COVID-19 Diverting Resources for Refugees. Aired 2-2:30a ET
• Trump Campaign Moves Forward with Tulsa Rally Despite Health Concerns; COVID-19 Hotspots Emerge Across Africa; U.S. Attorney General Tries to Oust Powerful New York Attorney; COVID-19 Diverting Resources for Refugees. Aired 3-3:30a ET
• Trump Campaign Moves Forward with Tulsa Rally Despite Health Concerns; States Weigh Mandatory Mask Rules; White House Defends Tweet of Fake Video Exploiting Toddlers; U.S. Attorney General Tries to Oust Powerful New York Attorney; Eight U.S. States See Highest Weekly Averages of New Coronavirus Cases; COVID-19 Diverting Resources for Refugees; Clemson Sports Hit Hard by Virus Infections. Aired 4-5a ET
• U.S. Attorney for Southern District of New York Denies He is Resigning after Attorney General Bill Barr Announced He was Stepping Down; President Trump Holding Campaign Rally in Tulsa, Oklahoma, Despite Concerns over Coronavirus Spread; Coronavirus Case Rise in Florida; Judge Denies Government Request for Injunction to Stop Publication of Former National Security Advisor John Bolton's Book about His Time at White House; School Resource Officer in Ohio Goes Door to Door to Congratulate Students on Graduating High School. Aired 10-11a ET
• President Trump Holding Campaign Rally in Tulsa, Oklahoma, Despite Concerns over Coronavirus Spread; Judge Denies Government Request for Injunction to Stop Publication of Former National Security Advisor John Bolton's Book about His Time at White House; U.S. Attorney for Southern District of New York Denies He is Resigning after Attorney General Bill Barr Announced He was Stepping Down; Members of Advance Team for Trump Campaign Rally in Tulsa, Oklahoma, Test Positive for Coronavirus. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• Judge Denies Trump Administration's Attempt To Block Release Of Bolton's Book; U.S. Attorney General Tries To Dust Powerful New York Attorney; Trump Campaign Rally To Be Held Amid Spike In New COVID-19 Cases; New Model: Florida on Track to Become Next COVID-19 Epicenter; Florida Food Banks Struggle To Meet Demand Amid Lag In Government Aid; Sports Shutdowns Amid Rise In Coronavirus Cases; Georgia Representative Calls For Independent D.A. In Rayshard Brooks Case; Demonstrators Gather In London's Iconic Hyde Park. Aired 11a-12p ET
• Trump Campaign Moves Forward With Tulsa Rally Despite Health Concerns; States Weigh Mandatory Mask Rules; Eight U.S. States See Highest Weekly Averages Of New Coronavirus Cases; Americans Commemorate Juneteenth; Some Atlanta Police Officers Fail To Report For Work; Most COVID-19 Cases Reported To WHO In A Single Day; COVID- 19 Diverting Resources For Refugees. Aired 5-6a ET
• Judge Denies Trump Admin's Attempt To Block Release Of Bolton's Book; U.S. Attorney Refuses To Step Down After Barr Tries To Push Him Out; Trump To Hold Tulsa Rally Despite Concerns It Could Be A Super- Spreader Event; Eight States See Highest Weekly Averages Of New Cases Per Day; Potential Housing Crisis As States Lift Eviction Freezes. Aired 12-1p ET
• Florida Sets Another Record With 4,000 New Confirmed COVID Cases; Judge Denies Trump Administration's Attempt To Block Release Of Bolton's Book; Berman Refuses To Resign And Vows To Just Do His Job; Florida Food Banks Struggle To Meet Demands Amid Lag In Government Aid; Dr. Craig Spencer Discusses Increased Virus Cases, Health Experts Encouraging States To Mandate Masks, Danger Of Trump Rally; Soon, Trump to Hold Rally in Tulsa as Virus Cases Spike in Tulsa County. Aired 1-2p ET
• Six Of President Trump's Campaign Staffers Test Positive For Coronavirus; Attorney General Barr Says Trump Fired A Top U.S. Attorney, Trump Denies Being Involved; Trump's Attempt To Block Bolton's Bombshell Book Denied. Aired 11p-12a ET
• Six Trump Campaign Staffers Working On Tulsa Rally Have Coronavirus; Interview With Rep. Ted Lieu (D-CA); Arrest Warrant Issued For Suspect In Atlanta Wendy's Arson; Standoff Between Barr & U.S. Attorney Ends With Trump Firing Berman. Aired 3-4p ET
• Six Trump Campaign Staffers Working On Tulsa Rally Have Coronavirus; Trump On Firing Of U.S. Attorney Berman: I'm Not Involved; Rodney Bryant, Atlanta Police Department Interim Chief, Holds A Press Conference. Aired 4-5p ET
• Federal Prosecutor Fired; Arrest Warrant Issued In Atlanta Wendy's Arson; Soon, Trump To Hold Tulsa Rally Amid Coronavirus & Racial Unrest; Trump Will Continue To Fight Against DACA Despite Supreme Court Ruling; Trump Campaign Rally Held Near Greenwood, Place Of Horrific African-American Massacre; Six Campaign Staffers Working on Trump Rally Have Coronavirus. Aired 5-6p ET
• Six Donald Trump Campaign Staffers Working In Tulsa Rally Test Positive For COVID-19; U.S. Attorney Leaving Office Immediately After Standoff With A.G. William Barr; Trump Campaign Cancels Address To "Overflow Crowd," As Overflow Crowd Fails To Materialize Outside Tulsa Rally. Aired 6-7p ET
• Trump Holds Rally In Tulsa, Oklahoma; Protesters Gather Outside Venue Of Trump's Tulsa Rally; Trump Attacks Biden During Campaign Rally; Attorney General Bill Barr Claims Trump Fired Top U.S. Attorney; Shooting In Seattle Autonomous Zone Leaves One Dead, One Injured. Aired 10-11p ET


June 19, 2020
• President Trump Claims Coronavirus is Dying Out; China's Capital Put on Soft Lockdown; Portugal's Aggressive COVID Response Saves Lives; Two Police Officers Charged Over Rayshard Brooks' Death; Coronavirus Pandemic; WHO 84 Percent Of Africa's Cases Are In Just Eight Countries; Italy's Venice Contemplates It's Future After Covid- 19; Dreamers Celebrate Supreme Court Ruling; U.S. Supreme Court Blocks President Trump From Ending DACA; U.S. 2020 Election, Facebook Takes Down Trump Ads That Had Nazi-Style Symbol; Twitter Labels Tweeted Trump Video Manipulated Media; China Charges Two Canadians With Spying; Hong Kong Dissident Seeks Asylum In The U.K.; Former Hong Kong Dissident Warns Of A Cold War With China; America's Choice 2020, Protests Motivate Black Voters To Mobilize In Wisconsin. Aired 3-4a ET
• Nearly Half of U.S. States See Increase in COVID-19 Cases; NY Governor Weighs Quarantine for Travelers from Some States; New Restrictions in China as Beijing COVID-19 Cluster Grows; Fired Atlanta Cop Turns Himself In, Faces Felony Murder; Trump's Conversations with China's Xi Revealed in New Book; Pompeo Calls Bolton a 'Traitor' for 'Lies' About Trump; U.S. Unemployment Claims Still High; Venice Imagines a Different Future in the COVID-19 Era. Aired 12-1a ET
• Rat of Infection Rising in Almost Half the U.S.; Trump Falsely Claims Virus is Dying Out; Face Masks Will Be Optional at Trump's Tulsa Rally; Court Appearance Expected Friday for Fired Officer; Trump's Tough Week, Supreme Court Losses, Bolton Book; Trump Claims He Made Juneteenth Very Famous. Aired 4-4:30a ET
• China Charges Canadian Citizens With Spying; Trump Claims Coronavirus "Dying Out," Rally To Go Ahead; Administration Fires Back At Bolton's Book Allegations; New Virus Clusters In China Set Back Claims Of Success; Nearly 8.5 Million global Cases, 453,000+ Deaths; Brazil Nears One Million Virus Cases; International Energy Agency: Now is the Time to Invest in Green Jobs; How Iceland Became a Model in the Fight Against COVID-19; Police Morale, Down in Racially Charged Environment; Protests Motivate Some Black Voters to Mobilize in Wisconsin. Aired 1-2a ET
• Florida And Texas Governors Blame Spike In Cases On Increased Testing; Ex-Atlanta Officer Waives First Appearance, Won't Be In Court Today; Trump Administration Will Resubmit Enhanced Plan To Eliminate DACA. Aired 10-10:30a ET
• Pompeo Calls Bolton a Traitor for Lies About Trump; Adam Schiff Blasts Bolton's Sheer Nerve; Book Shines A Spotlight on Trump- China Relationship; Twitter Labels Tweeted Trump Video Manipulated Media; Portugal Finding Success Using Steroid Treatment; Is American Football's Season in Jeopardy. Aired 4:30-5a ET
• Florida Governor Says Businesses to Stay Open Despite Rise in Coronavirus Cases; Texas Reports Record One-Day Spike in COVID-19 Cases; Hospitalizations Very High in Arizona; Interview with Ohio Governor Mike DeWine; Ex-Officer Charged With Murdering Brooks to Appear in Court Today; Oklahoma Sets Virus Record as Trump Gears Up for Rally. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• Oklahoma Set for Trump Rally; FaceBook and Twitter Take Action on Trump's Posts; States Lift Eviction Freezes; Spike in Covid Cases. Aired 9:30-10a ET
• Navy Upholds Firing of Captain Brett Crozier; Coronavirus Cases Rising in 23 States; U.S. Marks Juneteenth. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• Interview with Palm Beach County Mayor Dave Kerner; Jose Andres' Charity is Helping Restaurants Serve COVID-Vulnerable; Interview with Reverends on Tulsa Massacre. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• Trump Says Mail-In Voting Is Biggest Threat To His Re-Election; Twitter Labels Trump Video "Manipulated", Facebook Removes Ad; NBA Players Lend Voice To Call For Social Change. Aired 12:30-1p ET
• Juneteenth Rallies Happening Nationwide Amid Nation's Racial Unrest; 93-Year-Old Activist Calls for Juneteenth to Be a Federal Holiday; Oklahoma Supreme Court Rejects Bid to Stop Trump Rally; NCAA, SEC Threaten Mississippi over State Flag's Confederate Symbol. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• 8 States See Highest Average Yet of New Daily Cases; Florida Reporting nearly 4,000 New Coronavirus Cases; Arizona Reports Record Increase in Cases as Hospitalizations Rise; Tulsa Health Director Recommends Trump Rally be Postponed, Warns Attendees "Face Increased Risk" of COVID Infection; Trump Warns Potential Protesters Day Before Tulsa Rally; Facebook Takes Down Trump Campaign Ad Displaying Nazi Symbol; Top State Department Official Resigns over Trump's Response to Racial Injustice, Unrest. Aired 11-11:30a ET
• World Health Organization Reports Largest COVID-19 Single-Day Increase; Majority of Atlanta Police Officers Called Out From Work Today; Captain Brett Crozier to Be Permanently Fired. Aired 2-2:30p ET
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• Soon, Attorneys for Former Atlanta Police Officer in Court; Trump Administration & John Bolton's Lawyers Face Off in Court over Bolton's Book; Mick Mulvaney: President trump "Didn't Hire Very Well"; Howard University's John Carr Discusses the History of Juneteenth. Aired 11:30a-12p ET
• Coronavirus Infections Rise In 23 States; Marches Mark Juneteenth Amid Racial Reckoning; Mayor Initiate Firing of Officer Tied to Breonna Taylor's Death; Hotels, Bars & Bowling Alleys Are Among Florida's Top 5 Places With Biggest Increase Foot Traffic Since June; President Trump Says Mail-In Voting Is Biggest Treat To His Re- election. Aired 12-12:30p ET
• Juneteenth Rallies Nationwide Amid America's Racial Unrest; Mayor Initiates Firing of Officer Tied To Breonna Taylor's Death; AMC Reverses Course, Will Require Theatergoers To Wear Masks. Aired 1- 1:30p ET
• Tulsa Health Director Recommends Trump Rally be Postponed, Warns Attendees "Face Increased Risk" of COVID Infection; Juneteenth Rallies Nationwide Amid America's Social Unrest; Trump Flagged for Manipulated Video Involving Toddlers; Georgia GOP Speaker, Rep. David Ralston, (R-GA) and House Speaker, Discusses Pushing for Hate Crimes Law in Georgia & Mail-In Ballots. Aired 1:30-2p ET
• Navy Upholds Firing of Captain Crozier; Bolton Allegations Crystalize Trump's Respect for Dictators; Juneteenth Rallies Nationwide Amid America's Racial Unrest; Garland Pruitt, President, Tulsa NAACP, Discusses Trump Rally in Oklahoma Amid Pandemic and Amid Social Unrest; Federal Judge Hears Arguments to Block John Bolton's Book. Aired 2:30-3p ET


June 18, 2020
• Police Officers Ended Their Career Over Rayshard Brooks Death; John Bolton Shares to Media Excerpts from His Controversial Book; Land Disputes Killed Indian Troops; Trump Campaign Says Rally Must Go on No Matter What; America In Crisis, Floyd's Brother To United Nations, Help Us Get Justice; Aunt Jemima Out And Uncle Ben's To Rebrand; Weekly U.S. Jobless Report Due In Coming Hours; U.S. Unemployment Claims Surge During Pandemic; How Companies Are Responding To Racial Tensions; Coronavirus Pandemic; Coronavirus Outbreak At German Slaughterhouse Forces Local Closures; English Premiere League Back In Action; Spanish Island Test Tourism Reopening Plan; Teams Pay Tribute To Black Lives Matter Movement; Family Walks 550 Kilometers To Escape Virus In Lima. Aired 3-4a ET
• Justice Moves Decisively Against Officers Accused Of Brooks' Death; Beijing COVID Response Ramps Up As Spread Expected In Outlying Provinces; COVID Cases Accelerate In Mexico City and Brazil; Bolton's Book Presents Damaging Portrait of Trump; Ten U.S. States Hit Case Records as Mask Debate Heats Up; U.S. Jobless Claims Due Thursday; China, India Agree to Cool Down after Deadly Border Clash; Family Walks 300+ Miles to Escape Crisis in Lima, Peru. Aired 1-2a ET
• Fired Atlanta Police Officer Who Killed Rayshard Brooks Facing 11 Charges, Including Felony Murder; China Reports 24 New Locally Transmitted Cases; New Bolton Book Loaded With Bombshells Against Trump; 10 U.S. States Hit Case Records as Mask Debate Heats Up; Premier League Teams Show Support for Black Lives Matter as Games Resume; China, India Agree to 'Cool Down' after Deadly Border Clash; JD.com's Sales Viewed as Barometer of Chinese Economy. Aired 12-1a ET
• Fired Atlanta Officer Faces Felony Murder, Other Charges; Bolton Book Says Trump Asked Xi to Help Him Get Reelected; Trump Accuses Bolton of Breaking the Law; Trump Campaign Says Supporters Attend Rally at Own Risk; Virus Rates Surging in Oklahoma as Trump Rally Nears. Aired 4-4:30a ET
• Police Taking Action Amid Calls to Defund and Disband; Rayshard Brooks in His Own Words; Masks Debate Heats Up as Covid-19 Spikes in Many U.S. States; Americans Divided on Social Distancing, Wearing Masks; Emmanuel Macron, Boris Johnson to Honor French Resistance Fighters. Aired 4:30-5a ET
• Patchwork Response Across Latin America As Cases Surge; Weekly U.S. Jobless Claims Data Due Thursday; China, India Agree To Cool Down After Deadly Border Clash. Aired 2-3a ET
• Bolton's Stunning Revelations; Anti-Science Bias a Problem in America; Corporate Leaders Tackle Racial Injustice; Iceland Reopens to Visitors. Aired 9:30-10a ET
• Supreme Court Rules 5-4 to Keep DACA; Justice Clarence Thomas Pens Scathing Dissent on DACA Ruling; Bolton Book Details Unflattering Portrait of Trump; Atlanta Officer Devon Brosnan Turns Himself In to Fulton County Jail. Aired 11-11:30a ET
• Breonna Taylor Investigation Continues; Atlanta Police Charged; President Trump Set to Hold Large Indoor Rally. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• Supreme Court Upholds DACA; DACA Recipients Celebrate but Know Issue Remains Unresolved; Unusually High Callouts From Atlanta Police Today. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• Coronavirus Cases Spiking In Nearly Two Dozen States; Supreme Court Rules Blocks Trump's Attempt To End DACA Program. Aired 10- 10:30a ET
• Florida Sets Record For Most Cases Reported In A Single Day; Biden Campaign Launches First Major Ad Buy; Rayshard Brooks Opens Up In Interview Months Before Killing. Aired 12:30-1p ET
• New Model Warns Florida Could Be Next Large Epicenter; A Million and a Half More Americans Filed for First-Time Jobless Claims Last Week; Justice Department Asks Judge to Block Bolton's Book. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• Kentucky A.G. Vows Transparency in Probe Of Breonna Taylor's Killing; Ex-Atlanta Cop Who Killed Rayshard Brooks Turns Himself in; Trump Rages as Conservative Supreme Court Judge Helps Defeat Effort to End DREAMer Program; Bolton Book Details Unflattering Portrait of Trump; Facebook Removes Trump Ads for Violating Policy Against Organized Hate with Symbol Similar to a Nazi One. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• Atlanta Officer Devon Brosnan Turns Himself In to Fulton County Jail; Florida Sets Record in Most Cases Reported in Single Day as Trump Says Virus "Fading"; Dr. Cyrus Shahpar Discusses Trump in Denial about COVID, Saying Virus is "Dying Out"; Fauci Laments "Anti-Science Bias" Where Authority Is Not Believed; Don Lewis, Former Federal Prosecutor, Discusses Challenges of Prosecuting Officers Charged in Rayshard Brooks Killing. Aired 11:30a-12p ET
• Trump's Statements Politicize Masks; Gun Sales Up at Florida Shop Without Masks; Supreme Court Upholds DACA. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• President Donald Trump Says Coronavirus Cases Dying Out As Infections Rise In 23 States; Supreme Court Rules, 5-4, To Keep DACA; Atlanta Officer Devin Brosnan Turns Himself In; John Bolton's Book Offers Scathing Rebuke Of President Donald Trump; John Bolton's Book Details Unflattering Portrait Of Donald Trump. Aired 12-12:30p ET
• One of Officers Charged in Brooks Killing Turns Himself In; Facebook Removes Trump Ads for Violating Policy Against "Organized Hate" with Symbol Similar to Nazi One; Bolton Book Details Unflattering Portrait of Trump; Abby Broyles (D-OK), Senate Candidate, Discusses Trump Rally in Tulsa, Trump Saying Virus is "Dying Out". Aired 1:30-2p ET
• Trump Claims He Made Juneteenth Famous, "Nobody Had Ever Heard of It"; ESPN Host, Elle Duncan, Discusses Fauci Warning Possibly No NFL Season Due to Virus, WNBA's Renee Montgomery Fighting for Social Justice, Moore's Own Experience with Discrimination; Guy Snodgrass, Former Chief Speechwriter to Secretary James Mattis & Author, Discusses John Bolton's New Book Bashing Trump. Aired 2:30-3p ET
• Trump In Turmoil, Virus, Protests, Court Losses, Aide Rebukes; Supreme Court Blocks Trump From Ending DREAMER Program. Aired 1-1:30p ET


June 17, 2020
• New Signs of Hope for COVID Patients; Beijing Imposed Soft Lockdown; Football Fans Itching to Watch EPL; President Trump Signs Executive Order on Policing; Indian Army, At Least 20 Indian Troops Killed In Violent Face-Off With China; Violent Face-Off Took Place In Disputed Border; South Korea Will Not Endure North Korean Threats; North Korea Blows Up Inter-Korean Liaison Office; Kim Jong-Un's Sister Kim Yo-Jong Emerges As Powerful Figure; African Country Courts Back Black Americans; Ghana Courts African-Americans To Come Home; United States Set To Impose New Sanctions On Syria; Russian President Vladimir Putin Steps Up Virus Protection; Disinfection Tunnel Installed At Putin's Residence; Coronavirus Pandemic, Brazil Reports Nearly 35,000 New Cases In Daily Record High; Brazil Criticizes U.S. FDA's Hydroxychloroquine Decision. Aired 3-4a ET
• Trump Defends Police While Ordering Modest Reforms; U.S. Vice President Calls Coronavirus Case Spike Concerns Overblown; At Lease 18 States See Rise in COVID-19 Cases; U.K. Study Shows Steroid Dexamethasone Can Cut COVID-19 Deaths; Covid-19 Modeler Expects a Second Wave by the End of August. Aired 4-4:30a ET
• Common Steroid May Cut COVID-19 Deaths; U.S. Vice President Claims No Second Wave; North Korea Blows Up Inter-Korean Liaison Office; Trump's Order Bans Chokeholds, But With Exceptions; Ghana Courts African-Americans to Come 'Home'; 20 Indian Troops Dead in Clash with China; Brazil Increasing Hydroxychloroquine Use for COVID- 19; U.K. Extends Free School Meal Program Through Summer; NASA Astronauts Look Ahead to Historic Ocean Landing. Aired 12-1a ET
• Senate Republicans Unveil Police Reform Plan; Decision On Charges In Brooks' Shooting Death As Soon As Today. Aired 10-10:30a ET
• South Korea Will Not Endure North Korean Threats; Stuck Seafarers Unable to Leave Ships After Contracts End; Trump Administration Sues Bolton Over Book; Sports Play Pivotal Role in Racial and Social Justice; U.S. Attorney Says Suspect in Officers' Killings Tied to Boogaloo Movement; Inside Seattle's So-Called Autonomous Zone; Millions of Americans Unable to Afford Food Amid Outbreak. Aired 4:30-5a ET
• Potential Breakthrough For Coronavirus ICU Patients; Beijing's Race To Stop Coronavirus Spread; Oklahoma's Daily Coronavirus Infections Reach Daily High; North Korea Escalates Tensions With The South; England's Premier League Kicks Off First Game In Three Months; Trump Campaign To Be Sued For Tulsa Rally; Trump Defends Police While Ordering Modest Reforms; Ghana Courts African Americans to Come Home; Travel Standstill Hits Hilton; Suntory CEO: Japan Could Lose 20 percent of its Restaurants. Aired 1-2a ET
• Senate GOP to Unveil Police Reform Plan; Charges in Rayshard Brooks' Shooting Death Expected as Soon as Today; Florida Records Highest Number of New Cases in a Single Day; Oklahoma's New Coronavirus Cases Surge Ahead of Trump Rally. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• Decision On Charges Revealed In Rayshard Brooks Killing; Playing Pretend, Trump, Pence Misleading On Virus Severity; Aunt Jemima Brand, Acknowledging Racist Past, Removing Image. Aired 1-1:30p ET
• John Bolton's Explosive Claims; Decision on Charges in Rayshard Brooks Death. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• Beijing Cancels Flights; Senate Republicans Press Conference on Police Reform. Aired 9:30-10a ET
• Biden Campaigns Today On How To Reopen Safely Amid Pandemic; CDC Data Show Minorities Make Up Majority Of Coronavirus Cases; Florida Reports 2,600 New Coronavirus Cases. Aired 12:30-1p ET
• Trump Defends Police While Ordering Modest Reforms; English Premier League Back In Action With Two Matches; Fed Chair: Minority Communities Hardest Hit In Recession; Soft Lockdown Imposed in Beijing over New Infections. Aired 2-3a ET
• Twenty-one States Report Coronavirus Increases; Interview with Gov. Ned Lamont (D-CT); Mexico and the United States Disagree Over Tourism During COVID-19. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• Decision on Charges in Rayshard Brooks Killing; Felony Murder Among 11 Charges Files Against Ex-Atlanta Cop Who Killed Rayshard Brooks. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• Senate Republicans Unveil Police Reform Proposal; Pence Misleads Americans as Some States Set Virus Records. Aired 11-11:30a ET
• Rayshard Brooks Charges Expected Soon; COVID-19 Cases Rise as Montgomery, Alabama Rejects Mask Mandate; House and Senate Debate Chokeholds in Police Reform Bills. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• Possible Charges Soon Against Fired Officer In Brooks Killing; City Council Member, Joyce Sheperd (D), Atlanta, Discusses Possible Charges Against Fired Officer In Brooks Killing & Police Reform; Dr. Julia Strange Discusses Arizona Setting Record For Most New Cases In Single Day; Quaker Oats To Retire "Aunt Jemima" Brand; Attorney General Gurbir Grewal (D-NJ) Discusses Launching New Efforts On Transparency In Police Misconduct. Aired 11:30a-12p ET
• Pence Says More Cases May Be Due To More Testing But Health Officials Say Some States See Fewer Cases With More Testing; Florida Reports 2,600 New Coronavirus Cases; Republicans Unveil Police Reform Proposal; Possible Charges Soon Against Fired Officer In Brooks' Killing; U.S. Ambassador Warns Against Travel To Mexico. Aired 12- 12:30p ET
• Senate & House Clash Over Police Reform Amid U.S. Unrest; Interview With House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-CA); Official: Trump Administration "In Denial," Ignoring Containment Efforts As Coronavirus Cases Spike In 21 States. Aired 1:30-2p ET
• Author, Matthew Horace, Discusses The Senate & House Clash Over Police Reform Amid Unrest; Joe Biden Blasts Trump, Pence In Speech In Philadelphia; Passenger Aboard American Airlines Flight Forced To Deplane After Refusing To Wear Mask; Possible Charges Soon Against Fired Officer In Brooks Killing. Aired 2:30-3p ET


June 16, 2020
• How to Talk to Children about Race Issues; At Least 18 States Report Rise in Infections; West Point Appearance Raises Health Questions about Trump; English Premier League to Return Wednesday; 21st Day Of Protests All Across America; Fulton County District Attorney Weighing Charges; Protesters Call for Police Reform; Increase in Police Officers Resigning; Beijing Sees Fresh Cluster of Novel Coronavirus Cases; Talking to Children about Race. Aired 12-1a ET
• Endless Black Deaths Provokes Outrage in the Streets; President Trump Looking at Police Reform; California Police Investigates an Allege Dual Suicide; Beijing Imposed Lockdown; WHO Raises Alarm Bells Over Rapid COVID Increase; North Korea Blew Up Kaesong Liaison Office; North Korean Military Says It Plans To Remilitarize Border; Explosion In Inter-Korean Liaison Office In North Korea; New App Provides Information For Travelers In Europe; Coronavirus Pandemic; Easyjet Resumes Flight For First Time Since March 30; Portugal Marketing Itself As A Safe Option For Tourists; Covid-19 Contributing To Rise Of Other Diseases; Latin America Faces Increasing Number Of Covid-19 Cases; Mexico's Confirmed Cases Surpass 150,000; Chile Extends State Of Emergency For Another 90 Days; Peruvian Archbishop Honors Covid-19 Victims With Mass; Measles, Polio Could Surge AS Covid-19 Takes Precedence; Covid-19 Impacting Vaccines For Preventable Diseases; English Premiere League Set To Return; WNBA To Begin Shortened 2020 Season In Late July. Aired 3-4a ET
• Decision On Charges In Brooks' Killing Could Come By Tomorrow; Trump To Sign Executive Order On Police Reform Today. Aired 10-10:30a ET
• Atlanta Mayor Demands Immediate Reform Of Police Department; Beijing Calls New Outbreak Severe And Uncertain; Trump Due To Sign Executive Order On Policing; Police Officers Quit In Flashpoint Cities; Supreme Court Rules In Favor Of LGBTQ Rights In Workplace; US And Russia Relations Under Pressure; A View On How To Talk To Kids About Racism; Model Projects 200,000 plus U.S. Deaths by October; U.S. Surgeon General Urges Americans to Wear Masks; EasyJet Resumes Flights for First Time since March 30; English Premier League to Return Wednesday. Aired 1-2a ET
• Seoul Reports North Korea Blew Up Kaesong Liaison Office; Prosecutor Ways Charges Four Officers and Rayshard Brooks Case; Trump to Sign an Executive Order on Policing in the Coming Hours; Third Day of Protests Over Killing of Rayshard Brooks; Dispatcher Was Concerned over Use of Force and Floyd's Death; Protesters Call for Reforms Following Police Violence; U.S. Airlines Could Ban Passengers If They Don't Wear Masks; At Least 18 U.S. States Report Rise in Coronavirus Infections; China Says New Cluster Has Spread beyond Beijing Market. Aired 4-4:30a ET
• Trump To Hold Rally In Tulsa Despite growing Outbreak; Portugal Marketing Itself As A Safe Option For Tourist; N. Korea Ready To Retaliate Over Propaganda Leaflets; Protesters Call for Police Reform; Increase in Police Officers Resigning; Trump to Push through Rally in Tulsa; Bolsonaro tells Brazilians to Inspect Hospitals Themselves; COVID-19 Cases Increasing in 18 U.S. States. Aired 2-3a ET
• Seoul Reports North Korea Blew Up Kaesong Liaison Office; FBI, DOJ Reviewing Deaths of Two Black Men in California; Trump to Hold Rally in Tulsa Amid Racial Tensions; Goodell Encourages NFL Teams to Sign Kaepernick; U.S. Supreme Court Says Law Protects LGBTQ Workers; Trump's West Point Appearance Raises Health Questions. Aired 4:30-5a ET
• Key Model Projections for Coronavirus; MLB May not have 2020 Season; Ursula Burns on Protests and Reform; North Korea Blows up Office. Aired 9:30-10a ET
• Pressure Grows for Police Reform Amid Nationwide Protests; President Trump Expected to Sign Executive Order on Police Reform Today; NYPD Reassign 600 Plain Clothes Anti-Crime Officers. Aired 9- 9:30a ET
• Vice President Pence Pushing Misleading Coronavirus Claim?; Rayshard Brooks Shooting Investigation Continues; President Trump Defends Police, Issues Executive Order. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• Pence Won't Say If He Thinks It's Harder for Black Americans to Make It in U.S.; Soon, Trump to Sign Police Reform Executive Order; New Details on Officers Involved in Rayshard Brooks Shooting; Capt. Sonia Pruitt, National Black Police Association Chair, Discusses Officer-Involved Shooting of Rayshard Brooks, Police Reform, Trump's Executive Order on Police Reform; 18 States Report Increases in New Coronavirus Cases; Trump & Pence Say Spike in Virus Cases Due to More Testing; Fauci Says He Hasn't Spoken to Trump in Two Weeks. Aired 11- 11:30a ET
• President Trump Signs Executive Order For Police Reform. Aired 12:30-1p ET
• Generic Steroid May Improve Severe COVID-19 Recovery; President Trump Prepares to Hold Rally in Tulsa; China Aggressively Responds to New COVID-19 Cases. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• Trump and Top Officials Seen Without Masks at Rose Garden Event; United Airlines Requiring Masks for Passengers; Musician Leads "We Are" Protest March; NBA Players Divided on Restarting Season. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• Retail Sales Surge 17.7% in May as Shoppers Return to Stores; Federal Reserve Chair: No Place for Racism in Our Society or Economy; CA Attorney General, Xavier Becerra, Discusses His Push for Police Reform Plans, Trump's Executive Order on Police Reform, Black Men Found Hanged in CA Cities; Trump Faces Multiple Crises Ahead of 2020 Election. Aired 11:30a-12p ET
• Trump Issues Police Reform Executive Order; Interview with Burke County, Georgia Sheriff Alfonzo Williams; Interview with Sports Agent Drew Rosenhaus. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• President Trump Announces His Executive Order On Policing Reforms; Republican Senators Outline Police Reforms Package; President Donald Trump: "Strongly Oppose" Defunding Or Dismantling Police Departments. Aired 12-12:30p ET
• Trump Unveils Executive Order On Policing Amid U.S. Unrest; Key Model Projects Over 200,000 Americans Will Die By October; Vigilante Militia Suspected Of Instigating Violence At Protest. Aired 1-1:30p ET
• Vigilante Group Suspected Of Instigating Violence At Protest; More U.S. Police Officers Resigning Over Lack Of Support, Morale; Rapper, Jeezy, Discusses Police Killings Of Rayshard Brooks, George Floyd & Top Economic Adviser Larry Kudlow Saying Systemic Racism Doesn't Exist, Blaming Obama. Aired 1:30-2p ET
• Key Model Projects Over 200,000 Americans Will Die By October; Dr. Craig Spencer Discusses Pence Refusing To Wear Mask During Diner Visit & Mask Use Needed; Black Cop Fired In 2006 After Stopping White Colleague's Chokehold. Aired 2:30-3p ET


June 15, 2020
• African-American Man Killed for Sleeping in a Drive-through; Protesters Hold Abandoned Precinct; Eleven Neighborhoods Locked Down in Beijing, China; U.S. COVID Crisis Far from Over; Minneapolis, Minnesota is Considering How to Reform or Transform its Police Department; Arrests After Violent Weekend Clashes in London; Philippine Journalist Maria Ressa was Convicted of Cyber Libel; The White House Faces Pandemic and Growing Protest Movement; U.S. Futures Down Sharply Over COVID-19 Concerns; White House Considers $2 Trillion Stimulus Plan; Some E.U. Travel Restrictions Lifting. Aired 3-4a ET
• Moments Leading Up to Police Shooting Captured on Video; Philippine Journalist Maria Ressa Convicted of 'Cyber Libel'; Beijing District in 'Wartime Emergency' After New COVID-19 Cluster; French President Discusses Easing COVID-19 Restrictions, Racism; Racing Star Di Grassi Helping COVID-19 Victims in Native Brazil. Aired 12-1a ET
• 20th Day of Nationwide Protests Against Racial Injustice; Moments Leading Up to Police Shooting Captured on Video; District Attorney Criticizes Police Shooting of Brooks; Autopsy Shows Rayshard Brooks Shot Twice in Back; Beijing Neighborhood on Lockdown as New Cases Emerge; New Cases Linked to Xinfadi Market, the Largest in Beijing; New York Tames COVID-19, While Some States See Spikes; Some EU Nations Reopening Borders Monday. Aired 4-4:30a ET
• Fauci Cautions Life May Not Return To Normal Until Next Year; Face Masks Work: New Study Shows Their Effectiveness; Outbreak In Beijing Food Market Causes Swift Corrective Measures; France Reopens Restaurants And Cafes, Macron Advises Vigilance; New Video Captures Deadly Officer-Involved Shooting; Philippine Journalist Maria Ressa Convicted of "Cyber Libel"; White House Considers $2 Trillion Stimulus Plan; Trump Administration Plans to Cut U.S. Troops in Germany. Aired 1-2a ET
• Demonstrators Marching In Atlanta For Criminal Justice Reform; Supreme Court Says, Federal Law Protects LGBTQ Workers; Trump Expected To Sign Executive Order On Policing Tomorrow. Aired 10-10:30a ET
• Congress Takes on Police Reform in Wake of Shootings; Trump Threatens to Take Action Amid Protests in Seattle; Seattle Protesters Set Up Autonomous Zone; 100+ Arrested After Violent Weekend Clashes in London; Russian Court Sentences Paul Whelan to 16 Years in Prison; Philippine Journalist Maria Ressa Convicted of Cyber Libel; U.S. Futures Down Sharply Over COVID-19 Concerns; Asian and European Markets Lower to Start the Week. Aired 4:30-5a ET
• Fresh Outrage Across the U.S. After Police Kill a Blackman in Atlanta; Police Killing of Rayshard Brooks Fuels Push for Reform; Athletes Become Activists Amid Protests Over Police Violence; New Video from Arrest and Shooting of Rayshard Brooks; Demonstrators Marching in Atlanta for Criminal Justice Reform; Interview with Fulton County DA Paul Howard about Rayshard Brooks Killing. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• Racial Injustice Protest in the United States Now on its 20th Day and the Death of Rayshard Brooks and Autopsy Results Ignites Fresh Protests; Picture of a White Activist Rescued by Black Lives Matter Demonstrator in London Goes Viral; Brazil's Daily Coronavirus Death Toll Highest in the World; Face Mask Effective Way to Prevent COVID Transmission; French President Macron Eases Restrictions in France and Acknowledges the Protest Against Racism. Aired 2-3a ET
• Coronavirus Cases Rising in 18 States; Russian Court Convicts U.S. Citizen Paul Whelan; Introduction to Seattle's Capitol Hill Autonomous Zone. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• Rise in Coronavirus Cases as Economy Reopens; Double Lung Transplant Covid-19 Patient; Demonstrators Marching in Atlanta; Trump Erases Health Protections for Transgender Patients. Aired 9:30-10a ET
• NYPD Policing Reforms; Unrest in Atlanta; NFL Players Test Positive For Coronavirus. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• NYPD Reassigning Hundreds of Plain Clothes Officers; NBA Players Divided on Restarting Season; Atlanta Mayor Holds News Conference. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• Interview with Atlanta Councilwomen Marci Collier Overstreet; NFL Dallas and Houston Teams Report New Coronavirus Cases; Interview with Hallandale Beach Vice Mayor Sabrina Javellana. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• 18 States See A Rise In New Coronavirus Cases; Aide: Trump Expected To Sign Policing Executive Order Tomorrow; Warren Allies Urge Biden To Pick Her As Running Mate. Aired 12:30-1p ET
• Supreme Court Rules Employees Can't Be Fired for Being Gay or Transgender; March in Georgia Following Police Shooting of Rayshard Brooks; Soon, Family of Rayshard Brooks to Speak; Felicia Moore, Atlanta City Council President, Discusses the Officer Shooting of Rayshard Moore and Police Reform; Trump Claims He's Done More for Black America Than Biden. Aired 11-11:30a ET
• Trump Claims He's Done More For Black America Than Biden; Trump's Unsteady Appearance At West Point Sparks Health Concerns; Family Of Rayshard Brooks Speaks. Aired 11:30a-12p ET
• Brooks Family Attorney: Cops Can't Be "Judge, Jury And Executioner"; Brooks Family: "How Many More Protests Will It Take?"; Supreme Court: Employers Can't Fire Workers For Being Gay, Transgender; Gorsuch, Roberts Side With Supreme Court's Liberal Justices; FDA Ends Emergency Use Of Drugs Trump Called "Game Changers". Aired 12-12:30p ET
• Rayshard Brooks' Family Delivers Emotional Plea For Change; Some Minneapolis Officers Resign, Citing Lack Of Support; Supreme Court Says, Workers Can't Be Fired For Being Gay, Transgender. Aired 1-1:30p ET
• NFL Players Test Positive For Coronavirus; Ben Carson Suggests Trump Will "Get There" On Kneeling During National Anthem; Trump Administration Under Fire For Refusing To Reveal Companies Receiving Coronavirus Relief Funds; Rep. Katie Porter (D-CA) Discusses Her Demand For Trump Administration To Reveal Companies Getting PPP Loans; Black Protester Carries Injured White Man To Safety In London. Aired 1:30-2p ET
• Gillian Branstetter, Spokesperson, National Women's Law Center, Discusses Supreme Court Decision Saying Workers Can't Be Fired For Being Gay, Transgender; Black Mom Pens Powerful Letter To Unborn Child; Trump's Unsteady Walk & Arm Lift Raise Health Questions. Aired 2:30-3p ET


June 14, 2020
• Protests Grow in Atlanta after Deadly Officer-Involved Shooting; Atlanta Police Chief Steps Down; Trump Addresses West Point; Atlanta Wendy's, Site of Brooks Shooting, Burns; Confederate Symbols Removed amid Protests for Racial Equality; How a U.S. City Disbanded Its Police Force and Started Over. Aired 12-1a ET
• Protests Grow in Atlanta after Deadly Officer-Involved Shooting; Atlanta Police Officer Fired after Killing Black Man; Atlanta Police Chief Steps Down; Confederate Symbols Removed amid Protests for Racial Equality; George Floyd's Death Sparks Change in the U.S. Aired 1-2a ET
• Protests Grow in Atlanta after Deadly Officer-Involved Shooting; New COVID-19 Cases Rising in 12+ States; Questions Surround Atlanta Police Actions before Fatal Shooting; Trump Addresses West Point; Rio de Janeiro Health Workers Hit Hard by Outbreak. Aired 2-3a ET
• Coronavirus In The U.S.; George Floyd Protests On Night 18 Amid Worldwide Pandemic; Defiant Trump Stokes Racial Division; JHU: Brazil Has World's Second Highest Death Toll; BLM Movement In Nigeria. Aired 3-3:30a ET
• Questions Surround Atlanta Police Actions Before Fatal Shooting; Trump Postpones Tulsa Rally; Rio de Janeiro Health Workers Hit Hard By Outbreak. Aired 4-5a ET
• Protests Grow In Atlanta After Deadly Officer-Involved Shooting; Far Right Groups Target Anti-Racism Demonstrations In London; What School Classes Will Look Like Post-Pandemic; New COVID-19 Cases Rising In 12-Plus States; How A U.S. City Disbanded Its Police Force And Started Over. Aired 5-6a ET
• Renewed Protest As Another Black Man Dies In The Hands Of Police In Atlanta; Atlanta Police Chief Resigns And Police Officer Involved In The Killing Fired; Nationwide Protests On Its 20th Day; Majority Of Americans Disapprove Trump's Message Of The Protest; Calls For Support For Black Trans Live. Aired 5-6p ET
• Deadly Police Shooting Sparks Fiery Protests In Atlanta; Trump Reschedules Tulsa Rally Out Of Respect For Juneteenth; Smithsonian Curators Look To Preserve Signs, Stories From Protests. Aired 3-4p ET
• Deadly Police Shooting Sparks Fiery Protests In Atlanta; George Floyd's Death Sparks Calls To Defund Police Departments; Rate Of New Coronavirus Cases Trending Up In Multiple States; Trump Administration Rolls Back Obama-Era Transgender Health Care Protections; Protesters Demand Answers After Black Man Found Hanging From Tree. Aired 2-3p ET
• Nationwide Protests Against Police Brutality Enter 20th Day; Protests Erupt In Atlanta Over Deadly Police Shooting; Thousands Rally In New York For Black Trans Lives; Source: Trump Convinced Stoking Culture Wars Is Good Strategy; Sen. Scott: Trump Rescheduled Rally After Being Educated About Juneteenth; Seven Minneapolis Officers Have Resigned Since George Floyd's Death. Aired 4-5p ET
• Protests Underway In Atlanta Over Deadly Police Shooting; Seattle Protesters Declare Autonomous Zone Free From Police; Trump Returns To White House As D.C. Protests Continue; Nationwide Protests Against Police Brutality Enter 20th Day; How Camden, New Jersey, Disbanded Its Police Force And Lowered Crime; Calls For End Of Hollywood's Glamorization Of Police Amid Protests. Aired 6-7p ET


June 13, 2020
• George Floyd Protests on Night 18 amid Worldwide Pandemic; Defiant Trump Stokes Racial Division; Coronavirus in the U.S.; Cuba Announces Gradual Easing of COVID-19 Restrictions; American Soccer Star: Trump's Not Right. Aired 12-12:30a ET
• George Floyd Protests on Night 18 amid Worldwide Pandemic; Coronavirus in the U.S.; Former Detroit Police Chief: George Floyd "Could Have Been Me"; Protests Sway Voters in Battleground Arizona; Anti-Government Protests in Lebanon; Patient Gets First U.S. COVID-19 Double Lung Transplant; Rio Drug Gangs Impose Curfew, Hand Out Food. Aired 2-2:30a ET
• George Floyd Protests on Night 18 amid Worldwide Pandemic; Coronavirus in the U.S.; Defiant Trump Stokes Racial Division; JHU: Brazil Has World's Second Highest Death Toll; BLM Movement in Nigeria. Aired 3-3:30a ET
• George Floyd Protests on Night 18 amid Worldwide Pandemic; Police Misconduct in the Spotlight; Coronavirus in the U.S.; Defiant Trump Stokes Racial Division; Videos Raise Questions about Tennessee In-Custody Death; George Floyd's Death Sparks Change in the U.S. Aired 4-5a ET
• George Floyd Protests on Night 18 amid Worldwide Pandemic; Police Misconduct in the Spotlight; Coronavirus in the U.S.; Defiant Trump Stokes Racial Division; Fears of Violence in London; Protests Sway Voters in Battleground Arizona; George Floyd's Death Sparks Change in the U.S. Aired 5-6a ET
• Trump Delivers Commencement Address At West Point; Trump Reschedules Tulsa Rally "Out Of Respect" For Juneteenth; City Leader Says Minneapolis Police System Is "Not Reformable"; LudaCris, "KidNation" Use Music To Teach Children About Prejudice; Dr. Kameno Bell: From The NFL To The Front Lines Of Coronavirus. Aired 11a-12p ET
• Protests Continue Across U.S. Over Death Of George Floyd At Hands Of Police; Minneapolis City Council Votes To Disband Police Department; Minneapolis Police Chief Medaria Arradondo Discusses History Of Racism In Minneapolis Police Department; Analyst Examines History Of Systemic Racism In U.S. Police Departments; African- American Comedian Tiffany Haddish Discusses Fear She Feels When Stopped By Police; President Trump Gives Speech To Graduates At West Point; Houston School District Taking Steps To Reopen Schools After COVID-19 Pandemic. Aired 2-3p ET
• Nationwide Protests Over George Floyd's Death Continue For 19th Day; Trump Thanks National Guard For Keeping Rule Of Law On Streets; CDC Official: We Know The Pandemic Is Not Over; CDC Issues Updated Guidance As 19 States See Spike In Coronavirus Cases; Dr. Celine Gounder Discusses Spike In Coronavirus Cases; Georgia NAACP President Calls For Atlanta Police Chief To Resign; NASCAR Removing Confederate Flags At Races At Request Of Driver Bubba Wallace. Aired 3-4p ET
• GBI: Brooks Appeared To Point Taser At Police Before Being Shot; Inside Seattle Overtaken By Protesters And Free From Police; Trump Reschedules Tulsa Rally "Out Of Respect" For Juneteenth; Rep. James Clyburn (D-SC) Is Interviewed About Trump Rescheduling Tulsa Rally And On Potential VP Picks For Biden; Protesters Marching In Brooklyn For 19th Day; CDC Warns Pandemic Not Over. Aired on 4-5p ET
• President Donald Trump Delivers Commencement Address At West Point; President Donald Trump Reschedules Tulsa Rally "Out Of Respect" For Juneteenth; CDC Issues New Guidelines As Infections Spike In 19 States; Man Fatally Shot By Police At Fast Food Drive-Thru In Atlanta; Atlanta Councilwoman: We Can't Shut Down The Police Department; Thousands Gather In Paris To Protest Against Police Brutality. Aired 12-1p ET
• Minneapolis Mayor Not In Favor Of Abolishing Police Department; Trump Delivers Commencement Address At West Point; Trump Delays Tulsa Rally After Criticism Over Juneteenth; Dr. Karyn Baum Discusses Spike In Coronavirus Cases In Multiple States; Brazil's Low-Income Areas Hit Hard By Coronavirus; How Camden, NJ, Disbanded Its Police Force and Lowered Crime. Aired 1-2p ET
• Atlanta Man Shot And Killed By Police; Press Conference With Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms (D), Atlanta; Atlanta Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms: Police Chief Stepping Down After Deadly Officer-Involved Shooting. Aired 5-6p ET
• Police Chief Stepping Down After Deadly Officer-Involved Shooting; Video Captures Deadly Officer-Involved Shooting In Atlanta. Aired 6-7p ET


June 12, 2020
• President Trump Snubbed Three Key Officials in Dallas; General Mark Milley Apologize for Joining President Trump in a Photo-Op; Early Lifting of Restrictions Have Consequences; Stock Markets Fears the Uptick in COVID Cases; Re-opening of Economy Putting More People at Risk in Latin America; Africa Not Prepared for Surge in Cases; America In Crisis; United States Cities Prepare For 18th Straight Day Of Protest; Minneapolis City Council To Discuss Dismantling Police Department; What Defund the Police Really Means To Protesters; U.S. Cities Struggling With Budget Crises; Republican Platform Hurts City Budgets; Protesters Demand Confederate Memorials Come Down; Black Lives Matter Movement Spreads Across U.K.; Crowds In London March For Covid Victim; French Police Lay Down Handcuffs To Protest Chokehold Ban; Police Show Under Fire; Coronavirus Pandemic; Recent Spikes Reported In More Than A Dozen U.S. States; Spain Reported No Covid Related Deaths For 4th Day; Covid 19 Fuels Financial Stress Across U.K.; Spain's La Liga Returns To The Pitch After Three Months; Backlash Grows With Cop Shows On TV; Museum Curators Begin Collecting Black Lives Matter Signs. Aired 3-4a ET
• Trump Stands by Decision to Disperse Protestors with Force; U.S. Joint Chiefs Chairman Regrets Role in Photo Op; Key Model Predicts 170,000 U.S. Deaths by October; COVID-19 Fuels Financial Stress Across U.K.; Colombians Struggle with Income Inequality as Cases Rise; U.S. Stocks Plunge Amid Fears of Second COVID-19 Wave; Trump Warns Against 'Falsely Labeling' People as Racists; Controversy over Trump's Planned Juneteenth Rally in Tulsa; Black Lives Matter Movement Spreads Across U.K.; Hong Kong Students Return to School; Museums Finding Ways to Remember COVID-19 Crisis. Aired 12-1a ET
• Black Lives Matter Protesters March for 17th Day; Pres. Trump Talks of Dominating the Streets; Three Top Law Enforcement Officials, All Black, Not Invited; Trump: Using Force on Protesters Like "Knife Cutting Butter"; U.S. Joint Chiefs Chairman Regrets Role in Photo Op; Trump Threatens to Move Military into Seattle; Trump to Hold Rally on Juneteenth in Tulsa, Oklahoma; Trump Steadfast on not Renaming Military Bases; Biden Concerned Trump May Try to Steal Election; Pandemic Rages as White House Task Force Absent; U.S. Surpasses 2 Million COVID-19 Cases as Hospitalizations Rise in Some States; Key Model Projects 170,000 U.S. Deaths By October; Health Experts Stress Importance of Wearing Masks; Johns Hopkins: More Than 2 Million COVID- 19 Cases in U.S.; 2,000+ Complaints Since 2013 Against Minneapolis Police, But Few Officers Have Been Disciplined; Black Lives Matters Movement Spreads Across U.K.; Museums Finding Ways To Remember COVID- 19 Crisis. Aired 2-3a ET
• 19 States See Increase In New Coronavirus Cases; Protesters Throw Fireworks At Police In Portland, Oregon; Trump Defiant As Cultural Change Sweeps U.S. Aired 10-10:30a ET
• Day 17 Of Protests Over George Floyd; Roundtable For Racial Justice Excludes Top Black Leaders; Trump Plans Next Rally In Tulsa; States' Continued Increase In Covid Hospitalizations; U.S. Stocks Plunge As Fears Of Second Wave Rise; Latin American Coronavirus Cases Top 1.5 Million; Trump Warns Against "Falsely Labeling" People as Racists; Confederate Symbols Removed amid Protests for Racial Equality; Long History of Complaints against Minneapolis Police; Crowds in London March for COVID Victim; Backlash Grows with Cop Shows on TV. Aired 1-2a ET
• U.S. Cities Prepare for 18th Straight Day of Protests; President Trump Talks of Dominating the Streets; U.S. Joint Chief's Chairman Regrets Role in Photo Op; Trump Threatens to Move Military into Seattle; Health Experts Warning Pandemic Far From Over; Recent Spikes Reported in More than a Dozen U.S. States; U.S. Stocks Plunge Amid Fears of Second COVID-19 Wave; U.K. Airlines Launch Legal Challenge to Quarantine Rules. Aired 4:00-4:30a ET
• 14 Minneapolis Officers Condemn Chauvin, This Is Not Who We Are; Trump Calls Protesters Domestic Terrorists In No-Cop Zone; CDC Warns Of Increase In Cases In Coming Weeks Amid Reopening. Aired 1- 1:30p ET
• Confederate Symbols Removed Amid Protests for Racial Equality; Trump Opposes Removing Confederate Names from Military Bases; Black Lives Matter Protesters Marched for Another Day; More than 2,00 Complaints Since 2013 Minneapolis Police but Few Disciplined; Controversy Over Trump's Planned Juneteenth Rally in Tulsa. Aired 4:30-5a ET
• Trump Digs in as Cultural Change Sweeps Across U.S.; Trump Defiant about Social Distancing, Masks at Campaign Events; 19 States See Increase in New Coronavirus Cases; Judge Lina Hidalgo Discusses Harris County, TX, Seeing Biggest Spike Yet in Cases; Dr. William Schaffner Discusses Growing Concerns over Coronavirus Resurgence in America; Alicia Andrews, Oklahoma Democratic Party chair, Discusses Growing Backlash to Trump Campaign's Tulsa Rally on Juneteenth, Campaign Requiring No-Sue Waivers, Trump Saying Racism Can Be Solved Quickly, Easily. Aired 11-11:30a ET
• Stocks Open Higher After Selloff; Virus Mutations Not Expected; Chauvin Eligible for Pension; Lawmakers Push Back on Defunding Police; North Korea to Build Forces against U.S. Aired 9:30-10a
• Breonna's Law Passes; Coronavirus Spikes. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• Cuomo Says New York has Lowest Rate of Transmission in U.S.; Restaurants Face New Challenges are Reopening Accelerates; Medical Workers Stage Protests Over Racial Inequality in Healthcare; North Carolina Doctor Says Racism is a Pandemic Too; Dave Chappelle Talks About George Floyd in New Special; Starbucks Now Says Workers Can Wear Black Lives Matter Items; Two Chefs Feeding the Hungry During Coronavirus Pandemic. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• 19 States See Increase in New Coronavirus Cases; Trump Plans to Hold Big Rallies Starting Next Week; Chicago Police Investigating Officers Caught Lounging Amid Looting; Trump Doubles Down on Threats to Intervene in Seattle Protests; Seattle Police Look to Return to Precinct Vacated Due to Protests. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• Congressman Finds 13 Chicago Officers Lounging in His Office as Violence, Looting Continued Around Them; Minneapolis City Council Meets to Decide Fate of Police Department; Officer Accused of Killing George Floyd Could Still Receive Pension; White House Refuses to Disclose Companies That Received COVID-19 Relief; Sen. Tim Scott to Lead GOP's Police Reform; NY Governor Cuomo Holds Press Conference Ahead of Signing Police Reform Legislation. Aired 11:30a-12p ET
• Phoenix, Arizona Mayor Admits Reopened Too Soon as COVID-19 Cases Rise; Schools Prepare for Social Distancing in Fall Despite Inadequate Funding; Starbucks Reverses Position, Allows Black Lives Matter Employee Apparel. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• Trump: Fight Against Bigotry Will "Go Quickly, Very Easily"; Culture Shifts In U.S. Following George Floyd's Death; Starbucks Walks Back Ban On "Black Lives Matter" Apparel. Aired 12:30-1p ET
• President Trump Condemns Some Use of Police Chokeholds; Interview with West Point Graduate Todd Friedman; Minneapolis Police Officers Break Silence to Condemn Death of George Floyd. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• New York Governor Andrew Cuomo About To Sign Police Reform Bills; New York Governor Andrew Cuomo: Local Governments and Police Department Must Enact Reform Plan By April 1st, 2021 To Qualify For State Funding; Growing Concerns Over Coronavirus Resurgence In America; 90-Year-Old Grandma Tries To Shield Grandson In Viral Arrest; Congressman Finds 13 Chicago Officers Lounging In His Office As Violence, Looting Continued Around Them. Aired 12-12:30p ET
• New CDC Guidelines Advise Caution with Travel, Especially Public; Viral Video Shows White California Woman Harassing Filipino- American Woman; State Sen. Audrey Gibson (D-FL) Discusses Trump to Accept GOP Nomination in Jacksonville; Trump Requires Rally Goers to Sign Coronavirus Waiver; Filmmaker Stanley Nelson Discusses Trump Rally in Tulsa on Juneteenth, and the Tulsa Massacre. Aired 1:30-2p ET
• CDC Warns of Increase of Cases in Coming Weeks Amid Reopenings; Officer Says, "I Don't Care" When Black Man Said, "I Can't Breathe"; White House Refuses to Disclose Companies That Received COVID-19 Relief; Merriam-Webster Revised "Racism" Definitional after Request. Aired 2:30-3p ET


June 11, 2020
• Coronavirus to Claim More Americans in the Coming Months; Low Polling Pushes Trump to Have Rallies; Floyd's Death Clamors for Change; U.K. Reaps Ramifications for Late Decisions; America In Crisis; White House Press Secretary Defends President Trump's Tweets; U.S. President's Response To Racial Unrest Muddled; Alarm Over Polls Showing Biden With Lead Over Trump; President Trump, Military Bases Will Keep Confederate Names; Fed Predicts Sluggish Recovery From Pandemic's Impact; Federal Reserve Leaves Interest Rates Unchanged; Coronavirus Pandemic; Weekly U.S. Jobless Report Due In Coming Hours; British Rapper Speaks Out After Police Tase His Dad; How British Tactics Differ From The U.S.; Will Covid-19 Cases In Africa Surge; U.S. Is First Country To Report Two Million Infections; Widely Different Predictions About Virus Spread In Africa; Food System Failing And Pandemic Making It Worse; 81 Killed In Suspected Boko Haram Attack In Nigeria; Obstacles Black Business Owners Face In United States. Aired 3-4a ET
• Reality Police Shows Canceled in Wake of Black Lives Matter Protests; Companies Pledge to Help Promote Racial Justice; Black Business Owners Face Obstacles; Latin America Surpasses 70,000 COVID- 19 Deaths; Experts: COVID-19 Surge Won't Happen in Parts of Africa; Japan's Richest Man: The Image of America is Breaking; Calls for Policing Reform Show Signs of Progress; British Rapper Speaks Out after Police Tase His Dad; U.S. Could See 100K More Deaths by September; Mexico Reports Surge in COVID-19 Cases. Aired 12-1a ET
• Protests, Coronavirus Crisis Affecting U.S.; Experts Raise Concerns as More U.S. States Reopen; Experts Say Opening Too Soon, Low testing Put U.S. at Risk; George Floyd's Brother Urges Police Reform; Trump Adviser Kudlow Says No Systemic Racism in U.S.; U.S. Fed Predicts Sluggish Economic Recovery; Dow Futures Down More than 500 Points. Aired 4-4:30a ET
• Concern As COVID Hospitalizations Increase Yet States Loosen Restrictions; Calls For Policing Reform Lead To Action; How U.S. And U.K. Police Protest Tactics Compare; Possible Structural Changes For U.S. Police Departments; Grim Predictions Of Coronavirus Deaths Come September; Trump Weighing Executive Action on Police Reform; Fed Predicts Sluggish Recovery from Pandemic's Impact; Widely Different Predictions about Virus Spread in Africa; Mexican Medical Workers Struggle to Get Protective Equipment; How a U.S. City Disbanded its Police Force and Started Over. Aired 1-2a ET
• Calls for Policing Reform Show Signs of Progress; U.S. Could See 100K More Deaths by September; Trump Won't Remove Confederate Names from Military Bases; Earlier Lockdown in U.K. Could Have Cut Deaths in Half; Mexico Reports Surge in COVID-19 Cases, Medical Workers Struggle to Get Protective Equipment; Popular Culture Begins Shifting Over Racism Concerns; British Rapper Speaks Out After Police Tase His Dad; Fed Predicts Sluggish Recovery From Pandemic's Impact. Aired 2-3a ET
• Joint Chiefs Chairman Apologizes For Role In Trump Church Photo Op That Began With Brutality Against Peaceful Protesters, Journalists; Senate Panel Votes To Remove Confederate Names From Military Bases. Aired 10-10:30a ET
• Growing Push in U.S. to Remove Symbols of the Confederacy; Trump to Resume Campaign Rallies Next Week; Police Body Cam Shows Black Teen Handcuffed for Jaywalking; Minneapolis Police Chief Pledges Reform; Popular Culture Begins Shifting Over Racism Concerns; First Trump Rally in Months in Tulsa on Juneteenth; Latin America Surpasses 70,000 COVID-19 Deaths; German Prosecutors Have New Evidence in Madeleine McCann Case; NBA Star Fronts Platform to Call Out Voter Suppression; NASCAR Bans Confederate Flags at All Races, Events. Aired 4:30-5a ET
• Family of Javier Ambler Pleads for Justice; Joint Chiefs Chairman Apologizes; Aired 9:30-10a
• U.S. Reckons with Racism as Trump Digs in; Senate Panel Adopted Plan to Remove Confederate Names from Military Bases; More Confederate Statues Come Down After George Floyd Killing; Minneapolis Police Chief Talks About Future of Policing; U.S. Surpasses 2 Million in COVID-19 Cases; Eighteen States See an Increase in New Coronavirus Cases; Pence Deletes Tweet Showing Campaign Staff Not Wearing Masks. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• Top General: Taking Part in Trump Photo-Op Was a "Mistake"; Senate Panel Votes to Remove Confederate Names from Military Bases Despite Trump's Opposition; Critics Hammer Trump Campaign Rally Plan; Trump Heads to Dallas Amid 2 Challenges: A Push for Police Reform & Pandemic; Trump to Meet with Law Enforcement, Faith Leaders in Texas on Concrete Police Reforms; Tulsa Police Release Video of Rough Jaywalking Arrest; Basketball Legend, Jalen Rose, Discusses NBA Superstars Teaming Up to Energize Black Voters. Aired 11-11:30a ET
• Interview With Bozoma Saint John; 20 States See Coronavirus Spikes; Interview With Former U.S. Senator Carol Moseley Braun; Joint Chiefs Chairman Apologizes For Appearing in Lafayette Park With Trump. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• Jalen Rose, Discusses NBA Superstars Teaming Up to Energize Black Voters; U.S. Passes 2 Million Cases as Some States See Spikes; Will Humble, Arizona Public Health Association Director, Discusses Maricopa County Seeing Spike in New Coronavirus Cases; Another 1.5 Million Americans File for Unemployment. Aired 11:30a-12p ET
• U.S. COVID-19 Infections Surpass 2 Million with Number of Hospitalizations on Rise in 12 States; Interview with Former Ferguson Police Chief Delrish Moss; Confederate Statues Downed by Protestors Around the Country. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• #ShareTheMicNow Seeks to Amplify Black Women's Voices; NASCAR Bans Display of Confederate Flags at Races; U.S. Spy Planes Monitored Some George Floyd Protests. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• Tulsa Police Officers Arrest Black Teen For Jaywalking; Minneapolis P.D. To Implement Early Warning System To Identify Police Misconduct; 1.5 Million More Americans File Unemployment; NASCAR Bans Confederate Flags At All Races, Events; CNN: U.S. Spy Planes Monitored Some George Floyd Protests. Aired 12:30-1p ET
• Mark Milley Calls Lafayette Square Appearance a Mistake; Trump Cabinet Officials Continue to Deny Systemic Racism Among Police; Coronavirus Cases Spike in a Dozen States. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• U.S. Reckoning, How Society Has Changed Over Past Two Weeks; Live P.D. Canceled Amid Police Brutality Protests, Unrest. Aired 1- 1:30p ET
• Coronavirus Cases Now Top 2 Million In The United States; Top General: Taking Part In Trump Photo Op Was A "Mistake"; President Donald Trump Texas Visit Amid Growing Calls For Police Reform; Data Shows Texas Seeing Increase In Daily New Cases; New Model Projects 170,000 Deaths By October. Aired 12-12:30p ET
• Dan Abrams, former host of "Live P.D." Discusses Show's Cancellation; Actor Sean Penn Discusses CORE's Mission to Bring Free Coronavirus Testing to New York State; Tulsa Police Handcuff Black Teens for Jaywalking; Tulsa Police Mayor: We shoot Blacks Less Than We Ought To; Interview with Pleas Thompson, President, Tulsa NAACP chapter. Aired 1:30-2p ET
• "Friends" Creator Apologizes for Lack of Diversity; Trump Threatens to "Take Back" Seattle from Protesters; Rep. Raja Krishnamoorthi (D-IL) Discusses House Intel Committee Fears of Foreign Actors Taking Advantage of Unrest in U.S. Aired 2:30-3p ET


June 10, 2020
• George Floyd's Death Let Others Breathe for Justice; Defense Secretary Mark Esper Under President Trump's Skin; U.K. Pushes to Reopen Their Economy; Russia's Spokesman Defend Their COVID Stats; Dr. Anthony Fauci Gave a Stark Warning on Worse Days to Come; Change Is Gonna Come, Sung At George Floyd Funeral; America In Crisis; Young Americans Share What It's Like To Grow Up Black; Calls For Racial Justice As George Floyd Laid To Rest; Iowa City Saw Peaceful Protests After Floyd's Death; Interview With Mayor Quentin Hart (WATERLOO, IA) About The Police And The Residents Of The City Working Together; Waterloo Community Call For Change During Protests; United Nations Urges Billions In Aid As Virus Overwhelms Yemen; U.N. Short Of More Than $1 Billion In Aid To Yemen; President Of Tanzania, Country Is Free Of Covid-19; Coronavirus Highlights Unique Challenges In Africa; Airline Industry Facing Bumpy Rides; NASCAR Driver Unveils Black Lives Matter Car Design; NASCAR Executive Sidesteps Confederate Flag Question. Aired 3-4a ET
• George Floyd Laid to Rest after Emotional Final Memorial; Nineteen States See Spike in Coronavirus Cases over Past Week; Kremlin Defends Coronavirus Response; Trump Pushes Baseless Smear of 75-Year- Old Protestor; Demonstrators Tear Down Statue of British Slave Trader; COVID-19 Cases Growing in South America; China Flexes Military Might Amid Coronavirus Pandemic; La Liga to Resume Season after Virus Forced Suspension. Aired 12-1a ET
• George Floyd Laid to Rest After Emotional Last Memorial; Cries for Racial Justice at Floyd's Funeral; Protests Already Leading to Changes in Policing; Trump Talks of Conspiracy Instead of Addressing Police Reform; Republican Lawmakers Avoid Addressing President's Comments; Investigation Launched into Georgia Primary Voting Delays; Floyd's Death Sparks Protests, Removals of Statues; W.H.O. Clarifies Comments on Asymptomatic Spread. Aired 4-4:30a ET
• More Cities Ban Chokeholds After George Floyd Killing; Trump Declines To Engage With Press As Calls For Action Escalate; U.S. To Fund And Conduct Key Studies On Three Coronavirus Vaccines. Aired 10- 10:30a ET
• George Floyd Laid To Rest After Emotional Last Memorial; President Of Tanzania: Country Is Free Of COVID-19; China Flexes Military Might Amid Coronavirus Pandemic; George Floyd Laid to Rest after Emotional Final Memorial; Protests Lead to Change in Policing; Protester's Friend on "Presidential Brutality"; U.S. Has Not Dealt with Sin of Slavery; World Health Organization Clarifies Comments about Asymptomatic Spread; Yemen Could Suffer Devastating Outbreak. Aired 2-3a ET
• Continued Solidarity Worldwide For George Floyd; Floyd Buried Beside His Mother In Houston; Calls For Police Reform Broaden; Coronavirus Rates Climb In The U.S. As States Ease Lockdown; Asymptomatic Spread Of The Virus; Protect Yourself If You Protest; Airline Industry Losses, Bailouts And Solutions; Wall Street V. Main Street Disconnect; George Floyd Laid to Rest after Emotional Memorial; Trump Pushes Baseless Smear of 75-Year-Old Protester; Family Seeks Answers after Son Dies during Arrest; Americas are Home to Almost Half of Global Cases; China's Power Moves as World Grapples with Pandemic; Strict Measures in Cuba are Curbing Virus Spread; Yemen could Suffer One of the Worst Outbreaks; Senate Confirms First Black Military Chief in U.S. History; Young Americans Share What it's Like to Grow up Black. Aired 1-2a ET
• Martin Luther King III is Interviewed about Police Reform; Corporations Push to Act on Diversity; Three Key Studies on Coronavirus Vaccines. Aired 9:30-10a ET
• Minneapolis Police Chief Pulls Out Of Police Union Negotiations; Democrats And Republicans Craft Legislation To Reform Police; Black Man Says, I Can't Breathe, During Fatal Arrest In Texas. Aired 1-1:30p ET
• Interview With Atlanta Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms; Brother of George Floyd Testifies on Capitol Hill. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• Live Coverage of Philonise Floyd's Testimony Before the House Judiciary Committee; President Considering Police Reform Options; House Republicans Push Back Against Trump's Troop Withdrawal from Germany. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• Democrat Unveil Police Reform Bill, GOP Still Crafting Own Plan; More Cities Ban Chokeholds After George Floyd Killing; Trump Eyes Police Reforms While Ignoring Systemic Racism; Newly Released Video Shows How Black Man Died During 2019 Arrest in Texas; Georgian Officials Call for Investigations After Primary was Plagued By Problems; George Floyd's Death Sparks Both Political and Cultural Changes in the U.S. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• Outrage Over George Floyd's Death Sparks Changes In Entertainment Industry; COVID-19 Cases, Hospitalization On The Rise In Multiple States; Widespread Voting Problems Plague Georgia Primary. Aired 12:30-1p ET
• George Floyd's Brother Pleads for Police Reform on Capitol Hill; Interview with Rep. Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) Speaker of the House on Police Reform and the Chaotic Georgia Elections. White House Defends Trump's False Conspiracy Tweet on 75-year-Old Protester. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• House Judiciary Committee Holds Hearing on Police Practices, Accountability; Minneapolis Police Chief Holds News Conference. Aired 11-11:30a ET
• Minneapolis Police Chief Announces Department-Wide Change; Police Chief's Statement May Make Officers' Defense More Difficult; Interview with Ludacris. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• Minneapolis Police Chief Holds News Conference; Mayor Jane Castor (D), Tampa, FL Discusses Chief Arradondo's Press Conference On Reforming Police. Aired 11:30a-12p ET
• Minneapolis Police Chief Says His Rookie Officers Should Rise Above The Lack Of Humanity; George Floyd's Brother Pleads With Lawmakers: Make The Necessary Changes That Make Law Enforcement The Solution; Ohio Lawmakers Introduce Bill To Declare Racism A Public Health Issue; Republicans Dodge On Trump's Latest Controversial Tweet; Trump Advisers To Present Police Reform Initiatives In Coming Days. Aired 12-12:30p ET
• Dr. Fauci Calls Out WHO On 'Rare' Asymptomatic Spread Claims; Arizona Activates Emergency Plans As COVID Cases Rise Across 12 States; Puritan Medical Products Discarded Swabs Produced During Trump Visit; HBO Pulls "Gone With The Wind" Because Of Racial Depictions; What The Original Police Report On Floyd Death Said. Aired 1:30-2p ET
• Fauci Praises Rapid Response Toward Vaccine; U.S. States Reopening Despite Fears Of More Infections; U.K. Reopening Nonessential Retail On Jun 15; Virus Aggressively Spreads In Latin America; China Flexes Military Might Amid Coronavirus Pandemic; Trump Criticized For His Response To Floyd's Death; Young Americans Share What It's Like To Grow Up Black. Aired 4:30-5a ET
• Police Accuse Gangs & Locals In Riots, Contradicting Trump Claims;; Friends Of Elderly Activist Shoved By Buffalo Police Are Speaking Out; A Look At Reopening Of States Across The Country; Bob Garber, Major League Soccer Commissioner, Discusses Leagues Returning On July 8th; Trump: Will Not Remove Confederate Leader Names From Bases. Aired 2:30-3p ET


June 09, 2020
• George Floyd Laid to Rest; Bill Proposed in Memory of George Floyd; President Trump's Rating Continue to Decline; Economists Declare Recession in the U.S.; Coronavirus Pandemic, Coronavirus Confirmed Cases And Death Globally; U.S. Reopens Further As 22 States See Cases Uptick; Growing Fears Protests Are Spreading The Virus; Covid-19 Emergency Measures Stopped Millions Of Cases; Brazil Under Fire Over Virus Reporting As Cases Top 700,000; Moscow Takes First Step To Full Reopening This Month; Satellite Images Hint Virus Was In Wuhan From August; North Korea Halting Communications With Seoul; Hong Kong Chief Executive, City Can't Stomach More Chaos; U.S. Prosecutors Seek Interview With Britain's Prince Andrew About Jeffrey Epstein; Cubans Welcome Doctors Back From Italy; Doctors Return To Cuba After Helping Fight Virus In Italy; Anti-Racism Protests; George Floyd's Death Sparks Global Demonstrations; BTS And Fan Group Raise $2 Million Plus For Black Lives Matter; America In Crisis, Venus Williams, Racism Is Not Only A Black Issue. Aired 3-4a ET
• Thousands Mourn George Floyd at Houston Memorial; Minneapolis City Council Votes to Dismantle Police Department; New York City Enters First Phase of Reopening; WHO: Asymptomatic COVID-19 Spread Deemed "Rare"; North Korea Ends Communication with South Korea; U.S. Prosecutors Seek Interview with Prince Andrew over Epstein Link; Trump Paying a Price for Response to Protests; U.K. Becomes the New 'Sick Man of Europe'; Doctors Return to Cuba after Helping Fight Virus in Italy; Cigarette Smuggling Booming in South Africa; George Floyd's Death Sparks Global Demonstrations. Aired 12-1a ET
• Protests Over George Floyd's Death Enter Third Week; Thousands Mourn George Floyd at Houston Memorial; Minneapolis City Council Votes to Dismantle Police Department; Democrats Propose Sweeping Police Reforms in New Bill; Trump Opposes Growing Calls to Defund the Police; Trump to Relaunch Campaign Rallies as Poll Numbers Dip. Aired 4-4:30a ET
• Trump Paying A Price For Response To Protests; Caught On Camera: Police Chase Ends In Death Of Black Man; State News: Korea Halting Communications With Seoul; Thousands Mourn George Floyd at Houston Memorial; Minneapolis City Council Votes to Dismantle Police Department; New York City Enters First Phase of Reopening; Travelers to U.K. Must Self-Isolate for Two Weeks; WHO: Asymptomatic COVID-19 Spread Deemed "Rare". Aired 2-3a ET
• Policing The Police: Debates Over Law Enforcement Reform In The U.S.; George Floyd Laid To Rest In Houston; Analysis Of The Weight And Influence Of Police Unions; Optimism On Wall Street, U.S. Recession Now Official; Coronavirus Update: Worldwide Covid Deaths Reach 400,000; Prince Andrew's Team Not Cooperating in Investigations on Jeffrey Epstein; Fatalities Show No Sign of Slowing in Latin America; Former U.S. Military Officials Publicly Critical of Trump; U.K. Becomes the New "Sick Man of Europe"; Indian Teen Cycled Injured Father 1,200 km Home. Aired 1-2a ET
• W.H.O. Says World Sees Highest Reported Number of New Cases; U.S. CDC Says Most States Fail to Fully Report COVID-19; Study: Lockdown Measures Prevented Up to 60 Million Cases in U.S.; Moscow Takes First Step to Full Reopening this Month; Police in California Called on Man for Dancing; Caught on Camera a Police Chase Ends in Death of Black Man; U.S. Prosecutors Seek Interview with Britain's Prince Andrew about Jeffrey Epstein. Aired 4:30-5a ET
• Trump Questions the Shoving of a Buffalo Protester; Concern over Rush to Vaccine; DOJ Focuses on Protest Violence; Mother of Shooting Victim Speaks Out. Aired 9:30-10a ET
• More Cases of Deadly Police Arrests Caught on Camera; Some Americans Call to Defund Police Forces in Wake of George Floyd's Death. Aired 9-9:30a ET
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• President Trump Tweets Martin Gugino Conspiracy Theory with Ties to Russian Propaganda; George Floyd Aided Christian Ministry; Interview with Houston Rockets' Thabo Sefolosha. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• Soon, Funeral for George Floyd in Houston; Protesters Call for Tough Conversations on Race, Justice, Policing in America; Rashad Robinson, Color of Change President, Discusses Racial Justice Change, Defunding Police, Congressional Legislation; New Disturbing Video of Another Black Man Dying in Custody in Austin; Trump Attacks Elderly Man Shoved by Buffalo Police. Aired 11-11:30a ET
• Ex-Officer's Lawyer Blames Bystanders For Not Helping Floyd; Deadly Arrest In Texas Captured On Body Camera; U.S. Army Weights Removing Confederate Names From Bases. Aired 10-10:30a ET
• Lawyer for Fired Rookie Cop: Bystanders Didn't Help Floyd Either; Confusion over WHO Message on Asymptomatic Spread of Coronavirus; Soon, Funeral Service for George Floyd in Houston; Ebony Morgan, of CAHOOTS, Discusses Alternative Models of Policing. Aired 11:30a-12p ET.
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June 08, 2020
• Diverse, Peaceful Crowds Protest in NYC; Car Rally Joins Peaceful Protests in L.A.; Colin Powell Criticizes President Trump's Leadership; White House Considering a Plan for Trump to Address Nation; 'New York Times' Editor Resigns Over Op-Ed Controversy; Tropical Storm Cristobal Makes Landfall in Louisiana; GOP Senator Mitt Romney Joins Protestors in Washington; Demonstrations Spreading to More Cities Worldwide; New Zealand Says It Has Zero Active Cases of COVID-19; New Documentary Chronicles Rise and Fall of Lance Armstrong. Aired 12-1a ET
• Police Reform Bill on its Way to Capitol Hill; Systemic Racism a Stain from the Past; Youth's Voice a Megaphone of the Future; Tropical Storm Cristobal Brings Heavy Rain; OPEC Agrees to Extend Cut; Growing Calls to Defund Police Departments; New Zealand's Preemptive Action Paid Off; Incoming Travelers Compelled to Self-Quarantine in U.K. New York's COVID Cases Slowing Down. Aired 3-4a ET
• George Floyd Memorial Today, Funeral Tomorrow In Houston; New York City Begins Phase One Reopening Today. Aired 10-10:30a ET
• Protests Call for Change on 13th Day of Protests; Trump Administration Officials Say No Systemic Racism in U.S. Policing; White House Considering Plan for Trump to Address Nation; Gen. Colin Powell Says He's Voting for Democrat Joe Biden; Minneapolis Mayor Booed After Refusing to Defund Police; Demonstrations Spread to More Cities Worldwide; Thousands March in Solidarity in London; . Aired 4- 4:30a ET
• U.S. House Democrats To Propose Police Reforms; Thousands Of Protesters Fill Hollywood Boulevard; White House Considering A Plan For Trump To Address Nation; Colin Powell Criticizes Trump For Handling Of Unrest; New Zealand Says It Has Zero Active Cases Of COVID-19; Tropical Storm Cristobal Makes Landfall In Louisiana; Experts: Implicit Bias Affects How Minorities are Treated; Demonstrations Spreading to More Cities Worldwide; A Portrait of Courage; Stock Markets in Asia Mostly Mixed. Aired 1-2a ET
• Thousands March In Spain In Solidarity With George Floyd; Protesters Pull Down Statue Of 17th Century Slave Trader; Thousands Rally Against West Bank Annexation; Peaceful Protest Against Racism and Police Brutality Demands for Change; White House Plans to Address the Nation; Colin Powell Criticizes President Trump's Handling of the Nationwide Protests; Minneapolis City Council Plans to Disband Police Department; New York Celebrates Flattening the Curve While Latin American Countries Reports High Number of Deaths; Visitors to U.K. to Self-Isolate for 14 Days; Governor of Tokyo Answers Questions Regarding Tokyo Olympics. Aired 2-3a ET
• New York City Begins "Phase One" Reopening Today; Experts Worry Mass Protests Could Lead to a Spike in COVID-19 Cases; U.S. Cities Roll Out Plans to Reform and Regulate Police; Ex-Officer Charged with Murder in George Floyd's Death; George Floyd Memorial Today, Funeral Tomorrow in Houston; New York City Begins Phase One Reopening Today. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• Soon, Fired Police Officer Faces Murder Charge in Court; Majority of Minneapolis City Council Wants Police Defunded; George Floyd Public Viewing in Houston This Afternoon; House & Senate Democrats Unveil Sweeping Police Reform Bill; Dr. Tracie Keesee, Co- Founder & SVP, Center for Policing Equity, Discusses Rebuilding Trust Between Police & Communities. Aired 11-11:30a ET
• Interview With Bun B; New York Starts Reopening Process; Democrats Unveil Police Reform Bill; Derek Chauvin Appears in Court. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• New 2020 Poll Numbers; Rise in New Coronavirus Cases; New Focus on Racial Injustice. Aired 9:30-10a
• New York City Begins Phase One of Reopening; 22 States See Rises in New Cases in the Past Week; New CNN Poll Shows trump Approval at 38 Percent, Worst Since January 2019; NFL Chief Says We Were Wrong for Not Listening to Players on Racism; Top Brands Condemn George Floyd's Death and Vow to Fight Racism; Angry White Man Confronts Black Lives Matter Protesters. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• Democrats Propose Policing Bill as Trump Poll Numbers Fall; Live Coverage of Democrats' Justice in Policing Act. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• New York Begins Phase One Of Reopening Today; CNN Poll: Trump Approval At 38 Percent, Worst Since January 2019; Minneapolis City Council Announces Intent To Dismantle Police Dept. Aired 12:30-1p ET
• Gen. Colin Powell Rebukes Trump Response to Nationwide Protests; NY Governor Cuomo Gives Update on Coronavirus Response, George Floyd Protests & Police Reform, Impact of Protests on Coronavirus; Dr. Lamar Hasbrouck Discusses Impact of Protests on Coronavirus Spread. Aired 11:30a-12p ET
• George Floyd Memorial in Houston Today; Derek Chauvin in Court for Bail Hearing; Interview with Protestor Samantha Francine. Aired 2- 2:30p ET
• CDC Raises Alarm About Social Distancing In Protests; Mayors Want To Transform Minneapolis Police Department, Not Abolish It; President Donald Trump Hosts Law Enforcement Roundtable At White House; Cities Grapple With How To Reform, Regulate Police; Trump Administration Officials Deny Systemic Racism In Law Enforcement. Aired 12-12:30p ET
• Thousands Attend George Floyd's Public Visitation In Houston; CNN Poll Shows Trump's Approval Falls To 38 Percent Amid Pandemic, Protests; New York City Reopens Today After Months Of Grief. Aired 1- 1:30p ET
• Retired Navy Captain Accidentally Live-Streams Racial Slurs; Texas Governor Abbott Speaks Outside George Floyd Memorial Service In Houston; Prosecutors: Man Who Drive into Protesters Was KKK; Ivanka Trump Blames "Cancel Culture" For Cancelled Speech; Rep. Joyce Beatty (D-OH) Discusses Congressional Bills For Police Reform. Aired 1:30-2p ET
• CNN Poll: Trump's Approval Falls To 38 Percent Amid Pandemic, Protests; White House Considers A Trump Speech To The Nation On Race & Unity; A.G. Barr: No Systemic Racism In Policing; Trump Mocks Romney For Joining Black Lives Matter Protest; Dr. Peter Hotez Discusses Experts Fear Trump May Release Vaccine Too Early To Help Campaign; Military Spouses March In Support Of Black Lives Matter. Aired 2:30-3p ET
• Hard-Hit New York on Track to Reopen Monday; CDC Monitoring U.S. Protests for Impact on Pandemic; Travelers to U.K. Required to Isolate for Two Weeks; Spain reports One New Death in Three Consecutive Days; Tel Aviv Protesters: Palestinian Lives Matter; Tropical Storm Cristobal Makes Landfall in Louisiana; Asian Stocks Rise as U.S. Jobs Data Shows Improvement. Aired 4:30-5a ET


June 07, 2020
• Huge Protests across America against Brutality, for Equality; Tens of Thousands Protest Peacefully in D.C.; Black Lives Matter Supporters Gathering around the Globe; George Floyd Remembered near North Carolina Birthplace; Black Sheriff to Police: "We Are Part of the Problem"; Thousands in Los Angeles Protest Peacefully; Protests Increase Fears of Coronavirus Spread; Louisiana Issues Storm Evacuation Orders for Several Parishes; Viral Moment from Houston Protest Friday Night. Aired 12-1a ET
• Huge Protests across America against Brutality, for Equality; Groups Pushing to Defund or Disband Police; George Floyd Remembered near North Carolina Birthplace; National Guard Could Leave D.C. Monday; Trump Threatened Active Duty Forces to Stop Protests; Bundesliga Players Support Black Lives Matter; Parents Talk to Kids about Race. Aired 1-2a ET
• Huge Protests across America against Brutality, for Equality; Philadelphia Protesters Take to Iconic "Rocky" Steps; Black Lives Matter Supporters in Berlin Hold Silent Protest; Tensions Heat Up at London Protest; Barr Denies Order to Clear D.C. Protesters; Trump Threatened Active Duty Forces to Stop Protests; Brazilian Government Hides Cumulative Case and Death Totals; JHU: More than 40K Deaths in U.K.; Louisiana Issues Storm Evacuation Orders for Several Parishes. Aired 2-3a ET
• Huge Protests Across America Against Brutality, For Equality; Thousands In Los Angeles Protest Peacefully; Groups Pushing To Defund Or Disband Police; Black Lives Matter Supporters Gathering Around The Globe; Black Lives Matter Supporters In Berlin Hold Silent Protest; Fewer Police On Day 12 Of U.S. Mass Protests; Buffalo Officers Plead Not Guilty In Assault Of Elderly Man; Brazilian Government Hides Cumulative Case And Death Totals; JHU: More Than 40K Deaths In U.K. Aired 3-4a ET
• Philadelphia Protesters Take To Iconic "Rocky" Steps; Huge Protests Across America Against Brutality, For Equality; Black Lives Matter Supporters Gathering Around The Globe; International Crisis Group Statement On U.S. Protests; Louisiana Issues Storm Evacuation Orders For Several Parishes; India Sees Largest Single-Day Spike With 10K-Plus Cases Of COVID-19; National Guard Could Leave D.C. Monday. Aired 4-5a ET
• Protests Against Racism Organized Around The World; Barr Defends Use Of Crowd Control Before Trump Church Photo-Op; House Democrats To Unveil Legislation To Combat Police Brutality. Aired 3-4p ET
• Caravan of Protesters Traveling to LAPD Headquarters; New York City Lifts Curfew Early Amid Peaceful Protests; Trump Clashes with Colin Powell Over Handling of Protests; AG William Barr Defends Forceful Clearing of Protesters; Tropical Storm Cristobal to Make Landfall in Louisiana; Protests Swell in U.S. Ahead of George Floyd Funeral. Aired 4-5p ET
• 13th Day Of Protests From Big Cities To Small Towns Across U.S.; Tropical Storm Cristobal To Make Landfall in Louisiana; Caravan Of Protesters Travel From Compton To LAPD Headquarters. Aired 6-7p ET
• Thirteenth Day of Protest Across the U.S. for the Death of George Floyd; House Democrats to Introduce a New Police Reform Bill; Tropical Storm Cristobal Expected to Make Landfall in Louisiana; Trump Hits Back at Colin Powell After CNN Interview; Trump Reportedly Wanted 10,000 Active Duty Troops in D.C.; Gregg Popovich Delivers Emotional Message on Racism; Minneapolis City Council Announces Intent to Disband Police Department; Caravan of Protesters Heads to LAPD Headquarters. Aired 5-6p ET
• Jake Tapper's Interview With Colin Powell; Police Under Fire For Excessive Force, Lack Of Accountability; New York Mayor Lifts Curfew After Night Of Large Peaceful Protests; Protests Against Racism Organized Around The World. Aired 2-3p ET


June 06, 2020
• Miami Moves Up Curfew; Video Shows Officers Push Elderly Man to the Ground; Multiple Law Enforcement Agencies Working Protests as Trump Defends Calls to "Dominate" Protests with the Military; Trump Invokes George Floyd in Self-Aggrandizement; Americans Protest Racism, Police Killings for 11th Straight Night; George Floyd's Death Places Focus on Police Policies; Protests over Police Brutality Spread Worldwide; Brazil's Bolsonaro Threatens to Quit WHO as Cases Soar; Tokyo Officials Warn Olympics Might Be Slimmed Down in 2021; NFL Commissioner Admits League Was Wrong for Not Listening to Players. Aired 12-1a ET
• Los Angeles Protesters Encourage Voter Registration; Video Shows Officers Push Elderly Man to the Ground; Former Trump Aides Accuse Him of Dividing America; Black Lives Matter Supporters Rallying in Australia; Protests in Mexico after Man Dies in Police Custody; Economic Disparity Persists between White and Black Americans; Calls for Justice as New Police Incidents Emerge; Global Protests Increase Fears of Coronavirus Spread; Over-the-Counter Heartburn Drug May Ease COVID-19 Symptoms; CEOs Speak Out against Racial Inequality. Aired 1- 2a ET
• Americans Protest Racism, Police Killings for 11th Straight Night; Calls for Justice as New Police Incidents Emerge; White House Defensive about Clearing Protesters from Park; Protests over Police Brutality Spread Worldwide; Los Angeles Protesters Encourage Voter Registration; Trump Invokes George Floyd in Self-Aggrandizement; Brazil's Bolsonaro Threatens to Quit WHO as Cases Soar; Over-the- Counter Heartburn Drug May Ease COVID-19 Symptoms; Global Protests Increase Fears of Coronavirus Spread; NFL Commissioner Admits League Was Wrong for Not Listening to Players. Aired 2-3a ET
• Americans Protest Racism, Police Killings for 11th Straight Night; Buffalo Mayor Blames Police Union for Mass Resignations; Many U.S. Cities Staging Protests; Trump Invokes George Floyd in Self- Aggrandizement; Global Protests Increase Fears of Coronavirus Spread; Top Swedish Scientist: COVID-19 Strategy Could Have Been Better; Protests over Police Brutality Spread Worldwide; Black Lives Matter Supporters Demonstrate in London; Tokyo Officials Warn Olympics Might Be Slimmed Down in 2021; Lance Armstrong: "Gained the World but Lost His Soul." Aired 3-4a ET
• Americans Protest Racism, Police Killings For 11th Straight Night; Area Near White House Designated "Black Lives Matter Plaza"; White House Defensive About Clearing Protesters From Park; Protests Over Police Brutality Spread Worldwide; Canadian Prime Minister Takes A Knee; U.S. Reports Increased COVID-19 In 21 States; Top Swedish Scientist: COVID-19 Strategy Could Have Been Better; The Race For A COVID-19 Vaccine. Aired 4-5a ET
• Protests Continue Take Place Across U.S. In Wake Of Death Of George Floyd At Hands Of Police; Two Buffalo, New York, Police Officers Plead Not Guilty To Assault Charges For Pushing 75-Year-Old Man To Ground; May Jobs Report Might Have Misclassifications Distorting Unemployment Numbers; Memorial For George Floyd Held In Raeford, North Carolina; NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell Issues Statement Supporting Protests. Aired 2-3p ET
• Two Buffalo Officers To Be Arraigned Today On Assault Charges; Memorial Services For George Floyd In North Carolina; Protests Against Excessive Police Force & Racism Spread Worldwide; Misclassification Error Makes Unemployment Rate Look Better; Trump Touts Jobs Report As Protests, Unrest Sweep The Country; NFL Commissioner Condemns Racism And Systematic Oppression; Moments Of Unity In Nationwide Protests Bring Hope For Change; Race To Find COVID-19 Vaccine Intensifies. Aired 11a-12p ET
• Fifty-Seven Buffalo Officers Leave Unit After Two Suspended For Shoving Elderly Protester To The Ground; Two Buffalo Officers Plead Not Guilty To Assault Charge, Released Without Bail; Washington Braces For Protesters Demanding Justice; Minneapolis Votes To Implement Choice Hold Ban Among Other Reforms; Misclassification Makes Jobless Rate Look Better Than Reality; Some Demonstrations Across Mexico Turn Violent. Aired 12-1p ET
• Police Tactics Face Scrutiny As Demonstrators Demand Justice; Police Under Fire For Excessive Force And Lack Of Accountability; New York Braces For Protesters Demanding Justice; Soon, Memorial Service For George Floyd In North Carolina; Peaceful Protesters Gather In London Demanding Change; Traveling Pianist Shares Message Of Hope Through Music; Dr. Uche Blackstock Of Advancing Health Equity Discusses University Of Alabama Football Players Testing Positive, Health Disparities. Aired 1-2p ET
• Protests Underway Across The U.S. For 12th Day; Crowds Swell In D.C. In What Could Be Biggest Day Of Protests Yet; Jon Batiste Leads Musicians On March Through Manhattan; Two Buffalo Police Offices Plead Not Guilty To Assaulting 75-Year-Old Protester Shoved To Ground; Memorial Service For George Floyd In North Carolina. Aired 3-4p ET
• Thousands March Across America For Black Lives; Floyd Family Gathers For Memorial Amid 12th Day Of Protests Across U.S.; Protests Underway Across The U.S. For The 12th Day; Protesters Take A Knee In Atlanta; Protests Continue In Minnesota. Aired 4-5p ET
• Protests Underway Across The U.S. For 12th Straight Day; Protesters Rally For Justice In Name Of George Floyd; NFL Commissioner Says He Was "Wrong" About Player Protests. Aired 6-7p ET
• Crowds Swell In Washington, D.C.; Protests Across L.A; Thousands Protest In Los Angeles; Nationwide Protests A Crisis Test For Trump; A.G. Bill Barr Distancing Himself From Tear-Gassing Protesters Outside St. John's; San Francisco Protesters March Across Golden Gate Bridge. Aired 5-6p ET
• Tens Of Thousands March Across America For Black Lives; D.C. Mayor Requests All Out-Of-City National Guard Leave; Protesters In NYC Street Despite Curfew. Aired 10-11p ET
• Protesters March Across America For Black Lives; New York Curfew In Place As Protesters Keep Marching; Protests Underway Across The U.S. For 12th Night; Officers Plead Not Guilty To Assault Of Elderly Protester; U.S. Coronavirus Death Toll Approaches 110,000; Musicians Join Protesters, Spread Message Of Hope And Change. Aired 11p-12a ET


June 05, 2020
• Police Responsible for George Floyd's Death Appears in Court; Thousands Gather for Floyd's Funeral; Hong Kong Defies Rule to Commemorate Tiananmen Square Crackdown; President Trump Overreaction in Riots; Day 10 Of Protest Remains Largely Peaceful; First Of Several Memorials For George Floyd Held Thursday; Minneapolis Mayor Seen Sobbing At Floyd's Memorial Service; America In Crisis, Protesters Across The United States Demand Social Justice; Black Americans Hit Hard By Coronavirus, Unemployment; Arbery's Shooter Used Racial Epithet; Center For Disease Control Director Under Fire; Coronavirus Pandemic; NBA Plans To Restart Season July 31; Iran Frees Navy Veteran In Deal With United States; Iranian Medical Doctor Released By U.S.; Families Concerned About Americans Jailed In Iran; Vladimir Putin Approves State Of Emergency Over Fuel Spill; Emergency In Norilsk Area After Fuel Poured Into Arctic River. Aired 3-4a ET
• Day 10 of Protests Remains Largely Peaceful; Mourners Honor Floyd, Demand Racial Justice at Memorial; U.S. Lawmaker Grill CDC Director Over COVID-19 Response; Two Coronavirus Studies Retracted Over Data Questions; George Floyd's Passenger: He Did Not Resist; Investigator: Evidence of 'Racist Attitude' Towards Arbery; Thousands Defy Hong Kong Ban to Attend Tiananmen Square; NFL's Drew Brees Apologizes for 'Insensitive' Comments. Aired 12-1a ET
• Three of Four Ex-Officers Arraigned in George Floyd's Death; First of Several Memorials to George Floyd Held Thursday; George Floy's Passenger Said He Did Not Resist; Interview with Opal Tometi, Cofounder, Black Lives Matter, Protests Over Death of George Floyd and Arrests of the Police Officers; CDC Director Says Protesters Should Be Tested for Coronavirus; Economists Say U.S. Unemployment Could Approach 20 Percent. Aired 4-4:30a ET
• Tenth Night Of Protests Across U.S. Over George Floyd's Death; U.S. Gains 2.5 Million Jobs, Unemployment Rate Drops To 13.3 Percent; Investigator Says, Suspect Used Racial Slur After Fatally Shooting Arbery. Aired 10-10:30a ET
• Mourners Honor Floyd, Demand Racial Justice At Memorial; Bail Set For 3 Officers Charged In Floyd's Death; Abrams: Response To Racism Is Multi-Generational; Day 10 Of Protests Remains Largely Peaceful; Two Coronavirus Studies Retracted Over Data Questions; Economists: U.S. Unemployment Could Approach 20 Percen; Mourners Honor Floyd, Demand Racial Justice at Memorial; Investigator: Evidence of "Racist Attitude" Towards Arbery; Trump Meets Campaign Aides as Reelection Fears Rise; NFL's Drew Brees Apologizes for "Insensitive" Comments. Aired 1-2a ET
• Day 10 Of Protests Remains Largely Peaceful; Europeans Protest In Solidarity With U.S.; Police: New Suspect In Madeleine McCann's Disappearance; Three of Four Ex-Officers Arraigned in George Floyd's Death; Protests Have Erupted Around the World After the Death of George Floyd Under Police Custody; New Details Emerge About the Death of Ahmaud Arbery; CDC Director Says Protesters Should be Tested For Coronavirus; War-torn Yemen Could Suffer One of the Worst Outbreaks from the Coronavirus; Russia Declares State of Emergency After Massive Oil Spill in the Arctic Circle. Aired 2-3a ET
• Day 10 of Protests Remains Largely Peaceful; Protesters Across U.S. Demand Social Justice; Investigator Says Evidence of Racist Attitude Toward Arbery; Iran Frees Navy Veteran in Deal with U.S.; Putin Approves State of Emergency Over Fuel Spill; Street Artists Paint Tributes to George Floyd Worldwide; Crump: The Fight for Every Victim is a Fight for America's Soul. Aired 4:30-5a ET
• Mattis Condemns Trump as Threat to Constitution; Black Unemployment Rate Rises; Montel Williams is Interviewed about Military Use by Trump. Aired 9:30-10a
• Interview with Rep. Hakeem Jeffries (D-NY); Universal Studios Opens in Florida Though Cases on the Rise; Heartburn Drug May Help COVID-19 Recovery. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• Interview With Killer Mike; Minneapolis Votes to Ban Police Choke Holds. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• Minneapolis City Council to Hold Emergency Meeting Today; Key Witness Describes Moments Before George Floyd's Death; Officers in Buffalo, New York, Suspended After Shoving 75-Year-Old Man; Protesters in the U.S. Have Peaceful Protests Nationwide After First Memorial for George Floyd; Trump Shares Letter Calling Protesters "Terrorists"; Shocking New Details Emerge in Ahmaud Arbery's Killing. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• Trump Touts New Jobs Numbers; Minneapolis City Council to Hold Emergency Meeting on Police Future; 2 Buffalo Police Officers Suspended after Shoving 75-Year-Old Man to Ground; Trump Speaks on Sharp Turnaround in U.S. Jobs After Historic Losses; Trump's Morning Tweets Focus on GOP Senators; GOP Sen. Susan Collins to Stay in D.C. as Trump Visits Maine; Trump Tweets He'll Campaign Against GOP Sen. Murkowski, Support "Anyone Who Has a Pulse"; New Polls Give Biden Electoral Advantage. Aired 11-11:30a ET
• General John Kelly Says I Agree with Mattis on Trump; Black Lives Matter Message Is Painted on Road to The White House; Protests Around the Country Keep Pressure Up for Systemic Change; Universal Orlando Reopens. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• House Dems To Unveil Legislation On Combating Police Brutality; NFL Players Challenge League In Black Lives Matter Video; Rep. Ocasio- Cortez Debates Primary Challengers. Aired 12:30-1p ET
• Interview with President of Houston Police Officers' Union Joe Gamaldi; Former White House Chief of Staff John Kelly Agrees with Jim Mattis That Trump is Threat to Constitution; Interview with Montgomery County Councilmember Will Jawando. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• New Polls Give Biden Electoral Advantage; Former Military Leaders Condemn Trump's Protest Response; NY Governor Cuomo Gives Update on Coronavirus Response, Talks George Floyd Protests, Buffalo Police Officers Shoving 75-Year-Old Man. Aired 11:30a-12p ET
• Trump Departs White House For Maine; 2 Officers Suspended After Shoving Elderly Man To The Ground; Former Military Leaders Condemn Trump's Protest Response; Gen. John Kelly: I Agree With Mattis On Trump. Aired 12-12:30p ET
• City Where Floyd Killed To Vote On Emergency Police Changes; West Wing Frustrated By Melania Trump's Messaging; Cops Suspended After Pushing Elderly Man During Protest. Aired 1-1:30p ET
• Atlanta Hawks Coach, Lloyd Pierce, Discusses Being Black in America; Black Flight Attendant Shares Conversation with White CEO; High-Profile Cases of Black Americans Killed by Police; Several Alabama Football Players Test Positive for Virus; Trump Administration Ends Social Distancing. Aired 1:30-2p ET
• Martin Davidson, of University of Alabama, Discusses Video of Buffalo Police Shoving Elderly Man; Broadway Stage Manager, Cody Renard Richard, Discusses Racism He's Encountered Backstage; Trump Administration Ends Masks, Social Distancing; CDC Survey: 1/3 of People Used Bleach, Other Risky Cleaning Behavior to Fight Virus; Sharp Turnaround in U.S. Jobs, Stock Gains After Historic Losses. Aired 2:30-3p ET


June 04, 2020
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• Protesters Got What They Want; General James Mattis Broke His Silence; One's Mistake, Everybody's Punishment; America In Crisis; NFL's Brees, Never Agree With Disrespecting The Flag; Protesters In San Francisco Chant No Justice, No Peace; Coronavirus Pandemic; U.S. Facing Rise In Virus Cases Due To Protests; Corporate America Responds To Floyd's Death; Softbank Launches $100 Million Fund For Entrepreneurs Of Color; Justin Trudeau Speechless Of Trump's Protest Response. Aired 3-4a ET
• Protesters Out In Force in Cities Across the U.S.; All Four Ex-Officers Charged In George Floyd's Death; National Guard and Protesters Face Off in Washington; Obama: Feel Hopeful Even as You May Fee Angry; Former U.S. Defense Secretary Mattis Denounces Trump; Esper Breaks with Trump on Using Military to Quell Protests; Boris Johnson Says Racism Has No Place in Our Society; Protests Over Killing of George Floyd Spread Worldwide; SoftBank Fund to help Companies Led By People of Color. Aired 4-4:30a ET
• Largely Peaceful Protests Across U.S. After Ex-Officers Charged; Former Defense Secretary Issues Scathing Rebuke Of Trump; Michigan Sheriff Puts Down Helmet, Walks With Protesters. Aired 10- 10:30a ET
• Nearly 100 Arrested in New York as Protesters Defy Curfew; All 4 Fired Officers Arrested and Charged in George Floyd's Killing; Futures Down as 1.9 Million More Americans Filed for Unemployment Last Week; Key Witness in Floyd's Death Speaks Out for the First Time; All Four Fired Officers Arrested and Charged in George Floyd Killing; Three Charged in Ahmaud Arbery's Murder Face Court Hearing; Former Defense Secretary James Mattis Says Trump Tries to Divide the Country. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• Large Protests Fill Streets in Many American Cities; NFL Brees: Never Agree with Disrespecting the Flag; Protesters Demand Justice, Fair Policing; Teammate Rips Brees for Anti-Kneeling Comments; 16- Year-Old Tennis Star Condemns Silence Against Racism; Hong Kong's Legislative Session Suspended Following Scuffle; Kareem Abdul-Jabbar Calls for Rush to Justice in Op-Ed; Houston Rockets Player Says It's Time for Action; Duchess of Sussex Speaks After Floyd's Death. Aired 4:30-5a ET
• Protests Out in Force in Cities across the U.S.; All Four Officers Charged in George Floyd's Killing; Former Defense Secretary James Mattis Slams Trump as Threat to Constitution; Floyd's Death Sparks Global Protests. Aired 2-3a ET
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• Trump's Protest Response Leaves Trudeau Speechless; Obama's Message of Hope; Police Ban Vigil Marking Tiananmen Square Protests; German Officials: New Suspect in Madeleine McCann Case; Brazil to Test Potential Vaccine Developed by Oxford; NFL's Brees: Never Agree with Disrespecting the Flag. Aired 1-2a ET
• Military Leaders Condemn Trump; Minnesota Elevates Charge against Ex-Officer; Court Hearing in Arbery Case; Fauci Comments on Schools for the Fall; New Video of Sarasota Officer Kneeling on Man's Neck in May. Aired 9:30-10a ET
• George Floyd's Body Arrives at Memorial Site; Memorial in Minneapolis Today for George Floyd; 3 Former Officers Charged in Floyd's Death in Court Today; Former Baltimore State's Attorney, Marilyn Mosby, Discusses How Freddie Gray Case Offers Lessons to Minneapolis Prosecutors; 1.9 Million More Americans Filed Initial Jobless Claims Last Week; Former Defense Secretary James Mattis Issues Strong Rebuke of Trump; Trump Mad at Current Defense Secretary Mark Esper. Aired 11-11:30a ET
• Interview with Genesee County, Michigan Sheriff Chris Swanson; American Situation Weakens Authority Abroad; NFL Quarterback Drew Brees Apologizes for Anthem Comments. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• 3 Fired Officers Making Their First Court Appearance Today; NYT: Black Workers Now Facing Higher Economic Risks; Barr: Confident "Justice Will Be Served" In George Floyd Case. Aired 12:30-1p ET
• Protesters March Through New York City; Drew Brees Apologizes for "Insensitive" Remarks on Anthem Protests; Fauci Says It's Time to Think About Reopening Schools; White House Releases Results of Trump's Annual Physical; Virginia Governor to Have Robert E. Lee Statue Removed. Aired 11:30a-12p ET
• Memorial In Minneapolis Today For George Floyd; George Floyd's Memorial To Take Place On Monday In Houston; Court Hearing For Three Charges In Ahmaud Arbery's Murder; Preliminary Hearing For Suspects In Ahmaud Arbery Killing; GBI Agent: Travis McMichael Reportedly Used Racial Epithet Moments After Shooting. Aired 12-12:30p ET
• George Floyd's Brother to Attend New York City Memorial; Military Leaders Condemn Trump Over His Response to Protests; Drew Brees Apologizes After Backlash Over Flag Comments. Aired 1-1:30p ET
• Sport Journalist, Jemele Hill, Discusses Drew Brees Apologizing for Anthem Protest Remarks & Broncos Coach Apologizes for Saying no Racism in NFL; Murkowski Breaks with GOP, "Struggling" to Support Trump in 2020; Soon, Memorial Service in Minneapolis for George Floyd. Aired 1:30-2p ET


June 03, 2020
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• One Man's Death Shakes the World; People of Color Bears the Signature of Discrimination; Good and Bad Apples Seen in Police Departments; One Photo-Op Isn't Enough for President Trump; Canadian Prime Minister Speechless for 21 Seconds; President Trump Facing Backlash Over Church Appearance; Joe Biden Rips Trump Over Church Photo Op; Former U.S. President Speaks Out On George Floyd's Death; CNN Investigates Extremists' Role In Protests; America In Crisis; Federal Officials Say They've Seen Indications Extremists May Be Taking Part In Riots, But Haven't Provided Evidence; Minnesota Governor Blames Outsiders For Destruction; CNN Found 80 Percent Of Weekend Arrests Were Locals; Questions About Organized Groups Among Protesters; The Role Of Antifa In Protests Over George Floyd's Death; Protest During A Pandemic; NYC Medical Workers Clap In Solidarity With Protesters; Coronavirus Pandemic; Top U.S. Expert Cautiously Optimistic About Vaccine; Officials Warn Protests Could Lead To More Infections; GOP Forced To Seek New State For RNC. Aired 3-4a ET
• Eight Night of Protests Over George Floyd's Death; Peaceful Protests in Washington Turn Violent; Quieter Night in New York After Chaotic Monday; Minnesota Capitol Protests Remain Peaceful; Australian Journalist Attacked by Police in Washington; The World Reacts to U.S. Unrest; Thousand Protest Racism and Police Brutality in Paris. Aired 4-4:30a ET
• Eighth Night of Protests Over George Floyd's Death; Religious Leaders Express Outrage, Slam Tear Gassing; What Will the Protests Mean to Trump in November; Trudeau Hesitant to Criticize Trump Over Protests; Broncos' Head Coach Says, I Don't See Racism in the NFL; Facebook CEO Tries to Explain Stance on Trump Posts; Stimulus Measures, Economic Reopening Boost U.S. Stocks; Washington Man Shelters Dozens of Protesters. Aired 4:30-5a ET
• Peaceful Protesters Defy Curfews On Eight Night Of Demonstrations; Defense Secretary Esper Speaks Amid Nationwide Protests. Aired 10-10:30a ET
• New York Mayor Says Protests Largely Peaceful with Earlier Curfew; Some Protesters Clash with Police Near White House; Minnesota Launches Civil Rights Probe of Minneapolis Police; Defense Official: Esper and Milley "Got Had" By Trump Regarding Church Photo-Op; Defense Secretary Mark Esper Defends the Use of National Guard to Quell Protests; Former Joint Chiefs of Staff "Sickened" to See Violence Used to Clear Path for Trump Church Visit. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• Trump Facing Backlash Over Church Appearance; Facebook Employees Outrage Over Inflammatory Trump Posts; Mexico Reports Largest One-Day Increase In New Cases. Aired 2-3a ET
• Police Chief Marches with Faith Leaders; Governor Apologizes to CNN Reporter; Sports Figures Demand Justice; Arrests During Protests in LA. Aired 9:30-10a
• President Trump Defends Decision to Pose with Bible at Church; Trump Blames Democratic Governors, Says He Could Solve the Protest Problem Fast; Mark Esper: I Do Not Support Using Active Duty Forces to Quell Protests. Aired 11-11:30a ET
• Three Other Officers Involved in George Floyd's Death Charged; Interview With NAACP President Derrick Johnson. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• Secretary Esper Claims Not Aware of Church Photo Op; Interview with Coral Gables Police Chief Ed Hudak; Interview with Anti-Racism Activists Tamika Mallory and Tim Wise. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• Officer Arrested for Floyd's Death Now Charged with 2nd Degree Murder And 3 Other Officers Charged with Aiding and Abetting; Any Minute now Minnesota AG to Announce New Charges in Floyd's Death. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• Minnesota Attorney General to Make Significant Announcement on Additional Charges Made in George Floyd's Case. Aired 11:30-12p ET
• Floyd Family Visits Site Of George Floyd's Death. Aired 12:30- 1p ET
• Announcement Imminent from Minnesota Attorney General Keith Ellison; Three Officers to Be Arrested and Charged, Second-Degree Murder for Derek Chauvin; Minnesota Law Should Favor Second Degree for Derek Chauvin. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• George Floyd's Family Arriving At The Site Of His Death; Minnesota Attorney General To Make Significant Announcement Early This Afternoon; Decision Made On Additional Charges In George Floyd Case. Aired 12-12:30p ET
• Decision Made On Other Officers Involved In Floyd's Death; Derek Chauvin Charged With Third-Degree Murder; Sources Say, Defense Chief Esper On Shaky Ground As Attempts To Distance Himself Received Poorly By White House. Aired 1-1:30p ET
• Decision Imminent On Additional Charges In Floyd's Death; Trump "Not Happy" With Esper's Attempt To Distance Himself; Trump Claims Tear Gas Wasn't Deployed For Photo Op, Despite Eyewitness Video. Aired 1:30-2p ET
• Officer Arrested For Floyd's Death To Be Charged With Second- Degree Murder, Three Others To Be Charged. Aired 2:30-3p ET


June 02, 2020
• Protests and Anger Grows Over George Floyd's Death Under Police Custody; Floyd Protests Hark Back to 1968 U.S. Civil Unrest; President Trump Threatens Military Force if Violence Isn't Stopped; Corporate Community Donating to Fight Racism in United States; China Calls Racial Discrimination in the U.S. a "Social Ill," Adding "Black Lives Matter" and Human Rights Should be Protected; Young Sports Stars Speak Out After George Floyd's Death; Moments of Light Amid a Week of Chaos; Looters Take Advantage of the Chaos; Curfews Fell on Deaf Ears; Police Makes Way for POTUS' Photo-Op; Police Chief Kicked Out Over Protestor's Death; Story Repeats Itself. Aired 3-4a ET
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• Protests Erupt For Seventh Day After Trump Threatens Military Action; Video Shows Car Striking NYPD Officer Amid Unrest; Joe Biden Speaks On Civil Unrest, Nationwide Protests. Aired 10-10:30a ET
• Protest Turn Violent In New York, Stores Looted; Facebook Employees Stage Virtual Walkout Over Trump Posts; Police Officers Join Protesters In Show Of Solidarity; Religious Leaders Condemn POTUS' Photo-Op; Widespread Looting in NYC before and after Curfew; Atlanta Police Take a Knee with Protesters; Trudeau: Racism is Real in North America; Protesters in Denver Break Curfew, Pay Tribute to George Floyd. Aired 2-3a ET
• Peaceful Protests Tear-Gassed For Trump Church Photo Op; Public Memorials For George Floyd Announced; Trump Threatens To Use Military To Dominate Protesters. Aired 1-1:30p ET
• Louisville Police Chief Fired; Protests Intensify in Atlanta; Dozens Arrested for Looting in Los Angeles; White Supremacists Pose as ANTIFA; Royce White is Interviewed about Leading Peaceful Protests in Minneapolis. Aired 9:30-10a
• Peaceful Protesters Tear Gassed for Trump Church Photo Op; Video Shows Car Striking NYPD Officer Amid Unrest; George Floyd's Brother Calls for Peaceful Protests; Two Autopsies Say George Floyd's Death was Homicide; Four-State Governors Declined Defense Secretary's Request for Additional National Guard Members to D.C.; Trump Threatens Military Action to Stop Violent Protests; Protesters Tear-Gassed for Trump Church Photo-Op. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• Major Protests Continue Nationwide. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• White Supremacist Group Poses As "Antifa" On Twitter; Gov. Cuomo "Disappointed," "Outraged" At Looting Overnight; Primary Voting Happening Today Amid Protests, Pandemic. Aired 12:30-1p ET
• Live Coverage of Joe Biden Speech; Protest Movement is Unifying Diverse Voices; Interview with Detroit Police Chief James Craig. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• Major Protests Underway in Los Angeles, NYC, Washington; Bishop Says Trump Used Church and Bible for Message Antithetical to Jesus; Minnesota Governor Announces Investigation into Minneapolis Police Department; Protesters March in George Floyd's Hometown of Houston. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• Night in New York Dominated by Looters; Barriers Up in D.C.'s Lafayette Park Today; Interview with Former Missouri Highway Patrol Captain Ron Johnson. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• Louisville Police Chief Fired After Business Owner Killed; Peaceful Protesters Tear-Gassed For President Donald Trump Church Photo-op; President Donald Trump Allies In Congress React To President's Handling Of Protests; Former Minneapolis Mayor: I Know Our Cops Have A Problem; World Health Organization: 133 Potential Coronavirus Vaccines In The Works. Aired 12-12:30p ET
• Trump Threatens Military Action to Stop Violent Protests; Peaceful Protesters Tear Gassed for Trump Church Photo Op; Joe Biden Speaks Out in Contrast of Trump; Two Autopsies Say George Floyd's Death was Homicide; George Floyd's Bother Calls for Peaceful Protests. Aired 11-11:30a ET
• Episcopal Bishop Outraged Over Trump Church Photo Op; At Least 21 States See More COVID-19 Cases as Country Reopens; New York City Sets Earlier Curfew to Stop Widespread Looting. Aired 11:30-12p ET
• Trump Threatens to Use Military to Dominate Protesters; Peaceful Protesters Tear Gassed for Trump Church Photo Op; Amid Chaos, Moments of Unity Among Police and Protesters; Protesters Gather Near Police Headquarters in New York City and Los Angeles. Aired 1:30-2p ET
• Protests Underway in Los Angeles, New York City and Washington. Aired 2:30-3p ET


June 01, 2020
• Total Pandemonium Seen in U.S. Capital; Domino Effect of Floyd's Death Palpable from Around the Globe; People are Calling to Stop Racial Injustices; Anger and Protests Erupt Across United States Over the Death of George Floyd Under Police Custody; Fighting Coronavirus Pandemic Across the Americas; United States Has a Long History of Protesting Racial Injustice; Police Officer Empathizes with Front-Line Protesters. Aired 3-4a ET
• Floyd Killing Jolts U.S. with Peaceful Protest and Overnight Riots; Two Atlanta Cops Fired for Excessive Force Against College Student; Peaceful Demonstrations Turn Violent in Nation's Capital; National Guard Called in to Assist Police in Philadelphia; Police Officers Kneel in Solidarity with Protests; Mayors Try to Calm Shaken Communities; Target Temporarily Closing some Stores Amid Protests; In Brazil, Rare Anti-Government Protest Amid Pandemic. Aired 4-4:30a ET
• Sixth Night Of Mass Protests Across U.S. Over Death Of George Floyd; Violent Clashes Overshadow Peaceful Protests Across U.S. Aired 10-10:30a ET
• Pope Blesses Faithful Publicly for First Time Since March; Floyd Killing Jolts U.S. with Peaceful Protest and Overnight Riots; Minneapolis PD Chief Sued in 2007 Claiming Department Tolerated Racism; NYC Protests Turn Violent, After Largely Peaceful Sunday; Trucks Deployed to Limit Access to Chicago Business District; Evictions Loom as State Rend Freezes Expire; Message of Change Resonating Globally After Floyd Killing; Michigan Shariff Puts Down His Weapon, Marches with Protesters. Aired 4:30-5a ET
• Extensive Protest Aftermath Today Across the Country; COVID-19 Treatments Entering Human Trial Phase; Interview with Kareem Abdul- Jabbar. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• U.S. States Protest Over George Floyd's Death; Peaceful March Becomes Violent in Washington; Chief of Police of Minneapolis Talks to the Floyd Family; Man Drove Truck into Protesters Arrested; Two Atlanta Police Officers Fired; Los Angeles County in State of Emergency; Conflict Between Law Enforcement and President Trump on Who is Inciting Violence. Aired 2-3a ET
• Sixth Night of Mass Protests Across U.S. Over Death of George Floyd; National Security Adviser Tells CNN He Doesn't Think There's Systemic Racism in the U.S.; Around 4,000 Arrested Nationally Since the Death of George Floyd. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• National Guard Called into Philadelphia; Sixth Night of Protest over Floyd Death; Owners Watched Looters Destroy Pharmacy; White House Reaches out to Black Leaders. Aired 9:30-10a
• President Trump Slams Governors, Tells Them to 'Dominate' Protesters; American Unrest. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• MN Gov: Curfews Being Extended, National Guard Will Stand Down. Aired 12:30-1p ET
• Trump to Speak with Governors as Anger Rages; Protests for Justice Seen in All 50 States; Source: WH Reaching Out to Black Leaders for a "Listening Session"; President Obama on Nationwide Unrest: "Let's not Excuse Violence". Aired 11-11:30a ET
• Live Coverage of George Floyd's Brother's Prayer Vigil; Interview with Martin Luther King III; Trump Requests Governors Respond to Protests with Increased Force. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• Virginia Police Chief Joined Protesters; Minneapolis Police Chief Says 3 Officers Were Complicit in Floyd' Death; Attorney on Independent Autopsy Says Police Were the Reason for Floyd's Death; Floyd Family Attorney Announces Their Autopsy Results. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• Protests Erupt Across U.S. over George Floyd's Death; Trump Admin Blames Left-Wing Group for Protest Violence; Experts Fear Virus Could Spread During Mass Protests; A History of Protesting Racial Injustice. Aired 1-2a ET
• Solidarity Protests Pop Up In Cities Around The World; Businesses Coast To Coast Reeling From Violent Protests, Looting; President Donald Trump Takes Brutal Tone With Some Governors; Former Vice President Joe Biden Calls For Unity In Meeting With Community Leaders On Protests; Former President Barack Obama: State & Local Leaders Matter Most In Reforming Justice System. Aired 12-12:30p ET
• Trump On Call With Governors: Most Of You Are Weak; Nearly 500 Arrested During Minneapolis Protests This Weekend. Aired 1-1:30p ET
• Derek Chauvin's First Court Appearance Postponed; Minneapolis Police Chief Talks To Floyd Family For First Time; George Floyd's Family Arrives At Memorial Site; George Floyd's Brother Leads Prayer Vigil At Site Of Death. Aired 1:30-2p ET
• Trump On Call With Governors: Most Of You Are Weak; Nearly 4,000 Arrested Nationally Since Death Of George Floyd; Health Experts Fear Protest Will Cause Cases To Spike; Florida Keys Reopen As Hurricane Season Starts. Aired 2:30-3p ET
• Tracking the Role of Extremists in Violent Protests; COVID-19 Threat Looms during Nationwide Protests; Medical Groups: Racism is a Public Health Issue. Aired 11:30a-12p ET


May 31, 2020
• Fire And Fury Spread Across U.S. In Fifth Night Of Protests; National Guard Deployed To Los Angeles; NYPD: 120 Arrests And Counting; Protesters Beg Looters And Vandals To Stop Violence; Philly: Officers Injured, Dozens Arrested; Almost 25,000 New U.S. Coronavirus Cases In 24 Hours; England Removes Restrictions On "Extremely Vulnerable"; SpaceX-NASA Launch. Aired 2-3a ET
• Police Clear Downtown Minneapolis Streets; Fire And Fury Spread Across U.S. In Fifth Night Of Protests; Virus Fears Spread As Protesters Crowd Streets; Civil Rights Icon John Lewis Appeals For Peaceful Protest; National Guard Deployed To Los Angeles; Dangers Of The Knee-To-Neck Technique; Remembering George Floyd; Detecting COVID- 19 In Wastewater; SpaceX-NASA Launch. Aired 3-4a ET
• New York Governor: Inequality Has To Be Addressed; Fire And Fury Spread Across U.S. In Fifth Night Of Protests; Police Clear Downtown Minneapolis Streets; New York City Poised To Reopen In Two Weeks; Post-Violence Curfews Imposed On At Least 25 U.S. Cities; Miami Sees Around-The-Clock Protests; England Removes Restrictions On "Extremely Vulnerable"; SpaceX-NASA Launch. Aired 4-5a ET
• Philadelphia Mayor Denounces What He Calls Anarchists for Looting; White House Staff Told to Avoid Coming into Work Due to Protests; Heavy Police Response in Minnesota Following Violent Protests; National Guard Deployed to Los Angeles After Violence, Looting; Aired 4-5p ET
• Pain, Outrage and Desperation Spill Out into the Streets of America. 7-8p ET
• Sixth Day Of Mass Protests In States Around The U.S.; Trump Threatens To Classify Antifa As Terrorist Organization; White House Staff Advised To Avoid Coming To The White House. Aired 5-6p ET
• Protests Erupt For Sixth Day Following Death Of George Floyd; Six People Shot, One Killed Overnight In Chicago. Aired 6-7p ET
• Anger And Frustration Spills Across The Country For A Fifth Night; At Least 13 States Activate National Guard Amid Violent Protest; Video Shows NYPD Vehicle Driving Through Protesters. Aired 5- 6a ET


May 30, 2020
• Outrage Spills across America; U.S. Leads the World in Coronavirus Deaths; Trump Pulls Funding from WHO; Minnesota Governor Holds Press Conference. Aired 2-3a ET
• Outrage Spills across America; Andrew Young, Former Atlanta Mayor and Former Ambassador to the United Nations, on Civil Rights in the U.S.; U.S. Leads the World in Coronavirus Deaths. Aired 3-4a ET
• Outrage Spills across America; U.S. Leads the World in Coronavirus Deaths; Trump Pulls Funding from WHO. Aired 4-5a ET
• First Launch Of Astronauts From U.S. Soil In Nine Years; A First For Space: Private Company Launches Astronauts From U.S. Soil; President Trump In Florida For SpaceX Launch. Aired 3-4p ET
• Protests Erupt Across U.S. Following Death Of George Floyd; Sen. Amy Klobuchar (D-MN) Is Interviewed About The Protests Following The Death Of George Floyd; Tensions Rise In Chicago; Trump Tweets Provocative Comments After Protesters Clashed With Secret Service Outside White House; Trump Suggests D.C. Mayor Refused To Allow Metro Police To Assist Secret Service During Protests At White House. Aired 4-5p ET
• Protests Erupt Across The U.S. Following The Death Of George Floyd; Philadelphia Mayor Institutes Mandatory Citywide 8 P.M. To 6 A.M. Curfew, Per Police; MN Gov: I'm Mobilizing National Guard To Shut Down Violence On Streets. Aired 6-7p ET
• Minnesota Governor Announces Full Mobilization Of State's National Guard; Protests Erupt Across U.S. Following Death Of George Floyd; Los Angeles Mayor Declares 8 P.M. Curfew; Protesters And Police Clash In Los Angeles; Chicago Protesters Vandalize Police Cars. Aired 7-8p ET
• Trump Addresses Protests Erupting Across U.S.; Trump Tweets Provocative Comments After Protesters Clashed With Secret Service Outside White House; Protests Get Tense In Chicago; Protests Heating Up In Los Angeles; Protesters Gather In New York's Time Square. Aired 5-6p ET
• Continuing Protests Around The United States; Chicago Police Clash With Protesters; Protests Erupt Across U.S. Following Death Of George Floyd; Atlanta Mayor Sets Curfew For 9:00 P.M. To Sunrise. Aired 8-9p ET
• Minnesota Imposes Curfew To Reduce Potential Riots; Minnesota Authorities State Agitators From Out Of State Joining Riots; National Guard Mobilized To Combat Riots In Minnesota; U.S. Attorney General William Barr Speaks About Riots In Wake Of Death Of George Floyd; Law Enforcement Officer Shot And Killed During Riots In Oakland, California; CNN Center Building In Atlanta Damaged By Demonstrators. Aired 2-3p ET
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May 29, 2020
• Minneapolis Police Precinct Burning Amid Protests Over Death of George Floyd; Protests Spreading Over the Death of George Floyd. Aired 12-1a ET
• Police Precinct Burns in Minneapolis Amid Protests; Violent Protests Over Death of George Floyd; Floyd's Brother Demands Justice; Twitter Responds to Trump's Tweet on Minnesota; Trump Signs Executive Order Targeting Social Media; California Records Most New Cases in 24 Hours. Aired 4-4:30a ET
• George Floyd's Death Resulting To Burning Police Department and Some Businesses Nearby; President Trump On Signing An Executive Order Against Social Media; President Trump On New Measures On China; France On Reopening Some Businesses; George Floyd's Death Spark Nationwide Outrage; President Trump Threaten to Intervene in Minneapolis; CDC Warns Coronavirus Will Claim More Lives; Latin America Reaps What They Sow. Aired 3-4a ET
• George Floyd's Death Sparks Outrage Across U.S.; National Guard Activated as Protests Grow in Minneapolis; CDC Projects 123,000 Plus U.S. Deaths by June 20; Role of Social Media in Protest Movements; Mixed Signals, Misleading Messages from Top Officials; Diplomatic Backlash to China's National Security Law in Hong Kong. Aired 1-2a ET
• Violent Protest Over Death of George Floyd; Minneapolis Police Precinct on Fire Amid Protests; COVID-19 Takes Deadly Toll on African Americans; China's Hong Kong National Security Law Triggers Backlash; Brazil Sets Record with 26,000+ New Cases in One Day; Countries in Europe Go Ahead with Further Easing; England to Ease Restrictions as Cases Decline; Parks, Beaches, Lakes to Reopen Across France. Aired 4:30-5a ET
• Did Not Air 12-1a ET
• Fires, Protests In Minneapolis As Outrage Spreads Across U.S.. Aired 10-10:30a ET
• Fires, Protests in Minneapolis After Third Night of Protests; CNN Reporter and Crew Released After Being Arrested in Minneapolis; Governor of Minnesota Apologizes to CNN for the Arrest of its Reporter; Trump Calls Minnesota Protesters "Thugs". Aired 9-9:30a ET
• Anger and Protests Continue to Rage in Minnesota Over Death of George Floyd Under Police Custody; Minneapolis Mayor Speaks Amid Violent Protest; Minneapolis Police Precinct Burns As Protest Grow; Brazil Sets Record With 26,000+ New Cases In One Day. Aired 2-3a ET
• Trump Calls Protesters Thugs; CDC Projects More than 123,000 Deaths by June 20th; Fires and Protests in Minneapolis. Aired 9:30- 10a
• Interview With Minnesota State Senator Jeff Hayden; Minneapolis Police Officer Charged With Third-Degree Murder. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• Anger Rages Across America Over Floyd's Death In Custody; Stars, Activists Demand Arrests And Charges In Floyd's Death; Officer Who Knelt On George Floyd Taken Into Custody. Aired 1-1:30p ET
• Soon, Minnesota Governor to Hold News Conference Amid Minneapolis Unrest; CNN Reporter, Crew Released after Being Arrested in Minneapolis & Minnesota Governor Apologizes; Mayor Melvin Carter (D-St. Paul) Discusses Minneapolis Unrest, Business Damaged in St. Paul & Trump Comments about Looters; Trump Suggests Shooting Minneapolis Looters; Twitter Censors Trump Tweet on Minneapolis Unrest; Minneapolis Mayor: "Trump Knows Nothing About the Strength of Minneapolis"; 15 States See Rise in Coronavirus Cases; NY Governor Signs "No Mask, No Entry" Executive Order. Aired 11-11:30a ET
• Trump Twitter Dispute Escalates; CDC Predicts 23,000 Additional COVID-19 Deaths in Next Three Weeks; Interview with Minnesota Star Tribune Video Journalist. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• Officer Charged With 3rd Degree Murder and Manslaughter; Trump Fails to Mention Minneapolis and Protests; Actor Uses Comedy to Address Serious Issue. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• Governor Tim Walz Speaks Amid Protests, Violence in Minnesota. Aired 11:30a-12p ET
• Minnesota Attorney General: The Wheels Of Justice Must Turn Swiftly; Minnesota Attorney General: Floyd's Death "Is Absolutely Intolerable"; Minnesota Governor: "My Expectation" That Justice In Floyd's Death Will Be "Swift"; Minnesota Governor: Protesters "Should Expect More Than Words"; Minnesota Governor: My First Responsibility Is Safety Of All Citizens. Aired 12-12:30p ET
• Fired Minneapolis Police Officer Derek Chauvin Taken into Custody; Biden Speaks on George Floyd's Death; Nightclub Owner Gives Details about Officer Arrested. Aired 1:30-2p ET
• Former Minneapolis Police Officer Derek Chauvin Charged with 3rd-Degree Murder in Death of George Floyd; Trump Tries to Clean Up, "When the Looting Starts, Let the Shooting Start" Comment; Interview with Marquez Claxton, Director, Black Law Enforcement Alliance; Trump Holds News Conference Amid Protests, Pandemic; Trump Announces He's Terminating U.S. Relations with WHO; Trump Announces Hong Kong Is No Longer Autonomous from China, Will No Longer Receive Special Treatment. Aired 2:30-3p ET
• MN Gov: My First Responsibility is Safety of All Citizens. Aired 12:30-1p ET
• Derek Chauvin Taken Into Custody; Live Coverage of Minneapolis Prosecutor Press Conference; Interview with Martin Luther King III. Aired 2-2:30p ET


May 28, 2020
• Coronavirus in the U.S. Has Now Taken More Than 100,000 Americans; Protest Spark Over African-American's Brutal Death; Dr. Fauci Says Wearing a Mask Saves Others; Latin Countries Now the New Epicenter of Coronavirus; China's NPC Approves New Law for Hong Kong; China Approves Security Law For Hong Kong; Russian Doctors Facing Hostility; Coronavirus Pandemic, Britain To Formally Review Lockdown Measures; Boris Johnson, Cummings On Controversy A Political Ding- Dong; England To Launch Coronavirus Test And Trace System; Sweden's Unique Approach Yield Hope, Controversy; Sweden Breaks Status Quo With Relaxed Measures; Care Homes Account For About Half Of Sweden's Deaths; Moscow To Ease Restrictions From June 1; Russia's frontline Doctors Facing Hostility, Mistrust; Russian Doctors Decry Shortages, Rise In Hostility; U.S. Jobless Claims Last Week Forecast To Climb By 2.1 Million; European Union Proposes $825 Billion Rescue Plan; Coronavirus Stimulus Package; U.N. Predicts 70 Percent Drop In Tourism In 2020; Easy Jet To Lay Off A Third Of Its Employees; Launch Scrubbed, SpaceX Postpones Historic Launch Due To Bad Weather. Aired 3-4a ET
• Leading Experts: Masks Prevent Spread of Coronavirus; Fauci: Good Chance for Vaccine by End of Year; Scientists: Six Feet May Not Be Enough; Trump Distractions a Sharp Contrast to JFK's Message; Remembering Some of the 100K Americans Who Died; Brazil Reports 1,000+ Deaths, 20K+ Cases in One Day; Protests Intensify in Minnesota Over George Floyd's Death; Russia's Frontline Doctors Facing Hostility, Mistrust, Pandemic Brings Unique Challenges to Bangladesh Brothel; Tabitha Brown Shares Message of Joy and Hope Amid Pandemic. Aired 12- 1a ET
• U.S. Death Toll Surpasses 100,000; Second Day of U.S. Protests Over George Floyd's Death; Chinese Premier Give Rare Press Conference; China Approves Plans for Security Law for Hong Kong; Latin America Becomes New Epicenter as Cases Spike; British Prime Minister Says Inquiry into Cummings Would Be Waste of Time. Aired 4-4:30a ET
• Virus Kills More Than 100,000 Americans In Less Than Four Months; Violent Protests Erupt In Minneapolis Over George Floyd's Death. Aired 10-10:30a ET
• U.S. Death Toll Surpasses 100,000; Economic Fallout Hitting U.S. Small Business Owners; U.S. Jobless Claims Last Week Forecast to Climb by 2.1 Million; Protests Intensify Over George Floyd's Death; Pompeo Says Hong Kong No Longer Autonomous from China; Remembering Some of the 100,000+ Americans Who Died. Aired 4:30-5a ET
• U.S. Death Toll Surpasses 100,000; Trump Silent On U.S. Surpassing 100,000 COVID-19 Deaths; Trump To Announce Executive Order Against Social Media; Protests Intensifies In Minnesota Over George Floyd's Death; China Expected To Approve Security Law For Hong Kong; The Devastating Story Behind the U.S. COVID-19 Death Toll; Economic Fallout Hitting U.S. Small Business Owners; Ethics of Profiting from a Vaccine the World Needs; Latin America Now the Outbreak's Epicenter; SpaceX Postpones Historic Mission Due to Bad Weather; Troy Deeney Shares Concerns over Premier League Restart. Aired 1-2a ET
• European Union Proposes $825 Billion Rescue Plan; China Expected To Approve Security Law For Hong Kong; Protests Intensify Over George Floyd's Death; U.S. Death Toll Surpasses 100K; Remembering Some of the 100K Americans Who Died; Brazil Reports 1,000+ Deaths, 20K+ Cases in One Day. Aired 2-3a ET
• George Floyd's Death Sparks Protests; Over 40 Million Americans Filed for Unemployment; Minority-Owned Businesses Suffer; Twitter Fact-Checks Trump. Aired 9:30-10a
• Coronavirus Cases Rising in 16 States; Outrage Grows Over George Floyd's Death. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• Science Experts: Change in Behavior More Crucial Than a Vaccine; Coronavirus Kills More Than 100,000 Americans in Less Than 4 Months; Violent Protests Erupt in Minneapolis Over George Floyd's Death. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• Interview with Harvard Professor of Health Communication Vish Viswanath; New Law in China Threatens Hong Kong Freedom; Interview with Montgomery, Alabama Mayor Steven Reed. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• Protests over George Floyd Death Turn into Riots, Looting; U.S. Passes 100,000 Deaths; Dr. Crystal Watson Discusses U.S.'s 100,000 Coronavirus Deaths, CDC Releasing Return-to-Work Guidelines. Aired 11- 11:30a ET
• Minneapolis Mayor Calls George Floyd's Death "Murder"; Coronavirus Taking Deadlier Toll On African-American In U.S.; Minneapolis Officials Speak On Protests After George Floyd's Death. Aired 12:30-1p ET
• Trump Shifts Culture Wars As 100,000+ Die in The U.S.; President Trump to Sign Executive Order Targeting Social Media; COVID Takes A Disproportional Death Toll on African Americans; 40 Million People File for Unemployment Since Mid-March. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• Minneapolis U.S. Attorney & FBI Investigating Death of George Floyd; NY Governor Cuomo Gives Update on Coronavirus Response; Chris Rock, Rosie Perez Team Up with Cuomo on "Wear A Mask" Message. Aired 11:30a-12p ET
• Protests Continue in Minneapolis Today Following the Death of George Floyd; U.S. COVID-19 Deaths Reach 100,000 as Social Distancing May Need Increase; Interview with Presidential Historian Jeffrey Engel. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• New Yorkers Chris Rock & Rosie Perez Discuss Impact On Minorities; New York Governor Andrew Cuomo Defends Decision To Send COVID Patients To Nursing Homes; 40 Plus Million Americans File For Unemployment Benefit In 10 Weeks; Former Vice President Joe Biden Offers Condolences As U.S. Deaths Tops 100,000; George Floyd's Death Triggers Violence, Fires, Looting. Aired 12-12:30p ET
• Riots Erupt Over Demands That Cops Be Charged In Death; Trump Tweets Sympathies, Stokes Cultural Wars As 100,000+ Die. Aired 1-1:30p ET
• Pennsylvania Democrats Accuse GOP Colleagues of Coverup After Hiding Coronavirus Diagnosis; State Rep. Brian Sims (D-PA) Discusses GOP Members Silent on Colleague Testing Positive; Trump to Sign Executive Order to Reign In Social Media after Twitter Fact-Check; Trump Executive Order Targets Communications Decency Act, Section 230; Zuckerberg CEO Blasts Twitter Fact-Checks, Dr. Dave Montgomery Discuss the Controversy over 6-Feet Social Distancing & Why COVID-19 Disproportionately Affects African Americans. Aired 1:30-2p ET
• Interview with Council of Economic Advisers Chair Kevin Hassett on Economy, Unemployment; Rosanne Cash's Daughter Verbally Assaulted over Mask; Sen. Tim Kaine, Wife Tested Positive for Coronavirus in March; Boston Announces Cancellation of Marathon; Update on Coronavirus Responses Around the World. Aired 2:30-3p ET


May 27, 2020
• President Trump Mocks Joe Biden for Following Health Expert's Advice; Health Experts Looking at Brazil's Spike in Cases; Protests Erupted in Hong Kong Amid a Pandemic; P.M. Boris Johnson No Plan to Oust Dominic Cummings; Coronavirus Pandemic; Tourism In Crisis, Saving The Summer Season; Floor Trading Resumes At New York Stock Exchange; Asian Markets At This Hour; All Three Major U.S. Indexes Closed Higher On Tuesday; President Macron Announces $8.8 Billion Auto Industry Bailout; Renault To Announce Cost-Cutting Plan This Week; Spain Starts 10-Day Long Mourning For Covid-19 Victims; Spain Attempts To Save Summer Tourism Amid Covid-19; Hotels Prepare For The Future Of Hospitality; Hotel Rethink Service As Guest Stay Home; Migrant Workers In Lebanon Hit By Crisis; Dubai Allows Cinema And Gyms To Reopen; Mosque To Reopen In Saudi Arabia Starting May 31; Middle East Countries Begin To Ease Confinement Measures; Lebanon's Lockdown Pushes Migrants Workers To the Streets; SpaceX Prepares For Historic Launch; The Controversies And Conquest Of Elon Musk. Aired 3-4a ET
• CDC Warns Antibody Tests Could be Wrong Up to Half the Time; NYSE Floor Reopens with Changes After Shutdown; Ten Vaccine Candidates Now in Human Trials; Trump Mocks Biden for Wearing Face Mask; Video Shows Cop Kneeling on Neck of Suspect Who Later Died; Twitter Flags Potentially Misleading Trump Tweets; Protests Break Out in Hong Kong Over National Anthem Bill. Aired 4-4:30a ET
• In the Heart of the Amazon Virus Deaths Overwhelm Manaus; Germany Extends Social Distancing Rules to June 29; U.K. Prime Minister Under Fire Over Chief Aide's Breach of Lockdown; U.S. Farmers Facing Serious Labor Shortages; Pro Sports Teams Take New Steps to Return Safely; SpaceX Prepares for Historic Launch. Aired 4:30-5a ET
• Trump Politicizes Wearing Masks Despite Evidence It Saves Lives; Brazil Surpasses U.S. In Daily Deaths From Coronavirus; Hundreds Of Protesters Demand Justice After George Floyd's Death. Aired 10-10:30a ET
• Protests in Minnesota over Death; Stocks Rise at Open amid Optimism; Trump Threatens to Close down Social Media Platforms. Aired 9:30-10a
• Floor Trading Resumes at New York Stock Exchange; Ten Vaccine Candidates Now in Human Trials; Protests Erupt in Hong Kong amid Pandemic; Trump Adviser Blames China for COVID-19 Deaths; Trump Focuses on Conspiracies, False Claims & Insults as U.S. Death Toll Mounts; Biden Blasts Trump for Mocking Face Masks; Renault-Nissan to Announce Recovery Plan; Spain Attempts to Save Tourism Amid COVID-19; Lebanon's Lockdown Pushes Migrant Workers to the Streets; U.S. Farmers Facing Serious Labor Shortages; SpaceX Prepares for Historic Launch. Aired 12-1a ET
• U.S. Nears 100,000 Coronavirus Deaths; Historic Space Launch. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• Trump to Meet with Governor Cuomo on Infrastructure Projects as New York Reopens; Interview with Dr. Anthony Fauci on States Reopening as U.S. Nears 100,000 Deaths; U.S. Nears 100,000 Deaths as States Reopen; Protests in Minneapolis After a Blackman Dies Amid Police Encounter; Biden Fires Back at Trump for Mocking Him for Wearing a Mask. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• NYSE Floor Reopens With Changes After Shutdown; Trump Mocks Biden For Wearing Face Mask; U.S. CDC: Antibody Tests For COVID-19 Are Often Wrong; Anger Over Brazilian President's Botched Virus Response; China Seeks To Pass National Security Law For Hong Kong; Trump Adviser Blames China For U.S. COVID-19 Deaths; Twitter Fact Checks Trump's False Claim of Voter Fraud; Joe Biden Blasts Trump for Mocking Face Masks; Floor Trading Resumes at New York Stock Exchange; Macron Announces $8.8 Billion Auto Industry Bailout; The Controversies and Conquests of Elon Musk; German Bundesliga Rivals Play Crucial Match without Fans. Aired 1-2a ET
• Health Experts Looking at Brazil's Spike in Cases; Birx Reminds Public to Wear Face Masks; U.S. Deaths Approach 99K; Protests Erupt in Hong Kong amid Pandemic; Trump Mocks Democratic Rival For Wearing A Mask; Joe Biden Holds First Face-To-Face Interview Since Coronavirus Pandemic Upended Campaign; Floor Trading Resumes At New York Stock Exchange. Aired 2-3a ET
• NHL and NFL Set to Reopen with Extended Championship Playoffs; Interview with CareerBuilder CEO Irina Novoselsky; Interview with Former Astronaut Leroy Chiao. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• Pompeo To Congress: Hong Kong Has Lost High Degree Of Autonomy; Officials Declined Inspection As Outbreak At Tyson Plant Grew; SpaceX To Launch Two NASA Astronauts Into Orbit. Aired 12:30-1p ET
• Trump Says Masks Unessential But Fauci Says Wearing Masks Is What You Should Be Doing; Dr. Alex Marson Discusses Fauci's Warning of Uptick of Cases as States Open, Reliability of Antibody Tests; Dr. Bruce Tromberg Discusses NIH Offering Seed Money to Entrepreneurs Creating Rapid Testing Technology; Disney World Proposes Phased Reopening of Parks on July 11; Trump Pushes Conspiracy Theories about TV Show Host; Trump: People Who "Aren't Citizens" Will Be able to Get Mail-in-Ballots. Aired 11-11:30a ET
• U.S. Nears Grim Milestone as Death Toll Approaches 100,000; Brazil Surpasses U.S. in Daily COVID-19 Deaths; George Floyd Family Calls for Officers to Be Charged with Murder; Soon First Manned Rocket to Launch from U.S. Soil in 9 Years. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• Interview with Joe Biden; Biden Tweets "Wear a Mask"; Big-Tech Stocks Surge to Near-Record High; George Floyd Family: Firing Police Officers Not Enough; Source: Pentagon Drafting Plans to Bring U.S. Troops Back from Afghanistan Ahead of Schedule. Aired 11:30a-12p ET
• Sources: Pentagon Drafting Plans To Bring U.S. Troops Back From Afghanistan Ahead Of Schedule; Research: Stay-At-Home Orders Tied To Decreased Coronavirus Hospitalizations; Ex-FDA Chief: Hospitalization Uptick Probably A Result Of Reopening; Ohio Governor Mike DeWine: Wearing A Mask Is About Loving Your Fellowmen And Women; France Bans Hydroxychloroquine Amid Safety Concerns. Aired 12-12:30p ET
• NY Governor Cuomo Gives Update On Coronavirus Response; Disney World Proposes Phased Reopening Of Parks On July 11; Fauci: Wearing Mask A Symbol Of "What You Should Be Doing"; Astronauts Arrive At Launch Pad As Historic Liftoff Looms; Pastor Ron Hill Discusses Signing Petition To Open California Churches & Will Open Church Because The Holy Spirit Told Him To, Not the Governor. Aired 1:30-2p ET
• Update On Coronavirus Responses Around The Country; Dr. Jorge Rodriquez Discusses Avoiding Second Wave Of Virus; Salon Owner Who Denied Tyson Workers Reverses Policy; Gwen Carr, Mother Of Eric Garner, Discusses Death Of George Floyd; White House Press Secretary Defends Own Record Of Mail-in Voting After Defending Trump. Aired 2:30-3p ET
• SpaceX Prepares for First Commercial Space Launch Despite Worsening Weather; SpaceX Spacecraft May Be Safest in History; The U.S. Approaches 100,000 COVID-19 Deaths. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• U.S. Nears 100,000 Coronavirus Deaths As States Reopen; New York Governor Holds News Conference After Meeting With Trump. Aired 1- 1:30p ET


May 26, 2020
• WHO Warns of a Second Peak; U.S. Impose Travel Ban from Brazil; Americans Defied Rules on Memorial Day; British P.M.'s Chief Adviser Defended His Actions; Coronavirus Pandemic; New York Stock Exchange Set To Reopen Trading Floor; Traders Set To Return To Floor Of NYSE; Crowd Packs Alabama's Beaches For Holiday Weekend; Some Tourists Begin Returning To Michigan Resort Area; Researcher, There Is No Mystery To Controlling The Virus; Manhunt Underway For Student Suspected Of Two Homicides; Big Crowds And The Spread Of Germs; Dr. Birx, We Need Masks When We Can't Be Social Distant; Simulation Shows The Power Of A Cough And How Far It Goes; China's Military Vows To Uphold National Sovereignty In Hong Kong; Top Chinese Military Commander For Hong Kong, Army Determined To Safeguard National Sovereignty; Security Law Guarantees Civil Liberties. Aired 3-4a ET
• U.S. Nears 100,000 Deaths As Concerns Over Spread Grow; Concern Grows Over Rising Cases In Rural Communities; California Church Asks Supreme Court To Block In-Person Restrictions. Aired 10-10:30a ET
• World Health Organization Warns of Second Peak; Many Americans Refuse to Social Distance on Holiday; 10th Company Begins Human Trials on Possible Vaccine; Trump Threatens to Move Republican National Convention; Brazilian City in the Heart of the Amazon Overwhelmed by Virus; U.K. Prime Minister's Advisor Defends Violating the Lockdown; Italy Requesting Civil Assistant Volunteers. Aired 4-4:30a ET
• WHO Warns of Second Peak; Crowds Pack Parks, Beaches for Holiday Weekend; U.S. Imposes Travel Ban from Brazil; Uproar in U.K., PM's Adviser Defends His Actions; Hong Kong Leader: Security Law Guarantees Civil Liberties; Hong Kong Leader: Security Law Guarantees Civil Liberties; Denmark to Begin Widespread Testing; Italy Requesting 'Civil Assistant' Volunteers; Delta & United Airlines Caught Up in U.S.-China Tensions; Trump Observes Memorial Day Amid Making Online Attacks; Crowds Pack Alabama's Beaches for Holiday Weekend; Connecting the Farms to the Food Banks. Aired 12-1a ET
• Crowds Pack Alabama's Beaches for Holiday Weekend; New York Stock Exchange Set to Reopen Trading Floor; Denmark Offering COVID-19 testing to Entire Population; New Studies Show How COVID-19 Travels; China's Military Vows to Uphold National Sovereignty in Hong Kong. Aired 4:30-5a ET
• NYSE Trading Floor Reopens; Danny Meyer is Interviewed about Reopening Restaurants; 10 Killed in Chicago over Holiday Weekend; U.S. Moves up Travel Ban from Brazil; New Campaign for Covid-19 Survivor Plasma. Aired 9:30-10a ET
• Some Churches Reopening Despite Risks; Beaches Brace For Huge Memorial Day Crowds As States Reopen; Plasma Study Results Encouraging; Uproar in U.K. after PM's Adviser Takes Trip While under Isolation; Brazil Epicenter of Coronavirus in Latin America; Protests over China's Hong Kong Security Plan; Corruption Trial of Israeli Prime Minister Begins; Dallas ISD Principal Drives 1,300 Miles to Deliver Diploma Covers. Aired 2-3a ET
• U.S. Doctors Travel to Mexico to Help Treat Patients; Peru Reports 4,020 New Cases in 24-Hour Period; Hong Kong Leader: Security Law Guarantees Civil Liberties; New Studies Show How COVID-19 Travels. Aired 1-2a ET
• WHO Warns of Second Coronavirus Peak; Merck Enters Vaccine Race with 2 Potential Vaccines; Noravax Starts Human Trials for Coronavirus Vaccine; Dr. Mark Poznansky Discusses the Vaccine Race; L.A. County Probing Outbreaks at 9 Facilities, Including Food Plants; John Grant, UFCW Local 770 President, Discusses Virus Outbreak at Farmer John Meat Plant, Calls for Closure; Doug Linde, Boston Properties President, Discusses Reimagining the Workplace Amid Coronavirus Concerns. Aired 11-11:30a ET
• Trump Threatens to Move Republican National Convention; Vaccine Search; States Reopening. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• New York's New Rochelle Area to Start Phase One of Reopening; Arkansas Seeing a Rise in Coronavirus Cases; Several Graduates at Atlanta Private School Test Positive for Coronavirus; Trump Retweets Post Mocking Joe Biden for Wearing a Mask; Trump Threatens to Pull GOP Convention from North Carolina; U.S. Nears 100,000 Deaths as Concerns Over Coronavirus-Spread Grows. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• Interview with Bishop Elizabeth Eaton; Interview with Taavet Hinrikus; Twitter to Leave Trump's Joe Scarborough Conspiracy Theory Tweet Untouched. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• North Carolina Governor Responds to Trump's Threat to Pull RNC Out of Charlotte; Op-Ed Says My Mother Died of COVID But Officials Won't Count It; Broadway Stars Provide Inspiration to NYC Hospital Staff; Four Officers Fired after Black Man Dies in Encounter. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• Doug Linde, Boston Properties President, Discusses Reimagining the Workplace Amid Coronavirus Concerns; NY Governor Cuomo Gives Update on Coronavirus Response; NY Governor to Meet with Trump in D.C. Tomorrow; U.K. Deputy Minister Resigns Over Lockdown Controversy. Aired 11:30a-12p ET
• Cities Monitor Meat Plant Outbreaks Amid Reopening Debate; Correction Officers & Inmates Vulnerable Amid Outbreaks In Jails; 10 Killed In Chicago Over Memorial Day Weekend. Aired 12:30-1p ET
• New York Suburbs Reopen After Prolonged Coronavirus Lockdown; President Donald Trump Claims He Provided "Unlimited Testing" To States And Made Governors "Look Very Good"; Poll: 46 Percent Of Registered Voters Trust Joe Biden On The Coronavirus Compared To 37 Percent Who Trust President Donald Trump; Revisiting Georgia One Month After State's Reopening. Aired 12-12:30p ET
• American Deaths Near 100,000; Seventeen States Currently Seeing Increase In Cases; Trump Mocks Biden For Wearing Mask, Which Is Trump's Own Policy. Aired 1-1:30p ET
• Update On Coronavirus Response Across The Country; Chancellor Philip DiStefano Of University Of Colorado, Boulder, Discusses Plans For In-Person Classes This Fall With Students In Groups Of 10; Mayor Melvin Carter (D), St. Paul, MN, Discusses Minneapolis Police Officers Placed On Leave After Death Of Man Who Pled For Air; Cuomo Rings Bell As New York Stock Exchange Reopens With Changes. Aired 1:30-2p ET
• Widower: Trump Perverting "Memory Of My Dead Wife" For Political Gain With Baseless Murder Conspiracy; Broadway League President: Hopeful For January Return; White Woman Called Police On Black Man Has Been Fired; Yusef Salaam Discusses Woman Calling Police On Black Man Asking Her To Put Dog On Leash. Aired 2:30-3p ET
• Coronavirus Updates Around the Country; Interview with New Rochelle Mayor Noam Bramson; Interview with Alabama Secretary of State John Merrill (R). Aired 2-2:30p ET
• Warnings Of A Second Peak, As Countries Begin To Reopen And Some Let Their Guard Down; Cemeteries Built In Record Time For Brazil's Growing Death Toll; The Power Of A Cough. Aired 2-3a ET


May 25, 2020
• Americans Head Outdoors on Memorial Day Weekend; Arkansas: 'Second Peak' in Cases after Increased Testing; Brazil Has Second Highest Number of Cases Worldwide; China's Controversial Hong Kong Proposal Set for Approval This Week; Trump to Lay Wreath at Arlington Cemetery; Japan Set to End State of Emergency; Domestic Flights Resume Across India; U.K.'s P.M. Defends Top Advisor's Alleged Lockdown Breach; Trial Against Netanyahu Begins. Aired 12-1a ET
• Muslims Celebrated Eid al-Fitr Amid a Pandemic; India Gradually Reopen its Economy; U.S. Economy Enormously Hurt by the Pandemic; Business Giants Felt Pandemic's Turbulence; Sports Champs Raised $20 Million for COVID-19 Efforts; Americans Have Forgotten There's a Pandemic; Churches Welcomed Back Their Parishioners; U.S. Restricts Travel from Brazil; Boris Johnson's Aide Criticized for Violating Lockdown Rules; Protesters Are Outraged Over China's Controversial Legislation; Benjamin Netanyahu Calls Charges Against Him a Political Coup. Aired 3-4a ET
• Crowds Raise Fears of Virus Spikes; Navajo Nation Ends Lockdown; Meat Prices Skyrocket Due to Coronavirus. Aired 9:30-10a ET
• As America Reopens There Are Deeply Troubling Images Concerning Many Health Experts; Unlike Many Years Virtual Ceremonies For Memorial Day Are Taking Place; British Prime Minster Boris Johnson Still Defending His Senior Advisor, Dominic Cummings As He Faces Allegations. Aired 4-4:30a ET
• Americans Mark Memorial Day As U.S. Nears 100,000 COVID-19 Deaths; Wreath-Laying Ceremony At Arlington National Cemetery. Aired 10-10:30a ET
• Americans Head Outdoors on Memorial Day Weekend; U.S. Announces New Travel Restrictions on Brazil; Brazil Has Second Highest Number of Cases Worldwide; Arkansas: "Second Peak" in Cases after Increased Testing; White House Adviser: May Unemployment May Be "North of 20%"; New Jersey Governor Warns of Major Cuts without More Funding; U.K. PM Defends Top Adviser's Alleged Lockdown Breach; Israeli PM Denounces Charges, Says It's a Coup; Woods and Manning Beat Mickelson and Brady in Charity Match. Aired 1-2a ET
• Car Rental Firm Hertz Files For Bankruptcy; Precautions Taken As India Resumes Domestic Flights; Israeli P.M. Denounces Charges, Says It's A Coup; Americans Ignore Social Distancing Rules and Celebrate Memorial Day; President Trump Plays Golf Amid Pandemic; U.S. Suspends Travel from Brazil Due to Coronavirus; Prime Minister Boris Johnson Defends Top Adviser; Spain Eases Restrictions on Two Major Areas. Aired 2-3a ET
• A Different Type of Memorial Day in the U.S.; Trump Plays Golf Memorial Day Weekend Without Mask; White House Adviser Says Unemployment Could be North of 20 Percent in May; Hong Kong Department Back China's Proposed Security Law; Israeli Prime Minister Remains Defiant During First Day in Court; Golf and NFL Stars Raise $20 Million in Charity Match. Aired 4:30-5a ET
• Americans Mark Memorial Day as U.S. Nears 100,000 COVID-19 Deaths; Coronavirus Cluster in Arkansas Linked to High School Swim Party; Interview with Mayors Justin Elicker and Clarence Lear About Memorial Day Holiday; President Trump Threatens to Pull GOP Convention from North Carolina if Governor Can't Guarantee Arena will Be Filled; Americans Mark Memorial Day as U.S. Nears 100k COVID-19 Deaths. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• Live Coverage of Memorial Day at Arlington National Cemetery; Memorial Day Weekend Crowds Portend Increase in Coronavirus Cases; Vacation Businesses in Michigan Planning for Downturn. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• Myrtle Beach PIO Director, Mark Kruea, Discusses Executive Order Reminding Beachgoers to Follow Rules; Mayor Jacob Frey (D- Minneapolis) Discusses Wearing Masks Requirement, Trump Pushing for Churches to Reopen; TAPS President & Founder, Bonnie Carroll, Discusses a Different Memorial Day Amid COVID & Helping Americans with Greif; Trump Threatens to Pull GOP Convention Out of Charlotte, NC. Aired 11-11:30a ET
• Vaccine Trials; President Trump's Memorial Day Tweetstorm; Memorial Day Crowds Raise Fears of Virus Spikes. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• Americans Flock To Public Places As Death Toll Nears 100,000; W.H.O Pauses Studying Hydroxychloroquine Due To Safety Concerns; California Cautiously Reopening Its Beaches. Aired 12:30-1p ET
• Interview with Houston Mayor Sylvester Turner (D); World Health Organization to Halt Hydroxychloroquine Study Over Safety Concerns; Trump Tweetstorm Fails to Mention the Fallen. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• Trump Threatens to Pull GOP Convention Out of Charlotte, NC; Poll: 60% Disapprove of Trump's Handling of Coronavirus; Trump Spends Memorial Day Weekend Tweeting Political Attacks & Peddling Conspiracy Theory; NY Governor Cuomo Gives Update on Coronavirus Response; Biden Lays Wreath at Delaware Veterans Memorial Park; COVID-19 Cluster in Arkansas Linked to High School Swim Party; Brazil Sees Record Number of Daily Coronavirus Cases. Aired 11:30a-12p ET
• Oxford Scientists Say Vaccine Trial Has 50 Percent Chance of Success; U.S. Plans Massive Vaccine Testing to Meet End of Year Goal; Photographers Organize Honor Guard for Families Amid Outbreak; NBA And Disney in Talks to Resume Season in Late July; The Milkman Makes a Comeback. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• President Donald Trump, First Lady Attend Memorial Day Ceremony; Memorial Day Events Forced To Adapt To COVID-19 Restrictions; Ocean City Boardwalk Overflows With Beachgoers As Maryland Cases Spike. Aired 12-12:30p ET
• U.S. Marks Memorial Day As Coronavirus Deaths Near 100,000; WHO Temporarily Pauses Studying Trump-Touted Drug; Unhinged, Trump Again Baselessly Accuses T.V. Host Of Murder. Aired 1-1:30p ET
• City Council Member Larken Egleston (D), Charlotte, NC Discusses Trump Threatening To Move Republican Convention; Protesters Against Quarantine Hang Kentucky Governor In Effigy; Former DHS Chief: Some Schools Shouldn't Open Until Vaccine. Aired 1:30-2p ET
• Update On Coronavirus Response Around The World; Cases Explode In Brazil As President Shrugs Off Virus As "Flu"; Many Summer Sleepaway Camps Being Canceled Amid Pandemic; CNN "Homefront": Remembering Veterans Who Died By Suicide. Aired 2:30-3p ET


May 24, 2020
• Beaches Brace For Huge Memorial Day Crowds As States Reopen; Uproar in U.K. after PM's Adviser Takes Trip While under Isolation; Plasma Study Results Encouraging; Some Nursing Homes Scrutinized for Poor Worker Conditions; Some Churches Reopening Despite Risks; Experiment Shows How Quickly Virus Can Spread at Table; Protests over China's Hong Kong Security Plan; Syrian Refugee-Turned-Filmmaker Gives Back; Young Artist Helps Others Cope. Aired 12-1a ET
• Some Churches Reopening Despite Risks; Beaches Brace For Huge Memorial Day Crowds As States Reopen; Plasma Study Results Encouraging; Uproar in U.K. after PM's Adviser Takes Trip While under Isolation; Brazil Epicenter of Coronavirus in Latin America; Protests over China's Hong Kong Security Plan; Corruption Trial of Israeli Prime Minister Begins; Dallas ISD Principal Drives 1,300 Miles to Deliver Diploma Covers. Aired 2-3a ET
• Some Churches Reopening Despite Risks; Beaches Brace For Huge Memorial Day Crowds As States Reopen; Protests Over China's Hong Kong Security Plan; Uproar In U.K. After PM's Adviser Takes Trip While Under Isolation; "The New York Times" Pays Tribute To COVID-19 Victims On Front Page; Carl Bildt, Former Swedish Prime Minister, Criticizes Lack Of American Leadership; Corruption Trial of Israeli Prime Minister Begins. Aired 3-4a ET
• "The New York Times" Pays Tribute To COVID-19 Victims On Front Page; Beaches Brace For Huge Memorial Day Crowds As States Reopen; Brazil Epicenter Of Coronavirus In Latin America; Protests Over China's Hong Kong Security Plan; Some Nursing Homes Scrutinized For Poor Worker Conditions; Trump Golfs At His Virginia Club Amid Pandemic; Uproar In U.K. After PM's Adviser Takes Trip While Under Isolation. Aired 4-5a ET
• Beaches Brace For Huge Memorial Day Crowds As States Reopen; "The New York Times" Pays Tribute to COVID-19 Victims On Front Page; Some Churches Reopening Despite Risks; Protests Over China's Hong Kong Security Plan; Brazil Epicenter Of Coronavirus In Latin America; Uproar In U.K. After PM's Adviser Takes Trip While Under Isolation; Trump Golfs At His Virginia Club Amid Pandemic; Corruption Trial Of Israeli Prime Minister Begins. Aired 5-6a ET
• Americans Flock To Public Places As Death Toll Nears 100,000; Dr. Birx Warns Social Distancing And Masks Are "Critical"; FDA Issues Warning: Coronavirus Is Not Yet Contained; Hong Kong Police Fire Tear Gas At Demonstrators; Mexico Records Its Largest Daily Increase In Coronavirus Deaths; Some Houses Of Worship Reopening, Others Remain Closed; Gov. Andrew Cuomo: New York Pro Sports Teams Can Begin Training Camps. Aired 2-3p ET
• Memorial Day Weekend Draws Crowds, Health Experts Urge Caution; Arkansas Governor Defends Reopening Amid Second Peak In New Cases; Birx: "Difficult To Tell" If The Country Will Close Down Again; Houses Of Worship Reopen After Trump Deems Them "Essential"; Celebrity "All In Challenge" Raises Millions To Feed Those In Need; NBA In Talks To Resume Season In July At Disney Florida Complex; Former Bartender Helps Feed Struggling Restaurant Workers. Aired 4-5p ET
• Beaches And Parks Open For Memorial Day Weekend; Arkansas Reports Second Wave In New Cases; Unemployment Rate To Increase; Travel Restriction On Brazil; Hong Kong Protests On China's National Security Law. Aired 5-6p ET
• Americans Flock To Public Places As Death Toll Nears 100,000; Public Health Experts Urge Safety Vigilance As States Reopen; Interview With Rep. Lauren Underwood (D-IL) About Memorial Day Weekend Amid Coronavirus Pandemic; Mexico Sets New Record For Daily Increase In Coronavirus Cases; Some Houses Of Worship Reopening, Others Remain Closed. Aired 6-7p ET
• Interview With Daytona Beach Mayor Derrick Henry About Massive Crowd Gathered in Daytona Beach; CDC, 11 States Say They Mixed Results of Viral and Antibody Tests; Crowds Gather on Holiday Weekend as Health Experts Urge Caution. Aired 7-7:30p ET
• New warnings about the coronavirus as Americans celebrate the Holiday Weekend; White House Adviser Says May Unemployment Could Be "North Of 20 Percent;" Worshippers Face New Restrictions As Churches Reopen. Aired 3-4p ET
• Gov. Andrew Cuomo (D-NY) Gives Update On Coronavirus Response; White House Economic Adviser Says, May Unemployment Could Be North Of 20 Percent; On Holiday Weekend, U.S. Faces A Test On Reopening. Aired 12-13p ET


May 23, 2020
• Geoffrey Canada on the Challenges of Remote Learning During COVID-19; Scott Galloway on How the Pandemic Could Disrupt Higher Education; Special Message to Students from First Lady Melania Trump. Aired 12-1a ET
• Trump Demands Governors Reopen Churches; U.K. Announces 14-Day Quarantine for Incoming Travelers; Pakistan Plane Crash; Americans Head into Holiday Weekend amid Fear, Concerns; Calculating the Risk of COVID-19 Contagion; Air Travel during a Pandemic; China Sends Message of Control at Annual Meeting; NFL Stars to Join Tiger, Phil for Charity Golf Match. Aired 1-2a ET
• Study Finds Hydroxychloroquine Linked to Higher Risk of Death; Trump Demands Governors Reopen Churches; U.K. Announces 14-Day Quarantine for Incoming Travelers; Thousands Recovering from Virus Sent to NY Nursing Homes; Violent Confrontations Erupt across U.S. over Face Mask Rules; Worst Week for Mexico; Pakistan Plane Crash; TV Personalities Have Decor Criticized. Aired 2-3a ET
• Trump Demands Governors Reopen Churches; New Cases in Past Week Up in at Least 17 U.S. States; WHO Slams COVID-19 Misinformation; Worst Week for Mexico; Spain to Further Ease Restrictions; Italian Nursing Homes Devastated by Virus; China Sends Message of Control at Annual Meeting; Counting the Costs of Coronavirus; Remembering the Fallen. Aired 3-4a ET
• Americans Head into Holiday Weekend amid Fear, Concerns; Study Finds Hydroxychloroquine Linked to Higher Risk of Death; Brazil Passes Russia in Number of Cases, Now Second to U.S.; U.K. Announces 14-Day Quarantine for Incoming Travelers; Coronavirus Vaccine Reaches Advanced Stages of Human Trials; China Sends Message of Control at Annual Meeting; Georgia Authorities Arrest Man Who Shot Video of Arbery Killing; NFL Stars to Join Tiger, Phil for Charity Golf Match. Aired 4-5a ET
• Study Finds Hydroxychloroquine Linked to Higher Risk of Death; Trump Demands Governors Reopen Churches; Brazil Passes Russia in Number of Cases, Now Second to U.S.; Worst Week for Mexico; Spain to Further Ease Restrictions; Coronavirus Vaccine Reaches Advanced Stages of Human Trials; Syrian Refugee-Turned-Filmmaker Gives Back; NFL Stars to Join Tiger, Phil for Charity Golf Match. Aired 5-6a ET
• All U.S. States Reopening to Some Extent after Lockdown Due to Coronavirus Spread; Tybee Island in Georgia Reopens Beach; President Trump Demands State Governors Reopen Religious Houses of Worship; Tourist Attractions Graceland and Gatorland Reopening to Public with Safety Precautions; International Hotel Chain Reopening; Pier 45 in San Francisco's Fisherman's Wharf Catches Fire; Small Businesses Struggling During Coronavirus Lockdown; Hertz Car Rental Company to File for Bankruptcy Due to Fall in Demand Caused by Coronavirus Lockdown; Musician Holds Practices for Neighborhood. Aired 10-11a ET
• Beaches Brace For Huge Memorial Day Crowds As States Reopen; Trump Calls For Places Of Worship To Reopen; Oxford Vaccine Trial "Progressing Very Well;" Uproar In U.K. After PM's Adviser Takes Trip While Under Isolation; Denmark's School Plan Could Be Model For World; NY Governor Cuomo's Daily Briefing. Aired 11a-12p ET
• Memorial Day 2020, Everything Is Different; Airline Travel Safety In The Age Of Coronavirus; Sources: CDC Staff Being "Muzzled" As White House Prioritizes Politics Over Science; Trump Declares Houses Of Worship Essential & Threatens Governors; Poorest Areas Of Brazil Devastated By Coronavirus. Aired 3-4p ET
• Stay-At-Home Restrictions Ease In All 50 States For Holiday Weekend; Arkansas Governor Reports "Second Peak" Of New Cases; How Denmark's School Safety Plan Could Be Model For World; Study: Nearly Half Of Twitter Accounts Pushing To Reopen America Likely Bots; Moderna Executives Sell Nearly $30 Million In Stocks Amid Promising Vaccine News; 2020 Grads Face Worst Job Market. Aired 4-5p ET
• Interview With Mayor Shirley Sessions Of Tybee Island About Memorial Day Weekend; Crowds Flock To California Beaches As Cases Rise; New Jersey Beaches Reopen For Holiday Weekend With Some Restrictions; Trump Golfs At His Virginia Club Amid Pandemic; Bill Coan, ITEC Entertainment President/CEO, Discusses What To Expect When Theme Parks Reopen; Thousands Recovering From Virus Sent To NY Nursing Homes. Aired 5-6p ET
• People Head To Beaches, Parks As States Report New Infections; State Of Job Market Amid Pandemic; Biden Says "I Shouldn't Have Been So Cavalier" After Saying Black Voters "Ain't Black" If They Consider Trump; NYT Front Page Filled With Partial List Of Coronavirus Victims; President Trump Declares Churches And Houses Of Worship Essential; Experiment Shows How Quickly Virus Can Spread At Table. Aired 6-7p ET
• New York Governor Andrew Cuomo Updates State's Response To COVID-19; Heat Expected To Bring Crowd To California Beaches; Firefighters Battle Massive Fire On Historic Pier 45 In San Francisco; Drug Trump Touted Linked To Higher Risk Of Death; Confirmed Cases Skyrocketing In Brazil; NYC EMT Tells Congress City Was Unprepared For Outbreak. Aired 12-1p ET
• Beaches Brace For Huge Memorial Day Crowds As States Reopen; U.S. COVID-19 Deaths Surpass 96,000, New Cases Rise To 1.6M; South Carolina Coastal Town Reverses Stance, Removes Checkpoint At Beaches; Rep. Debbie Mucarsel-Powell, D-FL) Discusses Self-Isolating, Concerns Over Nursing Homes, Governor DeSantis Lifting Restrictions On Youth Activities; Schools Worldwide Balance Students' Curriculum & Social Distancing. Aired 1-2p ET
• President Trump Demands State Governors Reopen Religious Houses of Worship; Tybee Island in Georgia Reopens Beach; City of Santa Monica Suffers from Low Tax Revenue Due to Coronavirus Pandemic; New York Governor Andrew Cuomo Criticized for Large Number of Deaths in Nursing Homes Due to Coronavirus; New York Beaches Remain Closed; Pier 45 in San Francisco's Fisherman's Wharf Catches Fire; Businesses Face Confrontation From Customers over Requiring Facemasks for Service; Experts Answer Questions about Coronavirus Pandemic's Effects on Education and Schooling for Young Children. Aired 2-3p ET


May 22, 2020
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• Latin America Shows an Uptick in Coronavirus Cases; President Trump Says His Wearing of Mask is Not for Media's Eyes; China's Parliament Aims to Choke Hong Kong; Pharmaceutical Companies Ramping Up Their Development of Coronavirus Vaccines; Coronavirus Pandemic; Gulf Countries Reimpose Restrictions After Case Spike; Saudi Arabia To Reimpose Nationwide Lockdown; Denmark Turns Churches Into Schools; Students Back In School As Denmark Reopens; iPhone Software Update; Cyclone Amphan, Death Toll Rises As Rescue Teams Search For Victims; National People's Congress, Coronavirus Just One Issue As China's Parliament Meets; Chinese Search Engine Baidu Rethinks NASDAQ Listing; U.S. Bill Could Force Chinese Companies To Allow Audits; Millions More Americans File Jobless Claims; Destruction Emerges As Floodwaters Recede In Michigan. Aired 3-4a ET
• Virus Cases Surging Across Latin America; Mexico Confirms Highest Single-Day Surge; China Proposes Controversial Hong Kong Security Law; Model Predicts Case Spikes in Early-Reopening States; U.S. Experts Push Back on Death Toll Conspiracy Theories; Asian Stocks Drop as Beijing Pushes for New Security Law; Death Toll Rises as Rescue Teams Search for Victims of Cyclone Amphan; Unemployment Aid Exceeds Normal Salary for Some; Denmark Turns Churches into Schools. Aired 12-1a ET
• New Cases Surging in Latin America and Caribbean; U.S. Begins Reopening in time for Memorial Day Holiday; London's Imperial College Says Pandemic Far From Over in U.S.; Oxford Recruiting People for Larger Vaccine Trials; Sao Paulo Hospitals Struggle with Surge in Cases; Trump Refuses to Wear Mask in Public During Ford Visit; Trump's Approval Rating Holds Steady in Fox News Poll. Aired 4-4:30a ET
• Study Shows, Drug Touted And Taken By Trump Is Linked To Increased Risk Of Death In Coronavirus Patients; Hotspots Emerge As Country Heads Into Holiday Weekend. Aired 10-10:30a ET
• China Proposes Controversial Hong King Security Law; Hong Kong Stocks Drop as Beijing Pushes for New Security Law; Unemployment Aid Exceed Normal Salary for Some; Floodwaters Recede Leaving Destruction in Michigan; Memorial Day Weekend Traveling Could Bring Risks. Aired 4:30-5a ET
• Study: Drug Trump Touted Made Coronavirus Patients More Likely to Die; NY Governor Cuomo Gives Update on Coronavirus Response; A Look at Coronavirus Numbers as States Reopen. Aired 11-11:30a ET
• Trump Signals more Stimulus; Kevin Hassett talks about the Economy; Contract Tracking Program in New Jersey; Man Arrested in Arbery Shooting. Aired 9:30-10a
• College Sports and Coronavirus; Vaccine Search; Study Finds Hydroxychloroquine Linked to Higher Risk of Death; Trump Demands Governors Reopen Churches. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• Fauci's Memorial Day Advice: "Go Out, Wear a Mask, Go for a Walk"; Beaches Open for Memorial Day in Hard-Hit New Jersey; Alabama Mayor Says ICU Beds Are Scarce as State's Cases Rise; Mayor Bernard "Jack" Young (D-Baltimore) Discusses His Strong Message to Trump: Don't visit on Memorial Day. Aired 11:30a-12p ET
• Some Minnesota Churches To Defy Limits On Worship Services; Biden: Klobuchar Is "First Rate" When Talking About Potential VP Pick; Soon: Trump To Hold News Conference From White House. Aired 12:30-1p ET
• Hydroxychloroquine Linked to Significant Increased Risk of Death in Patients; Montgomery Alabama Mayor Says ICU Beds Scarce as Cases Soar; Beaches in Hard-Hit States Reopening Amid Fears of New Cases; AAA Expecting Record-Low Travel Numbers in the U.S. This Holiday Weekend. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• Interview with Pastor Jim Franklin; Brazil ICUs Running Out of Beds; Economic Downturn Disproportionately Affects Women and Minorities. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• Live Coverage of White House Press Conference. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• NCAA Says Basketball and Football Can Voluntarily Train on Campus Beginning June 1; Trump Threatens to Open "Essential" Houses of Worship; South Carolina Allows Tourist Attractions to Open Today. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• Fort Lauderdale Gym Owners Caught Between Broward County/Local Officials Standoff; Frontline Workers Tell Congress about Fears of Going to Work Each Day; Trump & White House Coronavirus Task Force Hold Press Briefing. Aired 1:30-2p ET
• United States Cases Near 1.6 Million, Deaths Approach 95,000; Study: Drug Trump Touted Made Coronavirus Patients More Likely To Die; Defense Chief Mark Esper: "Completely Confident" Vaccine Delivered By January; Businesses Seeing Increased Foot Traffic As States Reopen; Schools Make Reopening Plans Ahead Of New Year. Aired 12-12:30p ET
• Trump-Touted Drug Linked to Higher Death Risk in COVID Patients. Aired 1-1:30p ET
• Birx Doesn't Answer Question on Hydroxychloroquine Study; Trump Says Houses of Worship Essential; Americans Head into Holiday Weekend Amid Fear, Concerns. Aired 2:30-3p ET


May 21, 2020
• WHO Reports Largest Uptick in COVID Cases; President Trump Put all the Blame on China; CDC Director's Fate in Question; Russia Now in Second Place with Highest COVID Cases; Korea CDC Says It's Inevitable Not to Have Infected People; Coronavirus Pandemic; Some Students In South Korea Are Back In School; Tropical Cyclone Amphan's Pulverizing Impact; Cyclone Amphan Makes Landfall, At Least 12 Dead; Thousands Forced To Get Away After Dams Burst In Michigan; Emirates Airline Resuming Passenger Flights To Nine Cities; Coronavirus' Impact On Travel And Tourism; France Scrambling To Save Its Tourism Industry; The Changing Space Of The Covid-Era Office. Aired 3-4a ET
• WHO Reports Largest Ever Uptick in COVID Cases; Russia Now in Second Place with Highest COVID Cases; Brazil Sees Single-Day Spike of Nearly 20K Cases; Taiwan Leader Rejects "One Country, Two Systems" Policy; Columbia University: Earlier Lockdowns Would Have Saved Thousands of American Lives; Tropical Cyclone Amphan's Pulverizing Impact; WHO Reports Most New Cases Since Outbreak Began; South Korean Students Return to a New Normal; U.K. Prime Minister Under Fire for Plans to Reopen Schools; Caring Message to a Family Whose Dad Died from COVID-19; France Scrambles to Save Tourism Industry. Aired 12-1a ET
• W.H.O. Says 106,000 New Cases is Highest One-Day Total So Far; Columbia University Says Quicker Action Could Have Saved Thousands; Sources Say Fate of CDC Director in Question; Pence Flouts Guidelines at Florida Restaurant; Interview with Dr. Margaret Harris, World Health Organization Spokesperson, Largest New Confirmed Coronavirus Cases and Deaths in One Day; Brazil Reports One-Day Record of Almost 20,000 New Cases; U.S. Sends First Shipment of Ventilator to Russia. Aired 4-4:30a ET
• CDC Director Warns Of Second Wave Of COVID-19 This Year; Trump Heads To Michigan After Threatening To Withhold State Funding; California Records Second-Highest Daily COVID-19 Death Toll. Aired 10- 10:30a ET
• Thousands Forced to Flee After Dams Burst in Michigan; Some Churches Reopening Their Doors Despite Risks; Emirates Resumes Passenger Flights to Nine Cities; U.N. Report Says World Education Declining; U.K. Doctors Say Reopen Schools as Soon as It's Safe; New York City Report 147 Cases of Inflammatory Illness in Children. Aired 4:30-5a ET
• Trump: China's Incompetence To Global Killing; Sources: Fate Of CDC Director In Question; Brazil Sees Single-Day Spike Of Nearly 20,000 Cases; U.S. To Send Total Of 200 Ventilators To Russia; Cyclone Amphan Makes Landfall, At Least 12 Dead; Cyclone Amphan Makes Landfall in India; All 50 States Now Partially Opened; Dozens of South Korean Schools Closed Hours after Reopening; U.S. Nursing Home Workers Alarmed over Lack of Supplies; Alleged Architects of Carlos Ghosn's Escape Arrested in Boston; The Changing Space of the COVID-era Office. Aired 1-2a ET
• Emirates Resumes Passenger Flights To Nine Cities; France Scrambles To Save Tourism Industry; Cyclone Amphan Makes Landfall In India; WHO Reports Largest Ever Uptick in COVID Cases; Columbia University: Earlier Lockdowns Would Have Saved Thousands of American Lives; President Trump Puts All the Blame on China; Tropical Cyclone Amphan's Pulverizing Impact; Some Churches Reopening Despite Risks. Aired 2-3a ET
• Trump Says, Don't Know If I'll Wear Mask During Visit To Ford Plant; Cases Rise Across South, Including Surges In Texas And North Carolina; Ford Plant Worker Speaks Out After Two Employees Test Positive. Aired 1-1:30p ET
• California Records Second-Highest Death Toll; New York Restaurants Prepare to Reopen; Trump Threatens to Withhold Funding; Schools Reopen in Denmark. Aired 9:30-10a
• U.S. Pays $1 Billion to Secure Doses of Potential AstraZeneca Vaccine; New Analysis Shows Lockdown Delays Cost Tens of Thousands of Lives; CDC Director Raises Possibility of Second Round of Lockdown This Year; Trump Heads to Michigan After Threatening to Withhold State Funding; More Than 2 Million More Americans Filed for Unemployment Last Week; Lori Loughlin, Husband to Plead Guilty in College Admissions Scandal; California Sees Second-Highest Death Toll in a Single Day as More Counties Move to Reopen. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• Fauci on Reopening: "Now Is Not the Time to Tempt Fate and Pull Back Completely"; Experts Warn of Increase in Cases as States Reopen; Trump Administration Strikes Death with AstraZeneca to Mass Produce Vaccine; Columbia University Study: Lockdown Delays Cost at Least 36,000 U.S. Lives; Dr. Luciana Borio Discusses Trump's "Operation Warp Speed" Vaccine Development and Safety Concerns & Request for "Clear Pathway" for Virus Treatments; 2.4 Million More Americans Filed for Unemployment Last Week; Trump Pulling U.S. Out of Open Skies Arms Control Treaty; Trump Pushes for N.C. to Reopen as It Opens Slower than Bordering Southern States. Aired 11-11:30a ET
• Coronavirus Cases Spiking in Alabama?; Trump Visits Ford Plant in Michigan; Interview With Miami Beach, Florida, Mayor Dan Gelber. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• Family Sues After Nursing Home-Employed Son Dies Without PPE; Interview with Unilever President Fabian Garcia; Coronavirus Infections Surge in Brazil. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• Trump Pushes for NC to Reopen as It Moves Slower than Bordering Southern States; 50% of Tyson Workers Test Positive at Poultry Plant in NC; NY Governor Cuomo Gives Update on Coronavirus Response; Update on Coronavirus Responses from Around the World. Aired 11:30a-12p ET
• Trump Tours Ford Plant As State Warms Him to Wear A Mask; Ford Reopens Plants Across The Country with New Safety Protocols; Doctors Say Growing Evidence of Inflammation As Culprit in Severe Coronavirus Cases; New Study Says Late Pandemic Response Led to 36,000 Deaths. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• Trump Heads To Michigan After Threatening To Withhold Funding; How Effective Are Face Masks At Reducing Transmission?; Trump Takes Questions Ahead Of Trip To Michigan. Aired 12:30-1p ET
• Concern that Southern U.S. Coronavirus Cases May Be Increasing; Interview with United Food and Commercial Workers International Union President Marc Perrone; Interview with Mike Schultz on Ventilator Experience. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• Broadway Actor's Wife Tearfully Says He's Going "Downhill"; Mt. Sinai Study Finds a Receptor Used by COVID-19 Is Less Common in Kids' Noses Which Could Be Why Kids Less Likely to Get It; 1,200 plus Pastors to Defy California Order, Hold In-Person Services; London's Heathrow Airport Unveiling Thermal Screening Trial for Symptoms; Mark Zuckerberg: Half of Facebook Workers May Be Remote Within Decade; Top Stories from Across the Country; What Inside of Restaurants Will Look Like as U.S. Reopens. Aired 1:30-2p ET
• President Donald Trump Heading To Michigan To Visit Ford Factory; 2.4 Million Filing For Unemployment Benefit Again; Dr. Anthony Fauci: The Scientific Evidence Clearly Indicates That Physical Separation Has Worked; Attorney General Saying That If The President Doesn't Wear A Mask That Could Have Implications For Any Future Visits He Has. Aired 12-12:30p ET
• Ohio State Hopeful for 20-30K Fans at Football Games; Steven Reed, (D), Mayor of Montgomery, Alabama, Discusses Running Out of ICU Beds as Cases Surge; Tiger Woods, Phil Mickelson Revive "The Match" for Charity. Aired 2:30-3p ET


May 20, 2020
• President Trump Dismisses Health Experts View on Hydroxychloroquine; South Korea Open its Schools; France Shut Down its Schools After Scarce; India and Bangladesh Anticipates Super Cyclone Amphan; WHO to Launch an Inquiry into COVID Response; Coronavirus Pandemic, China Endorses Resolution To Review Pandemic Response; U.S. Treasury Secretary Warns Of Long-Term Economic Damage; CDC Released Detailed Guidelines On How To Reopen United States; Airline Trade Association Sets Out Plan To Revamp Flights; Etihad Airways Announces Layoffs After Drop In Demand; UAE To Become First Regional Producer Of N95 Masks; Rolls-Royce To Cut At Least 9,000 Jobs As Pandemic Slams Aviation; President Trump Sending Ventilators To Russia; Putin Perceived Vulnerable Amid Virus Outbreak; Abbas, Palestinians Absolved Of Deals With Israel, U.S.; Contact Tracing Apps; Word War II Veteran To Receive Knighthood After Raising Millions; New Zealand Roll Out Contact Tracing Apps. Aired 3-4a ET
• U.S. Treasury Secretary Warns of Long-Term Economic Damage; Super Cyclone Bears Down on India, Bangladesh; UAE to Become First Regional Producer of N-95 Masks; Russians Angered Over Police Response in Lockdown; WWII Veteran to Receive Knighthood after Raising Millions; Schools Reopen in South Korea; Trump Suggests Travel Ban on Latin America; Blame Game: U.S., China, WHO; Trump Taking Hydroxychloroquine. Aired 12-1a ET
• Trump Calls Hight U.S. Case Count a Badge of Honor; Trump Defends His Use of Hydroxychloroquine; CDC, Experts Recommend Face Masks as States Open; Michigan Auto Industry Reopening Slowly and Safely; Trump Considering Travel Ban for Brazil; U.K. Prime Minister Under Growing Pressure as Death Toll Rises. Aired 4-4:30a ET
• China Endorses Resolution to Review Pandemic Response; COVID-19 Impact on Travel and Tourism; Airline Trade Association Sets Out Plant to Revamp Flights; U.S. Sending Ventilators to Russia; Abbas Says Palestinians Absolved of Deals with Israel and U.S.; Several Countries Roll Out Contact Tracing Apps; Experiment Shows How Germs Can Spread at a Restaurant. Aired 4:30-5a ET
• CDC Sources, White House Decisions Drive By Politics, Not Science; Florida, Georgia Under Scrutiny For Reporting On COVID-19 Cases; Sources Say, Trump Expected To Finish Hydroxychloroquine Soon. Aired 10-10:30a ET
• All 50 States Now Partially Reopened As Deaths Rise; CDC Official To CNN, We've Been Muzzled; Steelers Quarterback Under Fire For Haircut, Defying Lockdown Order. Aired 1-1:30p ET
• South Korea Begins Phased Approach To Reopen Schools; Trump Considering Travel Ban For Brazil; China Endorses Resolution To Review Pandemic Response; India, Bangladesh Prepare For Cyclone Amphan; Trump Doubling Down on His Use of Hydroxychloroquine; U.S. States Further Relaxing Coronavirus Rules; U.S. Treasury Secretary Warns of Long-Term Economic Damage; Some COVID-19 Patients Struggle to Make Full Recovery. Aired 1-2a ET
• China Endorses Resolution To Review Pandemic Response; White House Accused Of Putting Politics Above Science; Abbas: Palestinians Absolved Of Deals With Israel, U.S.; Schools Reopen in South Korea; Trump Taking Hydroxychloroquine; Trump Suggests Travel Ban on Latin America; Record Cyclone to Make Landfall in Bay of Bengal. Aired 2-3a ET
• Restaurant Owner Pleads for PPP Changes; Trump Threatens to Withhold Funding; Experiment on How Germs Spread; Aired 9:30-10a ET
• Ford Plant Shuts Down After Positive Coronavirus Tests; Airlines Announce New Measures; Trump Muzzling CDC?. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• Trump Threatens To Withhold Federal Funding For Michigan, Nevada Over Mail-In Voting Push; Disney Springs Partially Reopens With Restrictions; Trump Admin Declassifies Susan Rice Email From 2017. Aired 12:30-1p ET
• Interview with University of Miami President Julio Frenk; Interview with Sen. Bill Cassidy (R-LA) and Sen. Bob Menendez (D-NJ); Trump Considers Latin American Travel Ban. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• Heavy Rains, Flash Floods Cause Thousands to Evacuate After Two Dams Fail in Michigan; CDC Sources: White House Decisions Driven By Politics and Not Science; Governors of All 50 States in the U.S. Weigh Reopening with Health and Safety of Residents. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• CDC Director Says Mission Shifting as New Virus Cases, Deaths Are Down; CDC Releases Detailed Reopening Guidelines after Tweaked by Trump Administration; All 50 States Are Now Partially Reopened; Connecticut Begins Reopening Process; Dr. Dan Barouch Discusses Study Finding Vaccine Success in Group of Monkeys; Connecticut Governor Ned Lamont, (D), Discusses State Reopening; Trump claims Flawed Study Failed Hydroxychloroquine; Dr. Radha Rajasingham Discussing Multi- University Study on If Hydroxychloroquine Can Ward Off COVID-19. Aired 11-11:30a ET
• Schools Try to Figure Out How to Reopen in The Fall; Premature Announcements About Vaccines Without Supporting Data Is Harmful; Trump Threatens to Withhold Funding for Michigan And Nevada Over Absentee Ballot Push. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• Pompeo Defends Recommendation to Fire I.G. Investigating Him; NY Governor Cuomo Gives Update on Coronavirus Response. Aired 11:30a- 12p ET
• All 50 U.S. States Now Partially Reopened; Tension Increases Between CDC and President Trump; Even With Masks, Virus Can Spread Widely in Restaurant Setting. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• Studies Find COVID-19 Antibodies Provide Protection Against Infection; Study Finds Vaccine Success In Group Of Monkeys; Former CDC Director: Surroundings Factor Into Whether To Wear Mask; Airline Industries Sees Glimmers Of Hope For Recovery; House Speaker Nancy Pelosi Defends Calling Trump "Morbidly Obese". Aired 12-12:30p ET
• PA Governor Livid Over Steelers Quarterback Getting Haircut Despite Order; Coronavirus Headlines From Across The Country; Sara Nelson, International President, Association Of Flight Attendants, Discusses Aviation Safety Measures; Dr. David Shulkin, Former Veterans Affairs Secretary, Discusses Sources Saying Trump Will Stop Taking Controversial Hydroxychloroquine In Coming Days. Aired 1:30-2p ET
• Trump, After Praising China, Accuses It Of "Mass Worldwide Killing"; Dr. Amy Compton-Phillips Discusses Before And After Photos Of Nurse Who Survived Virus; Update On Coronavirus Response Around The World; Father Sues College Because Virtual Education Isn't Worth The Same Amount As In-Person Classes. Aired 2:30-3p ET


May 19, 2020
• President Trump Taking the Drug He Touts; China on Defense Mode; U.S. May Abandon Its Contribution to WHO; Italy's Elderly Population Almost Wiped Out; Biotech Company Moderna Break its Good News; Coronavirus Pandemic; European Stocks Higher On Reopenings, Recovery Proposal; U.K. Expands Testing To Anyone Five Plus With Symptoms; U.K. Defends Waiting To Add Loss Of Sense Of Smell To Symptom List; Surge In U.K.'s Unemployment Benefit Claims In April; Self-Describe Strong Leaders Stumble In Face Of Outbreak; U.S. Reopening Coast To Coast; States Across The United States Continue To Ease Restrictions; Top Researcher, Face Mask Key To Controlling Outbreak; Spanish And English Football Clubs Begin Limited Training; Premier League Takes First Step Towards Restarting Season; Trial Test If Dogs Can Smell Covid-19 In Humans. Aired 3-4a ET
• Key Model Revises U.S. Death Projection Slightly Downward; Moderna Vaccine Shows Positive Early Results; Trump Says He's Taking Hydroxychloroquine; Trump Threatens to Permanently Pull Funding from W.H.O.; China Supports Independent Review Once Virus is Contained; Mnuchin, Powell to Face Senate Banking Committee; Almost Every U.S. State Is In Some Phase of Reopening. Aired 4-4:30a ET
• Trump Says He's Taking Hydroxychloroquine, FDA Warns Against It; Some Colleges Announce Overhauls To Schedules And In-Person Classes To Battle Coronavirus; Treasury Secretary, Fed Chairman Testify On Relief Efforts. Aired 10-10:30a ET
• Moderna Says Early Vaccine Trials Show Promise; More U.S. States Reopening; United Kingdom Expands Testing Eligibility; Italian Nursing Homes Devastated by Virus; China Imposes 80% Tariff on Australian Barley; Fired Inspector General Investigating Pompeo on Two Fronts. Aired 12-1a ET
• China Supports Independent Review Once Virus Is Contained; Trump Threatens To Permanently Freeze WHO Funding; No Evidence Hydroxychloroquine Works As Treatment; Italian Nursing Homes Devastated By Virus; Almost Every U.S. State Is Back Open To Some Degree; Moderna Vaccine Trial Shows Promising Early Results; Fed Chair Confident of Economic Recovery in the Long Run; Merkel, Macron Propose Recovery Fund for E.U.; D.J. Raises $1 million for Charity from His Basement; India Prepares for Super Cyclone Amphan. Aired 1-2a ET
• Fed Chair, Treasury Secretary Testify on Coronavirus Relief; WHO Considers Trump Letter Threatening to Permanently End U.S. Funding; Former Acting CDC Director, Dr. Richard Besser, Discusses Trump's Threat to Remove U.S. Funding from WHO & Trump Saying CDC Originally "Had No Tests" for Coronavirus; Update on Coronavirus Responses Around the World. Aired 11-11:30a ET
• Trump Says He's taking Unproven Drug Hydroxychloroquine Despite Warnings; Trump Threatens to Pull WHO Funding if Improvements aren't Made; Trump Touts Taking Unproven Drug Despite Warnings; Some Colleges Overhaul Fall Plans to Combat Virus; U.S. Futures Flat Ahead of Powell, Mnuchin Testimony. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• European Stocks Higher On Reopenings, Recovery Proposal; India And Bangladesh Prepare For Super Cyclone Amphan; Navajo Nation Surpasses New York's Infections Rate. Aired 2-3a ET
• Economic Crisis; Coronavirus and Colleges; Trump's Distraction Strategy. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• Treasury Secretary and Fed Chairman Testify on Coronavirus Relief Efforts. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• All States will be Partially Reopened by Memorial Day Weekend; Rice University Reopening in the Fall; Powell and Mnuchin Testify on Economic Recovery; California Builds Army of Contact Tracers; Pompeo Asked for Firing of the Inspector General. Aired 9:30-10a
• Update on Coronavirus Responses Around the World; Trump Announces He's Taking Hydroxychloroquine Despite FDA Warnings; Dr. William Lang, Former White House Physician, Discusses Trump Taking Hydroxychloroquine to Ward Off COVID-19; New York State Begins Phase 1 of Their Reopening But Hard-Hit NYC Has to Wait; Hard-Hit Miami Reopens Tomorrow; Warren Grills Mnuchin over Lack of Penalties. Aired 11-11:30a ET
• Navy Says USS Theodore Roosevelt Will Return to Sea This Week; Nursing Homes Face New Reopening Guidelines; Restaurant Owners Plead with Trump for Changes to Small Business Loans. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• Canada to Keep Border with U.S. Closed Through June 21st; Live Coverage of Donald Trump Press Conference; Trump Breaks Former Presidents' Protocols. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• Trump Heads To Capitol Hill For Lunch With Senate Republicans; Several Schools To Skip Fall Break, End Classes By Thanksgiving; California Hopes To Have 13,000 Active Contact Tracers. Aired 12:30-1p ET
• NJ Salon Owners to Reopen Despite Order: "I've Had Enough"; Southwest Reports Bookings Are Up But How Safe is Flying?; Daniel Hendrickson, Creighton University President, Discusses Some Colleges Shaking Up Fall Schedules to Avoid 2nd Wave of Virus; Update on Coronavirus Headlines Across the Country . Aired 1:30-2p ET
• President Donald Trump Delivers Remarks On Farmers & Food Supply Issues; President Donald Trump Takes Questions At The White House; New York Governor Andrew Cuomo: No Such Scandal If Bailed-Out Businesses Lay Off Workers; New York Governor Orders Businesses That Take Government Funds To Rehire As Many People As They Laid Off; Gov. Cuomo: 105 Deaths In New York Reported On Monday. Aired 12-12:30p ET
• As All 50 States Reopen, U.S. Death Toll Now More Than 90,000; Trump Escalates Distraction, Deception, Lies As Deaths Soar; Lawmakers Grill Treasury, Fed Chiefs On Economic Relief. Aired 1-1:30p ET
• As States Reopen, Some Schools Limiting In-Person Classes This Fall; Warren Grills Mnuchin Over Lack Of Penalties; Volusia County, Florida, Sheriff: 3,000 Attend Weekend Block Party; Report: FL Data Chief Removed After Refusal To Censor Information; New Study Suggests People Who Recover From Coronavirus Cannot Infect Others. Aired 2:30- 3p ET
• Trump Says World Health Organization is a Puppet of China; What is WHO's Role in Coronavirus Fight; Trump Explains Why He Fired State Department Inspector General; U.K. Expands Testing to Anyone Age 5+ with Symptoms; Trial Tests if Dogs Can Smell COVID-19 in Humans; Native Americans Among Most Vulnerable to virus. Aired 4:30-5a ET


May 18, 2020
• White House Says Life Must Go On; Britain Promise to Fund Two Vaccine Programs; Rushing is Not a Good Idea; Italians Learned Their Lesson Well from COVID; Fed Chair Jay Powell Warns U.S. Recovery Could Take Until End of 2021; President Trump to Meet with Restaurant Industry Execs and Travel to Michigan; Japanese Economy Falls Into Recession; Pompeo Backs Away From Theory Virus Came From Wuhan Lab; U.S. Navajo Nation Hit Hard by Coronavirus Outbreak; After Three Elections and Political Deadlock, Israel Finally Swears In New Government; Cyclone Amphan at Super Typhoon Strength. Aired 3-4a ET
• Nearly All U.S. States Reopening as Death Toll Climbs; Japanese Economy Falls into Recession; More Than 100 Cases Linked to South Korean Fitness Class; Pompeo Backs Away from Theory Virus Came from Wuhan Lab; Australia's Trade Row with China Creates Turmoil for Farmers ; White House Criticizes CDC for Early Testing Failures; Self- Described Strong Leaders Stumble in Face of Outbreak; India Extends Lockdown Until May 31; Surrogacy Babies Stranded in Ukraine; Maryland Man Makes 'Miracle' Recovery from Virus. Aired 12-1a ET
• Trump Lashes Out After Criticism from Obama; Nearly All U.S. States Reopening as Death Toll Climbs; U.K. Official Says We May Never Find a Successful Vaccine; U.S. Fed Chair Says Economic Recovery Could Take Till End of 2021; Automakers Restart U.S. Operations with New Safety Measures; Shops, Restaurants Reopen in Italy as Lockdown Eases; U.K. Prime Minister Acknowledges Frustrations Over Lockdown Rules; John Hopkins Reports Brazil has Fourth Highest Cases Globally. Aired 4-4:30a ET
• A Big Pharmaceutical Company, Moderna, Says Today That Its Trials Have Produced Promising Results; Montana Have A High Increase At A High Rate Of Cases In The Coronavirus. Aired 11-11:30a ET
• White house Criticizes CDC for Early Testing Failures; Texas Records Highest Single Day Increase in Cases; New York State Sees Major Drop in New Cases; Two Hard-Hit Counties in Florida Can Begin Reopening; Japanese Economy Falls Into Recession; Kenya Facing Shortage of Life-Saving Ventilators; Australia Rolls Out Virtual Campaign to Boost Tourism. Aired 4:30-5a ET
• Interview with Mayors John Giles, Steve Benjamin, and Nan Whaley; Interview with China's Medical Expert Zhong Nanshan; New York Partnering with Churches to Increase Testing in Underserved Communities. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• Forty-eight U.S. States to Reopen; White House Trade Adviser Points Finger at CDC for Testing Problems; President Trump Says Obama is Incompetent; WHO Warns of COVID-Related Disease in Children; Spain to Enter Phase Two of Reopening; U.K. Prime Minister Accepts Public Frustration Over Lockdown Rules; Italy Takes Calculated Risk to Reopen; Brazil is Now Fourth Most Infected Nation; Mike Pompeo Backtracks on Theory of Origin of Coronavirus. Aired 2-3a ET
• Senior CDC Official Rebukes White House Criticism as Tensions Escalate; Trump Faces Backlash After Ousting Another Government Watchdog; Source: Ousted State Department Inspector General was Investigating Pompeo. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• Trump Faces Backlash After Ousting Another Watchdog; Fed Chair Speaks of Economic Recovery; Tourism Industry at Standstill; Covid-19 Endangers Black Colleges and Universities. Aired 9:30-10a ET
• Texas Records Highest Single-Day Increases In Cases; Two-Hard- Hit Counties In Florida Can Begin Reopening; Nearly All U.S. States Reopening As Death Toll Climbs; Pompeo Backs Away From Theory Virus Came From Wuhan Lab; U.K. Recruits More Than 17,000 Contact Tracers; Japan In Recession; U.S. House Stimulus Bill Facing Heavy Opposition in Senate; Japanese Economy Falls into Recession; India Extends Lockdown Until May 31st; Kenya Facing Shortage of Life-Saving Ventilators; Australia Rolls Out Virtual Campaign to Boost Tourism. Aired 1-2a ET
• Trump Fires I.G. Who Was Investigating Pompeo; NY Governor Cuomo Gives Update on Coronavirus Response. Aired 11:30a-12p ET
• Promising Vaccine Trial; U.S. Coronavirus Deaths Top 90,000. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• Donald Trump Wants Congress to Investigate "Obamagate" but AG Barr States Any Efforts Has to be Approved By Him First; New Questions For The Navy Today as it Tries to Get The Aircraft Carrier USS Theodore Roosevelt Back Into Active Operations. Aired 12:30-1p ET
• University of SC Shakes Up Fall Schedule to Get Ahead of Winter Wave; American Camp Association Releases Guidelines for Summer Camps; Update on Coronavirus Headlines Across the Country; Dr. Wasef Muzaffar Discusses Strongly Urging an Alabama School District to Cancel This Week's In-Person Graduations; Apple Rolls Out Temp Checks, Mandatory Masks as Stores Reopen. Aired 1:30-2p ET
• Study Says U.S. Would Have Hit 35 Million Coronavirus Cases by End Of April if No Social Distancing; 14 Sailors on USS Roosevelt Test Positive; American Camp Association Releases New Guidelines on Day and Sleepaway Camps; W.H.O. Chief Agrees to Independent Review of COVID Response. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• States Across the Country Reopening Despite Infection Rates; Vaccine Study Produces Antibodies; Man on Cruise Ship for Eight Weeks as Tests Come Back Negative and Positive. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• Man Stuck on Cruise Ship 8 Weeks During Pandemic; Fed Chair's Warning: Downturn May Last Until "Late 2021"; Small Business that Took 10 Year to Build Destroyed in Weeks; Trump Administration Blasts China & WHO over Transparency; Update on Coronavirus Response Around the World; Surrogate Babies Stranded in Ukraine. Aired 2:30-3p ET
• Early Results From Vaccine Trial Show Promise; Source Says, Ousted Inspector General Was Investigating Pompeo; Governors Balance Health Risks, Economy As They Reopen States. Aired 10-10:30a ET
• FBI: Pensacola Terrorist Radicalized As Far Back As 2015; President Donald Trump Spent Weekend Talking Up Baseless Obama Conspiracy Theory; Attorney General: Don't Expect Criminal Inquiry Of Obama Or Biden Based On Probe Into Russia Investigation's Origin; Massachusetts Begins Four-Phased Approach To Reopening. Aired 12- 12:30p ET
• Vaccine Trial Participants Develop Antibodies Against Virus; Reopening Review, 17 States See Rise In Cases, 18 See Drop; Trump Administration Fight Itself, HHS Chief Goes After White House Adviser. Aired 1-1:30p ET


May 17, 2020
• Italy Reports Lowest Daily Death Toll Since Early March; More U.S. States Lift Restrictions, Case Count Still High; Strokes and Other Complications Can Accompany COVID-19; The Dr. Fauci of China; Brazil's COVID-19 Death Toll Passes 15K; Major European Football Returns. Aired 12-12:30a ET
• More U.S. States Lift Restrictions, Case Count Still High; Georgia Businesses Picking Up Three Works after Opening; Strokes and Other Complications Can Accompany COVID-19; The Dr. Fauci of China; Australia-China Diplomatic Row Turns Economic; CDC Warns about Childhood Illness Linked to Coronavirus; Italy Reports Lowest Daily Death Toll Since Early March; Top E.U. Brexit Negotiator "Not Optimistic" about Trade Deal. Aired 2-3a ET
• More U.S. States Lift Restrictions, Case Count Still High; Georgia Businesses Picking Up Three Works after Opening; New Jersey Opens Some Beaches as "Dry Run"; Strokes and Other Complications Can Accompany COVID-19; Spain to Reopen in Phases; Top E.U. Brexit Negotiator "Not Optimistic" about Trade Deal; The Dr. Fauci of China; Minnesota State Trooper's Amazing Gift; U.S. Democrats to Investigate Trump's Latest Firing; Demonstrators Demand Justice for Ahmaud Arbery; Major European Football Returns. Aired 3-4a ET
• Barack Obama Slams Trump Administration's Response to Coronavirus; Georgia Businesses Picking Up Three Works after Opening; Contact Tracing Vital Step in Controlling Coronavirus; Los Angeles Opens Some Beaches; The Dr. Fauci of China; U.S. Unemployment Claims Hit 36.5 Million; Many Retail Firms Struggling before Outbreak; Brazil's COVID-19 Death Toll Passes 15K; L.A. Firefighters Injured in Explosion; Virtual Graduation for Class of 2020. Aired 4-5a ET
• As Death Count Approaches 90,000, U.S. Begins Reopening; Texas Reports Highest One-Day Total Of New Cases; Beaches Start To Reopen In New Jersey But Remain Closed In New York; HHS Secretary Azar: New Antigen Tests Are In Development; Navajo Nation Faces Deepening Coronavirus Crisis; Interview With Navajo Nation President Jonathan Nez. Aired 2-3p ET
• Obama Slams Trump And Trump Fires Back; More States To Partially Reopen; State Department I.G. Fired By Trump; Texas One-Day Spike On New COVID-19 Cases; How And When To Reopen U.S. Schools?; Drive-In Movie Theaters Are Coming Back; Retail Industry Amid The Pandemic; Phyllis George, Dead At 70. Aired 5-6p ET
• Trump Attacks Obama As Grossly Incompetent In Escalating Feud; White House Trade Adviser Blames CDC On Testing Shortage; Trump Administration Makes More Moves In Its Watchdog Offices; Texas Reports Its Highest One-Day Spike In Coronavirus Cases; Governor Andrew Cuomo Tested For Coronavirus During Live Briefing; How Coronavirus Hits The Whole Body. Aired 4-5p ET
• New York Governor Gives Coronavirus Update. Aired 12-1p ET
• New York Governor Andrew Cuomo: Half Of New York Regions Begin Reopening; Los Angeles Explosion Melted Firefighters Helmets And Torched Their Coats; Dr. Zhong Advocates Reporting Accurate Disease Numbers; Hackers Target Law Firm, Threaten To Release Damaging Donald Trump Info; Black Light Experiment Shows How Quickly Virus Can Spread. Aired 1-2p ET
• The Coronavirus Pandemic Is Far From Over, But Most Of U.S. Starting To Get Back To Some Semblance Of A New Normal; Miami Date, Broward Counties In Florida To Partially Reopen Monday; Navajo Nation Faces Deepening Coronavirus Crisis. Aired 3-4 p ET
• Barack Obama Slams Trump Administration's Response to Coronavirus; Georgia Businesses Picking Up Three Works after Opening; Using Technology to Stop COVID-19 Spread; The Dr. Fauci of China; Italy Reports Lowest Daily Death Toll Since Early March; CDC Warns about Childhood Illness Linked to Coronavirus; Migrant Workers Left Few Options amid Outbreak; U.S. Democrats to Investigate Trump's Latest Firing; L.A. Firefighters Injured in Explosion; Pioneer Sportscaster Phyllis George Dead at 70. Aired 5-6a ET


May 16, 2020
• CDC Director Forecasts 100,000 U.S Coronavirus Deaths by June 1; White House Predicts Vaccine This Year, Experts Skeptical; Second Brazilian Health Minister Out; Questioning Online COVID-19 Data; TikTok Popularity Soars. Aired 12-12:30a ET
• Restrictions Eased in Parts of New York, Maryland, Virginia, 48 States to Phase in Reopen Plans by Monday; Germany and Austria Reopen Some Border Crossings; Second Brazilian Health Minister Out; CDC Director Forecasts 100,000 U.S Coronavirus Deaths by June 1; White House Predicts Vaccine This Year, Experts Skeptical; Researchers Use Cows to Develop Possible COVID-19 Treatment; China to Test All Wuhan Residents within 10 Days; Asia Pacific Region Reopening; Texas Restaurant Owner Weighs Economic Survival against His Health; Baltimore Students Hold Virtual Prom. Aired 2-3a ET
• White House Predicts Vaccine This Year, Experts Skeptical; U.S. Does Not Have Enough Syringes; United Kingdom Scientist Working on Unconventional Vaccine; Questioning Online COVID-19 Data; Restrictions Eased in Parts of New York, Maryland, Virginia, 48 States to Phase in Reopen Plans by Monday; Sanofi CEO Walks Back Vaccine Priority Comments; Arbery Killer Says It Wasn't Racism; TikTok Popularity Soars. Aired 3-4a ET
• CDC Director Forecasts 100,000 U.S Coronavirus Deaths by June 1; Wisconsin Supreme Court Strikes Down State's Stay-At-Home Order; United Kingdom Scientist Working on Unconventional Vaccine; Russian Health Officials Push Back on Wrong Reports; Restrictions Eased in Parts of New York, Maryland, Virginia, 48 States to Phase in Reopen Plans by Monday; China to Test All Wuhan Residents within 10 Days; Trump Fires State Department IG; Texas Restaurant Owner Weighs Economic Survival against His Health; Keith Urban Shows Future of Live Concerts During Pandemic. Aired 4-5a ET
• President Trump Announces Operation to Increase Speed of Vaccine Development for Coronavirus; Reports Indicate Tension between White House and CDC over Data Gathering; Parts of New York and Georgia Reopening Their Economies; President Trump Announces Plan to Remove State Department Inspector General Steve Linick; Thousands Volunteer to be Exposed to Coronavirus in Trail to Help Develop Vaccine; Caravan Traveling to Glynn County to Seek Removal of District Attorneys Who Did Not Make Arrests for Shooting Death of Ahmaud Arbery; Celebrities to Help High Schoolers Celebrate Graduation. Aired 10-11a ET
• White House Predicts Vaccine This Year, Experts Skeptical; Restrictions Eased In Parts Of New York, Maryland, Virginia, 48 States To Phase In Reopen Plans By Monday; United Kingdom Scientist Working On Unconventional Vaccine; Germany And Austria Reopen Some Border Crossings; Washington, D.C., To Stay Home Through June 8; McDonald's Details Safety Measures For Reopening Dining Rooms; Aging Veterans Losing Battle With COVID-19; Second Brazilian Health Minister Out. Aired 5-6a ET
• House Passes $3 Trillion Stimulus Package Despite Dem Defections; NY Stay-At-Home Order Extended Until May 28, Five Regions Reopened; Arkansas Holds Off On Phase 2 Reopening Amid Rise In Cases; Interview With Arkansas Governor Asa Hutchinson (R); Some New Jersey Beaches Open For Memorial Day "Dry Run"; D.C. And Surrounding Suburbs Extend Stay-At-Home Orders; Grocery Stores Record Largest Spike In Prices In Nearly 50 Years. Aired 11a-12p ET
• President Trump Announces Operation To Increase Speed Of Vaccine Development For Coronavirus; Reports Indicate Tension Between White House And CDC Over Data Gathering; New York Issues Plans To Reopen Parts Of State's Economy; California Beaches Reopen With Restrictions; Navajo Nation Hit Particularly Hard By Coronavirus Pandemic; New Orleans Mayor LaToya Cantrell (D) Is Interviewed On Reopening City's Economy; Celebrities To Help High Schoolers Celebrate Graduation. Aired 2-3p ET
• Forty-Eight States Partially Reopening Or Easing Restrictions By Sunday; Black Light Experiment Shows How Quickly Virus Can Spread; Trump Fires State Department Watch Dog Reportedly Investigating Pompeo; Rep. Gerry Connolly (D-VA) Discusses Trump Firing Linick, Pompeo Under Investigation, Democrat Probe Into Linick Firing, Democrat Coronavirus Aid Bill; McDonald's Details Safety Measures For Reopening Dining Rooms; J.C. Penny Files For Bankruptcy After 118 Years In Business. Aired 3-4p ET
• Forty-Eight States Partially Reopen Or Easing Restrictions By Sunday; Trump: "Vaccine Or No Vaccine, We're Back"; Growing Fears Over Possible COVID-Linked Syndrome In Kids; Transit Workers Head Back To Work Fearing Virus Exposure; John Costa, International President, Amalgamated Transit Union, Discusses Safety Of Transit Workers As States Reopen; Researchers Use Cows To Develop Possible COVID-19 Treatment; New Text Message Emerges In Ahmaud Arbery Case; Protests In Brunswick, GA, Over Arbery Killing. Aired 4-5p ET
• States Reopen; Barack Obama On Trump Administration; Volunteers To Take In Virus; Grocery Prices Rise By 2.6 Percent In Month Of April; Chef Daniel Boulud Discusses Rising Grocery Prices, Speaking To Trump On Reopening Restaurants, His Food1st Project; Can Sports Leagues Resume Games Without Virus Risk?; Sportscaster, Bob Costas, Discusses The Future Of Sports & Olympics Postponed. Aired 5-6p ET
• Trump Announces Ambitious Plan To Develop Vaccine By The End Of The Year; Pence To Take First Trip Since His Press Secretary's Positive Test; Tensions Rise Between The White House And CDC; Mexico Reports 2,400-Plus New Cases For Second Straight Day; Protesters Arrested At Anti-Lockdown Demonstration In London As U.K. Lowers Coronavirus Threat Level; Trump Fires State Department Inspector General Steve Linick. Aired 1-2p ET
• New York Governor Andrew Cuomo: Gives Coronavirus Update, 157 Coronavirus Deaths Yesterday In New York; Data Shows New Cases In Georgia Trending Downward In Recent Days; Georgia Restaurant Owner: Trying To Figure Out New Business Model; President Trump, Dr. Anthony Fauci Disagree Over When Schools Should Reopen; Grocery Stores Record Largest Spike In Prices In Nearly 50 Years; Retail Sales Dive To Record Low In April. Aired 12-1p ET
• Airlines Face Historic Losses As Pandemic Keeps People Home; New Text Message Shows Police Officer Connecting Ahmaud Arbery Suspect to Owner of Construction Site; Trump Fires State Department Watchdog Reportedly Investigating Pompeo. Aired 6-7p ET


May 15, 2020
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• Did Not Air 2-3a ET
• Ousted Vaccine Expert Laid Out Facts on Administration's Lack of Response; COVID-Like Illness targeting Children; Russian Health Officials Push Back on Wrong Reports; From One Man Infected to Now a Community Affected; Coronavirus Pandemic; Johns Hopkins University, 1.4 Million Cases In The United States; U.S. Vaccine Expert Warn Of Darkest Winter In Modern History; Protesters Demand U.S. States Reopen Quickly; At Least 24 States Are Seeing A Decreased Infection Rate; Questions Over Mexico's Reported Death Toll; Brazil Reports Record Number Of New Cases, Second Day In A Row; United Kingdom Scientist Working On Unconventional Vaccine; Sanofi CEO Walks Back Vaccine Priority Comments; Revealing A Hidden Killer, Japanese Studies Reveal How Easily Virus Can Spread; How To Keep Passengers Safe As Air Travel Resumes; Dubai Airport Implementing Social Distancing Measures; German Bundesliga Ready To Return To The Pitch. Aired 3-4a ET
• Ousted Vaccine Expert Warns 'Time is Running Out'; Moscow Health Officials Hit Back at Underreporting Claims; Questions Over Mexico's Reported Death Toll; Chinese Officials Ramp Up COVID-19 Testing; Seoul Nightclub Cluster Grows; 36.5 Million U.S. Unemployment Claims Filed Since Mid-March; Singapore's Migrant Workers Stuck in Dorms; U.K. Scientists Working on Unconventional Vaccine. Aired 12-1a ET
• Ousted U.S. Vaccine Expert Warns Time is Running Out; CDC Issues Guidelines on Rare Disorder Among Children; Trump Tries to Discredit Bright as Disgruntled Employee; Las Vegas Casinos Prepare to Reopen in a Few Weeks; Scientists Test Novel Approach to COVID-19 Vaccine. Aired 4-4:30a ET
• New Cases Rising in Some U.S. States, Falling in Others; Moscow Health Officials Hit Back at Underreporting Claims; U.S. Airlines Disagree on Face Mask Policies; Emirates to Resume Some Fights Starting May 21; Japanese Studies Reveal How Easily Virus Can Spread. Aired 4:30-5a ET
• CDC Releases Scaled-Back Guidance As States Reopen; Researchers Use Cows To Develop Possible COVID-19 Treatment; Face Coverings Mandatory For Los Angeles County Residents. Aired 10-10:30a ET
• Schools Weigh Options to Reopen; Retail Sales Collapse; Casinos Prepare to Reopen; Mental and Physical Effects of the Pandemic. Aired 9:30-10a
• 48 States Will Have Eased Coronavirus Restrictions By Weekend; Dr. Jehan El-Bayoumi Discusses D.C. and Surrounding Counties in Maryland, Virginia Putting Off Reopening; Bars Open After Court Blocks Wisconsin's Stay-at-Home Order; Wisconsin Lt. Gov. Mandela Barnes, (D), Discusses Health Risk after Court Blocks Stay-at-Home Order; Dr. Howard Forman Discusses Scaled-Back CDC Reopening Guidelines. Aired 11-11:30a ET
• Can Cows Help Treat Coronavirus?; States Reopening; President Trump Promises Vaccine By End of Year. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• New York Extends Stay-at-Home Order Unless Region Meets Criteria; Wisconsin Counties Set Own Rules After Court Throws Out Stay-at-Home Order; Data Shows New Cases in Georgia Trending Downward in Recent Days; Some Louisiana Businesses Reopening as Stay-at-Home Order Expires; FDA Commissioner: Up to White House to Decide Whether it will Still Use Abbott's Fast COVID-19 Test; CDC Releases Scaled- Back Guidance as States Reopen; Kellyanne Conway: President Trump to Make Announcement on Vaccine Development at Noon Eastern Time. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• New Vaccine Chief Says, early date suggests by end of the year; . Aired 1-1:30p ET
• Dr. Howard Forman Discusses Scaled-Back CDC Reopening Guidelines; 5 Sailors on "USS Theodore Roosevelt" Test Positive for Coronavirus; NY Governor Cuomo Gives Update on Coronavirus Response. Aired 11:30a-12p ET
• White House Threatens To Veto $3 Trillion COVID Relief Bill; Trump Discusses Push For Coronavirus Vaccine. Aired 12:30-1p ET
• Interview with L.A. County Public Health Director; Interview with Ford President and CEO Jim Hackett; China to Test All Wuhan Residents Within 10 Days. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• Researchers Are Using Mice to Develop Antibody Treatment; CEO Predicts 25 Percent of All Restaurants Will Permanently Close; Mayor Says Hundreds of Contract Tracers Will Start in Days; Nicaraguans Accuse Government of Hiding Real Death Toll. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• Vaccines May Not Be an Easy Solution; Coronavirus Cases Surging in Texas; Interview with Keith Urban. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• Dr. Peter Hotez Discusses Reliability of Coronavirus Tests Used by White House; New Cases Decline in 28 States as Most of U.S. Reopens; Why Some Cases Are Declining as Nearly all U.S. States Reopen; Wisconsin Bars Packed after Court Strikes Down Lockdown Orders; Kroger to End Extra "Hero Pay" for Frontline Workers; Asian- American Doctors Create Video to Show Racial Hate; Trump's New Vaccine Chief: Early Data Suggests Doses by End of Year. Aired 1:30-2p ET
• U.S. Coronavirus Deaths Near 86,000; Cases Eclipse 1.4 Million; Trump To Discuss Vaccine As Admin Experts Predict 12-18 Month Timeline; CDC Warns About Childhood Illness Possibly Linked To COVID- 19; 48 States Will Have Eased Coronavirus Restrictions By Weekend; Texas Sees Highest Number Of New Coronavirus Cases In One Day; U.S. Retail Sales Plunge A Record 16.4 percent in April; White House Threatens To Veto $3 Trillion COVID Relief Bill. Aired 12-12:30p ET
• Keith Urban Shows Future of Live Concerts During Pandemic; Michelle Nunn, president/ CEO, Care USA AND Sheryl Sandberg, COO, Facebook, Discuss Initiative to Tackle Gender-Based Violence During Pandemic; Update on Coronavirus Response Around the World; Tensions Rise Between U.S. and China over Businesses, Pandemic; TAPS Helps Frontline Workers With Grief. Aired 2:30-3p ET


May 14, 2020
• President Trump Contradicts His Top Health Expert's View; WHO Fears Coronavirus Will Stay Longer; Millions of Americans Filed for Unemployment; Volunteers Risk Their Lives for the Sake of Everybody; Coronavirus Pandemic, Volunteers Behind Covid-19 Vaccine Trials; Europe Looks For Return Of Tourism; U.S. Moves To Reopen Even As Death Toll Climbs; European Union Releases Guidelines For Phased Return Tourism; Town Caught In The Middle Of Covid-19 Lockdown; Brazil Reports 11,350 Plus New Cases In A Single Day; U.S. Mask Manufacturer Prestige Ameritech, Government Missed Timely Opportunity; Play Ball Has Never Been Like This; Can Sports Leagues Resume Games Without Virus Risk. Aired 3-4a ET
• U.S. Vaccine Expert Warns of Darkest Winter in Modern History; Trump calls Fauci's Comments on Schools Unacceptable; Fauci Says U.S. Death Toll Probably Being Undercounted; Abbot Defend Test as Preliminary Study Reports Flaws; Wisconsin's Top court Strikes Down Stay-at-Home Order; U.S. States Reopening as Death Toll Exceeds 84,000; European Plans to Revive Air Travel for Summer Tourism; U.K. Finance Minister Says Significant Recession Likely. Aired 4-4:30a ET
• Ousted Federal Vaccine Chief Testifies In Whistleblower Hearing. Aired 10-10:30a ET
• Study Shows Droplets with Virus Can Stay in Air Eight Minutes; Experts Say Contact Tracing is Key in Slowing Virus' Spread; Fed Chairman Warns U.S. May Need New Stimulus; Major U.S. Airlines Struggle to Enforce Safety Policies; Audio and New Video Released in Death of Jogger; Can Sports Leagues Resume Games Without Virus Risk. Aired 4:30-5a ET
• Nearly 3 Million Americans Filed Unemployment Claims Last Week; Texas A.G. Warns Cities to Loosen Restrictions; Texas PPE Maker Set to Testify That U.S. Government Ignored His Offer to Produce Millions of Masks. Aired 9:30-10a ET
• Meet the Volunteers Behind COVID-19 Vaccine Trials; U.S. Accuses China of Trying to Steal Vaccine Research; Trump: Dealing with China is Very Expensive; MLS Plans Centralized Tournament to Resume Season; Naomi Osaka Opens Up While Tennis on Hold. Aired 12-1a ET
• U.S. States Reopening As Death Toll Exceeds 84,000; Sources: Trump Camp Questioning If COVID-19 Death Toll Is Inflated, Fauci Says It's Likely Too Low; Thousands Return To Work As The U.K. Eases Restrictions; Fed Chair Warns U.S. May Need New Stimulus; Push for Contact Tracing to Track Virus Infections; Tracking Night club Cases Key Concern for South Korea; COVID-19 Policies Impact Town on Belgium- Netherlands Border; Brazil's Sao Paula Favelas Struggle to Combat Virus; Can Sports Leagues Resume Games without Virus Risk; Naomi Osaka Opens Up While Tennis is on Hold. Aired 1-2a ET
• Trump Takes Criticism of Dr. Fauci Public; Ousted Vaccine Chief: U.S. Faces "Darkest Winter" Without Better Response; L.A. Times: FBI Serves Warrant to Senator Burr in Stocks Investigation; Wisconsin Supreme Court Strikes Down Stay-at-Home Order; CDC Shelved Report Provides Detailed Guidelines for Reopening. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• Fed Chair Warns U.S. May Need New Stimulus; Thousands Return To Work As U.K. Eases Restrictions; Volunteers Behind COVID-19 Vaccine Trials. Aired 2-3a ET
• When Will Schools Reopen?; Wisconsin Supreme Court Strikes Down Stay-At-Home Order; Former Top U.S. Vaccine Expert Issues Stark Warning. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• Trump Says Fauci's Caution on Reopening Schools Not An Acceptable Answer; Colleges Look for Federal Guidance on When to Reopen; Senator Burr Stepping Down As Intel Chair after FBI Seized His Cell Phone; Doctors May See More Cases of Coronavirus Related Disease in Children. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• Sen. Richard Burr (R-NC) to Relinquish Chairmanship of Intelligence Committee; Live Coverage of Gov. Andrew Cuomo (D-NY) Press Conference; States Track Cases as More Reopenings Begin. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• Ousted Federal Vaccine Chief Testifies In Whistleblower Hearing. Aired 12:30-1p ET
• Ousted Federal Vaccine Chief Testifies in Whistleblower Hearing; Dr. Bright: I Believe We Could Have Done Better. Aired 10:30- 11a ET
• Dr. Richard Bright: "Met With Indifferences" When I Warned Of PPE Shortage In January Got A Number Of Excuses, But Never Any Action; Dr. Richard Bright: "Without Better Planning, 2020 Could Be The Darkest Winter In Modern History"; Dr. Richard Bright: "I Was Quite Alarmed" To Learn National Stockpile Didn't Include Enough Testing Equipment & Supplies; Dr. Richard Bright: "I Was Told That My Urgings Were Causing A Commotion, And I Was Removed From Those Meetings"; Dr. Richard Bright: "Time Is Running Out" With Virus Spreading Everywhere. Aired 12-12:30p ET
• Ousted Federal Vaccine Chief Testifies In Whistleblower Hearing. Aired 1-1:30p ET
• Rates of New Cases, Deaths Per Day on Average Are Down in U.S.; Minnesota Governor Says Mall of America Will Reopen on June 1st; Pentagon Removes Defense Production Act Point Person; Wisconsin's Top Court Strikes Down Stay-at-Home Order; Black-Light Experiment Shows How Quickly Virus Can Spread; Research Scientist, Jeremy Howard, Discusses Health Experts Asking Governors to Require Masks, Japanese Study on Virus Spread, Study Showing Virus Droplets Can Remain in Air 8 Minutes; Mike Lovell, Marquette University President, Discusses Call with Pence on Bringing Students Back to Campuses; FBI Seizes Senator Burr's Phone in Stock Sale Probe. Aired 2:30-3p ET
• Dr. Bright Says Window Of Opportunity Is Closing To Address The Pandemic. Aired 11-11:30a ET
• Dr. Rick Bright's Testimony On Coronavirus Pandemic. Aired 11:30a-12p ET
• Dr. Rick Bright Testifies Before House Health Subcommittee; Dr. Peter Hotez Discusses Rick Bright Testimony; Trump & HHS Secretary Azar Weigh in on Bright's Testimony. Aired 1:30-2p ET


May 13, 2020
• Dr. Fauci Laying the Consequences of Loosening Restrictions; One Positive Can Infect a Whole Community; Coronavirus Penetrates Putin's Inner Circle; New Illness Prey on Children; Malnutrition and Food Scarcity Could Lead 1.2 Children to Die in Six Months; Coronavirus Pandemic; Dr. Fauci And The U.S. President, A Task Force Timeline; U.S. Markets Look To Avoid Another Huge Sell-Off; Debates Rages Over How And When To Reopen Economies; Officials Order Tesla Plant To Cease Operations; U.K. Easing Restrictions On Movement; Germany, Decline In Infections After Earlier Outbreaks; Germany Finds Unique Ways To Keep Culture Alive; Top U.S. Diplomat Arrives In Israel Amid Virus Crisis; Celebrities Offer Words Of Encouragement To 2020 Grads. Aired 3-4a ET
• New Cluster Connected to Seoul's LGBTQ Nightclubs; Debate Rages Over How and When to Reopen Economies; Germany Finds Unique Ways to Keep Culture Alive; Twitter: Some Employees Can Work from Home Indefinitely; Trump's Lawyers Argue for Temporary Immunity from Investigation, Prosecution; U.S. Projected Deaths to Reach 147K by August 4; Fauci Warns of Serious Consequences in Reopening Too Fast; Putin Spokesperson Hospitalized with COVID-19; All Wuhan Citizens to Be Tested Following New Cases; New Cluster Connected to Seoul's LGBTQ Night Clubs. Aired 12-1a ET
• Fauci Worries Reopening Early Could Lead to Outbreaks; Trump Claims U.S. Leads the World in Testing; CDC: Limited Data on Risk Factors for Severe Disease; Children Diagnosed with Possible COVID-19 Related Illness; U.K. Easing Restrictions on Movement; Russia has Second Highest Number of Cases, After U.S. Aired 4-4:30a ET
• Key Model Increases U.S. Death Projection As States Reopen; CDC To Warn About Possible Virus-Related Syndrome In Children. Aired 10- 10:30a ET
• Fauci Warns Of Serious Consequences In Reopening Too Fast; New Model Projects 147,000 U.S. Deaths By August 4; Poll: Putin's Approval Rating Falls Over Virus Response; All Wuhan Citizens To Be Tested Following New Cases; New Cluster Connected To Seoul's LGBTQ Nightclubs; Key Model Now Projects 147,000 U.S. Deaths by August; Debate Rages over How and When to Reopen Economies; European Carmakers Expect Slow Start as they Reopen; Dr. Fauci and the U.S. President; Drive-in Movie Theaters See Surge in Popularity. Aired 1-2a ET
• Los Angeles Mayor: Will Proceed Slowly With Reopening; U.S. Markets Look To Avoid Another Huge Sell-Off; CDC: Limited Data On Risk Factors For Severe Disease; Fauci Warns of Serious Consequences in Reopening Too Fast; Putin Spokesperson Hospitalized with COVID-19; All Wuhan Citizens to Be Tested Following New Cases; New Cluster Connected to Seoul's LGBTQ Night Clubs; New Zealand Further Easing Lockdown; U.K. Shops Could Begin Reopening by June. Aired 2-3a ET
• Los Angeles Mayor Says Our Restrictions Will Evolve; U.S. Reopening Overshadowed by New Virus Projections; Fauci is Concerned Little Spikes May Become Outbreaks; Debate Rages Over How and When to Reopen Economies; Boeing Deliveries Drop as Canceled Order Climb; Twitter Says Some Employees Can Work from Home Forever; Top U.S. Diplomat Arrives in Israel Amid Virus Crisis; Celebs Offer Words of Encouragement to 2020 Grads. Aired 4:30-5a ET
• Russia Reports Second-Highest Coronavirus Infections; Michael Flynn Judge to Wait Before Ruling on Justice Department's Request to Dismiss Charges; Alameda County to Allow Tesla Factory Reopening. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• House Dems Unveil Relief Package; Report on Jobs Lost Will Never Come Back; Grocery Costs see Big Spike; Gov. Ned Lamont (D-CT) is Interviewed about Reopening; Supreme Court Hears Electoral College Cases. Aired 9:30-10a ET
• White House Coronavirus Tests Faulty?; Will Schools Open in Fall?; Projected U.S. Coronavirus Deaths Rising. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• Paul Manafort Released from Prison Over Coronavirus Fears; CDC to Warn About Possible Virus-Related Syndrome in Children; UNICEF Issues Dire Report on Pandemic's Deadly Impact on Children. Aired 9- 9:30a ET
• Cal State University System Says Student Won't Return in Fall; Dr. Rochelle Walensky & Dr. Jen Kates Discuss Worries of Rising Deaths as States Reopen, New IHME Model Predicting 147,000 Deaths by August; Whistleblower Warns of "Darkest Winter in Modern History" Without Ramped-Up Countermeasures; House Democrats Planning Vote on $3 Trillion Stimulus Package; John Friedman, Opportunity Insights Founding Co-Director, Discusses Economic Conditions in 50 States with 50 Plans; New CNN Poll: Trump Leads Biden Among Battleground Voters. Aired 11-11:30a ET
• New York Governor Andrew Cuomo: 166 People Died In Past 24 Hours; Whistleblower Warns Of "Darkest Winter In Modern History" Without Ramped Up Countermeasures; Virginia And Maryland Set To Begin Phased Reopening; Federal Chief: Burden Of This Crisis Has "Fallen Most Heavily On Those Least Able To Bear It"; Nation's Largest University System Won't Bring Students Back In Fall. Aired 12-12:30p ET
• University President Argues "This Is Not Time For A Gap Year"; Judge Delays Approval Of Michael Flynn Case Dismissal; States Consider Mail-In Voting For November. Aired 12:30-1p ET
• CDC Warns Doctors About Inflammatory Syndrome in Children That May Be Linked to The Coronavirus; Florida Governor to Allow Visitors Back into Nursing Homes; Russia Case Toll Now Second in The World Behind the U.S. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• New Study Finds Abbott Coronavirus Test Returns Many False Negatives; States' Reopenings Vary Widely Around the Country; U.S. Children Are Developing Serious Coronavirus Complications. Aired 2- 2:30p ET
• New CNN Poll; Trump Leads Biden Among Battleground Voters; NY Governor Cuomo Gives Update on Coronavirus Response. Aired 11:30a-12p ET
• Ousted Vaccine Chief To Warn Darkest Winter In Modern History; Cal State To Keep Classes Online In Fall, Fearing New Wave; Airlines To Attendants, De-escalate Spats Over Masks. Aired 1-1:30p ET
• Sara Nelson, Association Of Flight Attendants International President, Discusses Airlines Acknowledging Mask Policies May Be Difficult To Enforce; Update On Coronavirus Responses Across The Country; Rep. Brendan Boyle (D-PA), Discusses His Telling President Trump Not To Come To His State Tomorrow; Dr. Pablo Rodriguez, Medical Director, CARE, New England, Discusses Rhode Island Hispanic Community On Edge Over Coronavirus. Aired 1:30-2p ET
• Dan Cronauer, Gym Owner, Discusses People Inspiring Him to Open Up on Monday Despite the State's COVID-19 Lockdown Order; California Officials Cave to Elon Musk; Florida Cases Stabilize after 1 Week of Reopening; NBA Stars Old Secret Meeting about Resuming Season; Update on Coronavirus Across the Country Update on Coronavirus Response Across the World. Aired 2:30-3p ET


May 12, 2020
• Health Experts Warns of a Deadlier Second Wave; President Trump Portrayed a Mission Accomplished on Testing; Local Transmission Reported in China's Hubei Province; South Korea Postpone Reopening of Classes; Boris Johnson Criticized for Lack of Details; Coronavirus Pandemic, Doctor Returns Home On Full Flight; U.S. Democrats Push For Another Massive Stimulus Plan; U.S. Small Businesses Seek Changes To Relief Program; Payroll Protection Program Guidelines; Saudi Aramco Profits Slide 25 Percent in Firsts Quarter; Germany Sees Large Single- Day Surge In New Cases; Angela Merkel Urges Caution During New Phase Of Pandemic; Infections Rise In Germany As Lockdown Is Eased; Vladimir Putin Announces Russia To Ease Restrictions As Cases Surge; Turkey Records Fewest Daily Cases Since March 26; Turkey Reopens Hair Salons, Malls; Quebec Schools Take New Precautions As They Reopen; English Premier League's Crunch Talks; Llamas Role In Vaccine Research; Llama's Antibodies Could Be Key To Vaccine. Aired 3-4a ET
• Fears Of A Second COVID-19 Wave; South Korea Postpones Reopening Of Schools Due To Spike In Cases; U.S. States Attempting To Restart Businesses; Questions Remain About U.K.'s Reopening Plan; Shanghai Disneyland Reopens With New Health Measures; Doctors Forced to Choose Whom to Treat with Remdesivir; Dr. Sasson's Return Home after 30 Days in New York; Navigating COVID-19 and the Aftermath of Abuse; Toyota and Honda Announcing Financial Results. Aired 1-2a ET
• NYT, Fauci To Warn About Prematurely Opening Country; Trump Claims the U.S. Has Prevailed on Testing; White House Mandates Masks in West Wing; Most of U.S. Reopening with Increased Deaths Projected; U.S. States Attempting to Restart Businesses; Seoul Reports 100+ New Cases Linked to Nightclub Cluster; Putin Announces Russia to Ease Restrictions as Cases Surge; Paris Metro Riders Required to Wear Masks. Aired 4-4:30a ET
• Fauci And Top Health Officials Testify Before Senate. Aired 10- 10:30a ET
• Global Concern over COVID-19 Flare-ups; West Wing Staffers Required to Mask; U.S. Deaths Top 80K; New York Hopeful about Virus Battle; Russia Fourth in World for Virus Cases; Questions Remain on U.K.'s Reopening; Most of U.S. Reopening with Increased Deaths Projected; Trump: 'We Have Met the Moment and We Have Prevailed'; China Denies Trying to Steal U.S. Vaccine Data; Toyota Says Operating Profits to Hit 9-Year Low; Turkey Reopens Hair Salons, Malls; Llama's Antibodies Could Be Key to Vaccine. Aired 12-1a ET
• Trump Says U.S. Has Prevailed in Virus Testing; Trump Says He May Mandate Testing in Nursing Homes; U.S. Justice Department Assessing Whether to Bring Hate Crime Charges in Arbery Shooting; Shanghai Disneyland Reopens with New Health Measures. Aired 4:30-5a ET
• President Trump Wrongly Claims That Anybody Who Wants A Test Can Get One; Trump Says He Mandate Testing In Nursing Homes; Shanghai Disneyland Reopens With New Health Measures. Aired 2-3a ET
• Anthony Fauci and Top U.S. Health Officials to Testify Before Senate Committee Soon; CDC: Coronavirus Death Toll in New York City May Be Much Higher; House Democrats Work on New Stimulus Bill. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• Fauci Warns in U.S. Opens Too Soon; Putin Spokesman Hospitalized with Covid-19; Supreme Court Hears Trump Tax Return Case; Restaurants Face High Prices to Reopen; MLB Proposes Season. Aired 9:30-10a ET
• Dr. Fauci Testifies Before Senate Panel on Coronavirus Response; Dr. Fauci Gives Opening Statement Before Senate Panel. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• Los Angeles Extending Stay-At-Home Order?; Supreme Court Hears Arguments Over Trump Tax Returns; Dr. Fauci Warns of Suffering and Death If States Reopen Too Soon. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• Dr. Anthony Fauci: Death Toll "Likely Is Higher" Thank 80,000 Plus Reported; Dr. Anthony Fauci: Go By Guidelines On Reopening To Avoid Spikes; Dr. Anthony Fauci: "We Had Better Really Careful" Since All Effects Are Not Known; Dr. Anthony Fauci: "Going In The Right Direction," But Outbreak Not Controlled; Dr. Anthony Fauci: Shouldn't Be "Cavalier" Thinking That Kids Are Immune To Virus. Aired 12-12:30p ET
• Supreme Court Hears Arguments over Trump's Financial Records; House Democrats Propose A New 3 Trillion Dollar COVID Relief Package; MLB Proposes 82 Game Season Starting in Early July. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• Anthony Fauci, Brett Giroir, Robert Redfield Testify Before Senate Today; Updates on Reopenings Around the Country; Following Elon Musk Tweet, Alameda County Orders Tesla to Stop Production. Aired 2- 2:30p ET
• Report: United States Not Even Among The Top 20 Countries In Virus Testing, Per Capita. Aired 12:30-1p ET
• Dr. Anthony Fauci, Admiral Brett Giroir, Dr. Robert Redfield Testify Before Senate Today; Fauci Says, We Run The Risk Of A Resurgence In Fall. Aired 1-1:30p ET
• End Of Senate Health, Education And Labor Committee Hearing; Fauci Warns Of Ignoring Guidelines On Reopening; Romney: We Treaded Water During February, March On Testing; Fauci: Going In Right Direction But Outbreak Not Controlled; Contentious Debate Between Sen. Rand Paul and Fauci Over Sending Kids Back To School. Aired 1:30-2p ET
• Former Ebola Czar, Ron Klain, Shows Virus Playbook On Twitter After McConnell Criticizes Obama Administration For Not Leaving One; Jeremy Konyndyk Discusses Trump Administration Dismantling Obama Administration Virus Playbook; Update On Coronavirus Response Around The World; U.S. Supreme Court Hears Arguments On Whether Trump Should Release Tax Returns. Aired 2:30-3p ET
• Dr. Anthony Fauci And Top Health Officials Testify Before Senate; Dr. Fauci: We Feel That Number of Deaths Are Likely Higher Than 80,000. Aired 11-11:30a ET
• Admiral Giroir, Dr. Fauci, Dr. Redfield Testify Before Senate While In Quarantine. Aired 11:30a-12p ET


May 11, 2020
• U.S. Vice President Pence Won't Enter Self-Quarantine; British Prime Minister Lays Out Plan for Easing Restrictions; Race on to Successfully Produce a Vaccine; Spike in South Korean Cases Linked to Night Clubs; China Reports 17 New Cases, Five in Wuhan; More U.S. States Reopen Despite Warnings; Trump Downplays Need for Increased Testing; Shanghai Disneyland Reopens with Limited Visitors; Georgia A.G. Requests Investigation into Handling of Arbery Murder; Major Sports Leagues Returning Without Fans. Aired 12-1a ET
• Elon Musk Files a Lawsuit Against Alameda County; Shanghai Disneyland Takes Strict Screening; New Details Coming Out Over Ahmaud Arbery's Killing; World Sports Itching to Go Back in the Field; Top White House Officials Force to Self-Quarantine; President Trump Eager to Restart Economy; Seoul Reported its Highest Coronavirus Case in One Day; Boris Johnson Advises People to be Alert; Europe Gradually Opens its Doors. Aired 3-4a ET
• Pence Will Not Self-Quarantine Despite White House COVID Cases; COVID-19 Concerns Grow Inside the White House; Interview with Dr. Ashish Jha, Director, Harvard Global Health Institute, U.S. Death Projections and Vaccines; U.K. Prime Minister Lays Out Plan for Easing Restrictions; Germany Sees Troubling Rise in Measure of New Infections; Parts of Spain Begin to Partially Reopen; Students Begin to Return to Schools Across Europe. Aired 4-4:30a ET
• White House Scrambles To Contain Coronavirus Outbreak; 47 States Partially Reopen, Loosen Restrictions Amid Outbreak; South Korea Tracking New COVID-19 Cases Linked To Nightclubs. Aired 10- 10:30a ET
• White House Officials Predict Dire Unemployment Numbers for May; Shanghai Disney Reopens After Coronavirus Shutdown; White House Scrambles to Do Contact Tracing for Mike Pence's Infected Press Secretary; Coronavirus Death Toll Projection at 137,184 by August; 47 States Partially Reopen, Loosen Restrictions Amid Outbreak. Aired 9- 9:30a ET
• China Reports 17 New Cases, Five in Wuhan; Spike in South Korean Cases Linked to Nightclubs; Farmers in U.S. in Dire Need of Assistance; Asia Markets Rise on Recovery Hopes; Elon Most Threatens to Move Tesla HQ Out of California; Shanghai Disneyland Reopens with Limited Visitors; Justice Department Asked to Investigate Handling of Arbery Case; COVID-19 Shuts Movie Production Down Across India. Aired 4:30-5a ET
• U.S. Vice President Pence Won't Enter Self-Quarantine; Trump Frustrated At Cases Within White House; South Korean President Warns Of Second Wave; China Reports 17 New Cases, Five In Wuhan; British Prime Minister Lays Out Plan For Easing Restrictions; Students Begin To Return To Schools Across Europe; Town on Tennessee-Virginia Border Under Two Sets of Rules; Some Officials to Quarantine after White House Infections; Georgia AG Requests Investigation into Handling of Case; A Fourth Stimulus Package is Premature. Aired 1-2a ET
• Growing COVID-19 Concerns Inside the White House; Despite Warnings, U.S. States Gradually Reopening; Warning of a New COVID- Related Illness Affecting Children New York; Prime Minister Boris Johnson Lays New Plan in Easing Restrictions; Germany Sees a Rise in New Infections; China Reports 17 New Cases, Lockdown Measures Implemented; Disneyland Reopens in Shanghai; Spike of New Cases in South Korea. Aired 2-3a ET
• West Wing On Edge As Virus Hits White House, Officials Refuse Quarantine; Trump Administration Announces Plan For Rationing Remdesivir; Study Shows Key Enzyme May Be Tied To Why Virus Hits Men Harder. Aired 1-1:30p ET
• Doctors Are Now Tracking a Mysterious Disease Linked to The Coronavirus That is Killing Children; The Director General of the WHO Says There Was A Surge Of Coronavirus Cases Over The Weekend In Some Of The Nations Around The World Where Stay At Home Measures And Other Restrictions Had Been Lifted. Aired 12:30-1p ET
• Navajo Nation And The Effects Caused By COVID-19; Governor Andrew Cuomo Holds A Press Conference From Irondequoit, NY About The Coronavirus. Aired 11:30a-12p ET
• Shanghai Disneyland Reopens; Lawsuits as Workplaces Reopen; Transit Workers Face Increased Risk; Full United Flight. Aired 9:30- 10a
• The White House Is Trying To Do Contact Tracing To See How The Coronavirus Got Into The White House West Wing; New York Governor Andrew Cuomo Holds A Press Conference From Irondequoit, NY About COVID-19. Aired 12-12:30p ET
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• Reopening Countries is Not a Straightforward Process; Coronavirus Outbreak End May Be Gradual; Sioux Tribes Running Checkpoints in South Dakota. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• Wide Range of Measures Under Way as States Reopen and Model Predicts 137,000 Deaths; Coronavirus Long-Term Complications Coming into View; Interview with Matthew McConaughey. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• White House Scrambles To Contain Coronavirus Outbreaks; Coronavirus Issues Hit Joint Chiefs; Former White House Physician, Dr. William Lang, Discusses Coronavirus Entering The White House; Complications When One State Opens Fast And Its Neighboring State Opens Slow; South Dakota Sioux Tribe Defies Governor, Refuses To Take Down Checkpoints; Interview With Navajo Nation President, Jonathan Nez, On Shutdown Of Gallup & Sioux Tribe Checkpoints In South Dakota. Aired 11-11:30a ET
• Polar Cave Ice Cream Parlor Owner, Mark Lawrence, Discusses Irate Customers Marring Shop's Reopening; Three Children Die, Dozens Sick By Mysterious Syndrome Possibly Linked To COVID-19; Update On Coronavirus Response Across The Country. Aired 1:30-2p ET
• Actor Matthew McConaughey Discusses His PSA Calling Out The Nation's Divide As U.S. Deaths Rise; Update On Coronavirus Responses Around The World; NYT: U.S. To Warn China About Trying To Hack Vaccine Info; Elon Musk Threatens To Move Tesla Plant Out Of California Amid Shelter-In-Place; "Home Front:" Pandemic Life Mirrors Military Deployment Life. Aired 2:30-3p ET


May 10, 2020
• Johns Hopkins: Coronavirus Tops 4 Million Worldwide; Dr. Anthony Fauci, Dr. Robert Redfield and Dr. Stephen Hahn Quarantine After Virus Exposure; 47 U.S. States Reopen; Son in Ecuador Searches for Father's Body; Prisons Becoming Hot Spots for COVID-19, Sex Offenders Released Early; Spain Relaxes Lockdown Rules; U.K. Study: Drinking on the Rise; Colombia's Flower Industry in Danger of Collapse. Aired 12-1a ET
• Spain Relaxes Lockdown Rules; U.K. Prime Minister to Announce Next Phase; Dr. Anthony Fauci, Dr. Robert Redfield and Dr. Stephen Hahn Quarantine After Virus Exposure; Virus-Linked Illness Strikes Children; White House Staffers Test Positive; Seoul Sees Spike; Prisons Becoming Hot Spots for COVID-19, Sex Offenders Released Early; Little Richard Dies at 87. Aired 2-3a ET
• Johns Hopkins: Coronavirus Tops 4 Million Worldwide; Virus- Linked Illness Strikes Children; U.K. Prime Minister to Announce Next Phase; Cases Climbing in Latin America; Son in Ecuador Searches for Father's Body; Dr. Anthony Fauci, Dr. Robert Redfield and Dr. Stephen Hahn Quarantine After Virus Exposure; Single Parents Struggle during Economic Crisis; Spain Relaxes Lockdown Rules; Fatal Georgia Shooting; Virtual Safaris in South Africa. Aired 3-4a ET
• Dr. Anthony Fauci, Dr. Robert Redfield And Dr. Stephen Hahn Quarantine After Virus Exposure; Forty-Seven U.S. States Reopen; Virus-Linked Illness Strikes Children; U.K. Prime Minister To Announce Next Phase; Computer Modeling Helps Officials Plan; Spain Relaxes Lockdown Rules; Johns Hopkins: Coronavirus Tops Four Million Worldwide; Virus Hitting Hard in Latino Communities. Aired 4-5a ET
• Forty-Seven U.S. States Reopen; Dr. Anthony Fauci, Dr. Robert Redfield And Dr. Stephen Hahn Quarantine After Virus Exposure; U.K. Prime Minister To Announce Next Phase; Spain Relaxes Lockdown Rules; Son In Ecuador Searches For Father's Body; U.S. To Start Purchasing Farm Goods; U.K. Study: Drinking On The Rise; Funeral Homes Struggle; Little Richard Dies At 87. Aired 5-6a ET
• Confirmed Global Coronavirus Cases Top Four Million, Death Toll Jumps To 281,000-Plus; Fauci, Heads Of CDC And FDA Quarantine After Virus Exposure; Worst Jobs Report In U.S. History: 20.5 Million Jobs Lost In April. Aired 3-4p ET
• British PM Boris Johnson Delivers Address On COVID-19 Restrictions; White House Officials: A Fourth Economic Stimulus Package "Premature;" Hassett Says, Working In White House Can Be Risky During Coronavirus Pandemic; Eighty-Five Children Infected With Illness Potentially Linked To Coronavirus; Official Calls For Federal Probe Of Ahmaud Abery's Murder. Aired 2-3p ET
• Three Top Members Of Coronavirus Task Force In Quarantine; Gov. Cuomo (D-NY) Updates New York's Response To COVID-19; Gov. Cuomo: New York Taking Additional Steps To Protect Nursing Homes. Aired 12-1p ET
• Dr. Anthony Fauci, Heads Of CDC In Quarantine After Virus Exposure; Forty-Seven States Partially Reopening Despite Rising Cases; Native American Tribes Reject South Dakota Governor's Ultimatum To Remove COVID-19 Checkpoints; Vital Conspiracy Theories Spreading Misinformation On COVID-19; Johnson & Johnson Aiming For A Billion Vaccines For Next Year; British PM Eases Some Restrictions, Unveils COVID-19 Alert System. Aired 4-5p ET


May 09, 2020
• Coronavirus Reaches White House West Wing; Americans Adjust to New Reality; Drug Cocktail Speeds Up Recovery; U.S. Posts Worst Jobs Report in History; Cases and Deaths Spiking in Brazil; Italy Moves to Ease Restrictions; Spain's Contradictory Restrictions; Las Vegas Magician Roy Horn Dies. Aired 2-3a ET
• Coronavirus Reaches White House West Wing; Americans Adjust to New Reality; Drug Cocktail Speeds Up Recovery; France Partially Eases Strict Lockdown May 11; COVID-19 Shuts Down Bollywood. Aired 3-3:30a ET
• Two Members of White House Staff Test Positive for Coronavirus; Audio Release of Former President Obama Criticizing Trump Administration; Two Children Die Due to Rare Pediatric Disease Possibly Linked to COVID-19; Fewer Children Reportedly Receiving Vaccines During Coronavirus Pandemic; Businesses Begin Reopening in Most States across U.S.; Possible Third Suspect Named in Shooting Death of Ahmaud Arbery; Daytona International Speedway to Host Graduation Ceremonies for Seniors at Two High Schools. Aired 10-11a ET
• Coronavirus Reaches White House West Wing; Lifestyles May Change until Cure Found; Barcelona Reopens Beaches; U.K. Prime Minister to Announce Next Phase of Pandemic Response; PPE Profiteers; Two Men Jailed in Death of Jogger; Victory in Europe Day; UFC Fighter Pulled after Positive COVID-19 Test. Aired 4-5a ET
• Coronavirus Reaches White House West Wing; Lifestyles May Change until Cure Found; U.K. Prime Minister to Announce Next Phase of Pandemic Response; Spain's Contradictory Restrictions; U.S. Posts Worst Jobs Report in History; Questioning Accuracy of Tests; Two Men Jailed in Death of Jogger; Experts Warned of Pandemic for Years; South Korea Baseball League Returns; Victory in Europe Day. Aired 5-6a ET
• Two Members Of White House Staff Test Positive For Coronavirus; Businesses Begin Reopening In Most States Across U.S.; Miami-Dade And Palm Beach Counties In Florida May Reopen Businesses Soon; Audio Released Of Former President Obama Criticizing Trump Administration; Hospitals Face Shortage Of FDA-Approved Drug Remdesivir To Treat Coronavirus Patients; U.K. Prime Minister Boris Johnson To Address Nation. Aired 2-3p ET
• Governor Cuomo Updates New York's Response To COVID-19; Governor Cuomo On Subways & Homeless Population; Governor Cuomo: Minority Communities In New York More Impacted By Virus; Governor Cuomo On Subways & Homeless Population; Obama Calls White House Response To Pandemic A "Chaotic Disaster"; VP Pence's Press Secretary Tests Positive For COVID-19; More Arrests In Fatal Shooting Over Face Mask. Aired 12-1p ET
• At Least 47 States Partially Reopening By Sunday As Cases Spike; The New Normal: Masks, Distancing, No Handshakes; Researchers: Inaccurate Testing Is Worse Than Not Testing; Obama On Private Call: "Rule Of Law At Risk" In Flynn Case; Father & Son Charged With Killing Black Jogger In Georgia; Families Turning To Food Banks Amid Massive Unemployment. Aired 3-4p ET
• U.S. Deaths Surpass 77,000, Confirmed Cases Top 1.2 Million; White House Officials Testing Positive For COVID-19; Growing Concerns About Accuracy Of Some Tests; At Least 73 Kids In New York Show Symptoms Of Kawasaki Disease; Rock And Roll Pioneer Little Richard Dies; Forty-Seven States Partially Reopen By Tomorrow Despite Health Warnings; Governor Cuomo Updates New York's Response To COVID-19. Aired 11a-12p ET
• Barack Obama Calls White House Response To Pandemic A "Chaotic Disaster"; Gov. Cuomo: Illness That May Be COVID-19-Related Takes Three Young Lives; Fed Agency: Vaccine Chief Removal May Have Been Retaliation; U.S. Hits Worst Unemployment Rate Since Great Depression; Diane Swonk, Grant Thornton Chief Economist, Discusses U.S. Hitting Worst Unemployment Since Great Depression; California Governor Says About 70 Percent Of State Can Reopen. Aired 1-2p ET
• Virus Hits The West Wing: Two Staffers Close To Trump And Pence Test Positive This Week; NY Governor: Illness That May Be Virus- Related Takes Three Young Lives; Obama Delivers Harsh Criticism Of Trump's Response To Pandemic; Coronavirus Curve Trends Upwards As States Reopen; Poll: Majority In U.S. Say Too Soon For States To Reopen; Demonstrations In Georgia Demand Justice For Ahmaud Arbery. Aired 4-5p ET
• Virus Hits West Wing; Syndrome That May Be Linked To Coronavirus; Jobs Lost In April; Robert Reich, Former Labor Secretary, Discusses Soaring Unemployment Rate; California Governor Says About 70 Percent Of State Can Reopen; Pandemic Shakes Up Routines For European Travelers; Public Debate Surrounds California Sex Offenders' Early Release. Aired 5-6p ET
• Two Children, Teen Die In New York After Experiencing Very Rare Syndrome That May Be Linked To Coronavirus; Interview With Rep. Donna Shalala (D-FL); "Washington Post:" CDC Director Will Self-Quarantine After Exposure To Person At White House Who Has Virus; Farmers Forced Into Painful Choices As Pandemic Hits Food Supply; Legendary Rock 'N' Roll Musician Little Richard Dies at 87. Aired 6-7p ET
• Coronavirus Reaches White House West Wing; Cases and Deaths Spiking in Brazil. Aired 12-12:15a ET


May 08, 2020
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• Some California Counties Rejecting Strict Regulations; Analysis: No Coordinated U.S. Plan To Track Antibody Tests; Russia Has Fifth-Highest Number of Coronavirus Cases In The World. Aired 5:30-6a ET
• Trump: "I See the New Normal Being What It Was Three Months Ago"; One of Trump's Personal Valets Tests Positive for COVID-19; Bleak U.S. Jobs Report Expected in Coming Hours; Georgia Men Charged with Murder of Jogger's Death. Aired 5-5:30a ET
• Business Owners Defy Governor's Order; Dark Cloud Darkens U.S. Economy; Millions Expected to File for Unemployment; CDC Guideline Under Editing Phase; Funeral Workers Pay Their Last Respect; Coronavirus Pandemic; Coronavirus Cases In The United States; 44 U.S. States Easing Restrictions This Weekend; One Of Trump's Personal Valet Tests Positive For Covid-19; White House Rejects Proposed CDC Guidelines For Reopening; U.S. Justice Department Drops Case Against Mike Flynn; No Coordinated U.S. Plan To Track Antibody Tests; Russia Sets Record With 11,000 New Cases In One Day; Brazilian Officials Push To Reopen Economy Despite Surge; Australian Prime Minister Outlines Three-Step Plan To Reopen Country; Hong Kong's New Reality As Prodemocracy Activist Return; U.K. Government To Announce Lockdown Plans Sunday; France Calls For Vigilance Ahead Of May 11 Reopening; Europe Marks 75 Years Since End Of WWII Amid Lockdowns; European Restaurants Protest Lockdown; Feeding Thousands Across India. Aired 3- 4a ET
• Schools Start to Reopen in Montana and Idaho; Trump Administration Rejects CDC Guidance on Reopening; Giving COVID-19 Victims Dignity in Death; U.S. and China Talk Economy, Public Health; One in 5 Americans File Jobless Claims Since Mid-March; Trump's Personal Valet Tests Positive for COVID-19; Russia Sets Record with 11,000+ New Cases in One Day; Hong Kong Reopening as Pro-Democracy Protests Return; Australian National Cabinet Discusses Reopening Country; U.K. Government to Announce Lockdown Plans Sunday; Israeli Arab and Jewish Doctors United in Virus Battle. Aired 12-1a ET
• U.S. Juggling Need to Reopen with Need for Public Safety; One in Five U.S. Workers File Jobless Claims Since Mid-March; One of Trump's Personal Valets Tests Positive for COVID-19; Analysis Shows No Coordinated U.S. Plan to Track Antibody Tests; U.K. Funeral Homes Deal with Rising Death Toll. Aired 4-4:30a ET
• New CDC Guidelines on Reopening Being Revised; Washington State has Kept COVID-19 Cases Low So Far; Some Rural California Counties Defy State Restrictions; Charges Files in Death of Georgia Jogger Caught on Video; French President Marks 75th Anniversary of VE Day; Hong Kong's New Reality as Pro-Democracy Activists Return. Aired 4:30- 5a ET
• 20.5 Million Jobs Lost In April, Worst Jobs Report In U.S. History; Manufacturer Says, Only Enough Remdesivir For 200,000 Patients Worldwide; Suspects Won't Face Hate Crime Charges In Ahmaud Arbery's Death. Aired 10-10:30a ET
• Airlines Struggle during Crisis; Kevin Hassett on April Jobs Numbers; Aired 9:30-10a ET
• U.S. Hits Highest Unemployment Rate Since Great Depression; Vice President's Press Secretary Tests Positive For Coronavirus. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• President Trump Says Personal Valet Who Tested Positive for COVID-19 was in a Room with Him on Tuesday; NYT: New Study Finds Most COVID-19 Survivors Carry Antibodies; Airlines Struggle as Air Travel Plunges. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• Pence Staffer Tests Positive For Coronavirus; Record-Worst 20.5 Million People Lost Jobs In April, Unemployment Rate Spikes to 14.7 Percent. Aired 1-1:30p ET
• Protests in Georgia Over Jogger Killing; NFL Releases Tentative Schedule for Season; Interview with Dairy Farmer Bottling Own Milk. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• Virus May Kill Extra 75,000 Through Deaths of Despair; Court Document Says Tara Reade's Ex-Husband Said She Spoke of Harassment; WHO Says Virus May Kill Up to 190,000 in Africa. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• 20.5 Million Jobs Lost in April, Worst Jobs Report in U.S. History; Trump Reacts to Jobs Report Ahead of Visit to WWII Memorial; Mark Zandi, Chief Economist, Moody's Analytics, Discusses April Jobs Report; 1000+ Employees Test Positive for COVID-19 at Iowa Tyson Plant; Mayor Steve Adler (D-Austin) Discusses Why It's too Soon to Open His City as Texas Reopens Amid Pandemic. Aired 11-11:30a ET
• Pence Staffer Tests Positive For Coronavirus; 24 Counties In PA Move Into Reopening Phase Today; State Reopenings Spur People To Leave Home. Aired 12:30-1p ET
• States Begin to Reopen; Mike Pence Staffer Tests Positive for Coronavirus; April is Worst Jobs Report in U.S. History. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• Doctors Voice Concerns about How Remdesivir Is Being Distributed; Brooklyn D.A.: Black New Yorkers Were 35 or 40 Social Distancing Arrests; Concerns Raised on Health Risks for Attendees as Trump Marks 75th Anniversary of V.E. Day; Mike Pence Staffer Tests Positive for Coronavirus; Aired 11:30a-12p ET
• New York Governor Andrew Cuomo: Hospitalizations Still Declining Statewide; New York Governor Andrew Cuomo: 216 Deaths Thursday, Down From 231 On Wednesday; New York Governor Andrew Cuomo: "Finally Ahead" Of This Virus But Must Stay Ahead Of It; New York Governor Andrew Cuomo: "No Doubt" Economic Impact Devastating But Must Get Through It; Vice President Mike Pence's Staffer Tests Positive For Coronavirus. Aired 12-12:30p ET
• Pence Staff Tests Positive for Coronavirus; Trump: Some Governors Opening Slowing to Hurt My Reelection Chances; California Taking 1st Significant Steps to Reopening Economy Today; Larry Levitt, Kaiser Family Foundation Executive V.P., Discusses Concerning Impact on Minorities, Nursing Home Residents & Poll Showing Most Americans Say Reopening Not Worth Risk; Trump Attacks FBI Chief in Wake of Flynn Charges Dropping. Aired 1:30-2p ET
• 3 Largest Beef Plants Reopen Amid Outbreaks Amid Worker Fears; Kim Cordova, President, UFCW, Local 7, Discusses Conditions for Workers in Meat Processing Plants & HHS Secretary Alex Azar Saying Workers Sick Due to Their Lifestyles; Trump Confirms Pence Press Secretary Katie Miller Tested Positive; Dr. Anne Rimoin Discusses V.P.'s Press Secretary Testing Positive & China Study Shows Virus Found in Men's Semen; Queen Elizabeth Speaks Amid Pandemic on "One of Most Memorial Nights". Aired 2:30-3p ET


May 07, 2020
• Gas Leak Killed Six People in India; U.S.-China War or Words Worsen Every Single Day; 43 States Failed to Follow White House Coronavirus Guidelines Prior to Re-opening; U.K. to Ease Its Lockdown Restrictions by Monday; Johns Hopkins, 3.7 Million Cases Worldwide, 263,000 Plus Deaths; Total Cases And Deaths Due To Coronavirus In The United States; President Trump Reverses Course On Winding Down Coronavirus Task Force; White House Task Force To Remain Indefinitely; Dr. Anthony Fauci Blocked From Testifying Before U.S. House; President Trump Doing Damage Control After Not Wearing Mask; Jared Kushner Complicates Acquisition Of Supplies; Worst Jobs Report Since Great Depression Expected; U.S. Stockpile Lacked Enough Gear To Fight Pandemic; Uber To Cut 3,700 Full-Time Jobs; Uber's Rival Lyft Has Announced 17 Percent Staff Cut; President Trump To Report Soon On China Fulfilling Phase One Of Trade Deal; The New Normal Of Travel; Brazil Reports More Than 10,000 New Infections In 24 Hours; Virtual Safaris In South Africa See Surge In Demand. Aired 3-4a ET
• U.S. Stockpile Lacked Enough Gear To Fight Coronavirus Pandemic; GBI To Investigate Death Of Man Shot And Killed In February; U.S. Battling With Food Supply Disruptions. Aired 5:30-6a ET
• 43 States Reopening Despite Not Meeting Guidelines; New Infections Still Rising in 19 U.S. States; Some Places in U.S. Looking for Signs of Virus Last Year; Global Quest Underway to Develop Viable Vaccine; U.K. Set to Ease Lockdown Starting Monday; Trump Says Virus Could Have Been Stopped in China; U.S. Weekly Jobs Data to Be Released; Angela Merkel Lays Out Plan for Germany's Gradual Reopening. Aired 4-4:30a ET
• At Least 43 States Partially Reopening by This Weekend Despite Continued Spread of Virus; Trump Reverses Course, Says Fauci and Birx Will Continue on WH Coronavirus Task Force; Germany Lifts Lockdown with Caution; The Wuhan Lab at the Center of the U.S.-China Blame Game; New Zealand PM Outlines Next Steps Forward; Brazil Reports More Than 10K New Infections in 24 Hours; Trump Reverses Course on Winding Down Task Force; Packed Planes and Empty Trains: Traveling Across Europe; Virtual Safaris in South Africa See Surge in Demand. Aired 12- 1a ET
• At Least 90,000 Health Care Workers Infected with Virus; Trump's Testy Exchange with a Nurse; Nurse Says Health Care Workers Lack Enough Gear to Fight Virus; New Banksy Artwork Honors Health Workers at U.K. Hospital; How Health Care Workers Deal with Constant Stress; Surprising Pandemic Habits Might Stick Around for Good; Ibiza's Nightlife Shuts Down as it Fights COVID-19; Proud Papa Moment Goes Viral. Aired 4:30-5a ET
• White House Ends Daily Medical Briefings, Rejects CDC Guidelines, Scales Back Fauci Appearances; States Reopening Despite Rising Number Of Cases; JetBlue And Spirit's Losses Are Even Worse Than Expected. Aired 10-10:30a ET
• Gas Leak In India Kills Six People, Hospitalizes 200; U.K. Records Worst Death Toll In Europe; Uber's Rival Lyft Has Announced 17 percent Staff Cut; Gas Leak at Indian Chemical Plant Kills at Least 11; In the U.S., More Than 1.2 Million Cases; Trump Reverses Course, Says Fauci and Birx Will Continue on WH Coronavirus Task Force; The Wuhan Lab at the Center of the U.S.-China Blame Game; New Zealand PM Outlines Next Stage of Eased Lockdown Restrictions. Aired 2-3a ET
• Valet To President Trump Tests Positive For Coronavirus; 3.2 Million Americans Filed New Unemployment Claims Last Week; Leading Scientist Says, Vaccine Not Likely This Year. Aired 1-1:30p ET
• China: U.S. Has No Proof Virus Came from Wuhan Lab; Trump Reverses Course on Winding Down Task Force; Venezuelan State TV Airs Video of Capture American; Uber and Lyft Announces Cuts; Surprising Pandemic Habits Might Stick Around for Good; Ibiza's Nightlife Shuts Down as it Fights COVID-19; Dad Celebrates Four-Year-Old Son's First Home Run. Aired 1-2a ET
• 3.2 Million More Americans Filed For Unemployment Last Week; Kids Hospitalized With Rare Symptoms Possibly Linked To COVID-19; Top U.N. Official Warns Of Potential Virus Boomerang If Wealth Nations Don't Help Low-Income Countries. Aired 9:30-10a ET
• Two California Counties Defy Governor; No Evidence Trump-Touted Drug Helps Patients; Trump Valet Tests Positive For Coronavirus. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• Trump Administration Rejects CDC Guidelines on Reopening U.S.; States Reopening Despite Rising Number of COVID-19 Cases; New York City Operates "Disaster Morgues" to Help Overwhelmed Funeral System; New York Under Stay-At-Home Order as Daily COVID-19 Deaths Drop. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• Updates to the Coronavirus' Impact on World Affairs; U.S. Pork Processing Plants Set to Reopen; Trump Valet Tests Positive for Coronavirus. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• Trump Speaks as His Valet Tests Positive for Coronavirus; Trump Says He's Being Tested Every Day; Death Toll Climbs as More States Reopen; Sports Giants Pair Up to Raise Money for Coronavirus Relief. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• Trump's Personal Valet Tests Positive For Coronavirus; Texas Supreme Court Orders Release Of Woman Jailed For Running Salon; 3 Major Pork Plants Reopening Today. Aired 12:30-1p ET
• Trump Valet Tests Positive for Coronavirus; White House Blocks Release of CDC Guidelines for Reopening; Texas Salon Owner Released from Jail. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• White House Rejects CDC Guidelines for Business Reopenings; Dr. Richard Besser, Former CDC Acting Director, Discusses White House Rejecting CDC/Task Force Reopening Guidelines, White House Ending CDC Briefings, White House Downplaying Need for Testing; FDA Clears Moderna for Phase 2 of Coronavirus Vaccine Trial; Valet to President Trump Tests Positive for Coronavirus; 3.2 Million New Unemployment Claims Filed Last Week; U.K. Central Bank Warns of Worst Slump in 300 Years. Aired 11-11:30a ET
• Valet to President Trump Tests Positive for Coronavirus; NY Governor Cuomo Gives Update on Coronavirus Response. Aired 11:30a-12p ET
• New York Governor Andrew Cuomo: 231 Deaths Wednesday, Down By 1 From Previous Day; Coronavirus Kills Another 3.2 Million American Jobs, 33.5 Million Since Mid-March; Valet To President Donald Trump Tests Positive For Coronavirus; 3.2 Million Americans Filed New Unemployment Claims Last Week; 33.5 Million Have Filed For Unemployment Since Mid-March. Aired 12-12:30p ET
• NYU's Dr. Corita Grudzen Discusses Antibody Testing by Injecting Plasma from Formerly Infected Patients into New Patients; Valet to President Trump Tests Positive for Coronavirus; Sen. Lamar Alexander: President, Vice President and Task Force Need to Go Back to Day Jobs; Bob Filbin, Co-founder and Chief Data Scientist, Crisis Text Line, Discusses Growing Concerns about Mental Health Amid the COVID-19 Pandemic; Coronavirus Alters the 2020 Campaign Landscape. Aired 1:30- 2p ET
• Texas Supreme Court Frees Salon Owner Jailed for Defying Lockdown Orders; Headlines on Coronavirus Response from Around the Country; Daughter of Meating Packing Plant Employee on Ventilator: JBS Said She Had a Cold; DOJ Drops Charges in Michael Flynn Case; Update on the Coronavirus Response from Around the World. Aired 2:30-3p ET
• U.S. Farmers Feel Economic Pain; John Hopkins: 3.7 Million Cases Worldwide with 263,000 Deaths; Trump Plays Blame Game over COVID-19 Response; Susan Rice: We Left Them a Pandemic Playbook; Pompeo: I've Seen Evidence Virus Likely Came from Wuhan Lab. Aired 5- 5:30a ET


May 06, 2020
• U.K. Surpasses Italy's Death Toll; President Trump Aim to get Rid of Coronavirus Task Force; Long Way to Go Before Companies Could Reach the Finish Line in Vaccine; Three Russian Doctors Mysteriously Fell Off of a Window; President Trump Wants Allies to Sympathize with His Allegations Against China; India To Repatriate Stranded Citizens Starting Thursday; Foreign Workers Left Stranded Without Pay In The Gulf; Jordan Has Reopened Its Economy, Lifted Restrictions; Johns Hopkins, 471 Cases In Jordan, Nine Confirmed Deaths; Jordan's Quick Action Suppressed Virus; Shanghai Disneyland To Reopen On May 11; Edelman Report, 67 Percent Want Governments To Prioritize Public Health Over Economic Recovery; Weighing The Economy Against Protecting Public Health; New Models Predict Sharp Increase In Deaths; Oil Prices Jump Amid Partial Economic Reopenings; Demand For Gasoline Recovering From Historic Collapse; Syrian Boy Turned Commentator; Actor Tom Cruise Teams With NASA To Film Movie In Space. Aired 3-4a ET
• Johns Hopkins: U.S. Death Toll Now Tops 71,000; Trump Pivots Away From Fight Against COVID-19; Pfizer Starts U.S. Trial of Potential COVID-19 Vaccine; Against U.S. Facing Worst Unemployment Rate Since Great Depression. Aired 5-5:30a ET
• Weighing The Economy Against Protecting Public Health; U.S. Wants Allies To Join Pressure Campaign Against China; Grand Jury To Hear Case Of Georgia Man Chased And Killed. Aired 5:30-6a ET
• Ousted Vaccine Director Files Whistleblower Complaint; Under Growing Criticism, Trump Visits Arizona Plant; White House Considering Phasing Out Task Force; Intel Chief Nominee Says Virus Will Be Top Priority; World Health Organization Says 100+ Potential Vaccines in Development; U.K. Overtake Italy's Death Toll, Now Highest in Europe; Human Trials Begin for Potential U.S.-German Vaccine; China Warns Protesters, We Will Not Sit Idly By; White House Economic Adviser Says Unemployment Rate Could Reach 20 Percent. Aired 4-4:30a ET
• Trump Says White House Coronavirus Task Force Will Continue Indefinitely, One Day After Pence Confirmed It Could Be Disbanded By Memorial Day; New Hotspots Emerging As States Loosen Restrictions; New genetic analysis, virus spread quickly starting in late 2019. Aired 10-10:30a ET
• U.S. Facing Worst Unemployment Rate Since Great Depression; Disney Profits Plunge 91 percent in First Quarter; U.S. Food Supply Chain Under Pressure; FERN Uncovers Safety Failures in Meat Packing Plants; Unemployment Hits Asian-Americans Especially Hard; Russian Police Investigate How Doctors Fell from Windows; Healing Power of Music. Aired 4:30-5a ET
• Most States Across U.S. Are Moving Toward Reopening; U.S. Wants Allies To Join Pressure Campaign Against China; India To Begin Evacuations Of Citizens Stranded Abroad; Ousted Vaccine Director Files Whistleblower Complaint; Venezuela Says It Captured Americans in Coup Attempt; Gasoline Demand Fuels Spike in Oil Prices; Shanghai Disneyland to Reopen on May 11; Unemployment Hits Asian-Americans Especially Hard; The Rise of the "Corona Jerk" in the U.S.; Musicians Play for New York COVID Patients. Aired 1-2a ET
• President Trump Aims to Get Rid of Coronavirus Task Force; Pfizer Starts U.S. Trial of Potential COVID-19 Vaccine; Johns Hopkins: U.S. Death Toll Now Tops 71,000; Trump Lobbies World Leaders Against China; U.K. Surpasses Italy's Death Toll; Russian Police Investigate How Doctors Fell from Windows; Potential COVID-19 Vaccine Begins Human Trials in U.S.; Weighing the Economy Against Protecting Public Health; South Korea Moving to Reopen Schools by End of Month; New York Closing Subways for Daily Deep Cleaning; Pizzerias Back in Business as Italy Eases Restrictions; 12-Year-Old Sports Commentator Takes His Skills Online. Aired 12-1a ET
• South Korea Moving To Re-Open Schools By End Of Month; Jordan Lifts Most Coronavirus Restrictions; Gasoline Demand Fuels Spike In Oil Prices; Russian Police Investigate How Doctors Fell From Windows; Pizzerias Back In Business As Italy Eases Restrictions; U.K. Surpasses Italy's Death Toll; Trump Visits Arizona Without a Mask; Pfizer Starts U.S. Trial of Potential COVID-19 Vaccine; European Countries Easing Restrictions; China Warns Hong Kong Protesters. Aired 2-3a ET
• At Least 43 States Will Partially Reopen By The End Of The Week; Biotech Firm Uses New Technology For Potential Treatment; Pompeo Says, U.S Does Not Have Certainty About Origin Of Outbreak. Aired 1- 1:30p ET
• New Genetic Analysis Says Coronavirus Spread Quickly Starting in Late 2019; Medical Examiner in Illinois to Probe Earlier Deaths for Coronavirus; New Hot Spots Emerging as States Loosen Restrictions. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• Southwest CEO Gary Kelly is Interviewed on Coronavirus Prevention; Cruise Industry Hammered by Crisis; Stores and Restaurants Hit by Meat Shortages; Community Banks Rescue Small Businesses. Aired 9:30-10a ET
• When Did Coronavirus Begin in United States?; Reported Heart Attacks Decreasing?; 100,000 U.S. Coronavirus Deaths Expected By End of Month. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• A Widow Says No One Is Clapping for Workers Like My Husband; Video Show NYPD Officer Tackling Man in Social Distance Arrest; Jordan Begins Reopening Following Strict Lockdown; European Commission Says Europe Faces Recession of Historic Proportions. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• Countries in Europe Under Various Stressors Due to Coronavirus; Protests in Georgia as Video of Man Shot While Jogging Becomes Public; Asian-American Unemployment in New York State Up 6,900 Percent Over Last Year. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• New York Governor Andrew Cuomo: Still Not Sure When Coronavirus Got To New York; New York Governor Andrew Cuomo: Coronavirus On The Retreat In All Parts Of The State; New Hot Spots Emerge As States Loosen Restrictions; President Donald Trump: Task Force To Continue On Indefinitely And Shift Its Focus To Safety And Opening Up Our Country; Study: Counties With Higher Black Populations Account For More Than Half Of All Cases Almost 60 Percent Of Deaths. Aired 12-12:30p ET
• Supreme Court Takes Up Obamacare Contraceptive Mandate Challenge; More Than 20 Million Private Sector Jobs Lost In April; Ford Announces New Shipments, Orders Of PPE For Health Care Workers. Aired 12:30-1p ET
• Live Coverage of President Trump Press Conference; Coronavirus Task Force Will Continue; Blood Thinners May Improve Coronavirus Recovery. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• New Hot Spots Emerging As States Loosen Restrictions; Trump: White House Coronavirus Task Force Will Keep Meeting, Change Focus; Gov. Steve Bullock (D-MT) Discusses The State's Fast Reopening Of Businesses, Schools; NYPD Officer On Modified Duty After Weekend Arrest; Coronavirus Devastates Travel Industry; Airbnb Laying Off 25 Percent Of Its Employees; Dr. Lloyd Minor, Stanford Medical School Dean, Discusses Stanford Clinical Trials on Remdesivir. Aired 11- 11:30a ET
• Dr. Lloyd Minor, Stanford Medical School Dean, Discusses Trump Saying Virus Will Pass With Or Without Vaccine; NY Governor Cuomo Gives Update On Coronavirus Response; Former Google CEO Eric Schmidt Remotely Joins Cuomo Press Briefing. Aired 11:30a-12p ET
• Trump Downplays Importance Of Vaccines; Dr. Mason Freeman Discusses Gene Therapy Treatment Vaccine Research; Red Sox Star Pedro Martinez & His Wife Discuss Joining The Coronavirus Fight With Baseball Players From Dominican Republic & Possible Start Of Baseball; NFL To Release Schedule For 2020 Season Tomorrow; Two California Counties Defy Governor And Start Reopening Businesses; Trump Signs Proclamation In Honor Of Nurse Appreciation Day, Takes Reporters' Questions. Aired 1:30-2p ET
• Over 20 Million Private-Sector Jobs Vanished In April; Laurie Garrett, "Foreign Policy" Columnist & Author, Discusses Her Prediction Of Coronavirus Decades Ago & Why Best-Case Scenario For Resolution Is Three Years; More People Are Flying But Airlines Still Struggling; Updates On The Coronavirus Response Across The Country; Trump Reverses Decision To End Coronavirus Task Force. Aired 2:30-3p ET


May 05, 2020
• Taking Restrictions Off Means More COVID Cases; Greece Seriously Taking Tough Measures; India Punishes Alcohol Shops with Skyrocketed Taxes; U.S.-China Feud Getting Uglier Each Day; President Trump Suggests Vaccine May Be Available Later This Year; Global Race For A COVID-19 Vaccine Intensifies; U.S. Government To Decide How Remdesivir Will Be Distributed; Anthony Fauci, Reopening Economies Is A Very Difficult Choice; Key Model Forecasts 134,000 Plus U.S. Deaths By August; Park Ranger Telling Crowd To Distance Pushed Into Lake, Suspect Faces Charges On Attempted Assault On Public Servant; New Evidence About Virus In France; Italy Reports Less Than 100,000 Active Cases; Hair Salons In Germany Open For Business To High Demand; Israel Announces plans For Phased Reopening; United Airlines To Staff, Consider Leaving Voluntarily; Warren Buffet Sold All Stakes In Four Airline Stocks; Brazil's President Defiant Amid COVID-19 Crisis. Aired 3-4a ET
• Key Model Now Forecasts 134,000 U.S. Deaths By Early August, Almost Double Last Estimate; 40+ U.S. States to Partially Reopen By Week's End; Doctors: Virus Was Spreading in France in December; Retailer J.Crew Files for Bankruptcy. Aired 5-5:30a ET
• U.K. Records Lowest Daily Death Toll Since March; Florida's Governor Claiming Victory Over Coronavirus; Israel Announces Plans For Phased Reopening. Aired 5:30-6a ET
• Countries Slowly Reopen as Global Deaths Surpass 250K; Key Model Now Forecasts 134,000 U.S. Deaths by Early August; Pompeo Claims Virus Came from Chinese Lab, China Disputes Claim; Greece Begins to Reopen & Prepares for Summer Tourists; Interview with Greek Prime Minister about Reopening; New Zealand and Australia Discuss Trans- Tasman Travel Bubble; Cargo Business Booming for Lufthansa; Americans Ignore Rules, Gather in Public as Cases Rise. Aired 12:15-1a ET
• Another Model Projects 3,000 U.S. Deaths a Day by June; 40 U.S. States to Partially Reopen by Week's End; Key Model Forecasts 134,000 U.S. Deaths by August; Race to Find Virus Vaccine and Treatments Intensifies; Trump, Pompeo Claim Virus Came from Chinese Lab; Doctors Say Virus was Spreading in France in December; World Leaders $8 Billion for Treatment, Vaccine. Aired 4-4:30a ET
• Dramatic Shift, Models Project More Deaths As States Reopen; Administration Officials Say, Models Projecting Death Increases Won't Affect White House Plans To Reopen U.S. Aired 10-10:30a ET
• J.Crew Files for Bankruptcy; Treasury Plans to Borrow Record $3 Trillion in Second Quarter; United Airlines Urges Employees to Consider Voluntary Separation; Lufthansa Seeking Government Bailout Funds; Mask Debate Devolves into Violence in U.S.; Americans Ignore Rules, Gather in Public as Cases Rise; Spanish Holiday Island Reopens in Limited Capacity. Aired 4:30-5a ET
• Key Model Now Forecasts 134,000 U.S. Deaths by Early August; Trump Administration Identifies 14 Potential Vaccines; Countries Slowly Reopen as Global Deaths Surpass 250K; China versus U.S. on Origin of Virus; Israel Announces Phased Reopening. Aired 2-3a ET
• Countries Slowly Reopen As Global Death Surpass 250,000; Face Mask Orders Trigger Verbal Abuse And Violence; Florida's Governor Claiming Victory Over Coronavirus; Florida's Governor Claiming Victory over Coronavirus; Pompeo Claims Virus Came from Chinese Lab; Israel Announces Plans for Phased Reopening; Greece Begins to Reopen and Prepares for Summer Tourists; Cargo Business Booming for Lufthansa; Bedtime Story of COVID-19 Goes Viral. Aired 1-2a ET
• New York Governor Cuomo Resists Plans to Reopen State Quickly; Study: Risk of Exposure Facing Georgians Up By 44 Percent Since April 21st; W.H.O: One Hundred and Eight Potential Vaccines in Development Worldwide. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• Vaccine Race; Trump Visits Arizona; Interview With Rep. Ruben Gallego (D-AZ); Former Vaccine Chief Files Whistle-Blower Complaint. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• Allies Contradict Virus Theory; China Calls for Investigation; Questions over Nursing Home Death Numbers in Florida; France had Covid-19 in December; Businesses Reopen in Italy. Aired 9:30-10a ET
• Interview with Phoenix, Arizona Mayor Kate Gallego (D); Live Coverage of President Trump; Interview with Salesforce CEO Marc Benioff. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• Ousted Vaccine Chief Files Complaint, Alleges Warnings Were Ignored; Top General Says We Don't Know Where in Wuhan The Virus Originated; Trump's Pick for Intel Chief Grilled on Virus Origin; California to Train 20,000 People As Contact Travers. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• Trump Lobbies World Leaders Against China; DNI Nominee Says Coronavirus A Top Priority For Intel; Gold's Gym Files For Bankruptcy, Permanently Closes 30 Locations. Aired 12:30-1p ET
• Marc Benioff, Salesforce Chairman & CEO, Discusses States Relaxing Restrictions as Key Models Project More Deaths; As States Reopen Economies Dr. Fauci Says Expect a "Rebound"; Trump on Models Predicting High Death Rates: "With No Mitigation"; Dr. Amesh Adalja Discusses Trump Downplaying Models Projecting Significant Death Increases While Reopening States; Pfizer Begins Human Trials for Coronavirus Vaccine; Intel from U.S. Allies Contradicts Trump Claim Coronavirus Originated in Wuhan Lab; Trump's DNI Pick, John Ratcliffe, Tells Senate Intel Committee He'll Keep I.C. Focused on How Coronavirus Started; Ratcliffe: Whistleblowers Will Get Full Protection Under the Law; Dr. Crystal Watson Discusses Contact Tracing Critical in Reopening Economy. Aired 11-11:30a ET
• New Modeling Predicts Doubling of COVID-19 Deaths as States Reopen; Interview with Doctor Jorge Rodriguez; The U.S. Could Reach 20 Percent Unemployment This Week. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• Wendy's Fast-Food Chain Faces Beef Shortages; NY Governor Cuomo Gives Update On Coronavirus Response. Aired 11:30a-12p ET
• New York Governor Andrew Cuomo: States Can't Reopen If "Starved" By Federal Government; Gov. Cuomo: Reopening Versus Staying Closed Each Come With Own Costs; Gov. Cuomo: No Life Or Death "Trade- off" In New York's Reopening Plan; President Donald Trump Says Dr. Anthony Fauci Can Testify Before Senate Panel, But Not House; White House Adviser: U.S. Facing Great Depression-Era Jobless Rates. Aired 12-12:30p ET
• U.S Case Count Nears 1.2 Million, Death Toll Closes In On 70,000; Less Sheltering In Place As States Start To Reopen; Smithfield Plant In South Dakota Reopening Amid Outbreak. Aired 1-1:30p ET
• Mayor Paul TenHaken (R) of Sioux Falls, SD Discusses Reopening Of Smithfield Plant, Saying They're Prepared; White House Limits Testimony By Coronavirus Task Force Members; Trump Lashes Out At George Conway, Anti-Trump Group Over Ad; Trump To Visit Honeywell Factory Making N-95 Masks; Baseball Is Back On TV In South Korea. Aired 1:30-2p ET
• Ousted Vaccine Chief Files Whistleblower Complaint; Essential Workers Bear Brunt Of Frustrations Boiling Over On Social Distancing, Wearing Masks; Intel From U.S. Allies Contradicts Trump Claim Coronavirus Originated In Wuhan Lab; China Warns Of Potential Armed Conflict Over U.S. Hostilities. Aired 2:30-3p ET


May 04, 2020
• White House Economic Adviser: "Pause" On Additional Relief For Now; Lufthansa Warns 10,000+ Jobs Could Be At Risk; Putin Facing Pressure To Rescue Faltering Economy. Aired 5:30-6a ET
• States Gradually Opens Their Economy; V.P. Mike Pence Admits His Irresponsibility; U.S. Ramping Up Measures to Combat COVID; Tit- for-Tat Between U.S. and China Amidst Pandemic; Russia Hits a New Milestone in COVID Cases; Europe Taking Baby Steps into Recovery; Small Businesses Skeptical of Rehiring; Growing Gap Between China Poses Threat to Future Transactions. Aired 3-4a ET
• New U.S. Report Finds China Concealed Severity of COVID-19 While Stockpiling Supplies; Seven States Band Together to Buy Medical Equipment; Businesses Allowed to Reopen in Much of Florida Today; U.S. Futures Off on Economic Worries, U.S.-China Spat; Beachgoers Say Shutdown is Government Overreach; Trump Administration Releases Small Business Loan Program Results; South Korea to Begin Issuing Emergency Relief Grants Monday; Johns Hopkins: 42,000+ Cases, 1,300+ Deaths in India; Gyms Begin to Reopen Amid Outbreak Concerns. Aired 12-1a ET
• More Than 40 U.S. States Set to Loosen Restrictions; President Trump Raises His COVID-19 Death Projection for U.S.; Scientists Identify 14 Vaccines for Development. Aired 5-5:30a ET
• Divide Grows Between States Opening And Those Extending Restrictions; States To Reopen As Trump Revises Possible Death Toll To 100,000; FDA To Require Antibody Test-Makers To Seek Emergency Use Authorization. Aired 10-10:30a ET
• Seven States Band Together to Buy Medical Equipment; Many Not Wearing Masks, Ignoring Social Distancing; Pompeo Says China Did All It Could to Conceal Virus; Some 40 U.S. States Loosening Restrictions Despite Warnings; Trump Says Virus Originated in Wuhan Lab; Italy, Spain Lift Some Lockdown Restrictions; Russia Reports More Than 10,000 New Cases on Sunday. Aired 4-4:30a ET
• Business Allowed to Reopen in Much of Florida Monday; Meat Supply Chain Vulnerable Amid Virus Outbreak; Trump Administration to Assess Whether Additional Aid Needed; Trump Economic Adviser Says a Pause on Financial Stimulus for Now The U.K.'s Plan to Test, Track and Trace; Robots Delivering Good to Avoid Human Interaction. Aired 4:30- 5a ET
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• Dr. Deborah Birx: Vaccine Possible "On Paper" By January; Trump's Administration Identifies 14 Vaccines to Focus on for Development; China Disputes U.S. Claims Coronavirus Came from Wuhan Lab; Florida Uses Phased Approach in Reopening the State; California Counties Defy Governor's Stay-at-Home Orders; Trump Revises Projected U.S. Death Toll to 100,000. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• Some European Countries Eases Lockdown Restrictions; Italians Return to Work; France Extends State of Emergency; United Kingdom to Overtake Italy on Coronavirus Deaths; Austria Onto Next Phase of Reopening; U.S Will Ship Thousands Doses of Remdesivir as Trumps Predicts Higher Deaths; Governor Cuomo Forms Coalition With Six Other Governors to Buy Medical Equipments; Easing Restriction, Warning of New Cases From Experts; U.S. Army Wraps Up at Javits Center; U.S. Reports China Concealed Information from International Community. Aired 2:16-3a ET
• China Concealed Severity of Virus; Reopening and Bankruptcy in Retail; Pandemic Threatens Meat Supply Chain; Kim Jong-un's Health. Aired 9:30-10a ET
• More States Reopen as Trump Revises Possible Death Toll to 100,000; Florida Kicks Off Phase 1 of Reopening Plan; California Counties Defy Governor's Stay-at-Home Order and Reopen Businesses; Former FDA Commissioner: 1,000 Deaths Per Day May be "New Normal"; Dr. Leana Wen Discusses Scott Gottlieb's Prediction of a "New Normal," Trump Admitting Death Rate Projections Higher, FDA Authorizing New Roche Antibody Test; Dr. Kayvon Modjarrad Discusses Whether Trump's Hopes for Vaccine by Year End is Realistic; Mayor Lyda Krewson, (D-St. Louis), Discusses Why She's Keeping City Closed as Governor Reopens Missouri. Aired 11-11:30a ET
• New Antibody Test Almost 100 Percent Accurate?; How Far Can Coronavirus Droplets Travel?; U.S. Government Projects Massive Rise in Coronavirus Cases Ahead. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• Mayor Lyda Krewson, (D-St. Louis), Discusses Why She's Keeping City Closed as Governor Reopens Missouri; NY Governor Cuomo Gives Update on Coronavirus Response. Aired 11:30a-12p ET
• Kevin Hassett Econometric Model Finds Optimism; Coronavirus Outcomes Vary Around the World; Predatory Giant Hornet Spotted in Washington State. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• Drug Maker Claims Antibody Test Is 99.8 Percent Effective; Fact-Checking Trumps Claims on Biden, Fauci, Obama And Bush; Interview with Norman McNickle, City Manager, Stillwater, Oklahoma, City Backs Off Requiring Masks After Threats Made; Paris Doctors Say Evidence that Patient Treated in December had Virus; Italy Taking First Steps in Reopening Businesses. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• NYT: Internal Trump Administration Says Daily U.S. Death Toll Will Increase To 3,000 By June; FDA Tightening The Rules On New Antibody Tests. Aired 12:30-1p ET
• Model Projects Number of Daily Coronavirus Deaths to Double by June; Masks Required on Some Flights Today Though International Travel May Continue Suspension; Some Children Are Developing Toxic Shock-like Coronavirus Complications. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• New York Governor Andrew Cuomo: State Is Doing More Testing Per Capita Than Any Other Country; Gov. Cuomo: States Need To Reopen On A Regional Basis; Gov. Cuomo: "Disrespectful" For People Not To Wear Masks; More States Easing Restrictions As Death Toll Tops 67,000; Internal Trump Administration Estimate Says Daily U.S. Death Toll Will Increase To 3,000 By June. Aired 12-12:30p ET
• There Are 3.5 Million Cases Worldwide, 1.1 Million Cases In The U.S.; "New York Times" Reports, Internal Trump Administration Projections Show About 3,000 Daily Deaths By June; Scientists Focusing On 14 Possible Vaccines. Aired 1-1:30p ET
• Biden Calls For More Pay, Protection For Essential Workers; Domingo Garcia, LULAC President, Discusses The Civil Rights Group Calling For Meat Boycott Amid Push For More Protections For Workers; J. Crew Files For Bankruptcy As Virus Ravages Retailers; Coronavirus Headlines From Around The World. Aired 1:30-2p ET
• Macy's Reopens Stores As J. Crew Files For Bankruptcy; Deaths & Cases Rise In Texas, Georgia As States Reopen; Mayor Louis Bonaguidi (D), Gallup, NM Discusses Shutdown Of Town Of Gallup, Calling It A Crisis Of The Highest Order; Trump Blasts Predecessors As Obama And Bush Call For Unity & Action. Aired 2:30-3p ET


May 03, 2020
• Some U.S. States Start to Reopen Despite Warnings; White House Officials Discuss Plans to Replace Health Secretary; Trump Launches Familiar Attacks against Media; Satellite Photos Raise Questions about Kim Jong-un; Boris Johnson to Return to Work Monday; U.S. Government Working with Companies to Get Medical Supplies; Retail Shops Open in Texas for To-Go Orders; Some Businesses Reopen in Oklahoma; Japan's Health Care System Overwhelmed; Everyday Heroes Stepping Up to Fill Equipment Void; Some Beaches Reopen in California; Superhero City Workers Spotted in Lisbon. Aired 12-1a ET
• More Countries Approach Reopening; Some Retailers Reopen; Engineering Professors Study the Power of a Cough; Boris Johnson Names Son After Doctors Who Saved His Life; Britain's Response to Deadly Crisis; Top Court to Heart Challenges to Netanyahu-Gantz Deal; Race to Develop COVID-19 Vaccine; Major Airlines to Require Passengers to Wear Face Masks; Michael Jordan at His Greatest. Aired 2-3a ET
• More Countries Approach Reopening; Californians Protest Beach Closings; Exchange Of Gunfire At Korean DMZ; Britain's Response To Deadly Crisis; Spike In "Mysterious" Deaths In Nigeria. Aired 3-4a ET
• More Countries Approach Reopening; Some Retailers Reopen; France To Extend Emergency Measures For Two Months; Britain's Response To Deadly Crisis; Boris Johnson Names Son After Doctors Who Saved His Life; Congressional Leaders Decline Trump Offer For Virus Tests; U.S. Jobless Claims In The Past Six Weeks Hit 30 Million; Major Airlines To Require Passengers To Wear Face Masks; Thousands In Tokyo Become "Coronavirus Refugees"; Michael Jordan At His Greatest. Aired 4-5a ET
• Californians Protest Beach Closings; Britain's Response To Deadly Crisis; Russia Reports More Than 10K New Cases; Top Court To Hear Challenges To Netanyahu-Gantz Deal; U.S. Jobless Claims In The Past Six Weeks Hit 30 Million; South Korea To Loosen Social Distancing Orders; Australia Wants Inquiry Into Outbreak; NYC Residents Ponder Moving From The City; Boris Johnson Names Son After Doctors Who Saved His Life. Aired 5-6a ET
• States Begin Loosening Restrictions As Deaths Reach 66,000; Gov. Andrew Cuomo (D-NY) Holds Daily Coronavirus Briefing; New York Area Governors Join Cuomo Briefing. Aired 12-1p ET
• Gov. Cuomo Gives Update On NY Coronavirus Response; Top White House Economic Adviser: "Pause" Needed Before More Stimulus Aid; Dr. Birx: Remdesivir A "First Step Forward" In Treating Virus; CDC: U.S. Food Processing Plants Are A Lingering Concern; Gov. DeWine: Ohio Face Mask Order "Went Too Far"; Biden Prepares For Unprecedented Campaign Against Trump. Aired 1-2p ET
• U.S. States Reopen Amid Rising Death Toll; Seven States Banding Together To Purchase Medical Supplies; Gov. Jared Polis (D-CO) Is Interviewed About Lifting Restrictions In The State; CNN Special Report: "Pandemic & The President"; Astronaut Returns To Earth During A Pandemic; Homage To Frontline Workers. Aired 5-6p ET
• White House Pushing The Pause Button On Aid; Key Member Of White House Coronavirus Task Force Encouraged By Early Results Of Experimental Drug; Fed Guidelines Call For 14-Day Drop Before States Can Reopen. Aired 3-4p ET
• "Pause" Needed Before More Stimulus Aid; NY Governor Announces Coalition With Neighboring States To Buy PPE; Florida To Reopen Certain Businesses Across State Tomorrow; California Beach Closures Spark Lawsuits, Protests; Dr. Birx: Possible "On Paper" To Have Vaccine By January; Pompeo: China Hid The Extent Of Coronavirus Outbreak; U.K May Soon Have Worst Coronavirus Death Toll In Europe. Aired 2-3p ET
• Medical Screening Spark Long Lines, Chaos at U.S. Airports; White House to Hold Press Briefing on Coronavirus; Germany to Restrict Border Crossings Amid Coronavirus Pandemic; Interview with Governor Andrew Cuomo (D-NY) on Coronavirus; Cruise Ships with Coronavirus Patients Scramble to Find Port; State of Emergency in Spain as Outbreak Worsens. Virus. Aired 4-5p ET


May 02, 2020
• WHO Shows Coronavirus Did Not Originate in Lab; U.S. approves Remdesivir as COVID-19 Treatment; Dozens of U.S. States Begin Reopening as Death Toll Climbs; South Korea Urges Caution on Kim Jong- un Reporting; Spaniards Allowed Outside as Death Rate Slows; Fauci to Appear before Senate Committee; Outbreak Threatens U.S. Food Supply. Aired 2-2:30a ET
• COVID-19 Could Spread for Up to Two Years; Dozens of U.S. States Begin Reopening as Death Toll Climbs; U.S. Still Lacks Enough Testing; Turkey Deploys Thousands of Contact Tracing Teams; Spaniards Allowed Outside as Death Rate Slows. Aired 3-3:30a ET
• FDA Grants Emergency Use Authorization to Drug Remdesivir to Treat Hospitalized COVID-19 Patients; Some States in U.S. Begin Phased Reopening of Businesses including Malls; Boston Mayor Marty Walsh Interviewed on Testing for Coronavirus in Boston; Earthquake Hits Puerto Rico; U.S. Airlines Requiring Passengers to Wear Masks; Health Institutes Seeking Vaccine for Coronavirus. Aired 10-11a ET
• U.S. approves Remdesivir as COVID-19 Treatment; Dozens of U.S. States Begin Reopening as Death Toll Climbs; Fauci to Appear before Senate Committee; South Korea Urges Caution on Kim Jong-un Reporting; U.S. and China Escalate Pandemic Blame Game; U.K. Looks at Expanded Testing, Easing Restrictions; Spaniards Allowed Outside as Death Rate Slows; Missouri Comedian on Reopening; First Responders Return to Front Lines; Thermal Goggles Safely Take Temperatures. Aired 4-5a ET
• COVID-19 Could Spread for Up to Two Years; Dozens of U.S. States Begin Reopening as Death Toll Climbs; U.S. approves Remdesivir as COVID-19 Treatment; South Korea Urges Caution on Kim Jong-un Reporting; U.S. and China Escalate Pandemic Blame Game; California Governor Closes Orange County Beaches; U.K. Looks at Expanded Testing, Easing Restrictions; Russia Feels Strain of COVID-19 Surge; Biden Denies Sexual Assault Claim; Pets and Owners' Together Time. Aired 5- 6a ET
• New York Governor Cuomo Briefing On Coronavirus Crisis; Majority Of U.S. Intel Community Believes Coronavirus Originated In Chinese Lab; White House Blocks Fauci From Testifying Next Week; All Major Airlines To Require Passengers To Wear Masks. Aired 11a-12p ET
• Thirty-Two States Go Into First Weekend With Loosened Restrictions; Tom Hanks, Rita Wilson Donate Plasma For Vaccine Research; Major Airlines To Require Passengers To Wear Face Masks; Sara Nelson, Association Of Flight Attendants International President, Discusses Mandating That Passengers Wear Face Masks On All Flights; CNN Returns To Wuhan After Months Of Lockdown. Aired 3-4p ET
• More Than Half Of U.S. States Begin To Partially Reopen; FDA Approves Use Of Remdesivir As COVID-19 Treatment; Georgia Reports 1,225 New Cases As Shopping Malls Begin Opening; Russia Sees Spike In COVID-19 Cases; Michael Hinojosa, Dallas Independent School District Superintendent, Discusses Reopening Schools In The Fall; U.S. Gives Vaccine Contract To Company With Unproven Technology; Explaining The Process of Getting Antibody Testing. Aired 1-2p ET
• FDA Grants Emergency Use Authorization To Drug Remdesivir To Treat Hospitalized COVID-19 Patients; In Florida, Nearly One-Third Of All COVID-19 Deaths Linked To Nursing Homes; Protests Take Place In Huntington Beach Against California Governor Newsom Order To Shut Down Beaches; Some States In U.S. Begin Phased Reopening Of Businesses Including Malls; China Criticizes U.S. Officials For Blaming Origin Of Coronavirus Pandemic On China. Aired 2-3p ET
• "Phase 1" Of Florida's Reopening Plan Begins Monday; Protesters Demand California Governor Open Beaches; Experts: Virus Likely To Keep Spreading For Up To Two More Years; Flyovers Draw Large Crowds In Atlanta, D.C.; Senate Majority Leader McConnell: "America Needs Baseball"; White House Blocks Fauci From Testifying Next Week; McConnell & Pelosi Decline Offer For Rapid Tests For Capitol Hill; Dr. Christine Moutier Discuses Enormous Need for Medical Specialists Who Deal with Mental Health During Pandemic Crisis. Aired 4-5p ET
• U.S. Coronavirus Cases Surpass 1.1 Million People, More Than 66,000 Deaths; Protesters Demand California Governor Open Beaches; Armed Protesters Call For End Of Michigan Governor's Emergency Orders; Trump On Kim Jong-un: "Glad To See He Is Back And Well"; Warren Buffett Says U.S. Will Recover From Virus Crisis; Texas Gov. Allows Restaurants To Reopen With 25 Percent Capacity Limit; White House Blocks Fauci From Testifying Before House Committee. Aired 6-7p ET
• Large Crowds Protest Beach Closures Ordered By California Governor; President Donald Trump Expresses Support For Anti-Shutdown Protesters In Michigan; Retailers Take Precautions To Keep Shoppers Safe In Stores; Dr. Anthony Fauci: Shooting For A Vaccine In January, But "Cant' Guarantee"; Georgia Reports 1,225 New Cases As Shopping Malls Begin Reopening; Arkansas To Reopen Gyms, Hair Salons, Barbershops Next Week. Aired 12-1p ET
• Large Crowd Packs National Mall For Blue Angels Flyover; U.S. Makes Big Bet On Vaccine Company With Unproven Technology; Thirty Million Americans Filed Jobless Claims In The Past Six Weeks; New Yorkers Flock Outside Despite Governor Extending Stay-At-Home Order; Interview With Mayor Bill de Blasio (D), New York City; Trump On Kim Jong-un: "Glad to See He Is Back and Well.". Aired 5-6p ET


May 01, 2020
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• Many U.S. States Loosen Restrictions; WHO: Dozens of Vaccines Under Development Worldwide; 30 Million Unemployment Claims in U.S. Since Mid-March. Aired 5-5:30a ET
• Sources: U.S. Drawing Up Plans To Punish China; Spain Closing Largest Makeshift Hospital; Tour Company Helping To Protect Great Barrier Reef. Aired 5:30-6a ET
• Coronavirus Pandemic; French Economy Sees Biggest Decline Since Records Began; Lockdown Amplifies Divide Between French Cities And Suburbs; Labor Day Protests Expected Across City Despite Police Ban; Hong Kong Leader Warns Against Protest As Pandemic Slows; Democracy Protesters Renew Their Ire Against China After Activist Arrests; Lebanon Seeks IMF Aid Amid Economic Free Fall; Lebanon's Economic Free Fall Fueling Protests; Amazon Whistleblower Raises Safety Concerns Amid Covid-19; London FTSE Starts The Day In Negative Territory; South Korea Has Become A Model Of Covid-19 Containment; Trimming Your Own Hair Under Lockdown. Aired 3-4a ET
• Stay-at-Home Rules End in 7 States as U.S. Starts to Reopen; Protestors in Michigan Call for Reopening; British P.M. Urges public to Stick to Restrictions; Sources: U.S. Drawing Up Plans to Punish China for Coronavirus; Ohio Extends Stay-at-Home Order as Businesses Push to Reopen; Bill Gates: Best-Case Scenario is Vaccine Next Year; Lebanon's Economic Freefall Fueling Protests; Hong Kong Leader Warns Against Protests as Pandemic Slows; South Korea Has Become Model of COVID-19 Containment. Aired 12-1a ET
• W.H.O. Says 102 Potential Vaccines Being Developed Worldwide; White House Reviewing New CDC Guidance on Reopening; Dr. Fauci Says Vaccine Might Be Available by January; Stay-At-Home Rules and in Seven States as U.S. Starts to Reopen; 30 Million Unemployment Claims in U.S. Is Mid-March; Amazon Sales Jump 26 Percent in First-Quarter This Year; Apple Quarterly Review Hit $58.3 Billion Last Quarter; Higher Prices, Fewer Amenities are the New Era of Air Travels. Aired 4-4:30a ET
• High Stakes Move, States Ease Restrictions As Death Toll Climbs; Dr. Fauci Says, Vaccine Possible By January, But Not Guaranteed. Aired 10-10:30a ET
• More Than 30 U.S. States Move to Restart Their Economies; Ohio Extends Stay-at-Home Order's as businesses Push to Reopen; British Prime Minister Promises Plan to Restart Economy; Boris Johnson Says Britain is Past the Peak of Its Outbreak; Russian Prime Minister Test Positive for COVID-19; Lockdown Amplifies Divide Between French Cities and Suburbs; NASCAR to Resume Races in May; Top Ballet Dancers Put on a Show From Their Homes. Aired 4:30-5a ET
• New York Continues to Deal with Coronavirus Fallout; Harris County, Texas Hires 300 Contact Tracers; Airline Industry Brainstorming Changes to Reopen. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• Trump Contradicts Intel; Flight Attendant Union Urges Federal Agencies to Require Masks; Virus Hunters Predict Next Pandemic; Kim Jong-un's Health Mystery. Aired 9:30-10a
• White House Press Secretary Holds Rare Briefing; Texas Reopens Amid Highest Single-Day Death Toll; Coronavirus Vaccine Timeline?. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• Thirty-two States to Begin Reopening Procedures; White House Press Secretary Kayleigh McEnany to Give Briefing Today; Live Coverage of White House Press Briefing. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• States Ease Restrictions as Death Toll Climbs; California Governor Closes Beaches in Orange County; Armed Protesters Storm Michigan Capitol Over Stay-at-Home Orders; COVID-19 Cases Surge in Meat Plants Across the U.S.; A New Report Predicts Coronavirus will Spread for Up to Two More Years; President Trump Claims COVID-19 Started in Wuhan Lab. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• Universities Make Plans to Hold In-Person Classes in The Fall; According to CDC 4900 Plus Workers at Meat and Poultry Plants Test Positive For COVID. Gilead Gets FDA Approval for Remdesivir to Treat COVID; Doctors Report Surge in Strokes Among Young Patient. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• Fauci Predicts Coronavirus Spikes as States Reopen; Gilead CEO Says Remdesivir Has Positive Impact on COVID-19 Patients; Retail, Restaurants, Theaters Allowed to Reopen in Texas; Dr. Hilary Fairbrother Discusses Risks of Texas Opening Too Soon; WHO: 102 Potential COVID-19 Vaccines in the Works Worldwide; Dr. Frederick Nolte Discusses Scientists Questioning Reliability of Antigen Tests for COVID-19. Aired 11-11:30a ET
• 32 States Will Be Partially Reopened By This Weekend; Tense Protests At Michigan Capitol Over Stay-At-Home Order; Coronavirus Wipes Out 2020 Sports Calendar. Aired 12:30-1p ET
• Rent Comes Due as Millions Joins Ranks of Unemployed; Mnuchin Says Private Schools Should Return PPP Money; Tyson Foods Temporarily "Pauses" Nebraska Plant Beef Processing as Others Reopen in Iowa; NY Governor Cuomo Gives Update on Coronavirus Response. Aired 11:30a-12p ET
• New York Governor Andrew Cuomo: Schools To Be Closed For Rest Of Academic Year; New York Governor Andrew Cuomo: 289 People Died In Past 24 Hours; California Governor Gavin Newsom Warns Of Asymptomatic Spread, Need For Constant Testing; Former Vice President Joe Biden On Sexual Assault Allegation "This Never Happened"; Former Vice President Joe Biden Calls On National Archives To Release Personnel Records. Aired 12-12:30p ET
• America Divided Over Reopening As Guidelines Expire, Deaths Rise; Experts Say, Expect Two Years Of Misery, 70 Percent Of Population To Be Infected; California County Plans To Defy State's Stay-At-Home Order. Aired 1-1:30p ET
• Mayor Shon Harris (D-CA), Yuba City Discusses Defying California Stay-at-Home and Reopening Businesses; Update on Coronavirus Response Across the Country; Ryan Browning, Commissioner, Cass County, Indiana, Discusses Nearly 900 Workers Infected at Tyson Food Plant; Bill Gates Warns Number of Virus Cases Unknown Due to Current Way of Testing; New Mexico Governor Locks down Small City of Gallop over Virus Outbreak. Aired 1:30-2p ET
• White House Press Secretary Kayleigh McEnany Holds Press Briefing. Aired 2:30-3p ET


April 30, 2020
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• Coronavirus Pandemic; Sweden Defends Decision To Not Impose Lockdown; Aerospace Giants Report Dismal Earnings; How Airlines Are Trying To Get Flyers' Confidence Back; Major U.S. Shopping Malls Reopening; Simon Property Group Reopening; Dubai's Mega-Mall Reopens With Strict Safeguards; Las Vegas Eager To Reopen As Workers Struggle; Laid-Off Casino Workers Line Up At Las Vegas Food Bank; Las Vegas Casinos Roll Out Reopening Plans Amid Shutdown; France Falls Into Recession As Quarter One GDP Plunges 5.8 Percent, Worst Quarterly Decline Since the End Of World War II; Lebanon Braces For More Protests As Crises Mount; Demonstrators Protesting Unemployment, Inflation; South Africa Rugby Captain Siya Kolisi Helps Township During Lockdown. Aired 3-4a ET
• Top Medical Expert: Remdesivir Drug Shows "Positive Effect"; At Least 31 U.S. States to Partially Reopen This Week; Boris Johnson to Face Questions on Coronavirus Response; Volunteer Doctors & Nurses Helping New York Through Crisis. Aired 5-5:30a ET
• Two Companies Say Coronavirus Vaccine Could Be Ready By End Of 2020; China Says It Has No Interest In U.S. Election Meddling; Wynn Resorts CEO Tell President Trump Vegas Strip Could Reopen By Memorial Day. Aired 5:30-6a ET
• Positive Early Data on Remdesivir as Possible Treatment; At Least 31 U.S. States to Partially Reopen this Week; Two Companies Say Vaccine Could Be Ready by End of 2020; Economists Expect Another 3.5 Million U.S. Jobless Claims; Fed to Use Full Range of Tools to Help U.S. Economy. Aired 4-4:30a ET
• Top Medical Expert: Remdesivir Drug Shows "Positive Effect"; At Least 28 U.S. States to Partially Reopen This Week; Analysts Expect Another 3.5 Million Jobless Claims; Russia Nears 100K Cases as Putin Admits Shortfalls; Sweden Defends Decision to Not Impose Lockdown; Third Night of Unrest in Lebanon's Economic Crisis; Abe: Olympics Impossible Unless Pandemic Contained; How Airlines are Trying to Get Flyers' Confidence Back. Aired 12-1a ET
• Experimental drug raises hopes in pandemic fight. Dr. Fauci says, remdesivir significant, positive effect on recovery time. California governor to close all beaches and state parks. New York Times reports, Trump officials press spy agencies to find virus link to Wuhan lab. Florida officials dispute report about state's death count. Florida Panhandle town to reopen beaches tomorrow. Aired 10- 10:30a ET
• California to Close Beaches as Florida Gears up to Reopen; Some Businesses Reopen but with Extra Cautions; Georgia Nail Salon Reopens, but Getting Few Customers; U.K. Revises Death Toll, Now at More Than 26,000; Oxford University Says Vaccine Trials Results Possibly Ready by Mid-June; Captain Tom Moore Honored with Military Flyover. Aired 4:30-5a ET
• Top Medical Expert: Remdesivir Drug Shows "Positive Effect"; Social Distancing Violations Handed Out in New York; Analysts Predict Steeper 2Q Losses; U.K. Revises Death Toll, Now Second Highest in Europe; Sweden Defends Decision to Not Impose Lockdown. Aired 2-3a ET
• Vaccine Timeline?; Interview With Miami Beach, Florida, Mayor Dan Gelber; States Start Reopening. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• Trump Erupts at Campaign Chief; Americans File for Unemployment Last Week; Iowa Cattle Auction Struggling; Federal Guidelines on Social Distancing Expire Tonight. Aired 9:30-10a ET
• Another 3.8 Million Filed for Unemployment Last Week; Small Business Relief Program Grappling with Glitches; Some Children with COVID-19 Suffering from Severe Inflammation; New York City Subway Closing Overnight for Cleaning. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• Interview with Dallas Mavericks Owner Mark Cuban; Interview with Former HHS Research Manager on Biological Threats; Sweden Has Resisted Lockdown But Seen High Death Rate. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• Fauci: "Clear-cut Evidence" Ebola Drug Reduces Coronavirus Death; Dr. Cyrus Shahpar Discusses Vaccine Development, Remdesivir Treatment, Increased Need for Testing, Warning Signs as States Reopen; 3.8 Million Americans Filed for Unemployment Claims Last Week; Intel Community Pushes Back on NYT Story on Coronavirus Origins; Texas Allowing Restaurants, Theaters, Retail Stores to Reopen; Nevada Extends Stay-at-Home Order Until Mid-May. Aired 11-11:30a ET
• Handwritten Note Shows How FBI Approached Key Michael Flynn Interview; 1 In 5 American Workers File For Unemployment In Last 6 Weeks; Many Stay-At-Home Orders Expiring At The End Of The Day. Aired 12:30-1p ET
• New York to Close Subway Overnight; The U.S. Is Considering Long-Term Punishment for China for Coronavirus; Tensions in Trump's Re-Election Campaign Following Latest Poll Numbers. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• Trump Berates Campaign Manager for Slipping Poll Numbers; NY Governor Cuomo Gives Update on Coronavirus Response; Bloomberg Remotely Joins Cuomo News Briefing. Aired 11:30a-12p ET
• New York Governor Andrew Cuomo Give Coronavirus Update; New York Governor Andrew Cuomo: MTA Has Plan To Disinfect All Trains Daily; New York Governor Andrew Cuomo: MTA Will Provide Free Vehicles For Essential Workers From 1-5 AM Daily While Trains Are Being Cleaned; New York Governor Andrew Cuomo: Reopening "Not A Political Exercise, It's Science"; White House Weighs On How To Reopen Businesses, Schools. Aired 12-12:30p ET
• New CDC Guidance Will Dramatically Change U.S Life Going Forward; CDC May Advise Schools, Churches, Restaurants to Make Big Changes; Fauci Says, U.S Goal To Manufacture COVID Vaccine by January. Aired 1-1:30p ET
• U.K.'s Boris Johnson Faces Reporters for 1st Time Since Recovery; Fed Chair Powell: Economic Data the Worst We've Seen; Zuckerberg Praises Lockdowns While Musk Calls Them "Fascist"; California Business Owner, Juan Desmarais, Discusses Why He'll Defy Governor, Reopen Shops. Aired 1:30-2p ET
• Study: Cancer Patients 3 Times as Likely to Die of Coronavirus; Dr. George Diaz Discusses Treating a Man with COVID-19 with Remdesivir & How it Helped Him Recover; Update on Coronavirus Impact Across the Country. Aired 2:30-3p ET
• President Trump Downplays Need for Widespread Testing; W.H.O Officials Studies Link Between Rare Inflammatory Disease and COVID-19 in Children; Source: Trump Fumes at Campaign Manager as Re-election Stress Mounts.; More Than Half of States Will Be Partly Open by End of Week; California Governor to Close All Beaches and State Parks; Florida Officials Dispute Report of State's COVID-19 Death Toll; Up to 60 Bodies Found in Four Trucks at Brooklyn Funeral Home; Remdesivir Trial Shows Positive Effect on Recovery Time. Aired 9-9:30a ET


April 29, 2020
• The Lasting Effects Of The Pandemic On "Generation C"; South Africa Using HIV/AIDS Experience To Fight Coronavirus; Blue Angels, Thunderbirds Pay Tribute To Medical Workers. Aired 5:30-6a ET
• Fundraising Veteran Gets Thousands Of Cards For 100th Birthday; U.K. Death Toll Much Higher Than Daily Stats Showed; U.K. Ramps Up Drive-Through And At-Home Testing; Coronavirus Pandemic; British Farms Hurt By Lack Of Seasonal Migrant Workers; Furloughed British Workers Turning To Farm Work; Sweden Insists Keeping Economy Open Is Right Approach; Greece To Ease Lockdown Measures Starting May 4; Russia Extends Quarantine To May 11, Fearing New Wave; South Africa Using HIV Lessons To Fight Covid-19; El Salvador Authorizes Lethal Force Against Gangs; Shocking Images Emerge From El Salvador Prisons; U.N. Emboldened Myanmar Military Committing War Crimes; Retired Farmer Sends N95 Mask To New York Governor. Aired 3-4a ET
• More U.S. States Ease Restrictions Despite Warnings; Trump Claims "The Experts Got It Wrong" On the Pandemic; U.S. Food Banks Struggle to Cope with Surging Demand; U.K. Death Toll Higher Than Initially Reported. Aired 5-5:30a ET
• Top U.S. Experts Say Virus Will Likely Be Here in Winter; Trump Orders Meat Processing Plants to Stay Open; U.S. Vice President Slammed for Not Wearing Mast at Mayo Clinic; Critical Shortage of Testing Supplies at U.S. Labs; Oxford Conduction Human Trials of Potential Vaccine; China to Hold National People's Congress May 22; U.K. Death Toll Much Higher than Daily Stats Showed. Aired 4-4:30a ET
• Pfizer Says, They're Testing Vaccine In U.S Shortly Could Supply Millions By End Of Year; JetBlue Will Soon Require All Passengers Wear Masks; New York City Mayor Under Fire For Singling Out Jewish Residents After Crowded Funeral. Aired 10-10:30a ET
• Some State Reopen but Different Plans Spark Confusion; New York Doctor Treated Virus Patients Dies by Suicide; What to Expect in First-Quarter U.S. GDP Report; British Airways May Cut 12,000 Jobs; Retired Farmer Sends N-95 Mask to New York Governor. Aired 4:30-5a ET
• Coronavirus Death Toll Greater Than Vietnam; U.S. Coronavirus Cases Surpass 1 Million, 58,000-Plus Deaths; Fauci Warns U.S. Could Be in for a Bad Winter with Second Wave; France to Ease Restrictions; Australia's Demand for Investigation Draws China's Ire; Monetary Policy Stirs Inflation Fears; Trump Orders Meat Processing Plants to Stay Open; Food Banks Seeing Surge in Demand; Lebanon's Economic Protests Turn Violent; British Farms Hurt by Lack of Seasonal Migrant Workers; Russia Tops 93,000 Cases as Putin Recognizes PPE Shortage; Samsung Reports 3 Percent Drop in Q1 Net Profit; South Africa Using HIV/AIDS Experience to Fight Coronavirus. Aired 12-1a ET
• Dr. Fauci: Almost Certain Virus Will Be Here In Winter; Spain Aims To Lift Restrictions In Four Phases; U.S. GDP Report To Be Released In Coming Hour; Lebanon's Economic Protests Turn Violent; U.S. Food Banks Struggle to Cope with Surging Demand; Critical Shortage of Testing Supplies at U.S. Labs; El Salvador Authorizes Lethal Force against Gangs. Aired 1-2a ET
• Trump Claims The Experts Got It Wrong On The Pandemic; Lebanon's Economic Protest Turn Violent; South Africa Using HIV/AIDS Experience To Fight Coronavirus; Key Model Projects Higher U.S. Death Toll as States Reopen; Fauci Warns U.S. Could Be in for a Bad Winter with Second Wave; U.S. Coronavirus Cases Surpass 1 Million, 58,000- Plus Deaths; Labor Crisis for British Agricultural Sectors; Monetary Policy Stirs Inflation Fears. Aired 2-3a ET
• Big Pharma Pfizer Testing Vaccine in U.S. Soon; Governors Lay Out Reopening Strategies as U.S. Cases Top 1 Million; President Trump Orders Meat Plants to Stay Open Despite Outbreaks; Three Meat-Packing Plants in Green Bay, Wisconsin Tied to More Than Half of Virus Cases in One County; U.S. Navy Launches Broader Inquiry into Virus-Hit USS Roosevelt. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• Meatpacking Workers in Danger?; Florida Set to Begin Reopening Process; Promising Drug to Treat Coronavirus?. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• Trump Clashes with Experts on Whether Virus Will "Disappear"; Flurry of Coronavirus Vaccines Trials Underway; Kushner: We're Exceeding Testing Goals; U.S. Economy Shrinks by Nearly 5% in First Quarter; Dr. Sam Page, County Executive, St. Louis County, Discusses Why They're Not Ready to Reopen as State Lifts Stay-at-Home Order; Trump Uses Defense Production Act to Keep Meat Processing Plants Open; Kim Cordova, President, UFCW, Local 7, Discusses Trump Ordering Meat Processing Plants to Stay Open Despite Sick Workers; Trump Promises Number of Cases "Will Go Down to Zero". Aired 11-11:30a ET
• Food Bank Demand Skyrockets While Farmers Forced to Dump Food; Interview with E.R. Physician Jeremy Faust; Universities Under Financial Pressure to Restructure for Coronavirus Safety. Aired 10:30- 11a ET
• Sharpest Quarterly GDP Drop in 12 Years; Gov. Jared Polis is Interviewed about Colorado Reopening; DOD to Provide Mental Health Programs. Aired 9:30-10a
• Trump Promises Number of Cases "Will Go Down to Zero"; Dr. Birx: Social Distancing Will Happen Through Summer; NY Governor Cuomo Gives Update on Coronavirus Response. Aired 11:30a-12p ET
• U.K. Revises Death Toll to Over 26,000; Dr. Fauci Says Some Sports May Need to Skip this Season; California Governor Hopeful Schools Could Reopen in Late July; Dr. Fauci Says Remdesivir Has Clear Cut Effect in Reducing Coronavirus Recovery Time. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• California Governor Outlines Phased Reopening Plan; Fauci Discusses Study Of Remdesivir In Coronavirus Treatment. Aired 12:30-1p ET
• Remdesivir May Reduce COVID-19 Duration; State Reopening Despite Lacking 14-Day Decline in Cases; Trump Promises Five Million Tests a Day, Then Walks Back Comments. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• Meat Plant Workers To Trump: Employees Aren't Going to Show Up; Farmers at Mercy of Stalled Food Pipeline; NYC Mayor Apologizes for Remarks over Crowded Funeral for Rabbi; Fauci: Some Sports May Have to Skip this Year Entirely; "Human Touch" Series Helps "Detroit Beats COVID-19". Aired 1:30-2p ET
• New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo Gives Coronavirus Update; Gov. Cuomo: Asked MTA For Full Plan On Daily Disinfecting Of Subways; Gov. Cuomo: GOP Suggestion States Go Bankrupt "Not Even Close To Right"; U.S. GDP Down 4.8 Percent In First Quarter, First Decline In Six Years; Jared Kushner: We're Exceeding Testing Goals. Aired 12-12:30p ET
• Fauci Says, Early Remdesivir Trial Shows A Drug Can Block Coronavirus; Study Shows Men More Likely To Die From Coronavirus Than Women; Arkansas Food Bank Runs Out Of Food In One Hour Due To Demand. Aired 1-1:30p ET
• Simon Property Group Reopening 50 Malls This Weekend; Iowa Governor On Reopening Amid Pandemic: If People Fail To Work, There Will Be Consequence; Joey Gonzalez, CEO, Barry's Bootcamp, Discusses California Governor's Four-Phase Reopening Plan; Update On Coronavirus Response Around The World; Husband & Wife Of 73 Years Die Within Hours Of Each Other From Coronavirus. Aired 2:30-3p ET


April 28, 2020
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• Outbreak Putting America's Food Supply at Risk; U.S. Oil Plunged 14.8 Percent in Asian Morning Trade; E-Commerce Soaring in South Korea During Quarantine; U.S. Army Reservist Falsely Called 'Patient Zero'; Children Around the World Draw What They Miss the Most; New Zealand Claims It Has "Eliminated" Virus; White House Unveils Blueprint for Increased Testing; Return to Wuhan. Aired 12-1a ET
• U.S. Cases Near 1 Million As Several States Reopen; Researchers to Study If Estrogen Can Reduce Symptoms; Kremlin: Too Early to Predict End of Lockdown. Aired 5-5:30a ET
• Georgia Restaurant Owner Speaks On State Reopening; Tokyo Olympics To Be Canceled If Pandemic Is Not Over By Next Summer; Millions Of Americans Still Waiting For Stimulus Checks. Aired 5:30-6a ET
• U.S. Still Lags Behind Mass Testing; Conspiracy Theory Ruined a Couple's Life; Britain to Extend Its Lockdown; Gradual Reopening of Businesses Seen in Europe; Coronavirus Pandemic; Wuhan, Life After The Outbreak; Camera Watch Just Outside Quarantine Homes In China; E- Commerce Soaring In South Korea During Quarantine; President Trump Adds To Confusion Over Kim Jong-un's Health; Lebanon Protesters Defy Restrictions; U.S. Oil Plunged below $11 A Barrel In Asian Trade; Economic Inequality Could Lead To Second Arab Spring; Impact Of Collapse Demand On Middle East Exporters; A Broadway Birthday Tribute, Quarantine Style; New Zealand Begins Reopening, Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern Says Virus Eliminated; Some Australian States Relax Restrictions Of Movement. Aired 3-4a ET
• U.S. Cases Near 1 Million as Several States Reopen and Others Wait; White House Releases Blueprint for Increased Testing; Study Shows Most Patients in New York Hospital Didn't Have Fever; W.H.O. Program Aims to Accelerate Vaccine Development; Spain Moves Toward Further Easing of Lockdown; British Prime Minister, Too Soon for U.K. to Ease Restrictions; Glitches Hamper Small Business Loan Funding. Aired 4-4:30a ET
• White House On Testing, Federal Government Is A Supplier Of Last Resort; Key Model Projects Higher U.S Death Toll As States Reopen; White House Adviser Says, U.S Facing Great Depression-Era Jobless Rates. Aired 10-10:30a ET
• W.H.O. Says Seven COVID-19 Vaccines in Clinical Evaluation; Atlantans Volunteer in Trial of Potential Vaccine; New York Hospitals Study Heartburn Drug as Treatment; New Zealand Begins Reopening, Says Virus is Eliminated; E-Commerce Soaring in South Korea During Quarantine; Former Students Making Protective Gear at Closed School. Aired 4:30-5a ET
• Governors Move Forward with Reopening Despite Warnings; Key Model Projects Higher U.S. Death Toll as States Reopen; White House Says Federal Government a "Supplier of Last Resort."; U.S. Agriculture Chief Estimates Tens of Thousands of Pigs Might Be Euthanized to Make Space on Farms Amid Plant Closures; New Jersey Rolls Out Saliva-Based Testing for Coronavirus. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• White House Unveils Blueprint for Increased Testing; Some U.S. States Open, Others Wait; British Prime Minister: Too Soon to Ease Restrictions; New Zealand Claims It Has "Eliminated" Virus; Former Students Making Protective Gear at Closed School. Aired 2-3a ET
• New Jersey Ramps up Testing; Small Business Loan Site Crashes; Stay at Home Numbers Drop; Trump Adds to Confusion over Kim Jong-un. Aired 9:30-10a ET
• Reopening Schools?; Race Intensifies For Coronavirus Vaccine; U.S. Surpasses One Million Coronavirus Cases. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• Interview with Economic Advisor Kevin Hassett; China Accuses U.S. of Barefaced Lies; New York and Arizona Set to Begin Contact Tracing. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• New York Governor Gives Coronavirus Update; Researchers Probe Reliability Of Available Antibody Tests. Aired 12:30-1p ET
• Trump Tells Governors to Seriously Consider Opening Schools; Officials Say 40 Percent Jump in Cleaning Chemical Cases After Trump's Remark; Trump to Order Meat Processing Plants to Stay Open; Sufficient Coronavirus Tests Available to the States. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• University of Washington Revises Model Up to 74,000 Deaths as Some States Begin Reopening; White House Disagrees on Required Testing Rates; President Trump to Reopen Meatpacking Plants by Executive Order. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• Trump On Testing: "We Are Doing A Great Job"; Trump Meets With Florida Governor At White House; Dr. Celine Gounder Discusses Reopening States, Safety, Testing; Waffle House CEO, Walt Ehmer, Discusses Reopening Stores In Georgia And Tennessee; Boston Mayor Marty Walsh (D) Discusses Why His City Not Ready To Reopen; Ongoing Tug Of War Between Governors & President On Testing. Aired 11-11:30a ET
• Ongoing Tug Of War Between Governors & President On Testing; WAPO: Administration Didn't Take Early Intelligence Of China Pandemic Coming To U.S. Seriously; Knox County Mayor Glenn Jacobs (R), Discusses His Three-Phase Reopening Plan As Tennessee Ends Stay-At- Home Order May 1st; Texas Governor Takes Phased Approach To Reopening; Mnuchin Angered By L.A. Lakers Taking Millions Meant For Small Businesses. Aired 11:30a-12p ET
• Dr. Anthony Fauci: If We Prematurely Try To Open Up, Coronavirus Could "Rebound"; President Trump: Many States Moving To Reopen Safely And Quickly; California Governor Gavin Newsom Warns Virus "Doesn't Take Weekend Off"; New York Governor Andrew Cuomo Gives Coronavirus Update; New York Governor Andrew Cuomo: 335 People Died In Past 24 Hours. Aired 12-12:30p ET
• Key Model Projects Higher Death Toll As States Reopen; Oxford Says, First Doses Of Vaccine May Be Available By Fall If Effective; New York City Mayor Unveils New Grading Policy For Public Schools. Aired 1-1:30p ET
• Concerns Raised Over Packed Planes, Passengers Without Masks; Las Vegas Casinos Prepare For Reopening; Dr. Lisa Rosenthal Discusses E.R. Physician Committing Suicide & How Horror In Hospitals Is Impacting Health Care Workers; Kansas Official: Man Drank Cleaner After Trump's Remarks. Aired 1:30-2p ET
• Trump To Order Meat Processing Plants To Stay Open; Mnuchin Angered By L.A. Lakers Taking Millions Meant For Small Businesses; Nurse Shares Her Fears, Describes Being On The Front Line Of An E.R.; Pence Criticized For Not Wearing Mask At Mayo Clinic; Dr. Fauci Gets Personal On Web Chat. Aired 2:30-3p ET


April 27, 2020
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• Human Vaccine Trials Underway At Oxford University; South Korea Says North Korean Leader Kim Jong Un Alive And Well; Most of Germany Now Required To Wear Masks In Public. Aired 5:30-6a ET
• U.S. States Ready or Not Will Open Businesses; Kim Jong-un's True Condition Still Unknown; Boris Johnson Back with Piled Up Work; People of Color Highly Hit by COVID-19; Weighing Public Health Risks Against Reviving Economy; More U.S. States are Easing Virus Restrictions; Stimulus Checks Include Letter From Trump; New York Bears Brunt of COVID-19 Impact in United States; Turkey's Daily Death Rate is Dropping, 99 People Reported Dead from Virus in Past Day; Ramadan in the Age of Coronavirus; High-Tech Helmets Monitor Temperatures in Dubai; Belgians Asked to Eat More Fries to Reduce Potato Surplus; Beatles Bringing People Together. Aired 3-4a ET
• More U.S. States Easing Virus Restrictions This Week; California City May Temporarily Close Beaches; Trump Denies Plans to Fire HHS Secretary; South Korea: North Korean Leader Kim Jong-un 'Alive and Well'; U.K. Prime Minister Back to Work after Recovering from COVID-19; Coronavirus Disproportionately Affecting Communities of Color; Wisconsin Economy in Downtown from Virus Shutdown; Spain Eases Restrictions, Lets Children Exercise Outside; Comedian Entertains Fans with Basketball Star Impressions. Aired 12-1a ET
• More U.S. States Easing Restrictions this Week; New York Governor Outlines Phased Reopening Strategy; Some Businesses to Reopen in Colorado this Week; States Report Rise in Calls About Ingesting Disinfectants; U.K. Prime Minister Back to Work After Recovering from COVID-19; British Prime Minister Asks People to Contain Impatience in Virus Fight; Italy to Allow some Businesses to Reopen May 4th. Aired 4-4:30a ET
• More U.S. States Ease Virus Restrictions This Week; U.S. to Resume Accepting Small Business Loan Applications; U.S. Blames China for Cyber Attacks on COVID-19 Research. Aired 5-5:30a ET
• Top Officials Contradict Each Other on U.S. Economy; Markets and Commodities Continue Roller Coaster Month; Spain Eases Restrictions, Lets Children Exercise Outside; How Stay-at-Home Orders are Impacting Children; South Korea Saying North Korean Leader Kim Jong-un is Alive and Well. Aired 4:30-5a ET
• Ohio Governor Expected to Announce Plan to Reopen Today; U.S. Cities and States Brace for Layoffs and Cuts as Crisis Deepens; Coroner in Georgia Pleads with People to Stay Home; Georgia Restaurants, Movie Theaters Have Green Light to Open; Florida Governor to Speak Soon and Speculation Over Reopening Date; New York Governor Outlines Phased Approach to Reopening State; U.S. Nears 1 Million Cases of Coronavirus. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• States Move To Reopen Economies As U.S. Nears 1 Million Cases; Common Heartburn Drug Being Studied As Possible Treatment; Wisconsin To Remain Shut Down Until At Least May 26. Aired 10-10:30a ET
• Top Officials Contradict Each Other On U.S. Economy; COVID-19 Disproportionately Affecting Communities Of Color; Spain Eases Restrictions, Lets Children Exercise Outside; Some U.S. States Eases on Lockdown Measures; Italy Announces Gradual Easing on Lockdown Restrictions; Status of the North Korean Leader; U.K. Prime Minister Boris Johnson Back to Work Since Hospitalization. Aired 2-3a ET
• Interview with Organic Farmer Kate McClendon; Kim Jong Un Information Blackout Inside North Korea; Patient Zero Conspiracy Theory Spreads to China. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• More States Moves To Reopen As U.S. Nears 1 Million Cases; Global Coronavirus Cases Top 3 Million, U.S. Cases Near 1 Million; TSA Reports, Americans Traveling By Plane Climbs Slightly. Aired 1-1:30p ET
• Antibody Testing Ramping Up?; Some States Start Reopening. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• More Than a Dozen States Reopening Some Businesses This Week; Dr. Birx: Unclear How Long Coronavirus Immunity Lasts; Trump Deletes Tweets, Lashes Out at Media; Heartburn Drug Being Studied as Coronavirus Treatment; Thom Peterson, Minnesota Agriculture Commissioner, Discusses Tyson's Chair Saying "Food Supply Chain is Breaking"; Wisconsin Lt. Gov. Mandela Barnes, (D), Discusses Worker Concerns over Health Coverage & Business Survival. Aired 11-11:30a ET
• Governors Giving Orders to Reopen Businesses; States Move to Reopen Economies as U.S. Nears One Million Cases; Interview with Mayor Chaz Molder, Columbia, Tennessee on Reopening the City Too Soon. Interview with Mayor Breea Clark, Norman, Oklahoma on Reopening Her City in Piecemeal Way; Colorado Barber Shop Opens Despite Governor's Orders. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• NY Governor Cuomo Gives Update on Coronavirus Response. Aired 11:30a-12p ET
• Some U.S. States Begin Reopening; Interview with Tybee Island Mayor Shirley Sessions; Antibody Tests Yield Unreliable Results. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• Colorado Begins Slowly Easing Restriction On Businesses This Week; Conspiracy Theorists Falsely Claim U.S. Army Sgt. Is Patient Zero; Policies Vary Between States On Handling Virus In Nursing Homes. Aired 12:30-1p ET
• New York Governor Andrew Cuomo: 337 People Died In Past 24 Hours, "On The Decline"; Gov. Cuomo: 7,500 People Tested In Antibody Study, About 14 Percent Positive; White House: Upcoming Task Force Briefings May Have "New Look, New Focus"; President Donald Trump Holds Teleconference With Governors This Afternoon; Small Business Loan Program Resumes Taking Applications Today. Aired 12-12:30p ET
• Law Enforcement & Politicians Clash Over Confinement Orders; Will Goodwin, Of VoteVets.org, Discusses U.S. Army Asking West Point Graduating Cadets To Return To NY Campus To Hear Trump; Trump Deletes Tweets, Lashes Out At Media; Trump's Past Run-In With Rolling Stones May Explain Why No More Task Force Briefings; "New Yorker's" Charles Duhigg Discusses Reason For Differences In Number Of Virus Cases Between New York & Washington State. Aired 1:30-2p ET
• Associate Professor Scott Hensley Discusses False Positives From Virus Antibody Tests On Market; Dad, 32, Leaves Note To Family On Phone Before Dying Of Coronavirus; Update On Coronavirus Response From Around World. Aired 2:30-3p ET
• CNN's David Culver Returns To Wuhan After Lockdown; Small Business Loan Program Resumes Taking Applications Today. Aired 9:30- 10a ET


April 26, 2020
• Some U.S. States Start to Reopen Despite Warnings; White House Officials Discuss Plans to Replace Health Secretary; Trump Launches Familiar Attacks against Media; Satellite Photos Raise Questions about Kim Jong-un; Boris Johnson to Return to Work Monday; U.S. Government Working with Companies to Get Medical Supplies; Retail Shops Open in Texas for To-Go Orders; Some Businesses Reopen in Oklahoma; Japan's Health Care System Overwhelmed; Everyday Heroes Stepping Up to Fill Equipment Void; Some Beaches Reopen in California; Superhero City Workers Spotted in Lisbon. Aired 12-1a ET
• Some U.S. States Start to Reopen Despite Warnings; WHO Reviewing Antibody Responses to COVID-19; U.S. Meat Processing Plants Close amid Outbreak; Spain Allowing Children under 14 to Exercise Outside; Boris Johnson to Return to Work Monday; Italy Deaths, New Cases Continue Downward Trend; White House Officials Discuss Plans to Replace Health Secretary; Trump Administration Weakened Mercury Rule for Coal Plants; Satellite Photos Raise Questions about Kim Jong-un; Vietnam Reports Low COVID-19 Infections, No Deaths; Comedian Entertains Fans with Basketball Star Impressions. Aired 2-3a ET
• Some U.S. States Start to Reopen Despite Warnings; WHO Reviewing Antibody Responses to COVID-19; Trump Launches Familiar Attacks against Media; Boris Johnson to Return to Work Monday; Spain Allowing Children under 14 to Exercise Outside; Japan's Health Care System Overwhelmed; Satellite Photos Raise Questions about Kim Jong- un; Some Beaches Reopen in California; Comedian Entertains Fans with Basketball Star Impressions. Aired 3-4a ET
• Health Experts Emphasize Need For Antibody Testing; White House Officials Discuss Plans To Replace Health Secretary; Boris Johnson To Return To Work Monday; Spain Allowing Children Under 14 To Exercise Outside; Discontent Grows Over Restrictions In Russia; Some U.S. States Start To Reopen Despite Warnings; Everyday Heroes Stepping Up To Fill Equipment Void; Satellite Photos Raise Questions About Kim Jong-un; Some Beaches Reopen In California; Second Locust Swarm Threatens East Africa. Aired 4-5a ET
• White House Officials Discuss Plans to Replace Health Secretary; Health Experts Emphasize Need for Antibody Testing; Boris Johnson to Return to Work Monday; Spain Allowing Children under 14 to Exercise Outside; Italy Deaths, New Cases Continue Downward Trend; Satellite Photos Raise Questions about Kim Jong-un; Japan's Health Care System Overwhelmed; Vietnam Reports Low COVID-19 Infections, No Deaths; Wildlife Thriving as Humans Remain on Lockdown. Aired 5-6a ET
• Governor Andrew Cuomo Lays Out How Phased Reopening Will Look; White House Economic Advisers Deliver Contradictory Messages On Recovery; White House Discusses Plans To Replace HHS Secretary Alex Azar; Dr. Deborah Birx Downplays Trump's Suggestion On Injecting Disinfectants; Antibody Protection Unsure How Long To Last In Recovered Patients; Interview With Mayor David Holt Of Oklahoma City On Easing Coronavirus Restrictions. Aired 1-2p ET
• U.S. Coronavirus Cases 950,000-Plus And Above 54,000 Deaths; States To Reopen Including Colorado, Georgia, Tennessee, California And Much More; Trump's Remarks On Ingesting Disinfectant Has Maryland's Hotlines Receiving Lots Of Calls; Rep. Charlie Crist (D-FL) Is Interviewed About Florida's Unemployment Benefit Woes; Governor Cuomo Details Reopening Strategy. Aired 5-6p ET
• WH Economic Advisers Deliver Contradictory Messages On Recovery; All Patients Discharged From The USNS Comfort; White House Discussing Plans To Replace HHS Secretary; Unsure How Long Antibody Protection Lasts In Recovered Patients; Some California Beaches Reopen, Social Distancing Enforced; Several Georgia Businesses Refuse To Completely Reopen Despite Lifted Restrictions; U.K Reports Lowest Daily Death Toll Since March 31st. Aired 2-3p ET
• Interview With Rep. Nancy Pelosi (D-CA); Gov. Andrew Cuomo Updates State's COVID-19 Response; Gov. Andrew Cuomo Lays Out How Phased Reopening Will Look; Gov. Cuomo: Hospitalizations, Intubations Down. Aired 12-1p ET
• Some States Pushing Forward With Reopening Plans; Wisconsin To Remain Shut Down Until At Least May 26th; Interview With Mayor Bo Dorough Of Albany, Georgia On Reopening The State; Contradictory Messages On Recovery From White House Economic Advisers; WHO: Currently No Evidence" Proving COVID-19 Survivors Have Immunity; Fauci: Not Overly Confident About Nation's Current Testing Capacity. Aired 4-5p ET
• Some California Beaches Reopen Social Distance Enforced; Dr. Deborah Birx Reacts To President Donald Trump's Disinfectants Comments, Calls Them "Dialogue"; Dairy Farmers In Wisconsin Dumping Milk Due To Drop In Demand; Dozens Of Healthcare Workers Attacked In Mexico; New Jersey Hospital Worker Facilitates Facetime Calls For Families Of Dying Coronavirus Patients. Aired 3-4p ET


April 25, 2020
• Some U.S. States Reopen amid Criticism; Trump Faces Backlash over Injecting Disinfectant; Osaka Mayor Faces Backlash over Shopping Remarks. Aired 12-12:30a ET
• Trump Faces Backlash over Injecting Disinfectant; Some U.S. States Reopen amid Criticism; U.S. House Dems Investigating Unproven Coronavirus Tests; Cubans Wait in Long Lines for Food and Supplies; Businesses are Reopening but Are They Safe?; Learning from the 1918 Pandemic; Georgia NBA Player Worried. Aired 2-2:30a ET
• Some U.S. States Reopen amid Criticism; Trump Faces Backlash over Injecting Disinfectant; Brazil Faces Political Crisis as Justice Minister Resigns; Widow Shares Details of Husband's Last Days; Nigerian Singer Davido Releases Video for COVID-19 Research. Aired 3- 3:30a ET
• Georgia Allows Businesses to Reopen; Rep. Gregory Murphy (R-NC) Interviewed on U.S. Economy Reopening and State Governments Going Bankrupt During Coronavirus Pandemic; Some Georgia Business Owners Refusing to Reopen Due to Ongoing Coronavirus Pandemic; DJ Jazzy Jeff Believes He Contracted Coronavirus but Cannot Get Tested. Aired 10:30- 11a ET
• Trump Faces Backlash over Injecting Disinfectant; Some U.S. States Reopen amid Criticism; U.K. to Deliver Medical Supplies by Drone; Homeschooling under Lockdown; Mixed Messages in a Crisis; WHO Works to Speed Vaccines; Learning from the 1918 Pandemic; Italian Doctors Dying from Coronavirus; "The Road to Change: America's Climate Crisis". Aired 4-5a ET
• Some U.S. States Reopen amid Criticism; Trump Faces Backlash over Injecting Disinfectant; U.K. to Deliver Medical Supplies by Drone; U.S. House Dems Investigating Unproven Coronavirus Tests; Businesses are Reopening but Are They Safe?; Widow Shares Details of Husband's Last Days; Corona Teased for His Name, Gets a Hollywood Ending. Aired 5-6a ET
• Coronavirus Pandemic; NY Governor Cuomo: Coronavirus Impact Is An Economic Tsunami; Florida's Unemployment System Goes Offline To Clear Backlog; Search For Vaccine Ramps Up With Accelerated Clinical Trials; Trump Refuses To Take Questions At Briefing; Governor Cuomo Gives Update On New York Coronavirus Cases. Aired 11a-12p ET
• WHO States No Evidence Those Who Recovered From Coronavirus Not Susceptible To Reinfection; Some Businesses Reopen In Georgia; Medical Experts Warn Against Reopening U.S. Economy Too Soon; Some Beaches In Southern California Open; New York Governor Andrew Cuomo States Coronavirus Testing Capacity In New York Increasing; FDA Criticized For Number Of Possibly Fraudulent Antibody Tests On Market. Aired 2-3p ET
• New York Governor Andrew Cuomo Gives Updates On New York Coronavirus Cases; Georgia Reopens Salons, Gyms, Bowling Alleys And Tattoo Parlors As The State Death Toll Rises; Calls Growing Nationwide For More Antibody Testing; Rep. Donna Shalala (D-FL) Is Interviewed About Reopening Of Florida; U.S. Navy Recommends Reinstating Fired Captain; Sixth Grader Prints 3D Masks In Kitchen. Aired 12-1p ET
• Over A Quarter Of World's Coronavirus Deaths Are In The U.S; Army Of Tracers Needed To Control Coronavirus Spread; Dr. Sanjay Gupta Outlines Best Masks To Use; Gov. Andy Beshear (D-KY) Discusses The Gradual Reopening Of Kentucky, Openings Nationwide & And McConnell Suggesting States Go Bankrupt; People Flock To Newport Beach, CA, Despite Stay-At-Home Orders. Aired 3-4p ET
• Detroit Hit Hard Economically By Coronavirus Pandemic; Over A Quarter Of World's Coronavirus Deaths Are In The U.S.; State Unemployment Systems Overwhelmed As 26.5 Million Americans File For Unemployment In Five Weeks; NY Governor Cuomo Says Hospitalizations Back Down Again; Dr. Glenn Budnick Answers Coronavirus Questions Regarding Children. Aired 4-5p ET
• Georgia Reopens Nonessential Businesses As State Death Toll Rises; New York State Now Has 22,000 Deaths With More Than 400 In Just The Past 24 Hours; California Reopens Some Beaches As Governor Urges Social Distancing; WHO: "No Evidence" Having COVID-19 Protects From Reinfection; Atlanta Mayor Warns Of Health Risks As Businesses Reopen; Trump Signs Order Temporarily Blocking Some Immigration. Aired 6-7p ET
• Biden Accuser Says Her Mother Spoke of "Problems" Working for "Prominent Senator" in 1993 CNN Clip; Emotional Night at the Virtual Draft for Some Prospects; Kevin Washington, president & CEO of YMCA USA, Discusses the Reopening of Gyms Amid Coronavirus Outbreaks; CNN's "The Road to Change: America's Climate Crisis". Aired 1-2p ET
• Over a Quarter of World's Coronavirus Deaths are in the U.S.; States Begin Reopening Despite Warning from Health Officials; NAACP Pushes Back against Georgia Governor's Reopening Order; Health Experts Emphasize Need for Widespread Antibody Testing; Dr. Sanjay Gupta Takes Antibody Test to Learn whether he had Virus; Top UK Health Official: "Concerning" Evidence of Reinfection. Aired 5-6p ET


April 24, 2020
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• Study: Virus Far More Widespread in New York Than Thought; Trump Proposes Light, Disinfectant as Possible Treatments; Oil Prices Rise After Historic Lows; Small Businesses Struggle as Wuhan Reopens; Singapore Seeing Dramatic Spike in Infections; COVID-19 Devastating Seniors in Long-Term Care Facilities; Oxford Starts Human Trials for Potential Vaccine; Observing Ramadan During the COVID-9 Pandemic; Money from Walls Helps Waiters & Waitresses. Aired 12-1a ET
• President Trump with Own Version of Science; Complacency Proves to Have Consequences; Wuhan Business Owners Felt the Brunt of Lockdown; U.K. Started its COVID Vaccine on Humans; Seesaw Effect Seen in Oil Prices; Coronavirus Pandemic; Many U.K. Doctors Don't Have Proper PPE; 48 Hours With NHS Front Line Workers; New Model, Virus Has Been Spreading In U.S. Since January; Covid-19 Impacts Ramadan Rituals; Observing Ramadan Amid Covid-19; Student Group In Spain Helps Feed The Needy; Businesses In Brighton, U.K. Give Back To Health Workers. Aired 3-4a ET
• Georgia To Reopen Some Businesses On Friday; Singing Doctor Uses His Voice To Inspire Others; Alicia Keys Debuts Powerful New Song On CNN. Aired 5:30-6a ET
• Johns Hopkins: Virus Cases Now Top 2.7 Million Worldwide; The President Versus Science; Georgia on Track to Reopen Today. Aired 5- 5:30a ET
• Georgia to Reopen Some Businesses on Friday; Some U.S. Governors Say It's Too Soon to Reopen; Study Shows Virus Far More Widespread in New York Than Thought; Trump's Response to Coronavirus Follows Pattern of Disagreeing with Science; Survey Shows Many U.K. Doctors Don't Have Proper Gear; Oil Prices Rise After Historic Lows; Lines for Food Donations Amid Dire Jobless Numbers. Aired 4-4:30a ET
• Experts Shoot Down Trump's Suggestion of Exposing COVID-19 Victims to Sunlight Heat to Treat Virus; Some U.S. States Race to Develop Reopening Strategies Despite Warnings; Officials: Twenty Three Cases Now Linked to Wisconsin Primary Election; Some Georgia Businesses Won't Reopen Despite Governor's Plan; Texas Governor to Lay Out Reopening Plan Next Week; New York's Governor Says 1 in 7 State Residents Tested for Antibodies is Positive; Researchers in China Clone Antibodies from Recovered Patients. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• Some States Race To Develop Reopening Strategies Despite Warnings; Researchers In China Clone Antibodies From Recovered Patients; Pence To Hold Call With Nation's Governors Today. Aired 10- 10:30a ET
• Georgia to Reopen Some Businesses on Friday; Wuhan Getting Back to Norman After Long Lockdown; Restrictions Lower Air Pollution in Major Cities; Alicia Keys' Tribute to Essential Workers; Money from Walls Helps Waiters and Waitresses. Aired 4:30-5a ET
• Coronavirus Cases Linked to Primary in Wisconsin; Georgia Businesses Face Difficult Choice; Correction Unions Sue NYC. Aired 9:30-10a
• Will Navy Reinstate Captain Who Warned Against Coronavirus?; Trump's Dangerous Suggestion to Inject Disinfectant to Treat Coronavirus; U.S. Coronavirus Deaths Pass 50,000. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• States Reopen Despite Warnings, U.S Death Toll Tops 50,000; Trump Speaks After Suggesting Disinfectant As Treatment; Trump Falsely Claims He Didn't Suggest Looking Into Internal Disinfectant As Coronavirus Treatment. Aired 1-1:30p ET
• Interview with Gov. Ned Lamont (D-CT); Interview with Tybee Island Mayor Shirley Sessions; British Hospital Prepares for Second Wave. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• San Francisco Offering Tests For All City Workers; States Grapple With Reopening Amid Mixed Messages From WH. Aired 12:30-1p ET
• Navy Leaders Recommend Reinstating Captain Removed for Sounding Coronavirus Alarm; White House Mixed Messages Confuse Governors and Leads to a Patchwork of Reopenings; FDA Warns of Serious Side Effects of Drug Trump Touted; Researchers in China Say Have Cloned Antibodies from Recovered Coronavirus Patients; V.A. Study Finds Higher Death Rate in Patients Taking Hydroxychloroquine for COVID-19. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• Misinformation From White House on Ingesting Disinfectants; Interview with Texas Record Store Owner; Interview with Hugh Acheson. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• Did Not Air 2-3a ET
• Trump: "I'm Not Happy" with Georgia Reopening Plan; Trump Dangerously Suggests Injecting Disinfectant as Treatment; Trump Previously Insists Warmer Weather in April Will Kill Virus; Researchers in China Clone Antibodies from Recovered Patients; Dr. William Schaffner Discusses China Antibody Cloning & Trump Saying Doing Well on Testing. Aired 11-11:30a ET
• New York Governor Andrew Cuomo Gives Update On Coronavirus Response; New York Governor Andrew Cuomo: We're The Number One State In Paying Taxes Into The Federal Pot; Mitch McConnell's State Kentucky is Number Three In Taxing Out More Than They Pay; New York Governor Andrew Cuomo to Senator Mitch McConnell: I Dare to You to Pass a Law Allowing States to Declare Bankruptcy; U.S. Begins Reopening Experiments as Coronavirus Deaths Tops 50,000; President Donald Trump Dangerously Suggests Injecting Disinfectant as Treatment. Aired 12- 12:30p ET
• Dr. William Schaffner Discusses Trump Contradicting Fauci on Testing; Marc Perrone, UFCW International President, Discusses Colorado Meatpacking Plant Reopening after Virus Outbreak; NY Governor Cuomo Gives Update on Coronavirus Response. Aired 11:30a-12p ET
• Trump Falsely Claims He Didn't Suggest Looking into Internal Disinfectant as Coronavirus Treatment; Georgia Reopens Hair Salons, Gyms, Despite Rise in Cases; State Rep. Bee Nguyen (D-GA) Discusses Georgia Opening Businesses; E-mails Reveal Trump Aides' Effort to Push Unproven Drug. Aired 1:30-2p ET
• Trump Falsely Claims He Didn't Suggest Looking into Internal Disinfectant as Coronavirus Treatment; Dr. Lauren Meyers Discusses Trump Suggesting Injecting Disinfectant & New Models for Projecting Coronavirus Spread; Cuomo Slams McConnell for Saying States Should Go Bankrupt; Northeastern University Model Shows Coronavirus Was in New York Before March 1st; Update on Coronavirus Response from Around the World. Aired 2:30-3p ET


April 23, 2020
• Did Not Air 1-2a ET
• White House Send Mixed Messages to the Public; Oxford Ramping up its COVID Vaccine; Many People Oppose Selling of Wildlife in Asia' Coronavirus Pandemic; U.S. Vaccine Agency Chief Says Departure Was Retaliation; Georgia Governor Is Reopening State Too Soon; Las Vegas Mayor Pushes To Reopen Casinos; Families Wait In Long Lines For Food Bank Distribution; U.S. Condemns Iran's First Military Satellite Launch; President Trump Tells Navy To Shoot Any Aggressive Iranian Boats; U.S. Oil Prices Rise After Trump's Threat To Iran; Chevron Ordered To Halt Oil Production In Venezuela; Health Care Workers Attacked; Worldwide Incidents Of Harassment Against Health Workers; Bolivian Doctors And Nurses Protest Lack Of Supplies; Nurse Providing Patients With Photos Of Loved Ones; Andy Murray Talks About Life Under Lockdown. Aired 3-4a ET
• Human Trials Of Possible Coronavirus Vaccine Starting Today At Oxford; Merkel: Germany Risks Wasting Gains If It Opens Too Fast; Family Unable To Get Adopted Chinese Son To The U.S. Aired 5:30-6a ET
• John Hopkins: 2.6 Million People Infected Worldwide; Head of U.S. Vaccine Agency Demoted from Position; U.S. Jobless Claims Expected to Rise; U.S. Oil Prices Rise After Trump's Threat to Iran. Aired 5-5:30a ET
• Georgia to Reopen Businesses Evan as U.S. Infections Rise; Head of U.S. Vaccine Agency Demoted from Position; Reopening Raises Questions About Testing, Distancing; Human Trials of Possible Vaccine Starting at Oxford; Return to Wuhan and Investigating Source of Virus; U.S. Jobless Claims Expected to Rise Another 4.1 million; U.S. Oil Prices Rise After Trump's Threat to Iran. Aired 4-4:30a ET
• White House Sends Mixed Messages to the Public; When Did Coronavirus Spread Really Begin in United States?; Wuhan after Lockdown Ends; Georgia Governor Is Reopening State Too Soon; U.S. Oil Prices Rise After Trump's Threat to Iran; Trump Expresses Concern Over Georgia's Reopening; 'An Army of Tracers' Needed to Control Coronavirus Spread; PA State Legislator Mike Jones (R) is Interviewed about Protests; Business Owners Struggle with Impact of COVID-19; What Asia's Wet Markets Are Really Like; Tennis Star Andy Murray Talks About Life Under Lockdown. Aired 12-1a ET
• New York Times Reports, Hidden Outbreaks Were Spreading In U.S Cities Far Earlier Than Americans Knew; Source Says, Trump Praised Georgia Governor's Plan To Reopen State In Tuesday Call, But Said Wednesday He Disagrees With Move; Florida Governor Defends Local Leaders Who Reopened Beaches, Parks. Aired 10-10:30a ET
• Las Vegas Mayor Pushes to Reopen Casinos, Hotels; Nevada Governor Says State is Not Ready to Reopen; Union Leader Says the Push to Open Las Vegas is Crazy; Army of Tracers Needed to Control the Coronavirus Spread; Angela Merkel Says Germany Only at Start of Coronavirus Crisis; UNESCO Says Covid-19 Leaves 90 Percent of Students Stuck at Home; Denmark Reopens Some Schools to Younger Children. Aired 4:30-5a ET
• White House Sends Mixed Messages to the Public; States Are Reopening Weeks Before It's Safe; Oxford Ramping Up Its COVID Vaccine; Wuhan after Lockdown Ends; Worldwide Incidents Of Harassment Against Health Workers. Aired 2-3a ET
• Wisconsin Coronavirus Cases May Be Tied to Election; Unemployment Continues to Rise as 4.4 Million More File; NASA Reports Air Pollution Drops. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• Hidden Coronavirus Outbreak in the U.S.? Trump First Praised Georgia Governor Before Criticizing Him on Reopening His State; Interview with Myrtle Beach Mayor Brenda Bethune about COVID-19 and Reopening of Businesses. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• New Modeling Finds Spread Much Wider By March 1 Than Known; Trump Backtracks, Now Disagrees With Georgia Governor's Reopening; House Voting On $484 Billion Relief Package Today. Aired 1-1:30p ET
• Gov. Gretchen Whitmer (D-MI) is Interviewed about her State's Coronavirus Situation; House to Vote on Relief Package; Tyson Closing Two Plants; China Denies Wet Markets Exist. Aired 9:30-10a ET
• Coronavirus and Ventilators; When Did Coronavirus Hit United States?; Trump vs. Top Scientists?. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• As Unemployment Continues to Rise, States Look to Reopen; Interview with Union President D. Taylor; Former HHS Official Claims Wrongful Termination. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• Trump Clashes with Top Scientists on Coronavirus Timeline; 4.4 Million Americans Filed for Unemployment Last Week; Detroit Hit Hard by Pandemic; Trump Reverses Course on Georgia Governor Reopening; Doctor Says He Was Removed from Federal Post after Questioning Drug Trump Praised; New Report Says Coronavirus Was in America Earlier Than Thought; Medical Experts Say Testing of Asymptomatic Americans Needed; Dr. Richard Besser, Former CDC Director & Dr. Mark Levine, Vermont Health Department Commissioner, Discuss Need for More Testing of Asymptomatic Americans. Aired 11-11:30a ET
• Trump Now "Strongly" Disagrees With GA Gov. Kemp's Move To Reopen; Tyson Closes Its Largest Port Plant After Workers Contract Virus; Veepstakes 2020 Moving Full Steam Ahead Amid Pandemic. Aired 12:30-1p ET
• Study Finds COVID-19 Outbreaks in NYC, Boston, San Francisco, Chicago Began Earlier Than Thought; Family of Woman Known As First COVID-19 Patient to Die Describes Her As Healthy and Active; How Will Coronavirus Impact Voting?; Biden Searches for a VP Pick Amid Coronavirus Chaos; Dozens of Food Processing Plants Report Outbreaks; Texas Governor Announces Businesses Will Open Soon. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• Update on Coronavirus Across the World; NY Governor Cuomo Gives Update on Coronavirus Response. Aired 11:30a-12p ET
• New York Governor Andrew Cuomo: The Curve Continues To Go Down; New York Governor Andrew Cuomo: Opening Testing Sites At New York City Public Housing; New York Governor Andrew Cuomo: Calls Senator Majority Leader Mitch McConnell Grim Reaper As He Calls For State Bankruptcies Not Blue State Bailouts; New York Governor Andrew Cuomo: Prelim Results Of Antibody Tests On Group Of New Yorkers Show 13.9 Percent Have Antibodies For Coronavirus; New York Governor Andrew Cuomo: Senator Mitch McConnell Calling For State Bankruptcies Instead Of Federal Funding Is One Of The Dumbest Ideas. Aired 12-12:30p ET
• Ex-wrestler on Georgia Gym: I won't be Reopening Tomorrow; Nine in 10 Patients Put on Ventilators Die; Dr. Jorge Rodriguez Discusses Coronavirus Causing Strokes in Some People in Their 30s and 40s and Those Majority on Ventilators Dying; Results Delayed in Major Hydroxychloroquine Study; Sen. Warren's 86-Year-Old Brother Dies from COVID-19. Aired 1:30-2p ET
• House Expected to Pass $310 Billion Small Business Relief Package as 4.4 Million Filed for Unemployment Last Week; Tyson Foods Accused by Employees of Ignoring Coronavirus Threat; Update on Coronavirus Across the World; Air Pollution Falls by Unprecedented Levels During Outbreak. Aired 2:30-3p ET


April 22, 2020
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• Coronavirus Pandemic, Johns Hopkins, At Least 2.5 Million Cases Globally; U.S. Senate Pass $480 Billion Relief Packages; U.S. Stocks Down Over Oil Price Worries; U.S. Oil Futures Still Trading At Low Levels; President Trump Vows To Make Funds Available To Aid Oil Industry; Study, Low Income Americans Harder Hit By Shutdown; South Africa Announces %26.3 Billion Relief Plan; Taking The Antibody Test; Reopening States Could Drive Up Death Toll; President Trump Details Plans To Halt Immigration To U.S.; Immigration Pause Will Last Only 60 Days; Veterans Study, No Benefit From Hydroxychloroquine; Antibody Blood Testing Shows Exposure To The Virus; Netflix Adds 16 Million Subscribers Amid Virus Shutdown; Marking Earth Day Amid The Pandemic; Covid-19 Outbreak Transforms The Animal Kingdom; Satellite Images Show Big Drop In Europe's Air Pollution; Art Museums Attract Thousands Of Virtual Guests; Art Museums Move Exhibits Online During Shutdown; Man Gives Free Coffee To Essential Workers; Duo Virus Expected in Winter; No Health Expert Agrees to Rushing the Economy; U.K.'s Death Toll Increased 41 Percent; Singapore's COVID Cases Doubled. Aired 3-4a ET
• How Contact Tracing Can Help Stop The Spread Of Coronavirus; U.K. Death Toll Could Be Higher Than Reported; Animals Venture Out In Yosemite Amid Park's Closure. Aired 5:30-6a ET
• Fears of Second Wave; Help for Small Businesses; Impact on U.S. Nursing Homes. Aired 5-5:30a ET
• CDC Chief Warns of Potentially Worse Wave This Winter; Georgia Governor Defends Plan to Reopen Some Businesses; U.K. Gets Planeload of Protective Gear from Turkey; CNN Returns to Wuhan After Lockdown Ends; U.S. Senate Passes $480 Billion Relief Package; PEW Says Half of Low-Income Families Have Lost Jobs or Wages; Oil Prices Rise After Unprecedented Dive. Aired 4-4:30a ET
• Earth Day Sees Clear Skies Due to Stay-at-Home Orders; New Reports Show U.S. Must Test Millions Per Week; Rural Hospitals at Risk of Closing Amid Lockdown; Desperation and Hunger in Nigeria Amid Lockdown; Mother and Daughter Create "Street Safari" for Kids. Aired 4:30-5a ET
• Coronavirus Killed Americans Weeks Earlier Than First Thought; New York Doctor Chronicles Experience Through Video Diary; Tyson Shuts Down Waterloo, Iowa Plant Linked To Virus Outbreak. Aired 10-10:30a ET
• Coronavirus Winter Resurgence Could Be Worse; Georgia Governor Defends Easing Restrictions; Vaccine for COVID-19 Could Take Years; Johns Hopkins: 7K+ Cases, 600+ Deaths in Indonesia; U.S. Oil Prices Rise after Unprecedented Dive; Trump Wishes Luck to Kim Jong-un; Trump Defends Protestors Demanding States Reopen; Supreme Court Deciding Fate of DACA Doctors; CNN Returns to Wuhan 3 Months after Lockdown; Singapore Extends Restrictions Until June 1. Aired 12-1a ET
• Study Shows Hydroxychloroquine Has No Benefits to Coronavirus Patientsl New Report Suggests Coronavirus Killed Americans Weeks Earlier Than Previously Thought; Tyson Foods Shuts Down Waterloo, Iowa Plant Linked to Virus Outbreak; Nursing Homes Across the U.S. Become Ground Zero for Virus Spread. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• Interview with NYC Small Business Services Commissioner Gregg Bishop; United Nations Warns of Possible Famine; Detroit Bus Driver Jason Hargrove Dies. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• Interview With General Stanley McChrystal; Interview With Sullivan's Island, South Carolina, Mayor Pat O'Neil; When Did Coronavirus Spread Begin in U.S.? Aired 3-3:30p ET
• Trump Announces Immigration Pause, But Why Now?; U.S. Oil Price Rose After Unprecedented Dive; Antibody Testing Shows Exposure To The Virus. Aired 2-3a ET
• Senate Passes Small Business Package; Small Business Demands Fixed Program; Wuhan After Coronavirus; Texas Moving to Reopen State. Aired 9:30-10a ET
• Trump, Fox News Tout Potentially Deadly Drug; FBI Concerned About Potential For Anti-Chinese Hate Crimes. Aired 12:30-1p ET
• Trump Likens Virus Fight to War, Retired Army General Disagrees; Vegas Mayor Wants to Reopen Casinos But Offers No Plan to Figure Out How to Do It Safely; In Unprecedented Move House to Vote Tomorrow In Groups on Bill for Small Business Loans; 19 Cases In Wisconsin Linked to In-Person Voting. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• First U.S. Coronavirus Death Earlier Than Thought; States Planning to Reopen This Weekend; Tyson Foods Closes Waterloo, Iowa Plant for Coronavirus Testing. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• Virus Could Have Arrived To U.S. Earlier Than Thought; Drug Touted By Trump Proving Ineffective Against COVID-19; GA Governor Gets Pushback On Reopening State; Dr. Anne Rimoin Discusses GA Governor Reopening State Too Soon; Updated Model Has 10 Percent Increase In U.S. Deaths; Trump Plans To Sign Immigration Order After Officials Scramble To Draft His Proposal; Senate Passes $484 Billion Package To Help Small Businesses. Aired 11-11:30a ET
• CNN Returns To Wuhan After Lockdown Ends; NY Governor Cuomo Gives Update On Coronavirus Response. Aired 11:30a-12p ET
• Gov. Andrew Cuomo (D-NY) Holds Daily Briefing; Gov. Cuomo: Visit With President Donald Trump Was Productive; Public Health Concerns Grow As Some States Move To Reopen; President Donald Trump Says He'll Sign Immigration Executive Order Today. Aired 12-12:30p ET
• CDC Chief Warns Of Potential Second Wave Of Pandemic; Key Model Shows Georgia And 11 Other States Should Wait Longer To Reopen; Abbott Lab's Rapid Tests Can Produce False Negatives. Aired 1-1:30p ET
• Dr. William Schaffner Discusses Abbott Laboratories' Tests Producing False Negatives, Tennessee Opening Businesses, Contact Tracing; Nursing Homes Across America Taking Brunt Of Outbreak; "Project 100" Gets Money To Food Stamp Recipients. Aired 1:30-2p ET
• Dr. Leila Hojat Discusses Study Showing Hydroxychloroquine Does Not Work For COVID-19; Mayor Carolyn Goodman (I), Las Vegas, Discusses Statewide Lockdown, Calling It Total Insanity & Pushing For Reopening Casinos. Aired 2:30-3p ET


April 21, 2020
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• Easing Restrictions to Reopen the U.S.; North Korean Leader in Grave Danger After Surgery; Trump to Suspend Immigration; U.S. Oil Crashes Below $0 A Barrel. Aired 5-5:30a ET
• Germany Eases Restrictions And Allows Some Shops To Reopen; U.K.'s Big Concern Is Potential Second Peak Of Coronavirus Cases; Former Inmates Share Lessons About Confinement. Aired 5:30-6a ET
• Coronavirus Pandemic; Trump To Temporarily Halt Immigration To United States; President Trump Under Fire For Handling Of Crisis; Benjamin Netanyahu And Benny Gantz Agree To Coalition Government In Israel; United States Monitoring Intel That North Korean Leader Kim Jong-un Is In Grave Danger After Surgery; Historic Plunge For U.S. Crude; U.S. Crude Plummets To Negative Pricing For First Time; Supply Glut, Storage Limit Push Oil To Negative Territory; Kim Jong-un Absent from the Public's View; Georgia Rush to Re-open Economy; Georgia's Decision is Out of Kilter; President Trump Temporarily Ban Immigration. Aired 3-4a ET
• Georgia Governor Allowing Some Businesses to Reopen; Trump Claims He Will Suspend Immigration into U.S.; U.S. States Move to Ease Restrictions Despite Warnings; Mayors React to Georgia Governors Move to Reopen; Reports: Kim Jong-Un in Grave Danger After Surgery; Protesters Demand End to Stay-at-Home Orders. Aired 4-4:30a ET
• U.S. Oil Crashes Below $0 a Barrel; Chain Restaurants, Hoteliers Helped Drain Funds Intended for Small Businesses; Trump Claims He Will Suspend Immigration into U.S.; Farmworkers in U.S. Facing Their Own Crisis; Germany Eases Restrictions, Allows Some Shops to Reopen; The Psychological Toll of Strict Lockdown in Spain; Last Major Cruise Ships at Sea are Docking. Aired 4:30-5a ET
• Some States Move To Reopen As U.S Death Toll Climbs; Hundreds Of Detroit Police Officers Infected Or In Quarantine. Aired 10-10:30a ET
• Georgia's Rush to Reopen Economy; Kim Jong-un Absent from Public View; Trump Halts Immigration to United States; What Reopening Looks Like Across the U.S.; WHO Leader Calls for Unity as Trump Withholds Funds; U.S. Monitoring Intel that North Korean Leader is in Grave Danger after Surgery; U.S. Crude Plummets to Negative Pricing for First Time. Aired 12-1a ET
• Georgia's Rush to Reopen Economy; Protests Across America, Encouraged by Trump; Trump Halts Immigration to United States; Kim Jong-un Absent from Public View; Inside One Of Turkey's Busiest ICU's; U.S. Oil Crashed To $37.63 Barrel Monday; Singapore Confirms Highest Number Of Cases In One Day. Aired 2-3a ET
• Some States Like Georgia and South Carolina Move to Reopen as U.S. Death Toll Climbs; Interview with Atlanta Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms on Georgia Governor's Decision to Reopen Businesses; White House, Congress Near Deal on Aid; U.S. Monitoring Intel That North Korean Leader is in Grave Danger After Surgery. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• Some States Already Reopening?; Senate Reaches Small Business Deal; Interview With Athens-Clarke County, Georgia, Mayor Kelly Girtz. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• U.S. Monitoring Kim Jong-un's Health; Senate to Vote on Rescue Deal; Oil Prices Crash; African-American Virus Deaths in Chicago. Aired 9:30-10a
• CNN Reports, Deal Reached To Provide More Funding For Small Businesses; Three States Move To Reopen Businesses As Cases Top 788,000; Trump Vows To Suspend Immigration Into U.S., But Why Now. Aired 1-1:30p ET
• GA Gov: Gyms, restaurants, other businesses to reopen; Intel Suggest Kim Jong-un In Grave Danger After Surgery; Sources: Deal Reached On Emergency Small Business Money. Aired 12:30-1p ET
• Interview with Mayors of Philadelphia and Boston; Rural Hospitals Face Financial Difficulties; Live Coverage of New York Governor Andrew Cuomo Press Conference. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• Texas to Start Reopening Stores Friday Despite Lack of Testing; Study Says No Benefits and a Higher Death Rate for Patients Taking Hydroxychloroquine for Coronavirus; Scientist Helped Develop Saliva Test Speaks to CNN; Virus Threatens Financial Survival of Rural Hospitals. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• NY Governor Cuomo Gives Update on Coronavirus Response. Aired 11-11:30a ET
• Some Southern States Begin Reopening; Congress Reaches Deal to Increase Small Business Funding; Interview with Author David Chang. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• NY Governor: Will "Tell The Truth" When Meeting Trump Later Today; Georgia To Reopen Some Businesses As Early As Friday; Mayor Stephen Benjamin, (D), Columbia, SC, Discusses SC Governor Reopening State Though Cases Haven't Flattened; Trump Plans To Temporarily Suspend Immigration Into U.S. Aired 11:30a-12p ET
• FDA Approves Coronavirus Test Using At-Home Samples; President Donald Trump Claims He Will Call Temporarily Suspend Migration Into U.S.; United Kingdom Government Scrambles To Deliver Promised PPE To Hospitals; Hong Kong Extends Social Distancing Measures Until May 7th; Georgia Governor Brian Kemp: Gyms, Restaurants And Other Businesses To Reopen. Aired 12-12:30p ET
• Interview With Former Secretary Of State, John Kerry; GA State Rep. CaMia Hopson Discusses Georgia Governor Reopening Businesses Starting Friday; FDA Approves 1st At-Home Test For Emergency Use; Study Says No Benefits And A Higher Death Rate For Patients Taking Hydroxychloroquine For Coronavirus. Aired 1:30-2p ET
• Albany, GA, Democratic Mayor Bo Dorough, Discusses State Mayors Blindsided By Governor's Opening Of Economy; Study Says No Benefits And A Higher Death Rate For Patients Taking Hydroxychloroquine For Coronavirus; Oil Prices Plunge & Market In Free Fall; CNN Updates On Coronavirus Response Around The World. Aired 2:30-3p ET


April 20, 2020
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• Donald Trump Praises Himself as U.S. Approaches 41,000 Deaths; New York City to Increase Testing; At Least 16 Dead in Canadian Shooting Rampage; Italy Weighs Antibody Tests in Effort to Reopen Country; Trump Praises Those Protesting Stay-at-Home Orders; U.S. Crude Plunges Below $15 a Barrel in Early Trading; Brazilian President Attends Rally to End Quarantine; Mexican Government Downplaying Coronavirus Pandemic; 'Adopt a Grandparent' Program Has Spike in Volunteers. Aired 12-1a ET
• Americans Not United in Reopening Their Economy; Critics Pointing Fingers to British Leadership; Europe Slowly Going Back to Normal Flow of Life; Turkey's COVID Cases Escalates; U.S. With More than 700,000 COVID Cases; Business Owners Eager to Reopen Up; Sixteen People Killed in Nova Scotia Shooting; U.S. Condemns Arrests Amidst a Pandemic; Doctor Survived COVID-19. Aired 3-4a ET
• President Trump Clashes with States Over Testing, Vows to Increase Swab Production; Trump Says Deal on Small Business Aid Could Come Monday; Shake Shack to Return Entire $10 Million Stimulus Loan. Aired 5-5:30a ET
• Trump Touts Successes, Defends Response at Briefing; Trump Defends Protesters Defying Stay-at-Home Orders; Nursing Homes Required to Report Cases to CDC; New York State to Conduct Thousands of Antibody Tests; Trump Says Deal on Small Businesses Aid Could Come Monday; Boris Johnson Missed Key Meetings, But Officials Defend Him; Germany Eases Some Restrictions as Number of Cases Falls. Aired 4- 4:30a ET
• Germany Eases Some Restrictions As Number Of Coronavirus Cases Falls; At Least 16 Dead In Canadian Shooting Rampage; UNESCO: Half Of World's Student Population Not In School. Aired 5:30-6a ET
• U.S Death Toll Tops 40,000 As Need For Testing Grows; Today, Florida Governor Meets With Reopening Task Force; Novartis To Test Hydroxychloroquine. Aired 10-10:30a ET
• Trump Backs Protester Pushing for States to Reopen; Governors Say There Aren't Enough Test to Reopen; Brazilian President Attends Rally to End Quarantine; Mexican Health Official Downplays Pandemic; At Least 16 Dead in Canadian Shooting Rampage; Human Trafficking Increasing Amid Pandemic; Actors Kunis and Kutcher Launch Charity Wine. Aired 4:30-5a ET
• Nursing Homes Required To Report Cases To CDC; Trump: Deal Near On More Funds To Small Businesses; Hong Kong Athletes Shares Hospital Isolation Experience; Backed by Trump, Protests Across America to Reopen the Economy; U.S. Governors Wants More Test to Reopen States; Boris Johnson and U.K. Government Under Fire Regarding Pandemic Response; Turkey Surpasses China in Number of Coronavirus Cases; New Zealand Plans to Ease Lockdown; Nova Scotia Mass Shooting, 16 Dead. Aired 2-3a ET
• New York to Roll Out Statewide Antibody Testing Today; South Carolina Governor to Reopen Public Beaches, Retail Stores Today; Contamination at CDC Lab Likely Caused Delays in Early Testing; Floridians Troop to Beaches After Reopening; U.S. Death Toll Tops 40,000 as Need for Testing Grows; White House, Congress Close to a Deal for More Small Business Aid. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• Trump Encouraging State Protests?; U.S. Death Toll Surpasses 40,000; Where Are Coronavirus Tests?. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• Poll: 36 Percent Of Voters Trust What Trump Says About Crisis; Experts Using Contact Tracing To Track The Virus. Aired 12:30-1p ET
• Trump Invokes Defense Production Act to Increase Swab Production; Former CDC Director Frieden Says Testing "Absolutely the Federal Government's Responsibility"; Fight Brews as S.C. Governor Allowing Beaches & Retail Shops to Reopen; Harvard Study: U.S. Must Triple Testing to Safely Reopen; Trump Lashes Out at Others as U.S. Death Toll Passes 40,000; WAPO: Americans at WHO Gave Real-Time Info on Virus to Trump Administration; Meat Plants at Center of Iowa Spike in Cases. Aired 11-11:30a ET
• Interview with Former Baltimore City Health Commissioner Leana Wen; European Countries Prepare to Reopen Their Economies; Interview with Former Small Business Administration Administrator Karen Mills. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• Need for Testing in the U.S. Grows; Critics Hammer U.K. Prime Minister; Putin Using Pandemic To Edge Closer to Trump; Shake Shack Returns Government Loan. Aired 9:30-10a
• Fauci Says We Still Have A Way to Go with The Coronavirus Antibody Tests; CDC Director Says Asymptomatic Spreading Could Be as High As 25 Percent; Florida Beaches Crowded after Limited Reopening; Brooke Baldwin Says Coronavirus Taught Her That Connection Is Vital to Happiness. U.S. Death Toll Doubles Over A Week. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• U.S. Testing Rates Must Triple to Safely Reopen; CDC Identified Early Test Kit Problem; Interview with Former Secretary of State Madeleine Albright. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• White House & Congress Close To Deal For More Small Business Aid; NY Governor Cuomo Gives Update On Coronavirus Response. Aired 11:30a-12p ET
• New York Governor Andrew Cuomo Gives Updates On Coronavirus Response; New York Governor Andrew Cuomo: Nobody Needs To Protest To Convince Us Of Desire To Reopen; Protestors Hold Anti-Shutdown Rally In Harrisburg, Pennsylvania; President Donald Trump On CDC: We're Very Proud Of The Job They've Done; Contamination In CDC Lab Likely Caused Delays In Early Testing. Aired 12-12:30p ET
• U.S Death Toll Tops 40,000 As Need For Testing Grows; Experts, Governors Call For More Testing Before Reopening Economy; Hundreds Defy State Orders, Medical Experts To Protest Restrictions. Aired 1- 1:30p ET
• Dr. Carlos del Rio Discusses More Testing Required Before Reopening Economy; Source: Deal For More Small Business Aid Unlikely Today; Mnuchin: "My Idea" To Put Trump's Name On Stimulus Checks; Reports From Around The World On Coronavirus Response; Italy Weighs Antibody Tests In Effort To Reopen Country; U.S. Death Toll Tops 40,000 as Need for Testing Grows. Aired 1:30-2p ET
• Jacksonville Beaches Reopen Despite Rising Death Toll in Florida; Fauci Says "We Still Have a Way to Go" with Antibody Tests; McConnell Confirms No Deal on Small Business Loan Package Today; Concerns Grow over America's Vulnerable Food Supply Chain Amid Virus; Oil Prices Crash to Unbelievable Record Low. Aired 2:30-3p ET


April 19, 2020
• Trump Uses Task Force Briefing to Lash Out, Point Blame; Centers for Disease Control Lab's Likely Contamination Caused Delays in Coronavirus Testing; Japan's Sex Workers Struggle amid Pandemic; South Korea Using Digital Contact Tracing to Curb Virus Spread; African Americans Disproportionately Impacted by COVID-19; Inside an Israeli ICU; Gold Medalist Puts 2020 Olympic Dreams on Hold. Aired 1- 2a ET
• Trump Uses Task Force Briefing to Lash Out, Point Blame; New York Reports Fewer Hospitalizations, Intubations; Centers for Disease Control Lab's Likely Contamination Caused Delays in Coronavirus Testing; Turkey Shipping PPE to the U.K.; Small Businesses Struggle while Congress Wrangle over Loans; Using "Modeling" as a Health Crisis Tool; Japan's Sex Workers Struggle amid Pandemic; Art Exhibits Now Online. Aired 2-3a ET
• Trump Uses Task Force Briefing To Lash Out, Point Blame; Centers For Disease Control Lab's Likely Contamination Caused Delays In Coronavirus Testing; Turkey Shipping PPE To The U.K.; Inside An Israeli ICU; U.S. Unemployment Agencies Overwhelmed By New Claims; "The Color Of COVID"; Japan's Sex Workers Struggle Amid Pandemic; Southeastern U.S. Facing More Extreme Weather. Aired 3-4a ET
• Trump Uses Task Force Briefing To Lash Out, Point Blame; Centers For Disease Control Lab's Likely Contamination Caused Delays In Coronavirus Testing; Inside An Israeli ICU; Turkey Shipping PPE To The U.K.; Spain Extends "State Of Alarm" Until May; Hundreds Of Americans Protest Stay-At-Home Orders; "The Color Of COVID"; Viral Video Shows Immigrant Workers Key To U.K. Economy; Health Care Workers Head To NYC To Help. Aired 4-5a ET
• Hundreds Of Americans Protest Stay-At-Home Orders; Trump Uses Task Force Briefing To Lash Out, Point Blame; Global Calls To Shut Down Wild Animal Markets In China; Pope Celebrates First Mass In Rome Post-Lockdown; Turkey Shipping PPE To The U.K.; Americans Flock To Food Banks As Farmers Dump Crops; "The Color Of COVID"; Japan's Sex Workers Struggle Amid Pandemic; Sean Penn Helping To Bring Free Testing To California; Music Events Spread Hope. Aired 5-6a ET
• Governors Slam Trump On Delusional Claims On Testing; Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham (D-NM) Is Interviewed About The Coronavirus Pandemic; Antibody Testing A Key To Reopen The Country; U.S. Intelligence Looking Into Origins Of Coronavirus In China; Americans Waiting For Stimulus Check; Elie Honig Answers Legal Questions In "Cross Exam". Aired 5-6p ET
• Seeking Relief: U.S. Facing Public Health & Economic Disasters; NY Gov. Cuomo Gives Update To Coronavirus Response; Gov. Cuomo: If Data Holds NY Is Past The High Point. Aired 12-1p ET
• Gov. Cuomo: All Governors Agree On Need For Federal Help To States; Mnuchin: "Very Close To A Deal Today" On Small Business Package; WSJ: Senior Mexican Health Officer Skeptical About Outbreak; Navajo Nation Struggles To Battle Virus With Limited Resources; Trump Calls Speaker Pelosi "An Inherently 'Dumb' Person"; The Challenges Of Returning To Work; Virtual Ceremony Marks 25 Years Since The Oklahoma City Bombing. Aired 1-2p ET
• Mnuchin Says They are In Very Close To A Deal Today On Small Business Package; Governors Dispute White House Claim Of Adequate Coronavirus Testing; Interview with Sen. Tina Smith (D-MN). Aired 3-4p ET
• Governors Dispute White House Claim Of Adequate Coronavirus Testing; More than 1,300 Ohio Inmates Test Positive For Coronavirus; U.K. PM Under Fire For Handling Of Outbreak; Negotiators Working Out Details Of New $310B Small Business Deal; Demonstrators Ignore Restrictions To Protest Stay-At-Home Orders; Florida Sports Clothing Company Switches To Making Masks. Aired 2-3p ET
• Governors Dispute Trump's Claim That There's Enough Testing; Protests Against Stay-at-Home Orders Growing Nationwide; Rise In Hospital Patients Admitted For Suspected COVID-19; British Prime Minister Johnson Criticized For Slow Response To Coronavirus; Mexico's Governor Slow To Respond To Health Emergency; Celebrities Join "All In Challenge" For Coronavirus Relief, Raising Millions Of Dollars To Provide Food For Kids, Senior Citizens, Unemployed & Frontline Workers. Aired 4-5p ET


April 18, 2020
• New York Governor Andrew Cuomo Holds Press Conference on Need for Testing in New York; Vice President Mike Pence Attends Graduation Ceremony for U.S. Air Force Academy in Colorado; President Trump Criticizes Democratic Senators after Senators' Phone Call with Vice President; Food Banks Overwhelmed Due to Coronavirus Pandemic; Officials Say Centers for Disease Control Lab's Likely Contamination Caused Delays in Coronavirus Testing; President and CEO of National Urban League Marc Morial Discusses Effect of Coronavirus on Minority Communities; Medical and Financial Experts Answer Questions Related to Coronavirus Pandemic. Aired 2-3p ET
• U.S. States Grapple with Reopening; Trump Deflects Blame for Response Failures; U.K. Launches Vaccine Task Force; South Korea Investigating COVID-19 Reinfections. Aired 3-3:30a ET
• Four States in U.S. May Meet Criteria for Reopening Economies; Experts Say U.S. Still Lacks Testing Necessary for Reopening Economy; Beach in Florida Reopens to Public; Report Indicates Several Employees Who Tested Positive for COVID-19 at Tyson Factory in Georgia Now Dead; Rep. Tony Cardenas (D-CA) Interviewed on Congressional Negotiations to Continue Economic Stimulus During Coronavirus Pandemic; Studies Looking at Home Testing for COVID-19 and How Widespread Disease Is in U.S.; Many Attend Food Share Event in Ventura County, California; Mall in Nebraska to Reopen. Aired 10-11a ET
• U.S. States Grapple with Reopening; New Jersey Investigating Nursing Home Deaths; No Current Specific Treatment for COVID-19; Texas to Partially Reopen in Coming Weeks; U.S. Government Says Contact Tracing Crucial; U.K. Launches Vaccine Task Force; U.S. Surpasses 700K Cases; COVID-19 Affects People Differently; Air Pollution Decreasing during Lockdown; Married Nurses Embrace in Full Gear. Aired 4-5a ET
• U.S. Surpasses 700K Cases; U.S. States Grapple With Reopening; No Current Specific Treatment For COVID-19; U.K. Launches Vaccine Task Force; Over Half U.S. Schools Shut For A Year; Some Inmates Released To Curb Virus; Trump Administration Seeks Another $250B For Small Businesses; Some Florida Beaches Reopen; Music In The Lockdown Age. Aired 5-6a ET
• Trump Unveils New Guidelines To Help States Loosen Restrictions; Coronavirus Cases Grow Aboard USS Theodore Roosevelt; Jacksonville Beaches Reopen In Florida; Texas Set To Be First State To Reopen; Trump Lashes Out At Governors As States Coordinate Responses; Why Does COVID-19 Affect People Differently?; NY Governor Cuomo Daily Press Briefing. Aired 11a-12p ET
• NY Gov. Cuomo Holds Coronavirus Briefing; Gov. Cuomo: Testing Is Critical To Reopening Economy; Trump Unveils New Guidelines To Help States Loosen Restrictions; New Questions About When China Knew Of Coronavirus Risk To World; Another 5.2 Million Workers File For Unemployment. Aired 12-12:30p ET
• Several States Plan To Partially Reopen In The Coming Weeks; Trump Unveils New Guidelines To Help States Loosen Restrictions; Trump Properties In Florida Furlough 700-Plus Workers; U.K. Facing Shortage Of PPEs For Medical Workers; U.K. Creates Task Force To Find COVID-19 Vaccine; Impasse Over Small Business Loan Program As Funding Runs Dry. Aired 1-2p ET
• Contamination At CDC Lab Likely Cause Of Early Testing Days; Morgue Filled To Capacity In One Of New York's Hardest-Hit Counties; Trump Says, Protesters Defying Stay-At-Home Orders Seem Very Responsible; Dallas Mavericks Owner, Mark Cuban, Discusses When NBA Can Restart & Being Tapped For Trump's Panel On Reopening Economy; Former U.S. Ambassador To The U.N., Samantha Power, Discusses Her Message To Trump On Handling A Pandemic Globally. Aired 3-4p ET
• Contamination At CDC Lab Likely Cause Of Early Testing Delays; Canada: Border With U.S. Will Remain Closed For Another 30 Days; New York Governor: "Not At Plateau Anymore", But "Still Not In A Good Position; Alarming Rate Of Latinos Killed And Infected By Coronavirus; Miami Mayor Francis Suarez Discusses Concerns Of Latinos Amid Coronavirus Outbreak; Nebraska Mall Plans To Reopen Next Week Despite Rising Cases; "Time" Cover Features Dallas School Cafeteria Manager Feeding Kids Amid Crisis. Aired 4-5p ET
• Donald Trump And Coronavirus Task Force Daily Briefing; Contamination At CDC Lab Likely Cause Of Early Testing Delays; U.S. Coronavirus Death Toll Nears 38,000; WH To Give Funding To 13,000 Sites In Medically Under-Served Areas; Virus Affecting African- Americans And Latinos At Alarming Rate. Aired 6-7p ET
• U.S. States Grapple with Reopening; U.K. Launches Vaccine Task Force; COVID-19 Affects People Differently; High Cost of U.S. Health Care; Coronavirus Timeline; Journalists Work from Home. Aired 2-3a ET
• NY Gov. Cuomo Holds Coronavirus Briefing; Gov. Cuomo: Testing Is Critical To Reopening Economy; Gov. Cuomo: Testing Is Single Most Important Factor To Consider. Aired 12-1p ET
• Health Experts Say Contact Tracing Critical For Safe Reopenings & Warn Of Resurgence Without It; Scientists Investigate Why COVID-19 Affects People Differently; Coverage Of Trump & Coronavirus Task Force Press Briefing; Coronavirus In New York City; Beaches In Jacksonville; Small Business Loans Run. Aired 5-6p ET


April 17, 2020
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• Did Not Air 2-3a ET
• State Governors to Call the Shots; U.K. Ramping Up Antibody Test Kit; Britain Extended its Lockdown; Women Leaders Applauded for Aggressive Action on Health Crisis; Coronavirus Pandemic; Singapore Sees Sudden Surge In Cases; Wuhan China Revises Total Death Toll, Case Count; Singapore Reports 700 Plus Virus Cases In Single Day; China First Quarter GDP Posts First Decline In Decades; Pandemic Ends China's Era Of Uninterrupted Economic Growth; Boeing To Resume Production Next Week In Washington State; Ex-Trump Attorney, Michael Cohen, To Be Released From Prison Early; Trump Associate Roger Stone Denied Retrial; Pollution Levels In Europe Cut Significantly; Banksy Works From Home During Lockdown; AllInChallenge.com, Actors Team Up To Help Feed Needy Families; Play Ball, Taiwan Begins New Baseball Season. Aired 3-4a ET
• Trump Unveils Three-Phase Approach to Reopen Economy; U.K. Extends Lockdown Until at Least May 7; U.S. Explores if Virus Spread from Chinese Lab, Not a Market; China Q1 GDP Posts First Decline on Record; U.K. Company Hopes to Begin Mass Producing Antibody Tests; U.S. States Weigh Easing Stay-at-Home Restrictions; Telemedicine Gets Boost from COVID-19 Outbreak; Brazil's President Fires Health Minister; Women Leaders Praised for COVID-19 Response; Gold Medal Skier Opens Up About Father's Death; 99-Year-Old Vet Raises Millions for U.K. Health Workers. Aired 12-1a ET
• Trump Announces Guidelines for Reopening States; Brutal Economic Data Around the World; China Revises Wuhan Death Toll. Aired 5-5:30a ET
• Trump Tells Governors They Call the Shots on Reopening; Lack of Testing Complicates Reopening U.S. Economy; U.K. Extends Lockdown Until At least May 7; Prime Minister Boris Johnson Out of Hospital After Being Infected; Singapore Reports 728 New Virus Cases in Single Day; Wuhan Revises Its Numbers, Death Toll Jumps by 50 Percent. Aired 4-4:30a ET
• Trump Outlines New Guidelines For Reopening Country As U.S Death Toll Passes 33,000; Seven Midwest States Partner To Reopen Economy; Nearly 40 New Clinical Trials Into Treatments Registered In One Day. Aired 10-10:30a ET
• White House Unveils Three-Pronged Approach to Reopen Economy; Trump Says Some States Are Ready to Reopen for Business; U.S. State Struggle to Ramp up Testing; 22 Million Americans Filed for Unemployment in the Past Month; China's GDP Plunges after Lockdowns; U.S. Struggles to Determine Reliable Antibody Testing; Fans Pay Tribute to America's Dr. Fauci. Aired 4:30-5a ET
• White House Outlines Road Map to Reopen, No Details on Lack of Testing; Jacksonville, Florida to Reopen Beaches with Restrictions; Report: Remdesivir Drug Shows Promise as Coronavirus Treatment. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• Remdesivir Shows Promise; Testing Obstacles to Reopening States; Pence Cal on Small Business Help; Texas Mayor Talks about Reopening the State; Aired 9:30-10a
• Remdesivir Rumored to be Shortening Coronavirus Recovery Time; New China Coronavirus Case Prompts Quarantine Questions; Interview with SEIU Healthcare President as Nursing Home Workers Concerned for Safety. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• Trump vs. States?; Amazon Developing Coronavirus Test For Workers; Interview With Former U.S. Surgeon General Dr. Vivek Murthy. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• Protesters Target Michigan's Stay-At-Home Orders; Women Leaders Praised For COVID-19 Response; U.N. Says Millions Of Children Could Suffer Impact Of Coronavirus Crisis. Aired 5:30-6a ET
• Fl. Gov.: State In Economic Crisis; Facebook Warning Users About False Coronavirus Content; China Issues "Revised" Death Toll Numbers From Wuhan. Aired 12:30-1p ET
• Trump's Messaging to Governors is Inconsistent; Interview with Member of Infectious Diseases Society of America John Lynch; Interview with Wolfgang Puck. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• Amazon Is Developing Its Own Coronavirus Test for Its Workers; Desperate for Food on Modern Day Bread Lines; Coronavirus Wreaks Havoc on Food Supply Chain as Demand Spikes; Farmers and Ranchers Say There Is No Lack of Food; Navy Identifies Sailor Who Died of Coronavirus, The First Active Duty Death. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• Actor Sean Penn Discusses CORE's Effort to Offer Free Coronavirus Testing in California; 33 Coronavirus Deaths at Nursing Home Where 17 Bodies Found; Coronavirus Response Headlines from Around the World. Aired 1:30-2p ET
• Trump Unveils Guidelines to Reopen U.S. Economy; Pennsylvania Lieutenant Governor, John Fetterman, Discusses Governor Wolf Having No Plans Yet to Extend Stay-at-Home Order; Small Business Loan Program Runs Out of Money and No Deal to Fund It in Sight; Dr. Aaron Milstone Discusses South Won't Be as Hard Hit by Virus as Earlier Projections Suggested; Coronavirus and Food Security. Aired 11-11:30a ET
• New York Governor Andrew Cuomo: Passing The Buck Without Passing The Bucks; Detroit Doctor Speaks Out About Cases In Hard-Hit City; President Donald Trump Unveils Guidelines To Reopen American Economy; West Virginia Governor Jim Justice: The Goal Is To Get People Back To Work Safely; CNN Polls of Polls: 45 Percent Approve Of Trump's Job Performance. Aired 12-12:30p ET
• White House Working To Reveal More Testing Details On Reopening Plan; White House Gives Governors Three-Phase Plan To Reopen, But No Testing Plan; Actor's Organization Conducts Drive-Up Coronavirus Testing. Aired 1-1:30p ET
• Coronavirus and Food Security; NY Governor Cuomo Gives Update on Coronavirus Response. Aired 11:30a-12p ET
• TV Doctors Under Fire for Comments on Coronavirus; Small Business Loan Program Runs Out of Money & No Deal to Fund in Sight; Timeline of How U.S. & China Each Handled Virus Outbreak. Aired 2:30- 3p ET


April 16, 2020
• Did Not Air 1-2a ET
• Coronavirus Pandemic; 99-Year-Old British Vet Raises Millions For Covid Fight; Countries Seeking IMF Help; G20 Suspends Debt Service Payments For Poor Countries; Empty Disney World Waits Out Coronavirus Lockdown; Americans Without Work Rationing Their Medicines; Russia Sees Biggest Increase, Putin Announces Aid Plan; Nicaraguan President Daniel Ortega Appears In Public After Long Absence; 3D Printers Being Used To Make Medical Supplies; China May Have Conducted Low-Level Nuclear Tests in Lop Nur Nuclear Site; Iranian Vessels Harassed American Warships; Emmanuel Macron, Growing Support From Leaders For Global Truce; Teen Start-Up Lends Helping Hands. Aired 3-4a ET
• Researchers Around The World Race To Develop A Vaccine; Report Says China Suppressed Critical Information About Coronavirus Threat; U.S. Says Iranian Vessels Harassed American Warships. Aired 5:30-6a ET
• Trump Set to Unveil New Reopening Guidelines; U.S. Jobless Claims Expected to Rise Another 5.1 Million; Germany Plans to Gradually Scale Back Lockdown; U.K.: Curve Flattening, But Country Not Yet Past Peak; Researchers Around the World Race to Develop A Vaccine. Aired 5-5:30a ET
• Trump To Unveil New Federal Guidelines Today To Reopen Country; Local, State Officials Warn It's Too Dangerous To Reopen Too Soon; Dr. Fauci Says, Vaccine Could Be Ready Sooner Than 12-18 Months. Aired 10- 10:30a ET
• White House to Announce Reopening Guidelines; Business Executives Say More Testing Needed Before Reopening; Thousands Protest Michigan's Stay-Home Order; Experts Say We Don't Have All the Answers on Antibodies; U.K. Curve Flatten, but Country Not him Yet Past Peak; France Reports First Decline in COVID-19 Hospitalizations; Germany to Start Easing Some Restrictions Next Week; Louisiana death toll tops 1,100. Aired 4-4:30a ET
• Los Angeles Can Expect to See Sporting Events Without Audiences; U.S. Coronavirus Deaths Are Pacing Slightly Ahead of Projections This Week; Germany Gradually Scaling Back Its Lockdown; Japan's State of Emergency Extended; Unemployment Claims Surge Due to Coronavirus; Americans Without Work Rationing Their Medicines; U.S. President: New Social Distancing Guidelines Coming; Challenges of Tracking Probably COVID-19 Deaths; Louisiana Death Toll Tops 1,100; Nairobi Slums Brace for COVID-19; Pandemic Devastates Bangladesh's Garment Industry; 3-D Printers Being Used to Make Medical Supplies. Aired 12-1a ET
• Trump Set to Unveil New U.S. Reopening Guidelines; Americans Rationing Meds Until They Get Stimulus Money; Wednesday was Worse Day for U.S. Markets Since April 1; Report Says China Suppressed Critical Info About Threat; U.S. Says Iranian Vessels Harassed American Warships; Teen Start-Up Helps Deliver Groceries to the Vulnerable; Sports-Crazed World Settles for Lame Alternatives. Aired 4:30-5a ET
• Trump Poised to Unveil New Federal Coronavirus Guidelines; US Coronavirus Deaths Are Pacing Slightly Ahead of Projections This Week; Japan's State of Emergency Extended; U.K. Likely to Maintain Social Distancing Until Coronavirus Vaccine Available; Tracking COVID-19 Cases; Unemployment Claims Surge Due to Coronavirus. Aired 2-3a ET
• Trump to Unveil New Federal Guidelines Today to Reopen Country; Governors Warn Many Test Kits Lack Supplies to Process Tests; Anthony Fauci: Vaccine Could Be Ready Sooner Than 12-18 Months. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• Protests over Michigan's Stay-At-Home Order; Tip Leads Police to New Jersey Nursing Home; Small Business Loan Program Exhausts Funds; Small Businesses Struggle to Stay Open; Origins of Coronavirus. Aired 9:30-10a ET
• Coronavirus Origins; Interview With Boston Mayor Marty Walsh; U.S. Coronavirus Death Toll Reaches 31,000. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• $349 Billion Emergency Small Business Lending Program Officially Tapped Out; U.K. Announces Extension To Lockdown Orders; Coronavirus Changes The Path To Higher Education. Aired 12:30-1p ET
• Scientists, Governors, Industry Leaders Say Not Enough Testing for Return to Work; 5.2 Million New Unemployment Claims Filed Last Week; Trump Gets Pushback over Reopening Country; Thousands Protest Michigan Governor's Stay-at-Home Order. Aired 11-11:30a ET
• Possible Vaccine Side Effects and Failures; Economic Recovery May Be Slow; Louisiana's St. John Parish Has Highest Coronavirus Death Rate. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• U.S. Explores Possibility Virus Spread from a Chinese Lab; Defense Secretary Says All Options Are on the Table about Reinstating Fired Carrier Captain; Michigan Governor Responds to Protests Over Her Stay at Home Order; Women leaders praised for effective coronavirus response. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• Trump Pushing to Reopen Country by May 1 Despite Warnings from Business Leaders, Health Officials, Governors; Alexander Colvin, Cornell University School of ILR Dean, Discusses Need for Testing Before Reopening Country; NY Governor Cuomo Gives Update on Coronavirus Response. Aired 11:30a-12p ET
• Governors Across the Country Continue Shutdown; Interview with Former U.S. Ambassador to China Gary Locke; Small Business Stimulus is Gone. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• New York Governor Andrew Cuomo: No Political Decision, No Emotional Decisions On Reopen; New York Governor Andrew Cuomo: 606 People Died In Last 24 Hours; New York Governor Andrew Cuomo: Stay-At- Home Order To Be Extended To May 15th; New York, Los Angeles & District of Colombia Extend Stay-At-Home Order To At Least May 15th; President Donald Trump Adviser: Starting Tomorrow We Need To Let Business Open; $349 Billion Emergency Small Business Lending Program Officially Out Of Money. Aired 12-12:30p ET
• Trump To Unveil Reopening Guidelines Amid Health, Biz Warnings; South Korea Says, 141 Recovered Patients Test Positive Again; Anti- Anxiety Medication Prescriptions Up 34 Percent Amid Coronavirus. Aired 1-1:30p ET
• Coronavirus Headlines Around the Country; Grocery Sales Surge as Workers Take Risks on Front Lines; Navy May Reinstate Captain to Command of "USS Roosevelt"; Ivanka Trump & Jared Kushner Ignore Guidelines and Travel for Passover. Aired 1:30-2p ET
• Mitch Albrom Discusses the "Detroit Beats COVID-19" Project & Future of Sports; Trump Pushes Back on Senators Asking for More Testing; David Coleman, CEO of The College Board, Discusses Upcoming SAT & ACT Tests; Rev. Traci Blackmon Discusses Alarming Number of Deaths in Black Communities from Virus; U.K. Extends Lockdown for "At Least" Another 3 Weeks. Aired 2:30-3p ET


April 15, 2020
• Did Not Air 1-2a ET
• President Trump to Halt WHO Funding; IMF Warns Recession in Horizon; Europe Starts to Reopen Economy; Small Business Owner Needs Stimulus Funding; Clashes Over Stimulus Funding Intensifying In Washington; Where Is Nicaragua's President; Coronavirus Pandemic, 2,400 Deaths Reported Tuesday; South Korea Enters Final Hours Of Parliamentary Election; Spike In Cases Overwhelming Japan's Health Care System; Spike In Japan Cases Linked To Postponed Olympics; Masked Heroes, Medical Staff Layer Protective Gear With Photos. Aired 3-4a ET
• Barack Obama Endorses Former V.P. Joe Biden For President; China Says U.S. Move To Cut Funding Will Weaken World Health Organization; Spike In Cases Overwhelming Japan's Health Care System. Aired 5:30-6a ET
• Johns Hopkins: 609,000+ Cases, 26,000+ Deaths in the U.S.; Trump Deflects and Defunds WHO; Europe's Coronavirus Exit Plan. Aired 5-5:30a ET
• Trump Halts W.H.O. Funding Over Handling of Outbreak; Interview with Lawrence Gostin, Director, W.H.O. Collaborating Center on Public Health and Human Rights, Trump Halting of Funding; Trump Retreats From Claims of Absolute Authority; Governors Respond to Reopening Economy; Some European Countries Ease Lockdown Measures; France Surpasses 15,000 Deaths, Extends Lockdown; Germany Reports Highest Number of Deaths in Single Day; Italy Cautiously Eases Some Lockdown Measures. Aired 4-4:30a ET
• President Trump to Halt WHO Funding; California Governor Outlines Economy Reopening Plan; Coronavirus Pandemic, 2,400 Deaths Reported Tuesday; IMF Warns Recession on Horizon; IMF: Economy Facing Deepest Downturn Since Depression; South Korea Enters Final Hours of Parliamentary Election; Analyst: Spike in Japan Cases Linked to Postponed Olympics; Growing Concerns as Restrictions Ease in Spain; U.S. President's Pandemic Response Under Fire. Aired 12-1a ET
• Trump Administration's Response to Pandemic Under Fire; Barack Obama Endorses Joe Biden for U.S. President; IRS Stated Sending Out Stimulus Payments This Week; U.S. Churches Grapple with Health Guidelines on Gatherings; Sesame Street Special Teaches Children About Pandemic. Aired 4:30-5a ET
• Majors Changes Likely To American Daily Life Until Vaccine; Fauci On Antibody Protection, We Don't Have All The Answers; Worries Pandemic Could Hurt Education Of Millions Of Children. Aired 10-10:30a ET
• Trump Freezes World Health Org. Funding; France Surpasses 15,000 Deaths, Lockdown Extended; South Korea Enters Final Hours OF Parliamentary Election; President Trump to Halt WHO Funding; Italy Relaxes Coronavirus Lockdown; IMF Warns Recession on Horizon; Obama Endorses Biden. Aired 2-3a ET
• COVID-19 Deaths in New York City Jump to More Than 10,000 After Officials Start Including "Probable" Deaths; Morgues Filled to Capacity in One of New York's Hardest-Hit Counties; President Trump Halts U.S. Funding of World Health Organization; California Governor Outlines What It Will Take to Reopen States; CDC Director Warns of Second Wave of Coronavirus in the Fall; Scientists Brief White House on Issues with Antibody Tests. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• New York Governor Sounds Alarm On Lack Of Testing, Big Focus Needed Now; Study Shows People May Be Most Infectious Before Showing Symptoms. Aired 1-1:30p ET
• Study on Resurgence Contagion; Mayo Clinic Dealing with Financial Crisis; Pork and Beef Producers Ask for Help. Aired 9:30-10a ET
• Interview With San Francisco, California, Mayor London Breed; Stimulus Checks Delayed to Add Trump's Signature?; Business Leaders Warn Trump About Reopening Country Without Testing. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• Interview with United Food and Commercial Workers International Union President Marc Perrone; Coronavirus Situation Worsens in Japan; Interview with Taraji P. Henson. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• Trump Signature Being Added To Stimulus Checks; Small Biz Emergency Loan Program Almost Out Of Money; NY Governor Gives Update On Coronavirus Response. Aired 12:30-1p ET
• Interview with Mayor London Breed (D) San Francisco, Homeless People and the Coronavirus; San Francisco Extends Lockdown Until At Least May First; Coronavirus Testing in Commercial Labs Is Down 14 percent in One Week; CDC Says 9200 Health Care Workers Among Virus Cases; Former Education Secretary Discusses How to Safely Reopen Schools; Feeding Poor Students Is the Primary Objective Right Now. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• Persistent Testing Issues Complicate Reopening U.S.; Dr. Rochelle Walensky Discusses Massachusetts' High Number of COVID-19 Cases; CA Governor Newsom: Science Will Guide Decision to Reopen Economy; Trump Halts Funding for World Health Organization; Trump Changes Tune on Testing. Aired 11-11:30a ET
• President Trump Pushes to Reopen as Regions Plan for Closures; Interview with Public Health Researchers Christine Tedijanto and Anne Rimoin; Interview with Stanford Economics Professor Matthew Gentzkow. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• NJ Attorney General, Gurbir Grewal, Discusses People Violating Stay-At-Home Orders; March Retail Numbers Paint Grim Picture Of Economy; Small Business Emergency Loan Program Almost Out Of Money; Mixed Signals On World Stage As Coronavirus Cases Hit Two Million. Aired 11:30a-12p ET
• World Health Organization: "Getting On With The Job" After President Donald Trump Cuts Funding; Governor Gavin Newsom Warns Social Distancing Will Continue; Food Supply Concerns Grow After Outbreak At Major Meat Plant; South Dakota To Conduct First Statewide Hydroxychloroquine Trial; President Donald Trump Praised China's Coronavirus Response Before Blaming Them For Global Pandemic; Dr. Anthony Fauci: No "One Size Fits All" Method For Reopening States. Aired 12-12:30p ET
• Study: People Appear More Infectious Before Showing Symptoms; Dr. Dan Barouch, Vaccine Developer, Discusses Vaccine Timeline, Progress, Obstacles; California Reveals Grim Blueprint For Life After Reopening; CDC: 9,200-Plus Health Care Workers Have Been Infected; Interview With Kathryn Barger, Los Angeles County Board Of Supervisors Chair; Dr. Patrice Harris, American Medical Association President, Discusses The CDC Director Praising WHO After Trump Halted Funding. Aired 1:30-2p ET
• Update On Coronavirus Update Around The World; Interview With Former HHS Secretary, Kathleen Sebelius; Pregnant Woman Diagnosed With Coronavirus Put In Coma For Birth Of Baby. Aired 2:30-3p ET


April 14, 2020
• Did Not Air 1-2a ET
• President Trump Says He's Got Total Power; New COVID-19 Projections Shows Zero Deaths for U.S. By June; Italy Gradually Allows Workers Back to Work; North Korea Seeks World Attention Amid a Pandemic; Sweden's Experiment Fears to Have Consequences; Coronavirus Pandemic, Coronavirus Cases In The United States With Most Cases; Johns Hopkins, 582,500 Plus Cases, 23 600 Plus Deaths In U.S.; U.S. States Form Pacts To Coordinate How To Reopen; Criticism Of The World Health Organization's Response; U.S. Supreme Court To Her Cases Over The Phone; African Students Allege Mistreatment By Chinese Government; France Extends Emergency Measures Until May 11; India's Nationwide Lockdown Extended; Ghost Volunteer Try To Scare Indonesians Into Staying Home; Forest Fires Burn Close To Chernobyl Power Plant; Statue Honors Medical Workers; Michelin-Starred Chef Feeds Homeless In Denmark; Dutch Growers Destroy Millions Of Tulips. Aired 3-4a ET
• President Trump To Announce Council Aimed At Reopening Economy; U.K. ICU Doctor Writes A Letter To President Trump; South Korea To Hold Parliamentary Election Wednesday. Aired 5:30-6a ET
• Johns Hopkins: Nearly 582,600 U.S. Cases, 23,600+ Deaths; Trump Says He Has Ultimate Authority to Reopen Country; U.S. West Coast Governors Coordinate Reopenings; France Extends Emergency Measures Until May 11; U.K. Government: Increase in COVID-19 Deaths Expected This Week; Italy Allows Some Businesses to Reopen As It Extends Lockdown. Aired 5-5:30a ET
• Trump Angrily Defends His Response to the Outbreak; Governors Slam Trump for Claiming Total Authority; Around 300,000 Workers in Spain Return to Jobs; No End to Lockdown in Sight for the U.K.; One Third of NHS, Other Key Workers Tested in U.K. have Coronavirus; France Extends Emergency Measures Until May 11. Aired 4-4:30a ET
• Governors Coordinate To Reopen Economy As U.S Cases Near 600,000; Trump Says, U.S Bought Millions Of Doses Of Hydroxychloroquine; President Obama To Endorse Biden For President Today. Aired 10-10:30a ET
• Governors to Work Together on Reopening U.S.; Outbreaks Shut Down Several Meat Plants Across U.S.; Bernie Sanders Endorses Joe Biden for President; Dozens Killed After System Rips Through Southern U.S. States; New Trump Panel to Focus on U.S. Economy; Dairy Farmers Dumping Milk as Demand Dries Up; Music Unifies Locked Down Communities. Aired 4:30-5a ET
• Johns Hopkins: Over 582,500 Cases, 23,600 Deaths in U.S.; U.S. States Form Pacts to Coordinate How to Reopen; President Trump Says He's Got Total Power; Potential for Second Coronavirus Surge; Italy Gradually Allows Workers Back to Work; Indian P.M. Modi Addresses the Nation; South Korea Holds Early Voting for Parliamentary Election; Criticism of the World Health Organization's Response; China Accused of Discrimination Against African Nationals; Chef Feeds Homeless in Denmark. Aired 12-1a ET
• Over 582,500 Cases, 23,600 Deaths in U.S.; U.S. States Form Pacts to Coordinate How to Reopen; President Trump Says He's Got Total Power; Potential for Second Coronavirus Surge; Spain Gradually Allows Workers Back to Work; South Korea Holds Early Voting; U.K. Still Not Past the Peak; Trump Claims Total Authority To Reopen Parts Of U.S.; WHO Warns Not To Ease Up On Restrictions; SoftBank Warns Of $12.5 Billion Fiscal Year Loss. Aired 2-3a ET
• Miami Mayor talks about Social Distancing in Florida; Trump Rages at Criticism of his Coronavirus Response; South Dakota Launches Coronavirus Drug Trial; Farmers See Drop in Produce Demand. Aired 9:30-10a ET
• Latino Community and Coronavirus; Interview With Tampa, Florida, Mayor Jane Castor; Trump vs. Governors. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• Governors Say They'll Decide When Their States Open up; FDA Approves Use of New Saliva Test for Coronavirus; Dr. Amesh Adalja Discusses What Numbers Say about What's Working to Flatten Curse; Trump Falsely Claims "Total" Authority over States. Aired 11-11:30a ET
• Arkansas Gov. Forms Advisory Board To Help Determine When To Lift Restrictions; Photo Shows Bodies On Detroit Hospital's Freezer Floor; Obama Endorses Joe Biden In 2020 Presidential Race. Aired 12:30-1p ET
• Michigan Governor Extends Stay-at-Home Order Until April 30th; Governors of Michigan, Minnesota and Wisconsin Talk About Working Together to Reopen Their States; Death Toll Passes 10,000 in New York State. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• Barack Obama to Endorse Joe Biden Today; Interview with L.A. County Department of Public Health Director Barbara Ferrer; Coronavirus Progression Continues Around the World. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• Virus Hitting Latino Groups At Alarming Rate Across US; Florida Farmers Forced to Destroy Millions of Crops After Schools and Restaurants Close; California Governor Outlines New Guidelines for Stay at Home Orders; States Team Up to Plan Reopening; How School Closures Will Impact Millions of Students; Virginia Pastor Who Dismissed Social Distancing Dies of Coronavirus. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• Governors Form Groups to Coordinate Reopening; Harvard Study Predicts Full Reopening of Country May Wait Until 2022; Interview with Rapid City, South Dakota Mayor Steve Alender. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• Biden Touts "Unity" after Endorsement from Bernie Sanders; Obama to Endorse Biden for President Today via Video Message; NY Governor Cuomo Gives Update on Coronavirus Response. Aired 11:30a-12p ET
• New York Governor Andrew Cuomo Contradicts President Donald Trump: There Are Still Laws And Facts; New York Governor Andrew Cuomo: 778 People Died In Last 24 Hours; Andrew Cuomo: States In Bidding Over Tests, With PPE; Andrew Cuomo: We Think We Are At The Apex, Hospitalizations Down A Tad; Andrew Cuomo: President Donald Trump Clearly Spoiling For A Fight Over Authority. Aired 12-12:30p ET
• Dr. Anthony Fauci: May 1 A Bit Overly Optimistic; Grief Swells In America As Death Toll Nears 24,000; Battle Escalates Between Trump, Governors Over Power To Reopen U.S. Aired 1-1:30p ET
• Coronavirus Headlines Around The U.S.; Dr. Rachel Levine, PA Physician General, Discusses Disagreement With Opening Economy Too Soon Which Can Cost Lives; Dr. Rob Davidson Discusses When Rural U.S. Gets Hit With Virus, Smaller Hospitals May Not Be Ready. Aired 1:30-2p ET
• Some Italians Testing Positive After Symptoms Are Long Gone; WAPO: U.S. Cables Show Officials Warned About Wuhan Lab Years Ago; Obama Endorses Biden, Touts Him As Leader Needed In Crisis; Sen. Amy Klobuchar (D-MN) Discusses Obama's Endorsement Of Biden & Trump Handling Of Coronavirus Response. Aired 2:30-3p ET


April 13, 2020
• Did Not Air 1-2a ET
• Trump Debating When to Reopen U.S.; Storms Rip Through Southeastern U.S.; U.K. Prime Minister Thanks Health Service for Saving His Life; OPEC to Slash Production by 9.7 Million Barrels a Day; A Day Inside a New York Hospital; French President Due to Address Nation Monday Night; U.K. Reports Surge in Domestic Abuse Calls During Lockdown. Aired 12-1a ET
• Tornadoes Ripped Through Southern U.S.; Prime Minister Boris Johnson Grateful for His Second Life; U.S. Tops COVID-19 Cases in the World; Spain Gradually Lifting Restrictions; President Macron to Address the Nation in Few Hours; Violent Storms Push Through Southern United States; CNN Shows You One Day Inside a New York Hospital; Worldwide Coronavirus Case Count Now Approaching Two Million; Experts are Skeptical on Oil Strategy; Andrea Bocelli Performs Concert in Empty Duomo Cathedral; Pope Francis Streams Easter Mass and Calls for Global Ceasefire; "SNL" Returns with Cast Members Doing Sketches from Home. Aired 3-4a ET
• Dozens Of Tornadoes Hit U.S. Southeast, Killing 13; U.S. Market Futures Slide After OPEC Deal Reached; Educators And Schools Struggle To Teach Amid Coronavirus Outbreak. Aired 5:30-6a ET
• Deadly Tornadoes Tear Through Southeastern U.S.; President Trump Debates When to Reopen Economy; U.K. Prime Minister Boris Johnson Thanks Health Service for Saving His Life. Aired 5-5:30a ET
• Deadly Tornadoes Terror through Southeastern U.S.; Trump Tells Governors to Gear up and Improve Testing; U.K. Prime Minister Thanks Health Service for Saving His Life; Spain Begins to Live Some Restrictions on Monday; Indian Police Use Drones to Help Enforce Lockdown; Singapore Cases Spiked, Fears of Second Wave; The Road Ahead for Covid-19 Survivors. Aired 4-4:30a ET
• Violent Storms Push Through Southern U.S.; China Adds Restriction To Virus Research And Publication; Singapore Cases Spike, Fears Of Second Wave; Dozens of Tornadoes Pummel South-eastern U.S.; Trump to Reopen U.S Economy; Boris Johnson Out of the Hospital; Spain Lifts Some Restrictions; President Macron to Address France on the Pandemic. Aired 2-3a ET
• Deadly Tornadoes Rip Through Southeastern U.S.; President Trump Retweets Call to Fire Dr. Fauci After He Concedes on CNN that Quicker Response "Could Have Saved Lives"; Texas Governor to Issue Executive Order on Reopening Businesses; Trump Wants to Reopen Economy, But Governors Will Decide; Trump Retweets Call to Fire Dr. Anthony Fauci; Brazilian Researchers End Study of Chloroquine on COVID-19 Patients; Henry Ford Health Begins Study of Effectiveness of Hydroxychloroquine as COVID-19 Treatment. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• More Than Half A Million Cases In U.S., 22,000+ Deaths; Chicago Health Department Reports, 72 Percent Of Deaths In City Are African- Americans; New York E.R. Doctor Shares A Day In Her Life Fighting Outbreak. Aired 10-10:30a ET
• Top Oil Producing Nations Reach Deal to Slash Production; U.S. Market Futures Slide after OPEC+ Deal Reached; One Day inside a New York Hospital; Can an Antibody Test Help Reopen Economies; Librarians Use 3D Printing to Help Health Care Workers. Aired 4:30-5a ET
• Houston Mayor is Interviewed about Containment of the Virus; President of MTA Talks about Transportation in New York; Boris Johnson out of Hospital; Spain Lifts Some Restrictions; China Restricts Research. Aired 9:30-10a
• Interview With Former U.S. Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack; Food Supply Concerns?; Sailor From USS Roosevelt Dies of Coronavirus; Does Trump Actually Have Any Power Over When States Reopen For Business?. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• New York Hospitals Currently Remain Above Capacity; U.S. Meat Industry Warns of Shortages; Cancellations of Elective Surgeries Threaten Patients' Health and Hospital Solvency. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• Concerns Grow Over Food Supply Chain Shortages Amid Outbreak; Trump Threatens to Defund the World Health Organization; Domestic Abuse Rises Nationwide During Pandemic. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• Brazilian Researchers Warn Against High Dosages Of Chloroquine To Treat Coronavirus Patients; At Least 18 Dead After Tornadoes Rip Through Southeast U.S.; Urgent Push To Address Racial Disparity In Covid-19 Cases. Aired 12:30-1p ET
• Talk of Reopening the Country as New Coronavirus Numbers Stabilize; Live Coverage of Andrew Cuomo Press Conference; Regional Governors Join Cuomo in Calling for Coordination in Reopening Safely. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• Trump Retweets Call To Fire Dr. Fauci After He Conceded On CNN That Quicker Response Could Have Saved More Lives; Sailor From USS Theodore Roosevelt Dies Of Coronavirus; CDC Director: U.S. Is Nearing The Peak Right Now. Aired 11a-12p ET
• New York Governor Andrew Cuomo: 10,056 People In New York State Have Died Of Coronavirus; Source: President Donald Trump Has Been Fretting About Dr. Anthony Fauci For A While; New York Governor Andrew Cuomo: Governors Will Discuss "Geographically Coordinated" Reopening Plan. Aired 12-12:30p ET
• Surgeon General Says, U.S Hot Spots Appear To Be Leveling Off; Study Warns Against High Doses Of Drug Trump Called Game-Changer; Trump Retweets Call To Fire Dr. Fauci After He Concedes On CNN That Quicker Response Could Have Saved Lives. Aired 1-1:30p ET
• Northeast Governors Discuss Plan To Reopen Amid Coronavirus; White House Denies Trump Considering Firing Dr. Fauci After Trump Retweets "Fire Fauci" Message; Trump Claims Its His Decision To Reopen, Not The Governors; Sanders Endorses Biden After Dropping Out Of 2020 Race. Aired 2:30-3p ET
• U.S. Pork Producer Closes, Warns U.S. Running Out Of Meat; LA Area Blood Centers Begin Collecting Antibodies From Survivors; U.K. PM Johnson Thanks Medical Staff: "I Owe Them My Life"; Questions Swirl About Lack Of Transparency Over UK'S PM; White House: Trump Is Not Firing Dr. Fauci; Soon: NY Governor Announces Preliminary Reopening Plan; George Stephanopoulos Tests Positive For Virus; Ten Percent Of Oakland Streets Closed To Allow For Social Distancing; Second Cluster "Outbreak" At Florida Elderly Care Facility; Sailor Aboard USS Theodore Roosevelt Dies, Nearly 600 Infected; Cuomo: Governors Will Discuss "Geographically Coordinated" Reopening. Aired 1:30-2p ET
• Trump Retweets Call To Fire Dr. Fauci After He Conceded On CNN That Quicker Response Could Have Saved More Lives; Sailor From USS Theodore Roosevelt Dies Of Coronavirus; CDC Director: U.S. Is Nearing The Peak Right Now. Aired 11-11:30a ET
• Interview with Governor Chris Sununu (R-NH); Governor Cuomo Updates About NY.. Aired 11:30-12p ET


April 12, 2020
• U.S. Now Leads in COVID-19 Deaths; There's No Church but Christians Are Still Celebrating Easter; Turkey Imposes 48-Hour Lockdown in Major Cities; Moscow Introduces Pass System to Stop Coronavirus; "The New York Times": Trump Saw What Was Coming; Medical Workers Face Coronavirus Mental Health Crisis; IRS Deposits First Wave of Stimulus Checks; Food Banks Face Unprecedented Need; Coronavirus Crisis Catastrophic for Undocumented Immigrants; Trump Wants to Reopen Economy, Voters Disagree; Japan to Declare State of Emergency. Aired 12-1a ET
• "The New York Times": Trump Saw What Was Coming; Epidemic Exposes Holes in U.S. Health Care; British Prime Minister on the Mend; U.S. Now Leads in COVID-19 Deaths; Iran Eases COVID-19 Restrictions; Presidents in Brazil, Nicaragua and Belarus Ignore Health Warnings; African Nations Face Dire Consequences of Disease; Cell Phone Technology Tracks Lockdown Violators. Aired 2-3a ET
• U.S. Now Leads In COVID-19 Deaths; "The New York Times": Trump Saw What Was Coming; Curve Of New Cases Continuing To Flatten In New York; British Prime Minister On The Mend; Spain Eases Lockdown; Hospitals To Launch Trial Of Japanese Drug To Fight COVID-19; Presidents In Brazil, Nicaragua And Belarus Ignore Health Warnings; Police Give Birthday Boy A Surprise Parade; IRS Deposits First Wave Of Stimulus Checks. Aired 4-5a ET
• "The New York Times": Trump Saw What Was Coming; Curve Of New Cases Continuing To Flatten In New York; U.S. Now Leads In COVID-19 Deaths; There's No Church But Christians Are Still Celebrating Easter; British Prime Minister On The Mend; Iran Eases COVID-19 Restrictions; Hospitals To Launch Trial Of Japanese Drug To Fight COVID-19; U.S. Government Blocked Private Lab Testing; As Zoom's Popularity Grows, So Do Security Concerns. Aired 5-6a ET
• "The New York Times": Trump Saw What Was Coming; Public Health Versus Economy; Japan To Declare State Of Emergency; U.S. Government Blocked Private Lab Testing; Woman Misses Husband's Funeral While In Coronavirus Quarantine; British Prime Minister On The Mend; Moscow Introduces Pass System To Stop Coronavirus; Greece's Early Efforts To Combat COVID-19 Pay Off; There's No Church But Christians Are Still Celebrating Easter; Essential Workers Face Special Challenges. Aired 3-4a ET
• Fauci Admits COVID-19 Mitigation Could Have Started Earlier; Kansas Church Opens On Easter Despite State Ban On Mass Gatherings; U.K. PM Boris Johnson Released From Hospital; Spain Set To Begin Easing Coronavirus Restrictions; Louisiana Has More Than 20,000 Cases, 800-Plus Deaths. Aired 2-3p ET
• The Coronavirus Pandemic In The U.S. On An Easter Sunday; British Prime Minister Thanks Hospital For Saving His Life; Devastating Week For New Yorkers As The Death Toll From The Coronavirus Rises. Aired 3-4p ET
• Dr. Anthony Fauci Expresses Cautious Optimism Regarding COVID- 19 Outbreak; USS Theodore Roosevelt Has 585 Sailors Who Tested Positive For COVID-19; Hospitalizations Down In New York But Death Rate Still High; Kansas Church Open on Easter Despite State Ban on Mass Gatherings; U.K. Prime Minister Boris Johnson Released from Hospital; D.C. Mayor Urges More Data Collection In Communities Of Color; Surgeon General Calls High Infection Rate Among Blacks "Alarming"; CNN Heroes Persevere In The Face Of Coronavirus Pandemic. Aired 4-5p ET
• Trump Says Decision Coming "Fairly Soon" on Reopening U.S. Economy; Hospitalizations Down in New York But Death Rate Still High; UK PM Boris Johnson Released from Hospital. Aired 1-2p ET


April 11, 2020
• Coronavirus Latest; New York Death Toll Surpasses 7,800; U.S. Health Officials Shift Focus to Antibody Testing; Trump to Reconsider WHO Funding; Brothers Return to U.S. from Russia to Visit Dying Father. Aired 12-12:30a ET
• Coronavirus Peak Still to Come; British Prime Minister Taking Short Walks; France COVID-19 Death Toll Tops 13K; Virus Dangers to Fragile Countries; U.S. Health Officials Shift Focus to Antibody Testing; Himalayas Once Again Visible in Northern India. Aired 2-3a ET
• Coronavirus Latest; New York Death Toll Surpasses 7,800; COVID- 19 Hitting Poor Populations Hardest; British Prime Minister Taking Short Walks; Spain to Introduce Universal Basic Income; Easter Celebrations amid Social Distancing. Aired 3-3:30a ET
• Experts Indicate Coronavirus Pandemic Possibly Leveling Off in U.S.; President Trump Comments on His Future Decision to Reopen U.S. Economy; New York Continues to Have Largest Number of Coronavirus Cases in U.S.; Rep. Kim Schrier (D-WA) Interviewed on Washington States Response to Coronavirus Pandemic; Interview with Nurse Practitioner Recovering from COVID-19; New York City Schools Will Be Closed for Remainder of School Year; Kansas Supreme Court Hearing Case on Governor's Order to Restrict Religious Gatherings; Science Writer Examines Possibility of Multiple Peaks of Coronavirus Pandemic in U.S.; U.K. Prime Minister Boris Johnson's Half-Brother Criticizes Treatment Prime Minister Received for Coronavirus Infection; U.S. Developing Antibody Testing for Coronavirus. Aired 10-11a ET.
• U.S. Deaths Top 18K after Largest Single-Day Increase; Trump versus Experts on Reopening Economy; British Prime Minister Taking Short Walks; U.S. Health Officials Shift Focus to Antibody Testing; COVID-19 Hitting Poor Populations Hardest; California Hospitals Brace for Peak; Easter Celebrations amid Social Distancing; Himalayas Once Again Visible in Northern India. Aired 4-5a ET
• U.S. Deaths Top 18K after Largest Single-Day Increase; New York Death Toll Surpasses 7,800; Italy Close to Antibody Test; France COVID-19 Death Toll Tops 13K; Spain to Introduce Universal Basic Income; Easter Celebrations amid Social Distancing; Trump to Reconsider WHO Funding; Himalayas Once Again Visible in Northern India; Brewery Making Hand Sanitizer. Aired 5-6a ET
• NYC Mayor: Schools To Remain Closed Until End Of School Year; Widow Misses Husband's Funeral After Contracting Coronavirus; New Model Suggests Decline In Deaths Will Be "Very Slow"; World Health Organization Scrutinized Over Early Missteps; Crew Struggling After USS Theodore Roosevelt Captain's Firing Over Coronavirus Memo; NY Governor Cuomo Holds Coronavirus Briefing. Aired 11a-12p ET
• New York Governor Andrew Cuomo States Number Of Deaths In New York Possibly Stabilizing; New York Governor And New York City Mayor Have Conflicting Messages On Schools Closing For Remainder Of School Year; Coronavirus Pandemic Disproportionately Affecting African- American Communities; Coronavirus Pandemic's Impact On Immigrant Communities Examined; Rep. Hakeem Jeffries, (D-NY) Is Interviewed About Continuing Government Economic Aid During Coronavirus Pandemic And IRS Issuing Of Checks To Americans; Experts Answer Questions About Health, Psychological Well-Being, And Finances During Coronavirus Pandemic. Aired 2-3p ET
• NY Gov. Cuomo Holds Coronavirus Briefing; Cuomo: New York Hospitalization Rate Is Down, 783 Coronavirus Deaths Yesterday; U.S. Reporting Most Deaths Of Any Country Globally; Doctors & Nurses Traveling To Hot Spots To Help Fight Virus; U.K. Prime Minister Boris Johnson's Half-brother: PM's Treatment Before Hospital A "Shambles"; Tech Companies Using Cell Phone Data To Track Coronavirus. Aired 12-1p ET
• U.S. Cases Swell To More Than 503,000, Over 18,000 Deaths; Over 300 Patients Currently Being Treated At Javits Center; Expanded Orders Ban Travel Between Two Residences In Michigan; U.S. Health Officials Shifting Focus To Antibody Testing; Morehouse School Of Medicine President, Dr. Valerie Montgomery Rice, Discusses African-Americans Disproportionately Affected By COVID-10 & Urging Social Distancing; Debunking Vote-By-Mail Fraud Claims. Aired 1-2p ET
• Every U.S State Under Disaster Declaration Simultaneously; Dr. Fauci Says, Antibody Tests Will Be Available Very Soon; MLB Discussing Plan To Start Season Next Month Amid Outbreak; ESPN Host, Stephen A. Smith, Discusses Trump Wanting To Reopen Sports As Teams & Local Officials Urge Caution; Moscow Goes High Tech To Track Residents Violating City's Lockdown; Dr. Elizabeth Clayborne Discusses Fighting On Front Lines Of Pandemic While Pregnant; "CNN Heroes" Help Amid COVID-19 Pandemic. Aired 3-4p ET
• NYC Mayor Says Schools To Remain Closed, But Governor Pushes Back; Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand (D-NY) Is Interviewed About The Coronavirus Pandemic; COVID-19 Disproportionately Affecting African- Americans; Prisons & Jails Turning Into Hotbeds For Outbreak; CDC Eases Return-To-Work Guidelines For Essential Workers; Pediatrician, Dr. Glenn Budnick, Answers Viewers' Questions On Coronavirus And Children. Aired 4-5p ET
• Every State Under Disaster Declaration; Michigan Bans Travel; Interview With Gov. Mike DeWine (R-OH); Federal Government Blocked Private Labs From Developing Coronavirus Tests In Late January; Dr. Patrice Harris, American Medical Association President, Discusses Government Blocking Of Private Labs To Develop Tests, Antibody Tests To Be Available Soon, Use Of Unproven Drugs; Italy's Coronavirus Death Toll Nears 20,000; Families Celebrate Easter & Passover By Staying Apart. Aired 5-6p ET
• U.S. Coronavirus Death Toll Surpasses 20,000; Michigan Travel Ban Between Two Residences; Cases Projected To Rebound If Social Distancing Ends May 1st. Aired 6-7p ET


April 10, 2020
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• According to John Hopkins University, There Are Now More Than 1.6 Million Confirmed Cases of the Coronavirus Worldwide; Prime Minister Boris Johnson Was Moved Out of the ICU But Still Being Monitored for COVID-19; Some European Countries Prepare to Ease Lockdown; Spain Extends State of Emergency; Coronavirus Pandemic, Deaths In United States Surge Past 16,000; More Than 400 Cases Linked To Chicago Jail; Task Force Philadelphia And D.C. Could Be Next Hotspots; U.S. States Tighten Measures To Curb Spread Of Virus; Wuhan, China Lifts Lockdown After 10 Weeks; Philippines Confront Rising Number Of Infections; U.S. Fed Unleashes Additional $2.3 Billion In Loans; OPEC, Russia Agree To Supply Cuts, But No Deal With Mexico Yet; The Road Ahead For Covid-19 Survivors; U.S. Cities Light It Blue For First Responders; Teacher Walks Five Miles Daily To Deliver Free Meals. Aired 3-4a ET
• Almost 17 Million File For Unemployment Claims In Past Three Weeks; Cities Struggle To Cope With COVID-19 Victims; COVID-19's Impact On Some Easter Traditions. Aired 5:30-6a ET
• U.S. Coronavirus Death Toll Surpasses 16,000; Italy's COVID-19 Death Toll Surpasses 18,000; Boris Johnson Out of Intensive Care; Doctor Relays Positives and Negatives of Ventilator Use; African Elites Get Their Own Healthcare; OPEC, Russia Agree to Cut 10 Million Barrels a Day; U.S. Workers Struggle as Jobless Claims Spike; Some European Countries Prepare to Ease Lockdown. Aired 12-1a ET
• U.S. Coronavirus Death Toll Surpasses 16,000; Trump Eyes May 1st to Begin Reopening of U.S. Economy; U.S. Blocked Private Labs from Using Tests in January; Downing Street: Boris Johnson Out of Intensive Care. Aired 5-5:30a ET
• U.S. Confirmed Cases Top 46,000 with 16,600+ Deaths; Doctor: Virus Will Tell Us When It's Save to Open Up Again; Trump Downplays Use of Face Masks Despite CDC Advice; U.S. Fed Unleashes $2.3 Trillion in New Loans; OPEC Closing in on a Deal on Record Oil Cut; Australia Closed Off Gold Coast Beaches; U.S. Blocked Private Labs From Using Tests in January. Aired 4-4:30a ET
• Trump Administration Pushing To Reopen U.S In May; Ohio Governor Says, Residents Making Huge Difference In Slowing Spread; Every Continent Except Antarctica Impacted By COVID-19. Aired 10- 10:30a ET
• U.S. Blocked Private Labs from Using Tests in January; Italy's COVID-19 Toll Surpasses 18,000; Italian Mayor Say Death Toll Likely Much Higher; Spain Extends State of Emergency Until April 26; 13-Year- Old Girl Who Inspired CBD Movement Has Died; Health Care Workers Wear Smiling Photo on Their Gear; Award-Winning Distillery Shifts from Spirits to Sanitizer. Aired 4:30-5a ET
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• Florida Governor Considering Reopening some Schools; New Orleans Data on Social Distancing; Pennsylvania Orders Schools Closed for Rest of Year; Covid-19 Patient Shares His Story. Aired 9:30-10a ET
• New York Deaths Rise as Hospitalizations Fall; Trump Administration Pushing to Reopen U.S. in May; Michigan Ban on Travel Between Two Residences Begins Tomorrow; Michigan Forms Task Force on Racial Disparities in Coronavirus Deaths; Detroit Pistons and Cleveland Clinic Team Up to Deliver 15,000 Pieces of PPE, ICU Gowns to Detroit Hospital. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• Health Experts Say True Death Toll in Italy May Never Be Known; South Africa Extends National Lockdown Through End of April; China Starts to Ease Restrictions Amid Fear of Second Wave of Infections; Regulatory Roadblocks Prevented Early Effort to Ramp Up Testing; Interview with Representative Dan Kildee (D-MI) about Flint's Water Crisis. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• White House Holds Coronavirus Task Force Briefing. Aired 3- 3:30p ET
• Christians Celebrating Easter During Pandemic; Former NFL Player Mark Campbell Shares His Coronavirus Story; Soon: White House Task Force Holds Briefing. Aired 12:30-1p ET
• Fauci: Coronavirus Curve "Going in Right Direction"; Fauci: Antibody Tests Comings "In a Week or So"; Trump: Country Will Reopen Sooner Than People Think; Trump & CDC Director Clash over Need for Testing; Lt. Gov. Garlin Gilchrist (D-MI) Discusses Creation of Task Force to Address Racial Disparities in COVID-19; Survey of Economists: U.S. Already in Recession. Aired 11-11:30a ET
• Survey of Economists: U.S. Already in Recession; Trump Administration Pushing to Reopen U.S. in May; NY Governor Cuomo Gives Update on Coronavirus Response. Aired 11:30a-12p ET
• New York Governor Andrew Cuomo: Need New Federal Stimulus Bill Before Economy Can Reopen; New York Governor Andrew Cuomo: 777 Deaths Thursday, 7,844 Total Deaths Statewide To Date; Dr. Anthony Fauci: The Virus Decides When It's Appropriate To Reopen; Coronavirus Taking Its Toll On Mental Health In The U.S.; Italian Prime Minister Giuseppe Conte Expected To Extend Lockdown To May 3rd. Aired 12-12:30p ET
• Dr. Fauci Says, Now Is No Time To Back Off Social Distancing; White House Watching Philly As Next Possible Hot Spot. Aired 1-1:30p ET
• Florida Governor Considers Reopening Schools Next Month; Louisiana Unable to Release Racial Breakdown of Cases; Massachusetts Attorney General, Maura Healey, Discusses Investigation into Holy Oaks Soldier's Home after 18 Veterans Died of Virus; Trump and White House Coronavirus Task Force Hold Press Briefing. Aired 1:30-2p ET
• White House Coronavirus Task Force Holds Briefing as Global Death Toll Tops 100K. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• Members of the Coronavirus Task Force Hold a Press Briefing. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• White House Coronavirus Press Conference. Aired 2:30-3p ET


April 09, 2020
• Did Not Air 1-2a ET
• Political Showdown Between President Trump and WHO's Director General; U.S. Recorded Another Grim Milestone in Coronavirus Death Toll; President Trump Eager to Re-open U.S. Economy; WTO Warns Global Trade Will Be Crippled by This Pandemic; Russia, OPEC To Meet Thursday Amid Falling Oil Prices; Update From London On The British Prime Minister Boris Johnson; U.S. Reports Greatest Single-Day Increase In Deaths; France's Nationwide Lockdown To Extend Past April 15; U.K. Death Toll, Signs Of Plateau In New Cases; Italy's Death Toll Rises, But ICU Cases Decrease; Spain's Death Toll Rises For Second Day In A Row; Macron To Address Public As Virus Deaths Surge; World Food Program, WFP, Warns Covid-19 Could Cause Mass Famine; Acting U.S. Navy Secretary's Trip Cost $243,000; Bernie Sanders Drops Out Of U.S. Presidential Race; Race For The White House; Israel Celebrates Passover Under Lockdown; Funnyman Murray Helps Local Gym. Aired 3-4a ET
• U.K. Prime Minister Boris Johnson's Condition Improving; WHO Says Africa Tops 10,000 COVID-19 Cases and 500 Deaths; Bernie Sanders Drops Out, Clearing Joe Biden's Path. Aired 5:30-6a ET
• Trump Resists Criticism; New Models Estimate 60,000 U.S. Deaths; WTO: Global Trade May Plunge Up to 32 Percent This Year; Millions More Expected to File Jobless Claims in U.S. Aired 5-5:30a ET
• U.S. Marks Most Number of Deaths Reported in Single Day; New York Marks Highest Single Day Death Toll Tuesday; New Model Estimates 60,000 U.S. Deaths by August; Doctor: Social Distancing Guidelines Need to Remain in Place; COVID-10 Survivor Shares His Story to Help Others; W.H.O. Chief Fires Back After Trump Attacks Organization; U.K.'s Prime Minister Condition Improving; Millions More Expected to File Jobless Claims in U.S. Aired 4-4:30a ET
• New U.S. Cases Trending Downward; White House to Labs: Get Test Kits Done; Virus May Not Go Away in Warm Weather; U.K. Prime Minister's Condition Improving; Political Showdown between President Trump and WHO Director-General; Former New Zealand Prime Minister Helen Clark and Other Former World Leaders Demand Action from G20; Trump Wants to Reopen Economy with 'Big Bang' in May; Many Small Business Owners Find Lifeline out of Reach; WHO: Africa Tops 10,000 Cases, 500 Deaths; Lessons in Leadership: New Zealand's Virus Response; Bernie Sanders Drops Out of U.S. Presidential Race. Aired 12-1a ET
• WTO Says Global Trade to Fall by at Least 13 Percent in 2020; OPEC and Russia to Debate Oil Price War in Emergency Meeting; Macron to Address Public as Virus Deaths Surge; COVID-19 Causing Disruption in Food Supply; Bernie Sanders Drops Out, Clearing Joe Biden's Path; Opera Star Andrea Bocelli Performing Live on Easter. Aired 4:30-5a ET
• Model Projects U.S Daily Deaths Will Peak On Easter Sunday; Officials Concerned About Spikes In D.C., Baltimore And Philadelphia; Health Experts Say California Is Flattening The Curve. Aired 10-10:30a ET
• New York and New Jersey See Highest Single-Day Death Toll from Coronavirus; Frontline Doctors Face COVID-19 Surge; 6.6 Million Americans Filed Jobless Claims Last Week; Officials Concerned About Spikes of COVID-19 in D.C., Baltimore and Philadelphia; New York and New Jersey See Highest Single-Day Death Toll; Democrats and GOP Clash Over $250 Billion Small Business Relief Bill. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• U.S. Sailors on Four Aircraft Carriers Test Positive for Virus; Federal Reserve Launches $2.3 Trillion for Small Business and Local Government Loans; Remembering Charlotte Figi; At Least Two Patients Die at Detroit Hospital E.R. Hallways. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• Clash over Relief Bill; Chicago Makes Makeshift Morgue; Blacks Dying from Coronavirus at Higher Rate; China Using Surveillance to Track Spread of Coronavirus. Aired 9:30-10a ET
• Nursing Homes in Crisis?; Philadelphia New Coronavirus Hot Spot?; 6.6. Million Americans File For Unemployment. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• Global Coronavirus Cases Surge Past 1.5 Million; Fauci" We Can Evaluate How Quickly to Normalize at End of April; Trump Clashes with Governors on Volume of Tests; Philadelphia Health Commissioner, Dr. Thomas Farley, Discusses Philadelphia's Nearly 5,000 Coronavirus Cases & 78 Deaths; 6.6 Million Americans Filed Jobless Claims Last Week; Trump's Task Force Focuses on Reopening Economy as Dems & GOP Clash over $250 Billion Small Business Relief Bill; Bill Gates: Americans' Behaviors Are "Utterly Changed" by Coronavirus. Aired 11-11:30a ET
• Nursing Homes in New Jersey And California Reporting Clusters of Cases; Food Banks Struggle to Replenish Shelves as Demand Spikes; Remembering 13-Year-Old Medical Inspiration Charlotte Figi. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• New Poll: 53% of Voters Pick Biden over Trump in 2020 Matchup; Biden Reaches Out to Sanders & His Supporters; NY Governor Cuomo Gives Update on Coronavirus Response. Aired 11:30a-12p ET
• New York Governor Andrew Cuomo: 1000 Workers Statewide Processing Flood Of Jobless Claims; New York Governor Andrew Cuomo: A Record 799 Deaths Wednesday, 7067 Total To Date; Houston Area Has More Known Cases Than Anywhere Else In Texas; CDC Issues New Guidelines For Essential Workers; Dr. Anthony Fauci: Antibody Testing Should Cover Nearly Every American. Aired 12-12:30p ET
• 6.6. Million Americans Filed Jobless Claims Last Week; CNN: Trump Aides Talking Plans To Reopen Economy As Soon As May; Coronavirus Deaths Projected To Peak Today In Michigan; Macron To Address Public As Coronavirus Deaths Surge; Italian PM: Could Be "End Of Europe" If EU Doesn't Act. Aired 12:30-1p ET
• U.S Coronavirus Death Toll Nears 15,000; Chicago Jail Now Largest Known Source Of U.S Virus Infection; 6.6 Million Americans Filed Jobless Claims Last Week. Aired 1-1:30p ET
• 6.6 Million Americans Filed Jobless Claims Last Week; Researchers Turn to 100-Year-Old Vaccine as Potential COVID-19 Treatment; Dr. Peter Hotez Discusses Using 100-Year-Old Vaccine to Treat COVID-19; Health Experts Say California Is Flattening the Curse; Sprain to Ease Lockdown Restrictions after "Hitting Peak". Aired 1:30- 2p ET
• Mark Zandi, Moody's Analytics Chief Economist, Discusses 6.6 Million Americans Filing Unemployment Claims This Week; Faces of Unemployment Amid the Coronavirus Crisis; British P.M. Boris Johnson Moved Out of ICU; New Study Indicates Coronavirus in New York May have Originated in Europe & Parts of U.S.; New York Has Largest Amount of Death Today Since Outbreak Began; Dr. Eric Feigl-Ding Discusses Virus in New York Possibly Came from Europe & Parts of U.S.; A Look at Coronavirus Impact Around the World; State Democrats & Republicans Disagree on Easter Exemptions to Stay-at-Home Orders During Easter. Aired 2:30-3p ET
• 6.6 File For Unemployment Jobless Claims Surge For Third Week; States Ramp Up Restrictions To Prevent Spread Of Virus; Policy Report Lays Out Road Map To Reopening U.S.; Detroit Hospital Workers: Patients Are Dying In The ER Hallways; USS Roosevelt Sailor Found Unresponsive, Transferred To ICU. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• New U.S. Cases Trending Downward; White House to Labs: Get Test Kits Done; Virus May Not Go Away in Warm Weather; U.K. Prime Minister's Condition Improving; Trump Wants to Reopen with "Big Bang" in May; WTO: Global Trade May Plunge Up to a Third This Year; Spain's Death Toll Rises For Second Day In A Row; Italy's Virus Death Toll Rises, ICU Cases Decreases; Dozens OF Former World Leader Demand Action From G20; Sweden Adopts Alternative Approach To Combat Virus. Aired 2-3a ET


April 08, 2020
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• Coronavirus Pandemic; Johns Hopkins, 1,900 Deaths In United States On Tuesday; Virus Hitting African Americans Especially Hard; Second Coronavirus Vaccine Trial Begins In United States; First Phase Of Trial Expected To End In Summer; Acting U.S. Navy Secretary Resigns After Speech Leaked; Race To Stop Virus In One Of Asia's Largest Slums; Lockdown Puts pressure On India's Poor; Middle East, Africa Working To Combat Virus; 17,000 Plus Arrested In South Africa For Defying Lockdown; WHO Reports New Cases In Iran Decreasing; Turkey's ICU At Over 60 Percent Capacity; Self-Grooming In Quarantine. Aired 3- 4a ET
• France COVID-19 Death Toll Surpasses 10,000; Millions Of Americans Filing For Unemployment Claims; Study Shows Pregnant Women Do Not Get More Severe Illness With Coronavirus. Aired 5:30-6a ET
• John Hopkins: 1,900+ Deaths in U.S. On Tuesday; Trump Deflects, Dismisses & Misleads; Wisconsin Holds Election Despite Health Precautions; U.K. Prime Minister is Stable, Not on Ventilation; Virus Hitting African-Americans Especially Hard. Aired 5-5:30a ET
• U.S. Coronavirus Death Toll Nears 13,000; China Has Lifted Lockdown Restrictions in Wuhan; Trump Threatens the World Health Organization; Anesthesiologist Describes His Coronavirus Work; Japanese P.M. Declares State of Emergency in 7 Areas; One of Asia's Biggest Slums Races to Stop Virus; More Than 17,000 Arrested in South Africa for Defying Lockdown; Coronavirus Survivors Share Experiences; Asia Markets Mixed after Wall Street Losses; Global Food Supply Chain Under Strain; Accuser Accepts Decision that Freed Cardinal Pell. Aired 12-1a ET
• U.S. Suffers Most Deaths in One Day; New York City Reports 800+ Deaths Tuesday; U.S. Surgeon General Says Black Population at Higher Risk; Trump Slams W.H.O. and Threatens to Cut Off Funding; France COVID-19 Death Toll Surpasses 10,000; Wuhan Lifts Lockdown and Outbound Travel Ban; U.K. Prime Minister is Stable, Not on Ventilation. Aired 4-4:30a ET
• Virus Hitting African Americans Especially Hard; Wisconsin Hold Election Despite Health Precautions; Millions Filing for Unemployment Claims in U.S.; Trump: Initial Issues with Small Business Loan Programs; Travel Restrictions Imposed Across Africa; W.H.O. Says Cases in Iran are Flattening Off; Turkey's ICU at Over 60 Percent Capacity; New Zealand has Third Straight Day of Decline in New Cases; John Prine, Legendary Singer-Songwriter Dies at 73 of Coronavirus. Aired 4:30-5a ET
• taly And Spain See Signs Of Hope In COVID-19 Outbreak; COVID-19 Taking Toll On African-Americans; Wuhan Lifts Lockdown And Outbound Travel Ban; Death Toll in France Continues to Rise Despite Month-Long Lockdown; U.S. Coronavirus Death Toll Nears 13,000; Trump Threatens the World Health Organization; New Zealand Is Squashing the Curve; U.K. Prime Minister Boris Johnson Still in ICU. Aired 2-3a ET
• Key Coronavirus Model Lowers Death Projections; Frontline Doctors Share COVID-19 Experience With CNN; Early Data Shows Black Americans At Higher Risk For Coronavirus. Aired 10-10:30a ET
• Report: U.S. Intelligence Warned of Outbreak of COVID-19 in November; Early Data Shows Coronavirus Hits Black Americans Disproportionately; Small Business Loan Program for U.S. Businesses Marred By Glitches and Breakdowns. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• New Model Now Projects 60,000 Deaths In U.S By August; Report Shows, Intel Officials Warned About Outbreak In Late November; White House Coordinator Says, Testing Kits Are Out There Idle. Aired 1-1:30p ET
• Interview with Newspaper Photographers on Documenting Coronavirus; Wuhan Lifts Lockdown Today; American Automakers Turn to Personal Protective Equipment. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• Loan Program Marred by Glitches; Boris Johnson Remains in ICU; More Sailors Positive for COVID-19. Aired 9:30-10a ET
• Louisiana in Crisis; Did Trump Administration Ignore Outbreak Warnings?; U.S. Coronavirus Death Toll Tops 14,000. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• Doctor Goes Back to Work After 10 Days in IU; New Zealand Has Only One Confirmed Case of Coronavirus Death After Lockdown; Domestic Violence Websites and Call Centers See Surge. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• Poll: 54 Percent Of Voters Disapproved Of Trump's Handling Of Coronavirus; N.Y. Governor Gives Update On Coronavirus Response. Aired 12:30-1p ET
• U.S. Projected Deaths Revised Down; Interview with Louisiana Lieutenant Governor Billy Nungesser; Confusion Over PPE Distribution Continues. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• Bernie Sanders Suspends Presidential Campaign; Sanders Speaks after Suspending Run for White House. Aired 11:30a-12p ET
• Senator Bernie Sanders Drops Out Of The Presidential Race; New Model Predicts Fewer Deaths Earlier Peak In U.S.; New Model Projects 60,000 Deaths In The U.S. By August; New Model Projects Peak In The U.S. Deaths On April 12; CNN Poll: 57 Percent Of The Americans Say Federal Government Has Done A Poor Job Of Handling Coronavirus Outbreak. Aired 12-12:30p ET
• White House Coordinator Urges Lab Directors To Help Find Testing Kits; Dr. Rob Davidson Discusses No Tests Available For Suspected COVID-19 Patients; Bernie Sanders Suspends Presidential Campaign; Dr. Michael Wasserman Discusses Taking Elderly Family Members Out Of Nursing Homes; Early Data Shows Black Americans At Higher Risk For Coronavirus. Aired 1:30-2p ET
• Outbreak Response Sparks Confusion About Who's In Charge; Bernie Sanders Drops Out Of 2020 Race; Update On Impact Of Pandemic Across The Globe; China Lifts Lockdown Restrictions In Wuhan; Mnuchin Asks Congress For $250 Billion To Boost Small Business Loan Program. Aired 2:30-3p ET
• Trump Upbeat But White House Response Team Cautious as Death Projections Lowered; Obama Roasts Administration on System of Testing & Monitoring Needed Nationwide; ABC News: Intel Officials Warned in Late November about "Cataclysmic" Outbreak; Trump Attempts to Shift Crisis Blame to WHO; Cotton Sounded Early Alarms about Coronavirus; Bernie Sanders Suspends White House Run. Aired 11-11:30a ET


April 07, 2020
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• British Prime Minister Boris Johnson In Intensive Care; Senators Call on Trump to Address PPE Shortage; New York Still in Crisis, But Seeing Possible Plateau; Virus Hitting Some African American Communities Hard; European Market Moves Come After Wall Street Rally. Aired 5-5:30a ET
• : Prime Minister Boris Johnson Still in ICU; U.S. Remains the Epicenter of Coronavirus; Spain and Italy Proves Lockdown Works; Coronavirus Pandemic; Johns Hopkins, 368,000 Plus Cases, 10,900 Plus Deaths In The United States; USNS Comfort To Treat Covid-19 Patients Off New York; British Prime Minister Boris Johnson In The Intensive Care; How Markets Are Reacting To Boris Johnson's Move To ICU; India To Relax Export Ban On Anti-Malaria Drug; Cardinal Pell Freed From Prison; Young Composer Plays Isolation Waltz; Families Draw, Create Rainbow Art To Brighten Days. Aired 3-4a ET
• NYT Reports Trump Adviser Issued Start Warning About Coronavirus In January; British Prime Minister Boris Johnson In Intensive Care With Coronavirus; Inmates Warn That U.S. Prisons Are Not Prepared For Coronavirus. Aired 5:30-6a ET
• British Prime Minister in ICU; U.S. Faces Widespread Shortage of Medical Supplies; Inside a New York Emergency Room Battling Coronavirus; China Reports No New Deaths for First Time on Monday; Japanese P.M. to Declare State of Emergency; Cardinal Pell Freed, Sex Abuse Conviction Overturned; Investigating the Origin of the Coronavirus. Aired 12-1a ET
• British Prime Minister Boris Johnson in Intensive Care; More than 97 Percent of U.S. Under Stay-At-Home Orders; New York Still in Crisis but Seeing Possible Plateau; Health Experts Say Peak Death Rate Still to Come; India to Relax Export Ban on Anti-Malaria Drug; China Reports No New Deaths for First Time in Months; Investigating the Origins of COVID-19. Aired 4-4:30a ET
• Early Signs Social Distancing Is Working As Nation Battles Outbreak; U.K Prime Minister Johnson In ICU After Coronavirus Symptoms Worsened; Surgeon General Says, Many Black Americans At Higher Risk For COVID. Aired 10-10:30a ET
• British Prime Minister Boris Johnson in Intensive Care; Inside a New York City Emergency Room Battling COVID-19; European Market Moves Come After Wall Street Rally; Cardinal Pell Freed, Sex Abuse Conviction Overturned; New York Philharmonic Plays Tribute to Medical Workers. Aired 4:30-5a ET
• Foreign Secretary Raab To Step In Where Necessary For Johnson; Cardinal Pell Freed, Sex Abuse Conviction Overturned; Japan PM To Declare State Of Emergency In 7 Areas; British Prime Minister in ICU; U.S. Faces Widespread Shortage of Medical Supplies; China's Continuing War on COVID-19; Spain and Italy Face Economic Instability amid an Extended Lockdown; Ecuador Struggles to Bury Its Dead. Aired 2-3a ET
• Louisiana Governor: Seventy Percent of COVID-19 Deaths in State are African-Americans; Michigan's Two Largest Healthcare Providers Say 2,000-Plus Staff Members Infected with COVID-19; Wisconsin Polls Open Despite Virus Concerns as Democrats Fight to Delay; New York Governor Sees Possible Flattening of the Curve; Peter Navarro Allegedly Warned White House of Pandemic in January; U.K.'s Prime Minister in ICU After Coronavirus Symptoms Worsened. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• FDNY Members Test Positive for Virus; New Study on Pregnant Women and Coronavirus; Grisham Leaving West Wing. Aired 9:30-10a
• Coronavirus Hitting African-Americans Hardest; Acting Navy Secretary Submits Resignation; Did President Trump Ignore Coronavirus Warnings?; U.S. Coronavirus Death Toll Passes 12,000. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• Wisconsin Primary Today Despite Governor's Efforts; Interview with University of Nebraska Medical Center Chancellor Jeffrey Gold; Interview with Boston Mayor Marty Walsh. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• New Jersey Nurse Details Struggles After Treating Three Family Members for Virus; New Groups of Infected Patients Tied to Kansas Church Events; Hockey, Basketball Consider When to Bring Back Games; More Than 12,000 People Have Died from Virus in The U.S. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• Trump: County Will Re-Open "Sooner Than People Think"; NY Governor Cuomo Gives Update on Coronavirus Response. Aired 11-11:30a ET
• Coronavirus Hitting Black Communities Harder Than Others; Small Business Loan Program Plagued By Glitches; MLB Considering Playing Games At Single Location. Aired 12:30-1p ET
• U.S. Measures to Slow Coronavirus Spread Increase; Interview with President of American Medical Association Patrice Harris; Interview with Illinois State Comptroller. Susana Mendoza Aired 2- 2:30p ET
• NY Governor Cuomo Gives Update On Coronavirus Response; Dr. Rochelle Walensky Discusses Monday's Largest Single-Day Increase In Deaths In NY & Boston Mayor On Spike Happening In Massachusetts; Wisconsin Holds Primary Election Amid Pandemic; British P.M. Boris Johnson In Intensive Care; Mayor Paul TenHaken (R), Sioux Falls Discusses Why No Statewide Stay-At-Home Order As 70 Percent In South Dakota Could Be Infected. Aired 11:30a-12p ET
• Small Louisiana Parish Begins Drive-Thru Testing Today; New York Governor Andrew Cuomo: Monday Was Largest Single-Day Increase In Number Of Deaths; Surgeon General Jerome Adams: I Expect U.S. Will Have Fewer Than 100K Deaths; New York Governor Andrew Cuomo: How Quickly U.S. Can Restart Life Depends On Testing; Louisiana Governor John Bel Edwards: There's A Disparity Happening With Coronavirus Deaths. Aired 12-12:30p ET
• Nearly 400,000 U.S. Coronavirus Cases, Deaths Top 11,000; Wisconsin Voters Face Long Lines Amid Pandemic; Acting Navy Secretary Ordered To Apologize After Calling Navy Captain Stupid. Aired 1-1:30p ET
• Former Navy Secretary, Ray Mabus, Discusses Trump Saying He'll "Get Involved" With Ousted Navy Captain's Case; Interview With House Speaker Rep. Nancy Pelosi (D-CA); British P.M. Boris Johnson In Intensive Care. Aired 1:30-2p ET
• Stephanie Grisham Out As White House Press Secretary; Trump Removes Watchdog Of Pandemic Accountability Group; Drug Hoarding Making Life Difficult For Patients; Health Care Workers Sound Alarm On Severe Staff Shortages & Urgent Need For Medical Supplies; Michigan's Two Largest Health Care Providers Say Over 2,000 Health Care Workers Test Positive; Grocery & Other Essential Stores Introduce New Safety Measures Amid Pandemic. Aired 2:30-3p ET


April 06, 2020
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• Parents And Caregivers Adapt To Sudden Homeschooling; UNICEF: Coronavirus Poses Latest Threat To DRC Health System; Explore The World Without Leaving Home. Aired 5:30-6a ET
• 69,400+ Deaths Worldwide, 9,600+ Deaths in U.S. from Coronavirus; Trump Touts Unproven Drug to Treat Coronavirus; British Prime Minister Hospitalized Overnight for Tests; Drive-Through Funerals at Europe's Largest Cemetery; Tokyo Reports Highest Jump in Virus Cases in One Day; India Holds Candlelight Vigil as Cases Rise; California Unveils COVID-19 Housing Plan for the Homeless; Couple Scraps Wedding Plans, Gets Married Online. Aired 12-1a ET
• U.S. Surgeon General Compares Coming Days to 9/11; Trump Says We See Light at the End of the Tunnel; Governor of New York Says New York Could Be Near Apex of Infections; British Prime Minister in Hospital for Tests; Queen Addresses Nation, Urges Citizens to Stay United; Researchers Race to Develop Treatment for Virus; Spain Distributing Rapid Coronavirus Tests to Hospitals; Italy Records Lowest Death Rate in Two Weeks. Aired 4-4:30a ET
• Shinzo Abe to Declare a State of Emergency; Asian Markets Ended in Green Arrows; Coronavirus Hurt Millions of Businesses; A Solemn Holy Week for Christians; U.S. COVID Cases is Now Compared to Painful History; No Shortage of Boastful Lines Amidst Crisis; New York City Not Out of the Woods Yet; Prime Minister Boris Johnson Brought to Hospital; Italy and Spain Finally Got Their Needed Medical Supplies; Robot Help Doctors in Northern Italy. Aired 3-4a ET
• U.S. Market Futures Pointing Up Ahead of Open; Trump and Pelosi Say They Want More Economic Stimulus; Small Business Owners Hit Hard by Crisis; Comedy Club Owner Forced to Lay Off Employees Amid Crisis; CNN Speaks to Frontline Medical Worker in U.K.; Couple Scraps Wedding Plans, Gets Married Online . Aired 4:30-5a ET
• Johns Hopkins: Nearly 10,000 Americans Have Died from Coronavirus; British Prime Minister Boris Johnson Admitted at Hospital; Infection Rates of Coronavirus Spikes in Louisiana and New Jersey. Aired 5-5:30a ET
• Country Braces For Devastating Week As Death Toll Climbs; California Coronavirus Cases Rise To 15,000+; Former Intel Community Inspector General Says, Trump Fired Me For Doing My Job. Aired 10- 10:30a ET
• Responsibility And Blame: U.S. Leadership Amid Crisis; U.S. Futures, Asian Markets Rise While Oil Drops; NHK: Japan's PM Planning For State Of Emergency; U.S. Coronavirus Cases at 330,000 Plus and President Trump Sees Light at the End of Tunnel; Trumps Pushes Hydroxychloroquine Drug for Virus Treatment; Prime Minister Boris Johnson Hospitalized; Queen Elizabeth II Addresses the U.K.; Australia's Fight Against Coronavirus; Decline in Deaths in New York While Infections in Louisiana and New Jersey Rise; Positive News Out of Spain and Italy. Aired 2-3a ET
• U.S. Braces for a Devastating Week as Death Toll Climbs; Georgia Governor Opens Beaches Day After Statewide Stay-at-Home Order; Louisiana Surpasses 13,000 Confirmed Cases of Coronavirus; U.S. Enters Pivotal Week as Hot Spots Near Peak Infection Days; Inside NYC Hospital Emergency Room During Coronavirus Fight. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• Interview with Rural Physician Brent Russell; Popular Sites Fill with Crowds as China Eases Restrictions; Interview with Starbucks CEO Howard Schultz. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• British Prime Minister Boris Johnson Moved to Intensive Care; Science vs. Opinion Debates Raging in Trump White House?; Over 10,000 Now Dead From Coronavirus in United States. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• Georgia Governor Sparks Anger and Confusion; British Prime Minister Hospitalized; Concerns over Antibody Tests; Pastor of Exposed Congregation Speaks Out. Aired 9:30-10a
• NY Gov.: Asking That Navy Hospital Ship Treat Coronavirus Patients; Michigan Has Third Most Confirmed Cases In U.S.; Honoring The Victims Of The Coronavirus Pandemic. Aired 12:30-1p ET
• Starbucks CEO Howard Schultz Discusses "The Plate Fund"; Trump: "End of Road Might Be Near; Inside NYC Hospital Emergency Room During Coronavirus Fight; Dr. Mark Jarrett Discusses NY Reporting First Decline in Daily Coronavirus Deaths; Acting Navy Secretary Slams Ousted Ship Commander; Dr. Liise-anne Pirofski Discusses Antibody Therapy Being Developed for Coronavirus. Aired 11-11:30a ET
• British Prime Minister Boris Johnson in Intensive Care with coronavirus. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• U.S. Coronavirus Deaths Pass 10,000; Interview with Northwell Health Hospital President and CEO; Interview with Ann Maxwell on HHS Watchdog Report. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• Death Rate Slows In Hard-Hit Spain & Italy; Global Oil Market Grows Volatile Amid Coronavirus Spread; Texas Oil Worker, William Walla, Discusses Having No Job And Struggling To Get Government Help; Communities Across U.S. Brace For Becoming Next Hot Spot; New Orleans Mayor Says Coroner's Office & Mortuary At Capacity; Almost Half Of All U.S. Coronavirus Deaths In New York State; Heated Disagreement In White House Over Unproven Drug. Aired 11:30a-12p ET
• Heated Disagreement In White House Over Unproven Drug; U.S. Enters Pivotal Week As Hot Spots Near Peak Infections Day; New York Governor Andrew Cuomo: Possible Flattening Of Curve An Improvement Over Past Days, Any Plateau In Curve Largely Because Of Social Distancing; New York Governor Andrew Cuomo: Asking That Naval Ship Treat Coronavirus Patients. Aired 12-12:30p ET
• Global Coronavirus Anxiety As U.S Death Toll Nears 10,000; Michigan Governor Says, Only Three-Day Supply Of Masks At Some Hospitals; Iowa Governor Orders Businesses To Close, As State Marks Deadliest Day. Aired 1-1:30p ET
• Acting Navy Secretary Slams Ousted Ship Commander; NYC Comptroller Discusses Trying To Fight Pandemic While Mourning Loss Of Own Mom; Numbers From Hard-Hit European Countries See Glimmer Of Hope; China Emerges From Lockdown But Experts Say Risk Still High; Growing Concerns About "Crappy" Antibody Tests On The Market. Aired 1:30-2p ET
• Heated Feud Erupts At White House Over Unproven Virus Treatment; SBA Sets Up Hotline For Lenders After Rocky Start To Aid Loans; Detroit Prepares Massive Field Hospital As Cases Near 16,000 In Michigan; Mayor Tom Barrett (D), Milwaukee Discusses Democratic Governor Suspending In-Person Voting And Republicans Vowing To Sue In Court & Joe Biden Calling For Virtual Convention; New Audio Of Acting Navy Secretary Slamming Ousted Ship Commander. Aired 2:30-3p ET


April 05, 2020
• COVID-19 Kills Almost 8,500 in the U.S.; Trump Says He Won't Issue National Stay-at-Home Order; ERs across U.S. Pushed to the Limit; Trump: Captain's Letter Warning of Ship Outbreak "Not Appropriate"; Queen Elizabeth to Address U.K. in Rare Broadcast; U.K. Government Scrambles to Offer Mass Public Testing; Inside a Hospital Dealing with COVID-19; Psychologically Adapting to a New Normal; Spain Overtakes Italy in Reported Virus Cases; American Brothers Stranded in Russia; Woman Visiting Dying Mom is Solo Passenger on Plane; Mother with Virus Separated from Newborn. Aired 2-3a ET
• Eight U.S. States Still Without Stay-At-Home Orders; Javits Convention Center Becomes 2,500-Bed Hospital; Louisiana Bracing For Onslaught Of Virus Cases; COVID-19 Kills Almost 8,500 In The U.S.; Queen Elizabeth To Address U.K. In Rare Broadcast; U.K. Ramps Up Testing Health Care Workers; Inside A Hospital Dealing With COVID-19; Gig Economy Falters As Virus Spreads; Spain Overtakes Italy In Reported Virus Cases; Hurricane Season Could Be Disastrous; Woman Visiting Dying Mom Is Solo Passenger On Plane. Aired 5-6a ET
• U.S. Bracing For Rapid Rise In Deaths And Infections; U.S. Hospitals Face Critical Shortage Of Ventilators; Medical Workers On Front Lines Of COVID-19; Lockdown Leaves Paris Silent; Spain Overtakes Italy In Reported Virus Cases; Pregnant Partner Of U.K. Prime Minister Tests Positive; U.K. Ramps Up Testing Health Care Workers; Recovered Patient Donates Plasma To Help Others. Aired 4-5a ET
• COVID-19 Kills Almost 8,500 In The U.S.; New York Convention Center Becomes Makeshift Hospital; African Nations Afraid To Fight Pandemic?; Spain Overtakes Italy In Reported Virus Cases; U.K. Government Scrambles To Offer Mass Public Testing; Louisiana Bracing For Onslaught Of Virus Cases; Recovered Patient Donates Plasma To Help Others; Christians Observing Palm Sunday Under Lockdown; Millions Now Homeschooling; Britain's Virtual Grand National. Aired 3-4a ET
• U.S. Death Toll Reaches Grim New Milestone; Nearly Half Of The U.S. Deaths Are In New York; Esper: Pentagon Sending NY 1,100-Plus Additional Military Medical Staff; Soon: Queen Elizabeth To Address Crisis In Rare Televised Speech; CNN Goes Inside Seattle ICU Treating Coronavirus Patients. Aired 1-2p ET
• Queen Elizabeth II Gives Rare Address On Coronavirus Crisis; White House Sending A Grim Message About Just How Bad Things Will Get In The Fight Against The Coronavirus; New York State Accounts For Nearly Half Of All Coronavirus Deaths Nationwide. Aired 3-4p ET
• U.S. Coronavirus Deaths Dwarf 9/11 Attacks; Shortage Of Ventilators And Staff A Problem In New York And Michigan; Prime Minister Boris Johnson Hospitalized Due To Coronavirus; China's Wet Market Face Global Pressure To Close Down; Japan Weeks Away In Becoming Like New York; Coronavirus Overturns U.S. Economy; Trump Denies There Is Massive Recession. Aired 5-6p ET
• U.S. Coronavirus Fight Enters Crucial Weeks; Barr Expands Early Release At Prisons Hard Hit By Coronavirus; Georgia Governor Opens Beaches Day After Statewide Stay-At-Home Order; Michigan Now Has Third Most Coronavirus Cases And Deaths; "New York Times:" Ousted Navy Carrier Commander Tests Positive For Coronavirus. Aired 2-3p ET
• Almost Half Of U.S. Coronavirus Deaths In New York State; Trump Downplays States' Supply Needs Despite Shortages; Inside NYC Hospital On The Front Lines of Outbreak; U.K. Prime Minister Admitted To Hospital With Coronavirus; Gov. Cuomo: Deaths In NY Over Past Few Days Dropping "For The First Time"; Gov. Cuomo: NY "Running Short Of Supplies All Across Board"; Eleventh Member Of NYPD Dies From Coronavirus; Trump Accuses Governors Of Playing Political Games With Ventilators; U.S. Reports More Than 331,000 Confirmed Cases, 9400-Plus Deaths; WH Official: Colorado Among Next Possible Hot Spots For Virus; Eight States Still Without Stay-At-Home Orders; Surgeon General: This Week Will Be A "Pearl Harbor" And "9/11" Moment. Aired 4-5p ET
• Emergency Rooms Across U.S. Pushed To The Limit; Restaurant Industry Hit Hard By Virus Spread. Aired 12-1a ET


April 04, 2020
• CDC Advises Americans to Cover Faces in Public; Worldwide Cases Surpass 1.1M; Fauci: Ban Markets Selling Wild Animals as Food; U.K. Urges Social Distancing; Sports Broadcasters Using Their Voices to Lift Others. Aired 3-3:30a ET
• U.S. Marks Highest One-Day Death Toll from Coronavirus; U.K. Prime Minister Remains in Self-Isolation; CDC Advises Americans to Cover Faces in Public; Worldwide Cases Surpass 1.1M; China's Day of Mourning for COVID-19 Victims; Brazil Pandemic Far from Peaking; U.S. Ventilator Shortage; Wife Uses FaceTime to Say Goodbye to Dying Husband; Italy Devastated by COVID-19 Spread; Astronaut Scott Kelly on Living in Isolation. Aired 4-5a ET
• CDC Recommends Wearing Facemasks in Public to Reduce Spread of Coronavirus; President Trump Informs He Will Not be Wearing Facemask; General Terrence O'Shaughnessy Interviewed on Military Contributions to Combatting Coronavirus Spread; President Fires Inspector General for the Intelligence Community Michael Atkinson Who Reported Ukraine Call to Congress; Health Care Workers Interviewed on Experiences in Dealing with COVID-19; Doctor Answers Questions about COVID-19; Ninety-Year-Old Woman Recovers from Coronavirus. Aired 10-11a ET
• White House Recommends Wearing Face Masks Amid Outbreak; Governor Cuomo Updates NY Coronavirus Response; Japan Reports 314 New Coronavirus Cases. Aired 11a-12p ET
• U.S. Marks Highest One-Day Death Toll from Coronavirus; U.S. Ventilator Shortage; CDC Advises Americans to Cover Faces in Public; Impeachment Fallout; China's Day of Mourning for COVID-19 Victims; Virus May Have Been in Humans for Years; White House to Nominate Attorney to Oversee Stimulus; COVID-19 Conspiracy Theories; Worldwide Cases Surpass 1.1M; Miss England Back in U.K. after Isolation; Remembering Those Lost to COVID-19; Singer-Songwriter Bill Withers Dies at 81. Aired 5-6a ET
• CDC Recommends Wearing Facemasks in Public to Reduce Spread of Coronavirus; President Trump Informs He Will Not be Wearing Facemask; Coronavirus Patients in New York to Begin Treatment at Javits Center Makeshift Hospital; New Orleans Reported Epicenter of Coronavirus Outbreak in Louisiana; Pregnant Fiance of British Prime Minister Boris Johnson Recovering from Coronavirus Symptoms; Spain Reporting Decreasing Number of Coronavirus Cases; President Trump Fires Inspector General for the Intelligence Community Michael Atkinson Who Reported Ukraine Call to Congress; Health Care and Finance Professionals Answer Questions Related to COVID-19. Aired 2-3p ET
• WH Reverses Course, Recommends Wearing Face Masks Amid Outbreak; U.S. Cases Surge To 278,000-Plus, More Than 7,100 Deaths; Nearly 96 Of People In The U.S. Told To Stay At Home; Gov. Cuomo: NY Somewhere In The Seven-Day Range Of Reaching Apex; Sen. Chuck Schumer (D-NY) Is Interviewed About Military Czar For Medical Supplies; Coronavirus Upends Law Enforcement Norms; Thousands Of Doctors Respond To Italy's Call For Help. Aired 12-1p ET
• U.S Death Toll Climbs As Global Coronavirus Cases Top 1.1 Million; Coronavirus Ranking System Could Determine Who Gets A Ventilator; Pregnant Fiancee Of U.K Prime Minister Says She Has Coronavirus Symptoms; Former Italian P.M. Matteo Renzi Discusses The Current Prime Minister's Security Guard Dying From Coronavirus & Spread Of Coronavirus In Europe; Ten Million Filed For Unemployment In Just Two Weeks; Inside A Seattle ICU Showing The Fight To Save Coronavirus Patients. Aired 3-4p ET
• White House Reverses Course, Recommends Wearing Face Masks Amid Outbreak; U.S. Cases Surge To 278,000-Plus, More Than 7,100 Deaths; Nearly 96 Percent Of People In The U.S. Told To Stay At Home; Food Banks Struggle As Demand Soars Amid Pandemic; Leslie Gordon, CEO, Food Bank For NYC, Discusses Increased Demand For Food During Pandemic; L.L. Bean CEO, Steve Smith, Discusses Their Efforts To Aid Hospital Workers On Frontlines & Government Needs To Do More To Help Retail Industry; Trump Fires Inspector General That Sparked Impeachment; Remembering Those We Lost This Week. Aired 1-2p ET
• Trump In Daily Briefing Says, Hard Decisions Will Have To Be Made; Trump Falsely Accuses Media Is Spreading False Rumors; U.S. Tops 1,000 Deaths For Second Day In A Row; Navy Commander Who Sounded Alarm Removed For "Poor Judgment"; China Donates 1,000 Ventilators To Help New York. Aired 6-7p ET
• President Trump & Coronavirus Task Force Hold Press Briefing. Aired 5-6p ET
• U.S. Reports 300,000-Plus Coronavirus Cases, Death Toll of 8,000-Plus; President Trump And Coronavirus Task Force Hold Press Briefing. Aired 4-5p ET


April 03, 2020
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• Did Not Air 1-2a ET
• Coronavirus Pandemic, U.S. Science Panel, Talking Or Breathing Could Spread Virus; Johns Hopkins More Than One Million Cases Worldwide; Jared Kushner, Trump Hearing About Masks From New York Friend; Record 6.6 Million Americans File Jobless Claims; U.S. Navy Relieves Commander After Memo On Virus; Pentagon Working To Get 100,000 Body Bags As Deaths Rise; Tokyo Next Hotspot; China Sends Medical Supplies To Europe, U.S.; Passing The Quaran-time; Untalkative COVID-19 Carriers Can Infect Others; London Braces for Another Wave; Germany's Aggressive Response to COVID-19 Saves More Lives; China Sends Ineffective Medical Supplies. Aired 3-4a ET
• U.K. Vows To Test 100,000 People Per Day By End of April; USS Theodore Roosevelt Sailors Testing Negative Are Quarantined In Guam; Live-Streamed Safaris Bring Joy Of Nature Into Your Home. Aired 5:30- 6a ET
• More Than 90 Percent of Americans Under Stay-at-Home Orders; U.S. Stocks Rally Despite Jobless Claims; Ecuador Struggles to Cope with Overwhelming Death Toll; Russia Sends Medical Supplies to U.S.; Health Officials Warn Tokyo Could Be Next Hotspot; Funerals Turn Small Georgia City Into Virus Hotspot; English Football Clubs Criticized for Taking Government Money. Aired 12-1a ET
• Coronavirus Strains Emergency Services Across U.S.; Some U.S. Cities Tell People to Wear Masks; Funerals Turn Small Georgia City into Virus Hotspot; U.K. Vows to Test 100,000 People Per Day by End of Month; Germany Mobilizes 15,000 Soldiers to Help Fight Virus. Aired 4- 4:30a ET
• Johns Hopkins: U.S. Has 245,000+ Cases, 6,000+ Deaths; On the Frontlines Battling the Coronavirus; Questioning China's Transparency; Record U.S. Jobless Claims Far Worse than Expected. Aired 5-5:30a ET
• Did Not Air 2-3a ET
• Health Experts Say Breathing, Talking May Spread Virus; 6.6 Million Americans Filed for Unemployment Just Last Week; Russia Sends Medical Supplies to U.S.; Oil Prices Continue Surge on Hopes of Deal; U.S. Navy Relieves Commander After Memo on Virus; U.S.S. Roosevelt Sailors Testing Negative Quarantined in Guam; English Soccer Clubs Criticized for Taking Government Money; Love in the Time of Coronavirus. Aired 4:30-5a ET
• New York Governor Says State Will Run Out of Ventilators in 6 Days; Pressure Grows for Nationwide Shutdown as Cases Surge; U.S. Economy Lost 701,000 Jobs in March. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Creates Temporary Hospitals to Handle Patient Surge; Food Banks Struggle as Demand Soars Amid Pandemic; U.S. Economy Lost 701,000 Jobs in March. Aired 9:30-10a ET
• FL Gov. Creates Confusion With New Shutdown Order; Hospitals Cancel Elective Surgeries, Ration Patient Care; U.S. Economy Lost 701,000 Jobs In March Worst Still To Come. Aired 12:30-1p ET
• Chicago's Stockpile of Medical Supplies Awaits Federal Additions; Interview with San Francisco Federal Reserve President and CEO Mary Daly; Interview with Surgical Residents Behind Viral "Imagine" Video. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• Pressure Grows For Nationwide Shutdown As Cases Surge; 1,200+ Passengers Heading Home After Virus-Stricken Cruises Dock; Detroit Hospitals Running Low On ICU Beds, Medical Supplies. Aired 10-10:30a ET
• Pressure Grows for Nationwide Shutdown as Deaths Top 6,000; NY Governor Warns Time Running Out for Finding Medical Equipment; NY Governor Cuomo Gives Update on Coronavirus Response. Aired 11-11:30a ET
• New York to Exhaust Equipment Supplies This Week; Interview with Pandemic Expert Theresa MacPhail; Reports From Medical Workers. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• NY Governor Cuomo Gives Update on Coronavirus Response; Dr. Michael Osterholm Discusses Coronavirus Spread, New York as Epicenter, Needed Stay-at-Home Orders; Death Rate in New Orleans Higher Than Rest of Country. Aired 11:30a-12p ET
• New York Governor Andrew Cuomo: Highest Single Day Increase in Deaths & Hospitalizations; 10 Percent Of Pennsylvania Nursing Homes Have At Least One Case; Dr. Deborah Birx: We're Still Not Receiving 100 Percent Of The Tests; Congressional Candidate In Detroit Contracts Virus. Aired 12-12:30p ET
• U.S At Crossroads As 10 States Still Without Stay-At-Home Order; Top Administration Officials Said Last Year Threat Kept Them Up At Night; Contagion Writer Says, I never Would Have Imagined Federal Blunders. Aired 1-1:30p ET
• "Contagion" Writer & Consulting Doctor Speak on Coronavirus; A Look at the Many Impacts of the Coronavirus Across the U.S.; Trump Attacks 3M after Using Defense Production Act; Glenn Tolbert, Detroit Bus Drivers Union Director, Discusses a Bus Driver Complaining About a Person Coughing Without Covering Her Mouth on Bus and Dies Days Later. Aired 1:30-2p ET
• Jared Kushner Blasted for Calling the National Emergency Stockpile "Our" Stockpile, Not States'; Interview with Presidential Candidate Sen. Bernie Sanders (D-VT); NJ Firefighter Dies of Coronavirus at 33 Years Old. Aired 2:30-3p ET


April 02, 2020
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• U.S. Maintains the Highest Number of COVID-19 Cases; WHO Warns More People Will Die from the Virus; Millions Will be Out of Work; Religious Groups Giving Headaches to Israeli Authorities; U.S. to Limit Its Aid to Allies; Coronavirus Pandemic; WHO, Global Infection Will Soon Be 1,000,000; Democracy Under Threat Amid Virus; European Union, Emergency Measures Must Not Last Indefinitely; New York City Becomes A Ghost Town Amid Covid-19; HBO Max To Launch In May; Should We Make Our Own Masks; How To Help During Coronavirus Crisis; Coronavirus Upends Another Sporting Event; Working From Home; Love In The Time Of Coronavirus Pandemic. Aired 3-4a ET
• Backlog Of 160,000 Coronavirus Tests In Just One Lab; Italian Filmmaker Documents The Virus Up Close; Sailors From USS Theodore Roosevelt To Quarantine In Guam. Aired 5:30-6a ET
• Johns Hopkins: 939,000+ Cases Globally, 47,000+ Deaths; Backlog in Processing Tests; Trump Warns of Many Painful Days to Come; Grocery Rush Leaves Bare Shelves for Low-Income Families. Aired 5-5:30a ET
• New York Hospital Struggle to Stay Ahead of Virus; Stay-At- Home Orders Issued in Florida, Georgia and Mississippi; Pence Seeks to Blame CDC, China for Delayed Response; Giant Wave of Jobless Claims Expected in U.S.; U.S. Nurse Couldn't Get Tested, Worked While Infected; USNS Comfort Begins Treating Patients in New York City; Italy Extends National Lockdown Until April 13. Aired 4-4:30a ET
• Parts of Europe Make Public Mask Use Mandatory; W.H.O. CDC Recommend Wearing Masks Only If Sick; Online Tutorial Show How to Make Your Own Face Mask; European Governments Looking into Virus Tracing App; Backlog of 160,000 Tests in Just One Lab; Olympian Releases Song for Disappointed Athletes. Aired 4:30-5a ET
• WHO: COVID-19 Soon to Hit 1 Million Cases; Almost 90 Percent of Americans Facing Stay-at-Home Orders; Australian PM: We Are Slowing the Spread; Florida Governor Issues Stay-At-Home Order amid Pressure; UAE: Our COVID-19 Testing "Eclipses" Western Powers; E.U.: Emergency Measures Must Not Last Indefinitely; Coronavirus Testing Backlogged in U.S.; Trump Administration Blames China for Delayed Virus Response; Analysts: U.S. Unemployment May Top Five Million; U.S. Sailors Evacuated from Battleship Hit by Coronavirus; Israel's Ultra- Orthodox Jews Ignoring Anti-Virus Measures; Panama Imposes Stay-at- Home Rules by Gender. Aired 12-1a ET
• Experts Tell White House Virus Can Spread Through Talking, Breathing; Florida Official Says, Deal Reached For Virus-Stricken Ships To Dock; Nearly 96 Percent Of Americans Told To Stay Home As Death Toll Tops 5,000. Aired 10-10:30a ET
• WHO: COVID-19 Soon to Hit 1 Million Cases; Nearly All Americans Facing Stay-at-Home Orders; Spain in a Phase of Stabilization; E.U.: Emergency Measures Must Not Last Indefinitely; UAE: Our COVID-19 Testing "Eclipses" Western Powers; U.S. Nurse Couldn't Get Tested, Worked While Infected; Italy Extends National Lockdown Until At Least April 13; India Is One Week Into The World's Largest Lockdown. Aired 2-3a ET
• Coronavirus-Stricken Cruise Ships Set to Arrive Off Florida Coast; Florida Governor Issues Statewide Stay-at-Home Order After Intense Pressure; Ninety Percent of Americans Told to Stay Home as Death Toll Tops 5,000; Record 6.6 Million Americans Filed Jobless Claims Last Week; Dire Need for Medical Supplies in New York Continues. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• Grief In America Swells As Coronavirus Deaths Top 5,000; Veterans' Nursing Home Under Probe For Coronavirus Cluster. Aired 1- 1:30p ET
• Assessing Asian Coronavirus Responses Months Later; New York's Additional Medical Capacity is Ready; Interview with Coca-Cola CEO James Quincey. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• How Contagious Is Coronavirus?; Record 6.6 Million File For Unemployment. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• Largest U.S. Health Care Lab Tackles Backlog of 160,000 Tests; 12 States have not Ordered Residents to Stay Home; State Department Tracking 24,000 Americans who may be Stranded Abroad; FDA Authorizes First Coronavirus Antibody Test; Experts Tell White House Virus can Spread through Talking and Breathing; Dr. Fauci Forced to Beef Up Security as Death Threats Grow. Aired 9:30-10a ET
• Cruise Ships Stuck at Sea; Captain Tells Passengers on Cruise Ship with Coronavirus Cases to Prepare to Disembark in Florida; Russia Sends Plane Full of Supplies of Protective Gear, Ventilators to The U.S.; Lupus Patients Concerned with Shortage Now of Hydroxychloroquine. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• Experts Say Virus May Spread Easier than Described by Talking or Breathing; Los Angeles Mayor Garcetti Urges Residents to Wear Masks When in Public; NYC Mayor De Blasio Pleads for Medical Supplies as Cases Surge; Dr. Jan Zislis Discusses Battle in Connecticut to Maintain Medical Supplies; Record 6.6 Million Americans File for Unemployment. Aired 11-11:30a ET
• Democratic National Convention Delayed Due To Pandemic; NY Testing Malaria Drug As Possible Virus Treatment; Kraft Family Used Patriots' Team Plane To Fly Masks In From China. Aired 12:30-1p ET
• Medical Shortages Worsen at Hospitals; New Reports that Coronavirus May Transmit Through Breathing; Interview with FDNY Paramedic with Coronavirus. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• Standoff Between Ships & Florida Governor; Florida Governor Faces Criticism for Delaying Stay-at-Home Order; National Stockpile of N-95 Masks & Ventilators Being Depleted; NY Governor Cuomo Gives Update on Coronavirus Response. Aired 11:30a-12p ET
• New York Governor Andrew Cuomo Gives Update On Coronavirus Response; CNN's Chris Cuomo Quarantined At Home With Coronavirus; New York Governor Andrew Cuomo: Number Of People Discharged From Hospital Is Way Up; New York Governor Andrew Cuomo: 1,157 New Patients Hospitalized In Last 24 Hours; Experts Tell White House Virus Can Spread Through Talking, Breathing. Aired 12-12:30p ET
• Update on Coronavirus from Around the Country; Louisiana "Warning": Rise in Cases and Deaths after Test Logjam; Record 6.6 Million Americans File for Unemployment; Pelosi Is Talking a Phase Four Stimulus But Some Republicans Recommend Waiting; Dr. LaMont Smith Discusses a Cluster of Virus Cases "Hitting Like a Bomb" Following 2 Funerals in Albany, GA; Texas Lawmakers Has Blunt Message to Spring Breakers: "Quit Being an Ass". Aired 1:30-2p ET
• Toronto Mayor John Tory Discusses Banning All Public Events Until End of June; Agreement Reach for Passengers to Disembark from Cruise Ships off Florida's Coast; Rep. Chrissy Houlahan (D-PA), and Brother, Jason, Who's a Surgical Nurse, Discuss Need for Rural Communities to Act Now against Virus and Trump Blaming States for Not Being Prepared. Aired 2:30-3p ET


April 01, 2020
• Did Not Air 1-2a ET
• Trump Warns of "Very Painful" Two Weeks Ahead; Cruise Ship off Florida Reports at least Four Deaths; Illinois Governor: White House Sent the Wrong Masks; Inside Look at Spain's Makeshift Hospital; U.S. Hospital Revamped for COVID-19 Patients; Popup Hospital with 4,000 Beds to Open in London; White House Weighs Asking People to Wear Masks; Designers, Seamstresses Try to Fill Shortage of Masks; India Quarantines Members of Delhi Religious Gathering; South Africa Begins Three-Week Lockdown; China Prepares for Influx of Imported Cases; Roma Football Club Helping Out Elderly Fans. Aired 12-1a ET
• U.S. Braces for More COVID Casualties; Local Leaders and Healthcare Workers Pleas for More Supplies; Homeless People Forced to Stay in Tents; Mass Testing is a Must; Coronavirus Pandemic; President Trump Warns Of Very Painful Two Weeks Ahead; 13-Year-Old Boy Becomes The United Kingdom's Youngest Victim; Pop-Up Hospital With 4,000 Beds To Open In London; Renowned Neurosurgeon James Goodrich Dies From Covid-19; U.S. Seniors Isolated As Many Nursing Homes Ban Visitors; AS Roma Football Club Helping Out Elderly Fans; Striking The Right Record; A health expert from London shares the idea that a massive testing much be done in every country in the world and separate the infected people from non-infected because it is the only way that this virus could be eradicated. And unless it's been done, the economy will continue to cripple and millions more will sacrifice their lives. Aired 3-4a ET
• Nearly 185,500 Cases and 3,800+ Deaths in U.S.; U.S. Health Expert Says the Peak is Over Next Two Weeks; Hospitals Overwhelmed by Surge in Patients; Cruise Ship Off Florida Reports at Least 4 Deaths; Seattle Hospital Revamped for COVID-19 Patients; Pentagon Says It Still Has Not Sent Out Ventilators; U.S. Navy Aircraft Carrier Hit with Outbreak; Futures Fall After Dow's Worst First Quarter in History. Aired 4-4:30a ET
• 70 Sailors On U.S. Navy Ship Test Positive For COVID-19; South Africa Begins Three-Week Lockdown; Pop-Up Hospital With 4,000 Beds To Open In London. Aired 5:30-6a ET
• Rare Look Inside ICU Battling Coronavirus; WHO Warns World That Crisis is Far From Over; Financial Toll Growing Amid Pandemic. Aired 5-5:30a ET
• U.S. Seniors Isolated as many Nursing Homes Ban Visitors; Britain Scrambles to Contain Virus Spread; Spain's Health Ministry Says 849 More Deaths in 24 Hours; China to Start Reporting Asymptomatic Cases; Company Begins Antibody Testing in Colorado. Aired 4:30-5a ET
• Italy Reporting More Than 77,600 Active Cases; U.S. Hospitals Revamped For COVID-19 Patients; China Prepares For Influx Of Imported Cases; Trump Warns of "Very Painful" Two Weeks Ahead; Cruise Ship off Florida Reports at least Four Deaths; Illinois Governor: White House Sent the Wrong Masks; Inside Look at Spain's Makeshift Hospital; Countries Crack Down on Those Violating Lockdown; South Africa Reporting Nearly 1,400 Cases and Five Deaths. Aired 2-3a ET
• U.S. Death Toll from Virus Almost Doubles in Last 3 Days; Florida Governor Under Pressure to Issue Statewide Shutdown; Dr. Marissa Levine Discusses Florida Governor Not Issuing Shutdown Orders; Dr. Jason Shatkin Discusses How Health Care Workers Are Overwhelmed and How What He's Seen Has Changed Him; Small Businesses Under Pressure as Bills Come Due. Aired 11-11:30a ET
• Detroit Doctor says Michigan Hospitals Overwhelmed; Payments Due as Millions Are Out of Work; Nurse Struggles to get Coronavirus Test; Schools Scramble to Help Students. Aired 9:30-10a ET
• Florida Governor Issues Stay-At-Home Order; Health Care Workers At Risk; Trump Administration Projects At Least 100,000 Americans Will Die From Coronavirus. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• Small Businesses Under Pressure as Bills Come Due; Louisiana to Extend Stay-at-Home Order Until April 30th; Interview with Vice President Mike Pence. Aired 11:30a-12p ET
• Seattle Hospitals Prepare Additional ICU Space; Interview with Oklahoma Medical Worker; Private Companies Working to Repair Broken Ventilators. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• Florida Governor Issues Statewide Stay at Home Order After Pressure; New York ER Doctor Says Treating Coronavirus Patients Hardest Time of Her Career; Landlords Brace for Flood of Renters Who Cannot Pay; U.S. Reviews Guidance of Face Masks as Countries in Asia Encourage Use. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• New York Governor Cuomo Gives Update on Coronavirus Response; Cuomo: 391 People Have Died in State in Past 24 Hours. Aired 12:30-1p ET
• Interview with House Speaker Nancy Pelosi; Mayor Mary Castor (D-Tampa) Discusses Florida Governor Finally Issuing Statewide Stay- at-Home & Local Pastor Arrested for Defying Social-Distancing Order; A Look at Urgent Need for Medical Supplies & Equipment Around the Country; Jeffrey Helmreich Discusses His Father Who Walked Nearly Every NYC Block & Died from Coronavirus; Scientist Kevin Kit Parker Discusses Using 3-D Printed Swabs Amid Hospital Shortages. Aired 1:30- 2p ET
• Trump Warns Of Very Tough Two Weeks Ahead; Louisiana Governor To Extend Stay-At-Home Order Through April 30; Washington State Sees Spike In New Cases, Ranks Fifth In U.S Deaths. Aired 10-10:30a ET
• Some States Still Resisting Stay-At-Home Orders; Wolf Blitzer Goes One-On-One With Vice President Mike Pence On Coronavirus Response; Vice President Mike Pence: We Think Italy Is Closest Comparison For U.S. Projection; New York Governor Andrew Cuomo Gives Update On Coronavirus Response; Gov. Cuomo: 391 People Have Died In State In Past 24 Hours. Aired 12-12:30p ET
• New York Governor Says, 391 People Have Died In State In Past 24 Hours; Rep. Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) On Phase 4 Coronavirus Aid Package. Aired 1-1:30p ET
• Harvard's Dr. Dan Barouch Discusses U.S. Government, Johnson & Johnson Investing Billions To Produce & Test Vaccine He Helped Develop; David Spillers, Huntsville Hospital Systems CEO, Discusses Putting Testing On Hold & Closing Drive-Thru Testing Site Due To Inability To Get Needed Supplies; A Look At How Governments Around The World Are Cracking Down; Former NBA Player, Stephon Marbury, Discusses Working With Supplier To Deliver Masks To New York; Dr. Fauci Opens Up To Sanjay Gupta On Coping. Aired 2:30-3p ET
• New York Hospitals Closer to Breaking Point as Cases Surge; Florida Governor Under Pressure to Issue Statewide Shutdown; White House Projects 100,000 to 240,000 Americans Could Die. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• Florida Institutes Statewide Stay At Home Orders. New York Governor Andrew Cuomo is Taking A New Stop To Force Social Distancing by Closing Public Playgrounds; After Weeks Of Direction That Most Of The Public Should Not Wear Masks, That Guidance Could Soon Change. Aired 2-2:30p ET


March 31, 2020
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• War Zone Scene in New York Hospitals; President Trump Extends the Stay-at-Home Order; Indian Migrant Workers Sprayed with Disinfectant; Britain to Brace for the Next Wave; Coronavirus Pandemic; India's Government Pledges $23 Billion In Stimulus Package; Coronavirus Kills Entire Family; European Union Bands Together To Help Hardest-Hit Countries; Sweden Takes Own Approach To Combat Outbreak; Dubai Expo 2020 Likely To Be Postponed; President Trump And President Putin Discuss Oil Amid Price Crunch; Macy's, Kohl's, And Gap Furlough Thousands Of Employees; U.S. Stocks Tracking Worst Quarter Since 1987; Horse Racing Continues In Hong Kong Despite Coronavirus; The Heroes Next Door. Aired 3-4a ET
• States Racing To Build Field Hospitals For Patient Surge; Spain Now Has More Cases Of Coronavirus Than China; U.K. Bracing For Peak Of Coronavirus Outbreak. Aired 5:30-6a ET
• U.S. Records Deadliest Day; Top U.S. Doctor: Staying in Place Can Save Millions; 1 Ventilator, Multiple Patients. Aired 4-4:30a ET
• Hundreds Of Medical Workers Sick, Hospitals Fight Supply Shortages; New Orleans Sees Jump In COVID-19 Cases; Renowned Pediatric Neurosurgeon Dies From Coronavirus. Aired 10-10:30a ET
• Small Business Owners Worry Stimulus Funds Not Enough; Czech Republic Makes Masks Mandatory n Public Spaces. Aired 4:30-5a ET
• Inside New York Hospital on the Front Line of Outbreak; Louisiana Struggles to Enforce Social Distancing; Coronavirus Pandemic Taking a Toll on People's Financial Lives. Aired 5-5:30a ET
• Doctors In U.K. Prepare For Outbreak Peak; Dubai Expo 2020 Likely To Be Postponed; Staying Mentally Healthy During Social Distancing; U.S. Trails Other Countries in Per Capita Coronavirus Testing; Up to 200K Could Die from Virus in U.S.; Louisiana Struggles to Enforce Social Distancing; Doctors Modify Ventilators to Double Patient Coverage. Aired 2-3a ET
• U.S. Death Toll Surpasses 3,000 After Deadliest Day; Three Out of Four Americans Under Stay-at-Home Orders; Chicago Turns Convention Center into Field Hospital; Tent Hospital in New York City's Central Park to Begin Accepting Patients; Detroit Emerges as New Hot Spot as Michigan Cases Surge; Coronavirus Cases Soar in New Orleans. Aired 9- 9:30a ET
• Staying Mentally Healthy During Social Distancing; Inside New York Hospital on the Front Lines of Outbreak; Sweden Takes Own Approach to Combat Outbreak; U.S. Trails Other Countries in Per Capita Coronavirus Testing; More States Restrict Travel as Virus Spreads; Union Members Refusing to Work at Makeshift Hospital; White House: Up to 200K Could Die from Virus in U.S.; Movement of Indian Migrant Workers Causes Concern; E.U. Countries Divided over Virus Response. Aired 12-1a ET
• New Orleans Preparing; Coronavirus Cases Growing in United States; Interview With Former Vice President Joe Biden. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• Chicago Turns Convention Center into Hospital; Florida Denies Cruise Ship Docking; Atlanta May Near Hospital Capacity by May 3; Healthcare Workers Voice Fear and Frustration; Hundreds of Medical Workers Sick and Hospitals Fight Shortages; Economy Braces for Devastating Week. Aired 9:30-10a ET
• James Goodrich Dies of Coronavirus; Interview with Nurses on Coronavirus Frontlines; Interview with Los Angeles County Department of Public Health Director. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• Cruise Ship With Dozens of Sick Passengers Begs Florida to Allow It to Dock; Walmart Will Start Taking Worker's Temperatures; Interview with Joe Biden, Democratic Presidential Candidate on Trump's Handling of The Coronavirus Crisis; Biden Says Trump Should Stop Misleading the American People; Biden Says Trump Was Slow to Act; Nurse Starts Program to Spread Positivity Called Hope Huddles; Dr. Fauci Warns Second Virus Wave May Come in the Fall. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• Louisiana Coronavirus Cases Surge Past 4,000; CNN Analysis: NY's Rate of Increase in New Cases Appears to be Slowing; CDC Considers Everyday Americans Wear Masks; Montana Governor Says Needs More Tests as Trump Says Sees No Problem with Tests; Consumer Confidence Plunges as Coronavirus Cases Soar; Chefs' Warehouse CEO, Chris Pappas, Discusses Adapting, Branching Out to Supply Food & to Help Employees. Aired 11-11:30a ET
• Seattle Public Schools Superintendent, Denise Juneau, Discusses School Closures & Remote Learning; NY Governor Cuomo Gives Update on Coronavirus Response; CNN's Chris Cuomo Diagnosed with Coronavirus. Aired 11:30a-12p ET
• CNN's Chris Cuomo Diagnosed With Coronavirus; Anchor Chris Cuomo Says He Is Feeling Well And Will Continue To Work From Home; New York Governor Andrew Cuomo Gives Updates On Coronavirus Response, Says Forcing The States To Compete For Supplies Doesn't Make Sense; New York Governor Andrew Cuomo: We Have Ordered Thousands Of Ventilators From China. Aired 12-12:30p ET
• U.S Death Toll Surpasses 3,000 After Deadliest Day; Trump To Formally Unveil New Distancing Guidelines Based On Models; E.R. Nurse Says, Health Care Workers Are All On Edge. Aired 1-1:30p ET
• Update On Coronavirus Hotspots Emerging Around U.S.; Dr. Prateek Harne Discusses Being In A Battle Against Coronavirus And Being Scared; CNN Inside A Field Hospital In Hardest-Hit City Of Madrid; Pittsburgh Food Bank CEO & President, Lisa Scales, Discusses Food Banks Struggling As Demand Explodes Amid Layoffs. Aired 1:30-2p ET
• Louisiana Governor: New Orleans To Run Out Of Ventilators In Six days; Update On Coronavirus Response From Around The World; Goldman Sachs: U.S. GDP To Fall 34 Percent In Second Quarter; Cruise Ships Heading To Florida Still In Limbo. Aired 2:30-3p ET
• U.S. Death Toll From Coronavirus Surpasses 3,500 Deadliest Day; Coronavirus Taskforce Debating Whether To Advise Americans To Wear Masks; G.O.P. Governors Rebuke Trump's Claim On Testing Saying They Need More. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• NY Gov: Buying Supplies "Like Bidding On eBay" Against Feds, States; Acting Navy Secretary On Military's Battle With Coronavirus; Kentucky Has Nearly 500 Confirmed Coronavirus Cases. Aired 12:30-1p ET


March 30, 2020
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• Coronavirus Pandemic, At Least 139,700 Plus Cases, 2,400 Plus Deaths In United States; New York Governor Pays Homage To First Responders Lost To Virus; New York Takes Extra Measures To Fight Virus; Hospital Ship USNS Comfort To Arrive In New York; President Trump, Air Bridge To Get Medical Supplies To New York; Trump Says Hospitals Are Hoarding Supplies; Videos From Health Workers Reveal Dreadful Conditions; Medical Personnel Pleading For More Supplies; Detroit, Chicago, And New Orleans Becoming New Hot Spots; Louisiana Cases Climbing As Supplies Diminish; California Closes Vehicle Access To All State Parks; FDA Authorizes Emergency Use Of Anti-Malarial Drugs; Italy Now Has At Least 10,779 Covid-19 Deaths; Europe Struggles With Coronavirus; Arkansas Doctor Greets Son Through Glass Window. Aired 4-4:30a ET
• President Trump Extends Social Distancing Guidelines Until April 30th; New York Remains the Hardest-Hit State in the United States; California Closes Vehicle Access to All State Parks; U.S. Navy Hospital Ship Accepts the First non-COVID-19 Patients; EasyJet Grounds its Entire Fleet of Planes; Steve Mnuchin Says Stimulus Checks Could be Coming in Three Weeks; Impact on Jobs, Corporate Earnings an Ongoing Concern; New York Nightlife Shuts Down, Workers Need Help; Atlanta Salutes Medical Professionals; New Images Show Air Pollution Down Across Europe; Parrot's Social Distancing Message: "Don't Go Out;" More Lives to Lose; Doctors Voice Out Concerns on Supplies; Italy Set Another Record on Casualties; P.M. Johnson's Administration Criticized Amid Crisis. Aired 3-4a ET
• Europe Struggles As Number of Coronavirus Deaths Rise; Coronavirus Outbreak Takes A Growing Toll On First Responders In The U.S. Aired 5:30-6a ET
• Coronavirus Pandemic, Donald Trump, Wish We Could Have Our Old Life Back; U.S. Stock Futures Are Down; Impact On Jobs, Corporate Earnings An Ongoing Concern; Amazon Workers To Stage A Walkout Monday; U.S. Justice Department Reviews Stock Trades By Lawmakers After Coronavirus Briefings; Baby Born Prematurely March 10 Is In NICU In Atlanta; Country Singer Joe Diffie Dies Of Complications From Coronavirus; Japanese Comedian Ken Shimura Dies After Contracting Virus; 55 Million U.S. Students Affected By Closures; Protective Mask Shortage Solved With Snorkeling Masks; Food Takeout And Delivery Safe. Aired 4:30-5a ET
• Japanese Comedian Ken Shimura Dies Of Virus; U.K. Government Faces Criticism For Handling Of Crisis; 14-Day Cessation Of Movement Announced In Nigeria; President Trump Change Tune on Social Distancing; COVID-19 Kills Even Men in Uniform; Resourceful Priest Makes Way to Held a Mass; Migrant Workers Walk Thousands of Miles. Aired 2-3a ET
• COVID-19 Cases in the U.S. Rise to 139,700 with 2,400 Deaths; New York Governor Pays Homage to First Responders Lost to Coronavirus; Videos from Health Workers in New York Reveal Dreadful Working Conditions. Aired 5-5:30a ET
• Trump Extends Social Distancing Guidelines Until April 30; FDA Approves Emergency Use Of Anti-Malarial Drugs For Virus; Hot Spots Emerging Across U.S. As Cases Surge. Aired 10-10:30a ET
• New Orleans Emerges One of Coronavirus Hotspots in the U.S.; New Jersey Cases Surge Past 13,000; CDC Issues Travel Advisory to New York, New Jersey and Connecticut; Field Hospital Built in New York City's Central Park; New York Hospital Workers on Frontlines of "Medical War Zone." Aired 9-9:30a ET
• Interview with Mayor of San Diego Kevin Faulconer (R); Live Coverage as USNS Comfort Docks in New York City; Amazon and Instacart Workers Strike Today. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• Family Says Goodbye to Mother Over FaceTime; FDA Authorizes 15- Minute Coronavirus Test. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• New York First Responders Struggle to Keep Up; Prioritizing Patients in the U.K.; Long-Term Effects of Distance Learning. Aired 9:30-10a ET
• Family Says Goodbye to Mother Dying of Coronavirus; Detroit Braces to Be Next Hotspot for Virus; Louisiana Officials Fearful Outbreak Will Strain Hospitals; San Francisco Was First City with Strict Restrictions But Did It Help Slow Virus?; Navy Ship Starts Treating Non-Coronavirus Patients to Free Up Hospitals. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• Trump Suggests Hospitals Exaggerating Supply Shortages; Dr. Birx: Rural Areas Need To Prepare As Much As Cities; Need For 'Remote Learning' Exposes America's Digital Divide. Aired 12:30-1p ET
• Trump Extends Social Distancing Guidelines Through April, Administration Says 100,000 in U.S. May Die; Trump Lashes Out at Critics, Including Speaker Pelosi; New York Hospital Workers on Frontlines of "Medical War Zone"; Dr. Jonathan Gelber Discusses Lessons Learned on Efforts to Flatten the Curve. Aired 11-11:30a ET
• Some Amazon, Instacart Workers To Strike Citing Unsafe Conditions; Mayor Patrick Payton (R), Midland Discusses Coronavirus Outbreak Compounding Misery After Low Global Oil Prices Hit City's Economy; U.K. Facing Up To Six Months In Lockdown; NY Mayor de Blasio Welcomes "USNS Comfort" & Speaks On Coronavirus Response; State Rep. David Bowen (D-WI) Discusses Over 1,100 Cases In Wisconsin, 13 Dead, & African-American Community Hit Hard. Aired 11:30a-12p ET
• President Donald Trump Extends Social Distancing Guidelines Through April; Louisiana Lieutenant Governor: We Will Run Out Ventilators This Week; Experts Warn Detroit Trajectory Could Be Similar To New York; Former NFL Player Dr. Myron Rolle On Front Lines Of Pandemic; Dr. Deborah Birx: Federal, State And Local Governments Share Responsibility. Aired 12-12:30p ET
• U.S Coronavirus Deaths Near 2,500, Almost Half In New York; CNN Goes Inside A New York City Hospital That's Now A Medical War Zone; Gov. Andrew Cuomo (D-NY) Holds News Conference As Deaths Rise. Aired 1-1:30p ET
• NY Governor Cuomo Gives Update On Coronavirus Response; Cuomo Responds To Trump Questioning Need For Equipment, Saying Maybe It's Going Out Backdoor. Aired 1:30-2p ET
• Updates On Coronavirus From Around The World; Cardiologist, Dr. Heval Kelli, Discusses CDC Guidelines Allowing Doctors Asymptomatic, If Not Showing Symptoms, Allowed To Work; Updates On Coronavirus Across The U.S.; Florida Governor Rejecting Cruise Ship Headed There After Four Deaths Onboard; New York State Funeral Directors Association President, Mike Lanotte, Discusses Funerals Being Held With Only Immediate Family Members & Need For Protective Equipment. Aired 2:30-3p ET
• Field Hospital Set Up in New York Central Park; Experimental Treatment Uses Blood Plasma From Survivors. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• Trump Extends Social Distancing Guidelines Until April 30; Videos From Health Workers Reveal Dreadful Conditions; U.S. Faces Highest Known Number Of Virus Cases. Aired 1-2a ET


March 29, 2020
• Trump Backing Off Putting Parts of New York, New Jersey and Connecticut under Quarantine; Navy Hospital Ships Won't Treat Coronavirus; Health Care Workers on the Front Lines; U.K. Expanding Medical Capacity; U.K. Couple Feed NHS Workers; Spanish Official Says Country Approaching Peak. Aired 3-4a ET
• Travel Advisory for New York, New Jersey and Connecticut; Global Death Toll Surpasses 30K; COVID-19 Claims More than 10K in Italy; U.K. Expanding Medical Capacity; French Prime Minister: Next Two Weeks Will Be the Toughest; Navy Hospital Ships Won't Treat Coronavirus; Australia Limits Gatherings to Two People; Japanese Prime Minister: Country on Verge of National Emergency; Singapore over 800 Confirmed Cases; China Resuming Mass Transit in Wuhan. Aired 4-5a ET
• Travel Advisory For New York, New Jersey And Connecticut; Navy Hospital Ships Won't Treat Coronavirus; COVID-19 Claims More Than 10K In Italy; French Prime Minister: Next Two Weeks Will Be The Toughest; U.K. Expanding Medical Capacity; Spanish Official Says Country Approaching Peak; Australia Limits Gatherings To Two People; Irish Survivor Describes Illness; Infection Threat Changes U.S. Daily Life. Aired 5-6a ET
• White House Task Force Gets Proposed Guidelines On Reducing Restrictions; Coronavirus Pandemic; Interview With Rep. Raja Krishnamoorthi (D-IL); Third Member Of NYPD Dies, Hundreds More Test Positive; In Maryland, 66 Nursing Home Patients Test Positive For Coronavirus, One Dead; U.S Cities Scramble To Help Homeless Amid Coronavirus Outbreak; U.K Official Says, Lockdown Could Last Significant Period. Aired 2-3p ET
• Dr. Fauci Says U.S. Could See Millions Of Coronavirus Cases And 100,000 Or More Deaths; New York Racetrack To Become Temporary Hospital Site; Private Plane Crashes Carrying Coronavirus Patient To Japan. Aired 3-4p ET
• Trump Extends Federal Social Distancing Guidelines Through April 30th; Hard-Hit New York Hospital Struggles with Overcrowding and Shortages. Aired 8-9p ET
• President Donald Trump Makes An Apparent About Face On A Quarantine In Three Northeastern States; England Scrambling For Hospital Beds As Spanish Authorities Issue New Lockdown Measures; Love In The Time Of Coronavirus. Aired 2-3a ET
• Trump Extends Federal Social Distancing Guidelines Through April 30th; Hard-Hit New York Hospital Struggles with Overcrowding and Shortages. Aired 9-10p ET
• Gov. Cuomo Tries to Pacify and Inform N.Y. Citizens; N.Y. Looks For Alternative Sites to Build Make-Shift Hospitals; Dr. Fauci Predicts That The U.S. Will See Between 100,000 and 200,000 Deaths From The Novel Coronavirus. Aired 1-2p ET


March 28, 2020
• U.S. Leads World in Cases as Death Toll Jumps; Infection Strikes Highest Levels of U.K. Government; China Bans Most Foreign Visitors; Scenes of Kindness and Hope amid Outbreak. Aired 3-3:30a ET
• U.S. Leads World in Cases as Death Toll Jumps; Officials Try to Counter Trump's Misstatements on Coronavirus; Infection Strikes Highest Levels of U.K. Government; Spain in "War" to Buy Medical Supplies; Louisiana Plans for Onslaught of Patients; Passenger Describes Ship Isolation; Italy Reports Nearly 1,000 Deaths, 4K+ New Cases on Friday; India Reports Biggest Single-Day Jump in Cases; New Yorkers Thank Essential Workers; Caring for Loved Ones with COVID-19. Aired 4-5a ET
• FDA Approves New Coronavirus Test; Hospitals in New York Face Strain on Resources Due to Coronavirus Spread; President Trump Invokes Defense Production Act to Order General Motors to Produce Ventilators; President Trump to See Off Navy Hospital Ship USNS Comfort as It Heads for New York City; President Trump Signs Economic Stimulus Bill; Rep. Ben Ray Lujan (D-NM) Interviewed on Possibility of Second Economic Stimulus Package as Coronavirus Pandemic Continues; Medical Supplies Run Low as Number of Coronavirus Patients Increases across U.S.; Restaurant in New Orleans Providing Meals to Health Care Workers. Aired 10-11a ET
• U.S. Leads World in Cases as Death Toll Jumps; Medical Workers Face Virus without Proper Gear; Democratic Contenders Weigh in on the Epidemic; Infection Strikes Highest Levels of U.K. Government; Spain in "War" to Buy Medical Supplies; Closures, Layoffs Take Heavy Toll on U.S. Workers; Italy Reports Nearly 1,000 Deaths, 4K+ New Cases on Friday; India Reports Biggest Single-Day Jump in Cases; Japan Records 100+ New Cases in a Single Day; Scenes of Kindness and Hope amid Outbreak. Aired 5-6a ET
• President Trump Mentions Possible Quarantine for New York, New Jersey, and Connecticut; New York Governor Andrew Cuomo States President Trump Did Not Discuss Possible Quarantine with Him; Seattle Mayor Jenny Durkan Interviewed on Turning Football Field into Military Hospital; San Francisco Mayor London Breed Interviewed on San Francisco Hospital Bracing for Coronavirus Outbreak; FDA Approves New Coronavirus Test; Italy Experiencing Continued High Death Toll from Coronavirus; President Trump Sees Off Navy Hospital Ship USNS Comfort as It Heads for New York City; U.S. Surgeon General Says Detroit, Chicago, and New Orleans Now Hot Spots in Coronavirus Pandemic; Former Senator Tom Coburn Passes Away; Civil Right Leader Joseph Lowery Passes Away. Aired 2-3p ET
• U.S. Death Toll Tops 1,500, Now Over 102,000-Plus Cases; Doctors, Nurses Reusing Protective Gear Amid Crisis; New Orleans Emerges As Coronavirus Hotspot; USNS Comfort Heading To New York City; Italy Surpasses China In Number Of Both Cases And Deaths; U.K. Prime Minister, Health Secretary Both Have Coronavirus; Congress Passes Historic $2 Trillion Aid Package; Health Care Heroes Honored Around The Globe. Aired 11a-12p ET
• First NYPD Detective Dies From Coronavirus; New York Governor Andrew Cuomo Holds Briefing On Coronavirus Response; New York Governor Andrew Cuomo: State May Be 21 Days Away From Hitting The Peak, Trump Approved Four New Sites For Medical Facilities. Aired 12-1p ET
• NY Cases Surge To 45,000-Plus, More Than 26,000 In NYC; Hospitals Struggling As U.S. Tops Coronavirus Cases Globally; Massachusetts Reports 35 Coronavirus Deaths, 800-Plus New Cases; Sen. Rick Scott (R-FL) Is Interviewed About How He Feels After 14-Day Self- Quarantine; NY Governor Says Some Hospitals Shifting To Only Coronavirus Treatment; Clinical Psychologist, Dr. Jeff Gardere, Discusses How To Deal With Stress During Crisis; Trump Signing Economic Relief Package Overshadowed By Newspapers' Grim Coronavirus News. Aired 1-2p ET
• Trump Considering Short-Term Quarantine Of Parts Of New York, New Jersey And Connecticut; Surgeon General Says, New Orleans Emerges As Virus Hot Spot; Faces Of Unemployment Amid The Coronavirus Pandemic; Trump Signs Historic $2 Trillion Economic Stimulus Bill; "Apocalyptic" Scenes From Inside A New York Hospital; Dr. Anne Rimoin Answers Viewers' Coronavirus Questions; "CNN Heroes" Making A Difference Amid Crisis. Aired 3-4p ET
• Trump Considering Short-Term Quarantine Of Parts Of New York, New Jersey & Connecticut; Trump Opens Door To Calling Up Former Servicemembers; Fifty-One Doctors In Italy Die From Coronavirus; Dr. Russell Weg Discusses His Doctor Father Contracting Coronavirus; Dr. Glenn Budnick Discusses First Infant Death Of Coronavirus In Illinois & How To Protect Children. Aired 4-5p ET
• Trump Considering Tri-State Quarantine; First U.S. Infant Death From Coronavirus; Supply Crisis For Hospitals Fighting Coronavirus; Interview With New York Governor Andrew Cuomo; Breaking Down The Coronavirus Emergency Stimulus Package. Aired 5-6p ET
• U.S. Is First Country To Report 113,000 Plus Coronavirus Cases; Sudden Announcement From President Trump That He Is Considering A Quarantine Of Parts Of New York, Connecticut And New Jersey. Aired 6- 7p ET


March 27, 2020
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• Did Not Air 2-3a ET
• Did Not Air 3-4p ET
• Louisiana Emerges As Potential New COVID-19 Hotspot; Doctors Describe "Apocalyptic" Scenes At New York Hospital; Doctors Search For Safe, Effective COVID-19 Drugs. Aired 5:30-6a ET
• No One Agrees with President Trump's Easing of Rules; U.S. Now Ranks the Top in COVID Cases; China Bans Foreigners from Coming in; Death Toll in Spain Doubled; Young People in France Hit by the Virus; Asia Markets Improve After Wall Street Gains; Coronavirus Pandemic, U.S. House Expected To Vote On Relief Bill Friday; U.S. Unemployment Claims Skyrocket, Shatter Records; Record 3.3 Million Americans File For Unemployment; G20 Leaders Vow At Virtual Meeting To Overcome Covid-19; Emerging Markets Suffer Through Virus Outbreak; lack Of Global Coordination Hampers Response; U.S. House To Vote On $2 Trillion Stimulus Plan; South Africa Under Lockdown; Japan Olympics, The High Price Of Postponement. Aired 3-4a ET
• U.S. Cases Four Times Greater Per Capita Than China; Italy's Outbreak a Preview for America; China Banning Most Foreigners from Entering the Country; Asian Markets Rally after Dow Surges for Third Day; G-20 Leaders Meet Virtually, Commit to Overcoming COVID-19; Record 3.3. Million Americans File Unemployment Claims; Japan Braces for Economic Impact of Postponing Olympics; Hundreds of Trekkers Stranded in Nepal's Mountain Trails; Syrian Refugees Brace for Coronavirus 'Tsunami'. Aired 12-1a ET
• U.S. Takes Global Lead in Coronavirus Cases; Doctor Describes "Apocalyptic" Scene at NYC Hospital; Record U.S. Unemployment Claims. Aired 5-5:30a ET
• Trump Doubts Cuomo's Prediction NY Will Need 30,000 Ventilators; Coronavirus Hits New York Police Department; Citywide Curfew in Miami Goes into Effect Tonight; Dr. Andrew Artenstein Discusses Massive Surge of Coronavirus Cases in Massachusetts & Answers Viewers' Questions on Coronavirus; Family of 31-Year-Old Coronavirus Victim in Missouri Speaks to CNN. Aired 11-11:30a ET
• U.S. Surpasses China with Most Reported Cases; Hospitals Scrambling to Keep Medical Supplies Stocked; Louisiana Emerges as Potential New COVID-19 Hotspot; 3.3 Million Americans File for Unemployment Insurance; U.S. House to Vote on $2 Trillion Stimulus Soon. Aired 4-4:30a ET
• U.S. Military Aids in Coronavirus Response; U.S. Still Lags on Testing; Interview with President of Council on Foreign Relations Richard Haass. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• Detroit Emerging as Virus Hotspot; Factories Race to Make Masks; Health Care Heroes Honored. Aired 9:30-10a
• New Jersey Testing Sites Open for Firs Responders; NY Governor Cuomo Gives Update on Coronavirus Response. Aired 11:30a-12p ET
• U.S. Navy Mercy Hospital Ship Arrives In Los Angeles; MI Doctor: "Need To Build Alternative Care Sites"; Doctors Search For Safe, Effective Covid-19 Drugs. Aired 12:30-1p ET
• House Passes $2 Trillion Coronavirus Aid Bill; White House Options for Reopening States Not Finalized Yet; Trump Lashes Out at G.M. over Ventilator Production; City Councilman, Mark Levine, (D-NY), Discusses Getting Coronavirus Symptoms & Not Tested to Avoid Straining System; Hungry & Homeless Are Most Vulnerable Amid Outbreak, Including Military Families. Aired 1:30-2p ET
• U.S. Leads World in Confirmed Coronavirus Cases; Surgeon Generals Says New Orleans a Coronavirus Hotspot; Interview with Mayor Carlos Gimenez (R-FL) about Stay-at-Home Order; British Prime Minister Boris Johnson Tests Positive for Coronavirus; Trump to Unveil Distancing Guidelines Based on County Risk. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• U.S. Leads World In Confirmed Coronavirus Cases; WHO Urging Major Action From World Leaders; Army Prepares To Treat Non-COVID-19 Patients At Convention Center. Aired 10-10:30a ET
• New York Governor Andrew Cuomo: Looking For Possible Apex In 21 Days; New York Governor Andrew Cuomo: Curve Is Still Going Up, Hope To See Flattening Soon; Andrew Cuomo Responds To Trump: I Don't Operate Based On Opinions; President Donald Trump Lashes Out General Motors Over Ventilators. Aired 12-12:30p ET
• Surgeon General Says, Detroit, Chicago, New Orleans New Hotspots; U.S. Now Epicenter With Most Coronavirus Cases In World; Sen. Amy Klobuchar (D-MN) Speaks Out On Husband's Coronavirus Battle. Aired 1-1:30p ET
• A Look at Coronavirus Cases & Responses Around the World; E.R. Dr. Leana Wen Discusses British P.M. Testing Positive for Coronavirus, What Baltimore Can Expect as Virus Case Increases; New Jersey Testing Sites Open for First Responders; E.R. Dr. Rob Davidson Discusses Trump Attack Governor Whitmer (D-MI) After She Asked for Federal Emergency Declaration. Aired 2:30-3p ET
• U.S. Now The Epicenter With Most Coronavirus Cases In The World; Bill Gates Warns Entire U.S. Needs To Be Shut Down For Six To 10 Weeks; British Prime Minister And Minister Of Health Test Positive For Coronavirus. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• Is Italy's Outbreak a Preview for America?; Number of Dead in Spain Exceeds 4,000; Japan Braces for Economic Impact of Postponed Olympics; Doctors Describe Apocalyptic Scenes at New York Hospital; The World Pays Tribute to Health Care Workers. Aired 4:30-5a ET


March 26, 2020
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• President Trump Awaits to Sign the $2 Trillion Stimulus Bill; Spain's Death Toll Outpaced China; The Big Apple Turned into a Huge Hospital Zone; Russia's COVID Cases Raises Eyebrows. Aired 3-4a ET
• New York Remains Epicenter Of Coronavirus; U.K. Government Asks For Volunteers To Help Fight Coronavirus; Problems With Testing Hamper Response To Coronavirus Outbreak. Aired 5:30-6a ET
• U.S. Senate Approves $2 Trillion Stimulus Deal; Coronavirus Pandemic; Louisiana Getting Hit and Shutting Down; U.S. and China Escalate Blame Game over Outbreak; Financial Benefit in Package for Single Americans; Asian Markets Mixed after Wall Street Climbs Again; Number of Cases Across U.S. Rise, Peak Feared Weeks Away; Germany's Death Toll Remains Low as Cases Surge in Europe; Putin Urges Russians to Stay Home to Combat Virus; Prince Charles is Self-Isolation after Testing Positive; Keeping the Olympic Spirit Alive in the Face of Adversity. Aired 12-1a ET
• U.S. Death Toll Nears 1,000 After Deadliest Day; Senate Comes Together on Stimulus Bill; Why It's Taking Days for Coronavirus Test Results. Aired 5-5:30a ET
• Number Of Cases Across U.S. Rise, Peak Feared Weeks Away; U.S. And China Escalate Blame Game Over Outbreak; U.K. Government Asks For Volunteers To Help Fight Virus; Coronavirus Pandemic; Japan Reports Biggest One-Day Spike in Infections; U.S. Senate Approves $2 Trillion Stimulus Deal. Aired 2-3a ET
• Unresolved U.S. Problems Continue Abroad; Medical Knowledge About Coronavirus Increasing; $2 Trillion Stimulus Bill Passes Senate. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• Jobless Claims Released; Stopping the Hoarding of Possible Virus Treatment Drugs; Doctors Die of Coronavirus in Italy; Japan's Response to the Coronavirus; Two Boston Hospitals with Coronavirus Infected Employees. Aired 9:30-10a ET
• At Least 65,000 Cases, More than 900 Deaths in the U.S.; U.S. Senate Approves $2 Trillion Stimulus Package; Spain Overtakes China's COVID-19 Death Toll; Problems with Testing Hamper Response to Outbreak. Aired 4-4:30a ET
• What's in the $2 Trillion Stimulus Package for Average Americans; Virtual Learning Tests U.S. Higher Education System; Italy Reports Decline in New Cases for a Fourth Day; The New Normal in the City That Never Sleeps. Aired 4:30-5a ET
• Surge of Patients Start to Overwhelm U.S. Hospitals; U.S. Coronavirus Death Toll Nears 1,000; Cases of Coronavirus Surge Across U.S. Rise to More Than 65,000. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• Pelosi Speaks as Senate Passes Aid Bill, Sends to House; New York City Hospitals Overwhelmed by Coronavirus Patients; Weekly Jobless Claims at Whopping 3.28 Million; Fed Chair: "This is Not Typical Downturn"; Dr. Alexander Salerno Discusses Lack of Equipment & Test Kits Despite Trump Saying All Who Need Testing Are Being Tested. Aired 11-11:30a ET
• Dr. Alexander Salerno Discusses Lack of Equipment & Test Kits Despite Trump Saying All Who Need Testing Are Being Tested; NY Governor Cuomo Gives Update on Coronavirus Response. Aired 11:30a-12p ET
• NY GOV: Almost Any Realistic Scenario Will Overwhelm Hospitals; Weekly Jobless Claims Soar To All-Time High Of 3.28 Million; Spain Reports 56,000 Plus Known Cases And 4,000 Plus Deaths. Aired 12:30-1p ET
• New York Governor Andrew Cuomo: Almost Any Realistic Scenario Will Overwhelm Hospitals; United States Coronavirus Death Toll Tops 1,000; New York Governor Andrew Cuomo: Feds Did Not Address State's Needs In Aid Bill; New York Governor Andrew Cuomo Updates Coronavirus Response; New York Governor Andrew Cuomo: We Have Enough Protective Equipment For Immediate Need. Aired 12-12:30p ET
• Dire Alarm, People Are Dying As Hospitals Overwhelmed; U.S. Sees Deadliest Day Yet, Coronavirus Death Top 1,000; Los Angeles Mayor Warns City May Be Shut Down For Months. Aired 1-1:30p ET
• Coronavirus Cases Explode in Louisiana Following Mardi Gras; Trump's Trade Adviser, Peter Navarro, Discusses The Medical Supply Chain and Where Things Stand; Military Souse Gives Birth Isolated from Husband, Family. Aired 1:30-2p ET
• Record 3.3 Million Americans Filed Jobless Claims Last Week; U.S Coronavirus Death Toll Nears 1,000; New York City Becomes Epicenter Of Virus In U.S. Aired 10-10:30a ET
• U.S. Sees Deadliest Day Yet As Coronavirus Deaths Top 1,000; 3.3 Million File For Unemployment This Week. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• Yale's Dr. Steven Choi Discusses Trump's Idea to Restart Economy by Easter & Dr. Fauci Saying the Virus Will Set the Timeline; A Look at How the World is Fighting the Coronavirus Crisis; Miami Heat's Udonis Haslem Scolds Spring Breakers for Endangering People by Keeping Travel Plans; National Spokesperson for National Child Abuse Hotline, Rebecca Cooper, Discusses Impact of School Closings on Victims of Child Abuse. Aired 2:30-3p ET


March 25, 2020
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• WHO Warns the U.S. Could Be the Next Coronavirus Epicenter; Trump Wants an Easter Economy Reopening; Nearly Half the U.S. Under Stay-at-Home Orders; China Easing Travel Restrictions; Tokyo 2020 Postponed; Virus Threatens Health of Europe's Medical Personnel; Virus Killing More Men Than Women Worldwide; Asia Markets Rally on Stimulus Hopes; Trump Wants U.S. Economy Opened Up by Easter; Biden Says He Would Have Enacted Defense Production Act; Renewed Restrictions After Spike in Hong Kong Cases. Aired 12-1a ET
• Coronavirus Pandemic; U.S. Lawmakers Agree On $2 Trillion Stimulus Package; Italian Authorities Report More Than 6,800 Deaths; No New Cases In Codogno, Italy On Tuesday; Italy's Hospital Pushed To The Brink; Lifting The Lockdown In China; Hong Kong's Renewed Battle; Stimulus Package of $2 Trillion Now Approved; More Men Die from Virus Than Women; Asian Markets Eager to Recover Losses; Youth Not Exempted Anymore from the Virus. Aired 3-4a ET
• White House, Senate Reach Historic $2 Trillion Stimulus Deal; Nearly Half the U.S. Under Stay-at-Home Orders; U.S. Lawmakers Agree On $2 Trillion Stimulus Package; Japan And IOC Agree To Postpone 2020 Olympics; Israeli Police Enforcing Self-Isolation Orders. Aired 2-3a ET
• Senate, White House Strike Deal On $2 Trillion Stimulus Package; Trump Wants Country Opened Up By Easter As Crisis Deepens. Aired 10-10:30a ET
• U.S. Lawmakers Agree on Historic $2 Trillion Stimulus Deal; World Markets React to U.S. Stimulus Package; Trump Wants U.S. Economy Re-Opened By Easter; London Mayor Criticized Over Packed Tube Trains. Aired 4-4:30a ET
• Prince Charles Tests Positive for Coronavirus; Half of U.S. Population Under Stay-at-Home Orders; Senate, White House Strike Deal on $2 Trillion Stimulus Package; New York City Epicenter of U.S. Outbreak; Trump Pushes to Reopen U.S. Despite Health Experts' Warning; Senate, White House Strike Deal on $2 Trillion Stimulus Package. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• U.S. Lawmakers Agree on $2 Trillion Stimulus Package; China Lifting Travel Restrictions on Hubei Province; Japan & IOC Postpone Tokyo Summer Games Until 2021. Aired 4:30-5a ET
• NYC Continues as U.S. Epicenter of Coronavirus Outbreak; Over 200 NYPD Officers Test Positive for Coronavirus; Trump Wants Country Opened Up By Easter as Crisis Deepens; Senate Expected to Quickly Pass $2 Trillion Stimulus Package; NY Governor Cuomo Gives Update on Coronavirus Response. Aired 11-11:30a ET
• Rural Hospitals Face Additional Problems in Coronavirus Fight; Prince Charles Quarantining After Positive Coronavirus Results; Police Face Shortage as Infections Rise. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• Senate, WH Strike Deal On $2 Trillion Coronavirus Stimulus Package; WHO: U.S. Still Has Time To Avoid Being "Potential" Epicenter; Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand (D-NY) Is Interviewed About The Defense Protection Act. Aired 12:30-1p ET
• Stimulus Package Deal; Spain Overtakes China in Deaths; Russia Claims to have Control over Coronavirus; Starbucks Reopens in China; Deaths in Washington State Jump. Aired 9:30-10a
• NY Governor Cuomo Gives Update on Coronavirus Response. Aired 11:30a-12p ET
• Economics Professor, Gary Wagner, Discusses the Fastest-Growing Coronavirus Cases in Louisiana; Starbucks Reopens 95 Percent of Stores in China; E.R. Dr. Rob Davidson Discusses Importance of Turnaround Time on Testing & Why More Men Than Women Suffer from Coronavirus; New Challenges Being Faced Around the World Amid Coronavirus Outbreaks. Aired 1:30-2p ET
• New York Governor Andrew Cuomo: Senate Bill Won't Work For New York, Need More Money; New York Governor Andrew Cuomo: Our Cases Compared To Other States "Breathtaking"; Hospital System In New York Sees Tenfold Increase In Positive Patients; New York Governor Andrew Cuomo: Ventilators Biggest Critical Need As Peak Looms, Hospitalization Outpacing Predicted Numbers So Far. Aired 12-12:30p ET
• New York Governor: Evidence Suggests Social Distancing Working; Coronavirus Survivor: I Was Genuinely Bedridden For Eight Days; Governor Says, Louisiana Has Fastest Growth Rate Of Coronavirus In World. Aired 1-1:30p ET
• U.S. Asking Other Nations For Everything From Sanitizer To Ventilators; American Author, Margie Warrell, Discusses Husband In Hospital With Coronavirus In Singapore & How Virus Is Handled Abroad; Rep. Elissa Slotkin (D-MI) Discusses Jump In Michigan's Coronavirus Cases And Deaths, Concerns Over Treatment, Hospitals Nearing Their Limit. Aired 2:30-3p ET
• Governors And Doctors Dismiss Trump Goal To Reopen By Easter; Health Workers Grapple With Lack Of Supplies And Protocol Changes; Senate To Vote On Historic $2 Trillion Stimulus Package. Aired 2-2:30p ET


March 24, 2020
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• Coronavirus Pandemic Italy Reports 63,900 Plus Cases 6,000 Deaths; Spain Praises Healthcare Workers; Shortage Of Protective Gear Endangering Medical Workers; Coping With Stress In The Face Of A Crisis; Celebrities Push Social Distancing; Stay-at-Home Rule Saves Lives; President Trump Wants to get Rid of Social Distancing; Hubei Looking Forward to a Big Day; Analysts Predicts Global Recession. Aired 3-4a ET
• Trump Itching to Ease Social Distancing after 15 Days; U.K. Implements Stay-at-Home Order; U.S. Hospitals Facing Shortage of PPE; Governors in 16 U.S. States Issue Stay-at-Home Orders; Nurse Describes 'Battlefield' Inside U.S. Coronavirus Epicenter; 129 People Linked to Facility Test Positive, 29 Dead; Tokyo's Nikkei Surges at Tuesday's Opening; Virus Drives Layoff Fears at U.S. Restaurants and Bars; Trials Underway to Find a Treatment; Trials Underway to Find a Treatment; Outbreak Further Escalates China-U.S. Tensions. Aired 12-1a ET
• Governors in 16 U.S. States Issue Stay-at-Home Orders; U.K. Implements Stay-at-Home Order; Spain Expects Virus to Peak Perhaps This Week; Trump Hopes Malaria Drugs Can Treat Virus; 129 People Linked To Facility Test Positive, 29 Dead; China's Hubei Province To Lift Travel Restrictions; 19 of India's 28 States Order Complete Lockdown. Aired 2-3a ET
• Trump Considers Easing Social Distancing Guidelines; U.K. Order: "Stay Home"; Life-Saving Efforts in Italy. Aired 4-4:30a ET
• White House Looking For Way To Open Economy Without Health Catastrophe; Sen. Mitch McConnell Speaks As Coronavirus Aid Negotiations Enter Fifth Day; Top Chef Judge Predicts 75 Percent Of Restaurants Will Close Permanently. Aired 10-10:30a ET
• U.S. States Scramble to Get Enough Medical Supplies; Trump Hopes Drugs for Malaria Can Treat Virus. Aired 4:30-5a ET
• Japan's Prime Minister Delays Olympic Games for One Year; White House, Senate Leaders Close to Deal on Stimulus Plan; Ford Working with 3M and GE to Make Respirators, Ventilators; 1 in 1,000 in New York Metro Area Infected with Coronavirus; White House: One in 1,000 in New York City Metro Area Infected with Virus; Hospitals Desperate for Supplies as Coronavirus Crisis Deepens; White House Looks for Ways to Open Economy Without Health Catastrophe. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• Stocks Surge on Hopes Lawmakers Close to Stimulus Deal; U.K. Prime Minister Issues Stay-at-Home Orders; State Department to Bring Stranded Americans Home. Aired 9:30-10a ET
• Georgia, Louisiana Ramp Up Coronavirus Restrictions; Rural Communities Face Unique Coronavirus Challenges; Florida Governor Ron DeSantis Mandates 14-Day Quarantine for New York, New Jersey and Connecticut Arrivals. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• Rep. Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) Is Interviewed About The Coronavirus Stimulus Deal; Health Care Workers Reuse Masks As Patients Crowd Facilities; Tx Lt Gov: Grandparents Willing To Die To Save The Economy. Aired 12:30-1p ET
• New York Governor Andrew Cuomo Issues Alarming Warnings To States: We Are Your Future; White House Scrambles To "Open" Economy Without Health Catastrophe; New York Governor Andrew Cuomo: "Inexplicable" That Federal Government Hasn't Helped With Ventilators; Senate Close To A Deal On Massive coronavirus Stimulus Package; House Speaker Nancy Pelosi Speaks With CNN As Negotiators Near Stimulus Deal. Aired 12-12:30p ET
• Senate Close To A Deal On Massive Coronavirus Stimulus Package; New York Governor Issues Alarming Warning To States: We Are Your Future; New Drug Trials Begin In New York Amid Surge In Cases. Aired 1-1:30p ET
• Infectious Disease Specialist, Dr. James Campbell, Discusses Drug Trials For Coronavirus; A Look At Countries Around The World Making Life-And-Death Decisions Amid Outbreaks; FL Governor Mandates Self-Quarantine For Visitors From New York, New Jersey, Connecticut; Atlanta Orders Two-Week Stay-At-Home Order After Governor Orders A Stay-At-Home For Those At Risk Compared To Louisiana's Statewide Order; Biden: Listen To Experts More Than The President. Aired 1:30-2p ET
• New York Governor Issues Alarming Warning To States, "We Are Your Future;" The World Health Organization Says The United States And Europe Are Now The Epicenters Of The Coronavirus Pandemic; New York City Emergency Room Doctor Speaks On Testing Positive For Coronavirus. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• E.R. Dr. Dara Kass Discusses Trump Wanting To Reopen Economy By Easter; Trump Attacks Cuomo After NY Governor Complains Federal Government Isn't Acting Quickly Enough; Frustrated Italian Officials Vent As People Break Stay-At-Home Rules; American, Karli Drinkwater, Discusses Severe Restrictions To Stop Coronavirus Spread In Italy; Calls Grow To Release Low-Lever Offenders From Jail Amid Coronavirus Outbreak. Aired 2:30-3p ET


March 23, 2020
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• More Than Coronavirus 34,000 Cases with 413 Deaths in U.S.; Asia Markets Extend Losses, Trading Mostly Lower; IOC Begins 'Scenario Planning' if Olympics are Delayed; German Chancellor Angela Merkel to Self-Quarantine; European Countries Seeing Large Spikes in Cases & Deaths. Aired 12-1a ET
• Worldwide: 339,000+ Cases And 14,700+ Deaths; Much Of India Extending Public Curfew Until March 31; Retired Doctors And Nurses Joining The Fight; Stimulus Bill Fails to Move Forward; Italy Deaths Due to Coronavirus Rise; U.S. Stocks Fall; Summer Olympics Possible to Postpone. Aired 2-3a ET
• Youth Must Learn a New Lesson; U.K. Tightening Rules on Lockdown; Non-Residents Are Ban in Hong Kong for 14 Days; Wuhan Showing Signs of Normal Life Activities; Disagreements Amidst Crisis; Germany's Chancellor in Self-Quarantine; Tokyo 2020 Could Possibly be Postponed; President Trump Stays Positive. Aired 3-4a ET
• Coronavirus Pandemic; Johns Hopkins, 339,000 plus cases, 14,700 plus deaths globally; Hong Kong To Ban All Non-Residents Entering As Of Wednesday; Rand Paul First U.S. Senator To Test Positive; Asia Markets Mostly Lower In Monday Trading; President Trump, Greatest Thing Is To Win War Against The Virus; Japan Acknowledges Postponing Olympics Is A Possibility; Angela Merkel Self Quarantines; Medical Workers Infected With Coronavirus; Merkel, New Restrictions To Remain For At Least Two Weeks; U.K. Threatens Curfews To Slow Spread Of Virus. Aired 4-4:30a ET
• Coronavirus Pandemic; Merkel Self Quarantines After Doctor Test Positive; DOW Futures Drop As Senate Fails To Move Bill Forward; Asia Markets Mostly Lower In Monday Trading; United States Senate Fails To Advance Emergency Aid Package; Spain's Death Toll Rises 30 Percent In One Day; Italy Tightens Lockdown As Coronavirus Deaths Climb; Curfew Leaves Cities Deserted Across India; Kenya To Suspend All International Flights. Aired 4:30-5a ET
• Coronavirus Pandemic Worsens in the U.S. as Hospitals Struggle with Shortage of Supplies; Millions of Hospitality Workers Laid Off Amid Coronavirus Pandemic; U.S. Futures Surge After Fed Takes Major Action; GOP, Dems Clash Over Stimulus Plan; U.S. Futures Surge After Fed Takes Major Action; New York Becomes Epicenter of Outbreak in the U.S.; Hospitals Struggle as Supplies Run Out; States Try to Stop Hoarding of Possible Coronavirus Treatments. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• U.S Surgeon General Says, This Week, It's Going To Get Bad; 1,000+ Confirmed New Cases In Florida, 12 Deaths; 3D Printing Company Making Face Shields For New York Hospitals. Aired 10-10:30a ET
• A Restaurant Owner Talks about Unemployment; Federal Reserve offers Support; Olympics could be Delayed; Navy Ship Reports Coronavirus Amongst Sailors; Italy Requests U.S. Military Support; Former Astronaut on Coping with Isolation. Aired 9:30-10a
• American Ingenuity Mobilizes; Interview with New York City Emergency Management Commissioner; Japan Considering Moving Summer Olympics to 2021. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• Actor Daniel Newman Discusses His Struggle to Get Tested for Coronavirus; U.S. Defense Chief: Virus "Could" Impact Military Readiness; Trump Activates National Guard to Hard-Hit, California; New York, Washington State; NY Governor Tours City Building Being Set Up as Mobile Hospital; UCLA's Dr. Anne Rimoin Discusses Surgeon General Warning Upcoming Week Will Be "Very Bad" as Trump Hints at Rolling Back Social Distancing. Aired 1:30-2p ET
• NY Gov: States Competing, Outbidding Each Other For Med Supplies; Private Docs Prescribing Chloroquine Amid Hoarding Concerns; Fed Takes Emergency Action To Stave Off Potential Of A Depression. Aired 12:30-1p ET
• Soon: Senate To Vote On Moving Forward On Coronavirus Stimulus Package; Massachusetts And Michigan Issue Stay-At-Home Order; Tensions Very High Over Coronavirus Stimulus As Clock Ticks; Aides: Donald Trump Itching To Scale Back Social Distancing After 15 Days; Senate In Standoff Over Coronavirus Stimulus Talks. Aired 12-12:30p ET
• Clock Ticks, Senate In Standoff Over Coronavirus Stimulus; New York Mayor Says Hospitals Facing Major Crisis; Louisiana's Governor Orders Shelter In Place After Spike In New Cases. Aired 1-1:30p ET
• Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand (D-NY) Discusses Coronavirus In NY; Failure Of Emergency Stimulus Package Vote, Sen. Rand Paul Socializing After Testing Positive; U.K. Prime Minister Taking New Steps To Fight Outbreak As Foreign Minister Tells All British Travelers To Return Home; Trump Suggests Containment Measures May Be Too Strong; N.J. Pizzeria Co-Owner, Bryan Morin, Discusses Taking Out $50,000 Loan To Pay Employees. Aired 2:30-3p ET
• World Health Organization Said Coronavirus Pandemic Is "Accelerating;" Senate Standoff Over Coronavirus Stimulus; World Health Organization Warns Against Using "Untested Drugs." Aired 2- 2:30p ET


March 22, 2020
• Coronavirus Pandemic; Italian Hospitals Strain Under Flood Of Patients; Many Countries Imposing Lockdown; U.K. Mother's Day Warning; Spain Now Among Hardest Hit By COVID-19; Nigeria Prepares For Possible Surge Of Infections; Iran's Ayatollah Addresses Nation Amid Pandemic; Working To Meet Growing Demand For Ventilators; Human Impact On Environment May Drive Spread Of Disease; Distillery Halts Liquor Production To Make Hand Sanitizer; Coronavirus Outbreak Leads To Street Wedding. Aired 3-4a ET
• Italian Hospitals Strain Under Flood of Patients; Spain Now Among Hardest Hit By COVID-19; Misinformation Finds Fertile Ground In Social Media; Trump On China: "I Wish They'd Told Us Earlier" About Coronavirus; Virus Wreaks Havoc On World Economy; U.K. Mother's Day Warning; Many Countries Imposing Lockdown; Hong Kong Increases Measures To Contain New Outbreak; Nigeria Prepares For Possible Surge Of Infections. Aired 4-5a ET
• Many Countries Imposing Lockdown; Italian Hospitals Strain Under Flood Of Patients; Hospitals Report Critical Shortages Of Supplies; U.K. Mother's Day Warning; France Reports Highest One-Day Death Toll; U.S. Unemployment Claims Soar Amid Layoffs; Virus Wreaks Havoc On World Economy; India Begins World's Largest Public Curfew; Australia Unveils More Support For Economy; Human Impact On Environment May Drive Spread Of Disease. Aired 5-6a ET
• Governors Plead For Federal Government To Nationalize Effort To Acquire Medical Supplies For Coronavirus; Interview With Sen. Tammy Duckworth (D-IL); German Chancellor Angela Merkel Is In Self- Quarantine At Home. Aired 3-4p ET
• Sen. Rand Paul (R-KY) Tests Positive For Coronavirus; New York's Governor Expects Up To 80 Percent Of The People To Get Coronavirus; Interview With Sen. Rick Scott (R-FL) On Social Distancing And Sen. Rand Paul; Germany's Chancellor Merkel Now In Self-Quarantine; Teachers And Students Learn To Cope With Life Away From School; White House Cancels Year-End Testing For Schools; D.C. Distillery Giving Away Hand Sanitizer Amid Outbreak; Sen. Mike Lee Self-Quarantining After Senator Rand Paul Tests Positive For Coronavirus. Aired 4-5p ET
• New York City Warns Of Medical Supply Shortage In 10 Days; Sen. Rand Paul (R-KY) Tests Positive For Coronavirus; German Chancellor Angela Merkel Goes Into Self-Quarantine; Health Care Workers In Italy Infected With Coronavirus; Myths About Coronavirus Pandemic Debunked; Trump Holds Briefing On Coronavirus. Aired 5-6p ET
• Trump and White House Coronavirus Task Force Briefing on Coronavirus Response. Aired 7-8p ET
• Trump And Coronavirus Task Force Hold Briefing; New York, California, Washington State Get Major Disaster Declarations. Aired 6- 7p ET


March 21, 2020
• Coronavirus Pandemic; Italy Calls In Military to Enforce Lockdown; U.K. Orders Pubs and Restaurants Closed; France Counts 450 Deaths amid 12.6K Cases. Aired 3-3:30a ET
• New York, Illinois, Connecticut, and California Issue Stay-at- Home Orders for Residents; Health Care Workers State Equipment Running Low Due to Coronavirus; President Trump Vacillates on Use of Defense Production Act to Increase Production of Medical Supplies; Interview with Rep. Judy Chu (D-CA) on Congressional Measures to Combat Economic Downturn Due to Coronavirus; President Trump Makes Controversial Tweet on Potentially Treatment for Coronavirus; Italy and U.K. Takes Strong Measure to Reduce Coronavirus Spread. Aired 10-11a ET
• Coronavirus Pandemic; Italy Calls In Military to Enforce Lockdown; The Global Search for Treatment; Spain Counts 1K Deaths, 628 in Madrid; U.K. Orders Pubs and Restaurants Closed; Iranian President Pleads with U.S. to Ease Sanctions; Health Care Workers Grapple with Supply Shortage; Olympics in Doubt. Aired 4-5a ET
• Coronavirus Pandemic; Governor Cuomo Updates New York's Response To Coronavirus Pandemic. Aired 11a-12p ET
• Coronavirus Pandemic; Italy Calls In Military To Enforce Lockdown; Health Care Workers Grapple With Supply Shortage; Spain Counts 1K Deaths, 628 In Madrid; U.K. Orders Pubs And Restaurants Closed; Olympics In Doubt; Senators Sell Stocks Prior To Global Outbreak; Jewel Holds Digital Concert To Help Families In Need. Aired 5-6a ET
• In Significant Strategy Shift, Doctors In NYC & LA Told To Skip Coronavirus Testing In Cases Where Tests Would Not Change Treatment Course; U.S. Death Toll Rises To 260-Plus, Number Of Cases Now 21,000- Plus; New York State Sending One Million Masks To NYC; Now: Senate Resumes Negotiations On $1-Trillion-Plus Stimulus Package; Spain Using Military Hospital For Patients As Death Toll Climbs. Aired 12-1p ET
• U.S. Cases Surpass 23,000 With Nearly Half in New York State; FDA Authorizes Rapid Coronavirus Test with Results in 45 Minutes; Gov. Mike DeWine (R-OH) Discusses Jump In Coronavirus Cases, Statewide Closings, Postponing Ohio Primary; Dr. Larry Brilliant Answers Viewers' Questions On Coronavirus; Emergency Relief Package Could Top $2 Trillion. Aired on 4-5p ET
• White House Holds Briefing On Coronavirus Response; U.S. Reached Deals With Canada And Mexico To Halt Spread Of Virus; Donald Trump: We're Working On Massive Relief Measure For Americans; Mike Pence: Member Of Staff Who Tested Positive Is Doing Well, He Had No Contact With Me Or The President. Aired 1-2p ET
• President Trump Holds Press Conference With Coronavirus Task Force To Answer Questions About Measure To Combat Coronavirus Spread; President Trump Makes Controversial Tweet On Potential Coronavirus Treatment; President Trump Criticizes China For Not Providing Information On Coronavirus Spread To U.S. Earlier; Javits Convention Center In New York To Be Converted Into Temporary Emergency Field Hospital; Health Care Workers State Equipment Running Low Due To Coronavirus. Aired 2-3p ET
• FDA Authorizes Rapid Coronavirus Test With Results In 45 Minutes; Surgeons Plead For Help, Don't Make Us Orphan Our Two Toddlers; California Shuts Down World's Fifth Largest Economy To Fight Coronavirus Spread; Senate Works On Stimulus Package As Unemployment Claims Soar Amid Pandemic Layoffs; Dr. Celine Gounder Answers Viewers' Questions On Coronavirus; "CNN Heroes" Salutes People & Communities Working To Help Get Us Through The Pandemic; Reasons For Hope During Pandemic. Aired 3-4p ET
• The Coronavirus Pandemic; Unemployment Claims; Emergency Relief Package; Lessons From WWII That Can Help Confront Growing Outbreak; Presidential Historian, Doris Kearns Goodwin, Discusses Comparisons Between Challenges Fighting Coronavirus And World War II; UCLA's Dr. Anne Rimoin Answers Viewers' Questions On Coronavirus; FDA Authorizes Rapid Coronavirus Tests With Results In 45 Minutes. Aired 5-6p ET


March 20, 2020
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• California's Governor Makes a Tough Decision; Coronavirus Takes Life in Iran Fast; Victims Share Their COVID-19 Battle; Scarcity in Medical Supplies Jeopardizes Everyone; Madrid Expects 80 Percent Could be Infected; Coronavirus Pandemic; California Orders 40 Million Residents To Stay Home; Italy's Death Toll Over 3,400 Surpassing China; Boris Johnson, We Can Turn The Tides In Next 12 Weeks; China Reports No New Locally Transmitted Cases For Second Day; CNN Global Town Hall, The Importance Of Social Distancing; Olympic Flame Arrives In Japan; Wall Street Bracing For Another Volatile Session; Celebrities Sing To Take Virus Off Public's Mind. Aired 3-4a ET
• California Governor Orders 40 Million Residents to Stay Home; Italy's Death Toll Over 3,400, Surpassing China; Markets Struggle Under Weight of COVID-19 Fears; Japan Determined to Hold Safe, Secure Olympics on Schedule; London Landmarks Mostly Deserted Amid Fears of Lockdown; U.S. Company Announces At-Home Testing Kits for Virus; China Reports No Local Infections for 2 Straight Days; Taiwan Takes Precautions to Curb Spread of Virus; India Executes Four Convicted in Brutal Gang Rape, Murder. Aired 12-1a ET
• Markets Struggling Under Weight of COVID-19 Fears; U.S. Republican Senate Leader Defends Stimulus Plan; Iranian Authorities: COVID-19 Death Every Ten Minutes; China Shares Lessons with Hard Hit Europe; Maintaining Good Mental Health During Isolation; California Orders 40 Million Residents To Stay Home; France Confinement Likely To Be Extended; China Reports No New Locally Transmitted Cases For 2nd Day. Aired 1-2a ET
• California Governor Orders 40 Million Residents to Stay Home; Coronavirus is Spreading Across the World; Olympic Flame Lands in Japan Amid Calls for Postponement. Aired 2-3a ET
• California Governor Orders Entire State To Stay Home; Senate Democrats, GOP, White House Officials Meet On Stimulus. Aired 10- 10:30a ET
• Workers Struggling with Layoffs; Bill de Blasio is Interviewed about the Coronavirus Affects in New York City; Students in Chicago Depend on Schools; Coronavirus Survivor Talks about His Health. Aired 9:30-10a
• California Governor Orders Entire State to Stay Home; New York City to Run Out of Medical Supplies in 2-3 Weeks; Florida Opens Mobile Hospital, Drive-Thru Testing Sites; Senate Democrats, GOP and White House Officials Meet on Stimulus; Hospital Workers Battle Supply Shortages as Outbreak Grows; Kevin Hassett to Return to White House in Advisory Role. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• Interview with Kraft Heinz CEO Miguel Patricio; Airlines Cancel Flights Due to Low Demand; Florida Opens Mobile and Drive-Through Coronavirus Testing. Aired 10:30-11a ET


March 19, 2020
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• Two U.S. Congressmen Test Positive for Coronavirus; Asian Markets Down After Wall Street Plunges; Outbreak Impacts Persian New Year Celebrations; Concern Grows over How Virus Will Impact Refugees; President Trump Invokes Defense Production Act; U.S. Ramps Up Response as Cases Soar Past 8,500; U.K. School Closures; Europe Hit with Critical Shortage of Medical Supplies; China Reports No New Domestic Cases. Aired 12-1a ET
• China Shows a Glimmer of Hope; World Seeing its Darkest Days; Stock Market Continue to Bleed; An Act of Unity in Times of Crisis; Coronavirus Pandemic, New York Surges Past 2,900 Cases, Highest In United States; Italy Records Biggest Single-day Jump In Cases; U.K. Closes Schools, Shuts Some Underground Lines; Germany Faces Biggest Crisis Since World War II; Baghdad's Streets Empty After Curfew Imposed; The Mental Impact Of Isolation; Amid Outbreak, Touching Moments Of Solidarity. Aired 3-4a ET
• Restrictions Imposed With 200,000+ Cases Globally; New York Mayor: Prepare For Shelter In Place Order; Experts Advise Getting Fresh Air, But Be Cautious; President Trump Invokes Defense Production Act; U.S. Ramps Up Response as Cases Soar Past 8,500; U.S. Congress Members Are Infected; Non-essential Travel Banned in Iran; Qantas Group Suspend Scheduled International Flights through May; U.K. Announces Business Aid Package, School Closures. Aired 2-3a ET
• Health Experts Stress Need for Social Distancing; U.S. Facing Shortage of Tests and Supplies to Make them; Trump Signs Emergency Aid Package; Life Under Lockdown; Travel Group Returns Home Unaware of Virus Spread; U.K. Government Closing Most Schools Indefinitely; U.S. Ramps Up Response As Cases Soar Past 8,700; Outbreak Takes Heavy Toll On Business And Daily Life. Aired 1-2a ET
• Health Workers Face Supply Shortages As Cases Surge In U.S.; House Democratic Leaders To Tell Caucus They Don't Need To Return To Session After There's A Stimulus Deal; Farm Bureau Says, U.S Farms, Ranches Could Face A Serious Labor Shortage. Aired 10-10:30a ET
• New York Governor Says Expect Tens of Thousands of Coronavirus Cases in the State; Trump Signs Coronavirus Emergency Package, Health Workers Face Supply Shortages as Cases Surge in U.S.; Coronavirus Could Hit Young People, Too; New York City Considering Turning Hotels into Hospitals as Outbreak Grows; White House Targets Young People in Push for Social Distancing; Stocks Set to Fall as Global Recession Fears Grow. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• Interview with President and CEO of Land O'Lakes Beth Ford; Live Coverage of New York Governor Andrew Cuomo Press Conference. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• Wall Street on Edge over Coronavirus Concerns; Sen. Bill Cassidy (R-LA) is Interviewed about the Stimulus Bill in Congress; Flacons Quarterback Donates to Charities. Aired 9:30-10a ET


March 18, 2020
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• Coronavirus Stir the World's Order; Positive COVID-19 Patients Raise Issue on Drugs; Fears Push Consumers to Panic; Trump Administration Proposed a Trillion-Dollar Assistance Fund; Coronavirus Pandemic, Trump Shifts Tone On Virus Crisis As U.S. Cases Soar; America's Choice 2020; Super Tuesday III, Biden Wins; Impact Of Coronavirus Crisis On Campaigns; U.K. Changes Tactics To Slow Virus Spread. Aired 3-4a ET
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• Coronavirus Now in All 50 States; Anyone Entering Italy Must Self-Quarantine; Macron Says France Is "in a War" against Virus; Asia Markets Sink after Early Gains; U.K. Pharmacies Deal with High Demand for Disinfectants. Aired 2-3a ET
• U.S. Health Care Workers Concerned About Shortages; Money for Americans; Joe Biden's Big Sweep. Aired 4-4:30a ET
• More Than 100 Dead in U.S. As Virus Hits All 50 States; White House Proposes $1 Trillion Response Package; CNN Projects Joe Biden Will Sweep Primaries in 3 States. Aired 4:30-5a ET
• White House Pushes for $1 Trillion Coronavirus Relief Package; Steve Mnuchin Warns of 20 Percent Unemployment if Congress Refuses to Take Action; Thousands of Hospitality Workers Laid Off as Businesses Struggle. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• Stocks Plunge despite Stimulus; Schools Turn into Virtual Learning; Talking to Children about Coronavirus; Biden Sweeps Primaries. Aired 9:30-10a ET
• Interview with Food Industry Association Vice President Doug Baker; Interview with President of National Nurses United Union Jean Ross; Coronavirus Prompts Some to Increase Civic Minded Actions. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• Health Officials Warn U.S Has Reached Tipping Point, Urge Americans To Take Bans Seriously; Virus Now In All 50 States As Death Toll Passes 100; U.S., Canada Prepare To Halt Non-Essential Travel Between Countries. Aired 10-10:30a ET


March 17, 2020
• U.S. States Impose Restrictions, Order Closures; Asia Markets Look To Rebound From Monday's Sharp Fall; Trump's Economy May Be Headed To Recession; Panic Buying Leads to Empty Shelves, Shortages; Chinese Economy Hit Hard During January, February; Helping Kids Cope with Coronavirus. Aired 1-2a ET
• Trump Acknowledges Coronavirus Threat, Gives New Guidelines; Social Distancing Key to Stem Spread; Trump Says Economy May Be Headed into Recession; Actor Idris Elba Tests Positive; Italy Reports 3,200+ More Cases in Past 24 Hours; Panicked Shoppers Stockpiling Toilet Paper, Sanitizer; IOC: Plans for 2020 Summer Games Will Go Forward; Communicating with Kids About the Outbreak; China's Air Quality Improves Due to Lockdown. Aired 12-1a ET
• Officials Say, U.S Doesn't Have Enough Stockpiled Medical Equipment; Amazon To Fill 100,000 New Positions Due To Surge In Online Orders; New York Governor Updates Coronavirus Response. Aired 10- 10:30a ET
• New Guidelines Released by White House; A Freeze on Social Activities; Coronavirus Infects Economy Worldwide. Aired 3-3:30a ET
• Trump Acknowledges Coronavirus Threat, Gives New Guidelines; Italy Reports 3,200+ More Cases in Past 24 Hours; Dow Has Worst Point Drop Ever and Trump Says Economy May Be Headed into Recession; Social Distancing Key to Stem Spread; Asia Markets Look To Rebound From Monday's Sharp Fall; Rise In Cases Tests Italy's Health System; Japan: Plans For 2020 Summer Games Will Go Forward. Aired 2-3a ET
• Mayor Bill de Blasio Considering Shelter-in-Place Order for NYC; San Francisco Area under Shelter-in-Place Order; Ohio Postpones Primary Over Health Emergency; Florida Voters head to the Polls; U.S. Health Officials: U.S. Does Not Have Enough Stockpiled Medical Equipments; States Take Aggressive Steps to Stop Community Spread of Coronavirus; President Trump Changes Tone as Coronavirus Crisis Escalates. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• Dow Seeks Rebound after Worst Point Drop in History; Businesses Facing Challenge During Pandemic; Spain Closes its Border; France on Lockdown; New Coronavirus Cases in Italy. Aired 9:30-10a
• Interview With Chicago, Illinois, Mayor Lori Lightfoot; Bill de Blasio Tells New York City to Prepare for Possible Shelter-in-Place Order; Mitch McConnell Speaks Out on Coronavirus Crisis. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• Live Coverage of New York Governor Andrew Cuomo Press Conference; Interview with Sen. Dick Durbin (D-IL); Interview with Amazon's Jay Carney. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• Task force says response won't work if young people aren't cooperating; Interview with Rep. Chrissy Houlahan (D-PA) on the trillion-dollar coronavirus package; small businesses struggling to stay afloat amid outbreak; Aired 3:30-4p ET
• Trader Joe's Employee, Anna Wille, Discusses Helping The Elderly; NYC Mayor de Blasio Speaks On Coronavirus Response; Neal Browning Discusses Being A Volunteer In First U.S. Vaccine Trial For Coronavirus; E.R. Dr. Jake Deutsch Discusses The Coronavirus Vaccine Trials & Answers Viewers' Questions; Trump Speaks With Members Of Tourism Industry; Mnuchin Speaks On Fiscal Stimulus Package; Thea Duncan Discusses Living In Quarantine In Italy; Leader McConnell Talks Fiscal Stimulus Package. Aired 2:30-3p ET
• Coronavirus Pandemic Affecting American Lives; U.S. Stocks Rebounding After Government Outlined Potential Actions That Could Shore Up The Economy. Aired 2-2:30p ET


March 16, 2020
• CDC Recommends Canceling Events of 50+ People; U.S. Federal Reserve Cuts Interest Rates to Near Zero; Enhanced Screenings Create Long Waits at U.S. Airports; Italy Reports 360+ New Deaths, 3,500+ New Cases; Trump Focusing on Economy During Health Crisis. Aired 12-1a ET
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• Majority of Known Coronavirus Cases Now is Outside of Mainland China; The Coronavirus Infection is Now Driving Fears of Global Recession; More Countries Impose Lockdown in Effort to Contain the Coronavirus Outbreak; Presidential Candidates Spar Over Coronavirus; With the Coronavirus Pandemic, More Countries in Europe are on Lockdown; U.S. States Implementing Measures to Limit Spread of the Coronavirus; WHO Applauds Egypt's Efforts to Curb Coronavirus from Spreading; South Africa Declares National State of Disaster; Churches and Holy Sites Closed Due to Fear from Coronavirus. Aired 3-4a ET
• CDC Says, No More Gatherings Of 50+ People For Next Two Months; States Take Aggressive Steps To Stop Community Spread; Trump Contradicts Top Expert, Claims Virus Is Under Control. Aired 10-10:30a ET
• Peter Navarro on Government's Response to Crisis; Borders Closing between Spain and Portugal; Death Toll Jumps in Italy; School Closures Hit Students Nationwide. Aired 9:30-10a ET
• States Take Aggressive Steps to Stop Community Spread; Trump Calls on Americans to Stop Hoarding Food, Supplies; School Closures Hit Millions of Students Nationwide; Interview with Governor Ned Lamont (D-CT) on Coronavirus Pandemic; Travel Suspension from U.K. and Ireland Starts Tonight; CDC: No More Gatherings of 50-Plus People for the Next 2 Months; Top Medical Experts Warn the Worst is Yet Ahead of the Coronavirus Pandemic; Dow Futures Plunge After Fed Cuts Interest Rate to Zero. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• Interview with Gen. Stanley McChrystal; New York, New Jersey, Connecticut Tristate Announce Joint Closures; Interview with Rep. Katie Porter (D-CA). Aired 10:30-11a ET
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• Celebrities Test Positive for Coronavirus; Atlanta Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms, (D), Discusses the Coronavirus and Restrictions; Markets Plunge Despite Fed Slashing Interest Rates; New Jersey Family Quarantined in Their Home after Contracting Coronavirus; Dr. Joshua Morganstein Discuses Coronavirus. Aired 2:30-3p ET
• Coronavirus Vaccine Trial Administers First Dose To Participant; States And Cities Taking Drastic Measures To Slow Virus Spread; Trump Urges States To Not Wait For Feds To Get Medical Equipment. Aired 2-2:30p ET


March 15, 2020
• Long Lines as U.S. Travelers Return; France and Spain Restrict Movement to Stop Spread of COVID-19; Global Stock Markets Tumble, Wall Street Falls into Bear Market; Questions and Answers about Coronavirus; Volunteers Help HIV Patients in Wuhan; Service Workers Face Added Risks during Health Crisis; How to Shop amid Coronavirus Stockpiling. Aired 3-4a ET
• Long Lines as U.S. Travelers Return; France and Spain Restrict Movement to Stop Spread of COVID-19; Pandemic Lessons for the U.S.; Saudi Arabia and UAE Unveil Stimulus; Global Stock Markets Tumble, Wall Street Falls into Bear Market; America's Choice 2020; Third NBA Player Tests Positive for Coronavirus; Acts of Kindness Spread Hope. Aired 4-5a ET
• Long Lines As U.S. Travelers Return; France And Spain Restrict Movement To Stop Spread Of COVID-19; Inside Hospital At Epicenter Of New York Outbreak; Pandemic Lessons For The U.S.; Third NBA Player Tests Positive For Coronavirus; Travelers Consider Taking Risks. Aired 5-6a ET
• Coronavirus Spreads Fear And Transforms Life Across America; Interview With Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti (D); Biden And Sanders Debate With No Audience Amid Outbreak. Aired 3-4p ET
• Coronavirus Screening Spark Long Lines, Confusion At Major Airports; Countries Take Drastic Measures To Stem Coronavirus Spread; Trump On Coronavirus, From Hoax To National Emergency; Life During The Coronavirus Pandemic; Joe Biden And Bernie Sanders To Debate With No Audience Amid Outbreak. Aired 1-2p ET
• Coronavirus Screenings Spark Long Lines, Confusion At Major Airports; Germany Restricting Border Crossings Amid Coronavirus Pandemic; Interview With Tom Perez; Trump Tests Negative For Coronavirus; Biden, Sanders To Debate With No Audience Amid Outbreak; U.S Coronavirus Cases Top 3,100, Death Toll At 62. Aired 2-3p ET


March 14, 2020
• President Trump's Travel Ban on 26 European Countries Takes Effect; House of Representatives Passes Bill to Help Combat Coronavirus Spread; Doctor Answers Questions on How to Deal with Coronavirus; Mayor Noam Bramson of New Rochelle, New York, Interviewed on City's New Drive-Through Testing Facility for Coronavirus; Georgia Governor Brian Kemp Declares Public Health Emergency in Georgia; President Trump States He Expects to be Tested for Coronavirus; Donald Trump Claims to be Unaware of Previous Disbanding of White House Pandemic Office; Democratic Presidential Candidate Joe Biden Holds Virtual Town Hall; Forty-seven Employees, at Life Care Center in Kirkland, Washington, Test Positive for Coronavirus. Aired 10-11a ET
• U.S. House Approves Financial Relief Package; U.S. Coronavirus Cases Climb; Airline Industry Takes a Hit; Chinese Medical Team Sent to Help in Hard-Hit Italy; Health Officials Recommend Sanitizing Mobile Phones. Aired 3-3:30a ET
• U.S. House Approves Financial Relief Package; U.S. Coronavirus Cases Climb; Chinese Medical Team Sent to Help in Hard-Hit Italy; Coronavirus Epicenter Moves to Europe; U.S. Restricts Nursing Home Visits; Airline Industry Takes a Hit; Questions and Answers about Coronavirus; How to Shop amid Coronavirus Stockpiling; Health Officials Recommend Sanitizing Mobile Phones. Aired 4-5a ET
• U.S. House Approves Financial Relief Package; U.S. Coronavirus Cases Climb, Trump Says He's Not Responsible for Inadequate Testing; Trump Declares National Emergency over Coronavirus Pandemic; Spanish Prime Minister Declares State of Emergency; U.S. Hospitals Prepare for Virus Spike; Airline Industry Takes a Hit; Prime Minister Abe Addresses Japan's Response to Crisis; Cases on the Rise in Africa; Apple Temporarily Closes All Stores outside Greater China; Questions and Answers about Coronavirus; How to Shop amid Coronavirus Stockpiling; Service Workers Face Added Risks during Health Crisis. Aired 5-6a ET
• President Trump States He Has Been Tested for Coronavirus; President Trump Comments on Practice Refraining from Shaking Hands During Coronavirus Spread; White House Official States Coronavirus Not Yet Reached Peak Spread in U.S.; New York Officials Confirm First Death from Coronavirus; Forty-seven Employees of Nursing Home in Washington Test Positive for Coronavirus; White House Issues Travel Ban on Flights from U.K. and Ireland; Mayor of Atlanta Keisha Lance Bottoms Interviewed on Steps Taken to Ease Concerns of Citizens Due to Coronavirus; Confirmed Cases of Coronavirus in Spain Rises Rapidly. Aired 2-3p ET
• New York Confirms First Coronavirus Death; Forty-Seven Employees At WA Nursing Home Test Positive For Coronavirus; House Passes Coronavirus Relief Bill; Interview With Sen. Rick Scott (R-FL); Interview With Gov. Andrew Cuomo (D-NY); Georgia Declares Public Health State Of Emergency; Millions Of U.S. Students Affected By School Closings; Athletes Rally To Support Their Communities. Aired 11a-12p ET
• Coronavirus In The U.S.; New York Confirms First Coronavirus Death; White House Holds Briefing On Coronavirus Response; Trump: I Took Coronavirus Test. Aired 12-1p ET
• White House Holds Briefing On Coronavirus Response; Pence: Bipartisan Coronavirus Bill Will Help Hardest Hit; Google: Not Publishing A National-Scale Coronavirus Site Anytime Soon; Trump: I Took Coronavirus Test, No Results Yet; Trump: If You Don't Have To Travel, Don't Do It; Interview With Rep. Tony Cardenas (D-CA); Service Workers Face Added Risks During Health Crisis; Trump Takes Credit For Market Rally During Coronavirus Briefing. Aired 1-2p ET
• Coronavirus Shutting Down American Life; Trump Says He's Considering Domestic Travel Restrictions; Trump Gets Tested For Virus After Downplaying Threat For Weeks; UCLA's Dr. Anne Rimoin Discusses Restricting Visitors To Nursing Homes & Answers Viewers' Questions On Coronavirus; New York Presbyterian Hospitals Postponing All Elective Procedures & Surgeries; Streams Of Cars Visit New York's Drive-Through Testing Site; New York Reports First Coronavirus-Related Death; People In Italy Cope With Confinement Through Music. Aired 3-4p ET
• Trump: I Took Coronavirus Test, No Results Yet; U.S. Has 2,480- Plus Coronavirus Cases, 50 Deaths; Forty-Seven Employees At Washington State Nursing Home Test Positive; Emory University's Dr. Carlos Del Rio Discusses White House Virus Coordinator's Warning On Testing Negative, France And Spain Shutting Down Commercial Activities & Answers Viewer's Questions. Aired on 4-5p ET
• U.S. Has 2,600-Plus Coronavirus Cases, 57 Dead; WH: Trump Tests Negative For Coronavirus; Spain And France Move Toward Total Lockdown Amid Outbreak; Donald Trump Declares Coronavirus Pandemic National Emergency; At Least 19 States Shut Down All Public Schools Due To Coronavirus. Aired 7-8p ET
• Trump Takes Coronavirus Test; Google Contradicts Trump; Trump Repeatedly Gets Key Facts Wrong During Briefings; Should Trump's Main Focus Be Markets Amid Virus?; Spain On Lockdown; Dr. Celine Gounder Answers Viewers' Questions On Coronavirus; Four More Cruise Ships Quarantined Over Coronavirus. Aired 5-6p ET
• Coronavirus Around The World; Trump Takes Coronavirus Test; Trump Gets Facts Wrong; Sanitizing Mobile Phones; Travel Industry, Markets Take Huge Hit From Coronavirus Fears; Everyone In Teaneck, New Jersey Asked To Self-Quarantine; Confined Italians Sing Together To Boost Morale. Aired 8-9p ET
• Trump Tests Negative For Coronavirus; France, Spain, Italy On Lockdown To Prevent Virus Spread; 2,800-Plus Coronavirus Cases, With 58 Dead In The U.S.; Coronavirus Death Toll Hits 40 In Washington State; Trump On Coronavirus: From Hoax To National Emergency; Trump Falsely Claims Google Is Coordinating Virus Testing; Life During A Pandemic. Aired 9-10p ET


March 13, 2020
• U.S. Stocks Suffer Worst Day Since 1987 Crash; White House: Trump Doesn't Need to Be Tested; Ghana is Russia's New Troll Hub; Top Health Expert Says U.S. is 'Failing' Virus Testing. Aired 12-1a ET
• U.S On Verge Of Shutdown As Outbreak Shows No Signs Of Slowing; House Democrats Expect Vote Today On Coronavirus Relief Deal; Anger, Frustration Growing Over Testing Shortage. Aired 10-10:30a ET
• Outbreak Brings Drastic Changes To Everyday Life; U.S. Stocks Suffer Worst Day Since 1987 Crash; Source: Trump Very Concerned About Getting Infected; Coronavirus Pandemic; Covid-19: Separating Fact from Fiction. Aired 1-2a ET
• Coronavirus Outbreak Brings Drastic Changes to Everyday Life; Countries Around the World are Fighting to Contain the Outbreak; Sporting Events Grind to a Halt Over Infection Fears; United States Conducts "Aerial Bombardment" Against Iran-Backed Militia Facilities in Iraq; Mixed Messages On Testing Causing Confusion; Ghana Is Russia's New Troll Hub; Addressing The Fear And Anxiety Of Infection. Aired 2-3a ET
• Six States Closing All Schools Over Virus Fears; Growing Outrage Over Lack of Tests As Virus Spread; Trump's Travel Restrictions Go into Effect at Midnight; Coronavirus Concerns Wipe Out Sports Calendar; Outbreak Upends Schools, Sports, Entertainment World; U.S. Virus Testing Criticized Amid Shortage and Restrictive Guidelines; U.S. on Verge of Shutdown as Outbreak Shows No Signs of Slowing Down. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• President Trump Expected to Declare National Emergency Over Coronavirus. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• Markets Open Higher after Worst Sell-Off; Outbreak Upends Schools, Sports and Entertainment; Drive-Thru Testing in New York; Panic Buying Empties Store Shelves. Aired 9:30-10a
• United States Testing Lags World Numbers; Clay and Suzy Bentley's Coronavirus Quarantine Continues; U.S. Sports Leagues Cancel and Suspend Play Over Coronavirus. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• Trump Speaks as Coronavirus Cases Spread in U.S.; Trump Announces Emergency Action to Combat Coronavirus; Trump Declares National Emergency to Combat Coronavirus. Aired 3:30-4p ET.
• NBA Hall of Famer Isiah Thomas Discusses Sports Halted over Coronavirus & NBA Season Cancellation after 2 Utah Jazz Players Test Positive for Coronavirus; Good Samaritan Helps Elderly Couple Scared of Virus Buy Groceries; Soon, Trump Expected to Declare National Emergency over Coronavirus in Speech. Aired 2:30-3p ET
• President Is Expected To Announce A National Emergency; Rep. Nancy Pelosi Speaks As Congress Works On Coronavirus Package; Frustration Grows Over Lack Of Virus Testing As Outbreak Spreads. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• Outbreak Brings Drastic Changes To Everyday Life; Coronavirus Pandemic, Trump's New Travel Restrictions Hours Away; Trudeau In Isolation After Wife Tests Positive; Asia Markets Finishing Week With Steep Losses; President Trump Very Concerned About Getting Infected; U.S. Conduct Aerial Bombardment Against Iran-Backed Militia Facilities In Iraq; Israel Closes Schools And Universities For Five Weeks; Coronavirus, Impact On Sports; Separating Facts From Fiction. Aired 3- 3:30a ET


March 12, 2020