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August 16, 2021


August 15, 2021
• Haiti Devastated by 7.2 Magnitude Earthquake; Sweeping Taliban Gains Follow 20-Year U.S. Mission; Indonesia's High Death Toll Leaves Undertakers Overwhelmed; Rescues Underway after Japan Mudslides; Some States Running Out of ICU Beds as COVID Cases Surge; Florida Teacher Speaks Out after Long Battle with COVID-19; Health Care Workers Feeling Exhausted, Overworked. Aired 12-1a ET
• Haiti Devastated by 7.2 Magnitude Earthquake; Sweeping Taliban Gains Follow 20-Year U.S. Mission; Taliban Seize Key Afghan City of Jalalabad; Teams Search for Missing after Turkey Floods as Death Toll Climbs to 44. Aired 1-1:30a ET
• Taliban Seize Key Afghan City of Jalalabad; U.N. Agency Warns of Crisis as Taliban Advance; Haiti Devastated by 7.2 Magnitude Earthquake; Some States Running Out of ICU Beds as COVID Cases Surge; Israel Opens Third Vaccine Dose to over 50, Medical Teams; Sweeping Taliban Gains Follow 20-Year U.S. Mission; Gangs Blocking Some Areas Affected by Haiti Quake; More Children Sick from Infections of Delta Variant of COVID-19; Airline Travel Slows as Concern Rises over Delta Variant. Aired 2-3a ET
• Taliban Seize Key Afghan City of Jalalabad; Sweeping Taliban Gains Follow 20-Year U.S. Mission; Haiti Devastated by 7.2 Magnitude Earthquake; Some States Running Out of ICU Beds as COVID Cases Surge; Capitol Riot Judges Step Up as Conscience of Democracy; Two Dead in Arizona after Floodwaters Sweep through Gila Bend; Extreme Weather Threatens U.K.'s Puffin Population. Aired 3-4a ET
• Haiti Devastated By 7.2 Magnitude Earthquake; Taliban Seize Key Afghan City Of Jalalabad; Biden Authorizes 5,000 Troops To Protect Afghanistan Drawdown; Some States Running Out Of ICU Beds As COVID Cases Surge; U.N. Agency Warns Of Crisis As Taliban Advance. Aired 4- 5a ET
• Taliban At Gates Of Kabul As Helicopters Evacuate U.S. Embassy Staff; Biden Authorizes 5,000 Troops To Protect Afghanistan Drawdown; Taliban Seize Key Afghan City Of Jalalabad; Haiti Devastated By 7.2 Magnitude Earthquake. Aired 5-6a ET
• Taliban Takes Over Kabul As Afghan President Flees Country; U.S. Completes Evacuation Of Embassy As Flag Comes Down; Rep. John Garamendi (D-CA) Is Interviewed About The Taliban Takeover Of Afghanistan; Death Toll Rises To 724 People After Haiti Quake. Aired 2-3p ET
• U.S. Completes Evacuation Of Embassy As Flag Comes Down; Afghan Women Face Uncertain Future As Kabul Falls To Taliban; More than 700 Dead After 7.2 Magnitude Earthquake Strikes Haiti. Aired 3-4p ET
• Taliban Forces Takes Over Kabul; Evacuation Of U.S. Embassy Complete In Afghanistan; President Biden To Address The Nation About The Situation In Afghanistan; American Lawmakers Want Answers Regarding Afghan Drawdown; Florida Records Worst Week For COVID Cases; Haiti's Increasing Death Toll After The Earthquake. Aired 5-6p ET
• Taliban Enters Kabul As Afghan President Flees Country; Fall Of Kabul Draws Comparisons To Saigon In 1975; U.S. Completes Evacuation Of Embassy As Flag Comes Down; Top GOP Foreign Affairs Member Slams Biden Admin Over Afghanistan; Afghan Government Falling To Taliban After 20 Years Of War; Death Toll Rises To 724 People After Haiti Quake. Aired 1-2p ET
• Taliban Takes Over Kabul As Afghan President Flees Country; U.S. Embassy Instructs Americans In Kabul To Shelter In Place; Biden Defends Decision To Withdraw As Taliban Take Kabul; Fall Of Kabul Draws Comparisons To Saigon In 1975; Presidential Palace In Kabul; Death Toll In Haiti; COVID In The U.S. Aired 4-5p ET
• Interview with Rep. Dan Crenshaw (D-TX); Death Toll in Haiti Soars to Nearly 1,300, Thousands Injured; Afghan Government Falls as Taliban Take Control of Kabul. Aired 7-8p ET
• Defense Secretary Approves 1,000 More Troops into Afghanistan; Biden Officials Admit Miscalculation as Taliban Takeover. Aired 6-7p ET


August 14, 2021
• Taliban Control Half of Afghanistan Provincial Capitals; Canada to Require Vaccines for Air, Rail and Marine Travel; Evia, Greece, Residents Coping with Devastation. Aired 1-1:30a ET
• Taliban Control Half of Afghanistan Provincial Capitals; COVID- 19 Takes a Toll on Chinese Economy; Evia, Greece, Residents Coping with Devastation. Aired 2-2:45a ET
• Taliban Control Half of Afghanistan Provincial Capitals; New South Wales Reports Record New Daily Cases. Aired 3-4a ET
• Haiti Devastated by 7.2 Magnitude Earthquake; Tsunami Warning Issued in Wake of Caribbean Earthquake; Some States Running Out of ICU Beds as COVID Cases Surge; More Children Sick from Infections of Delta Variant of COVID-19. Aired 10-11a ET
• Taliban Control Half Of Afghanistan Provincial Capitals; Canada To Resettle 20,000 Afghans Under Taliban Threat; CDC Recommends Boosters For Immunocompromised; COVID-19 Takes Toll On Children; New South Wales Reports Record New Daily Cases; State Of Emergency In Parts Of Florida As Fred Approaches. Aired 4-5a ET
• CDC Recommends Boosters for Immunocompromised; Taliban Control Half Of Afghanistan Provincial Capitals; Los Angeles City Council Votes In Favor Of Vaccine Passport; Pakistan Calls For International Plan For Refugees; New South Wales Reports Record New Daily Cases; Intense Wildfires Burn Across Siberia; State Of Emergency In Parts Of Florida As Fred Approaches. Aired 5-6a ET
• Haiti Devastated By Major Earthquake; Some States Running Out Of ICU Beds As COVID Cases Surge; More Children Sick From Infections Of Delta Variant; Taliban Taking Large Amount Of Territory In Afghanistan As U.S. Troops Deployed To Evacuate U.S. Embassy In Kabul; Two Afghanistan War Veterans Interviewed On Their Experiences On Tour In Afghanistan And Recent Taliban Military Successes; President Biden Meets With Vice President Harris And Advisers To Devise Strategy For Evacuation Of American Personnel From Kabul, Afghanistan. Aired 2-3p ET
• Major 7.2 Magnitude Earthquake Strikes Haiti; Field Hospitals Rebuilt As COVID Patients Overwhelm Hospitals; U.S. Deploying 3,000 Troops To Evacuate Embassy Personnel; DeSantis Doubles Down On Attempts To Override Mask Mandates; Interview With Becky Pringle, President, National Education Association; New Census Data Shows U.S. More Diverse Than Ever; New Companies Fighting Back Against High Drug Prices. Aired 11a-12p ET
• A 7.2 Magnitude Earthquake Strikes Haiti; COVID Patients Overwhelm U.S. Hospitals In Repeat Of 2020 Surges; Afghanistan On Verge Of Collapse As Taliban Take Over; School Mask Debate Grows Heated Nationwide; DeSantis Blasts "Medical Authoritarianism" As COVID Cases Surge; Trump Supporter Lindell's "Cyber Symposium" Ends Up Being A Dud; Southern Border Crossings Hit Two-Decade High In July. Aired 3- 4p ET
• Major 7.2 Magnitude Earthquake Strikes Haiti; Children's Hospitals In U.S. Overwhelmed, Unable To Handle Rise In Cases; Taliban Seizes 21 Afghan Provincial Capitals; U.S. Deploying 3,000 Troops To Evacuate Embassy Personnel; Schwarzenegger On Mask, Vaccine Debates: Screw Your Freedom; Respiratory Therapist Calls On Schools To Keep Children Safe; New DHS Terrorism Bulletin Warns Of Potential Violence Ahead Of 9/11, Religious Holidays, But Also Alarming Amount Of Online Extremist Rhetoric. Aired 1-2p ET
• Biden Authorizes 5,000 Troops To Protect Afghanistan Drawdown; Interview With Rep. Jason Crow (D-CO); At Least 227 Dead After 7.2 Magnitude Earthquake Strikes Haiti; Doctor: This Is Starting To Look Ominous In The South"; Hospitals Overwhelmed As Delta Surges Among Unvaccinated; Tropical Storm Grace Forms In Atlantic As Fred Nears Florida. Aired 6-7p ET
• Major 7.2 Magnitude Earthquake Strikes Haiti; Haiti To Expect Tropical Storm-Force Winds, Heavy Rains Monday Into Tuesday; DHS: Unprecedented Number Of Migrants Illegally Crossing Border; Florida Reports Record High Number Of New Infections This Week; Rep. Kevin McCarthy Selling T-Shirts Pushing Anti-Mask Mandate Message; Taliban Seizes Another Afghan Provincial Capital. Aired 12-1p ET
• Biden Deploying 5,000 Troops To Afghanistan As Taliban Advances; At Least 227 People Dead After 7.2 Magnitude Earthquake Hits Haiti; Interview With Miami Mayor Francis Suarez (R); Baltimore Health Department Using Memes To Promote Vaccinations; Some GOP Governors Refuse Stricter COVID Rules As Cases Surge; McCarthy Fundraising Off Pelosi Insult With "Moron" T-Shirt; Airline Travel Slows As Concern Over Delta Variant Rises. Aired 4-5p ET
• Biden Authorizes 5,000 Troops To Ensure Safe Drawdown In Afghanistan; Haiti Hit With 7.2 Magnitude Earthquake; Hospitals Overwhelmed As Delta Surges Among Unvaccinated; "I Am Legend" Movie Plot Becomes Part Of Bizarre Anti-Vaxx Conspiracy; Prominent Republicans Slapped With Social Media Suspensions; Republican Senators Grilled After Fox Host Touts Autocrat Viktor Orban As Model For GOP; GOP Congressman Aided Trump Effort To Flip DOJ On Big Lie. Aired 5-6p ET
• Back to School Battles Erupt over Mask Mandates; Doctors who Studied One Million Students say Universal Masking Works; One Person Stabbed at COVID Protest Outside Los Angeles City Hall. Aired 7-8p ET
• Mask, Vaccine Mandates Spark Protests; Growing Calls For FDA To Authorize COVID Vaccine For Kids Under 12; Biden Admin Ordered To Revive Trump-Era Border Policy; COVID Complicates Another School Year. Aired 8-9p ET
• More U.S. Troops To Afghanistan As Taliban Sees Gains; Former U.S. Military Base Now Under Taliban Control; Death Toll Climbing After Earthquake Struck Haiti; One Person Stabbed At COVID Protest Outside L.A. City Hall; Airline Travel Slows As Concern Over Delta Variant Rises; Afghan Civilians Forced To Flee As Taliban Advance. Aired 9-10p ET


August 13, 2021
• 3,000 U.S. Troops to Help with Embassy Drawdown; Health Officials Studying Long COVID in Children; Villages in Evia Coming to Grips with Devastation of Wildfires; National Mourning for at Least 69 People Killed in Fires in Algeria; U.N.: 390K Afghans Displaced This Year; Mexico Reports More Than 24K New COVID Cases Thursday; Samsung Vice Chairman Released on Parole. Aired 12-12:45a ET
• Taliban's Hold in Afghanistan Growing by the Day; Cities Seized Without a Fight; Pentagon Sending 3,000 Troops in Afghanistan; FDA Approves Booster Shots; Mexico's Health Care System Overwhelmed by COVID Cases; Pooper Countries Left Behind in Vaccination; Afghan Cities Lashkar Gah, Kandahar Fall To Taliban; Samsung's Vice Chairman Lee Jae-Yong Released On Parole; Wildfires Wipeout Greek Villages; Algeria Battling Wildfires; Onboard JetBlue's First Trans-Atlantic Flight; Britney Spears Conservator Challenge. Aired 3-4a ET
• Afghan Cities Lashkar Gah, Kandahar Fall to Taliban; 3,000 U.S. Troops to Help with Embassy Drawdown; FDA Authorizes Booster for Some Immunocompromised Americans; Mask Mandates Enrage Some Americans as Variant Spreads; U.S. Hospitals Running Out of Beds; Extreme Heat and Fires Scorch Greece and Algeria; Fred Expected to Restrengthen As It Heads Toward U.S. Aired 4-4:30a ET
• Second Largest Afghan City, Kandahar, Falls to Taliban; 3,000 U.S. Troops to Help with Kabul Embassy Drawdown; Britney Spears' Dad Intends to Step Down as Co-Conservator; Mexico Reports 24,700+ New COVID Cases Thursday; Second Largest Afghan City, Kandahar, Falls to Taliban; Belarus Accused of Using Migrants to Pressure E.U.; Samsung Vice Chairman Lee Jae-Yong Released on Parole; Onboard JetBlue's First Flight to Europe; Villages in Evia Coming to Grips with Devastation. Aired 1-2a ET
• Second-Largest Afghan City, Kandahar, Falls to Taliban; U.N.: 390,000 Afghans Displaced this Year; Mexico Reports 24,700+ New COVID Cases Thursday; Trump Supporter's "Cyber Symposium" Ends Up Being a Dud; "Field of Dreams" Game and Messi Trains with PSG; Britney Spears Dad Intends to Step Down as Co-Conservator. Aired 4:30-5a ET
• Eight States Account for 51 Percent of U.S. COVID Hospitalizations; Taliban Now Control Half of Afghanistan's Provincial Capitals; Four Broward County Teachers Die from COVID Complications in 24 Hours. Aired 10-10:30a ET
• Los Angeles County Expands Vaccine Mandate to Include Paramedics, Dental Office Workers, Home Health Workers; Pandemic Widens Learning Gap Between Struggling and Excelling Students; Britney Spears's Father Says He'll Step Down as Conservator. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• FDA Approves Third Dose for Some; Afghanistan on Verge of Taliban Takeover; Afghanistan's Unraveling Threatens Biden's Legacy; COVID Hospitalizations in the U.S.; San Antonio Mayor Ron Nirenberg is Interviewed about Federal Assistance for COVID. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• Census Shows U.S. is More Diverse; Democrats Threaten to Derail Pelosi; Russia Interfering in 2022 Election; July High for Illegal Border Crossings. Aired 9:30-10a ET
• Now, CDC Meeting after FDA Approves Third Dose for Immunocompromised; Feds Detect Alarming Amount of Online Extremist Rhetoric; Record Number of Children Hospitalized for COVID. Aired 1- 1:30p ET
• CDC Recommends Third Dose For Some; Afghanistan in Crisis. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• Cuomo Set to Step Down; Afghanistan Crisis; CDC Recommends Third Vaccine Dose For Some. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• Record Number of Children Hospitalized for COVID; Zero Pediatric ICU Beds Left in Dallas County, Judge Says Child Has to Die for Bed to Free Up; Growing Pressure for Vaccine Authorization in Kids Under 12; U.S. Sending 3,000 Troops to Aid Evacuations as Afghanistan on Verge of Complete Taliban Takeover; Former Secretary of State Pompeo Blames Biden's "Weak Leadership" for Afghan Crisis; CDC Vaccine Advisers Recommend Third COVID-19 Dose to Certain Immunocompromised People. Aired 1:30-2p ET
• Pentagon Briefing on Crisis in Afghanistan; U.S. Embassy Kabul Instructing Personnel to Destroy Sensitive Material; CDC Vaccine Advisers Recommend Third COVID-19 Dose to Certain Immunocompromised People. Aired 2:30-3p ET
• Afghanistan's Fast Unraveling Jolts Biden National Security Team; Feds Detect Alarming Amount of Online Domestic Extremist Rhetoric; Man Who Got Unauthorized Third Shot; DHS Says Unprecedented Number of Migrants Illegally Crossing Border. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• Second Largest Afghan City Falls to Taliban; Coronavirus Pandemic Around the World; Extreme Weather Torments Europe. Aired 2-3a ET


August 12, 2021
• WHO: World on Track for 300M Cases by Early 2022; Mexico's President Vows to Protect Prominent TV Anchor. Aired 12-12:45a ET
• Mexico's President Vows to Protect Prominent T.V. Anchor; China's Sentencing of Canadian Businessman Sparks Outrage. Aired 2- 2:45a ET
• Taliban Takes Tenth City in Afghanistan; International Community Must Act to Save Afghanistan; Algerians Struggle to Contain Wildfires; Tropical Depression Poured Heavy Rain to Dominican Republic; Mexican Anchor Remain Consistent with Her Job; Omar al- Bashir Faces ICC; Kathy Hochul Ready to Govern New York. Aired 3-4a ET
• U.S. Health Officials Race to Expand Vaccine Protection; Tennessee School Board Meeting Erupts with Anti-Mask Protests; Taliban Now Control 10 Provincial Capitals; Fred Weakens to Tropical Depression in the Caribbean; Greek Officials: Evia Fires Coming Under Control; 69 Killed in Algeria, National Mourning Declared; Family Has Change of Heart on Vaccines After Teen's Close Call. Aired 4-4:30a ET
• Senate Passes Two Key Biden Spending Bills; Kathy Hochul, New York's States Lieutenant Governor Promises Changes; New Zealand Outline Plans to Reopen Borders; Paris Saint-Germain Officially Introduce Lionel Messi. Aired 4:30-5a ET
• HHS to Require Its Entire Health Care Workforce be Vaccinated; COVID Outbreaks Force Several Schools to Turn to Virtual Learning; Dry Conditions Fuel 105 Wildfires in 14 Western States. Aired 10-10:30a ET
• Hospitals Across U.S. Running Out of ICU Beds as COVID Cases Surge; Taliban Fighters Break Through Frontline in Kandahar; Parents of 337 Migrant Children Separated at Border Still Not Found. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• Sense of Urgency in White House as Taliban Make Rapid Gains in Afghanistan; Hospitals Across U.S. Running Out of ICU Beds as Cases Surge; Biden Lays Out Plan to Lower Prescription Drug Prices. Aired 1- 1:30p ET
• Crisis in Afghanistan. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• Crisis in Afghanistan. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• Anti-Mask Parents Threaten Health Officials in Tennessee; Los Angeles Moves Toward Vaccine Requirement for Indoor Public Spaces; Judge Rules Dominion Voting Lawsuits Against Trump Allies Can Go Forward. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• Rand Paul Reveals Wife Bought Stock Last Year in Remdesivir Maker; Intelligence Warns Kabul Could Fall into Taliban Control in 30 to 60 Days; Back-to-School Shopping Impacted by COVID Surge. Aired 9:30-10a ET
• Biden Lays Out Plan to Lower Prescription Drug Prices; U.S. May Move Embassy to Kabul Airport as Taliban Close In; 26 Arizona Republicans Urge Governor to Withhold Public Funding from Schools Requiring Masks. Aired 1:30-2p ET
• Pentagon Indicates 3,000 Plus Troops Will Go to Afghanistan; State Department Says Hastening Relocations of Afghans Who Helped U.S. in War; Parents Clash Over School Mask Mandate in Tennessee; White House Teams Up with Social Media Influencers to Boost Vaccine Rates. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• FDA Expected to Authorize 3rd COVID Shot for Immunocompromised; Debate Rages Over School Mask Mandates as Kids Attend At Risk; Georgia Hospital Workers "At Wits End" Amid COVID Surge; Pentagon: Approx. 3,000 U.S. Troops Will Go Into Afghanistan. Aired 2:30-3p ET


August 11, 2021
• China Convicts Canadian Businessman On Espionage Charges; Eight Provincial Capitals Fall To Taliban Militants; Hospitals Admitting More Children As Delta Variant Spreads; Delta-Driven COVID Surge Affecting Children More Frequently; COVID Cases Rising In Asia As Delta Variant Spreads; Greek Villagers Fight To Save Homes, Refuse To Leave. Aired 12-1a EST
• Biden Stands By Commitment on Troop Withdrawal; Gov. Andrew Cuomo (D-NY) Announces Resignation; Buckingham Palace, Legal Team Refuse to Comment. Aired 2-2:45a ET
• Afghan Forces Are on Their Own; War Left Thousands Homeless in Afghanistan. China Sentenced Canadian Businessman 11 Years in Prison; South Korea Struggles to Contain the Virus; Study Shows COVID-19 Can Be Eradicated; Children Facing the Risk Without Protection. Aired 3-4a ET
• American Children Head Back to School Amid COVID Surge; Texas Governor Doubles Down on Mask Mandate Ban; At Least Seven States Have Banned Mask Mandates in Schools; Andres Cuomo Announces Resignation; Eight Provincial Capitals Fall to Taliban Militants; Senate Approves $3.5 Trillion Budget Resolution. Aired 4-4:30a ET
• Senate Approves $3.5 Trillion Budget Resolution; Tropical Storm Fred Forms in the Caribbean Sea; Almost 1,000 Firefighters Deployed to Evia, Greece; Greenville, CA City Center Burned Out by Wildfire; Louisiana Reports Rise in Vaccination as Cases Surge; Hospitals Admitting More Children as Delta Variant Spreads; China Convicts Canadian Businessman of Espionage Charges. Aired 4:30-5a ET
• Senate Democrats Approve $3.5 Trillion Budget Resolution; Expert Says, Now is One of the Most Dangerous Times of Pandemic for Kids; Senate Judiciary Chief Wants to Investigate Allegations that Trump's Chief of Staff may have Aided in 2020 Election Pressure Campaign. Aired 10-10:30a ET
• Senate Approves Budget Plan; Government Sends Ventilators to Florida; Dangerous Times of Pandemic for Kids; YouTube Suspends Rand Paul. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• Camden Mayor Goes Door-to-Door with Bullhorn Urging Vaccinations; NASA I.G. Says, Returning Astronauts to the Moon by 2024 Not Feasible; New Inflation Report, Prices Keep Rising in U.S. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• Pak Testifies before Senate Committee; Arrest Warrants for 52 Texas Democrats; Hochul to Speak in New York; Jeremy Zellner is Interviewed about Hochul Taking Over as Governor; Taliban Claims Ninth Afghan City; Manchin Raises Concerns on Bill. Aired 9:30-10a ET.
• Expert Says, Now is One of the Most Dangerous Times of Pandemic for Kids; Soon, Biden Touts Senate Wins on Infrastructure $3.5 Budget Plan. Aired 1-1:30p ET
• Intel Officials Draft Classified Report on COVID Origins; Baltimore Mayor Blames Unvaccinated for Indoor Mask Mandate; Former U.S. Attorney Who Quit Amid Trump's Attacks on Georgia Election Results Speaks to Senate Committee; Americans Paying More for Gas, Food, Hotels. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• Biden Touts Senate Wins On Infrastructure, $3.5T Budget Plan; Incoming N.Y. Governor Holds First News Conference. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• More Children in COVID Wards Than Ever Before; Florida Governor Downplays COVID Surge As Cases Spike Statewide; New Obstacles Face Biden's "Build Back Better Plan". Congressman Colin Allred discussed about infrastructure bill. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• Soon, NY Lt. Gov. Speaks as She Prepares to Make History as First Woman to Lead State; New Report: Inflation Pace Slowed in July But Remains Elevated; Randi Weingarten, president, American Federation of Teachers, Discusses Battle Over Mask and Vaccine Mandates in Schools; Joe Biden Delivers Remarks on Infrastructure Bill, $3.5 Trillion Budget. Aired 1:30-2p ET
• Hochul: "I'm Ready for This, I'm Fully Prepared" To Be NY Governor; California Governor Announces New Rules On Vaccines; Frontline Workers: Seeing More Children In COVID Wards Than Before; Louisiana Nurse: COVID Patients "Getting Younger And Sicker"; Judge: Congress Can Access Some of Trump's Tax Records; Scott Kirby, CEO, United Airlines, Discusses United Requiring All Employees Get Vaccinated. Aired 2:30-3p ET
• Eight Provincial Afghan Capitals Fall to Taliban; China Convicts Canadian on Espionage Charges; South Korea Reports Record COVID-19 Deaths; Florida Teacher Speaks Out after Long Battle with COVID-19. Aired 1-2a ET


August 10, 2021
• Nearly 600 Wildfires Burning Across Greece. Report: Climate Change Transforming Life As We Know It; More Provincial Capitals Fall In Taliban Offensive; China Racing To Contain Growing Number Of New Cases; Understanding How Aerosolized COVID Affects Spread. Aired 12-1a EST
• Report Says, Climate Change Transforming Life as We Know It; Tower Bridge Stuck Open for Hours after Technical Issue; Extreme Weather Threatens U.K.'s Puffin Population. Aired 2-2:45a ET
• U.S. Seeing More Daily COVID Infections; Infrastructure Bill on Its Way to Congress; Greeks Waiting for Aid; Heat Wave Can Trigger More Wildfires in Western U.S.; U.N. Report Warns People of Worse to Come. Aired 3-4a ET
• U.S. Children Head Back to School Amid COVID Surge; Florida School System Defies Governors Order on Masks; Report: Climate Change Transforming Life as We Know It; More Than 100 Fires Burning Across 15 State; Neary 600 Wildfires Burning Across Greece; U.S. Senate to Vote on $1.27 Trillion Infrastructure Bill Today; PSG Fans Await Possible Arrival of Barcelona Legend Lionel Messi. Aired 4:00-4:30a ET
• New Attacks on Vaccines and Masks as Delta Spreads; Woman Facing Eviction Clarifies Her Story; Chines Court Upholds Death Sentence for Robert Schellenberg; Sixth Provincial Capital Falls in Taliban Offensive; Gov. Newsom Faces Many Challengers and Voter Apathy. Aired 4:30-5a ET
• Cuomo Accuser Pens Scathing Essay; Officers Turn their Back on Chicago's Mayor; Nurse Shares Story of Frustration; Dominion Voting Systems Files Lawsuits. Aired 9:30-10a ET.
• Gov. Andrew Cuomo (D-NY) Resigns, Effective in 14 Days; Battle Heats Up over Masks in Schools as Cases in Kids Surge. Aired 1-1:30p ET
• Nearly 94,000 Cases of Children With COVID; Judge Seeks Restraining Order on Mask Mandates in Texas; Florida Governor Threatens to Withhold Pay over Mask Mandates; Battle over Masks in Schools Heats Up; Vote on Infrastructure Deal; Biden to Address Infrastructure. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• U.S. Tells Taliban, Stop Military Offensive in Afghanistan Now; Senate Democrats to Work on Budget Resolution after Infrastructure Vote; China Reports Highest Daily COVID Cases since January. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• Climate Report: "Code Red for Humanity"; PSG Fans Await Possible Arrival of Barcelona Legend; Canada Reopens Border to Vaccinated U.S. Travelers; Chinese Court Upholds Death Sentence for Robert Schellenberg; More Provincial Capitals Fall in Taliban Offensive; Children Caught in the Crossfire of Taliban Battles; Climate Crisis Threatens Puffins; Tokyo Games Featured the most Openly LGBTQ Olympians Ever. Aired 1-2a ET
• New York Governor Cuomo Resigns; Coronavirus Pandemic. Aired 2- 2:30p ET
• Biden on Taliban Resurgence in Afghanistan as U.S. Pulls Out; Biden Addresses Senate Passage of $1 Trillion Infrastructure Bill; Florida School Board Defies Governor's Ban on Mask Mandate; Broward County Public Schools Votes to Maintain Mask Mandate, Defying DeSantis; New York Gov. Cuomo Resigns; Kathy Hochul Will Be New York's First Woman Governor. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• New York Gov. Cuomo Resigns, Effective in 14 Days; VP Harris Comments on Passage of Bipartisan Infrastructure Bill; Biden Addresses Senate Passage of $1 Trillion Infrastructure Bill. Aired 3-3:30pm ET
• Large Texas School Districts Defy Governor's Ban on Mask Mandates; U.S. Hospitals Pushed to Brink by Crush of COVID Patients; Interview with Commerce Secretary Gina Raimondo; Twitter Suspends Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene for One Week; Dominion Suing Right-Wing Networks over False Election Claims. Aired 1:30-2p ET
• NY Governor Andrew Cuomo Resigns, Effective In 14 Days; Interview With State Sen. Elijah Reichlin-Melnick (D-NY); Soon, Biden Speaks After Infrastructure Bill Passes Senate But Faces Fight In House; GOP Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene Suspended From Twitter For Vaccine Misinformation; Dominion Voting Sues Newsmax, One American News Over Election Claims. Aired 2:30-3p ET
• Schools Defy Florida and Texas Governors on Masks; New Orleans Hospital Chief: Record Number of Severely Ill Children; Senate to Vote on Infrastructure Bill; Texas Democrats Can Return to State without Fear of Arrest. Aired 10-10:30a ET


August 09, 2021
• Cities Fall to Taliban as Government Forces Struggle; France Expands Use of COVID Health Pass; Summer Olympics Wrap Up After Yearlong Delay; Fires Raging in Greece Spurred on By Extreme; Drought Conditions Fuel Dozens of Wildfires Across 15 States; Iran Fights to Save Once-Historic Saltwater Lake; China Under Growing Pressure as Beijing 2022 Nears; The Olympics that Reshaped Mental Health Awareness; Business is Booming for Wedding Planners, Dating Apps. Aired 1-2a ET
• Soaring COVID Cases in U.S. Erasing Months of Progress; Debates Over Mask, Vaccine Mandates Rage as COVID Spreads; U.N. Releases Critical Climate Change Report; California's Dixie Fire Now Second Largest in State History; Taliban Take Taloqan, Now Control Five Provincial Capitals; New York Lawmakers to Meet with Impeachment Investigators; Former Justice Officials Detail Effort to Undermine 2020 Election Results. Aired 4-4:30a ET
• Taliban Take Control of Another Afghan City; Time For Leaders to mandate Masks; Leaders Fail to Lead; Wildfires a Huge Climate Change Concern; COVID-19 Seen a Spike in Southeast Asia. Aired 3-4a ET
• Florida Reports Record Week of New Covid Infections; Republicans Follow Trumps Dismissal of Virus; France Expands Use of COVID Health pass; Mass Testing, Travel Limits in China after New Cases Reported; Grease Fires "Like a Horror Movie"; Summer Olympic Games Wrap up after Your Long Delay. Aired 4:30-5a ET
• Taliban is Rapidly Gaining Ground; Health Pass Required to Visit French Cafes, Restaurants and Long Distance Trains. Aired 12-1a ET
• Taliban Take Fifth Afghan City as U.S. Completes Withdrawal; Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D-NY) Says She Feared Being Raped During Insurrection; Canada Opens Border to Vaccinated Americans Today. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• String Of Taliban Victories Over Past 72 Hours; Former Trump Officials Testify, Cuomo Staffer Who Filed Criminal Complaint Speaks Publicly. Aired 2-3aET
• United States Averages 100,00 New COVID Cases a Day; Fauci Calls for Vaccine Mandates; Brittany Commisso Speaks Out Against Gov. Cuomo. Aired 10-10:30a ET
• U.S. Averaging 514 Deaths a Day as Pandemic of Unvaccinated Worsens; New York Lawmakers Plot Path Forward on Gov. Andrew Cuomo (D- NY) Impeachment; Senate Moves Toward Final Vote on $1.2 Trillion Infrastructure Bill. Aired 1-1:30p ET
• Florida Schools Reopen as COVID Rates Rise; Dr. Ashish Jha is Interviewed about Vaccine Mandates; NY Lawmakers Meet on Cuomo's Impeachment. Aired 9-9:30a ET.
• Advancing the Infrastructure Bill; Ex-DOJ Officials Talk about Undermining the Election; Experts Fear Sturgis Rally with be Super Spreader Event; Taliban Takes Fifth City; U.N. Secretary General Calls Climate Report a Code Red for Humanity. Aired 9:30-10a ET
• Taliban Seize 5th Afghan City as U.S. Withdrawal Winds Down; Fully Vaccinated Americans Can Travel to Canada As of Today; California's Dixie Fire Now Second-Largest in State's History; New U.N. Report Issues Stark Warning: Window Is Closing to Avoid Catastrophic Climate Change; New Details on Trump's Efforts to Undermine Election Results. Aired 1:30-2p ET
• School to Resume in Texas with Ban of Mask Mandates; Canada Begins Allowing Fully Vaccinated Americans into Country; Blinken Touts Infrastructure Investment to Improve National Security; Pentagon Expected to Mandate Vaccines by Mid-September; Allyson Felix Sets Record for Most U.S. Track Medals; Beijing Winter Olympics Just Six Months Away. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• New Details on Trump & Allies' Efforts to Undermine Election Results; CNN's Dana Bash Goes One-on-One with Rep. Ocasio-Cortez; Senate Heads Toward Final Vote in Infrastructure Bill But It Faces Hurdles in the House; Democrats Inching Closer to New Voting Rights Bill; Taliban Seize 5th Provincial Capital in Afghanistan. Aired 2:30- 3p ET
• 6 Unvaccinated Members of Florida Church Die of COVID in 2 Weeks; Lawsuit Filed Against Florida Governor's Ban in Mask Mandates; FEMA Adds $5B to Help Vulnerable Communities. Aired 3-3:30pm ET
• Coronavirus Pandemic; Governor Cuomo Accuser Speaks Out. Aired 2-2:30p ET


August 08, 2021
• Tokyo 2020 Summer Games in Final Hours; Devastating Fires in Athens, Greece; Protests against Italy's "Green Pass"; Arkansas' Surging COVID-19 Cases Push Medical Staff to Brink; France Institutes Health Pass for Cultural, Leisure Venues; New Calls for Pregnant Women to Get Vaccinated; Beirut Blast Anniversary; Mexico Sues Gun Makers; Humanitarian Ship with Rescued Migrants Arrives in Italy; China's Drive to Win Olympic Gold. Aired 12-1a ET
• Sturgis Biker Rally Repeats Superspreader Event; Tokyo 2020 Summer Games in Final Hours; U.N. Warns of Potential Unparalleled "Catastrophe" in Afghanistan; California Wildfires; Devastating Fires in Athens, Greece; Interview with Britain's Tom Daley, Diving Gold Medalist. Aired 2-3a ET
• Tokyo 2020 Summer Games in Final Hours; Delta Variant Puts Pressure on Florida Children's Hospitals; Protests against Europe's Health Passes; U.N. Warns of Potential Unparalleled "Catastrophe" in Afghanistan; Beirut Blast Anniversary; U.S. Senate Closer to Passage of Infrastructure Bill; California Wildfires; Interview with Britain's Tom Daley, Diving Gold Medalist. Aired 3-4a ET
• Tokyo 2020 Summer Games In Final Hours; Delta Variant Puts Pressure On Florida Children's Hospitals; New Cases Surge In Greece; Scientists Puzzled By U.K. COVID-19 Trend; U.N. Warns Of Potential Unparalleled "Catastrophe" In Afghanistan; Hungary's Viktor Orban Bans Books; U.S. Senate Closer To Passage Of Infrastructure Bill; California Wildfires; Devastating Fires In Athens, Greece; China's Drive To Win Olympic Gold. Aired 4-5a ET
• New York Governor's Lawyers Fighting Allegations; Scientists Puzzled By U.K. COVID-19 Trend; Tokyo 2020 Summer Games In Final Hours; Sturgis Biker Rally Repeats Superspreader Event; U.N. Warns Of Potential Unparalleled "Catastrophe" In Afghanistan; Beirut Blast Anniversary; Protests Against Europe's Health Passes; California Wildfires; Devastating Fires In Athens, Greece; Inside Simone Biles' "Secret Gym". Aired 5-6a ET
• Cases, Hospitalizations Surge As Delta Variant Fuels New Wave In U.S.; Interview With Gov. Andy Beshear (D-KY); Dixie Fire Now Second Largest In California History; Future Variants Could Evade Vaccine-Induced Immunity; Taliban Take Kunduz, First Major City Since U.S. Withdrawal; Biden Admin's Hopes Of Reviving Deal Dimming; Olympic Games Come To A Close In Tokyo After One-Year Delay; Navigating The Isles Of Shoals. Aired 2-3p ET
• New COVID-19 Hospitalizations Hit Six-Month High; Florida Becomes The Epicenter Of The COVID-19 Pandemic; California's Dixie Fire Now Second Largest In State's History; Tracking Down A Super- Spreader Of COVID Misinformation; Confinement In Russia; Interview With Rep. Zoe Lofgren (D-CA); Disney's Hall Of Presidents; CNN Heroes. Aired 4-5p ET
• Cases, Hospitalizations Surge As Delta Variant Fuels New Wave In The U.S.; California Mandates All Healthcare Workers Be Fully Vaccinated; Senate Moving Toward Final Vote On Infrastructure Bill. Aired 3-4p ET
• Governor Andrew Cuomo Accuser Speaks Publicly For The First Time; Health Authorities Warn Of More Variants To Arrive; Thousands Evacuated As Wildfire Rages In Greece; Major Afghan City Falls To The Taliban; Interview With Rep. Joaquin Castro (D-TX); Final Day Of 2020 Tokyo Olympics; Wall Street Awaiting Effects Of Delta Variant On Job Market; A Stranger's Sketch Going Viral. Aired 5-6p ET
• Staffer Who Filed Criminal Complaint Speaks Publicly; Former Top DOJ Officials Accuse Deputy Of Trying To Help Trump Subvert 2020 Election Results; California Governor Gavin Newsom Tours Town Destroyed By Dixie Fire; U.N. Warns Global Catastrophe Ahead Of Crucial Environmental Report; Interview With Miami Mayor Francis Suarez (R); Tokyo Summer Olympics Wrap Up After Year-Long Delay. Aired 6-7p ET
• Louisiana Repeatedly Breaking Its Own COVID-19 Hospitalization Record; Staffer Who Filed Criminal Complaint Speaks Publicly; Taliban Seizes First Major Afghan City After U.S. Troop Pullout; On the Frontlines Of Taliban's Brutal Advance In Afghanistan; Barbie Debuts Six Dolls Honoring COVID-19 Leaders; California's Worsening Drought Takes Growing Toll On State. Aired 7-8p ET


August 07, 2021
• Border Afghan City Falls to Taliban; Greece Wildfires; Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games; Evidence of Possible Belarus Prison Camp for Dissidents; Tanker Hit by Iranian Drone; Iran's New President Takes Office. Aired 2-2:45a ET
• Border Afghan City Falls to Taliban; Tanker Hit by Iranian Drone; Greece Wildfires; Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games. Aired 3-3:30a ET
• Rate of Vaccination in U.S. Increases as Delta Variant Spreads; Florida Governor Ron DeSantis Defends Policy of Banning Mask Mandates in Schools; Some Fear Biker Rally in Sturgis, South Dakota, May Be Super Spreader Event for Coronavirus; Senate Reportedly Closer to Agreement on Bipartisan Infrastructure Spending Bill. Aired 10-11a ET
• COVID-19 Cases Surge in U.S. Despite Vaccination Uptick; Wildfires in U.S. and Greece; Border Afghan City Falls to Taliban; U.S. Senate to Vote on Infrastructure Bill; Andrew Cuomo Lawyer's Hit Back after AG Report; Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games. Aired 4-5a ET
• Border Afghan City Falls to Taliban; Greece Wildfires. Aired 12-12:15a ET
• Rate Of Vaccination In U.S. Increases As Delta Variant Spreads; Interview With Mayor Dan Gelber (D) Of Miami Beach; New York Governor Andrew Cuomo May Face Legal Difficulties After Report Detailing Sexual Harassment Allegations Released; CDC Issus Warning To Americans To Not Travel To Popular Tourist Destinations Due To Coronavirus Pandemic; Spirit Airlines Cancels Large Number Of Flights; California Wildfires Affecting Air Quality Of States Across U.S. Aired 2-3p ET
• Cuomo's Attorney Disputes Accuser's Story; Albany County Sheriff Speaks Following Criminal Complaint Filed Against Governor Cuomo; Interview With Gov. Tony Evers (D-WI); WI Governor: Battling COVID Will Be "Hand-To-Hand" In Coming Months; St. Louis City Council Fights Mask Mandate; California's Dixie Fire Now Third Largest In State's History. Aired 12-1p ET
• Florida Has Reported An Average Of About 19,000 New Cases Per Day In Past Week, More Than Any Other Seven-Day Period In The Entire Pandemic; Thousands Flock To SD Motorcycle Rally As Pandemic Rages; Senate Holds Rare Saturday Session For Key Vote On Infrastructure; Americans Urged To Leave Afghanistan As Taliban Advances; Schools Hit With Bus Driver Shortage As Students Return To Class; Team USA Wins 4th Straight Basketball Gold After Shaky Start. Aired 11a-12p ET
• U.S. Tops 100,000 Daily Cases For The First Time Since February; Florida Breaks Pandemic Record; Texas Governor Calls New Special Session For Voting Rights Bill; Thousands Flock To Sturgis For Motorcycle Rally As Pandemic Rages; Former GOP Rep. Denver Riggleman Joins Jan 6 Committee; Spirit Airlines Cancels 164 Flights, Down From Earlier In The Week; Video Captures Deputy's Collapse After Fentanyl Exposure; Kindness Outshines Adversity At Tokyo Games. Aired 1-2p ET
• Massive Motorcycle Rally Sparks Fears Of A Super-Spreader Event; Massive Infrastructure Bill Inches Toward Final Passage In The Senate; Fox Host Gushes About Authoritarian Leader During Hungary Trip; FOX Host Finds Much To Like About Creeping Far-Right Fascism In Hungary; Interview With Former Lt. Col. Alexander Vindman; Border Afghan City Falls To Taliban. Aired 3-4p ET
• Florida Breaks Hospitalization Record As Governor Remains Defiant; Trump's Loyalty Card; Pace Of Vaccine Messaging Slows With Half The U.S. Still Unvaccinated; Concerns About Fake Vaccine Cards As Mandates Are Enacted; GOP Official Who Mocked Masks And Vaccines Dies Of COVID; Gov. Cuomo's Lawyers Push Back On Sexual Harassment Allegations As Staff Files First Criminal Complaint; History Still Being Made At The Olympics. Aired 4-5p ET
• One-On-One With Governor Andrew Cuomo's Attorney, Rita Glavin; Glavin: He Doesn't Believe His Behavior Was Inappropriate. Aired 6-7p ET
• Coronavirus Pandemic; Florida Gov. DeSantis, School Districts Clash Over Mask Mandates; Amanda Knox Blasts New Matt Damon Film; Some A-List Celebrities Get Boot After Obama Downsized Birthday Bash Amid Delta Surge. Aired 5-6p ET
• Lawyer For Governor Cuomo Slams Credibility Of Accusers And Investigators; Cuomo's Fight To Stay In Office Faces Wave Of Democratic Defections; Interview With Sen. Bob Casey (D-PA); Florida Governor Ron DeSantis Flatly Refuses To Call For School Mask Mandates; Dixie Fire Destroys California Town; Georgia Governor Refuses To Issue Mask Mandate, Even For Schools; Unvaccinated COVID Survivor Urges People To Get Their Shots. Aired 7-8p ET
• Gov. Cuomo's Atty.: Report That Governor Sexually Harassed 11 Women "Shoddy," "Biased," "An Ambush;" Aide Who Says Gov. Cuomo Groped Her Files Criminal Complaint; U.S. Averaging 100K Plus New Cases a Day as Delta Drives Spread. Aired 8-9p ET


August 06, 2021
• Firefighters are Scrambling to Contain Fires in Southern Europe; Global Push for Vaccines as Delta Variant Surges; FC Barcelona Say Lionel Messi is Leaving the Club; Iran's Hardline New President Sworn In Amid Stalled Nuclear Deal; War in Afghanistan; U.S.: "A Team" Wins Gold in Women's Beach Volleyball; IOC Revokes Accreditations of two Belarusian Coaches; W.H.O.: COVID-Related Death in Africa Reach Record Peak; Study: Flooding Will Affect Millions More People By 2030; 13-Year-Old British Skateboarder Sky Brown Still Soaring. Aired 2-3a ET
• COVID Cases in the U.S. to Worsen Says CDC Director; Quarantines and Travel Restrictions Anew in China; Australia Imposes Another Lockdown; Delta Variant Causing Chaos in Southeast Asia; U.S. Intelligence Community Comb Through Heaps of Data on COVID Origins; Tigray Rebels Seize UNESCO Site of Lalibela; Wildfires Burning Out of Control in Southern Europe; Calls for Pregnant to Get Vaccinated in U.K.; Climate Crisis In 2030; Mexico Sues U.S. Gun Makers Over Flow Of Firearms; New Calls For Pregnant Women To Get Vaccinated; Women Of Team USA Are Racking Up Olympic Medals. Aired 3-3:45a ET
• U.S. Vaccinations Now Up to About 700,000 Per Day; Florida Becomes Latest COVID-19 Epicenter in U.S.; Florida Governor Bans Mask Mandates in Schools; Hard Lockdowns Imposed on Australia's Three Largest Cities; New Travel Restrictions, Quarantines in China as Cases Rise; IOC Revokes Accreditation of Two Belarusian Coaches; Greek Prime Minister: County Faces Critical Situation as Fires Burn; Greenville Falls Victim to Fast-Moving Blaze. Aired 4-4:30a ET
• Johns Hopkins: U.S. Averaging 97,500 New Cases Per Day; Australians Face New Lockdowns as COVID Cases Surge; 6,000 Hectares Burned in Greece Since Sunday; Lionel Messi Parts Ways with Spanish Football Team; IOC Revokes Accreditations of Two Belarusian Coaches; Inside the Gym that Let Biles Train for an Olympic Comeback; Women of Team U.S.A. are Racking up Olympic Medals; Raisi Calls for Lifting of Sanctions During Inauguration. Aired 1-2a ET
• House Panel Takes the Lead in January 6 Investigations; Hardliner Ebrahim Raisi Sworn into Office in Iran; U.S. Urges Tigrayan Forces to Protect Ethiopia's Lalibela; Lionel Messi Parts Ways with Spanish Football Team; Women of Team USA Are Racking Up Olympic Medals; Spirit Airlines Cancels Hundreds of Flights. Aired 4:30-5a ET
• Father Hospitalized with COVID Urges People to Get Vaccinated; Florida Shatters Hospitalization Record as Gov. Ron DeSantis (R-FL) Remains Defiant; Damning New Evidence Shows Trump and Loyalists Attempted Coup. Aired 10-10:30a ET
• CNN: Biden Considers Withholding Federal Funds To Spur Vaccines; W.H. Launches Effort To Get More Eligible Children Vaccinated; CDC Director: Fully-Vaccinated Who Get Breakthrough Infection Can Pass It On; Texas Education Agency Releases Controversial New Guidance For Schools On Handling Positive COVID Cases; United Airlines Mandates COVID-19 Vaccine For All Employees; Senate Back Tomorrow For Key Vote On $1T Infrastructure Deal; About 31,000 People Under Evacuation Orders Due To Dixie Fire; W.V. Gov. Launches Program To Measure Antibody Levels Among Vaccinated. Aired 9- 9:30a ET
• Top House Democrat Calls Out Extreme Left Wing of His Party; Texas Governor Announces Second Special Session of State Legislature; Allyson Felix Makes History in the Women's 400-Meter. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• W.V. Gov. Launches Program To Measure Antibody Levels Among Vaccinated; W.V. COVID Czar Warns State Is At "Critical Moment" For Vaccinations; Space Force Guardians Defend America High Above Earth; U.S. Makes Strong Hiring Gains, Adds 943,000 Jobs In July. Aired 9:30- 10a ET
• Interview With White House National Climate Adviser Gina McCarthy; Criminal Complaint Filed Against Andrew Cuomo; Vaccination Push. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• White House Considering New Plan, Withhold Funding to Increase Vaccinations; U.S Adds 943,000 Jobs in July, Unemployment Falls to 5.4 Percent; Companies Wrestle with Employee Vaccine Mandates. Aired 1- 1:30p ET
• Infrastructure Negotiations; Interview With State Sen. Shevrin Jones (D-FL); Half of U.S. Population Now Vaccinated. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• CDC Director Walensky's Statement; The Latest COVID Numbers in Thailand; COVID Delta Variant is Driving up Infection Rates Across Southeast Asia; U.S. Women Athletes Are Taking the Olympics by Storm. Aired 12-1a ET
• Companies Wrestle with Employee Vaccine Mandates; Governor Cuomo Accuser Files Criminal Complaint; Pentagon Investigative Team: Iran Behind Attack on Oil Tanker; South Dakota Motorcycle Rally Rolls on, Despite Delta Variant Threat; Kindness Outshines Adversity at Tokyo Games. Aired 1:30-2p ET
• Sturgis Offers Free Self-Test Kits During Motorcycle Rally; Soon Cuomo's Attorneys to Speak About Accuser's Criminal Complaint; Cuomo Attorney's Speak After Staffer Files Criminal Complaint. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• U.S. Adds 943,000 Jobs in July, Unemployment Rate at 5.4%; Biden: July Job Growth Is Proof "Our Plan Is Working"; Op-Ed: "Woke" Corporations Won't Stop the Pandemic, Government Intervention Will; Texas Governor Calls Special Session Aimed at Restrictive Voting Laws; My Pillow CEO Mike Lindell Presses Ahead with False 2020 Fraud Claims. Aired 2:30-3p ET


August 05, 2021
• WHO Asks Wealthy Nations to Pause Booster Shots; Europe Added More Countries to its Green List; Virus Excuses No One on Its Path; Israel Targeted Terrorist's Rocket Launch; Scorching Fires Swept Thousands of Homes; Brazil's Supreme Court to Investigate President Bolsonaro; Outbreak Lingers Despite Sydney's Strict Lockdown; Australians Worn Down As Delta Variant Outbreak Drags On; U.S. Men's Basketball Advances To Gold Medal Game; Tokyo Posts Record 4,166 New COVID Cases On Wednesday; Iran's New President To Be Sworn In. Outrage Over Alleged Rape And Murder Of A Nine-Year-Old Girl; Belarusian Olympian Seeking Asylum Arrives In Poland. Aired 3-3:45a ET
• Global Cases Top 200 Million as Delta Spreads; Study: Vaccinated People Clear Delta Infections Quicker; Documents: Trump Pressured Justice Department on Election; Andrew Cuomo Could Face Criminal Charges; Growing Calls for Andrew Cuomo to Resign; United States Rallies to Reach Gold Medal Match; Fires Threaten Tourist Spots and Historic Sites in Greece; Evident of Possible Belarus Prison Camp for Dissidents. Aired 4-4:30a ET
• Evidence of Possible Belarus Prison Camp for Dissidents; Renewed Calls for Justice on Anniversary of Explosion in Beirut; Millions Tested, Movements Curbed as Delta Spreads in China; Medical Workers Quitting Over Arkansas Outbreak; Mexico Takes U.S. Gun Makers to Court; Airline Now Says It Supports Crew Who Taped Man to Seat. Aired 4:30-5a ET
• Fauci Says, Variant Worse Than Delta Likely if COVID Keeps Spreading; Florida's Governor Holding Firm That Schools Allow Parents to Make Masking Decisions for Children; New Evidence of Trump's Attempts to Weaponize Justice Department. Aired 10-10:30a ET
• Raisi To Be Sworn In As Iranian President In Coming Hours; Heightened Tensions In The Middle East; Tokyo Posts Record 4,166 New COVID Cases On Wednesday; Aiming For Gold; Protesters, Security Forces Clash On Explosion Anniversary; Hundreds Evacuated As Fires Breach Turkish Power Plant; Heat Wave Stokes Hundreds OF Fires Southern Countries; Evidence Of Possible Belarus Prison Camp For Dissidents; Canada's Andre De Grasse Wins Men's 200m Gold. Aired 12-1a ET
• Heat Waves Strokes Hundreds Of Fires In Southern Countries; Global Cases Top 200 Million As Delta Spreads; 27 Gold Medals Up For Grabs In 12 Olympic Sports; Hardliner Ebrahim Raisi Will Soon Be Sworn Into Office; Protesters, Security Forces Clash On Explosion Anniversary; Protesters, Security Forces Clash on Explosion Anniversary; Mexico Takes U.S. Gun Makers to Court; Business is Booming for Wedding Planner, Dating Apps. Aired 2-3a ET
• Moderna Says Booster will be Needed; COVID Hospitalizations up in Florida; Jerry Demings is Interviewed about Delta Surge in Florida; Trump's Attempts to Weaponize DOJ; Cuomo Defiant Ad Democrats Call for Resignation. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• Source Says, New York State Impeachment Committee Says Investigations is Near Completion; CNN Reports, U.S. Intel Scours Genetic Data from Wuhan Lab in Origin Hunt; Video Shows Possible Prison Camp for Belarusian Dissenters. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• Interview With Carmel, Indiana, Mayor James Brainard; Belarus Building Dissident Prison?; Tragedy of Vaccine Hesitancy; Interview With Alexander Vindman. Aired 1-1:30p ET
• Fauci Fears Variant Worse than Delta Could be on its Way; Global Cases Top 200 Million as Delta Variant Spreads; WHO Wants Moratorium on Booster Shots Through September; Wildfires Spreading Across Southern Europe; Israel Warplanes Strike "Rocket Launch Sites" in Lebanon; Medals on the Line in 12 Sports including Karate; Games Go On Despite Tokyo's Fourth State of Emergency; Recent Attacks Underscore Taliban Threat to Security; Civil War Looms as Taliban Move to Capture Territory. Aired 1-2a ET
• U.S. Nearing 100,000 New Daily Cases as Delta Variant Spreads; Intel Agencies Scour Reams of Genetic Data in Hunt for COVID Origin; CNN Tracks Down a Super-Spreader of COVID Misinformation. Aired 1- 1:30p ET
• Justice Department to Investigate Phoenix Police Department; COVID Surging. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• Democrats Call for Cuomo's Resignation; Four New York DAs Request Info from AG; Atlanta Requiring Masks as Classes Resume; Health Officials Face Threats; Dixie Fire Destroys Greenville; Team USA Plays for Gold in Men's Basketball. Aired 9:30-10a ET.
• Infrastructure Negotiations; COVID Cases Surging; President Biden Sets New Target For Electric Vehicles. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• Investors Welcome Weekly Jobless Numbers; Companies Get Creative to Encourage Staff to Get Vaccinated; Education Secretary Miguel Cardona Discusses Getting Kids Back in Class Amid Pandemic of Unvaccinated, More Florida School Districts Defying Mask Mandate Ban; U.S. Men's Track Botch Relay Handoff, Fail to Advance, as U.S. Women's Soccer Beats Australia for Bronze. Aired 1:30-2p ET
• DOJ Opens Civil Rights Investigation into Phoenix City Government & Police; As Investigation "Nears Completion," NY Lawmakers Starting Impeachment Unless Gov. Cuomo Resigns; State Trooper Claims NY Governor Inappropriately Touched, Kissed Her; Alabama Cases, Hospitalizations Spike as Delta Variant Surges But Vaccines Start Ticking Up; CA Dixie Fire Now State's 6th-Largest in History, Decimates Greenville; Cancellations Upend Spirit Airlines' Scheduled for 5th Day. Aired 2:30-3p ET
• Biden Announces Target of 50 Percent Electric Vehicles By 2030; Biden Says No Reason U.S. Can Lead Electrical Vehicle Technology; Phoenix School District Defies State Law Banning Mask Mandates. Aired 3:30-4p ET


August 04, 2021
• Ukrainian Police Investigating Death Of Belarusian Dissident; Blast Rocks Kabul Near Acting Defense Minister's Home; Scorching Temperatures Fueling Wildfires In Southeast; World Record Deja Vu In 400-Meter Hurdles; China Scrambling To Contain Growing Outbreak Of COVID-19; France Aims To Expand Digital "Health Pass" As Cases Rise; Official Probe Remains Stalled One Year After Disaster; President Biden: Governor Cuomo Should Resign; 1,000+ Spectators Allowed at Olympic Cycling Events. Aired 12-12:45a ET
• Scorching Temperatures Fueling Wildfires In Southeast; Blast Rocks Kabul Near Acting Defense Minister's Home; Taliban Moving To Capture Provincial Capitals; IOC Opens Disciplinary Commission for Belarus Case; Rights Group Calls for International Probe into Blast; Sydney McLaughlin Shatters 400-Meter Hurdles World Record. Aired 2-3a ET
• Scorching Fires Spread in Southeastern Europe; Bombing Took Place in Afghanistan's Capital; Belarusian Athlete Now in Safe Hands; Belarusian Dissident Found Dead in Kiev's Park; Belarusian Leadership Must Pay Its Price for Unexplained Killings; Spectators Excited to Witness Tokyo Olympic Games; China Back to Lockdown Measures; Ninety Million Americans Still Unvaccinated; U.S. Ramps Up Vaccination Push Amid Delta Variant Surge; U.K. Reports Vessel Safe Near UAE After Potential Hijack; Nine-Year-Old Indian Girl Allegedly Raped And Murdered; One Year Since Beirut's Port Explosion; FBI Probe Shows Amount Of Chemicals In Blasts Was A Fraction Of The Original Shipment. Aired 3-3:45a ET
• Former Surgeon General: U.S. May Be in Worst Surge Yet: Dr. Fauci Pushing for Full FDA Approval of Pfizer Vaccine; Millions Safe from Eviction After Ban Extended; Climbing Temperatures Raising Fire and Drought Threat; Turkish Crews Fight to Stop Advancing Flames; Biden Among Top Democrats Calling on Cuomo to Resign. Aired 4-4:30a ET
• Belarusian Olympian Seeking Asylum Now Heading to Vienna; Simone Biles Reveals Her Aunt Died During Olympics; Sydney McLaughlin Shatters 400M Hurdles World Record; Wuhan Confirms Current Outbreak Linked to Delta Variant; Official Probe Remains Stalled One Year after Disaster in Beirut; Maine Church Tries to Prevent Renewed COVID Rules. Aired 4:30-5a ET
• Deadly Wildfires Rage Across Europe; Belarusian Dissident's Mysterious Death; Blast Rocks Kabul Near Acting Defense Minister's Home; China Scrambling to Contain Growing COVID-19 Outbreak; Growing Calls for Vaccine Passports as Cases Surge; Memorial Vigil Marks One Year since Deadly Blast; 1,000+ Spectators Allowed at Olympic Cycling Events. Aired 1-2a ET
• Delta Variant Now Accounts for More Than 93 Percent of COVID-19 Cases in U.S.; Powerful Democrats Call on Gov. Andre Cuomo (D-NY) to Resign in Wake of Attorney General Report; Trump Attorneys Formally Join Legal Battle over Potential Release of His Tax Returns to Congress. Aired 10-10:30a ET
• Trump Attorneys Formally Join Legal Battle over Potential Release of His Tax Returns to Congress; Another Bomb Blast in Afghanistan as Taliban Advance; Airline Now Backing Flight Crew Who Duct-Taped Unruly Passenger. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• Fauci Hopes for FDA Approval Soon; Delta Variant Accounts for 93 Percent of Cases; Florida Districts Mask Mandates; China Sees Worst Outbreak in Months; Calls for Cuomo's Resignation; Shelley Mayer is Interviewed about Gov. Cuomo. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• Fauci Hopeful for Full Pfizer Approval Within Weeks; Gov. Andrew Cuomo (D-NY) Face Impeachment Threat, Calls to Resign after Sexual Harassment Report; Report Says, DOJ Official Wanted to Push False Georgia Election Fraud Claims. Aired 1-1:30p ET
• Trump Attorneys Join Legal Battle on Tax Returns; Sen. Chris Van Hollen (D-MD) is Interviewed about Infrastructure; Establishment Candidate Beats Progressive in Ohio; Cybercriminal Gang Returns. Aired 9:30-10a ET.
• Calls Grow For Cuomo to Step Down; Dominant Delta Variant. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• House Insurrection Investigation Continues; Dominant Delta Variant. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• Four New York DA's Seek Evidence into Gov. Cuomo Sexual Harassment Claims; Powerful Dems Call on Gov. Cuomo to Resign in Wake of AG Report; Teacher Details Pandemic Fears for New School Year; Taliban Claim Responsibility for Kabul Car Bombing That Killed Eight. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• Report: DOJ Official Wanted to Push False GA Election Fraud Claims; Biden Fighting Fires on Multiple Fronts as COVID Cases Spike; Biden Tells GOP Governors in TX and FL: Help Or "Get Out of the Way"; Obama Scales Back Big Birthday Bash Amid Spike in Cases; School Superintendent Issues Warning after 500 Quarantined; Report: Cases Among Children and Teens Up 84% In a Week; Frontier Airlines Backs Flight Crew That Duct-Taped Unruly Passenger. Aired 1:30-2p ET
• Report: DOJ Official Wanted To Push False GA Election Fraud Claims; Trump Formally Joins Legal Fight Over Release Of Tax Returns; NYC Business Owners Mixed On Proof Of Vaccine Mandate; Ohio Congressional Race Key Test On Presidential Sway; Obama Scales Back Birthday Bash Amid Case Spike; Frontier Airlines Backs Flight Crew That Duct-Taped Unruly Passenger. Aired 2:30-3p ET


August 03, 2021
• Expert: We've Underestimated this Virus from the Beginning; Haitian First Lady Recounts Night of Husband's Assassination; Heat Wave Driving Up Temperatures in Southern Europe; Olympic Authorities To Investigate Belarusian Sprinter Case; U.S. Gymnast Simone Biles Returns In Balance Beam Final; China Scrambling To Contain Spread Of Delta Variant; U.K. Prepares To Offer Booster Vaccines From September; Concerns Grow Over Breakthrough COVID-19 Infections. Aired 12-12:45a EST
• Olympic Authorities To Investigate Belarusian Sprinter Case; U.S. Gymnast Simone Biles Returns In Balance Beam Final; Karsten Warholm Smashes 400m Hurdles World Record; China Scrambling To Contain Spread OF Delta Variant; U.S. Vows Collective Response to Tanker Attack; Haitian First Lady Recounts Night of Husband's Assassination; Memorial Sculpture Unveiled Ahead of Blast Anniversary. Aired 2-3a ET
• Simone Biles Back to the Games; Delta Variant Surge in Chinese Cities; Vaccination is Up in the U.S.; Iran Welcomes its New President; Beirut Blast Still Without Answers; Human Rights Watch Hopes to Get Justice for Lebanese People; Polish Embassy Help Belarusian Athlete; Taliban Making Advances in Afghanistan; Turkish Villagers Left on Their Own; Global Warming Showing its Wrath in Southeast Asia. Aired 3-3:45a ET
• U.S. Ramps Up Vaccination Efforts as Delta Variant Spreads; Louisiana's Largest Hospital Runs Out of Available Beds; Simone Biles Returns in Balance Beam Final; Karsten Warholm Smashes 400m Hurdles World Record; Olympic Officials to Investigate Belarusian Sprinter Case; Taliban Pushing Toward Afghan Provincial Capitals. Aired 4-4:30a ET
• U.S. Gymnast Simone Biles Returns in Balance Beam Final; Poland Offers Belarusian Sprinter Humanitarian Visa; Iran Supreme Leader to Confirm Ebrahim Raisi on Tuesday; Haiti's First Lady Describes Night of Husband's Murder; China Scrambling to Contain Spread of Delta Variant; Qatari and Italian High Jumpers Share Gold in Final; Athletes Increasingly Prioritizing Mental Health. Aired 1-1:45a ET
• Mom of Three Faces Eviction at the Moment; New York City Mayor Recommends but Doesn't Require Indoor Masking; China Scrambling to Contain Spread of Delta Variant; Progressive Favorite Meets Establishment Candidate; Supreme Leader Confirming Ebrahim Raisi as President; U.S. Vows Collective Response to Tanker Attack; Simone Biles Returns in Balance Beam Final. Aired 4:30-5a ET
• 70 Percent of U.S. Adults Now Have At Least One Vaccine Does; Today, Broward County Public Schools Drop Mask Mandate after Gov. Ron DeSantis (R-FL) Threatens to Cut Funding; Mayor Bill de Blasio (D-New York City, NY) Speaks About Vaccines and Masks in New York City. Aired 10-10:30a ET
• Simone Biles Returns to Win Bronze on Balance Beam; Taliban Gain Ground as U.S. Enters Final Weeks of Troop Withdrawal in Afghanistan; Millions Face Eviction as Billions in Rental Aid Go Untapped. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• Biden to Speak on Vaccination Efforts; DeSantis to Speak about Mask Mandate; Oklahoma Doctor Speaks about COVID in his State; Corporations Requiring Vaccines and Masks; Two More Officers Commit Suicide. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• COVID Cases Rising; Interview With State Sen. Elijah Reichlin- Melnick (D-NY); Cuomo Denies Sexual Harassment Allegations. Aired 2- 2:30p ET
• Biles Returns to win Bronze; Morcease Beasley is Interviewed about Starting School in Georgia; Investigators Question Cuomo. Aired 9:30-10a ET
• Gov. Andrew Cuomo (D-NY) Speaks after Damning New York Attorney General Report on Sexual Harassment; Gov. Andrew Cuomo (D-NY) Denies Sexual harassment after Damning Report. Aired 1-1:30p ET
• Cuomo Denies Sexual Harassment Allegations; COVID Rising. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• Gov. Cuomo Again Denies Sexual Harassment After Damning Report; NYC Announces Vaccine Requirement for Indoor Dining, Fitness Centers, Entertainment & Performances; De Blasio Wants to Make It Difficult for Unvaccinated to Enjoy New York; 1 in 3 COVID Cases Were in Florida & Texas Last Week; Police Officer Dies after Shooting Outside the Pentagon. Aired 1:30-2p ET
• Interview with Rep. Maxine Waters (D-CA) Divide Between White House and Democrats on Eviction Freeze; New York AG Finds Gov. Cuomo Sexually Harassed Multiple Women; Biden to Update U.S. Vaccine Efforts as Delta Surges. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• Four Police Officers Die By Suicide After Defending Capitol; GOP Sen. Ron Johnson Suggests, Without Evidence, FBI Had Advance Knowledge Of January 6 Riot But Did Nothing; Emily Oster, Brown University Economics Professor, Discusses Data Showing Kids Should Be In School As Delta Races Through Unvaccinated Communities & DeSantis Not Allowing Mask Mandates In FL Schools; Simone Biles Wins Bronze On Balance Beam In Triumphant Comeback. Aired 2:30-3p ET


August 02, 2021
• China's Nanjing COVID Outbreak Extends to 10 Provinces; Australia's Queensland Extends Stay-at-Home Orders; Poorer Nations Face Vaccine Shortages as Wealthy Countries Sit on Surplus; Belarusian Sprinter Requests Political Asylum; Tunisian Swimmer Wins Gold Medal; Turkish Villagers Fighting to Stop Wildfire; Thousands of Migrants Stranded in Coastal Colombian Town. Aired 12-12:45a ET
• Delta Variant Fuels Surge in Cases and Global Concerns; Poorer Nations Face Vaccine Shortages as Wealthy Countries Sit on Surplus; Taliban Poised to Seize Provincial Capital in Helmand; UNHCR: More than 3.5 Million Displaced Amid Conflict; Fires Force Sea Evacuations on Turkey's Southwest Coast; Thousands Displaced as Floods Hit Rohingya Camps; Katie Ledecky Makes History; Tunisian Gold Medal Swimmer Receives Hero's Welcome. Aired 1-2a ET
• The Delta Variant is Surging Around the World Causing Concern; Florida Epicenter of COVID-19 Surge in the U.S.; India and China Battling with Lockdown and Restrictions; Making History at the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games; Belarusian Olympic Sprinter Seeks Asylum; Hero's Welcome for Gold Medal Winner in Tunisia; Delta Variant Fuels Surge In Cases And Global Concerns; Australia's Queensland Extends Stay-At-Home Orders; Fires Force Sea Evacuations On Turkey's Southwest Coast. Aired 2-3a ET
• Delta Variant Surges in Nearly Every U.S. State; Florida Accounts for Nearly 1 in 5 New Cases in U.S.; Vaccination Rates Increase Across U.S.; U.K. Preparing to Offer Booster Vaccines from September; Bipartisan Group of Senators Unveil Legislative Text; U.S. Democrats Push for Eviction Moratorium Extension; Day 10 of the Olympics Underway; Belarusian Sprinter Request Political Asylum; Fires Force Sea Evacuation on Turkey's Southwest Coast. Aired 4-4:30a ET
• Delta Variant Push People to Get the Shot; U.K. Prepare for a Third Booster Shot; China Seeing an Uptick in Cases; Americans Waiting for FDA Approved Booster Shot; China Seeing a New Spike in Cases; Belarusian Athlete Ask for an Asylum; Athletes Show True Meaning of Sportsmanship; Iran Oil Tanker Killed Two; Moment of truth for Palestinian Families; Republicans Boost Vaccination Campaign; Senate Unveil Their Bipartisan Deal; Young Pilot to Tour Around the World. Aired 3-4a ET
• Asian Nations Tighten Restrictions as Delta Spreads; China's Nanjing COVID Outbreak Spreads to 11 Provinces; Incentives Offered to Encourage Vaccinations in Georgia; U.S. Confident Iran Responsible for Oil Tanker Attack; Top Israeli Court to Rule on Sheikh Jarrah Eviction Case; Simone Biles to Compete in Olympic Balance Beam Final; Katie Ledecky Talks About Becoming an Olympic Legend; 19-Year-Old Woman Aims to Set Aviation Records. Aired 4:30-5a ET
• Unvaccinated Cases, Hospitalizations Rising as Variant Spreads; Florida's Crisis, State Accounts for 20 Percent of New Infections in U.S.; Millions at Risk of Being Evicted after Federal Moratorium Expires. Aired 10-10:30a ET
• DOJ Tells IRS to Turn Over Trump Tax Records to Congress; Millions at Risk of Being Evicted after Federal Moratorium Expires; U.S. Ramps Up Airstrikes on Taliban Targets in Afghanistan. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• Vaccinations Tick Up in Southern States; Some Schools Reopening as Delta Surges; NYC Mayor Expected to Encourage Masks; Senate Resumes Infrastructure Bill; Millions Risk Evictions. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• Trump Pressured the DOJ over the Election; Unvaccinated Cases Rise as Variant Spreads; Biles Returns for Balance Beam; Belarusian Sprinter Seeks Asylum. Aired 9:30-10a ET.
• Simone Biles to Compete in Balance Beam Final; Senate Moving Forward on Bipartisan Infrastructure Bill; Interview With Austin, Texas, Mayor Steve Adler; COVID Surging. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• Senator Lindsey Graham Tests Positive For COVID-19; 70 Percent of U.S. Adults Now Fully or Partially Vaccinated. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• More Proof Vaccines Save Lives as Pandemic of Unvaccinated Rages; More Americans Getting Vaccinated as Delta Variant Spreads; Hospitals Reporting Uptick of Cases Among Children; NIH Director: Best Way to Protect Kids is More Shots in Arms; Florida Leads U.S. with Nearly 1 in 5 New Cases Nationwide; Many Schools Across the South Return Today with Mask Mandates in Place; Louisiana Among Five States Leading the Nation in New Infections; Delta Variant Cases Rise Among Kids; Hospitals Sounding Alarm; Five States Account for Half of New Cases, FL, TX, CA, LA and MO; Nearly 50% of Americans Vaccinated as Delta Variant Rages On; Millions Face Eviction as Moratorium Expires; Trump in Search of Options After DOJ Demands Release of Taxes; Dem Rep. Stages Protest, Rips House for Eviction Ban Lapsing. Aired 1- 1:30p ET.
• Rep. Kinzinger: Expect a Significant Number of Subpoenas; Montel Williams: Vaccine Prevented My Hospitalization From COVID; Analysis: Fewer Than 1 Percent of Vaccinated Get Infected; Florida State Rep: Voting Suppression Rising to Whole New Level; Defense Official Assessment of Afghanistan: It's not Going Well. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• Data Shows Unvaccinated People Don't Fear the Virus; More Americans Getting Vaccinated as Delta Variant Spreads; Israel Starting Booster Shots, U.K. and Germany Considering It; Equinox & Soul Cycle to Require COVID-19 Vaccine for All Members, Riders and Employees; DOJ Orders Ex-President Trump's Tax Returns Released; Simone Biles to Compete in One Event & U.S. Women's Soccer Team's Hopes for Gold Dashed; First Transgender Olympian Fails to Win Medal in Olympic Debut. Aired 1:30-2p ET
• House Select Committee Hearing Begins in Coming Hours; CDC: Many U.S. Stats Have High Levels of Transmission; Inside a Florida Hospital Facing a Surge of Covid Patients; COVID-19, Tropical Storm Put a Damper on Olympics; Contentious Day of High-Level Talks in Tianjin. Aired 4-5a ET
• Belarusian Sprinter Seeks Asylum, Fears Arrest At Home; Florida Schools Fear Losing Funds After Gov. DeSantis Blocks Mask Mandates; NY County Considers Bill Allowing Police To Sue Protesters; Third D.C. Police Officer Who Responded To January 6th Insurrection Dies By Suicide; Lawmakers Camp At Capitol To Protest End Of Eviction Moratorium. Aired 2:30-3p ET


August 01, 2021
• U.S. Hospitalizations Triple Due To Delta Variant; CDC Data Show Rarity Of Breakthrough Cases; Tokyo 2020 Olympics; Japan Records Highest Daily Increase Of New COVID-19 Cases; Some Afghan Translators Safe On U.S. Soil; Australia's Battle With COVID-19; Doctor Says Louisiana Is "Inundated" With COVID-19; Documents Reveal Roadblocks In Haiti Assassination Probe; Olympians Support Simone Biles' Decision To Withdraw. Aired 12-1a ET
• CDC Data Show Rarity Of Breakthrough Cases; Delta Variant Now In 132 Countries; Georgia County Offers Swag For Vaccinations; Israel Rolls Out Vaccine Boosters; Tokyo 2020 Olympics; Japan Records Highest Daily Increase Of New COVID-19 Cases; Some Afghan Translators Safe On U.S. Soil. Aired 2-3a ET
• Delta Variant Now In 132 Countries; U.S. Hospitalizations Triple Due To Delta Variant; Israel Rolls Out Vaccine Boosters; U.K. Analysis Shows New Variants Could Beat Current Vaccines; Australia's Battle With COVID-19; Mexico Delivers Humanitarian Aid To Havana. Aired 3-4a ET
• U.K. Analysis Shows New Variants Could Beat Current Vaccines; CDC Data Show Rarity Of Breakthrough Cases; Israel Rolls Out Vaccine Boosters; China Scrambles To Contain Growing COVID-19 Outbreak; Australia's Battle With COVID-19; Expiring Eviction Ban Leaves Millions Of Americans In Limbo; Senate Races To Finalize Infrastructure Bill; What Republicans Knew Ahead Of Capitol Riot. Aired 4-5a ET
• Cases Rise In Florida Teens; Delta Variant Now In 132 Countries; U.K. Analysis Shows New Variants Could Beat Current Vaccines; Tokyo 2020 Olympics; Japan Records Highest Daily Increase Of New COVID-19 Cases; U.S. Hospitalizations Triple Due To Delta Variant; Israel Rolls Out Vaccine Boosters; Oil Tanker Attack By Iran Was Retaliation; Massive Sculpture In Antigua. Aired 5-6a ET
• Florida Accounts For Nearly One In Five New Cases Reported Last Week; Senate Expected To Introduce $1.2T Infrastructure Bill Today; Interview With Rep. Peter DeFazio (D-OR); Millions Facing Eviction After Moratorium Expires; USA Swimmer Dressel Wins 4th And 5th Gold Medals; Delta Variant Fuels Rise In Cases, Deaths Among Unvaccinated; Israel Begins Giving COVID Booster Shots To Some Residents; Special Day For Heroic Nurses In California. Aired 2-3p ET
• Officials Urge Vaccines, Believe Surging Cases Are Only Beginning; Delta Variant Complicating Back To School Plans; Senate Soon To Introduce $1.2 Trillion Infrastructure Bill. Aired 3-4p ET
• CDC Recommends Everyone To Mask Up, Governor Ron DeSantis Bans Mask Mandates In Schools; Eviction Ban Expires, Leaving Renters At Risk; Louisiana COVID Patients Regrets Not Being Vaccinated; Rep. Kevin McCarthy Slammed About A Joke He Made About Speaker Pelosi; U.S. Senate Finishing Up On Bipartisan Infrastructure Bill; Wall Street Concerned About July Jobs Report; Simone Biles Suffering From Twisties. Aired 5-6p ET
• Florida Accounts For Nearly One In Five New Cases Nationwide; More Meetings, More Edits To 2,000-Page Infrastructure Bill; Celebrity Stylist Honors Frontline Nurses With Makeovers; Interview With Savannah, Georgia Mayor Van Johnson (D); Georgia Governor Vows No Lockdown Despite COVID Surge; Israeli Health Ministry Data Show Vaccine Effectiveness May Wane Over Time. Aired 7-8p ET
• Weekly Vaccination Rates Rise Over Past Three Weeks; At Least 10 Wounded In New York City Mass Shooting; New School Year In Atlanta Sparks New Debate Over Masks; Going Back To School Amid COVID-19; American Raven Saunders First To Protest On Medal Podium; Olympian Asks For Political Asylum In Japan. Aired 6-7p ET
• GOP Governor Ron DeSantis Bans Mask Mandates in Florida Schools; Delta Variant Complicates Back-to-School Plans in Georgia; Simone Biles Withdraws from Another Olympic Event; After The White House; Mass Shooting In Queens Leaves 10 Wounded; Coronavirus Pandemic. Aired 4-5p ET


July 31, 2021
• Simone Biles Withdraws from Some Events; Novak Djokovic Out of Men's Singles; Turkey Wildfires Kill Four. Aired 12-12:15a ET
• Simone Biles Withdraws from Some Events; CDC Says the Vaccinated Can Spread Delta Variant; U.S. Businesses Take Hard Line on Vaccines; Taliban Still Maintain Ties with Al Qaeda; Ethiopia's Tigray Crisis; Asian Nations Tighten Restrictions against Delta Variant; Turkey Wildfires Kill Four. Aired 2-2:45a ET
• U.S. Averaging 67,000 New COVID-19 Cases per Day; CDC Says the Vaccinated Can Spread Delta Variant; Simone Biles Withdraws from Some Events; Florida Governor Prevents School Mask Mandates; Asian Nations Tighten Restrictions against Delta Variant; Trump's Big Lie; Afghan Interpreters Arrive in U.S.; Taliban Still Maintain Ties with Al Qaeda; GOP Members Mock COVID-19 Measures as Cases Surge; Red Tide Blooms on Florida Shores. Aired 3-4a ET
• CDC Says The Vaccinated Can Spread Delta Variant; U.S. Averaging 67,000 New COVID-19 Cases Per Day; Caeleb Dressel Breaks World Record, Wins Gold; U.S. Businesses Take Hard Line on Vaccines; Asian Nations Tighten Restrictions against Delta Variant; Israel, U.S. Accuse Iran of Attacking Tanker; Scarlett Johansson Sues Disney over Streaming "Black Widow"; NASA's InSight Lander Reveals New Data about Mars. Aired 4-5a ET
• CDC Changes Guidance For Vaccinated Americans To Sometimes Wear Masks Inside Due To Highly Contagious Delta Variant; Senate Continues To Work Through Weekend On Bipartisan Infrastructure Bill; House Goes On Recess Before Extending Federal Eviction Moratorium; U.S. Gymnast Simone Biles Withdraws From More Olympic Competitions Citing She Is Suffering From Twisties; Flight Attendants Taking Self-Defense Classes Due To Spike In Unruly Passengers; Cuban Foreign Minister Criticizes Latest Sanctions Issued By U.S. Aired 10-11a ET
• Health Experts: Breakthrough Infections May Be Contagious, But Spread Mostly Driven By Unvaccinated; CDC: Pace Of New Vaccinations Highest It's Been Since July 5th; One-Hundred-Plus Students In Quarantine After Infections At Atlanta School; Retailers Rethinking Mask Policies After New CDC Guidance; Fourteen Forest Fires Burning Along Mediterranean In Turkey; Justice Department: IRS Must Turn Trump's Taxes Over To Congress; Rep. Bush Sleeps Outside Of Capitol Over Eviction Moratorium Lapse. Aired 9-10a ET
• Japan Extends State Of Emergency For Tokyo Amid Olympic Games; U.S. Averaging 67,000 New COVID-19 Cases Per Day; CDC Says The Vaccinated Can Spread Delta Variant; Caeleb Dressel Breaks World Record, Wins Gold; Afghan Interpreters Arrive In U.S.; White House Announces New Sanctions On Cuba; Israel To Offer Vaccine Boosters; Israel, U.S. Accuse Iran Of Attacking Tanker; Turkey Wildfires Kill Four; Scarlett Johansson Sues Disney Over Streaming "Black Widow." Aired 5-6a ET
• More Than 11 Million Americans At Risk Of Being Evicted; CDC: Vaccinations Best Tool Against Delta Variant Surge; Official: Vaccine Mandate For Teachers "Needs To Be On The Table"; Federal Eviction Moratorium Due To Expire At Midnight Tonight; Trump Pressured Acting A.G. To Declare 2020 Election "Corrupt;" Protests In France Against Mandatory "Health Pass". Aired 12-1p ET
• GA Pushes Vaccinations As Cases Spike; Lollapalooza To Require Masks In Any Indoor Spaces; Senate Working This Weekend To Finalize Infrastructure Bill; Federal Eviction Moratorium Due To Expire At Midnight Tonight; Biden: COVID Restrictions "In All Likelihood" Coming Back; Many Americans Lamenting Not Getting Vaccinated Sooner; Nine Million People Under Flash Flood Watches Nationwide. Aired 11a-12p ET
• CDC Changes Guidance For Vaccinated Americans To Sometimes Wear Masks Inside Due To Highly Contagious Delta Variant; U.S. Gymnast Simone Biles Withdraws From More Olympics Competitions; Reporting Indicates Former President Trump Pressured His Acting Attorney General Jeffrey Rosen To Declare 2020 Presidential Election Corrupt; Justice Department Instructs Treasury Department To Release President Trump's Tax Returns To House Ways And Means Committee; House Republicans Criticize Speaker Pelosi's New Rules On Mask Mandates. Aired 2-3p ET
• Interview With Rep. Cori Bush (D-MO); Georgia Pushes Vaccinations As Cases Spike To 200 Percent In Last Two Weeks; U.S. Hospitalizations Surge As Delta Variant Spreads; Federal Eviction Moratorium Due To Expire At Midnight Tonight; Health Experts: Breakthrough Infections May Be Contagious But Spread Is Driven By The Unvaccinated; GOP Governors Criticize New CDC Mask Guidance. Aired 1- 2p ET
• Biden Shifts Tone On Pandemic As Delta Variant Rages Country; Interview With Miami Mayor Francis Suarez (R); Interview With Georgia Lt. Gov. Geoff Duncan (R); Expiring Eviction Ban Leaves Millions Of Renters In Limbo; Rep. Cori Bush Slept On U.S. Capitol Steps In Last- Ditch Effort To Get Colleagues To Vote To Extend Moratorium; My Pillow CEO Pulls Ads From Once-Friendly Fox News; Lollapalooza Underway In Chicago With Large Crowds Amid Delta Variant Spread. Aired 3-4p ET
• California COVID Cases Make Biggest One-Day Jump Of 2021; Arkansas Nurse Urges Others To Get Vaccine After Unvaccinated Mom Dies From COVID-19; Interview With Rep. Pete Aguilar (D-CA); Simone Biles Withdraws From Vault And Uneven Bars Finals; Spectators Watch The Tokyo 2020 Triathlon Relay Despite Ban; Hundreds Of Thousands Protest Mandatory Health Pass In France. Aired 4-5p ET
• Experts Warn The Unvaccinated COVID Surge Is Only Beginning; Thousands Protest Mandatory Health Pass In France; Interview With Rep. Ayanna Pressley (D-MA); Simone Biles Withdraws From Vault, Uneven Bars Finals; Novak Djokovic Leaving Tokyo Olympics Without A Medal; FL Governor Vows No Restrictions Or Mandates Amid State's COVID Surge; Interview With Miami Beach Mayor Dan Gelber (D); W.H. Fails To Land On Clear Message As Virus Rips Through U.S. Aired 6-7p ET
• New Cases Of Coronavirus Rising In Every State; Father Of Five Dies From COVID-19 After Delaying Vaccination; White House Economic Adviser On Infrastructure Bill Battle; Georgia Parents Protest School Mask Mandates As Cases Surge; Olympics Favorites Walk Away From Chance to Medal; CNN: Trump Pressured Acting A.G. To "Say The Election Was Corrupt, Leave Rest To Me". Aired 5-6p ET
• CDC Stresses Vaccinations Best Tool Against Delta Variant Surge; Inside Hospital Speaking With Regretful COVID Patients; Simone Biles Withdraws From Two More Olympic Events; Former Skeptic Explains Decision To Get Vaccinated; CDC Says Number Of COVID Deaths In Vaccinated People Almost Zero; Families Brace For Federal Ban On Evictions To Expire At Midnight. Aired 7-8p ET
• Vaccine Skepticism, Rampant Delta Variant Cause Cases To Surge; Large Crowds Attending Lollapalooza Festival In Chicago; New Orleans Sees 500 Percent Increase In New COVID Cases This Month; Simone Biles Out Again From Two More Gymnastics Events; Novak Djokovic Leaving Tokyo Olympics Without A Medal; Record Heat, Humidity Put Athletes In Danger Zone; College, Universities Prepare for Students as COVID Cases Rise. Aired 8-9p ET


July 30, 2021
• Delta Posing Bigger COVID Threat; Israel to Offer Third Vaccine Dose to People Over 60; China Trying to Stop Spread of Delta Variant; Tokyo Sets Record with Nearly 4,000 Daily Infections; Multiple Serious Crashes in BMX Racing at Olympics; Taliban Leaders Visit China to Discuss Afghanistan's Future; Afghan Translators Make Urgent Pleas to Get Out of Country; Greenland Experiences Biggest Melting Event of 2021; Extreme Heat and Drought Deepen North Korea's Food Crisis; Summit Raises $4B for Education in Developing Countries. Aired 12-1a ET
• 700 Afghans Allies To Be Evacuated To U.S. In Coming Weeks; Afghan Translators Make Urgent Pleas To Get Out Of Country; China's Threatening New Outbreak; Mixed Reactions To Vaccine Passports In Europe. Aired 2-3a ET
• Delta Variant as Deadly as Ebola Virus; Israel Taking Preemptive Measures; China Paranoid of New Infections Recorded; Japan's COVID-19 Cases Rising Daily; U.S. BMX Athlete Involved in an Accident; Great Britain's Tom Dean Thanked for His Second Life; Migrants Hoping to Have a New Life; Theodore McCarrick Facing His Charges. Aired 3-3:45a ET
• CDC Data: Delta Variant as Contagious as Chicken Pox; U.S. Service Members May Be Required to Take Vaccine; Corporate America Tells U.S. Workers to Get Vaccinated; Doctors Group in Japan Warns of Medical System Collapse; Multiple Serious Crashes in BMX Racing; January 6 Committee to Hold a Strategy Session Friday; Thunderstorms and Tornados Hit Northeastern U.S.; Millions of Americans Face Prospect of Evictions. Aired 4-4:30a ET
• Israel to Offer Third Vaccine Dose to People Over 60; Cities Consider New Measures to Curb Delta Variant Spread; First Person Sentenced Under Hong Kong National Security Law; Afghan Interpreters Plead to Get Out of Country; U.S. Gymnast Sunisa Lee's Incredible Journey to Gold. Aired 4:30-5a ET
• Vaccine Hesitancy Frustrates U.S. Health Care Workers; Corporate America Tells U.S. Workers to Get Vaccinated; Greenland Experiences Biggest Melting Event of 2021; Olympic Athletes Dealing with Grueling Heat; Nigerian Cop Accused of Making Arrest at Request of Abbas; What's with all the Hybrids? Aired 1-2a ET
• Alarming Internal CDC Document Details Variant's Deadly Threat; CNN Goes Inside Hospital to Speak with Regretful COVID Patients; Biden Urges Congress to Extend Eviction Moratorium. Aired 10-10:30a ET
• Simone Biles Reveals She's Still Suffering from the Twisties; Afghans Who Risked Lives to Help American Troops Arrive in U.S.; International Space Station Briefly Loses Control after New Russian Module Misfires. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• CDC Document Details Variant Threat; Students Quarantined after Positive COVID Tests; Mayor Bill de Blasio is Interviewed about New York City's Vaccine Incentive. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• Alarming Internal CDC Document Details Variant's Deadly Threat; Florida Governor to Sign Executive Order on School Mask Mandates That will Let Parents Make Decisions for Their Kids on Masks; Justice Department to Treasury, Turn Over Trump Tax Returns. Aired 1-1:30p ET
• New Evidence on Trump Pressuring DOJ Officials to Overturn Election; CDC Sounds Alarm on Delta Variant. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• Lankford's Vote Sparks Backlash; Draft of Infrastructure Bill Circulating; Arkansas Parents Sue State over Mask Mandate Ban; Simone Biles Reveals Problems Continue. Aired 9:30-10a ET.
• Senate Votes to Move Ahead on $1 Trillion Infrastructure Deal; Sen. Kevin Cramer (R-ND) Discusses Infrastructure Deal, Trump Threating to Primary Republicans If infrastructure Deal Passed, Rising COVID Cases and Vaccinations; Never Revelations on Trump's Election Lie. Aired 1:30-2p ET
• Unvaccinated Father of Five Dies After Getting COVID on Vacation; Texas Facing Another Surge of COVID Cases and Hospitalization; Couples Separated by Travel Restrictions Create Online Movement; Heroes Give Vulnerable Populations Access to Vaccine. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• USA Women's Soccer Advances to Semifinals; Simone Biles Posts, Then Deletes Videos of Her Struggling During Practice; USA BMX Racer Hospitalized after Crashing Suring Semifinal Event; Senate Votes to Move Ahead on Trillion-Dollar Infrastructure Deal; Jan. 6 Committee Holds Strategy Session, Prepares for Subpoenas; Scarlett Johansson Dues Disney Over "Black Widow" Release; My Pillow Guy Pulling Ads from FOX News over "Big Lie" Beef; CDC Internal Document: Fully Vaccinated People Might Spread Delta Variant as Fast as Unvaccinated People. Aired 2:30-3p ET
• House Set to Receive Trump Tax Returns; CDC Sounds Alarm on Delta Variant. Aired 3-3:30p ET


July 29, 2021
• Athletes Suffer In Oppressive Heat And Humidity; Medal Events In Swimming, Rowing, Women's Gymnastics; WHO: Global Cases Rise For Fifth Consecutive Week; England Ends Quarantine For Vaccinated E.U., U.S. Visitors; Cuban Regime Takes Hardline Toward Recent Protests; Partisan Divide Deepens Over Masking Even As Cases Rise. Aired 12- 12:45a ET
• U.S. Gymnasts Go For All-Around Gold with Biles Out; Delta Variant May Make Booster Shot Necessary; Anti-Vaxxer Regret. Aired 1- 2a ET
• Partisan Divide Deepens over Masking Even as Cases Rise; U.S Report Says, China may Be Expanding Its Nuclear Arsenal; 19-Year-Old Woman Aims to Set Aviation Records. Aired 2-3a ET
• Smoldering Heat Affects Athletes in Japan; COVID-19 Cases in Japan Continue to Rise; Delta Variant Fueling COVID-19 Cases in Asia; England Makes it Easy for U.S. and E.U. Tourists to Visit U.K.; Millions of Americans Still Skeptical of Getting Their Jabs. Aired 3- 3:45a ET
• Biden Expected to Mandate Vaccines for Federal Workers; Some Companies Requiring Employees to Get Vaccinated; 17 Senate Republicans Vote to Advance Infrastructure Plan; Health Expert: Growing Risk to Those in Olympic Bubble; American Caeleb Dressel Wins 100-Meter Freestyle Gold; Alaska Under Tsunami Warning After 8.2 Earthquake; Brothers Refuse to Evacuate as Dixie Fire Burns in California; U.S., Russia Begin Strategic Stability Talks. Aired 4-4:30a ET
• Mask Debate Intensifies in Florida As Covid Cases Surge; Florida Parent Urges Caution As Cases Spread among Children; WHO Says Global Cases Rise for Fifth Consecutive Week; England Ends Quarantine for Vaccinated EU, U.S. Visitors; Officers Want Support from Federal Order of Police; Covid Patients, Families Expressed Regret Over Refusing Vaccine. Aired 4:30-5a ET
• Corporations Requiring Vaccine As COVID Surge Threatens Business; Miami-Dade County Mandating Masks in All County Facilities; 17 Republicans Join Democrats to Move Forward on Infrastructure Deal. Aired 10-10:30a ET
• Survey Shows 85 Percent of Flight Attendants Have Dealt with Unruly Passengers; Unemployment Rate for Black and Latino Women on the Rise; American Suni Lee Wins Individual All-Around Gold. Aired 10:30- 11a ET
• Corporate America Requiring Shot; Biden Announces Vaccine Requirement; Breakthrough on Infrastructure Bill; Biles' Talks about Mental Health. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• Lollapalooza Takes Place in Chicago; Duke Requires Masks Indoors; Ex-Cop Jailed After Buying Guns; Police Call on Union to Denounce Insurrection; Fires Sweep Across Portions of the U.S. Aired 9:30-10a
• Get Vaccinated or Get Out, Corporate America Requiring Shots; Israel Preparing to Offer Third Vaccine Dose; Outbreak at New York Summer Camp Fueled by Unvaccinated Kids. Aired 1-1:30p ET
• Interview With Sen. Tammy Baldwin (D-WI); Interview With MGM Resorts President and CEO Bill Hornbuckle; Vaccinations Jump Amid COVID Surge. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• 17 Republicans Join Democrats to Move Forward on Infrastructure Deal; U.S. Gymnast Suni Lee Wins Gold; Former Olympic Gymnast, Dominique Moceanu, Discusses Simone Biles, Mental Health, the Pressure of the Games Now and Then; Ex-Cop Who Stormed Capitol Jailed After Buying 37 Guns. Aired 1:30-2p ET
• USA Gymnast Sunisa Lee Wins Women's All-Around Gymnastics Gold; House Republicans Revolt over Reimposed Mask Mandate; E.R. Doctor: Patients Listening to Misinformation "Instead of Me"; Update on Coronavirus Reponses Around the World; Stabbing of Women & Dog in Atlanta Park Underscores Surge in Violent Crime Nationwide; Biden Facing New Pressure from Immigration Activists. Aired 2:30-3p ET
• USA Wins Women's All-Around Gymnastics Gold; Infrastructure Negotiations; Interview With Orange County, Florida, Mayor Jerry Demings; Vaccinations Jump Amid COVID Surge. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• California and Nevada Governors Plead for Federal Aid; New Study Warns of Long-Term Impact of COVID; Research Says COVID Is Linked to Cognitive Decline; Texas Teachers Urge Governor to Allow School Mask Mandates; What Parents Can Learn from Gymnast Who Left Olympic Games. Aired 3:30-4p ET


July 28, 2021
• Simone Biles Quits Team Final, Citing Mental Health; Japan Hosts Dominican Republic In Baseball Opener; IOC Says More Can Be Done For Athletes' Mental Health. CDC Revises Mask Guidance As COVID Cases Rise Across U.S.; Police Officers Deliver Harrowing Accounts Of January 6 Attack; U.S. Secretary Of State To Meet PM Modi In India. Aired 12-12:45a EST
• Simone Biles Quit Teams Final, Citing Mental Health; IMF: Vaccine Inequality Threatens Global Economic Recovery; Heat Wave Strengthening Wildfires in Southern Europe. Aired 1-2a ET
• Simone Biles Withdraws from Women's All-Around Final; Ecuador Revokes Citizenship of WikiLeaks Founder; Tackling Plastic Pollution with the Power of Community. Aired 3-3:45a ET
• Simone Biles Out of Olympic All-Around Competition; Japan Tops Dominican Republic in Baseball Opener; CDC Revises Mask Guidance as Covid Cases Rise Across U.S.; Police Officers Deliver Harrowing Accounts of Attack; Changes May Be Coming to U.K.'s International Travel Restrictions; Heat Wave Strengthening Wildfires in Southern Europe. Aired 4-4:30a ET
• Simone Biles Withdraws from All-Around Final; U.S. Report: China May Be Expanding Its Nuclear Arsenal; Biden Visits Intel Community for First Time as President; Trump Allies Still Downplaying Implications of Attack; How Riot Testimony Played on Right-Wind Media. Aired 4:30-5a ET
• CDC Says, Even Fully Vaccinated People Should Now Wear Masks Indoors; CNN Reports, Biden to Require Vaccine or Test for All Federal Workers; Rep. Bennie Thompson (D-MS) Says Subpoena Coming Soon from January 6 Committee. Aired 10-10:30a ET
• Biles Withdraws from All-Around Final to Focus on Mental Health; Baltimore Sees 151 Percent Spike in New COVID Cases in Past Month; Flight Attendants Take Self-Defense Training as Incidents with Aggressive and Violent Passengers Spike. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• President Biden Delivers Address on Manufacturing. Aired 2- 2:30p ET
• Bipartisan Infrastructure Deal Reached?; COVID Cases Rising. Aired 3-3:30p ET.
• CDC Says, Even Fully Vaccinated People Should Now Wear Masks Indoors; GOP Senators Say, Major Progress on Infrastructure Deal; Rep. Bennie Thompson (D-MS) Says Subpoenas Coming Soon from January 6 Committee. Aired 1-1:30p ET
• Justice Department Won't Defend Rep. Mo Brooks Against Incitement Lawsuit; Simone Biles Sparks New Debate over Mental Health; Soon, Biden to Speak on Importance of American Manufacturing, Well- Paying Jobs Amid Reports of Infrastructure Deal; Flight Attendants Learn How to Defend Themselves as Passengers Become More Violent. Aired 1:30-2p ET
• Debate Over Masking Erupts Nationwide as Cases Surge; Rep. Stefanik Says Pelosi Bears Responsibility for Jan. 6 Riot; Republicans Try to Diminish First Jan. 6 Select Committee Hearing; Federal Reserve Keeps Ultra-Low Interest Rates Unchanged; England to Allow Fully Vaccinated from The U.S. and E.U. to Avoid Quarantine Next Week; Nearly 39,000 U.S. Children and Teens Caught COVID Last Week. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• Heat Wave Intensifying European Wildfires; New COVID-19 Infections Soar Across Southeast Asia; Sardinia Fighting Back Devastating Wildfires. Aired 2-3a ET
• Biles Withdraws From All-Around Final; Biden, GOP Governors Clash Over CDC's Reinstated Mask Guidance; Biden Warns Cyberattacks Could Lead To War. Aired 9:30-10a ET
• Biden Speaks As Negotiators Announce Infrastructure Deal; Interview With Rep. Pramila Jayapal (D-WA); Source: Biden To Require COVID-19 Vaccinations Or Testing For All Federal Government Workers; CDC Director: Delta Variant Spreading Among Fully Vaccinated; Gov. DeSantis Slams Safety Measures As Cases Rise In Florida; Pfizer Announces Third Shot Will Help Protect Against Delta Variant. Aired 2:30-3p ET
• CDC: Even Fully Vaccinated People Should Now Wear Masks Indoors; CNN: Biden To Require Vaccine Or Test For All Federal Workers; Pfizer: Data Show Third Vaccine Dose Boosts Delta Variant Protection; Rep. Thompson Says Subpoenas Coming "Soon" From Jan. 6 Committee; Kinzinger Says GOP Calls For Him, Cheney To Be Punished Are "Petty"; Officer: Many In GOP Have Trump "Above Their Country". Aired 9-9:30a ET


July 27, 2021
• Flurry Of Medals Handed Out At Swimming Events; Tropical Storm Nepartak Threatens Games With Heavy Rain; President Sacks Prime Minister, Suspends Parliament; Joe Biden Announce End Of U.S. Combat Mission In Iraq; Slowing Vaccinations Trigger Stricter Measures In Europe. Aired 12-1a EST
• COVID-19, Tropical Storm Put a Damper on Olympics; Biden Announces End of U.S. Combat Mission in Iraq; Severe Drought Has Led to Deadly Protests in Iran. Aired 1-2a ET
• First Person Charged Under National Security Law Found Guilty; Vatican Opens Trial Of Prominent Cardinal, Nine Others; One Man's Mission to Save the World's Sharks. Aired 2-2:45a ET
• Games Freeze Due to Bad Weather in Japan; Naomi Osaka Failed to Defend Her Title; Many Young Athlete Got Their Gold Medal Early in the Game; Tropical Storm Nepartak on Its Way to Tokyo; Tunisia's President Sacked the Prime Minister; U.S. Forces Will Remain in Afghanistan to Assist Afghan Forces; U.K. Impose its Green Pass; Young Adults in U.K. Skeptical of the Vaccine. Aired 3-4a ET
• House Select Committee Hearing Begins in Coming Hours; CDC: Many U.S. Stats Have High Levels of Transmission; Inside a Florida Hospital Facing a Surge of Covid Patients; COVID-19, Tropical Storm Put a Damper on Olympics; Contentious Day of High-Level Talks in Tianjin. Aired 4-4:30a ET
• First Person Charged with Hong Kong's National Security Law Found Guilty; Leaked Documents Reveal Roadblocks in Haiti Assassination Probe; Longtime Trump Ally Tom Barrack Pleads Not Guilty; U.K. Government Considering Proof of Vaccination for Large Events; Police and Bystanders Save Baby and Mother Hit by Car. Aired 4:30-5a ET
• Investigating the Insurrection: Officers Attacked at U.S. Capitol Testify at Insurrection Hearing; Lawmakers Speak after Emotional Testimony in Insurrection Hearing. Aired 1-1:30p ET
• CDC Expected to Update Mask Guidance; Insurrection Hearings Begin. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• CDC Updates Mask Guidance; Insurrection Hearings Begin. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• Minority Leader McCarthy Says He Didn't Watch Hearing; Cheney: We Must Account for Every Minute at White House on January 6; Simone Biles Withdraws from Team Final Event, Cites Mental Health; Kinzinger: GOP Toxic Response to January 5 a Disservice to Officers; Group of New Jersey Parents Files Lawsuit to Block Mask Mandates. Aired 3:30-4p ET.
• Officer at Capitol on Jan 6: Some Shouted Racial Slurs During Riot; Officers Attacked at U.S. Capitol Testify at Insurrection Hearing; Rep. Kinzinger to Capitol Officers: "You Guys Won"; Capitol Officer: Still Recovering from Rioters' "Hugs and Kisses". Aired 1:30- 2p ET
• Police Retell Horrors Of January 6 As Capitol Riot Probe Begins; Simone Biles Withdraws From Gold Medal Event Citing Mental Health; Twenty-Four-Year-Old Gets Double-Lung Transplant Because Of COVID; Special Runoff Election In Texas Could Hinge On Endorsements, Testing Trump's Political Clout; Trump Endorses Ken Paxton In TX A.G. Race Instead Of George P. Bush. Aired 2:30-3p ET
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• First Person Charged Under National Security Law Found Guilty; Vatican Opens Trial Of Prominent Cardinal, Nine Others; One Man's Mission to Save the World's Sharks. Aired 2-3a ET
• House Select Committee Hearing Begins in Coming Hours; CDC: Many U.S. Stats Have High Levels of Transmission; Inside a Florida Hospital Facing a Surge of Covid Patients; COVID-19, Tropical Storm Put a Damper on Olympics; Contentious Day of High-Level Talks in Tianjin. Aired 4-5a ET


July 26, 2021
• Japan Contends with Pandemic, Tropical Storm and Games; New South Wales Officials: COVID Restrictions are Working; Indonesia Has Become Epicenter of Outbreak in Southeast Asia; French Lawmakers Approve Bill Expanding Health Pass Use; At Least 149 Killed in Flooding, Landslides in India; U.S. Diplomat in China for Talks Amid Soaring Tensions; Pakistan Taliban Leader Reacts to Gains by Afghan Taliban. Aired 12-1a ET
• Thousands of Brazilians Demanding President's Impeachment; Tunisian President Sacks Prime Minister, Freezes Parliament; Pakistani Taliban Leader Reacts to Gains by Afghan Taliban; U.S. Diplomat in China for Talks Amid Soaring Tensions. Aired 1-2a ET
• U.S. Won its First Gold Medal on Sunday; Fans Can't Hide Their Excitement; U.S. Cases Going Up, Vaccination Drops; Missouri's St. Louis County Back to Mask Mandate; U.K. to Impose COVID Passport; Hospitalizations in U.K. Triggered by Mass Gatherings; U.S. Forces Will Continue to Support Afghan Forces. Aired 3-4a ET
• COVID Surges in 48 States; Lawsuit to Stop St. Louis Mask Mandate; GOP Group Wants Kinzinger and Cheney Punished; New Capitol Police Chief Comments on Threat. Aired 9-9:30a ET.
• Biden, Iraqi Prime Minister to Announce End of U.S. Combat Mission in Iraq; Rep. Liz Cheney (R-WY) to Give an Opening Statement at Tomorrow's January 6th Hearing; Georgia School Reopenings Cause Confusion over Varying Mask Policies. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• Fauci on Variant Surge, We're Going in the Wrong Direction; Today, House Select Committee Expected to Meet to Continue Preparations for First January 6 Hearing. Aired 10-10:30a ET
• Cops and Bystanders Save Mom and Baby; Dixie Fire Burns at Least 192,000 Acres; End of U.S. Combat Mission in Iraq; American Simmers Make Splash at Olympics. Aired 9:30-10a
• Cases Up, Mandates Back as Unvaccinated Americans Hinder Progress; Right now, House Select Committee Meeting to Prepare for First Critical January 6 Hearing; Biden to Announce End of U.S. Combat Mission in Iraq. Aired 1-1:30p ET
• Insurrection Committee Hearings Set to Begin; COVID Spiking. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• Sen. Mazie Hirono (D-HI) Discusses U.S. to Continue Airstrikes in Support of Afghan Forces After Withdrawal & the Bipartisan Blame Game as Infrastructure Talks Hit Hurdles; Parents Split on Vaccinations as Student Return to School; Team USA Off to a Mixed Start in Tokyo; 13-Year-Old From Japan Takes Gold in Women's Street Skateboarding; Trump Ally Tom Barrack Pleads Not Guilty to Illegal Lobbying Charges; Clark Atlanta University Clears Student Account Balances. Aired 1:30-2p ET
• Trump Associate Pleads Not Guilty; Infrastructure Negotiations in Danger?; Interview With Gov. Gavin Newsom (D-CA); COVID Cases Rising. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• Barrack Pleads Not Guilty to Illegal Foreign Lobbying Charges; St. Louis County Official Says COVID Numbers Too Alarming to Ignore; Wildwood Mayor Plans to Fight Mask Mandate; Outbreak in Massachusetts Town Infected 380+ Vaccinated People; California Dixie Fire Now 15th Largest in State History; Officers and Bystanders Lift Car to Save Pinned Baby. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• Growing GOP Group Wants Kinzinger, Cheney Punished for Joining Jan 6th Select Committee; Biden: I Whipped Donald Trump in Virgina; Biden Meets with Iraqi Prime Minister Al-Kadhimi; Department of Veterans Affairs Will Require Health Workers to be Vaccinated; Some Districts Kept from Ordering Mask Use as School Year Looms. Aired 2:30-3p ET
• Olympic Games Updates In Japan As New COVID-19 Cases Surge; Rising COVID-19 Cases All Across The U.S.; House Select Committee To Investigate The Capitol Riot Starts Tuesday; CNN's Exclusive Interview With Pakistani Taliban Leader; Tunisia President Suspends Parliament And Dismisses Prime Minister; Jordan's King Call Half Brother's Action Amateurish. Aired 2-3a ET


July 25, 2021
• Tokyo Olympics 2020; Greece Protests over Required Vaccinations; Hungary Rallies against Homophobic Law; Japan's Underground Skateboarding Goes Mainstream; South Korean TV Network Apologizes for Images, Captions; Global Climate Crisis; Delta Variant Fueling Rise in U.S. Infections; NASA's Mars Rover Collects Rock Sample. Aired 12-1a ET
• Tokyo Olympics 2020; Florida COVID-19 Cases Soar; Arizona Flooding; U.N. Warns of Growing Jihadist Threats; Hungary Rallies against Homophobic Law; Borscht Belt Comic Jackie Mason Dies at 93. Aired 2-3a ET
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• Tokyo Olympics 2020; Louisiana Leads in New U.S. COVID-19 Cases; Greece Protests over Required Vaccinations; Brazilians Protest Bolsonaro; Companies Hesitate to Partner with Olympics; Hungary Rallies against Homophobic Law; Arizona Flooding; Global Climate Crisis; Crews Battle 88 Fires across the U.S. Aired 3-4a ET
• Tokyo Olympics 2020; Delta Variant Fueling Rise in U.S. Infections; Greece Protests over Required Vaccinations; Japan's Underground Skateboarding Goes Mainstream; Arkansas Has Third Lowest Vaccination Rate in the U.S.; Global Climate Crisis. Aired 4-5a ET
• Tokyo Olympics 2020; Louisiana Leads In New U.S. COVID-19 Cases; Health Pass Drives Protests In France; Greece Protests Over Required Vaccinations; Japan's Underground Skateboarding Goes Mainstream; Nevada Business Owner Turns Shop Into Vaccination Site; Crews Battle 88 Fires Across The U.S.; Companies Hesitate To Partner With Olympics. Aired 5-6a ET
• Pelosi Appoints GOP Rep. Adam Kinzinger To January 6th Committee; NFL: Outbreaks Among Unvaccinated Players Could Mean Forfeits; Fauci: Mask Guidelines For Fully Vaccinated Under Discussion; Interview With Rep. Bennie Thompson (D-MS); McCarthy Says GOP Will Begin Its Own Investigation into January 6th; Trump Supporters Echo False Election Claims At Arizona Event. Aired 2-3p ET
• Interview With Rep. James Clyburn (D-SC); House Speaker Nancy Pelosi Appoints GOP Rep Kinzinger To January 6 Select Committee; U.S. Sees Summer Surge In COVID-19 Cases As Vaccinations Stall; Florida Leads U.S. In Infections; Team USA Basketball; COVID In The Olympics; A Woman's COVID Story; CNN Heroes. Aired 4-5p ET
• Surging COVID-19 Cases Throughout The U.S. Because Of The Delta Variant And Stalled Vaccinations; Rep. Adam Kinzinger Chosen As Second Republican To The January 6 Select Committee; Conservatives Shift To Pushing For Vaccinations; President Biden's Final Push For The Infrastructure Deal; Arkansas COVID-19 Cases Soaring; Impact Of Delta Variant And Inflation On Wall Street; NFL To Fine Unvaccinated Players. Aired 5-6p ET
• Dr. Fauci Says Mask Guidelines For Fully Vaccinated Under Discussion; Donald Trump Spends More Than One Hour On Election Lies In Arizona; Police To Testify At First Hearing Of January 6 Committee. Aired 3-4p ET
• U.S. Sees Summer Surge In COVID Cases As Vaccinations Stall; Rep. Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) Appoints GOP Rep. Adam Kinzinger (R-IL) To January 6 Committee; Some Conservatives Change Course, Suddenly Embrace Vaccines; Interview With Rep. Mariannette Miller-Meeks (R-IA) About COVID-19; Tokyo Reports More Than 1,700 New COVID-19 Cases; Memorial Concert Near Surfside Honors Collapse Victims. Aired 6-7p ET
• Arkansas Doctor Pleads For People To Get Vaccinated; Interview With Gov. Andy Beshear (D-KY) About COVID-19; Interview With Rep. Ruben Gallego (D-AZ) About The January 6 Select Committee; Memorial Concert Honors Surfside Condo Collapse Victims; Civil Rights Legend, Bob Moses Dies At 86; Golf Stars Out After Testing Positive For COVID- 19. Aired 7-8p ET


July 24, 2021
• Tokyo 2020 Officially Underway; Opening Ceremony in Virtually Empty Stadium; Two Pacific Storms Threaten Japan, China. Aired 12- 12:15a ET
• Tokyo 2020 Officially Underway; Portuguese Olympic Surfer Tests Positive for COVID-19; Thailand Struggles with Vaccine Shortage; U.K. Government under Fire for Lifting Restrictions; Gunshots, Protests Disrupt Moise Funeral; Australia Pushes Back on Great Barrier Reef as "In Danger". Aired 2-2:45a ET
• Tokyo 2020 Officially Underway; Florida State Has Most COVID-19 in U.S.; Coronavirus Surging across Asia; Hungary Plans Referendum on Homophobic "Child Protection" Law; Trump Ally Tom Barrack Strikes $250 Million Bail Deal; House Speaker to Bolster Credibility of Capitol Riot Investigative Panel; Wildfires across the U.S. Aired 3-4a ET
• Delta Variant of Coronavirus Spreading Rapidly in U.S. Particularly among Unvaccinated; Department of Justice Announces It Will Not Investigate Some State Orders Mandating Nursing Homes Allow COVID-19 Positive Residents Admission; Resurgence of Coronavirus Cases Causing Some School Districts to Mandate Masks for Students and Staff; Massive Wildfire Burning Across U.S. Western States. Aired 10-11a ET
• Tokyo 2020 Officially Underway; U.K. Government under Fire for Lifting Restrictions; New South Wales Likely to Extend Restrictions past July 30; Delta Variant Challenges Israel's Success; Florida State Has Most COVID-19 in U.S.; Wildfires across the U.S. Aired 4-5a ET
• Florida State Has Most COVID-19 In U.S.; Delta Variant Challenges Israel's Success; Tokyo 2020 Officially Underway; Alabama Least Vaccinated U.S. State; New South Wales Likely To Extend Restrictions Past July 30; Hungary Plans Referendum On Homophobic "Child Protection" Law; Wildfires Across The U.S. Aired 5-6a ET
• Louisiana Governor Issues New Guidance Amid Spike In New Infections; Alabama Governor Blames New Case Surge On Unvaccinated People; Mask Mandates Back On The Table As COVID-19 Surges Nationwide; U.S. Women's Water Polo Dominates Japan 25-4 In Opener; Tom Manger Takes Over As New Chief Of U.S. Capitol Police; Biden's Hometown Of Scranton Feeling Impact Of Inflation; 80-Plus Wildfires Blazing Across Western U.S., More States Of Emergencies Declared. Aired 12-1p ET
• Delta Variant Of Coronavirus Spreading Rapidly In U.S. Particularly Among Unvaccinated; DOJ Announces It Will Not Investigate Some State Orders Mandating Nursing Homes Allow COVID-19 Positive Residents Admission; President Biden Campaigns For Democratic Virginia Gubernatorial Candidate Terry McAuliffe; President Biden's Defense Of Senate Filibuster Draws Criticism; Massive Wildfires Burning Across U.S. Western States; Supply Shortages Affecting Back To School Shopping. Aired 2-3p ET
• Communities Bring Back Safety Measures To Cure New Infections; Olympic Games Officially Underway; CIA Inspector General Investigating "Havana Syndrome" Cases; Biden Attacks Trump At Campaign Rally In Virginia; Climate Crisis Is Melting Roads, Warping Infrastructure In U.S. Aired 11a-12p ET
• Mask Mandates Back On The Table As COVID Surges Nationwide; U.S. Fails To Win Medal On Day One Of Tokyo Games; NFL Chief Medical Officer On COVID Rules; Alleged Rioter Arrested After Bumble Match Alerts FBI; Trump Returns To Arizona To Peddle Election Fraud Claims; Biden White House Promise Of Transparency Clashes With COVID Response. Aired 6-7p ET
• Italy Approves "Green Pass" To Force Unvaccinated To Stay Home; Mass Isolation Due To COVID Threatens U.K.'s Food Supply; Delta Variant Causes Explosion Of Cases Throughout Asia; Mask Mandates Back On The Table As COVID Cases Surge; More Counties Declare Emergency As Fires Rage In The West; Interview With Rep. Charlie Crist (D-FL); Tucker Carlson Leads Chorus Of Vaccine Critics On FOX News; Schools Struggle To Fill Job Openings. Aired 7-8p ET
• Mask Mandates Back On The Table As COVID-19 Surges Nationwide; Vaccination Rates Lag As Delta Variant Surges Across U.S.; Alabama Governor: Unvaccinated Folks Are Letting Us Down; FBI Warns Of Potential Hacker Attacks During Games; Bumble Match Turns In January 6 Suspect Who Allegedly Whipped Police; Joris Ray, Superintendent, Shelby County School District, Discusses Parent Anger Over Mask Mandate For Students; Pandemic Worsens America's Teacher Shortage; Report: Trump's PAC Not Funding Election "Audits" He Touts. Aired 1-2p ET
• Trump Going To Arizona To Peddle False Election Fraud Claims; "Washington Post:" Trump PAC Spends Zero Of Its $75 Million Raised This Year On Arizona "Fraudit"; Eighteen States Have Enacted New Laws That Make It Harder To Vote; Voting Rights Activists Push Biden To Take More Action; NFL Players Push Back On League's New COVID-19 Policy; Book, "I Alone Can Fix It," Showcases Trump's Many Lies. Aired 3-4p ET
• Delta Variant Fuels 65 Percent Jump In New Infections Across U.S.; CDC: Pace Of People Becoming Fully Vaccinated Hits Another Low; NFL QB Won't Say Vaccination Status, Inaccurately Cites HIPAA; First Olympic Medals Awarded Amid New Cases; Trump Holds Rally In Maricopa County, Arizona, Where An Audit Is Underway; Pelosi Considers Adding Republican Adam Kinzinger To January 6 Select Committee; Bumble Match Turns In January 6 Suspect Who Allegedly Whipped Police. Aired 4-5p ET
• Coronavirus Pandemic; Tokyo Games; White House Shifts To Urgent Tone As Pandemic Enters Troubling New Phase; Climate Crisis' Impact On Extreme Weather Alarms Scientists; NFL Chief Medical Officer Doctor Allen Sills On COVID Rules. Aired 8-9p ET
• Louisiana Leads Nation In New COVID Case Growth; Los Angeles County Tops 3,000 New Daily Cases; Georgia Congressman Arrested At Voting Rights Protest; Biden: Eliminating Filibuster Would Lead To "Chaos" In Congress; Tom Manger Takes Over As New Chief Of U.S. Capitol Police; Vaccine Debate Divides Sports World; New Book Looks At Presidential Friendships That Shaped U.S. History. Aired 5-6p ET


July 23, 2021
• Dreams Crushed by COVID-19; From Full Packed Stadium to Bare Venue; Spectators Watch While in Self-Isolation; Pingdemic Affects Food Supply in Britain; Italy Imposed Green Pass Rule; Bolsonaro Supporters Leaving Him Over Poor Performance; Tokyo 2020 Will Officially Begin as COVID Looms; Australia Pushes Back on Possible In Danger Rating; Floods and Wildfires Bring Climate Crisis into Focus; Global Threat of Terror; U.S. Sanctions Parts of Cuban Regime Following Protests; Surfer is Stoked as Watery Sport Makes Its Olympic Debut. Aired 3-4a ET
• Opening Ceremony for Summer Games Just Hours Away; Japan Spent Billions on Games, Ended Up Barring Spectators; Delta Variant Fuels Surge in COVID Infections Across Asia; WHO Calls for All-Out Vaccination Effort in Africa; Italy Announces Mandatory 'Green Pass' to Curb Cases; U.N. Warns of Growing Jihadist Threats; Australia Pushes Back on Possible 'In Danger' Rating for Great Barrier Reef; Bolsonaro Losing Support in Brazil. Aired 12-12:45a ET
• Opening Ceremony for Summer Games Just Hours Away; U.S. Vaccination Rates Down to Lowest Point Since January; Florida Governor Adamant About No Mask Mandate as Cases Surge; U.K.,10,000 Key Workers Now Exempt From Self-Isolation; Delta Variant Fuels Surge in Covid-19 Infections Across Asia; Pelosi Looks to Bolster Bipartisan Standing of January 6 Panel; Thousands of Firefighters Battling 80 Blazes in 13 States. Aired 4-4:30a ET
• All Eyes on Tokyo 2020; Delta Variant Drives Global COVID Surge; YouTube Pulls Bolsonaro Videos for Spreading Misinformation; Japan Spent Billions on Games, Ended up Barring Spectators; U.N. Warns of Growing Jihadist Threats; Australia Pushes Back on Possible "In Danger" Rating; Uncertainty Grows for Chinese IPOs on U.S. Markets. Aired 1-2a ET
• Tokyo 2020 Olympics Will Take Place Amid COVID Cases Rising; Asia Battling the Delta Variant; Concern in U.K. and Wales Over an COVID-19 App; Italy and Israel to Mandate Green Pass; Impact of Vaccinations in Africa; Japan under pressure to host safe Olympics amid COVID surge; China flooding: Survivors recused after days without food, water; Australia pushes back on possible in danger rating. Aired 2-2:45a ET
• Pandemic Isolated to Those Who Won't Get Vaccine; Rep. Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) Considers Adding GOP Rep. Adam Kinzinger (R-IL) to January 6 Panel; A.G. Garland Says New Firearms Trafficking Strike Forces are Part of Larger Package DOJ Using to Combat Violent Crime. Aired 10-10:30a ET
• After a year-long delay it is the final sprint to the Olympics in Japan; Standing By for a Decision: The UNESCO World Heritage Committee on Australia's Great Barrier Reef Endangered Listing; U.N. Warning of Increased Threats from Terror Groups Linked with ISIS and Al-Qaeda. Aired 4:30-5a ET
• L.A. County Officials Say Delta Variant is Game-Changer as Cases Rise Among Vaccinated; CIA Inspector General Reviewing Havana Syndrome Cases; Opening Ceremony Underway in Tokyo Amid COVID Spike. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• Unvaccinated Americans Fuel Rise in Hospitalizations; Rep. Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) Looks to Add Another GOP Member to Committee; Naomi Osaka Lights Cauldron to Officially Open Tokyo Games. Aired 1- 1:30p ET
• Indicted Trump Associate Reaches Bail Agreement; CIA Investigating Havana Syndrome; Olympic Games Begin; Delta Surging. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• Delta is Threat to Unvaccinated; NFL Threatens Teams; Pelosi Considers Adding Kinzinger to Committee; Mississippi AG Asks to Overturn Roe v. Wade; Aired 9-9:30a ET
• Few Spectators in Stands as Opening Ceremony Kicks off Olympic Games; Bootleg Fire Scorches Hundreds of Thousands of Acres in Oregon; Wildfire Smoke from West Stretches Across U.S.; NFL Warns Teams Outbreaks Among Unvaccinated Players Could Lead to Forfeits, Financial Loses; Trump Ally Tom Barrack Released on Bail After Indicted on Illegal Lobbying Charges. Aired 1:30-2p ET
• FBI's Investigation of Brett Kavanaugh Under Fire; U.S. and Russia to Launch Strategic Stability Talks; Republican Governor Blames Unvaccinated For Continuing Pandemic. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• Few Spectators for Opening Ceremony; FBI Warns of Cyberattacks Ahead of Olympics; U.S. Conducts Airstrikes against Taliban; Biden Sanctions Cuban Regime. Aired 9:30-10a ET.
• Alabama's GOP Governor: It's Time to Start Blaming the Unvaccinated; On the Frontline with Crews Battling Massive Bootleg Fire; Olympics Open Historic Games Amid COVID Spike; MLB's Cleveland Indians Changing Name to "Guardians"; Tarrant, Alabama, City Councilman Refuses to Resign after Using "N" World During Meeting. Aired 2:30-3p ET
• FBI Received 4,500+ Tips During Kavanaugh Background Investigation; Interview with Shontel Brown Democratic Congressional Candidate on Unvaccinated People; NFL Threatens Teams: Forfeit Games if Unvaccinated Outbreaks; Don Lemon Explores: Where Have All the Theme Songs Gone? Aired 3:30-4p ET


July 22, 2021
• Tokyo 2020 Opening Ceremony For Once-Postponed Games Set For Friday; South Korea Reports Record Daily Increase In Cases; Brother Of Syrian Man Allegedly Tortured And Killed By Russian Wagner Mercenaries Speaks To CNN; Kerry: Urgent Engagement Needed On Climate Crisis; Skateboarding To Be Added To 2021 Olympic Games. Aired 12-12:45a ET
• Athletes Leaving After Testing Positive; Tokyo Games Director Ousted; Take the Vaccine or Leave It; Speaker Pelosi Refuse Detractors from GOP; Inferno Engulfed Thousands of Acres of Land; China Rejects Second Phase of WHO Covid Origin Study; President Biden Saying Kids Under 12 Could Be Able to Get Vaccines Soon; COVID Cases Rising Among Children as Schools Set to Reopen; Russian Mercenaries Accused in Horrific Killing; Brother of Syrian Victim Speaks to CNN; Tokyo 2020, Surfing, Skateboarding to Make Olympic Debut. Aired 3-4a ET
• Biden's Exclusive CNN Town Hall; Wildfires Rage in Siberia; Director Of Tokyo Olympics Opening Ceremony Sacked; Cases, Hospitalizations, Deaths All on the Rise in U.S.; More Than 2.6 Million Hectares Burned in Siberia; COVID Cases Rising Among Children as Schools Set to Reopen. Aired 2-3a ET
• Questions at Town Hall on Covid, Unfractured, Economy; Authors of Book Shar Audio Clip of Trump Interview; Republican Leader Yanks All His Picks from January 6 Panel; More than a Dozen Athletes Have Tested Positive for Covid, Dropped Out; More than 20,000 Firefighters Deployed in 13 States. Aired 4-4:30a ET
• On Covid Surge: "It's a Pandemic of the Unvaccinated"; Nevada Becomes Covid Hotspot as Vaccinations Plateau; Infections Surging in England After Its Reopening; China Rejects Second Phase of W.H.O. Covid Origin Study; Sponsors Curtail Olympic Commitments Ahead of Games. Aired 4:30-5a ET
• Latest on Controversies Surrounding the Olympics; Biden on When children Under Twelve May Get Vaccine; UK PM Accused of Being "Super Spreader" of Confusion; Opening Ceremony for Once-Postpones Games Set for Friday; Swedish Pole Vaulter Has Gold Medal Hopes; New York Ocean Giants; More than 2.6 Million Hectares Burned in Siberia; Surfing, Skateboarding to Make Olympic Debut. Aired 1-2a ET
• Source Says, Biden Health Officials Weigh Mask Recommendations amid Surge; Cases Surging in Nevada, Health Officials Recommend Return to Masking; Rep. Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) Speaks after Rejecting Rep. Kevin McCarthy (R-CA) Picks for January 6 Committee. Aired 10-10:30a ET
• Biden Downplays COVID Rise; Biden on Labor Shortage; Florida Leads in New COVID Cases. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• Oregon Faces Third Largest Fire in State History; McCarthy Pulls GOP Members from Select Committee; Prosecutors Had Evidence on Barrack. Aired 9:30-10a ET
• Sources Say, White House and Health Officials Discuss Revising Mask Guidance; Rep. Kevin McCarthy (R-CA) and Rep. Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) Battle over January 6th Committee. Aired 1-1:30p ET
• Republican House Leader Refusing to Participate in Insurrection Commission; Interview With U.S. Health and Human Services Secretary Nominee Xavier Becerra; COVID Rising. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• Republican House Leader Refusing to Participate in Insurrection Commission; COVID Spreading. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• As Virus Resurges, GOP Suddenly Embraces Covid Vaccine; DOJ Launches New Initiative to Curb Surging Gun Violence; Cases Rising Among Unvaccinated in Hot Spots Across U.S.; Parents Concerned About Schools Reopening Without Mask Mandates. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• First Lady Jill Biden Arrives in Japan for Olympics; CNN Member's Personal Stories of Tragedy in the Pandemic; Senate Republicans Have Blocked a Vote to Begin Debate on the Bipartisan Infrastructure Bill. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• HHS Secretary in Nevada Amid Effort to Boost Lagging Vaccinations; Dreams Dashed as Nearly 100 Athletes Test Positive Before Olympic Games; Biden Delivers Blunt Talk on Economic Worries at CNN Town Hall; GOP Blocks Vote on Bipartisan Infrastructure Bill, Pushing for More Time to Debate & Write It. Aired 1:30-2p ET
• Dreams Dashed as More Athletes Test Positive Before Olympic Games; Opening Ceremony Director Fired for Anti-Semitic Remarks; Tucker Carlson Claims Capitol Police Officer Is "An Angry, Left-Wing Political Activist"; Trump Misleads on 1/6: "It Was a Loving Crowd"; NFL Issues New Rules on Handling of COVID Outbreaks. Aired 2:30-3p ET


July 21, 2021
• Olympics Won't Rule Out Canceling Games Due To COVID; Study: India's COVID Deaths May Be 10 Times Official Count; Record-Breaking Rain Triggers Flood In Henan Province; U.K. Prime Minister's Ex- Adviser Accuses Him Of Callous Approach; Trump Ally Charged With Illegal Foreign Lobbying; Jeff Bezos, Blue Origin Crew Complete Successful Flight; Extreme Weather Sign of Worsening Climate Crisis; COVID Taking Much of the Fun Out of Olympics. Aired 12-12:45a ET
• Tokyo 2020 CEO Won't Rule Out Last-Minute Cancellation Of The Olympic Games Amid Rising COVID-19 Cases; Record Breaking Rain Triggers Floods In Henan Province; Study: India's COVID Deaths May Be 10 Times Official Account; WHO Head Says the World Needs a Celebration of Hope; Jeff Bezos, Blue Origin Crew Complete Successful Flight. Aired 2-2:45a ET
• Tokyo Olympics Kicks Off; India's COVID Death Toll Under Reported; Southeast Asia Pummeled by Delta Variant; Haiti With New Prime Minister; France to Compel Everyone to Have a Health Pass; Flooding Killed 12 People in China's Henan Province; Olympic Village COVID-19 Isolation Bubble is Broken; COVID Cases Rising in Japan as Games Get Underway; Toyota Pulls Its Olympic T.V. Ads in Japan; Olympics CEO Won't Rule Out Cancelling Games Due to COVID; COVID Taking Much of the Fun Out of the Games; Extreme Weather Wildfires in United States; Merkel Makes Second Visit to Flood Disaster Zone; Bezos on Future of Space Travel; Biden and The Buccaneers. Aired 3-4a ET
• CDC: Delta Variant Accounts for 83 Percent of COVID Cases in U.S.; Olympic Competition Now Underway After Year-Long Delay; Trump Ally Charge with Illegal Foreign Lobbying; Jeff Bezos, Blue Origin Crew Complete Successful Flight; At Least 83 Large Wildfires Burning in 13 U.S. States. Aired 4-4:30a ET
• COVID Cases Rising in Japan as Competition Gets Underway; At Least 12 Dead as Rain and Floods Hit Henan Province; Iraq Market Bombing: Death Toll Climbs to 309, At Least 50 Wounded; Delta Variant Surging Through Southeast Asia; U.K. PM's ex-Adviser Accuses Him of Callous Approach; Bezos' Historic Flight; COVID Taking Much of the Fun Out of the Games. Aired 1-2a ET
• Voters Weigh in On Biden Presidency at Six-Month Mark; Newly Released Videos Show Violence Against Police; Study: India's Covid Deaths May Be 10 Time Official Count; French Health Pass Required for Many Popular Activities; Milwaukee Bucks Win First NBA Title in 50 Years. Aired 4:30-5a ET
• More Than 91 Million Americans Live in Counties with High COVID-19 Transmission Rates; GOP Expected to Block Vote on Infrastructure Debate. Aired 10-10:30a ET
• Biden Attends CNN Town Hall Tonight with Agenda in Peril; Texas Democrats Heap Pressure on Congress for Voting Rights Action; White House Confirms Talks with Fox New over COVID-19 Coverage. Aired 10:30- 11a ET
• COVID Is Making A Resurgence Here In The United States; A New Study Estimated That As Many As 10 Time More People Have Died In India Than What The Official Death Tolls Says; The Senate Will Vote On Whether To Move Ahead With The Bipartisan Infrastructure Plan; Sen. Chris Coons Is Interviewed On Bipartisan Infrastructure Bill. Aired 9- 9:30a ET
• Emerging Republican and Democrat Strategies on House Select Committee; Tom Barrack Indictment; West Coast Wildfires' Smoke Blanketing East Coast; SpaceX Inspiration4 Set To Launch. Aired 9:30- 10a ET
• House Speaker Rejects Two GOP 1/6 Committee Picks; Rep. Kevin McCarthy (R-CA) will Pull All His Picks to 1/6 Committee; GOP Expected to Block Vote on Infrastructure Debate. Aired 1-1:30p ET.
• Republicans Pull Out of Insurrection Commission. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• Johnson & Johnson Booster Needed For Delta Variant?; Republicans Pull Out of Insurrection Commission. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• Defense Secretary Austin, General Milley Hold Press Briefing; 91-Plus Million Americans Live in County with "High" COVID Transmission; Former Trump Surgeon General Urges CDC Reversal; Miami- Dade Officials Plead for Vaccinations, Masks in Crowds; Gen. Milley Briefs After Book Revealed Trump Coup Fears; Another Trump Ally Indicted, Jailed on Illegal Lobbying Charges; McCarthy Speaks After Pulling All 1/6 Select Committee Picks. Aired 1:30-2p ET
• CDC Says Daily Pace of Full Vaccinations Hits Lowest Point Since January; Some Conservatives Now Encourage People to Get Vaccinated; Tokyo Olympics Underway Despite Threat Of COVID; Senate Votes on Whether to Advance Bipartisan Infrastructure Deal; Joe Biden in Cincinnati, Ohio for Town Hall Meeting. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• McCarthy: GOP Won't Take Part in 1/6 Committee Unless Pelosi Seats All Our Picks; CDC: Delta Variant Rise Puts Unvaccinated in Greater Danger; Florida Hospital Reports Record Number of Patients with COVID; Parma City, Ohio, School District Will Not Require Masks for Students Regardless of Vaccination Status. Aired 2:30-3p ET


July 20, 2021
• COVID Cases Rises In Japan With Games Just Three Days Away; Dow Drops 725 Points Amid Delta Variant Fears; U.S. And Allies Accuse China Of Widespread Cyberattacks; At Least 195 Deaths Confirmed In Germany And Belgium. The Cost Of Climate Change; COVID Cases Rise in Japan with Games Just Three Days Away; Amazon Founder Bezos Set for Suborbital Flight. Aired 12-12:45a ET
• Olympic Dreams Derailed By COVID; Bezos Set To Blast Off; Third Australia State Locks Down As Delta Variant Spreads; U.K. Issues First-Ever Extreme Heat Warning; The Cost of Climate Change; Amazon Founder Bezos, Three Others Set for Suborbital Flight. Aired 2-2:45a ET
• Athletes Testing Positive Before the Games; England Not Totally Free from Restrictions; At Least 27 People Killed in Baghdad Sunday; Spyware Targeting Private Individuals; Stock Markets Plummeted Due to Delta Variant; Dow Drops 725 Points Amid Delta Variant Fears; Canada To Reopen Border To Fully Vaccinated Americans; Haiti Leadership Handoff; Merkel Set To Visit Flood-Hit Region With CDU Leader; Extreme Heat Alert For the U.K.; Ben And Jerry's To Stop Sales In Palestinian Territories; Racism In Football; Billionaires in Space. Aired 3-4a ET
• Amazon Founder Bezos Set to Blast Off in Coming Hours; COVID Cases Rise in Japan with Games Just Three Days Ahead; Hospitalizations and Deaths Rising Among Unvaccinated in U.S.; U.S. Markets Look to Rebound from Monday's Selloff; Biden Touts Economy, Tries to Tackle Inflation Concerns; Rioter Gets 8 Months, Judge Says He Deserves Leniency. Aired 4-4:30a ET
• Canada to Reopen Border to Fully Vaccinated Americans; England Lifts COVID Rules as Delta Variant Surges Worldwide; Warning System Face Scrutiny in Wake of Disaster in Europe; At Least 150 Killed in Weekend Shooting Across U.S.; Ben & Jerry's to Stop Sales in Palestinian Territories; Covid Cases Overshadowing Start of Olympic Games. Aired 4:30-5a ET
• CDC Director Says, Delta Variant Now Over 80 Percent of Cases in U.S.; Rep. Kevin McCarthy (R-CA) Selects Five GOP Members for House Select Committee; Stocks Rebounding after Worst Day in Nine Months. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• New Shepard Lands, Successfully Completing Near Space Mission. Aired 10-10:30a ET
• COVID Bursting the Olympic Bubble; Global Markets Tank; England Lifts COVID Rules as Delta Variant Surges Worldwide; At Least 195 Deaths Confirmed in Germany and Belgium; National Day of Mourning Begins in Belgium; First Ever Extreme Heat Warning Issued in U.K.; Suspected Spying Targeted Journalists, Activists; Indonesia's Deadliest Day of the Pandemic; Abuse Sparks National Debate Across England; Amazon Founder Bezos, Three Others Set for Suborbital Flight. Aired 1-2a ET
• Amazon's Bezos Completes Historic Space Flight; Tokyo 2020 Chief Not Ruling Out a Cancelation of the Olympic Games amid Rising COVID Cases; Fauci to Sen. Rand Paul (R-KY), You Don't Know What You're Talking About. Aired 1-1:30p ET
• Interview With Rep. Ruben Gallego (D-AZ); Jeff Bezos in Space. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• Bezos and New Shepard Crew Launch from Texas. Aired 9-9:30a ET.
• Jeff Bezos in Space; Delta Variant Rising; Trump Ally Indicted. Aired 3-3:30p ET.
• Bezos and New Shepherd Crew's Historic Space Flight. Aired 9:30-10a ET.
• Interview with Karine Jean-Pierre, White House Principal Deputy Press Secretary, Cabinet Meeting Focus on the Pandemic, Infrastructure and Climate Change; White House Holds Talks with Fox News Over Its COVID Coverage; Infrastructure Deal on Life Support as Key Senate Vote Looms; Biden Holds Second Cabinet Meeting Marking Six Months in Office. Aired 3:30-4p ET.
• Pelosi "Considering" Election Deniers for Jan. 6 Committee; Ready or Not, Schumer Plans Senate Vote on Infrastructure Plan; Bootleg Fire Creating Its Own Weather as California Wildfires Burn Over 20,000 Acres This Year; DeSantis Pushes Vaccine as GOP Group Sells Anti-Mask & Anti-Fauci Merch for Campaign. Aired 1:30-2p ET
• Olympics 2020 CEO Won't Rule Out Last-Minute Cancellation Of Olympic Games Amid Rising COVID Cases; Bootleg Fire Creating Its Own Weather As California Wildfires Burn Over 20,000 Acres This Year; Infrastructure Deal On Life Support As Key Senate Vote Looms. Aired 2:30-3p ET


July 19, 2021
• England Lifts Lockdown Restrictions as New Cases Surge; COVID Cases Rise in Japan with Olympics Just Days Away; At Least 189 People Killed in Germany and Belgium; Catholic Shrine Opens Doors to Victims of Flooding; Brazil Struggles to Root Out Illegal Mining in Amazon; U.S. Diplomats in Austria Reporting Signs of Mystery Illness. Aired 12-12:45a ET
• Lockdown Restrictions Lifted in England; Tokyo Olympics Hit by Rising COVID Cases Before Opening; Rising Hospitalization and Deaths in the U.S. Due to Delta Variant; 189 Deaths in Belgium and Germany Due to Flooding; Israel Plans To Crack Down On COVID Rule Breakers; Israeli PM: Vaccine Alone Not Enough To Overcome Crisis. Aired 2-3a ET
• UK PM Self-Isolates as England Opens Up; COVID Cases Rise Ahead of Tokyo Games; Merkel Sees the Devastation; Indonesia Plans for Eid Al-Adha as COVID Cases Surge; War in Afghanistan; First Lady Returns Home Ahead of Husband's Funeral; Solidarity Demonstration Held in Support of Cuban Protests; Hong Kong Government Condemns U.S. Sanctions on China Liaison Officials; Collin Morikawa Wins Open in His First Time at Tournament. Aired 1-2a ET
• Athlete Pull Out Over Increasing COVID Cases; England Push its Lifting of Restrictions; Unvaccinated Population Puts Everyone at Risk; L.A. County Sheriff Won't Force People to Wear Mask; Flooding in Germany Left Hundreds Homeless; Empathy Knows No Faith; Limited Attendees Allowed This Year's Hajj; Many Are Still Skeptical to Get COVID Vaccine; Mysterious Illness Found in Austria; Taliban Forces Not Fan of Peace Talks; Collin Morikawa Breaks New Record. Aired 3-4a ET
• Number of Covid Cases Linked to Olympic Games Not at 58; England Lifts Lockdown Restrictions as New Cases Surge; Alabama Struggles to Lift Its Low Vaccination Rate; At Least 194 People Killed in Germany and Belgium; Shooting Outside Ballpark Sends Fans and Players Scrambling. Aired 4-4:30a ET
• Six-Year-Old Girl Killed in a Drive-By Shooting; acting U.S. Ambassador Calls for Investigation Into Taliban Murder of 22 Surrendering Afghan Commandos; Haitian First Lady Returns Home Ahead of Husband's Funeral; 80 Wildfires Burning across Several U.S. States; Brazilian Amazon Tribe under Threat from Illegal Minors; Spy Campaign Reportedly Targeted Journalists, Activists; Collin Morikawa Wins the Open Championship. Aired 4:30-5a ET
• Growing Numbers of Athletes Have Tested Positive for COVID-19; Infrastructure Push on Rock Ground as Key Senate Test Vote Looms; Havana Syndrome Worsens, Hits U.S. Diplomats in Vienna. Aired 10- 10:30a ET
• Athletes Test Positive for COVID; Twelve States Still with Low Vaccine Rates; Dr. Amy Compton Phillips; Talks about COVID rates and Olympics; Blaming China for Cyberattacks; Spyware is Used on Journalists and Activists. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• Dow Sinks as COVID Cases Rise in All 50 States; Dow Sinks Dramatically as Delta Variant Fears Hit Wall Street; Future of DACA in Jeopardy after Judge Bars New Applications. Aired 1-1:30p ET
• Biden's Economic Agenda; Olympic COVID Fears. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• Biden's Infrastructure Hangs in the Balance; First Felony Sentencing in Capitol Riots; Another Weekend of Gun Violence; Bezos Launches Tomorrow; Retired Astronaut Speaks about Space Travel. Aired 9:30-10a ET.
• Future of DREAMers Is Endangered After Judge's Decision; At Least 61 COVID Cases Tied to Tokyo Olympics; CDC Upgrades U.K. COVID Risk Level as It Lifts Restrictions; U.S. Personnel in Vienna Report Mysterious Havana-Syndrome-Like Health Incidents; Jeff Bezos' Space Flight Launches in Less Than 24 Hours. Aired 1:30-2p ET
• Biden's Economic Agenda; Olympic COVID Fears; Interview With Rep. Raul Ruiz (D-CA); COVID Cases Rising. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• U.S. Secretary of State Blinken Announces He Will Meet with Belarus Opposition Leader; The Countdown For Bezos to Blast Off to Space. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• U.S. & Allies Blame China for Widespread Cyberattacks; Fauci Slams COVID Misinformation as Cases Rise in All 50 States; Biden Backtracks on "Facebook Killing People," But Needs to Stop Misinformation; Haiti's Acting Prime Minister to Step Down Amid Power Struggle; Jeff Bezos' Space Flight Launches in Less than 24 Hours. Aired 2:30-3p ET
• U.S. And Europe Battling Life-Threatening Weather Conditions; Extreme Heat, Dry Conditions Fuel Wester U.S. Wildfires; Western Europe Begins Massive Clean-Up Effort After Flooding; Fox Corporate Quietly Implements Vaccine Passports While It's Top Personalities Attack Them; Arizona Police Investigate Shooting Rampage Across 3 Crimes Scenes; Dow Sinks Dramatically as Delta Variant Fears Hit Wall Street. Aired 3:30-4p ET


July 18, 2021
• At Least 160 Dead, Hundreds Missing In Europe Flooding; L.A. County Reinstating Indoor Mask Mandate; Two Athletes Test Positive For COVID-19 In Tokyo's Olympic Village; Hundreds Protest In Miami In Solidarity With Cuba Demonstrations; Biden Administration Promises To Appeal DACA Ruling; Myanmar's COVID-19 Crisis Deepens Amid Distrust Of Junta; U.K. Restaurants See Signs Of Revival And New Challenges; American Designs Surrealist Fashion For The Modern Era. Aired 12-1a ET
• U.K. Sees Surge Of Cases As Restrictions Set To Lift; At Least 160 Dead, Hundreds Missing In Europe Flooding; Three Shot Outside D.C.'s Nationals Park; Two Athletes Test Positive For COVID-19 In Tokyo's Olympic Village; Johns Hopkins University: Almost Half Of Canadians Vaccinated; Cases Surge In Africa With Low Vaccination Rate; U.K. Restaurants See Signs Of Revival And New Challenges. Aired 2-3a ET
• Israeli Prime Minister: Vaccines Alone Aren't Solving COVID-19 Problem; At Least 160 Dead, Hundreds Missing In Europe Flooding; U.K. Sees Surge Of Cases As Restrictions Set To Lift; Three Shot Outside D.C.'s Nationals Park; Extreme U.S. Weather; Two Athletes Test Positive For COVID-19 In Tokyo's Olympic Village; Biden Administration Promises To Appeal DACA Ruling; Britney Spears' Conservatorship Struggle. Aired 3-4a ET
• L.A. County Reinstating Indoor Mask Mandate; At Least 160 Dead, Hundreds Missing In Europe Flooding; Three Shot Outside D.C.'s Nationals Park; Two Athletes Test Positive For COVID-19 In Tokyo's Olympic Village; Biden Administration Promises To Appeal DACA Ruling; Texas Voting Rights Battle; Hundreds Protest In Miami In Solidarity With Cuba Demonstrations; American Designs Surrealist Fashion For The Modern Era. Aired 4-5a ET
• Extreme U.S. Weather; L.A. County Reinstating Indoor Mask Mandate; U.K. Sees Surge Of Cases As Restrictions Set To Lift; At Least 160 Dead, Hundreds Missing In Europe Flooding; Two Athletes Test Positive For COVID-19 In Tokyo's Olympic Village; Israeli Prime Minister: Vaccines Alone Aren't Solving COVID-19 Problem; Myanmar's COVID-19 Crisis Deepens Amid Distrust Of Junta; Biden Administration Promises To Appeal DACA Ruling; International Diplomats In Haiti Call For New Government, Elections; Spike Lee Announces Cannes Winner Early, Stuns Audience. Aired 5-6a ET
• Shooting Outside Nationals Park Sends Fans And Players Scrambling; Three Have Tested Positive For COVID In Olympic Village In Japan; Interview With Olympic Athlete, Kenny Selmon; Interview With Gov. Roy Cooper (D-NC); Jeff Bezos Getting Ready To Go To Space. Aired 2-3p ET
• Shots Fired Outside MLB Game; Facebook Slams President Biden About COVID Misinformation Statement; Continued Revolt In Cuba; Historic Flooding In Western Europe Claims 189 Lives; Cori Gauff Tests Positive For COVID, Pulls Out Of The Olympics; Vaccines Will Not Solve COVID, Warns Israeli Prime Minister; Airline Industry Showing Earnings. Aired 5-6p ET
• Chaos Erupts After Shots Fired Outside MLB Game Saturday; Father And Son Who Were At The Nationals Game Speak Out; New COVID Cases Up In 30 States As Vaccine Rates Fall; Interview With Rep. Maxine Waters (D-CA) about America's Gun Violence; House GOPs; DeSantis PAC; Havana Syndrome. Aired 4-5p ET
• Chaos Erupts During MLB Game After Shots Fired Outside Stadium; At Least 448 Shot In 36 Separate Shootings In Chicago Since Friday; COVID-19 Cases Up By 50 Percent In 30 States. Aired 3-4p ET
• CDC Says, 48.6 Percent Of U.S. Population Is Fully Vaccinated; GOP Congressman Pitches Vaccine To Republican Skeptics; Chaos Erupts After Shots Fired Outside MLB Game Saturday; Interview With L.A. County Sheriff Alex Villanueva About Mask Mandate; Jeff Bezos Set To Rocket Into Space Tuesday. Aired 6-7p ET
• Rise Of Delta Variant Threatens To Overwhelm Arkansas Hospitals; Tennis Star Coco Gauff To Miss Olympics After Positive COVID Test; Destruction Revealed As Waters Subside In Germany; Interview With Rep. Debbie Wasserman Schultz (D-FL) About Surge Of New COVID-19 Cases; Stunning Details On Top Military Official's Fears Over Trump. Aired 7-8p ET


July 17, 2021
• Extreme Weather Causes Massive Europe Flooding; Biden Officials View COVID-19 Lab Leak Origin Theory as Credible; FBI Interviews Key Suspects in Haiti. Aired 12-12:15a ET
• Extreme Weather Causes Massive Europe Flooding; COVID-19 Vaccines Might Not Protect the Immunocompromised; America Facing "Pandemic of the Unvaccinated"; Biden Officials View COVID-19 Lab Leak Origin Theory as Credible; Delta Variant Causes Surge in Southeast Asia; COVID-19 Detected in Tokyo's Olympic Village. Aired 2-3a ET
• Extreme Weather Causes Massive Europe Flooding; Scientists See Climate Change in Recent Weather Events; America Facing "Pandemic of the Unvaccinated"; COVID-19 Vaccines Might Not Protect the Immunocompromised; England to Lift Nearly All COVID-19 Restrictions on Monday; Funeral Set for Slain Haitian President Jovenel Moise; Sea Migration Surges with Dire Conditions in Cuba; Fears for the Future of Afghan Women. Aired 3-4a ET
• Extreme Weather Causes Massive Europe Flooding; America Facing "Pandemic of the Unvaccinated"; Biden Officials View COVID-19 Lab Leak Origin Theory as Credible; Federal Judge Finds DACA Illegal; Sea Migration Surges with Dire Conditions in Cuba; England to Lift Nearly All COVID-19 Restrictions on Monday; Funeral Set for Slain Haitian President Jovenel Moise; Utah's Great Salt Lake is Disappearing. Aired 4-5a ET
• COVID-19 and Variants Spreading Rapidly Among Unvaccinated Americans; White House Criticizes Social Media Companies and Particularly Facebook for Allowing Misinformation about COVID-19 Vaccines to Proliferate; Areas of California Reinstituting Mask Mandate even for Those Who are Vaccinated; New York Governor Andrew Cuomo to be Questioned by Investigators into Sexual Misconduct Allegations. Aired 10-11a ET
• Extreme Weather Causes Massive Europe Flooding; Biden Officials View COVID-19 Lab Leak Origin Theory As Credible; Federal Judge Finds DACA Illegal; Mike Pence Walks Political Tightrope In Iowa; England To Lift Nearly All COVID-19 Restrictions On Monday; COVID-19 Detected In Tokyo's Olympic Village. Aired 5-6a ET
• Fifteen-Year-Old Meets With Surfside Responders Who Rescued Him; Los Angeles County Reinstating Indoor Mask Mandate Amid Surge; All 50 States See Rise In Cases As Vaccinations Lag; New York Governor Cuomo Facing Array Of State & Federal Probes; Millions Of Passport Applications Create Backlog At State Department; First Case Of COVID- 19 Detected In Tokyo's Olympic Games; Consumers Shelling Out More As Inflation Hits 13-Year High; At Least 157 Dead, Hundred Missing In Europe Flooding. Aired 12-1p ET
• CDC: Vaccinations Among Teens, Young Adults Remain Low; First Case Of COVID-19 Detected In Tokyo's Olympic Village; NY AG's Office To Question Gov. Cuomo Today In Harassment Probe; Biden Calls Out Court Ruling On DACA "Deeply Disappointing"; Remembering John Lewis; Catastrophic Flooding In Europe; Suspect Arrested After Brazen Kidnapping Attempt; Blue Origin Set To Launch Bezos Into Space Tuesday. Aired 11a-12p ET
• COVID-19 And Variants Spreading Rapidly Among Unvaccinated Americans; White House Criticizes Social Media Companies For Allowing Misinformation About COVID-19 Vaccines To Proliferate; NY Gov. Andrew Cuomo To Be Questioned By Investigators Into Sexual Misconduct Allegations; Suspect Arrested For Kidnapping Attempt In New York; Republicans Criticize Major League Baseball Commissioner Rob Manfred For Moving All-Star Game From Atlanta Due To Georgia Voting Law; Britney Spears Allowed To Hire Own Attorney In Conservatorship Legal Battle. Aired 2-3p ET
• Interview With Rep Kim Schrier (D-WA); Alabama Among States Seeing Cases Rise Over 100 Percent From Last Week; Sen. Jon Ossoff (D- GA) Urges GOP Colleagues To Encourage Americans To Get Vaccinated; Weeks Of Extreme Heat Worsens Already Dire Western Drought; Seventy Large Wildfires Burning Across The U.S. Right Now; Utah's Great Salt Lake Is Disappearing; Tennessee Halts Youth Outreach For All Vaccines. Aired 1-2p ET
• Biden Social Media Sites "Killing People" With COVID Misinformation; One-On-One With Dr. Anthony Fauci; NY AG's Office To Question Gov. Cuomo Today In Harassment Probe; Democrats Talk Tough On Defending Voting Rights, But What Will They Do?; State Rep. James Talarico (D-TX) Discusses Challenging Fox News Host To Tell Viewers Trump Lost, Passing Voting Rights Legislation, Three Texas House Dems Testing Positive For COVID In D.C. Aired 3-4p ET
• COVID-19 Cases Rising In All 50 States; McCarthy Meets With Trump Again As New Controversy Emerges; Death Toll Rises To 28, 117 Unaccounted For In Condo Collapse; Engineers Say Condo Collapse Photos Appear To Show Less Steel Reinforcement Than Original 1979 Design Drawings; Federal Judge Rules DACA Program Illegal; President Biden Accuses Social Media Companies Of Killing People With Vaccine Misinformation. Aired 6-7p ET
• Biden: Social Media Sites "Killing People" With Vaccine Misinformation; Inside The Chaotic Last Days Of The Trump Presidency; Senior WH Officials Now Believe COVID Lab Leak Theory Is Equally as Credible As Theory It Originated Naturally; Israeli PM Bennett Less Optimistic Vaccines Alone Will Stop COVID; First Case Of COVID-19 Detected At Tokyo Olympic Village; Demonstrators Rally Outside White House, Chanting "Free Cuba"; Cuban Government Stages "Revolutionary Reaffirmation" Rally. Aired 4-5p ET
• Daughter Of COVID Victim Responds To Right-Wing's Anti-Vax Push; Trump Lashes Out At Fox News After "Associated Press" Finds Just 182 Of Potential Fraud Out Of Three Million AZ Ballots; Biden: Social Media Sites "Killing People" With COVID Misinformation; Four People Decontaminated After Chemical Leak At Water Park Near Houston; NY A.G.'s Office To Question Gov. Cuomo Today In Harassment Probe; Hundreds Still Missing After Deadly Floods In Germany. Aired 5-6p ET
• Hospitalizations Surge In Missouri As Virus Spreads Statewide; Canada Surpasses U.S. In Percentage Of Total Population Fully Vaccinated; Cases Soar In England As Government Prepares To Reopen; WHO Warns Middle East, North Africa Nearing Critical Point In COVID Cases; New York A.G. Office Questions Governor Cuomo In Sexual Harassment Probe; Interview With State Rep. Trey Martinez Fischer (D- TX); Rioter Who Entered Senate Chamber To Be Sentenced Today; 160 Dead, Hundreds Still Missing In Flooding Aftermath. Aired 7-8p ET
• More Than 60 People Sickened At Texas Water Park; L.A. County Reinstates Indoor Mark Mandate At Midnight; Family Urges People To Get Vaccinated After Mom Died Of COVID; Cybercriminal Gang REvil Vanishes From The Internet; President Biden Says Social Media "Killing People" With COVID Misinformation; Britney Spears Slams People Who Didn't Help When She Was "Drowning". Aired 8-9p ET


July 16, 2021
• Eastern Germany Submerged in Flood; Children Missed Immunizations Due to COVID; Indonesia With Soaring Death Toll in Children; Coronavirus Far from Dissipating; Soldiers Deployed to Restore Calm in South Africa; Indonesia Children Suffer As Delta Wave Worsens; COVID-19 Cases Surge In Tokyo With Olympics One Week Away; Lebanon's Crisis Deepens; Operation To Relocate Afghan Allies; Spain's Coastal Tourism Economy Struggles To Recover. Aired 3-4a ET
• At Least 55 Dead, Hundreds Missing in Europe Flooding; WHO: Deaths in Africa Up 43 Percent from Last Week; COVID-19 Cases Surge in Tokyo with Olympics One Week Away; Video Shows Suspected Attackers after Assassination; Prime Minister-Designate Hariri Steps Down; Extreme Flooding Being Caused by Climate Change, Expert Says; Protests in France Against Macron's New COVID Rules. Aired 12-12:45a ET
• Europe Experienced Heaviest Rainfall in a Century; Warming Climate Causing More Extreme Weather Worldwide; WHO Warns Coronavirus Emergency Isn't Over; South Africa Unrest; At Least 117 Killed In Protests After Former Leader Is Jailed; War Of Words Escalates After Unprecedented Protests; Prime Minster Designate Hariri Steps Down. Aired 2-2:45a ET
• At Least 55 Dead, Hundreds Missing in Europe Flooding; W.H.O.: COVID-19 Pandemic is "Nowhere Near" Finished; Indonesia Children Suffer As Delta Wave Worsens; Video Shows Suspected Attackers after Assassination; Duque: Some Suspects Knew of Plot to Kill Haitian President; South Africa Unrest; Tokyo Olympics; Olympic Organizers Determined to Host Games in One Week; Tourism's Uneasy Summer. Aired 1-2a ET
• At Least 93 Dead, Hundreds Missing in Europe Flooding; Downpours Cause Flooding in Germany; Health Experts: Vaccine Disinformation is Killing Americans; Covid-19 Cases Surge in Tokyo with Olympics One Week Away; Trump: I Never Threatened or Spoke About a Coup; Gen. Milley Center Stage in Forthcoming Book; California on Track for Worst Fire Season Ever. Aired 4-4:30a ET
• War of Words Escalates After Unprecedented Protests in Cuba; Video Shoes Suspected Attackers After Assassination in Haiti; White House: Afghan Allies to be Flown Out In Coming Weeks; At Least 17 Killed in South African Protests After Former Leader was Jailed; Small Maryland Town Targeted by "REvil" Ransomware Group; Djokovic Says He Will Pay at Tokyo Olympics. Aired 4:30-5a ET
• COVID Cases Rising in All 50 States; Report Says, Two Charged with Conspiracy in Plot to Bomb Democratic H.Q. in Sacramento. General Milley Feared Trump Would Strike Iran to Stay in Power. Aired 10- 10:30a ET
• 100-Plus Dead after Catastrophic Flooding in Western Europe; U.S Intelligence Assessments on Afghanistan Paint Increasingly Bleak Picture of Taliban Advance. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• COVID Rising in All 50 States; COVID Cases Surge in Florida; Xavier Becerra is Interviewed about Vaccine Hesitancy; COVID Rises in Tokyo before Olympics; Milley Feared Trump Would Strike Iran. Aired 9- 9:30a ET
• Taliban Advances in Afghanistan; Two Charged in Bomb Plot in Sacramento; Schumer Calls for Vote on Infrastructure; Historic Flooding in Europe. Aired 9:30-10a ET
• COVID Cases Now Rising in All 50 States; U.S. Intelligence Assessments on Afghanistan Paint Increasingly Bleak Picture of Taliban Advance; At Least 118 Dead after Historic Flooding in Western Europe. Aired 1-1:30p ET
• Trump Behind Closed Doors; Flooding in Europe; Interview With Former Senior White House COVID Response Adviser Andy Slavitt; Pandemic of the Unvaccinated. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• Republican Opponents of Trump Raising Big Money; Climate Change Impacts; Pandemic of the Unvaccinated. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• 10 House GOP Lawmakers Who Voted to Impeach Trump Raise More Money Than Their Challengers in Second Quarter; Senior Biden Officials Finding That COVID Lab Leak Theory As Credible As Natural Origins Explanation; Democratic Representative Arrested for Protesting in Favor Of Voting Rights; VP Harris Holds Black Women Round Table on Voting Rights; Senator Says He Wants Pared-Down Voting Rights Bill; Haitian-American Doctor Accused in Assassination Plot Spent Months Planning Foray into Haitian Politics. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• Gov. Cuomo Expected to be Questioned in Sexual Harassment Probe; Push to Fund Alternative Care Site As Cases Spike in Missouri; Engineer Investigating Surfside Collapse: I've Been Sidelined; "History of the Sitcom" Premiers Sunday at 9PM & 10PM. Aired 1:30-2p ET
• 2 Men Charged with Conspiracy in Alleged Plot to Attack Democratic Party HQ in Sacramento; FAA Tells Airlines Boeing 737 Switches Could Pose Safety Risk; FAA Grounding Hawaii Cargo Airline After Plane Ditches into Ocean; Cases Surge A Week Before Tokyo Olympics; Gov. Cuomo Expected to be Questioned in Sexual Harassment Probe. Aired 2:30-3p ET


July 15, 2021
• Protests Against Vaccination Policies in Greece & France; Fast- Spreading Delta Variant Driving Up Cases Globally; Soldier Says Accused Colombians Were Hired To Protect Pres. Aired 12-1a ET
• South Africa's Reservists Called to Quell Violence; England Pushing to Reopen; Britney Spears Back on Her Feet; Indonesia the New Epicenter in Asia; Assassins Hired to Kill Jovenel Moise; Australian States with New Restrictions; E.U. Wants to be Carbon Free by 2050; War In Afghanistan, State Department Saying Slaughter Is Horrifying And Atrocious Act; Taliban Accused Of Targeting, Killing Female Journalists; Many Afghans Living In Fear If Taliban Takeover; Four Iranians Charged With Plot To Abduct U.S. Journalist; Refugee Team Delayed After Official Tests Positive For COVID-19; China's Economy Grows 7.9 Percent In Second Quarter; Crisis In Lebanon, Hariri, Now Is The Moment Of Truth; Parents Reunited With Abducted Son After 24 Years. Aired 3-4a ET
• Britney's Conservatorship Battle; Indian States Propose Two- Child Policy; World Health Organization Warns Of Rising Cases And Deaths; China's Economy Grows 7.9 Percent in Second Quarter; India's Most Populous State Proposes Two-Child Policy; E.U. Presents Bold Plan to Reduce Emissions 55 Percent by 2030. Aired 2-2:45a ET
• World Health Organization Warns of Rising Cases and Deaths; Cuba Defends Crackdown Days After Widespread Protests; Britney Spears Wins Right to Hire Her Own Lawyer; Alleged Iranian Kidnapping Plot; E.U. Presents Bold Plan to Reduce Emissions by 55 Percent by 2030; China's Economy Grew 7.9 percent in Second Quarter; Many Afghans Living in Fear of Taliban Takeover; Parents Reunited with Abducted Son after 24 Years. Aired 1-2a ET
• New Book Offers Insight Into Trump's Final Year in Office; Miami Hospital Sees Surge of Covid Patients in 30's and 40's; 911 Calls Reveal Chaos, Confusion After Building Collapsed; U.S. Fire Agency Declares Highest Level of Preparedness for Western Wildfires; Britney Spears Wins Right to Hire Her Own Lawyer; Africa Battling Its Worst Covid Wave Yet; U.K. Health Secretary Urges Caution Ahead of England Reopening. Aired 4-4:30a ET
• Afghan Negotiator Worried About Potential Civil War; George W. Bush: U.S. Troop Withdrawal is a Mistake; U.S. to Relocate Thousands of Afghan Translators; Anger at Post-Apartheid Inequalities Underpins Riots in South Africa; China's Economy Grows 7.9 Percent In Second Quarter; EU Presents Bold Plan to Reduce Emissions by 55 Percent by 2030; Athletes Arriving in Tokyo with One Week Until Games. Aired 4:30-5a ET
• Surgeon General Says, Misinformation Serious Threat to Public Health; Justice Stephen Breyer Says He Hasn't Decided When He'll Retire; Trump Says He will Meet with House GOP Leader Rep. Kevin McCarthy (R-CA) Today. Aired 10-10:30a ET
• Civil Rights Attorney Lee Merritt Runs Against Texas A.G. Paxton; Consumer Prices Reach 13-Year High, Fueling Fears of Surging Inflation; DOJ Watchdog Says, FBI Botched USA Gymnastics Doctor Abuse Probe. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• Breyer Hasn't Made a Decision on Retirement; Misinformation is Threat to Public Health; New Book Says Leaders Feared Trump Would Attempt a Coup. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• Preventing a Fall COVID Surge; Trump to Meet with McCarthy; Jobless Claims Fall to Pandemic-Era Low; Spears Demands Dad be Charged. Aired 9:30-10a ET
• U.S. Surgeon General Pushes White House Plan to Combat Misinformation as Vaccination Rates Drop, Cases Rise; Sen. Chuck Schumer (D-NY) Dismisses Concerns of Bipartisan Collapse; Book Says, Top Generals Feared Trump Would Try a Coup after Election. Aired 1- 1:30p ET.
• Surgeon General Calls COVID Misinformation Threat to Public Health; Kevin McCarthy Summoned to Meet With Trump; President Biden Meets With German Chancellor Angela Merkel. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• Passport Application Backlog; Interview With Sen. Gary Peters (D-MI); Surgeon General Calls COVID Misinformation Threat to Public Health; Kevin McCarthy Summoned to Meet With Trump. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• DOJ Watchdog Says FBI Botched Gymnastics Doctor Abuse Probe; COVID Patients Now Younger, Getting Sicker; First Paying Customer on Bezos Rocket Will Be Youngest into Space. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• Book: Top Generals Feared Trump Would Try a Coup After Election; Trump Denies Coup Attempt After Election, Calls It "Ridiculous"; Gene Sperling, Senior Adviser to President Biden, Discusses Child Tax Credit Hitting Banks Today & Inflation; Rep. Catherine Cortez Masto (D-NV) Discusses Pandemic Hitting American Latino Communities Hard, Vaccination Skepticism & Record Heat, Addressing Climate Change. Aired 1:30-2p ET
• Schumer Strong-Arms Negotiators on Bipartisan Infrastructure Deal; Biden Holds Oval Office Meeting with Germany's Angela Merkel; Millions of Families Receive 1st Child Tax Credit Payments; Britany Spears Scores Rare Court Victory, Granted Own Lawyer. Aired 2:30-3p ET


July 14, 2021
• COVID Mismanagement Fuels Protests Around The Globe; Cubans Protest Lack Of Food, Medicine, And Freedom; U.K.'s Johnson Says "Greed" Helped Develop Vaccine; South Korea Reports Record-Breaking COVID Infections; E.U. Looking at Mandating Vaccines; U.N.: India will Become World's Most Populous Country by 2027; Britney Spears to Attend Court Hearing Wednesday; London Restaurants See Signs of Revival. Aired 12-12:45a ET
• South Africa Violence; Haitian Police Search For New Suspects; Iraq Hospital Fire Kills At Least 92 People; British Prime Minister Condemns Racist Abuse, Shame on You; India's Most Populous State Proposes Two-Child Policy; Extreme Heat and Drought Fuel Western Wildfires. Aired 2-2:45a ET
• Looters Leaves Shops Empty in South Africa; Mayhem in Cuba Over Zuma's Arrest; People Killed by Fire in Iraq Climb to 92; South Korea Hit Highest Daily COVID Infections; Millions Rush to Register in France's Vaccination; Suspects to Moise's Killing Now Under Custody; France to Pull Out its Citizens from Afghanistan; Crisis In Lebanon, Food And Fuel Short Supply; Protest In Beirut Port Blast Turns Violent; Cubans Protest Lack Of Food, Medicine And Freedom; Riots In South Africa; Hungary's Top Diplomat Defends Controversial LGTBQ Law; Enthusiasm Lacking For Olympics; Japan's fastest man, Ryota Yamagata on CNN; IOC President Say Tokyo Best Ever Prepared City For Olympics; REVIL Group Disappears From Internet; Britney Spears' Conservatorship Case; Mural Of Rashford Restored; British Prime Minister Urges Social Media Giants To Tackle Racist Abuse; London Restaurants See Signs Of Revival. Aired 3-4a ET
• South Africa Unrest: 70+ Killed During Protests After Ex-Leader Zuma Jailed; Activists: 100+ Arrested or Missing in Cuba After Protests; U.S. Citizen Accused of Orchestrating Attack on Haitian President; Extreme Heat Fuels Devastating Fires in U.S. and Canada; Sydney Region Extends Lockdown Until July 30; E.U. Commission: Over 50 percent of all E.U. Adults Fully Vaccinated; Protest over Beirut Port Blast Turns Violent; Biden Strongly Condemns Restrictive New Voting Laws; Support for Games Lacking in Many Countries. Aired 1-2a ET
• Senate Democrats Reach Agreement on $3.5 Trillion Budget Resolution; Biden: Texas Republicans Want to Make It Harder to Vote; Unvaccinated Americans Driving Surge in Variant Cases; Huge Jump in Vaccination Booking in France After Macron Speech; Violence and Looting in South Africa; Activists: 100+ Arrested or Missing in Cuba After Protests; U.S. Citizens Accused of Orchestrating Attack on Haitian President; U.N.: Millions Displaced in Afghanistan, Humanitarian Crisis Looming. Aired 4-4:30a ET
• Biden Calls Threat Most Dangerous Since Civil War; New Books Detail Trump's Final Days in Office; Britney Spears Court Hearing Set for Wednesday; Extreme Heat and Drought Fuel Fires in U.S. and Canada; Boeing Down After Cutting Dreamliner Delivery Targets; Federer to Skip Olympics, Ohtani Gets All-Star Game Win. Aired 4:30-5a ET
• Branson Celebrates Trip to Edge of Space on Rocket-Powered Plane; Taliban Respond to CNN Report on 22 Executed Afghan Soldiers; U.S. Suffering Worst Wildfire Season in a Decade. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• New Coronavirus Cases, Vaccinations And Dangerous Vaccine Misinformation All Trending In The Wrong Direction; Senate Democrats Say They Have Struck a Preliminary Deal on a $3.5 Trillion Budget. Aired 10-10:30a ET
• CDC Forecast Shows COVID Hospitalizations to Jump over Next Four Weeks; Biden joins Senate Democrats at Lunch to Sell Both Bipartisan Infrastructure Deal and Democrats' Sweeping Budget Package; Senate Democrats Roll Out Proposal to Legalize Marijuana. Aired 1- 1:30p ET
• Children May Pay Price for Unvaccinated Adults; Miami Hospital's COVID Patients; COVID Surge Among Young and Unvaccinated; Democrats Reach Deal on Budget; Cheney Defends Seat on Committee; Taliban Respond to Execution Claims. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• Interview With State Rep. James Talarico; President Biden Heads to Capitol Hill to Talk Infrastructure; COVID Cases Rising. Aired 2- 2:30p ET
• People Missing and Arrested in Cuba; Biden Considers Hotline with China; U.S. Journalist Targeted by Iranians; Ransomware Gang Disappears Claudia Ordaz Perez is Interviewed about Manchin Meeting. Aired 9:30-10a ET.
• Alleged Iranian Plot to Kidnap U.S. Journalist; COVID Cases Rising. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• White House Considering "Red Phone" for Emergency Contact with China; Bush: Consequences of Afghanistan Troop Withdrawal Will Be "Unbelievable Bad"; Cheney Defends Being Part of Jan 6 Committee in CNN Interview; Mississippi Children Battling COVID in Intensive Care Units; Soon, Latest Britney Spears Hearing over Bid to End Conservatorship. Aired 1:30-2p ET
• Bush on Afghanistan Exit: It Will Cause "Unspeakable Harm"; Official: Afghans Who Helped America May Be Relocated to U.S.; Taliban Respond to CNN Report of 22 Executed Afghan Solders; COVID Cases Surges in 46 States as Vaccination Rates Plummet; Australia COVID-19 Cluster Linked to a Limo Driver with Delta Variant Growing; Notorious Ransomware Gang "Revil" Suddenly Offline. Aired 2:30-3p ET
• Soon Britney Spears in Court Hearing Trying to End Conservatorship; First Congressional Hearing on January 6 Capitol Attack Is Set for July 27; CDC Says 2020 Worst Year for Drug Overdoses. Aired 3:30-4p ET


July 13, 2021
• Fast-Spreading Delta Variant Threatens Europe's Reopening; Police Crack Down As Cubans Take To Streets in Rate Protests; U.S. Expresses Support For Cuban Protesters; Surrendering Afghan Commandos Gunned Down by Taliban; Tokyo Under COVID Emergency with Summer Games in 10 Days. Aired 12-12:45a ET
• Iraq Hospital Fire; England Players Face Racist Abuse; Internet Blackouts In Cuba; Reports of Internet Blackouts after Protests Roil Island; Latin American Government Face Unrest over COVID; Impact of COVID-19 on Latin America and Caribbean; Graphic COVID Ad in Australia Sparks Backlash. Aired 2-2:45a ET
• England to Reopen Next Week; Johnson & Johnson With Rare Side Effect; Hospital Fire in Iraq Took 64 Lives; South Africa's President Deployed Military to Restore Peace and Order; Former U.S. DEA Agent Arrested; How Authorities Caught Jovenel Moise's Assassins; Top U.S. General Steps Down as Part of Withdrawal; Cubans Demand Change; Latin American Governments Face Unrest Over COVID; Tokyo is Under COVID Emergency with Summer Games in Ten Days; Racist Abuse Directed at England Players; Mattel Unveils Naomi Osaka Barbie Doll. Aired 3-4a ET
• Fast-Spreading Delta Variant Threatens Europe's Reopening; Haiti Police: Man Arrested Had Plans of Becoming President; Racist Abuse Directed at England Players After Defeat; Top U.S. General Steps Down as Part of Withdrawal; Taliban Claim to Control 85 percent of Afghan Territory; IOC President Praises Tokyo's Preparation; "Graphic" COVID Ad in Australia Sparks Backlash; Chinese Companies Subject to Review Before Listing Overseas. Aired 1-2a ET
• Democrats Leave Texas to Block New Restrictions; Covid-19 Cases Rising Across Most U.S. States; CDC, FDA Look into Risk of Nerve Disorder After J&J Vaccine; French President: Mandatory Vaccinations Possible; At Least 64 Killed in Hospital Fire in Iraq; Reports of Internet Blackouts After Protests Roil Cuba; DEA Confirms One Suspect in Haiti Assassination Ploy was Former Agency Informant. Aired 4-4:30a ET
• Death Toll Resches 94 as Teams Continue Searching Rubble; Wildfires Burn Area Four Times the Size of New York City; California Drought Leaves Some Without Running Water; Surrendering Afghan Commandos Gunned Down by Taliban; Military Deployed in South Africa as Ex-Leader Zuma Jailed and Looting Spreads; Racist Abuse Aimed at England Players After Final Loss. Aired 4:30-5a ET
• Texas Democrats Leave State to Block GOP's Restrictive Voting Bills; FDA Adds Warning of Rare Nerve Syndrome Linked to J&J Vaccine; Unrest Rocks Multiple Countries after Protests and an Assassination. Aired 10-10:30a ET
• Growing Debate over Local Vaccine Mandates as Delta, Other Variants Spread across U.S.; Western U.S. Wildfires Burn Area Four Times the Size of New York City. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• Biden to Condemn Authoritarian and Anti-American Voter Restrictions; California Loosens Tough School Mask Rules, Hours after Announcement; Ex-U.S. Informants Among Suspects in Presidential Assassination. Aired 1-1:30p ET
• Texas Democrats Leave State; Garnet Coleman is Interviewed about the Texas Voting Bills; Biden Delivers Voting Rights Speech; Debate over Booster Shots; Dr. Jay Varkey is Interviewed about the Vaccine. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• Wild Chase After Haiti's President's Assassination; New Book on Trump White House; Fire Kills At Least 70 at Iraqi Hospital. Aired 9:30-10a ET.
• President Biden Delivers Speech on Voting Rights. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• Biden Says 21st Century Jim Crow Assault Is Real; California Reverses Rules About Masks in Classrooms; Nearly 1.3 Million Bookings for COVID Vaccine After Macron's Speech; Democrat and GOP Stalemate Hold Up Capitol Police Funding; Inflation Hits 13-Year High, Fueled by Higher Gas Prices. Aired 3:30-4p ET.
• CNN Exclusive: Wild Chase Followed Assassination of Haiti's President; Taliban Execute 22 Afghan Commandos as They Surrender; Michigan Judge Grills Lawyers on Election Fraud Claims; Soon, Biden to Deliver Major Voting Rights Speech & Is it Time for GOP to Get Behind Federal Voting Legislation?; 67 Large Fires Currently Burning Across 13 States; U.S. Consumer Prices Hitting 13-Year High. Aired 1:30-2p ET
• Rep. Albio Sires (D-NJ) Discusses Anti-Government Protests In Cuba, Protests In U.S. In Support Of Cuban People, Cuban Minister Of Foreign Affairs' Tweet Suggesting U.S. Behind Subversion In Cuba; Michigan Judge Grills Lawyers On Election Fraud Claims; Damning New Book Chronicles Election Night 2020 In At Rump White House; Biden Speaks In Philadelphia On Voting Rights. Aired 2:30-3p ET
• Several States Resisting Vaccine Mandates; Interview With State Rep. Michelle Beckley (D-TX); President Biden To Deliver Speech On Voting Rights. Aired 2-2:30p ET


July 12, 2021
• Italy Win Championship; Billionaire Space Traveler Recounts Groundbreaking Journey; Afghan Refugee Family Stranded at Istanbul Airport; Tokyo Enters New COVID Emergency with Olympics in 11 Days; Rare Displays of Anger in Cuba Over COVID Response, Economic Woes. Aired 12-12:45a ET
• Italy Win Championship After Beating England on Penalties; billionaire Richard Branson Successfully Rockets into Space; Audio Statement Posted at First Lady's Twitter Account; Italian Team Returns Home after Winning Euro 2020 Title; Tokyo Enters New COVID Emergency with Olympics in 11 Days; Rare Displays of Anger over COVID Response, Economic Woes in Cuba. Aired 1-2a ET
• Italy Wins Over England to Claim Euro 2020 Title; Novak Djokovic Wins 20th Grand Slam Title at Wimbledon; Cubans Protest Against Government; Richard Branson's Virgin Galactic's Successful Flight on the Edge of Space; Racist Abuse Against England's Players in Euro 2020; Football Assn: Appalled At Racist Abuse Of England Players; PM Johnson Condemns Racial Abuse Of Players; California Sweltering Under Triple-Digit Temps. Aired 2-3a ET
• Italians Bringing Home the Euro 2020 Victory; Fans Celebrated in Italy; Richard Branson Touching the Space; Cubans Protested Over Poor Economy and Pandemic Fatigue; Pfizer Pushing for a Third Booster; Israel Gives Green Light for a Third Vaccine Shot; Former President Donald Trump Pushes False Election Claims at CPAC in Texas; Audio Statement Posted to First Lady's Twitter Account; Celebrations Amid Brexit Tensions; Extreme Heat Grips Western United States. Aired 3-4a ET
• Italy Win Championship After Beating England on Penalties; Racist Comments Toward England Players Investigated; Italian Fans Euphoric Over Championship Win; Billionaire Richard Branson Successfully Rockets Into Space; Pfizer to Brief U.S. Officials on Vaccine Boosters; Progress in Recovery Efforts as Death Toll Rises to 90; 24 Millions in Western States Under Heat Alert. Aired 4-4:30a ET
• Trump Winds Straw Poll with Hugely Supportive CPAC Crowd; Man Accused of Recruiting Haiti's President's Assassins Arrested; Former Jordon Royal Court Chief Sentenced to 15 Years; Twelfth Parades to Kick Off Soon in Northern Ireland; Pope Makes First Appearance Since Colon Surgery; Djokovic Wins Record-Tying 20th Grand Slam Title. Aired 4:30-5a ET
• Expert Warns U.S. Could See Surprising Amount of COVID Deaths as Cases Surge in U.S. Hot Spots; Trump's Lies, Conspiracies in Spotlight at CPAC. Aired 10-10:30a ET
• Rate of New Infections Surge; Pfizer Briefs Officials on Booster; More than 18 Million Under Heat Alerts; Biden's Plans to Reduce Gun Violence; Clyburn Pleads with Biden. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• Top U.S General in Afghanistan Stepping Down amid Troop Withdrawal; Texas GOP Pushing Legislative Voting Bill at Special Session; FBI Rules Out Threat to MLB All-Star Game after Weapons Found in Hotel. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• Thousands Protest in Cuba; Arrest in Haitian President's Murder; New Era of Space Tourism; England Players Hit with Racist Abuse; Bucks Beat Suns. Aired 9:30-10a ET.
• Protests in Cuba; Texas Democrats Leave State to Block Voting Restrictions; Republicans' Anti-Vaccine Stance; Delta Variant Threat. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• Heat Wave; Texas Democrats Leaving State to Block Voting Restrictions; Interview With Little Rock, Arkansas, Mayor Frank Scott Jr.; FDA Investigating Rare Vaccine Risk. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• Growing Alarm as Cases Surge in Low-Vaccination Areas; Cubans Demand Freedom, Protests Regime amid Economic Crisis; Trump's Big Lie Takes Center Stage at Conservative Conference. Aired 1-1:30p ET
• Texas Man Charged with Illegal Voting Faces 40 Years; Suspect Arrested in Haiti Assassination Planned to Take Power; Biden Meets with Attorney General and Local Leaders on Gun Violence; Interview with Eric Adams, (D) New York City Mayoral Candidate, White House Meeting on Rising Crime. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• Extreme Heat in Western U.S. Causing Drought, Wildfires; Biden Tackles Spike in Gun Crimes After 125 Killed This Weekend; Mother Mourns Teen Daughter Who Was Kidnapped, Fatally Shot; Long-Standing Government Distrust Hurting U.S. Vaccination Push; Poll: American Optimism at 13-Year High; Biden Speaks After Meeting on Gun Violence; Biden Comments on Massive Anti-Communism Protests in Cuba; Biden "Closely Following" Haiti Assassination Case. Aired 1:30-2p ET
• Biden Meets With A.G., Local Leaders On Reducing Gun Violence; London Metropolitan Police Investigate Several England Players Racially Abused After Euro 2020 Loss; Space Tourism Raises Climate Questions; FDA Investigates Possibility J&J Vaccine Raises Risk Of Rare Autoimmune Syndrome. Aired 2:30-3p ET


July 11, 2021
• Haiti In Crisis; Ethiopian Elections; Sydney Under Lockdown; Tokyo Bans Olympic Spectators; Euro 2020 Final; Wimbledon Championship; Branson Set For Historic Space Plane Flight; American Tourists Back In Paris. Aired 12-1a ET
• Delta Variant Cases Spike In U.S.; Seoul Just Short Of Full Lockdown; Haiti In Crisis; War In Afghanistan; Branson Set For Historic Space Plane Flight; Charlottesville Removes Confederate Statues; Surfside Condo Tragedy; Extreme Weather In Western U.S.; Euro 2020 Final; Argentina Win Copa America. Aired 2-3a ET
• Less Than Half Of U.S. Vaccinated; Delta Variant Cases Spike In U.S.; Dutch Set Restrictions On Public Gathering Places; Branson Set For Historic Space Plane Flight; Haiti In Crisis; Euro 2020 Final; Argentina Win Copa America; The Big Lie Looms Over CPAC; Belgium To Return Art To DRC; Extreme Weather In Western U.S. Aired 3-4a ET
• Branson Set For Historic Space Plane Flight; Haiti In Crisis; Delta Variant Cases Spike In U.S.; Tokyo Bans Olympic Spectators; Euro 2020 Final; Argentina Win Copa America; Surfside Condo Tragedy; Charlottesville Removes Confederate Statues; Extreme Weather In Western U.S. Aired 4-5a ET
• Branson Set For Historic Space Plane Flight; Delta Variant Cases Spike In U.S.; Less Than Half Of U.S. Vaccinated; War In Afghanistan; Euro 2020 Final; Argentina Win Copa America; Surfside Condo Tragedy; Extreme Weather In Western U.S.; Pope Francis Recovers; Belgium To Return Art To DRC. Aired 5-6a ET
• Branson Lands Back On Earth After Touching Edge Of Space; U.S. Officials Make Vaccination Push As Delta Variant Fuels Case Surge; Confirmed Death Toll Rises To 90 In Surfside; Officials: Haiti's Wounded First Lady Speaks Out. Aired 2-3p ET
• Richard Branson And Virgin Galactic's Successful Travel To The Edge Of Space; CPAC Audience Cheers To Failed Vaccine Goals Of Biden Administration; HBO Documentary "Catch And Kill: The Podcast Tapes" By Ronan Farrow; Donald Trump Criticizes Biden At CPAC In Texas; Anti- Government Protest Breaks Out In Cuba; Novak Djokovic Wins Wimbledon; Historic Surge Of Earnings Of American Companies; CNN Original Series "History Of The Sitcom." Aired 5-6p ET
• Branson Safely Lands After Touching Edge Of Space; Branson Holds Press Conference After Successful Space Flight. Aired 1-2p ET
• Billionaire Branson Reaches Space On Rocket-Powered Plane; Culture Wars, Big Lie Take Center Stage At CPAC; Trump Sues Facebook, Google And Twitter Over Bans; CNN Original Series Premieres "History Of Sitcom" Tonight. Aired 4-5p ET
• Richard Branson Lands Back On Earth After Touching Edge Of Space; Donald Trump To Speak At CPAC; Unrelenting Heat Wave Engulfing Western U.S. Aired 3-4p ET
• Highly Contagious Delta Variant Tightens Grip On U.S.; Confirmed Death Toll In South Florida Rises To 90; Billionaire Branson Successfully Rockets Into Space; Trump's Election Lies Loom Large Over CPAC Agenda; Americans Struggle To Afford Rising Cost Of Child Care. Aired 7-8p ET
• Trump Rails Against "Rigged Election" in CPAC Speech; 30 Million Americans Under Excessive Heat Alerts; Interview with Representative John Curtis (R-UT) about Climate Change; CNN Gets a Close-Up Look at Some Iconic Sitcom Locations. Aired 6-7p ET
• Trump Headlines CPAC, Keeping Firm Grip on GOP; Trump's Election Lies Loom Large Over CPAC Agenda; Interview with Representative Debbie Dingell (D-MI) about Trump's Appearance at CPAC; Travis Flores Still Gets COVID-19 Despite Being Doubly Vaccinated; Richard Branson Travels to the Edge of Space and Back; Idaho Councilman Says He Can't Rent as Prices Soar; Vaccinated American Tourists Return to Paris; Eight-Part Series Features the History of Sitcoms. Aired 8-9p ET


July 10, 2021
• Colombian Veterans among Suspects in Moise Assassination; War in Afghanistan; Delta Variant Causing COVID-19 Surge across Asia. Aired 12-12:15a ET
• CDC, FDA Say No Booster Yet; Delta Variant Causing COVID-19 Surge across Asia; Colombian Veterans among Suspects in Moise Assassination; Haiti in Crisis; War in Afghanistan; Tokyo Olympics Organizers Pushing Ahead with Games; Bangladesh Juice Factory Fire Kills 52; United Ireland Prospect Edges Closer; U.S. Presses Russia to Go After Ransomware Groups; Florida Condo Collapse Death Toll at 79; Richard Branson to Conduct Historic Space Plane Flight. Aired 2-3a ET
• Spread of Delta Variant of COVID-19 Causing Outbreaks across U.S., Especially in Low Vaccinated Areas; Missouri Health Administrator Discusses Rapid Increase in Hospitalizations and Ventilator Use Due to Spike in Coronavirus Cases; Confederate Statues of Robert E. Lee and General Stonewall Jackson Taken Down In Charlottesville, Virginia. Aired 10-11a ET
• CDC, FDA Say No Booster Yet; Delta Variant Causing COVID-19 Surge across Asia; Haiti in Crisis; Critics Slam Hungary's New Law as Homophobic; War in Afghanistan; U.S. Presses Russia to Go After Ransomware Groups; Florida Condo Collapse Death Toll at 79; Excessive Heat in Western U.S.; Richard Branson to Conduct Historic Space Plane Flight. Aired 3-4a ET
• CDC, FDA Say No Booster Yet; Delta Variant Causing COVID-19 Surge across Asia; Haiti in Crisis; War in Afghanistan; U.S. Capitol Insurrection Riot Footage; North Korea Refusing AZ Shot; American Tourists Back in Paris; United Ireland Prospect Edges Closer; Excessive Heat in Western U.S. Aired 4-5a ET
• CDC, FDA Say No Booster Yet; Delta Variant Causing COVID-19 Surge Across Asia; Haiti In Crisis; U.S. Capitol Insurrection Riot Footage; U.S. Presses Russia To Go After Ransomware Groups; North Korea Refusing AZ Shot; Tokyo Olympics Organizers Pushing Ahead With Games; Florida Condo Collapse Death Toll At 79; Excessive Heat In Western U.S. Aired 5-6a ET
• Twenty-Seven States Report A Rise In Cases As Delta Variant Spreads; Updated CDC School Guidance Prioritizes In-Person Learning; Dr. Fauci: Children Should Return To In-Person Learning In Fall; PA GOP Lawmakers Pushes For New State Election Audit; Spectators Banned From Tokyo Amid COVID State Of Emergency; Sprinter Sha'Carri Richardson Left Off U.S. Olympic Team; DOJ Releases Video Of January 6th Police-Dragging Attack; U.S. Launches Investigation Into Native American Children's Remains Found At Boarding Schools. Aired 12-1p ET
• Two Confederate Statues Removed Today In Charlottesville; Twenty-Sevne States Report A Rise In Cases As Delta Variant Spreads; Updated CDC School Guidance Prioritizes In-Person Learning; Surfside Death Toll Mounts As Search Enters 17th Day; Chaos Intensifies In Haiti After President's Assassination; Fence Comes Down Amid Growing Security Concerns At Capitol; Gas Prices Soar Above $3, Highest Since 2014; Western States Face Possible All-Time Record Heat. Aired 11a-12p ET
• Spread Of Delta Variant Causing Outbreaks Across U.S., Especially In Low Vaccinated Areas; President Biden Honors Sandra Lindsay Who Was First To Receive COVID-19 Vaccine In U.S. Outside Clinical Trial; Taliban Taking Territory Rapidly In Afghanistan As U.S. Military Completes Withdraw; Billionaire Richard Branson To Attempt Flight Into Space; Confederate Statues Of Robert E. Lee And General Stonewall Jackson Taken Down In Charlottesville, Virginia; President Of Haiti Assassinated. Aired 2-3p ET
• Interview With Gov. Steve Sisolak (D-NV); Arkansas Governor: Unvaccinated Are Leading To New Hospitalizations; Charlottesville Removes Two Confederate Statues As Onlookers Cheer; Texas State Republicans Resume Push For Voting Restrictions; Surfside Death Toll Mounts As Search Enters 17th Day; Jimmy And Rosalynn Carter Celebrate 75 Years Of Marriage; Hunter Biden's Art Debut Raises Ethical Concerns; Delta Variant Ripping Through South Africa, Causing Third Wave. Aired 1-2p ET
• Eighty-Six Confirmed Dead In Condo Collapse, 43 Unaccounted For; Residents Get 15 Minutes To Grab Essentials From Evacuated Building; How Trump Is Pretending He's Still The President; The Legacy Of Former A.G. Bill Barr; Trump's Election Lies Loom Large Over CPAC Agenda; Dr. Fauci Says Pfizer Apologized To Him For Surprise COVID Vaccine Booster Announcement. Aired 3-4p ET
• Dr. Fauci: Take Vaccine Booster Advice From CDC & FDA, Not Pfizer; Billionaire Branson Set For Space Launch In Less Than 24 Hours; Astrophysicist Neil deGrasse Tyson Discusses Billionaire Branson's Space Launch In Less Than 24 Hours, Possibilities Of UFOs; Haiti In Turmoil As Police Hunt President's Killers; Must-See Canyons Of Arizona In CNN's "Off The Beaten Path". Aired 4-5p ET
• U.S. Sees Four Straight Days Of 20,000 New COVID-19 Cases; Billionaire Richard Branson Set To Launch Into Space Tomorrow; Joe Biden Presses Vladimir Putin To Act On Ransomware Attacks; Biden Vaccine Push Goes Door-To-Door As Partisan Gap Widens; Interview With Rep. Michael Burgess (R-TX); Justice Department: Trump's Lies That He'll Be Reinstated As President Could Lead To More Violence By Supporters. Aired 6-7p ET
• Maryland Lands On The Top 10 States With Fewest New Infections; Delta Variant Causing COVID Surges In Europe And Asia; Confederate Statues Removed In Charlottesville; Biden Looks For Progress On Russia; Joe Biden To Deliver Major Voting Rights Speech On Tuesday; Record Heat Wave Plagues Western USA; Growing Demand Drives U.S. Gas Prices Past $3.00 A Gallon. Aired 7-8p ET
• Cases Of Delta Variant Surge In Areas Of Low Vaccination Rates As Right-Wing Media Spreads Anti-Vaccine Rhetoric; ESPN Removes Reporter From NBA Finals After Leaked Audio; Tokyo Olympics Banning Spectators Amid Rising COVID Cases; "Washington Post:" U.S. Swimmer Michael Andrew Will Remain Unvaccinated For Olympic Games In Tokyo; Residents Get 15 Minutes To Grab Essentials From Evicted Building; 300-Million-Plus Under Alert With Temps Up To 130 Degrees. Aired 5-6p ET
• U.S. Sees Four Straight Days Of 20,000 New COVID-19 Cases; Trump To Headline CPAC In Dallas Tomorrow; Billionaire Richard Branson Set To Launch Into Space Tomorrow; FBI, DHS To Help Investigate Assassination Of Haiti's President; Danny Bonaduce On Filming "The Partridge Family." Aired 8-9p ET


July 09, 2021
• Pfizer Pushing for a Third Booster; Hard Headed People Putting Everyone at Risk; Haitian Authorities Arrest Suspects in Moise's Assassination; Pulling U.S. Troops is the Right Move; Afghan Interpreter Fear for His Life; Africa Suffers Worst Week Since Outbreak Began; South Africa's Health System Pushed To The Breaking Point; Sydney Toughens Lockdown As Delta Variant Spreads; Seoul To Raise Distancing Measures To Highest Level; Tokyo Olympics Spectators Barred From Events; Florida Condo Recovery Mission; Texas Republican Push For Voting Restriction Bill; New BTS Permission To Dance Single; Naomi Osaka Speaks Out In Time Magazine Op-Ed. Aired 3-4a ET
• Police Say 26 Colombians, 2 Haitian-Americans Involved in Assassination of Haiti's President; South Africa's Health System Pushed to the Breaking Point; Spectators Barred from Tokyo Events as COVID Cases Rise; U.S. to Investigate Indigenous Children's Remains, Schools; Singapore Develops Road Map for New Normal. Aired 12-12:45a ET
• Delta Variant is Causing Surge in Cases Around the World; Arrests Have Been Made in Haiti's Presidential Assassination; President Joe Biden Defends U.S. Withdrawal Despite Taliban Gains; Olympics Spectators Barred From Tokyo Venues; Spectators Barred From Tokyo Events As COVID Cases Rise; Tennis Star Osaka Makes Appeal In Time Magazine; U.S. To Investigate Indigenous Children's Remains, Schools. Aired 2-3a ET
• Haiti Assassination Suspects Arrested; Biden Defends U.S. Withdrawal Despite Taliban Gains; COVID Overwhelms South Africa Hospital; Spectators Barred from Tokyo Events as COVID Cases Rise; Haiti: Two Men Claim to Be Country's Prime Minister; WeChat Deletes Dozens of LGBTQ & Feminist Accounts; Singapore Eyes Ring-Fencing Strategy as Variants Spread. Aired 1-2a ET
• Africa Suffers Worst Week Since Outbreak Began; Sydney Toughens Lockdown as Delta Variant Spreads; Journey to Olympics Amid COVID Filled with Logistical Hurdles; Man Lost Both Parents in Surfside Condo Collapse. Aired 4:30-5a ET
• Pfizer To Seek Emergency FDA Authorization For Booster Shot; Delta Variant Driving Rise In Infection Rates Across U.S.; At Least 17 Foreign Nationals Arrested In Haiti; Biden Defends U.S. Withdrawal Despite Taliban Gains; Flooding Hits N.Y.C,; Roads, Subway Stations Impacted. Aired 4-4:30a ET
• Pfizer Says it's Time for COVID Booster Shots, CDC and FDA Say No; Culture Wars, Big Lie Take Center Stage at CPAC Convention; Biden Defends Pulling U.S. Out of Afghanistan as Taliban Advance. Aired 10- 10:30a ET
• Richard Branson Heads to Space Sunday on Rocket-Powered Plane; Olympic Hurdles, No Fans, State of Emergency, Rising Infection; 14- Year-Old Girl is First African-American to Win National Spelling Bee. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• Confusion over Booster Shots; Heavy Rain Floods NYC Subway; Heat Advisories in the West; GOP Adviser Tried to Improve Greene's Reputation. Aired 9-9:30a ET.
• Biden Defends Pulling out of Afghanistan; Crews Work to Recover Victims; Gas Prices Hit 7-Year High; Suns Take 2-0 Finals Lead. Aired 9:30-10a ET.
• Florida Recovery Efforts; Haiti Assassination Investigation; New CDC School Guidance; President Biden Delivers Remarks on Economy. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• Heat Wave; New CDC School Guidance; Texas Pushes Voting Restrictions; Could Trump's Election Claims Lead to More Violence?; Capitol Police Face Funding Crunch. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• Pfizer Sparks Vaccine Confusion with Statement Warning of Waning Immunity, Need for Boosters; Another Heat Wave Set to Scorch Western U.S. this Weekend; CPAC Rallies around Trump, Culture Wars, the Big Lie. Aired 1-1:30p ET
• 30 Million+ Under Alert as Western Temps Expected to Near 120; Lake Mead's Plunging Water Level Hurting Power Production; Excessive Heat Warnings in Effect in Much of the Western U.S.; CDC Issues New Guidance for Reopening Schools in the Fall; CDC: Schools Should Prioritize In-Person Learning; CDC Updates School Guidance as Fall Semester Nears; TN Lawmakers Threatened to Defund State Health Dept Over Child Vaccine Ad; Suspect Arrested in Triple Murder at Georgia Gold Club; Police: Man Charged with Killing Gene Sillers, 2 Others, Had No Apparent Relationship with Golf Pro; Florida's Python-Hunting Contest Starts Today; 100+ Kids in Foster Care Had Wishes Granted After Online Post; Go to CNNHeroes.com to Learn More or Nominate Your Own Hero; NC Man Facing 40 Charges After His Cobra Escaped into Neighborhood; FL Offering Cash Prizes for Most Pythons Killed During Contest. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• CPAC Rallies Around Trump, Culture Wars, The Big Lie; McCarthy Struggles to Keep Congressional Members in Check; Death Toll Jumps in Florida Condo Collapse; CNN Tours Champlain Towers North Amid Collapse Investigation; Suspect Arrested in Triple Homicide at Georgia Golf Club; 2 Americans Arrested in Haiti Assassination; Biden Delivers Remarks on State of Economy. Aired 1:30-2p ET
• Sources: White House Helped Form Ethics Agreement with Art Gallery Selling Hunter Biden's Paintings; Former Ethics Czar: We Need a Government Ethics Renaissance; Billionaire Branson Ready for Sunday Space Trip; 1st Black American Wins National Spelling Bee. Aired 2:30- 3p ET


July 08, 2021
• Haiti Ambassador: Police Kill Four Suspects, Arrest Two Connected To Assassination Of President Jovenel Moise; England Top Denmark, Will Face Italy In Sunday Final; Overwhelmed Indonesian Hispitals Face Oxygen Shortages; Growing Resistance Movement Training for Civil War in Myanmar; Belgium to Return Art to Democratic Republic of Congo. Aired 12-12:45a ET
• Haitian President Assassinated In Brazen Attack; Rescue Efforts Transition To Recovery Operation; Former South African President Jacob Zuma In Custody; Fire at Dubai Port Brought Under Control; Trump Sues Tech Giants, Alleges Censorship; ESPN Pulls Reporter from NBA Finals after Leaked Audio. Aired 2-3a ET
• Haiti Under State of Siege; Japan to Enter Another State of Emergency; House Waits for Kevin McCarthy's Choice; Former POTUS Going Against Big Tech Companies; Former South Africa's President Now Behind Bars; The World is Far from Seeing the End of the Tunnel; Coronavirus In The United States, New Cases In Past Week Versus Previous Week; Coronavirus Pandemic In The Age Of Telemedicine; Taliban Push For Control In War In Afghanistan; 18,000 Translators Need Relocation After U.S. Withdrawal; Suspected Homophobic Attack Sparks Protests; Explosion And Fire Rattle Port Of Dubai; Contingency Plan Of The Gates Foundation; Conquering Frontiers, First Female Astronaut, Nora Al Matrooshi; Tight-rope Walkers Set World Record In Sweden. Aired 3-4a ET
• Rescue Effort Transition To Recovery Operation; Investigation Underway Into Haitian President's Killing; Global COVID-19 Deaths Surpass Four Million; Tropical Storm Elsa, Warning in Effect for North Carolina, mid-Atlantic. Aired 4-4:30a ET
• Russians Suspected in Two Massive Cyberattacks; Growing Myanmar Resistance Movement Training for Civil War; Scientists, Doctors Slam UK's Plans to End Most Measures; Japan Declares State of Emergency in Tokyo. Aired 4:30-5a ET
• New Developments on the Hunt for Moise's Assassins; New COVID Milestone; England Reaches First Football Final in Over 50 Years; IOC President Arrives Tokyo Ahead of Games; War in Afghanistan; Afghan Translators Now Targets of the Taliban; Saving Seahorses from Bottom Trawling; Rescue Efforts Transition to Recovery Operation; Container Ship that Blocked Suez Canal Resumes Journey. Aired 1-2a ET
• Spears' Mom asks Judge to let her Choose Lawyer; Keeping the Insurrection Probe from Becoming a Spectacle; Rep. Stephanie Murphy (D-FL) is Interviewed about the House Select Committee; Suspects Killed and Captured in Hattian President's Assassination; No Spectators for Olympics; Five Clusters with High Rates in U.S. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• TX Gov. Abbott Will Convene Special Legislative Session as State GOP Will Try to Pass Restrictive New Voting Law; Democratic Leaders in PA Are Vowing to Put Up a Fight After Trump Ally Announced Plan to Launch Investigation of the State's Presidential Election. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• Stocks Tumble on Delta Variant Fears; Texas Resumes Voting Restrictions Debate; Surfside Turns from Rescue to Recovery; Construction Industry Needs Workers. Aired 9:30-10a ET.
• 24 States See At Least 10 Percent Uptick in cases over Past week; Texas Republicans Push for State Voting Restrictions; More Victims Identified as Rescue Efforts Shift to Recovery. Aired 1-1:30p ET
• Texas Targets Voter Restrictions; President Biden Delivers Address on U.S. Troop Withdrawal From Afghanistan. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• Breaking News: 24 States Have Now Seen At Least a 10 Percent Uptick In New COVID Cases; Japanese P.M. Issued A Fourth Coronavirus State Of Emergency in Tokyo; Dems on Jan. 6 Committee Acknowledge That It May Be An Uphill Battle as Republicans Obstruct Other Legislative Efforts. Aired 10-10:30a ET
• 60 Confirmed Dead, 80 Missing as Search Shifts to Recovery; Soon, Biden to Address U.S. Troop Withdrawal as Taliban Makes Gains; White House: No "Mission Accomplished" Moment in Afghanistan; Scientists: Climate Change Will Cost More Lives; Las Vegas Could See Record-High Today; Stacy Davis Gates, Vice President, Chicago Teachers Union, Discusses Teachers Pushing for Vaccination Goal. Aired 1:30-2p ET
• Biden Addresses U.S. Military Withdrawal from Afghanistan; Energy Secretary Jennifer Granholm Discusses Record Heat Plaguing Pacific Northwest, Droughts & Cyberattacks on Power Grids, Ransomware; 60 Confirmed Dead, 80 Missing as Search in Surfside Shifts to Recovery. Aired 2:30-3p ET
• Legal Experts: Trump's Big Tech Lawsuits Are Likely Doomed; Rudy Giuliani Barred From Practicing Law in Washington, DC; Rudy Giuliani's Law License Suspended in DC & New York; New Book Condemns Bill Barr for Corrupting Justice Department; Delta Variant Now More Than Half of All New U.S. Infections; Experts: Clusters Could Become Breeding Ground, Extend Pandemic; Researchers Identify 5 Undervaccinated Clusters in U.S.; Experts: Undervaccinated Clusters Put Entire U.S. at Risk; Dr. Wen: Biden Must Make The Case For Vaccine Requirements; Boot: Members of Congress, Right-Wing Media Fuel Fear and Distrust; 24 States See at Least 10% Uptick in Cases Over Past Week; Virologists Predict Three Likely Pandemic Outcomes; Britney Spears' Mom Files Petition in Conservatorship Case; Britney Spears' Mom Asks Judge to Let Daughter Pick Lawyer; Britney Spears' Manager, Lawyer Resign After Hearing; Spears' Co-Conservatorship Requests More Security Amid Death Threats; DOW Takes A Hit Over Delta Variant Fears; Stock Tumble as Fears Grow Over Delta Variant. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• Michael Avenatti Headed to Prison; Tokyo Olympics Bans Spectators; Interview with State Rep. Armando Martinez (D-TX); Texas Targets Voter Restrictions; Surfside Recovery Effort Continues. Aired 3-3:30p ET


July 07, 2021
• Official: Prison With 7,000 Detainees Left "Vulnerable"; Biden Urges Vaccinations As Delta Variant Spreads; England Presses On With Reopening Despite Surge In Cases; Anger, Frustration and Despair as Economy Collapses in Lebanon; Cannes Film Festival Returns with COVID Precautions; Study: Four-Day Work Week Benefits Employees. Aired 12- 12:45a ET
• Tropical Storm Elsa Headed to Florida; President Biden Ask Americans to Get the Vaccine; Taliban Forces Gaining More Control in Afghanistan; Law Enforcement Warns a Repeat of the January 6 Riot; Governor Cuomo Promise to Sign Gun Reform Laws; Millions Brace For Impact Of Tropical Strom Elsa; Florida Condo Collapse Crew Battle For Bad Weather; England To Ditch Self-Isolation For Fully Vaccinated; Prize-Winning Journalist Chooses Howard Over UNC; Grappling With Racism In The United States; Richardson Won't Compete In Tokyo Olympics; Euro 2020, Italy To Face Winner Of England Vs. Denmark In Final. Aired 3-4a ET
• Tracking Tropical Storm Elsa; New Videos Of U.S. Capitol Riot; Movie Stars Return To Cannes Red Carpet; Bolsonaro Facing Probe over Corruption Allegations; Didi Shares Plunge after Ban from China's App Store; Study Shows Workers Happier, Productivity Same or Higher. Aired 2-3a ET
• W.H.O. Chief: World Facing "Two-Track Pandemic"; U.S. Central Command: Withdrawal More than 90 Percent Complete; Italy to Face Winner of England Versus Denmark in Final; Bolsonaro Facing Probe Over Corruption Allegations; E.U. in Vaccination Race Against COVID Variant; Vaccine Hesitancy Poses Risk to Japan's Vaccine Rollout; Former Afghan Translator Faces Deportation from U.S.; More Bodies Discovered in Rubble, Death Toll Now at 36; Cannes Film Festival Returns. Aired 1-2a ET
• FBI Infiltrates Bible Study Group that Wanted to Build and Test Bombs, Surveil Capitol, Secede from U.S.; Haitian President Assassinated During Attack at Home; Biden Meeting with Key Administration Leaders on Deterring Ransomware Attacks. Aired 10- 10:30a ET
• CDC Says, Delta Variant Now Makes Up More Than Half of New U.S. Cases; Book Says, Trump Told John Kelly That Hitler Did a Lot of Good Things; Two Injured in Rocket Attacks on Iraq Air Base Housing U.S. Troops. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• FBI Releases Dramatic Videos from January 6 Riot; Former Afghan Translator Faces Deportation from U.S.; Container Ship That Blocked the Suez Canal Finally Set to Sail. Aired 4:30-5a ET
• Elsa Nears Landfall on Florida's Gulf Coast; FBI Infiltrated Bible Study Group; Haitian President Assassinated; McCarthy to Put Members on Jan. 6 Committee; Search and Rescue Continues in Florida. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• Ten More Victims Found in Surfside, Death Toll Now 46; CNN Reports, McCarthy Plans to Put Republicans on January 6 Committee; Officials Say, All June COVID Deaths in Maryland Were Unvaccinated People. Aired 1-1:30p ET
• Florida Condo Death Toll Rises to 46; Haiti's President Assassinated; Tropical Storm Elsa Hits Florida; House GOP Leader to Appoint Picks to Insurrection Committee. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• Delta Variant Now Half of New Cases; Vaccination Progress Stalls; Adams Projected to Win NYC Primary. Aired 9:30-10a ET.
• Demographics of COVID Vaccinations; President Biden Delivers Address on Economic Proposals. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• Tropical Storm Elsa; Florida Condo Collapse; U.S. Politics; U.S. Gun Violence; U.S. Capitol Siege; War in Afghanistan; Coronavirus Pandemic. Aired 4-4:30a ET.
• As Vaccination Progress Stalls, Disparities Remain Between Vaccinated And Unvaccinated People; New CNN Analysis Break Down Makeup Of 33% Unvaccinated in U.S.; CNN Analysis: Groups Hit Hardest By COVID Are Getting Fewer Vaccines; GA Rep. Proves Her Apology For Holocaust Comparisons Meant Nothing; Trump Reportedly Said, "Hitler Did A Lot Of Good Things" on 2018 Trip; TX GOP Rep.: "18 More Months Of Chaos" Is What We Want; GOP Senator Ron Johnson Says Climate Change is BS; FAA Will Look Into Flight Delayed By Anti-Mask High Schoolers; Tour Organizer: Students Who Delayed Flight Over Mask Mandate Were Treated "Overly Harsh"; Tropical Storm Elsa Poses Threat to Entire East Coast; "History of Sitcom" Premieres Sunday at 9P and 10P ET/PT. Aired 3:30- 4p ET
• Sprinter Sha'Carri Richardson Left Off U.S. Olympic Roster; Afghans Who Helped U.S. Now Fear Taliban's Wrath; Denver Zoo Vaccinating Animals Against COVID-19. Aired 1:30-2p ET
• Biden Says He'll Take Any Message Directly To Putin On Latest Hacking; 150-Plus Campers, Adults Infected In Texas Church Camp Outbreak; Biden Pushes Investments In "Human Infrastructure," Clean Energy. Aired 2:30-3p ET


July 06, 2021
• Afghan Forces Assess Key Air Base After U.S. Withdrawal; U.S. Withdrawal Stokes Fears Of Taliban Rise To Power; Russian COVID Cases Hit Record High; Heavy Rain And Strong Winds As Elsa Slams Cuba; How Criminal Hackers Target Businesses In Cyberattacks. Aired 12-12:45a ET
• Tropical Storm Elsa Threatens Condo Rescue; England Plans To Lift COVID Restrictions; 400+ Shootings In U.S. Over Holiday Weekend; Hong Kong Police Say, Six Students Arrested in Local Terrorism Plot; Demolition Allows Teams to Search in New Areas; At Least 150 Killed, 400-Plus Shootings over Holiday Weekend. Aired 2-3a ET
• Biden Administration Fell Short of the 70 Percent Herd Immunity; Doctors Play a Great Role in Convincing Skeptics; WHO Warns Countries to Slow Down in Lifting Restrictions; Tropical Storm Elsa Now Heads to Southern U.S.; Hong Kong Police Arrested High School Students; Russian Regional Passenger Plane Missing; About 1,000 Afghan Troops Flee To Tajikistan; U.S. Withdrawal Stokes Fears Of Taliban Rise To Power; U.S. Seeking Safe Haven For Afghan Translators; Kidnapping In Nigeria, Gunmen Raid Schools; Four Dead In Japan Mudslide; NHL Honors Mattis Kivlenieks; Gun Violence In America; Remembering Richard Donner, Dead At 91; Pope Francis Recovering From Surgery; CDC Ad Warning Goes Viral; Man Bitten By A Snake In The Bathroom. Aired 3-4a ET
• England Lifting COVID Rules; Afghan Troops Flee Taliban; Tropical Storm Threatens Search; Four Dead, 24 Unaccounted for Amid Search for Survivors; Indonesia May Reach 40,000 New Cases Daily; Concerns for Unvaccinated Children amid Variant Spread; HK Police: Six Students Arrested in Local Terrorism Plot; How Criminal Hackers Target Businesses in Cyberattacks; Afghan Women's Rights Under Threat as U.S. Troops Withdraw. Aired 1-2a ET
• Florida Braces for Elsa's Impact; 2020 Documents Detail Urgent Need for Repairs; Demolition Allows Teams to Search in New Areas; Biden Touts Progress but Warns COVID Fight Isn't Over; England Plans to Lift Covid Restrictions on July19; Official: About 1,000 Afghan Troops Flee to Tajikistan; U.S. Updates Embassy Evacuation Plans Amid Rising Violence; U.S. Seeking Safe Haven for Afghan Translators. Aired 4-4:30a ET
• Radical Groups Clash with Police in Boston, Philadelphia; Experts: Extremists More Comfortable Appearing Publicly; At Least 150 Killed, 400 Plus Shooting Over Holiday Weekend; Hong Kong Police: Six Students Arrested in "Local Terrorism" Plot; Millions of Americans Hit the Road for the Holiday Weekend. Aired 4:30-5a ET
• Search of Surfside Rubble Grows More Urgent as Storm Threatens Downpours, Possible Tornadoes; Officials Give Update on Search and Rescue Efforts at Collapse Scene; Capitol Police Release Letter Highlighting Enhanced Security Measures after January 6 Attack. Aired 10-10:30a ET
• President Biden Expected to Brief the Country This Afternoon on the Fight Against the Pandemic; Officials in Japan Expect COVID Infections to Spike During the Olympic Games; As the U.S. Withdraws All Remaining Troops from Afghanistan, the Taliban Advances. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• Worry over COVID Cases Spiking; Drop in Pfizer Vaccine Protection in Israel; Hurricane Watches in Florida; Crews Find More Victims in Florida. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• Shootings Across the U.S.; Support for Bipartisan Infrastructure Plan; Ransomware Attack on Software Vendor. Aired 9:30- 10a ET.
• Elsa Targets Florida; Florida Search Efforts Continue; President Biden Renews Vaccination Push. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• Interview With Former Senior White House COVID Response Adviser Andy Slavitt; Elsa Targets Florida; President Biden Renews Vaccination Push. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• Pentagon Says Afghanistan Withdrawal Now 90% Complete; Concerns Grow Over Taliban Advances; Former Translator Risked Life for U.S. Troops But Faces Deportation; San Francisco's Tallest Residential Building is Sinking, Tilting; Cases, Hospitalizations Rise in Less- Vaccinated States as Contagious Delta Variant Rapidly Spreads. Aired 1:30-2p ET
• Florida Braces as Elsa Gains Strength; Washington Post Reports GOP Candidates Embrace Big Lie for 2022 Midterm Elections; Central Command Says U.S. Withdrawal from Afghanistan 90 Percent Complete; ESPN's Nichols Replaced for NBA Finals Sideline Reporting. Aired 3:30- 4p ET
• New Concerns about Capitol Safety 6 Months after Jan. 6th Attack; My Pillow Guy Touts August 13th for Trump Supporters to Go to Capitol; Rising Gas Prices Could Be a Potential Problem for Biden; Nikole Hannah-Jones Declines UNC Tenured Position and Will Join Howard University; Rashad Apoligized to Howard U. Students, Parents in Open Letter Over Bill Cosby; Police Release New Details in Murder of Golf Pro. Aired 2:30-3p ET
• Millions Under Watches, Warnings as Elsa Begins Battering South Florida. CDC Says, New Cases Almost Three Times Higher in States with Low Vaccinated Rates; Officials Say, Capitol Police Need Radical Restructure amid August Threat of Pro-Trump Violence. Aired 1-1:30p ET


July 05, 2021
• Three Dead, 113 Unaccounted for in Japan Landslide; Tigrayans in Desperate Need of Humanitarian Aid; At Least 50 Killed in Philippine Military Plane Crash; U.S. Software Firm Hit by 'Sophisticated Cyberattack'; British P.M. to Set Out Next Steps in England's Reopening Plan. Aired 12-12:45a ET
• Official: Three Dead, 113 Unaccounted for in Japan Landslide; British PM to Set Out Next Steps in England's Reopening Plan; U.S. Troop Withdrawal Raises Prospect of Civil War in Afghanistan; U.N. Describes Dire Hunger Crisis in Tigray Region; U.S. Software Firm Says Hit By "Sophisticated Cyberattack"; Billionaire Jeff Bezos Stepping Down as CEO; Pope Francis Recovering from Surgery for Colon Diverticulitis; Turkey Withdraws from Violence Against Women Treaty; Pollution from Sunken Ship Devastates Marine Life. Aired 1-2a ET
• Remainder of Partially Collapsed Florida Condo Demolished; Elsa Expected to Empact Florida Keys by Late Monday; Biden Shares Optimistic COVID Message on July 4th Holiday; U.K. COVID Cases Rising, Driven by Delta Variant; Official: Three Dead, Dozens Still Missing in Japan Landslide. Aired 4-4:30a ET
• Search and Rescue for Survivors of a Landslide in Atami City in Japan; Collapsed Condo in Florida Demolished; Storm Headed Towards Landfall to Cuba; U.S. Forces Pullout in Afghanistan as Taliban is on the Move; A Military Plane in the Philippines Crashes Killing 50; Pope Francis Underwent Colon Surgery; United Nation Warning of Famine in Tigray, Ethiopia; Former South African President Appeals 15-Month Prison Sentence; Coop Sweden Closed Due to Cyber-attacks; British PM To Set Out Next Steps In England's Reopening Plan; UK Official: Mask Wearing Will Become Personal Choice; More Than 64% Of UK's Adult Population Is Fully Vaccinated. Aired 2-3a ET
• Afghan Official: Thousands Flee Homes as Taliban Advance; U.S. in Final Stages of Completely Pulling Out Troops; China's Internet Watchdog Bans Didi from App Stores; U.N. Describes Dire Hunger Crisis in Tigray Region; Pope Francis Recovering from Surgery for Colon Diverticulitis. Aired 4:30-5a ET
• Search and Rescue Efforts Resume after rest of Surfside Condo Demolished; Trump Seemingly Admits Facts of Prosecutors' Case Against Trump Organization; U.S. Falls Short of Biden's Goal to Vaccinate 70 Percent of Adults by July 4. Aired 10-10:30a ET
• Champlain Tower Taken Down as Storm Approaches; Tropical Storm Elsa to Pass Cuba Before Hitting U.S.; Biden Missed Hitting Target Immunity Goal; Afghans Felt Scared as U.S. Troops Leaves; Landslide Killed Three in Atami, Japan; Families Desperate to See Missing Loved Ones; Philippine Air Force Plane Crash Killed 50; Americans Are Split on Many Issues; Poll Shows Joe Biden's Leadership; Jacob Zuma Upset with the Judge's Decision; England Soon to Get Rid of Restrictions; Pope Francis Back to Work. Aired 3-4a ET
• Search and Rescue Efforts Resume after Rest of Surfside Condo Demolished; Trump Seemingly Admits Facts of Prosecutors Case against Trump Org; Biden Warns Americans That Fight COVID is Not Over. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• Militia Group Faces Weapons, Conspiracy Charges After Highway Showdown; U.S. Sees Spike In Violent Crimes; 331 Mass Shootings This Year; Presidential Building In Miami: Beach Evacuated Out Of Caution; Afghan Flee To Major Cities As Taliban Advances Continue; Jeff Bezos Steps Down As Amazon CEO. Aired 9:30-10a ET
• Gunman at Large after Killing Golf Pro, Two Others; Track Star Sha'Carri Richardson Vows to be World Champ Next Year; Pope Francis Recovering in Hospital after Scheduled Surgery. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• Death Toll Rises to 27, Unaccounted for Now 118; Biden Pleads with Americans to Get Vaccinated as Variant Surges; Golf Pro, Two Others Found Dead at Georgia Golf Course. Aired 1-1:30p ET
• Trump Allies' Election Pressure; Pope Francis in Hospital; Holiday Travel Surges; Interview With Miami-Dade County, Florida, Mayor Daniella Levine Cava; Florida Collapse Site Braces For Storm. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• After 27 Years Jeff Bezos Stepping Down as CEO; Afghan Commander Promises to Retake Territory from Taliban; Massachusetts' Police Arrest Heavily Armed Militia; Chicago Mayor Disputes that Shootings and Murders Are the Rise. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• Golf Pro, 2 Others Found Dead at Georgia Golf Course; 11 Men Arrested after Hours-Long Standoff in Massachusetts; White Supremacist Group Marches Through Philadelphia; Security Concerns Grow Amid Escalating Violence in Afghanistan; Afghans Flee to Major Cities as Taliban Advances Continue; Jeff Bezos Steps Down as Amazon CEO; U.S. Sees Travel Surge Despite High Gas Prices, Variant Worries. Aired 1:30-2p ET
• Trump Appears to Admit Facts in Fraud Case Again Family Business; U.S. Races to Find Safe Haven for Afghans in Central Asia; Afghans Flee to Major Cities as Taliban Advances Continue; Cosby Lashes Out in Defense of Phylicia Rashad. Aired 2:30-3p ET
• COVID Cases Rising in Low Vaccination States; Florida Collapse Site Braces For Storm. Aired 3-3:30p ET


July 04, 2021
• Japan Mudslide Claims Two, 10 Rescued, 20 Still Missing; Thousands Protest Bolsonaro's Handling Of COVID-19; U.S. Updates Emergency Evacuation Plans For Kabul Embassy; Children Killed By Shelling In Idlib; Thieves Target Mexican Schools During Pandemic; England Crush Ukraine In Euro 2020 Quarterfinals; Track And Field Olympian Suspended After Failed Drug Test; Millions Under Heat Warnings In North America; Thailand Launches "Phuket Sandbox" Tourism Program. Aired 12-1a ET
• Florida Condo Search And Rescue Paused Ahead Of Impending Demolition; U.S. Updates Emergency Evacuation Plans For Kabul Embassy; Thousands Protest Bolsonaro's Handling Of COVID-19; South African Top Court To Review Zuma's Sentence; Japan Mudslide Claims Two, 19 Rescued; UNHCR Wants Increased Vaccine Access For Refugee Populations; Track And Field Olympian Suspended After Failed Drug Test; England Crush Ukraine In Euro 2020 Quarterfinals. Aired 2-3a ET
• L.A. County Recommends Masking In Indoor Public Spaces; FAA Posts Video Of Kids Telling Adult Flyers To Behave; Thailand Launches "Phuket Sandbox" Tourism Program; Delta Variant May Compromise Herd Immunity; Japan Mudslide Claims Two, 19 Rescued; Florida Condo Search And Rescue Paused Ahead Of Impending Demolition; U.S. Updates Emergency Evacuation Plans For Kabul Embassy; Police In Standoff With Armed Group In Massachusetts. Aired 3-4a ET
• Florida Condo Search And Rescue Paused Ahead Of Impending Demolition; FAA Posts Video Of Kids Telling Adult Flyers To Behave; Olympic Teams From Countries With COVID-19 Variants Face Stricter Rules; Japan Mudslide Claims Two, 19 Rescued; Massive Cyberattack Hits Hundreds Of Businesses; U.S. Updates Emergency Evacuation Plans For Kabul Embassy; Thieves Target Mexican Schools During Pandemic; Track And Field Olympian Suspended After Failed Drug Test. Aired 4-5a ET
• Delta Variant May Compromise Herd Immunity; Millions Under Heat Warnings In North America; Japan Mudslide Claims Two, 19 Rescued; Thousands Protest Bolsonaro's Handling Of COVID-19; UNHCR Wants Increased Vaccine Access For Refugee Populations; Massive Cyberattack Hits Hundreds Of Businesses; Police In Standoff With Armed Group In Massachusetts; Anti-Semitism In Europe; Track And Field Olympian Suspended After Failed Drug Test. Aired 5-6a ET
• Amid The Big Lie, Support For Donald Trump In The Republican Party Still Strong; Rep. John Garamendi (D-CA) Is Interviewed About Trump, The GOP And The Infrastructure Plan; The Beach Boys With John Stamos Performs Live; Trump Admits Facts About The Case Filed Against Trump Organization; FAA Reports Increase In Unruly Passengers This Year; Strongest Jobs Report For June But Unemployment Is Still Up; Two Survivors From Collapsed Condo Reunited. Aired 5-6p ET
• Fourth Of July Celebrations Underway Amid Delta Variant Concerns; Remaining Part Of Building In Florida Condo Collapse To Be Demolished As Soon As Possible; Massive Cyberattack Hits Hundreds Of Businesses. Aired 3-4p ET
• Interview With Rep. Bennie Thompson (D-MS) About January 6 Select Committee; Trump Criticizes Charges Against Trump Org, Cites Confusion Over Tax Code; Demolition At The Collapsed Condo Site Could Happen In Days Ahead Of Tropical Storm; Pope Francis Undergoes Scheduled Colon Surgery At Rome Hospital; Americans Celebrate Independence Day After A Year Of Lockdowns. Aired 4-5p ET
• Officials: Demolition At Condo Could Happen Soon, Ahead Of Tropical Storm Elsa; As America Celebrates July 4th, COVID Concerns Remain; Trump Acknowledges Facts Of Case Against His Namesake Company; Trump CFO Indicted On 15 Felony Counts In Alleged Tax Scheme; Pope Francis Recovering After Scheduled Colon Surgery; Taiwan Accuses China Of Psychological Warfare; Americans Finally Venture Out After A Year Of Lockdown. Aired 6-7p ET
• Remaining Parts of Condo to be Demolished as Soon as It's Safe; Fourth of July Celebrations underway Amid Delta Variant Concerns; Pope Francis Undergoes Scheduled Colon Surgery at Rome Hospital; Americans Celebrate Independence Day After a Year of Lockdowns; Supreme Court: Arizona Laws Do Not Violate Voting Rights Act; Boy Scout Survives Shark Attack Off Catalina Island; U.S. Track Star Suspended From Olympic Team After Positive Drug Test. Aired 2-3p ET


July 03, 2021
• War in Afghanistan; Tigray Conflict; Doctors Scramble to Contain Growing Outbreaks in Asia. Aired 12-12:15a ET
• New Challenges for Surfside Search and Rescue; War in Afghanistan; Health Officials Warn of COVID-19 Surge after July 4th Travel; Tickets to Rome Match Canceled for British Football Fans; Canada Reflects on Treatment of Minorities on National Day; At Least 20 Unaccounted for after Japan Mudslide. Aired 2-3a ET
• TSA Reporting Indicates Travel Increases in U.S. for Fourth of July Weekend; White House to Deploy Response Teams to Low Vaccinated Areas as COVID Delta Variant Cases Increase; Police in Standoff with Group of Men in Massachusetts; Death Toll at 22 Confirmed, 126 Still Unaccounted For in Building Collapse in Surfside, Florida. Aired 10- 11a ET
• At Least 20 Unaccounted for after Japan Mudslide; War in Afghanistan; Immune Response to Combined Vaccines "Clearly Superior"; Health Officials Warn of COVID-19 Surge after July 4th Travel; New Challenges for Surfside Search and Rescue; Canada Heat Wave; State Parks Report Problem from Visitors' Trash and Graffiti. Aired 3-4a ET
• TSA: Pandemic-Record 2.19 Million People Screened at Airports Friday; Airports, Highways Packed as Travel Surges for Holiday Weekend as Gas Prices Surge; Vaccination Disparities Raise Concerns as Delta Variant Spreads; McCarthy Faces GOP Resistance To Serving On January 6 Panel; Focus On Justice Breyer As Supreme Court Term Ends; National Parks Overcrowded By Pandemic-Weary Travelers; National Parks Forced To Limit Crowds As Visitors Flood Public Lands. Aired 9-10a ET
• At Least 20 Unaccounted for after Japan Mudslide; New Challenges for Surfside Search and Rescue; War in Afghanistan; Immune Response to Combined Vaccines "Clearly Superior"; Health Officials Warn of COVID-19 Surge after July 4th Travel. Aired 4-5a ET
• At Least 20 Unaccounted For After Japan Mudslide; Immune Response To Combined Vaccines "Clearly Superior"; New Challenges For Surfside Search And Rescue; War In Afghanistan; Health Officials Warn Of COVID-19 Surge After July 4th Travel; Infections And Deaths Surging In Russia; Doctors Scramble To Contain Growing Outbreaks In Asia; Canada Reflects On Treatment Of Minorities On National Day. Aired 5-6a ET
• Police Standoff With Group Of Men In Massachusetts Ends Peacefully; Major Storm Could Force Rescue Teams To Suspend Operations In Collapsed Building In Surfside, Florida; Tropical Storm Elsa Threatens Parts Of Caribbean And Possibly Florida; White House To Deploy Response Teams To Low Vaccinated Areas As COVID Delta Variant Cases Increase; Los Angeles County Reopens Beaches For Fourth Of July Celebrations; Bill Cosby's Conviction For Sexual Assault Overturned; U.S. Economy Adds 850,000 Jobs In June. Aired 2-3p ET
• Nine Arrests In Police Standoff With Armed Group In Massachusetts Town; Emergency Order Issued To Demolish Remaining Structure; TSA: Pandemic Record 2.2M Travelers Screened at Airports Friday; CDC: COVID Cases Up 10 Percent As "Hyper Transmissible" Variant Spreads; Massachusetts Police Update Armed Standoff On I-95; Capitol Rioter Visits Border With GOP Members Of Congress; Two Dead, 20 Missing After Devastating Mudslide In Japan. Aired 11a-12p ET
• TSA: Pandemic-Record 2.2 Million Travelers Screened At Airport Friday; FAA Posts PSA Of Kids Reminding Adults To Behave When Flying; Emergency Order Issued To Demolish Remaining Structure; Neighbors Helped Others Escape Moments Before Tower Fell; Eleven Arrested In Police Standoff With Armed Group In Massachusetts Town; Two House Republicans Vote For January 6 Select Committee; Trump CFO Weisselberg Indicted On 15 Tax-Related Charges. Aired 12-1p ET
• Emergency Order Issued To Demolish Remaining Structure; Miami Beach Mayor: 500-Plus Buildings Undergo 40-Year Review; Eleven Arrests In Police Standoff With Armed Group In Massachusetts Town; Biden Arrives In Michigan To Celebrate Progress In COVID Fight, Touts Bipartisan Infrastructure Deal; Concerns Raised As Last U.S. Troops Leave Bagram Air Base In Afghanistan; Underwater Gas Leak Fuels Huge "Eye Of Fire" In Gulf Of Mexico; William And Harry Reunite At Diana Statue Unveiling. Aired 1-2p ET
• Emergency Order Issued To Demolish Remaining Florida Structure Ahead Of Tropical Storm Elsa; Sha'Carri Richardson Suspended After Testing Positive For THC; Trump Holds Rally In Florida; Vaccine Hesitancy Continues For Some Young Americans; Delta Variant May Make It Harder To Get To Herd Immunity In U.S.; Cosby Accusers Express Outrage Over His Release From Prison; CNN's "Off The Beaten Path" Visits Bruneau State Park In Southern Idaho. Aired 4-5p ET
• Massive Cyberattack Hits Hundreds Of Businesses; Police Standoff With Heavily Armed Men Ends In 11 Arrests; Twenty-Four Dead, 124 Unaccounted For In High-Rise Condo Disaster; Los Angeles Reports Most Single-Day Cases Since Mid-April; L.A. Official: Fully-Vaccinated People Should Mask Up Indoors; Search & Rescue Paused In Surfside Ahead Of Planned Demolition; Gas Leak Sparks Surreal Underwater Light Show. Aired 6-7p ET
• Millions On The West Coast Face Heat Warnings As Record-High Temps Persist; Gas Leak Responsible For Burning Ring Of Fire In Gulf Of Mexico; Biden Says Russia May Not Be Behind Latest Ransomware Attack; Trump Organization Charged In 15-Year Tax Scheme; What's Safe For Unvaccinated Children This Summer?; Police Arrest 11 People After Armed Standoff In Massachusetts; Officials: Demolition At Condo Could Happen In Days, Ahead Of Tropical Storm Elsa; Judge Orders Minneapolis To Add More Police Officers. Aired 5-6p ET
• Search And Rescue Paused In Surfside Ahead Of Planned Demolition; Delta Variant Behind New Surge Of Coronavirus In The U.S.; Police Standoff With Heavily Armed Men Ends In 11 Arrests; GOP Rep. Gosar Doubles Down On False January 6th Conspiracy; Kentucky Student Wins College Scholarship In Vaccine Lottery; Facebook Asks Users If Friends Are Becoming An Extremist; Cosby Accusers Outraged Over His Release From Prison. Aired 7-8p ET
• Massive Cyberattack Hits Hundreds Of Businesses; Exxon Lobbyist Admits Fighting Climate Legislation In Sting Video; Tropical Storm Watches Issued For Parts Of Florida; Police Standoff with Heavily Armed Men Ends with 11 Arrests; U.S. Withdrawal From Afghanistan In The Final Stages; Future of Afghan Women Uncertain As Taliban Threat Looms; Pandemic, Heat Have Many People Sticking Close To Home; Branson, Bezos, Musk Bet Big On Commercial Space Industry. Aired 8-9p ET
• Police Arrest 11 People After Armed Standoff In Massachusetts; Rep. Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) Appoints Members To Committee To Investigate January 6; Twenty-Four Dead, 124 Unaccounted For As Search For Survivors Continues; Millions Of Americans Taking Planes, Trains, Cars, Pandemic-Era Record; Prosecutors Charge Trump Organization And CFO With Tax Crimes; Michael Cohen: Weisselberg's Head Is "On The Chopping Block". Aired 3-4p ET


July 02, 2021
• Last US Troops Set To Leave Afghanistan's Bagram Air Base; Delta Variant Driving Up Cases Worldwide; Rising Violence Blamed On Coronavirus Lockdowns; US Security Council To Discuss Crisis In Ethiopia; Trump Organization CFO Charged In 15-Year Tax Fraud Scheme; China Will Smash Taiwan Independence Attempts; Wildfire Devastates Canadian Village; Scientist See Signs Of Climate Change In Record Scorcher. Aired 12-1a ET
• Last U.S. Troops Leave Afghanistan's Bagram Air Base; WHO: New Cases are Up 10 Percent in Europe, First Increase Since April; There is Rise of Anti-Semitism in Europe; Crisis in Ethiopia's Tigray Region; Biden Meets With Families, Search And Rescue Teams; Trump Org, CFO Charged In 15-Year Tax Fraud2 Scheme; Xi: China Will Smash Taiwan Independence Attempts. Aired 2-2:45a ET
• U.S. Troops Leaving Afghanistan; Health Officials Warns the Globe of the Delta Variant; Fans in Euro 2020 Forgot There's Still Pandemic; Lone Wolf Stabbed Police in Hong Kong; Tension Between Beijing and Taipei Escalates; United Nations to Address the Tigray Humanitarian Crisis; U.K. Coronavirus Cases Increase Nearly 72 Percent In One Week; Indonesia To Implement New Restrictions For Java And Bali; Last U.S. troops Leave Afghanistan's Bagram Air Base; Moving Toward A Global Minimum Tax; Biden Visits Florida Condo Collapse Victims; Trump Org., CFO Charged In 15-Year Tax Fraud Scheme. Aired 3- 4a ET
• Last U.S. Troops Leave Afghanistan's Bagram Air Base; Trump Organization, CFO Charged in 15-Year Tax Fraud Scheme; Biden Meets with Families, Search and Rescue Teams; Lawsuits Claim Years of Delays in Fixing Problems; White House Admits It Will Miss Vaccination Goal; W.H.O. Says New Cases Up 10 Percent in Europe, First Increase Since April; Heat-Related Deaths Suge in Oregon, Washington State. Aired 4- 4:30a ET
• Last U.S. Troops Set to Leave Afghanistan's Bagram Air Base; Hong Kong Police Officer Stabbed in "Lone Wolf' Attack; Xi: China Will "Smash" Taiwan Independence Attempts; W.H.O.: New Cases Up 10 Percent in Europe, First Increase Since April; Tourism Business Looks for Recovery from COVID; Turkey Exits Violence Against Women Treaty; Trump Org, CFO Charged in 15-Year Tax Fraud Scheme; OECD: 130 Nations Back Global Minimum Corporate Tax; Airlines Report Sharp Increase in Unruly Passengers. Aired 1-2a ET
• All U.S Forces Have Left Bagram Air Base after Two Decades of War; House Republicans Show Scant Interest in Serving on January 6 Panel; CDC Says, COVID Up 10 Percent as Hypertransmissible Delta Variant Spreads. Aired 10-10:30a ET
• Pelosi Pushes Ahead with Right Investigation; Supreme Court Uphold Arizona's Voting Restrictions; U.N. Security Council to Discuss Crisis in Ethiopia; William and Harry Reunite to Unveil Statue of Their Late Mother; Xi: China Will Smash Taiwan Independence Attempts; Quarterfinals to Begin amid Growing COVID Concerns. Aired 4:30-5a ET
• U.S. Economy Adds 850,000 Jobs in June, Beating Predictions; Axios Reports, White House Mobilizes to Defend Vice President Harris amid Flurry of Leaks; Biden Speaks about June Jobs Report, 850,000 Jobs Added. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• U.S. Forces Leave Bagram; Taliban Hails U.S. Troop Withdrawal; Economy Adds 850,000 Jobs; Trump Probe Not Over; Letter Highlights Concrete Damage in Florida Condo; COVID Cases Up 10 Percent. Aired 9- 9:30a ET
• COVID Cases Rise; Selection for House Select Committee; Airports Expecting Busy Days; Gas Prices Surge This Holiday Weekend; Branson Beats Bezos to Space. Aired 9:30-10a ET.
• Trump Blasts Indictments; U.S. Economy Surging; U.S. Forces Leaving Afghanistan. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• U.S. Troops Leave Afghanistan's Bagram Air Base after 20 Years; U.S. Airports Expecting Busiest Day of Travel in 16 Months; U.S. Economy Adds 850,000 Jobs in June, Jobless Rate at 5.9 Percent. Aired 1-1:30p ET
• President Biden Hosts Naturalization Ceremony Ahead of July 4; COVID Cases Rising. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• U.S. Olympic Sprinter suspended after Positive Marijuana Test; U.S. Athlete Gwen Berry Asked about Protesting If She Reaches Olympic Podium: "We'll See"; Body of 7-Year-Old Pulls from Surfside Rubble Identified as Daughter of Miami Firefighter; Survivors, Witnesses and Responders Reveal Clues; Capitol Rioter Visits Border with GOP Members of Congress. Aired 1:30-2p ET
• White House Responds to Tension Between Biden and Harris Staffs; White House Defends VP Harris Amid Leaks About Dysfunction in Her Office; Trump CFO Weisselberg Indicted on 15 Tax Related Charges; Track Star Suspended from Olympic Team Testing Positive in Drug Test. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• Soon, Biden Hosts Naturalization Ceremony to Celebrate July 4; Co-Conservator of Britney Spears' Estate Asks to Resign; Space Race Heats Up Between Richard Branson and Jeff Bezos; Naturalization Ceremony Begins at White House; 2 Million-Plus Americans Passed Through Airport Security Thursday. Aired 2:30-3p ET


July 01, 2021
• China Celebrates 100 Years Of Communist Party; Bill Cosby Released From Jail; Tigrayan Forces Reject Ethiopian Military Ceasefire; China's Ruling Communist Party Marks Centennial; Judge Denies November Request to Remove Pop Star's Father as Co-Conservator; Bill Cosby Released from Prison in Stunning Court Reversal. Aired 2- 2:45a ET
• CCP Celebrates its 100th Anniversary; President Xi Jinping with a Blunt Message for the World; Ethiopian Forces Remains in Neighboring Eritrea; Delta Variant Seen Across the Globe; U.K. Watches Carefully its Daily Infections; Bangladesh Under Lockdown; More Countries Are Desperate to Have Vaccines; China's Ruling Communist Party Marks Centennial; Pilgrimage To China Communist Party Holy Sites; An Update On Florida Condo Collapse; Bill Cosby Released From Prison; Mexico Overpass Collapse To Be Rebuilt; Britney Spears' Legal Battle; Donald Rumsfeld Dies At Age 88; Estrange Princes To Reunite; Robot Dogs Take On BTS. Aired 3-4a ET
• Criminal Indictments to be Unsealed in Hours Against the Trump Organization; Cosby Accusers Express Outrage Over Court Ruling; Water Gushed into Garage Moments Before Building Fell; Vaccinations are Best Protection Against Delta Variant; Historic Heat Wave Affects Millions in Wester U.S. and Canada. Aired 4-4:30a ET
• China Marks 100 Years of Communist Party; Delta Variant Causes COVID Surge; Historic Heat Wave Affects Millions in Western U.S. & Canada; China's Ruling Communist Party Marks Centennial; Ethiopian Government: Withdrawal a Political Decision; U.S. Could Finish Afghanistan Withdrawal within Days; Architect of U.S. War in Iraq Dies at Age 88; Bill Cosby Released from Prison in Stunning Court Reversal; Florida Condo Collapse. Aired 1-2a ET
• Officials Give Update on Rescue Efforts in Condo Collapse; Supreme Court Upholds Arizona Voting Restrictions; Supreme Court Invalidates California Donor Disclosure Requirement. Aired 10-10:30a ET
• House Approves Committee to Investigate January 6 Attack; U.S. Embassy in Kabul Calls on Taliban to End Violence; China's Ruling Communist Party Marks Centennial; Statue to be Placed at Kensington Palace Honoring Princess Diana; Dogs Play Key Role in Search and Rescue Efforts. Aired 4:30-5a ET
• Rep. Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) Speaks House Votes to Form Select Committee on January 6 Attack. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• China's Ruling Communist Party Marks Centennial; Delta Variant Fuels New Restrictions, Delays Reopenings; Historic Heart Wave Affects Millions In Western U.S. & Canada; China's Ruling Communist Party Marks Centennial; Miami-Dade Mayor: Two Children Among 18 Confirmed Dead; Judge Denies November Request To Remove Pop Star's Father As Co- Conservator; Bill Cosby Released From Prison In Stunning Court Reversal; Executed Iranian Athlete "A Hero For Millions". Aired 12- 12:45a ET
• President Biden Visits Florida Collapse Site; Trump Organization Indicted. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• Soon, Indictments against Trump Organization, CFO to be Unsealed; GOP's Rep. Liz Cheney (R-WY) Bucks Party, Joins January 6 Committee; Now, Biden in Surfside, Florida, as Safety Fears Halt Search Efforts. Aired 1-1:30p ET
• Trump CFO Surrenders; Information on Condo Collapse; McCarthy's Threat over House Committee. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• Interview With Michael Cohen; Trump Organization Indicted. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• Cosby Accuser Reacts to His Release; Rep. Seth Moulton (D-MA) is Interviewed about Afghanistan; . Aired 9:30-10a ET.
• U.S. Supreme Court Upholds Arizona Voting Restrictions; U.S. Supreme Court Invalidates California Donor Disclosure Requirement; Families Asked to Give Details about Tattoos, Jewelry on Victims; White House to Deploy Response Teams Nationwide to Combat Delta Variant; Princes William and Harry Reunite at Diana Statue Unveiling. Aired 1:30-2p ET
• Chilling New Video of Flooding Moments Before Collapse; Survivor Recounts Harrowing Escape Through Rubble; 18 Dead, 145 Unaccounted for in Day 8 Of Tireless Search; Pelosi Names 8 Members to Committee Including Liz Cheney; McCarthy Faces GOP Resistance Over Serving on Jan. 6 Panel; Soon Biden to Speak After Meeting with Condo Resident's Families; Trump CFO Indicted on 15 Felony Counts, Alleged 15-Year Tax Scheme. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• Court in Session, Waiting for Trump Org. Indictment Details; Trump Org. Attorneys Speak, Say Case Should Not Have Been Brought, It's a Political Prosecution. Aired 2:30-3p ET


June 30, 2021
• Delta Variant Raise Concerns for Indonesians Government; Areas in Sydney, Australia Back to Lockdowns; France Lift Restrictions for Businesses; Tigray Rebels Shrug Off Ceasefire; Unrest in Tigray Region Blocks Humanitarian Aid; U.S. Troops Going Home Sooner Than Planned; Heat Wave Toast Roads in Some U.S. Cities; Record Heat Wave Damaging Roads And Causing Illness; Florida An Update On Champlain Tower Condo Collapse; Delia Fiallo Dies At Age 96; North Korea Reports Grave COVID Incident; Israel's Message To Its Neighbors; Euro 2020, England Reach Quarterfinals With 2-0 Win Over Germany. Aired 3-4a ET
• Rebels Reject Ethiopian Government's Ceasefire Offer; Russia Faces Record COVID Deaths, Low Vaccination Rates; IFRC: Indonesia At Risk Of "COVID-19 Catastrophe"; 12 People Confirmed Dead, 149 Still Unaccounted For; U.S. Could Finish Afghanistan Withdrawal Within Days; North Korean Officials Fired after Grave COVID Incident. Aired 2-2:45a ET
• Rebels Reject Ethiopian Government's Ceasefire Offer; Delta Variant Fueling Spikes in Cases Worldwide; At Least 233 Deaths In Canada Amid Historic Heat Wave; Delta Variant Becoming Dominant Across the U.S.; Mexico Races to Vaccinate Population as Variants Emerge; North Korean Officials Fired after "Grave" COVID Incident; Former South African President Zuma Sentenced to Prison; England Reach Quarterfinals with 2-0 Win over Germany. Aired 1-2a ET
• 12 People Confirmed Dead, 149 Still Unaccounted For; New Details Emerge About Building's Structural Decay; Temperature Soar as Heat Wave Grips Western U.S.; Researcher: Delta Variant "Most Prevalent" in U.S.; TPLF Fighters Reject Ethiopian Government's Ceasefire Offer. Aired 4-4:30a ET
• Heat Wave on Both U.S Coasts Shatters All-Time Records; Israeli Rescue Commander Says, More Bodies, Tunnels Discovered Overnight; Surgeon General Says, if You're not Vaccinated, You Are in Trouble. Aired 10-10:30a ET
• Biden Touts Bipartisan Infrastructure Deal in Wisconsin; House to Vote On January 6 Select Committee; Maricopa County Will Not Reuse Equipment Turned Over; Authorities Brace for Fallout of Partisan- Driven Effort; Around 80 Percent of Australians Affected by COVID Restrictions; France Lifts Restrictions for Most Indoor Businesses; North Korean Officials Fired After "Grave" COVID Incident; Hawks Even Series, Serena Slips, England Stuns Germany. Aired 4:30-5a ET
• Biden Meets Today with Western Governors about Wildfire Threat amid Historic Heat Wave; Wall Street Journal Reports, Manhattan D.A. Expected to File Tax-Related Charges against Trump Organization CFO Allen Weisselberg Tomorrow; U.S Days from Completing Troop Withdrawal from Afghanistan. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• Heat Wave Shatters All-Time Records; Biden Meets with Western Governors about Wildfires; Israeli Commander Says Tunnels Discovered; CNN Tours Champlain Towers North. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• Bill Cosby to be Released from Prison after Conviction Overturned; 16 Confirmed Dead, 147 Unaccounted for as Search Enters Day Seven. Aired 1-1:30p ET
• Florida Rescue Efforts; Bill Cosby Conviction Overturned. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• Rebels Reject Ethiopian Government Ceasefire Offer; 12 People Confirmed Dead, 149 Still Unaccounted For; North Korean Officals Fired After "Grave" COVID Incident. Aired 12-1a ET
• Surgeon General Warning for Unvaccinated People; Outbreak at Summer Camp; NYC Mayor's Race in Chaos; NY Prosecutors Examine Cash Bonuses at Trump Organization DHS Warns of Violence in August. Aired 9:30-10a ET.
• Bill Cosby to be Released from Prison After Conviction Overturned; Attorney Lisa Bloom Discusses Bill Cosby's Sex Assault Conviction Being Overturned, Release Soon from Prison; Survivors Give New Details of Condo Collapse; Structural Engineer, Jason Borden, Discusses His Findings After Last Year Examining Condo Tower That Collapsed; Nephew Remembers Uncle, Godmother: They Were Beautiful People. Aired 1:30-2p ET
• Florida Rescue Efforts Continues; Bill Cosby Conviction Overturned. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• Surgeon General; "You Are in Trouble" If You're Not Vaccinated; Delta Variant Forcing Officials to Rethink Mask Guidelines; Bill Cosby Released from Prison after Conviction Overturned; House Set to Vote on January 6 Select Committee. Aired 2:30-3p ET
• Bill Cosby Has Just Arrived Home After Prison Release; Donald Rumsfeld Dies; NYC Mayoral Race in Chaos After Test Ballots Were Mistakenly Counted; House Votes to Create January 6 Select Committee; Surfside Mayor Confirms 16 Dead. Aired 3:30-4p ET


June 29, 2021
• Ethiopian Troops Pull out Of Tigray Capital; Potential New Clues In Florida Condo Collapse; W.H.O. Warns Even Vaccinated People Remain At Risk; Three Ministers Share Vision of Post-Pandemic Life in Editorial; Taliban Grabbing Territory as U.S., NATO Withdraw; China Celebrates Ruling Party's 100th Anniversary. Aired 2-2:45a ET
• Calm is Back in Ethiopian Capital; Villagers Held Mass Burial for Loved Ones; Families of Miami Condo Hope for Miracles; Foreign Rescuers Help to Find Survivors; COVID Cases in Russia Picking Up Due to Delta Variant; South Africa in Dire Need of Vaccine; Florida Condo Collapse, Families Demand Answers As Rescue Efforts Enter Day 6; Disaster Raises Questions About Safety Of Similar Buildings; Coronavirus Pandemic, Australia Under Lockdown; Singapore Lays Out Plan To Live Normally With COVID-19; U.K. Government Planning To Lift COVID Restrictions; North Korea's Rare Public Acknowledgement; Communist Party Parties; Rockets Fired At U.S. Military Base In Syria; Historic Heat Wave Hits Western U.S. and Canada; Railway Arch Fire As Firefighters Battle The Rage. Aired 3-4a ET
• Ethiopian Soldiers Withdraw from Tigray's Capital; Delta Variant Sparking New Lockdowns; 11 Dead as Search Intensifies for 150 Still Missing; China Celebrates Ruling Party's 100th Anniversary; Singapore Lays Out Plan to "Live Normally with COVID-19"; Wimbledon Returns with COVID-19 Adjustments; Retaliation on the Iraq-Syria Border; Taliban Grabbing Territory as U.S., NATO Withdraw; Historic Heat Wave Hits Western U.S. and Canada. Aired 1-2a ET
• 11 Dead as Search Intensifies for 150 Still Missing; Contractor Took Photos of Damage 36 Hours Before Collapse; Historic Heat Wave Hitting Western U.S. and Canada; White House Ramps Up Global Vaccine Distribution; Singapore Lays Out Plan to Live Normally with COVID-19. Aired 4-4:30a ET
• Search And Rescue "Top Priority" After Building Collapse; Australia Struggling With Delta Variant Outbreaks; U.S. Airstrikes Hit Iran-Backed Militias In Iraq And Syria. Aired 12-12:45a ET
• 11 Dead as Search Intensifies for 150 Still Missing; Family Remembers Antonio and Gladys Lozano; Ethiopian Army Withdraws from Regional Capital Mekelle; Fresh Evidence of January Massacre in Tigray; Barr: Trump's Election Fraud Claims Were "All Bullsh*t"; Switzerland Stun World Champions France at Euros. Aired 4:30-5a ET
• Obama Says, Trump's Election Hooey Broke Core Tenet of Democracy; Structural Engineers to Visit 500-Plus Older Buildings in Miami Beach; Unprecedented Heat Wave Breaks Records in Pacific Northwest. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• Condo Board Warned of Building Decay; Number of Dead Rises to 11; Rush to Inspect High-Rises After Collapse; Obama Comments on Election Claims. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• At Least 11 Dead, 150 Missing as Search Efforts Enter Day Six; L.A. County Says, Wear Masks Indoors Even if You're Vaccinated. Aired 1-1:30p ET
• President Biden Touts Infrastructure Bill in Wisconsin. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• Breaking News: FL Condo Board Warned of Building Decay in April, 2021 Letter; 9/11 Response Leader: Collapse Search Teams Facing Health Risks. Aired 10-10:30a ET
• Obama Comments on Election Lies; Rachel Spiegel is Interviewed about the Condo Collapse; Unprecedented Heat Wave; Gas Stations Running Out of Fuel. Aired 9:30-10a ET.
• President Biden Touts Infrastructure Bill in Wisconsin; President Obama Warns of Dangers of Misinformation; Florida Rescue Efforts Continue. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• Obama Says Speed and Prevalence of Misinformation Worries Me; Interview with Rep. Pramila Jayapal (D-WA) Infrastructure Package Deal and Reconciliation Bill; Researcher Says Sea Level Near Surfside Building Rose 7-8 Inches in Last 40 Years; Russian Court Denies Reed's Appeal of 9 Year Sentence; Gas Shortages and High Fuel Prices Ahead ff July the Fourth. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• New Lawsuit Filed by Surviving Residents Claims "Reckless and Negligent Conduct"; At Least 11 Dead, 150 Missing as Search Efforts Enter Day 6; Gas Stations Running Out of Fuel Ahead of Holiday Weekend; Mayor Gabriel Groisman (R-Bal Harbour, FL) Discusses Condo Collapse, Search-and-Rescue Efforts in Surfside, FL; Biden Speaks on Infrastructure Plan in Wisconsin. Aired 1:30-2p ET
• Biden Hails "Bipartisan Breakthrough" On Infrastructure; Families Of The Missing Ask Questions About Search Efforts; April Letter From Condo Board Said Building Damage Had Worsened; Miami-Dade Mayor: Buildings Audit In Surfside Has Already Uncovered Serious Issues; Dangerous Heat Grips The Northwest, Temperatures In Unchartered Territory. Aired 2:30-3p ET


June 28, 2021
• Death Toll Rises to Nine as Rescuers Race to Find Survivors; U.S. Airstrikes Hit Iran-Backed Militias in Iraq and Syria; Sydney Under Lockdown; HK Police Arrest Former Apple Daily Journalist at Airport; Hungary Bans LGBTQ Content in Schools; Princes William and Harry to Unveil Prince Diana Statue; Fashion Industry Adapts to Impact of Pandemic. Aired 1-2a ET
• Florida Condo Collapse Death Toll Now at Nine; President Biden Orders Airstrikes on Iraq and Syria; Delta Variant of the Coronavirus a Big Threat; New Strict Lockdowns in South Africa, Bangladesh and Australia; Family Describes Escape From Falling Tower; HK Arrests Former Apple Daily Journalist; Princes William And Harry To Unveil Princess Diana Statue. Aired 2-3a ET
• Rescue Crews Hopes to Find More Survivors; Families Escape Death; U.S. Launched Airstrike Against Iran-Back Militias; Unvaccinated People Face the Risk of Getting Delta Variant; Australia Under a Stay-at-Home Order; Search and Rescue Continue After a Building in Florida Collapsed; Pride Month Celebration; Hungary's Anti-LGBTQ Law; Record-Breaking Heat Wave; Princes William and Harry to Unveil Princess Diana Statue; Simone Biles Secures Spot on U.S. Women's Gymnastics Team. Aired 3-4a ET
• Death Toll Rises to Nine as Rescuers Race to Find Survivors; Collapse Shines Light on Structural Integrity of High Rises; U.S. Airstrikes Hit Iran-Back Militias in Iraq and Syria; Republicans Back to Supporting $1.2 Trillion Measure; State Media: North Koreans Heartbroken seeing Kim Gaunt; Delta Variant Poses Big Threat to Some Communities in U.S.; South Africa Imposes New Lockdown to Fight Case Surge; Covid Vaccines Access Limited in Many Parts of the World. Aired 4-4:30a ET
• Crews Dig Massive Trench to Aid Search and Rescue Efforts; Tragedy Hits Home for South Florida Jewish Community; Hungary Bans LGBTQ Contend in Schools; All-Time Temperatures Hit U.S. Pacific Northwest; Nelly Korda Wins First Major Championship. Aired 4:30-5a ET
• At Least Nine Dead, 153 Missing amid Search for Survivors; Families, Crews Hoping for Miracles as Rescue Window Narrows; Biden Orders Airstrikes on Facilities Used by Iran-Backed Militias. Aired 10-10:30a ET
• Barr on Trump's Election Fraud Claims, It was All Bullsh*t; Engineer Raised Concerns about Condo Years before Disaster; Parents Need to Vaccinate Kids Soon in Time for School Year. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• At Least Ten People Dead, 151 Missing after Building Collapse; New Details Emerge about Integrity of Condo before Collapse; CNN Reports, Trump Organization Lawyers Meet with Prosecutors Today in Lat Bid to Convince Them Not to Pursue Charges. Aired 1-1:30p ET.
• Trump Organization Facing Charges?; 10 Dead, 151 Missing in Florida Building Collapse. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• Search Continues for Survivors; Families Hoping for Miracles; Maggie Castro is Interviewed about Rescue Operations; Engineers Raised Concerns Years before Collapse; Joe Hernandez is Interviewed about the Collapse. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• American Student Killed in Russia; 10 Dead, 151 Missing in Florida Building Collapse. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• Crews Continue Searching for Life in South FL Following Thursday's Deadly Building Collapse; President Joe Biden Orders Military Air Strikes Against Iranian-Backed Militias in Iraq and Syria; Australian Officials Are Tightening Coronavirus Restrictions as New Cases Emerge Around the Country; Czech Republic President Milos Zeman's Disparaging Remarks About the Transgender Community; Working From Home: The New Normal. Aired 12-1a ET
• Family of American Student Killed in Russia Fundraising to Cover Cost of Repatriation, Biden Walk-Back Puts Infrastructure Back on Rails, U.S. Forces in Syria Come Under Rocket Fire After U.S. Airstrikes, Pressure Mounts to Vaccinate More Americans as Delta Variant Spreads. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• CNN: Trump Lawyers Meet with Prosecutors Today in Last Chance to Convince Them Not to Pursue Charges; Barr on Trump's Election Fraud Claims: "It Was All Bullshit;" At Least 9 Dead, 152 Still Missing Amid Search for Survivors; Families, Crews Hoping For Miracle as Rescue Window Narrows; NPR: Official Told Residents Building Was Safe Despite Warning; Engineer Raised Concerns About Condo Years Before Disaster; Inspectors Looking at Nearby Buildings After Sudden Collapse; Supreme Court Gives Victory To Transgender Student on Bathroom Use. Aired 9:30-10a ET.
• Trump Org. Lawyers Meet with Prosecutors Today in Last Bid to Convince Them Not to Pursue Charges; Biden Orders Airstrikes On Facilities Used By Iran-Backed Militias; At Least 10 Dead, 151 Missing after Building Collapse; Some Nearby Residents of Collapsed Condo Fear for Their Safety; New COVID Rules in Place Across Australia as Cases Rise; Record High Temperatures Gripping Northwestern U.S. Aired 1:30- 2p ET
• U.S. Airstrikes Target Iran-Backed Militia Sites In Iraq And Syria; Iraq Prime Minister Issues Stern Statement After U.S. Airstrikes In Iraq And Syria; Concerns Grow About Sister Tower Next To Collapsed Condo; Inspectors Looking At Nearby Buildings After Sudden Collapse; Update On Coronavirus Responses Around The World; Record- High Temperatures Gripping Northwestern U.S. Aired 2:30-3p ET


June 27, 2021
• Families Hold Onto Hope After Florida Building Collapse; Fifth Body Found In Champlain Towers Wreckage; Thousands In U.K. Protest Lockdown, Austerity And Climate Inaction; Indonesia Grapples With Vaccine Hesitancy; Inside Myanmar's "Rooms Of Hell"; Athletes In Exile Demand IOC Take Action On Iran; U.S. Intelligence Inconclusive On UFOs; Historic Paris Department Store Reopens After 16 Years. Aired 12-1a ET
• Fifth Body Found In Champlain Towers Wreckage; 2018 Report Found "Major" Damage In Champlain Towers South; First Cruise Ship In 15 Months Departs U.S. Port; New Zealand Suspends Quarantine-Free Travel With Australia For Three Days; Families Hold Onto Hope After Florida Building Collapse; Floyd Family Reacts To Chauvin Sentencing; Record-Breaking June Heat. Aired 2-3a ET
• 2018 Report Found "Major" Damage In Champlain Towers South; Fifth Body Found In Champlain Towers Wreckage; Families Hold Onto Hope After Florida Building Collapse; Hot Air Balloon Crash Kills Five; Record-Breaking June Heat; Biden Walks Back Comments On Infrastructure Bill; Matt Hancock Resigns As U.K. Health Secretary After Breaking COVID-19 Restrictions; New Zealand Suspends Quarantine-Free Travel With Australia For Three Days. Aired 3-4a ET
• Families Hold Onto Hope After Florida Building Collapse; Fifth Body Found In Champlain Towers Wreckage; 2018 Report Found "Major" Damage In Champlain Towers South; Thousands In U.K. Protest Lockdown, Austerity And Climate Inaction; U.S. Vaccination Debate; Hot Air Balloon Crash Kills Five; Record-Breaking June Heat. Aired 4-5a ET
• Matt Hancock Resigns As U.K. Health Secretary After Breaking COVID-19 Restrictions; Fifth Body Found In Champlain Towers Wreckage; 2018 Report Found "Major" Damage In Champlain Towers South; Families Hold Onto Hope After Florida Building Collapse; New Zealand Suspends Quarantine-Free Travel With Australia For Three Days; Inside Myanmar's "Rooms Of Hell"; Georgia's New Voting Law; Historic Paris Department Store Reopens After 16 Years. Aired 5-6a ET
• Death Toll Rises To Nine, Crews Search For 150-Plus Still Missing In Condo Collapse; Engineering Firm Behind 2018 Report "Deeply Troubled" By Collapse; Romney Confident Biden Will Sign Infrastructure Deal; Surfside Jewish Center Holds Prayer Service For Condo Collapse; Serena Williams Opts Out Of Tokyo Olympics. Aired 2-3p ET
• Nine Dead, 150-Plus Still Missing In Florida Condo Collapse; Interview With Sen. Rick Scott (R-FL) About Condo Collapse; Trump Organization Charges Could Be Filed Within Days; Family That Escaped Collapsed Condo Building Speaks Out; Trump Speaks At Rally; Greene Speech; Tucker Carlson Rails; Heat In Oregon Hits All-Time High. Aired 4-5p ET
• Death Toll Now At Nine From The Surfside Building Collapse; CNN Asks GOP Lawmakers About January 6th Conspiracies; Trump Returns To The Rally Stage In Ohio; Wall Street And Investors Await The June Jobs Report; CNN Films Premieres "The Lady Boss: The Jackie Collins Story." Aired 5-6p ET
• Death Toll Climbs To Nine In Condo Collapse, 150 Unaccounted For; Interview With Rep. Carlos Gimenez (R-FL); Engineer Warned Of Major Structural Damage At Florida Condo Complex In 2018. Aired 3-4p ET
• Death Toll Rises To Nine As Rescuers Keep Digging For Survivors; Trump Organization Could Face Criminal Charges This Week; One-On-One With The U.S. Cyber Security Chief; Officials Give Update On Building Collapse Search Efforts. Aired 6-7p ET
• Search And Rescue Efforts Underway After The Condo Collapse In Florida; Bill Barr Calls Out Trump's 2020 Fraud Claims; Donald Trump Rehashes Election Lies At Ohio Rally; Interview With Rep. Adam Kinzinger (R-IL); Officials Blame Delta Variant For COVID-19 Surge In Missouri. Aired 7-8p ET
• Interview with Miami-Dade County Mayor Daniella Levine Cava about Collapsed Building Search and Rescue Efforts; Death Toll Rises to Nine, 152 Still Unaccounted for in Surfside Building Collapse; Bill Barr's Double Speak on Trump's Claims of 2020 Fraud; Cyber Chief Warns Adversaries Want to Target U.S. Infrastructure; "Lady Boss, The Jackie Collins Story" Features the Author's Persona. Aired 8-9p ET


June 26, 2021
• At Least Four Dead, 159 Missing in Condo Collapse; Derek Chauvin Sentenced to 22.5 Years for George Floyd's Murder. Aired 12- 12:15a ET
• At Least Four Dead, 159 Missing in Condo Collapse; Derek Chauvin Sentenced to 22.5 Years for George Floyd's Murder; French Woman Who Killed Abusive Husband Walks Free; Biden Pledges Support for Afghanistan as U.S. Troops Withdraw. Aired 2-2:45a ET
• At Least Four Dead, 159 Missing in Condo Collapse; Derek Chauvin Sentenced to 22.5 Years for George Floyd's Murder; U.K. Delta Variant Cases up 46 Percent in a Week; Biden Pledges Support for Afghanistan as U.S. Troops Withdraw; French Woman Who Killed Abusive Husband Walks Free. Aired 3-4a ET
• At Least Four Dead, 159 Missing in Condo Collapse; Derek Chauvin Sentenced to 22.5 Years for George Floyd's Murder; Biden Pledges Support for Afghanistan as U.S. Troops Withdraw; Executed Iranian Athlete "A Hero for Millions". Aired 4-5a ET
• Building Collapse in Surfside, Florida, Leaves 159 Missing and Four Dead; Search and Rescue Efforts for Missing in Florida Building Collapse Continue; Some Families of Missing in Florida Building Collapse Criticize Slow Pace of Information from Authorities; Derek Chauvin Sentenced to 22-And-A-Half Years for Killing of George Floyd; Missouri Democratic State Representative Tracy McCreery Interviewed on New State Law Intended to Block Federal Gun Laws; Justice Department Suing State of Georgia over New Restrictive Voting Law; Florida Governor Ron DeSantis and Miami-Dade County Mayor Daniella Levine Cava Speak at Press Conference regarding Continuing Search and Rescue Efforts in Rubble of Collapsed Building. Aired 10-11a ET
• At Least Four Dead, 159 Missing In Condo Collapse; Derek Chauvin Sentenced To 22.5 Years For George Floyd's Murder; U.K. Delta Variant Cases Up 46 Percent In A Week. Aired 5-6a ET
• Survivors Describe Harrowing Escape From Collapsing Condo; Officials: Fire Causing Incredible Difficulties In Search & Rescue; Fire Chief: Doing Everything We Can to Bring Your Family Members Out Alive; Department Of Justice Suing Georgia Over Voting Law; Four Killed In New Mexico Hot Air Balloon Accident; Latin Americans Among Missing In FL High Rise Collapse. Aired 12-1p ET
• Building Collapses In Surfside, Florida, Leaves 159 Missing And Four Dead; Search And Rescue Efforts For Missing In Florida Building Collapse Continue; Fire Underneath Rubble At Building Collapse Impeding Search Efforts; Justice Department Sues State Of Georgia Over New Restrictive Voting Law; Interview With Rep. Nikema Williams (D-GA) And Rep. Marc Veasey (D-TX). Aired 2-3p ET
• Search Underway For Dozens Believed To Be Buried Under Rubble; Derek Chauvin Sentenced To 22.5 Years For Killing George Floyd; Negotiators Agree On Framework For Police Reform Bill; World Health Organization Weighs COVID Booster Shots. Aired 11a-12p ET
• Rescue Crews Battling Fire As Search For Survivors Continues; Surfside Mayor Recommends Residents In Chaplain North Tower Be Evacuated; Four Killed In Hot Air Balloon Accident In New Mexico; Families Demand Answers On What Caused Condo Collapse; Engineer Warned Of "Major Structural Damage" At Florida Condo Complex In 2018; Nevada Elementary School Identifies Delta Variant Cluster; Dangerous Delta Variant Could Induces More Americans To Get Vaccinated. Aired 1-2p ET
• Search for Survivors Intensifies 60-Plus Hours After Florida Condo Collapse; Derek Chauvin Sentenced To 22.5 Years For George Floyd's Murder; In CNN's "Cross Exam," Legal Analyst, Elie Honig, Answers Viewers' Legal Questions. Aired 3-4p ET
• Engineer Raised Concerns Years Before Condo Building Collapse; Four Dead 159 Still Missing After Miami Building Collapses; Five Dead After Hot Air Balloon Hits Power Line In New Mexico; Interview With Rep. Dan Kildee (D-MI); Officials Give Update On Building Collapse Search Efforts. Aired 6-7p ET
• At Least Four Dead, 159 Unaccounted For In Florida Condo Collapse; CNN Presses GOP Lawmakers On January 6th Conspiracy Theories; Mike Pence: Would Be "Un-American" For One Person To Reject Or Overturn Electoral Votes; VP Harris Visits U.S./Mexico Border Amid Criticism; President Biden Speaking Out After GOP Accuses Him Of Bait & Switch On Infrastructure; No Survivors In Hot Air Balloon Accident In New Mexico. Aired 4-5p ET
• Miami Officials Give Update On Building Collapse Search Efforts; Dangerous Heat Wave Smashes Records In Pacific Northwest; Fifteen Years After Gore's Warning, Extreme Weather Becomes Routine; Death Toll In Building Collapse Increases To Five, 156 Missing. Aired 7-8p ET
• Five Dead, 156 Still Missing After Condo Building Collapses; Officers Confirm "Mass Casualty Incident" Near Boston; Cop Shooting Ends In Double Tragedy After Good Samaritan Accidental Killed; Cyber Ninjas Wrap Chaotic Arizona Election Audit; President Biden Backtracks With Clarification On Veto "Threat". Aired 8-9p ET
• Search For Survivors Intensifies 60-Plus Hours After Condo Collapse; Sideshow Acts Abound As Trump Circus Returns; Gen. Milley Rejects GOP Criticism About Lack Of Diversity At DOD; Biden Vows To Relocate Afghans Who Helped U.S. Aired 5-6p ET


June 25, 2021
• One Dead, 99 Missing in Florida Condo Collapse; 751 Unmarked Graves Found at Former High School; Chinese-Made Vaccines Face Efficacy Issues; Russia: British Warship Incident a 'Dangerous' Provocation; French Woman on Trial for Murder of Abusive Husband. Aired 12-12:45a ET
• One Dead, 99 Unaccounted for in Florida Condo Collapse; 751 Unmarked Graves Found at Former Indian School; Merkel: Europe on "Thin Ice" As Delta Variant Spreads; Chinese-Made COVID Vaccines Face Efficacy Issues; Efficacy Issues on China-made COVID Vaccines; Biden Hosting Afghan President in Washington; President Biden Meeting with Afghan President in Washington Friday; Afghan Allies will Not be Left Behind; U.S. and Afghanistan Made Gains Over the Past 20 Years. Aired 1-2a ET
• Search and Rescue Operation Continues for Survivors of Collapsed Tower in Florida; President Biden to Meet Ghani as Taliban Makes Play in Afghanistan; Vice President Kamala Harris is to Visit U.S-Mexico Border; Sentencing of Uyghurs is surging in Xinjiang; One Dead, 99 Unaccounted For In Florida Condo Collapse; Merkel: Europe On Thin Ice As Delta Variant Spreads; Rudy Giuliani Suspended From Practicing Law In New York State. Aired 2-2:45a ET
• One Confirmed Dead and 99 Still Unaccounted in Condo Collapse; President Biden Meeting with Afghan President Ashraf Ghani; Israel Back to Wearing Masks; U.K. Loosen Rules for Local Travelers; Ugandan Athlete Tested Positive for Delta Variant; Unmarked Graves Found At Former Indian School; Kamala Harris To Make First Trip To U.S.-Mexico Border As V.P.; Former Officer Derek Chauvin To Be Sentenced Today; Russia, British Warship Incident A Dangerous Provocation; Trading Blame After Deadly Strike; Denmark Turns Tragedy Into Inspiration In Euro 2020. Last Chance For Strawberry Full Moon. Aired 3-4a ET
• One Dead, 99 Unaccounted for in Florida Condo Collapse; Bipartisan Deal Faces Hurdles from Both Sides of the Aisle; Biden to Meet with Afghan President in Washington Today; Kamala Harris to Make First Trip to U.S.-Mexico Border as Vice President; Former Officer Derek Chauvin to be Sentenced Today; Giuliani Blocked from Practicing Law in New York; Excessive Heat Watch in Northwestern U.S. Aired 4- 4:30a ET
• One Dead, 99 Unaccounted for in Florida Condo Collapse; 751 Unmarked Graves Found at Former Indian School in Canada; TSA Tries to Crack Down on Attacks on Airline Workers; Pop Star Pleads with Judge to End Her Abusive Conservatorship; Miami Heat Ain in Collapsed Building Rescue; Conan O'Brien Signs Off from Nightly Talk Show. Aired 4:30-5a ET
• At Least Four Dead, 159 People Unaccounted for in Condo Collapse; At Least 30 People from Latin American Countries Reported Missing in Condo Collapse. Aired 10-10:30a ET
• At Least Four Dead, 159 People Unaccounted for in Condo Collapse; Vice President Harris in El Paso Visiting Southern Border after GOP Criticism; Attorney General Merrick Garland to Make Big Announcement on Voting Rights. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• At Least Four Dead, 159 Unaccounted for in Condo Collapse. Aired 1-1:30p ET
• Condo Collapse Information from Florida; Andy Hyatt is Interviewed about the Collapsed Condo; David Paulison is Interviewed about the Collapsed Condo; Rachel Spiegel is Interviewed about Missing Family. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• Florida Condo Rescue Efforts Continue; National Pulse Memorial; Derek Chauvin Set to Sentenced. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• Rachel Spiegel is Interviewed about a Missing Family Member; Chauvin Sentencing; Tera Brown is Interviewed about the Chauvin Sentencing. Today; Obstacles Remain for Bipartisan Infrastructure Deal. Aired 9:30-10a ET
• Derek Chauvin Sentencing Hearing. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• Soon: Judge Sentences Derek Chauvin for Murder of George Floyd; Derek Chauvin Sentenced to 22.5 years for George Floyd's Murder. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• At Least 4 Dead, 159 People Unaccounted for in Condo Collapse; Soon, Judge to Sentence Derek Chauvin for George Floyd Murder; Harris Speaks During 1st Visit to U.S./Mexico Border as Vice President; Rep. Henry Cuellar (D-TX) Discusses Visit of V.P. Harris' Visit to Border Amid Migrant Crisis; Biden Speaks Amid Condo Collapse Rescue Effort. Aired 1:30-2p ET
• Officials Give Update on Deadly Condo Collapse, Rescue Efforts; Derek Chauvin Faces Sentencing for Killing George Floyd. Aired 2:30-3p ET


June 24, 2021
• U.N. Alarmed By Reports Of Civilians Killed In Airstrike; Highly Transmissible Delta Variant Spreading In U.S. & E.U.; Taliban Making Gains In Afghanistan As U.S. Troops Withdraw; Hong Kong Newspaper Prints Final Edition; Taiwan's Foreign Minister: We Need To Prepare For Conflict With China; Britney Spears Asks Court To End 'Abusive' Conservatorship. Aired 12-12:45a ET
• Hong Kong's Apple Daily Publishes Final Edition; Delta Variant Detected In All U.S. States But South Dakota; Brazil Breaks Record With 115,000+ New Cases In One Day; Britney Spears Asks Court to End Abusive Conservatorship; Negotiators Say, Agreement in Principle Reached over Evergiven; Spiderman Attends Papal Audience, Meets Pope Francis. Aired 2-2:45a ET
• Tigray Region's Tension Killed 30 People; Taiwan's with a Blunt Warning to China; Delta Variant Spreading Rapidly Around the Globe; Cubans Risk Their Life Amid a Pandemic; Taliban Forces Taking Advantage of U.S. Troop Withdrawal; Beirut Museum Putting Pieces Back; Partial Building Collapses Near Miami; Hong Kong's National Security Law Shuts Apple Daily; Benigno Aquino III Dead At 61; Software Magnate's Demise, Authorities Say Everything Indicates Possible Suicide; Rainbow Flags Fly In Munich; Buckingham Palace's Annual Report; Britney Spears Breaks Her Silence. Aired 3-4a ET
• Highly Transmissible Delta Variant Spreading in U.S. & EU; Cuban Migrants Attempting Treacherous Sea Crossing; Taiwan Foreign Minister: We Need to Prepare for Conflict with China; Apple Daily's Final Edition; Russia Claims It Chased British Warship Out of its Waters in the Black Sea; Airstrike Kills Dozens as Ethiopia Awaits Election Results; Beirut Museum Works to Restore Treasured Artifacts; Cape Cormorant Rescue Operations; Britney Spears Asks Court to End "Abusive" Conservatorship. Aired 1-2a ET
• Rescuers Respond to Partial Building Collapse Near Miami; Bipartisan Group Reaches Deal on Infrastructure Plan; Biden Targets Gun Violence as Homicides Spike; Britney Spears Asks Court to Ende Abusive Conservatorship; Threat of Storms and Flooding Across U.S. Midwest; Emails Reveal Biden Camp's Frustration with Facebook; Newly- Released Videos Show Rioter Attacking Police. Aired 4-4:30a ET
• Top Officials Hit Back Against Offensive Republican Criticism; John McAfee Found Dead in Spanish Prison Cell; Delta Variant Detected in All States but South Dakota; Rescuers Respond to Partial Building Collapse Near Miami; Ethiopian Military Admits to Airstrike in Tigray; Hong Kong Newspaper Apple Daily Prints Final Edition; Buckingham Palace Admits It Must Do More on Diversity; Superstar is Born in NBA Playoffs. Aired 4:30-5a ET
• At Least One Dead after Condo Building Partially Collapses in Florida; Soon, Biden, Senators Meet after reaching Fragile Infrastructure Deal; New Videos Show Officers' View of Rioters Attacking Police. Aired 10-10:30a ET
• Surveillance Video Shows Collapse of Condo Building; Biden Lays Out Crime Prevention Strategy as Violence Spikes. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• Building Collapse in Florida; Rescues Underway at Collapsed Florida Condo; Live Press Conference on Building Collapse. Aired 9- 9:30a ET
• New Videos of Capitol Riot Released; Fragile Infrastructure Deal; Jocelyn Benson is Interviewed about Voter Fraud in Michigan; CDC Encourages Vaccine Despite Rare Heart Risks. Aired 9:30-10a ET
• Florida Building Collapse; President Biden Touts Bipartisan Infrastructure Agreement. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• Derek Chauvin Set For Sentencing; Rudy Giuliani's Law License Suspended in New York; President Biden Touts Bipartisan Infrastructure Agreement; Florida Building Collapse; Interview With National Economic Council Director Brian Deese. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• Miami Officials Say 99 People Unaccounted for After Building Collapse; Family of Paraguay's First Lady Missing in Building Collapse; Britney Spears Says I'm Traumatized by Abusive Conservatorship. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• Frantic Search and Rescue After Condo Collapses; Interview with Gabriel Groisman, Mayor of Bal Harbour; NY Suspends Rudy Giuliani From Practicing Law for Election Lies. Aired 1-1:30p ET
• Biden: "We Have a Deal" on Infrastructure; Fauci: Delta Variant Accounts for 1 in 5 Infections Nationwide; TSA Investigating New Assaults on Workers, Restarts Flight Attendant Self-Defense Training; "Lady Boss: The Jackie Collins Story" Premieres Sunday at 9:00 P.M. Eastern. Aired 1:30-2p ET
• Biden Speaks on Infrastructure Deal; 1 Dead, 30-Plus Rescued After Building Collapse Near Miami; David Paulison, Former FEMA Director, Discusses Search & Rescue Efforts After Florida Condo Collapse; Brian Deese, White House Director, National Economic Council, Discusses Biden's Bipartisan Deal on Infrastructure. Aired 2:30-3p ET


June 23, 2021
• India: Delta Plus Is Now A Variant Of Concern; W.H.O Warns Of Vaccine Shortages In Developing Countries; Cuba Says Home-Grown COVID Vaccine Is Highly Effective; Britney Spears To Address Court In Conservatorship Case; Bumble Gives Its Entire Staff A Week Off To Recharge. Aired 2-2:45a ET
• First Person Facing His Trial Under Hong Kong New Security Law; Africa Asking Countries to Help with their Vaccine Supply; Cuba's Effort Paid Off; Tokyo Olympic Fans Excited for the Games; Republicans Blocked Democrats' Voting Rights Bill; Bitcoin is Back and Surviving; Iran Election Aftermath; America's Longest War In Afghanistan; Violence Flares In Sheikh Jarrah; Ethiopia's Election Official, All Opposition Parties Report Harassment; Nicaragua's Former First Lady Detained By National Police; Hong Kong's Apple Daily Newspaper Announces Closure; Britney Spears To Speak Out; Bumble Gives Its Entire Staff A Week Off To Recharge; Wembley Stadium To Host 60,000 Fans For Final Matches; UEFA Says No To Rainbow Colors At Allianz Arena; The Elephant In The Room. Aired 3-4a ET
• Olympic Preps Enter Finals Stretch With Games A Month Away; First Person Charged Under National Security Law On Trial; 10% Of World's Population Fully-Vaccinated Against COVID-19; Nicaragua's Former First Lady Detained by National Police; Vote Counting Underway in Ethiopia; Britney Spears to Break Her Silence about Conservatorship. Aired 12-12:45a ET
• First Person Charged Under National Security Law on Trial in Hong Kong; U.N. Envoy: 50 Afghan Districts Fall to Taliban Since May; Olympic Preps Enter Final Stretch; Nicaragua's Former First Lady Detained by National Police; Ethiopia Elections: All Opposition Parties Report Harassment; WHO Warns of Vaccine Shortages in Developing Countries; Cuba Says Home-Grown COVID Vaccine is Highly Effective; Bumble Gives Its Entire Staff a Week off the Recharge; Britney Spears to Break Her Silence about Conservatorship; Billionaires' Friendly Space Race. Aired 1-2a ET
• Senate Republicans Block Landmark Voting Rights Bill; Biden to Speak on Gun Crime Prevention Strategy; U.S. to Miss July 4 Goal of 70 Percent of Adults with One Dose; Vatican Invokes Sovereign Status to Protest Gay Rights Bill; Britney Spears to Break Her Silence About Conservatorship. Aired 4-4:30a ET
• New York City Mayoral Race Winner Will Be Determined by Ranked Choice System; Senate Democrat Faces Questions Over Club Membership; Republicans Slam Critical Race Theory; Olympic Preps Enter Final Stretch with Games a Month Away; Heat Wave Raising Drought and Fire Worries in Western U.S.; First Gay Active NFL Player's Shirt Skyrockets in Sales; Richard Branson and Jeff Bezos Compete to be First. Aired 4:30-5a ET
• Member of Far-Right Oath Keepers to Plead Guilty in Insurrection; Senate Blocks Voting Rights Bill in Blow for Democrats; Supreme Court Rules in Favor of Cheerleader in Student Speech Case. Aired 10-10:30a ET
• Supreme Court Rules Unions Cannot Enter Private Businesses without Paying; President Set to Announce Gun Crime Prevention Strategy; Sources Say, Ivanka, Kushner Distancing Themselves from Trump. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• Biden Announces Crime Prevention Strategy; NYPD Outpacing Gun Arrests from 2020; Delta Variant Poses Greatest Threat; COVID-19 Deaths Have Fallen Dramatically. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• Britney Spears Set to Speak Out; Delta COVID Variant; Pedestrian Bridge Collapses in D.C.; Biden's New Anti-Crime Initiative. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• Democrats Facing Huge Hurdles as Infrastructure Talks Resume; Soon, Biden Announces Gun Crime Prevention Strategy; Fauci Calls Delta Variant Greatest Threat to Progress. Aired 1-1:30p ET
• White House Officials Huddle on Infrastructure; NYC Democrat Mayoral Primary Decided by Ranked Choice Voting; Restaurants Struggle to Find Workers. Aired 9:30-10a ET
• Vaccinating the World; Interview With Rep. John Sarbanes (D- MD); Infrastructure Negotiations; Fight For Voting Rights. Aired 3- 3:30p ET
• GOP Investigation in Michigan Rejects Trump's Election Lies; Sen. Mazie Hirono (D-HI) Discusses Democrats Sharpley Divided on Filibuster, Path Forward on Key Issues & Biden Soon to Announce Gun Crime Prevention Strategy; World Watching Highly-Anticipated Britney Spears Court Hearing on Conservatorship. Aired 1:30-2p ET
• Defense Department Leaders Spar with GOP Lawmakers on Critical Race Theory, Los Angeles Sees 50 Percent Rise in Gunshot Victims Compared to 2020, Biden to Unveil Effort to Combat Staggering Crime Surge, "Lady Boss -- The Jackie Collins Story" Premiers Sunday on CNN. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• Britney Spears in Court Today over Dad's Role in Conservatorship; Rep. Jackie Speier (D-CA) & Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand (D-NY) Discuss Bill to Overhaul Military Justice System Regarding Sexual Assaults, Pressure Mounting on Biden, Democrats as GOP Blocks Voting Bill; COVID "Long Haulers" Struggle with Symptoms Long After Infection. Aired 2:30-3p ET


June 22, 2021
• President-Elect Backs Nuclear Talks, Rules Out Meeting Biden; U.S., E.U., U.K., & Canada Impose New Sanctions On Belarus; Brazil's COVID-19 Crisis Killing Children At Alarming Rate; Taliban Taking Over Territory in Afghanistan; U.S. Nears 300 Mass Shootings This Year; Hong Kong's 'Apple Daily' May Have to Shut Down. Aired 12-12:45a ET
• Iran's Raisi Says No Meeting With Biden; President-Elect Backs Nuclear Talks, Rules Out Meeting Biden; Taliban Take Over Several Districts In Northern Afghanistan; Hong Kong's Apple Daily Newspaper may have to Shut Down; UNESCO Says, Great Barrier Reef Should be Listed as in Danger; Email Mishap Inspires Flood of Supportive Messages. Aired 2-2:45a ET
• UNESCO: Great Barrier Reef Should Be Listed As "In Danger"; Iranian President-Elect Backs Nuclear Talks, Rules Out Meeting Biden; Ethiopian Election Held Despite Boycott, Jailed Opponents, War; Taliban Take Over Several Districts in Northern Afghanistan; Hong Kong's "Apple Daily" Newspaper May Have to Shut Down; Brazil's COVID- 19 Crisis Killing Children at Alarming Rate; Colombia's COVID Death Toll Tops 100,000; Macron and Le Pen's Parties Fare Poorly in Regional Contests; Carl Nassib is First Active NFL Player to Announce He's Gay. Aired 1-2a ET
• White House: Crucial Week for Bipartisan Infrastructure Agreement; U.S. Nears 300 Mass Shootings This Year; North Korea: U.S. Risks Disappointment if it Hopes for Talks; Taliban Take Over Several Districts in Northern Afghanistan; Claudette Left a Trail of Destruction in U.S. Southeast; Justice Department Shares Video from Proud Boys Prosecution. Aired 4-4:30a ET
• Iran's New President Tough Approach to U.S.; North Korea Mocked U.S. Optimism for Talks; Ethiopians Voting After Years of Oppression; Taliban Group Taking Hold of Afghan Districts; WHO Ramping Up Efforts to Deliver Vaccines to Vulnerable Countries; Johannesburg Health Care in Dire Need of Medical Supplies; 500,000 Plus COVID-19 Deaths Reported In Brazil; Colombia's COVID-19 Death Toll Tops 100,000; At Least 140 Cases Confirmed At Copa America; COVID Long-Haulers Fighting For Visibility And Action; Hong Kong's Apple Daily Newspaper May Have To Shut Down. Olympic Organizers Will Allow Up To 10,000 Fans In Venues; Weightlifter To Become First Transgender Olympian; Great Barrier Reef Battle; Shock Test On U.S. Aircraft Carrier. Aired 3-4a ET
• Justice Department Shares Video from Proud Boys Prosecution; New York Voters to Cast Their Ballots in Democratic Primary; Fauci Hits Back at Critics Who Say He Flip-Flopped on Masks; W.H.O. Official Slams Lack of Vaccines for Vulnerable People; UNESCO: Great Barrier Reef Should Be Listed as "In Danger"; Supreme Court Sides with College Athletes Against NCAA; First Active NFL Player Comes Out as Gay. Aired 4:30-5a ET
• Senate Democrats Hold Key Test Vote Today on Election Overhaul Bill; White House to Focus on New Vaccination Milestone as Country is Expected to Fall Short of July 4 Goal; CNN Rides Along as Crime Rates Spike. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• Senate Dems Hold Key Test Vote Today on Election Overhaul Bill; Biden's Senior Team on Capitol Hill Today for Infrastructure Talks; Interview with Sen. Ron Wyden (D-OR). Aired 10-10:30a ET
• Senate Holds Key Test on Election Reform; Biden Meets with Key Democrats; DOJ Releases Video Involving Proud Boys; Pressure Mounts on Weisselberg; States with Low Vaccination Rate See Uptick in Cases. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• Labor Shortage?; White House Urges Younger People to Get Vaccinated; Republicans Set to Pass Voter Reform Bill. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• States With Low Vaccinations See Uptick in Cases; Huge Demand for Workers; New York City's Mayoral Election Day; Supreme Court Rules on Student Athletes; Nassib First Active NFL Player to Announce He's Gay. Aired 9:30-10a ET
• Labor Shortage?; White House Urges Younger People to Get Vaccinated; Republicans Set to Oppose Voter Reform Bill. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• Senate Dems Brace for Defeat on Sweeping Voting Rights Bill; Rift Remains on How to Pay for Bipartisan Infrastructure Plan; NYC Voting for New Mayor as Dems Look for Future of Party. Aired 1-1:30p ET
• Jill Biden Will Soon Tour Mississippi Vaccination Site; Missouri Doctor Says We've Seen Huge Outbreak of delta Variant, U.S. Government Seizes Dozens of News Website Domains Connected to Iran; California Plans to Pay Off All Unpaid Rent by Low Income People During the Pandemic; Migrant Children Wait to Be Reunited with Families Weeks After Arrival; The Long and Storied History of Making the Sausage. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• Raiders' Carl Nassib Becomes 1st Openly Gay Active NFL Player; California Plans to Pay Off COVID-Related Back Rent; Ice Cream Shop Doubled Pay to $15, Filled All Its Positions; Push to Reopen Shining Light on Pandemic's Toll on Mental Health; Lawmakers Concerned about Aggression, Violence Post-Pandemic. Aired 1:30-2p ET
• New York Mayoral Race; Republicans Set To Oppose Voter Reform Bill. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• NFL Tackling Gay Rights, Vaccine Deaths & Gun Violence; Schumer: Manchin Will Vote Yes To Open Debate On Election Bill; Manchin: Hope To Have Agreement Tomorrow On Infrastructure; Pressure Mounts On Trump Organization CFO To Turn On Trump; DOJ Releases Videos From Conspiracy Case Tied To Proud Boys; Trump Organization Sues NYC After Golf Course Contract Canceled In Wake Of Capitol Attack; Concerns Rising Inside White House Over Surge In Violent Crime. Aired 2:30-3p ET


June 21, 2021
• Concern Grows Over Rapid Spread of Delta Variant; China Surpasses 1 Billion Vaccine Doses Administered; China: Delta COVID-19 Variant Linked to Airport Restaurant Worker; First Look Inside Olympic and Paralympic Village; Hard-liner Raisi Will Take Office in Iran; Bennett to World Leaders: 'Wake Up' on Nuclear Deal; Biden Warned Putin of Consequences if Navalny Dies in Prison; Suspect Charged with Murder of American Student in Russia; First U.S. Trial Cruise Launches to Test COVID Measures. Aired 12-12:45a ET
• Concern Over Delta Variant Spread in Low Vaccination Areas; Olympic Organizers Weighing Whether to Allow Japanese Spectators; Voting Underway in What Government Calls First Free Election; Bennett Calls Raisi "Hangman of Tehran"; Black Fungus Cases Ravage India after COVID-19 Surge; Learning to Adapt to a Future with COVID-19; U.S. Preparing Sanctions Against Russia for Navalny Poisoning; suspect Charged with Murder of American Student in Russia; First U.S. Trial Cruise Launches to Test COVID Measures; China Sends First Astronauts to Help Construct New Space Station; Tropical Depression Claudette. Aired 1-2a ET
• President Biden's Vaccination Goal Might Fall Short; Health Officials Growing Concern on Delta Variant Spreading; Tokyo Olympic Organizers to Decide on Allowing Spectators; Mass Shootings in America Nears 300; Eric Adams Volunteer Stabbed; Hard-Liner Raisi Will Take Office At Pivotal Moment; Nine Children, 1 Adult Killed In Multivehicle Crash; Tropical Depression Claudette Drenching Southeastern U.S. Aired 2-3a ET
• Delta Variant Spreads Like Wildfire; Shenzhen Canceled 400 Flights; Ugandan Coach for Tokyo Olympics Tested Positive; Italy Finally Breathe a Sigh of Relief; Mass Shootings in the U.S. at an Alarming Rate; President Biden Need to Negotiate His Bill to Republicans; Moscow Bracing for More Sanctions; Multivehicle Accident Killed Nine Innocent Children; Voting Underway in Ethiopia's First Free Elections. Aired 3-4a ET
• U.S. Unlikely to Reach Biden's Vaccination Goal by July 4th; Concern Grows Over Rapid Spread of Delta Variant; Dozens of Delta Variant Cases Found In Shenzhen; Italy Easing Covid-19 Restrictions in Most Regions; Olympic Organizers Make Decision on Spectators at Games; Critics Blame Bolsonaro for Covid-19 Crisis in Brazil; Nine Children, 1 Adult Killed in Multi-Vehicle Crash; Tropical Depression Claudette Drenching Southeastern U.S.; Police: Truck Ramming at Pride Event a "Tragic Accident". Aired 4-4:30a ET
• Hong Kong to Reduce Quarantine for Fully Vaccinated Residents; Tough Negotiations Over President's Spending Proposals; Bipartisan Plan Proposes $1.2 Trillion in Spending; Nearly 300 Mas Shooting in 2021; Voters Head to Polls in Ethiopia After Decades of Repressive Rule; Hard-Liner Raisi Will Take Office in Iran at Pivotal Moment; Bennett to World Leaders: "Wake Up" on Nuclear Deal; John Rahm Wins First Major Championship. Aired 4:30-5a ET
• Congress to Resume Slate of Tense Negotiations over Voting Rights, Infrastructure and Police Reform; Supreme Court Issues Ruling on Student Athlete Payments; Nine Children, One Adult Killed in Fiery, Multi-Vehicle Crash in Alabama. Aired 10-10:30a ET
• Air Travel Hits Highest Level since March 2020; Schools Race to Vaccinate Students before Fall Classes Start; Negotiators Says, Progress in Iran Nuclear Talks, But Differences Remain. Aired 10:30- 11a ET
• Key Senate Vote Tomorrow on Election Reform; Multiple Deaths in Multi-Vehicle Crash in Alabama; New Vaccine Strategy Needed. Aired 9- 9:30a ET
• Nan Whaley is Interviewed about Mass Shootings in the U.S.; Voting for NYC Mayor; Lawmakers Netted in Probe of Congressional Staffers. Aired 9:30-10a ET
• Voting Rights Legislation; Supreme Court Rules on Student Athlete Compensation; Gun Violence; Air Travel Picking Up. Aired 2- 2:30p ET
• Nine Children, One Adult Killed in Fiery, Multi-Vehicle Crash; Trump Supporters Still Trying to Change Georgia Election Results; Iran's President-Elect Says He Won't Meet With Biden. Aired 1-1:30p ET
• Country Reopening; Gun Violence; New York Mayoral Race; President Obama Blasts Republicans Over Blocking Voting Reform. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• Study: Delta Variant Spreading Faster in Counties with Low Vaccinations; Democrats Face Uphill Battle on Voting Rights, Infrastructure, Police Reform; Key Senate Vote Tomorrow on Sweeping Elections Reform Bill; Study: Most Major U.S. Cities Have Become More Racially Segregated. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• Iran's President-Elect Says He Won't Meet with Biden; U.S. to Announce New Round of Russian Sanctions over Navalny; Florida Governor Beats Trump in Straw Poll; American Airlines Cutting Flights as Demand Jumps; Airlines Ask Justice Department to Handle Unruly Passenger Cases; Steve Edwards, President & CEO, CoxHealth, Discusses Low Vaccination Rates, Rising Hospitalizations in Greene County, Missouri. Aired 1:30-2p ET
• Obama Slams Senate GOP For Plan To Avoid Debate On Voter Reform; Nine Children, One Adult Killed In Horrific Highway Crash In Alabama; U.S., U.K., E.U., Canada To Sanction Belarus Over Forced Landing Flight To Arrest Journalist; Suspect Charged With Murder Of American Student In Russia; Iran's President-Elect Says He Won't Meet With Biden; CDC: Young Adults Least Likely To Be Vaccinated, Interest Declining; Tokyo Olympics To Allow Spectators & Look At Olympic Village. Aired 2:30-3p ET


June 20, 2021
• Brazil Passes 500,000 COVID-19 Deaths; Iran Election; COVID-19 Delta Variant Becoming Dominant Strain; Tokyo Olympics Considering Cap on Spectator Numbers; Ethiopian Elections; North Korea Food Supply under Stress; U.S. Speeds Up Visas for Afghans; Construction Flaws Led to Mexico Rail Collapse; Western U.S. Heat Wave Raising Drought and Fire Concerns. Aired 12-1a ET
• Iran Election; U.S. Federal Holiday Celebrates the End of Slavery; Race in America; Vaccine Supplies Dwindle in African Countries; Ethiopian Elections; Construction Flaws Led to Mexico Rail Collapse; Tornado Destroys Dozens of Homes in Alabama. Aired 2-3a ET
• Iran Election; Tornado Destroys Dozens of Homes in Alabama; COVID-19 Delta Variant Becoming Dominant Strain; Brazil Passes 500,000 COVID-19 Deaths; Vaccine Supplies Dwindle in African Countries; Policing in America; Well-to-do Community Residents Seek Secession from Atlanta; North Korea Food Supply under Stress; U.S. Federal Holiday Celebrates the End of Slavery. Aired 3-4a ET
• Iran Election; Western U.S. Heat Wave Raising Drought And Fire Concerns; Policing In America; Well-To-Do Community Residents Seek Secession From Atlanta; COVID-19 Delta Variant Becoming Dominant Strain; Ugandan Olympic Coach Tests Positive For COVID-19; Tokyo Olympics Considering Cap On Spectator Numbers; U.S. Federal Holiday Celebrates The End Of Slavery. Aired 4-5a ET
• Western U.S. Heat Wave Raising Drought And Fire Concerns; Iran Election; Parkland Survivor On Rising Gun Violence; From The Capitol Riot To Running For Office; COVID-19 Delta Variant Becoming Dominant Strain; North Korea Food Supply Under Stress; Ethiopian Elections; Biden Family Bids Farewell To Champ; College Student Donates Unused Meal Plan Money To Homeless. Aired 5-6a ET
• U.S. Shootings Soar As America Faces A Violent Summer; $1.2 Trillion Bipartisan Infrastructure Plan Gains Steam; U.S. Preparing More Russia Sanctions: New DOJ Videos Of January 6th Insurrection Released; Experts Warn About Impact Delta Variant Could Have On Olympic Games; GOP Targets Critical Race Theory As America Celebrates Juneteenth. Aired 2-3p ET
• Multi-vehicle Crash In Alabama Kills 10 People; Gun Violence Continues Across The U.S.; Driver Crashes Into Pride Parade In Florida; Some Capitol Rioters Running For Office; Former Vice President Mike Pence Heckled At A Conference; Royal Caribbean Test Cruises For COVID Safety Protocols; U.S. Bishops Threaten Communion Ban On President Joe Biden; Federal Reserve Rate Hike Expected Next Year; Meghan Markle New Children's Book "The Bench." Aired 5-6p ET
• One Man Dead After Truck Hits People At Pride Parade; New Bipartisan Infrastructure Package Picking Up Steam; Interview With Rep. Seth Moulton (D-MA) About The Infrastructure Bill; Exploring The January 6th Insurrection; GOP Figures; Weekend Shootings; Chauvin To Be Sentenced; CNN Heroes. Aired 4-5p ET
• Interview With Rep. Ro Khanna (D-CA); Nine Children And One Adult Killed In Interstate Crash In Alabama; 149 Million Americans Now Fully Vaccinated In The U.S. Aired 3-4p ET
• Nine Children, One Adult Killed In 15-Car Pileup In Alabama; CNN Special Report Explores Roots Of Trump's Insurrection; Search Underway For Gunman Who Stormed Texas Deputy's Home; QAnon Inflames Bogus Arizona Audit Misinformation; Royal Caribbean Test Cruise Sets Sail; Meghan Markle Says Children's Book Inspired By Father's Day Gift To Prince Harry. Aired 6-7p ET
• Interview With Andy Slavitt About The COVID Delta Variant; Nine Children, One Adult Killed In 15-Car Pileup In Alabama; Volunteer For NYC Mayoral Candidate Stabbed Multiple Times; Suspect Charged With Murder Of American Student In Russia; Former Nixon Counsel's Book Explores Trump Supporter's Mindset, CNN Tours The Olympic Village; Lost Hiker Survives Bear Attack. Aired 7-8p ET
• U.S. Shootings Spiking Amid Fears of Violent Summer in America; Interview with Representative Ritchie Torres (D-NY) about the Capitol Insurrection; China Sends First Astronauts to Help Construction New Space Station; CNN Special Report Explores the Roots of Trump's Insurrection; Meghan Markle Reveals Inspiration for New Children's Book. Aired 8-9p ET


June 19, 2021
• Iran's Next President; COVID-19 Delta Variant Becoming Dominant Strain; Scotland Holds England to 0-0 Tie at Wembley. Aired 12-12:15a ET
• Iran's Next President; COVID-19 Delta Variant Becoming Dominant Strain; U.S. Catholic Bishops Advance Communion Document Plan; Western U.S. Facing Worst Drought in 20 Years; India Black Fungus; Scotland Holds England to 0-0 Tie at Wembley. Aired 2-2:45a ET
• Iran's Next President; COVID-19 Delta Variant Becoming Dominant Strain; E.U. to Loosen Travel Restrictions for Summer; North Korean Leader "Fully Prepared for Confrontation" with U.S.; U.S. Investigators Release New Videos of Capitol Riots; U.S. Catholic Bishops Advance Communion Document Plan; Western U.S. Facing Worst Drought in 20 Years. Aired 3-4a ET
• Iran's Next President; COVID-19 Delta Variant Becoming Dominant Strain; Western U.S. Facing Worst Drought in 20 Years; E.U. to Loosen Travel Restrictions for Summer; Ugandan Olympic Athletes Head to Japan amid COVID-19 Fears; U.S. Catholic Bishops Advance Communion Document Plan; U.S. Investigators Release New Videos of Capitol Riots; Scotland Holds England to 0-0 Tie at Wembley. Aired 4-5a ET
• Iran's Next President; U.S. Investigators Release New Videos of Capitol Riots; Western U.S. Facing Worst Drought in 20 Years; U.S. Bipartisan Infrastructure Plan Gaining Steam on Capitol Hill; COVID-19 Delta Variant Becoming Dominant Strain; Palestinians Cancel Pfizer Vaccine Agreement with Israel; India Black Fungus; U.S. Catholic Bishops Advance Communion Document Plan; Some Restaurants Aim to Keep Post-COVID Outdoor Space. Aired 5-6a ET
• Many Across U.S. Celebrate as June 19th Marking End of Slavery in U.S. Becomes Federal Holiday; Tulsa Race Massacre Remembered During Juneteenth; Voting Reform Bills Likely to Fail in Senate Due to Republicans Opposition; Heatwave Affecting U.S. Southwest; Gang Related Shooting Takes Place in New York Near Two Children; New Video Released of Violence Committed by Capitol Rioter; Republican Candidate in Florida Accused of Threatening Political Rival with Hit Squad; Pentagon Moving Some Missile Defense Systems out of Middle East in Response to Perceived Possible Threats from China and Russia; Ebrahim Raisi Wins Iranian Presidential Election. Aired 10-11a ET
• New DOJ Videos Show Violent Mob Attacking Officers On Jan 6th; Nearly Seven Million Under Tropical Storm Warning As Claudette Makes Landfall Near New Orleans; CDC: Delta Variant May Become Predominant Variant In U.S.; More Than 280 Mass Shootings In U.S. Already This Year; Congress Passes Bill Making Juneteenth A Federal Holiday; Atlanta Community Moves To Separate From City Over Rising Crime. Aired 12-1p ET
• Gun Violence Epidemic; Dozens Of Portland Police Resign From Special Unit; Interview With Gov. Asa Hutchinson (R-AR); Florida Congressional Race Hit With Reports Of A Possible Death Threat; Pence Heckled At Religious Conservative Conference; Kim Jong-un Admits North Korea Is Facing "Tense Food Situation"; Hardline Conservative Candidate Wins Iran's Presidential Election. Aired 11a-12p ET
• Many Across U.S. Celebrate June 19th As Marking End Of Slavery In U.S., Becomes Federal Holiday; Interview With Rep. Maxine Waters (D-CA); Gang-Related Shooting Takes Place In New York Near Two Children; Interview With San Jose, California, Mayor Sam Liccardo (D); New Video Released Of Violence Committed By Capitol Rioters; National Strategy For Combatting Domestic Terrorism Examined; Heatwave Affects U.S. Southwest As Tropical Storm Claudette Threatens U.S. Gulf Coast. Aired 2-3p ET
• Gunman Shoots Man As Children Dive For Cover In Broad Daylight In N.Y.; Rising Crime Becoming Major Issue In NYC Mayoral Race; New DOJ Video Show Violent Mob Attacking Officers On Jan. 6; Nearly Seven Million Under Tropical Storm Warning As Claudette Makes Landfall Near New Orleans; Tulsa Celebrates Juneteenth And Anniversary Of Race Massacre; Atlanta Suburb Moves To Separate From City Over Rising Crime. Aired 1-2p ET
• Justice Department Releases New Video from January 6 Attack; CDC Calls COVID-19 Delta Variant a "Variant of Concern"; Report: Latinos Killed by Police Severely Undercounted; Legal Analyst Elie Honig Answers Viewers' Legal Questions in "Cross Exam"; E.U. Lifts Travel Restrictions for Americans. Aired 3-4p ET
• Justice Department Releases New Video from January 6 Attack; Survey: Many American Poll Workers Fear for Their Lives; Possible Tornado Damage in Alabama; Dangerous Heat, Extreme Drought Grips Much of Western U.S.; Tropical Storm Claudette Drenches U.S. Gulf Coast; Atlanta Suburb Moves to Separate from City over Rising Crime. Aired 4- 5p ET
• Americans Mark New Federal Holiday Commemorating End of Slavery; Rep. Jim Clyburn (D-SC) is Interviewed About Juneteenth; Pence Heckled at Religious Conservative Conference, called "Traitor"; U.S. Catholic Bishops Advance Steps Toward Possible Biden Rebuke; Biden Responds to Possibility He Could Be Denied Communion; Hardline Judiciary Chief Ebrahim Raisi Wins Iran's Presidential Vote Amid Low Turnout. Aired 5-6p ET
• More than 280 Mass Shootings in The U.S. this Year Alone; Partisan Divide Puts Much of Biden Agenda at Gridlock; Tornado Destroys Dozens of Homes in Alabama; Conservative Arizona Radio Host Blasts Election Audit; Federal Holiday Celebrates the End of Slavery; NYT: Charges Against Trump's Finance Chief Could Come this Summer. Aired 6-7p ET
• Republican Reality Rewrite Machine Accelerates Out of Control; Interview with Representative John Yarmuth (D-KY) about Republicans and Infrastructure Bill; Delta Variant May Become Predominant Variant in the U.S.; FBI Says QAnon Followers may become More Violent; Dangerous Drought and Soaring Temps Put Much of the West in Jeopardy; Biden Family Bids Farewell to Champ. Aired 7-8p ET
• More than 280 Mass Shooting in U.S. This Year Alone; Tornado Destroys Dozens of Homes in Alabama; Federal Holiday Celebrates the End of Slavery; Poll: 40 Percent Of White Evangelicals Said They Won't Get Shots; Key Inflation Indication Records Biggest Jump On Record; Europe To Welcome Americans For Non-Essential Travel. Aired 8-9p ET


June 18, 2021
• Likely New Iranian President is Hardliner; Taiwan's Medigen Seeking Green Light for Vaccine; Japan to Lift Most States of Emergency on Sunday; Israel Strikes Gaza a Second Time Over Incendiary Devices; Kim Admits North Korea Faces Food Shortages; Right-Wing Media, GOP Lawmakers Peddle Theory that FBI Was Behind Insurrection; UEFA Reminds Teams of Contractual Obligations. Aired 12-12:45a ET
• Iran Voting for Their New President; Vladimir Putin Praise President Biden; Israel Strikes Gaza on Thursday; Beijing Blocks Vaccine Into Taiwan; Taiwan Develop Their Own Vaccine; European Union Open Their Door to Tourists; China Ramps Up Pressure On Taiwan; Migrant Workers In Thailand Struggle To Help Families Back Home; Tokyo Olympics, Organizers Considering The Number Of Spectators To Safely Allow. Aired 3-3:45a ET
• Polls Open in Iran's Presidential Election; Taiwan is Ramping Up Vaccines Amid COVID Surge; Lebanon Faces Fuel Crisis; Kim Jong-un Admits North Korea Faces Food Shortages; China Ramps Up Pressure on Taiwan; China Ramps Up Pressure On Taiwan; More Olympic Safety Decisions; Sponsors Pushing Back Against Athletes' Snubs; Supreme Court Rejects Conservative Challenge To Obamacare, Upholds Law For The Third Time; A Small Georgia Town Known As The Birthplace Of The KKK Will Celebrate Juneteenth For The First Time This Year. Aired 2-2:45a ET
• Hardline Cleric Raisi Favorite in Presidential Race; Migrant Workers in Thailand Struggle to Help Families Back Home; Japanese Leader: Keep Games Safe, Watch Them on TV; Putin Praises Biden, Calling Him a "Professional"; Nearly A Dozen Run for Office after Supporting Trump on January 6; Former President Gbagbo Returns to Ivory Coast from Exile; State Media: Kim Admits North Korea Faces Food Shortages; Lebanon Faces Energy Shortage Amid Economic Problems; New U.S. Federal Holiday Commemorates the End of Slavery; Birthplace of Modern Day KKK Prepares to Mark Holiday. Aired 1-2a ET
• Today Marks Emancipation Slaves as Official U.S. Holiday; Voting Rights Bill Faces Uncertain Future in U.S. Senate; U.S. Department of Justice Releases New Bodycam Video of Riot; Nearly a Dozen Run for Office After Supporting Trump on January 6; Putin Praises Biden, Calling Him a "Professional"; Hardline Cleric Raisi Favorite in Iranian Presidential Race; U.S. Seeing Alarming Spike in Gun Violence; Storm Warning Along Gulf Coast; Support for Bipartisan Infrastructure Deal Grows. Aired 4-4:30a ET
• Europe Poised to Welcome Back American Tourists; Study: Children, Young Adults Behind England Case Rise; Olympic Organizers Considering How Many Spectators to Safely Allow; State Media: Kim Admits North Korea Faces Food Shortages; New U.S. Federal Holiday Commemorates the End of Slavery; Birthplace of Modern Day KKK Prepares to Mark Holiday. Aired 4:30-5a ET
• New Capitol Riot Video Shows Mob Beating, Trampling Police; Sen. Mitch McConnell (R-KY) Slams Sen. Joe Manchin (D-WV) Proposed Changes to Voting Bill; Juneteenth Now a Federal Holiday. Aired 10- 10:30a ET
• Florida GOP Under Fire over Deleted Tweet Accusing Democrat of Anti-Semitism, Party Claims Tweet was Typo; U.N. Warns of Surging Displacement Globally. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• New Capitol Riot Video Shows Mob Beating, Trampling Police; 1 Dead, 4 other Shot in "Random" Shooting Spree in Arizona; Some Progressive Democrats Urge Justice Breyer to Retire. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• New Video Shows Capitol Rioter Taunting, Punching Police; Sen. Mitch McConnell (R-KY) Slams Sen. Joe Manchin (D-WV) Voting Rights Compromise; Delta Variant Fears Grow amid Race to Vaccinate. Aired 1- 1:30p ET
• McConnell Slams Manchin's Proposed Changes To Voting Bill; CDC Dir.: Delta Variant Will Probably Become Dominant Strain In U.S.; Historic Drought Batters Parts Of Western U.S. Aired 9:30-10a ET
• Gun Violence; Interview With Former Senior White House COVID Response Adviser Andy Slavitt; New Capitol Riot Footage. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• New Capitol Riot Footage; President Biden Celebrates 300 Million Vaccine Shots; Gun Violence. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• Schumer to Hold Test Vote on Voting Rights Bill Tuesday; GOP Crushes Manchin's Hopes for Voting Rights Compromise; Cruz: Critical Race Theory "Every Bit as Racist" as KKK; Combating "Re-Entry Syndrome" As Nation Returns to Normal; Unprecedented Hot, Dry Conditions Grip Western U.S.; Motown Museum Gets $5 Million From MacKenzie Scott. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• Over 45 Percent of Americans Fully Vaccinated But Variant Fears Grow Amid Race to Vaccinate; Historic Drought Grips Parts of Western U.S.; U.S. Olympic Runner Blames Burrito for Steroids; Rep. Henry Cuellar (D-TX) Discusses GOP Squashing Manchin's Hopes for Voting Rights Compromise, TX Governor Taking Public Donations to Build Border Wall. Aired 1:30-2p ET
• GOP Kills Manchin's Bipartisan Election Bill Pitch; Iran Election Expected To Deliver Ultra-Conservative President; Big Wall Street Banks Looking To End Work From Home; Biden Commemorates 300 Million COVID Shots In 150 Days. Aired 2:30-3p ET


June 17, 2021
• Prime Minister Suga To Decide Thursday On Lifting State Of Emergency; Rakuten Working To Speed Vaccination Process; Militants Float More Incendiary Balloons Into Israel; Biden Warns Of 'Devastating' Consequences If Navalny Dies; Former U.S. Advisor: Putin Displayed 'Classic' Whataboutism. Aired 12-12:45a ET
• President Biden View His Summit with Putin as Successful; Hong Kong Police Arrested Five Journalists; Tension Starting to Build Up Between Israel and Gaza; French People Awaits Lifting of Restrictions; Heat Wave Blankets U.S. Southwest; President Biden On The Global Stage; Putin And Biden Meet Face-To-Face, Issue Praise And Warnings; Some Republican Criticize Biden After Putin Summit; Supreme Leader Encourages People To Vote In Election; Peru's Presidential Election; Shoddy Construction Led To Deadly Rail Collapse; Prime Minister Suga To Decide Today On Lifting State Of Emergency; Japan's Slow Vaccine Rollout Is Picking Up Pace; Docking Expected Soon At China's Space Station Module; Bottlegate At Euro 2020. Aired 3-4a ET
• Putin and Biden Meet Face-to-Face, Issue Praise and Warnings; Divisions Over Cyberattacks and Human Right Persist; Militants Float More Incendiary Balloons into Israel; Wildfires Grow as Heat and Dry Conditions Grip U.S.; U.S. Federal Reserve Expects Interest Rate Hike in 2023; Democratic Senators Meet White House Officials on Infrastructure; Democrats Court Manchin Over Major Voting Bill. Aired 4-4:30a ET
• Putin and Biden Meet Face-to-Face, Issue Praise and Warnings; China Sends Astronauts to Its Space Station for First Time; Europe's First Big Heat Wave of the Year Hits Paris; Biden And Putin Meet Face- To-Face; Militants Launch Incendiary Balloons Into Israel; China Launches Astronauts To Its Space Station. Aired 2-2:45a ET
• Putin and Biden Meet Face to Face; Supreme Leader Encourages People to Vote in Election; Shoddy Construction Led to Deadly Rail Collapse; Putin & Biden Meet Face to Face, Issue Praise and Warnings; Hong Kong Police Arrest Pro-Democracy Newspaper Directors; Militants Float More Incendiary Balloons Into Israel; Japan PM Suga to Decide Thursday on Lifting State of Emergency. Aired 1-2a ET
• Putin and Biden Meet Face-to-Face, Issue Praise and Warnings; NIH Director: Delta Variant is Another Reason to Get Vaccinated; NHK: Japan to Lift Most States of Emergency on Sunday; Southern Baptists Split Over Critical Race Theory; First Crew Docks at China's Future Space Station. Aired 4:30-5a ET
• Senators Support Infrastructure; Abrams Supports Manchin's Compromise; McCarthy Says Biden Gave Putin a Pass; Fanone Blasts Clyde; Stunning Testimony for Capitol Inspector General. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• GOP Escalates Defense, Denial, Downplaying of January 6 Insurrection; Supreme Court Issues Ruling on Affordable Care Act; Supreme Court Rules on Case of Catholic Agency Refusing to Work with Same-Sex Couples. Aired 10-10:30a ET
• Fiona Hill is Interviewed about the Biden/Putin Meeting; U.S. Marshals Service Faces Shortage; Shoplifting Surge in San Francisco; Warning about Delta Variant. Aired 9:30-10a ET.
• Supreme Court Leaves Affordable Care Act in Place; Two Big Rulings, Supreme Court Leaves Obamacare in Place, Backs Catholic Agency That Refused to Work with Same-Sex Couples. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• Theft Surge in California?; Bipartisan Infrastructure Deal?; Interview With Virginia Attorney General Mark Herring; Supreme Court Upholds Obamacare. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• American Prisoners in Russia; Supreme Court Upholds Obamacare; New Footage of Capitol Riot Released. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• Supreme Court Leaves Affordable Care Act in Place; Rep. Kevin McCarthy Slams Biden for Giving Putin a Pass Despite Trump Siding with Russian President in Helsinki. Aired 1-1:30p ET
• Putin Will Be Working on Possible Prisoner Swap with U.S.; Parents of American in Russian Prison Weigh in on Summit; Soon Biden Signs Bill to Make Juneteenth a Federal Holiday; Martin Luther King's Daughter on Juneteenth; Harris Speaks on Juneteenth Becoming a Holiday. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• Fulton County, GA, Elections Director, Discusses Election Falsehoods; Death Threats Haunting Election Workers Nationwide; Slavitt: Delta Variant Is Like "COVID on Steroids"; Nearly 25 Percent of COVID Patients Have Post-COVID Condition; Sen. Ben Cardin (D-MD) Discusses Biden Fighting for Domestic Agenda, Manchin Voting Rights Proposal Getting Boost from Stacey Abrams, McConnell Already Nixing Manchin Compromise, Whether Justice Breyer Should Retire. Aired 1:30- 2p ET
• California Businesses Witnessing Troublesome Crime Surge; State Rep. Rafael Anchia (D-TX) Discusses Walking Out Of Statehouse To Stop Restrictive Voting Rights Bill, TX Governor Fundraising For Border Wall; GOP State Lawmakers Seek To Ban Teaching Critical Race Theory. Aired 2:30-3p ET


June 16, 2021
• Biden & Putin Begin With High-Stakes Meeting In Geneva Soon; IDF Strikes Gaza Over "Incendiary Balloons"; Biden Prepares For Putin's Tactics Ahead Of Meeting; Biden Prepares for Putin's Tactics Ahead of Meeting; Report Examines South Korea's 'Pervasive' Digital Sex Crimes. Aired 12-12:45a ET
• Biden And Putin Begin High-Stakes Meeting In Geneva Soon; China Sends 28 Warplanes Into Taiwan's Defense I.D. Zone; IDF Strikes Gaza Over Incendiary Balloons; Biden and Putin's Anticipated Meeting Just Hours Away; 50 Million under Heat Alert in Western U.S. Aired 2-2:45a ET
• World Watches the Biden-Putin Summit; President Biden Well- Informed About Putin's Behavior; E.U. Commission Underline Where They Can Agree with China; China Show its Military Force in Taiwan; Israel and Hamas War Reignited; President Biden Tells Allies, America Is Back; Biden And Putin Begin High-Stakes Meeting In Geneva Soon; Lessons Learned From Trump-Putin Summit; China Readies For Return To Space. Aired 3-4a ET
• Biden and Putin Begin High-Stakes Meeting in Geneva Soon; E- mails: Trump, Allies Pushed DOJ to Probe False Election Claims; More than 50 Million Under Heat Alert in Western U.S.; Expert: U.S. Must Keep Vaccinating and Testing. Aired 4-4:30a ET
• Biden and Putin Begin High-Stakes Meeting in Geneva Soon; Israel Launches Airstrikes in Gaza Over "Incendiary Balloons"; China Sends 28 Warplanes Into Taiwan's Defense ID Zone; Biden Projects Western Unity Ahead of Putin Meeting; Putin Wants to Keep Navalny Off Meeting Agenda; Japan Aims for 1 Million Vaccine Shots Per Day by End of June; Athletes May be Disqualified for Breaking COVID Rules; Devastating Cost of Digital Sex Crimes in South Korea; Nicaraguan Crackdown; China to Send Three Astronauts into Space This Week. Aired 1-2a ET
• Biden and Putin Begin High-Stakes Meeting in Geneva Soon; Biden Projects Wester Unity Ahead of Putin Meeting; Biden and Putin Likely to Discuss Prisoner Swaps; Putin Wants to Keep Navalny Off Meeting Agenda; Israel Launches Airstrikes in Gaza over Incendiary Balloons; China Sends 28 Warplanes into Taiwan's Defense ID Zone; Russia Expert: U.S. Wants to Avoid Giving Putin a Big Platform. Aired 4:30-5a ET
• Second Round of Biden-Putin Talks Now Underway. Aired 10-10:30a ET
• High Stakes Summit with Biden and Putin; Richard Haass is Interviewed about the Summit. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• Second Round of Biden-Putin Talks Now Underway; Harris to Meet with Texas Lawmakers Who Blocked Restrictive Voting Bill; Israeli Military Airstrikes Hit Gaza in Response to Incendiary Balloons. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• House Grills FBI Director; First Round of Biden-Putin Talks; Second Round of Talks Now Underway. Aired 9:30-10a ET.
• Biden Meets With Putin. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• Bipartisan Group of Senators Pitches Infrastructure Deal to Larger Group; Putin Says, I Don't Think There Was Any Hostility Between Biden and Me; Biden Says, I Did What I Came to Do with Putin; Biden Says Genuine Prospect to Significantly Improve Russia Relations; Biden Says Ridiculous for Putin to Compare Jan. 6 Protests to Russia Protests; Morgan Stanley Boss Says to Workers, If You Can Go to A Restaurant, You Can Come into The Office. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• Biden Holds News Conference after Summit Talks with Putin. Aired 1-1:30p ET
• Biden's High-Stakes Summit With Putin. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• Biden Speaks Following Meeting with Putin, Answers Reporter's Questions. Aired 1:30-2p ET
• Biden: "There Were No Threats" During Summit Talks With Putin; Biden Departs Geneva After Summit Talks With Putin; Biden, Putin Say Meeting Was Productive; Biden: Putin Agreed To Task Experts On Preventing Cyberattacks. Aired 2:30-3p ET


June 15, 2021
• NATO Leaders Discuss "Threat," China "Challenges"; U.S. Assessing Reported Leak At Chinese Nuclear Power Facility; U.K. PM Delays Easing Of COVID Restrictions On England; White House Pushing Back on Criticism of Putin Meeting; Belarusian Journalist Says He'll Cooperate with Investigation; U.S. Airlines Seeing Sharp Rise in Unruly Passengers. Aired 12-12:45a ET
• Putin Prepares For Putin Meeting; China Blasts NATO Statement As Cold War Mentality; IOC V.P. In Japan To Coordinate Preparations For Games; Biden and Putin Share Contentious History Ahead of Talks; New Government Approves Far-Right March in Jerusalem. Aired 2-2:45a ET
• Biden Meets EU Leaders Ahead of Putin Summit; Biden: Putin is Bright, Tough and a Worthy Adversary; Russia: Ready to Hand Over Jailed Americans Except Whelan; NATO Leaders Discuss Russia "Threat," China "Challenges"; Trump Administration Secretly Obtained CNN Correspondent Records; Dangerous Heat Wave Bakes Much of Western U.S. U.S. Assessing Reported Leak at Chines Nuclear Power Facility. Aired 4-4:30a ET
• Russia Pays Attention to President Biden's Tone; President Biden Delivered a Message of Unity; China Not Pleased by NATO's Message; U.K. Delays Lifting of Restrictions; President Biden Pleas to Americans to Have the Vaccine; Delta Variant Spreads Like Wildfire in 70 Countries; President Biden Prepares For High Stakes Meeting With Putin; U.S. And Turkey Presidents Hold Bilateral Meeting; New Government Approves Far-Right March In Jerusalem; Russian mercenaries Accused Of Atrocities In CAR; Finland's Captain Describes Shock Over Eriksen Collapse; Message Of Support For Christiane Amanpour. Aired 3- 4a ET
• Russian Mercenaries Accused of Mass Murder in Central African Republic; 13th Opposition Figure Arrested by Ortega Government; Garland Pledges Thorough investigation into Subpoenas; Organizers Set to Unveil Latest COVID Rules Ahead of Olympics; Biden Meets E.U. Leaders Ahead of Putin Summit; NATO Members Vow to Address Challenges from China; U.K. Prime Minister Johnson Delays Lockdown Lifting in England. Aired 1-2a ET
• U.S. Health Experts Express Concern Over Delta Variant; U.K. Prime Minister Johnson Delays Lockdown Lifting in England; FBI: QAnon "Digital Soldiers" May Become More Violent; Partisan Hand Recount of Ballots Nearly Finished; U.S. Airlines Seeing Sharp Rise in Unruly Passengers. Aired 4:30-5a ET
• Trump Pressured Attorney General to Back Fraudulent Election Claims; Biden Arrives in Geneva Ahead of Putin Summit Tomorrow. Aired 10-10:30a ET
• Biden Arrives in Geneva Ahead of Putin Summit Tomorrow; Experts Concerned Over Rapid Spread of Delta Coronavirus Variant. Aired 10:30- 11a ET
• Interview With Rep. Sheila Jackson Lee (D-TX); New E-Mails Reveal Trump Efforts to Overturn Election; Biden Set to Meet With Putin. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• Biden Meets with EU Leaders; Trump Pressured AG; Democrats Probe DOJ Surveillance of Lawmakers; McConnell Comments on Supreme Court; Aired 9-9:30a ET
• Evelyn Farkas is Interviewed about the Biden/Putin Meeting; FBI Warns of QAnon Threat; House Leaders Meet with Pelosi; California Reopens Today; NIH Says COVID was in the U.S. in December 2019. Aired 9:30-10a ET.
• FBI Director on Capitol Hill; Biden Set to Meet With Putin. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• Biden in Geneva for Showdown with Putin; Emails Show Trump Pressured DOJ to Challenge 2020 Election Results; White House Unveils New Strategy to Combat Domestic Extremism. Aired 1-1:30p ET
• Videos Show Ocean City Police Kicking, Tasing Teens Stopping Them to Enforce a Boardwalk Vaping Ban; NAACP Demands Investigation of Ocean City Incident; GOP Representative Apologizes for Offensive Holocaust Comparison; California Reopens with Some Restrictions. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• Russia Says American Paul Whelan Won't Be Part of Any Prisoner Swap; California Reopens Today, Lifts Some COVID Restrictions; Sen. Bob Menendez (D-NJ) Discusses Biden's Upcoming Meeting with Russia's Putin, Sen. McConnell Suggesting Senate Not Open Probe into Secret Data Collection of Congressional Members. Aired 1:30-2p ET
• CDC Now Calls Delta Variant A "Variant Of Concern; Former White House COVID Advisor: Vaccine Effective Against Delta Variant; Delta Air Lines Passengers & Crew Subdue Off-Duty Flight Attendant; Several High-Profile Americans Issue Public Apologies. Aired 2:30-3p ET


June 14, 2021
• G-7 Members Wrap Up Meeting; Netanyahu Ousted as New Coalition Government is Approved; U.S. Assessing Reported Leak at Chinese Nuclear Power Plant; Christian Eriksen Continues Recovery after Collapse; Olympic Games Set to Kick Off in Six Weeks Despite Opposition; Japan's Minister of Loneliness Appointed to Deal with Mental Health Crisis; U.S. and Russian Presidents Preparing for Face- to-Face Talks; Aung San Suu Kyi Set to Face Trial Today; U.S. President Biden and First Lady Meet Queen in Windsor. Aired 12-12:45a ET
• Knesset Voted for Naftali Bennett as Israel's New Prime Minister; Former P.M. Benjamin Netanyahu Promise to Come Back; President Biden to Attend NATO Summit; Former FDA Chief Warns of More Cases This Fall; England's Freedom from Lockdown Could be Jeopardized by a Variant Spread; G7 Summit: Members Wrapped Up Meeting in England; U.S. President Biden and First Lady Meet Queen in Windsor; Pandemic Has Worsened Mental Health Crisis in Japan. Aired 3-4a ET
• Netanyahu Ousted As New Coalition Government is Approved; U.S. President Attends NATO Summit in Brussels Today; U.S. & Russian Presidents Preparing for Face-to-Face Talks; Christian Eriksen Continues Recovery After Collapse; Netanyahu Ousted as New Coalition Government is Approved; Aung San Suu Kyi Set to Face Trial Today; Japan's Loneliness Epidemic. Aired 1-2a ET
• President Joe Biden is in Brussels for the NATO Summit; President Biden to Meet with Putin in Geneva; China Denies Nuclear Power Plant Leak; Benjamin Netanyahu's Ousted After 12 Years in Power; Alliance Members Convene In Brussels Today; Members Wrap Up Three-Day Meeting In Cornwall; New Details On Eriksen Collapse. Aired 2-3a ET
• U.S. President Attends NATO Summit in Brussels Today; U.S.: New "Strategic Concept" for Russia and China; China: G7 "Deliberately Slanders" Its Internal Affairs; Netanyahu Ousted, Bennett Becomes Prime Minister; U.S. Assessing Reported Leak at Chinese Nuclear Power Facility; Source: Trump Justice Department Sought Records of White House Counsel McGahn; Slavitt: Trump Team's "3 Deadly Sins" Cost Lives; Delta Variant Dominate in U.K., Growing Fast in U.S.; U.K. Media: Prime Minister Will Delay Lifting Final England Covid Rules. Aired 4-4:30a ET
• U.K. Media: Prime Minister Will Delay Lifting Final England Covid Rules; U.S. and Russia President Prepare for Face-to-Face Talks; U.S. President and First Lady Meet Queen in Windsor; Mass Shooting in the U.S. this Weekend; Arizona Wildfires Prompts Evacuations; Novak Djokovic Wins French Open in Thrilling Fashion; U.S. Airline Seeing Uptick in Unruly Passengers. Aired 4:30-5a ET
• Biden Makes First Visit to NATO as U.S. President; Democrats Demand Testimony from Trump Officials Over Subpoenas; Supreme Court Unanimously Rules that Recent Sentencing Reforms Don't Apply to Low- Level Crack-Cocaine Offenses. Aired 10-10:30a ET
• U.S. Seeing Significant Increase in Crime in Major Cities; Officials Say, Biden Preparing Intensely for Putin's Tactics; Attorney General Garland Comments on Secret Investigations of Lawmakers, Media. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• Democrats Demand Testimony from Trump Officials; DOJ Sought Records of White House Counsel; Alberto Gonzales is Interviewed about the DOJ Investigation; Biden Visits NATO; Ivo Daalder is Interviewed about Biden at NATO. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• Nine Killed in Mass Shootings This Weekend; Reported Leak at Chinese Nuclear Facility; Bennett Replaces Netanyahu; Delta Variant Causes Concern. Aired 9:30-10a ET.
• Soon, President Biden Speaks Following Critical NATO Meetings; Attorney General Orders Investigation into How DOJ Obtained Congressional Records; . Aired 1-1:30p ET
• The Biden Agenda; Trump DOJ Under Fire; President Biden Reaffirms Commitment to NATO. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• Interview With Rep. Pramila Jayapal (D-WA); Trump DOJ Under Fire; The Growing QAnon Threat?; Biden Set to Meet With Putin; President Biden Holds Press Conference. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• Biden Speaks After Key Meetings With NATO Leaders. Biden: "Incredibly Productive Day" at NATO; Aired 3:30-4p ET
• V.P. Harris Begins Vaccination Tour as Shots Stall; Experts Have Serious Warning to Unvaccinated about Delta Variant; Novavax COVID Vaccine Shows 50 Percent Efficacy in Late-Stage Trials; Nine Killed in Mass Shootings This Weekend; U.S. Assessing Leak Reported at Chinese Nuclear Power Facility. Aired 1:30-2p ET
• V.P. Harris Visits SC To Encourage Vaccinations; Former FDA Chief: Delta Variant Could Spark New Epidemic In Fall; Research Shows Weather Connection For COVID Transmissibility; Israel's Netanyahu Ousted From Office But Vows To Return; 272 Mass Shootings So Far This Year In U.S.; FAA Says There's A Sharp Rise In Unruly Passengers On Planes; One Killed After Driver Rams Into Crowd At Texas Mud Race. Aired 2:30-3p ET


June 13, 2021
• Third and Final Day of G7; Biden to Meet with Putin; U.K. Prime Minister Weighs in on U.K.'s Handling of Pandemic; Economic Benefits of Global Climate Action; New Coronavirus Cases at Copa America; Vote Could Oust Israeli Prime Minister Netanyahu; Queen Elizabeth Marks Official 95th Birthday; China Gas Explosion Kills 11, Injures Dozens; Water War in Western U.S. Communities. Aired 12-1a ET
• Third and Final Day of G7; Biden to Meet with Putin; U.K. Prime Minister Weighs in on U.K.'s Handling of Pandemic; Vote Could Oust Israeli Prime Minister Netanyahu; Danish Star Christian Eriksen "Fine" after Collapse on Pitch; Crew, Passengers Subdue Unruly Off-Duty Flight Attendant; Uyghurs Deported from the Middle East. Aired 2-3a ET
• Third And Final Day Of G7; Vote Could Oust Israeli Prime Minister Netanyahu; Danish Star Christian Eriksen "Fine" After Collapse On Pitch; Biden To Meet With Putin; China Gas Explosion Kills 11, Injures Dozens; Police Arrest One In Austin, Texas Shooting. Aired 3-4a ET
• Biden To Meet With Putin; Third And Final Day of G7; Vote Could Oust Israeli Prime Minister Netanyahu; U.K. Prime Minister Weighs In On U.K.'s Handling Of Pandemic; Orlando Honors Victims Of Pulse Night Club Shooting; Danish Star Christian Eriksen "Fine" After Collapse On Pitch; Water War In Western U.S. Communities. Aired 4-5a ET
• Vote Could Oust Israeli Prime Minister Netanyahu; Third And Final Day Of G7; Queen Elizabeth And The American Presidents; Uyghurs Deported From The Middle East. Aired 5-6a ET
• President Joe Biden In Belgium For NATO Summit; Wife Of Secretary Of State Of Georgia Getting Death Threats; Benjamin Netanyahu's 12 Years In Office Comes To An End; Increasing Spike Of Mass Shootings In America; Rep. Joaquin Castro (D-TX) Is Interviewed About The Mass Shootings In America And Trump's Crackdown On Leaks; Sen. Sanders And President Biden's Unlikely Bond; Fast Climb Of Consumer Prices In 13 Years. Aired 5-6p ET
• Biden Open To Exchanging Cyber Criminals With Russia Amid Recent Ransomware Attacks?; Netanyahu Out As Israeli Prime Minister; Biden's Royal Meeting With Queen Elizabeth; This Weekend, Eight People Killed, Another 48 Wounded In Mass Shootings Across U.S.; Apple Informed Former White House Counsel Don McGahn And Wife That Their Account Records Were South By DOJ In 2018; Danish Soccer Player Christian Eriksen In "Stable" Condition. Aired 1:55-3p ET
• President Biden Arrives In Brussels; Interview With Rep. Ami Bera (D-CA); Netanyahu Out As Israeli Prime Minister. Aired 3-4p ET
• Benjamin Netanyahu Out As Israeli Prime Minister; Biden Arrives In Brussels For NATO Summit; Interview With John Bolton About President Biden's First International Trip; Bidens Meet With Queen Elizabeth At Windsor Castle; Shootings Across The Country; Unruly Passenger Incidents; CNN Heroes. Aired 4-5p ET
• Biden Arrives In Brussels Ahead Of NATO Summit, Putin Meeting; Trump White House Counsel's Records Were Accessed By DOJ In 2018; Netanyahu Out As Israeli Prime Minister; Democratic Agenda Roadblock; Wife Of Georgia Secretary Of State Got Threatening Message; First Lady Jill Biden Makes World Stage Debut At G7; Hundreds Of Thousands Facing Starvation In Conflict-Hit Ethiopia. Aired 6-7p ET
• Air Rage Incidents are Out of Control; As Cyberattacks Grow, so does Efforts to Track Ransoms; Nonprofit Founder Help Students Overcome Learning Differences. Aired 7-8p ET
• Biden Arrives in Brussels Ahead of NATO Summit, Putin Meeting; Bidens Meet with Queen at Windsor Castle; Netanyahu Out as Israeli Prime Minister After 12 Years; California Set for Full Reopening on Tuesday; Houston Hospital Workers Lose Suit Disputing Mandatory Vaccines; Transgender and Black; Mom Arrested for Attending Middle School Posing as Daughter. Aired 8-9p ET


June 12, 2021
• G7 Day Two Agenda, Global Economy, Foreign Policy, Pandemic; Biden Heads to Geneva Next Week for Putin Meeting; Brazil Reports over 85,000 Cases for Third Straight Day. Aired 12-12:15a ET
• G7 Day Two Agenda, Global Economy, Foreign Policy, Pandemic; Biden Heads to Geneva Next Week for Putin Meeting; Vaccines Offered to 18,000 Olympic Workers Next Week; Millions at Risk of Famine in Tigray Region; G7 Leaders Expected to Sign Landmark Health Declaration; Justice Department Watchdog to Investigate Handling of Leak Probes. Aired 2-2:45a ET
• President Biden Meets with French President Emmanuel Macron at G7 Summit; President Biden Will Not Hold Joint Press Conference with Russian President Vladimir Putin; Many Mourn on Five Year Anniversary of Pulse Nightclub Shooting; Unruly Passenger Causes Delta Air Lines Flight to be Diverted; Internet Sleuths Aiding Authorities in Attempt to Find Hundreds of People Who Stormed U.S. Capitol on January 6th. Aired 10-11a ET
• G7 Day Two Agenda, Global Economy, Foreign Policy, Pandemic; Biden Heads to Geneva Next Week for Putin Meeting; Vaccines Offered to 18,000 Olympic Workers Next Week; Protesters Calling for Stronger Action on Climate Change; Justice Department Watchdog to Investigate Handling of Leak Probes; Summer Travelers Navigate Europe's Patchwork COVID-19 Rules. Aired 3-4a ET
• G7 Day Two Agenda: Global Economy, Foreign Policy, Pandemic; Justice Department Watchdog To Investigate Handling Of Leak Probes; Georgia Official Still Gets Death Threats Months After Vote; Biden Heads To Geneva Next Week For Putin Meeting; Vaccines Offered To 18,000 Olympic Workers Next Week; First Lady Jill Biden Tours School With Duchess Of Cambridge. Aired 4-5a ET
• Justice Department Watchdog To Investigate Handling Of Leak Probes; G7 Day Two Agenda: Global Economy, Foreign Policy, Pandemic; Protesters Calling For Stronger Action On Climate Change; "Sedition Hunters" Help FBI Track Wanted Insurrectionists; Vaccines Offered To 18,000 Olympic Workers Next Week; Queen Elizabeth Marks Official Birthday At Summit. Aired 5-6a ET
• President Biden Meets With World Leaders On Second Day Of G7, Putin Relationship With U.S. At Lowest Point In Years; DOJ Watchdog To Investigate Trump- Era Leak Investigations; DOJ Requested Data On 73 Phone Numbers, 36 E-mail Addresses From Apple; "Unruly Passenger" Forces Delta Flight To Divert; Orlando Honors Victims Of The Pulse Nightclub Shooting. Aired 12-1p ET
• G7 Summit; Biden To Meet With Russia's Vladimir Putin; Delta Flight Diverted; DOJ Watchdog To Investigate Trump-Era Leak Investigations; Vaccination Rates Lag In Some States As More Cities Reopen; Diver Says He Was Nearly Swallowed By A Humpback Whale; Hidden Gems Of The Florida Panhandle. Aired 11a-12p ET
• Many Mourn On Five-Year Anniversary Of Pulse Nightclub Shooting; Unruly Passenger Causes Delta Air Lines Flight To Be Diverted; British Prime Minister Boris Johnson Discusses G7 Summit And Differences Between President Biden And Former President Trump; President Biden Will Not Hold Joint Press Conference With Russian President Vladimir Putin; Shortage Of Workers And Funding For Childcare In U.S. Hampering Parents' Ability To Return To Workforce. Aired 2-3p ET
• Arkansas Woman Sues Police Over Traffic Stop Turned Crash; Biden Meets With G7 Allies Ahead Of Putin Meeting Next Week; British Prime Minister: Biden Will Give Putin "Pretty Tough Messages"; "Unruly Passenger" Forces Delta Flight To Divert; Sources: Barr Pushed Investigators To Finish Leak Probes; Thousands Of Volunteers Quit Tokyo Olympics; Denmark V. Finland Euro 2021 Soccer Game Suspended After Player Collapses, Is Resuscitated On Field. Aired 1-2p ET
• Biden Uses G7 Summit To Reset America's Image After Trump; White House: Biden Will Hold Solo Press Conference After The Putin Meeting; Queen Elizabeth's History With U.S. Presidents; Delta Flight Diverted As Passenger Threatens To "Take Down" Plane; Orlando Honors Victims Of Pulse Nightclub Shooting. Aired 3-4p ET
• Biden Meets With World Leaders At First G7 Summit As President; White House: Biden Will Have "Direct" & "Candid" Face-To-Face With Putin; YouTube Suspends GOP Senator's Account Over COVID Misinformation; Denmark V. Finland Euro 2021 Soccer Game Suspended After Player Collapses, Is Resuscitated On Field; FDA Authorizes Production Of Around 10 Million J&J Vaccine Doses At Baltimore Plant; Vaccine Rates Stall As Misinformation Spreads. Aired 4-5p ET
• Arrest In Austin, Texas Mass Shooting; Crew And Passengers Subdue Off-Duty Flight Attendant; Trump Accused Of Weaponizing DOJ To Target Democratic Rivals; Houston Hospital Suspends Workers Who Refuse COVID Vaccine; Biden Returns $28 Billion To Military Projects After Trump Routed The Funds To Border Wall Construction; Interview With Rep. Henry Cuellar (D-TX). Aired 6-7p ET
• Arrest In Austin, Texas Mass Shooting; Interview With Savannah Mayor Van Johnson About Mass Shootings; Orlando Honors Victims Of The Pulse Nightclub Shooting; YouTube Pulls Plug On GOP Senator; President Biden Meets With G7 Leaders On Day Two Of Summit; British Prime Minister Speaks About Biden's Influence; Interview With Rep. Mike Quigley (D-IL); World Leaders Talk Climate Crisis At G7, NATO Summits. Aired 7-8p ET
• Trump Accused Of Weaponizing DOJ To Target Democratic Rivals; Interview With Rep. Raja Krishnamoorthi (D-IL); President Biden Meets With G7 Leaders On Day Two Of Summit; British Prime Minister: Relationship With U.S. Is "Extremely Good"; FDA Advisors Debate Urgency Of Vaccinating Kids Under 12; "Extreme" Drought Conditions In Western U.S.; First Lady Jill Biden Makes World Stage Debut At G7. Aired 5-6p ET


June 11, 2021
• Biden, British PM to Sign New Atlantic Charter; Biden Revokes, Replaces Trump Order Targeting TikTok, WeChat; JBS Pays $11 Million Ransom after Cyberattack; El Salvador Adopts Bitcoin as Legal Currency; WHO: COVID-19 Cases Up 137% in Uganda Last Week; Tokyo 2020 Organizers: Athletes, Media Will Be Monitored; Western Powers Making Major Vaccine Pledges; Kim Jong-un's Apparent Weight Loss Raises Health Questions. Aired 12-12:45a ET
• First In-Person Gathering in Two Years Gets Underway; U.K. Struggles to Control Variants Threatening COVID Progress; Brazil's Supreme Court Gives Tournament the Go-Ahead; About 10,000 Volunteers Quit Over COVID Fears; Top Investors Demand Climate Action From World Leaders; Mine-Clearing Group Vows To Stay In Afghanistan; Trump DOJ Subpoenaed Apple For Data From Accounts Of Democrats Including Reps. Adam Schiff & Eric Swalwell. Aired 2-2:45a ET
• U.K. And U.S. Strengthen Alliances; President Biden Pledge to Donate 500 Million Vaccine; P.M. Johnson and President Biden Signed Renewed Atlantic Charter; America Back on Negotiating Table; U.S. Pledges 500 Million Doses Of Pfizer-BioNTech Vaccine; Western Powers Making Major Vaccine Pledges; Tigray Crisis, Ethiopia Food Insecurity; All Ballots In Peru Recorded But Final Tally Still Pending; Nicaragua's Political Crackdown; CNN Speaks To Bianca Jagger About Ortega Clinging To Power; Olympic Volunteers Are Dropping Out; Kim Jong-un's Apparent Weight Loss; Euro 2020 Hours Away From Kickoff In Italy; Ring Of Fire In Northern Hemisphere; French Slap To President Macron. Aired 3-4a ET
• First Face to Face Talks Since Pandemic Begin Soon; Western Powers Making Major Vaccine Pledges; Seven Opposition Leaders Detained Months Ahead of Election; "There is Famine in Ethiopia Right Now"; Kim Jong Un's Apparent Weight Loss Raises Health Questions; First In- Person G7 Summit in Two Years Hours Away; Biden to Meet with Putin In Geneva on June 16; W.H.O.: Europe "By No Means Out of Danger" from COVID; Olympic Volunteers Sound Off on Superspreader Fears. Aired 1-2a ET
• First In-Person Gathering in Two Years Gets Underway Soon; Biden, Johnson Meet One-on-One Ahead of Summit; Trump Department of Justice Seized Phone Records of House Democrats; FDA Vaccine Debate Urgency of Vaccinating Kids; U.K. Struggle to Control Variants Threatening COVID Progress. Aired 4-4:30a ET
• Face-to-Face Talks Since Pandemic Begin Soon; Biden, Johnson Reaffirm U.S.-U.K. "Special Relationship"; President Biden and Prime Minister Johnson Sign New Atlantic Charter; Arkansas Woman Suing Police for PIT Maneuver; Jill Biden to Meet with Duchess of Cambridge; International Sports Fans in for Busy Weekend. Aired 4:30-5a ET
• Trump's DOJ Weaponized Power to Target Sitting Members of Congress; Bipartisan Group of Senators Announce Infrastructure Plan; Biden Meets with World Leaders at First G7 Summit as President. Aired 10-10:30a ET
• Trump's DOJ Secretly Subpoenaed Data from House Democrats, Their Families; Two Passengers on Fully Vaccinated Cruise Test Positive for COVID; Shortage of Childcare Workers Hampering Parents Return to Work. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• Justice Department I.G. Gets Referral to Investigate Handling of Leak Probe; Biden Meets with World Leaders at First G7 Summit as President. Aired 1-1:30p ET
• G7 Summit; Interview With Former U.S. Attorney General Alberto Gonzales; Did Trump DOJ Target Political Enemies?. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• Biden Meets with World Leaders; Trump's DOJ Sized Private Records; World Leaders Meet at G7; Amanda Sloat is Interviewed about Biden's Message. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• Amanda Sloat is Interviewed on Biden's G7 Message; Rep. Eric Swalwell (D-CA) is Interviewed about the DOJ Investigation; Louisiana State Police Reviewing Video. Aired 9:30-10a ET.
• G7 Summit; Did Trump DOJ Target Political Enemies?. Aired 3- 3:30p ET
• Trump DOJ Secretly Subpoenaed Data from House Democrats and Families; Bipartisan Senate Group Reaches Infrastructure Deal; NYC Candidates in Final Debate Before Early Voting; Florida School Board Approves Plan to Ban Critical Race Theory. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• 3 FDA Advisors Resign Over Approval of Alzheimer's Drug; Reuters: GA Election Workers, Their Families Receiving Death Threats; John Cywinski, President of Applebee's, Discusses Worker Shortage, Incentives for Applicants. Aired 1:30-2p ET
• Justice Department Watchdog Initiates Review into Handling of Leak Probe; House Democrats to Ask Apple to Determine if Additional Members Were Targeted by DOJ; Unemployment Benefits Fraud Explodes During Pandemic; 2 Passengers Aboard "Vaccinated" Cruise Ship Test Positive for COVID-19; Some Question Whether Children Should Be Vaccinated. Aired 2:30-3p ET


June 10, 2021
• High-Stakes Summit Between Putin And Biden Next Week; Members To Tackle Climate Change & Rise Of Autocracy; Myanmar Military Charges Suu Kyi With Corruption; U.S. President Aims To Shore Up Alliances At G7 Summit; Richest Americans Pay Almost No Income Taxes. Aired 12- 12:45a ET
• Russian Court Declares Navalny Group Extremist; Nicaragua's Political Crackdown; First Face-To-Face G7 Talks Since Before Pandemic; U.S. President Arrives In England For Two-Day G7 Summit; Millions Captivated By Wandering Herd Of Elephants In China. Aired 2- 2:45a ET
• Biden Kicks Off First Trip Abroad: "The United States is Back"; Myanmar's Military Charges Aung San Suu Kyi with Corruption; Russia Declares Navalny's Group Extremist; Cyberattacks Becoming More Frequent & Sophisticated; Migrants Flee Gangs, Poverty, Natural Disasters; U.S. Sanctions Follow Opposition Leaders' Arrest; Interview with Britain's Prince Edward. Aired 1-2a ET
• President Biden Have a Lot in His Table for the G7 Summit; Moscow Court Closed Organization Link to Alexei Navalny; Aung San Suu Kyi Facing Corruption and Bribery Charges; Beijing Not Pleased with Biden's New Executive Order; Cyber Experts Warn of More Cyberattacks; U.S. President Biden On World Stage; President Biden And President Vladimir Putin To Hold Summit; Sudden Collapse Of A Building In South Korea; Vice President Kamala Harris Faces Criticism At Home On Migration Issues; Migrants Flee Gangs, Poverty, Natural Disaster; Royal Baby Name Drama; CNN Speaks To Britain's Prince Edward About Family Rift. Aired 3-4a ET
• U.S. President Sets Ambitious Agenda on First Foreign Trip; U.S. President Biden to Meet with British Prime Minister Johnson Soon; Russia Declares Navalny's Groups "Extremist"; U.S. House Democrats Release McGahn Testimony; Drought Across Western U.S. Brings Threat of More Fires; U.S. President Arrives in England for Two-Day G7 Summit. Aired 4-4:30a ET
• U.S. and Russian Presidents to Meet in Geneva June 16; U.S. President Arrives in England for Two-Day G7 Summit; Biden Revokes, Replaces Trump Order Targeting TikTok and WeChat; Report: Park Cleared to Install Fence, Not for Trump Photo Op; Migrants Face Dangerous Risks to Cross Border; Survey: EU Should Be Beacon of Democracy and Human Rights. Aired 4:30-5a ET
• Soon, Biden Meets with British Prime Minister Boris Johnson; Biden Tries to Salvage Infrastructure Plan Back Home While Traveling and Building Relationships Abroad; Ex-White House Counsel Don McGahn Says, Trump Directed Me to Pressure Deputy Attorney General to Fire Mueller, I Refused. Aired 10-10:30a ET
• Ex-White House Counsel Don McGahn Says, Trump Directed Me to Pressure Deputy Attorney General to Fire Mueller, I Refused; FBI Chief Testifies after Release of 1/6 Insurrection Report; Biden Arrives for First Meeting with British Prime Minister Boris Johnson. Aired 10:30- 11a ET
• Biden Meets with British Prime Minister; Biden to Meet with Putin; U.S. Donates Vaccine Worldwide; Dr. Mark McClellan is Interviewed about Worldwide Vaccination. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• Soon, Biden Delivers Speech after Meeting with U.K. Prime Minister; FDA Extends Shelf Life of J&J Vaccine to 4.5 Months; Sen. Mitt Romney (R-UT) Says Deal Reached on Overall Dollar Amount in Bipartisan Infrastructure Talks. Aired 1-1:30p ET
• U.S. Seeing Increase in Crime; Bill Bratton is Interviewed about the Crime Surge; Transcript of McGahn Testimony to Congress; Union Calls for Pittman's Resignation; Big Inflation Jump. Aired 9:30- 10a ET.
• FDA Examines COVID Vaccine For Younger Kids; Infrastructure Negotiations; More Insurrection Charges Coming?; President Biden Announces Donation of 500 Million Vaccines Globally. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• President Biden Announces Donation of 500 Million Vaccines Globally; Investigation Launched Into Tasing of Migrant Teen in Texas; Interview With Jeffrey Toobin; California Appeals Overturn of Assaults Weapons Ban; FDA Examines COVID Vaccine For Younger Kids. Aired 2:30- 3p ET
• Biden Speaking in England: "Very Productive Meeting" with U.K. P.M. Johnson; Biden: Fighting COVID "Major Focus" of G-7 Nations; Biden: Vaccine Donation "Not the End of Our Efforts". Aired 1:30-2p ET
• Controversial Arizona Election Audit Expected to Be Done This Week; Conservative Talk Show Host Says Audit Becoming a Clown Show; Problem Solvers Push Infrastructure Deal; Interview with Rep. Josh Gottheimer on Infrastructure Legislation; Jewish Democrats Condemn Representative's Remark Comparing U.S. And Israel to Hamas and Taliban; Son Legendary Michigan Coach Says Father Knew About Doctor's Sexual Abuse; Senator Asks Is Earth's Orbit Ca Be Changed to Battle Climate Crisis. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• Biden, Johnson Commit to New "Atlantic Charter"; U.S. Hopes to Agree that Ambassadors Can Return to Moscow, D.C.; First Lady Wears "Love" Jacket During U.K. Trip; First Lady Jill Biden to Meet with Queen Elizabeth Sunday; Lawmakers Grill FBI Director about Immigrant Surge; TX Governor Declares Disaster at Border Ahead of Security Summit. Aired 3-3:30p ET


June 09, 2021
• Global Authorities Execute Massive Organized Crime Sting; U.S. VP Kamala Harris Wraps Up Latin America Trip; Macron Slapped While Greeting Crowd In Southeast France; Brazilian National Football Team Captain: Team Will Participate In Copa America Tournament; Taiwan Dealing With Worst Drought In Decades; Jerusalem Parking Lot Collapses Into A Giant Sinkhole; Mysterious Origin Of Northern Lights Now Proven. Aired 12-12:45a ET
• Biden Prepares For G7 Summit; U.S. Senate Passes Bipartisan Bill To Compete With China; U.S. Vice President Wraps Up Latin America Trip; Europol Praises Global Crackdown on Organized Crime; Major Websites and Apps around the World Go Dark; Island Dealing with Worst Drought in Decades. Aired 2-2:45a ET
• World Leaders to Meet at G7; Global Law Enforcement Joined Forces to Crack Down Organize Crime; President Macron Slapped in His Face; E.U. Distributes COVID Certificates; Uyghur Families Separated from Each Other; U.S. Senate Passed Bipartisan Bill; Countering Beijing's Influence; Taiwan's Climate Crisis, Worst Drought In Decades; Australia To Call For New Trade Rules To Rein In China; President Biden Begins First Foreign Trip Soon; Butcher Of Bosnia, Ratko Mladic; Israel Justifies Airstrike On Building; Sarah Everard Killing, Pleads Guilty To Kidnap, Rape; U.S. Capitol Riot's Report; Political Turmoil In Israel; Major Websites And Apps Go Dark, Fastly Failure; Japanese Politician Apologizes For Teenage Sex Comment; Mystery Of Aurora Borealis Phenomenon. Aired 3-4a ET
• U.S. President Biden Prepares to Leave for Europe; Global Crackdown on Organized Crime; Uyghurs Deported from the Middle East; Island Dealing with Worst Drought in Decades; Senate Report Details Security Failures ahead of Attack; Israel: Hamas Used Building for Electronic Warfare; Major Web Sites and Apps around the World Go Dark; Brazilian City Sees Hope after Mass Vaccination Study. Aired 1-2a ET
• U.S. President Biden Begins First Foreign Trip Soon; Leaders to Focus on Pandemic and Its Economic Fallout; Biden's Talks with GOP on Infrastructure Fall Apart; Senate Report Details Security Failures Ahead of Attack; Republican States Overriding Their Democrat-Led Cities; U.S. Senate Passes Bipartisan Bill to Compete with China; Growing Backlash to Businesses Requiring Vaccines. Aired 4-4:30a ET
• U.S. President Biden Begins First Foreign Trip Soon; U.S. Vice President Wraps Up Latin American Trip; Europol Praises Global Crackdown on Organized Crime; Japanese Politician Apologizes for Teenage Sex Comment; Israel: Hamas Used Building for Electronic Warfare; Australian Baseball Team Pulls Out of Olympic Qualifiers. Aired 4:30-5a ET
• Biden Departs for First Overseas Trip as Agenda Stalls at Home; Fauci Says, We Cannot Let Delta Variant Become Dominant in U.S.; Democrats Frustrated on Way Forward as Biden Agenda Stalls. Aired 10- 10:30a ET
• Democrats Frustrated on Way Forward as Biden Agenda Stalls; Vice President Harris Takes Criticism from All Sides in First Foreign Trip; Organizers Say Tokyo Olympic Games Will Have Limited Impact on Japan's COVID-19 Situation. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• Biden Departs for Trip Abroad; White House Pivots on Infrastructure Talks; Vaccine Doses Set to Expire; Delta Variant Warning. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• Interview With Former U.S. Ambassador to NATO Ivo Daalder; President Biden Begins First Foreign Trip; Trump Administration Pursued CNN Reporter's E-Mails. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• Harris Dodges Border Visit Question; Lawmakers Tour Audit in Arizona; Bill de Blasio is Interviewed about Ending Solitary Confinement; Wealthiest Americas Paid Little to No Taxes. Aired 9:30- 10a ET.
• Police Reform Deal Nearing?; Merrick Garland on Capitol Hill; President Biden Begins First Foreign Trip. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• Mayor Sam Liccardo (D-San Jose) Discusses Wanting Gun Owners to Foot Bill for Gun Violence; IG Report: No Evidence Park Police Cleared Park to Let Trump Survey Damage, Stage Controversial Photo Op; Biden & Sanders Form Unexpected Alliance in Face of Gridlock; IRS Leak: America's Wealthiest Pay Little to No Income Taxes; Cicadas Unleashed. Aired 1:30-2p ET
• Soon: Biden Lands in Europe for High-Stakes First Trip Abroad; Biden's Goal for 1st Foreign Trip: Show Putin and China that U.S. & Europe Are "Tight." Biden to Meet with Putin After Calling Him a "Killer." WH Shifting Strategy as Infrastructure Talks Hit Major Roadblocks; Biden Shifts Strategy, Ends Infrastructure Talks with Sen. Capito; Key GOP Senators: Tax Hikes for Infrastructure Off the Table; J&J Working to Extend Shelf Life of Vaccine as Hundreds of Thousands of Doses Set to Expire; Growing Concerns Over Variant First Identified in India; Half of Those 12 and Older in U.S. Now Fully Vaccinated; At Least 29 Mass Shootings in U.S. Over Last Two Weeks; San Jose Mayor Wants Gun Owners to Foot Bill for Gun Violence; Aired 1-1:30p ET.
• Biden to Speak as He Lands in England for First Overseas Trip; First Lady Jill Biden Speaks as She and President Arrive in England; Biden Speaks to Troops During First Overseas Trip as President. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• Biden Heads Overseas As Agenda Stalls At Home; Source: Police Reform Bill Moving Closer To A Deal; Fauci: We Can't Let Coronavirus "Delta" Variant Become Dominant In U.S.; FDA Advisers To Discuss Vaccination Plan For Kids Under 12; Biden Arrives In England For First Overseas Trip. Aired 2:30-3p ET


June 08, 2021
• U.S. VP Kamala Harris Leaves Blunt Message To Migrants; Mexico's President Projected To Lose Grip On Congress; Presidential Race In Peru Remains Too Close To Call; Hospital Beds Shortage For Severe Patients In Okinawa; FDA Approves Controversial Alzheimer's Drug; Amazon Founder To Become First Billionaire Space Traveler. Aired 12-12:45a ET
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• Benjamin Netanyahu's Fate Hanging by a Thread; V.P. Harris Warns Illegal Migrants Not To Come to the U.S.; Australian Police Crackdown on Organize Crime; Law Enforcement Recovered Ransom; Hate Crime Killed Four Muslims in Ontario; Peruvians Await for Election Results; Tokyo Organizers Impose Strict Olympic Rules; Vaccine Still The Best Defense; Uganda Impose New Restrictions; Biden/Putin To Meet In Person Next Week; Preparing For NATO Summit; Global Companies and G-7 Leaders Face Pressure To Address Climate Change; FDA Approves Experimental Treatment; Struggling To Survive In Tigray; Burkina Faso Massacre, Deadliest Attack In Years; El Salvador Looks To Adopt Bitcoin As Legal Tender; Billionaire Space Race; Arctic Rescue Of A Dog. Aired 3-4a ET
• Australia Launched Massive Crackdown on Organized Crime; U.S. Recovers Millions in Cryptocurrency Paid to Hackers; Obama Slams Republicans for Embracing 2020 Election Lies; Biden, Republicans Billions of Dollars Apart on Infrastructure; Harris to Meet with President Lopez During Mexico Visit; Confidence Vote for Israeli Coalition Government Set for Sunday; 10 Mass Shooting in 10 States Over the Weekend. Aired 4-4:30a ET
• Australia Launches Massive Crackdown on Organized Crime; U.S. Recovers Millions in Cryptocurrency Paid to Hackers; CNN Obtains Audio of Giuliani Pressuring Ukrainian Leadership to Investigate Biden in Exchange for White House Meeting; Migration a Key Focus of Harris' Trip to Guatemala & Mexico; FDA Approves Controversial Alzheimer's Drug; Hospital Bed Shortage for Severe COVID Patients in Okinawa; Uganda Reimposes Restrictions Amid New Wave in Cases; Prime Minister Visits Scene of Deadliest Attack in Years; El Salvador Looks to Adopt Bitcoin as Legal Tender; Amazon Founder to Become First Billionaire Space Traveler. Aired 1-2a ET
• Newly Obtained Audio of Giuliani Pressuring Ukraine in 2019; Dry Conditions in Western U.S. Fueling Wildfire Danger; Djokovic Survives French Open Scare in Advance; Mom Poses as Daughter to Test School Security. Aired 4:30-5a ET
• Senate Report Reveals Security Failures; Obama is Interviewed on Trump's Rise. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• Senate Report Shows Capitol Police Saw Evidence of Plans to Attack U.S. Capitol Weeks Before January 6; Obama Sounds Alarm on State of Democracy in U.S.; Harris to Meet, Discuss Migration with Mexico's President. Aired 10-10:30a ET
• Civil Rights Leaders Meet with Sen. Joe Manchin (D-WV) on Voting Rights, Filibuster; Biden's Justice Department to Defend Trump in Lawsuit over Rape Denial; Wall Street Journal Reports, Gov. Andrew Cuomo (D-NY) Book Materials Subpoenaed in COVID Response Probe. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• Senate January 6 Report Reveals New Details about Security Failures, Omits Trump's Role; Pipeline CEO Testifies after Feds Cal Back Ransom Money; Obama Slams Republicans for Embracing 2020 Election Lies. Aired 1-1:30p ET
• New Audio of Giuliani Released; Harris Tells Migrants Not to Come to the U.S.; Newsletter Vendor Hit by Ransomware Attack. Aired 9:30-10a ET.
• President Obama Speaks Out; Colonial Pipeline CEO on Capitol Hill; Infrastructure Negotiations; Kamala Harris in Mexico; Insurrection Report. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• Joe Manchin Meets With Civil Rights Leaders; Interview With Former Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel; Kamala Harris in Mexico; Insurrection Report. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• Obama Criticizes GOP Focus on Banning Critical Race Theory; Texas Bill to Ban Critical Race Theory Awaits Governor's Signature; Interview with State Rep. Steve Toth (R-TX), Author of Bill to Ban Critical Race Theory; U.S. Border Authorities in Cancun to Spot Migrants Posing as Tourists; Navy Won't Let Cameron Kinley Delay Commission to Play in NFL. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• Immigration Front & Center As Harris Continues Latin-America Trip; DHS Task Force: Seven Families Split By Trump's "Zero Tolerance" Policy Reunited, 29 More Reunifications Pending; AOC Criticizes Harris' Message To Central American Migrants; Official: Bridges, Roads, Tunnel Crumbling Across U.S.; Hospital Workers In Houston Protesting Vaccine Mandate; Moderna Expects Vaccine Data On Kids As Young As 5 By Fall; Current Justice Department Moving To Defend Trump In Lawsuit Over A Rape Denial. Aired 1:30-2p ET
• Obama: Right-Wing Media "Stoking Fear" Of White Americans, Accelerating Divisions; Biden's DOJ Seeks To Defend Trump In Lawsuit Over Rape Denial; Ben Cohen, Jerry Greenfield, Founders Of Ben & Jerry's Ice Cream, Discuss Their Campaign To End Qualified Immunity For Police; Major Cruise Ship Company Battles With Florida Over Vaccine Law. Aired 2:30-3p ET


June 07, 2021
• Coalition Calls for Vote on Wednesday to Former New Government in Israel; Mexico Votes in Key Midterm Elections; Peruvians Go to the Polls to Choose Next President; Second COVID Wave Leaves Many Children Orphaned in India; Boris Johnson Calls for Vaccination Push Ahead of G-7; U.S. VP in Guatemala for First Foreign Diplomatic Effort; Nigeria Bans Twitter Use; Prince Harry, Meghan Markle Have Second Child. Aired 12-12:45a ET
• Coalition Calls for Vote on Wednesday to Form New Israeli Government; Mexico Votes in Key Midterm Elections; Kamala Harris in Guatemala for First Foreign Diplomatic Effort; India Reports 100,636 New Covid Cases on Monday; Vietnam Sees Cases Soar after Early Success against COVID; Burkina Faso Massacre; Nigeria to Prosecute Twitter Users after Banning Site; British Memorial Opens in Normandy to Remember Fallen; Meghan and Harry Welcome Baby Girl, Lilibet Diana. Aired 1-2a ET
• Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu Fighting to Stay in Power; Mexico's Preliminary Election Results; First Lady Jill Biden and Dr. Anthony Fauci Visits a Harlem Vaccination Site; India to Ease Restrictions; Vietnam's Battle Against Coronavirus; Residents Call For Greater Security After Gunmen Kill 132; Meghan And Harry Welcome Baby Girl, Lilibet Diana; Gunmen Kill 132, Burn Homes In Deadliest Attack In Years. Aired 2-3a ET
• Coalition Calls for Vote on Wednesday to Form New Government in Israel; President Biden to Meet Vladimir Putin in Geneva; Jill Biden, Anthony Fauci Promote Vaccines at Harlem Church; Blinken: China Hasn't Told Us Enough About Covid-19; Peru's Presidential Election too Close to Call; U.S. Fighting Droughts, Wildfires and Floods; India's Capital Easing Some Covid-19 Restrictions. Aired 4-4:30a ET
• P.M. Benjamin Netanyahu Fighting His Political Fate; V.P. Harris Visits Central America; U.S. Expects Transparency from China; Children Losing Parents in India Over COVID-19; First Lady Biden Promotes Vaccine to Americans; President Biden to Address Whole Host of Issues in His Meetings; Secretary Granholm Warns Companies of Rising Cyberattacks; Royal Family Welcomes New Member; Fear and Anger Felt in Burkina Faso; Twitter Now Banned in Nigeria. Aired 3-4a ET
• Vice President Kamala Harris Facing First Major Diplomatic Test During Trip to Central America; Rep. Liz Cheney (R-WY) Says, Trump's Incitement Most Dangerous Thing a President Has Done; Two Killed, Three Others Injured in Miami-Dade Shooting. Aired 10-10:30a ET
• Family Orphaned During India's Second Wave. Royal Caribbean Set to Resume Cruises from U.S. in July; Meghan and Harry Welcome Baby Girl, Lilibet Diana; Gunmen Kill 132, Wound Dozens in Deadliest Attack in Years; A Least 30 Dead After Trains Collide in Southern Pakistan. Aired 4:30-5a ET
• Trump Spouts More Election Lies at North Carolina GOP Convention; CNN Reports, Classified Report on Lab Leak Theory Now Focal Point of Probes; G7 Backs Biden's Sweeping Overhaul of International Tax System. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• Cyber Threats; Biden Agenda; President Biden Prepares For First Overseas Trip. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• Biden Meets with Sen. Capito; Manchin Opposes Voting Bill; Brooks Served with Lawsuit; Violent Weekend in U.S.; Two Arrested in Chicago Shooting. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• Vice President Harris with Guatemalan President to Tackle Migration Crisis; FDA Approves Controversial Alzheimer's Treatment; U.S. on Track to Fall Short of Biden's July 4 Vaccine Goal. Aired 1- 1:30p ET
• Gun Violence Epidemic; U.S. Recovers Ransom Paid to Colonial Pipeline Hackers. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• Rep. John Garamendi (D-CA) is Interviewed about Infrastructure; U.S. to Fall Short on Vaccination Deadline; Bezos Flight into Space. Aired 9:30-10a ET.
• Rep. Brooks Finally Served With Lawsuit For Role In Jan.6 Speech; Two Arrested In CA Road-Rage Shooting That Killed 6-Year-Old Boy; Mexico's President Loses Grip On Power After Violent Elections; Bezos Invites Brother On Company's First Space Tourism Flight; USA- Mexico Soccer Game Interrupted By Homophobic Chants, Projectiles Thrown At Players, Fan Tackled On Field. Aired 1:30-2p ET
• Gun Violence In America; Harris Targets Corruption, Immigration On Latin America Trip; FDA Grants Historic Approval To Alzheimer's Drug. Aired 2:30-3p ET
• DOJ Announces Recovery of Millions in Cryptocurrency that Colonial Pipeline Paid to Ransomware Hackers; Interview with Gov. Phil Murphy, New Jersey Ends Covid-19 Public Health Emergency; Bezos Will Be on First Crewed Flight of His Company's Rocket. Aired 3:30-4p ET


June 06, 2021
• Peru Runoff Election; Mexico Midterms; Second Nicaraguan Presidential Candidate Held by Police; Vietnam Sees COVID-19 Cases Soar after Early Success; Olympic Athletes to Remain in "Bubble"; India's COVID-19 Crisis; "Tomb Raiders" Capitalizing on Italy's COVID- 19 Crisis; Nigeria Twitter Ban; Lebanese Politics; Golfer Jon Rahm Tests Positive for COVID-19. Aired 12-1a ET
• Mexico Midterms; Peru Runoff Election; Israeli Political Turmoil; U.S. President Joe Biden to Attend G7 Summit in U.K.; Judge Overturns California's Ban on Assault Weapons; U.S. to Donate 750,000 Vaccine Doses to Taiwan; Dr. Anthony Fauci on Early Days of HIV Research; Disneyland to Open to Out-of-State Residents June 15; Greece Hopes "COVID-19 Free" Islands Will Restore Tourism. Aired 2-3a ET
• Israeli Political Turmoil; Judge Overturns California's Ban on Assault Weapons; Mexico Midterms; Burkina Faso Massacre; U.S. President Joe Biden to Attend G7 Summit in U.K.; No Decision Yet on Final Step of U.K. Lockdown; India's COVID-19 Crisis; Golfer Jon Rahm Tests Positive for COVID-19. Aired 3-4a ET
• Mexico Midterms; Judge Overturns California's Ban On Assault Weapons; Peru Runoff Election; Israeli Political Turmoil; Lebanese Politics; U.S. President Joe Biden To Attend G7 Summit In U.K.; No Decision Yet On Final Step Of U.K. Lockdown; Biden To Broach Ransomware Attacks With Putin; "Tomb Raiders" Capitalizing On Italy's COVID-19 Crisis; Disneyland To Open To Out-Of-State Residents June 15. Aired 4-5a ET
• Judge Overturns California's Ban On Assault Weapons; Mexico Midterms; Peru Runoff Election; Israeli Political Turmoil; U.S. President Joe Biden To Attend G7 Summit In U.K.; No Decision Yet On Final Step Of U.K. Lockdown; Kemp Booed At Georgia Republican Party Convention; Burkina Faso Massacre; Belmont Stakes; Hungary Lifts Restrictions On Large Weddings. Aired 5-6a ET
• Prince Harry And Meghan Announce Birth Of Baby Girl; Royal Caribbean Cruise Line To Set Sail Next Month; Golfer Forced Out Of PGA Tournament After Positive Test; Three-Hundred-Plus Million Vaccine Doses Administered In The U.S.; Interview With Gov. Tony Evers (D-WI); Energy Secretary: Adversaries Have Ability To Shut Down Power Grid; Nearly 90 Candidates Killed In Bloody Run-Up To Mexican Midterms; Six- Hundred-Plus Small Earthquakes Swarm Southern California. Aired 2-3p ET
• Trump Repeating Election Lies In Speech And Attacking Dr. Fauci; Prince Harry And Meghan Markle Welcomes Second Child; Trump Supporters Using Telegram App To Push Trump's Election Lies; U.S. Labor Market Recovers In May; Mexico Elections and Political Killings. Aired 5-6p ET
• Four Dead, 25 Injured In Five Mass Shootings Across The U.S. This Weekend; Interview With Rep. Barbara Lee (D-CA); Prince Harry And Meghan Announce Birth Of Baby Girl. Aired 3-4p ET
• More Than 300 Million COVID-19 Shots Administered In U.S.; President Biden Prepping For His First Foreign Trip; Prince Harry And Meghan Welcome Baby Girl; Lawmakers Voice Safety Concerns In Wake Of Attack; Federal Judge Overturns California's Ban On Assault Weapons; Interview With Joe Lieberman On Trump And The 2000 Elections; First Ever Unclassified Report On UFOs Due This Month. Aired 6-7p ET
• Senate Sergeant At Arms On Capitol Hill Security; Prince Harry And Meghan Welcome Baby Girl Lilibeth Diana; Interview With Arizona Secretary Of State Katie Hobbs (D) About Trump's 2020 Election Lies; President Biden To Meet With Putin, U.K. Prime Minister In First Foreign Trip; The Story Of Late Night Airs Tonight At 9 P.M. ET. Aired 7-8p ET
• Trump Repeats Election Lies in North Carolina Speech; Prince Harry, Meghan Markle Announce Birth of Second Child; Biden Embarks on First International Trip as President; First Lady and Dr. Anthony Fauci Visit Harlem Vaccination Clinic. Aired 4-5p ET
• Trump Repeats Election Lies In North Carolina Speech; Prince Harry, Meghan Markle Announce Birth Of Second Child; Biden Embarks On First International Trip As President; First Lady And Dr. Anthony Fauci Visit Harlem Vaccination Clinic; COVID-19 Vaccinations; Are UFOs Real?; Minorities Estimated To Be Majority By 2045; CNN Heroes. Aired 4-5p ET


June 05, 2021
• Biden to Address Ransomware Hacks with Putin; State TV Interview with Jailed Activist in Belarus Sparks Condemnation; Mexican Election Seen as Referendum on Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador. Aired 12- 12:15a ET
• Biden to Address Ransomware Hacks with Putin; Fauci: We Must Not Declare Victory Prematurely; Airlines Scramble to Get U.K. Travelers Home from Portugal; Biden to Reverse Trump Endangered Species Rollbacks; Sri Lanka Keeps Eye on Sunken Cargo Ship; Experts Alarmed at Mucilage Growth in Turkish Waters; Serena Williams Eyes Quarterfinal in French Open; Trump Suspended from Facebook for Two Years; Injured U.S. Capitol Officer's Emotional Court Statement. Aired 2-2:45a ET
• Federal Judge Rules California Ban on Assault Weapons Unconstitutional; Interview with Father of Parkland Shooting Victim on Overturning of California Assault Weapons Ban; Senior Trump Organization Financial Official Testifies Before Grand Jury; Justice Department to Offer Plea Deals to three Capitol Rioters Accused of Assaulting D.C. Metropolitan Police Officer Michael Fanone; Department of Justice Ramping Up Investigations into Ransomware and Other Cyberattacks on U.S. Infrastructure; U.S. Economy Increases Job Gains in May but Also Experiencing Inflation; NFL State It Will End Controversial Policy of Race-Norming which Assumes Black Players have Lower Cognitive Brain Function. Aired 10-11a ET
• Biden to Address Ransomware Hacks with Putin; Fauci: We Must Not Declare Victory Prematurely; Massachusetts to Close All Mass Vaccination Sites; Airlines Scramble to Get U.K. Travelers Home from Portugal; Biden Rejects Counteroffer from Republicans on Infrastructure Bill; U.S. Job Market Moves into Higher Gear; Capitol Siege Aftermath; Debate Rages over Critical Race Theory; Pentagon to Release Report on UFOs. Aired 3-4a ET
• Biden to Address Ransomware Hacks with Putin; State TV Interview with Jailed Activist in Belarus Sparks Condemnation; Fauci: We Must Not Declare Victory Prematurely; Airlines Scramble to Get U.K. Travelers Home from Portugal; Biden Rejects Counteroffer from Republicans on Infrastructure Bill; U.S. Job Market Moves into Higher Gear; Mexican Election Seen as Referendum on Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador; U.S. States Boost Vaccination Numbers with Incentives; Biden to Reverse Trump Endangered Species Rollbacks; Sri Lanka Keeps Eye on Sunken Cargo Ship; Experts Alarmed at Mucilage Growth in Turkish Waters. Aired 4-5a ET
• Biden To Address Ransomware Hacks With Putin; Trump Suspended From Facebook For Two Years; Californians Can Go Maskless At Work If Everyone Vaccinated; Airlines Scramble To Get U.K. Travelers Home From Portugal; Tokyo Olympics Final Preparations Underway; Sri Lanka Keeps Eye On Sunken Cargo Ship; Experts Alarmed At Mucilage Growth In Turkish Waters; U.S. States Boost Vaccination Numbers With Incentives. Aired 5-6a ET
• Federal Judge Rules California Ban On Assault Weapons Unconstitutional; Department Of Justice Ramping Up Investigations Into Ransomware And Other Cyberattacks On U.S. Infrastructure; Delta Flight Makes Emergency Landing After Passenger Tries To Breach Cockpit; Disneyland Opening To Out Of State Visitors; Senior Trump Organization Financial Official Testifies Before Grand Jury; Congress Expects Report From Defense Department Detailing U.S. Intelligence Information regarding UFOs. Aired 2-3p ET
• American Legion Post Suspended For Cutting Mic During Speech Honoring Early Role Of Blacks In Memorial Day; Judge Overturns California's 32-year Assault Weapons Ban; Senate Sergeant-At-Arms: Cybersecurity Threat Is A "Much Greater Concern" Than Another January 6; NYT: Trump Finance Executives Testifies Before Grand Jury; Anheuser-Busch Announces Vaccination Campaign With The White House; Around 559,000 Jobs Added In May, Unemployment Rate Below Six Percent. Aired 12-1p ET
• Judge Overturns California's 32-Year Assault Weapons Ban; Plane Makes Emergency Landing After Attempted Cockpit Breach; White House Calls Ransomware "A Rising National Security Threat"; Justice Department: QAnon Shaman Posed Real Threat To V.P. Pence; Justice Department Fails To Stop "Baked Alaska" Livestreams; CDC Report Shows Spike In Hospitalization Rates Among Teens; Las Vegas Gambles On Full Throttle Reopening. Aired 1-2p ET
• Judge Overturns California's 32-Year Assault Weapons Ban; WH Calls Ransomware "A Rising National Security Threat"; Thousands Of Volunteers Quit Tokyo Olympics; Plane Makes Emergency Landing After Attempted Cockpit Breach; CDC Report Shows Spike In Hospitalization Rates Among Teens; American Legion Post Suspended For Cutting Mic During A Memorial Day Speech. Aired 11a-12p ET
• NYT: Meadows Pressed DOJ To Investigate Election Fraud Claims; Judge Overturns California's Ban On Assault Weapons; Passenger Tries To Breach Cockpit Of Delta Flight; Putin Laughs Off Ransomware Accusations As Biden Plans To Press Him On String Of Cyberattacks; Olympic Organizers Double Down Despite Calls To Cancel; Naomi Osaka Withdraws From French Open, Citing Mental Health; Sen. Joe Manchin's Constituents Weigh In On His Bipartisanship. Aired 3-4p ET
• Trump To Speak At GOP Event Months After Inciting Insurrection; NYT: Meadows Pressed DOJ To Investigate Election Fraud Claims; What Sparked The Government's Interest In UFOs; Interview With Sen. John Hickenlooper (D-CO); Disneyland Opens Avengers Campus After Year-Long COVID Delay; Herd Of Elephants Eating & Drinking Its Way Across China; Shoshone Falls By Kayak "Off The Beaten Path". Aired 4-5p ET
• Trump To Speak At GOP Event Months After Inciting Insurrection; NYT: Meadows Pressed DOJ To Investigate Election Fraud Claims; Interview With Sen. Richard Blumenthal (D-CT); New Evidence Of Irregularities In Arizona Ballot "Audit"; Interview With Julian Castro (D), Former HUD Secretary; Judge Compares A.R.-15 To Swiss Army Knife In Assault Weapons Ruling As U.S. Grapples With Gun Violence; Injured Capitol Police Officer In Emotional Statement To Court: "You Have Stolen Moments Away From Me That I Can't Get Back". Aired 5-6p ET
• As GOP Tries To Whitewash January 6, Officers Set Record Straight; Nancy Pelosi Calls Judge's Decision To Overturn California's Assault Weapons Ban Deeply Flawed; 1989 Stockton School Shooting Survivor On Federal Judge Overturning California's Assault Weapons Ban; WH Urges U.S. Companies To Take Ransomware More Seriously After Series Of Cyberattacks; FAA Warns Of Dramatic Uptick In Unruly Passengers. Aired 6-7p ET
• U.S. District Judge Roger Benitez Likened AR-15 Rifle To Swiss Army Knife; Rise In Ransomware Attacks Targeting Critical Public Needs, Cyber Criminals Targeting Vital Infrastructure & Businesses; Trump Tries To Rewrite History With Big Speech In North Carolina; Tourist Towns Struggle To Find Enough Workers After Pandemic; CNN's Jake Tapper With His New Novel. Aired 7-8p ET
• Trump Tries To Rewrite History With Big Lie Speech At GOP Event In NC; White House Calls Ransomware A Rising National Security Threat; Ex-believer On How He Survived The Rabbit Hole Of QAnon Lies; Disney Opens Avengers Campus After Year-Long COVID Delay; What Sparked The Government's Interest In UFOs; Positive COVID Test Forces Golfer Jon Rahm From Tournament. Aired 8-9p ET


June 04, 2021
• The United States Pledges to Send 80 Million Doses Worldwide; Tiananmen Square Massacre: Thirty-Two Years On; President Biden Unveils Expanded List of Banned Chinese Companies; U.N. Sounds the Alarm on Strength and Dangers of Taliban; Young Australians Plead For Vaccine Access; Tokyo 2020 Board Member: The Games Have Lost Their Meaning; Hero Capitol Police Officer Who Was Injured During January 6 Insurrection Speaks Out. Aired 2-2:45a ET
• U.S. Pledges to Send 80M Doses Worldwide by End of June; Infections Surge in Latin America Amid Slow Vaccine Rollout; Hong Kong Police Detain Vigil Organizer on Anniversary; Student Leader Who Survived Crackdown Speaks Out; Australia's Slow Vaccine Rollout Causes Frustration; Fauci Responds to Criticism Over Publicly Released Emails; Biden Unveils Expanded List of Banned Chinese Companies; U.K. Newspaper Report Renews Debate Over Royal Family Racism. Aired 12- 12:45a ET
• U.S. Pledge to Donate 80 Million Vaccines; More Chinese Companies Prohibited from Doing Business in the U.S.; No Gatherings Allowed for Tiananmen Square Massacre Anniversary; Roman Protasevich Forced to Confess by Belarusian Authorities; Taliban Not Keeping Its Agreement with the U.S.; United States To Donate Millions Of Vaccine; U.S. Health Official Ponders Possible Future Pandemics; Infection Surge In Latin America Amid Slow Vaccine Rollout; U.K. Adds Portugal To Amber Travel Restriction List; Australia's Slow Vaccine Rollout Causes Frustrations; The Cost To Cancel Tokyo 2020; U.S. Intelligence Investigates Strange Objects in The Skies; Sinkholes Threatens To Swallow Family Home; International Space Station Supply Mission. Aired 3-4a ET
• U.S. Pledges to Send 80 Million Doses Worldwide By End of June; U.S. Earmarks About 5 Million Vaccine Doses for Africa; Biden Unveils Expanded List of Banned Chinese Companies; Biden Floats Concessions on Infrastructure, Roadblocks Still Remain; U.S. Capitol Police Officers Describe Horrors of Attack. Aired 4-4:30a ET
• Activists Detained on Tiananmen Square Anniversary; U.S. Pledges to Send 80M Doses Worldwide by End of June; Who's in Charge of Canceling Tokyo 2020?; U.S. Says It's Monitoring Situation in Afghanistan; U.N. Sounds the Alarm on Strength and Dangers of Taliban; Nigeria School Kidnapping; Nicaraguan Opposition Leader Under House Arrest; U.K. Newspaper Report Renews Debate over Royal Family Racism. Aired 1-2a ET
• Remembering the Crackdown at Tiananmen Square; Hong Kong Police Close Entrances to Victoria Park; Taiwan Calls for Democracy in China on Anniversary; Student Leader Who Survived Crackdown Speaks Out; Tokyo 2020 Organizers Double Down Despite Calls to Cancel; Conservation Group Goes to Court Over Ecological Impact; Texas Valedictorian Goes Off-Script to Slam Abortion Law. Aired 4:30-5a ET
• FBI Director Compares Challenge of Confronting Recent Ransomware Attacks to Terrorism Faced after 9/11; Former Trump White House Counsel Testifies after Two-Year Court Fight; Sen. Joe Manchin (D-WV) Offers Little Comfort to Frustrated Democrats. Aired 10-10:30a ET
• Economy adds Back 559,000 Jobs in May; Wray Warns Cyberattacks Serve as Warning; Biden Lowers Price Tag on Infrastructure; Trump Asking Advisers about Resuming his Presidency; Pace of Vaccinations Fall. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• Economy Adds Back 559,000 Jobs in May, Jobless Rate Falls to 5.8 Percent; President Biden Addresses Latest Job Numbers as Unemployment Falls Below 6 Percent for First Time since March 2020; Facebook to Change What Politicians Can Get Away with on Platform. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• Vaccines Fall below 1 Million; Michigan Advances Bill on Voting Restrictions; Capitol Police Officer Speaks about Insurrection. Aired 9:30-10a ET.
• Interview With Rep. Jim Langevin (D-RI); Cyber Threats; U.S. Adds 560,000 Jobs in May; Infrastructure Talks Continue. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• Infrastructure Talks Continue; U.S. Adds 560,000 Jobs in May; Cyber Threats. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• Trump Suspended from Facebook Until At Least January 2023; FBI Director Compares Growing Hacks on America to 9/11; Biden Touts May Jobs Report, Our Plan is Working. Aired 1-1:30p ET
• Biden's Vaccination Goal Faces Uphill Battle; Average Pace of Vaccinations Falls Below 1 Million Per Day; Ex-Alabama Officer Being Paid After Murder Conviction. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• Pence: Trump and I May Never "See Eye to Eye" on Jan. 6; Axios: Trump to Make Fauci a Top Target at Upcoming Rallies; Sen. Manchin: Not Giving Up on GOP Yet for Infrastructure Deal; U.S. Report on UFOs Leaves Mystery Unsolved; Mexico to Hold Midterms After Murderous Campaign Season. Aired 1:30-2p ET
• CDC Report Underscores Urgent Need to Vaccinate Adolescents; U.S. Observes National Gun Violence Awareness Day; Fred Guttenberg, Whose Daughter Was Killed in the Parkland Shooting, Has a Message on National Gun Violence Awareness Day; Capitol Police Officers "Insulted" After GOP Block Jan. 6 Commission; Facebook Will Ban Trump for Another Two Years. Aired 2:30-3p ET


June 03, 2021
• Israel Rivals Strike Deal Which Could Oust Netanyahu; Experts: Vaccine Resistance Hindering Fight Against Virus; Stern Of Smoldering Cargo Ship Sinks Off Sri Lanka; Naftali Bennett Poised to Become Israeli Prime Minister; American Jailed in Russia for Alleged Spying Speaks Out; Japan Carries on with Olympics Prep and Public Hesitancy. Aired 12-12:45a ET
• Netanyahu Rivals Reach Coalition Deal; Cargo Ship SInking Off Sri Lanka; Volunteers Quit Weeks Before Olympics; Israeli Rivals Strike Deal which Could Oust Netanyahu; U.S. Prisoner in Russia Says, Resolve Hostage Diplomacy; Brazil Fears Third Wave of Virus as Cases Spike. Aired 2-2:45a ET
• Israeli Opposition Party Formed Their Coalition Government; Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's Chance is 50/50; Oil Spill from Sri Lankan Ship Poses Longer Term Damage; Volunteers Quit from Tokyo Olympics; E.U. Countries Issues COVID Certificates; Russia's Ransomware Attack Targets U.S. Meat Production Company; United States- Russia Summit on Ransomware Attacks; U.S. Prisoner in Russia, Resolve Hostage Diplomacy; U.K., NATO Urge Release of Belarus Dissident Journalist, Friend; Belarusian Activist Who Stabbed Himself Back in Prison; U.S. Plan to Distribute COVID Vaccines Worldwide; Brazil Fears Third Wave of Virus as Cases Spike; PAHO, Central America Reports Highest COVID Deaths to Date; Brazilians Send Loud and Clear Message to Jair Bolsonaro; Brazils' COVID Cases Surge as Tournament Nears; Socialite Charged in Death of Belize Officer. Aired 3-4a ET
• Israeli Rivals Strike Deal Which Could Oust Netanyahu; White House to Announce Global Vaccine Distribution Efforts; Seven EU Nations Issuing Digital Covid Travel Certificates; Officials: About 10,000 Volunteers Have Withdrawn for Olympic Games; Some State GOP Lawmakers Want to Replicate Arizona "Audit". Aired 4-4:30a ET
• Israeli Rivals Strike Deal Which Could Oust Netanyahu; Naftali Bennett Poised to Become Israeli Prime Minister; Girl Injured, Boy Arrested After Opening Fire on Police; Duke University Mike Krzyzewski Sets Retirement Date. Aired 4:30-5a ET
• Israeli Rivals Strike Deal which Could Oust Netanyahu; PAHO: Cases are Accelerating in Parts of Central America; U.S. To Reveal Plans to Distribute Millions of Doses; Seven EU Nations Issuing Digital COVID Travel Certificates; Belarusian Activist Who Stabbed Himself Back in Prison; Canadian Socialite Charged in Belize Officers Death; Israeli Rivals Strike Deal Which Could Oust Netanyahu; Ransomware Attacks on the Rise; Half-Sunk Ship Poses Ecological Disaster; Inflation at Highest Rate Since 2008 Financial Crisis. Aired 1-2a ET
• New Police Video Shows Shootout Between Deputies, 12 and 14- Year-Old; Michigan Elections Committee Advances Bill that would Impose New Voter I.D. Requirement on Mail-In Ballots; Biden Floats Lower Infrastructure Price Tag, Wants GOP Concessions. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• Benjamin Netanyahu Tweeted All Right Wing Knesset Members Must Oppose What He's Calling A Dangerous Left-Wing Government; A Group Of Bipartisan Group Of Lawmakers Wants Answers On The Orgins Of The Pandemic; A British Newspaper Uncovered Documents That Reveal How Buckingham Palace Banned Immigrants Of Color And Foreigners From Holding Clerical Positions At The Palace. Aired 9:30-10a ET
• Source Says, Trump Listening to the Bottom of the Bottom of the Crazies in the Barrel; Big Roadblocks Remain in Bipartisan Infrastructure Talks; Sources Say, Feds Investigating Obstruction as Part of Gaetz Probe. Aired 1-1:30p ET
• Two Senate Committees Expected to Release a New Report Detailing Security Failures of the January 6th Attack; Rep. Matt Gaetz Now Under Investigation Attempted Obstruction of Justice; W.H. Pushing CEOs in the Private Sector to Take Ransomware Attacks More Seriously After Attacks by Russian Hackers; Supreme Court Issued an Opinion That Will Narrow the Scope of a Key Federal Crime Law. Aired 10-10:30a ET
• Interview With Fmr. Rep. John Boehner (R-OH); Trump Continues to Push Big Election Lie. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• Investigating Gaetz for Obstruction; Trump's Listening to Crazies; Fauci Keeps Open Mind over COVID Origin; Netanyahu could be Ousted from Power. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• Netanyahu Fights For Political Survival; Derek Chauvin Attorney Asks For Shortened Prison Term; Matt Gaetz Facing More Legal Trouble; U.S. Shipping Millions of Unused Vaccine Doses Overseas; Infrastructure Negotiations. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• Netanyahu Responds to Ouster Attempt: Calls Rivals "Dangerous"; QAnon Candidates Beginning to Flood Local, State Races; Minneapolis Begins Reopening George Floyd Square; Guardian: Docs Reveal Royals Discriminated Based on Race. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• New Police Video Shows Shootout Between Deputies and 2 Children; Chauvin's Attorney: My Client is the Product of a "Broken System"; Trump's Blog Goes Bust; Ahead of Biden Meeting with Queen, "The Guardian" Reports Buckingham Palace Banned Immigrants of Color, Foreigners from Holding Office Positions in 1960s; Rivals Strike Deal to Oust Israel P.M. Netanyahu from Power. Aired 1:30-2p ET
• White House Pushes Companies to Take Ransomware Threat More Seriously; Blinken: Russia, Other Nations Should Bring Hackers to Justice; DOJ Investigating Trump-Appointed Postmaster General DeJoy; Fauci: "Cautiously Optimistic" about Vaccinating Kids This Fall; Fauci: "The Progress Is Good" for U.S. in COVID Fight; Fauci: Likely Origin of COVID-19 Is Animal-to-Human Transfer; Valedictorian Ditches Speech to Slam Texas Abortion Law. Aired 2:30-3p ET


June 02, 2021
• Politicians Face Midnight Deadlint To Forn New Govt; Peru More Than Double Its COVID-19 Death Toll; Growing Calls To Free U.S. Journalist Danny Fenster; U.S. Journalist Danny Fenster Detained Last Week; Belarusian Activist Stabs Own Throat During Court Hearing in Minsk; Hundreds of Thousands Leaving Hong Kong. Aired 12-12:45a ET
• Looming Deadline To Form New Israel Government; Peru More Than Doubles Its COVID-19 Death Toll; Belarusian Opposition Activist Stabs Own Throat In Court; Politicians Face Midnight Deadline to Form New Government; Sri Lanka Warns Sinking Cargo Ship Could Spill Oil; Hong Kong Museum Commemorating Tiananmen Square Massacre Closed amid Licensing Probe. Aired 2-2:45a ET
• Israel's Opposition Party Double Their Time to Form Coalition Government; Opposition is United to Bring Netanyahu Down; Asia Struggle to Contain Coronavirus; WHO Approves Sinovac Vaccine; Peru Breaks the Highest COVID Death Toll Per Capita; Journalists Targeted by Military in Myanmar; Belarusian Activist Stabbed Himself While on Trial; Show of Unity Seen in NATO Territories; Operation Allied Sky Over All NATO Nations; Variant Fears Jeopardize U.K. Reopening; Strain Suspected To Be Hybrid Of Variants Detected In U.K. And India; Tiananmen Square Museum Closed; Sri Lanka Warns Sinking Cargo Ship Could Spill Oil; Uproar Over Naomi Osaka's Withdrawal. Aired 3-4a ET
• Biden Memorializes Victims on 100th Anniversary; Biden: Efforts to Restricting Voting "Simply Un-American"; U.S.: Attack on Global Meat Producer Likely from Russia; Politicians in Israel Face Midnight Deadline to Form New Government; Experts Advise Against U.K. Reopening; The Possibilities of mRNA Vaccines Beyond Covid. Aired 4- 4:30a ET
• Midnight Deadline to Form New Israeli Government; Peru More Than Doubles COVID-19 Death Toll; Mental Health Expert Weighs in on Naomi Osaka's Plea; China Fighting Latest Outbreak in Country's South; Moderna Seeks Full FDA Approval for its COVID Vaccine; U.S. Air Travel Skyrockets over Memorial Day Weekend; U.S. and Allies Fly Over All NATO Nations in Show of Unity; Niger Seeks Weapons and Funding to Fight Militants; Brazil is New Host of COPA America 2021 Tournament. Aired 1-2a ET
• Growing Calls to Free U.S. Journalist Danny Fenster; Belarusian Opposition Activist Stabs Own Throat in Court; Sri Lanka Warns Sinking Cargo Ship Could Spill Oil; Las Vegas Reopens at 100 Percent Capacity; Sponsors, Tennis Stars Offer Support to Naomi Osaka. Aired 4:30-5a ET
• Biden Taps Vice President Harris to Lead Effort on Voting Rights; Meat Producer JBS Says Vast Majority of Plants will be Operational Today after Ransomware Attack; Today, Biden Gives Update on COVID-19 Vaccinations, Meets with Top GOP Senator on Infrastructure Deal. Aired 10-10:30a ET
• Biden to Speak as Key Agenda Items Stall in Senate; String of Shootings Leaves Long List of Casualties; Biden to Issue Rallying Cry Ahead of July 4th Vaccine Deadline. Aired 1-1:30p ET
• Interview With Rep. Mondaire Jones (D-NY); American Democracy in Danger?; Cyberattack Forces U.S. Meat Plants to Shut Down; Trump Telling People He Will Be Reinstated as President?; President Biden Declares June Month of Action For COVID Shots. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• Biden Takes Swipe at Democratic Senators; Testing Mix-And-Match Vaccine Boosters; American Imprisoned in Russia Calls on Biden for Action. Aired 9:30-10a ET.
• Ransomware Attack Launched Against World's Largest Meat Producer; Biden Taps Harris to Lead Voting Rights Effort; Pelosi Searches for New Ways to Investigate January 6th; Newly Released Body Cam Video of Railyard Shooting; Children Involved in Shootout with Police. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• Florida Governor Bans Transgender Females From Sports; President Biden Declares June Month of Action For COVID Shots; Trump Telling People He Will Be Reinstated as President?; Infrastructure Negotiations. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• Florida Becomes 8th State to Enact Anti-Trans Sports Ban This Year; Still No Motive in Deadly Shooting at CA Fire Station; Kids 12- and 14-Years-Old Fire on Deputies; Clock Ticks for Israeli Opposition to Form a Government and Oust Prime Minister. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• Today: Biden Meets With Top GOP Senator on Infrastructure Deal; Biden: GOP's Voting Laws "Unprecedented Assault on Democracy". Aired 10:30-11a ET
• Soon, Biden to Issue Rallying Cry Ahead of July 4th Vaccine Deadline; Anti-Asian Attacks on Rise in the Age of Covid; "National Enquirer" Fined over Hush Money Payment; Biden Talks COVID Response as Cases Decline, Restrictions Ease. Aired 1:30-2p ET
• Rep. Mondaire Jones (D-NY) Discusses 17 House Democrats Urging Schumer To Hold "For The People Act" Vote & Pelosi Offering Options To Investigate January 6 Insurrection; Mayor Kathy Sheehan (D) Of Albany, NY Discusses Asking Federal Government For Help On Gun Violence; American Imprisoned In Russia Talks To CNN From Labor Camp; Results In From Kentucky Derby Winner's Second Drug Test. Aired 2:30-3p ET


June 01, 2021
• Bigger Crowds, Fewer Masks on Memorial Day Weekend; Australian Softball Team Arrives in Japan for Olympic Games; Michel Flynn Appears to Endorse Myanmar-Style Coup; New York City Mayoral Candidates Face Off in Primary; Asian-American Communities Start Volunteer Foot Patrols; Battle Over Voting Rights Heats Up In U.S.; Police Hunt For Suspects In Florida Banquet Hall Attack; Tennis Star Quits French Open After Press Controversy. Aired 12-1a ET
• Mass Shooting in Miami Killed Two People; Texas Pushing to Pass Election Bill; Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu Fighting for his Political Fate; China Now Gives Green Light to Three Babies Per Family; Americans Back on Travel Galore; Record Breaking Holiday Weekend Travel Expected In United States; Florida Governor, Cruise Lines Clash Over Vaccine Rules; Tennis Phenom Drops Out Of French Open; Demands For A Mass Grave Search In Canada; Democratic Republic Of Congo, Dangerous Mount Nyiragongo Volcano; Gunmen Abduct Young Children In Latest School Raid. Aired 3-4a ET
• Police Hunt for Suspects in Florida Banquet Hall Attack; Democrats Block Texas Voting Bill with Walkout; Biden Shifts Focus to U.S. Infrastructure Plan; Osaka Out at the French Open; Israel PM's Rivals Finalizing Coalition Deal in Effort to Oust Him; China Will Allow Couples to Have Three Children; Volcanologists Warns Seismic Activity Persists in DRC. Aired 1-2a ET
• Police Hunt for Suspects in Florida Banquet Hall Attack; Battle Over Restrictive Measure Escalating; Tennis Star Quits French Open After Press Controversy; Rivals Seek to Finalize Coalition Deal, Outs Netanyahu; China Will Allow Couples to Have Three Children; Michael Flynn Appears to Endorse Myanmar-Style Coup. Aired 4-4:30a ET
• President Biden to Commemorate Tulsa Race Massacre; Asian- American Communities Start Volunteer Foot Patrols; Indigenous Groups Call for Searches for Mass Graves; Australian Softball Team Arrives in Japan for Games; Greece Working on "Covid-Free" Islands to Attract Tourists. Aired 4:30-5a ET
• Biden to Announce Steps to Reduce Racial Wealth Gap During Tulsa Trip; Police Searching for Three Gunmen Accused of Killing Two, Wounding 21 in Florida; Ex-National Security Adviser Flynn Appears to Suggest Military Coup in U.S. Aired 10-10:30a ET
• Manhunt For Suspects In Mass Shooting Near Miami; Texas Democrats Walk Out Over Voting Bill; Osaka Out At The French Open; Biden Honors Fallen Service Members and Delivers Warning; Democrats to Discuss Next Move on January 6 Commission; Michael Flynn Appears to Endorse Myanmar-Style Coup; Osaka Withdraws after Press Conference Boycott; Brazil Step in as Host 13 Days Ahead of Tournament; CONMEBOL pulled Colombia and Argentina from hosting. Aired 2-3a ET
• Sen. Lindsey Graham (R-SC), Netanyahu Meet amid Opposition Effort to Oust Israeli Prime Minister; Women Leaving Workforce in Record Numbers During Pandemic; Naomi Osaka Pulls Out of French Open Citing Mental Health. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• Biden's Steps to Reduce Racial Wealth Gap; Texas Lawmakers Want Federal Response for Voting; Surveillance Video of Florida Club Suspects; Regina Goodwin is Interviewed about the Tulsa Race Massacre. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• Airports Log Busiest Weekend of Pandemic; Vegas Fully Reopens; Moderna Seeks FDA Approval; Harris' Team Works to Distance her From Border; Osaka Withdraws from French Open. Aired 9:30-10a ET.
• Michael Flynn Backtracks on Coup Call; Worker Shortage; Texas Democrats Fight to Stop Voter Restrictions Bill. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• Texas Democrats Urge Biden, Congress to Pass Federal Protections; Flynn Denies Suggesting a Myanmar-Like Coup in U.S.; Florida Police Searching for Gunmen in Deadly Club Rampage. Aired 1- 1:30p ET
• 117 Staffers Sue Houston Hospital Over Mandatory Vaccinations; Las Vegas Fully Reopens; Interview With Rep. Emanuel Cleaver (D-MO); Hunt Continues For Florida Gunmen. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• 117 Staffers Sue Houston Hospital for Requiring COVID Vaccine; Book Excerpt Alleges Sean Hannity Scripted Trump Campaign Ad; Pelosi Lays Out 4 Options to Continue Investigating January 6th Insurrection; Senator Says Infrastructure Deal Is Very Possible; Qualified Immunity Is a Sticking Point on Police Reform. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• FL Police Searching for Gunmen in Deadly Club Rampage; White House: Russia Organization Behind Cyberattack of Meat Producer, JBS; NBA Fights Back Against Unruly Fans; French Open Under Fire; Granddaughter Shares Grandfather's Story of Survival Following Tulsa Race Massacre. Aired 1:30-2p ET
• Naomi Osaka Withdraws From French Open, Says She's Suffering From Depression; As Vaccinations Climb, U.S. Begins A Return To Normalcy; Moderna Seeks Full FDA Approval For Coronavirus Vaccine; Tug Of War Between Democrats, Biden's DOJ Over Trump's Tax Returns; Major Meat Producer, JBS USA, Hit By Cyberattack. Aired 2:30-3p ET


May 31, 2021
• Afghanistan After America's Exit; North Korea Orphan Labor; Netanyahu's Rivals Working To Form Coalition To Oust Him As PM. Aired 12-12:45a ET
• Israeli Opposition Moves to Sideline Netanyahu; Australian Athletes Headed to Tokyo; "Unthinkable" Tragedy as Remains of 215 Children Uncovered; North Korea: Orphans "Volunteer" to Work at Mines & Farms; Brazilian Demonstrators Demand President's Impeachment; U.S. Marks Memorial Day Weekend as COVID Numbers Drop; U.S. Pushes Forward with Withdrawal from Afghanistan; Boxing Helps Women in Gaza. Aired 1- 2a ET
• Democrats Walked Out from House Floor; Sense of Normalcy Now Felt by Americans; U.S. Warship Failed Its Missile Test; Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu Fighting for His Leadership; Australian Softball Players Head to Japan for Olympic Games; Some EU Countries are Restricting U.K. Travel as Coronavirus Cases Rise; Demonstrators in Brazil Demand for President's Impeachment; Florida Police Hunt for Shooters After Banquet Hall Attack; An Unthinkable Discovery in a Former Residential School in Canada; Mount Nyiragongo Threat. Aired 3- 4a ET
• Texas Democrats Blocks Passage of Voting Bill; Netanyahu Could Lose as Rival Join Forces; U.S. Celebrates Memorial Day Weekend with Normalcy; WHO Investigates New Variant in Vietnam; Demonstrators in Brazil Wants Bolsonaro Impeached; Volcano Still Active in Democratic Republic of Congo a Week After Erupting; Australian Softballers Head To Japan For Olympics Games; North Korea: Orphans "Volunteer" to Work At Mines & Farms; Al-Qaeda Thrives In Afghanistan ahead of U.S. Pullout; President Biden Honors Fallen Service Members. Aired 2-3a ET
• Restrictive Measure Fails to Pass After Democrats Walk Out; President Biden Honors Fallen Service Members; U.S. Marks Memorial Day Weekend as Covid Numbers Drop; Florida Police Hund for Shooters After Banquet Hall Attack; Netanyahu's Rivals Working to Form Coalition to Oust Him as Prime Minister; Australian Softballers Heat to Japan for Olympic Games; Some EU Countries Restricting U.K. Travel as Cases Rise; Brazilian Demonstrations Demand President's Impeachment. Aired 4-4:30a ET
• Texas Democrats Stage Walkout, Blocking Restrictive Voting Bill; Biden Lays Wreath at Tomb of the Unknown Soldier; Florida Officials Give Update on Shooting that Killed Two, Injured 20-Plus. Aired 10-10:30a ET
• U.S. Ship Fails to Intercept Ballistic Missile in Test; North Korea: Orphans "Volunteer" to Work at Mines and Farms; Remains of 215 Children Found Near Former Indigenous School in Canada; New Aerial Images Show Volcano Spewing Gray Ash; Parts of U.S. Could See Winds, Hail and Tornadoes Today; Tennis Start Fined for Not Talking to Media at French Open; Helio Castroneves Wins Record-Tying Fourth Career Indy 500; Bikers Honor Veterans and Those Missing in Action. Aired 4:30-5a ET
• Texas Democrats Block Voting Bill; Mass Shooting at Florida Club. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• Rep. Dean Phillips (D-MN) is Interviewed about Investigating January 6th; Defense Chief Lloyd Austin on Overseeing End of War; China Allows Three Children. Aired 9:30-10a ET
• Defense Secretary Speaks at Arlington National Cemetery; Biden Speaks at Arlington National Cemetery. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• Texas Democrats Stage Walkout, Blocking Restrictive Voting Bill for Now; Florida Police Searching for Three Who Opened Fire on Concert Crowd; White House Gives GOP One Week to Make Progress on Infrastructure. Aired 1-1:30p ET
• Florida Mass Shooting; President Biden Honors Veterans on Memorial Day; Democrats Try to Block Texas Voting Restrictions; Unmasked Holiday. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• Naomi Osaka Fined $15,000 For Avoiding Media at French Open; Texas Democrats Stage Walkout, Blocking Restrictive Voting Bill For Now; Texas State Democrat Senator Rips GOP Bill 2020 Had "Next to no Fraud"; Police: Some in Crowd Fired Back at Shooters Outside Miami- Dade Club; Former FDA Chief: Lab Leaks Happen All the Time, Even in the U.S. Aired 12-12:30p ET
• Nashville Hat Store Facing Backlash For Anti-Vaccine Patch; President Biden Honors Veterans on Memorial Day; Unmasked Holiday; Naomi Osaka Withdraws From French Open. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• Biden Honors Fallen Heroes At Arlington National Cemetery; Defense Chief Lloyd Austin Overseeing End Of War He Fought; Companies Cut Ties With TN Hat Store Over Star Of David Badges. Aired 12:30-1p ET
• Teacher Sues After Being Reassigned Over Black Lives Matter Support; Study Says 3 in 4 Americans Overestimates Ability to Spot Fake News; Biden Releases Proclamation to Mark Tulsa Race Massacred Centennial; Wilberforce University Wipes Out All Student Debt. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• Buttigieg: "Close to a Fish-Or-Cut-Bait Moment on Infrastructure; Record Travel as U.S. Celebrates 1st Maskless Holiday; CDC Eases Restrictions for Summer Camps; More Than Half of U.S. Has at Least One Dose of COVID-19 Vaccine; U.S. Surgeon General: We Must Address the Loneliness Epidemic; Israel P.M. Netanyahu Faces Ouster as Rivals Try Forming Unity Government. Aired 1:30-2p ET
• Experts Warn Of Future Outbreaks If Virus Origins Remain Unknown; WHO: A Monumental Error To Think Danger Of COVID Has Passed; Israel P.M. Netanyahu Faces Ouster As Rivals Try Forming Unity Government; China Announces Three-Child Policy To Boost Population Growth; Vernon AME Church Memorial Remembers Black Wall Street Race Massacre; Naomi Osaka Withdraws From French Open. Aired 2:30-3p ET


May 30, 2021
• Assad Extends Grip on War-torn Syria; Argentina Set to End 9- Day Lockdown; Second Mount Nyiragongo Eruption Looms in DRC; Remains of 215 Children Found Near Canadian Residential School; More than 80 Candidates Killed in Run-up to Mexican Midterms; Olympic Critics Concerned over Coronavirus Safety; Boris Johnson and Carrie Symonds Marry; Hong Kongers Flee over Security Law; Chelsea Fans Celebrate Victory; Lawsuits Plague Sale of World's Most Expensive Painting. Aired 12-1a ET
• Visitors Flocking To U.S. Tourist Spots; Parts Of Europe Begin Reopening To International Tourists; Argentina Set To End Nine-Day Lockdown; Second Mount Nyiragongo Eruption Looms In DRC; Texas Republicans Deal On Sweeping New Voting Legislation; Hong Kongers Flee Over Security Law; Countries' Incentives To Overcome Vaccine Hesitancy; Chelsea Fans Celebrate Victory. Aired 2-3a ET
• Parts Of Europe Begin Reopening To International Tourists; Visitors Flocking To U.S. Tourist Spots; Argentina Set To End Nine-Day Lockdown; Naftali Bennett To Announce Decision On Anti-Netanyahu Government; Texas Republicans Deal On Sweeping New Voting Legislation; More Than 80 Candidates Killed In Run-up To Mexican Midterms; Countries' Incentives To Overcome Vaccine Hesitancy; Singer B.J. Thomas Dies At 78; Lawsuits Plague Sale Of World's Most Expensive Painting. Aired 3-4a ET
• U.S. Restaurants Face Worker Shortage; Visitors Flocking To U.S. Tourist Spots; Parts Of Europe Begin Reopening To International Tourists; Naftali Bennett To Announce Decision On Anti-Netanyahu Government; Texas Republicans Deal On Sweeping New Voting Legislation; Olympic Critics Concerned Over Coronavirus Safety; Argentina Set To End Nine-Day Lockdown; Second Mount Nyiragongo Eruption Looms In DRC; Countries' Incentives To Overcome Vaccine Hesitancy. Aired 4-5a ET
• Parts Of Europe Begin Reopening To International Tourists; Visitors Flocking To U.S. Tourist Spots; Naftali Bennett To Announce Decision On Anti-Netanyahu Government; Texas Republicans Deal On Sweeping New Voting Legislation; More than 80 Candidates Killed In Run-up To Mexican Midterms; How To Have A Safe Holiday Weekend; Data Shows Links On Vaccine Inequity; Second Mount Nyiragongo Eruption Looms In DRC; Lawsuits Plague Sale Of World's Most Expensive Painting. Aired 5-6a ET
• Two Killed, At Least 20 Wounded In Mass Shooting In Florida; Texas GOP Lawmakers Move Closer To Passing New Voting Restrictions; Interview With Rep. Ted Lieu (D-CA); Transportation Secretary Sets June 7 Deadline For Clear Direction On Infrastructure; Study: Food Security Growing Among Active-Duty Military Families; "Unthinkable" Tragedy As Remains Of 215 Children Uncovered; Actor Gavin MacLeod Dies At 90. Aired 2-3p ET
• Restrictive Voting Bill Poised To Pass Into Law In Texas; Witnesses In Trump Investigation Told To Prepare Before Grand Jury; A Gunman Kills Two And Injures 20 In South Florida; Remains Of 215 Children Found At Former School. Aired 5-6p ET
• Two Dead, At Least 20 Injured In Mass Shooting Outside Florida Concert; Texas Lawmakers Poised To Pass Restrictive Voting Bill; COVID Cases Plummet As Vaccinated Ditch Masks Ahead Of Memorial Day; Israeli Opposition Leader; Nazi Comparison; "Friends: The Reunion"; CNN Hero. Aired 4-5p ET
• Two Killed, At Least 20 Wounded In Mass Shooting In Florida; Americans Celebrate Holiday As Vaccination Rates Rise; Israeli Right- Wing Leader Says New Unity Coalition Will Oust Netanyahu; Interview With Rep. Madeleine Dean (D-PA). Aired 3-4p ET
• Texas GOP Rushes To Pass Voting Law Before Midnight Deadline; America Bounces Back With Holiday Weekend Revelry; Two Killed, Dozens Wounded In Mass Shooting Outside Miami Club; Pandemic Trauma Takes Its Toll On Long-Term Mental Health; North Korean Orphans Volunteering Into Hard Labor?; The Transition From Military To Civilian Life. Aired 6-7p ET
• "West Wing" Star On Battling The Big Lie; U.S. Missile Defense Agency Says Intercept Test Failed; New Defendants Charged In Oath Keepers Conspiracy Case; Former GOP Congressman Pays Painful Professional Price; Texas Cops Worry As State Moves To Drop Handgun Permits; When Change Came To Rahul Dubey's Door; Unvaccinated Staffers Sue Hospital Over Vaccine Mandate. Aired 7-8p ET


May 29, 2021
• U.S. and Allies Target Belarus Regime with Sanctions; Constant Contact Hack; Calls to Cancel Olympics Grow. Aired 12-12:15a ET
• U.S. and Allies Target Belarus Regime with Sanctions; Constant Contact Hack; Calls to Cancel Olympics Grow; New Questions Surround COVID-19 Origin; Hundreds of Tigrayans Released; Goma Residents Flee Mount Nyiragongo Volcano; South African Women Fight Rising Violence. Aired 2-2:45a ET
• Travel Increases During Memorial Day Holiday Weekend as More Americans Get Vaccinated and COVID-19 Cases Fall; Oil Prices Rise in U.S. Due to Supply Chain Issues; Miami Beach Mayor Expresses Concern over Number of Visitors During Holiday Weekend; Some Americans Refraining from Getting COVID-19 Vaccination; Supply of COVID-19 Vaccine Low in Parts of World; U.S. Intelligence Community Investigating Origins of COVID-19; Oakland, California, Police Chief LeRonne Armstrong Interviewed on Effect of Defund the Police Movement on Policing and Crime Rates; Eastern Seaboard of U.S. Experiences Adverse Weather and Cold Temperatures. Aired 10-11a ET
• U.S. Republicans Block Capitol Riot Investigation; Constant Contact Hack; San Jose Shooter Owned Many Guns; Calls to Cancel Olympics Grow; Goma Residents Flee Mount Nyiragongo Volcano; Memorial Day Weekend Travel; ER Doc Measures CO2 to Gauge Indoor Ventilation; E.U. Clears Pfizer BioNTech Vaccine for Kids 12-15; Some Republican States Drop Fed Unemployment Boost; Packed Planes and Aggressive Travelers. Aired 3-4a ET
• U.S. Republicans Block Capitol Riot Investigation; U.S. and Allies Target Belarus Regime with Sanctions; New Questions Surround COVID-19 Origin; Memorial Day Weekend Travel; E.U. Clears Pfizer BioNTech Vaccine for Kids 12-15; Hundreds of Tigrayans Released; Goma Residents Flee Mount Nyiragongo Volcano; U.S. Economic Recovery; Obama Praises Rashford for Childhood Food Efforts. Aired 4-5a ET
• U.S. Republicans Block Capitol Riot Investigation; U.S. Economic Recovery; Biden Touts Vaccine Progress; E.U. Clears Pfizer BioNTech Vaccine For Kids 12 To 15; Constant Contact Hack; Calls To Cancel Olympics Grow; Lebanon Medical "Brain Drain"; Hundreds Of Tigrayans Released; Packed Planes And Aggressive Travelers. Aired 5-6a ET
• Millions Traveling This Holiday Weekend As New Cases Plummet; Idaho Governor Rescinds Ban On Mask Mandates Issued By Lt.Gov. While He Was Out Of State; Gun Violence Archive: Around 233 Mass Shootings In The U.S. This Year; Democrats Fighting To Keep Up With Online Misinformation; Hunt For Road Rage Suspect In Killing Of Six-Year-Old Intensifies; Despite Growing Calls For Tokyo Olympic Games To Be Postponed, IOC Is Moving Ahead. Aired 12-1p ET
• Bill To Create Commission To Investigate January 6th Capitol Riots Does Not Pass Due To Republican Senate Filibuster; Interview With Sen. Tina Smith (D-MN); President Biden Orders Intelligence Community To Uncover Origins Of COVID-19; New York Prosecutors Investigating Trump Organization Tell One Witness To Prepare To Testify Before Grand Jury; President Trump's Former Attorney Rudy Giuliani Under Investigation For Dealings In Ukraine. Aired 2-3p ET
• Millions Traveling This Holiday Weekend As New Cases Plummet; Biden Orders Intel Community To Report On COVID Origins In 90 Days; Senate Republicans Block Bipartisan Jan. 6 Commission; Judge Grants "Special Master" Request In Giuliani Raid; Reports: Manhattan D.A. Could Consider Racketeering Charge For Trump Organization; Trump's Grip On GOP Drowns Out Paul Ryan's Case Against Trumpism; Texas Voting Bill Set To Pass After Final Tweaks This Weekend. Aired 1-2p ET
• House Dems Pushing For Committee After GOP Blocks Jan. 6 Probe; Fallen Officer's Family Blasts GOP Inaction On Commission; Texas Voting Bill Set To Pass After Final Tweaks This Weekend; Biden Credits Americans With Success Of U.S. Vaccination Effort; Biden Tasks Intel Community To Report On COVID Origins In 90 days; Baltimore City Public Schools Adopt New Grading Policy; Officers Pull Man From Burning Truck. Aired 11a-12p ET
• House Dems Push For Committee After GOP Blocks Jan. 6 Probe; San Jose Shooter Had Multiple Weapons, Stockpile Of Ammo at Home; America Must Look To Its Past To End The War With Itself; Sen. Bob Casey (D-PA) Discusses GOP Senators Voting No On Bipartisan 1/6 Commission, Possibly Doing Away With Filibuster; Biden Weighs In On Restrictive Voting Bill In Texas. Aired 3-4p ET
• President Biden Slams Texas Voting Bill Pushed By GOP; Republicans Block January 6 Commission; Interview With Rep. Susan Wild (D-PA); Beloved Actor Gavin MacLeod Dies At The Age Of 90, His Career Spanning Seven Decades; Breaking Down The Trump Probe Grand Jury Report; "National Labs" Joins Investigation Into Coronavirus Origins; Bradley Whitford Urges Senate To Pass "For The People Act". Aired 6-7p ET
• Republicans Block Investigation Into Attack On Their Own Workplace; Ex-FDA Commissioner: It's "Plausible" COVID Escaped From Chinese Lab; Concern As In-Flight Fights And Violence Surge; Memorial Day To Mark First Maskless Holiday For Many In Over A Year; Voters In Rep. Greene's District React To Her Holocaust Remarks; Earthquakes Raise Fears Of Another Volcanic Eruption In Congo; Microsoft: Russian Hackers Strike Again, Target U.S. Government Agencies. Aired 4-5p ET
• Biden Slams Texas Voting Bill Pushed By GOP; Sen. Richard Blumenthal (D-CT) Is Interviewed About GOP "Betrayal" Over January 6 Commission; Millions On The Move As Mask Mandates Ease And Cases Fall; How To Enjoy The Holiday Safely As More People Are Out For The Holiday; Growing Concerns Over Surging In-Flight Fights And Violence. Aired 5-6p ET


May 28, 2021
• Japan Weighs Emergency Measures as Health Experts Meet; New Study: Antibodies Detectable for at Least 11 Months; U.S. Intel Divided on COVID-19 Origin; E.U. Mulls Sanctions Ahead of Lukashenko- Putin Talks; Tens of Thousands Flee Volcano in the Democratic Republic of Congo; Growing Calls to Release Hundreds of Detained Men in Tigray; 18 Bodies Discovered in Former Officer's Backyard; Container Ship Carrying Chemicals Burns Off Sri Lanka. Aired 12-12:45a ET
• Olympic-Sized Worries for the Tokyo Olympic Games; U.S. Intel Divided on COVID-19 Origin After Year-Long Inquiry; U.S. Warns of Further Action Against Ethiopia, Eritrea; Belarus Plane Diversion: Bomb Threat E-Mail Sent After Ryanair Flight Ordered to Land; UK Official: Most New Cases Due to Variant From India; UN Votes to Launch Investigation Into Possible War Crimes; Container Ship Carrying Chemicals Burns Off Sri Lanka; GOP Senators Likely to Block Capitol Riot Commission. Aired 2-2:45a ET
• Japanese People Fear Spread of Variants During Tokyo Olympics; China Accused U.S. of Spreading Conspiracy Theory About the Virus; Al- Qaeda May Took Advantage of U.S. Pulling Its Troops; Russia Supports Belarus Against E.U. Actions; U.S. Warns Ethiopia and Eritrea; Thousands Flee Over Fears of Second Volcanic Eruption; Mount Nyiragongo Erupts; Container Ship Carrying Chemicals Burns Off Sri Lanka; El Salvador Crime; Prince Harry, Oprah Winfrey, Host Mental Health Town Hall; Friends, The Reunion. Aired 3-3:45a ET
• U.S. Senate Republicans Likely to Block January 6 Commission Vote; Capitol Police Officer Dealing with Trauma Month After Riots; Japan Weighs Emergency Measures as Health Experts Meet; U.S. Intel Divided on COVID-19 Origin After Year-Long Inquiry; FBI: Guns Used in Mass Shooting Were Legally Obtained. Authorities Previously Questioned Shooter About Hatred of Job. Aired 4-4:30a ET
• Japan Weighs Emergency Measures as Health Experts Meet; U.S. Intel Divided on COVID-19 Origin After Year-Long Inquiry; Russia Denies Its Airspace As Detour Around Belarus; Al Qaeda Thrives in Afghanistan Ahead of U.S. Pullout; U.S., U.N. Demand Release of Hundreds of Detained Men in Tigray; Relative of Detained Iranian- Americans Speaking Out; Tens of Thousand Flee Volcano in DR Congo; Container Ship Carrying Chemicals Burns Off Sri Lanka; Top Baseball Player Escapes During Tournament in U.S. Aired 1-2a ET
• Microsoft: Russian Hackers Break into "USAID" System; Tens of Thousands Flee Volcano in Democratic Republic of Congo; Family of Iranian-Americans Worries They'll Be Left Behind; Texas Republican Move Further Right, Toward Trump; Prince Harry, Oprah Winfrey Host Mental Health Town Hall. Aired 4:30-5a ET
• Judge Grants Federal Prosecutor's Request for Special Master to Review Materials Seized During Giuliani Raid; Time's Up CEO Launches Business Coalition to Address Childcare Crisis; 37-Plus Million People Expected to Travel over Memorial Day Weekend. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• Senate Republicans Kill Bipartisan January 6 Commission; Microsoft Says, Russia Hackers Strike Again, Target U.S. Government Agencies; New York Times Reports, Intel Officials Said to have Unexamined Evidence of COVID Origins. Aired 1-1:30p ET
• Senate Back after GOP Stall Tactic; GOP Holds up January 6th Commission Vote; Paul Ryan Criticizes Trump's Hold on the Party; Biden Unveils Budget Proposal; Unreviewed Evidence on COVID Origins; China Pushes COVID Origin Conspiracy Theory; San Jose Shooter Used Legally Obtained Guns. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• President Biden Speaks to Troops Ahead of Memorial Day Weekend; Republicans Block Insurrection Commission. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• U.S. Marine Held in Russia Tests Positive For COVID; CDC Updates COVID Camp Guidance; Hackers Launch Cyberattack on U.S.; Interview With Rep. Jennifer Wexton (D-VA); Republicans Block Insurrection Commission. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• Russia Appears to Hack System; Tens of Thousands Flee Goma; Dr. Ashish Jha is Interviewed about the Pandemic; Home Shortage Sparks Bidding Wars. Aired 9:30-10a ET.
• Former Marine's Hearing in Russia Postponed After Positive COVID Test; Obama Acknowledges UFOs Are Objects We Can't Explain; Department of Homeland Security Warns of Tulsa Race Massacre Commemorations Becoming Targets. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• Raid Yard Shooter Used Legally-Obtained Guns But the High- Capacity Magazines He Had Are Outlawed in CA; Home Shortage Sparks Bidding Wars; 3 NBA Teams Ban Fans for Unruly, Disrespectful Behavior; Tiger Says Rehab is Most Painful Experience of His Life. Aired 1:30-2p ET
• Senate Back in Session After GOP Stall Tactic; GOP Rep. Greene Absurdly Compares Democrats to Nazis; DHS: San Jose Shooter Possessed Books About Terrorism, Notes About How He Hated His Workplace. Aired 10-10:30a ET
• Biden Speaks to Troops Ahead of Memorial Day Weekend; Russia Escalates Cyberwar with U.S. Ahead of Biden-Putin Summit; Senate Republicans Vote for Trump Instead of Bipartisan 1/6 Commission; Paul Ryan, Matt Gaetz Send Out Opposite Messages over Direction of GOP; Tapper's New Book, "The Devil May Dance," Out Now. Aired 2:30-3p ET


May 27, 2021
• Japan's Doctors Union Agree to Cancel Tokyo Olympics; IOC Doing the Wrong Thing; U.S. Intel to Investigate the Origin of the Virus; Dominic Cummings Spill Beans Against His Former Boss; India Facing Another Plague; President Biden Calls For Ceasefire And Humanitarian Access In Tigray; Blinken' Middle East Trip Ends In Jordan; A Palestinian Human Rights Campaigner's View; Deadly Volcanic Eruption, Tremors Put Republic Of Congo And Rwanda On High Alert; Taiwan Faces Vaccine Shortage Amid COVID Outbreak; 18,000 Afghans Who Helped United States Still Awaiting VISAS; Dutch Court Orders Shell To Cut Emissions Faster. Aired 3-4a ET
• Growing Calls to Cancel Tokyo Olympics; Wuhan Lab Theory; Belarusian Terror Tactics against Journalists and Activists; Palestinian Human Rights Campaigner's View; Taiwan Reports Record COVID Deaths as Cases Surge; Black Fungus Cases in India Rise as Drug Supplies Run Low; Dozens of Politicians Killed Ahead of June 6 Elections. Aired 12-12:45a ET
• Nine Killed in Mass Shooting at Rail Maintenance Yard; Senate Expected to Vote on January 6 Commission Bill; Biden to Intel Agencies: Report on COVID Origins in 90 Day; Doctors' Groups Lead Push to Cancel Tokyo Games; Lukashenko Claims "Ill-Wishers" Attacking Belarus; Investigations of Atrocities in Tigray Region. Aired 4-4:30a ET
• Doctors' Groups Lead Push to Cancel Tokyo Games; Biden to Intel Agencies: Report on COVID Origins in 90 Days; Sri Lanka Works to Contain Expected Oil Spill; Syrian President Assad Expected to Win 4th Term in "Sham Election"; CNN Investigates Atrocities in Tigray Region; U.S. Companies May have Benefited from Forced Labor of Uyghurs; 18,000 Afghans Who Helped U.S. Still Awaiting Visas; A Passport for Your Food; Two ExxonMobil Directors Ousted after Investor Battle. Aired 1- 2a ET
• Growing Calls to Cancel Tokyo Olympics; COVID-19 Hot Spots Flare While Global Cases Drop; Mexico's Deadly Election Season; Palestinian Human Rights Campaigner's View; Belarusian Terror Tactics against Journalists and Activists; Amazon Buys MGM. Aired 2-2:45a ET
• Grand Jury Reportedly Convened to Consider Charging Trump; Former Johnson Aide Rips into Government COVID Response; Hedge Fund Says Oil Companies Dragging Feet on Climate Crisis; Amazon Announces $8.45 Billion Deal to Buy MGM; Fan Dumps Popcorn on Wizard's Russel Westbrook. Aired 4:30-5a ET
• Today, Senate Votes on Whether to Advance January 6 Commission Bill; Nine People Killed at California Rail Yard in 17th Mass Shooting this Week; Biden Gives U.S. Intel 90 Days to Report on Origin of Pandemic. Aired 10-10:30a ET
• San Jose Railyard Shooting; Former Capitol Police Comment about Congress; Judge Says Election Lies Could Inspire more Violence; GOP Unveils Infrastructure Counteroffer; Sen. Bob Casey (D-PA) is Interviewed about an Infrastructure Bill. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• Man Kills Nine Coworkers at Rail Yard in 17th Mass Shooting this Week; Senate Republicans Expected to Block Vote on January 6 Commission; Biden's Call for COVID Origin Probe Splits U.S. and China. Aired 1-1:30p ET
• President Biden in Ohio; San Jose Mass Shooting Investigation; Republicans Set to Block Bipartisan Insurrection Commission. Aired 2- 2:30p ET
• Vaccination Interest After Mask Guidance; Ed Bastian is Interviewed about Travel; Biden Wants Report on COVID Origin. Aired 9:30-10a ET
• San Jose Mass Shooting Investigation; COVID's Origins; Republicans Set to Block Bipartisan Insurrection Commission; President Biden in Ohio. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• Should U.S. Take Action to Explore China and Their Virus Leak to Help Ensure That Another Pandemic Won't Occur In The Future?; A Key Witness in the Trump Investigation Told to Prepare for a Grand Jury Testimony; President Biden Visiting Tulsa, OK, Next Week to Honor the 100 year Anniversary of the Tulsa Race Massacre. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• Interview with Rep. James Clyburn (D-SC); Soon, Biden to Deliver Remarks on Economy from Cleveland; GOP Unveils $928 Billion Infrastructure Counteroffer; Witness in Trump Case Told to Prepare for Grand Jury Testimony; Studies: People Who Test Positive for COVID-19 May Develop Long-Lasting Immunity; Vaccination Interest Increased after CDC's New Mask Guidance. Aired 1:30-2p ET
• Ronald Green's Family Joins March to Louisiana Capitol; "Dreamland" Tells Story of Tulsa Massacre, Airs Monday at 9PM; TSA Conduction 1,300 Investigations into Mask Violations; "Friends" Reunion Special Now Streaming on HBO Max. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• Biden Delivers Remarks on Economic Plan for America. Aired 2:30-3p ET


May 26, 2021
• Top Japanese Newspaper Calls for Olympic Games to Be Canceled; U.S. Pledges to Reopen Jerusalem Consulate and Aid to Rebuild Gaza; Biden and Putin to Meet in Switzerland in June; Indian Farmers to Hold Mass Protests Despite COVID-19; Tropical Cyclone Yaas Approaches Landfall in India; Residents Face Bleak Future, Little Chance to Leave; John Cena Apologizes to China for Calling Taiwan a Country. Aired 12-12:45a ET
• Top Japanese Newspaper Calls for Olympic Games to Be Canceled; U.S. Pledges to Reopen Jerusalem Consulate and Aid to Rebuild Gaza; Experts Call for More Investigation into COVID-19 Origins; Former Boris Johnson Adviser to Face Parliamentary Probe; Tropical Cyclone Yaas Makes Landfall in India; Gaza Residents Face Bleak Future; John Cena Apologizes for Calling Taiwan a Country. Aired 2-2:45a ET
• Blinken Meets Israeli, Palestinian Leaders on Mideast Tour; Olympic Co-Sponsor Calls for Games' Cancellation; Former Johnson Adviser to Face Parliamentary Probe; Middle East Diplomacy; Memorials and Calls for Reform One Year after Murder; Indian Farmers Begin Mass Protests Despite COVID Risk; Tropical Cyclone Yaas Makes Landfall in Northeast India; Cena Apologizes to China for Calling Taiwan a Country; Ship Could Sink Any Moment and Spill Oil near Sri Lanka. Aired 1-2a ET
• Manhattan Prosecutor Convenes Grand Jury in Trump Probe; More World Leaders Blast Belarus Over Flight Diversion; Blinken Met with Israeli and Palestinian Leaders; U.S. Calls for Further Investigation into Covid Origins; Official Olympic Partner Calls for Games to be Canceled; Push to Pass "George Floyd Justice in Policing Act"; Pressure Mounts on Louisiana State Police as Family Alleges Cover-Up. Aired 4-4:30a ET
• Israeli President Reuven Rivlin Accepts U.S. Invitation; U.S. to Help Rebuild Gaza; Japanese Newspaper Calling Tokyo Olympics to be Cancelled; UNRWA Plays Major Role in Helping Refugees; European Nations Avoid Flying to Belarus Airspace; European Parliament All Eyes to Dominic Cummings; Blinken Wraps Israel Visit, Heads To Egypt, Jordan. The Threat From Tehran; Polls Open In Election Seen As Rubber- Stamp For Assad; Tropical Cyclone Yaas Makes Landfall In Northeast India; George Floyd's Murder, One Year On; Burning Cargo Ship Off Colombo, Sri Lanka; Deadly Volcanic Eruption In Goma, Congo; Shepherd Saves Six Runners During Extreme Weather In China; John Cena Angers Fans In China. Aired 3-4a ET
• Republicans Finally Denounce Holocaust Comparison; British Prime Minister's Ex-Adviser to Testify in Parliament COVID Probe; Three Arrests in Deadly Italian Cable Car Crash; John Cena Apologizes to China for Calling Taiwan a Country; Sports World Pays Tribute to George Floyd. Aired 4:30-5a ET
• Washington Post Reports, Grand Jury to Consider Potential Charges Against Trump; GOP-Led Arizona Election Audit Moves Forward amid Intra-Party Fight; Senate Holds Key Vote Tomorrow on January 6 Commission. Aired 10-10:30a ET
• Airlines Brace for Busiest Travel Weekend since Pandemic Started; Facebook Says, Russia and Iran are Top Sources of Fake Activity, U.S. in Fourth Place; Police Responding to a Shooting Near Downtown San Jose, California. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• Multiple Fatalities and Wounded, Suspect Dead in Shooting; Washington Post Reports, Grand Jury to Consider Potential Charges against Trump; Biden Gives Intel Agencies 90 Days to Probe COVID's Origins. Aired 1-1:30p ET
• Grand Jury to Consider Charges against Trump; Key Vote Tomorrow on January 6th Commission; Biden Signaled $1 Trillion Infrastructure; COVID-19 Vaccine Not Linked to Heart Problems in Kids. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• Eight People Killed in San Jose Mass Shooting. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• Grand Jury Convened to Consider Whether to Indict Trump; President Biden Orders Investigation Into Origins of COVID-19; Will Republicans Block Bipartisan Insurrection Commission?; Eight People Killed in San Jose Mass Shooting. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• COVID-19 Vaccine Not Linked to Heart Problems in Kids; Biden Shut Down Investigation of Lab Leak Theory; Biden and Putin to Meet Face-to-Face; Emilia Strong Sykes is Interviewed about Ohio's Vaccine Lottery. Aired 9:30-10a ET.
• Biden Shut Down Pompeo-Led Effort to Probe Lab-leak Theory of COVID-19; Union: Southwest Flight Attendants Assaulted, 2 Teeth Knocked Out; Officials Give Update on Deadly San Jose Shooting. Aired 1:30-2p ET
• New York Prosecutor Convenes Grand Jury to Look into Trump Organization; Manhattan D.A. Trying to Flip Weisselberg Against Trump; Pentagon Considers Telling Troops to Report Suspected "Havana Syndrome" Incidents; Eight Fatalities, Suspect Dead in San Jose Shooting; House Democrats Urge Biden to Appoint Anti-Semitism Ambassador. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• WAPO: Grand Jury Convened to Consider Whether to Indict Trump; Police: Eight Fatalities, Suspect Dead in San Jose Shooting; Author Dave Cullen Discusses Mass Shootings, Gun Reform; FAA Says 1,900 Reports of Mask Mandate Violations, TSA Reports Assaults on TSA & Flight Crew Employees. Aired 2:30-3p ET


May 25, 2021
• Outrage over Flight Diversion, Arrest in Belarus; Malian Interim President and Prime Minister Arrested; U.S. Citizens Warned to Avoid Olympics; Myanmar Detains U.S. Journalist; Aung San Suu Kyi Makes First In-Person Court Appearance; South Africa Vaccine Rollout Called 'Dismal Failure'; Severe Cyclonic Storm to Hit India; Dogs Might Be Able to Sniff Out COVID-19 Infections. Aired 12-12:45a ET
• U.S. to Help Rebuild Gaza; Secretary Blinken to Meet His Counterpart in Israel and Palestinian Authority; E.U. Countries Taking Action Against Lukashenko's Illegal Action; China Don't Agree with U.S.' Intel Report; European Commission Meeting Covered Wide Range of Issues; Americans Are Advised Not to Travel to Japan; The Game Must Go On; WHO Chief Blasts Scandalous Vaccine Inequity; How Dogs Could Help Battle COVID-19. Aired 3-3:45a ET
• Outrage Over Flight Diversion, Dissident Arrest in Belarus; U.S. Citizens Warned to Avoid Japan as Olympics Near; China Refute Report on Hospitalization of Researchers; Belarusians Flee Repression of Lukashenko's Regime; U.K. Black Lives Matter Activist in Critical Condition; Myanmar Detains American Journalist; Tropical Cyclone Yaas Set to Strike India. Aired 1-2a ET
• U.S. Secretary of State on Tour to Shore Up Middle East Cease- Fire; South Africa Vaccine Rollout Called "Dismal Failure"; China Refutes Report on Hospitalization of Researchers; Black Fungus Spreading across India; CNN Finds Brutal Treatment of Activists in Belarus; Myanmar Detains U.S. Journalist. Aired 2-2:45a ET
• Biden to Meet Floyd Family on Anniversary of His Death; Blinken on Middle East Tour to Shore Up Ceasefire; EU Slams Belarus After Dissident's Arrest; Airlines, Aviation Industry Alarmed by Belarus "Hijacking"; Aung San Suu Kyi Makes First In-Person Court Appearance; Myanmar Detains U.S. Journalist as He Was Leaving Country; W.H.O.: Chinese Data Could Offer Clues to Pandemic Origin. Aired 4- 4:30a ET
• W.H.O. Turns to Overlooked Data for New COVID Clues; China Refutes Report on Hospitalizations of Researchers; Organizers Plan to Make Summer Olympic Games Happen; Blinken Warps Up Meeting with Netanyahu; Anti-Semitic Violence on the Rise in the U.S.; Deeply Contested "Audit" Resumes in Arizona; Pentagon Faces Deadline to Issue Unclassified UFO Report. Aired 4:30-5a ET
• Marches, Rallies Mark One Year Since Police Killing of George Floyd; Rep. Kevin McCarthy (R-CA) Says, Greene's Holocaust Comparison Appalling; Blinken Meets with Palestinian Authority President Abbas. Aired 10-10:30a ET
• U.S. Sees Surge in Air Travel Heading into Memorial Day Weekend; Freedom Fighters Find Enduring Hope with New Generation of Activists. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• Floyd Family Meets with Biden; Policing Bill Optimism; Floyd Remembered One Year Later; Shareeduh Tate is Interviewed about Floyd; Moderna Releases Adolescent Trial Information. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• Blinken on Middle East Tour; New York State Police Increase Presence after Jewish Attacks; Louisiana Officer in Greene Case Didn't Report Camera Footage; Rep. Don Bacon (R-NE) is Interviewed about the January 6th Commission; DOJ Appeals Order to Release Trump Memo. Aired 9:30-10a ET.
• Trump Responds to Insurrection Lawsuit; Secretary of State in Middle East; Country Marks Anniversary of George Floyd's Death. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• Moderna Says Vaccine Safe For Children Over 12; Infrastructure Negotiations; Police Reform Progress?. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• Floyd Family Speaks After Meeting with President Biden; Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene Compares House Mask Rules to Holocaust. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• Biden DOJ Appeals Order to Release Trump Obstruction Memo; Faulty Redactions Show Feds Seized More Than Previously Disclosed in Giuliani Raid; Trump Lawyer Responds to Insurrection Lawsuit by Claiming Presidential Immunity; Optimism for Policing Bill on Anniversary of George Floyd's Killing; Poll: 53 Percent of Americans Say Policing Needs Major Changes or Complete Overhaul; Early Research Suggest Dogs Can Detect COVID-19 Infections. Aired 1:30-2p ET
• Sources: Two Officers Involved in Ronald Greene's Arrest to be Fired; S. Lee Merritt, Ronald Greene Family Attorney, Discusses What Appears to be a Cover-Up in His Death; Top Republicans Plan to Filibuster Jan. 6 Commission Bill This Week; After Wave of Outrage, GOP Leaders Condemn Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene; U.S. Citizens Warned Not to Travel to Japan as Tokyo Olympics Near. Aired 2:30-3p ET
• Calls For Equality Continue On Anniversary Of George Floyd's Death; Five Days After Holocaust Comments, GOP Leaders Finally Denounce Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene (R-GA); Moderna Says, Vaccine Appears Safe And Effective For Ages 12-17. Aired 1-1:30p ET


May 24, 2021
• Belarus Arrests Opposition Activist after Flight Diverted; Ceasefire Held for Third Day as Damage is Assessed; Concerns Grow Over Gaza's Humanitarian Crisis; India Reports Another 222,000+ Cases; Argentina Begins New Lockdown as Cases Surge; Japan Opens Mass COVID- 19 Vaccination Centers; Extreme Weather Kills 21 Mountain Trail Runners in China; 14 Dead After Cable Car Plunges into Mountainside in Italy. Aired 12-12:45a ET
• International Condemnation After Arrest in Belarus; Concerns Grow Over Gaza's Humanitarian Crisis; Opposition to Olympic Games Grows as COVID-19 Cases Spread; China's Running Community Mourns 21 Killed in Extreme Cold; 14 Dead after Cable Car Plunged into Mountainside; DRC Volcano Eruption Leaves Trail of Death and Destruction; Delhi Extends Lockdown for Fifth Time Until May 31; Conflicting COVID Origin Reports Muddle Search for Truth; Phil Mickelson Becomes Oldest Golfer to Win a Major. Aired 1-2a ET
• Belarus Forces Plane to Land and Arrest Opposition Leader; Secretary of State Antony Blinken to Meet with Middle East Counterparts on Israel-Hamas Ceasefire; George Floyd's Family Celebrates His Death Anniversary; Conflict with Intelligence Report on Origins of Coronavirus; A Cable Car in Italy Falls Into Mountainside; Volcanic Eruption at Democratic Republic of Congo; Global Impact of George Floyd's Death; Civil Rights Leaders Discuss Impact Of Global Protests; Kenya Launches Wildlife Census; U.S. Restricting Visas Over Conflict In Ethiopia. Aired 2-3a ET
• International Community Outrage of Lukashenko's Illegal Action; Congresswoman Marjorie Taylor Greene Stands with Her Rhetoric; U.S. to Help Rebuild Gaza; Families Picking Up Leftovers of War; U.S. Intel Found Evidence on Origins of the Virus; Full Transparency is Vital to an Investigation; Lava Destroyed Hundreds of Homes in DRC; One Child Survived Cable Car Accident; Phil Mickelson Breaking New Record. Aired 3-4a ET
• Wuhan Lab Workers Hospitalized Before Pandemic Began; International Condemnation for Belarus "Hijacking"; Belarus Arrests Opposition Activist After Flight Diverted; U.S. Sees Another Weekend of Killings, Mass Shootings; CDC: More than 130 Million People in U.S. Fully Vaccinated; Madison Square Garden Welcomes 15,000 for Knicks Game; Spain Welcomes Tourists for U.K. and Japan Starting Today. Aired 4-4:30a ET
• Jewish Visitors Allowed at Jerusalem Holy Site Sunday; Concerns Grow Over Gaza's Humanitarian Crisis; 14 Dead After Cable Car Plunges into Mountainside; Kenya Aims to Aid Conservation, Identify Threats; Artists in Hong Kong Navigate Changed Political Reality. Aired 4:30-5a ET
• CNN Reports, Several Wuhan Lab Scientists Hospitalized in November 2019; Arizona's Bogus Audit Restarts amid Legal Challenges. Aired 10-10:30a ET
• FBI Analyst Charged with Taking National Security Docs for a Decade; Rep. Hakeem Jeffries (D-NY) Optimistic Senate Will Pass January Commission; One Arrest, More Expected after Deadly Birthday Party Shooting. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• Wuhan Lab Scientists were Hospitalized in November 2019; Georgia Set for Ballot Counting; Bee Nguyen is Interviewed about Georgia's Recount. Aired 9:00-9:30a ET
• New Info on Researchers' Illness Fuels Debate on Pandemic Origins; 13 Dead in Various U.S. Mass Shootings Since Friday. Aired 1- 1:30p ET
• Interview With David Hogg; COVID-19 Origins. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• Lt. Gen. Russel Honore is Interviewed about Capitol Security; Thirteen Mass Shootings over the Weekend; Bipartisan Negotiations on Infrastructure; Belarus Accused of Hijacking Plane. Aired 9:30-10a ET.
• Remembering George Floyd; COVID-19 Origins?; Biden Policy Agenda. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• GOP's Rush to Derail Capitol Riot Investigation; GOP Leaders Silent after Taylor Greene Compares Mask Mandate to Holocaust; Biden's Agenda Facing Looming Deadlines; White House Condemns Belarus over Plan Incident; Report: Trump White House Did Not Provide Separated Parents Chance to Bring Their Children Upon Removal; 5 Rural Counties in Oregon Push to Secede, Join Idaho. Aired 1:30-2p ET
• Biden to Meet with Family on Anniversary of George Floyd's Death; 13 Mass Shooting in 8 States this Weekend, 13 Dead, 70+ Hurt; Belarus Accused of "Hijacking" Plane to Grab Dissident Journalist; Arizona Secretary of State; Conspiracy Theorist's Group to Help Staff Arizona Election Audit; Colbert, Fallon to Welcome Full Audiences Back in June. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• David Hogg, Co-Founder of Never Again MSDP, Discusses GOP Silence after Rep. Taylor Greene Compares Mask Mandate to Holocaust; Bipartisan Talks over Infrastructure Deal on the Brink of Crumbling Days Before Deadline; Biden Demands End to Anti-Semitic "Despicable" Attacks; From the Golf Course to the Gymnastics Arena, Proof Some Athletes Improve with Age. Aired 2:30-3p ET


May 23, 2021
• Israel-Hamas Ceasefire; Supply Shortages Fuel Asian COVID-19 Surge; Volcanic Eruptions Subside, Goma Activates Evacuation Plan; Afghan Translators In Jeopardy As U.S. Troops Withdraw; Cuba Bets On Domestic Vaccines; Cash Incentives Offered To Americans To Get Vaccinated; France Criticized In Rwandan Genocide; Phil Mickelson Seeking Place As Oldest Major Champ. Aired 12-1a ET
• Volcanic Eruptions Subside, Goma Activates Evacuation Plan; Israel-Hamas Ceasefire; Italy Wins 2021 Eurovision; Cash Incentives Offered To Americans To Get Vaccinated; U.S. Lawmaker Compares House Mask Mandate To Holocaust; Trump's Big Lie Pushes Recounts In More States; Afghan Translators In Jeopardy As U.S. Troops Withdraw; Virgin Galactic Launches Third Spaceflight; China's Mars Rover Drives On Planet's Surface. Aired 2-3a ET
• Cash Incentives Offered To Americans To Get Vaccinated; Israel- Hamas Ceasefire; Volcanic Eruptions Subside, Goma Activates Evacuation Plan; Supply Shortages Fuel Asian COVID-19 Surge; Former BBC Journalist Won't Admit He Harmed Diana; Gaetz's Ex Cooperating With Feds; Pastors Try To Stop QAnon's Spread Among Evangelicals; Phil Mickelson Seeking Place As Oldest Major Champ. Aired 3-4a ET
• Supply Shortages Fuel Asian COVID-19 Surge; Israel-Hamas Ceasefire; Volcanic Eruptions Subside, Goma Activates Evacuation Plan; Doctors Raise Alarm Over Black Fungus Disease; Former BBC Journalist Won't Admit He Harmed Diana; China's Mars Rover Drives On Planet's Surface. Aired 4-5a ET
• Afghan Translators In Jeopardy As U.S. Troops Withdraw; Israel- Hamas Ceasefire; Volcanic Eruptions Subside, Goma Activates Evacuation Plan; Cash Incentives Offered To Americans To Get Vaccinated; Extreme Weather Kills 21 Ultra-Marathon Runners In China; Former BBC Journalist Won't Admit He Harmed Diana; Phil Mickelson Seeking Place As Oldest Major Champ. Aired 5-6a ET
• Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene Compares House Mask Rules To Holocaust; Violent Weekend In U.S.; Ryanair Flight Diverted In Belarus, Opposition Activist Arrested; California On Track For Full Reopening June 15; Rep. Alma Adams (D-NC) Is Interviewed About New Partisan Bill Calling For Billions Of Aid To Black Colleges. Aired 2- 3p ET
• GOP Representative Marjorie Taylor Greene Defends Comparing Mask Mandate To Holocaust; George Floyd's Family Holds March For Anniversary Of His Death; Interview With Rep. Hakeem Jeffries (D-NY) About Bipartisan Bills In Congress; Conspiracy-Driven Election Audit In Arizona Resumes; DNA Suggests Executed Arkansas Man Innocent Of Crime; Knicks Will Host 15,000 Fans For NBA Playoff Return. Aired 4-5p ET
• Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene Compares Mask Mandates To Holocaust; Sharon Stone On Release Of Director's Cut Of Movie; Death Anniversary Of George Floyd; Gun Violence In The U.S. In 2021; Overheating U.S. Economy; U.S. Wealth Gap In "United Shades Of America"; Gymnast Simone Biles Makes History; Commencement Speaker Gives Graduates $1,000 Each. Aired 5-6p ET
• Anti-Semitic Attacks On The Rise In The U.S.; Interview With Rep. Tom Suozzi (D-NY); George Floyd Family Meeting with President Biden Today to Mark One Year Since Floyd's Death. Aired 3-4p ET
• WSJ: Intelligence On Sick Staff At Wuhan Lab Fuels Debate On COVID-19's Origin; U.N. Allocates More Than $22 Million To Gaza Relief Effort; GOP Congresswoman Marjorie Taylor Greene Compares Mask Wearing To The Holocaust; Trump's Big Election Lie Infects Georgia With More Bogus Ballot Claims; Pre-Pandemic Hoops Bounce Back With Sellout NBA Game. Aired 6-7p ET
• 2019 Hospitalization of Wuhan Lab Workers Fuels Questions about Virus' Origins; Phil Mickelson Scores Historic PGA Championship Win; No "Fowl Play" in Arizona as Crazy Chicken Conspiracy Debunked; Republicans Fear January 6th Probe Could Hurt 2022 Chances; Another Violent Weekend in the U.S.; The Story of Late Night on Jay Leno and David Letterman Competition. Aired 8-9p ET


May 22, 2021
• Israeli Police Sweep through Al-Aqsa Mosque Compound; U.S. to Give Vaccines to South Korean Service Members; Taiwan COVID-19 Cases Spike. Aired 12-12:15a ET
• Gaza Border Opened for Aid Trucks; Israel-Hamas Fragile Cease- Fire Enters Second Day; Argentina Enters Lockdown; Taiwan COVID-19 Cases Spike; Hunger Plaguing Philippines; U.K. Prime Minister "Concerned" after Diana's BBC Interview Inquiry. Aired 2-2:45a ET
• Gaza Border Opened for Aid Trucks; Israel-Hamas Fragile Cease- Fire Enters Second Day; Vaccinations Pave Way for U.S. Mass Events; Taiwan COVID-19 Cases Spike. Aired 3-3:30a ET
• Israel-Hamas Fragile Cease-Fire Enters Second Day; Arab Woman's Kidney Transplant Donor Was Jewish Man; Biden Turns Focus to East Asia; Vaccinations Pave Way for U.S. Mass Events; European Nations' Different Approaches to U.K. Travelers; New Video of Ronald Greene's Encounter with Police; Taiwan COVID-19 Cases Spike; Hunger Plaguing Philippines; Global Warming Could Worsen "Zombie" Fires; Subtropical Storm Ana Forms in the Atlantic. Aired 4-5a ET
• Israeli Police Sweep through Al-Aqsa Mosque Compound; Israel- Hamas Fragile Cease-Fire Enters Second Day; Biden Turns Focus to East Asia; False Voter Fraud Claims Fuel Audits Months after 2020 Presidential Election; Anti-Semitic Attacks in U.S.; New Video of Ronald Greene's Encounter with Police; European Nations' Different Approaches to U.K. Travelers; U.K. Prime Minister "Concerned" after Diana's BBC Interview Inquiry. Aired 5-6a ET
• Hidden Gems Of Montana; CDC: Daily Vaccines Doses Administered Down 46 Percent From April Peak; More States Reopening With Daily Case Count Lowest Since Last June; New Body Cam Videos Document Ronald Greene's Brutal Death; Biden Vows U.S. Will Help Rebuild Gaza Without Hamas; Trump Allies In Mounting Legal Jeopardy; Princes William & Harry Blast BBC For Deceiving Diana. Aired 12-1p ET
• New Video Released Of Louisiana State Police Beating Ronald Greene Before His Death; Florida Congressman Matt Gaetz's Former Girlfriend Agrees To Cooperate With Investigators Into Allegations Of Sexual Misconduct; Federal Judge Refuses To Release Accused Capitol Rioter Daniel Caldwell From Jail; States Offering Incentives For Citizens To Get COVID-19 Vaccine; President Biden Hosting Family Of George Floyd At White House; Former President Donald Trump's Charges Of Secret Service For Continued Protection Examined. Aired 10-11a ET
• Former Gaetz Associate Cuts Plea Deal To Cooperate With Investigators; Sources: Gaetz Ex-Girlfriend To Cooperate In Sex Trafficking Probe; New Body Cam Videos Document Ronald Greene's Brutal Death; GOP Fights To Keep Critical Race Theory Out Of Classrooms; More States Reopening With Daily Cases Lowest Since Last June. Aired 1-2p ET
• New Body Cam Videos Document Ronald Greene's Brutal Death; More States Reopening With Daily Case Count Lowest Since Last June; Israel & Hamas Ceasefire Agreement Enters Second Day; White House Reduces Infrastructure Proposal; Smaller Music Venues Still Await Critical Federal Funding. Aired 11a-12p ET
• CNN: Gaetz's Ex-Girlfriend To Cooperate In Sex Trafficking Probe; Interview With Sen. Ben Cardin (D-MD); New Videos Document Ronald Greene's Brutal Death In Police Custody; Prince Harry Details Struggles With Mental Health, Alcohol & Drugs; Prince Harry Blasts Efforts By Media And "The Firm" To "Smear" Meghan; Pastors Try To Stop QAnon's Spread Among Evangelicals; White House Pairs With Dating Apps To Promote COVID-19 Vaccine. Aired 3-4p ET
• New Video Released Of Louisiana State Police Beating Ronald Greene Before His Death; White House Offers Counterproposal On Infrastructure Bill To Republican Lawmakers; Legislation For Commission To Investigate January 6th Riot Likely Will Not Pass Senate; Republican Sen. Ted Cruz Faces Backlash After Tweet Disparaging U.S. Military In Comparison To Russian Military; Businesses In U.S. Reopening As Coronavirus Pandemic Subsides; Chicago's Largest Music Festival Returns At Full Capacity. Aired 2-3p ET
• Hopes Fade For Bipartisan Commission To Investigate January 6th Riot; Rep. Carlos Gimenez (R-FL) Is Interviewed About The Bipartisan January 6th Commission; CNN: Gaetz's Ex-Girlfriend To Cooperate In Sex Trafficking Probe; Trump Allies Pushing Arizona-style Election Audit In More States; Supreme Court Takes Up Major Abortion Case That Could Limit Roe V. Wade; Israel And Hamas Ceasefire Enters Second Day. Aired 4-5p ET
• Gaetz & Greene Take Road Show To Arizona, Ground Zero For Big Lie; Interview With Arizona Secretary Of State Katie Hobbs (D); Former Daughter-In-Law Believes Weisselberg Will Flip On Trump; Former Navy Pilot Reveals Daily Sightings Of UFOs; European Union To Reopen Its Borders To Vaccinated Travelers; Joe Rogan Claims Woke Culture Silencing Straight White Men. Aired 5-6p ET
• Maskless Reunions Across The Country As America Reopens; Around 800,000 People In Gaza Without Regular Access To Water; Matt Gaetz's Ex-Girlfriend Now Cooperating With Feds; Expert Slams CDC Summer Camp Guidelines As "Draconian"; Evangelical Pastors Push Back On QAnon Lies; Volcano Erupts In The Democratic Republic Of Congo. Aired 8-9p ET
• Vaccinated Americans Adjust To Life After Lockdowns; New Bodycam Videos Document Ronald Greene's Brutal Death; Interview With Sen. Tina Smith (D-MN); CNN: Greenberg Told Investigators Gaetz And At Least Two Other Men Had Sexual Contact With A 17-Year-Old Girl; Matt Gaetz Ex-Girlfriend Now Cooperating With Feds; Israel-Hamas Truce Appears To Be Holding Despite Clashes; Prince Harry Claims "The Firm" Tried To "Smear" Wife Meghan Markle. Aired 6-7p ET
• Maryland Candy Company Cooks Up Chocolate-Covered Cicadas; California Poised To Fully Reopen On June 15th; Dr. William Schaffner Answers Your Questions; Agriculture Secretary On Relief Plan For Minority Farmers; Time To Put Away The Sweatpants; Companies Face Decision Over Requiring Workers Be Vaccinated; DNA Evidence Could Exonerate Executed Black Man; How Trump Weaponized The Big Lie To Reshape The GOP. Aired 7-8p ET


May 21, 2021
• Ceasefire Between Israel and Hamas Takes Effect; Prince William: BBC's Failures Contributed to Diana's Paranoia; India's COVID-19 Cases Cross 26 Million Mark; Olympic Game Organizers to Speak Amid Pressure to Call Off Games; U.S. Senate Calls for Immediate Withdrawal of Eritrean Troops. Aired 12-12:45a ET
• Israel-Hamas Ceasefire Appears to be Holding; Prince William Slams the BBC Over Diana Interview; E.U. Reaches Agreement on COVID Vaccine Passports; Bangladesh Mounts Diplomatic Effort to Secure Vaccines; Israel-Hamas Ceasefire Appears To Be Holding; Nigerian Army Investigating Reported Death Of Boko Haram Leader; Journalist Nikole- Hannah-Jones Denied Tenure At UNC Likely Due To Her Work On NYT Magazine's 1619 Project. Aired 2-2:45a ET
• Ceasefire Between Israel and Hamas Takes Effect; WHO Europe: Authorized Vaccines Work Against Variants; Investigation Finds BBC Journalist Used "Deceitful" Methods to Secure Landmark Interview with Diana; Israel-Hamas Ceasefire Appears to be Holding; E.U. Reaches Agreement on COVID Vaccine Passports; Interview with PM of Estonia Kaja Kallas; Nigerian Army Investigating Reported Death of Boko Haram Leader; Argentina Sets Stricter Lockdown as Cases Surge; Organizers to Speak amid Pressure to call Games Off; The Dark Side of China's Mystery Box Craze. Aired 1-2a ET
• Israel-Hamas Ceasefire Appears to be Holding; COVID Cases, Deaths Drip as More Americans Get Vaccinated; Prince William: BBC's Failures Contributed to Diana's Paranoia; U.S. Senate Calls for Immediate Withdrawal of Eritrean Troops. Aired 4-4:30a ET
• Gaza Citizens Breathe a Sigh of Relief; U.S. and Other Countries to Help Rebuild Gaza; Story Repeats Itself; Prince William Blames BBC's Deceitful Interview; E.U. Welcomes Vaccinated People; Italy Reflects on the Lessons Learned From COVID; Israel-Hamas Ceasefire Appears To Be Holding; Boko Haram leader Died Blowing Himself Up To Avoid Capture; India Fights Two Infections; Missing People In Mumbai's Coast Due To Cyclone Tauktae; South Korea Grants Conditional Approval For Moderna Vaccine; Argentina Reported 35,000 Plus New COVID-19 Cases And 435 New Deaths; Organizers To Speak Amid Pressure To Call Tokyo Games Off; Dark Side Of The Mystery Box; Animal Cruelty Allegations. Aired 3-4a ET
• Video Show Violent Encounter During 2019 Traffic Stop; Video Footage, Once Again, Differs from Initial Police Report; January 6 Commission Appears Headed for Defeat in Senate; Sources: Trump Financial Adviser Facing Criminal Probe; Italy Hosts Virtual G20 Health Summit. Aired 4:30-5a ET
• Biden Touts Mideast Ceasefire between Israel and Hamas; Video Shows Police Tase, Kick, Drag Black Man; Israeli Police Fire Rubber Bullets, Stun Grenades at Palestinians in Response to Riot in Al Aqsa Compound. Aired 10-10:30a ET
• Tonight, Rep. Matt Gaetz (R-FL), Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene (R-GA) Speak at Rally in Arizona; Senate Republicans Poised to Filibuster Commission Legislation; CDC Says, 12 to 15-Year-Olds Made Up Nearly a Quarter of New Vaccinations in Past Week. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• New Clashes in Jerusalem; NYPD Investigating Assault of Jewish Man; Filibustering the Commission Legislation; DOJ Obtained Records on CNN Reporter. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• New Clashes in Jerusalem Just Hours after Ceasefire Agreement; 12 to 15-Year-Olds Made Up Nearly 25 Percent of Past Week's Vaccinations; Biden Awards Medal of Honor to 94-Year-Old Korean War Veteran. Aired 1-1:30p ET
• Interview With Senior White House COVID Response Adviser Andy Slavitt; Middle East Cease-Fire. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• Video of Police in Greene Case; Vaccinations Down Nearly 50 Percent; Prince William and Harry Blast BBC. Aired 9:30-10a ET.
• White House Offers Infrastructure Counterproposal; Louisiana Police Video; Interview With Sen. Tammy Duckworth (D-IL). Aired 3- 3:30p ET
• Trump Says He'll Hold Rallies in Battleground States This Summer; Cuomo Calls Question About $5 Million COVID Book Deal "Stupid"; Texas Family Fights to Save Land from Federal Eminent Domain Order; "Charlie Bit Me" Video to Be Scrubbed from YouTube, Sold as NFT. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• 70 Plus Capitol Police Officers have Left Force since Insurrection; Rep. Eric Swalwell, (D) California, is Interviewed about Capitol Police, January 6 riot, Commission; 3 Dems Oppose Security Bill because "Underlying Threats" of Radicalism haven't been Addressed; Senate GOP Poised to Block Bipartisan Jan. 6 Commission; British Police to Reexamine New Evidence in 1995 BBC Princess Diana Interview. Aired 2:30-3p ET
• Biden Awards Medal Of Honor To 94-Year-Old Korean War Veteran; Investigators Seize 18 Devices From Rudy Giuliani's Home & Office; IOC: Now "Clearer Than Ever" Games Will Be Safe For Everyone. Aired 1:30-2p ET


May 20, 2021
• Israeli-Palestinian Conflict; Ceuta Migrant Crisis; Variants Could Delay U.K.'s Return to Normal; IOC Shows No Signs of Postponing Olympic Games; Russia Insists Its Arctic Activities are Legitimate; Australia's Farmers Desperate to Protect Crops from Mice. Aired 12- 12:45 ET
• Hamas Officials Say Ceasefire Could Be "Imminent"; Russia's Military Buildup in the Arctic; Could COVID Variants Delay U.K.'s Return to Normal?; Hamas Officials Say Ceasefire Could Be "Imminent"; 10-Year-Old Girl in Gaza Documents Experience on Social Media; Malawi's Health Minister Incinerates Expired Vaccines; Kenya Expected to Run Out of Vaccines in Days; Cuba Bets on Domestically-Made Vaccines to Beat COVID; Plastics Problem. Aired 1-2a ET
• Everyone Calls for De-escalation But No Sign From Israel of Slowing Down; U.S. Disagrees with Russian Military Buildup in the Arctic; Moroccan Migrants Swam to Reach Italy; Booster May Extend Person's Immunity; Europe Welcomes Fully Vaccinated Tourists; Indian Navy Continue Their Rescue Effort; Vaccine Still the Key for U.K.'s Tourism Industry; Israeli-Palestinian Conflict From A 10 Year-Old Girl; Possible Palestinian Evictions A Flashpoint; Netanyahu Determined To Restore Quiet And Security; Calls Grow Louder To Cancel Tokyo Olympics; China's Crypto-Crackdown; UFO Over Pacific Ocean Spotted; China's Mission To Mars; The One With The Reunion. Aired 3-4a ET
• U.S. House Passes Bill to Create Independent Commission; Hamas Rocket Fire Resumes Amid Talk of Ceasefire; First High-Level Talks Between U.S. and Russia Since Biden Took Office; New York Attorney General Investigating Trump Organization Executive; Video Shows Black Man Tases, Kicked by Louisiana Police. Aired 4-4:30a ET
• New York Mayor: Masks Still Required in Certain Settings; EU Agrees to Allow Entry to Vaccinated Travelers; U.K. Scientists Studying Transmissibility of Variants; U.S. Regulators Scrutinize Skills of Envoy Air's Pilots; Volatile Market for Bitcoin and Other Cryptocurrencies. Aired 4:30-5a ET
• Israeli-Palestinian Conflict; Nepal Reports Highest Daily COVID-19 Deaths on Wednesday; Taiwan Expands Coronavirus Restrictions; U.S.-Russia Meeting. Aired 2-2:45a ET
• Fate of January 6 Commission Uncertain in Senate after Passing House; Trump Allies Seek to Import Arizona's Election Audit to Georgia. Aired 10-10:30a ET
• Fate of January 6 Commission Uncertain in Senate after Passing House; Fauci Says, Highly Likely Americans will Need Booster Shots; Sources Say, Biden Growing Increasingly Impatient with Netanyahu. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• Fate of January 6th Commission Uncertain; NY AG Investigating Trump Organization; Video of Ronald Greene Released. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• Rep. Jennifer Wexton (D-VA) is Interviewed about the January 6th Commission; Fauci Talks Booster Shot; Biden Grows Impatient with Netanyahu. Aired 9:30-10a ET.
• Video Shows Troopers Tase, Kick, Drag Black Man before His Death; 35 in House GOP Buck Rep. Kevin McCarthy (R-CA) and Trump, Vote for January 6 Commission. Aired 1-1:30p ET
• President Biden Signs Anti-Asian Hate Crime Bill; Louisiana Police Bodycam Footage Leaked; Republicans Poised to Block Bipartisan Commission to Investigate Insurrection?. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• Middle East Cease-Fire Imminent?; Republicans Poised to Block Bipartisan Commission to Investigate Insurrection?. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• Half of Adults Fully Vaccinated in 19 States & D.C.; Former CDC Director: Telling Fully Vaccinated People to Wear Masks Reinforced Vaccine Hesitancy; Gov Ned Lamont (D-CT) Discusses 75 Percent of People with at Least One Shot in His State & Getting People Back to Work; NY AG Opens Criminal Tax Investigation into Trump Organization CFO; Report: Martin Bashir Used Deceit to Secure Diana Sit-Down. Aired 1:30-2p ET
• Israeli Media: Israeli Security Cabinet Voted to Agree to Ceasefire; Mental Health Experts Warn Pandemic Could Have Lasting Effects; New York Times "1619 Project" Writer Denied Post at UNC; New York Attorney General Investigation Trump Organization CFO's Taxes. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• V.P. Harris Speaks as Biden Signs Anti-Asian Crime Bill into Law; Biden Speaks After Signing Anti-Asian Crime Bill. Aired 2:30-3p ET


May 19, 2021
• Israel's Assault on Gaza, Efforts at Cease-Fire Prove Difficult; Monster Cyclone Disrupts Testing, Vaccinations in India; Outbreak Puts Pressure on Taiwan's Low Vaccination Rates; Pressure to Cancel Tokyo Summer Olympics Growing; Opposition to Games Grows as COVID-19 Cases Spread; Thousands of Palestinians Protest in West Bank; 6,000 Migrants Swim from Morocco to Ceuta, Spain. Aired 12-12:45a ET
• Ceasefire Appeals Ignored in Israel-Gaza Conflict; Massive Cyclone Kills At Least 40 Amid COVID Crisis in India; Hong Kong COVID Hesitancy; Hong Kong's Vaccine Stockpile Grows as Residents Refuse Shot; U.S. Pursuing Intensive Diplomacy Behind the Scenes; Macron to Visit Rwanda for First Time at End of May; Some Japanese Towns Ditching Plans to Host Athletes. Aired 1-2a ET
• Israel and Palestinian Conflict Added Four More Casualties in Gaza; Calls for Ceasefire Growing from International Community; President Biden with a More Firmer Tone to Israel; Israel Don't Trust Hamas' Actions; Narendra Modi Wants to Ramp Up Vaccination; Japanese Citizens Calling the IOC to Cancel Tokyo Olympics; Business is Back in France's Cafes and Restaurants; Israeli-Palestinian Conflict, Oxfam Statement On Gaza; E.U. Expresses Solidarity With Spain Over Ceuta Crisis; Spain Sends 2,700 Migrants Back To Morocco; France Eases COVID Restrictions; Kenya Days Away From Running Out Of Vaccines; Taiwan And Thailand Fighting Outbreaks; Swaying Skyscraper In China; Ethiopian Troops Raid Hospital In War-torn Tigray; Major Step Forward In France- Rwanda Relations. Aired 3-4a ET
• Israel's Assault on Gaza, Efforts at Cease-Fire Prove Difficult; Monster Cyclone Disrupts Testing, Vaccinations in India; Outbreak Puts Pressure on Taiwan's Low Vaccination Rates; Pressure to Cancel Tokyo Summer Olympics Growing; Ethiopian Troops Raid Hospital in War-torn Tigray. Aired 2-2:45a ET
• Democrats Pressure Biden to Push Israel for a Ceasefire; Israeli Jets Pound Gaza as Hamas Rocket Fire Resumes; Parties Split Over House Vote on January 6 Commission; Protests Erupt After Officers Not Charged in Fatal Shooting; Texas, Arkansas Brace for Heavy Rain, Dangerous Flooding; CDC: 60 Percent of U.S. Adults have at Least One Vaccine Dose; Massive Cyclone Kills at Least 40 Amid Covid Crisis in India. Aired 4-4:30a ET
• IOC Chief: Olympics and Paralympics Will Be Held Safely; Migrants, Smugglers Using Military-Style Tactics to Avoid Capture on Arizona-Mexico Border; Blinken and Lavrov to Meet at Arctic Council Gathering; France Eases COVID Restrictions as Cases Decline. Aired 4:30-5a ET
• Sources Say, House GOP Bracing for up to 40 Members to Vote for Commission; New York Attorney General Announces Criminal Probe into Trump Organization; Andrew Brown Jr.'s Family Asks DOJ to Intervene after District Attorney Says Deadly Use of Force was Justified. Aired 10-10:30a ET
• White House Says, Biden Ramps Up Public Pressure on Netanyahu to De-Escalate Violence; Arizona Auditors Now Say Voter Data is Intact after Sparking GOP Feud; CNN Analysis Shows States with Higher Vaccine Rates have Fewer Cases. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• New York AG Announces Criminal Probe; House to Vote on Commission; Brown's Family Asks for DOJ to Intervene. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• States Lifting Mask Mandates; New York Begins Criminal Probe Into Trump Organization; McConnell Rejects Bipartisan Insurrection Commission. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• Sen. Mitch McConnell (R-KY), Rep. Kevin McCarthy (R-CA) Oppose Bipartisan January 6 Commission; New York Attorney General Announces Criminal Component to Trump Organization Probe; New York, New Jersey, Connecticut Lift Capacity Restrictions for most Businesses. Aired 1- 1:30p ET
• Interview With Rep. Steny Hoyer (D-MD); New York Begins Criminal Probe Into Trump Organization; McConnell Rejects Bipartisan Insurrection Commission. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• Higher Vaccine Rates Mean Fewer Cases; Blinken Meets with Russian Foreign Minister; Israel Defends Airstrike. Aired 9:30-10a ET.
• Arizona Auditors Now Say Voter Data Intact, After Sparking GOP Feud; Some Trump Supporters Believe in QAnon, Some believe 2020 Election Not Legitimate; Soon, House to Vote on Partisan Commission to Investigate Jan. 6; Japan Under Pressure to Cancel Olympics Amid COVID Case Surge; Family of Andrew Brown Jr to File Federal Lawsuit; E.U. Closer to Allowing Entry for Vaccinated Travelers. Aired 1:30-2p ET
• Texas Governor Bans Mask Mandates by Schools, Local Governments; D.A. Declines to Charge Deputies in Andrew Brown Jr. Killing; American Airlines Largest Regional Carrier Gets FAA Warning; QAnon Lawyer Criticized for Derogatory References to the Disabled. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• Biden Dramatically Ramps Up Public Pressure on Netanyahu as Israeli-Gaza Violence Rages; Secretary of State Blinken to Meet with Russian Foreign Minister; 11-Year-Old Girl Fights Off Her Would-Be Kidnapper; Escambia County Sheriff Chip Simmons Discusses Man's Attempt to Kidnap Girl; E.U. Ready to Welcome Vaccinated Travelers; Ted Cruz's Cancun "Tweet" Triggers More Backlash. Aired 1:30-2p ET


May 18, 2021
• Israel's Assault on Gaza; Monster Cyclone Disrupts Testing, Vaccinations in India; Taiwan Fighting Its Most Severe Pandemic Outbreak; Protesters Call for Olympic Games to be Canceled; Biden: U.S. to Share Millions More Vaccines with World; U.K. Reopens International Travel to Limited Destinations. Aired 12-12:45a ET
• Israel's Assault on Gaza; Monster Cyclone Disrupts Testing, Vaccinations in India; Myanmar Seeks to Silence Celebrities on the Military Coup. Aired 2-2:45a ET
• Israel Determined to Take Down Hamas; U.S. Supports Ceasefire in Middle East Conflict; Israel-Palestinian War Favors P.M. Netanyahu's Post; Cyclone in India's West Coast Worsen the Pandemic Crisis; Taiwan Imposed New COVID Restrictions; Growing Calls in Japan to Cancel Tokyo Olympics; U.S. Donating Another 20 Million Vaccine; Israeli-Palestinian Conflict, No Rockets Fired Overnight; United Nations, Six Rockets Fired From Southern Lebanon Monday; Concern Rising Over Indian Variants As Parts of U.K. Reopen; Britons May Face Re-entry Anxiety As Lockdown Rules Ease; Media Giants Mega-Merger; Ceuta, Spain Illegal Migration; Historic Flood In Amazonas State; Myanmar Celebrities Targeted By Military; Close Encounters Of Navy Pilots. Aired 3-4a ET
• Biden Supports Ceasefire in Call with Netanyahu; Biden: U.S. to Share Millions More Vaccines with the World; Kenya Weeks Away from Running Out of Vaccines; Protesters Call for Olympic Games to be Cancelled; Adjusting to Life after Lockdown; Biden Supports Ceasefire in Call with Netanyahu; Taiwan Fighting Its Most Severe COVID Surge; Cyclone Hampers India's COVID Relief Efforts. Aired 1-2a ET
• Israel Hits Gaza with New Round of Airstrikes; Hamas-Run Gaza Health Ministry: 212 People Killed; Congressional Democrats Calling for Immediate Ceasefire; Demands for Answers After Airstrike on Media Building; Major Questions Swirl Around New CDC Mask Guidelines; U.S. Supreme Court Taking Up Key Abortion Case Next Term; Election Official Slams Trump's Voting Conspiracy Theory. Aired 4-4:30a ET
• Cyclone Hampers India's COVID Relief Efforts; Taiwan Facing Its Worst Covid Outbreak Yet; U.S. Employers Battle Labor Shortage; U.S. Military Confirms Some "UFO" Sightings are Real. Aired 4:30-5a ET
• Rep. Kevin McCarthy (R-CA) Says He Doesn't Support January 6 Commission Inquiry; Rift Grows Among Democrats over Israel-Hamas Violence; Now, White House COVID Team Gives First Update since CDC Issued New Guidance. Aired 10-10:30a ET
• GOP Election Officials Blast Insane Lies of Bogus Arizona Audit; Bank of America Announces it will Raise its U.S. Minimum Hourly Wage to $25 by 2025; New York Won't Require Masks for Fully Vaccinated Starting Tomorrow. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• Kevin McCarthy Rejects Bipartisan January 6 Commission; Biden Touts Infrastructure Plan in Michigan. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• District Attorney Says, Fatal Shooting of Andrew Brown Jr. was Justified; Rep. Kevin McCarthy (R-CA) Says, I Cannot Support Bipartisan Deal on January 6 Commission; Israel Hits More Targets in Gaza as Hamas Continues Rocket Attacks. Aired 1-1:30p ET
• New York Changes Mask Policy; Rockets Resume from Gaza; McCarthy Doesn't Support Commission. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• Interview With Brooklyn Center, Minnesota, Mayor Mike Elliott; Interview With Former Arizona Attorney General Grant Woods; Kevin McCarthy Rejects Bipartisan January 6 Commission. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• Israel Hits More Targets in Gaza as Hamas Continues Rocket Attacks; Soon, Biden to Speak in Dearborn, Michigan; Biden Pursuing "Quiet" Diplomacy on Israel-Gaza Fighting; Growing Push to Vaccinate Hesitant Evangelicals in U.S.; Biden Speaks on Economic Agenda at Ford Plant in Dearborn. Aired 1:30-2p ET
• Maricopa County Supervisor Gates is Interviewed about Arizona's Audit; Migrants Avoid Capture at Arizona-Mexico Border; Supreme Court to Hear Abortion Case. Aired 9:30-10a ET
• NC District Attorney: Andrew Brown Jr's Death Was "Justified"; Israeli Warplanes Pound Gaza as Hamas Rocket Fire Resumes; Speaker Pelosi Calls for Israel-Palestinian Ceasefire, Putting Press on Biden; White House Pursuing "Quiet" Diplomacy on Israel-Gaza Fighting; Cities, States, Businesses Scramble after CDC's Mask Reversal. Aired 2:30-3p ET
• Biden Facing Pressure to Help End Israeli-Palestinian Conflict; Rep. Clyde Calls Capitol Riots a "Tourist Visit"; Some Vaccinated Americans Choose to Keep Masking. Aired 3:30-4p ET


May 17, 2021
• Growing Civilian Toll in Escalating Violence in Israel, Gaza; At Least Two Killed in Bleacher Collapse at Synagogue; India's Daily Cases Dip Slightly; Taiwan Facing Its Worst COVID Outbreak as Cases Spike; Tropical Cyclone Tauktae Strengthening Ahead of Landfall. Aired 12-12:45a ET
• Israel-Palestinian Conflict Into Second Week; At Least Two Killed in Bleacher Collapse at Synagogue; COVID Cases Surge in Rural India; Airstrikes in Gaza Early Monday Morning; Taiwan Rolls Out New Measures as COVID-19 Cases Surge; Some Latin American's Flock to the U.S. for Vaccines; Remote Scottish Island Now Fully Vaccinated; Tropical Cyclone Tauktae Strengthening Ahead of Landfall. Aired 1-2a ET
• Casualties Growing as a Result of Israel-Gaza Conflict; International Community Calling for De-escalation in the Middle East; President Biden's First Wave of Challenges; Lifting of Mask Mandate Confused Americans; Indian Variant Threaten Progress in the U.K.; Conflict between Israel and Palestine; COVID Cases Surge in Rural India; Taiwan is Facing Its Worst COVID Outbreak as Cases Spike; Vaccine Tourism from Latin America on the Rise; Opposition for the Tokyo Olympics Grows as Coronavirus Cases Spread. Aired 3-4a ET
• One Week of Clashes Between Israelis and Hamas; Two Killed in Bleacher Collapse in a Synagogue in West Bank; Daily Infections in India Dropping; Taiwan Fighting Biggest Outbreak; Remote Shetland Island Now Fully Vaccinated; Airstrikes In Gaza Early Monday Morning; Six Year Old Girl Pulled Alive From Rubble In Gaza Sunday; Anger At Present And Past Overflows At Lebanon Protest. Aired 2-3a ET
• Cycle of Rocket Attacks and Airstrikes Enter Second Week in Gaza; White House Treating Conflict with Sense of Urgency; Officials Urge Vaccinations as Key to Lifting Mask Rules; Demoted Rep. Cheney Blasts Trump and Fellow Republicans; Operations Return to Normal but Gas Shortages Remain. Aired 4-4:30a ET
• Deadly Violence Between Hamas and IDF is Worst in Years; Indian Government Revamping Parliament as COVID Cases Surge; U.K. Health Secretary: Vaccines May Work Against Indian Variant; Some Latin Americans Flock to the U.S. for Vaccines; San Marino Selling COVID Vaccines to Tourists; Opposition to the Olympic Games Grows as Coronavirus Cases Spread. Aired 4:30-5a ET
• Deadliest Day Yet as Scenes of Horror Unfold in Israel, Gaza; Now, Rep. Matt Gaetz (R-FL) Ally to Plead Guilty, Give Substantial Help to Feds; Workplaces, Stores Grapple with CDC's New Mask Guidance. Aired 10-10:30a ET
• The Deadliest Day Yet As Violence In The Middle East Pushing Into Its Second Week; More Than 25 Democratic Senators Are Calling For An Immediate Ceasefire In Israel; Businesses Are Struggling With How Best To Implement CDC's New Mask Guidance; A Former Florida Tax Collector Is Expected To Plead Guilty To Sex Trafficking And Other Charges; A Spike In COVID Cases In Parts Of The World Also Contributing To A Slip In Stock Futures. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• Workplaces, Businesses Grapple with CDC's New Mask Guidance; Rep. Matt Gaetz (R-FL) Ally Pleads Guilty, Admits to Soliciting Sex from a Minor; Biden Speaks on White House COVID Response, Vaccinations. Aired 1-1:30p ET
• The Death of a SC Man in a Detention Center Raises Questions About Law Enforcement's Use of Force When Handling People With Mental Health Problems; A Group of 15 Police Unions is Working on Guidelines Now For Policing Their Own Members; New Mega Merger Between Warner Media and Discovery. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• CDC Mask Guidance; Mystery Illness Near White House; Middle East Conflict. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• House to Vote This Week on Bipartisan Deal Creating Jan 6 Commission; Interview with Rep. Elissa Slotkin (D-MI); Supreme Court Takes UP Major Abortion Case for Next Term; Bill Gates Faces Conduct Accusations While Navigating Divorce; Deadliest Day Yet as Scenes of Horror Unfold in Israel, Gaza. Aired 9:30-10a ET
• Gaetz Ally Pleads Guilty; Interview With Former CDC Director Thomas Frieden; U.S. to Send Millions of Vaccines Overseas. Aired 3- 3:30p ET
• Biden Speaks after CDC Mask Guidance Creates Confusion; Biden Speaks on Vaccines at Home, Sharing 80 Million Doses with Other Countries in Coming Weeks; Biden: By Tomorrow, 60 Percent of All American Adults Will Have Received at Least One Shot; Rocket Fire, Airstrikes Intensify Between Gaza and Israel; Biden to Speak with Israeli P.M. on Violence in Mideast; Congress Notified about U.S. Selling Israel $735 Million in Precision-Guided Weapons Before Violence Began; Mysterious Illness Strikes Again Near White House Entrance. Aired 1:30-2p ET
• Biden Will Speak with Israeli Prime Minister Today on Mideast Violence; Gay Officers Slam Decision to Ban NYPD From Pride Parade; Supreme Court Agrees to Take Up Major Abortion Case; Bill Gates Acknowledges Affair with Microsoft Staffer. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• Former Navy Pilot Tells "60 Minutes" that Flight Crews Saw UFOs "Every Day for at Least a Couple of Years"; AT&T to Spin Off WarnerMedia, Combine it with Discovery; Parler Returns to the App Store; "Reality Check": Arizona GOP Official Says Trump Is "Unhinged" over Audit. Aired 2:30-3p ET


May 16, 2021
• Israeli-Palestinian Conflict; Protests In India Over Scarce Supplies Of COVID-19 Drug; Taiwan Sets COVID-19 Case Record; Ethiopia Postpones Election Amid Outcry Over Tigray; Eritrean Military Roadblocks Hamper CNN Crew Traveling To Axum; COVID-19 Surge Impacts Mt. Everest Climbers In Nepal. Aired 12-1a ET
• U.S. Afghanistan Exit; Israeli-Palestinian Conflict; CDC Says Schools Should Mask For Rest Of Year; COVID-19 Surge Impacts Mt. Everest Climbers In Nepal; Tiger Roaming Houston Now In Hands Of Authorities. Aired 2-3a ET
• CDC Says Schools Should Maintain Mask Requirements For Rest Of Year; Israeli-Palestinian Conflict; U.K. Accelerating Vaccination Drive Due To Variant Concerns; U.S. Gas Shortages; U.S. Afghanistan Exit Puts Interpreters' Lives In Jeopardy; Mandatory Wildfire Evacuation Ordered For Parts Of Western Los Angeles. Aired 3-4a ET
• Israeli-Palestinian Conflict; CDC Says Schools Should Maintain Mask Requirements For Rest Of Year; Pope Celebrates Mass In Rome For Myanmar's Catholics; Taiwan Sets COVID-19 Case Record; No Injuries In Minnesota Train Derailment; Rombauer Denies Medina Spirit Triple Crown. Aired 4-5a ET
• England To Further Ease COVID-19 Restrictions On Monday; Israeli-Palestinian Conflict; California Vaccinates Kids Aged 12 And Over; Taiwan Sets COVID-19 Case Record; U.S. Afghanistan Exit Puts Interpreters' Lives In Jeopardy; U.S. Gas Shortages; Rombauer Denies Medina Spirit Triple Crown. Aired 5-6a ET
• Israeli PM Defends Strike On Building Housing AP, Al Jazeera; Bleacher Collapse Causes Mass Casualty Event At Israeli Synagogue; House To Vote On Forming Independent January 6 Commission This Week; CDC Defends Updated Mask Guidance For Vaccinated Americans; Houston Tiger Found Safe & Headed To New Home; Newly-Released Details U.S. Navy's UFO Encounters. Aired 2-3p ET
• Scenes Of Horror In Gaza As Conflict Sees Deadliest Day Yet; Interview With Rep. Bennie Thompson (D-MS) About Commission To Investigate January 6th Capitol Attack; New CDC Mask Guidance; Kobe Bryant Inducted To Hall Of Fame; CNN's Hero. Aired 4-5p ET
• Palestinian Health Ministry Says 47 Killed In Deadliest Day Yet; Former Gaetz Associate Expected To Plead Guilty Tomorrow; Operations Return To Normal But Gas Shortages Remain. Aired 3-4p ET
• The Israelis And Palestinians Fighting Intensifies And The Death Toll Rises; Confusion And Relief On New CDC Guidance On Wearing Masks; Missing Tiger In Houston Turned Over To Authorities; Former Matt Gaetz Associate To Plead Guilty And Cooperate; Rising Consumer Prices As Inflation Speeds Up; Colonial Pipeline Return To Normal Operations. Aired 5-6p ET
• Scenes Of Horror In Gaza As Conflict Sees Bloodiest Day Yet; CDC Director Defends New Mask Guidelines For Those Vaccinated; Rep. Liz Cheney (R-WY) Says Rep. Kevin McCarthy (R-CA), Rep. Elise Stefanik (R-NY) Complicit In Trump's Election Lies; Liz Cheney Unleashes On GOP After Losing Leadership Post; Rep. Matt Gaetz Compares Allegations Against Him To Earmarks; "A Radical Rebellion: The Transformation Of The GOP"; Fact-Checking Senator Ted Cruz. Aired 6-7p ET
• Death Toll Mounts As Israeli-Palestinian Fighting Intensifies; GOP Feud On Full Display After Liz Cheney Was Removed From Post; Confusion Over New CDC Mask Guidelines; More Than 80 Percent Of Gas Stations In D.C. Have No Fuel; Government Report On UFOs Set For Release Next Month; The Story Of Late Night Airs Tonight. Aired 7-8p ET


May 15, 2021
• Israeli-Palestinian Conflict; U.K. Town Stepping Up Vaccinations and Testing. Aired 12-12:15a ET
• Israeli-Palestinian Conflict; U.K. to Flex Vaccination Drive against Variants; Kenya Suspends Vaccinations Due to Shortage; Japanese CEO Urges Government to Cancel Games. Aired 1-1:30a ET
• Israeli-Palestinian Conflict; WHO Asks Wealthier Nations to Donate Vaccines; Kenya Suspends Vaccinations Due to Shortage; Gasoline Shortage in U.S. Begins to Ease; Japanese CEO Urges Government to Cancel Games. Aired 2-2:45a ET
• Israeli-Palestinian Conflict; U.S. Faces Patchwork of Mask Rules; U.K. to Flex Vaccination Drive against Variants; Japanese CEO Urges Government to Cancel Games; U.S. Republicans Replace Trump Critic and House Representative Liz Cheney; Memphis I-40 Bridge Remains Closed to Traffic; About 2.4 Million Children Vaccinated in U.S.; Police Still Searching for Missing Tiger; Foreign Accent Syndrome. Aired 3-4a ET
• Israeli Defense Forces Strike Building Used by Media Organizations Such as Al Jazeera and Associated Press; New CDC Guidelines Allow Any Fully Vaccinated Person to No Longer Wear Masks or Social Distance; Gas Stations in U.S. Southeast Continue to Experience Shortfalls after Gas and Oil Pipeline Shutdown by Hackers; Video Released of Police Pepper Spraying and Tasing Black Man with Mental Health Issues at South Carolina Detention Center before He Dies; Associate of Florida Congressman Matt Gaetz Agrees to Plea Deal on Charges Including Sex Trafficking; Restaurant in Utah Allows Customers to Eat Inside without Masks if They Can Show Proof of COVID Vaccination; Bengal Tiger Goes Missing in Houston, Texas. Aired 10-11a ET
• Israeli-Palestinian Conflict; U.S. Faces Patchwork of Mask Rules; U.S. Republicans Try to Rewrite History on Capitol Riot; U.S. Republicans Replace Trump Critic and House Representative Liz Cheney; Video Shows Death of Mentally Ill Man in Police Custody; Japanese CEO Urges Government to Cancel Games. Aired 4-5a ET
• Israeli-Palestinian Conflict; U.S. Faces Patchwork of Mask Rules; U.S. Republicans Replace Trump Critic and House Representative Liz Cheney; U.K. to Flex Vaccination Drive against Variants; Kenya Suspends Vaccinations Due to Shortage; Japanese CEO Urges Government to Cancel Games. Aired 5-6a ET
• Israeli Defense Forces Strike Building Used By Media Organizations Such As Al Jazeera And Associated Press; President Biden Speaks To Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu And President Mahmoud Abbas Of Palestinian Authority Regarding Ongoing Violence; New CDC Guidelines Allow Any Fully Vaccinated Person To No Longer Wear Mask Or Social Distance; Republican Congressman Andrew Clyde Draws Criticism For Comparing January 6th Capitol Riots With Normal Tourist Visit; Prices Rise In U.S. Fastest Rate Since 2008. Aired 2-3p ET
• Israeli Strike Destroys Building Housing Al Jazeera, AP Offices; Fauci: Unvaccinated Students Should Wear Masks As Schools Reopen; WH Responds To Israeli Strike On Al Jazeera, AP Offices; CNN: Congressional Democrats Have A 100 Percent Vaccination Rate; Some Businesses Reviewing Mask Policies Following CDC Guidance; Man Last Seen With Tiger Jailed On Unrelated Charge. Aired 12-1p ET
• Israeli Strike Destroys Building Housing Al Jazeera, AP Offices; Some States, Businesses Drop Mask Mandates Following CDC Guidance; Interview With Governor Dan McKee (D-RI); Operations Return To Normal As Gas Shortages Continue; Medina Spirit Cleared To Race At Preakness Stakes Today; A Folk Art Paradise. Aired 11a-12p ET
• Biden Talks With Israeli Prime Minister Netanyahu Amid Growing Crisis; Israeli Strike Destroys Building Housing Al Jazeera, Associated Press Offices; CDC: Vaccinated Americans No Longer Need Masks In Most Cases; Pipeline Company Pays Ransom To Group Behind Cyberattack; Senate Intel: Cases Of Debilitating Havana Syndrome Increasing; Former Gaetz Associate Strikes Plea Deal In Sex Trafficking Probe; Houston Police Empty-Handed In Search For Bengal Tiger. Aired 1-2p ET
• House Strikes Deal To Create Independent Jan. 6 Commission; Interview With Rep. Eric Swalwell (D-CA); Israeli Airstrike Destroys Gaza Building With AP, Al Jazeera Offices; Biden Speaks With Israeli And Palestinian Leaders Amid Gaza Violence; Sources: Colonial Pipeline Paid Ransom To Hackers; NY Yankees Hit By Breakthrough COVID Cases; Fauci: Unvaccinated Kids Should Still Mask Up When Around Others; Houston Police Empty-Handed In Search For Bengal Tiger. Aired 3-4p ET
• Israeli Airstrike Destroys Gaza Building With AP, Al Jazeera Offices; Biden Speaks With Israeli And Palestinian Leaders Amid Gaza Violence; House Strikes Deal To Create Independent Jan. 6 Commission; Businesses End Mask Mandates For Fully Vaccinated Customers; Should Masks Be Required In School If Kids Are Not Vaccinated?; Guests On Fox News Call Out Network For Allowing Misinformation. Aired 4-5p ET
• U.S. Nears End Of Pandemic As States Drop Mask Mandates; Former Gaetz Associate Strikes Plea Deal; Israeli Airstrike Crumbles 12-Story Building In Gaza City; Republicans Who Condemned Trump After Riot Now Embraces Him; Kobe Bryant To Be Inducted Into Basketball Hall Of Fame; "A Radical Rebellion: The Transformation Of The GOP". Aired 6-7p ET
• Israeli Airstrike Demolishes Media Building; Al Jazeera Acting Director Calls Israeli Airstrike That Destroyed Gaza Office A War Crime; End Of Mask Mandate In Many States Met With Relief, Confusion; House Strikes Deal To Create Independent January 6 Commission; Teen Fact-Checkers Debunk Viral Misinformation; Houston Police Empty-Handed In Search For Tiger. Aired 7-8p ET
• Hamas Launches More Rockets Toward Tel Aviv; Reporters Flee Moments Before Gaza Building Is Hit By Airstrike; Americans As Young As 12 Now Eligible For Pfizer Vaccine; Interview With Rep. Peter DeFazio (D-OR); Mississippi River Bridge In Memphis Closed Due To Crack; U.S. Nears End Of Pandemic As States Drop Mask Mandates; Kobe Bryant Inducted Into Basketball Hall Of Fame. Aired 8-9p ET
• CDC Greenlights Pfizer Vaccine For 12 to 15-Year-Olds; Some Republicans Try To Rewrite History Of Capitol Attack; Kobe Bryant Being Inducted Into Basketball Hall of Fame; Eight New York Yankees Test Positive For COVID Despite Vaccination; Growing Concerns About Safety Of Olympic Games In Tokyo; Israeli Airstrikes Bring Down Building Housing Associated Press, Al Jazeera. Aired 5-6p ET


May 14, 2021
• Israel Bombards Gaza with Artillery Fire, Airstrikes; COVID Cases Dip in Delhi, Remain High Across India; Pressure to Cancel Olympic Games Grows Within Japan; COVID-19 Surge Impacts Mt. Everest Climbers. Aired 12-12:45a ET
• Israeli Forces Escalate Campaign on Gaza; India's Coronavirus Cases and Vaccine Shortage; India's Neighbors See Cases Skyrocket; CDC: People Vaccinated Against COVID-19 Can Go Without Masks Indoors and Outdoors; Israel Bombards Gaza With Artillery Fire, Airstrikes On Eid; IDF Says It's Struck 600 Hamas Military Targets in Gaza; Pressure to Cancel Olympic Games Grows Within Japan As Cases Surge; CDC: Vaccinated People Don't Need a Mask Inside or Outside. Aired 2-2:45a ET
• Shower of Rockets Seen Between Israel and Gaza; P.M. Netanyahu Wants the War to Stop; Palestinians Focus on Targeting Israel; India's COVID Cases Skyrocketed Within a Month; CDC Announce Good News for Vaccinated Americans; Concerns Grow In U.K. Over COVID Variant First Seen In India; The View From Ramallah, IDF Says It's Struck 600 Hamas Military Targets In Gaza; Mob Violence Spreads In Arab-Jewish Neighborhoods; Egypt, Qatar, United Nations Reaching Out To Mediate; Anti-Olympics Petition Gains Steam; COVID-19 Surge Impacts Mt. Everest Climbers In Nepal; Royal Interview With Prince Harry. Aired 3-4a ET
• CDC: Fully Vaccinated People Can Go Maskless in Most Cases; Biden: Gasoline Crisis to End in Next Few Days; Israel Bombards Gaza with Artillery Fire, Airstrikes; Some Republicans Attempting to Rewrite January 6 Insurrection; Arizona's Republican Audit Based on Conspiracy. Aired 4-4:30a ET
• More Israeli Airstrikes and Hamas Rocket Fire; India Surpasses 24 Million COVID-19 Cases; Pressure to Cancel Games Grows Within Japan as Cases Surge; IDF's Iron Dome Intercepts Incoming Rockets from Gaza; Civilians React to Escalating Violence; Pipeline Hack; CDC Fully Vaccinated People Can go Maskless in Most Cases; Prince Harry Gets Personal. Aired 1-2a ET
• CDC: Fully Vaccinated People Don't Need a Mask Inside or Outside; Mob Violence Spreads in Arab-Jewish Neighborhoods; Punjab Joins COVAX as India Faces Vaccine Shortage; Pressure to Cancel Olympic Games Grows Within Japan as Cases Surge; Members of New York Yankees Test Positive Despite Getting Vaccine; Prince Harry Gets Personal on Podcast. Aired 4:30-5a ET
• CDC Says, Vaccinated Americans No Longer Need Masks in Most Cases; Trump Ally Rep. Elise Stefanik (R-NY) Replaces Ousted Rep. Liz Cheney (R-WY) after House GOP Vote. Aired 10-10:30a ET
• House Strikes Deal to Create Independent January 6 Commission; Colonial Pipeline Announces Restart of Entire Pipeline; House GOP Members Replace Rep. Liz Cheney (R-WY) with Trump Ally Rep. Elise Stefanik (R-NY). Aired 10:30-11a ET
• CDC Says, Vaccinated Americans No Longer Need Masks in Most Cases; Rep. Elise Stefanik (R-NY) Says, Republicans are Unified around Trump. Aired 1-1:30p ET
• New CDC Mask Guidelines; Gaetz Associate Enters Plea Agreement; Interview With Rep. Bennie Thompson (D-MS). Aired 2-2:30p ET
• Officers Speak on Trauma at the Capitol Insurrection; McCarthy Speaks After Vote; Arizona Conducts Audit of Election; Worst Fighting in Years in the Middle East. Aired 9:30-10a ET.
• House Strikes Deal on Bipartisan Commission to Investigate Jan. 6 Riot; McCarthy Says He Has Not Signed Off On Commission; Capitol Officers React to GOP Efforts to Downplay Jan. 6 Attack; Biden Under Pressure on Immigration, Will Meet with DACA Recipients at White House; 122 Reported Killed in Gaza, Israel Says 8 Dead from Rocket Attacks; Houston Police Think Missing Tiger Still in City. Aired 1:30- 2p ET
• State of the GOP; AOC Calls Marjorie Taylor Greene 'Unwell'; Interview With Former Acting CDC Director Dr. Richard Besser; New CDC Mask Guidelines. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• Former Gaetz Associate to Plead Guilty, Cooperating with Federal Probe; South Carolina Governor Drops Mask Mandate for Schools Sparking Chaos; Deadly Street Clashes in West Bank Amid Israel-Hamas Fighting. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• Aide for Marjorie Taylor Greene Gets into Confrontation with Dem. Rep. Eric Swalwell; Pelosi Denies Request by Republicans to Lift Masks Mandates; Arizona Republicans Conduct Partisan Audit of 2020 Election Results; Former Arizona GOP A.G., Grant Woods, Who Is Now a Democrat, Discusses the Arizona Election Audit & the Republican Party; Patrick De Haan, Head of Petroleum Analysis at GasBuddy, Discusses Gas Shortages Persisting, Even as Hacked Pipeline Reopens. Aired 2:30-3p ET
• Vaccinated Americans No Longer Need Masks; Mask Mandate Stays In Place On Planes; House Votes On Cheney's Replacement; Former Sen. Jeff Flake Is Interviewed About The Republican Party; Stefanik Replaces Cheney. Aired 9-9:30a ET


May 13, 2021
• Israeli-Palestinian Conflict; CNN Crew Finds Eritrean Troops Blocking Aid In Tigray; Israel Responds With More Airstrikes In Gaza; Report: Slow Global Response Caused Spread Of Pandemic. Aired 12- 12:45a ET
• Ethnic Clashes Rock Jewish-Arab Cities in Israel; 35 Indian States Under Lockdowns or Restrictions; Ohio Lottery to Give Vaccinated Winners $1 Million; Ethnic Clashes Rock Jewish-Arab Cities in Israel; Designing New Materials Out of Trash; Investigations Begin Into Alleged Police Abuse. Aired 1-2a ET
• Fears of Full-Scale War Loom over Israeli-Palestinian Conflict; Eritrean Troops Blocking Aid in Tigray; Nearly All Indian States under Lockdowns or Restrictions. Aired 2-2:45a ET
• Dozens Now Killed in Israel-Palestine War; Both Leaders Say They're Not Backing Down; President Biden Understand Israel's Right to Defend Itself; India's Death Toll Keep Rising; Nepal's Healthcare System on Breaking Point; Ethnic Clashes Rock Jewish-Arab Cities In Israel; Reports on Coronavirus Pandemic; Info Hoarded, Decisions Delayed As Virus Spread; Ohio Lottery To Give Five Vaccinated Winners $1 Million; President Biden, U.S. Defends Israel's Right To Defend Itself; U.S. Fuel Pipeline Restarts As Gas Stations Run Dry; Columbian Leader, Police Conduct Under Investigation; Dadaab and Kakuma Refugee Crisis; Future Of Tokyo Olympics. Aired 3-4a ET
• Colonial Pipeline Resumes Operation After Cyberattack; House Republicans Oust Rep. Cheney from Leadership Role; Stefanik Being Groomed for Republican Leadership Role; House Lawmakers Hold Hearing About Capitol Riots; Biden Speaks with Netanyahu as U.N. Warns of War; CDC Recommends Pfizer Vaccine for Kids as Young as 12. Aired 4-4:30a ET
• Almost All Nepal's Districts Under Lockdowns or Restrictions; Report: Faster Response Could Have Prevented Pandemic; CNN Crew Finds Eritrean Troops Blocking Aid in Tigray; IOC Plans to Hold Olympics Despite Rising Covid Concerns. Aired 4:30-5a ET
• GOP Lawmakers Try to Downplay, Whitewash January 6 Insurrection; Rep. Liz Cheney Says, Trump Willing to Unravel Democracy to Get Back into Power; Energy Secretary Says, Pipeline Should Return to Normal by End of Weekend. Aired 10-10:30a ET
• Buttigieg Says, White House Open to Negotiating on Corporate Tax Hike; USAID Urges Continued Full Access to Ethiopia's Tigray Region; Tiger Still Missing in Houston as Search Intensifies. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• Rep. Matt Gaetz (R-FL) Ally to Plead Guilty, Strikes Cooperation Deal; Biden Urges Calm Amid Panic Buying as Gas Pipeline Restarts; Fauci Says, Put Aside Your Mask if You're Fully Vaccinated and Outside. Aired 1-1:30p ET
• Fauci on Masks Outside; GOP Lawmakers Downplay Insurrection; Cheney Comments about Trump; Barbara Comstock and Sarah Longwell are Interviewed about Liz Cheney; Pete Buttigieg is Interviewed about Gas Supply, Colonial Pipeline, and Infrastructure. Aired 9:00-9:30a ET
• CDC Eases Mask Restrictions For Fully Vaccinated Americans. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• Pete Buttigieg is Interviewed about Infrastructure; Fauci on Mask Rules; Catastrophe Avoided in Tennessee; Clashes in the Streets of Israeli Cities. Aired 9:30-10a ET.
• New Video Shows Brutal Assault on Officer as GOP Whitewashes Jan. 6th Riot; Former Sen. Jeff Flake (R-AZ) Discusses GOP Trying to Whitewash Jan. 6th Riot, Marjorie Taylor Greene's Ongoing Harassment of Democrat Members of Congress; Soon, CDC to Ease Restrictions on Masking, Social Distancing for Vaccinated Americans; Biden Meets with GOP Senators on Infrastructure; 6 of 7 Yankees Staffers Who Got J&J Vaccine Suddenly Test Positive for COVID. Aired 1:30-2p ET
• Interview With Lt. Gov. Geoff Duncan (R-GA); CDC Eases Mask Restrictions For Fully Vaccinated Americans. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• CDC Says Vaccinated People Can End Mask Use, Social Distancing; Biden to Address COVID Response, New CDC Mask Guidance; "Race for The Vaccine" Premieres Saturday. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• CDC: Vaccinated People Can Go Without Masks Indoors and Outdoors. Aired 2:30-3p ET


May 12, 2021
• Worst Fighting in Years Edges Toward All-Out War between Israel and Palestinians; 71 Bodies Pulled from Ganges River; Nepal Faces Oxygen Crisis and Government Collapse; Confusing Claims on Transmission of Virus Outdoors; Israel Ramps Up Airstrikes Amid Rocket Fire from Gaza; CNN Goes Inside Sacred City Besieged in Ethiopia's Tigray; Chinese Zoo Criticized for Concealing Big Cats' Escape. Aired 12-12:45a ET
• Tensions Between Israel and Palestinian Cause More Lives; Israel Retaliates with Rocket Air Strikes; Lod Declares State of Emergency; White House Ask for De-escalation; Nepal's COVID Cases Skyrocketed; Worst Fighting In Years Edges Toward All-Out War; Israel Ramps Up Airstrike Amid Rocket Fire From Gaza; Inside U.S.-European War Games; Colonial Pipeline Hack Causing Panic Buying Of Oil; Keeping Olympic Dreams Alive. Aired 3-4a ET
• Escalating Violence in the Middle East; Growing Concern About COVID Variant in India; Refugees Devastated by Kenya's Decision to Close Camps; Biden Receiving Updates on Israel-Gaza Tensions; U.S. European Allies Stage War Games Amid Russia Tensions; Hollywood A- Listers Call for More Diversity in HFPA; South Sudanese Athletes in Japan Keep Olympic Dreams Alive. Aired 1-2a ET
• Airstrike Collapses 13-Story Building in Gaza; 71 Bodies Pulled from Ganges River; Nepal Faces Oxygen Crisis and Government Collapse; U.S., European Allies Stage War Games amid Russia Tensions; Israel Declares State of Emergency in City of Lod; HFPA Controversy. Aired 2- 2:45a ET
• Liz Cheney Strikes Defiant Tone Ahead of Expected Ousting; Israel Ramps Up Airstrikes After Rocket Fire from Gaza; White House Facing Calls to Lift More Restrictions for Fully Vaccinated Americans; Panic Buying Drives Fuel Shortages in Parts of U.S. Aired 4-4:30a ET
• Family of Andrew Brown Jr. Views More Body Cam Footage; Liz Cheney Strikes Defiant Tone Ahead of Expected Ousting; Elise Stefanik's Support of Trump Divides Constituents; Pfizer: Vaccine Shown 100 Percent Effective in Kids 12-15; Supreme Court: Every Nepali Deserves Medical Treatment. Aired 4:30-5a ET
• Rep. Liz Cheney (R-WY) Ousted from GOP Leadership Post over Trump Criticism; House Oversight Committee Hearing on Questions Surrounding Capitol Attack; Former Acting Defense Secretary Testifies on Pentagon's Response to January 6 Capitol Riot. Aired 10-10:30a ET
• House Oversight Hearing on Response to January 6 Insurrection; Former Acting Attorney General Testifies on Insurrection Response; D.C. Police Chief Testifies on January 6 Insurrection Response. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• GOP Vote on Cheney; Rep. Adam Kinzinger (R-IL) is Interviewed about the Cheney Vote; Cheney Speaks to Party before Vote; Cheney Removed from Leadership Role. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• Panic Buying Drains Gas Pumps; President Biden Meets With Bipartisan Group of Lawmakers; Republicans Oust Liz Cheney From Leadership. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• House Holds Hearing on Insurrection; Gas Demand Spikes; Worst Fighting in Seven Years. Aired 9:30-10a ET.
• GOP Leaders Speak after Meeting with Biden; GOP Ousts Rep. Liz Cheney (R-WY) from Leadership for Refusing to Spread Election Lie; Former Trump Officials Testify on Response to January 6 Insurrection. Aired 1-1:30p ET
• The White Supremacist Threat; Panic Buying Drains Gas Pumps; Republicans Oust Liz Cheney From Leadership. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• CDC Advisers Recommend Pfizer Vaccine for Kids 12 to 15; Education Secretary Says No Reason to Wait Until Fall to Send Students Back to School; Pressure Mounts for CDC to Change Guidelines for Vaccinated People; Grocer Says Prices Are Even Higher Now Than Before the Pandemic; Dow Falls More Than 600 Points on Inflation Fear; Houston Police Capture Murder Suspect and Pet Tiger Is Missing. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• Gas Price Surge, Pumps Run Dry Amid Panic Buying; Consumer Price Show Biggest 12-Month Increase Since 2008; Critical CDC Meeting On Vaccine For Kids; Dozens Dead In Worst Israel-Palestinian Violence In Seven Years. Aired 1:30-2p ET
• Panic Buying Drains Gas Pumps Across The Southeast; 100-Plus Republicans Slam GOP, Threaten To Form Third Party; Secretary Of State Blinken Sends Top Official To Meet With Israeli And Palestinian Leaders. Aired 2:30-3p ET


May 11, 2021
• Israel Responds To Gaza Rocket Fire With Airstrikes; Over Half Of India Under Lockdown; Vaccine Hesitancy Posing Major Challenges; China Reports Slowest Population Growth In Decades; Anger Grows As Government Tries To Quell Unrest; WSJ: Bill And Melinda Gates Working On Divorce Since 2019. Aired 12-12:45a ET
• Tensions Escalated Between Gaza and Israel; India's Rural Areas Not Spared by the Pandemic; Normal Life in U.K. Seen in the Horizon; Russian Hackers Targeted Oil Pipeline in the U.S.; Hacked Oil Company Affects Gas Prices; Palestinians Fight Eviction From Homes In Sheik Jarrah; India's COVID-19 Infections Drop For Second Straight Day; Columbia Protests, Anger Grows As Government Tries To Quell Unrest; Showdown At Sea, U.S. Fires Warning Shots At Iranian Boats; United Nations Panel Finds ISIS Committed Genocide Against Yazidis; Massive Wave Of Migrants Overwhelms Italian Island; China's Population Growth Slows. Aired 3-4a ET
• Israel Responds to Gaza Rocket Fire with Airstrikes; Over Half of India under Lockdown; U.K. Prime Minister Approves Next Phase of England's Reopening; China Reports Slowest Population Growth in Decades; U.N. Reports 781 Killed, Thousands Injured in Myanmar; U.S. Fires Warning Shots at Iranian Fast Boats. Aired 2-2:45a ET
• Russian Media: At Least 9 Dead in School Shooting in Kazan, Russia; FDA Authorizes Pfizer-BioNTech Vaccine for Children 12 to 15; FBI Investigating Cyberattack on Critical U.S. Fuel Line; Israeli- Palestinian Clashes Escalate Dramatically. Aired 4-4:30a ET
• Israeli-Palestinian Clashes Escalate Dramatically; U.N. Says 781 Killed, Thousands Injured in Myanmar; Medina Spirit Trainer Denies Doping Allegations; Jerusalem Violence Escalates; India's COVID-19 Infections Drop for Second Straight Day; China Reports Slowest Population Growth in Decades. Aired 1-2a ET
• Russian Media: At Least 9 Dead in School Shooting in Kazan, Russia; President Biden Looks to Cut Bipartisan Infrastructure Deal; Republicans Prepare to Face Off Over Cheney's Future; Second Was of COVID-19 Devastates Indian Village; Olympics Chief's Trip to Japan Postponed. Aired 4:30-5a ET
• Colonial Pipeline Has Not Shared Information with Federal Government on Vulnerability Used by DarkSide Gang; House GOP to Vote Tomorrow on Ousting Rep. Liz Cheney (R-WY) for Trump Criticism; Biden COVID-19 Response Team Testifies before Senate Committee. Aired 10- 10:30a ET
• Dr. Fauci Updates Senate Committee on Efforts to Fight COVID; White House COVID Response Officer Says, Vaccine Supply is Greater Than Demand. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• Pfizer Vaccine Available to 12 to 15 Year Olds; School Shooting in Russia; Violence Escalates between Israelis and Palestinians; Feds Seek Cooperation from Gaetz's Ex-Girlfriend; GOP Votes on Cheney Tomorrow. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• Palestinian Militants & Israel Exchange Barrage of Rocket Fire; Dozens Reported Dead as Israeli-Palestinian Violence Spikes; Pipeline Cyberattack Now Sparking Gas Shortages; DHS Official: Colonial Pipeline Slow to Provide Info on Hack; Chipotle Hiking Wages to Boost Hiring; Chipotle Hikes Worker Pay Amid Nationwide Labor Shortage; Tom Cruise Returns Golden Globes, NBC Scraps Airing Award Show Amid Diversity Controversy. Aired 1:30-2p ET.
• FDA Authorizes Pfizer Vaccine for Kids Ages 12-15; CNN Reports, Feds Seek Cooperation of Ex-Capitol Hill Inter, Former Rep. Matt Gaetz (R-FL) Associate in Sex Trafficking Probe; Palestinian Militants and Israel Exchange Barrage of Rocket Fire. Aired 1-1:30p ET
• Colonial Pipeline Hack; Joe Lieberman is Interviewed about Cyber Security Legislation and Liz Cheney; Capitol Police Saw Proud Boys before Breach. Aired 9:30-10a ET.
• Family of Andrew Brown Jr. Views Bodycam Footage; Middle East Crisis. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• The FDA has Authorized Pfizer's Coronavirus Vaccine for Children Ages 12-15; Ongoing Feud Between Republican Sen. Rand Paul (R-KY) and Dr. Anthony Fauci; Breaking News of Escalating Violence in Israel. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• 12- to 15-Year-Olds Begin Receiving Pfizer Vaccine Today; Prosecutor Will Seek Hate Crime Charges and Death Penalty in Atlanta Spa Shootings; Feds Seeking Cooperation of Ex-Intern, Girlfriend in Gaetz Probe; McCarthy Cites GOP's Big Tent as Defense for Ousting Cheney. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• Loud Blasts, Fires in Tel Aviv as Mideast Violence Explodes; Rocket Fire Continues between Israel and Gaza after 13-Story Tower Collapses in Gaza Following Israeli Airstrike; Ahmaud Arbery murder Suspects Arraigned on Federal Hate Crimes; Fulton County D.A. Plans to Seek Death Penalty, Enhanced Hate Crime Charges in Atlanta Spa Shooting. Aired 2:30-3p ET


May 10, 2021
• Hearing on Palestinian Evictions Delayed; Families Bury Loved Ones after Attack on Kabul School; 3 Indian States Extending Lockdowns; Celebrations in Spain as State of Emergency Ends; COVID Travel Ban in Indonesia Over Muslim Holiday; Social Media Groups Escalating Vaccine Hesitancy in U.S.; Colombian President Calls for Dialogue with Protest Leaders; Biologists Tracking Whale Lost in the Mediterranean. Aired 12-12:45a ET
• Vaccine Inequality Pits Wealth against Poorer Nations; England's Lockdown Takes Toll on Children's Mental Health; Inside the Dangerous World of Human Smuggling; Decision on Holding Olympics is up to IOC; Israeli Police, Palestinians Clash in Jerusalem; Families Bury Loved Ones After Attack on Kabul School; New Lockdowns Across India. Aired 1-2a ET
• Palestinian Protesters and Israeli Police Clash in Jerusalem; Time to Relax Indoor Mask Mandates; India's COVID-19 Cases Slightly Goes Down, Calls for Massive Lockdowns; Three Injured in Times Square Shooting; Kabul Death Toll Rises to 85; Doctor Who Treated Alexei Navalny is Missing; Climate Change Protest in Paris; Administration Gears Up For Infrastructure Push This Week; Lawmakers Prepare To Oust Cheney For Not Backing Trump; Celebrations In Spain As State Of Emergency Ends. Aired 2-3a ET
• Israel to Temporarily Halt Visits by Jews to Site Revered by Jews and Muslims as Tensions Soar in Jerusalem; Fauci Hopeful U.S. Will Hit Vaccination Goal by July 4; Fauci: Mask Guidance Should Ease as More People Get Vaccinated; U.K. Prime Minister to Announce England Will Further Ease Restrictions; Administration Gears Up for Infrastructure Push this Week; House Minority Leader Supporting Stefanik Over Cheney. Aired 4-4:30a ET
• U.S.'s Largest Pipeline Attack by a Cyber Group; GOP Ready to Replace Liz Cheney; Facebook Still Undecided if Trump is Banned Forever; Big Tech Companies Expanding Big in Africa; Medina Spirit Disqualified for the Next Triple Crown; Israel and Palestinian Clash Raising International Concern; Mixed Messages Sent by U.S. Health Experts; U.K. looking Forward to Lifting Their Lockdowns; Spaniards Partying for Their Back to Normal Life; India's Daily Cases Slowed Down a Bit; Families Mourning for 85 Girls Killed in Afghanistan; NYPD Looking for a Shooting Suspect. Aired 3-4a ET
• Former Doctor at Russian Hospital that Treated Navalny Missing; NYPD Searching for Suspect in Times Square Shooting; Families Bury Loved Ones After Attack on Kabul School; India's New Covid Deaths and Cases Fall Slightly; Covid Travel Ban in Indonesia Over Muslim Holiday; Kentucky Derby Winner Medina Spirit Fails Drug Test. Aired 4:30-5a ET
• CNN Reports, Criminal Group from Russia Likely Behind Pipeline Cyber Attack; Republicans Set to Vote to Oust Rep. Liz Cheney (R-WY) as Early as Wednesday; Several States no Longer Ordering Full Allocation of Vaccine Doses. Aired 10-10:30a ET
• Republicans Set to Vote to Oust Liz Cheney as Early as Wednesday; Kevin McCarthy Officially Backs Outer of Cheney, Endorses Stefanik. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• CDC Says, Almost 60 Percent of U.S. Adults Have Gotten at Least One Vaccine Dose; Soon, Biden Talks Economy Ahead of Key Meetings with Lawmakers; U.S. Pipeline Hit by Cyber Attack Hoping to Restore Service this Week. Aired 1-1:30p ET
• Russian Group Behind Pipeline Cyberattack; Fauci Talks Easing Restrictions. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• Interview With Fmr. Gov. Christine Todd Whitman (R-NJ); President Biden Addresses Job Numbers; Colonial Pipeline Hacked. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• Lt. Gov. Geoff Duncan is Interviewed about Cheney's Ouster; Capitol Police IG Testifies on The Hill; NYPD Searching for Person of Interest; Tensions in Jerusalem Rise. Aired 9:30-10a ET.
• GOP Rep. Kinzinger Compares Republican Party to Titanic, Defends Rep. Liz Cheney; 6 Killed at Colorado Birthday Party; Mayor John Suthers (R-Colorado Springs) Discusses Birthday Party Shooting, Domestic Violence; Biden Speaks on Colonial Pipeline Cyberattack; Biden Addresses Getting Americans Back to Work, Pushing Back on GOP Criticism. Aired 1:30-2p ET
• Gates Divorce Revelations; Pipeline Hacked; Biden Set to Hold Bipartisan Meetings. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• CDC Says Nearly 58 Percent of Adults Received At Least One Vaccine Dose; Dr. Fauci: It May Be Time to Relax Indoor Mask Rules; Kentucky Derby Winner Fails Post Race Drug Test; Capitol Police Inspector General Testifies on January 6 Threat Assessment. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• Former NJ Governor and Former EPA Administrator, Christine Todd Whitman, discusses Republicans Set to Vote to Oust Cheney as Soon as Wednesday, Ron Johnson Pushing COVID Vaccine Conspiracy Theories; Hamas Fires Multiple Rockets into Israel, Sirens in Jerusalem; 9 Mass Shootings over Mother's Day Weekend; WSJ: Gates Divorce Talks Began in 2019 Amid Epstein Revelations. Aired 2:30-3p ET


May 09, 2021
• Pieces Of Chinese Rocket Land In Indian Ocean; Arab League To Discuss Jerusalem Unrest In Special Session Monday; In Afghanistan, 30 Killed, Dozens Wounded In Blasts Near Girls' School; Experts Critical Of Indian Government's Complacency; Chinese Government Workers Monitor Xinjiang Uyghur Homes; U.S. Strengthening Security Partnership With Ukraine; Sadiq Khan Reelected Mayor Of London; Jersey Leader Vows To Resolve Dispute With French Fishermen; Paralympian Willing To Risk Her Life For Games. Aired 12-1a ET
• Arab League To Discuss Jerusalem Unrest In Special Session Monday; In Afghanistan, 30 Killed, Dozens Wounded In Blasts Near Girls' School; Pieces Of Chinese Rocket Land In Indian Ocean; Experts Critical Of Indian Government's Complacency; L.A. Restaurant Owners Struggling To Find Workers; Chinese Government Workers Monitor Xinjiang Uyghur Homes; Dracula's Castle Becomes Vaccination Center. Aired 2-3a ET
• Pieces Of Chinese Rocket Land In Indian Ocean; Experts Critical Of Indian Government's Complacency; Arab League To Discuss Jerusalem Unrest In Special Session Monday; L.A. Restaurant Owners Struggling To Find Workers; Russia Marks WWII Victory Day; Nicola Sturgeon Promises Scotland New Independence Vote; In Afghanistan, 30 Killed, Dozens Wounded In Blasts Near Girls' School; Paralympian Willing To Risk Her Life For Games. Aired 3-4a ET
• Arab League To Discuss Jerusalem Unrest In Special Session Monday; Pieces Of Chinese Rocket Land In Indian Ocean; NYC Times Square Shooting; Russia Marks WWII Victory Day; Jersey Fishermen Caught in U.K.-France Dispute; Brown Family Demands Release Of Full Police Video; Olympic Torch Completes Route Through Nagasaki; Dracula's Castle Becomes Vaccination Center. Aired 4-5a ET
• Pieces Of Chinese Rocket Land In Indian Ocean; Arab League To Discuss Jerusalem Unrest In Special Session Monday; NYC Times Square Shooting; Experts Critical Of Indian Government's Complacency; Cyberattack Temporarily Shuts Down Major U.S. Pipeline; Russia Marks WWII Victory Day; Jersey Fishermen Caught In U.K.-France Dispute; Chinese Government Workers Monitor Xinjiang Uyghur Homes; Paralympian Willing To Risk Her Life For Games. Aired 5-6a ET
• Winner Of One Of The Most Watched Horse Races In The World Now Under Scrutiny; Four-Year-Old Girl, Two Women Shot In NYC's Times Square; CDC Vaccine Advisers To Discuss Recommendations For Young Teens; Cyber Attack Forces Shutdown Of Major U.S. Fuel Pipeline; Biden Ramps Up Infrastructure Push With Big Meetings This Week; At Least 100 Injured in Latest Clashes in Jerusalem; Wyoming GOP Voters Split On Removing Cheney From Leadership Role. Aired 2-3p ET
• President Joe Biden To Meet House And Senate Leaders; Trump Is Hunting Down Prominent Republican Party Families; Oversight Board Upholds Trump's Facebook Ban; Chef Jose Andres Gives $50 Gift Cards In Exchange To Get Vaccinated; South Carolina Votes Execution By Firing Squad; Disappointing April Jobs Report And The Economic Recovery; Kabul Explosion Kills 50 People. Aired 5-6p ET
• New York City Sees Significant Rise In Violent Crime; U.S. Records Lowest Number Of New COVID Cases In Seven Months; Kentucky Derby Winner Tested Positive For Elevated Levels Of Betamethasone. Aired 3-4p ET
• Biden Ramps Up Infrastructure Push With Big Meetings This Week; Interview With Rep. Debbie Wasserman Schultz (D-FL); Cyberattacks Forces Shutdown Of Major U.S. Fuel Pipeline; House Minority Leader Supports Stefanik Replacing Cheney; CDC: 114-Plus Million People Now Fully Vaccinated In The U.S.; Capitol Police Under The Microscope At House Hearing; Billions Of Cicadas Set To Emerge From 17-Year Hibernation. Aired 4-5p ET
• Gunman Kills Six People At Colorado Springs Birthday Party; Manhunt For Suspects In Times Square Shooting; Kentucky Derby Winner Fails Post-Race Drug Test; Two Rockets Fired From Gaza Add To Jerusalem Tensions; Pro-Trump Voices Dominate GOP, Help Spread The Big Lie; Airlines See Spike In Confrontations Involving Unruly Passengers; Former Minneapolis Police Officers Facing Federal Charges In Death Of George Floyd; Elon Musk Reveals He Has Asperger's On SNL. Aired 7-8p ET
• CDC Says, 259-Million-Plus Vaccine Doses Administered In U.S.; Kentucky Derby Winner Medina Spirit Fails Post-Race Drug Test; Voters In McCarthy District React To His Support For Trump; GOP Representative Kinzinger Compares His Party To The Titanic; The Dangerous World Of Human Smuggling; Can Technology Have Racial Bias? Aired 6-7p ET


May 08, 2021
• India's Hospitals in Desperate Need; Delhi's COVID Warrior; Chinese Rocket Expected to Fall Back to Earth. Aired 12-12:15a ET
• Israeli Police Clash with Palestinians at Jerusalem Mosque; State of Goa Tests 51 Percent Positive; Delhi's COVID Warrior; Nepal Sees 1,200 Percent Increase in COVID-19; Interview with Nepalese Prime Minister K. P. Sharma Oli on His Country's Sweeping COVID-19 Crisis; India Crisis Threatens Rebel-Held Syria Vaccine Effort; Early Results Favor Boris Johnson; Chinese Rocket Expected to Fall Back to Earth. Aired 2-2:45a ET
• Israeli Police Clash with Palestinians at Jerusalem Mosque; Indians Abroad Helping Dalit Population; Nepal Sees 1,200 Percent Increase in COVID-19; England's Green List of Travel Destinations; Chinese Rocket Expected to Fall Back to Earth. Aired 3-3:30a ET
• Clergy Expected to March in Elizabeth City, North Carolina over the Killing of Andrew Brown Jr. by Police; Police Allow Family of Andrew Brown Jr. to View Small Portion of Body Camera Footage of Police Shooting but Will Not Release Full Video Footage Publicly; Remnants of Chinese Rocket to Crash Land on Earth; Coronavirus Infection Rates in U.S. Lowest in Seven Months; Pfizer Applying for Full FDA Approval of COVID-19 Vaccine. Aired 10-11a ET
• Israeli Police Clash with Palestinians at Jerusalem Mosque; Pfizer Applies for Full FDA Approval; India's Hospitals in Desperate Need; U.S. Jobs Report Below Expectations; Chinese Rocket Expected to Fall Back to Earth; State of Goa Tests 51 Percent Positive; Delhi's COVID Warrior; The Big Lie on Tour; Scotland Could Have New Independence Vote. Aired 4-5a ET
• Israeli Police Clash With Palestinians At Jerusalem Mosque; State Of Goa Tests 51 Percent Positive; U.S. Jobs Report Below Expectations; The Big Lie On Tour; Andrew Brown Jr.'s Family To See More Shooting Video; Chinese Rocket Expected To Fall Back To Earth; England's Green List Of Travel Destinations; Colombia Unrest; Scotland Could Have New Independence Vote. Aired 5-6a ET
• Floyd Family Reacts To Federal Indictment Of Former MN Officers; Thirty Killed, 50-Plus Wounded In Explosion Near Kabul Girls School; Summer Travel Boom Coming; One Year Later: Pregnant Doctors Fighting COVID In the E.R.; Dems Push "For The People Act" In Senate; Tentative Bipartisan Agreement On Key Issues In Policing Overhaul. Aired 12-1p ET
• Protesters Demand Release Of Body Cam Video In Andrew Brown's Death; Four Former Minneapolis Officers Indicted On Federal Charges; Tentative Bipartisan Agreement On Key Issues In Policing Overhaul; Out-Of-Control Rocket To Re-Enter Earth's Atmosphere Tonight; Cyberattack Forces Shutdown Of Large U.S. Pipeline Operator; Hundreds Of COVID Victims' Bodies Still In Cold Storage Trucks. Aired 11a-12p ET
• Remnants Of Chinese Rocket To Crash Land On Earth; Explosion Kills At least 30 And Wounds 50 At All-Girl High School In Kabul, Afghanistan; Poll Finds Majority Of Americans Support Vaccine Verifications For Traveling By Plane And Attending Events With Big Crowds; Japan Prepares To Host Summer Olympics Despite Fourth Wave Of Coronavirus Pandemic; U.S. Energy Secretary Jennifer Granholm Divesting From Electric Vehicle Company Virtually Toured By President Biden; Texas State Legislature Passes Controversial Voting Law. Aired 2-3p ET
• "Out-Of-Control" Chinese Rocket Weighing 22 Tons Hurtling Toward Earth; Gaetz, Greene Hold "America First" Rally Amid Scandals; Soccer Legend, Brandi Chastain, Weighs In On Pandemic Olympics; Daily Average Of COVID-19 Vaccinations Drops Below Two Million; Pfizer Applies For Full FDA Approval Of COVID Vaccine; At Least 30 Killed, 52 Wounded In Blast Near Girls' School In Kabul. Aired 3-4p ET
• Thirty Killed, 50-Plus Wounded In Explosion Near Kabul Girls' School; Out-Of-Control Rocket To Re-Enter Earth's Atmosphere Tonight; Restaurant Owners Say They're Struggling With Staff Shortage; Judge Vacates CDC's Nationwide Eviction Moratorium; Fifteen Percent Of U.S. Adults Still Say They'll "Wait And See" On Vaccine; Police Officer Goes "Beyond The Call Of Duty" To Save Man's Life From Oncoming Train. Aired 1-2p ET
• Gaetz, Greene Hold "America First" Rally Amid Scandals; Interview With Rep. Charlie Crist (D-FL); "Out-Of-Control" Chinese Rocket Weighing 22 Tons Hurtling Toward Earth; Controversy Follows Musk Into "SNL" Hosting Gig; Billionaires Battle: Musk, Bezos Trade Barbs Over NASA; Facebook Oversight Board Upholds Ban On Donald Trump; Trump Launches New Blog Amid Facebook & Twitter Suspension. Aired 4-5p ET
• "Out-Of-Control" Chinese Rocket Weighing 22 Tons Hurtling Toward Earth; Arizona Auditors Check For Bamboo In Ballots After Baseless Claim They Were Shipped In From Asia; Vaccine Disinformation Rampant On Social Media Parenting Groups; Alleged "Zip-Tie" Rioter Asks Court For Permission To Call Co-Defendant Mom On Mother's Day; FEC Declines To Punish Trump For Campaign Payment To Stormy Daniels; China Forces Uyghur Families To Host Government Officials In Their Homes. Aired 5-6p ET
• Two People Including A Child, Injured In Times Square Shooting; Rocket Set To Crash On Earth Tonight Within Huge Risk Zone; CDC Reports Fewer Than Two Million Vaccine Doses Administered Over Past Week; Republicans Coalesce Around The Big Lie, Move To Oust Cheney; Gaetz And Greene Hit The Road For Trump Festival Of Lies; DOJ: Arizona Election Audit May Violate Voter Intimidation Laws; WAPO: Trump's DOJ Secretly Obtained Reporters' Phone Records. Aired 6-7p ET
• WAPO: Trump's DOJ Secretly Obtained Reporters' Phone Records; Child Among Two People Hurt In Times Square Shooting; Rocket Set To Crash To Earth Tonight Within Huge "Risk Zone"; Stefanik Enters GOP Top Tier By Embracing Trump's Election Lie; CDC: Fewer Than Two Million Vaccine Doses Administered Over Past Week; U.S. Economy Adds 226,000 Jobs In April; FDA To Authorize Pfizer Vaccine For Kids 12 To 15 By Next Week; Sweeping Florida Law Adds Voting Restrictions. Aired 7-8p ET
• Chinese Rocket Set To Crash Into Earth Between 9 P.M. & 11 P.M. ET; Three Bystanders Including Four-Year-Old Hurt In Times Square Shooting; Cyber Attack Forces Shutdown Of Major U.S. Gas Pipeline; Former Gov. Mark Sanford (R-SC) On The GOP "Cult Of Personality"; Republicans Coalesce Around The Big Lie, Move To Oust Cheney. Aired 8- 9p ET


May 07, 2021
• India at Epicenter of Asia's Worsening COVID Crisis; Bogota Mayor Calls for Young People to be Heard by Government as Protests Continue; Lebanon's Rising Food Prices Make for a Rough Ramadan; Argentina Battles Oxygen Tank Shortage; U.K., France Resort to Gunboat Diplomacy in Jersey Dispute. Aired 12-12:45a ET
• India Has Worsening COVID-19 Crisis; India's COVID Crisis Spills Across the Region; Japan Considers Extending COVID State of Emergency; Colombia Protests Leave 25 People Killed; Argentina Battles Oxygen Tank Shortage; U.K. and France Resort to Gunboat Diplomacy In Jersey Disput; U.K. And France Resort To Gunboat Diplomacy In Jersey Dispute; Space Debris Crashing Onto Earth Soon; Major Corporations Come Out Against Proposed Voting Restrictions In Texas; Capitol Rioter's Lawyers Claim He Had "Foxitus". Aired 2-2:45a ET
• India's Holiest City Seeing More COVID Deaths; COVID Cases in Southeast Asian Rising; ICU Beds and Hospitalization Spike in Japan; European Countries Pushing Back on Patent Waiver; Hartlepool's Election Added Leverage to Boris Johnson; France and U.K. Fight Over Fishing Rights; China Intimidated by Australia's Cold War Mentality; India's COVID Crisis, Nation Reports Almost 4,000 Deaths In Past 24 Hours; Nine Days Of Violent Protests Leave 25 People Killed; COVID-19 Ravaging Latin America Countries; Lebanon's Painful Ramadan; Space Debris Crashing Onto Earth Soon; Out Of This World Vintage. Aired 3-4a ET
• India Reports Record 414,000 New Cases in Past 24 Hours; India's COVID Crisis Spill Across the Region; Japan Considers Extending COVID State of Emergency; Violence Escalates in Burkina Faso; Centrist Yair Lapid Traying to Form New Government; COVID Overwhelms India's Holiest City; Germany Resists Calls to Waive COVID- 19 Vaccine Patents; U.S. Considers Unfreezing $1 Billion in Iranian Funds; Fishing Feud in Jersey. Aired 1-2a ET
• Promising U.S. Jobs Report to be Released in Coming Hours; U.S. President Touts $2.3 Trillion Infrastructure Plan in Louisiana; More of the U.S. Starts Opening Up as Cases Decline; Grieving Families Lashing out at Medical Workers in India; Elise Stefanik Campaigning to Replace Liz Cheney; Conservative Win in Former Labour Stronghold; U.S. Secret Service Chief Testifies About Riots. Aired 4-4:30a ET
• Covid Outbreak has Taken a Toll on Health Care Workers; U.S., France Favor Waivers for Covid Vaccine Patents; Japan Considers Extending Covid State of Emergency; Study: Asian-Americans Targeted 2,400 Times this Year; Chines Rocket Debris is Expected to Crash into Earth Soon. Aired 4:30-5a ET
• Trump Loyalist Who will Likely Replace Rep. Liz Cheney (R-WY) Facing Criticism from Conservative Republicans over Voting Record, Past Trump Comments; Federal Grand Jury Indicts Four Former Minneapolis Police Officers for Violating George Floyd's Rights; Pfizer Applies for Full FDA Approval of COVID Vaccine for 16-Plus. Aired 10-10:30a ET
• Rep. Matt Gaetz (R-FL), Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene (R-GA) Holding America First Rally Amid Uproar; New York City Businesses, Actors Eagerly Awaiting Return of Tourists and Broadway; Chinese Rocket Debris Could Crash to Earth as Soon as Tomorrow. Aired 10:30- 11a ET
• Japan's Fourth COVID Wave; Weak Jobs Report; Derek Chauvin Facing Federal Charges in George Floyd Death. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• April Jobs Report; Stefanik to Replace Cheney; Conservatives Criticize Stefanik; Pfizer Applies for Full Approval. Aired 9:00-9:30a ET
• Pfizer Seeking Full Approval For Vaccine; Texas Passes Restrictive Voting Bill; Weak Jobs Report; Derek Chauvin Facing Federal Charges in George Floyd Death. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• Biden Says, Still Digging Our Way Out of a Very Deep Hole; Texas Republicans Advance Bill That Would Make it Harder to Vote; Sen. Lindsey Graham (R-SC) Says, The Republican Party Can't Grow Without Trump. Aired 1-1:30p ET
• Federal Grand Jury Indicts Chauvin, 3 Other Ex-Cops in George Floyd's Death; Lawyer for Accused Capitol Rioter Says Client Had "FOXitis"; As Vaccine Rates Rise, So Does Demand for Travel; Pollster: Stressing the Benefits Likely to Help Vaccine Hesitancy; Chinese Rocket Debris Could Crash to Earth as Soon as Tomorrow. Aired 1:30-2p ET
• Riot Suspects Uses Fox as Defense; Marty Walsh is Interviewed about the Jobs Numbers; Unfounded Claims in Arizona Election Audit. Aired 9:30-10a ET.
• Pfizer Applies for Full FDA Approval for Its COVID Vaccine; Gaetz, Greene Holding "America First" Rally Amid Uproar; Interview with Mayor Daniella Levine Cava, (D) Miami-Dade County, DeSantis Vax Passport and possible losing Cruise Line Business in Florida; WriteGirl Expands Work Helping Teens Find Their Voice. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• Japan in 4th Wave of Infections as It Preps for Summer Olympics; India Sets New Record for Number of Coronavirus Cases in a Day; 28 Killed in Protests Against Colombian Government Response to COVID; Former Rep. David McIntosh (R-IN) & President, Club for Growth, Discusses Questions over Rep. Stefanik's New Loyalty to Trump, Her Conservative Credentials; Waves of Attacks Against Asian-Americans Continue; Rep. Andy Kim (D-NJ) Discusses Asian-American Diplomats Saying Discrimination Holds Them Back & Violence Against Asian- Americans. Aired 2:30-3p ET


May 06, 2021
• Indian COVID-19 Crisis Impacts COVAX Deliveries To Africa, Threatens Neighboring Countries; Centrist Yair Lapid Tasked To Form Next Israeli Government; Biden Administration Now Favors Waiving Vaccine Patents; Japan Considers Extending State Of Emergency In Four Areas; Violence Escalates Between Colombian Police And Protesters; The U.S. Eyes Possible 'Roaring 20s' Recovery. Aired 12-12:45a ET
• U.S. Giving Green Light to a Waiver on Vaccine; India Bracing for More COVID Waves; Indians Based in Abroad Raising Funds; India's Crushing Healthcare System Affects Other Countries; Protests Worsen COVID Crisis in Colombia; Two Americans Facing Life Imprisonment in Italy; At Least 30 Arrested After Indian Religious Festival; Doctor Return To Work After Losing Father To Virus; India's COVID Surge Spills Into Neighboring Countries; Nepal, 8,600 New Cases On Wednesday, Another Record High; Post-Brexit Fisheries Dispute; Blinken Reaffirms U.S. Support For Ukraine During Visit; SpaceX Lands Mars Rocket Prototype For First Time; Chinese Rocket Debris Likely To Hit Earth Soon. Aired 3-4a ET
• U.K.'s Indian Diaspora Pitch In to Help During Crisis; India Suspends Export of Vaccines to Other Countries; Canada Approves Pfizer Vaccine for Children 12 and Up; Centrist Yair Lapid Tasked to Form Next Government; Interview with Ukrainian Foreign Minister; Chinese Rocket Debris Expected to Crash into Earth Soon; India Reports Record Number of New Cases, Deaths; U.S. Backs Waiving COVID-19 Vaccine Patents; Nepal's COVID Nightmare. Aired 1-2a ET
• Biden Administration Now Favors Waiving Vaccine Patents; India's COVID-19 Crisis Impacts COVAX Deliveries to Africa, Threatens Neighboring Countries; Interview with Dmytro Kuleba, Ukrainian Foreign Minister, ahead of Meeting with U.S. Secretary of State Antony Blinken; Chinese Rocket Debris Expected to Crash into Earth Soon; Japan Considers Extending State of Emergency in Four Areas; The U.S. Eyes Possible "Roaring 20s" Recovery. Aired 2-2:45a ET
• Biden Administration Now Favors Waiving Vaccine Patents; India's Covid Crisis Impacts Vaccine Deliveries to Africa; U.S. Aims to Make It Easier for Americans to Get Vaccines; Liz Cheney Steadfast in Criticism of Trump's Lies; Facebook Oversight Board Upholds Trump's Suspension; Ukrainian Foreign Minister Talks to CNN About Investigation into Giuliani. Aired 4-4:30a ET
• W.T.O. Meeting on Whether to Waive Vaccine Patent Rights; India Reports Record Number of New Cases, Deaths; Nepal's Hospitals Struggling with Severe Shortages; Two American Students Convicted of Murder in Italy; Centrist Yair Lapid Tasked to Form Next Government; FAA: Violent Incidents on Airplanes Increasing; Chines Rocket Debris Expected to Crash into Earth Soon. Aired 4:30-5a ET
• Liz Cheney to GOP: Trump or the Truth; Kevin McCarthy Concerned Commission Will Call Him as Witness; U.S. Averaging about 2 Million Inoculations Daily for a Week; Giuliani Seeks Trump's Help with Legal Bills; Biden EPA Proposes Rule Cutting Climate Pollutants; Companies Call for Expanded Voting Access in Texas. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• Liz Cheney to GOP: Trump or the Truth; Kevin McCarthy Concerned Commission Will Call Him as Witness; U.S. Averaging about 2 Million Inoculations Daily for a Week; Giuliani Seeks Trump's Help with Legal Bills; Biden EPA Proposes Rule Cutting Climate Pollutants; Companies Call for Expanded Voting Access in Texas. Aired 9:30-10a ET
• Trump Allies Search for Candidate to Challenge Rep. Liz Cheney (R-WY) in Wyoming Primary; COVID Infections at Seven-Month Low in U.S.; Biden to Promote American Jobs Plan in Louisiana Today. Aired 10-10:30a ET
• President Biden Pushes Infrastructure Plan in Louisiana; Vaccination Rate Dropping; Republicans Continue Voter Restriction Efforts. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• D.C. Police Officer Injured During Insurrection Slams Disgraceful Response by Some Officials; Republicans and Right-Wing Media Use Decision to Uphold Trump's Facebook Suspension to Claim Bias; Debris from Chinese Rocket Expected to Crash to Earth Soon. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• Facebook Oversight Board Defends Decision to Uphold Trump Ban, Defer on Whether It Should Be Permanent; DeSantis Signs Restrictive Voting Bill on FOX after Banning News Outlets from Covering the Event; Tucker Carlson's Colleagues Slam His Anti-Vaccine Rhetoric; Giuliani Allies Plead for Trump to Help with Legal Bills; Secret Service Chief: Agency Wasn't Prepared for Civil Unrest; Grandparent's Gossip, Bragging Lead to New Insurrection Arrests; Jared Bernstein, Member, White House Council of Economic Advisers, Discusses Weekly Jobs Claims Hitting New Pandemic Low & Restaurants, Hotels Struggling to Fill Job Openings & Biden Pushing Agenda, McConnell Pushing Back. Aired 1:30-2p ET
• Vaccination Rate Dropping; Liz Cheney Set to Lose Leadership Position?; Republicans Passing Voter Restriction Laws. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• Biden Delivers Remarks on American Jobs Plan; Biden: "I'm Sick and Tired of Corporate America Not Paying Their Fair Share"; Cheney Warns GOP at "Turning Point: with her Leadership at Stake; GOP Could Vote to Remove Cheney from Leadership as Early as Next Week; COVID Infections & Hospitalizations Near 7-Month Low; Moderna: Trial Shows Booster Revs Up Immune Response to Variants; Next Week, FDA Could Authorize Pfizer Vaccine for 12- to 15-Year-Olds. Aired 2:30-3p ET
• Rep. Liz Cheney (R-WY) to GOP, Our Children are Watching; Signs of Hope as U.S. Cases, Deaths, Hospitalizations Drop Sharply; Facebook Oversight Board Defends Decision to Uphold Trump Ban, Defer on Whether it Should be Permanent. Aired 1-1:30p ET
• New Florida Voting Law Faces Immediate Legal Pushback; Justice Department Says Arizona Election Audit May Violate Federal Law; South Carolina House Approves Firing Squad as Execution Method; U.S. Won't Shoot Down Out-Of-Control Chinese Rocket. Aired 3:30-4p ET


May 05, 2021
• India's Healthcare System Struggling to Cope Up; P.M. Benjamin Netanyahu's Political Career Could Soon End; G7 Leaders Wrap Up Their Meeting; Israel Looking to Have a New Prime Minister; Russians Taking Aggressive Steps in Contested Waters with Ukraine; WHO, India Accounts For 25 Percent Of COVID-19 Deaths Last Week; Osaka Nears Hospital Bed Capacity For COVID-19 Patients; Myanmar Announces Ban On Satellite Televisions; Americans Charged With Murder Await Verdict In Italy; European Union Considers Easing Travel Restrictions; French National Assembly Approves Climate Change Bill; Post-Brexit Dispute; Dramatic Video Shows Truck Ambush In South Africa. UFOs Over United States Of America; Belgian Farmer Moves Border. Aired 3-4a ET
• Protesters Training to Fight the Military; Impact of School Closures on Children's Mental Health; Scotland to Hold Pivotal Parliament Election Thursday; Americans Charged with Murder Await Verdict in Italy; Dramatic Video Shows Truck Ambush in South Africa; India Reports More Than 382,000 New COVID Infections; G7 Foreign Ministers Set to Wrap Meeting in London; Criticism Growing Over Handling of Mount Meron Tragedy; CNN Onboard as Ukrainian Patrol Challenges Russian Ship. Aired 1-2a ET
• Biden Goal: 70 Percent of Adults Get a Vaccine Shot by July 4; Critics Blame Modi Government for Mishandling Crisis; Facebook to Announce Decision on Trump's Account; Lawyers for Derek Chauvin File Motion for New Trial. Aired 4-4:30a ET
• India's COVID-19 Crisis; Nepal Breaks Coronavirus Case Record; Myanmar Protesters Training to Fight the Military; Dozens Killed in Mexico City Metro Disaster; India Reports More Than 382,000 New COVID Infections; CNN Gains Rare Access to Ukrainian Coastal Patrol. Aired 12-12:45a ET
• India's COVID-19 Crisis; Brazil Investigates Bolsonaro's COVID-19 Management; Dozens Killed in Mexico City Metro Disaster; Netanyahu Misses Deadline to Form New Government; Myanmar Protesters Training to Fight the Military; Scotland Election Thursday. Aired 2- 2:45a ET
• 24 Killed, 79 Injured in Mexico City Metro Disaster; Israel's Netanyahu Missed Deadline to Build New Government; House GOP Leader Caught on Hot Mic Criticizing Liz Cheney; Reuters: Indian G7 Delegates Test Positive for Covid-19; Americans Charged with Murder Await Verdict in Italy. Aired 4:30-5a ET
• Facebook Oversight Board Upholds Trump's Suspension; Rep. Liz Cheney's (R-WY) Days as Number Three Republican Appear Numbered; Biden Sets Goal of One Vaccine Shot to 70 Percent of Adults by July 4th. Aired 10-10:30a ET
• Trump's Facebook Ban Continues; Trump Backs Loyalist to Replace Liz Cheney; Biden Touts Economic Relief For Restaurants. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• Biden Sets Goal of One Vaccine Shot to 70 Percent of Adults by July 4th; Facebook Oversight Board Upholds Trump's Suspension; Vaccine Hesitancy Remains High in Rural Oregon as Cases There Rise. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• Biden Goal: One Vaccine Shot to 70 Percent of Adults by July 4th; How Should Vaccinated People Weight Their Risks; Rep. Dan Kildee (D-MI) Discusses Being a Republican Target for Midterm Elections, Biden Pushing Large Economic & Infrastructure Plans; Hugh Piece of Chinese Rocket Now Hurtling Toward Earth. Aired 1:30-2p ET
• Interview With Washington, D.C., Mayor Muriel Bowser; Interview With Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham (D-NM); Trump Backs Loyalist to Replace Liz Cheney; Interview With Fmr. Rep. Francis Rooney (R-FL). Aired 3-3:30p ET
• FaceBook Board Decides whether to Reinstate Trump; Judge Orders DOJ Memo Released. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• GOP Lawmaker Praises Racist Three-Fifths Compromise; As Vaccine Rate Drops, Biden Administration Shifts Strategy; Biden Begins to Reunite Families Separated at Border; Government Watchdog to Examine Pentagon's Handling of UFO Reports. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• Biden Sets Goal of One Vaccine Shot to 70 Percent of Adults by July 4th. Aired 9:30-10a ET
• Derek Chauvin's Attorney Files Motion for New Trial; Judge: Barr Misled on His Decision Not to Charge Trump; Feds Request "Special Master" to Review Giuliani Evidence; Biden Delivers Remarks on "American Rescue Plan," Aid Plan for Restaurants Hurt by Pandemic. Aired 2:30-3p ET
• Facebook Oversight Board Upholds Trump's Suspension; Source Says, Rep. Liz Cheney (R-WY) Telling Allies She's Not Fighting Her Ousting; Judge Says, Barr Misled On His Decision Not To Charge Trump. Aired 1-1:30p ET


May 04, 2021
• India Expected To Top 20 Million Cases Soon; Nepal's New Cases Hit Record High; Inside The Dangerous World Of Human Smuggling; Indian Doctor: I Cannot Explain, We Are Dying Inside; Blinken: U.S. Hopes North Korea Will Engage Diplomatically. Aired 12-12:45a ET
• Mexico City Subway Overpass Collapses, Killing 15; India Expected to Top 20 Million Cases Soon; G7 Foreign Ministers Meet in London; Oil Exploration Fuels Environmental Concerns in Namibia. Aired 2-2:45a ET
• Overpass in Mexico Collapsed Leaving 20 People Dead; India's Healthcare System Crushing; China and Russia on Top of G7 Summit; 20 Killed, Dozens Hurt In Mexico City Metro Disaster; Inside The Dangerous World Of Human Smuggling; New Book Compiles Testimony Of Children From United States-Mexico Border; White House Raises Refugee Ceiling To 62,500; Benjamin Netanyahu Looks To Make A Deal; Bill And Melinda Gates File For Divorce. John Defterios' End Of An Era. Aired 3-4a ET
• Officials: 13 Killed, Dozens Hurt in Mexico City Metro Disasters; India Surpasses 20 Million COVID-19 Infections; G7 Foreign Ministers Meeting Face-to-Face in London; Netanyahu's Mandate to Form Government Set to Expire; 15 Killed, 70 Hurt in Mexico City Metro Disaster; Why India's Vaccination Program Has Been a Disappointment; Namibia's Oil Debate; Bill and Melinda Gates Marriage to End after 27 Years. Aired 1-2a ET
• Mayor: 20 Killed, Dozens Hurt in Mexico City Metro Disaster; Grieving and Struggling Indian Hospital Runs Out of Oxygen; CDC: More Than 40 Percent of U.S. Adults are Fully Vaccinated; G7 Foreign Ministers Meeting Face-to-Face in London. Aired 4-4:30a ET
• Andrew Brown Jr.'s Funeral Held Amid Calls for Justice; Bodycam Law Under Scrutiny in North Carolina; Republican Party Faces Major Fight Over Its Future; Large Sections of Trump's Border Wall Remain in Limbo; France Eases Restriction as New Cases Drop; Bill and Melinda Gates to End Marriage After 27 Years. Aired 4:30-5a ET
• FDA Expected to Authorize Pfizer Vaccine for 12 to 15-Year- Olds; Rep. Liz Cheney (R-WY) Triples Down on Criticism of Trump as Party Blasts Her. Aired 10-10:30a ET
• Official Says, FDA Plans Authorize Pfizer Vaccine for Ages 12- 15 Next Week; U.S. Travel Restrictions on India Now in Effect; Senior House Republican Says, Liz is Gone, Just a Question of How and When. Aired 1-1:30p ET
• States Ease Restrictions on May 19th; Pfizer to File for Full FDA Approval; Cheney Triples Down over Criticism; FDA To Authorize 12 to 15 Year Olds for Vaccination; DOJ Launches Police Department Investigations. Aired 9:00-9:30a ET
• Will Republicans Oust Liz Cheney From Leadership Position?; Biden's New Vaccine Goal. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• Will Republicans Oust Liz Cheney From Leadership Position?; Biden's New Vaccine Goals. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• DOJ Ramping up Investigations; Subway Overpass Collapses in Mexico City; India Crosses 20 Million Cases; Giuliani Court Battle to Block Materials; Durbin Asks for Explanation of Failures. Aired 9:30- 10a ET.
• Photo Surfaces of Chauvin Trial, Trial Juror Wearing BLM T- Shirt at D.C. March; American Woman Shares Story of Losing Grandpa to COVID in India; Subway Collapses in Mexico City Killing at Least 24. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• India in the Middle of a Devastating Surge of Coronavirus, Overwhelming the Entire Healthcare System; Facebook is Going to Make a Decision on Whether to Unban Trump from Facebook; Senators in a CIA Briefing Demanding Answers for a Series of Energy Related Attacks on U.S. Intelligence Officials. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• Sparks Fly at Senate Briefing on Suspected Energy Attacks on U.S. Intelligence Officials Around the Globe; Mayor Dan Gelber (D- Miami Beach) Discusses Florida Governor Lifting COVID-19 Restrictions; Biden to Announce Goal of Administration: At Least One COVID Vaccine Does to 70 Percent of U.S. Adults by July 4th; Train Overpass Collapses onto Busy Road in Mexico. Aired 1:30-2p ET
• Garland On Capitol Hill To Defend $35 Billion Budget Request; Biden Gives Update On Pandemic & Vaccination Drive. Aired 2:30-3p ET


May 03, 2021
• India Scrambles for Oxygen as Daily Cases Stay at 300K Plus; French Students Reflect on Losing Loved Ones to COVID; Manchester United Fans Storm Pitch to Protest U.S. Owners; Biden Administration Seeks to Reshape U.S. Standing Abroad; India's Neighbors Feel the Impact of Catastrophe Next Door; Reporting on the Myanmar Crisis is Dangerous Work. Aired 12-12:45a ET
• India's Healthcare System on Breaking Point; A Quarter of Americans Hesitant of Vaccine; Dereliction of Duty Have Consequences; Brown Family Demands Justice; Israel Honored 45 Victims of Stampede; World Leaders Calling Out China and Russia for their Actions; Coronavirus in Asia as India COVID Cases Surge; Coronavirus Pandemic in Europe; Infighting is Threatening the Future of Republican Party; Protests on the Pitch. Aired 3-4a ET
• India's Neighbors Feel Impact of Catastrophe Next Door; Journalist Documents Man's Quest to Get Help for Sick Parents; Israel's Parliament to Hold Memorial for Stampede Victims; Manchester United Fans Storm Pitch to Protest U.S. Owners; India Scrambles for Oxygen as Daily Cases Stay at 300K+; Secondary Schools Reopening Across France; Reporting on the Myanmar Crisis is Dangerous Work; Biden Administration Seeks To Reshape U.S. Standing Abroad. Aired 1-2a ET
• India Reports More than 300,000 New COVID Infections; Israel to Hold a Memorial for Those Killed in the Stampede in Mount Meron; Nepal Bans Flight Coming From India; Asian Countries Extends Lockdowns and Restrictions Due to High Cases of New Infections; Manchester United Fans Protest U.S. Owners; Afghan Army Base Back in Control; Blinken: China Poses A Threat To Rules Based Order; Biden Admin Seeks To Reshape U.S. Standing Abroad; 4 Dead After Boat Capsizes Off California. Aired 2-3a ET
• India Scrambles for Oxygen as Daily Cases Stay at 300K+; CDC: 245+ Million Covid Vaccine Doses Administered in U.S.; U.S. Sending Medical Supplies, Aid to India; Taliban Temporarily Take Control of Afghan Army Base; Biden Administration Seeks to Reshape U.S. Standing Abroad; Funeral for Andrew Brown to be Held in Coming Hours; Four Dead After Boat Capsizes Off California Coast; Criticism Growing Over Handling of Mount Meron Tragedy. Aired 4-4:30a ET
• Infighting Threatening the Future of Republican Party; Romney Booed at Utah Republican Convention; Restrictions are Easing in Parts of Europe; French Students Reflect on Losing Loved Ones to COVID; Manchester United Fans Storm Pitch to Protest U.S. Owners. Aired 4:30- 5a ET
• Two of GOP's Most Prominent Lawmakers Under Fire in Own Party; Biden Hits Road to Sell $4 Trillion Agenda, Facing Test in Congress; More than 245 Million Vaccine Doses Administered in U.S.. Aired 10- 10:30a ET
• A Bipartisan Group Of Lawmakers In Washington Wait For The Compromise Agreement On Police Reform; India Desperate For Help Since The Massive Surge And Lack Of Oxygen For Their High Cases Of COVID-19; The Captain Of The Capsized Boat Off Of The San Diego Coast Is Now In Custody; Two Prominent Lawmakers Under Fire For Speaking Against Former President Donald Trump. Aired 9:30-10a ET
• Interview with State Sen. Carol Alvarado (D-TX); Portions of the Trump Era Border Wall Construction Now Abandoned; Republican Senator Tim Scott says he and his Democratic colleagues are inching closer to a compromise on police reform. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• Happening Now, Funeral for Andrew Brown Jr. as Calls Continue for Release of Body Cam Footage; Rep. Liz Cheney (R-WY) Says, Anyone Who Claims 2020 Election was Stolen is Poisoning our Democratic System; Biden Pitches Ambitious Infrastructure, Family Plans. Aired 1- 1:30p ET
• India's COVID Crisis; Interview With Fmr. Rep. Denver Riggleman (R-VA); Republican Civil War?; Funeral Held For Andrew Brown Jr. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• Two GOP Lawmakers Under Fire; Biden Hits Road to Sell Agenda; Moderna Begins Children Trials. Aired 9:00-9:30a ET
• Vaccine Progress; Republican Civil War?. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• 3 Dead, 20+ Others Hurt After Suspected Smuggling Boat Capsizes; 4 Families Separated Under Trump to Be Reunited This Week; Trump-Era Border Wall Construction Sites Turn into Ghost Towns; U.S. moves forward towards September 11th deadline for Afghanistan withdrawal; Why Partisan Attacks on Biden Are Not Sticking. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• Giuliani Legal Adviser Hopes Trump Will Join Court Fight; FL Governor Signs Bill Limiting Executive & Local Emergency Powers, Bans COVID-19 Vaccine Passports; House Majority Whip Scalise Says He Has Not Been Vaccinated; Biden Hits The Road To Sell His $4 Trillion Plan To Rebuild The Economy; Air Travel Hits New Pandemic Record; Gas Prices Near $3 A Gallon As Americans Plan Vacations. Aired 2:30-3p ET
• Biden Pitches Ambitious Infrastructure & Family Plans; Nearly a Third of U.S. Fully Vaccinated as Pace of Vaccinations Drops; Gas Prices Rise Amid U.S. Travel Surge; India Deals with Oxygen Shortage Amid COVID Crisis; DHS May Partner with Private Firms for Domestic Terror Surveillance; 4 Migrant Families Separated at Border to be Reunited Tomorrow. Aired 1:30-2p ET


May 02, 2021
• India's COVID-19 Crisis; Thousands Rally in Support of Brazilian President; China's Vaccine Rollout Facing Challenges; Taliban Claim Responsibility for Deadly Blast; Sarajevo COVID-19 Crisis Harks Back to Bosnian War; Crossing the World's Longest Pedestrian Bridge; SpaceX Astronauts Return. Aired 12-1a ET
• COVID-19 Cases Decline in U.S.; India's COVID-19 Crisis; TSA Extends Mask Requirement; Oscar Winner Olympia Dukakis Dies at 89; Biden Selling $4 Trillion Economic Agenda; Thousands Rally in Support of Brazilian President; Deadly Protests in Colombia; Medina Spirit Wins Kentucky Derby; SpaceX Astronauts Return. Aired 1-2a ET
• India's COVID-19 Crisis; Fractured Republican Party; Biden Selling $4 Trillion Economic Agenda; Nearly Half of Republicans Won't Get Vaccine; SpaceX Astronauts Return. Aired 2-3a ET
• SpaceX Astronauts Return; India's COVID-19 Crisis; Shooting at Wisconsin Casino; Biden Selling $4 Trillion Economic Agenda; China's Vaccine Rollout Facing Challenges; Airlines Adjust as Travel Increases; Medina Spirit Wins Kentucky Derby. Aired 3-4a ET
• SpaceX Astronauts Return; India's COVID-19 Crisis; Israel Mourns Stampede Victims; U.S. To Focus On Vaccinating Teens; Nearly Half Of Republicans Won't Get Vaccine; China's Vaccine Rollout Facing Challenges; Many Americans Still Uneasy About In-Person Contact; Medina Spirit Wins Kentucky Derby. Aired 4-5a ET
• India's COVID-19 Crisis; Biden Selling $4 Trillion Economic Agenda; Israel Mourns Stampede Victims; Fractured Republican Party; Uruguay's Health System Pushed To The Limit; Sarajevo COVID-19 Crisis Harks Back To Bosnian War; SpaceX Astronauts Return. Aired 5-6a ET
• Public Viewing For Andrew Brown Jr. Begins; COVID Catastrophe; India Reports 11 Consecutive Days Of 300,000 New Infections: CDC Has Been "Too Cautious" On Guidelines?; Sen. Mitt Romney Booed While Speaking At Utah GOP Convention; Biden Hits The Road To Sell His Massive Economic Rescue Plan. Aired 2-3p ET
• Prominent Republican Leaders Gets Target By Republican Party Base; Trump Capitalizes on Arizona Ballot Audit; Boat Accident Off San Diego Coast; Many Americans Believe Biden Did Not Win The Election?; Accelerating Recovery Of American Economy; United Shades Of America Looks At Police Reform; SpaceX Crew Returns To Earth. Aired 5-6p ET
• Public Viewing For Andrew Brown Jr. Begins; Interview With Sen. Bob Casey (D-PA); GOP And Right-Wing Media Spread Lies For Political Warfare. Aired 3-4p ET
• Romney Booed While Speaking At Utah GOP Convention; Rudy Giuliani Rails On Investigators After Raid Of Office And Apartment; More Than 243 Million COVID Vaccine Doses Administered In The U.S.; Coronavirus Pandemic Vaccinations; Andrew Brown Jr. Rally; CNN Heroes. Aired 4-5p ET
• Three Dead, At Least 20 Hospitalized After Boat Capsizes Off San Diego; Republican Party Infighting Reaches Fever Pitch; Private And Public Viewings For Andrew Brown Jr. Held Today; Questions On COVID Vaccine Side Effects And Efficacy Answered; Osama bin Laden Hunted Down, Killed 10 Years Ago. Aired 6-7p ET
• Three Dead, At Least 20 Hospitalized After Boat Capsizes Off San Diego; Memorial Services Held For Andrew Brown Jr.; Republican Party Infighting Reaches Fever Pitch; Defining President Biden's First 100 Days In Office; Biden Administration Touts COVID Achievements, Vaccine Rollout; Biden Hits The Road To Sell His Massive Economic Plan; United Shades Of America Premieres Tonight 10 P.M. Eastern Time. Aired 7-8p ET
• Trump Wing of GOP Has Establishment on Its Heels; Boat Capsizes Off San Diego Killing 3, Injuring More than 20 People; Arizona GOP Conducts Partisan Audit of 2020 Election; Questions on Effects of COVID Vaccine Effects on Fertility; Soccer Match Postponed After Hundreds Storm Field in Protest; The Story of Late Night. Aired 8-9p ET


May 01, 2021
• Desperate COVID-19 Victims in India Turn to Makeshift Oxygen Tents; South America Battling Record-Breaking Virus Wave; Crush at Religious Festival at Israel's Mt. Meron Kills 45. Aired 12-12:15a ET
• Desperate COVID-19 Victims in India Turn to Makeshift Oxygen Tents; South America Battling Record-Breaking Virus Wave; Crush at Religious Festival at Israel's Mt. Meron Kills 45; Thierry Henry's Social Media Boycott Gains Traction; Employees Who Risked Lives during Pandemic Lose Jobs. Aired 2-2:45a ET
• Desperate COVID-19 Victims in India Turn to Makeshift Oxygen Tents; South America Battling Record-Breaking Virus Wave; Crush at Religious Festival at Israel's Mt. Meron Kills 45; Car Bomb Kills at Least 21 in Afghanistan; Thousands Attend Experimental Rave to Test U.K. COVID-19 Rules. Aired 3-3:30a ET
• Disneyland in California Reopening as COVID-19 Vaccination Continues to Increase in U.S.; Kentucky Derby to Take Place at Churchill Downs with Limited Capacity Due to COVID-19 Restrictions; Former Education Secretary Arne Duncan Interviewed on President Biden's Proposals for Increased Spending on Education; Raids by Federal Agents of Rudy Giuliani's Apartment and Office Possibly Raising Fears among Former President Trump's Inner Circle; Florida Law on Voting Reforms Draws Criticism of Restricting Voting Access. Aired 10-11a ET
• Countries Ban Travel from India; Crush at Religious Festival at Israel's Mt. Meron Kills 45; Giuliani Says Prosecutors Hate Him, Hate Trump; Biden in Philadelphia to Sell Economic Plan; Desperate COVID-19 Victims in India Turn to Makeshift Oxygen Tents; Car Bomb Kills at Least 21 in Afghanistan; Thousands Attend Experimental Rave to Test U.K. COVID-19 Rules; World's Longest Pedestrian Bridge Opens in Portugal. Aired 4-5a ET
• Countries Ban Travel From India; Deadly Stampede At A Religious Festival In Northern Israel; Giuliani Says Prosecutors Hate Him, Hate Trump; Biden In Philadelphia To Sell Economic Plan; South America Battling Record-Breaking Virus Wave; Thousands Attend Experimental Rave To Test U.K. COVID-19 Rules; Car Bomb Kills At Least 21 In Afghanistan; Employees Who Risked Lives During Pandemic Lose Jobs. Aired 5-6a ET
• Two Possible Invisible Energy Attacks On U.S. Soil?; Dem Strategist: Wokeness Is A Problem & We All Know It; Loveland, Co Officers Involved In Violent Arrest Of 73-Year-Old Woman With Dementia Resign; Thousands Attend Government-Sanctioned Rave Experiment; CDC: More Than 100 Million Fully Vaccinated Against Coronavirus; Eighteen Dead After Fire Rips Through COVID-19 Hospital Ward; India Records 400,000 New Cases In Single Day As Crisis Grows; Trump Allies Worry Giuliani Raid Sent "Strong Message". Aired 12-1p ET
• Numbers From CDC Indicate More Than 100 Million Americans Now Fully Vaccinated Against COVID-19; Kentucky Derby To Take Place At Churchill Downs With Limited Capacity Due To COVID-19 Restrictions; Delta Air Lines Now Selling Middle Seats In Planes For First Time Since Start Of Coronavirus Pandemic; India Experiencing Oxygen Shortages As Coronavirus Cases Spike; Reporting Indicates Letter From Associate Of Representative Matt Gaetz Confesses Congressman Paid For Sex With Underage Girl. Aired 2-3p ET
• Signs Of Normalcy Return As Millions Get Vaccinated; Around 50,000 Fans Returning To Churchill Downs For Kentucky Derby; India Grapples With Oxygen Shortage As Cases Soar To Record Levels; Trump Allies Worry Giuliani Raid Sent "Strong Message"; Five Americans Among 45 Killed At Israel Festival; Biden's Massive American Rescue Plan Facing Battle In Congress. Aired 11a-12p ET
• Around 50,000 Fans Returning To Churchill Downs For Kentucky Derby; India Shatters Global One-Day Case Record With 400,000 Infections; China's Vaccine Rollout Faces Challenges As Pandemic Rages On; In Biden's First 100 Days, The U.S. Reaches 20 Million Goal But More Work Ahead; Critics Gather Enough Signatures To Force Recall Election Of CA Governor. Aired 1-2p ET
• CDC: More Than 100 Million Fully Vaccinated Against Coronavirus; Trump Allies Worry Giuliani Raid Sent "Strong Message" To Ex-President's Inner Circle; Daily Beast: Associate's Letter Says Rep. Gaetz Paid For Sex With Minor; Interview With Rep. Nikema Williams (D- GA); Hospitals And Crematoriums Overflow As India's COVID Outbreak Worsens; Around 50,000 Fans Return To Churchill Downs For Kentucky Derby. Aired 3-4p ET
• Sen. Mitt Romney Booed While Speaking At Utah GOP Convention; Trump Allies Concerned About What Feds Will Do Next; CDC: More Than 100 Million Americans Now Fully Vaccinated; Interview With Rep. Ro Khanna (D-CA); SpaceX Capsule Now Undocking From International Space Station; Utah GOP Vote To Censure Senator Romney Fails; Global Aid Pours In As India Breaks COVID Record. Aired 8-9p ET
• Giuliani Denies Wrongdoing After Feds Raid Home & Office; Delta Lifts Capacity Limits, Resumes Selling Middle Seats; Pence Remains Loyal Even As Trump Criticizes Him; How Fox News Framed Biden's Speech To Congress; Oscar-Winning Actress Olympia Dukakis Dies At Age 89; U.S. Investigating Possible Directed Energy Attack Near White House; Conspiracy Theorists "All In" On GOP Ballot Audit In Arizona. Aired 4- 5p ET
• NYT: Firing Of U.S. Ambassador To Ukraine Becomes Central Focus Of Federal Investigation Into Giuliani; Daily Beast: Associate's Letter Says Gaetz Paid For Sex With Minor; Chris Christie Says He'd Give Trump An "A" Grade; 50,000 Fans Return To Churchill Downs For Kentucky Derby; Poll: Vaccine Hesitancy Common Among Republicans; Videos Of Police Shootings Become Source Of Training. Aired 5-6p ET
• Countries Rush Aid To Ease India's COVID Emergency; Churchill Downs Open To Limited Capacity For Kentucky Derby; Colorado Sees Most New Cases Since Late January; CDC: 100 Million Americans Are Fully Vaccinated; CNN Poll: Almost Half Of Republicans Will Not Be Vaccinated; Interview With Sen. Roger Marshall (R-KS); Sen. Mitt Romney Booed While Speaking At Utah GOP Convention; Airlines Adjust As Vaccinations & Travel Demands Take Off. Aired 6-7p ET
• Airlines Adjust As Vaccinations & Travel Demands Take Off; Death Toll Climbs In Brazil As Some Nations Test Reopening; Biden, Harris Hitting Road To Rally For Sweeping Agenda; Daily Beast: Associate's Letter Says Gaetz Paid For Sex With Minor; GOP Leads Ballot Audit In Arizona; The Most Famous Horse Race Of The Year. Aired 7-8 ET


April 30, 2021
• Dozens Killed in Stampede at Religious Event in Northern Israel; India Breaks Record, Reporting 386,000 New Cases in Past 24 Hours; Michael Holmes Interviews Dr. Alok Kulkarni; Myanmar Poverty Report; 386,000+ New Cases In Past 24 Hours Break Record; Air India To Add New Pre-Pandemic Direct Flights To U.S.; India's Neighbors Worry About Crisis Unfolding Next Door. Aired 2-3a ET
• Religious Gathering Ended in Tragedy; India's Crematoriums Overwhelmed with Corpse; India's Local Leaders Care About Career Than People's Lives; Nepal's COVID Cases Rising; Insurgents Fought with Myanmar's Military; U.N. Warns of Myanmar's Alarming Situation; Alexei Navalny Not Backing Down; Dozens Killed In Stampede At Religious Event In Israel; South America Fighting Its Deadliest Virus Wave Yet; Brazil Receives First Batch Of Pfizer-BioNTech Doses; Pakistan Imposes New COVID Restrictions For Eid Holiday; U.S. Withdrawal From Afghanistan Begins; Havana Syndrome Attack Near White House; SpaceX Crew Begins Journey Back To Earth. Aired 3-4a ET
• Dozens Killed in Stampede at Religious Event in Israel; Thousands Queue for Hours for Oxygen, Hospital Beds; Report: 48% of Myanmar May Live in Poverty by Year's End; Air India to Add Near Pre- Pandemic Direct Flights to U.S.; Nepal's Outbreak Comes Amid Peak Everest Tourism Season; Pakistan Imposes New COVID Restrictions for Eid Holiday; U.K. Study: Being Overweight Tied to Increased Risk of Severe COVID-19; 200 Million Expected to Travel in China for Holiday; Navalny Refers to Putin as 'Naked King'. Aired 12-1a ET
• Myanmar's Development Gains Being Erased; Dozens Killed in Stampede at Religious Event in Israel; Crematoriums Burning Bodies Around the Clock; Concerns about Nepal's Ability to Handle Large COVID Outbreak; Imagining a World with Flying Cars; Dozens Killed in Stampeded at Religious Event in Israel; 386,000+ New Cases in Past 24 Hours Break Record; New Clashes Between Myanmar Military and Armed Ethnic Groups. Aired 1-2a ET
• Dozens Killed in Stampede at Religious Even in Israel; Crematoriums Burning Bodies Around the Clock in New Delhi; Giuliani Denies Wrongdoing After Federal Agents Raid His Home; Biden Marks 100 Days in Office, Touts His Economic Plan; Andrew Brown Jr.'s Family Disputes Claim that Care Moved Toward Officers; U.S. Probing Source of Mysterious Energy Attacks. Aired 4-4:30a ET
• Dozens Killed in Stampede at Religious Even in Israel; U.S. States, Local Government Lifting COVID Restrictions; South America Fighting Its Deadliest Virus Wave Yet; White House: U.S. Troops Withdrawal from Afghanistan has Begun; Arizona Republicans Holding Bizarre Election Recount. Aired 4:30-5a ET
• Daily Beast Reports, Gaetz Associate Wrote in Letter that GOP Congressman Paid for Sex with Minor Who was 17 Years Old; FBI Warned Giuliani He was Target of Russian Campaign; Biden Facing Big Hurdles as He Pushes Price Economics Plans. Aired 10-10:30a ET
• U.S. Troop Withdrawal from Afghanistan now Underway; Delta to Resume Booking Middle Seats on All Flights Tomorrow; Dozens Dead after Crush at Religious Event in Israel. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• Matt Gaetz Associate Claims in a Letter the Congressman Paid for Sex; Rudy Giuliani Denies Wrongdoing After FBI Raids Home and Office; Biden Leaves White House to Pitch Big Plans Directly to Americans; Pence Navigates Relationship with Trump As He Weighs 2024 Bid. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• 100 Million U.S. Adults Now Fully Vaccinated; Biden Administration to Restrict Travel From India; Rudy Giuliani Speaks Out. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• FDA Skips Approval for Teens; India's Ninth Consecutive Day of Record Virus Cases; Florida Passes Voting Bill; Rep. Anthony Brown (D- MD) is Interviewed about Voting; Pushback on Vaccines. Aired 9:30-10a ET.
• Interview With Rep. Sheila Jackson Lee (D-TX); Biden Administration to Restrict Travel From India; Biden Celebrates Amtrak's 50th Anniversary. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• Daily Beast: Gaetz Associate Wrote in Letter That Congressman Paid for Sex with Minor; Giuliani Says "No Justification" For FBI Raid on His Office; WAPO: FBI Warned Giuliani Directly of Russian Influence Campaign; Biden: Schools "Should Probably All Be Open" This Fall; India Struggles with Devastating Surge in COVID Cases; FL Joins Growing List of GOP-Led States Restricting Voting Despite No Evidence of Widespread Fraud; Weekly Average of COVID-19 Deaths Hits Lowest Point Since October; U.S. Hits Milestone Today: 100 Million People Fully Vaccinated; India's Hospitals and Crematoriums Overwhelmed as Country Deals with Second Wave of COVID-19; Soon: Biden to Pitch Infrastructure Plan in Philly. Aired 1-1:30p ET
• Interview with Education Secretary Miguel Cardona; Florida Passes GOP-Backed Bill Restricting Voting; Restaurants Struggle to Find New Hires as Demand Increases; "United Shades of America" Premieres Sunday at 10 P.M. Eastern. Aired 1:30-2p ET
• Interview with Rep. Sheila Jackson Lee (D-TX), Racism in America; Trump-Pence Relationship Not What It Was; CNN Analysis Says 80 Percent Drop in Average Daily Deaths Since January Peak; Chicago After-School Center Becomes Lifeline for Remote Students; "Story of Late Night" Premiers Sunday on CNN. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• Soon, Biden to Pitch $2.5 Trillion Infrastructure Plan At Philly Amtrak Station; Coronavirus Travel Updates from Around the Country; 50K Fans Returning to Churchill Downs for Kentucky Derby; Florida Legislature Passes Restrictive Voting Bill; Arizona Republicans Push 2020 Recount with Trump's Support; Biden Speaks at Amtrak Station, Pitching 2 Economic Plans on Infrastructure and For Middle-Class Families. Aired 2:30-3p ET


April 29, 2021
• Did Not Air 12-1a ET
• President Biden Present His Ambitious Plan for Americans; Brown Family Demands Full Transparency. Giuliani Raided by Federal Agents; Countries Send Their Help to India; Indian Government Failed its People; President Biden, U.S. Must Invest To Compete In 21st Century; Russian Interference In United States Affairs Will Have Consequences; Russian Court To Hear Navalny Appeal In Slander Case; Africa's Need Of Vaccine; India's COVID-19 Crisis Affecting Africa's Vaccine Supply; African Nations Facing Huge Vaccine Distribution Challenges. Aired 3- 4a ET
• Biden Outlines Sweeping, Ambitious Economic Plan; Judge Rules Family Can View Bodycam Video, Public Must Wait; Federal Agents Raid Trump Lawyer Giuliani's Home and Office; India Reports Another Day of Record COVID Deaths and Cases; Fauci: Guidelines Will Be More Liberal as Cases Fall. Aired 4-4:30a ET
• President Biden Proposes Sweeping, Ambitious Plan for America; Federal Agents Raid Trump Lawyer Giuliani's Home and Office; India's Alarming COVID-19 Surge; Brazilian President Criticizes COVID-19 Inquiry; U.S. States Roll Back COVID-19 Restrictions; Guns in America. Aired 2-2:45a ET
• Biden Reflects on First 100 Days in Office; Biden Outlines Sweeping, Ambitious Economic Plan; Biden: Biden's Speech Aims to Reassert U.S. As Global Leaser; Navalny Appears in Court by Video Link; Hospitals Across South and Central America Struggling; India's Covid Surge Spills into Neighboring Countries. Aired 4:30-5a ET
• Pakistan Weighs Tougher Lockdowns Amid COVID Surge; India's COVID Surge Spills into Neighboring Countries; Cases, Hospitalizations Climb in Central and South America; Colombians protest Tax Plan and Government's COVID Response; Green Burials in the U.K.; New Air Filters Aim to Clean Up Public Transportation; Olympic Organizers Push Ahead amid Fourth COVID Wave; India's Soaring COVID-19 Death Toll; Countries Send Urgent Aid to India; Biden Calls Out China. Aired 1-2a ET
• Biden Lays out Ambitious Economic Agenda to Lift Forgotten Americans; FBI Raids Giuliani's Home and Office, Escalating Criminal Probe; CNN on Streets of India During Apocalyptic Explosion of COVID Cases. Aired 10-10:30a ET
• Andrew Brown Jr.'s Family, D.A. Offer Different Accounts of His Car's Movement During the Fatal Police Shooting; Navalny Appears in Court for First Time since Ending Hunger Strike; Biden Pushing for Paid Family Leave as Part of $1.8 Trillion Bill. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• FBI Raids Giuliani's Home and Office, Seizing Computers and Cellphones; India Sees World's Highest Daily COVID Cases Amid Oxygen Shortage; Biden Marks 100th Day of His Presidency with Ambitious Economic Agenda. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• COVID Declines across U.S.; India Cremating More than 600 a Day; Economy Soars in First Quarter; Possible Energy Attacks in U.S. Aired 9:30-10a ET.
• President Biden in Georgia; Interview With Michael Cohen. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• Biden Hits the Road to Sell Ambitious Economic Agenda; Trump on FBI Raid of Giuliani, It's Like so Unfair; Federal Prosecutors Indict Three Men in Death of Ahmaud Arbery. Aired 1-1:30p ET
• Federal Prosecutors Indict 3 Men in Death of Ahmaud Arbery; CNN on Streets of India During "Apocalyptic" Explosion of COVID Cases; Gov. Spencer Cox (R-UT) Discusses Police Reform, Biden's Big, Bold Economic and Infrastructure Plan; "Story of Late Night" Premieres Sunday at 9 P.M. Eastern. Aired 1:30-2p ET
• Police Reform Efforts; New Federal Charges in Ahmaud Arbery Case; President Biden Visits Georgia. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• Moderna Boosts Vaccine Production, Aims for One Billion Doses This Year; Children as Young as Six Months in Stanford Vaccine Trial; Police Troubled by Video of Man Who Died in Custody; White House Weighs in on Unexplained Health Incidents; Biden at 100 Days Sees Strongest Stock Market Since JFK in 1961. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• Former Trump Attorney, Michael Cohen, Discusses Raid on Giuliani's NY Apartment, Trump's Reaction, What It Means for Trump; India Suffers Worst Day of Pandemic with Record Cases and Deaths; 3 Deputies in Fatal Shooting of Andrew Brown Jr Remain on Administrative Leave. Aired 2:30-3p ET


April 28, 2021
• Medical Supplies Reaching India, COVID-19 Deaths Near 200,000; Brazilian Health Regulator Blocks Russian Vaccine; White House Working out Details of Biden-Putin Summit; U.K. Prime Minister Boris Johnson Faces Scrutiny for Conduct; Experts: Infections in India Could Be 30 Times Higher; Turkey Denies Sexism Played Role in 'Sofagate' Snafu. Aired 12-12:45a ET
• Medical Supplies Reaching India, COVID-19 Deaths Near 200,000; Brazilian Health Regulator Blocks Russian Vaccine; U.S.-Saudi Ties; Iranian President Orders Probe into Leaked Audio; U.K. Prime Minister Boris Johnson Faces Scrutiny for Conduct, Troubling New Surge of COVID-19 Hits Nepal; Pakistan Working to Slow Rise in New Infections; Turmoil in Chad. Aired 2-2:45a ET
• India's Healthcare System Gasping its Breath; Narendra Modi's Leadership Under Critic's Lens; Borders with India Seeing Surge in COVID Cases; Brazil Rejects Russia's Vaccine; AstraZeneca Facing E.U. Commission in Court; South Africa's President to Testify in Court; Troubling New Surge Of COVID Infections Hits Nepal; Blinken, Timing Of Possible Biden-Putin Summit Being Discussed; United States-Saudi Arabia Ties; Blinken On America's Longest War; Uproar Over Iran Foreign Minister's Leaked Audio; John Kerry Denies Telling Iran Of Israeli Strikes; Iranian Boats Harassing U.S. Ships In Persian Gulf; British Prime Minister Engulfed In Scandals; Queen Elizabeth Returns To Work; Toxic Waste Discovered Under The Ocean. Aired 3-4a ET
• India tops 200,000 COVID Deaths, Actual Toll Likely Higher; U.K. PM Boris Johnson Facing Growing Scrutiny over Conduct; Creating Energy Under Your Feet; Political Upheaval Raises Regional Security Concerns; E.U. Chief Left Standing; India's Officially Tops 200,000 COVID Deaths; Possible Biden-Putin Summit; Saudi Arabia in Talks to Sell 1 Percent of Aramco. Aired 1-2a ET
• Biden to Address Joint Session Congress; CDC Give New Mask Guidance for Fully Vaccinated Americans; Medical Supplies Reaching India as COVID Deaths Top 200,000; New Video Shows Moments Surrounding Police Shooting of Andrew Brown; Officers Recall How They Fought for Their Lives. Aired 4-4:30a ET
• First Hearing Begins in EU Case Against AstraZeneca; Miami Private School Discourages Teachers from Getting Vaccine; Blinken: We Need to Keep Working with Saudi Arabia; Videos of Police Shooting Become Source of Training; U.K. Prime Minister Boris Johnson Facing Growing Scrutiny Over Conduct. Aired 4:30-5a ET
• Hearing Underway Over Release of Body Cam Video in Fatal Police Shooting of Andrew Brown Jr.; Health Experts Battle Misinformation at Key Moment in Pandemic; Biden to Address Joint Session of Congress Tonight. Aired 10-10:30a ET
• Hearing Underway over Release of Body Cam Video in Fatal Police Shooting of Andrew Brown Jr.; India Breaks Global One-Day Record for Seventh Day in a Row; Juror in Chauvin Trial Says, Every Day Felt Like a Funeral. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• Rep. Katherine Clark (D-MA) is Interviewed about the Biden Bill; Juror in Chauvin Trial Speaks Out; Warning before Capitol Riot; Pennsylvania Voters Evaluate Biden. Aired 9:30-10a ET
• Federal Investigators Raid Giuliani's New York Apartment; Biden's First Joint Address to Congress Caps off First 100 Days. Aired 1-1:30p ET
• Federal Authorities Raid Rudy Giuliani's Apartment. Aired 2- 2:30p ET
• Biden to Address Joint Session of Congress Tonight; New Video Shows Moments Before Andrew Brown Jr. Shooting; Daily Vaccinations Level Off As White House Battles Hesitancy. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• No Public Release of North Carolina Police Bodycam Video; President Biden Set to Address Joint Session of Congress; Federal Authorities Raid Rudy Giuliani's Apartment. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• Judge Denies Public Release of Bodycam Video of Andrew Brown Jr Shooting; Pfizer: Pill to Treat COVID Could be Available by End of Year; 1st Juror in Chauvin Trial Speaks Out; Still Bitter: Inside Trump's First Months Out of Office; Outside Group Warned Capitol, Security Officials Before Riot; Capitol Police Officer Beaten in January 6th Attack Calls Out "Whitewash". Aired 1:30-2p ET
• Interview with Rep. Pramila Jayapal (D-WA); FBI Agents Execute Search Warrant at Home of Giuliani Ally; Pres. Biden Delivers Speech to Joint Session of Congress Tonight. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• Judge Denies Public Release of Bodycam Video of Andrew Brown Jr Shooting; Federal Investigators Raid Giuliani's New York Apartment; Soon, Biden's 1st Address to Joint Session of Congress; Manchin "Very Uncomfortable" with Biden's Trillion Dollar Plans. Aired 2:30-3p ET


April 27, 2021
• India Overwhelmed amid COVID-19 Surge; U.S. President Joe Biden Calls for COVID-19 Vaccine Patent Waivers in July; Human Rights Watch Says Israeli Treatment of Palestinians is Apartheid; Armenians in Jerusalem Praise Biden's Recognition; Kidnappers Kill Five Students Abducted from Nigerian University. Aired 12-12:45a ET
• India's Healthcare System Drowning; Complacency Pays a Price; E.U. Sues AstraZeneca of Breach of Contract; Human Rights Watch Release Report on Israel's Abuses; Moscow Cutting Off Alexei Navalny's Power; India Reports Dip In New Cases For First Time In A Week; Tech Companies Sending Supplies, Resources To India; Turkey Announces Strictest Lockdown Yet; Brazil Warns Second Vaccine Doses May Be Late; Latin America Facing Vaccine Shortages; Standing Up To Myanmar's Military; Nigeria Kidnappings, Mass Abduction For Ransom On The Rise In Northern Nigeria; Tokyo Games Olympic Readiness; Ukraine Remembering Chernobyl Accident. Aired 3-4a ET
• India Overwhelmed amid COVID-19 Surge; Latin America Facing Shortage of Vaccines; Myanmar Military Accused of Beatings, Torture; Mass Abductions on the Rise in Northern Nigeria; Turkey Announces Strictest Lockdown Yet; Iranian Foreign Minister Criticizing Elite Forces in Leaked Audio. Aired 2-2:45a ET
• India Reports Dip in New Cases for First Time in a Week; Indian-Born Microsoft, Google CEOs Pledge to Aid India; Latin America Facing Shortage of COVID Vaccines; Russia Suspends Political Movement of Kremlin Critic Navalny; U.K. Start up Makes Virtual Train Station to Study Behavior; Testing Tokyo's Olympic Readiness; India's S.O.S. to the World; Myanmar Military Accused of Beatings, Torture in Crackdown; New Report Slams Israeli Treatment of Palestinians. Aired 1-2a ET
• Calls Growing for Release of Bodycam Video in Police Shooting Death of Andrew Brown, Jr.; U.S. Update Mask Guidance for Fully Vaccinated People; Countries Deploying Vaccines and Equipment to India; EU Sues AstraZeneca, Claiming Vaccine Contract Breach; Census Changes Number of House Seats for 13 States; Police Reform Legislation Faces Uncertain Future in Senate. Aired 4-4:30a ET
• New Guidelines Coming for Fully Vaccinated Americans; Turkey Announces Strictest Lockdown Yet; Myanmar's Military Accused of Beatings, Torture in Crackdown; Report: Israeli Treatment of Palestinians is Apartheid; Russia Suspends Political Movement of Kremlin Critic Navalny; Far-Right Conspiracies Cause for Republican Concern. Aired 4:30-5a ET
• Family of Andrew Brown Jr. Demands Release of Police Body Cam Video; Today, Biden Unveils New Guidance on Wearing Masks Outdoors; Riot Suspect Seen in Viral Photo at Pelosi's Desk Scheduled to Appear in Court Today. Aired 10-10:30a ET
• CNN Reports, White House Hammering Out Details of Likely Biden- Putin Summit; India Battling Devastating COVID Wave, Thousands Dying Every Day; 2020 Census Leads to Shift in U.S. House Seats. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• President Biden to Announce New Guidelines on Mask Wearing; Trump Advisers Urge Him to Make Vaccine PSA; Calls Grow Louder for Officials to Release Body-Cam Video of Fatal Police Shooting of Black Man in North Carolina; Biden Prepares for First Address to Joint Session of Congress Tomorrow. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• CDC Unveils New Outdoor Mask Guidance for Fully Vaccinated Americans; Family Attorney Says, Autopsy Shows Andrew Brown Jr. Shot in Back of Head; Biden to Deliver First Address to Joint Session of Congress Tomorrow. Aired 1-1:30p ET
• Family of Andrew Brown Jr. Releases Autopsy Report; President Biden Lays Out New Guidelines For Vaccinated. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• Sen. Ben Cardin is Interviewed about Infrastructure and Policing; DOJ Investigating Louisville Police; Cheney Not Ruling out Presidential Bid. Aired 9:30-10a ET
• Biden Administration Targets Human Traffickers; Republican Infighting; India's COVID Crisis; President Biden Lays Out New Guidelines For Vaccinated. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• FBI Opens Civil Rights Investigation into Andrew Brown Shooting; D.C. Bar Owner Pushes Proof of Vaccination as Way to Fully Reopen; U.S. Navy Fires Warning Shots at Iranian Ships in Persian Gulf. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• New CDC Guidance: Fully Vaccinated People Can Go Maskless Outdoors, Attend Small Outdoor Gatherings with Unvaccinated People; Soon, Biden Set to Announce new CDC Guidance on Masks for Vaccinated Americans; Two Suspects in Capitol Attack Seek Release Prior to Trial; DOJ Says Chemical Spray Used During Capitol Attack, Not Bear Spray; DHS Launches Internal Investigation into Domestic Extremism Within Its Own Ranks; Race to Help India as Nation Fights Devastating COVID Surge; Florida Private School Bans Vaccinated Teachers from Student Contact; Biden Speaks on New CDC Guidelines for Vaccinated Americans. Aired 1:30-2p ET
• Biden to Give Address Before Joint Session of Congress Tomorrow; Pelosi Confident about Security Ahead of Biden's Address to Congress; FOX Host Tells Viewers to Confront People Wearing Masks Outdoors; Florida Private School Bans Vaccinated Teachers from Student Contact; DHS Launches Probe to Root Out Violent Extremism Within Ranks. Aired 2:30-3p ET


April 26, 2021
• E.U. to Let Fully-Vaccinated Americans Visit This Summer; White House Advisor: Vaccinations Are Key to More Freedom; Cases, Deaths Surge in India Amid Second COVID Wave; Japan Struggles with Surge 3 Months Ahead of Olympics; Pandemic-Era Academy Awards Show Makes History; Two Iraqi Officials Suspended after Deadly Hospital Fire; Junta Leader Attends Asean Summit on Ending Violence; Harris Says She Was Last in Room on Withdrawal Decision; Minnesota Attorney General Wasn't Sure They'd Win Case; Russian State Media: Putin and Biden May Meet in June; Biden's Approval Ratings Marked by Sharp Partisan Divides. Aired 12-1a ET
• Poll Shows High Rate of Burnout for Health Care Workers; Japan Struggles with Surge Three Months Ahead of Olympics; Virgin Hyperloop Reimagines High Speed Travel; Pandemic-Era Academy Awards Show Makes History; E.U. May Soon Welcome U.S. Tourists; COVID Aid for India; History at the Oscars; Russian State Media: Putin and Biden May Meet in June. Aired 1-2a ET
• Europe Welcome American Tourists; India's Healthcare System Desperate for Help; Eighty People Killed in Baghdad's Hospital Fire; Palestinians Celebrate Their Access to Jerusalem on Ramadan; President Biden's to Address Congress on his 100th Day in Office; Presidents Biden and Putin May Meet in Person this Summer; Brown Family Want Justice; Asian Women Won Oscars Award. Aired 3-4a ET
• European Union Expected to Welcome Vaccinated Americans this Summer; U.K. and U.S. Pledges Help to India to Fight the Pandemic; Japan Declares Third COVID Emergency Ahead of the Olympics; Asian Women Makes History and Wins Big at the Oscars; Fire at Baghdad Hospital Leaves 82 Dead; Palestinians Cheer Removal Of Barriers In Jerusalem; Footage Released After Unarmed Black Man Shot In Virginia; Poll Shows High Rate Of Burnout For Health Care Workers. Aired 2-3a ET
• NYT: EU to Let Fully Vaccinated Americans Visit this Summer; Cases, Deaths Surge in India Amid Second COVID Wave; Japan Struggles with Surge 3 Months Ahead of Olympics; Video Released After Unarmed Black Man Shot in Virginia; Minneapolis Pastor Reflects on His Connection to Floyd; Optimism Grows for New Reform, But Sticking Points Remain. Aired 4-4:30a ET
• Russian Prosecutor Looks to Label Navalny Group "Extremist"; Joe Biden to Address Joint Session of Congress This Week; Palestinians Cheer Removal of Barriers in Jerusalem; At least 82 People Killed in Baghdad Hospital Fire; Kamala Harris Says She was Last in Room on Withdrawal Decision; Chloe Zhao Makes History with Oscar Win for Best Director. Aired 4:30-5a ET
• Sources Say Biden will Announce New CDC Mask Guidance Tuesday; Biden Preparing to Address a Joint Session on Congress Wednesday Night; India Breaks Record for Single Day of COVID Cases, Five Days in a Row. Aired 10-10:30a ET
• India's Dire Need for Medical Supplies as Healthcare System is Overloaded; International Resources on the Way, But What About Vaccines?; Some Highlights and Lowlights of The Oscars This Year. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• Grading Republicans on Upholding Democracy; Biden Set to Announce New CDC Mask Guidance; North Carolina Family to See Bodycam Video of Police Shooting. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• Breaking News: CNN Has Just Obtained the Death Certificate of Andrew Brown Jr.; Family's Attorney Benjamin Crump Makes Announcement. Aired 1-1:30p ET
• Johnson & Johnson Vaccinations Resume Across the U.S. After Pause; Fully Vaccinated Americans Will Soon Be Able to Travel to Europe; Biden Preparing to Address a Joint Session of Congress Wednesday Night; Police Release Body-Cam Footage of Andrew Brown; Futures Mixed Ahead of Big Fed Meeting and Earnings Week. Aired 9- 9:30a ET
• North Carolina Family Sees Bodycam Video of Police Shooting. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• Family Waits for Shooting Video in North Carolina; Unarmed Man Shot 10 Times in Virginia; India Breaks COVID Record; U.S. Sends Help to India; Supreme Court Takes up Second Amendment Case. Aired 9:30-10a ET
• Family of Andrew Brown Speaks After Reviewing Shooting Video; Brown Family Attorneys Say They Only Saw 20 Seconds of Video; Biden Set to Announce New CDC Mask Guidance Tomorrow. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• A.G. to Announce Investigation into Louisville Police Department Practices; McCarthy, After Denouncing Trump, Defends Trump's Riot Response; A.G. Announces Investigation into Louisville Police Department Practices; Andrew Brown Jr Death Certificate: Died From Wound to the Head; Biden Offers India Help as Its Hospitals are Overwhelmed Amid New COVID Crisis. Aired 1:30-2p ET
• Anti-Trump Conservative Group Grades GOP Lawmakers; McCarthy, After Denouncing Trump, Defends Trump's Riot Response; Louisville Officials Hold Press Conference After A.G. Garland Announces Investigation Into Louisville Metro P.D. Aired 2:30-3p ET


April 25, 2021
• Switzerland Finds First Case Of "Double Mutant" Coronavirus Variant; India Breaks Global Daily Case Record Three Days Running; Armenians Cheer U.S. Designation Of 1915 Massacres A Genocide; U.S. Vaccinations Dip, Experts Fear Vaccine Hesitancy; Italy's Vaccine Program Under Fire As Deaths Continue; French Vineyards Hit By Worst Frost In 30 Years; Antarctic Ice Shelf Under Threat; Oscars Team Hoping To Beat Pandemic-Era Slump. Aired 12-1a ET
• U.S. Vaccinations Dip, Experts Fear Vaccine Hesitancy; India Hospitals Facing Severe Oxygen Shortage; Armenians Cheer U.S. Designation Of 1915 Massacres A Genocide; Jerusalem Waking Up After Night Of New Clashes; Dodger Stadium Opens "Fully Vaccinated" Fan Section; Family And Friends Celebrate Life Of DMX; Indonesia Navy Says Submarine Sunk; Oscars Team Hoping To Beat Pandemic-Era Slump; "Nomadland" Director Faces Heated Criticism In China. Aired 1-2a ET
• India Hospitals Facing Severe Oxygen Shortage; U.S. Vaccinations Dip, Experts Fear Vaccine Hesitancy; Armenians Cheer U.S. Designation Of 1915 Massacres A Genocide; Jerusalem Waking Up After Night Of New Clashes; Sheriff Promises Public Will See Fatal Shooting Video Of Andrew Brown Jr.; QAnon Movement Spreads To Japan; Indonesia Navy Says Submarine Sunk; Fears Of Hurricane Season And COVID-19 After St. Vincent Eruptions; Oscars Team Hoping To Beat Pandemic-Era Slump. Aired 2-3a ET
• Sheriff Promises Public Will See Fatal Shooting Video Of Andrew Brown Jr.; U.S. Vaccinations Dip, Experts Fear Vaccine Hesitancy; India Hospitals Facing Severe Oxygen Shortage; U.S. Justice Department To Probe Minneapolis Police Practices; Italy's Vaccine Program Under Fire As Deaths Continue; Armenians Cheer U.S. Designation Of 1915 Massacres A Genocide; Anti-Lockdown Protests In London; Family And Friends Celebrate Life Of DMX; Oscars Team Hoping To Beat Pandemic-Era Slump. Aired 3-4a ET
• U.S. Justice Department To Probe Minneapolis Police Practices; U.S. Vaccinations Dip, Experts Fear Vaccine Hesitancy; India Hospitals Facing Severe Oxygen Shortage; Sheriff Promises Public Will See Fatal Shooting Video Of Andrew Brown Jr.; Armenians Cheer U.S. Designation Of 1915 Massacres A Genocide; Jerusalem Waking Up After Night Of New Clashes; Justice Department Says Trump Supporters Could Be Incited To Violence; QAnon Movement Spreads To Japan; Family And Friends Celebrate Life Of DMX; "Nomadland" Director Faces Heated Criticism In China. Aired 4-5a ET
• Italy's Vaccine Program Under Fire As Deaths Continue; U.S. Vaccinations Dip, Experts Fear Vaccine Hesitancy; India Hospitals Facing Severe Oxygen Shortage; Sheriff Promises Public Will See Fatal Shooting Video Of Andrew Brown Jr.; U.S. Justice Department To Probe Minneapolis Police Practices; Armenians Cheer U.S. Designation Of 1915 Massacres A Genocide; Anti-Lockdown Protests In London; Australia Bearing Brunt Of Coercion From China; Oscars Team Hoping To Beat Pandemic-Era Slump. Aired 5-6a ET
• President Biden To Mark 100-Day Milestone This Week; Dana Bash Interview With VP Kamala Harris; Video And 911 Call Released In Shooting Of Unarmed Black Man In VA; Dr. Fauci: Risk Of Outdoor Coronavirus Transmission Is Quite Low; Derek Chauvin's Sentencing Date Set For June 16th; Bill Granting D.C. Statehood Passes The House; More Than 75 Colleges & Universities Requiring COVID Vaccinations. Aired 2- 3p ET
• Police Shot A Black Man While Calling 911; Rep. Ilhan Omar (D- MN) Is Interviewed About Policing In America, Racism And The Refugee Cap; CDC To Announce New Guidance Of Outdoor Mask Wearing; Arizona GOP To Audit 2020 Election Results; Big Tech Stocks Soaring. Aired 5-6p ET
• NC Sheriff Wants Video Released In Fatal Shooting Of Andrew Brown; Bipartisan Talks On Police Reform Pick Up Pace In Congress; India Breaks Global One-Day Case Record For Forth Day In A Row. Aired 3-4p ET
• Interview With Dr. Anthony Fauci On New COVID Models, Vaccine Supply; Unarmed Black Man Shot By Deputy While On The Phone With 911; NYPD Investigations; CNN Hero Glenn Close. Aired 4-5p ET
• NYT: E.U. Set To Let Vaccinated U.S. Tourists Visit This Summer; Video Of 911 Call Released After Unarmed Black Man Shot In Virginia; VP Harris Talks Afghanistan, Guns As 100th Day In Office Nears; Online Happiness Class Gains Huge Following During Pandemic; Oscars Team Hopes To Beat Pandemic-Era Slump For Awards Shows. Aired 6-7p ET
• European Union To Let Vaccinated U.S. Tourists Visit This Summer; Asian-American Man Assaulted In Suspected Hate Crime; Police Departments Face Renewed Federal Scrutiny; Kremlin Says Putin And Biden Eye Bilateral Meeting In June; At Least 82 Killed As Fire Overwhelms Baghdad Hospital; Glenn Close's Work To Fight Stigma Of Mental Illness. Aired 7-8p ET
• Chauvin Prosecutor Says He wasn't Convinced He's Win the Case; Protesters Call for Justice in the Wake of Police Killings; President Biden to Mark 100-Day Milestone This Week; Interview with Representative Jahana Hayes (D-CT) about Latest Shooting of an Unarmed Black Man; Japan Struggles to Vaccinate Ahead of Olympic Games; Interview with Governor Asa Hutchinson (R-AR) about Vetoing Gun Laws; Oscars 2021, Hollywood Celebrates Movies from the COVID Era. Aired 8- 9p ET


April 24, 2021
• Indonesia Narrows Search For Missing Submarine; Alexei Navalny Ends Hunger Strike; U.S. To Resume Use Of J&J Vaccine With Warning. Aired 12-12:15a ET
• Indonesia Narrows Search for Missing Submarine; Alexei Navalny Ends Hunger Strike; India Struggles with Devastating Second COVID-19 Wave; New Lockdown Restrictions in Germany; Biden to Declare 1915 Armenian Deaths a Genocide; Yemen's Civil War; Worldwide Climate Summit. Aired 2-2:45a ET
• U.S. to Resume Use of J&J Vaccine with Warning; E.U. Regulator Says AstraZeneca Vaccine Benefits Outweigh Risks; India Struggles with Devastating Second COVID-19 Wave; Indonesia Narrows Search for Missing Submarine; ASEAN Meets in Jakarta; Third Day of Protests in North Carolina after Fatal Shooting; Biden to Declare 1915 Armenian Deaths a Genocide; Worldwide Climate Summit. Aired 3-4a ET
• U.S. to Resume Use of J&J Vaccine with Warning; New Lockdown Restrictions in Germany; India Struggles with Devastating Second COVID-19 Wave; New Video in Ma'Khia Bryant Shooting; Policing in America; Biden to Declare 1915 Armenian Deaths a Genocide; Yemen's Civil War; Indonesia Narrows Search for Missing Submarine; Worldwide Climate Summit. Aired 4-5a ET
• Indonesia Navy Searches Recover Debris Believed to Be from Missing Submarine; U.S. to Resume Use of J&J Vaccine with Warning; India Struggles with Devastating Second COVID-19 Wave; New Video in Ma'Khia Bryant Shooting; Worldwide Climate Summit; ASEAN Meets in Jakarta; Fears of Hurricane Season and COVID-19 after St. Vincent Eruptions. Aired 5-6a ET
• Centers for Disease Control and Prevention Reauthorizes Johnson & Johnson Vaccine Distribution after Pause; Police Refuse to Release Body Camera Footage of Shooting of Black Man in North Carolina; Police Defend Shooting of 16-Year-Old Ma'Khia Bryant in Columbus, Ohio, as She Was Wielding Knife at Time of Shooting; President Biden Will Reportedly Recognize 1915 Massacre of Armenians by Ottoman Empire, Modern Day Turkey, as Genocide; Attorney Files Federal Lawsuit Challenging Florida's New Anti-Riot Law; San Francisco Giants Open Section in Stadium for Fully Vaccinated Fans to Sit Together; Man Reveals His Participation in January 6th Capitol Insurrection on Dating App. Aired 10-11a ET
• Deadly NC Police Shooting Sparks Outrage, Few Details Released; Minneapolis Awaits Chauvin Sentencing As DOJ Probes City's Policing; Biden Declares Ottoman Massacre Of Armenians A Genocide; CDC Study: Nearly 70 Percent Of People Who Had Mild COVID-19 Cases Had Lingering Health Problems; Emotional Fallout Of The Derek Chauvin Verdict; Biden Calls To Cut U.S. Carbon Emissions By Roughly 50 Percent By 2030; CNN Gains Access To Frontline Of Fierce Battle That Could Mark A Turning Point In Yemen War. Aired 12-1p ET
• Officials Hold Briefing On Fatal Police Shooting Of Andrew Brown Jr.; CDC And FDA Lift Pause On J&J Coronavirus Vaccine; New Video In Fatal Police Shooting Of Ma'Khia Bryant; Rescue Hopes End For Missing Indonesian Submarine. Aired 11a-12p ET
• Police Refuse To Release Body Camera Footage Of Shooting Of Black Man In North Carolina; CDC Reauthorizes Johnson & Johnson Vaccine Distribution After Pause; President Biden Recognizes 1915 Massacre Of Armenians By Ottoman Empire, Modern Day Turkey, As Genocide; Major League Baseball Stadiums Opening Sections For Fully Vaccinated Fans To Sit Together; Coronavirus Cases Surging In India As Crematoriums Overwhelmed. Aired 2-3p ET
• U.S. Adds Over Three Million Administered COVID-19 Doses To Total Tally; Seven Deputies On Administrative Leave After Death Of Andrew Brown Jr.; Feds Investigating Whether Rep. Gaetz Took Gifts Including Travel And Paid Escorts, In Exchange For Political Favors; Twenty Million People Facing Severe Storms Across Southeast; HUD I.G. Report: Trump Administration Delayed $20B Aid To Puerto Rico Following Hurricane Maria, Hampered Investigation Into Delay. Aired 1-2p ET
• Demands Grow For Body Cam Footage In Andrew Brown Jr. Shooting; Interview With Rep. Maxine Waters (D-CA); CDC And FDA Lift Recommended Pause On J&J's COVID Vaccine; Federal Prosecutors Examine Whether Gaetz Took Gifts, Including Travel And Paid Escorts, For Political Favors; Feds: Riot Suspect Turned In By Bumble Match After Bragging About Storming U.S. Capitol. Aired 3-4p ET
• Demands Grow For Body Cam Footage In Andrew Brown Jr. Shooting; Those Who Spread The "Big Lie" Are Now Denying Realities Of Racism; Tensions High Over U.S. Policing After Chauvin Verdict & Fatal Shootings; U.S. To Resume Use Of J&J Vaccine With Safety Warning; Average Number Of Daily Vaccinations Falls Below Three Million; California Sports Teams Debut Fully Vaccinated Fan Sections; Tesla's Autopilot Feature Raises Safety Concerns. Aired 4-5p ET
• NC Sheriff Will Ask Court To Make Shooting Video Public; Federal Prosecutors Examine If Rep. Gaetz Took Gifts, Including Travel And Paid Escorts For Political Favors; L.A. Dodgers Open Fully Vaccinated Fan Section; Anti-Mask, Anti-Vax Sentiments Persist In Michigan Amid COVID Surge; Interview With State Sen. Erika Geiss (D- MI); New SpaceX Crew Reaches International Space Station; Husband And Wife Astronauts Make Back-To-Back ISS Trips. Aired 6-7p ET
• People Demanding Release Of Body Camera Footage From Fatal Shooting Of Andrew Brown Jr.; Indonesian Submarine Declared Sunk, 53 Sailors Presumed Dead; Anti-Trump Republicans Takes On Texas; QAnon Conspiracy Theory Spreads To Japan; Joe Biden Makes History By Declaring Massacre Of Armenians Genocide; Judges, D.O.J. Say Trump's Post-Presidency Lies About 2020 Could Incite Followers To More Violence. Aired 7-8p ET
• North Carolina Sheriff Will Ask Court To Make Shooting Video Public; Interview With Rep. Madeleine Dean (D-PA); Los Angeles Dodgers Open "Fully-Vaccinated Fan Section"; What The U.S. Can Learn From Australia's Gun Reforms; CDC Recommends That Pregnant People Get A COVID-19 Vaccine; India Breaks Global Daily Case Record For Third Day In A Row. Aired 8-9p ET
• Demands Grow For Body Cam Footage In Andrew Brown Jr. Shooting; Source: Fulton County DA Has Grown Frustrated With Georgia Secretary Of State's Office Cooperation In Trump Probe; Interview With Georgia Secretary Of State Brad Raffensperger; Interview With Rep. James Clyburn (D-SC); Interview With Rep. Adam Schiff (D-CA); What To Expect From The Pandemic Oscars. Aired 5-6p ET


April 23, 2021
• Earth Day Summit Yields Global Pledges to Reduce Emissions; COVID Surge Devastates India's Healthcare System; Search Intensifies for Missing Indonesian Submarine; China Responds to CNN Report on Separated Uyghur Families. Aired 12-1a ET
• Japan, India Struggle to Contain COVID Surges; U.S. Spells Out Climate Goal; Navalny's Doctors Urge Him to Stop Hunger Strike; Search Intensifies for Missing Indonesian Submarine; China Responds to Report on Separated Uyghur Families; Bolsonaro Reiterates Goal to Stop Illegal Deforestation; Interview with Francesco La Camera; Innovations Take Flight in Exploration of Mars. Aired 1-2a ET
• World Call for Climate Change Actions; Navalny's Doctors Urge Him to Stop Hunger Strike; India Sets Global Record for Daily Cases Second Day in a Row; Europe Battles Potential Third COVID Wave; Argentina Faces Case Surge, Overwhelmed Hospitals; Search Intensifies for Missing Submarine; Search Intensifies For Missing Indonesian Submarine; SpaceX Crew Dragon Capsule Ready For Trip To Space Station; Movie Industry's Fight For Survival; Shooting Of Black Teen In Columbus, Ohio Renews Concerns Over Use Of Force. Aired 2-2:45aET
• China's Treatment Of Uyghurs Is Genocide, According To The U.K. Lawmakers; Lost Children Of Xinjiang; Navalny's Doctors Urge Him To Stop Hunger Strike; Urgent Search To Find Missing Submarine; Movie Industry's Fight For Survival; Super-Yacht Squeezes Through Narrow Canals; World Leaders Promise to Cut Carbon Emissions; Denmark Serious with Its Climate Goals; India's Healthcare System in Shambles; Japan to Declare State of Emergency to Four Areas; Germany and France Different Ways of Dealing COVID Cases. Aired 3-4a ET
• U.S. CDC Advisers to Discuss Johnson & Johnson Vaccine; Biden Administration Launches Vaccine Initiative; EU Declines to Buy 100 Million Additional AstraZeneca Doses; State of Emergency Expected in Tokyo, Osaka and Elsewhere; Day Two of U.S. Led Summit Gets Underway in Coming Hours; SpaceX Crew Dragon Capsule Ready for Trip to Space Station; Navalny's Doctors Urge Him to Stop Hunger Strike; Search Intensifies for Mission Indonesian Submarine. Aired 4-4:30a ET
• Search Intensifies for Missing Indonesian Submarine; Funeral Held for Daunte Wright in Minneapolis; Deaths at the Hands of U.S. Police Spark New Outrage; Lawmakers at Odds Over Policing Reform Bill; India Sets Global Record for Daily Cases Second Day in a Row; Movie Industry's Fight for Survival. Aired 4:30-5a ET
• Soon, CDC Advisers Discuss How to Move Forward with J&J Vaccine; Biden Reiterates Economic Argument for Reversing Climate Change; Communities of Color Struggle with Unequal Pandemic Recovery. Aired 10-10:30a ET
• CDC Advisers to Discuss How to Move Forward with J&J Vaccine; Demand Grows for Body Cam Footage of Andrew Brown Jr. Shooting; Police Release New Video in Ma'Khia Bryant Fatal Shooting; Camden County, New Jersey Reimagines Policing to Focus on Sanctity and Preservation of Life; CDC to Hear About New Blood Clot Cases Linked to J&J Vaccine; Study: People Diagnosed with COVID Face Greater Risk of Death, Ongoing Health Problems Six Months After Diagnosis. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• Now, CDC Advisers Meeting on Future of J&J Vaccine; Criminal Prosecution of Police Officers Emerges as Key Sticking Point in Senate Police Reform Talks; Biden's Ambitious Policy Agenda Shows no Signs of Slowing. Aired 1-1:30p ET
• Biden to Make Case for Climate Change Fight; Las Vegas Strip Set to Reopen; Minneapolis Police Face Scrutiny; SpaceX Launches Craft with Four Astronauts. Aired 9:30-10a ET.
• The Biden Agenda; Police Shooting Investigations; CDC Expected to Announce Decision on Johnson & Johnson Vaccine. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• Harlem Children's Zone Faces COVID Fallout; Interview with Rep. Sheila Jackson Lee (D-TX); Oscars Hopes to Raise Ratings. Aired 10:30- 11a ET
• Biden's Ambitious Policy Agenda Shows No Signs of Slowing; Biden Makes Economic Case for Fighting Climate Change on 2nd Day of Summit; Missing Submarine with 53 On Board Will Run Out of Oxygen in Hours; SpaceX Rocket Carrying 4 Astronauts Launches from Florida; Tennessee 3rd Graders Face Being Held Back Over Reading Loses. Aired 1:30-2p ET
• Remembering George Floyd; Arizona Ballot Audit Battle; CDC Expected to Announce Decision on Johnson & Johnson Vaccine. Aired 3- 3:30p ET
• Caitlyn Jenner: "I'm In" for California Governor's Race; Polls on Policing in America; Some Conservative Float Racist "Replacement Theory"; Year of Protests, Pandemic to be Reflected at Oscars; SpaceX Sends Astronauts to International Space Station. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• U.S. Vaccination Rate Drops 10 Percent in one Week; Rep Brad Wenstrup (R-OH), a Physician, Discusses His Fight against Vaccine Hesitancy, Helping Reluctant People Get on Board & Sen. Ron Johnson Downplaying COVID Vaccine; Race to Find Missing Submarine Before It Runs Out of Oxygen; GOP Crafts Waive of Anti-Protest Bills Across Country; Las Vegas Prepares to Fully Reopen by June 1. Aired 2:30-3p ET


April 22, 2021
• Fearful Afghans Awaiting Long-Promised U.S. Visas; President Idriss Deby Killed in Frontline Battle; France's Vineyards Hit by Destructive Cold Snap; Nearly 1,500 Arrested in Pro-Navalny Protests; Hospitals in India Buckle under Coronavirus Cases; Super League Appears to Be Dead; Hong Kong's Press Freedom under Attack; US Asks Brazil for "Immediate" Action on Amazon. Aired 12-12:45a ET
• India's Healthcare System Collapsing; Protesters Calling Out for Alexei Navalny's Release; Russian Authorities Block Navalny to Medical Access; Super League Criticized by Fans and Supporters; Biden To Hold Virtual Climate Summit On Earth Day; Indonesian Navy Knows Location Of Missing Submarine; Verdict Expected In Trial Of Investigative Journalist; Hong Kong Versus Press Freedom; United States Imposes Sanctions On Timber, Pearl Industries; Peace Talks Between Afghan Government And Taliban Delayed; Afghans Who Helped U.S. Fear For Their Lives; Germany Weighs Federal Powers For COVID Measures; Some European Countries Grapple With Third Wave; Saving The Environment, Awareness On Microplastics; Rare Sighting Of Grey Whale. Aired 3-4a ET
• Verdict Expected in Trial of Investigative Journalist; Reports of Violence, Human Rights Abuses in Ethiopia; Chad's Slain President's Son Takes over as President, Army Commander; Most Founding Clubs Pull Out of Denounced Competition; France's Vineyards Hit by Destructive Cold Snap; COVID Crisis Raging in India; Defiant Protesters Call for Navalny's Release; Speculation of U.S.-Brazil Deal to End Amazon Deforestation. Aired 1-2a ET
• Hospitals in India Buckle under Coronavirus Cases; Derek Chauvin Moved to Maximum Security Prison; Nearly 1,500 Arrested in Pro-Navalny Protests; Indonesian Navy Knows Location of Missing Submarine; Super League Appears to Be Dead; Hong Kong's Press Freedom under Attack; China's Xi to Address Virtual Climate Summit. Aired 2- 2:45a ET
• Justice Department Launces Probe into Minneapolis Police; Video Shows Officer Fatally Shooting Knife-Wielding Teen; Biden Touts 200 Million Vaccinations Since He Took Office; Russia Cracks Down on Navalny Protesters; China's Xi to Address Virtual Climate Summit. Aired 4-4:30a ET
• Minneapolis Cheers Ex-Officer's Conviction in Floyd's Death; Fox News Host Claims Fear Motivated Jurors; India Reports Almost 315,000 COVID-19 Cases on Thursday; German Lawmakers Advance Bill on COVID Restrictions; Indonesian Navy: Knows Location of Missing Submarine; Afghans Who Helped U.S. Fear for Their Lives; Most Founding Clubs Pull Out of Denounced Competition. Aired 4:30-5a ET
• Biden Commits U.S. to Cutting Emissions by as much as 52 Percent by 2030; New Study Affirms J&J Vaccine has 66 Percent Efficacy Against COVID-19; Minneapolis Police Leaders Pledge Cooperation with DOJ Probe. Aired 10-10:30a ET
• Daunte Wright Laid to Rest. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• Soon, Funeral for Daunte Wright in Minneapolis; Alternate Juror Says Dr. Tobin Testimony Convinced Her; Gov. Mike DeWine (R-OH) Introducing Police Reform Bill within Days. Aired 1-1:30p ET
• Chauvin Trial Alternate Juror Speaks Publicly; Interview with Arizona Secretary of State Katie Hobbs (D); Funeral For Daunte Wright Held Today. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• Senate Holds Hearing on Police Reform; Jesse Arreguin is Interviewed about Police Reform; Capitol Police Only Looked for Anti- Trump Protesters. Aired 9:30-10a ET.
• Biden Commits U.S. to New Climate Change Goal; Tensions High Over Policing in the U.S. After Several Deadly Encounters; Ohio Officials Release More Video of Fatal Police Shooting of Teen Girl Who They Say Had a Knife Charged At Some Women; Minneapolis Police Leaders Pledge Cooperation with the DOJ Probe; Berkeley California Takes Steps to Reform Policing, Ban Police Traffic Stops. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• Biden Commits U.S. to Cutting Emissions as Much as 50 Percent by 2030; More Than a Third of U.S. Adults Fully Vaccinated; White House Advisor: CDC to Issue Guidelines for Vaccinated Americans Soon; Study: Pregnant Women with Covid Have Higher Risk of Poor Outcomes, Death; Senate Votes on Anti-Asian Hate Crimes Bill; Hopes Rise on Capitol Hill for Police Reform Compromise. Aired 1:30-2p ET
• Remembering Daunte Wright. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• Biden Pledges to Cut U.S. Carbon Emissions in Half by 2030; The Funeral of Daunte Wright. Aired 2:30-3p ET
• Funeral Underway for Daunte Wright in Minneapolis; Deadly Police Encounters Leave Communities on Edge; Use-of-force Under New Scrutiny Around the Nation; Capitol Police Dispute Accounts of Radio Traffic on January 6th; Infection Risks Extremely Low for Fully Vaccinated People; Man Dies Weeks After Second Vaccination; Kremlin Critic's Life in Serious Danger. Aired 3:30-4p ET


April 21, 2021
• Chauvin Guilty on All Counts in Killing of George Floyd. Aired 12-1a ET
• Chauvin Guilty on All Counts in Killing of George Floyd; Floyd Family: Verdict Is a Sign of Hope. Aired 2-3a ET
• Peaceful Crowd Rejoice Their Victory; President Biden Promise to do Something on Policing; Justice for George is Justice for All; Hopeful but Not Optimistic; The George Floyd Killing, Chauvin Verdict; Ex-Officer Guilty On All Counts In George Floyd's Death; Floyd's Brother Prayed For A Guilty Verdict; Joe Biden, Verdict Not Enough To Cure Society's Problems; Reactions From The Chauvin Verdict. Aired 3- 4a ET
• Chauvin Guilty On All Counts in Killing of George Floyd. Aired 1-2a ET
• Ex-Officer Awaits Sentencing after Conviction in Floyd's Murder; DOJ Opens Investigation into Minneapolis Policing Practices. Aired 10-10:30a ET
• DOJ Launches Probe into Minneapolis Policing Practices; Democrats, GOP Plan for Key Talks on Policing Reforms; Police Departments around the Country React to Chauvin Conviction. Aired 1- 1:30p ET
• Former Minneapolis Police Officer Derek Chauvin Guilty on All Three Charges; President Biden Weighs in on the Verdict; Ohio Police Officer Fatally Shoots Teen Girl Holding Knife; U.S. Likely to Reach Tipping Point on Vaccine Enthusiasm in 2 to 4 Weeks; George Floyd's Family Pleased with Court's Verdict But Saddened At the Same Time. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• Ohio Police Shooting Investigation; Interview With National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases Director Dr. Anthony Fauci; President Biden Touts 200 Million Vaccine Does Given. Aired 2- 2:30p ET
• Three Other Officers Charged in Floyd's Death; Tipping Point on Vaccine Enthusiasm. Aired 9:30-10a ET.
• Body Camera Footage Reveals Ma'Khia Bryant Had Knife; President Biden Pushes for George Floyd Justice in Policing Act; Vaccine Hesitant Present Next COVID Immunity Challenge. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• Police Reform; Justice Department Launches Investigation Into Minneapolis Policing. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• Chief Bill Scott, San Francisco Police Department, Discusses Chauvin Trial & Police Reform; Ohio Police Officer Shoots, Kills Girl Wielding Knife; Biden Delivers Remarks on COVID Fight & Vaccines. Aired 1:30-2p ET
• North Carolina Man Shot and Killed While Deputies Served Search Warrant; Justice Department Launches Investigation into Minneapolis Policing; Report Warns Vaccine Supply Will Soon Outpace Demand in U.S. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• Columbus Officials Hold Briefing on Police Shooting Death of Teenager. Aired 2:30-3p ET


April 20, 2021
• Kremlin Critic Alexei Navalny Moved To Prison Hospital; Russia Building Up Troops On Border With Ukraine; Super League Uproar; Jury Begins Deliberations In George Floyd Murder Trial; Thailand Grapples With Third Wave Of COVID-19; NASA's Ingenuity Helicopter Flies On Mars. Aired 12-12:45a ET
• Alexei Navalny in Near-to-Death Condition; Russia Expelled 20 Czech Officials; Court Deliberations for Derek Chauvin Wraps Up; UEFA President Felt Betrayed; Kremlin Critic Alexei Navalny Moved to Prison Hospital; United States and European Union Warn Russia Over Navalny's Health; Pakistan Protest on French Ambassador; WHO's Global Cases Rise for Eight Straight Week; India Reports Sixth Consecutive Day of 200,000 Plus New Coronavirus Cases; Thailand Grapples with Third Wave of COVID-19; E.U. Regulator to Announce Review Of Johnson & Johnson Vaccine; Wildlife Incident In The Republic of South Africa; Oil Price Edge Higher, Supported By Weaker U.S. Dollar; NASA Flies First Aircraft on Mars. Aired 3-4a ET
• Kremlin Critic Navalny Moved to Prison Hospital; Russia Building Up Troops on Border with Ukraine; President Miguel Diaz-Canel to Lead Cuban Communist Party; Growing Opposition to Plans for Breakaway League; Oil Prices Edge Higher; NASA's Ingenuity Helicopter; Jury Deliberating in Derek Chauvin Trial; Kremlin Critic Navalny Moved to Prison Hospital; Football Uproar After "Super League" Announcement; India Records More Than a Million New Cases in Five Days. Aired 1-2a ET
• Kremlin Critic Alexei Navalny Moved to Prison Hospital; Super League Uproar; Thailand Grapples with Third Wave of COVID-19; Jury Begins Deliberations in George Floyd Murder Trial; Cuba's Transfer of Power; Oil Prices Higher, Weaker U.S. Dollar; NASA's Ingenuity Helicopter Flies on Mars; Cape Town Blaze Contained, Arsonist Arrested. Aired 2-2:45a ET
• Derek Chauvin's Fate is Now in the Hands of the Jury; Minneapolis Braces for Jury's Verdict on Chauvin; Kremlin Critic Navalny Moved to Prison Hospital; U.S. Ambassador Returning from Russia this Week; White House Promotes Vaccine Eligibility with Media Blitz; Officer Brian Sicknick Suffered Strokes, Died of Natural Causes. Aired 4-4:30a ET
• Officer Sicknick Suffered Stokes, Died of Natural Causes; U.S. Reels from Multiple Deadly Shootings; Former U.S. Vice President Walter Mondale Dies at 93; UEFA President Calls Breakaway League Plans "Shameless"; NASA's Ingenuity Helicopter Flies on Mars. Aired 4:30-5a ET
• Jury Resumes Deliberations in Derek Chauvin Murder Trial; U.S. Averaging 3 Million Shots a Day Despite J&J Pause. Aired 10-10:30a ET
• Nation Braces for Verdict as Jury Deliberates Chauvin Case; One Dead, Two Wounded in Shooting at Long Island Grocery Store; Poll Shows Americans Easing Up on COVID Mitigation Measures. Aired 1-1:30p ET
• Chauvin Jury Deliberates. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• White House Braces for Chauvin Verdict; Racism in America in Focus; Capitol Officer Died of Natural Causes; U.S. Ambassador to Russia Returns to U.S. Aired 9:30-10a ET.
• Jury Resumes Deliberations in Derek Chauvin Murder Trial; Nation Braces for Verdict as Judy Deliberates Chauvin Case; Brooklyn Center Mayor Says He Experienced Racism in Minnesota; J&J Vaccine Manufacturing Halted at Plant That had Contamination Issue. Aired 9- 9:30a ET
• Verdict Reached in Derek Chauvin Trial; Capitol Police Officer Died of Strokes. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• Second Day of Jury Deliberations in Derek Chauvin Trial; Biden Reached Out to George Floyd Family; U.S. Rocked by Multiple Mass Shootings; Families of Emmett Till, George Floyd Unite to Fight for Justice. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• Poll: Americans Easing Up on COVID Mitigation Measures; CDC New Guidance Says Surfaces Are Not Big Risk for Spreading COVID; Polls Show Reluctance Among Republicans to Get Vaccine; Facebook Will Remove Chauvin Verdict Content that Violates Community Standards; Video Plays Key Role in Chauvin Murder Trial; Outrage over Waters Protest Rhetoric Exposes GOP Hypocrisy; Pelosi Defends Rep. Waters, Says She Shouldn't Apologize; Putin Critic Navalny Hospitalized & Held in Solitary Confinement Amid Hunger Strike. Aired 1:30-2p ET
• Jurors Reach Verdict in Murder Trial of Ex-Officer Derek Chauvin; Verdict Will Be Announced Shortly. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• 1 Killed, 2 Injured at NY Supermarket & Police on Hunt for Gunman; Republicans Criticize Rep. Waters for Chauvin Trial Remarks; Top Democrat Manchin Joins Condemnation of Waters; GOP Finally Condemns Incendiary Rhetoric, When It's By a Democrat; Johnson & Johnson Resumes Vaccine Shipments to Europe; Michigan Nears 6 Million Vaccinations as State Hits Highest Number of Cases in U.S. Aired 2:30- 3p ET


April 19, 2021
• Top European Football Clubs Plan to Form 'Super League'; Aides: Navalny's Life 'Hanging on a Thread'; Moscow Expels 20 Czech Diplomats from Country in Retaliation; New Waves of Infections Slowing Recovery in Much of Asia; Ontario's Hospitals Overwhelmed Amid Third Wave; Australia and New Zealand Begin Travel Bubble; U.S. Airlines Prepare for Summer Travel Demand Surge; Helicopters Water Bombing Cape Town Fire from Above; Typhoon Surigae Impacting Eastern Philippines. Aired 12-12:45a ET
• Navalny Allies Call for Nationwide Rallies on Wednesday; Moscow Orders 20 Czech Diplomats to Leave the Country; Ontario's Hospitals Overwhelmed Amid Third Wave; Former Australian PM Condemns Partisan Influence; NASA Helicopter Set for Historic Flight on Mars; Navalny Allies Call for Nationwide Rallies on Wednesday; Top European Clubs Plan to Form "Super League"; Abandoned "Vagrant Fire" Suspected in Massive Blaze. Aired 1-2a ET
• Minneapolis Awaits Chauvin Trial Verdict; Fifty Percent of U.S. Adults Injected with First Dose; U.S. States Russia to Face Consequences if Alexei Navalny Dies; Evacuation Underway as Fire Rages in Cape Town; French President: EU Countries To Offer Special Pass To Vaccinated U.S. Citizens; Macron: Americans To Receive Special Travel Pass; Greece Dropping Quarantine Restrictions For Some Travellers. Aired 2-3a ET
• U.S. Braces for Final Days of Chauvin Murder Trial; Chicago Protesters Demand Justice After Police Shooting; All U.S. Adults to Become Eligible for COVID Vaccine; Greece Dropping Quarantine Restrictions for Some Travelers; Navalny on Day 20 of Hunger Strike, Aides Say He's Dying. Aired 4-4:30a ET
• Wildfire Rages in Cape Town's Table Mountain National Park; Former Australian Prime Minister Puts Rupert Murdoch on Blast; Top European Clubs Announce 'Super League'; U.S. Cities are on Edge over Derek Chauvin Trial; Pressure on Putin Over Alexei Navalny's Health; J&J Vaccine Could Return Soon; E.U. is Working to Reopen Travel to U.S. Tourists; India Records More Than One Million New Cases in Five Days. Aired 3-4a ET
• U.S. Reports at Least 150 Mass Shooting in 2021; U.S. President Facing Challenges, Both Domestically and Abroad; Bush Calls on Congress to Tone Down Harsh Rhetoric; Church in Texas Worries for Unaccompanied Migrant Children; New Waves of Infections Slowing Recovery in Much of Asia; Australia and New Zealand Begin Travel Bubble; Wildfire Rages in Cape Town, Threatens National Park; Hong Kong Won't Air Oscars for First Time Since 1968. Aired 4:30-5a ET
• Defense Gives Closing Argument in Chauvin Murder Trial. Aired 1-1:30p ET
• Defense Gives Closing Argument in Chauvin Murder Trial. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• Closing Arguments in Chauvin Murder Trial. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• Cities Brace for Chauvin Verdict Ahead of Closing Arguments; Biden Voiced Concern about Potential Fallout of Chauvin Trial; J&J Falsely Claims Moderna and Pfizer Also Linked to Blood Clots; CDC: About 50 Percent of U.S. Adults Have Had At Least One Vaccine Dose; Closing Arguments Begin in the Trial of Derek Chauvin. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• Biden Meeting with Bipartisan Group to Push Infrastructure Plan; Interview with George Floyd's Cousin Tera Brown about Closing Arguments in the Chauvin Murder Trial; Family and Friends Remember FedEx Massacre Victim Samaria Blackwell. Aired 9:30-10a ET
• Continuing Coverage of Derek Chauvin Trial; Defense Gives Closing Arguments. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• Defense Gives Closing Arguments in Chauvin Murder Trial. Aired 1:30-2p ET
• Prosecution Gives Closing Argument in Chauvin Murder Trial. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• Defense Gives Closing Arguments in Chauvin Murder Trial. Aired 2:30-3p ET
• Closing Arguments Begin In Derek Chauvin Trial. Aired 10-10:30a ET


April 18, 2021
• Duke of Edinburgh Laid to Rest at Windsor Castle; Europe Aims to Speed Up Vaccinations; Military Crackdown Cripples Myanmar's COVID- 19 Fight; Indianapolis Shooting; U.S. Gun Violence Epidemic; Closing Arguments Monday in Floyd Murder Trial; Alexei Navalny Dying in Prison; New Policies Could Impact Americans Held Overseas; Global Citizen Virtual Concert to Raise Vaccine Awareness. Aired 12-1a ET
• Indianapolis Shooting; U.S. Gun Violence Epidemic; Michigan's Third Wave Overwhelming Hospitals; Duke of Edinburgh Laid to Rest at Windsor Castle; Alexei Navalny Dying in Prison; Czech Republic Expelling Russian Embassy Employees; Global Citizen Virtual Concert to Raise Vaccine Awareness. Aired 2-3a ET
• U.S. Gun Violence Epidemic; Indianapolis Shooting; Michigan's Third Wave Overwhelming Hospitals; India Reports 200,000-Plus Cases Fourth Day In A Row; Military Crackdown Cripples Myanmar's COVID-19 Fight; Duke Of Edinburgh Laid To Rest At Windsor Castle; Alexei Navalny Dying In Prison; Global Citizen Virtual Concert To Raise Vaccine Awareness. Aired 3-4a ET
• Michigan's Third Wave Overwhelming Hospitals; Europe Aims To Speed Up Vaccinations; Indianapolis Shooting; U.S. Gun Violence Epidemic; Alexei Navalny Dying In Prison; Czech Republic Expelling Russian Embassy Employees; Duke Of Edinburgh Laid To Rest At Windsor Castle; Discarded Masks Piling Up As Litter. Aired 4-5a ET
• Little Improvement In U.S. COVID-19 Death Toll; Michigan's Third Wave Overwhelming Hospitals; Europe Aims To Speed Up Vaccinations; India Reports 200,000-Plus Cases Fourth Day In A Row; Indianapolis Shooting; U.S. Gun Violence Epidemic; Alexei Navalny Dying In Prison; Czech Republic Expelling Russian Embassy Employees; Closing Arguments Monday In Floyd Murder Trial; Duke Of Edinburgh Laid To Rest At Windsor Castle; Woman Gets Pregnant While Already Pregnant. Aired 5-6a ET
• Nation On Edge With Derek Chauvin Trial Verdict Expected Soon; Police Searching For Suspect In Deadly Shooting At Wisconsin Bar; Michigan Pushes To Increase Vaccinations Amid Third Case Surge; Three Dead In Shooting Incident In Austin, Texas; White House: There Will Be "Consequences" If Navalny Dies In Custody; Progressive Backlash On Refugee Cap Puts Biden On Notice. Aired 2-3p ET
• U.S. On Edge Over Civil Unrest, Police Violence And Mass Shootings; Interview With Former Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel About Troop Withdrawal From Afghanistan; Gosar Denies He Had Anything To Do With Far Right America First Caucus Launching Plans; Trump Receives Award; Thirteen-Year-Old Boy Killed; CNN Heroes. Aired 4-5p ET
• Manhunt For Ex-Detective Suspected Of Killing Three In Texas; Minneapolis Braces For Verdict Fallout In George Floyd Case; CDC Says, Half Of U.S. Adults Have Gotten At Least One COVID Shot; America Faces Endless Cycle Of Gun Violence; Jailed Opposition Leader Reportedly Near Death; Senator Tom Cotton To Stall Nominees From Democratic States. Aired 6-7p ET
• Three Killed, Two Injured In Mass Shooting Near Kenosha, Wisconsin; Nation On Edge With Derek Chauvin Trial Verdict Expected Soon; Pastor Refuses To Promote Vaccinations, Says Virus Is A Scam. Aired 3-4p ET
• Mass Shootings In The U.S.; Rep. Mike Waltz (R-FL) Is Interviewed About Mass Shootings, Marjorie Taylor Greene And Afghanistan; The Success Of The Vaccine Rollout And Vaccine Hesitancy; Rupert Murdoch's Media Business Blasted By Malcolm Turnbull; Wall Street And The Big Gains Of The Airline Industry And Apple Launch. Aired 5-6p ET
• Minneapolis Braces For Verdict Fallout In George Floyd Case; Daunte Wright, Adam Toledo Killings Spark Nationwide Protests; Vaccine Hesitancy Causes 50 Million Vaccine Doses Just Sitting, Waiting For Arms; Afghan President Says His Government Not In Danger Of Collapse After U.S. Leaves; One-On-One With Retired U.S. Navy Admiral William McRaven; How The Pandemic Could Spur Global Action On Climate Change; CNN Hero, Heather Abbott Helping Amputees Of All Ages Receive Prosthesis. Aired 7-8p ET
• Nationwide Protests after Daunte Wright, Adam Toledo Killings; Minneapolis Braces for Verdict Fallout in George Floyd Case; Michigan Hospitals Overwhelmed as New Cases Surge Again; Communities Focus on Vaccine Hesitancy as Demand Falls; U.S. Airlines Prepare for Summer Travel Surge; Fire Rages on Mountain Overlooking Cape Town; A Mother's Fight Against the Klan. Aired 8-9p ET


April 17, 2021
• Duke of Edinburgh's Funeral Today; End of the Castro Era; Countries Close Borders with Brazil. Aired 12-12:15a ET
• Duke of Edinburgh's Funeral Today; Russia Sanctions American Officials; Gunman Who Killed Eight at FedEx Site Identified as Former Employee; Biden Holds News Conference with Japanese PM; End of the Castro Era; Ousted Myanmar Civilian Leaders to Form Underground Government; Afghans Who Helped Americans Wait for Visas. Aired 2-2:45a ET
• Duke of Edinburgh's Funeral Today; Biden Holds News Conference with Japanese PM; Russia Sanctions American Officials; Protests over Police Shootings; WHO: Situation in Europe "Serious" despite Vaccinations; Matthew McConaughey Talks Politics in Sports. Aired 3- 3:30a ET
• Gunman Who Killed Eight at FedEx Site Identified as Former Employee; Protests over Police Shootings; Duke of Edinburgh's Funeral Today; Biden: Mass Shootings "A National Embarrassment"; Ousted Myanmar Civilian Leaders to Form Underground Government; Biden Holds News Conference with Japanese PM; End of the Castro Era. Aired 4-5a ET
• Biden: Mass Shootings "A National Embarrassment"; Gunman Who Killed Eight at FedEx Site Identified as Former Employee; Protests over Police Shootings; Johns Hopkins University: COVID-19 Deaths Pass 3 Million; Duke of Edinburgh's Funeral Today; WHO: Situation in Europe "Serious" despite Vaccinations; Russia Sanctions American Officials; Biden Holds News Conference with Japanese PM. Aired 5-6a ET
• Protesters Take To Streets Across U.S. After Police Killings Of People Of Color In Minnesota And Chicago; Derek Chauvin Will Not Testify In His Murder Trial; Public Funeral Service For Prince Philip; Coronavirus Cases Continue Rising In Michigan; Johnson & Johnson Vaccine Distribution Paused; White House Reverses Course And Announces Planned Increase In Refugee Cap; President Biden Announces Withdrawal of All U.S. Troops From Afghanistan by September 11th, 2021. Aired 2- 3p ET
• At Least 100 Arrested On Sixth Night Of Protests Near Minneapolis; Indianapolis Mass Shooting Victims Range In Age From 19 To 74; U.K. Mourns As Prince Philip Is Laid To Rest; CDC Vaccine Advisers To Meet Again Next Week To Reevaluate J&J Vaccine Pause; CDC: 200 Million Vaccine Doses Administered In U.S.; Pfizer CEO Says Third Vaccine Dose Likely Needed Within Six To 12 Months. Aired 1-2p ET
• Minnesota National Guard On Alert Amid Tensions Over Police Shooting Of Daunte Wright, Looming Chauvin Trial Verdict; Family Attorney Calls Adam Toledo's Death "An Assassination"; Sources: Authorities Were Warned About FedEx Suspect's Potential For Violence In The Past; U.K.'s Prince Phillip Laid To Rest At Windsor Castle; CDC: 200 Million Vaccine Doses Administered In U.S.; Researchers Test Pfizer Vaccine On Kids As Young As 2. Aired 3-4p ET
• U.K. Mourns As Prince Philip Laid To Rest; More Than Three Million People Have Died Of COVID-19 Worldwide; Sixth Night Of Protests Over Killing Of Daunte Wright; Officials Say J&J Pause Proves Safety System Works; Four Members Of Sikh Community Killed In Indianapolis Shooting; National Fight Moves To Texas Over New Legislation. Aired 12-1p ET
• U.S. Reels From String Of Deadly Police Encounters, Gun Violence; Interview With Rep. Maxine Waters (D-CA); Britain's Prince Philip, The Duke Of Edinburgh Laid To Rest Today; Biden Administration Says Russian Intel Got Trump Campaign Data In 2016; Press Secretary For Alexei Navalny Says He's Close To Death; Nation On Edge: Civil Unrest, Police Violence & Mass Shootings. Aired 4-5p ET
• Nation On Edge: Civil Unrest, Police Violence & Mass Shootings; Interview With Rep. Hakeem Jeffries (D-NY); Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene Scraps Launch Of Controversial "America First"; COVID-19 Surge Strains Michigan's Health System; Family Of Suspect In Indianapolis Mass Shooting Releases Statement; Cuba's Raul Castro Steps Down As Communist Party Chief; Prince Philip Laid To Rest At Windsor Castle. Aired 5-6p ET
• American Cities Reeling From Deadly Gun Violence; Rep. Jackie Speier (D-CA) Is Interviewed About Gun Violence; Teen Survives COVID- 19 After A Blood Cleaning Therapy; Biden Announces Troops Will Leave Afghanistan By September 11; Vaccine Hesitancy Among Evangelicals; How U.S. Gun Control Measures Compare To Other Parts Of The World. Aired 8-9p ET
• One Person Killed, Another Wounded In Omaha Mall Shooting; Indianapolis Shooting Victims Range From Age 19 To 74; Interview With Rep. David Cicilline (D-RI); Closing Arguments And Jury Deliberations Start Monday; Queen Elizabeth Says Goodbye To Prince Philip At Intimate Funeral; Princes William And Harry Walk Together After Funeral; Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene Scraps Launch Of Controversial "America First" Caucus Amid Blowback From GOP. Aired 6-7p ET
• One Person Dead After Mall Shooting In Nebraska; Vigil For Eight Killed In Mass Shooting At Indianapolis FedEx Site; Hospitals Nearing Capacity As Variant Surge Hits Michigan; New Information From Treasury Department Seems To Back Up Russian Interference In 2016 Election; American Cities Reeling From Deadly Gun Violence; Vaccine Resistance Among Evangelicals. Aired 7-8p ET
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April 16, 2021
• U.S. Hits Russia with Sanctions, Expels Diplomats; Experts: Brazil Facing 'Unimaginable Loss of Lives'; India Shuts Down Monuments & Museums as Cases Spike; Closing Arguments in Chauvin Trial to Begin Monday; Biden Administration Sends Unofficial Delegation to Taiwan; Japan Prime Minister to Be First Foreign Leader to Visit Biden White House; China's Economy Grew at Record Pace in 1st Quarter; Buckingham Palace Prepares for Private Funeral. Aired 12-1a ET
• Toledo Family Lawyer: Teen Did Not Have a Gun in His Hand; Protesters Gather for Fifth Night Demanding Justice; Closing Arguments to Begin Monday in Chauvin Trial; Biden Administration Sends Unofficial Delegation to Taiwan; China's Economy Grew at Record Pace in 1st Quarter; Resolving Human-Wildlife Conflict; Buckingham Palace Prepares for Private Funeral; U.S. Hits Russia with Sanctions, Expels Diplomats; Experts: Brazil Facing "Unimaginable Loss of Lives"; Inside the Military's Deadly Crackdown on Bago. Aired 1-2a ET
• President Biden Takes on Russia; Europe Has Grim COVID Record; Brazil is Facing Unimaginable Loss of Lives; Inside a Brutal Crackdown in Myanmar; Japan PM Will be the First Foreign Leader to Visit Biden White House; Japan PM To Meet With Biden At White House Friday; Chauvin Invokes 5th Amendment Right, Chooses Not To Testify; Talks In Congress Legislation About Police Reform Gain Urgency Amid Fatal Police Shooting of Daunte Wright; Daunte Wright's Deadly Shooting By Police Stoking Anger Amid Chauvin's Murder Trial In Death of George Floyd; As Governor, Kasich Helped Launch Ohio Task Force on Community- police Relations. Aired 2-2:45a ET
• Nine People Killed in a FedEx Facility; Officer Kim Potter Appeared in Court; Minneapolis Bracing for More Unrest; Thirteen-Year- Old Killed by Police in Chicago; U.S. Responds to Russian Hacking; At Least Eight Killed In Indianapolis, Indiana FedEx Shooting. Europe Surpasses One Million COVID-19 Deaths; Younger Brazilians Dying Of COVID-19 As Variant Spreads; Blinken Visits Afghanistan Amid Troop Withdrawal Announcement; Talks Between Taliban And Afghan Government Have Largely Stalled. Aired 3-4a ET
• At Least Eight Killed in Indianapolis FedEx Mass Shooting; Bodycam Video Released of Police Fatally Shooting 13-Year-Old; Chauvin Invokes 5th Amendment Right, Chooses Not to Testify; CDC Advisers to Meet on April 23 to Discuss Johnson & Johnson Vaccine; More than 100,000 Dead from Virus in France; Germany's COVID-19 Death Toll Nears 80,000. Aired 4-4:30a ET
• At Least Eight Killed in Indianapolis FedEx Mass Shooting; U.S. Hits Russia with Sanctions, Expels Diplomats; Japan Prime Minister Will Be First Foreign Leader to Visit Biden White House; Inside the Myanmar Military's Deadly Crackdown on Bago; Guest List Released for Prince Philip's Funeral. Aired 4:30-5a ET
• At Least Eight Killed in Mass Shooting at Indianapolis FedEx Facility; Pfizer CEO Says, Third Vaccine Dose Likely Needed Within 6 to 12 Months; Body Cam Video Released of 13-Year-Old Boy Shot by Chicago Officer. Aired 10-10:30a ET
• Body Cam Video Released of 13-Year-Old Shot by Chicago Officer; CDC Says, More Than 30 Percent of Adults in the U.S. are Fully Vaccinated; Biden Puts New Sanctions Russia for Hacking, Election Interference. Aired 11:30a-12p ET
• At Least Eight Killed in Mass Shooting at Indianapolis FedEx Facility; Biden to be Briefed This Morning on Mass Shooting at FedEx Facility; Chicago Police Release Video of a Police Officer Shooting a 13-Year-Old Boy; Police: Video Shows Less Than One Second Passes from When 13-Year-Old was Seen Holding a Gun and When He was Shot By a Police Officer. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• Officials Give Update on Mass Shooting at Indianapolis FedEx Facility; Bodycam Video Released of 13-Year-Old Shot By Chicago Officer. Aired 11-11:30a ET
• Sources Say, Authorities were Warned about FedEx Suspect's Potential for Violence in the Past; Chicago Police Release Video of Officer Shooting 13-Year-Old; White House Releases $1.7 Billion to Fight Variants. Aired 1-1:30p ET
• Closing Arguments Ahead in Chauvin Trial; Indianapolis Mass Shooting. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• Adam Toledo Shooting Again Raises Police Reform Questions; Live Coverage of Indianapolis Press Conference; Indianapolis Investigation Remains In Early Stages. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• Pfizer Testing on Children; Closing Arguments in Chauvin Trial; Biden Calls for De-Escalation with Russia. Aired 9:30-10a ET.
• President Biden Meets with Japanese Prime Minister; Closing Arguments Ahead in Chauvin Trial; Indianapolis Mass Shooting. Aired 3- 3:30p ET
• Russia Retaliates, Bans U.S. Officials from Country; Michigan Faces Shutdown Pressure as COVID Cases Surge; Fauci Says Fighting Variants with Booster Shots Is Almost Like Playing "Whack A Mole"; Celebrating Brooke Baldwin's 10+ Years at CNN. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• White House Releases $1.7 Billion to Fight Variants; Report: Michigan Cities Account for 9 Out of 10 Worst Outbreaks; President Biden Welcomes Japanese P.M. to White House; U.S. Shifting Focus Primarily to China; Attorneys Prepare Closing Arguments in Chauvin Murder Trial; Prince Philip to be Laid to Rest Saturday. Aired 1:30-2p ET
• Biden Won't Raise Refugee Cap This Fiscal Year, a Reversal On Earlier Pledge; Researchers Test Pfizer Vaccine on Children as Young as 2; GOP Lawmakers Push New Bills Restricting Voting Access; Activist & Rapper "Killer Mike" Discusses Police Shootings of Black Men and Criminal Justice Reform. Aired 2:30-3p ET


April 15, 2021
• Biden To Begin U.S. Troop Withdrawal From Afghanistan On May 1; U.K.'s Mix And Match Vaccine Trial Expands; Defense Medical Expert: Floyd's Manner Of Death "Undetermined"; Kremlin To Study Biden's Summit Proposal; U.S. Spy Chiefs Call China An 'Unparalleled Priority'; Kerry Seeking Common Ground In Climate Talks With China. Aired 12-12:45a ET
• Biden to Begin U.S. Troop Withdrawal from Afghanistan on May 1; U.S.-Iran Indirect Talks to Resume in Vienna; France to Administer Johnson & Johnson Vaccine as Planned; Kerry Seeking Common Ground in Climate Talks with China; Myanmar Losing the COVID-19 Battle; Defense Medical Expert: Floyd's Manner of Death "Undetermined"; White House to Move Forward with UAE Weapons Sales. Aired 2-2:45a ET
• COVID Control Efforts Collapsing after Military Coup; U.S. Intel Chief: We Still Don't Know Origins of COVID-19; Kerry in China For Climate Talks; Biden to Begin U.S. Troop Withdrawal on May 1; CDC Advisors Put Off Decision on J&J Vaccine For Now; Defense Expert: Floyd Died from Heart Condition, Not Homicide. Aired 1-2a ET
• President Biden Wants U.S. Troops Back Home; Russian Diplomats to be Sanctioned by U.S.; U.S. Pause Johnson & Johnson Vaccine; Some European Countries Stop Vaccines with Blood Clot Issues; British Researchers Looking at Possible Mix and Match of Vaccines; John Kerry Meets With Chinese Counterpart; Kerry Seeking Common Ground In Climate Talks With China; U.S. Calls China An Unparalleled Priority; Afghanistan Withdrawal Will Diminish Intelligence Gathering; White House Plans To Move Forward With UAE Weapons Sale; Fourth Night Of Protest Over The Death Of Daunte Wright; George Floyd's Trial, Defense Pushes Alternative Theories For Floyd's Death; End Of Cuba's Castro Era; Notre-Dame's Restoration Two Years On; Queen Holds First Engagement Since Losing Husband. Aired 3-4a ET
• Fourth Night of Protests After Daunte Wright Killing; Defense Focuses on Floyd's Cause of Death in Chauvin Trial; Biden to Begin U.S. Troop Withdrawal on May 1; CDC Advisers Put Off Decision on Johnson & Johnson Vaccine for Now; France to Administer Johnson & Johnson Vaccine as Planned. Aired 4-4:30a ET
• 24 Arrested in Fourth Night of Protests after Police Killing; U.S. Expected to Sanction Russia, Expel Russian Officials; Iran Raising Enrichment to 60 Percent After Natanz Attack; Women Reveal Details of Parties Gaetz Allegedly Attended; Haiti's Government Resigns After Months of Political Turmoil; Kerry in China for Climate Talks. Aired 4:30-5a ET
• U.S. Hits Russia with Sweeping Sanctions, Expels Diplomats Over Cyberhacking, Election Interference, Aggression in Crimea Region; Ex- Officer Charged with Second-Degree Manslaughter in Wright Killing; Trial Resumes for Ex-Cop Charged in George Floyd's Death. Aired 10- 10:30a ET
• Pulmonology Expert Testifies Again in Prosecution Rebuttal. Aired 11-11:30a ET
• Chauvin Invokes Fifth Amendment Right, Chooses Not to Testify; First Court Appearance for Ex-Officer Charged in Wright Killing; Trial Resumes for Ex-Cop Charted in George Floyd's Death. Aired 11:30a-12p ET
• Prosecution and Defense Rest, Closing Arguments Monday; First Court Appearance Today for Ex-Officer Charged in Wright Killing; Johnson & Johnson Says, Overall Vaccine Benefits Outweigh Blood Clot Risk. Aired 1-1:30p ET
• Prosecution and Defense Rest in Chauvin Trial; Ex-Minnesota Officer in Court. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• Live Coverage of Derek Chauvin Trial; Prosecution Requests Introduction of New Evidence, Defense Argues Against; Judge Rules Against Evidence and For Dr. Tobin. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• Heated Exchange With Dr. Fauci on Capitol Hill; Prosecution and Defense Rest in Chauvin Trial; Ex-Minnesota Officer in Court. Aired 3- 3:30p ET
• U.S. Hits Russia with Sweeping Sanctions Over Various Issues; Ex-Officer Charged with Second Degree Manslaughter in the Deadly Shooting of Daunte Wright; Defense in the Chauvin Murder Trial Expected to Rest its Case Today; CDC Advisors Seek More Info Before Resuming J&J Vaccinations; Defense to Call More Witnesses in Chauvin Trial; Secretary of State Blinken Arrives in Afghanistan One Day After U.S. Announces Plans for Troops Withdrawal. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• Blinken in Afghanistan; Richard Haass is Interviewed about Russian Sanctions and Afghanistan Withdrawal; Officials to Release Shooting Footage in Chicago; Capitol Police Testify About Planning Failures. Aired 9:30-10a ET.
• Blinken Tells Afghans U.S. Still Committed Despite Withdrawal Plan; Biden Slaps New Sanctions on Russia for Cyberattack, 2020 Election Meddling, "Abuses" in Crimea; Top Japanese Official Won't Rule Out Canceling Olympics; Pelosi Takes on "Squad", McConnell in New Book; Family of Daunte Wright Holds Press Conference; Capitol Police I.G. Testifies on Security Failures Ahead of Jan. 6th Riot. Aired 1:30-2p ET
• GOP's Jordon Told to Shut His Mouth After Ranting to Dr. Fauci; City of Chicago Releases Video of Police Shooting of 13-Year-Old; Pfizer CEO: Third Vaccine Dose Likely Needed Within 6 to 12 Months. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• CDC Vaccine Advisers Put Off Decision on J&J COVID Vaccine; Pfizer CEO Says 3rd Vaccine Dose Likely Needed Within 6 to 12 Months; GOP's Jordan Told to Shut His Mouth after Berating Dr. Fauci; Biden Slaps New Sanctions on Russia for Cyberattack, 2020 Election Meddling, "Abuses" in Crimea; Biden & Harris Meet with Asian-American Lawmakers; McCarthy Sidesteps CNN's Questions on Gaetz Who Is Under Investigation; Ex-Officer Charged with Killing Daunte Wright Appears in Court. Aired 2:30-3p ET


April 14, 2021
• India's Maharashtra State Imposes 15-Day Near-Lockdown; Deaths Outpacing Births in Some Brazilian Cities; China & U.S. Flex Military Muscle as Tensions Rise Over Taiwan; U.S. President Joe Biden to Announce Withdrawal of U.S. Troops from Afghanistan by September 11; U.S. Pauses J&J Vaccine over Blood Clotting Concerns; U.S. High Commissioner Compares Myanmar to 2011 in Syria. Aired 12-1a ET
• U.S. President Joe Biden to Announce Withdrawal of U.S. Troops from Afghanistan by September 11; German Cabinet Approves Act for Uniform COVID-19 Restrictions; Deaths Outpacing Births in Some Brazilian Cities; Third Night of Unrest in Brooklyn Center, Minnesota; U.S. Intel Community Warns of Global Threats; U.S. Pauses J&J Vaccine over Blood Clotting Concerns; Egypt Seizes Ever Given, Asks for $900 Million. Aired 2-2:45a ET
• U.S. Troops Soon Going Home; Iran Warns to Retaliate With Israel; U.S. Pause Johnson & Johnson Vaccine; South Africa Also Pause J&J in Anticipation of Side Effects; Outrage Seen for a Third Day Now in Minnesota; France Suspends Travel from Brazil; Egypt Suing the Owner of Ever Given for Huge Damage; President Biden Wants to Have Face-to-Face Meeting with Vladimir Putin; Biden Propose Summit With Putin To Discuss Ukraine; Military Drills In China Meant To Send Message About Taiwan; U.S. Intelligence Warns Of Global Threats In Annual Report; John Kerry Heads To China, South Korea To Talk Climate; Tiny Plastic Pollution; Crypto-Conundrum, Bitcoin Hits New High. Olympic Games begin In 100 Days Despite Ongoing Pandemic. Aired 3-4a ET
• U.N. High Commissioner: Conflict in Myanmar Resembles Syria; China and U.S. Flex Military Muscle as Tensions Rise over Taiwan. Egypt Seizes Ever Given, Asks for $900 Million; U.S. Backs Global Minimum Corporate Tax Rate; Games Begin in 100 Days Despite Ongoing Pandemic; Biden Aims to Withdraw U.S. Forces By September 11; J&J Vaccine Paused; Chauvin's Defense Highlights Floyd's History of Drug Use. Aired 1-2a ET
• Third Night of Clashes Between Police, Protesters; Defense Expert: Chauvin Justified in Kneeling on Floyd; U.S. Recommend Pausing J&J Vaccine Over Rare Blood Clots; Biden Aims to Withdraw U.S. Forces by September 11; Tehran Says It Will Increase Uranium Enrichment to 60 Percent. Aired 4-4:30a ET
• Prosecutor Could Have a Decision on Charges Today in the Police Shooting of Daunte Wright; Johnson and Johnson Pauses Rollout of Vaccine in Europe; South Africa Suspends Johnson and Johnson Vaccine Rollout; U.S. Intel Community Warns of Long-Term Impact of Pandemic; Biden Proposes Summit with Putin to Discuss Ukraine; Egypt Seizes Ever Given, Asks for $900 Million. Aired 4:30-5a ET
• Decision Expected on Charges in Police Killing of Daunte Wright; Soon, Defense to Call More Witness in Chauvin Trial; Soon, CDC Advisory Panel Holds Emergency Meeting Today on J&J Vaccine. Aired 10- 10:30a ET
• Defense Questions Pathology Expert in Chauvin Trial. Aired 11:30a-12p ET
• Defense Questions Pathology Expert in Chauvin Trial. Aired 11- 11:30a ET
• Defense Questions Pathology Expert in Chauvin Trial. Aired 1- 1:30p ET
• Women Detail Drug Use, Sex at Late-Night Parties with Congressman Gaetz; Biden to Withdraw All U.S. Troops from Afghanistan By September 11th; CDC Advisory Panel Holds Emergency Meeting Today on J&J Vaccine. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• Biden Announces U.S. Withdrawal From Afghanistan; Testimony Continues in Derek Chauvin Trial; Ex-Cop Who Killed Daunte Wright Arrested. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• Live Coverage of Derek Chauvin Trial; David Fowler Is Questioned By the Defense. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• Matt Gaetz Investigation Details; Companies and Leaders Voice Opposition to Voting Restrictions; Withdrawal from Afghanistan; Clarence Castile is Interviewed about Deaths in Minnesota. Aired 9:30- 10a ET
• Defense Questions Pathology Expert in Chauvin Trial; Officer Who Shot Daunte Wright Arrested, Charged with Manslaughter; Pathology Expert: Floyd Died of Cardiac Arrhythmia Brought on by Arterial Clogging During Restraint; CDC Holds Emergency Meeting on J&J Vaccine Pause. Aired 1:30-2p ET
• Prosecution Cross-Examines Pathology Expert in Chauvin Trial. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• Testimony Continues in Derek Chauvin Trial; President Biden Visits Arlington National Cemetery. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• Biden Announces All U.S. Troops to be Out of Afghanistan by 9/11; Prosecution Cross-Examines Pathology Expert in Chauvin Trial. Aired 2:30-3p ET


April 13, 2021
• Netanyahu Vows To Stifle Iran's Nuclear Efforts; U.S. Denies Involvement In Natanz Facility Blackout; WHO Says Vaccines, Measures Can Bring Coronavirus Under Control; German Chancellor Angela Merkel To Meet With Cabinet On Curbing Third Wave; Expert Cardiologist Says Floyd's Death Was Preventable; Some Migrants Expelled By U.S. Face Danger They Had Fled; Chinese Official Admits Efficacy Issue With Its COVID-19 Vaccine; Protests In Montreal Over Curfew. Aired 2-2:45a ET
• Ukraine Estimates an Additional 50,000 Russian Troops Gathering in Border Region and Crimea; Tehran Blames Israel for Natanz Facility Blackout; Police Fire Tear Gas at Crowds in Second Night of Protests after Minnesota Officer Fatally Shoots Black Man; White House Advisor: U.S. Not Dependent on J&J to Reach Vaccine Goals; Hong Kong Won't Air Oscars for First time Since 1969; Protestors on Streets with Curfews in Effect after Fatal Minnesota Shooting. Aired 12-12:45a ET
• Ukrainian President Tours Trenches Amid Russian Troop Buildup; World's Largest Pilgrimage Goes on Amid India's COVID Surge; Vaccines Arrive Too Late for Canada to Avoid Third Wave; Royal Family Mourns During Public Family Rift; Tehran Blames Israel for Natanz Facility Blackout; English Pubs and Other Businesses Reopen; George Floyd's Brother Gives Emotional Testimony. Aired 1-2a ET
• World Needs to Cooperate to Get Out from the Pandemic; Germany Looking to Implement Tougher Restrictions; France Celebrates Easing of Lockdown; Japan Wants to Release Treated Water into the Sea; George Floyd's Family Member Testifies Today; Outrage Spark Over Daunte Wright's Death; Iran Nuclear Incident on Natanz Nuclear Facility; India Surpasses Brazil as Second Most Affected Country; Thousand Evacuated from Red Zone on St. Vincent; Exclusive Look at Eastern Ukraine Front Lines; Moment of Silence and Tributes in Parliament. Aired 3-4a ET
• Body Camera Video Shows Officer Shoot Daunte Wright; Two Tragedies Tear at Racial Divides in Twin Cities Metro; Experts Agree the Floyd's Death was Preventable; Vaccines Arrive Too Late for Canada to Avoid Third Wave; Merkel Meeting with Cabinet on Curbing Third Wave; Tehran Blames Israel for Natanz Outage, Vows Revenge. Aired 4- 4:30a ET
• Police Release Bodycam Footage of Fatal Minnesota Shooting; Japan to Release Treated Fukushima Water into the Sea; Biden Meets Bipartisan Group to Discuss Infrastructure Plan; Some Migrants Expelled by U.S. Face Danger They had Fled. Aired 4:30-5a ET
• CDC and FDA Call for Pause of J&J Vaccine over Blood Clot Concerns; CDC Says, Vaccine Safety Top Priority for Federal Government. Aired 10-10:30a ET
• Honoring Capitol Hill Officer William "Billy" Evans. Aired 11:30a-12p ET
• Prosecution Rests, Defense Begins Case In Chauvin Murder Trial; Honoring Capitol Hill Officer William "Billy" Evans. Aired 11-11:30a ET
• White House Says, J&J will not have Significant Effect on Overall Vaccine Supply; Second Night of Unrest after Police Killing of Daunte Wright. Aired 1-1:30p ET
• CDC and FDA Call for Pause on Use of Johnson & Johnson Vaccine Over Blood Clot Concerns; Second Night of Protests Continues After the Killing of a 20-Year-Old Black Man in Minneapolis; Defense to Begin its Case Today in the Killing of George Floyd; Futures Slide After FDA Pauses Use of J&J Vaccine. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• Testimony Continues in Derek Chauvin Trial; Brooklyn Center, Minnesota, Mayor Holds Press Conference. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• Live Coverage of FDA Media Call Explaining Johnson & Johnson Vaccine Pause; Live Coverage of Billy Evans Motorcade; Live Coverage of Derek Chauvin Trial. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• Chauvin Murder Trial; Sen. Roger Wicker (R-MS) is Interviewed about the Infrastructure Plan; John Kerry is Interviewed about Climate Change. Aired 9:30-10a ET.
• Fifth Officer to Arrive on Scene Testifies Crowd Seemed "Aggressive"; Officer Who Shot Daunte Wright Resigns; Brooklyn Center Mayor Holds Press Conference; Brooklyn Center Police Chief Resigns, New Leadership Announced; Mother of Daunte Wright Speaks of Last Phone Call with Son. Aired 1:30-2p ET
• Prosecution Cross-Examines Use-Of-Force Expert in Chauvin Trial. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• Defense Questions Use-of-Force Expert in Chauvin Trial. Aired 2:30-3p ET
• Testimony Continues In Derek Chauvin Trial. Aired 3-3:30p ET


April 12, 2021
• Tehran Nuclear Facility Experiences Blackout; Royal Siblings Grateful for Outpouring of Support; Recent Tensions Ease in Northern Ireland; England Enters 'Step 2' of Exiting Lockdown; India Hits 100 Million Vaccinations, But Cases Still Surge; Thailand Pins Tourism Reopening Hopes on Vaccines; Protesters March Peacefully in Myanmar after Weekend of Violence; St. Vincent Suffers power Outage after Volcano Eruption. Aired 12-1a ET
• Protests March Peacefully after Weekend of Violence; Germany Surpasses 3 Million Cases since Pandemic Began; St. Vincent Suffers Power Outage after Volcano Eruption; Matsuyama's Major Win; Iran's Nuclear Chief: Natanz Incident A "Terrorist Action"; England's Cautious Return To Normalcy; Festival Draws Millions As India's COVID Cases Spike. Aired 1-2a ET
• Recent Tensions Ease In Northern Ireland; Power Outage Follows Volcanic Eruptions; Women And Diversity Win Big At British Awards Ceremony; Iran Nuclear Facility Sabotaged; Michigan's Surging New COVID Cases, Calling for More Vaccines; England Begins Phase Two of Exiting Restrictions; Pilgrimage in India Feared to Spike Surge of New COVID-19 Cases; Special Session in the House of Commons for Prince Philip. Aired 2-3a ET
• England Enters Step Two in Easing COVID Restrictions; Germany Tops Three Million Cases, ICU Beds at Peak Occupancy; Congress Returns this Week with Infrastructure on Agenda; Protests Erupt After Man Dies in Officer-Involved Shooting; Third Week of Chauvin Trial to Begin in Coming Hours; U.S. Army Officer Sues Police for Excessive Force. Aired 4-4:30a ET
• Trial for Derek Chauvin Wraps Up; Police Paranoid with Traffic Violations; Airline Facing a Tough Challenge Ahead; Royal Family Prepares Prince Philip's Funeral; Tribe in Vanuatu Mourns for the Duke of Edinburgh; Thailand Tourist Industry Wants to See Life Back to Normal; A Day to Celebrate in England; Michigan's COVID-19 Cases Rising; Iran Points Finger to Israel for Natanz Incident; Myanmar's Military Have Different Version of Story; Outrage Spark in the Streets of Minnesota. Aired 3-4a ET
• House of Commons to Meet to Remember Duke of Edinburgh; Recent Tensions Ease in Northern Ireland; Iranian Foreign Minister Blames Israel for Natanz Incident; Protesters in Myanmar March Peacefully After Weekend of Violence; Hideki Matsuyama is First Japanese Golfer to Win Masters. Aired 4:30-5a ET
• Police Fatally Shoot Black Man in Minnesota, Inflaming Tension During Chauvin Murder Trial; Three Officers Shot During Police Chase in Georgia; Today, Biden to Hold Bipartisan Meeting on Infrastrcture. Aired 10-10:30a ET
• Prosecution Questions Cardiologist in Chauvin Trial. Aired 11- 11:30a ET
• Prosecution Questions Cardiologist in Chauvin Trial; Cardiologist Says, Floyd was Restrained in a Life-Threatening Manner; Cardiologist Say, I Didn't See Any of the Signs of an Opiate Overdose. Aired 11:30a-12p ET
• Police Give Update on Fatal Shooting of Black Man during Traffic Stop; Police Release Body Cam Video of Fatal Traffic Stop Shooting. Aired 1-1:30p ET
• Michigan Governor Calls for More Vaccine Supplies; Biden Holds Bipartisan Meeting; Ukraine Front Lines amid Russia Tensions. Aired 9:30-10a ET
• Biden Administration Denies Michigan Governor Request for Additional Vaccine; Fatal Minneapolis Shooting Impacts Derek Chauvin Trial; Live Coverage of Derek Chauvin Trial With Jonathan Rich Testifying. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• Derek Chauvin Trial Continues; Deadly Minneapolis Police Shooting. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• Minneapolis Police Fatally Shot a Black Man, Inflaming Tensions During Chauvin Trial; Virginia Police Officer Fired After Pepper- Spraying Active Duty Army Officer; Michigan Governor Calls for More Vaccine Supplies As Cases Surge; Stock Futures Slip After Record Highs. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• Derek Chauvin Trial Continues. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• Police During Briefing: Officer Drew Handgun Instead of Taser, Shot Daunte Wright; Soon, George Floyd's Brother to Testify in Chauvin Murder Trial; Cardiologist Can Say With "High Degree" of Certainty that George Floyd Did Not Die of a Cardiac Event or Drug Overdose. Aired 1:30-2p ET
• Derek Chauvin Murder Trial Continues; Use-Of-Force Expert Says Force Has to Be Reasonable When First Used and Throughout the Duration That It Is Used. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• Prosecution Questions George Floyd's Brother in Derek Chauvin Trial; Prosecution Questions Seth Stoughton, a Use-of-Force Expert, in the Derek Chauvin Trial. Aired 2:30-3p ET


April 11, 2021
• Remembering Prince Philip; More Universities Requiring Proof Of Vaccination; U.S. Reports One-Day Vaccination Record Of 4.6 Million Shots; Some Maine Residents Refusing Vaccination; Brazil COVID-19 Variant Spreads In South America; Over 80 Killed In Myanmar On Friday; Busy Weekend For Biden With Climate, Infrastructure On Agenda; Rare Tropical Cyclone To Land In Western Australia. Aired 12-1a ET
• U.S. Reports One-Day Vaccination Record Of 4.6 Million Shots; Remembering Prince Philip; More Universities Requiring Proof Of Vaccination; African Nations Remember The Duke Of Edinburgh; Death Of George Floyd; Michigan's Spike In COVID-19 Cases; Over 80 Killed In Myanmar On Friday; Northern Ireland Violence; Rare Tropical Cyclone To Land In Western Australia; Hideki Matsuyama Takes Lead At Masters. Aired 1-2a ET
• More Universities Requiring Proof Of Vaccination; Remembering Prince Philip; U.S. Federal Government Will Not Change Vaccine Allocations; Michigan's Spike In COVID-19 Cases; Germany Reports Almost 18,000 Cases over 24 Hours; Japanese Perform First Living Donor Lung Transplant To A COVID-19 Patient; Some U.S. Marines Refuse Vaccine; Over 80 Killed In Myanmar On Friday; Ash, Sulfur From La Soufriere Volcano Covers St. Vincent Island; Nitrogen, Phosphorus Dumps Pollute Florida's Water. Aired 2-3a ET
• Four States Report Adverse Reactions To J&J Vaccine; U.S. Reports One-Day Vaccination Record Of 4.6 Million Shots; Remembering Prince Philip; Over 80 Killed In Myanmar On Friday; Brazil COVID-19 Variant Spreads In South America; Police Break Up Secret Party At Paris Restaurant; Japanese Perform First Living Donor Lung Transplant To A COVID-19 Patient; U.S. Defense Secretary Tours Israel, Allied Nations; Ash, Sulfur From La Soufriere Volcano Covers St. Vincent Island. Aired 3-4a ET
• Michigan's Spike In COVID-19 Cases; More Universities Requiring Proof Of Vaccination; Europe Continues To Struggle With Vaccine Rollout; Remembering Prince Philip; Hospitalizations Spike In Canada's Third Wave; Over 80 Killed In Myanmar On Friday; Ash, Sulfur From La Soufriere Volcano Covers St. Vincent Island; COVID-19 Squeezes Ketchup Packet Supply. Aired 4-5a ET
• Michigan's Spike In COVID-19 Cases; Police Break Up Secret Party At Paris Restaurant; Europe Continues To Struggle With Vaccine Rollout; California Prepares For Return To Live Events; Remembering Prince Philip; Over 80 Killed In Myanmar On Friday; New COVID-19 Restrictions In Delhi; Hospitalizations Spike In Canada's Third Wave; U.S. Defense Secretary Tours Israel, Allied Nations; Russia's Presence In Arctic Worries U.S.; Ash, Sulfur From La Soufriere Volcano Covers St. Vincent Island. Aired 5-6a ET
• Black-Latino Army Officer Suing Two Virginia Police Officers; Prosecution Entering 3rd Week Of Presenting Case Against Chauvin; U.S. Administers Record 4.6 Million Vaccine Doses In One Day; Michigan Sees Alarming Uptick In New Cases, Fueled By U.K. Variant; Michigan Governor To White House: Surge Vaccines To Hotspot States Now; Biden Takes Plea For Infrastructure Money To Capitol Hill; Prince Philip's Funeral To Be Held Next Saturday. Aired 2-3p ET
• Trump Maintains His Influence Over The GOP From Mar-a-Lago; Testimony Resumes Monday In Derek Chauvin Trial; Investigation Of Rep. Gaetz; Pandemic Rise In Michigan; Prince Philip Funeral; CNN Heroes 15th Anniversary. Aired 4-5p ET
• Two Virginia Police Sued By Black And Latino Army Officer For A Traffic Stop; Medical Examiner Ruled George Floyd's Death As Homicide; Trump Criticizes Pence And McConnell At Republican Event; Alarming Surge Of COVID Cases In Michigan; Iran Says Incident At Iran Nuclear Site Was Terrorism; Coinbase Goes Public On Wednesday; St. Vincent No Power And Water As Volcano Erupts. Aired 5-6p ET
• U.S. Administers Record 4.6 Million Vaccine Doses In One Day; Iran Claims Terrorist Action Caused Blackout At Nuclear Site; Police Officers Accused Of Using Excessive Force On Army Officer. Aired 3-4p ET
• Biden To Hold Bipartisan Meeting On Infrastructure Tomorrow; Michigan Sees COVID-19 Cases Surging; U.S. Vaccinating Nearly Five Times Faster Than Global Average; CBP Reports 71 Percent Spike In Migrants Trying To Cross Border In March; Trump Bashes McConnell In Speech, Claims Election Was Rigged; More Colleges Require Students Be Vaccinated Before Returning; Texas Sees Spike In People Moving From California. Aired 6-7p ET
• Virginia Police Officers Accused Of Using Excessive Force On Army Officer; On Getting The COVID Vaccine While Pregnant; Former Republican Lawmaker On GOP Embracing Lies; Texas Senate Advances Bill Tightening Voter Restrictions. Aired 7-8p ET
• Michigan Sees COVID-19 Cases Surging; White House Hosting Bipartisan Infrastructure Meeting Monday; Trump Bashes McConnell in a Speech to Top Republican Donors; Family Sickened by U.K. COVID Variant Shares Their Experience; Series About a Mother's Fight for Justice Against the KKK; Hideki Matsuyama Wins Masters Tournament. Aired 8-9p ET


April 10, 2021
• Prince Philip Dead at Age 99. Aired 12-12:15a ET
• Prince Philip Dead at Age 99; St. Vincent's La Soufriere Volcano Erupts. Aired 1-1:30a ET
• Prince Philip Dead at Age 99; St. Vincent's La Soufriere Volcano Erupts; Russia-Ukraine Tensions. Aired 2-2:45a ET
• Prince Philip Dead at Age 99; France Further Limits Use of AstraZeneca Vaccine; St. Vincent's La Soufriere Volcano Erupts. Aired 3-3:30a ET
• Prince Philip Dead at Age 99; House Ethics Committee Opens Probe Into U.S. Rep. Matt Gaetz; Forensic Expert Testifies Police Actions Caused George Floyd's Death; U.S. Officials Urge Fighting Vaccine Hesitancy; St. Vincent's La Soufriere Volcano Erupts. Aired 4- 5a ET
• Centers for Disease Control and Prevention States More than 20 Percent of U.S. Population Fully Vaccinated for COVID-19; Coronavirus Cases in Michigan Continue Increasing; Department of Health and Health Services Investigating Allegations of Abuse at Site Sheltering Unaccompanied Immigrant Minors in Texas; Florida Republican Congressman Matt Gaetz States He Will Not Step Down Amidst Allegations of Sex Trafficking and Misconduct; Medical Experts Testify during Second Week of Trial of Derek Chauvin for Murder of George Floyd; Prince Philip, Husband of Queen Elizabeth II of United Kingdom, Passes Away; Volcano Erupts on Caribbean Island of Saint Vincent. Aired 10- 11a ET
• Prince Philip Dies At Age 99; House Ethics Committee Opens Probe Into U.S. Rep. Matt Gaetz; Forensic Expert Testifies Police Actions Caused George Floyd's Death; St. Vincent's La Soufriere Volcano Erupts; Justin Rose Leads Masters. Aired 5-6a ET
• Rep. Gaetz Defiant In Face Of Sex Trafficking Probe And Calls To Resign; GOP Rep. Gaetz In Potential Peril As His Associate Likely To Strike Plea Deal In Sex Trafficking Probe; CDC: 68-Million-Plus In The U.S. Fully Vaccinated Against COVID-19; Prince Harry To Attend Funeral For Prince Philip; Second Week Of Testimony In Chauvin's Murder Trial Comes To A Close; Law Enforcement Witnesses Criticize Derek Chauvin's Use Of Force; Boehner: Trump "Incited" Insurrection For "Selfish Reasons". Aired 12-1p ET
• Medical Expert Warns About Possible Fourth Surge In Coronavirus Cases In U.S.; Prince Philip, Husband Of Queen Elizabeth II Of United Kingdom, Passes Away; Conservative Women's Group Holds Event For Trump Supporters; Florida Republican Rep. Matt Gaetz States He Will Not Step Down Amidst Allegations Of Sex Trafficking And Misconduct; Medical Experts Testify During Second Week Of Trial Of Derek Chauvin For Murder Of George Floyd; Video by Republican Harris County Official In Texas Draws Concerns Of Voter Suppression. Aired 2-3p ET
• Michigan Governor To White House: Surge Vaccines To Hotspot States Now; Rep. Gaetz Defiant In Face Of Sex Trafficking Probe And Calls To Resign; Voting Rights Battle; Second Week Of Chauvin's Murder Trial Comes To A Close; Britain Mourning The Passing Of Prince Philip; Biden White House Setting Up Commission To Study Supreme Court Reform. Aired 11a-12p ET
• Republican Voters Embrace Conspiracy Theories About Capitol Riot; House Ethics Committee Launches Investigation Into Rep. Gaetz; Medical Examiner Tells Jury George Floyd's Death Was A Homicide; Sal Khan, CEO, Khan Academy, Discusses The Impact Of Remote Learning On America's Children; Prince Harry Is Said To Return To U.K. To Attend Prince Philip's Funeral; Prince Charles Speaks After Death Of His Father; Third Explosion Of Volcano On St. Vincent In Caribbean. Aired 3-4p ET
• Rep. Gaetz Defiant In Face Of Sex Trafficking Probe & Calls To Resign; Second Week Of Testimony In Chauvin Murder Trial Comes To A Close; Medical Examiner: George Floyd's Death Was A Homicide; Fauci: No Cause For Concern Over Breakthrough COVID Cases; Firefighters Go "Beyond The Call Of Duty" To Vaccinate Homebound Seniors; Florida Sees Highest Rate Of COVID Variants In The U.S.; Production Problems Behind Drastic Drop In Johnson & Johnson Vaccine Supply. Aired 1-2p ET
• CDC Warns Of Surging Cases Even With 68 Million Americans Vaccinated; Medical Examiner Tells Jury George Floyd's Death Was A Homicide; Gaetz Defiant In Face Of Sex Trafficking Probe & Calls To Resign; Interview With Rep. Veronica Escobar (D-TX); Fox Facing Calls To Fire Tucker Carlson After He Spreads Anti-Immigrant "Replacement Theory". Aired 4-5p ET
• CNN: White House Sending 160 Additional FEMA Vaccinations To Michigan Amid A Surge Of New COVID Infections; Biden Holds Meeting In First Weekend At White House In Weeks; Rep. Gaetz Defiant Amid Sex Trafficking Probe And Calls To Resign; Myanmar Crackdown Continues, At Least 700 People Killed; Prince Philip's Funeral To Be Held Next Saturday. Aired 8-9p ET
• Republican Voters Embrace Conspiracy Theories About Capitol Riot; Trump To Speak During GOP Donor Retreat At Mar-a-Lago; CDC Warns Of Surging Cases Even With 68 Million Americans Vaccinated; Expert Witnesses Testify About The Direct Cause Of Floyd's Death; Rep. Gaetz Strikes Defiant Tone At Women's Summit While Under Investigation For Sex Trafficking; A Look At How The GOP Rallied Around Roy Moore When Under Investigation For Allegations Of Sexual Misconduct. Aired 5-6p ET
• Michigan's COVID-19 Positivity Rate Rises To 18 Percent; Medical Examiner Testifies George Floyd's Death Was A Homicide; Interview With Rep. Vicente Gonzalez (D-TX); Record Number Of Unaccompanied Minors At Border In March; Texas Bill Limits Early Voting Hours, Bans Drive-Through Voting; House Opens Ethics Investigation Into Rep. Matt Gaetz; Prince Philip's Funeral To Be Held Next Saturday. Aired 6-7p ET
• California To Fully Reopen July 15 Amid Falling Case Rates; Supreme Court Again Blocks Religious Restriction; Medical Examiner: George Floyd's Death Was A Homicide; Inside Myanmar's Brutal Military Crackdown, As Pro-Democracy Activists Beg For Justice; People Bang Pots And Pans Showing Resistance To Military Rule In Myanmar; Debate Grows Over Use Of Vaccine Passports; At Least 13 Mass Shootings In The U.S. So Far This Month. Aired 7-8p ET


April 09, 2021
• CNN Inside Myanmar Amid Deadly Crackdown; More Unrest in Belfast, Despite Unified Calls for Calm; E.U. Herd Immunity Projection; Brazil's COVID Crisis Intensifies; China Conducts Air and Sea Exercises around Taiwan; Russia-Ukraine Tensions; Iran Releases South Korean Tanker Seized in January; Renowned Medical Expert on the Stand; St. Vincent on "Red Alert" as Volcano Eruption "Imminent"; Masters Golf Tournament Returns with Spectators. Aired 1-2a ET
• At Least 600 Reported Killed in Myanmar's Brutal Crackdown; Resistance Undeterred by Violence in Myanmar; U.K. Health Secretary: All Three Approved Vaccines Are Safe; Brazil Reports 4,200+ Deaths, Another Record; U.S. Considers Sending Warships to Black Sea; Renowned Medical Expert on the Stand; Volcanic Explosion Imminent on St. Vincent; Scammers Offer Fake COVID Vaccines Online; Attorneys: Associate of GOP Congressman Likely to Strike Plea Deal. Aired 12- 12:45a ET
• President Biden Announces Limited Gun Restrictions; Experts Testifies In Derek Chauvin's Murder Trial; South Korean Tanker Freed; COVID-19 Deaths Spike In Brazil; St. Vincent Volcano Eruption Imminent; Unexpected customer in 7-11 Thailand, A Giant Monitor Lizard; People in Myanmar Want Their Democracy Back; Protesters Calling Out Coup to Stop; E.U. Looking Ahead to Achieving Their Herd Immunity; India's COVID Cases Hit Another Record High; Dark Web Taking Advantage of the Global Crisis. Aired 3-4a ET
• St. Vincent On Red Alert As Volcano Eruption Imminent; Antarctic ICE Shelf Under Threat; Vaccines May Provide Relief To COVID Long Haulers; Crisis in Myanmar: CNN Goes Inside Myanmar as Military Conducts; Some Countries are Limiting Use of AstraZeneca Vaccine; South America is Struggling with Troubling Surge. Aired 2-3a ET
• Expert Witness: Floyd Died from Low Oxygen Level; Biden Announces Limited Gun Restrictions Following Mass Shootings; U.K. Health Secy.: All Three Approved Vaccines are Safe; EU Vaccine Chief: Herd Immunity is Possible by July; Dr. Fauci: U.S. is on the Brink of Another Case Surge; Attorney: Matt Gaetz Associate Likely to Strike Plea Deal; St. Vincent on Red Alert as Volcano Eruption Imminent. Aired 4-4:30a ET
• Biden Announces Limited Gun Restrictions After Mass Shootings; U.S. Senator Joe Manchin Discusses His Role as Power Broker. Top Iranian Negotiator Meets Head of U.N. Nuclear Watchdog; Ads for COVID- 19 Vaccines Found on Dark Web; England's Justin Rose Leads on Day One at the Masters. Aired 4:30-5a ET
• Prince Philip Dead at Age 99; European Regulators Probe Possible Link Between Blood Clots and Johnson & Johnson Vaccine; Tenth Day of Testimony in Derek Chauvin Murder Trial. Aired 10-10:30a ET
• Prosecution Questions Forensic Pathologist in Chauvin Trial; Forensic Pathologist Says, Primary Mechanism of Death is Asphyxia or Low Oxygen. Aired 11:30a-12p ET
• Prosecution Questions Forensic Pathologist in Chauvin Trial. Aired 11-11:30a ET
• Prince Philip Dead at Age 99; Pulmonary Expert Says George Floyd Died Due to Low Level of Oxygen; First GOP Member of Congress Calls on Congressman Matt Gaetz to Resign; Vaccine Advisors to the U.S. Government Say They would Not Take the AstraZeneca COVID Vaccine. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• AstraZeneca's Vaccine in U.S.; Manchin Calls for Bipartisanship; Chip Bergh is Interviewed about Restrictive Voting Measures. Aired 9:30-10a ET
• Defense Cross-Examines Forensic Pathologist in Chauvin Trial; Prosecution Questions Forensic Pathologist in Chauvin Trial; Forensic Pathologist Says, Video Evidence was Key. Aired 1-1:30p ET
• DMX Dies; Republican Congressman Calls For Matt Gaetz to Resign; Prince Philip Dies; Expert Testimony Continues in Derek Chauvin Trial. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• Live Coverage of Derek Chauvin Trial; Forensic Pathologist is Questioned by Prosecution; Lindsey Thomas Explains Cause and Mechanism of George Floyd's Death. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• Forensic Pathologist: Stress of Impending Death Put Additional Strain on Floyd's Muscles, Heart, "A Double Whammy" Along with Restraint; Prosecution Hands Out Photos of Floyd Autopsy in Courtroom; Pfizer Asks FDA to Expand Vaccine EUA to 12-15 Year Olds; CDC: 1 in 4 Adults Fully Vaccinated; Rep. Kinzinger 1st Republican to Call on Rep. Gaetz to Resign; Prince Philip Dead at Age 99. Aired 1:30-2p ET
• Continuing Coverage of the Derek Chauvin Trial. Defense Cross- Examines Medical Examiner Who Did Floyd's Autopsy. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• Soon, Day 10 of Chauvin Trial to Resume; Forensic Pathologist: Autopsy Ruled Out Any Recent Heart Attack in George Floyd; Prosecution Questions Chief Medical Examiner Who Performed Autopsy on George Floyd. Aired 2:30-3p ET
• Medical Examiner Who Examined George Floyd's Body Says He Had No Visible Or Microscopic Damage To His Heart Muscle. Aired 3-3:30p ET


April 08, 2021
• COVID-19 Most Worrisome in South America; Regulators Say AstraZeneca Vaccine Benefits Outweigh Risks; White House "Disturbed" by Reports of Navalny's Worsening Health; Taiwan: Would Fight to End Against China; First-Hand Look of Restoration at Notre Dame Cathedral; Former Florida Tax Collector at Center of GOP Congressman's Legal Troubles; Florida Governor Bans Businesses from Requiring 'Vaccine Passports'; Biden to Announce New Executive Actions on Guns. Aired 12- 12:45a ET
• Regulators: AstraZeneca Vaccine Benefits Outweigh Risks; Asia- Pacific Region Hurt By Slow Vaccine Rollout; COVID-19 Makes Iraq's Drug Epidemic Worse; Use of Force Expert: Chauvin Used "Deadly Force" on Floyd; Jordan's King Breaks Silence after Royal Family Fallout; U.A.E.'s Nuclear Power Plant Begins Commercial Operations; First-Hand Look at Cathedral Restoration. Aired 1-2a ET
• Regulators Say AstraZeneca Vaccine Benefits Outweigh Risks; COVID-19 Fatigue, Variants Challenge Asia Pacific; U.K. Variant Now Dominant in the U.S.; Myanmar Crisis; Tension between Iran and Israel after Ships Attacked; White House "Disturbed" by Reports of Navalny's Worsening Health; Video Sparks Debate about George Floyd's Drug Use, IMF Suggests Some Nations Consider "Solidarity" Taxes. Aired 2-2:45a ET
• Link to AstraZeneca Blood Clots Now Confirmed; Health Experts Wants to Erase Doubts on AstraZeneca; Brazil's Healthcare System on the Brink of Collapse; Foreign Aid to Palestinian Group Reinstated; Chauvin's Defense Blame's George Floyd's Death to Drugs; WHO Calls For Action To Address Global Vaccine Inequity; Pandemic Appears To Be Widening Global Health Care Gap; Jordan's King Breaks Silence About Royal Family Fallout; Iraq's War On Crystal Meth; Israel Remembering Six Million Lost; UAE's Nuclear Power Plant Begins Commercial Operations; Meeting Mishap In Turkey. Aired 3-4a ET
• Chauvin Investigator Changes Mind on Witness Stand; U.K. Regulator: AstraZeneca Stumble Could Cause More Vaccine Hesitancy; Biden to Announce Executive Actions on Gun Control; Boehner Says Trump Incited "Bloody Insurrection"; Sources: Rep. Matt Gaetz Sought Preemptive Pardon. Aired 4-4:30a ET
• U.S. Restores Support to U.N. Palestinian Agency; Jordan's King Breaks Silence About Royal Family Fallout; Florida Governor Signs Executive Order Banning Vaccine Passports; Asia-Pacific Region Hurt by Slow Vaccine Rollout; IMF Suggests Some Nations Consider "Solidarity Taxes". Aired 4:30-5a ET
• Soon, Trial Resumes for Ex-Cop Charged in George Floyd's Death; Biden to Announce Initial Set of Executive Actions on Gun Control; CDC Warns U.K. Variant Now Dominant Strain in U.S. Aired 10-10:30a ET
• Prosecution to Call More Witnesses in Chauvin's Trial; Lawyers Argue Over George Floyd's Words on Drug Use; Kentucky Governor Signs New Bipartisan Law Expanding Voting Access; Biden to Announce Initial Set of Executive Actions on Gun Control; At Least 5 People Dead in Mass Shooting in South Carolina; Senator Joe Manchin Says He'd Never Vote to End Filibuster; Dr. Fauci Concerned Over Lack of Continued Significant Decrease in Coronavirus Cases. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• Biden Unveils Executive Actions on Guns Control; Ninth Day of Testimony in Derek Chauvin Murder Trial. Aired 11:30a-12p ET
• Prosecution Questions Pulmonology Expert in Chauvin Trial. Aired 11-11:30a ET
• Biden to Announce Gun Control; Kentucky Expands Voting Access; Debate over Vaccine Passports; Biden Pushes Infrastructure. Aired 9:30-10a ET
• Pulmonology Expert Says, Floyd Died from a Low Level of Oxygen; Rep. Matt Gaetz (R-FL) Associate Likely to Strike Cooperation Deal with Government. Aired 1-1:30p ET
• Biden Announces Gun Reform Executive Actions; Matt Gaetz Associate Likely to Strike Plea Deal; Pulmonologist Testifies in Chauvin Trial. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• Live Coverage of Derek Chauvin Trial; Pulmonologist Martin Tobin is Questioned by the Prosecution; Composite Animation And Video Stills Presented in Trial. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• Matt Gaetz Associate Likely to Strike Plea Deal; Pulmonologist Testifies in Chauvin Trial. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• Fauci: Daily COVID Cases Have Plateaued at "Disturbingly High Level"; Some "Long-Hauler" COVID Patients See Symptoms Improve after Vaccination; AstraZeneca Vaccines Faces Further Setbacks in U.K. & E.U.; Gaetz Associate Likely to Strike Plea Deal with Government; Biden Signs Executive Orders on Gun Control; Manchin's Growing Power in Senate Could Impact Biden Agenda. Aired 1:30-2p ET
• Prosecution Questions Forensic Toxicologist in Chauvin Trial. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• Doctor: "Highly Misleading" to Think Someone Can Breathe if They're Talking; Defense Cross-Examines Pulmonologist in Chauvin Trial. Aired 2:30-3p ET


April 07, 2021
• Global COVID Cases Rise; Nuclear Talks Renewed; Israel's President Asks Netanyahu to Form Government; Key Witnesses Testify at Derek Chauvin's Trial; India Reports Its Biggest Daily Jump in COVID Cases; Amnesty International: Pandemic Amplified Decades of Inequalities. Aired 1-1:45a ET
• Oxford University Pauses Pediatric Trials; Vaccine Supply Challenges E.U.'s Vaccination Program; Iran Says Take It or Leave It; Experts Testified Against Derek Chauvin; No Special Treatment for Alexei Navalny in Jail; Jordan Bans All Media Coverage on Royal Family; Dutch Cargo Ship Adrift After Rescue; Possible Fourth Wave Coronavirus in Japan. Aired 3-3:45a ET
• WHO: Global Cases Rise for Sixth Straight Week; Canada Facing "Very Serious" Third Wave; WHO: Benefits of AstraZeneca Vaccine Outweigh Risks; India Reports Biggest Jump in COVID-19 Cases; Russia Denies Navalny's Health Is at Risk; U.S. and Iran's Indirect Talks to Revive Nuclear Deal Inconclusive; Doctors Still Looking for Best COVID-19 Treatment; Customers Watch Chauvin Trial at Cup Foods. Aired 2-2:45a ET
• Key Witnesses Testify at Derek Chauvin's Trial; Biden Moves Up Vaccine Eligibility Deadline to April 19; Oxford Pauses AstraZeneca Pediatric Vaccine Trial; EU to Announce Update on AstraZeneca Vaccine; Republicans Keep Distance from Matt Gaetz, McConnell Warns Corporate America to Stay Out of Politics. Aired 4-4:30a ET
• Iran: First Round of Talks Constructive; Kremlin: No Special Treatment for Jailed Critic Navalny; Variants Driving Possible Fourth Wave in Japan; Activists and Lawmakers Push Back Against Anti-Trans Policies; Israel's President Asks Netanyahu to Form Government; Trump Seemingly Spotted with Coke Bottle after Boycott Demands. Aired 4:30- 5a ET
• Soon, LAPD Sergeant to Retake Stand, Says Chauvin Used Excessive Force; California to Fully Reopen Activities and Businesses on June 15; Testimony Resumes in Derek Chauvin Murder Trial. Aired 10- 10:30a ET
• California to Fully Reopen Activities and Businesses on June 15; President Biden Reminds America Not Yet at the Finish Line of the Pandemic; Testimony Will Resume Today In The Chauvin Murder Trial; The New York Times Reporting Congressman Matt Gaetz Privately Sought Out A Presidential Pardon From Trump Before He Left Office. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• Chauvin Trial Evidence; Use of Force Expert: "No Force Should Have Been Used" Once Floyd Was Handcuffed And On The Ground. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• Defense Cross-Examines LAPD Use-of-Force Expert. Aired 11- 11:30a ET
• President Biden Touts Infrastructure Plan; Testimony Continues in Derek Chauvin Trial. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• Defense Cross-Examines LAPD Use-of-Force Expert; Day 8 of Witness Testimony in Derek Chauvin Murder Trial; CDC Director: UK Variant is Now Dominant COVID Strain in the U.S.; Continuing Coverage of the Derek Chauvin Trial; Biden on Pandemic: "We're Not at the Finish Line;" CDC Director: Youth Sports, Day Cares Contributing to COVID Clusters; WH: U.S. Will Approach Half of All Adults Partly Vaccinated by This Weekend; CNN Analysis: Timeline for Vaccinating Adults Varies Greatly Between States; CNN Analysis: Willing Adults in Some States May Be Waiting All Year for Vaccine. Aired 11:30a-12p ET.
• Day Eight of Witness Testimony in Derek Chauvin Murder Trial; Prosecution Questions Use-of-Force Expert in Chauvin Trial. Aired 1- 1:30p ET
• Rep. Matt Gaetz Sought Pardon; Lyft President John Zimmer is Interviewed about Georgia's Voting Laws and Corporate Tax Rate Increases; Lawsuit Blames Trump for Capitol Riot. Aired 9:30-10a ET.
• CDC: U.K. B-117 Variant Is Most Common Circulating in U.S.; White House: Half of U.S. Adults Could Have Vaccine Dose by Month's End; Fauci: No Exact Number to Signal End of Pandemic; Study: One- Third of COVID Survivors Suffer Neurological or Mental Health Disorders; Tiger Woods Crash Investigation Details Released; GOP Rep. Matt Gaetz Sought Preemptive Pardon from Trump; Stephen Miller Responds to Boehner Criticism of Trump, Tries to Tie Boehner to China; Soon, 8th Day of Testimony in Derek Chauvin Trial to Resume. Aired 1:30-2p ET
• White House Variant First Identified in U.K. Now Most Dominant in U.S.; Day Eight of Witness Testimony in Chauvin Murder Trial; Aired 3:30-4p ET
• Biden Tries to Sell $2 Trillion Infrastructure Plan as GOP Resists; Prosecution Questions Use-of-Force Expert in Chauvin Trial; Defense Cross Examines Use-of-Force Expert in Chauvin Trial. Aired 2:30-3p ET
• U.K. COVID Variant Now Dominant Strain In U.S.; Testimony Continues In Derek Chauvin Trial. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• WHO: Global Cases Rise for Sixth Straight Week; Canada Facing "Very Serious" Third Wave; WHO: Benefits of AstraZeneca Vaccine Outweigh Risks; Customers Watch Chauvin Trial at Cup Foods; Russia Denies Navalny's Health Is at Risk; Jordan Bans Social Media Posts about Royal Squabble; WHO: COVID-19 Shows Health Inequalities Around World; IMF: Uneven COVID-19 Recovery May Leave Nations Behind; Houthi Rebels Step Up Attacks on Saudi Arabia; McConnell: Corporations are 'Stupid' to Criticize Georgia Election Law; Biden Directs States to Make Every American Adult Eligible for COVID Vaccine by April 19. Aired 12-12:45a ET


April 06, 2021
• CNN Reports From Myanmar Amid Military Crackdown; Police Chief Testifies Chauvin Violated Use Of Force Policy; U.K. May Permit International Travel May 17; Ethical Concerns Over Vaccine Passports; Jordan Says Prince Hamzah Has Pledged Allegiance To The King; U.S. Says Talks With Iran In Vienna Are 'A Step Forward'; U.S. Teaming Up with UAE To Raise Clean Energy Funding; HBO Filmmaker Uncovers Potential Identity Of Individual Behind QAnon; Variants, Spike In Cases, Threaten Vaccination Progress. Aired 12-12:45a ET
• North Korea Skipping Olympic Games; Debate Over Vaccine Passports; Putin's Latest Political Power Play; Police Chief Testifies Chauvin Violated Use of Force Policy; Sellout Crowd at Baseball Game Amid Fears of New Surge; New Video Shows World's Deepest Known Shipwreck. Aired 1-1:45a ET
• Video Showing Smugglers Dropping Children at U.S.-Mexico Border; Deepest Known Shipwreck Found Off Philippines Sea; U.K. Variant Scattered in 50 States; North Korea Back Out of Tokyo Olympics; Travel is Open Between Australia and New Zealand; India Reported Another Record High in COVID Cases; Minneapolis Chief of Police Testifies Against Derek Chauvin; Royal Rift Coming to an End; Biden Administration Hopes to Re-negotiate JCPOA Deal with Iran. Aired 3-3:45a ET
• CNN Reports from Myanmar amid Military Crackdown; New Zealand to Open Border with Australia; Ethical Concerns over Vaccine Passports; Navalny to Keep Up Hunger Strike; Prince Hamzah Pledges Allegiance to Jordanian King; North Korea Won't Participate in Tokyo Games. Aired 2-2:45a ET
• Police Chief Testifies Chauvin Violated Use of Force Policy; Forensic Scientist: Cause of Hypoxia Critical to Trial; Easter Holiday Air Travel Sets Pandemic-Era Records; France Investigates Secret Dinner Parties for Paris Elite; U.K. Prime Minister Reveals Plan for Easing Restrictions; India Struggling to Contain Second Wave of Covid- 19; Baylor Stuns Gonzaga to Win First Men's Title. Aired 4-4:30a ET
• Biden Administration Defends Infrastructure Plans; Gaetz "Absolutely Not Resigning" Amid Sex Crime Investigation; U.S. Says Talks with Iran in Vienna are a Step Forward; Alexey Navalny Says He Will Keep Up Prison Hunger Strike; Michigan Facing Spike in COVID-19 Cases. Aired 4:30-5a ET
• Soon, Prosecution to Call more Witnesses in Chauvin Trial; CNN Reports, Biden to Announce He's Moving Deadline for All Adults to be Eligible for Coronavirus Vaccine to April 19; White House Says, Biden will Invite Bipartisan Meetings of Congress to Oval Office Next Week to Talk Infrastructure. Aired 10-10:30a ET
• Biden to Announce Vaccine Eligibility for All Adults by April 19th; Passenger in George Floyd's Car to Invoke 5th Amendment; Full Capacity Crowd in Texas Rangers Home Opener. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• Prosecution Interviews Police Use-of-Force Instructor. Aired 11-11:30a ET
• Defense Cross-Examines Police Use-of-Force Instructor; Day Seven of Witness Testimony in Derek Chauvin Murder Trial. Aired 1- 1:30p ET
• California to Fully Reopen June 15; Testimony Continues in Chauvin Trial. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• Prosecution Interviews Police Use-of-Force Instructor; Use-of- Force Instructor: Should Use "Least Amount of Force" That is Reasonable for the Situation; Police Use-of-Force Instructor: "The Minimum Amount of Force That You Need" to Detain Someone "Is What You Should Use;" Use-of-Force Instructor: Unconscious Neck Restraint Only Allowed For "Active Aggression," "Life-Saving Purposes," Not "Passive Resistance;" "I Would Say No," Chavin's Neck Restraint on Handcuffed, Controlled Person Would Not Be Authorized Use of Force. Aired 11:30a- 12p ET.
• Major League Baseball All-Star Game Relocates to Colorado; Live Coverage of Derek Chauvin Trial; Minneapolis Police Sergeant Ker Yang is Questioned by Prosecution. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• MLB To Announce All-Star Game Location; Chauvin Murder Trial Live Coverage. Aired 9:30-10a ET.
• Testimony Continues in Derek Chauvin Trial. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• Use of Force Instructor: "We Don't Train" Officers to Use Legs in Neck Restraint, Such a Method Would Involve Inner Thigh Not Knee; Biden Sets April 19 as Goal for All U.S. Adults to Be Vaccine Eligible; Fauci: Team Sports a Bigger Driver of Outbreaks Than Classrooms; Texas Executive Order Prevents State Agencies from Requiring Vaccine Passports; Update on Coronavirus Responses Around the World; MLB Moving All-Star Game to Denver; Texas Governor Refuses to Throw First Pitch at Rangers Game; McConnell Says Companies Need to Stay Out of Politics; Any Moment, Biden Visiting Vaccine Site in Alexandria, Virginia. Aired 1:30-2p ET
• Soon, Day 7 of Testimony in Derek Chauvin Trial Resumes; Use- of-Force Instructor: Should Use "Least Amount of Force" That Is Reasonable for Situation; Prosecution Questions Police Medical Response Coordinator; Defense Cross Examines Medical Response Coordinator. Aired 2:30-3p ET
• Day Seven Of The Witness Testimony In Derek Chauvin Trial. Aired 3:30-4p ET


April 05, 2021
• U.K. Government to Soon Make Major Reopening Announcement; Experts Warn U.S. Could Soon Face Another Surge; Pope Francis Leads Scaled-Down Easter Sunday Mass; Jordan Accuses Prince of Trying to destabilize Country; Russia Shoring Up Military Powers in the Arctic; At Least 41 Dead in Eastern Indonesia from Floods and Mudslides; Japan's Cherry Blossoms See Earliest Peak in Decades. Aired 12-1a ET
• Pope Francis Leads Scaled-Down Easter Day Mass; Russia Shoring Up Military Power In The Arctic; Ethiopia Says Eritrean Troops Withdrawing From Tigray; Indonesia Flash Floods Kill At Least 41 People; Florida Crews Pumping Water Out Of Damaged Reservoir; India Reports Record-High Daily Case Increase of 103,558; U.K. Government to Launch Vaccine Passport System Trial; Growing Number of Americans Taking to Skies Again; Jordan Accuses Prince of Trying to Destabilize Country. Aired 1-2 ET
• Vaccinations Racing with Daily Infections; Easing of Restrictions Has Consequences; U.K. Looking to Implement a Vaccine Passport; India's Festivities Worsen COVID-19 Cases; P.M. Benjamin Netanyahu's Trial Resumes; Jordan Accuses Prince of Trying to Destabilize Country; Infrastructure and Jobs Plan is Biden's Next Legislative Push; Russia is Shoring Up Military Power in the Arctic; Florida Crews Work to Stop Catastrophic Flood Situation; Stanford Tops Arizona to Win NCAA Women's Championship. Aired 3-4a ET
• U.S. Vaccinations Up, but Experts Still Cautious; U.K. Plans for Vaccine Passports; India Reports Highest Daily Infection of Coronavirus; Benjamin Netanyahu Back in Court for his Corruption Case; Jordan's Prince Hamzah Accused of Destabilizing the Country; Jordan Accuses Prince Of Trying To Destabilize Country; Ethiopia: Eritrean Troops Are Withdrawing From Tigray; Flash Flooding Kills At 41 People In Indonesia. Aired 2-3a ET
• New Cases of COVID-19 Holding Steady or Falling Across Much of U.S.; U.S. Air Travel Sets Pandemic Record Over Easter Weekend; U.K. Prime Minister to Announce Next Steps in Easing Restrictions; India's Worst-Hit State to Begin Curfews and Weekend Lockdowns; Health Experts Warn Against Quick Return to Normal; Testimony Resumes Monday in Derek Chauvin Murder Trial. Aired 4-4:30a ET
• Russia Shoring Up Military Power in the Artic; Prince Accused of Trying to Destabilize Jordan; Biden Looks for Bipartisan Support for Infrastructure Plan; Cyber Experts: Half a Billion Facebook Users' Data Posted Online; Japan's Cherry Blossoms See Earliest Peak in Decades. Aired 4:30-5a ET
• Toxic Wastewater Leaking in Florida; Bryan Hughes is Interviewed about Texas Voting Legislation; Former Crown Prince Accused of Destabilizing Country. Aired 9:30-10a ET
• Soon, Prosecution Calls More Witnesses in Chauvin Trial; TSA Reports, 6 Million-Plus Screened Since Thursday in Spring Break Travel Surge; Attack at U.S. Capitol Raises Fresh Questions about Security. Aired 10-10:30a ET
• .Day Six of Witness Testimony in Ex-Cop's Murder Trial; Health Expert Says, U.S. in Category 5 Hurricane with New Cases; Capitol Police Union Chair Says, We're Struggling to Meet Our Mission. Aired 11:30a-12p ET
• Prosecution Questions Doctor Who Tried to Save George Floyd. Aired 11-11:30a ET
• Prosecution Questions Minneapolis Police Chief; Day Six of Witness testimony in Ex-Cop's Murder Trial. Aired 1-1:30p ET
• Young Adults Driving New COVID Surge; Derek Chauvin Trial Week Two. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• Travel Seeing Comeback as CDC Advises Against It; Derek Chauvin Murder Trial Continues; Attack at U.S. Capitol Raises Fresh Questions About Security; Proposals to Secure Capitol Hill Caught Up in Partisan Infighting; Risk of Catastrophic Flood As Toxic Reservoir Leaks in Florida. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• Russel Honore Recommends Capitol Police Increases; COVID Relief Bill Will Send Billions to Public Schools; Live Coverage of Derek Chauvin Trial. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• Derek Chauvin Trial Week Two. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• Defense Cross-Examines Police Chief Who Fired Derek Chauvin. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• Day 6 of Witness Testimony in Derek Chauvin's Murder Trial; Minneapolis Police Chief: Officers Are Trained in De-Escalation Techniques; E.R. Doctor: I Felt Heart Attack "Less Likely" Cause of Cardiac Arrest; Biden Delivers Easter Message Amid Covid Surge, Push for Massive Infrastructure Bill; Research: Nearly 40,000 Kids Have Lost Parent to Covid; Michigan Expands Vaccine Eligibility to Ages 16 & Older; U.S. Averaging 3 Million-Plus Doses into Arms Every Day. Aired 1:30-2p ET
• Soon, 6th Day of Testimony in Derek Chauvin Trial Resumes; Prosecution Resumes Questioning of Minneapolis Police Chief. Aired 2:30-3p ET


April 04, 2021
• U.S. Hits Record Of Over Four Million Vaccine Doses Given; Netherlands Studying Way To Bring Back Live Events; Atlanta Mayor Fears Boycott Over New Voting Law; Georgia Governor Lashes Out After MLB Pulls All-Star Game; U.S. Capitol Attacker Believed He Was Being Targeted; George Floyd Murder Trial Resumes Monday; Taiwan Train Derailment Victims' Families Struggle With Loss; Ancient Pharaohs Relocated To New Home. Aired 12-1a ET
• U.S. Hits Record Over Four Million Vaccine Doses Given; Fauci: Danger Of Another Surge; Slow Europe Rollout Prolonging Pandemic; Inside Pfizer's Vaccine Manufacturing Facility; Atlanta Mayor Fears Boycott Over New Voting Law; Most U.S. States Have Introduced Bills Making It Harder To Vote; Jordanian Prince Restricted To Home; U.S.- Mexico Border Crisis; Netherlands Studying Way To Bring Back Live Events. Aired 1-2a ET
• Millions Celebrating Easter Under Restrictions; Slow Europe Rollout Prolonging Pandemic; Fauci: Danger Of Another Surge; Jordanian Prince Restricted To Home; Netanyahu Must Appear At Corruption Trial Monday; Atlanta Mayor Fears Boycott Over New Voting Law; Most U.S. States Have Introduced Bills Making It Harder To Vote; Taiwan Train Derailment Victims' Families Struggle With Loss; Ancient Pharaohs Relocated To New Home. Aired 2-3a ET
• Slow Europe Rollout Prolonging Pandemic; Millions Celebrating Easter Under Restrictions; Crisis In Tigray; Atlanta Mayor Fears Boycott Over New Voting Law; Jordanian Prince Restricted To Home; Taiwan Train Derailment Victims' Families Struggle With Loss; George Floyd Murder Trial Resumes Monday; Ancient Pharaohs Relocated To New Home. Aired 3-4a ET
• Fauci: Danger Of Another Surge; Millions Celebrating Easter Under Restrictions; Slow Europe Rollout Prolonging Pandemic; Atlanta Mayor Fears Boycott Over New Voting Law; Most U.S. States Have Introduced Bills Making It Harder To Vote; Crisis In Tigray; Jordanian Prince Restricted To Home; George Floyd Murder Trial Resumes Monday; Netanyahu Must Appear At Corruption Trial Monday; Florida Officials Declare Emergency Due To Reservoir Leak; Netherlands Studying Way To Bring Back Live Events. Aired 4-5a ET
• Millions Celebrating Easter Under Restrictions; Slow Europe Rollout Prolonging Pandemic; Fauci: Danger Of Another Surge; Jordanian Prince Restricted To Home; Crisis In Tigray; Georgia Governor Lashes Out After MLB Pulls All-Star Game; Most U.S. States Have Introduced Bills Making It Harder To Vote; Riots In Northern Ireland Over Brexit Issues; Netherlands Studying Way To Bring Back Live Events. Aired 5-6a ET
• More Than Four Million Vaccinations Administered In The U.S. On Friday; Average Of New Cases Is Rising Above 60,000 Once Again In The U.S.; Pope: Churches Hold Easter Services Amid Pandemic Concerns; Capitol Attack; Minneapolis Police Chief Medaria Arradondo Expected To Testify; This Week: Biden Launches Push On $2.27 Trillion American Jobs Plan; Jordan's Former Crown Prince Accused In Plot Against King; Holiday Comes Amid Time Of Crisis And Tragedy In America. Aired 2-3p ET
• TSA Reports Record-Hight Air Travel Since Start Of Pandemic; The Trial Of Derek Chauvin Set To Resume On Monday; Interview With Rep. Ro Khanna (D-CA) About Biden's Infrastructure Plan And about Allegations Against Matt Gaetz; Trump Rages Over Election Loss In Statement, Then Say, 'Other Than That, Happy Easter;' Imminent Wastewater Flood Forces Evacuation In Florida; Testing COVID-19 Vaccines On Children. Aired 4-5p ET
• U.S. Races To Vaccinate As Experts Warn Of Possible New Surge; TSA Reports Record High Air Travel Since Start Of Pandemic; Derek Chauvin Murder Trial Resumes Tomorrow After Week Of Compelling Witness Testimony. Aired 3-4p ET
• Murder Trial Of Former Minneapolis Police Officer Derek Chauvin Resumes Tomorrow; Hunter Biden Opens Up On Addiction And Family; Dr. Fauci Defends Dr. Birx; The Origins Of QAnon. Aired 5-6p ET
• Record Pandemic-Era Numbers As Easter Travel Surges; DOJ Investigates Rep. Matt Gaetz (R-FL) As Part Of Trafficking Probe; Stage Set For More Compelling Testimony In Chauvin Trial; Remarkable Story Of Survival Against COVID; Personal Data Of More Than 500 Million Facebook Users Leaked Online; Pope Leads Scaled-Back Easter Sunday Mass. Aired 6-7p ET
• Derek Chauvin Trial Resumes Tomorrow After A Week Of Compelling Testimony; Record Pandemic-Era Numbers As Easter Travel Surges; Hunter Biden Talks About His Addiction And Burisma; Biden Infrastructure Plan Faces Steep GOP Opposition; Race Between Vaccinations And Variants Reach Critical Point; Far-Right Extremists Shift Focus On Anti-Vaxx Conspiracies. Aired 7-8p ET
• Race Between Vaccinations And Variants Reached Critical Point; One Nursing Home's Mission To Vaccinate Skeptical Staff; U.S. Capitol Police Mourning Officer Killed On Friday; Trump Campaign Steered Supporters Into Unwitting Donations; Big Business And MLB Slam New Georgia Voting Law; Hundreds Killed In Myanmar's Military Takeover; Stanford Wins NCAA Women's Basketball National Championship; Major Biden Bites Again. Aired 8-9p ET


April 03, 2021
• One Officer Killed, One Wounded, Attacker Dead at U.S. Capitol; MLB Moves All-Star Game out of Atlanta. Aired 12-12:15a ET
• One Officer Killed, One Wounded, Attacker Dead at U.S. Capitol; MLB Moves All-Star Game out of Atlanta; Abundance of Video at George Floyd Murder Trial; Pope Leads Scaled-Down Passion Service; Taiwan Train Crash; U.N. Special Envoy to Myanmar, "A Bloodbath Is Imminent"; CDC Says Fully Vaccinated Can Gather for Easter; Capitol Police Mourn Fallen Officer. Aired 2-3a ET
• One Officer Killed, One Wounded, Attacker Dead at U.S. Capitol; Abundance of Video at George Floyd Murder Trial; Netherlands Suspends AZ Vaccine; France and Italy Begin Pre-Easter Lockdowns; Capitol Police Mourn Fallen Officer; CDC Says Fully Vaccinated Can Gather for Easter; U.N. Special Envoy to Myanmar, "A Bloodbath Is Imminent"; Medical Community Vaccinates Homeless. Aired 3-4a ET
• U.S. Capitol Police Officer Killed by Man Ramming His Vehicle into Barricade; Authorities Attempting to Uncover Motive of Suspect who Rammed Vehicle into Capitol Barricade and Subsequently Shot and Killed while Attacking Officers with Knife; Major League Baseball Pulls All-Star Game from Atlanta after Georgia Passes Controversial Bill on Voting Reform; Mental Health Expert Discusses Possible Traumatic Effects of Violence on Capitol Police Members; COVID-19 Cases Rising in Michigan; President Biden To Seek Possible Republican Support for His Proposed Infrastructure Bill; Representative Matt Gaetz Under Federal Investigation for Possible Sex Trafficking Charges. Aired 10-11a ET
• One Officer Killed, One Wounded, Attacker Dead at U.S. Capitol; Abundance of Video at George Floyd Murder Trial; Capitol Police Mourn Fallen Officer; MLB Moves All-Star Game out of Atlanta; Pope Leads Scaled-Down Passion Service; U.N. Special Envoy to Myanmar, "A Bloodbath Is Imminent"; U.S. Employers Add Jobs, Boosting Economy; CDC Says Fully Vaccinated Can Gather for Easter. Aired 4-5a ET
• One Officer Killed, One Wounded, Attacker Dead At U.S. Capitol; Abundance Of Video At George Floyd Murder Trial; Feds Investigate Matt Gaetz; CDC Says Fully Vaccinated Can Gather For Easter; France And Italy Begin Pre-Easter Lockdowns; Netherlands Suspends AZ Vaccine; U.N. Special Envoy To Myanmar, "A Bloodbath Is Imminent"; Capitol Police Mourn Fallen Officer. Aired 5-6a ET
• MLB Moving All-Star Game From GA Over New Voting Restriction; Atlanta Mayor Fears A Boycott If New GA Voting Law Isn't Changed; One Officer Killed, One Injured In Attack At U.S. Capitol; CDC Advising Against Non-Essential Travel Even When Vaccinated; Top Homicide Cop Calls Chauvin's Actions "Totally Unnecessary"; Suspect Killed After Driving Car Into Barricade, Brandishing Knife. Aired 12-1p ET
• Suspect In Capitol Car Attack Posted He Had Lost His Job, Believed Government Was Targeting Him With "Mind Control"; Top Detective: Chauvin's Use Of Force "Totally Unnecessary"; NYT: Receipts Show Rep. Matt Gaetz Sent Money To Women Using Cash Apps But Gaetz Denies Allegations; Nearly Half Of States Reporting A Rise In COVID Cases; Pop-Up Event At First Broadway House To Open Doors Since Pandemic. Aired 3-4p ET
• Voting Law Fallout; Interview With Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms (D), Atlanta; Capitol Police Officer William Evans Killed In Attack; First Week Of Derek Chauvin's Murder Trial Comes To A Close; Matt Gaetz Praises Indicted Florida Politician In 2017 Audio. Aired 11a-12p ET
• U.S. Capitol Police Officer Killed By Man Ramming His Vehicle Into Barricade, Authorities Attempting To Uncover Motive Of Suspect; Major League Baseball Pulls All-Star Game from Atlanta After Georgia Passes Controversial Bill On Voting Reform; President Biden's And Georgia Gov. Kemp's Comments On Georgia Voting Law Examined; Analysts Review First Week Of Testimony In Trial Of Derek Chauvin; Florida Republican Representative Matt Gaetz Under Federal Investigation For Possible Charges Related To Sex Trafficking. Aired 2-3p ET
• One Officer Killed, One Injured In Attack At U.S. Capitol; Emotional And Graphic Testimony In Derek Chauvin Murder Trial; Rep. Matt Gaetz Refutes Sex Allegations "Completely"; TSA Screenings Hit Pandemic High As CDC Discourages Travel; Pfizer & Moderna Vaccines Likely Protect Six-Plus Months; New York & Florida Diverge On Use Of Vaccine Passports; U.S. Adds 916,000 Jobs In March, Highest Level Since August; Florida Sheriff's Office Go "Beyond The Call Of Duty" Deputizing A Five-Year-Old Boy With Cancer. Aired 1-2p ET
• Top Detective: Chauvin's Use Of Force "Totally Unnecessary"; Major League Baseball Moves All-Star Game Over Georgia Voting Law; Interview With Rep. Nikema Williams (D-GA); Suspect In Capitol Car Attack Posted He Lost His Job, Believed Government Was Targeting Him With "Mind Control"; Source: Investigators Pursuing Allegations That Gaetz May Have Used Cash & Drugs In His Dealings With Young Women; Police Chokeholds In The Spotlight At Derek Chauvin Trial. Aired 4-5p ET
• U.S. Hits Record Four Million COVID Vaccine Doses In A Day; Interview With Dr. Anthony Fauci; Suspect In Capitol Car Attack Posted He Had Lost His Job, Believed Government Was Targeting Him With "Mind Control"; Rep. Joaquin Castro (D-TX) Discusses Attacks At Nation's Capitol, The Matt Gaetz Sex Controversy, The Crisis At The Border; New Video Footage Fills In The Gaps Of George Floyd Arrest. Aired 5-6p ET
• U.S. Hits Four Million COVID-19 Vaccine Doses In A Day, Passes Three Million Daily Average Says The CDC; MLB Pulls All-Star Game From Georgia Over New Voting Restrictions; One Officer Killed, Another Injured In U.S. Capitol Attack; Interview With Rep. Sheila Jackson Lee (D-TX); At Least 22 Mass Shootings In U.S. Since Atlanta Spa Killings; Hunter Biden Opens Up About His Struggle With Addiction. Aired 6-7p ET
• Hunter Biden Opens Up About His Struggle With Addiction; Deadly Assault Raises Fresh Questions About Capitol Security; Thirteen-Year- Old Takes Part In Pfizer Vaccine Trial; Michigan Republicans Introduce 39 Election Reform Bills; Witness Gives Emotional Testimony In First Week Of Chauvin Trial; Pfizer Says Its Vaccine Is 100 Percent Effective In Adolescents; CNN And Amnesty International Investigates Shocking Video Of Ethiopian Soldiers Carrying Out Extrajudicial Executions Of Unarmed Men. Aired 7-8p ET
• CDC: U.S. Hits Four Million Doses In A Day, Passes Three Million Daily Average; One Officer Killed, One Injured In Attack At U.S. Capitol; Virginia Takes Aggressive Action To Expand Voting Rights; DOJ Investigates Rep. Gaetz As Part Of Trafficking Probe; Police Chokeholds In Spotlight At Derek Chauvin Trial. Aired 8-9p ET


April 02, 2021
• Investigation Shows Shocking Video Depicts Executions by Ethiopian Soldiers; At Least 36 Killed in Taiwan Train Derailment; Millions of Europeans Bracing for Somber Easter Weekend; Brazil Records Deadliest Month as COVID-19 Crisis Deepens; Ex-Officer Chauvin Defends Force in Call for Supervisor; Website Shares Anonymous Testimonials about U.K. Child Sexual Abuse; Inside BioNTech's New Vaccine Production Factory; Uruguay Closes Stores Along Border with Brazil; Amazon Rainforest Now Emits More Greenhouse Gases Than It Absorbs; Pfizer Says Studies Confirm Vaccine Protection will Last at Least 6 Months; Florida GOP Advance Anti-Rioting Bill. Aired 12-12:45a ET
• Taiwan Train Derails In Tunnel; Ethiopian Soldiers Appear To Have Carried Out Executions In Tigray; Airstrikes Continue In Myanmar's Northern State; Easter In Europe: Lockdowns , Curfews And Closures; Uruguay In Measures To Stop Virus Transfer From Brazil At Its Borders; At Least 36 Killed in Taiwan Train Derailment; Prosecutors to Resume Case against Ex-Officer Chauvin; H&M, Nike, Other Brands Face Boycott in China; Ontario Shuts Down for at Least a Month over Variants; Inside BioNTech's New Vaccine Production Factory; Study Amazon Rainforest Now Emits More Greenhouse Gases than it Absorbs. Aired 1-2a ET
• Europeans Facing Their Second Easter Under Lockdowns; UK Considering Vaccine "Passports" To Allow Travel; Chauvin's Supervisor: Use Of Force Should Have Ended Sooner; U.S. "Concerned" With Russian Actions In Eastern Ukraine; H&M, Nike, Other Brands Face Boycott In China; NASA's Mars Helicopter To Fly April 11 At The Earliest. Aired 3-4a ET
• 36 Known Dead In Taiwan Train Derailment, Dozens Still Trapped; Ethiopian Soldiers Appear To Have Carried Out Executions In Tigray; ISIS Terror Attack In Mozambique Organized And Targeted; Brazil's Cities Warn They'll Run Out Of Oxygen Next Week; Easter At The Vatican And Across Europe: Subdued Celebration Amid Lockdowns, Closures And Restrictions; Curfews And Closures; Uruguay In Measures To Stop Virus Transfer From Brazil At Its Borders; At Least 36 Killed In Taiwan Train Derailment; Ex-Officer Chauvin Defends Force In Call To Supervisor; Telecom Companies Ordered To Shut Down Wireless Internet; OPEC To Boost Production After U.S. Calls Saudi Arabia; H&M, Nike, Other Brands Face Boycott In China; Officials Charge Capitol Rioter Who Allegedly Tased And Assaulted Officer Mike Fanone With A Flagpole. Aired 2-2:45a ET
• At Least 41 Killed in Taiwan Train Derailment; Witnesses, New Videos Detail Final Moments of Floyd's Life; Pfizer Says Its Vaccine Still Effective After Six Months; Inside BioNTech's New Vaccine Production Factory; Biden Holds First In-Person Cabinet Meeting of Presidency. Aired 4-4:30a ET
• At Least 48 Killed in Taiwan Train Derailment; U.S. State Legislatures Consider Sweeping New Election Laws; Black Lawmaker Speaks Out About Arrest at Georgia Capitol; Report Slams U.S. Capitol Police Failures Ahead of Riot; Ontario Shut Down for at Least a Month Over Variants; Millions of Europeans Bracing for Somber Easter Weekend; North Dakota Governor Declares Statewide Wildfire Emergency. Aired 4:30-5a ET
• Soon, Trial Resumes for Ex-Cop Charged in George Floyd's Death; Soon, CDC Set to Release Travel Guidelines for Fully Vaccinated People; Prosecution Questions Minneapolis Police Sergeant. Aired 10- 10:30a ET
• Biden Speaks as Pandemic Recovery Escalates, U.S. Adds 916,000 Jobs; Testimony Resumes in Derek Chauvin Murder Trial; Prosecution Questions Minneapolis Police Lieutenant. Aired 11:30a-12p ET
• Prosecution Questions Minneapolis Police Sergeant & Lieutenant; Biden Speaks on State of the Economy, March Jobs Report. Aired 11- 11:30a ET
• Fed. Investigation of Rep. Matt Gaetz; U.S. Sees a Rise in Hate Crimes; Cecilia Rouse is Interviewed about the March Jobs Numbers. Aired 9:30-10a ET
• Homicide Detective Says, Chauvin's Use of Force Totally Unnecessary; CDC Says, Travel Risk is Low if You are Fully Vaccinated; Capitol on Lockdown Due to External Security Threat. Aired 1-1:30p ET
• Armed Suspect Killed After Ramming Capitol Barricades; Interview With Rep. Ro Khanna (D-CA). Aired 2-2:30p ET
• U.S. Adds 916,000 Jobs in March; Trial Resumes for Ex-Cop Charged in George Floyd's Death; Experts Urge Americans to Take Precautions Until Fully Vaccinated; More Federal Investigations into Republican Congressman Matt Gaetz. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• Live Coverage of Derek Chauvin Trial; Minneapolis Night Shift Police Sergeant Jon Edwards Questioned by Defense; Edwards Outlines Minneapolis Police Initial Investigation of Crime Scene. Aired 10:30- 11a ET
• Deadly Capitol Attack. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• Capitol on Lockdown Due to External Security Threat; Capitol Police: Someone Rammed a Vehicle into 2 Capitol Hill Officers. Aired 1:30-2p ET
• One officer killed, one wounded, attacker dead at Capitol; Interview with Rep. Adriano Espaillat (D-NY) on Capitol Hill attack today. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• U.S. Capitol on Lockdown after Car Rammed into Officers; Source: One of the Capitol Police Officers Was Stabbed; Officials Give Briefing on Car Ramming Incident at Capitol; USCP Acting Chief: Capitol Police Officer Who Was Stabbed Has Died. Aired 2:30-3p ET


April 01, 2021
• Hong Kong Pro-Democracy Activists Convicted; France Under Third National COVID-19 Lockdown; U.N. Special Envoy To Myanmar, "A Bloodbath Is Imminent"; Witnesses To George Floyd's Murder Express Regret And Helplessness; New Wave In India As Festival Nears; Inside Pfizer's Manufacturing Facility; Navalny Goes On Hunger Strike. Aired 2-2:45a ET
• Inside Pfizer's Vaccine Manufacturing Facility; Pfizer/BioNTech Vaccine 100% Effective in Kids 12-15; Macron, Merkel Discuss Russia's Sputnik V Vaccine with Putin; Russia Registers World's First COVID Vaccine for Animals; Shipping Back to Normal Levels in Suez Canal; First Lawsuit Filed Against Trump from U.S. Capitol Officers; Quality Issue at Plant Delays Some of J&J's Vaccine; Hong Kong Pro-Democracy Activists Convicted; New Wave in India as Festival Nears; Witnesses to George Floyd's Murder Express Regret and Helplessness; U.N. Special Envoy to Myanmar, "A Bloodbath Is Imminent". Aired 12-12:45a ET
• Crisis In Myanmar Deepens, Civil War A Possibility; China Makes Example Of Hong Kong Activists In Controversial Conviction; Pfizer BioNTech's Revolutionary Facility Aims For 100 Million Vaccines A Month By End 2020; Vaccine News Round Up: France, Germany, Austria, U.S.; New Police Body Cams Shown At Chauvin's Trial; Witness Express Regret and Helplessness; Putin Critic Navalny Goes on Prison Hunger Strike; Peru to Enter Nationwide Lockdown through Easter; Australians Stranded Abroad Asking U.N. for Help; Biden Unveils $2 Trillion Infrastructure Plan. Aired 1-2a ET
• France Bracing for a Third Lockdown; Hospitals in France Overwhelmed with COVID Cases; U.N. Envoy Says a Bloodbath is Eminent; Hong Kong Court Convict Nine Veterans; More Witnesses Against Chauvin Brought into Court; Concerning New Wave In India Amid Major Festival; Peru To Enter Nationwide Lockdown Through Easter; Quality Issue At Vaccine Plant Ruins Millions Of J&J Doses; Biden Unveils $2 Trillion Infrastructure Plan; Delta Airlines To Resume Seating Plan In May; U.K. Schools Reckoning With Rape Culture; Investigating The Suez Shutdown; Major Champ's Tiger Woods' Rollover; Belgian Prosecutors Open Investigation Into Online Prank. Aired 3-4a ET
• New Footage Revealed in Chauvin Murder Trial; Witnesses Express Regret and Helplessness; U.S. Covid Plateau as Europe Faces Surge; Biden Unveils $2 Trillion Infrastructure Plan. Aired 4-4:30a ET
• Remote Learning Creates New Challenges for Schools; 250+ Bills in Dozens of States Air to Restrict Voting Access; DOJ Investigating Gaetz Over Sex Trafficking Allegations; Putin Critic Navalny Goes on Prison Hunger Strike; Inspectors Check Ship That Ran Aground in Suez Canal; Baseball Welcomes Back Fans on Opening Day 2021. Aired 4:30-5a ET
• Floyd's Friend Invokes Fifth Amendment, Says He Won't Testify in Trial; Pfizer Vaccine Protection Lasts at Least Six Months after Second Dose; New York Times Reports, New York Prosecutors Subpoena Trump Org CFO's Personal Bank Records. Aired 10-10:30a ET
• Floyd's Girlfriend: "We Struggled Ever Day" with Opioid Addiction. Aired 11-11:30a ET
• Floyd's Girlfriend Says, in May 2020, I Suspected He Had Started Drugs Again; Child Among Four Killed in Southern California Office Park Shooting; COVID Vaccinations Pick Up as Cases Rise in Half the States. Aired 11:30a-12p ET
• Live Coverage of Derek Chauvin Trial; Courteney Batya Ross is Questioned by Defense; Ross is Cross-Examined by Prosecution. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• Baseball's Opening Day; Testimony Continues in Derek Chauvin Trial. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• Prosecution Questions Paramedic Who Treated George Floyd; Defense Cross-Examines Paramedic Who Tended to George Floyd. Aired 1- 1:30p ET
• Four Dead in Mass Shooting at a California Office Complex; Trial of Ex-Cop Charged in George Floyd's Death Resumes; Major League Baseball Season Begins Today; Pfizer Is Preparing To Seek Ful FDA Approval For Its Two Shot Coronavirus Vaccine. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• Biden Holds First Cabinet Meeting; Child Tax Credit for Families; Companies Speak out against Georgia Voting Law. Aired 9:30- 10a ET.
• Testimony Continues in Derek Chauvin Trial. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• Fourth Day of Witness Testimony in Derek Chauvin Trial; Firefighter Saw Unresponsive Body on a Cot on Arrival at Ambulance. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• Paramedic: Floyd Was "Unresponsive" When I Arrived; Biden Holds 1st Cabinet Meeting as He Pushed Infrastructure Package; . Aired 1:30- 2p ET
• Paramedic Derek Smith is Questioned in Derek Chauvin Trial. Aired 2:30-3p ET


March 31, 2021
• Europe Struggles With Rising Cases And Vaccine Shortages, Brazil Overwhelmed, Lockdowns In Canada; Countries React To WHO Study On COVID-19 Origins; Emotional Testimony From Witnesses In George Floyd Murder Trial; Armed Ethnic Group Warns Of Major Conflict In Myanmar; Conflicting Reports On Who Controls Palma; Sisi Promises New Investment In Suez Canal. Aired 2-2:45a ET
• Egypt's Sisi Promises New Investment in Suez Canal; Deliveroo Set for IPO on London Stock Exchange; Iconic Band 'Crowded House' Plays Live Shows in New Zealand; Fears of Fourth Surge as COVID Cases Spike 23% in a Week; COVID Vaccines Now Being Tested on Kids; Countries React to WHO Study on COVID-19 Origins; Emotional Testimony from Witnesses in George Floyd Murder Trial; Armed Ethnic Group Warns of Major Conflict in Myanmar; Brazilian President Replaced Military Chiefs; India Struggles to Contain COVID-19 Surge. Aired 12-12:45a ET
• U.S., U.K., Japan, Canada, Australia Issue Joint Statement On Failings Of WHO Report On COVID Origins; Testimony From George Floyd's Trial; Brazil's COVID Death Spiral, Bolsonaro Shakes Up The Cabinet; Mozambique's Northern Province Could Fall To ISIS; Serbia Emerges as "Vaccine Hub" of the Balkans; Variants Fuel Rise in Hospitalizations, Lockdowns in Canada; Beijing Greatly Reduces Elected Seats in New Legislature; Egypt's Sisi Promises New Investment in Suez Canal; Crowded House Drawing Crowds. Aired 1-2a ET
• Emotional Testimony from Six Witnesses in Chauvin Trial; White House Pushes Back on W.H.O. Report; Several U.S. States Ignore Calls to Renew Restrictions; Countries Concerned by W.H.O. Study on COVID Origins; Biden Set to Unveil Massive Infrastructure Plan; Court Documents: Alleged Rioter Made Racist Threats. Aired 4-4:30a ET
• People in the Balkans Flock to Serbia for Vaccinations; New Campaign to Encourage Black Britons to Get Vaccinated; Armed Ethnic Groups Warns of Major Conflict; Aung San Suu Kyi Gets First Meeting with Lawyers Since Coup; Wildlife Rescued, 185 Baby Tortoise Found in Suitcase; Suez Canal Working to Clear Backlog; YouTube Videos Lead Police to Alleged Mafia Fugitive; Germany and France Calls for Russia's Help; Jair Bolsonaro Reshuffles His Cabinet; Skepticism is High on WHO's COVID-19 Report; Emotions Pour in Court from Witnesses; Patriots Are in, Opposition is Out. Aired 3-4a ET
• U.S. Lawmaker Denies Allegations of Relationship with Teen; France, Germany and Russian Discuss Vaccine Cooperation; People in the Balkans Flock to Serbia for Vaccinations; Bolsonaro Replacing Military Chiefs After Cabinet Overhaul; Suez Canal Works to Clear Backlog After Stranded Ship Freed; Watergate Break-In Mastermind Dies Aged 90; YouTube Videos Lead Police to Alleged Mafia Fugitive. Aired 4:30-5a ET
• Pfizer Trial Shows COVID-19 Vaccine 100 Percent Effective in Adolescents; Today, Biden Heads to Pittsburgh to Unveil Massive Infrastructure Plan; Rep. Matt Gaetz (R-FL) Denies Relationship with 17-Year-Old, Claims Extortion Attempt. Aired 10-10:30a ET
• Surveillance Video of George Floyd in Store Played at Derek Chauvin Trial. Aired 11-11:30a ET
• Surveillance Video Of George Floyd In Store Played In Derek Chauvin's Murder Trial. Aired 11:30a-12p ET
• Pfizer Claims Its COVID-19 Vaccine 100 Percent Effective in Adolescents; Trial of Ex-Minneapolis Police Officer in George Floyd's Death Resumes; President Biden Heads To Pittsburgh To Unveil His Newest Ambitious Plan To Boost The Economy; Republican Matt Gaetz Is Caught Right In The Middle Of A Sex Trafficking Investigation. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• Live Coverage as Derek Chauvin Trial Enters Third Day; Genevieve Hansen Testimony Concludes, Christopher Martin is questioned; Cup Foods Surveillance Video Played. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• Third Day of Witness Testimony in Derek Chauvin Trial. Aired 1- 1:30p ET
• Biden Launches Infrastructure Plan; Testimony Continues in Derek Chauvin Trial. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• DOJ Investigating Rep. Matt Gaetz; Two U.S. Capitol Police Officers Suing Trump; Fear U.S. Could Face U.K. Variant Surge; Delta to Fill Middle Seats; Texas CBP Facility Over Capacity. Aired 9:30-10a ET.
• Testimony Continues in Derek Chauvin Trial. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• Soon, Biden Heads to Pittsburgh to Unveil Massive Infrastructure Plan; Dave Bauer, President & CEO, American Road & Transportation Building Association, Discusses Biden's Infrastructure Plan, McConnell Saying Infrastructure Plan a "Trojan Horse" for Higher Taxes & Spending; Pfizer Kids Vaccine Breakthrough; Delta Will Start Selling Middle Seats Again; Gaetz Under Investigation, Denies Relationship with Teen Girl, Claims Extortion Attempt. Aired 1:30-2p ET
• Continuing Coverage of Derek Chauvin Trial; Biden to Launch Sweeping Infrastructure Plan. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• 3rd Day of Testimony in Derek Chauvin Trial; Prosecutor Questions Witness in Chauvin Murder Trail. Aired 2:30-3p ET


March 30, 2021
• WHO: COVID-19 Likely Came From Animals, Not Lab; Suez Canal Traffic Resumes; Trial Begins For George Floyd's Killer; Thai Officials Turned Back Myanmar Refugees; ISIS Claims Responsibility For Palma Siege; Many African Nations Face Vaccine Rollout Challenges. Aired 2-2:45a ET
• Trial Begins For George Floyd's Killer; WHO: COVID-19 Likely Came From Animals, Not Lab; Suez Canal Traffic Resumes; Thai Officials Deny Turning Back Myanmar Refugees; First Oil Tanker In Months Docks At Hodeidah Port; Thick Smoke Blankets Kathmandu, Closes Schools; Birx: Hundreds Of Thousands Of Deaths Were Likely Preventable; The Facts On Biden's Uphill Border Crisis. Aired 12-12:45a ET
• WHO Release Report on COVID-19 Source; Vaccine Shows High Efficacy Rate; Floyd's Family Hopes to Get Justice; Ever Given Finally Freed; Trial Begin For Ex-Officer Derek Chauvin Charged In Floyd's Death; Biden Administration Cuts Trade Ties With Myanmar; First Oil Tanker In Months Docks At Hodeidah Port As War In Yemen Continues; Severe Weather, Six Dead After Flash Floods In Nashville. Aired 3-4a ET
• WHO Report: Virus Likely Came from Animals, Not Lab; ISIS Group Claims Responsibility for Palma Siege; First Oil Tanker in Months Docks at Hodeidah Port; Irish Sea Border Issues Threaten Peace; Trial Begins for Ex Police Office Charged with Murder of George Floyd; WHO Report On SARS-Cov-2 Origin Raises More Questions Than Answers; "Ever Given" Finally Freed In Suez Canal; Myanmar Refugees Flee From Military Airstrikes In The North; Director Of CDC: "I'm Scared." Walensky's Plea To Americans To Stay Vigilant; Bolsonaro Replaces Six Cabinet Members In One Move. Aired 1-2a ET
• Trial Begins for Former Officer Charged in George Floyd's Death; W.H.O. Report: Virus Likely Came from Animals, Not Lab; Top U.S. Health Official on Rising COVID Cases: "I'm Scared"; U.S. Air Travel Amid Pandemic Hits New Record High; Biden Prepares to Pitch Jobs and Infrastructure Plan; Suez Canal Traffic Resumes After Crews Free Massive Ship. Aired 4-4:30a ET
• Prosecutors Show Video of Chauvin Kneeling on Floyd's Neck; Biden Administration Cuts Trade Ties with Myanmar; First Oil Tanker in Months Docks at Hodeidah Port; Texas Congressional Candidate Under Fire Over New Ad. Aired 4:30-5a ET
• Chauvin Trial Resumes with MMA Trainer Who Saw Floyd's Death; Biden, CDC Director Warn of Virus Surge if Americans Let Guard Down; Second Day of Testimony Gets Underway in Derek Chauvin Trial. Aired 10-10:30a ET
• Second Day of Testimony Gets Underway in Derek Chauvin Trial. Aired 11-11:30a ET
• Second Day of Testimony Gets Underway in Derek Chauvin Trial. Aired 11:30a-12p ET
• Biden Pushes Mask Mandates as COVID Cases Rise; Michigan Ramps Up Vaccination as Infections, Hospitalizations Surge; Chauvin's Trial Resumes with MMA Trainer Who Saw Floyd's Death; Prosecutor Says Chauvin Knelt on George Floyd's Neck for 9 Minutes and 29 Seconds; Georgia's New Voting Law Prompts Calls for Boycotts. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• Biden Signs PPP Extension; Biden's Infrastructure Plan; Georgia's Voting Law Prompts Boycotts; Three Men Charged in Kidnapping Plot to Stand Trial; WHO Releases Report; NYPD Searches for Hate Crime Suspect. Aired 9:30-10a ET.
• Biden Administration Sends Agents to Border; Derek Chauvin Trial Continues. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• Witnesses Take Stand to Describe George Floyd's Final Moments; COVID Cases, Hospitalizations and Deaths Rising in U.S. Again. Aired 1-1:30p ET
• Live Coverage of Derek Chauvin Trial; Witness Donald Williams' 911 Call is Entered As Exhibit 20; Examination and Cross-Examination of Donald Williams. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• Derek Chauvin Trial Continues. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• COVID Cases, Hospitalizations and Deaths Rising in U.S. Again; WHO Report: Virus Likely Came from Animal, Not Lab; U.S. Among 14 Nations Expressing Concern over WHO Findings; White House: More Seniors Getting Vaccinated, But Not Time to Relax; Funeral Today for Officer Killed in Boulder Mass Shooting; Dozens of School Shootings Thwarted by Community Tipoffs. Aired 1:30-2p ET
• 2nd Day of Derek Chauvin Trial Resumes after Lunch Break; Underage Witness Testifies Off Camera in Chauvin Trial; Aired 2:30-3p ET
• Underage Witness Testifies Off Camera in Chauvin Trial; Bystander Said I Stay Up at Night Apologizing to George Floyd. Aired 3:30-4p ET


March 29, 2021
• Official: U.S. Trying to Develop Vaccine Passports; Crews Try to Get Ever Given Refloated Again; UNICEF: Security Forces Have Killed 35 Children Since Coup; Chile Faces Second Wave, Even with Steady Vaccinations; Nashville Declares Emergency after Deadly Flash Floods; Derek Chauvin Trial Begins Monday with Opening Statements; Lawmakers Call for Shootings to Be Prosecuted as Hate Crime; Biden Calls Law 'Jim Crow in the 21st Century'. Aired 12-1a ET
• Dozens Killed And Missing After Militants Besiege City; Chile's New Coronavirus Wave; Greater Brisbane Will Enter Three-Day Lockdown; Massive Ship Dislodged from Suez Canal; Rising COVID Infections in the U.S.; Deadliest Day in the Crisis in Myanmar; Mozambique Terror Attack. Aired 2-3a ET
• Biden Under Pressure to Address Gun Laws, Border Crisis; U.S. Anticipates Record Surge of Migrants Through September; Nashville Declares Emergency after Deadly Flash Floods; Crews Attempting to Refloat the Ever Given; Derek Chauvin Trial Begins Monday with Opening Statements; Battling Knife Crime in the U.K.; California Amusement Parks to Reopen Thursday; Mighty Container Carrier Budges Slightly In The Suez Canal; Day Seven Of Suez Blockage Costs Tens Of Billions Of Dollars; Myanmar's Day Of Shame: Military Kills 114 People Sunday; Mexico Underreported COVID Deaths By 120,000 People; Biden Administration: Prioritizing A Tough Agenda. Aired 1-2a ET
• Suez Canal Authority Confirms Ever Given Mostly Free; U.S. Experts Urge Public to Follow Safety Measures; Some U.S. State Seeing a Rise in COVID Infections; England Lifts COVID Stay-at-Home Order; Biden Under Pressure to Address Gun Laws, Border Crisis; Key Democratic Lawmakers Slam Georgia's New Voting Law. Aired 4-4:30a ET
• Maritime Traffic Affects Consumers; England Lifted its Lockdown; London Parents Worry Over Knife Rampant Attacks; Uyghur Children Dreams of Seeing Their Family Complete; Ever Given Ship Now Free; Complacency Have Consequences; Minneapolis Police on Full Alert; Democrats Are Outrage of New Georgia law. Aired 3-4a ET
• Suez Canal Authority Confirms Ever Given Mostly Free; U.S. President Biden Calls Situation in Myanmar "Outrageous"; Students in Turkey Have Lost Contact with Parents in China; Dozens Killed and Missing After Militants Besiege City of Palma; U.S. Covid Cases Rise Even as More People Get Vaccinated; Rising Concerns for Teens as Covid Restrictions Ease. Aired 4:30-5a ET
• Trial Begins for Ex-Police Officer Charged in George Floyd's Death; Michigan Warns of Third Surge as Cases Accelerate Statewide; Ever Given Ship Full Dislodged and is Currently Floating. Aired 10- 10:30a ET
• Trial Begins for Ex-Police Officer Charged in George Floyd's Death. Aired 11:30a-12p ET
• The Trail Begins Of A Former Minneapolis Police Officer Being Charged With The Murder Of George Floyd. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• Prosecutors Deliver Opening Statements in Derek Chauvin Trial. Aired 11-11:30a ET
• CDC Director Warns of COVID Surge; Derek Chauvin Trial Begins. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• Trial Begins for Ex-Police Officer Charged in George Floyd's Death; Prosecution Questions First Witness in Chauvin Trial. Aired 1- 1:30p ET
• Trial Begins for Ex-Police Officer Charged in George Floyd's Death; Members of Floyd Family Speak Ahead of Chauvin Trial. Aired 9- 9:30a ET
• Floyd Family Event; Aired 9:30-10a ET.
• Derek Chauvin Trial Begins. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• Dispatcher Caller Sergeant While Watching Video of Floyd Arrest: Felt "Something Wasn't Right," Was "Voicing My Concerns"; CDC Chief Warns of "Impending Doom" as Covid Cases Spike; White House Expects Private Sector to Drive Development of Vaccine Passport; Update on Coronavirus Responses Around the World. Aired 1:30-2p ET
• Trail Begins for Ex-Police Officer Charged in George Floyd's Death; Prosecution Questions Witness to Floyd's Arrest. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• President Biden Speaks As COVID Cases Rise In 27 States; Chauvin Trial Restarts After Recess. Aired 2:30-3p ET


March 28, 2021
• J&J Set To Meet Vaccine Delivery Goal; Myanmar Security Forces Kill At Least 114 Civilians Saturday; Gridlock Growing With Massive Ship Blocking Suez Canal; Venezuelan Opposition Leader Positive For COVID-19; COVID-19's "Lost Decade For Development"; Texas Mom Escapes Anti-Vaccine Movement; Thousands Flee Fighting In Mozambique; Shocking Police Torture In Belarus. Aired 12-1a ET
• Growing Anger over Georgia's New Election Law; Biden Administration Braces for Surge of Young Migrants; U.S. Sets Daily Record for Vaccines Administered; Myanmar Security Forces Kill at Least 114 Civilians Saturday; Demonstrators Speaking Out at "Stop Asian Hate" Rallies; Chinese Adoptions on Hold during COVID-19; Gridlock Growing with Massive Ship Blocking Suez Canal; U.S. South Braces for More Storms; Qantas Flies Passengers to Surprise Destination. Aired 1-2a ET
• Myanmar Security Forces Kill at Least 114 Civilians Saturday; Growing Anger over Georgia's New Election Law; Birx: Most COVID-19 Deaths Were Preventable; Spain Restricting All Travelers from France; Gridlock Growing with Massive Ship Blocking Suez Canal; Thousands Flee Islamist Attack in Mozambique; Biden Administration Braces for Surge of Young Migrants; Colorado's History of Mass Shootings. Aired 2-3a ET
• Myanmar Security Forces Kill at Least 114 Civilians Saturday; Growing Anger over Georgia's New Election Law; Birx: Most COVID-19 Deaths Were Preventable; Spain Restricting All Travelers from France; Biden Administration Braces for Surge of Young Migrants; U.S. South Braces for More Storms; Gridlock Growing with Massive Ship Blocking Suez Canal; Demonstrators Speaking Out at "Stop Asian Hate" Rallies. Aired 3-4a ET
• Myanmar Security Forces Kill at Least 114 Civilians Saturday; Birx: Most COVID-19 Deaths Were Preventable; Contrasting Rollouts along the Irish Border; Third Wave Hits Europe; Biden Administration Braces for Surge of Young Migrants; Gridlock Growing with Massive Ship Blocking Suez Canal; U.S. South Braces for More Storms; Fagradalsfjall Eruption. Aired 4-5a ET
• Birx: Most COVID-19 Deaths Were Preventable; Contrasting Rollouts Along The Irish Border; E.U. Missteps In Vaccine Plan; Third Wave Hits Europe; Myanmar Security Forces Kill At Least 114 Civilians Saturday; Growing Anger Over Georgia's New Election Law; Biden Administration Braces For Surge Of Young Migrants; Officer-Involved Shooting Of Black Man In Virginia; Demonstrators Speaking Out At "Stop Asian Hate" Rallies; Shocking Police Torture In Belarus. Aired 5-6a ET
• Flood Waters Deluge Nashville; Multiple Shootings In Virginia Beach; Members Of Congress Visiting Scenes Of Atlanta Mass Shootings; Michigan Experiencing Third Coronavirus Surge; Head Of Michigan GOP Calls Women Leaders "Witches"; Georgia Republicans Pass Sweeping Law Restricting Voting Access. Aired 2-3p ET
• Four People Dead, 130 Rescued As Flood Waters Deluge Nashville; Michigan's Top Health Official State In Third COVID-19 Surge; Two Killed, Eight Injured During Multiple Shootings In Virginia Beach; Interview With Rep. Barbara Lee (D-CA). Aired 3-4p ET
• Four People Dead, 130 Rescued As Flood Waters Deluge Nashville; Members Of Congress Visit Scenes Of Atlanta Mass Shootings; Interview With Rep. Steven Horsford (D-NV); Two Killed, Eight Injured During Multiple Shootings In Virginia Beach; More Pushback Against Controversial New Law In Georgia Restricting Voter Access; California Theme Parks To Begin Reopening This Week; Derek Chauvin Trial Begins Tomorrow; Little Progress In Freeing Ship Blocking Suez Canal. Aired 1-2p ET
• President Joe Biden To Unveil An Infrastructure Plan And Sell It For Bilateral Support; Trial Of George Floyd's Murder Starts On Monday At Minneapolis; Dominion Voting Systems Sues Fox News For Defamation; Data On America's Mass Shootings; COVID Patients Report Long-Term Effects; Wall Street Waits For March Jobs Report; Massive Cargo Ship Blocks Suez Canal. Aired 5-6p ET
• Michigan Reports Third Surge As COVID Cases Accelerate Statewide; Pandemic Doctors Speak Out On COVID War; Sudden Rise Of Waters Caught Nashville Residents By Surprise; Biden Addresses Reporters Before Leaving Delaware; Forty-Five States Have Seen Bill Aimed At Rolling Back Voting Access; Interview With State Rep. Erica Thomas (D-GA); Virginia Beach Shootings; CNN Hero Zannah Mustapha. Aired 4-5p ET
• Michigan Reports Third Surge As Cases Accelerate Statewide; Police Chief Says, Officer Involved In One Shooting Wore Body Camera, Did Not Have It Activated; Minneapolis On Edge Ahead Of Fired Police Officer's Trial; Dems Vow To Fight Georgia Law Restricting Voting Access; Interview With Mayor Todd Gloria (D) Of San Diego; State Of Emergency Declared In Nashville After Deadly Flooding. Aired 6-7p ET
• California Theme Parks To Reopen Under Strict COVID Guidance; Interview With Rep. Michael Waltz (R-FL) About Voting Restrictions; Biden Vows Transparency, Full Media Access At Border Facilities; Congressional Delegation Visits Atlanta Area Crime Scenes; Nonprofit Group Core Offers Testing And Shots Across The U.S.; Murder Trial For Fired Minneapolis Officer Begins Tomorrow; U.N. Officials Condemn Myanmar's Attack On Civilians. Aired 7-8p ET
• Michigan Reports Third Surge as Cases Accelerate Statewide; Pandemic Doctors Speak Out in Wide-Ranging Interview; Four Gun Violence Victims Still Hospitalized in Virginia Beach; More Than 18,000 Migrant Children in Federal Custody; Signs of Collapse in Brazil as COVID Spirals Out of Control; Sweeping Georgia Law Restricting Voting Access; Robodog Helps Doctors Treat COVID Patients from a Distance. Aired 8-9p ET


March 27, 2021
• Brazil's ICUs Overflow; Ship Blocking Suez Canal Has Economic Toll. Aired 12-12:15a ET
• President Biden Criticizes Georgia Law as Restricting Voting Access for Minorities; Georgia State Representative Arrested after Knocking on Governor's Door to Witness Signing of Georgia Voting Law; Vaccinations for COVID-19 Continue in U.S. as Deaths Due to Coronavirus Plateau; Biden Administration Restricts Media Access to Border Patrol Facilities at U.S.-Mexico Border; Mayor of Brownsville, Texas, Juan Trey Mendez Interviewed on Current U.S. Immigration Policy and Its Effects; Myanmar's Military Cracks Down Violently on Protests against Military Coup. Aired 10-11a ET
• Brazil's ICUs Overflow; Kenya Imposes New Lockdown on Some Provinces; Ship Blocking Suez Canal Has Economic Toll; Top Myanmar General Vows to Uphold Democracy; Inside Hong Kong's Rough and Confusing Vaccine Rollout; Football Legend Thierry Henry Quits Social Media. Aired 2-2:45a ET
• U.S. Voter Suppression; Brazil's ICUs Overflow; Ship Blocking Suez Canal Has Economic Toll; Top Myanmar General Vows to Uphold Democracy on "Day of Shame"; Kenya Imposes New Lockdown on Some Provinces; Inside Hong Kong's Rough and Confusing Vaccine Rollout; Numbers of Migrant Children in U.S. Custody Rising Sharply; Boulder King Soopers Shooter Passed Background Check. Aired 3-4a ET
• Top Myanmar General Vows To Uphold Democracy On "Day Of Shame"; U.S. Voter Suppression; Brazil's ICUs Overflow; Powerful Tornadoes Rip Southern U.S. States; Ship Blocking Suez Canal Has Economic Toll; U.S. Foreign Policy With China. Aired 4-5a ET
• Top Myanmar General Vows To Uphold Democracy On "Day Of Shame"; U.S. Voter Suppression; U.K. To Test Truckers Transiting France; Ship Blocking Suez Canal Has Economic Toll; Boulder King Soopers Shooter Passed Background Check; Kenya Imposes New Lockdown On Some Provinces; Inside Hong Kong's Rough And Confusing Vaccine Rollout; Football Legend Thierry Henry Quits Social Media. Aired 5-6a ET
• Global Impact Grows As Massive Ship Still Blocking Suez Canal; Local Communities Take Action To Close Racial Wealth Gap; Clean Up Begins After Tornadoes Kill Six Across The Southeast; Biden: Georgia Voting Law "An Atrocity" Says DOJ Looking Into It; Dominion Files $1.6 Billion Defamation Lawsuit Against Fox News; Georgia Lawmaker Facing Two Felonies After Objecting To Voting Law; Gun Shop: Boulder Shooting Suspect Passed Background Check. Aired 12-1p ET
• Protest Planned Today Over Georgia Bill Restricting Voter Access; Georgia Voting Law Intensifies Democratic Debate Around Filibuster; Biden Looking At Possible Executive Action On Guns; Number Of Migrant Children In Federal Custody Continues To Surge; How A Texas Mom Escaped The Anti-Vaccine Movement. Aired 11a-12p ET
• GA Voting Law Gives Dems Reason To Push Filibuster Change; U.S. Sets New Record For Single-Day Vaccinations; Protests Across U.S. Call For End To Anti-Asian Violence; Tony Calcado, Executive Vice President & Chief Operating Officer, Rutgers University, Discusses Students Required To Get Vaccinated Before Returning To School; CNN Report: Thousands Of Uyghur Families In China Torn Apart By A Policy Some Call Genocide. Aired 1-2p ET
• Protesters Gather In Atlanta To Demonstrate Against New Georgia Voting Law; Georgia State Representative Arrested After Knocking On Governor's Door To Witness Signing Of Georgia Voting Law; Research Finds Pfizer And Moderna COVID-19 Vaccines Protect Pregnant Women And Allow Them To Pass Protective Antibodies To Newborns; Rallies Take Place In LA Protesting Recent Mistreatment Of Asian American Community; Suspect In Mass Shooting In Boulder, Colorado, Reportedly Passed Background Check; President Biden Looking Into Issuing Executive Orders On Gun Control. Aired 2-3p ET
• Biden: Georgia Voting Law "An Atrocity," Says DOJ Looking Into It; Former CDC Director Tells CNN He Thinks COVID-19 Originated In Chinese Lab, But Cites No Evidence; Boulder Officer Who Died In Shooting Led Team Into Store Within 30 Seconds Of Arriving On Scene; Gun Shop Owner: Shooting Suspect Passed Background Check; Biden Urges Action On Gun Control After Back-To-Back Mass Shootings; Large Container Ship Remains Stuck In Suez Canal; Tornado Survivor Calls Untouched Cross "A Miracle". Aired 3-4p ET
• Activists Call New Georgia Law Deliberate Voter Suppression; Georgia Governor Calls Voting Law Outrage A "False Narrative"; Dr. Birx: Majority Of COVID-19 Deaths Were Preventable; Biden Vows Transparency, Full Media Access At Border Facilities But Offers No Timetable; Teens, Adults Struggle With Mental Health As Pandemic Drags On; Texas Mom Escapes The Anti-vaccine Movement; Virginia Beach Officer Who Suspect To Death Did Not Activate Bodycam. Aired 8-9p ET
• Protesters Turn Out In Georgia Over New Voting Law; Biden: Georgia Voting Law "An Atrocity," Says DOJ Looking Into It; Biden Won't Say When Reporters Will Be Allowed Into Border Facilities; Interview With Rep. Vicente Gonzalez (D-TX); How A Texas Mom Escaped The Anti-Vaccine Movement; Boulder Officer Who Died In Shooting Led Team Into Store Within 30 Seconds Of Arriving On Scene; Gun Shop Owner: Shooting Suspect Passed Background Check; Center Supports Children With Down Syndrome In War-Torn Syria. Aired 5-6p ET
• Boycott Calls Grow As Georgia Adopts Controversial Voting Law; Activists Call New Georgia Law Deliberate Voter Suppression; Senior Border Patrol Official: Surge Expected To Last For Months; WSJ Reports Investigators Subpoena Dozens Of Cuomo Administration Officials; Top Tech Bosses Grilled On Social Media Spread Of Lies And Hate; Myanmar's U.N. Envoy Slams Military After Saturday Massacre. Aired 7-8p ET
• Activists Call New Georgia Law Deliberate Voter Suppression; U.S. Sets Daily Record For Vaccines Administered; Rep. Castro: Border Problems Are Result Of Trump Policies; Interview With Rep. Pete Aguilar (D-CA); Biden Admin Project At Least 34,100 More Beds Needed To Shelter Migrant Children; Temporary Living Situation Frustrates VP Kamala Harris; Gun Control Gridlock In Congress After Boulder Shooting. Aired 6-7p ET
• Clinical Trial Could Help Determine What Fully Vaccinated People Can And Cannot Do; WSJ: NY A.G. Subpoenas Dozens Of Cuomo Administration Officials; Dominion Sues FOX News For $1.6 Billion Over False Election Claims; Trump Falsely Tells FOX On Capitol Riot: "There Was Zero Threat"; Sharon Osbourne Leaving "The Talk" After Controversial Comments; Protesters Rally In L.A. To Support Asian- American Communities. Aired 4-5p ET


March 26, 2021
• Blockage Poses Costly Threat to Global Supply Chain; Pandemic Deepens Global Economic Divide; Biden Gives First News Conference Since Taking Office; North Korea: 'Newly Developed' Projectile Test a Success; China Denies Separating Uyghur Children from Families; Military in Myanmar Entwined in Country's Economy; Pfizer Vaccine Could be Available for Children Aged 12-15 by Next School Year. Aired 12-12:45a ET
• Domino Effect of Huge Traffic Jam in Suez Canal; Lessons Learned for Huge Ships; E.U. Lagging in Vaccine Distribution; Brazil Health System on its Breaking Point; Bad Leadership Has Consequences; Biden Warns Of Response If North Korean Missile Tests Escalates; U.S.- China Relations As President Biden Laid Out His Views On China; Xinjiang Forced Labor Allegations; Myanmar's Military's Extensive Business Ties; Crisis In Myanmar, Top General Is Chairman Of Major Conglomerate; Military Crackdown On Protesters Grows Bloodier Each Week; Critics Are Picking Apart On The Royal Inconsistencies. Aired 3- 4a ET
• China's U.S. Ambassador Calls CNN Report on Uyghur Children a "Fabrication"; H&M and Nike are Facing a Boycott in China; Harrowing Stories Out of Ethiopia's Tigray; Critics Point Out Contradictions in Harry and Meghan's Tell-All; $10 Billion A Day Suez Canal Blockage, Worldwide Impact On Supply Chains; North Korea's Second Test Evokes Response From Biden; North Korea Now Number One U.S. Foreign Policy Priority; The COVID Crisis Is The World's Crisis, 120 Million Now Forced Into Extreme Poverty; Netanyahu Wins Israeli Election But Must Form Coalition. Aired 1-2a ET
• A Least Five Killed as Tornadoes Rip Through the Southeast; Biden Sends Warning to North Korea About Missile Tests; Biden Give First News Conference of His Presidency; Georgia Republicans Pass Sweeping New Restrictions on Voting; Biden Suggests U.S. Senate Change Filibuster Rules; Crews Work to Free Ship as Blockage Threatens Global Trade. Aired 4-4:30a ET
• U.N. Sanctions Committee to Discuss North Korea Soon; Container Ship Stuck in Suez Canal; Coronavirus Pandemic; H&M and Nike are Facing Boycott in China; Crises in Myanmar; Crisis in Tigray; Critics Point Out Contradiction In Harry & Meghan's Tell-All; Democratic Law Makers Arrested As Georgia Governor Signs Sweeping Restrictions On Voting Into Law; Biden Slams Laws Aimed At Restricting Voting Access, Calling Them "Despicable" And "Un-American"; President Biden: No Idea If There Will Be A Republican Party In 2024; Five People Reported Killed As Tornado Touches Down In Alabama, Search & Rescue Operations Underway. Aired 2-3a ET
• Biden: Goal is 200 Million COVID Vaccine Shots in First 100 Days; Second Day of EU COVID-19 Summit Begins; Boulder Shooting Suspect Makes First Appearance in Court; Western Brands Like H&M, Nike Face Boycott in China; Critics Point Out Contradictions in Harry & Meghan's Tell-All. Aired 4:30-5a ET
• Georgia Republicans Pass Sweeping Bill Restricting Voting Access; Biden Says He is Open to Reforming Senate Filibuster Rules; White House COVID Response Team Holds Briefing. Aired 10-10:30a ET
• Pfizer Begins Younger Children Trial; Tornadoes Rip through Southeast; Adoptions Delayed by COVID. Aired 9:30-10a ET
• Biden Expected to Unveil $3 Trillion Jobs and Infrastructure Plan Next Week; CDC Says, 26 Percent of U.S. Adults Have Gotten At Least One Dose of Vaccine At Least Six Killed as Tornadoes Rip Throughout Southeast. Aired 11:30a-12p ET
• Biden Says He is Open to Reforming Senate Filibuster Rules; Dominion Voting Systems Files a $1.6 Billion Lawsuit Against Fox News; Study: COVID-19 Infects the Mouth and May Spread in Saliva; Georgia Republicans Pass Sweeping Bill Restricting Voting Access; Biden Pushes Forward with Ambitious Agenda on COVID, Economy. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• Dominion Sues FOX News For $1.6 Billion; Georgia Restricts Voter Access. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• Georgia Republicans Pass Sweeping Bill Restricting Voter Access; Trump Lies about Capitol Riot, Claiming Supporters were Hugging and Kissing Cops; Police Says, Motive Still Unknown for Boulder Rampage That Left Ten Dead. Aired 1-1:30p ET
• Live Coverage of COVID-19 Response Team; Previewing CNN Special Report "COVID WAR"; More Details Emerge in Boulder Shooting. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• Georgia Republicans Pass Sweeping Bill Restricting Voter Access; Biden: The Filibuster Has Been "Abused" In "An Extreme Way"; Former CDC Director Says He Thinks COVID-19 Originated In Chinese Lab But Has No Evidence. Aired 12:30-1p ET
• Georgia Republicans Pass Sweeping Bill Restricting Voter Access; Biden Blasts GOP Efforts to Limit Voting Rights; Trump Claims Deadly Insurrection was "Zero Threat" to Capitol; Dominion Voting Files $1.68B Defamation Suit Against Fox. Aired 11-11:30a ET
• Any Moment: Officials Update Boulder Shooting Investigation; Police: "We Too Want To Know Why" But Still No Motive; Boulder Officials Update Investigation Into Mass Shooting; DA: "Remains To Be Seen" Whether Motive Will Ever Be Known; Police: Investigation Likely "At Least a Year-Long Journey". Aired 12-12:30p ET
• Dominion Sues FOX News For $1.6 Billion; Georgia Restricts Voter Access. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• Over A Quarter of Americans Now Have At Least One COVID Shot; Deadly Tornadoes Tear Across Alabama And Georgia; Trump Says Insurrection Was Zero Threat to Capitol. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• Many States Open Vaccine Eligibility to People 16 Years & Older; Biden: Infrastructure And Jobs Initiative is Next Priority on Agenda; Tornado Outbreak Hits Georgia & Alabama. Aired 1:30-2p ET
• Former CDC Director Says He Thinks COVID-19 Originated in Chinese Lab But Has No Evidence; Fauci: Redfield Was Likely Expressing That There Are "Possibilities" of How a Virus Adapts and Spreads; Report: Trump Pits Potential Senate Candidates Against Each Other for His Endorsement; Biden Reacts to New Georgia Voting Law; U.S. Navy Expected to Send Assessment Team to Assist with Container Ship Stuck in Suez Canal. Aired 2:30-3p ET


March 25, 2021
• North Korea Fires Two Ballistic Missiles; E.U. Proposes Tighter COVID-19 Vaccine Export Controls; Vaccine Rollouts Along The Irish Border; Massive Ship Stuck In Suez Canal; Poverty Grows In Lebanon As Political Stalemate Drags On. Aired 2-2:45a ET
• Re-Floating Massive Ship Could Take Up to a Week; E.U. and U.K. Working on 'Specific Solutions' for Vaccine Supply; E.U. Proposes Tighter COVID Vaccine Export Controls; Brazil's Health Ministry Changes COVID-19 Reporting Criteria; Poverty Grows as Political Stalemate Drags On in Lebanon; Senate Dem and GOP Leaders Trade Blows Over Ballots; CDC Director 'Worried' About Latest COVID-19 Data; Uyghur Families Desperate to Reunite; North Korea Fires Two Ballistic Missiles; U.S. Threatens Sanctions over Nord Stream 2 Pipeline. Aired 12-12:45a ET
• Re-Floating Massive Ship Coup Take Up to a Week; Merkel Apologizes for Confusion over Easter Restrictions; Two Contrasting Vaccine Rollouts along the Irish Border; Reconnecting the Atlantic Forest' Nike Statement on Xinjiang Triggers Chinese Backlash; U.S. Secretary of State To Wrap Talks with NATO Allies; Bulgaria Breaks Alleged Russian Spy Ring; North Korea Tests Biden Administration With Short-Range Missile Launch; Olympic Torch Bearers Try To Project Hope And Recovery; Blocked Suez Canal Could Take A Week To Clear; E.U. And U.K. In Vaccine Distribution Dispute; AstraZeneca Releases Revised Efficacy Stats In The U.S. Aired 1-2a ET
• Families Torn Apart by China's Cruel Policies; North Korea Launch two Ballistic Missiles; AstraZeneca Out with a New Efficacy Report; Container Ship Blocks Suez Canal; Brazil Sets Up Committee A Year After Pandemic Began; Countries Across Europe Battling Third COVID-19 Surge; E.U. And U.K. Working On Win-Win Situation On Vaccines; Two Contrasting Vaccine Rollouts Along The Irish Border; Biden To Meet Virtually With European Council Summit; Tokyo Games Clear First Hurdle; Why Japan's Torchbearer Choose To Run; Robot Sophia's Artwork. Aired 3-4a ET
• North Korea Fires Two Ballistic Missiles; Colorado Shooting Suspect Due in Court to Face Charges in Coming Hours; Biden to Hold First Formal News Conference; AstraZeneca Releases New Efficacy Data After Criticism; Brazil's Health Minister Changes COVID-19 Reporting Criteria; EU Proposes Tighter Export Controls for COVID-19 Vaccines. Aired 4-4:30a ET
• Texas Town Struggles as More People Cross Southern Border; Blinken Calls for Unity with EU Against Coercive China; EU Proposes Tighter Export Controls for COVID-19 Vaccines; New Footage Shows Bear Spray Attack on Slain Police Officer; High Chance of Tornadoes in Parts of the South; New Image Helps Explain Black Hole Jets. Aired 4:30-5a ET
• Shooting Suspect Expected to Make First Court Appearance; Today, Biden Holds First Press Conference of Presidency; AstraZeneca Updates Data on How Well its Vaccine Works after Criticism. Aired 10- 10:30a ET
• Soon: Biden Holds First News Conference of Presidency; Grocery Store Massacre Suspect Makes First Court Appearance; Georgia Expands Vaccine Eligibility to Anyone 16+ Years Old. Aired 11-11:30a ET
• States Expand Vaccine Eligibility with Six Opening Shots to All; Videos Show All of Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene (R-GA) Among January 6 Insurrectionists; Big Tech CEOs to be Grilled by Congress on Misinformation. Aired 11:30a-12p ET
• Boulder Shooting Suspect Expected to Make First Court Appearance Today; FBI Examines Boulder Shooting Suspect's Online Activity; North Korea Fires 2 Ballistic Missiles, Prompting Concerns Among U.S. Allies; Biden Holds First Press Conference as Administration Faces Key Tests; Georgia Expands Vaccine Eligibility to All Residents Ages 16 and Older. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• Biden Gives First News Conference Since Taking Office. Aired 1- 1:30p ET
• President Biden Holds Press Conference. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• CNN: Biden To Announce New Goal Of 200 Million Vaccinations In First 100 Days; CNN: Handful Of Senate Democrats Resist Biden's Agenda; Soon: Biden Holds First News Conference Of Presidency; Grocery Store Massacre Suspect Makes First Court Appearance; Boulder Community Calls For Change After 10 Killed By Gunman. Aired 12-12:30p ET
• China Policies Split Uyghur Families; China Blocks CNN Broadcast; Facebook, Twitter and Google CEOs Testify on Capitol Hill Today. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• North Korea Fires Two Ballistic Missiles; Migrant Children in U.S. Custody; Georgia House Set to Pass Voting Bill; Rep. Mike Thompson (D-CA) is Interviewed about Gun Legislation. Aired 9:30-10a ET.
• North Korea Challenge; President Biden Holds Press Conference. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• Soon: Biden To Set New Goal Of 200M Vaccinations In First 100 Days; GA House Set To Pass Sweeping Bill To Restrict Voting Access; Soon: Biden Holds First News Conference Of Presidency. Aired 12:30-1p ET
• Colorado Massacres Suspect Makes First Court Appearance; Boulder Shooter Held Without Bail, Mental Health Evaluation Ordered; More Than 50 Million Americans at Risk of Severe Weather; Biden Doubles Nationwide Vaccine Goal to 200 Million Before May; Tech Executives Waffle on Responsibility for Capitol Riots. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• Biden Gives 1st News Conference Since Taking Office; Biden: "Filibuster Being Abused in a Gigantic Way"; Biden: Border Crisis Best Solved By Addressing Issues in Origin Nations; Biden: Jobs Bill Will Be Next Priority; President Biden Expands Vaccine Goal to 200 Million Shots in Arms in 1st 100 Days; Biden: GOP Measures to Restrict Voting Are "Un-American, It's Sick". Aired 2:30-3p ET
• President Biden Holds a Press Conference. Aired 1:30-2p ET


March 24, 2021
• Israeli Election Exit Polls Project No Clear Winner; Brazil Sees Over 3,000 Daily Deaths; U.K. Reflects On Loss One Year After First Lockdown; Biden Urges Assault Weapons Ban; Police Identify Boulder Supermarket Victims; Hundreds Of Arrested Protesters Freed In Yangon; White House: North Korea Missile Tests "Low End" Threat; Activists Helping Myanmar Refugees Cross Border. Aired 2-2:45a ET
• Police Identify Boulder Supermarket Victims; Israeli Election Exit Polls Project No Clear Winner; Brazil Sees Over 3,000 Daily Deaths; AstraZeneca Stands By U.S. Vaccine Trial Results; Myanmar Protesters Call For "Silent Strike"; Activists Helping Myanmar Refugees Cross Border; White House: North Korea Missile Tests Pose "Low End" Threat; Houthi Rebels Reject New Saudi Ceasefire Proposal; U.K. Reflects On Loss, One Year After First Lockdown. Aired 12-1a ET
• AstraZeneca Given 48 Hours To Clear Up Efficacy Claims; Political Stalemate In Israel's Election But Netanyahu Claims Victory; Colorado Shooter: A Muslim American Isolated; Biden Calls For Ban On Assault Weapons; Brazil's Supreme Court Rules In Favor Of COVID Restrictions Set By States; Myanmar In Silent Protest After Death Of Seven-Year-Old; Large Container Ship Stuck in Suez Canal; U.S. Secretary of State Blinken Meeting with NATO Leaders; Ethiopian Leader Confirms Eritrean Troops in Tigray; Houthi Rebels Reject New Saudi Ceasefire Proposal; Investigation Finds Shocking Police Torture in Belarus; Devastating Fire at Rohingya Camp. Aired 1-2a ET
• Belarusians Flee for Their Lives; Ninety Percent Votes Counted in Israel's Fourth Election; Too Early to Declare Victory for Any Party; Police Now Release Names of 10 Victims in Colorado Shooting; President Biden Wants Senate to Pass New Gun Laws; France Vaccination Racing with the Virus; North Korea Missile Test Pose Low End Threat; Russia Tops Agenda As NATO Countries Meet In Brussels; Crisis In Myanmar, Hundreds Of Protesters Freed From Prison; Ethiopian Leader Addresses Atrocities; United Kingdom Marks One Year After First Lockdown. Aired 3-4a ET
• Police Identify Victims, Ages Range from 30 to 65; Suspect Charged with 10 Counts of First-Degree Murder; Biden Urges Assault Weapons Ban, Closing Loopholes; Israeli Election Too Close to Call as Vote Count Continues; AstraZeneca Stands by U.S. Vaccine Trial Results; U.K. Reflects on Loss, One Year After First Lockdown. Aired 4-4:30a ET
• Biden Urges Assault Weapons Ban, Closing Loopholes; Police Identify Victims, Ages Range from 20 to 65; White House: North Korean Missile Test Poses Low End Threat; Russia Tops Agenda as NATO Countries Meet in Brussels; Investigation Finds Shocking Police Torture in Belarus; From Columbine to Boulder: Colorado's History of Gun Violence. Aired 4:30-5a ET
• New Details Emerging on Ten Victims of Boulder Shooting; Biden Calls for Assault Weapons Ban and Background Checks. Aired 10-10:30a ET
• Another American City Mourns Lives Lost to Gun Violence; Prosecutors Allege Oath Keepers, Proud Boys Coordinate Before January 6 Capitol Attack; Biden, Harris Push Senate to Pass House-Passed Gun Reforms. Aired 11:30a-12p ET
• New Details Emerging on 10 Victims of Boulder Shooting; CDC: Watching "Very Closely" As Case Decline Stalls. Aired 11-11:30a ET
• Prosecutors Say Oath Keepers, Proud Boys Coordinated Before Capitol Attack; Biden Calls for Assault Weapons Ban and Background Checks; Boulder Shooting Reignites Push for Gun Control Measures; 21- Year-Old Charged with 10 Counts of First-Degree Murder; Remembering the Victims of the Boulder Supermarket Shooting. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• Hospitals Left in Shambles after Pandemic; Rep. Don Bacon (R- NE) is Interviewed about Gun Reform; North Korea Conducts Weapons Test. Aired 9:30-10a ET.
• Family Mourns for Independent Spirit of Niece Killed in Rampage; Prosecutors Say, Oath Keepers, Proud Boys Coordinated before January 6th Attack; Senate Committee to Hear from Military Survivors of Sexual Assault. Aired 1-1:30p ET
• Biden Calls For Assaults Weapons Ban; Remembering the Colorado Shooting Victims. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• Health and Human Services Report Finds Hospital Stress; Uneven Distribution and Technology Challenges Cause Vaccine Inequities; Live Coverage of COVID-19 Response Team. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• China Hackers Target Facebook; Democrats Push Voting Rights Legislation; Colorado Massacre Investigation. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• 21-Year-Old Charged With 10 Counts Of First Degree Murder; Kamala Harris: I Actually Thought Sandy Hook Would Have Been What Moved Congress; Another American City Mourns Lives Lost To Gun Violence; HHS Report: Year Fighting COVID Leaves Hospitals In Shambles; Remembering The Victims Of Boulder Supermarket Shooting. Aired 12-12:30p ET
• Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand (D-NY) Discusses Subcommittee to Hear from Military Survivors of Sexual Harassment, Mounting Calls for NY Governor Cuomo to Resign, Gun Control & Mental Health; Fauci Says New Data Is Proof Positive Vaccinations Work; Study: Pandemic Has Taken Dire Toll on Health Care Workers, Hospitals; Health Experts Say Gun Violence Is a Public Health Crisis as Biden Eyes Gun Control; McConnell: House Gun Reform Bills Do Not Address Mental Illness. Aired 1:30-2p ET
• Family Of Colorado Shooting Victim Rikki Olds Speaks; Limited Press Coverage Allowed As WH Officials, Lawmakers Tour Border Facility. Aired 12:30-1p ET
• New Details Merge on 10 Victims of Boulder Shooting; Biden Tasks Harris to Lead Diplomatic Efforts in Central America to Address Immigration; Clinton Says U.S. Should Share Vaccines with Developing Countries; Putin Gets Vaccinated Behind Closed Doors; Brazil Records Highest Daily COVID Deaths Ever; Some Hard Hit Black Communities Lack Access to COVID-19 Vaccine. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• Biden Meets with Health, Immigration & Security Advisers; Biden: V.P. Harris to Lead U.S. Effort to Stem Migration to U.S.- Mexico Border; Fauci Says New Data Is Proof Positive Vaccinations Work; Study: Pandemic Has Taken Dire Toll on Health Care Workers, Hospitals; Sen. Sanders: Not "Comfortable" with Trump Twitter Ban. Aired 2:30-3p ET


March 23, 2021
• Multiple Dead In Shooting At Colorado Supermarket; Israeli Election. Aired 2-2:45a ET
• Did Not Air 12-1a ET
• Breaking News: Updates On Colorado Supermarket Shooting; Second U.S. Mass Shooting In Less Than A Week; 10 Killed In Supermarket Shooting In Boulder, Colorado; Congress Meets This Week On Background Checks For Firearms; Ten Killed in Colorado Supermarket Shooting; Israelis Back at the Polls; U.S. & Allies Hit China with Sanctions over Uyghurs; E.U. and U.S. Impose More Sanctions on Coup Leaders; Historic Life-Threatening Rains Inundate New South Wales. Aired 1-2a ET
• Ten People Killed in Colorado Shooting; Suspect Taken into Custody by Boulder P.D.; Authorities Need to Dig Suspect's Background; Witnesses Shared Their Traumatizing Experience; Healthcare Workers Encourage to Stay Out of NRA's Gun Debate; 10 Killed In Colorado Supermarket Shooting; Germany Extends Lockdown Until April 18; Boris Johnson Warns Of Possible Third Wave In The United Kingdom; Brazil Surpasses 12 Million Total COVID-19 Cases; United States And Allies Sanction Chinese Officials Over Uyghurs; Historic Life-Threatening Rains Inundate New South Wales; Israel Holds Fourth Election In Two Years. Aired 3-4a ET
• Ten Killed in Mass Shooting at Colorado Grocery Store; First officer Who Responded to Mass Shooting in Boulder was Killed; Senate Judiciary Committee Holds Hearing on Gun Violence. Aired 10-10:30a ET
• Witnesses Say, Grocery Store Workers Kept Others from Danger; U.S. Health Officials Question Outdated AstraZeneca Vaccine Data; Biden will Deliver Remarks on Boulder Shooting This Afternoon. Aired 11:30a-12p ET
• All 10 Victims of Colorado Shooting Now Identified; Suspect Charged with 10 Counts of First-Degree Murder. Aired 11-11:30a ET
• Interview With Former Housing and Urban Development Secretary Julian Castro; Colorado Massacre. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• Biden Reacts to Colorado Shooting that Killed Ten People; Ten Killed in Colorado Rampage Ranged in Age from 20 to 65; Grocery Store Attack Adds to Colorado's Tragic History of Mass Shooting. Aired 1- 1:30p ET
• Andy Slavitt is Interviewed about the Colorado Shooting and the Government's COVID Response; Pressure Builds on Biden to Act on Guns; Sidney Powell Sued for Defamation. Aired 9:30-10a ET.
• AstraZeneca Trial Data May Be Incomplete; Live Coverage of Boulder Press Conference; Local Politicians and Investigators Express Condolences and Commit to Justice. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• Boulder Grocery Store Massacre Nation's 7th Mass Shooting In 7 Days; 11-Year Boulder PD Veteran Among 10 Dead In Supermarket Shooting; All 10 Victims, Suspects In Boulder Supermarket Shooting Identified; Tense Senate Hearing On Gun Reform Highlights Party Divisions; Obama Releases Statement On Co-Shooting & Gun Violence. Aired 12-12:30p ET
• Interview With Rep. Ted Deutch (D-FL); Colorado Massacre. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• Ten Killed in Mass Shooting at Colorado Grocery Store; White House Facing New Challenges in Race to Vaccinate America; Futures Mixed Ahead of Powell Testimony on Capitol Hill. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• State Rep. Tom Sullivan (D-CO) Discusses Colorado Grocery Store Mass Shooting & Gun Control; Tense Senate Hearing on Gun Reform Highlights Party Divisions; Jury Seated in Trial of Officer Accused of Killing George Floyd; U.S. Health Officials Question AstraZeneca Vaccine Trial Data; New Study Finds COVID Long Haulers Experience Several Neurological Symptoms Lasting 6 Weeks or More; Pro-Trump Lawyer Now Argues "No Reasonable Person" Would Believe Her Voter Fraud Lies Were "Fact". Aired 1:30-2p ET
• Rep. Edie Hooton (D-CO), Is Interviewed About The Boulder Shooting; Biden Pressured To Act On Guns After Latest Mass Shootings; Biden Praises "Hero" Officer Killed In Colorado Mass Shooting. Aired 12:30-1p ET
• U.S. Health Officials Question AstraZeneca Vaccine Trial Data; Fauci: AstraZeneca Made "Unforced Error"; Regeneron's Antibody Drug Shows Promise in Trials; Police: Motive Still Unknown in Colorado Ramage that Killed 10; Facebook Shuts Down Social Media Accounts of Boulder Shooter; Source Says A.R.-15-Style Weapon Used in Mass Shooting; USPS Chief Calls for Longer Delivery Times, Cut in Post Office Hours. Aired 2:30-3p ET
• Biden Calls for Stricker Gun Laws After Colorado Mass Shooting; Interview with Rep. Ted Deutch (D-FL) on Boulder Mass Shooting; Boulder Police Chief Says Officer Talley Was a Kind Man, Father of Seven; Suspect Charged with 10 Counts of First-Degree Murder; Review Board Raises Concern AstraZeneca May Have Included Outdated Data in Its Trial Findings. Aired 3:30-4p ET


March 22, 2021
• Brazil Approaching 300,000 Deaths from COVID-19; First Vaccine Dose Given to Half of the Adult U.K. Population; New Surge Prompts Four-Week Lockdown in 16 French Regions; Natural Disaster Declared in Parts of Australia Amid Flooding; E.U. Set to Sanction Myanmar Military Officials for Coup; Rise in Hate Crimes Against Asian Americans after Pandemic; Biden Weighing When to Withdraw Troops from Afghanistan; Netanyahu Courting Arab Voters; U.K.'s Royal Family Considers Naming a 'Diversity Chief'. Aired 12-1a ET
• Brazilians Desperate For Vaccines, Hospitals Running Out Of ICU Beds And Supplies; Cuba And China To Join Up To Develop New Vaccine; U.K. Has Vaccinated Half Its Adult Population, E.U. Faces Supply Shortage; NSW In Australia: Disastrous 100-Year Flooding Event; Marches, Rallies And Vigils In Support Of Asian Americans; Perspective From An Asian American: Sometimes We Feel Like Perpetual Foreigners; Voters Polarized For or Against Netanyahu; E.U. Set to Sanction Myanmar Military Officials for Coup; Erdogan Fires Central Bank Chief, Lira Plunges. Aired 1-2a ET
• Miami Beach Under State of Emergency; Crisis at the Southern Border with Thousands of Child Immigrants; Secretary of State Blinken Meets with NATO in Brussels; Rallies Held Denouncing Anti-Asian Hate Crimes; Rally in Bristol Turns Violent; Voters Polarized For or Against Netanyahu; Natural Disaster Declared in Parts of Australia Amid Flooding; Rise in Hate Crimes Against Asian Americans After Pandemic. Aired 2-3a ET
• Health Officials Not Pleased Seeing Crowded Places; Vaccine Finally Delivered in Brazil; Cuba and China Join Together to Develop a Vaccine; Australia Inundated with a Once-in-a-Century Flooding; Protesters in Bristol Turned Violent; President Erdogan Ousted Central Bank Chief; Partygoers Ignore Health Protocols; Health Violators May Jeopardize Hard-Earned Efforts; Biden Team Facing Challenges on the Southern Border; Asian-Americans Fear for Their Lives; U.S. Top Official Meeting with NATO Members. Aired 3-4a ET
• Massive Crowds Pack Miami Beach Defying COVID Warnings; Experts Urge Continued Caution Even as Vaccinations Increase; Biden Says He'll Go to Southern Border at Some Point; Rallies, Vigils Across U.S. Denounce Anti-Asian Crimes. Aired 4-4:30a ET
• U.S. Defense Secretary Makes Surprise Trip to Afghanistan; U.S. Secretary of State Blinken to Attend NATO, EU meetings; Netanyahu Faces Centrist and Right-Wing Opposition; Europe is Facing Another Surge in Coronavirus Cases; U.K. Officials Condemn Violent Bristol Protests; U.K.'s Royal Family Considers Naming Diversity Chief. Aired 4:30-5a ET
• AstraZeneca Says, Coronavirus Vaccine 79 Percent Effective in U.S. Trial; Partisan Divide across U.S. may be Slowing Vaccinations; Homeland Security Secretary Says, U.S.-Mexico Border is Closed. Aired 10-10:30a ET
• AstraZeneca: Coronavirus Vaccine 79 Percent Effective in U.S. Trial; White House COVID Response Team Holds Briefing; Biden Says He Will Visit the Southern Border "At Some Point". Aired 11-11:30a ET
• Rep. Tom Reed (R-NY) Apologizes for Sexual Misconduct Allegation, Won't Run in 2022; White House Announces Senior Administration Officials will Travel to Mexico and Guatemala; Rallies of Support Following Atlanta-Area Spa Shootings. Aired 11:30a-12p ET
• CDC Chief Warns of Surge as Fourth Vaccine Candidate Shows High Efficacy; Homeland Security Secretary Says, U.S.-Mexico Border is Closed. Aired 1-1:30p ET
• Biden Infrastructure Plan; Atlanta Shooting Investigation; Another COVID Surge Ahead? Aired 2-2:30p ET
• Biden Vows to go to Border; Atlanta Shooting Victim's Family Call for Justice; Tensions Between the U.S. and China Grow; Supreme Court to Review Boston Marathon Bomber's Case. Aired 9:30-10a ET.
• Migrant Surge; Biden Blasts Vladimir Putin; Trump Culpable For Capitol Riot?; AstraZeneca COVID Vaccine Trial Results. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• Growing Calls for Hate Crime Charges in the Atlanta Murders as Police Still Work to Name a Motive; Some Insurrectionists from Jan. 6 Could Face Sedition Charges; Desperation Across Brazil as Coronavirus Spreads Rapidly Through the Country. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• Protests Across U.S. Call for end to Anti-Asian Violence; Family of Atlanta Shooting Victim Calls for Justice; DoorDash to Offer Same-Day Delivery of COVID Tests; E.U. Threatens to Block AstraZeneca Vaccine Exports to U.K.; French Push Back on New COVID Restrictions; Sen. Paul Strauss, (D), Washington, D.C. Shadow Senator, Discusses New Momentum in Push to Make Washington, DC, a State; U.K. Royal Family Considering A Diversity Consultant. Aired 1:30-2p ET
• AstraZeneca Touts 79 Percent Efficacy Rate of Its Vaccine; Miami Beach Extends Emergency Curfew to Control Spring Break Chaos; Former Top Prosecutor Says Trump May Be "Culpable" for Insurrection; Biden Pledges to Take New Steps to Ease Surge of Child Migrants; Nasdaq Futures Higher After Weeks of Losses. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• Blinken Meets with NATO Allies Amid Tensions with Russia And China; Rep. Tom Reed on Sexual Misconduct, I'm Sorry; Cuomo Resists Calls to Resign; Rallies Held Across Country in Support of Asian- Americans; Atlanta Spa Shootings May Be First Case Tried Under New Georgia Hate Crime Law; Buckingham Palace Considers Appointing Diversity Chief. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• White House Preparing $3 Trillion Jobs & Infrastructure Plan for Biden; Inside a Closed-Door U.S. Border Patrol Facility in Texas Amid Crisis; Former Top Capitol Riot Prosecutor: Trump May be Culpable; Trump Endorses Primary Opponent of GA Secretary of State Raffensperger; Rep. Brooks to Make Senate Announcement after Talking to Trump; Spokesman: Trump to Return to Social Media with Own Platform; Florida Governor Attends Mar-a-Largo Fundraiser Despite COVID Outbreak There. Aired 2:30-3p ET


March 21, 2021
• London Police Arrest 36 In Anti-Lockdown Protest; AstraZeneca Vaccine Still Suspended In Majority Of European Countries; The Reality Of Long-Haul COVID-19; Major Flooding In Australia; New Pipeline Battle In Minnesota; Women Protest After Erdogan Withdraws From Treaty; U.S. Rallies Against Asian American Violence; U.S. Troops In Afghanistan; World Down Syndrome Day. Aired 12-1a ET
• U.S. Rallies Against Asian-American Violence; AstraZeneca Vaccine Still Suspended In Majority Of European Countries; World Down Syndrome Day; High Vaccine Hesitancy In U.S. Among Republicans; Future Of U.S. Troops In Afghanistan; Major Flooding In Australia; Iceland Monitoring Volcano Activity. Aired 2-3a ET
• COVID-19 Vaccination In U.S. Reaches 13 Percent; AstraZeneca Vaccine Still Suspended In Majority Of European Countries; U.S. Rallies Against Asian-American Violence; DHS Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas Visits Texas Border; Pressure Growing On Myanmar Military As Deaths Climb; High Vaccine Hesitancy In U.S. Among Republicans; Japan Opens Super Nintendo World. Aired 3-4a ET
• U.S. Border Crisis; Miami Beach Curfew Imposed; U.S. Rallies Against Asian-American Violence; COVID-19 Vaccination In U.S. Reaches 13 Percent; London Police Arrest 36 In Anti-Lockdown Protest; Thousands Rally At Anti-Netanyahu Demo; International Fans Barred From Japan During Tokyo Olympics; Vaccine Skepticism Raises Concerns In U.S. Military. Aired 4-5a ET
• AstraZeneca Vaccine Still Suspended In Majority Of European Countries; Miami Beach Curfew Imposed; U.S. Rallies Against Asian- American Violence; U.S. Border Crisis; Major Flooding In Australia; World Down Syndrome Day; Japan Opens Super Nintendo World. Aired 5-6a ET
• Miami Beach Under State Of Emergency Amid "Overwhelming" Crowds; More Than 5,000 Children Now In Border Patrol Custody; Defense Secretary Austin Makes Unannounced Visit To Afghanistan; Crowds Across U.S. Hold Anti-Hate Rallies After Spa Shootings; New CDC Guidance: Three Feet Of Distancing Is Safe In Schools; D.C. Statehood Push Gets New Life On Capitol Hill; Men's Tournament It With Its First COVID Forfeit. Aired 2-3p ET
• Miami Beach Imposes Emergency COVID Curfew Amid Spring Break Crowds; Anti-Hate Rallies Across The U.S. After Spa Shootings; "Gran Torino" Actor On Anti-Asian Racism During COVID-19 Era; More Than 15,000 Migrant Children In Federal Custody; How Right-Wing Media Is Spreading Vaccine Skepticism; Calls For Hate Crime Charges After Atlanta-Area Spa Shooting; Royal Family May Consider Appointing Diversity Chief After Prince Harry And Meghan Markle Racism Claims. Aired 4-5p ET
• Miami Beach Imposes 8:00 P.M. Curfew On Spring Breakers; Spa Owner In Atlanta Shooting Remembered; Senator Ron Johnson Claims No Violence On Senate On January 6th; Crisis At The Southern Border; Big Tech To Face Congress On Misinformation; President Biden Finally Addresses Press On Immigration; Final Episode Of "Lincoln: Divided We Stand." Aired 5-6p ET
• Miami Beach Under State Of Emergency Amid Overwhelming Crowds; More Than 5,000 Children Now In Border Patrol Custody; Crowds Across U.S. Hold Anti-Hate Rallies After Spa Shootings. Aired 3-4p ET
• Miami Beach Police Use Pepper Balls In Spring Break Crackdown; Biden Says He'll Go To The Border At Some Point; Brazil's Health Care System On The Brink Of Collapse; Huge Rally Against Hate In New York; In Atlanta Today, Prayers, condolences For Eight Victims Of Tuesday's Shooting Spree From Suspected Killer's Church; Doctor Who Stayed In An RV For A Year Reunites With Her Family. Aired 6-7p ET
• Miami Beach Takes Drastic Measures To Control Revelers; Biden Addresses Reporters On Immigration; Hundreds Gather To Support Asian Communities, Demand Change; How Brazil Became A Global COVID Threat; C.D.C. Says Virtual Learning May Increase Risk To Mental Health And Wellness; Some Republicans Opposed Medal Over Insurrection Term; NY Rep. Tom Reed (R) Takes Full Responsibility Following Allegations Of Sexual Misconduct. Aired 7-8p ET


March 20, 2021
• Ireland Resumes AstraZeneca Vaccine; Rio de Janeiro Closing Beaches to Spare ICUs; Olympic Athletes Face Mental Challenges. Aired 12-12:15a ET
• German Health Minister: Not Enough Vaccines to Stop Third Wave; Rio de Janeiro Closing Beaches to Spare ICUs; U.S.-China Tensions; Rape as a Weapon of War in Tigray; Iceland's Residents Warned as Volcano Erupts; Europe's Plagued Vaccine Rollout; Ireland Resumes AstraZeneca Vaccine; Future of the Pandemic. Aired 2-2:45a ET
• German Health Minister: Not Enough Vaccines to Stop Third Wave; China Says It Will Safeguard Its Sovereignty; The Brutality of Syria's War on Children; Iceland's Residents Warned as Volcano Erupts. Aired 3-3:30a ET
• Biden Condemns Bigotry; Information Emerging About Atlanta Spa Murders; Biden Declares "Science Is Back" During CDC Visit; New CDC School Guidelines; Europe Resumes AstraZeneca Vaccine; U.S.-China Tensions; Current Cuomo Aide Alleges Sexual Harassment; U.S. Sending Vaccine To Mexico; Increased Attempted Migrant Crossings Into U.S.; Iceland's Residents Warned As Volcano Erupts; Olympic Athletes Face Mental Challenges. Aired 4-5a ET
• Some Information Released About Victims Of Shooting Spree At Asian Massage Parlors In Atlanta Area; President Biden And Vice President Harris Remark On Recent Rise In Violence Against Asian- Americans In U.S.; Interview With Rep. Mark Takano (D-CA); CDC Releases New Guidance Reducing Social Distancing Requirement In Schools; As Number Of Immigrants Increase, Biden Administration Attempting To Find Sites To Accommodate Children Crossing The U.S.- Mexico Border Alone; FBI Releases New Graphic Video Of Capitol Hill Siege; Americans Tell Their Stories Of Losing Loved Ones To COVID-19. Aired 10-11a ET
• Information Emerging About Atlanta Spa Murders; Biden Condemns Bigotry; U.S. Vaccine Eligibility Soon Expanding To All; U.S. Sending Vaccine To Mexico; Rape As A Weapon Of War In Tigray; Cubans Risking It All To Flee By Boat; Current Cuomo Aide Alleges Sexual Harassment; Olympic Athletes Face Mental Challenges. Aired 5-6a ET
• NCAA Apologizes For Disparity In Workout Equipment; Biden Condemns "Skyrocketing" Hate Crimes Against Asians; New CDC Guidance Cuts Social Distancing Requirement To Three Feet; FBI Releases New Video Of Capitol Rioters Assaulting Police; Rioters Hurled Racial Slurs At Black Capitol Police Officers; Asian Americans Testify About Rise In Violence During Pandemic; Famed Tuskegee Airmen Celebrate 80 Years With New Museum; Fourteen Members Of The House Say They Are Not Vaccinated Yet. Aired 12-1p ET
• Asians Feeling More Fearful Following Deadly Spa Attacks; Interview With Atlanta, Georgia Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms (D); Biden Now Aims To Administer 200 Million Doses By His 100th Day; Cuomo Faces Claims Of Sexual Harassment From Current Aide; Biden Administration Off To A Combative Start With Russia, China; Interview With Rep. Raja Krishnamoorthi (D-IL); Trump Confidant, Roger Stone Appears In New Court Filings; NCAA Apologizes For Disparity In Workout Equipment. Aired 11a-12p ET
• Around 1,200 Migrant Children Expected At Dallas Facility; Spa Shooting Suspect Charged With Murder, Multiple Felonies; Biden Now Aims To Administer 200 Million Doses By His 100th Day; Judge Rules Chauvin Murder Trial Will Continue & Not Relocate; Family Discuses Decision For Two Kids To Participate In Moderna Vaccine Trial; War Of Words Erupts Between Biden & Putin; Trump's Private 757 Jet Abandoned & In Need Of Repairs At New York Airport. Aired 1-2p ET
• As Number of Immigrants Increase, Biden Administration Attempts To Find Sites To Accommodate Children Crossing The U.S.-Mexico Border Alone; President Biden Condemns Recent Rise In Anti-Asian Crimes; Rallies Organized In Atlanta To Protest Violence Against Asian- American Community; CDC Releases New Guidance Reducing Social Distancing Requirement In Schools; New Accusations Leveled At New York Governor Andrew Cuomo For Sexually Inappropriate Behavior By Current Aide; Most Residents In Oklahoma City Say They Will Not Take COVID-19 Vaccine. Aired 2-3p ET
• Calls For Hate Crime Charges After Atlanta Area Spa Shootings; Asian-American Communities On Edge After Deadly Shootings; Up To 1,200 Migrant Children Expected At Dallas Facility; NYT: Cuomo Faces New Claim Of Sexual Harassment From Current Aide; CDC Relaxes Social Distancing Guidelines For Schools; White House: 100 Million Shots In 100 Days Goal Met 42 Days Early; "Dog Whisperer," Cesar Millan, Discusses Training First Dog, Major, And Immigration. Aired 3-4p ET
• Up To 1,200 Migrant Children Expected At Dallas Facility; Calls For Hate Crime Charges After Atlanta Area Spa Shootings; Asian- American Communities On Edge After Deadly Shootings; Fauci Tells Sen. Rand Paul That Masks Are Not "Theater"; NYT: Current Cuomo Aide Alleges Sexual Harassment In Deepening Scandal; Twelve Republicans Vote Against Honoring Capitol Police Officers Who Protected Them During Capitol Riot; George W. Bush: Capitol Riot "Made Me Sick To My Stomach"; Trump's Private 757 Jet Abandoned & In Need Of Repairs At New York Airport. Aired 4-5p ET
• More Than 5,000 Unaccompanied Migrant Children In Custody; White House Says On Pace For 200 Million Vaccines In First 100 Days; NYT: Reports Current Aide Accusing Governor Cuomo Of Sexual Harassment; Asian-Americans Share Personal Experiences With Bias, Hate; WH Shifts Messaging Over Concern About GOP Vaccine Hesitancy; Trump's Gold-Filled Personal Jet Now Out Of Commission; ER Doc Reunites With Her Family After A Year Of Isolating In An RV. Aired 6- 7p ET
• Calls For Hate Crime Charges After Atlanta-Area Spa Shootings; CDC Updates Guidance On Physical Distancing In Schools; Asian- Americans Targeted With Attacks, Racial Slurs During Pandemic; CNN Reporter Shares Her Experience Amid Rising Anti-Asian Hate; Interview With Mayor Dan Gelber (D) Of Miami Beach; Former Rep. Jane Harman (D- CA) Discusses Biden Taking Hard Stance With Russia, China & Russian Election Meddling. Aired 5-6p ET
• Asian-American Communities On Edge After Deadly Shootings; Calls For Hate Crime Charges After Atlanta Area Spa Shootings; New CDC Guidance On Safely Reopening Schools; Interview With Rep. Charlie Crist (D-FL); NCAA Cancels Oregon-VCU Game Over COVID Issues; Trump Facing Long List Of Legal Issues And Investigations. Aired 7-8p ET
• State Of Emergency, Curfew Now In Effect In Miami Beach; White House: On Pace For 200 Million Vaccinations In First 100 Days; More Than 5,000 Unaccompanied Children In CBP Custody; COVID Claims First Game Of NCAA Men's Tournament; Former HUD Secretary Castro On Biden's Immigration Response; Long-Haulers Tells CNN His Brain Fog Dissipated After Vaccine; Biden Fails To Deliver On Border Transparency Promise? Aired 8-9p ET


March 19, 2021
• U.S.-China Talks Get Off to Confrontational Start; U.S.-Russia Tensions Escalate Amid Diplomatic Spat; Many E.U. Countries to Resume AstraZeneca Vaccinations; Brazil Records 2nd Highest Death Count; South Korea to Revise COVID Test Rules for Foreign Workers; Growing Number of Migrants Trying to Cross Into U.S.; Rep. Jason Crow (D-CO) is Interviewed about Capitol Attack, GOP Hypocrisy. Aired 12-12:45a ET
• War of Words Between China and U.S.; E.U. Countries Divided on AstraZeneca Use; Brazil Dealing with Massive Virus Cases; U.S. to Deal with Ethiopian Crisis; Unaccompanied Children Flock to U.S. Southern Border; AstraZeneca Vaccinations To Resume In Many E.U. Countries; U.S. Finalizing Plans To Send Vaccines To Canada And Mexico; Canada To Keep Border With U.S. Closed For Another Month; Netanyahu Courts Arab Voters Ahead Of Fourth Election; France To Resume AstraZeneca Vaccinations; COVID-19 Testing Rules Under Fire In South Korea; India Sees Jump In New Coronavirus Cases; Iceland Rumbles As Eruption Looms. Mozzarella Merkel In Germany. Aired 3-4a ET
• Report: Uyghur Families Divided by Chinese Government; Growing Number of Migrants Trying to Cross into U.S.; State TV Shows Coup Leader Attending ASEAN Video Conference; Netanyahu Courts Arab Voters Ahead of Fourth Election; CDC Studies Show Worsening of Mental Health in Parents, Kids; Confrontational Start To U.S. China Talks In Alaska; European Medicines Agency: Vaccine Does Not Cause Blood Clots; Putin To Biden: "It Takes One To Know One"; Across France, Patient Admitted To COVID ICU Every Four Minutes; U.S. Sends 1.5 Million Vaccines To Canada. Aired 1-2a ET
• Coronavirus Vaccination in European Countries; Crisis in Myanmar; Amnesty International: Uyghur Families Divided by Chinese Government; Growing Number of Migrants are Trying to Cross Into the United States; US-China Talks Get Off to Confrontational Start; Biden Dispatches US Senator to Meet Ethiopian Prime Minister; Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu Courts Arab Voters Ahead of Fourth Election; FBI Releases Graphic New Video of Insurrectionists Assaulting Police Officers on January 6. Aired 2-3a ET
• Biden, Harris to Travel to Georgia After Spa Shootings; Police: A Lot More Work Needs to be Done to Know Motive; Confrontational Start for U.S.-China Talks in Alaska; U.S.-Russia Tensions Escalate Amid Diplomatic Spat; EMA Clears AstraZeneca Vaccine as Safe and Effective; U.S. Health Experts Warn of Alarming Rise in Infections; FBI Releases New Video of Attacks on Officers During Riot. Aired 4-4:30a ET
• Growing Number of Migrants Trying to Cross into U.S.; Netanyahu Courts Arab Voters Ahead of Fourth Election; White House Weighs Extension for U.S. Troops in Afghanistan; Biden Dispatches U.S. Senator to Meet Ethiopian Prime Minister. Aired 4:30-5a ET
• Atlanta Police Release Names of Four Women Killed in Spa Shootings; Today, Biden and Harris Met with Asian-American Leaders in Atlanta; CDC Expected to Update Guidance on Physical Distancing in Schools. Aired 10-10:30a ET
• Tensions Flare During Biden Team's First U.S.-China Meeting; George W. Bush Says, Capitol Riot Made Me Sick to My Stomach; Europe Sees Surge in Coronavirus Cases as Variants Spread. Aired 11:30a-12p ET
• CDC Updates Guidance on Physical Distancing in Schools; Any Moment: Biden & Harris Head to Georgia, Will Meet With Asian American Leaders; Biden: News on Any Russia Sanction "Will Come In Time". Aired 11-11:30a ET
• Biden, Harris to Visit Georgia Today After Deadly Shooting Rampage; Investigators Still Too Early to Know Motive in Spa Shootings; Interview with State Representative Bee Nguyen (D-GA) about Hate Crimes in America; Joe Biden: U.S. on Track to Hit Goal of 100 Million Vaccinations Today; CDC Expected to Update Guidance on Physical Distancing in Schools; Tensions Flare in First High-Level Talks Between Biden Team and China. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• CDC Lowers Distance Guidelines for Schools from Six Feet to Three Feet; Trump Confidant Roger Stone Makes Appearances in New Court Filings; Some White House Staffers Asked to Resign over Past Marijuana Use. Aired 1-1:30p ET
• FBI Releases Egregious Crime Footage; Tense Chinese Talks Kick Off in Alaska; Comparing New York, California and Florida COVID-19 Responses. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• White House Staffers Fired For Past Marijuana Use?; New CDC School Guidelines; President Biden Visits Atlanta. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• More than 14,000 Children in Federal Custody; CDC Updates School Guidance for Distancing; Judge Denies Chauvin Defense Motions. Aired 9:30-10a ET.
• Some White House Staffers Asked to Resign Over Past Marijuana Use; CNN's "The Human Cost of COVID" Airs Tomorrow Night at 9:00 Eastern; Gary Locke, Former U.S. Ambassador to China, Discusses Biden Locking Horns with Russia & China, Insults Flying; Putin's Challenge for Biden to Debate is Hardly History's First. Aired 1:30-2p ET
• White House Staffers Asked to Resign After Revealing Pot Use; U.S. to China, Respect Global Order or Face More Violent World; Biden Does Not Regret Calling Putin a Killer; Insults Fly in First High Level Talks Between Biden Team and China; Nearly Half of Republicans Have No Intention of Getting Vaccinated. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• Biden at CDC as Vaccinations Rise Across Nation: "Science Is Back"; Husband of Atlanta Shooting Victim Was Detained, Didn't Know Wife Killed Until Later; Asian-Americans Detail Heartbreaking Experience with Hate, Animosity; Update on Coronavirus Responses Around the World; The McCarthy Cut: How GOP Leader Is Rewriting His Hole in the Big Lie. Aired 2:30-3p ET
• President Biden Visits CDC. Aired 2-2:30p ET


March 18, 2021
• WHO: Countries Should Keep Using AstraZeneca Vaccine; European Countries Suspend AstraZeneca Vaccine; U.S. Secretary Of State Says China Has Role To Play In North Korea Denuclearization; China's Xi Tells Military To Be Prepared For Maritime Conflict; Several Asian Countries Continue AstraZeneca Rollout; Japan Opens Super Nintendo World After Multiple Delays; Residents Of Oklahoma Town Resist Vaccine. Aired 12-12:45a ET
• AstraZeneca And The Blow To Public Confidence In Europe; John Magufuli Of Tanzania Dies; China-U.S. Relations Under Harsh Spotlight; E.U. Reveals Vaccine Passport Plans; Novelist: U.S. And China Could "Sleepwalk" Into A War; Brazil Facing its Greatest Health Collapse; U.K. Government: 25 Million People Have had First Vaccine Dosee; "Significant Institutional Failings" by English Football; Japan Opens Super Nintendo World after Multiple Delays; U.S. Federal Reserve Keeps Interest Rates Near Zero; Harry's Talks with William, Charles "Unproductive"; Dead Sea Scroll Fragments Found in Desert Cave. Aired 1-2a ET
• EMA to Report on AstraZeneca Issues; Health Experts Don't Advice to Jump into Conclusion; E.U. Launches Digital Green Pass; Mexico and Canada Don't Mind Controversies on AstraZeneca; Tanzania's President Died of Mysterious Illness; Brazil Seeing a Collapse in Healthcare System; U.S. Top Diplomats Meet With South Korea's President; Jordan Breaks Daily COVID Case Record; Several Asian Countries Continue AstraZeneca Rollout; Crisis In Myanmar, More Than 200 Killed Since February 1; Dutch Prime Minister Rutte Claims Victory In National Election; Second Tokyo Official Resigns; Child Abuse Report On English Football; Sarah Everard Murder A National Debate On The Problem; Harry's Talks With William, Charles Unproductive; Super Nintendo World Opens In Osaka, Japan; Dead Sea Historic Discoveries. Aired 3-4a ET
• Suspect in Custody Over Atlanta Shootings; Results Expected Soon in Review of AstraZeneca Vaccine; U.S. and South Korea Discuss Alliance and Security Goals; Severe Storms, Tornadoes Strike U.S. Southeast. Aired 4-4:30a ET
• Several Asian Countries Continue AstraZeneca Rollout; U.S. Intel Report Warns of Rising Domestic Terrorism Threat; U. S. Federal Reserve Boost Economic Forecast for 2021; New Pipeline Battle Fires Up in Minnesota; Japan Opens Super Nintendo World After Multiple Delays. Aired 4:30-5a ET
• Deadly Georgia Shootings Heighten Fear among Asian-Americans; Intel Report Warns of More violence by Domestic Terrorists This Year; First Migrant Teens Arrive at Dallas Convention Center. Aired 10- 10:30a ET
• Tanzania's President Dies after Weeks Unseen; Canada Expands Use of AstraZeneca Vaccine to Seniors; WHO: Countries Should Keep Using AstraZeneca Vaccine; European Countries Suspend AstraZeneca Vaccine; U.S. Secretary of State Says China Has Role to Play in North Korea Denuclearization; Fears Grow for Myanmar Residents; Former Brazilian Leader Urges Biden to Call Emergency Coronavirus Summit; New Dead Sea Scroll Discoveries. Aired 2-2:45a ET
• FBI Releases New Footage of Officers Assaulted During Capitol Riot; March Madness Tips Off with Strict COVID Rules; Russia Recalls Ambassador to U.S. after Biden Calls Putin a Killer. Aired 11:30a-12p ET
• Deadly Georgia Shootings Heighten Fear Among Asian Americans; Cases Rising in 17 States As Variants Spread Across U.S.; Interview with Alaska Governor Mike Dunleavy. Aired 11-11:30a ET
• Man Arrested on Weapons Charges Outside VP Harris' Official Residence; Twelve GOP Representatives Vote Against Bill Honoring Officers for Capitol Hill Riot Response; Deadly Georgia Shootings Heighten Fear Among Asian Americans; Interview with Attorney General William Tong (D-CT) about the George Shootings; Coronavirus Cases Rising in 12 States. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• New Study on Safe Reopenings of Universities; CDC Shortens Social Distancing to 3 Feet; Putin Wishes Biden Good Health; Minnesota Pipeline Sparks Environmental Concerns. Aired 9:30-10a ET
• CDC to Change School Distancing Guidance, From Six to Three Feet; Biden Orders Flags at Half-Staff in Tribute to Rampage Victims; U.S. on Cusp of New COVID Surge as Variant Spreads Fast. Aired 1-1:30p ET
• Remembering Atlanta Victims; Interview With Rep. Andy Kim (D- NJ); Anthony Fauci on Capitol Hill. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• Interview with Rep. Linda Sanchez (D-CA); Stimulus Checks Are Paying Off Debt; New York Times Reports Cuomo Smear Attempt. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• President Biden Touts 100 Million Vaccine Doses Administered; New COVID Surge Coming?; Police Update Atlanta Murder Investigation. Aired 3-3:30p ET.
• Biden Says Tomorrow Will Meet Goal of 100 Million Vaccines; Biden Says Should Have Enough Vaccines for All by End of May; U.S. Cities on Alert as Anti-Asian American Attacks Escalate; Sheriff Says, "Bad Day" Comment Was Not Intended as Disrespect; Third Cuomo Accuser Meets with Investigators. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• Russia Recalls Ambassador after Biden Calls Putin "A Killer"; Biden Confronts China, Russia as Tensions Escalate; Interview with Denis McDonough, Veterans Affairs Secretary, on Crises Facing Veterans; Man Arrested Outside V.P. Harris' Residence Had Rifle, Ammunition. Aired 1:30-2p ET
• Family Member of Victim in Atlanta Shooting Rampage Speaks to CNN; House Democrats Criticized for Weighing an Ejection of GOP Winner in Contested Iowa Race; McCarthy Claims He Never Backed Trump's Effort to Overturn Election; FBI Releases New Video of Officers Being Assaulted During Capitol Riot; Russia Recalls Ambassador after Biden Calls Putin a "Killer"; U.S. & Chinese Officials Meet in China Amid Growing Tensions. Aired 2:30-3p ET


March 17, 2021
• Growing Concern over Safety of AstraZeneca Vaccine; U.N. Says at Least 149 Killed since February 1 Coup in Myanmar; At Least Eight Dead in Three Georgia Spa Shootings; U.S. Secretary of State Talks North Korea Denuclearization ahead of Seoul Visit; Cubans Risking it All to Flee Country by Boat; Children Sign Pledge to End Modern-Day Slavery; Study: Pollution Levels Down Dramatically; California Governor Newsom Facing Recall; Suspect Apprehended in Atlanta-Area Shootings. Aired 12-1a ET
• Further Rejection Of AstraZeneca In Europe; A Soldier's View; Fleeing The Myanmar Military He Served; First U.S. Diplomatic Mission To Asia Seeks To Send Tough And Consistent Message; Green Passport Blues; The Complications For Travel; 2,800 Brazilians Died On Tuesday From COVID; More European Countries Suspend AstraZeneca Vaccine; U.K. Plans to Boost its Military and Global Influence; Intel Report: Russia Tried to Help Trump in 2020 Vote; Japanese Court: Same Sex Marriage Ban Unconstitutional. Aired 1-2a ET
• Growing Concern over Safety of AstraZeneca Vaccine; E.U. to Push "Digital Green Certificate" Vaccine Passports; U.S. Secretary of State Talks North Korea Denuclearization ahead of Seoul Visit; U.N. Says at Least 149 Killed since February 1 Coup in Myanmar; Protests in Lebanon as Currency Hits New Low; Dr. Sanjay Gupta Answers COVID-19 Questions; #MyFreedomDay. Aired 2-2:45a ET
• More European Countries Pause AstraZeneca Vaccine; E.U. to Implement Use of Digital Green Pass; Brazil Not Bothered by Huge COVID Fatalities; Fears on Vaccine Side Effects May Have Domino Effect; North Korea Looking to Have a Weapons Test; Japan's Sapporo District Fighting for Same-Sex Marriage; First Children Get Shots In Moderna COVID Vaccine Trial; AstraZeneca Vaccine Benefits Outweighs Risks; Scotland To Lift Stay-At-Home Order On April 2; Cubans Risking It All To Flee Country By Boat; Sign The Pledge On My Freedom Day; Crisis In Myanmar, Security Forces Seen Shooting In Yangon Protesters; European Union To Adopt Strong Sanctions On Those Behind Coup; Intel Reports Russia Tried To Help Donald Trump In 2020 Vote; Rideshare Reckoning; Worsening Economic Crisis In Lebanon; Protest On Sarah Everard Murder; Prince Philip's Royal Homecoming. Aired 3-4a ET
• Eight Killed in Shooting at Three Parlors in Metro Atlanta; Biden Traveling Across U.S. to Promote COVID Aid Package; Biden Administration Faces Scrutiny Over Situation at Border; Growing Concern Over Safety of AstraZeneca Vaccine; Biden: Cuomo Should Step Down and Could Face Prosecution; Intel. Report: Russia Tried to Help Trump in 2020 Vote; To U.S. Officials Visiting Seoul to Revitalize Ties; Cubans Risking It All to Flee Country by Boat. Aired 4-4:30a ET
• Eight Killed in Shooting at Three Massage Parlors in Atlanta; Growing Concern Over Safety of AstraZeneca Vaccine; CDC: Almost 12 Percent of U.S. Population are Fully Vaccinated; Dr. Sanjay Gupta Answers Your COVID Questions; Man Charged with Attacking Officer Ordered Back in Jail; Teen Children Testify Against Father Over His Alleged Role; Report: Prince Harry had Unproductive Talks with Prince Charles and Prince William. Aired 4:30-5a ET
• Soon, Atlanta Police Department Gives Update on Deadly Spa Shootings; CDC Says, Strains First Detected in California Officially Variants of Concern; Judge Dismisses Two Seated Jurors in Chauvin Trial. Aired 10-10:30a ET
• Atlanta PD: Motive Unclear ion Spa Shooting Spree that Left 8 Dead; Biden to Migrants: "Don't Come" to United States; CDC: California COVID Strains Officially "Variants of Concern". Aired 11- 11:30a ET
• NIH Launching $1 Billion Initiative to Study Long COVID; ADL Says, White Supremacist Propaganda Hit Record High in 2020; Biden Says, Putin Will Pay a Price for Undermining 2020 Election. Aired 11:30a-12p ET
• President Biden Endorses Filibuster Overhaul for the First Time; Biden Tells Cuomo to Resign if Probe Confirms Allegations; DHS Secretary Faces Lawmakers' Questions on Border Surge; Eight Killed in Atlanta Area Spa Shootings, Suspect in Custody; Growing Concern as New Cases Rise in More than a Dozen States. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• Official Says, No Motive Yet in Massage Shootings That left Eight Dead; Biden Open to Bringing Back the Talking Filibuster. Aired 1-1:30p ET
• McConnell Tries to Downplay Biden Vaccine Rollout; Interview With State Rep. Sam Park (D-GA); President Biden Speaks Out on Georgia Mass Killing. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• New COVID Surge?; Cuomo's Future?; Atlanta Killing Spree. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• Live Coverage of Atlanta Press Conference on Yesterday's Shooting; Atlanta Police Investigation into Motive Continues; Suspect Intended to Commit Further Crimes in Florida. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• Biden Says Don't Come to Immigrants; Russia Interfered in 2020 Election; Judge Questions Jurors in Chauvin Trial. Aired 9:30-10a
• Officials Say Too Early to Say If Shooting Spree Was a Hate Crime; Interview with Rep. Judy Chu (D-CA), Rising Anti-Asian Hate; Biden Endorses Filibuster Overhaul for First Time; Biden Tells Immigrants Don't Come as Crisis at Border Deepens; Talks Between Harry, William and Charles Unproductive. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• Biden: Putin is a Killer, Will Pay a Price for Election Meddling; Biden on Cuomo: He May Be Prosecuted if Claims Found True; White House COVID Task Force Briefing; White House COVID Task Force Voices Concerns on Rising Cases, New Variants, and Focus on Reopening Schools; Michigan's New Cases Up More Than 50 Percent in Past Week; Homeland Security Chief: "Border Not Open" Despite Migrant Surge; Texas Governor Blames Biden Administration for "Enticing Minors into Inhumane Conditions". Aired 1:30-2p ET
• U.S. Intel Shows Trump Pushed Bogus Conspiracies about China; Biden: Putin is a Killer, Will Pay a Price for Election Meddling; Migrant Kids in U.S. Custody Sleeping in Cramped Spaces; Homeland Security Chief Pushes Back on Definition of "Crisis"; New Video Discredits Claims of Riot Suspect "QAnon Shaman". Aired 2:30-3p ET


March 16, 2021
• More Countries Hit Pause On AstraZeneca Vaccine; Hong Kong Conducting Snap Lockdowns, Forced Testing; Grieving Families, Friends Of Politicians Allege Torture In Myanmar; CNN Marks 10th Anniversary Of Freedom Project; Syria Devastated As Conflict Remains In A Stalemate; Border Patrol Has 4,000-Plus Migrant Children In Custody; Transportation Secretary Pete Buttigieg Is Interviewed About White House COVID Relief Sales Pitch; Rep. Henry Cuellar (D-TX) Is Interviewed About Flood Of Migrants. Aired 12-1a ET
• More Countries Hit Pause on AstraZeneca Vaccine; Grieving Families, Friends of Politicians Allege Torture in Myanmar; CNN Marks 10th Anniversary of Freedom Project; Top U.S. Officials Visiting Tokyo and Seoul to Bolster Ties; Hong Kong Conducting Snap Lockdowns, Forced Testing; London Sees More Protests in Wake of Everard Vigil. Aired 2- 2:45a ET
• AstraZeneca Rollout Stalls In Europe; My Freedom Day: Take The Pledge To Put An End To Modern-Day Slavery; Brazil Appoints Fourth New Health Minister As COVID Crisis Leaves Hospitals Near Collapse; Italy Locks Down For The Third Time; Syrian Conflict; Multinational, Complex And Without Relief; Grieving Families In Myanmar Bury Their Dead; Increasingly Violent Crackdown Paired with Martial Law; Top U.S. Officials Visiting Tokyo and Seoul to Bolster Ties; Navalny Calls Penal Colony a "Concentration Camp"; London Sees More Protests in Wake of Everard Vigil; Peak Demand for Oil Already Reached. Aired 1-2a ET
• European Countries Raise Concerns Over AstraZeneca Effects; People Need to Know the Facts on AstraZeneca; Italy Back to Strict Lockdown; Alexei Navalny Imprisoned in Russia's Notorious Penal Colony; Londoners Outrage Over Sarah Everard's Murder; Children Voicing Their Freedom; Syria A Living Nightmare After Years Of Civil War; Crisis In Myanmar, At Least 94 People Killed in Two Days; Brazil Appoints Fourth Health Minister Since Pandemic Began; My Freedom Day, Sign The Pledge To End Modern Day Slavery; Women Make History With Oscar Nominations; International Renewable Energy Agency, $131 Trillion Needed To Cap Global Warming At 1.5 Degrees Celsius By 2050. Aired 3-4a ET
• Biden Takes to the Road to Promote COVID Relief Plan; Biden Faces Pressure Over Situation at U.S.-Mexico Border; Increasing Number of Americans Getting Vaccinated; Growing Number of Countries Pause Use of AstraZeneca Vaccine; Cuomo Accuser Speaks to Investigators for Four Plus Hours; Two Men Charged in Assault of U.S. Capitol Police Officer Brian Sicknick; Police Officer Due in Court, Accused of Kidnap and Murder of Sarah Everard. Aired 4-4:30a ET
• White House: Migrant Surge at Border A Big Problem; Border Patrol has 4,000+ Children in Custody; Texas Republicans Pushing Bills to Make It Harder to Vote; U.S. Secretary of State Visits Japan and South Korea to Bolster Ties; Regional and International Powers Play a Part in Syria; Woman Received Record-Breaking 76 Oscar Nominations. Aired 4:30-5a ET
• White House Fighting to Prevent Another COVID Surge, at Same Time Facing Migrant Emergency at Border; Today, Biden Heads to Pennsylvania to Promote Massive Rescue Plan; Gov. Andrew Cuomo (D-NY) Accuser Speaks with Investigators for More Than Four Hours. Aired 10- 10:30a ET
• Georgia Groups Lobbying Big Corporations Over Voting Rights; Washington Post Reports, Army Initially Pushed to Reject D.C.'s Request for National Guard Presence Ahead of January 6 Rally; L.A. County Restaurants, Movie Theaters, Gyms Reopen. Aired 11:30a-12p ET
• Moderna Begins Late-Stage Trial of COVID Vaccine in Young Kids; Today: W.H.O Holds Meeting on Safety of AstraZeneca Vaccine; Soon: Biden Kicks Off "Help Is Here Tour" to Tout COVID Relief Package; Dallas Convention Center to Be Used to Shelter Migrant Teen Boys. Aired 11-11:30a ET
• Another Study Links U.K. Variant to Increased Risk of Deaths; Daughter Testifies Against Dad, He Told Me Traitors Get Shot. Aired 1- 1:30p ET
• White House Racing to Prevent Another Potential Surge as Variants Spread; Moderna Vaccinates First Children in Pediatric Vaccine Trial; More Than a Dozen Countries Pause AstraZeneca Vaccine Rollout; Biden Administration Under Pressure As Migrants Strain Immigration System; DHS: Administration to Use Dallas Convention Center to Shelter Migrant Teen Boys. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• Guam Controversy; Nashville Bombing Investigation; Biden's Border Challenge; Biden Tours Country to Tout American Rescue Plan. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• Texas Rolls out Voting Restrictions; Jared Bernstein is Interviewed about the Rescue Plan and Wealth Tax; Army Pushed to Reject Request for Troops before January 6th. Aired 9:30-10a ET
• Cuomo Accuser Meets With Investigators; Biden's Border Challenge; New Reports Find Russia Favored Trump in 2020 Election; Biden Tours Country to Tout American Rescue Plan. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• Southern Border Migrant Surge Worsens; Families in Syria Remain Devastated by War; Jury Selection Continues in Derek Chauvin Trial. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• Duke on Lockdown: Frats Linked to Campus COVID Outbreak; "Bachelor" Breaks Up with Winner Over Her Racist Past; Michelle Obama: Markle's Racism Accusations Not "A Surprise"; U.S. Intel Assesses North Korea May Be Preparing Weapons Test; North Korea Breaks Silence But New Threat Is From Kim Jong-Un's Sister. Aired 1:30-2p ET
• Del. Michael San Nicolas (D-Guam) Discusses Being Accused of Using National Guard Troops as Political Props; Big Biz in Georgia, Including Coke, Speak Out Against Voting Restrictions; Stacey Abrams: GA Voting Bills "a Redux of Jim Crow in a Suit and Tie"; U.S. Intel: Russia Tried to Influence Election to "Denigrate" Biden; County Music Star, Chely Wright, Discusses Backlash After Vatican Says Same-Sex Marriage Is a Sin. Aired 2:30-3p ET
• Cuomo Accuser Speaks with Investigators for More Than 4 Hours; Biden Visits Small Business on "Help Is Here" Tour; North Korea to Biden Administration: Don't Cause a Stink; Biden Stresses Local Leadership in Persuading the Vaccine Hesitant to Get Shots; Religious Leaders Fight Vaccine Hesitancy Among Minorities. Aired 3:30-4p ET


March 15, 2021
• At Least 38 Protestors Killed in Crackdowns Sunday; Hundreds Protest in London Over Police Response to Everard Vigil; Some Countries Halt AstraZeneca Use Over Possible Side Effects; Hong Kong Locks Down More Residents Amid Fear of Fifth COVID-19 Wave; Brazilian Hospitals Overrun by Growing Wave of COVID-19; Conflict Has Taken Toll on Syria's Children; Beyonce Makes History, H.E.R. Wins Song of the Year. Aired 12-1a ET
• President Biden Touting His COVID Relief Package; Italy on Lockdown Amid Rising Cases; Growing Concern Over AstraZeneca Vaccine; Military Declares Martial Law in Myanmar; Syrian Civil War Paralyzes Children's Future; Outrage Grows in the United Kingdom Over Police Response to Everard Vigil; British Airways Wants Fewer Restrictions on Air Travel; Brazilian Hospitals Overwhelmed by COVID Cases; Rockies and Western Plains Hit with Heavy Snow and Blizzard Condition; Falcon 9 Rocket Makes Record Ninth Flight and Landing. Aired 3-4a ET
• Deadliest Day of Protest in Myanmar; More Americans Gets Vaccinated; European Countries Halt Use of AstraZeneca Vaccines; Italy Imposes Another Lockdown; Hong Kong Lockdown for Possible Fifth Wave; Syria's Children and the Trauma of War; Protest in London for Violence Against Women Interrupted by Police; UK Reeling After Sarah Everard's Kidnapping, Murder; Special Task Force To Address Violence Against British Women; Biden: We Should See What Cuomo Investigation Brings Us. Aired 2-3a ET
• Biden Kicking Off Campaign to Promote COVID Relief Plan; Vaccine Hesitancy Remains a Challenge in Several States; Border Patrol has 4,000+ Migrant Children in Custody; New York Governor Resists Growing Calls to Resign; Military Junta Declares Martial Law in Parts of Yangon; U.K. Reels Over Sarah Everard's Kidnapping, Murder. Aired 4-4:30a ET
• Italy Imposes New Restrictions, Including Easter Lockdown; Several Countries Pause Use of AstraZeneca Vaccine; Hong Kong Tests More People Amid Fears of Fifth Wave; ICRC: Civil War Taking Heavy Toll on Syria's Youth; Colorado Hit by Heavy Snow, Blizzard Conditions; Beyonce Breaks Record with 28 All-Time Wins. Aired 4:30-5a ET
• Millions More Eligible This Week for COVID-19 Vaccine; House Republicans Slam Biden on Immigration, Head to Border; Brazil's Hospitals Pushed to Limit as Virus Deaths Soar. Aired 10-10:30a ET
• At Least 38 Protesters Killed In Crackdowns Sunday; Military Declares Martial Law In Parts Of Yangon; Everard Murder Sparks Debate About Violence Against Women; Outrage In London Over Police Response To Everard Vigil; Hong Kong Locks Down More Residents Amid Fear Of Fifth Wave; Conflict Has Taken Traumatic Toll On Syria's Children; Brazil Averaging More than 66,000 New Cases a Day; Border Patrol Has 4,000+ Migrant Children in Custody; New Job Requirement: A COVID Vaccination; Beyonce Makes Grammy History; British Airways CEO Wants No-Restrictions Travel. Aired 1-2a ET
• Gov. Greg Abbott (R-TX) Set to Speak on GOP Efforts to Restrict Voting in Texas; Washington Post Reports, Two Arrested in Attack on Capitol Police Officer Brian Sicknick; Syria's Civil War Now Ten Years Old. Aired 11:30a-12p ET
• New Ads Part of $250 Campaign Targeting Vaccine Hesitancy; White House COVID Response Team Holds Briefing; 4,000+ Unaccompanied Migrant Children in Border Patrol Custody. Aired 11-11:30a ET
• Should Andrew Cuomo Resign?; Three Dead After Driver Hits Pedestrians in California; President Biden Touts American Rescue Plan. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• Two Arrested for Assaulting Officer Who Died after Capitol Riot; What Happens Now With Relief Checks, Timing, Delivery, Rules; Spring Breakers Flock to Florida, Defying CDC Guidance. Aired 1-1:30p ET
• Two Men Charged With Assaulting Capitol Hill Officer; Will Andrew Cuomo Resign?; President Biden Touts American Rescue Plan. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• Biden to Kick Off "Help is Here" Tour to Promote Relief Package; Millions More Eligible This Week for COVID-19 Vaccine; Spring Breakers Crowd Beaches Despite Fears of COVID Spread; Over 4,000 Unaccompanied Migrant Children in Border Patrol Custody; Four Thousand-Plus Unaccompanied Migrant Children in U.S. Border Patrol Custody; Navy Probe Finds Contractor Charged in Capitol Hill Insurrection was Well-Known Nazi Sympathizer; U.S. Air Travel Hits Pandemic Record Despite CDC Warning. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• President Biden Finally Weighing in on the Sexual Harassment Accusations Against NY Governor Andrew Cuomo; Today the Biden Administration Kicks Off a Nationwide Tour to Promote Economic Recovery. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• Air Travel Hits Pandemic Record; Biden Launches Ad Campaign Targeting Vaccine Hesitancy; Biden Declines to Call for Cuomo's Resignation; Jury Selection in Chauvin Trial. Aired 9:30-10a ET.
• Derek Chauvin's Lawyer Asks for Trial Delay and Venue Change; Sen. Ron Johnson Says, I Might Have Been Concerned Had Capitol Rioters Been Black Lives Matter; Stacey Abrams Says Bills to Restrict Voting are New Jim Crow; Senate Reviews Calls to Make Daylight Saving Permanent; Beyonce Makes Grammy History. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• It's Clear Why Many Republicans Are Skeptical of Vaccine; . Sarah Silverman Slams Political Parties: "Both Suffer from "Righteousness Porn"; GOP Governor: Being Conversative Is More Than "Owning The Libs"; Cruz Defends FOX Host for Sexist Remarks Mocking Women in the Military; Texas Restaurant Vandalized After Owner Battled Maskless Reopening; Soon, Biden Kicks Off "Help Is Here" Tour Promoting $1.9 Billion Stimulus. Aired 1:30-2p ET
• Daily Vaccination Rate Soars: One In Five Have Received First Shot; CDC May Change Guidance For Schools From Six Feet To Three Feet; TSA: Numbers Show Four-Day Pandemic-Era High For Flying; Duke University Under "Stay-In-Place" Order Amid Surge; North Korea Not Returning Biden Administration's Calls; Biden Orders FEMA To Help With Thousands Of Children At Border; Biden: "Shots In Arms And Money In Pockets" Are Arriving. Aired 2:30-3p ET


March 14, 2021
• Spring Break Travel Soars As Restrictions Loosen; Most Of Italy Faces New Restrictions Monday; Brazil's Hospitals Pushed To Limit; U.K. Reels Over Sarah Everard's Murder; Soaring Numbers Of Unaccompanied Children At U.S. Border; AstraZeneca Seeks U.S. Authorization; Biden Directs All Adults To Be Vaccine Eligible By May; Vaccine Nationalism A Growing Danger; Hundreds Flee Myanmar To India; Vaccine Rollout Helps U.K. Seniors See Loved Ones. Aired 1-2a ET
• Soaring Numbers Of Unaccompanied Children At U.S. Border; Spring Break Travel Soars As Restrictions Loosen; France's Death Toll Tops 90,000 As Hospitalizations Rise; U.K. Reels Over Sarah Everard's Murder; Texas Reports Multiple Tornadoes And Large Hail; Activists, Family Search For Justice For Breonna Taylor; Yo-Yo Ma Serenades Clinic After Second Shot; London Theater District Could Reopen Soon. Aired 3-4a ET
• Most Of Italy Faces New Restrictions Monday; Spring Break Travel Soars As Restrictions Loosen; Brazil's Hospitals Pushed To Limit; U.K. Reels Over Sarah Everard's Murder; Soaring Numbers Of Unaccompanied Children At U.S. Border; Texas Reports Multiple Tornadoes And Large Hail; Grammys Honor Industry Hit Hard By Pandemic. Aired 4-5a ET
• AstraZeneca Shortfall In E.U. Vaccine Shipments; Spring Break Travel Soars As Restrictions Loosen; U.K. Reels Over Sarah Everard's Murder; Activists, Family Search For Justice For Breonna Taylor; NBA Players Lead Campaign For Voters Rights; Nuclear Lessons From Fukushima; Digital Artwork Sells For Nearly $70 Million. Aired 5-6a ET
• Health Experts Urge Caution As Crowds Pack Spring Break Getaways; Duke University Issues Stay In Place Order For Undergrads All Week; Biden Set To Tour States To Tout His COVID Relief Package; Top Democrats Question Whether NY Gov. Cuomo Can Lead; Organizers Say They Have Two-Million-Plus Signatures Needed To Trigger Recall Of California Governor Newsom; U.S. COVID Cases Decline As The Virus Spikes In Europe And Brazil; London Police Chief Called To Resign Over Violent Vigil Response. Aired 2-3p ET
• U.S. Administers Three Million Vaccinations In A Single Day; First COVID Relief Payments Begin Hitting Bank Accounts; Top Democrats Question Whether New York Governor Cuomo Can Lead; Interview With Rep. Vicente Gonzalez (D-TX). Aired 3-4p ET
• Many Arrests In Miami During Spring Break; Three-Feet Social Distancing May Reopen Schools; Republican Senator Not Threatened By Capitol Rioters; Stormy Sunday For Millions Across U.S., From Severe Thunderstorms To Blizzard Conditions.; Organizers In California Has Collected Two Million Signatures For Recall Effort Of Governor Gavin Newsom; Wall Street Awaiting And Tracking Impact Of Biden's Stimulus Bill; CNN Original Series, "Lincoln: Divided We Stand." Aired 5-6p ET
• Miami Officials Sound Alarm As Maskless Crowds Party For Spring Break; Pelosi Stops Short Of Calling For New York Governor Cuomo To Resign; Breonna Taylor's Boyfriend Files Lawsuit Against Louisville Police; Interview With Representative Pramila Jayapal (D-WA) About Capitol Hill Probe Against Three GOP Colleagues; West Virginia County That Backed Trump Welcomes Biden Relief Deal. Aired 4-5p ET
• Health Experts Sound Alarm Over Spring Break Surge; Probe Finds Capitol Siege Defendant Is Well-Known Nazi Sympathizer; Gov. Andrew Cuomo (D-NY) Stands Alone Amid Repeated Calls For His Resignation; Italy Braces For New Lockdown Starting Monday; White House Hits The Road To Sell Stimulus Deal To American People; FEMA To Help With Surge Of Migrant Children At The Southern Border; The 2021 Grammy To Feature Live Performances. Aired 6-7p ET
• The Netherlands Becomes The Latest Nation To Pause Use Of AstraZeneca Vaccine; Biden Responds To Questions Of Cuomo Resignation, Says Cuomo Investigation Is Underway; Georgia Officials Investigating Trump's Attempts To Overturn 2020 Result; Schools Weigh Pandemic Fears With Crushing Toll On Students. Aired 7-8p ET


March 13, 2021
• U.K. Variant In Germany In 55 Percent Of Cases; Rio De Janeiro Halts Vaccinations Due To Lack Of Vaccine; Harry And Meghan's Foundation, Archewell. Aired 12-12:15a ET
• Italy Announces New Restrictions, Easter Lockdown; AstraZeneca Defends Vaccine amid Blood Clot Fears; Video Captures Chaos in Myanmar; U.S. to Restore Humanitarian Assistance to Northern Yemen; UNICEF Shows School Closing Crisis; Over 12 Students Daily Test Positive in Seoul; U.S. Schools Tackle Safety Measures. Aired 2-2:45a ET
• Stimulus Payments out to Americans This Weekend; U.S. Officials Concerned Travel Could Cause Spikes; Italy Announces New Restrictions, Easter Lockdown; Video Captures Chaos in Myanmar; U.S. and Indo- Pacific Allies Discuss China; New York Governor Won't Resign; Minneapolis Pays $27 to Settle George Floyd Lawsuit; Parents' Pandemic Stories; Harry and Meghan's Foundation, Archewell. Aired 3-4a ET
• Stimulus Payments out to Americans This Weekend; AstraZeneca Defends Vaccine amid Blood Clot Fears; New York Governor Won't Resign; Minneapolis Pays $27 to Settle George Floyd Lawsuit; New CDC Child Care Program Guidance; U.S. to Restore Humanitarian Assistance to Northern Yemen; Harry and Meghan's Foundation, Archewell. Aired 4-5a ET
• Stimulus Payments out to Americans This Weekend; AstraZeneca Defends Vaccine amid Blood Clot Fears; Italy Announces New Restrictions, Easter Lockdown; New York Governor Won't Resign; Minneapolis Pays $27 to Settle George Floyd Lawsuit; Remote Learning Taking Toll on Children's Health; Video Captures Chaos in Myanmar; Was Harry and Meghan's Wedding Real? Aired 5-6a ET
• New York Governor Andrew Cuomo Resisting Calls from New York Lawmakers to Resign Due to Accusations of Sexual Harassment and Nursing Home Coronavirus Deaths Scandal; Immigration and Customs Enforcement Requesting Help to Manage Surge of Immigrants along U.S.- Mexico Border; Rep. Veronica Escobar (D-TX) Interviewed on Her Experiences with Biden Administration's Immigration Policies; Health Experts Warn Increasing Travel for Spring Break Vacation May Cause Surge in Coronavirus Cases; Galveston, Texas, Mayor Craig Brown Interviewed on City Efforts to Reduce Coronavirus Spread; President Biden Gives Speech on Passage and Implementation of American Rescue Plan; Wisconsin Republican Senator Ron Johnson States He Did Not Fear Capitol Hill Rioters But Would Fear Black Lives Matter and Antifa Protestors; Events Planned across U.S. on Anniversary of Killing of Breonna Taylor. Aired 10-11a ET
• New York Governor Andrew Cuomo Resisting Calls From New York Lawmakers To Resign Due To Accusations Of Sexual Harassment And Nursing Home Coronavirus Deaths Scandal; Immigration And Customs Enforcement Requesting Help To Manage Surge Of Immigrants Along U.S.- Mexico Border; Health Experts Warn Increasing Travel For Spring Break Vacation May Cause Surge In Coronavirus Cases; Events Planned Across U.S. On Anniversary Of Killing Of Breonna Taylor; Dr. Anthony Fauci Expresses Concern Over Possible Mental Health Epidemic In Wake Of Coronavirus Pandemic. Aired 2-3p ET
• Millions Under Severe Winter Storm & Blizzard Warnings; Fifty- Nine NY Democratic Lawmakers Tell Cuomo To Resign; Memorial Event Marks One Year Since Breonna Taylor's Death; Air Travel Hits A New Pandemic Record Despite Expert Warnings; Study: New Alzheimer's Drug May Slow Down Cognitive Decline; CNN Witnesses Dozens Of Migrants Trying To Cross Rio Grande; Woman Arrested After Refusing To Wear A Mask At A Bank In Texas. Aired 12-1p ET
• Memorial Event Marks One Year Since Breonna Taylor's Death; New Accusation Of Sexual Harassment Against Gov. Cuomo Surfaces As Calls For His Resignation Grow; Air Travel Hits New Pandemic Record Despite Expert Warnings; CNN Investigation Finds Starving, Dying Children Packing Yemen Hospitals Amid Civil War; CNN's "Lincoln, Divided We Stand," Airs Tomorrow Night At 10 P.M.; Grammy Awards Ceremony Returns After COVID-19 Delay. Aired 1-2p ET
• Former Albany Reporter Accuses Gov. Cuomo Of Sexual Harassment; Officials Warn Of Ongoing Threat And Spring Break Travel Spike; Johnson: I May Have Felt Unsafe If Rioters Had Been BLM Or Antifa; DOJ: Guilty Pleas For Capitol Rioters Could Be Weeks Away; Stimulus Package Includes Billions In Aid To Black Farmers; Royal Rift Between William And Harry On Display; NFL Hopeful Finds New Dream After Accident. Aired 11a-12p ET
• Defiant New York Governor Cuomo: I Am Not Going To Resign; Stimulus Payments Hitting Some Americans' Bank Accounts; Officials Warn Of Ongoing COVID Threat As Spring Break Kicks Off; CNN Witnesses Dozens Of Migrants Trying To Cross Rio Grande; Award-Winning Photographer, John Moore, Captures Faces Of Immigration Surge; Mother Speaks Out One Year After Breonna Taylor's Death. Aired 3-4p ET
• First COVID Relief Payments Start Hitting Bank Accounts; Spring Break Travel Surges As COVID Restrictions Loosen; Defiant New York Governor Refuses To Resign; GA. Gov. Kemp: There's Vaccine Hesitancy Among White Republicans; Lawyers: Kids At Border Cannot Shower For Days Or Call Parents; Member Of Proud Boys Extremist Group Charged For Allegedly Pepper-Spraying Police On Jan. 6. Aired 6-7p ET
• Defiant Cuomo Digs In; Italy Braces For New Lockdown; Experts Warn Vaccine Hesitancy May Delay Herd Immunity Goals; Schools Weigh Pandemic Fears With Crushing Toll On Students; Study Shows Attacks On Asian-Americans Rise During Pandemic; Hospitals And ICUs Across Brazil Near Peak Capacity. Aired 7-8p ET
• Stimulus Payments Hitting Some Americans' Bank Accounts; CDC: U.S. Tops 101 Million COVID-19 Vaccine Doses Administered; Officials Warn Of Ongoing COVID Threat As Spring Break Kicks Off; Schumer And Gillibrand Join Majority Of New York Congressional Democrats In Calling For Cuomo To Resign, Cuomo Defiant; A Tale Of Two Brothers: A History of William & Harry's Relationship; Why George Floyd's Memorial Site Is Surrounded by Barricades. Aired 4-5p ET
• Defiant Gov. Andrew Cuomo (D-NY): I Am Not Going To Resign; Biden Pledges To Make All Adults Eligible For Vaccine By May 1st; Parents Sue To Get Students Back In Classrooms; Randi Weingarten, President, American Federation Of Teachers, Discusses Getting Students Back In Classrooms; Lawyer: Kids At Border Can't Shower For Days Or Call Parents; Grammy Awards Ceremony Returns After COVID-19 Delay. Aired 5-6p ET
• First COVID Relief Payments Start Hitting Bank Accounts; Gov. Andrew Cuomo (D-NY) Digs In As Pressure Mounts For Him To Resign; Lawyers Say, Kids At Border Cannot Shower For Days Or Call Parents; DHS Directs FEMA To Help With Migrant Children At Border; Judge: Austin Can Still Ban Masks For Now As City Sued For Mandate; Senate Dems To Move Forward On New Gun Control Bill. Aired 8-9p ET


March 12, 2021
• U.N. Envoy: Military Violence is Likely Crimes Against Humanity; WFP Chief: One Yemen Child Dies Every 75 Seconds; Several E.U. Countries Suspend Use of AstraZeneca Vaccine; Brazil's Hospitals Near Capacity as Cases Surge; Russia Turns to Hockey to Save Freshwater Lake; Black Britons React to U.K. Media Schism on Race Issues; How Broadway Looks to Stage a Comeback after COVID-19; Biden: If We Don't Stay Vigilant We May Have to Reinstate Restrictions; CDC Director is Interviewed about Biden's Address. Aired 12-12:45a ET
• Prince William: "We're Very Much Not a Racist Family;" Black Britons React to UK Media Schism on Race Issues; Broadway Remains Dark Amid Pandemic; The World is Still Struggling One Year After the Pandemic is Declared; War in Yemen; Uniting Against Myanmar's Military Violence.; U.S. Condemns China's Hong Kong Electoral Changes; First Quad Summit. Aired 2-2:45a ET
• U.S. Condemns China's Hong Kong Electoral Changes; Cases Creeping up in Tokyo Ahead of Olympics; Amazon Rain Forest Losing Carbon Storage Capacity; Russia Turns to Hockey to Safe Freshwater Lake; Royal Rift Between Prince William and Prince Harry; Myanmar's Military, Crimes Against Humanity?; Britain's Elderly Begin To See Their Loved Ones; French Health Minister On Safety Of AstraZeneca Vaccine; Myanmar Ethnic Groups Band Together Against Military; Calls For Saudi Arabia To Lift Blockade As Yemenis Starve. Aired 1-2a ET
• Europe Countries Pause AstraZeneca Vaccine; U.S. COVID Relief Bill Now Signed into Law; Brazil on the Brink of Collapse; Brazil's President Don't Mind the Death Toll; More Protesters Dying in Myanmar; People in Myanmar Flee to India; Millions May Die in Yemen; Duchess Of Sussex Interview, Royal Rift Between Prince William And Prince Harry; Vaccine Rollout Helps U.K. Seniors See Their Loved Ones; Space Exploration, New Long March 7A Rocket; U.S. Condemns China's Hong Kong Electoral Changes; U.S., India, Australia And Japan, First Quad Summit; Power Play To Save Planet. Aired 3-4a ET
• Biden Focuses on Hopes and Challenges to Beat Pandemic; White House Adviser: Vaccine Hesitancy Remains a Concern; One Year and Beyond: The Future of the Pandemic; Several EU Countries Suspend Use of AstraZeneca Vaccine; Prince William: Royals Very Much Not a Racist Family. Aired 4-4:30a ET
• JAMA: 30 Percent Have Symptoms for Up to Nine Months; Brazils Hospitals Near Capacity as Cases Surge; House Minority Leader Criticizes Biden for Border Response; U.N. Rapporteur: Military's Brutal Crackdown Likely Meets Legal Threshold for Crimes Against Humanity; U.S., India, Australia and Japan to Hold Virtual Meeting; U.S. CDC Released Guidelines for Fully-Vaccinated People; Vaccine Rollout Helps U.K. Seniors See Their Loved Ones. Aired 4:30-5a ET
• President Biden Outlines Path to Normalcy by July 4; Maryland Lifting Capacity Restrictions on Restaurants, Bars and Gyms; Battle Brews Over COVID-19 Vaccinations and Personal Choice. Aired 10-10:30a ET
• White House COVID Response Team Holds Briefing; Trump's Last Pentagon Chief Blames His Speech for Capitol Riot. Aired 11:30a-12p ET
• President Biden Outlines Path to Normalcy by July 4th; Group of New York Congressional Democrats Calling for Governor Andrew Cuomo to Resign; Arizona GOP Lawmakers Propose Two Dozen Restrictive Voting Bills; White House COVID Response Team Holds Briefing. Aired 11-11:30a ET
• CDC Director Raises Concerns About Travel As Variants Spread; Biden Pledges to Make All Adults Eligible for Vaccine By May 1st; Trump's Acting Defense Secretary Blames His Speech for Insurrection; President Biden Outlines Path to Normalcy by July 4th; Maryland Lifting Capacity Restrictions on Restaurants, Bars, and Gyms. Aired 9- 9:30a ET
• GOP Mayor Lauds Relief Law Despite Congressional GOP Opposition; Biden Offers Up Hope For A Sense of Normalcy by July 4th; Gov. Andrew Cuomo (D-NY) Refuses to Resign after Demand from New York Congressional Democrats. Aired 1-1:30p ET
• Trump's Acting Defense Secretary on Insurrection; Oath Keeper Connection to Roger Stone; Lori Lightfoot is Interviewed about Vaccines and Biden's Goal of Opening Up; New York Lawmakers Launch Investigation into Cuomo; Jury Selection Continues in Chauvin Trial; Italy Imposes Lockdown. Aired 9:30-10a ET
• Debate Over British Racism Continues; Interview with CEO of Feeding America; New York Congressional Democrats Call on Governor to Resign. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• $27 Million Awarded to Family of George Floyd; Interview With State Sen. Jabari Brisport (D-NY): President Biden Touts COVID Relief Plan; Calls Grow For Cuomo to Step Down. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• Clinic Accidentally Gives Customers Empty Shots Instead of Vaccine; Trump's Defense Secretary Blames Trump for Inciting Capitol Rioters; Trump's Time in White House Could End Up Working Against Him; FOX Propaganda Host Falsely Claims Pentagon Conspiracy Against Him. Aired 1:30-2p ET
• President Biden Prepares to Promote COVID Relief Plan; Governor Andrew Cuomo Accuses New York Politicians of Ulterior Motives; Interview with Former Biden-Harris Transition Advisory Board Member Julie Morita. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• Soon, White House Event to Hail $1.9 Trillion COVID Relief Packaged; Biden, Harris, Democratic Leaders Speak on Passage of COVID Relief Package. Aired 2:30-3p ET
• Senate Democrats Plan to Bring Gun Safety Bill to Floor Vote; Trump White House Tenure Could Widen New York Probe; CDC Says 1 in 10 Americans Fully Vaccinated Against COVID; Can Companies Mandate Employee Vaccinations. Aired 3:30-4p ET


March 11, 2021
• U.N. Condemns Violence Against Myanmar Protesters; Food And Fuel Shortages Worsen Widespread Famine; Brazil's Daily Death Toll Tops 2,000 For The First Time; Marking 10-Year Anniversary Of Japan Tsunami; Meghan Markle Complained To ITV About Piers Morgan's Comments; Republican-Leaning West Virginia County Welcoming Biden's COVID Relief Bill. Aired 12-12:45a ET
• Children Facing the Brunt of War and Famine; Military Used Deadly Weapons Against Protesters in Myanmar; Lula da Silva Blames Jair Bolsonaro Over Bad Leadership; Europe Looking at Fourth Vaccine to be Rolled Out; China's NPC Passes Law To Change Hong Kong Electoral System; China, Report Alleging Uyghur Genocide A Complete Lie; United States And China Relations; U.S. State Department Designates Islamic State Affiliates In Mozambique, DRC As Terrorist Organizations; Fukushima Disaster After 10 Years; Meghan Takes Action After Piers Morgan Mental Health Claims; Dying Wish Granted To One Of U.K.'s First Female Mounties; Pictures Of Hugging Grandparents Circulating On Social Media. Aired 3-4a ET
• Starving, Dying Children Pack Yemen Hospitals Amid Civil War; Biden Set to Sign $1.9 Trillion COVID Relief Package; Biden's Border Strategy Faces Test Amid Surge of Migrants; Texas Health Experts Brace for Possible Surge After Reopening; China's National People's Congress Passes Law to Change Hong Kong Electoral System; Meghan Says Palace Denied Her Mental Health Support; One Year Since Covid-19 Declared Global Pandemic. Aired 4-4:30a ET
• Starving, Dying Children Pack Yemen Hospitals Amid Civil War; Some Republican Voters Show Support for $1.9 Trillion Relief Bill; Japan Marks Ten Years Since Devastating Earthquake and Tsunami. Aired 4:30-5a ET
• Food and Fuel Shortages Worsen Widespread Famine in Yemen; U.N. Condemns Violence against Myanmar Protesters; U.K. Variant Has Higher Death Rate; Brazil's Daily Death Toll Tops 2,000 for the First Time; U.K. Society of Editors Chief Resigns over Racism Row; One-Year Anniversary of COVID-19 Declared a Pandemic. Aired 2-2:45a ET
• Tonight, President Biden Delivers First Primetime Address; Prince William Says, Royals are Very Much Not a Racist Family; One Year into Pandemic, the Battle against COVID-19. Aired 10-10:30a ET
• 400,000 Children Risk Dying In Yemen Famine; U.N. Security Councill Calls For Reversal Of Myanmar's Coup; Former Brazilian President Lula Urges Vaccination As Brazil COVID Crisis Worsens; Fallout from Fukushima Disaster Still Gripping Japan; U.N. Chief: Situation in Syria Still a "Living Nightmare; China's NPC to Vote on Hong Kong Election Changes; Giving Life to the Desert; Meghan Says Palace Denied her Mental Health Support. Aired 1-2a ET
• Tonight: President Biden Delivers First Prime-Time Address; Attorney General Garland Delivers First Speech to DOJ; Prince William: Royals are "Very Much Not a Racist Family". Aired 11-11:30a ET
• Biden Administration Considers Vacant NASA Facility to House Migrant Children; L.A. Schools Could Reopen in Mid-April Under Deal With Teachers; Pentagon Spokesman Says, Defense Secretary Austin Shares Same Revulsion over Tucker Carlson's Sexist Comments. Aired 11:30a-12p ET
• President Biden Delivers First Prime-Time Address Tonight; Biden to Sign $1.9 Trillion COVID Relief Plan into Law Tomorrow; Prince William Breaks His Silence Following Prince Harry and Meghan's Interview; Merrick Garland Arrives at DOJ for First Full Day as AG. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• Soon, Biden Signs $1.9 Trillion Relief into Law Ahead of Primetime Address; Prince William Breaks Silence, Denies Royals Are Racist Family; One Year Ago, U.S. Had 1,000 Confirmed Cases, Now, U.S. Approaching 30 Million. Aired 1-1:30p ET
• One Year into Pandemic; Judge Reinstates Murder Charge against Chauvin; Biden's Border Strategy; Georgia Bill Restricts Voting Access. Aired 9:30-10a
• Looking Back on the COVID-19 Pandemic One Year Later; Yemen Reaches Famine Conditions Under Blockade; Judge Reinstates Derek Chauvin Third-Degree Murder Charge. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• Prince William Speaks Out; President Biden Signs COVID Relief Bill. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• Live Coverage as President Biden Signs $1.9 Trillion COVID Relief Bill Today; Military Responds to Tucker Carlson Comments; Prince William Responds to Harry and Meghan. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• Prince Williams Says Royals Are Very Much Not A Racist Family; 59 New York Democrats Call for Cuomo's Resignation; Interview with Zohran Mamdani, Assemblyman, New York State on the Impeachment of Andrew Cuomo; Trump Not in Vaccine PSA Photo with Other Past Presidents. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• Veteran Charged in Capitol Attack Worked in Marine One Unit; Trump Heard Pushing Georgia Election Official To Find "Right Answers"; Judge Reinstates Third-Degree Murder Charge Against Derek Chauvin; Joint Base Andrews Intruder Roamed for Hours Before Boarding Plane; Billionaire Investor Warren Buffet Now Part of $100 Billion Club; Soon, Biden to Sign $1.9 Trillion Relief Bill Ahead of Prime-Time Address. Aired 1:30-2p ET
• GOP Senator Touts Relief Bill After He Voted Against It; McConnell Tries to Discredit COVID Relief Bill's Effect on Economy Before Effect Is Seen; Trump Demands Credit for Vaccine After Disastrous COVID Response; Fireworks after GOP Rep. Brings Up Black Lives Matter, Marxism During COVID Relief Bill Debate; Sen. Tim Scott Equates "Woke" Supremacy with White Supremacy; Mayor Oscar Leeser (D- El Paso) Discusses His Letter Urging Texas Governor to Allow Local Leaders to Make Mask Decisions & Immigration Crisis at Border. Aired 2:30-3p ET


March 10, 2021
• Queen Elizabeth II Responded to Prince Harry and Meghan; Duke and Duchess Not Treated Unfairly; NLD Member Died of Torture in Myanmar; Security Forces Raided Workers in Myanmar; Bad Leadership Resulting to More Deaths in Brazil. Russia Struck a Deal with European Countries; Sussex's Bombshell Interview A Big Hit With U.K. Audience; Piers Morgan Storms Off Set, Quits Morning Show; Palace Watchers Compare Meghan And Diana Interviews; Uyghur Genocide Report As China Vehemently Denied Claims; Russia And China Plan To Build Lunar Space Station; Dozens Drown After Migrant Boats Sink Off Tunisian Coast; WHO one in three women subjected to physical or sexual violence; Venezuelan Women Losing Access To Affordable Contraception; The Fight Against Modern-Day Slavery On March 16; Shopping For Love On Aisle Three; California Man Spends 24 Hours In Bean Dip To Save Restaurant; CDC, Almost One In 10 Americans Fully Vaccinated. Aired 3-4a ET
• House to Vote on Covid Relief Bill; America's Battle Against COVID-19 Raging On; Migrant Surge on Southern U.S. Border; Brazil Reports a Record 1,972 Deaths in One Day; Buckingham Palace Responds to Prince Harry and Meghan's Interview; Piers Morgan Storms Off Set, Quits Morning Show. Aired 4-4:30a ET
• Surge of Migrants along U.S.-Mexico Border; Prince Charles Dodges Questions; Virus Variants More Prevalent in Brazil; Russia's Sputnik V Vaccine to Be Produced in Europe; Uyghur Genocide Report; Piers Morgan Storms off Set, Quits Show; Two-Thirds of Tropical Rainforest Cover Destroyed. Aired 2-2:45a ET
• WHO Says It Was Slow To Warn COVID Was A Pandemic But Not Too Many Were Listening; Top Ranking Civilian Government Officials Die Two Days After Detention By Myanmar Military; Palace's Brief And Nuanced Response To Harry And Meghan; Migrant Numbers At Border Highest In Five Years; Crisis Or No Crisis?; Brazilian Virus Out Of Control, 2,000 Deaths Per Day; Israel's Vaccine Rollout Smooth, Palestinian Hospitals Overflowing; Palace Watchers Compare Meghan & Diana Interviews; WHO: 1 in 3 Women Subject to Physical or Sexual Violence; Venezuelan Women Losing Access to Affordable Contraception; Approval for U.S. COVID Relief Expected in Hours; Russia and China Plan to Build Lunar Base. Aired 1-2a ET
• Three Jurors Chosen for Ex-Officer Derek Chauvin's Trial; FBI Releases Security Footage of Person Placing Bomb Outside RNC, DNC Headquarters; Approval for U.S. COVID Relief Expected Later Today; Sister of Missing Uyghur Businessman Urges U.S. to Act; Russia and China Plan to Build Lunar Space Station. Aired 4:30-5a ET
• U.S. State Department: We Believe Genocide Happening in China; China Plans to Become Self-Sufficient in Science & Technology; Russia and China Plan to Build Lunar Space Station; White House: Biden Still Not Briefed after Team Takes Trip to the Border; FBI Releases Video of Suspect Placing Pipe Bombs Outside RNC, DNC Headquarters; Virus Variants More Prevalent in Brazil; Prince Charles Dodges Questions; Nun Begs Myanmar Police Officers to Stop the Violence. Aired 12-12:45a ET
• CNN Poll Shows 61 Percent of Americans Support Biden Relief Bill; Fauci Says, CDC Guidance Soon on What Fully Vaccinated Can Do Outside Homes; Gov. Jim Justice (R-WV) Says, I Don't Understand Big Rush to Get Rid of Masks. Aired 10-10:30a ET
• Soon, House Takes Final Vote on Biden's $1.9 Trillion Relief Bill; Texas Ends Mask Mandate, Fully Reopens Businesses Today; Piers Morgan Quits T.V. Show after Meghan Markle Files Complaint. Aired 11:30a-12p ET
• House Takes Final Vote on Biden's $1.9 Trillion Relief Bill; House Takes Final Vote on Biden's $1.9 Trillion Relief Bill. Aired 11- 11:30a ET
• House to Take Final Vote on Biden's $1.9 Trillion Relief Bill; Duchess of Sussex Files Formal Complaint to U.K. Broadcaster Over Piers Morgan's Comments About Her; FBI Releases New Security Footage of Suspect Placing Pipe Bombs Outside RNC and DNC Headquarters; House to Take Final Vote on Biden's $1.9 Trillion Relief Bill; Biden to Deliver First Primetime Address Tomorrow Night; Interview with Jared Bernstein about the American Rescue Package. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• Markle Files Complaint against Morgan; Texas Removes Mask Mandate; FBI Releases Suspect Bombing Footage. Aired 9:30-10a ET
• Soon, House Votes on Final Passage of $1.9 Trillion COVID Relief Package; White House Briefing as Number of Migrant Children Surge at Border. Aired 1-1:30p ET
• Interview with West Virginia Gov. Jim Justice (R); President Biden to Reverse Rule Tying Immigrants' Legal Status to Federal Benefits; Buckingham Palace Reacts to Harry and Meghan Interview. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• Live Coverage as House Votes to Pass Historic COVID Relief Bill; Biden Administration Resists Calling Southern Border Immigration a Crisis; Some States Lift COVID Restrictions While Cities Don't. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• Dramatic Spike in How Long Migrant Children Are Being Held; Pressure Mounts Amid "Overwhelming" Migrant Surge on Border; Former Gov. Charlie Crist (D-Fl) Discusses Texts Showing Vaccine Tent for Wealthy Community Set Up to Help DeSantis Politically; Emotional Please to LeBron James to Publicly Endorse Vaccine; CNN: Markle Made Former Complaint to Piers Morgan's TV Network; Black Britons on Royal Racism: Markle "Laying It Bare"; Soon, Congress to Pass Biden's Massive $1.9 Trillion COVID Relief Bill. Aired 1:30-2p ET
• Vaccination Timeline?; COVID Relief Bill Passes Congress; President Biden Secures 100 Million More Johnson & Johnson Vaccine Doses. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• Record Number of Migrant Children Held at U.S./Mexico Border; Biden Holds White House Event with Vaccine Makers Johnson & Johnson and Merck; Biden Says We Should Have Enough Vaccines for All Adults by End of May. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• The Curious Metamorphosis Of Trump's Sidekick Lindsey Graham; University Offers Students Cash To Stay Home For Spring Break; Grandmother Gets Prescription To "Hug Granddaughter". Aired 2:30-3p ET


March 09, 2021
• No Response from Palace to Bombshell Interview; Military Troops Occupying Myanmar Hospitals and Universities; China Bears Responsibility for Uyghur Genocide; British Tabloids Fire Back Over Harry & Meghan Claims; Rio de Janeiro's Hospitals on the Verge of Collapse; Vaccinated Israelis Getting 'Green Passes,' More Freedoms; Malala Yousafzai Announces Deal with Apple TV; Jury Selection to Begin Tomorrow in Death of George Floyd; Republicans Call Gen. Honore's Investigation Partisan. Aired 12-12:45a ET
• Duke and Duchess' Revelation Ripples Around the Globe; Royal Crisis Divide People's Opinion; China Denies Allegation of Genocide Against Uyghur Minorities; British Tabloids Fire Back Over Harry And Meghan Claims; Crisis In Myanmar, Independent Media Stripped Of Publication Licenses; Protesters Trapped In Yangon Allowed To Leave; Brazil's Supreme Court Annuls Ex-President's Convictions; Brazil Reports Over 80,000 New COVID-19 Cases In One Day; Iraq Extends Restrictive Measures For Two More Weeks; Get A Vaccine, Get More Freedom; International Women's Day, Women Around The World Rally For Security And Equality; Tunisian Restaurant Sells Pizza For $360. Aired 3-4a ET
• No Response from Palace to Bombshell Interview; Palace Faces Crisis Over Racism Allegations; CDC Guidance Offer New Freedom to Vaccinated People; Document Show Record Numbers of Kids in Border Patrol Custody; Report: China Bears Responsibility for Uyghur Genocide; Military Troops Occupying Hospitals and Universities in Myanmar; Jury Selection Begins Today in the Trial for the Death of George Floyd. Aired 4-4:30a ET
• Palace Faces Crisis over Racism Allegations; China Bears Responsibility for Uyghur Genocide; Military Troops Occupying Myanmar Hospitals and Universities; Vaccinated Israelis Getting "Green Passes," More Freedom; CDC Issues Guidelines for the Fully Vaccinated; Millions of Women Falling into Poverty. Aired 2-2:45a ET
• Pressure On Buckingham Palace To Respond To Harry And Meghan's Claims; China's Actions On Uyghurs Violate Genocide Convention; Myanmar Military Moves Against News And Media Companies; Less Restrictive CDC Guidelines For Vaccinated People; Palace Faces Crisis over Racism Allegations; Brazilian President Says He Won't Order National Lockdown; Vaccinated Israelis Getting "Green Passes", More Freedoms; Women Around the World Rally for Equality, Security; Spreading Empowerment Message; Pope Francis Returns from First Papal Trip to Iraq. Djokovic Tops Federer for Most Weeks Spent at #1. Aired 1-2a ET
• CDC Guidance Offers New Freedoms to Vaccinated People; Brazil Reports Over 80,000 New COVID cases in One Day; Vaccinated Israelis Getting Green Passes, more freedoms; Malaya Yousafzai Announces Deal with Apple EV+. Aired 4:30-5a ET
• CDC Says, Full Vaccinated People Can Gather Without Masks, Should Avoid Travel; House Gears Up for Vote on Biden's $1.9 Trillion Relief Bill; Texas to End Mask Mandate, Fully Reopen Businesses Tomorrow. Aired 10-10:30a ET
• Task Force Says, Capitol Police Understaffed, Insufficiently Equipped and Inadequately Trained to Protect from Mob; GOP Ramps Up Effort to Suppress Voting after Trump's Defeat; Record Number of Unaccompanied Kids Now in Border Patrol Facilities. Aired 11:30a-12p ET
• CDC: Fully Vaccinated People Should Still Avoid Travel; Jury Selection Underway in Derek Chauvin Trial; House Gears Up for Vote on Biden's $1.9 Trillion Relief Bill; Prince Charles Ducks Question About Meghan & Harry Interview. Aired 11-11:30a ET
• Buckingham Palace Silent on Allegations; Grants on Health Literacy; China's Responsibility for Uyghur Genocide. Aired 9:30-10a ET.
• Queen Saddened in First Response on Harry and Meghan Interview; CNN Reports, White House Discussed Including Travel Recommendations for Fully Vaccinated People in CDC Guidelines, But Decided Against; Final Vote on Historic COVID Relief Bill Expected Tomorrow. Aired 1- 1:30p ET
• Jury Selection for Derek Chauvin Trial Moves Forward Today; Biden to Mark One Year of Pandemic with Primetime Address Thursday; Texas to End Mask Mandate, Fully Reopen Business Tomorrow; House Gears Up for Vote on Biden's $1.9 Trillion Relief Bill; Taskforce Report Recommends More Officers and Security Upgrades After Capitol Hill Attack; Prince Charles Ducks Question About Harry and Meghan Interview. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• Interview with Martin Luther King III; No Response from Palace to Meghan and Harry Interview; Black Families Continue Preference for Remote Learning. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• FBI Releases New Video in Capitol Pipe Bomb Investigation; Queen Elizabeth Breaks Silence. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• GOP's Graham on Billions in Aid to Black Farmers: "That's Reparations"; RNC Rejects Trump's Request to Stop Using His Name & Trump Tells Donors to Send Money to Him, Not "RINOs"; Iowa's GOP Governor Signs Law Shortening Early & Election Day Voting; DOJ: Right- Wing Group's Founder Directed Rioters During January Attack; Probe into Trump's Finances Expands to Chicago Skyscraper Loan; Queen "Saddened" in 1st Response on Harry & Meghan Interview. Aired 1:30-2p ET
• Queen Releases Response to Meghan and Harry Interview; Interview with McAllen, Texas Mayor Jim Darling; CDC Not Encouraging Travel for Vaccinated Individuals. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• Stimulus Aimed at Tackling Economic Hardship Beyond the Pandemic; Many Black Parents Weigh Remote Learning Versus Classrooms Amid Health Fears; Biden's Dogs Sent Home to Delaware After Biting Incident; NY Prosecutors Subpoena Firm that Loaned Trump Organization Millions. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• White House Discussed Including Travel Recommendations for Fully Vaccinated People in CDC Guidance But Decided Against; CDC: Women More Likely to Report Vaccine Side Effects Than Men; How Dr. Suess Allowed Biden to Pass COVID Relief Bill; Biden's Dogs Sent to Delaware Home after Aggressive Incident; Bush & Clinton Portraits Back Up at White House after Trump Took Them Down; FOX & GOP Slam Biden's Checks to Prisoners After Supporting Under Trump; Queen "Saddened" in 1st Response on Harry & Meghan Interview. Aired 2:30-3p ET


March 08, 2021
• Harry and Meghan Make Stunning Claims in Oprah Interview; Pope's Iraq Visit Ends, But It 'Will Remain' in His Heart; Myanmar Asks India to Return Police Personnel Seeking Refuge; Jury Selection Set to Begin in George Floyd Murder Trial; Years of War Leave Millions Hungry and in Need; U.S.-Bound Migrants Moved from Squalid Mexican Camp; Remembering the Bamiyan Buddhas Destroyed by the Taliban. Aired 12-1a ET
• U.S. Reporting Infections are Declining Because of Vaccinations; Pope Francis Concludes Visit in Iraq; Harry And Meghan Make Stunning Claims In Oprah Interview; Pro-Democracy Protestors March After Weekend Of Crackdowns; Trial Starts Monday For Ex-Officer Charged In George Floyd's Death; Biden Signs Executive Order Expanding Voting Access; Republicans advance voter suppression bills across U.S.; NBA All-Star Game: League Honor Historically Black Colleges And Universities. Aired 2-3a ET
• Life Inside the Palace; England Gradually Getting Back to Normal Life; Mixed Feelings Felt by Students; COVID Relief Bill on the Way to Approval by the House and the Senate; Pope Francis Iraq Visit a Success; Migrants Hoping to Enter U.S.; Duke and Duchess of Sussex Out with a Bombshell; U.K. Variant Now in 46 States; Governor Cuomo Not Stepping Down Despite Allegations; Protesters Expected During Derek Chauvin's Trial. Aired 3-4a ET
• Harry and Meghan Make Stunning Claims in Oprah Interview; Several U.S. States Easing COVID-19 Restrictions; Experts Worry Potential Super Spreader Events Could Fuel Surge; Russia Spreading Disinformation on U.S. Approved Vaccines; White House Hopeful for Quick Passage of COVID Relief Bill. Aired 4-4:30a ET
• Harry And Meghan's Tell All Interview; Just How Racist Is Buckingham Palace? Pope Leaves Iraq After Widely Hailed Visit; Pope's Iraq Visit Ends; Harry and Meghan Make Stunning Claims in Oprah Interview; Myanmar in Crisis; Gender Inequality in Japan Holds Economy Back; The Real Winners of the NBA All-Star Game. Aired 1-2a ET
• Harry and Meghan Make Stunning Claims on Oprah Interview; New York Majority Leader Calls for Cuomo's Resignation; Trial to Begin for Ex-Officer Charged in George Floyd's Death; Pope Returning Home After Farewell Ceremony in Iraq; Myanmar Protests Strike as Unions Call for Economic Shutdown; Women's Street Air Aims to Raise Awareness in France; NBA Honors Historically Black Colleges and Universities. Aired 4:30-5a ET
• House of Representatives to Vote on Relief Bill Tomorrow; Supreme Court Deals Another Blow to Trump in Election-Related Suit; Prince Harry and Meghan Make Bombshell Claims in New Interview. Aired 10-10:30a ET
• CDC Releases New Guidelines for Vaccinated Americans. Aired 11- 11:30a ET
• CDC Releases New Guidelines for Vaccinated Americans; Jury Selection on Hold in Derek Chauvin Trial; Prince Harry and Meghan Markle Make Stunning Claims in New Interview. Aired 11:30a-12p ET
• CDC Unveils Anticipated Guidelines for Fully Vaccinated People; 17 Million-Plus Watch Bombshell Interview of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle; Markle Says She Contemplated Suicide, Didn't Get Help from Royals. Aired 1-1:30p ET
• Jury Selection Begins in Derek Chauvin Trial; House of Representatives to Vote on Relief Bill Tomorrow; States Ease Restrictions Despite CDC Warnings of Threat from Variants; Harry and Meghan Detail Royal Struggles, from Discussions of Baby's Skin Tone to Suicidal Thoughts; Biden Opposes Gutting Filibuster Despite Slim Senate Majority; Futures Mixed As Inflation Fears Put Pressure on Global Markets. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• Interview with California Secretary of Health and Human Services Mark Ghaly; Derek Chauvin Trial Postponed; New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo Won't Resign Before Investigation. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• Meghan Markle Speaks Out; CDC Issues Guidelines For Vaccinated; COVID Relief Bill Heads to House. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• WH: Biden Remains Opposed To Ending Senate Filibuster; Texas To Lift Mask Mandate This Week Despite CDC Warnings; House Of Representative To Vote On Relief Bill Tomorrow. Aired 09:30-10a ET
• CDC Releases Guidelines for Vaccinated People; Meghan Markle Interview Reveals Mental Health Struggles; Interview with Former Press Secretary to Queen Elizabeth Charles Anson. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• New York Governor Cuomo: There is No Way I Resign; NYC Public High Schools to Reopen Classrooms March 22; Prince harry and Meghan Open Up in Bombshell Interview; Sen. Blunt Lates GOP Incumbent Not Seeking Re-election; Zero Republican Senators Voted for Emergency COVID Relief Bill. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• What's in COVID Relief Bill, What's Not; Roy Blunt Is Latest GOP Incumbent Not Seeking Re-Election; Biden to Mark 1 Year Since Shutdown in 1st Prime-Time Address; Mexican Restaurants Threatened with ICE for Enforcing Masks. Aired 1:30-2p ET
• Markle, Prince Harry Accuse Royals Of Racism Over Son's Skin Concerns; Judge Abruptly Dismisses Jury On Day 1 Of Floyd Death Trial; RNC Chair Suggests CNN Ignoring Story It Put Spotlight On; Jeff Zayach, Executive Director, Boulder County Public Health, Discusses Up To 800 At Street Party With Few Masks, No Social Distancing. Aired 2:30-3p ET


March 07, 2021
• Pope Meets Top Shiite Muslim Cleric, Will Visit Christian Town Devastated By ISIS; House To Vote On Revised COVID Bill Tuesday; California Amusement Parks To Reopen April 1; Comparing Top Coronavirus Vaccines; Some Mexican Towns Refusing Vaccines; Protesters In Thailand, Myanmar And Hong Kong Want More Freedom; Monarchy Braces For Interview With Harry And Meghan; Thousands Of Earthquakes Rock Iceland. Aired 12-1a ET
• House To Vote On Revised COVID Bill Tuesday; U.S. Could Reach Herd Immunity By Late Summer; Pope Meets Top Shiite Muslim Cleric, Will Visit Christian Town Devastated By ISIS; Monarchy Braces For Interview With Harry And Meghan; Women On The Front Lines Of Fight For Democracy; U.S. Could See Supercharged Tornado Season. Aired 2-3a ET
• California Amusement Parks Reopen April 1; House To Vote On Revised COVID Bill Tuesday; Pope Meets Top Shiite Muslim Cleric, Will Visit Christian Town Devastated By ISIS; Some Mexican Towns Refusing Vaccines; Prince Philip Recovers In Hospital; Monarchy Braces For Interview With Harry And Meghan; Protesters In Thailand, Myanmar And Hong Kong Want More Freedom. Aired 3-4a ET
• Texas Lifting Mask Mandate And Other Restrictions; House To Vote on Revised COVID Bill Tuesday; California Amusement Parks Reopen April 1; Pope Meets Top Shiite Muslim Cleric, Visits Christian Town Devastated By ISIS; Monarchy Braces For Interview With Harry And Meghan; Broadway Performers Take The Stage In Australia. Aired 4-5a ET
• House To Vote On Revised COVID Bill Tuesday; Pope Meets Top Shiite Muslim Cleric, Visits Christian Town Devastated By ISIS; Texas Lifting Mask Mandate And Other Restrictions; California Amusement Parks Reopen April 1; Prince Philip Recovers In Hospital; Monarchy Braces For Interview With Harry And Meghan; Some Mexican Towns Refusing Vaccines; Migrant Facilities Should Plan For COVID-19 Cases; Benjamin Netanyahu Battles To Keep His Job. Aired 5-6a ET
• NY Gov. Cuomo: There Is No Way I Resign; Interview With Sen. Bob Casey (D-PA); Biden Signs Executive Order Expanding Voter Access; Experts Warn U.S. Likely On Verge Of New Coronavirus Surge; CA Vaccine Rollout Rushing To Reach Reopening Benchmarks; Biden Signs Voting Rights Order On Bloody Sunday Anniversary; Jury Selection Begins Tomorrow In Derek Chauvin's Murder Trial; Pope Visits Iraqi Church Once Attacked By ISIS. Aired 2-3p ET
• Potential Superspreader Events Threaten U.S. Progress On COVID- 19; LeBron James Launches New Campaign To Defend Voting Rights; Biden Signs Executive Order On Voting Rights As Nation Marks 56 Years Since "Blood Sunday;" New York Governor Cuomo Says He Won't Resign Amid Sexual Harassment Allegations; Palace Braces For Harry And Meghan's Interview With Oprah. Aired 4-5p ET
• Joe Biden Signs Voting Rights Order On Bloody Sunday Anniversary; Interview With Rep. Terri Sewell (D-AL); WSJ Reports On Fourth Accusation Of Inappropriate Conduct Against Governor Andrew Cuomo; Interview With Rep. Ro Khanna (D-CA). Aired 3-4p ET
• Trial Of Derek Chauvin Starts Monday In Minneapolis; President Biden's COVID Relief Bill Passes Senate And Goes Back To Congress; Coronavirus Vaccinations Accelerate; Donald Trump To Campaign Against Sen. Lisa Murkowski; Oprah Winfrey Interviews Meghan Markle And Prince Harry; Economy Is Starting To Recover; CNN Original Series Lincoln: Divided We Stand. Aired 5-6p ET
• Gov. Andrew Cuomo (D-NY) Says He Will Not Resign; Russia Spreading Disinformation On Vaccines; Expert Warns We're In The Eye Of The Hurricane With COVID; Highly Contagious Variant Spikes As U.S. Races To Vaccinate; NBA Stars Highlight Political Issues On All-Star Weekend; Palace Braces For Harry And Meghan Interview With Oprah. Aired 6-7p ET
• Interview With New York Assemblywoman Yuh-Line Niou (D) About Calls For Governor Cuomo To Resign; Potential Superspreader Events Coast To Coast; Interview With Rep. James Clyburn (D-SC) About Bloody Sunday Anniversary; Pandemic Takes Heavy Toll On Children's Mental Health; Pope Francis Visits Iraqi Cities Once Decimated By ISIS; Russia Spreading Disinformation On Vaccines. Aired 7-8p ET


March 06, 2021
• Pope Meets with Iraqi Leaders; U.N. Security Council Split on Response to Myanmar Coup, Violence; Oprah's Interview with Harry and Meghan. Aired 12-12:30a ET
• Pope Meets with Iraqi Leaders; U.N. Security Council Split on Response to Myanmar Coup, Violence; E.U. Pressuring Vaccine Makers to Honor Delivery Contracts; Oprah's Interview with Harry and Meghan; Prince Philip Moved to Private Hospital; COVID-19 Overwhelms Brazilian Hospitals. Aired 2-2:45a ET
• Pope Meets with Iraqi Leaders; U.N. Security Council Split on Response to Myanmar Coup, Violence; E.U. Pressuring Vaccine Makers to Honor Delivery Contracts; Oprah's Interview with Harry and Meghan. Aired 3-3:30a ET
• Senate Continues Working on $1.9 Trillion COVID Relief Bill; Democratic Senator Joe Manchin Agrees to Compromise on Unemployment Benefits Included in COVID Relief Bill; Analysis Indicates Americans May Reach Herd Immunity to COVID-19 by Summer of 2021; Jackson, Mississippi, Mayor Chokwe Antar Lumumba Interviewed on Infrastructure Needs of His City and Restoring Water Service to All Resident; More Information Emerges from Charlotte Bennett who Accused New York Governor Andrew Cuomo of Sexual Misconduct. Aired 10-11a ET
• Democrats Work to Push Relief Bill through Senate; COVID-19 Reaches 116 Million Cases Worldwide, 25 Million Deaths; U.N. Security Council Split on Response to Myanmar Coup, Violence; Russian Pipeline Testing Biden's Resolve; Central Americans Now Think It's Easier to Enter U.S.; Oprah's Interview with Harry and Meghan; Pilots' Perspective on Flying during the Pandemic. Aired 4-5a ET
• Democrats Work To Push Relief Bill Through Senate; Senator Draws Scrutiny For Voting Down Minimum Wage; Pope Meets With Iraqi Leaders; Detroit Mayor Backtracks After First Declining J&J Vaccine; E.U. Pressuring Vaccine Makers To Honor Delivery Contracts; Chicago Hospital Home Vaccinates High-Risk Seniors; Vaccine Disparity Among Minorities; Chile Aims For Herd Immunity By End Of June; U.N. Security Council Split On Response To Myanmar Coup, Violence; Perseverance Rover Takes First Drive On Mars. Aired 5-6a ET
• Senate Passes $1.9 Trillion American Rescue Plan After Democratic Senator Joe Manchin Agrees To Compromise On Unemployment Benefits Included In Legislation; President Biden Praises Senate For Passing American Rescue Plan To Provide Economic Relief To Americans Affected By COVID-19; Interview With Rep. Nikema Williams (D-GA); Los Angeles County Increasing Vaccination Numbers; Texas Governor Lifts Mask Mandate; Author Mallika Chopra Interviewed On Well-Being Practices For Children During Pandemic. Aired 2-3p ET
• Senate Works To Pass $1.9 Trillion COVID Relief Bill; CNN Analysis: U.S. Could Reach Herd Immunity By Summer; Some States Roll Back Restrictions Despite Experts' Warnings; Investigation Into Sexual Harassment Allegations Against NY Governor; Georgia Election Interference Case To Go To Grand Jury; NBA Stars Plan Political Message For All-Star Game. Aired 11a-12p ET
• Senate Passes Biden's $1.9 Trillion COVID Relief Bill Along Party Lines; CNN Analysis: U.S. Could Reach Herd Immunity By Late Summer Through Vaccinations Alone; California Theme Parks & Arenas To Start Reopening April 1; Biden Administration Asks Facilities For Migrant Children To Open To Pre-Pandemic Levels; Texas Governor Stalls Efforts To Test Migrants For COVID; NYT & WSJ: Cuomo Aides Altered Data To Lower COVID Nursing Home Deaths By Nearly Half. Aired 3-4p ET
• By 50-49 Vote, Senate Passes Biden's $1.9 Trillion COVID Relief Plan; New York Governor Announces Record-High Single-Day Vaccinations; More Than A Dozen States Now Without Mask Mandates; Cuomo Accuser Charlotte Bennett: I Was "Terrified" During Second Meeting With Governor; NYT & WSJ: Cuomo Aides Altered Data To Lower COVID Nursing Home Deaths By Nearly Half; Officials Investigating Communication Between Capitol Rioters & Lawmakers As a Former Trump Official Faces Charges. Aired 1-2p ET
• Senate Passes Biden's $1.9 Trillion COVID Relief Bill Along Party Lines; CDC Still Finalizing Guidance On What's Safe For Vaccinated Americans; Migrants Increasingly Crowd Texas Shelters, Hoping To Gain Entry To U.S. Under President Biden; House Passes Bill Named In Honor Of George Floyd; Lebron James Joins Fight Against GOP- Led Bills Which Would Make It Hard To Vote. Aired 4-5p ET
• Senate Passes $1.9 Trillion COVID Relief Bill; Race To Vaccinate Intensifies As Some States Relax COVID Rules; Trump Appointee Charged For Role In Deadly Capitol Riot; Newly Released Bodycam Video Shows Man Crying Out To Officers Before Death: "I Can't Breathe"; Interview With Rep. Sheila Jackson Lee (D-TX); Biden: Relief Checks Will Start Going Out This Month; Pope Francis Holds Historic Meeting With A Revered Muslim Cleric. Aired 6-7p ET
• Senate Passes Biden's $1.9 Trillion COVID Relief Bill Along Party Lines; First Known Trump Political Appointee Charged In Capitol Riot; Albany Times Union Calls On Gov. Andrew Cuomo (D-NY) To Resign Amid Multiple Crises; Texas Governor Lifts Mask Mandate Despite Health Officials' Warnings; W. Kamal Bell Helps Combat Vaccine Misinformation And Hesitancy; House Passes Bill To Counter GOP-Led Efforts To Restrict Voter Access. Aired 5-6p ET
• Father Of Seven Records Heartbreaking Video For His Children Before Dying Of COVID-19; CNN Analysis: U.S. Could Reach Herd Immunity By Late Summer Through Vaccinations Alone; CDC Director: Guidance For Fully Vaccinated People Is Complex, Will Be Released Soon; Texas Democratic Representative Warns Biden About Immigration Consequences; House Passes Bill To Counter GOP Voting Restriction Efforts; Biden Pushes Schools To Reopen As White House Prioritizes Teachers For Vaccines; Royal Rift Deepens. Aired 7-8p ET
• Senate Passes $1.9 Trillion Relief Bill That Includes $1,400 Stimulus Checks; Race To Vaccinate Intensifies As Some States Relax COVID Rules; Trump To Campaign Against Sen. Lisa Murkowski (R-AK) In 2022; Unseen Footage From The Apollo 11 Mission; Former Neo-Nazi On Fighting Hatred; Pope Francis On First Ever Papal Trip To Iraq. Aired 8-9p ET
• Texas Governor Lifting Statewide Mask Mandate Wednesday; Some States Lifting Restrictions Despite Experts' Warnings; By 50-49 Vote, Senate Passes Biden's $1.9 Trillion COVID Relief Plan; Senator Tina Smith Is Interviewed About The $1.9 Trillion COVID Relief Bill By President Biden; FL Governor Faces Growing Claims Of Vaccine Favoritism. Aired 12-1p ET
• Pope Meets With Iraqi Leaders; U.N. Security Council Split On Response To Myanmar Coup, Violence; Oprah's Interview With Harry And Meghan. Aired 12-12:30a ET


March 05, 2021
• Violence Escalates in Myanmar as Crackdown on Protesters Intensifies; WHO Warns of Worrying Spike in European Cases; Italy Blocks Export of Vaccine Doses to Australia; New Zealand Downgrades Tsunami Warning; Beijing to Tighten Grip on Hong Kong as Parliament Opens; Oil Prices Surge After OPEC Extends Production Cuts; Pope Francis Leaves Italy For Landmark Trip To Iraq; Soon: Pope To Visit Baghdad Church Attacked In 2010; Duke Of Edinburgh Recovering After Heart Procedure; Fate Of Voting Rights Bill Unclear As it Heads To Senate; "QAnon Shaman" Says He Was At Capitol To Spread Positivity, Rioter Seen With Feet On Pelosi's Desk Has Court Outburst. Aired 2- 2:45a ET
• COVID Cases Increase Worldwide; Freedom Not Being Felt in Many Countries; Germany Reverse Vaccine Rules; Protesters Sings in the Streets of Myanmar; Cuba Developing Its Own COVID Vaccine; Papal Visit To Iraq; Palace Has No Comment About Markle's Remarks; Prince Philip's Health After Heart Procedure; New Zealand Earthquakes Warns Of Tsunami; OPEC, Allies Keep Lid On Oil Output; Latest U.S. Jobless Numbers To Be Released Friday; U.N. Calls For Probe Into Possible War Crimes In Tigray Region; Japanese Billionaire To Invite Eight People On Trip Around The Moon. Aired 3-4a ET
• Germany Approves Oxford-AstraZeneca Vaccine for 65 and Up; Protestors Return to the Streets Despite Escalating Violence; Beijing to Tighten Grip on Hong Kong as Parliament Opens; New Zealand Experiences Three Earthquakes; Pope Francis to Visit Baghdad Church Attacked in 2010; 118-Year-Old Woman to Become Oldest Olympic Torchbearer; Jared Kushner Missing from Recent Trump Meetings. Aired 12-12:45a ET
• U.S. Senate Takes Up Biden's $1.9 Trillion Legislation; 15 States Without Mask Mandates Amid Variant Threat; Investigators Examining Contacts Between Rioters and Lawmakers; Italy Blocks Export of Vaccine Doses to Australia; Pope Francis Departs for Baghdad on Historic Trip. Aired 4-4:30a ET
• Texas Governor Defends Next Week's Lifting of Mask Mandate; Latest U.S. Jobless Numbers to be Released Friday; Duke of Edinburgh's Procedure After a Heart Condition; Protesters Defy Violent Myanmar Military Crackdown; Thousands Gathered for National People's Congress; 118-Year-Old Woman to Become Oldest Torchbearer. Aired 4:30-5a ET
• In Europe, New Variants' Rate Of Spread Faster Than Rates Of Vaccination; Myanmar Crisis Deepens; Military Orders Seem To Be Shoot To Kill; Australian Vaccine Diverted To Italy By E.U.; Pope Francis Leaves For Iraq On Historic Visit; Myanmar Crimes Against Civilians Becoming Crimes Against Humanity; Australia's Vaccination Program; Pope Set to Visit Iraq Friday Despite Security Fears; Iraqi Christians Hope Pope Will Help Heal Their Wounds; U.N. Calls for Probe into Possible War Crimes in Tigray Region; Near-Record COVID-19 Cases Overwhelm Brazil's Hospitals; Oil Prices Surge After OPEC Extends Production Cuts; New Zealand Earthquakes; Fly Me to the Moon. Aired 1- 2a ET
• Senate Debating COVID Relief Bill Ahead of Vote-A-Ram; Mississippi Governor Defends Lifting Mask Mandate; U.S. Economy Adds 379,000 Jobs in February, Unemployment Slips to 6.2 Percent. Aired 10- 10:30a ET
• U.S. Economy Adds More Jobs Than Expected in February; Rep. Eric Swalwell (D-CA) Sues Trump and Allies for Inciting Capitol Riot; New York Times and Wall Street Journal Reports, Cuomo Aides Altered Data to Lower Nursing Home Deaths. Aired 11:30a-12p ET
• Senate Debating COVID Relief Bill Ahead of "Vote-a-Rama"; White House COVID Response Team Holds Briefing; U.S. Economy Adds More Jobs Than Expected in February. Aired 11-11:30a ET
• Derek Chauvin Trial Begins Next Week; Arizona County Opens Vaccines to All; Mayors Shift Responses as Johnson & Johnson Comes on Market. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• GOP Launches Stunts as Senate Advances COVID Relief Bill; Female Riot Suspect Asks for Less Restrictive Conditions in Jail; Fox Resorts to Culture War Menu after Host Vowed No More Junk Food. Aired 1-1:30p ET
• Swalwell Sues Trump; Investigations into Communications with Capitol Rioters; Sen. Mazie Hirono (D-HI) is Interviewed about the Capitol Attack; States Ease Restrictions Despite Warnings; Pope Francis Visits Iraq. Aired 9:30-10a
• Senate Begins Debate on $1.9 Trillion COVID Relief Bill; U.S. Economy Adds 379,000 Jobs in February; Mississippi Governor Doubles Down on Lifting Mask Mandate; NYT & WSJ: Cuomo Aides Altered Report on Nursing Home Deaths; Governor Cuomo's Accuser Speaks Out About Sexual Harassment Claims; Federal Investigators Examine Communications Between U.S. Lawmakers and Capitol Rioters. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• Cuomo Accuser Speaks Out; Senate Debates COVID Relief Package. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• COVID Relief Stalls in Senate; Confusion Follows Detroit Mayor Duggan's Vaccine Statements; New York Governor Andrew Cuomo Rewrote Nursing Home Report. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• President Biden Addresses COVID Relief as Senate Debates the Bill; 8 Democrats Vote Against Minimum Wage Increase in COVID Relief Bill; Trump Appointee Arrested in Connection with Capitol Riot; Russia Vows Retaliation Over U.S. Sanctions Per Navalny Poisoning. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• FOX Resorts to Culture War Menu after Host Vow "No More Junk Food"; Suspects Who Posed at Pelosi's Desk Screams "It's Not Fair" in Tantrum; Doses, Duchess, Dr. Seuss: What a Year This Week Has Been; Meghan Markle Says She's Giving Interview Now "Because I Can" as Royals Investigate Her Alleged Bullying. Aired 1:30-2p ET
• Vivian Zayas Discusses Lawsuit Over Mother's Death in Nursing Home & Cuomo Aides Rewrote Nursing Home Report to Hide Death Toll; Rep. Ilhan Omar (D-MN) Discusses COVID Relief, Getting $15 Minimum Wage, Possible Communications Between Congress Members & Capitol Riot Mob, Accountability for Khashoggi Murder; Nancy Navarro, Montgomery County Council Member, Discusses 2 Unmuted Staffers Mocking Her Latina Accent in Zoom Meeting. Aired 2:30-3p ET


March 04, 2021
• Dramatic Escalation of Violence against Myanmar Protesters; More African Nations begin Vaccinations Thanks to COVAX; Pope Francis to Meet Iraq's Minority Christians; ICC to Probe Alleged War Crimes in Palestinian Territories; ICC to Probe Alleged War Crimes in Palestinian Territories; Outrage Over Killing of Three Female Journalists in Afghanistan; Buckingham Palace to Investigate Claims Meghan Bullied Staff; Broadway Performers Take the Stage in Australia; Is There a Bias Against the Johnson & Johnson Vaccine?; Gov. Cuomo Apologizes, Rejects Calls to Resign. Aired 12-12:45a ET
• Myanmar's Street Violence Escalating by the Day; International Community Must Act Against Myanmar's Military; Royalties Using Their Positions to Get COVID Vaccine; Duke and Duchess of Sussex on Spotlight; Alexei Navalny in Quarantine; Germany Launch Five-Stage on Reopening; Far-right Party First To Be Put Under Surveillance In Germany; ICC To Investigate Israel, Palestinians For Alleged War Crimes; Investigation Underway Into Attack On Iraqi Air Base; Pope Francis Pushing Ahead With Trip To Iraq; Funerals Held For Murdered Journalist In Afghanistan; United Kingdom Reveals New Budget As Economy Struggles; Hacking Allegations Of Microsoft Against China; Japan To Decide On Allowing Overseas Spectators By March 25; COVID-19 Sends Broadway Performers To Australia. Aired 3-4a ET
• FBI, DHS Warn of Potential Violence at U.S. Capitol Today; President Biden Focused on COVID Economic Relief Bill; U.S. Health Officials Warn U.S. State Against Reopening; Meghan Suggest Palace May Be Perpetuating Falsehoods; Pope Francis Pushing Ahead with Trip to Iraq. Aired 4-4:30a ET
• Myanmar's Military Wages Brutal Response To Protesters; Israelis And Palestinians Under Investigation For War Crimes; Benjamin Netanyahu Courts Far Right Ahead Of Upcoming Election; Former Royal Couple Henry And Meghan: Preview Of Oprah Interview; COVID-19 Update; U.S. Figures, Brazil, Venezuela; German Intel Agents to Monitor Far- Right AFD Party; Germany to Slowly Relax COVID-19 Restrictions; Outrage over Killing of Three Female Journalists; Pentagon Silent on Who Attacked Iraqi Air Base; OPEC + under Pressure to Increase Oil Production. Aired 1-2a ET
• Change in National Guard Protocol Blamed for Slow Response; International Criminal Court to Probe Alleged War Crimes in Palestinian Territories; Prince Philip Underwent Heart Procedure; Dramatic Escalation of Violence in Myanmar Against Protesters; More African Nations Start Vaccinations Thanks to COVAX; Brazil Reports Highest Daily Death Toll for COVID-19. Aired 4:30-5a ET
• Sources Say, Security Review Complete, Calls for 1,000 More Capitol Police Officers; Biden Slams States Lifting Mask Mandates as Neanderthal Thinking; QAnon Conspiracy Theory at Center of Latest Threat on Capitol. Aired 10-10:30a ET
• Dramatic Escalation of Violence against Myanmar Protesters; Brazil Has Vaccinated Less Than 4 Percent of Its Population; ICC to Probe Alleged War Crimes in Palestinian Territories; Buckingham Palace to Investigate Claims Meghan Markle Bullied Staff; Investigation Underway into Attack on Iraqi Air Base; Pope Francis to Meet Iraq's Minority Christians; Broadway Performers Take the Stage in Australia. Aired 2-3a ET
• Desperate Small Businesses Wait for Third Round of Relief; Senate Gears Up for Marathon Push for COVID-19 Relief; Interview with Sen. Bob Menendez, Foreign Relations Chair, on Relief Bill; "Miami Herald" Reveals Wealthy Enclave Received Vaccine before Much of Florida; Facebook Lifts Ban on Political Ads. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• House Passes Sweeping Voting Rights Bill Over GOP Opposition; Data Shows Nursing Home Cases Plummet Nearly 90 Percent Since December Peak; Meghan Markle Says, Royal Family Perpetuated Falsehoods About Us. Aired 11:30a-12p ET
• U.S. Capitol Police Warns of Threat Today, House Cancels Session; Texas Governor Greg Abbott Faces Backlash For Lifting Restrictions; Pelosi: Changed House Schedule "Mostly" to Accommodate GOP Issues Sessions, Not Due to Security Threats from Right-Wing Extremists. Aired 11-11:30a ET
• Biden Slams States Lifting Mask Mandates As "Neanderthal Thinking"; Texas Governor Faces Backlash After Lifting COVID Restriction; Meghan Markle to Oprah: Royal Family "Perpetuated Falsehoods" About Us; FBI and DHS Warn of Another Possible Attack on U.S. Capitol; Senate Gears Up for Marathon Effort in Push for COVID Relief; Interview with Representative Tim Ryan (D-OH) about Securing the Capitol. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• GOP Plots Stunts as Senate Advances Biden's COVID Relief Bill; U.S. Bishops Discourage Catholics from Taking J&J Vaccine; Case Involving Trump May Be Heading to Grand Jury Soon. Aired 1-1:30p ET
• State Official Removed after Saying "Death of America" and Making Racist Comments; Republican Stunts in Opposition to COVID-19 Relief Bill; Interview with Rep. Ted Lieu on Canceling Congress amid Fears of Capitol Violence; Texas Governor Stalled Funds to Test Migrants, Then Blames Them for Spreading COVID-19; Arizona Doctor Reaches Breaking Point as States Reopen without Mandates; Transportation Department Watchdog Asked for Criminal Probe Secretary Elaine Chao over Ethics. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• House Passes Voting Rights Bill; House Passes Police Reform Bill; Georgia Probe Heads to Grand Jury; Meghan Markle on Royal Family; Cuomo Apologizes but Rejects Resigning. Aired 9:30-10a ET.
• COVID Relief; Republican Governors Eliminating COVID Safety Measures; Interview With Rep. Ruben Gallego (D-AZ); Capitol Threats. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• Senate Gears Up for Marathon Effort in Push for COVID Relief; Interview with Rep. Eric Swalwell (D-CA), Narrow Income Eligibility for Stimulus Checks; House Passes Sweeping Voting Rights Bill Over GOP Opposition; Texas Governor Stalled Federal Aid to Test migrants for COVID; Inspector General Report Says Elaine Chao Used Office to Help Family; Meghan Accuses Royal Family of Perpetuating Falsehoods. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• Case Involving Trump May Be Heading to Grand Jury Soon; GOP's Yellow Brick Road Pursuit Toward a Power Charade; Biden Trails Presidential Predecessors in Holding 1st Solo News Conference; Dr. Seuss Taking Over Best-Seller List after 6 Books Pulled; Markle Accuses Royals of "Perpetuating Lies" in Oprah Interview; Royals to Investigate If Markle Bullied Staff in Unusual Announcement; State Department Official Removed for Racist Post about V.P. Harris. Aired 1:30-2p ET
• Trump's DOJ Declined Criminal Ethics Probe into Elaine Chao; Trump Investigators Focusing on His Longtime Finance Chief; Cuomo Accused of Sexual Harassment After Speaking Out Against It for Years. Aired 2:30-3p ET


March 03, 2021
• How a Religious Festival Turned into a Massacre; Health Experts Warn against Relaxing COVID-19 Restrictions; U.S. Finds Russia Poisoned Navalny, Joins E.U. in Sanctions; Mental Health Concerns Rising among Children; Biden: Mental Health Concerns Rising Among Children; Attacks on Asian Americans Surging Across U.S.; NYT: Third Woman Accuses Gov. Cuomo of Unwanted Advances; Family Remembers Leonard Davis, 88, Who Contracted COVID Days Before Scheduled for COVID Shot. Aired 12-12:45a ET
• Genocide Unveiled in Tigray Region; Europe Makes U-turn on AstraZeneca; Germany Looking to Ease Restrictions; Protests in Myanmar Not Ending Soon; U.S. Sanction Russian Officials; Domestic Terrorism Growing in the U.S.; First Johnson And Johnson Vaccine Doses Administered; Health Experts Warn Against Relaxing Restrictions; Countries Grappling With Economic Impact Of Virus; U.K. Budget Day 2021, What To look For; U.S. Senate Taking Up COVID Relief Plan This Week; Reggae Legend Dead At 73; Australian Attorney General Denies Rape Allegations; Famine Crisis In Yemen; Israeli Right-Wing Courting Arab Voters; Violent Crimes In Arab Israeli Town Gets Attention; Dolly Parton Gets COVID-19 Vaccine; Iowa Pizzeria Under Fire, A Slice Of Controversy. Aired 3-4a ET
• Biden: Enough Vaccines for Every U.S. Adult by End of May; Biden Pushing to Pass His $1.9 Trillion Relief Plan; White House Withdraws Nomination of Neera Tanden to OMB; U.S. Finds Russia Poisoned Navalny, Joins EU in Sanctions; Supreme Court Appears to Favor Arizona's New Rules; FBI Director: Domestic Terrorism is Metastasizing; How a Religious Festival Turned into a Massacre. Aired 4-4:30a ET
• U.S. Finds Russia Poisoned Navalny, Joins E.U. in Sanctions; Italy to Close Schools in COVID-19 Hot Spots; Ousted Myanmar President Faces Two New Charges; Three Female Media Workers Killed in Jalalabad; FBI Director: Domestic Terrorism is "Metastasizing"; Countries Grappling with Economic Impact of Virus. Aired 2-2:45a ET
• Biden: Enough Vaccines for Every U.S. Adult by End of May; Texas Lifts Mask Mandate and Other Restrictions; Germany Mulls Next Steps as Cases Rise, Vaccinations Stall; Attacks on Asian Americans Surging Across U.S.; QAnon Theory Prompts U.S. Capitol to Increase Security. Aired 4:30-5a ET
• White House Boosts Vaccine Production With Merck-J&J Deal; Myanmar Military Responds With Force, Pressing New Charges; Continued Crackdown As Myanmar's U.N. Presence Under Question; U.S. States Ease Restrictions, Numbers Show Variants Are Not Letting Up; Stimulus Bill: Progressive Democrats Want More; CNN Investigation Reveals Mass Civilian Murder In Tigray; FBI Director: Domestic Terrorism is "Metastasizing"; Three Female Media Workers Killed in Jalalabad; More than Half the Population in Yemen is Going Hungry; Arab Israeli Towns Seeing Rise in Violent Crime; Two Cuban Vaccine Candidates to Start Late-Stage Trials; U.S. States Grapple with How to Safely Reopen Schools. Aired 1-2a ET
• FBI Warns of Extremist Chatter to Attack U.S. Capitol Tomorrow; Biden Says, We Will Have Enough Vaccines for All U.S. Adults by End of May; FBI and Defense Officials Testify on Deadly Insurrection. Aired 10-10:30a ET
• Alessandra Biaggi is Interviewed about Andrew Cuomo; Chatter of U.S. Capitol Attack Tomorrow; Georgia Takes up Voting Bill; Vaccination Sites Open in Florida. Aired 9:30-10a ET
• FBI and Defense Officials Testify on Deadly Insurrection. Aired 11:30a-12p ET
• FBI & Defense Officials Testify on Deadly Insurrection. Aired 11-11:30a ET
• Biden Vows Enough Vaccines for All U.S. Adults by the End of May; Texas, Mississippi Lift Mask Mandates and Allow Businesses to Reopen; FBI Warns of Extremist Chatter to Attack U.S. Capitol Tomorrow; Air Base Hosting U.S. Troops in Iraq targeted in rocket attack; Growing Number of New York Democrats Call on Governor Cuomo to Resign. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• FBI Warns of Extremist Chatter to Attack U.S. Capitol Tomorrow; Biden Makes Concession on Checks in $1.9 Trillion COVID Relief Talks; Gov. Andrew Cuomo (D-NY) Speaks amid Harassment, Nursing Home Allegations. Aired 1-1:30p ET
• Live Coverage of Senate Hearing on the January 6th Insurrection; Opening Statements by Robert Salesses, Melissa Smislova, Jill Sanborn, William J. Walker; Questioning by Sen. Gary Peters (D- MI). Aired 10:30-11a ET
• QAnon Conspiracies and President Trump; Andrew Cuomo Breaks Silence; Congress Investigates Capitol Riot. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• Interview with Rep. Eric Swalwell (D-CA); Live Coverage of President Biden Press Conference; President Biden Reduces Stimulus Checks' Phase Out. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• NY Governor Cuomo Holds Press Briefing; Pence Pushes Big Lie in Op-Ed 6 Weeks after Capitol Attack. Aired 1:30-2p ET
• FBI, DHS Warn of Extremist Chatter to Attack the Capitol; Biden Advances Vaccine Timeline as Some Governors Rip Off Restrictions; Biden Slams "Neanderthal Thinking" on Governor's Lifting COVID Restrictions; Attacks on Asian-Americans Surge Throughout Pandemic. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• Scathing Report: Rep. Ronny Jackson Harassed Staff, Drank On Job; States Trying To Turn "The Big Lie" Into Law That Will Impact Voting; State Sen. Andrea Stewart-Cousins (D-NY) Discusses Governor Cuomo's Apology, Refusal To Resign Amid Sexual Harassment Allegations; Mixed Opinions Among Business Owners As Texas Ends Mask Mandate. Aired 2:30-3p ET


March 02, 2021
• COVID Cases Rise Worldwide; Kidnapped Schoolgirls in Nigeria Now Back Home; Vaccinations Working in Britain; President Biden Under Pressure Over Campaign Promises; President Biden Met with Mexico's President; Manufacturers Racing to Produce Millions Of Vaccine; Papal Visit to Iraq, He's First Trip Outside Italy Since Coronavirus Pandemic; Regional Foreign Ministers to Pressure Myanmar Junta; Pledges from Donor Conference Disappointing; Stakes High in Landmark Hong Kong Hearing; When Politics and Sports Collide; Global Carbon Dioxide Emissions Rising After Steep Drop; Harry and Meghan Speak To Oprah. Aired 3-4a ET
• Rise In COVID-19 Cases For First Time In Seven Weeks; Johnson & Johnson Starts Shipping One-Dose Vaccine; Official Tells Migrants To Wait Before Traveling To U.S.; Former French President Sentenced To Prison For Corruption; Hong Kong Hearing Resumes For 47 Pro-Democracy Activists; Biden Meets With Lawmakers To Push COVID-19 Relief Bill; U.N. Chief: Pledges From Donor Conference For Yemen 'Disappointing'; Britain's Prince Philip Moved To Second London Hospital; New York Attorney General To Start Investigation Into Cuomo Harassment Allegations. Aired 12-12:45a ET
• Global Coronavirus Cases Up For The First Time In Seven Weeks; Former French President, Sarkozy, To Appeal Prison Sentence; J&J 'One- And-Done' Vaccine To Start Being Given Today; Live Update: 300 Nigerian Schoolgirls Freed; U.S. Averaging 1.7 Million Vaccine Shots Per Day; Johnson & Johnson Vaccine; Calls for Stronger Response as Violence Escalates; Landmark Hearing Resumes for 47 Pro-Democracy Activists; Global Carbon Dioxide Emissions Rising after Steep Drop; Britain's Prince Philip Moved to Second London Hospital. Aired 1-2a ET
• New Warnings as Third Vaccine Rolls Out; U.S. Starts Distributing Johnson & Johnson Vaccine; Biden Discusses Immigration, Pandemic with Mexican President; More than 300 People Charged in Connection with Deadly Riot; Third Woman Accuses New York Governor of Sexual Harassment; Goya CEO Under Fire, Falsely Calls Trump "Legitimate" President. Aired 4-4:30a ET
• 279 Kidnapped Schoolgirls Rescued and Safe in Nigeria; Rise in COVID-19 Cases for First Time in Seven Weeks; 15 Percent of U.S. Public Given at least One Vaccine Dose; Official Tells Migrants to Wait before Traveling to U.S.; Pledges for Yemen from Donor Conference "Disappointing"; Calls for Stronger Response in Myanmar as Violence Escalates; Pope to Visit Iraq Despite COVID-19 and Terrorism Threats; Global CO2 Rising after Steep Drop. Aired 2-2:45a ET
• U.S. Starts Distributing Johnson & Johnson Vaccine; BioNTech CEO: Studying Vaccine's Effectiveness Against Variants; U.S. Schools Begin to Tackle Problems of Reopening Safely; Pope to Visit Iraq Despite COVID and Terrorism Threats; Britain's Prince Philip Moved to Second London Hospital; Prince Harry Compares Split from Royals to Princess Diana. Aired 4:30-5a ET
• Senators Grill FBI Director Over Insurrection Security Failures; FBI Director Gives First Public Testimony Since Insurrection. Aired 10-10:30a ET
• Biden to Announce Merck will Work with Johnson & Johnson to Manufacture Vaccine; Biden to Meet with Senate Democrats on COVID Relief Bill; Calls Grow for New York Governor Cuomo to Resign As Third Accuser Emerges; Senators to Grill FBI Director Over Insurrection Security Failures; Texas FEMA Sites to Receive 24,000 J&J Vaccine Doses. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• Senators Grill FBI Director Over Insurrection, Domestic Terror. Aired 11-11:30a ET
• Senators Grill FBI Director Over Insurrection, Domestic Terror. Aired 11:30a-12p ET
• Senators Grill FBI Director Over Insurrection, Domestic Terror. Aired 1-1:30p ET
• Live Coverage as FBI Director Wray Testifies Before Senate Judiciary Committee; Questioning by Sen. Dick Durbin (D-IL), Sen. Chuck Grassley (R-IA), Sen. Patrick Leahy (D-VT), and Sen. Lindsey Graham (R-SC); Questions Focus on January 6th Insurrectionists, Politics, Investigation. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• New Cuomo Allegations; FBI Director Testifies on Capitol Hill; Johnson & Johnson Vaccine Rollout Begins. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• Calls Grow for New York Governor's Resignation; Supreme Court Hears Arizona's Voting Rights Case; Trump Facing Five Probes. Aired 9:30-10a ET.
• FBI Director Wray Testifies on January 6th Insurrection; Wray: FBI "Repeatedly" Warned of Domestic Extremism, Especially Surrounding Election Issues; Wray Says No Evidence of "Fake Trump Supporters" at Capitol Riot; Biden Urges Democrats to Reject Poison Pills that May Sink Relief Plan; Trump's Surgeon General Breaks with Fauci, Says to Prioritize 1st Doses. Aired 1:30-2p ET
• Interview with Former FBI Agent Peter Strzok; Proud Boys Leader Trial Begins Today; Kayleigh McEnany Claims Surprise at Insurrection. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• GOP Congressman Facing Troubling Allegations About His Past; Georgia Republicans Pass Bill That Imposes New Voter Restrictions; Biden Meets with Democratic Senators in Final Pitch for COVID Relief Bill; Florida Governor DeSantis Under Fire Over Elite Vaccine Clinics. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• Third Woman Accuses Cuomo Of Unwanted Advances & Six Democrat New York Lawmakers Call For His Impeachment; GOP's Madison Cawthorn Faces Sexual Harassment Allegations; Cruz Says Democrats "Abandoned" Working Class, Forgetting He Hit Cancun During Crisis; Nikki Haley Flip Flops Between Condemning And Praising Trump; First J&J Vaccine Doses Administered To Patients. Aired 2:30-3p ET


March 01, 2021
• Former President Repeats Election Lies at Conference; Anti-Coup Protestors March the Day After Deadly Crackdowns; Hearing Delayed for Hong Kong Activists Facing Charges; WHO: Some Countries Undermining Global Vaccine Efforts; U.S. Condemns Weekend Houthi Attack Against Saudi Arabia; Migrant Numbers Surging at Mexico-Guatemala Border. Aired 12-1a ET
• Trump Cements His Hold On The Republican Party At CPAC; Myanmar's Deadliest; 18 People Killed In Clashes; New Zealand's One Case That Shut Down A City; J&J Starts Shipping America's Third Vaccine; Court Hearing to Start for 47 Hong Kong Activists; Aung San Suu Kyi Appears in Court by Video; Australia's Wine Makers Suffer Over Harsh China Tariffs; China and Australia, Where to? Report on Khashoggi could impact business in Saudi Arabia; Awards Season Kicks Off. Aired 1-2a ET
• U.S. With Third Vaccine for the Public; Donald Trump Tease to Run in 2024; Trump Supporters Stick with Him; President Biden Being Soft on Saudi Arabia; Governor Andrew Cuomo Under Heavy Scrutiny; U.S. Notice Human Rights Violations in Myanmar; Trials in Hong Kong Spark New Anger; U.S. Expected to Elaborate Actions Against Saudis; Central American Migrants Make the Grueling Journey North; Vaccine Distrust in Germany; Showing Solidarity; Stars Stay Home for the Golden Globes. Aired 3-4a ET
• Johnson & Johnson Vaccine to Begin Shipping; Health Experts Hope Johnson & Johnson Speed Up Vaccinations; Former President Trump Repeats Election Lies During Speech at CPAC; Gov. Cuomo Responds to Allegations of Sexual Harassment; Anti-Coup Protesters March Day After Deadly Crackdown in Myanmar; Reports: Ang San Suu Kyi Faces Third Charge in Court; Hearing Resume for 47 Hong Kong Activists with Subversion. Aired 4-4:30a ET
• Court Hearing To Start For 47 Hong Kong Activists; Migrants Say Biden Presidency Gives Them Hope; CNN Team Helps Migrants Attacked During Journey North; Former President Donald Trump Makes an Appearance at CPAC; Myanmar's Prime Minister Aung San Suu Kyi Appears in Court; Deadly Pro-Democracy Rally in Thailand; CDC Approves Johnson & Johnson Vaccine; Hong Kong Court Charge 47 Activist. Aired 2-3a ET
• U.S. Expected to Elaborate Action Against Saudis; Central American Migrants Make the Grueling Journey North; U.K. Vaccine Rollout Expands to People Aged 60 and Older; Some Germans Rejecting Oxford-AstraZeneca Shots; Award Season Kicks Off with Telecast Altered by Pandemic. Aired 4:30-5a ET
• Johnson & Johnson Vaccine Doses Shipped, Injections Begin Tomorrow; Senate Could Begin Debate on $1.9 Trillion Relief Bill This Week; Trump Delivers Speech Filled with Debunked Lies at CPAC. Aired 10-10:30a ET
• Senate Could Begin Debate on $1.9 Trillion Relief Bill This Week; Gov. Andrew Cuomo (D-NY) Apologizes amid New Allegations of Sexual Harassment; Trump Teases 2024 Presidential Run in Lie-Filled CPAC Speech. Aired 11:30a-12p ET
• J&J Vaccine Shipment Arrives at Louisville Airport; White House COVID Briefing as J&J Vaccine Rollout Begins; CDC: "Deeply Concerned" at COVID Case Trajectory. Aired 11-11:30a ET
• Johnson & Johnson Single-Dose Vaccine on Way to Americans; Gov. Andrew Cuomo (D-NY) amid New Allegations of Sexual Harassment; Goya CEO Repeats Trump Election Lies Despite Company Muzzling Him. Aired 1- 1:30p ET
• Johnson & Johnson Vaccine Doses Shipped, Injections Begin Tomorrow; Mass Vaccination Site Opens in Connecticut; Pressure Turns to Senate to Close Deal on COVID Relief; Senator Murkowski to Meet with Embattled OMB Director Nominee; Stock Futures Up After House Passes Biden's COVID Relief Package. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• Supreme Court to Hear Arizona Voting Restrictions Cases Tomorrow; Interview with Rep. Vicente Gonzalez (D-TX); BioNTech CEO Encourages COVID-19 Vaccine Against Variants. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• Trump Addresses CPAC; Senate Gets Biden's COVID Relief Bill; Johnson & Johnson Vaccine Begins Shipping Out. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• Trump Tightens Grip on Party; Cuomo Apologizes Amid New Allegations; Attacks on Asian Americans Soaring; White House Facing Backlash over Saudi Arabia. Aired 9:30-10a
• Johnson & Johnson Vaccine Shipments Begin; Interview with former Rep. Joe Walsh (R-IL); New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo Releases Apology Following Sexual Harassment Allegations. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• New York's Cuomo Apologizes Amid Allegations of Sexual Harassment; White House Defends Not Applying Sanctions to the Saudi Crown Prince; Lady Gaga's Dog Walker Speaks Out About the Near-Fatal Attack. Interview with Ron Kim, State Assemblyman (D-NY), Governor Andrew Cuomo's allegations of nursing home deaths and sexual harassment. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• Goya CEO Repeats Trump Election Lies Despite Company Muzzling Him; Ivy League FOX Host Dismisses "Esoteric" Ivy League Discussions; Prince Harry Opens Up on Royals Split: Feared Suffering Diana's Fate. Aired 1:30-2p ET
• Plastic Surgeon Attends Virtual Traffic Court During Surgery; Nearly 400,000 Texans Still Under Boil-Water Advisory; Democrats' Dream Of $15 Minimum Wage Slipping Away. Aired 2:30-3p ET


February 28, 2021
• J&J Vaccine Rollout Plan; Pfizer Aims For Vaccine Tests On Children 5 And Older; Trump To Speak At CPAC; New Yorkers Rally Against Attacks On Asian Americans; French Students Suffer Mentally From Lockdowns; COVID-19 Exposes Decades Of Neglect In Canada's Care Homes; Two Protesters Killed In Myanmar Protest; Funeral For Captain Sir Tom Moore. Aired 1-2a ET
• Trump To Speak At CPAC; J&J Vaccine Rollout Plan; Two Protesters Killed In Myanmar Protest; COVID-19 Exposes Decades Of Neglect In Canada's Care Homes; Pfizer Aims For Vaccine Tests On Children 5 And Older; New Yorkers Rally Against Attacks On Asian Americans; World Far From Reaching Paris Agreement Goals; Table Tennis Champ To Help Fight Climate Change. Aired 2-3a ET
• States Beginning To Lift Some COVID-19 Restrictions; J&J Vaccine Rollout Plan; South Dakota Governor Bashes Fauci At CPAC; Two Protesters Killed In Myanmar Protest; State Republican Lawmakers Try To Make Voting Harder; New Yorkers Rally Against Attacks On Asian Americans; COVID-19 Exposes Decades Of Neglect In Canada's Care Homes; Irish Police Arrest 23 In Dublin Anti-Lockdown Protests; Funeral For Captain Sir Tom Moore. Aired 3-4a ET
• J&J Vaccine Rollout Plan; Two Protesters Killed In Myanmar Protest; Trump To Speak At CPAC; Funeral For Captain Sir Tom Moore; French Students Suffer Mentally From Lockdowns; COVID-19 Exposes Decades Of Neglect In Canada's Care Homes; Shortage Of Plumbing Supplies After Winter Storm. Aired 4-5a ET
• J&J Vaccine Rollout Plan; Trump To Speak At CPAC; French Students Suffer Mentally From Lockdowns; State Republican Lawmakers Try To Make Voting Harder; Funeral For Captain Sir Tom Moore. Aired 5- 6a ET
• One-Dose Wonder; Gov. Cuomo Accused Of Sexual Harassment By Second Former Aide; DOJ Charges Man Accused Of Spraying Officers With Chemicals; Rep. Tim Ryan (D-OH) Is Interviewed About The COVID Relief Bill; Biden Admin Set To Clarify Sanctions Against Saudi Arabia. Aired 2-3p ET
• CDC Panel Votes To Recommend Johnson & Johnson Vaccine; NYT Reports Governor Cuomo Accused Of Sexual Harassment By Second Former Aide; 500,000 Texans Still Under Boil Water Advisory. Aired 3-4p ET
• Trump To Make First Post-Presidency Remarks At CPAC; Interview With Rep. Adam Kinzinger (R-IL) About Trump Speaking At CPAC; Johnson & Johnson Vaccine; Biden's Promise To Punish Saudi Crown Prince; CNN Heroes. Aired 4-5p ET
• Former President Trump Speaks At CPAC; CDC Recommends Johnson & Johnson One-Shot Vaccine; Another Former Aide Accuses Governor Cuomo Of Sexual Harassment; Anemic Job Growth In January; Golfers Honor Tiger Woods. Aired 5-6p ET
• New York Governor Cuomo Responds To Allegations Of Sexual Harassment; New Single-Dose Vaccine Cleared For National Rollout; Interview With John Bolton On Trump's CPAC Speech. Aired 6-7p ET
• New York Governor Cuomo Apologizes Amid New Allegation Of Sexual Harassment; Johnson & Johnson's Single-Dose Vaccine Cleared For National Rollout; Trump Still Popular During CPAC Despite Losing White House; Migrants Beaten And Robbed In Search For A Better Life In The U.S.; Trump At CPAC Again Denies He Lost 2020 Election; The Food Capital Of Italy. Aired 7-8p ET


February 27, 2021
• U.S. House Passes Biden's $1.9 Trillion COVID Relief Package; FDA Expected to Authorize Johnson & Johnson Vaccine Saturday; Saudi Crown Prince Approved Khashoggi Killing; London's Rat Population Booms in Lockdown. Aired 2:30-3a ET
• U.S. House Passes Biden's $1.9 Trillion COVID Relief Package; FDA Expected to Authorize Johnson & Johnson Vaccine Saturday; Saudi Crown Prince Approved Khashoggi Killing; More than 300 Schoolgirls Abducted in Nigeria; U.S. Airstrikes Hit Iran-Backed Militia in Syria; Golden Idol of Trump Displayed at GPAC; Prince Harry Opens Up to James Corden. Aired 3-4a ET
• House of Representatives Passes $1.9 Trillion COVID Relief Package with No Republican Votes; Senate Parliamentarian Rules $15 Minimum Wage Increase Cannot be Included in Reconciliation Bill; FDA Expected to Recommend Emergency Use Authorization Johnson & Johnson Single-Dose Coronavirus Vaccine; Conservative Political Action Conference Does Not Invite Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell to Speak at Event; FBI Identifies Suspect in Death of Capitol Police Officer Brian Sicknick During January 6th Riot; Ohio High School has Successfully Reopened to In-Person Instruction Despite Not Following All CDC Guidelines concerning COVID-19. Aired 10-11a ET
• U.S. House Passes Biden's $1.9 Trillion COVID Relief Package; Coronavirus Variants Likely More Common than Testing Shows; Saudi Crown Prince Approved Khashoggi Killing; U.S. Airstrikes Hit Iran- Backed Militia in Syria; "Too Much Vaccine in the Fridge" in Germany; U.K. to Continue Vaccine Rollout Based on Age; Study Raises Privacy Concerns over Immunity Passports; More than 300 Schoolgirls Abducted in Nigeria; London's Rat Population Booms in Lockdown. Aired 4-5a ET
• U.S. House Passes Biden's $1.9 Trillion COVID Relief Package; FDA Expected to Authorize Johnson & Johnson Vaccine Saturday; Saudi Crown Prince Approved Khashoggi Killing; U.S. Airstrikes Hit Iran- Backed Militia in Syria; Biden Promises to Help Texas Post-Storms; Latin American Officials in Vaccine Scandal; More than 300 Schoolgirls Abducted in Nigeria; Prince Harry Opens Up to James Corden. Aired 5-6a ET
• FDA Considering Emergency Use Authorization For Third Vaccine; Biden Calls On Senate To Quickly Pass $1.9 Trillion COVID Relief Bill; Pfizer To Begin Vaccine Trials With Children As Young As 5; Anthony Blinken: Didn't Want Sanctions To "Rupture" Ties With Saudis; Biden Orders Strikes Targeting Iranian-Backed Militia; FBI Identifies Suspect In Death Of Capitol Police Officer; Conservative Conference Set To Indulge Lies About 2020 Election; CDC Issues New Ventilation Recommendations For Schools. Aired 12-1p ET
• House Passes Biden's $1.9 Trillion COVID Relief Package; Interview With Rep. Raja Krishnamoorthi (D-IL); FDA Considering Emergency Use Authorization For Third Vaccine; FBI Identifies Suspect In Death Of Capitol Police Officer; Former President Looms Large At Annual Conservative Conference; Tiger Woods In "Good Spirits" After Follow-up Surgeries On Leg. Aired 11a-12p ET
• House Of Representatives Passes $1.9 Trillion COVID Relief Package With No Republican Votes; FDA Expected To Recommend Emergency Use Authorization Johnson & Johnson Single-Dose Coronavirus Vaccine; Tiger Woods Recovering From Surgeries After Car Crash; Report Implicates Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman As Ordering Killing Of Journalist Jamal Khashoggi; Biden Administration Orders Airstrike Against Iranian-Backed Militias In Syria; FBI Identifies Suspect in Death of Capitol Police Officer Brian Sicknick During January 6th Riot. Aired 2-3p ET
• FDA Considering Emergency Use Authorization For Third Vaccine; $1.9 Trillion Relief Bill Heads For Senate After Passing House; White House Levels Sanctions On Saudi Arabia Over Khashoggi Killing; White House Move To Reopen Detention Facilities Draw Widespread Criticism, Comparison To Trump White House; "Rise Up Against Anti-Asian Hate" Rally Underway; Landlords Hit As Unpaid Rent Piles Up From Eviction Moratorium. Aired 1-2p ET
• Biden Calls On Senate To Quickly Pass $1.9 Trillion COVID Relief Bill; Interview With Rep. Ro Khanna (D-CA); FDA Expected To Authorize J&J Vaccine For Emergency Use; Trump Makes Fundraising Moves Ahead Of CPAC Speech; Republicans Embrace Trump & His Big Lie At CPAC; Cruz Jokes About Cancun Controversy At CPAC; White House Levels Sanctions On Saudi Arabia Over Khashoggi Killing, Except Crown Prince; Prince Harry: British Press Was "Destroying" His Mental Health. Aired 3-4p ET
• House Passes Biden's $1.9 Trillion COVID Relief Bill; Rally Held In New York After Uptick In Anti-Asian Violence; 2024 GOP Presidential Hopefuls Overshadowed By Trump; QAnon Supporters Look To March 4th For Trump To Re-enter Presidency; Capitol Police Chief: Extremists Want To "Blow Up The Capitol"; Tiger Woods "In Good Spirits" After Undergoing Follow-up Surgeries; FDA Expected To Approve Single-Dose Johnson &Johnson Vaccine For Emergency Use. Aired 4-5p ET
• CNN Reports, Trump Makes Fundraising Moves Ahead Of CPAC Speech; FDA Considering Emergency Use Authorization For Third Vaccine; CNN Speaks To Leader Of The Far-Right Proud Boys Group; Source: Trump Plotting 2024 Run, Revenge Ahead Of CPAC Speech; Answering Viewer's Questions In CNN's "Cross Exam". Aired 5-6p ET
• New Single-Dose Vaccine Nears Emergency Use Authorization; Biden's $1.9 Trillion Relief Heads For Senate Showdown; CPAC Becomes Base For Trump Reboot With His Speech Tomorrow; Conservatives Celebrate Trump At CPAC Despite Election Loss; New Yorkers Unite At Rally Against Anti-Asian Violence; Thousands Of Migrant Families Surging Toward The Border Prompts Biden's First Migration Crisis. Aired 6-7p ET
• FDA Authorizes Third COVID-19 Vaccine For Emergency Use; George Takei On Rise Of Attacks Of Asian Americans; CPAC Becomes Base For Trump Reboot With His Speech Tomorrow; U.S. Intel: Saudi Crown Prince Approved Operation That Killed Jamal Khashoggi; New Government Study Targets COVID Long-Haul Symptoms; NYT Reports Governor Cuomo Accused Of Sexual Harassment By A Second Former Aide. Aired 7-8p ET
• FDA Authorizes Third COVID-19 Vaccine For Emergency Use; CPAC Becomes Base For Trump Reboot With His Speech Tomorrow; "New York Times:" Gov. Andrew Cuomo (D-NY) Accused Of Sexual Harassment By A Second Former Aide; Attack Against Asian-Americans On The Rise Due To Pandemic; CNN Goes Inside The Dangerous QAnon Movement; Sources: FBI Identifies Suspect In Death Of Capitol Police Officer Brian Sicknick. Aired 8-9p ET


February 26, 2021
• U.S Carries Out Airstrikes in Syria; Coronavirus Pandemic; Mass Vaccinations Underway in Hong Kong; India Aims to Vaccinate 300 Million People by August; Concerns Over India Vaccine Study; Accusations of Ethics Violations in India Vaccine Trials; Asia Markets Take Sharp Drop; U.S. Futures Down After Rough Day Thursday. Aired 2- 3aET
• U.S. Strikes Iranian Militias; Johnson & Johnson Waiting for FDA Approval; Hong Kong Starts its Vaccination Program; E.U. Ramping Its Vaccine Rollout; People Desperate to Get COVID Vaccine; U.S. Airstrike Hit Iranian-Backed Militia In Syria; House Lawmakers Press For Answers About Response To Attack; Alexei Navalny Moved From Detention Center; Vaccines Versus new COVID-19 Variants; Russian Diplomat Ride Rail Handcar To Return From North Korea; Accusations Of Ethics Violations In India Vaccine Trials; Update On Tiger Woods Health; U.S. Market Movements. Aired 3-4a ET
• U.S. Airstrikes Hit Iranian-Backed Militia in Syria; Hong Kong Kicks Off Mass Rollout of COVID Vaccine; New York City Variant Shows Vaccine-Evading Mutations; Russian Diplomats Push Their Way Home from North Korea; Accusations of Ethics Violations in India Vaccine Trials; House Lawmakers Press for Answers about Response to Attack; Lawyers: Alexei Navalny Moved from Detention Center. Aired 12-12:45a ET
• U.S. Air Strikes Target Iranian-Backed Militia In Syria; Russian Diplomat And Family Flee North Korea Crossing Border On A Rail Cart; New York Variant A Growing Concern To Epidemiologists; Yesterday's U.S. Air Strike In Syria: Its Scale And Purpose; Hong Kong's Mass Sinovac Inoculation Drive; Interview with Leader of Far Right "Proud Boys" Group; House Passes Equality Act to Boost LGBTQ Protections; Dow Sinks Nearly 560 Points as Bond Yields Keep Rising; Tiger Woods and Ben Hogan Linked by Off-Course Disasters. Aired 1-2a ET
• U.S. Airstrikes Hit Iranian-Backed Militia in Syria; House to Vote on Democrats' Huge Relief Bill Today; House Lawmakers Press for Answers About Response to Attack on Capitol; Concerning Virus Variants Spreading Around U.S. Aired 4-4:30a ET
• Minimum Wage Increase to be Taken Out of COVID Bill; Interview with Leader of Far-Right "Proud Boys" Group; Proud Boys Leader is Close to Trump Confidant Roger Stone; Dow Sinks 559 Points as Bond Yields Keep Rising; Prince Harry: Toxic Media was Destroying My Mental Health. Aired 4:30-5a ET
• President Joe Biden And First Lady Heading To Texas Following The Devastating Winter Storm; Johnson & Johnson Shots Should Be In Americans' Arms As Early As Next Week; A COVID Variant, B117, Is Spreading Widly Through The United States; Joe Biden Carried Out The First Known U.S. Military Action Of His Presidency Last Night. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• Today, House Votes on Biden $1.9 Trillion Pandemic Relief Bill; FDA Panel Reviews Johnson & Johnson Vaccine for Emergency Use; 32 GOP Mayors Sign Letter Urging Congress to Pass Biden's Relief Bill. Aired 10-10:30a ET
• White House COVID Response Team Holds Briefing; Democrats Dealt Major Setback in Push for $15 Minimum Wage; CPAC Kicks Off This Weekend, Expected to Unite Around Trump. Aired 11:30a-12p ET
• FDA Panel Reviewing J&J One-Dose Vaccine for Emergency Use; Today: House Votes on Biden's $1.9 Trillion COVID Relief Bill; White House COVID Response Team Holds Briefing. Aired 11-11:30a ET
• Interview with Council on Foreign Relations Adjunct Senior Fellow Gayle Tzemach Lemmon; Interview with Former HUD Secretary Julian Castro; GOP State Legislatures Introduce 253 Bills to Restrict Voting in 43 States. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• Report on Khashoggi's Murder; Warning from Capitol Police Chief; Two Schools with Different Plans for Students; Pregnant Teacher Talks about Getting Vaccine; CPAC Kicks Off Today. Aired 9:30-10a ET.
• House to Vote on COVID Relief Bill Tonight; Interview with Sen. Robert Menendez (D-NJ); Johnson & Johnson Vaccine is Under Consideration as CDC Director Warns Cases Are Rising. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• Some Republicans Cite Pandemic for Skipping COVID Relief Vote but Are Traveling to CPAC Alongside Trump; McConnell Vows to Support Trump if Nominated in 2014 for President After Blaming Him for The Capitol Insurrection; U.S. Sanctions Saudi Force, Former Intel Officer Over Murder of Jamal Khashoggi; Prince Harry Says British Press Was Destroying His Mental Health. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• Police: Groups Involved in Insurrection Want to "Blow Up Capitol"; Retired NYPD Cop Charged with Beating Office with Metal Pole; U.S. Airstrike in Syria Targeted Iranian-Backed Militant Site; Conservative Conference Set to Indulge Lies about 2020 Election. Aired 1:30-2p ET
• Biden Arrives in Houston to Tour Damage from Winter Storm; Federal Judge Rules Eviction Moratorium Is Unconstitutional; House Passes Equality Act as Sen. Slams Transgender Nominee; Rep. Greene Faces Criticism for Posting Sign about Transgenders; Families of Those Who Died During Texas Storm Sue Energy Companies. Aired 2:30-3p ET
• Biden Visits Devastated Texas after Deadly Deep Freeze; FDA Board Votes on Whether to Authorize First Single-Dose Vaccine; U.S. Intel Report Finds Saudi Crown Prince Responsible for Approving Khashoggi Operation. Aired 1-1:30p ET
• Biden Visits Texas to Survey Damage; FDA Set to Vote on Johnson & Johnson Vaccine; House Set to Pass COVID Relief Bill. Aired 3-3:30p ET


February 25, 2021
• U.S. FDA OKs Johnson & Johnson Vaccine; Moderna Designs New Vaccine Version To Fight Variant; Tiger Woods Has No Recollection Of Accident; Intel Report On Jamal Khashoggi's Killing Coming Soon; Australian Law Forces Google And Facebook To Pay For News; Trump Family, Associates Under Investigation; Close Ally Of Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene Took Part In Capitol Riot; Pentagon Report Reveals Details About White Supremacists In Military. Aired 12-12:45a ET
• Third Vaccine Coming to U.S.; Healthcare Workers Breathe a Sigh of Relief; CEO's Under Pressure from E.U. Leaders; Tiger Woods Accident Still Under Investigation; Tiger Woods Lucky to Survive; Jamal Khashoggi's Murder Linking to Saudi Crown Prince; Capitol Security Officials To Testify On Intel Failures; Oath Keeper Now Says He Didn't Meet With Secret Service; Supply Shortages Of Chips; U.S. Jobless Claims Expectations; Texas Doctors Fear Winter Storm Will Lead To New Spikes; Supporters Of Myanmar Military Coup Take To The Streets; Facebook-Australia Showdown Over; Olympic Torch Relay One Month Away; Ping-Pong Prodigy To Help President Biden's Mission. Aired 3-4a ET
• FDA Analysis: Johnson & Johnson Vaccine Safe and Effective; Moderna Designs New Vaccine to Fight Variant; Key Votes Postpone in Neera Tanden Cabinet Nomination; U.S. Weekly Jobless Claims Expected to Remain High; U.S. House Committee Hearing on Insurrection Hours Away; Wood Awake and Recovering as Well-Wishes Pour In; Documents Appear to Tie Crown Prince to Jets Used by Killers. Aired 4-4:30a ET
• U.S. FDA OKs Johnson & Johnson Vaccine; Moderna Designs New Vaccine Version to Fight Variant; Oath Keepers Leader: I Was Answering Trump's Call; Intel Report on Jamal Khashoggi's Killing Coming Soon; Tiger Woods Has No Recollection of Accident; Millions of Women Forced to Leave Jobs by Economy, COVID-19; CIA's New Task Force to Probe Invisible Attacks on Spies. Aired 2-2:45a ET
• Oath Keepers Leader: I was Answering Trump's Call; Report Reveals Details About White Supremacists in Military; Texas Doctors Fear Winter Storm Will Lead to new Spikes in COVID-19; Texas Homeowners Struggle to Repair Damage from Broken Pipes; Reopening Schools Amid Pandemic is Global Challenge; Mars Rover Captures Red Planet in High Definition. Aired 4:30-5a ET
• J&J Vaccine Set For Emergency Use Authorization And Roll Out; Three Quarters Of All Vaccine Doses Are Being Held By Ten Wealthiest Countries; Safety Review Ordered Of Road At Tiger Woods' Accident Scene; Capitol Rioter To Give "Alternative Reality" Defense In Court; Private Jets Used By Khashoggi's Hit Team Owned By Saudi Crown Prince; Australian Law Forces Facebook and Google to Pay for News; Biden Orders Review of Supply Chain for Critical Items; U.S. Weekly Jobless Claims Expected to Remain High; Trump Family, Associates under Investigation; Beavers as "Ecosystem Engineers"; Viral Creators Let Viewers Control Gun-Wielding Robot Dog. Aired 1-2a ET
• House Holds Hearing on Deadly Insurrection at U.S. Capitol; President Biden on Brink of His First Cabinet Defeat; Researchers Say, New Coronavirus Variant Spreading in New York City. Aired 10-10:30a ET
• California Lagging Behind Other States to Reopen Schools; 730,000 Americans Filed for First-Time Jobless Benefits Last Week; South Dakota Attorney General Urged to Resign Over New Evidence in Fatal Crash. Aired 11:30a-12p ET
• House Holds Hearing on Deadly Insurrection at U.S. Capitol; Democrats Struggle to Unite on Relief Bill and Cabinet Nominees; California Lagging Behind Other States to Reopen Schools. Aired 11- 11:30a ET
• President Biden on Brink of First Cabinet Defeat; House Planning to Vote Friday on $1.9 Trillion COVID Relief Bill; Senator Ron Johnson Airs Conspiracy Theory About Fake Trump Supporters in Capitol Riot Hearing; Researchers Find New Coronavirus Variant Spreading in New York City; House Continues Hearing on Deadly Insurrection at U.S. Capitol. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• Coronavirus Cases on the Decline as New Variants Spread in U.S.; Riot Suspect Called His Ex a Moron, She Reported Him; CNN Reports, Trump Plots 2024 Run and Revenge Ahead of CPAC Speech. Aired 1-1:30p ET
• Live Coverage of House Hearing on January 6th Capitol Insurrection; Opening statement from Acting House Sergeant at Arms Timothy Blodgett; Questioning by Rep. Tim Ryan (D-OH), Rep. Jaime Herrera Beutler (R-WA), Rep. Rosa DeLauro (D-CT). Aired 10:30-11a ET
• COVID Variants; President Biden Marks 50 Million Vaccine Doses Administered. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• Manhattan DA Obtains Trump's Tax Returns; Trump Plotting 2024 Run; South Dakota AG Pressured to Resign; CIA Probes Mysterious Attacks on Agents. Aired 9:30-10a ET
• Republicans Risk Backlash as They Unite Against COVID Relief; Agnes Callamard, Special Rapporteur, U.N. Human Rights Council, Discusses Delay in National Intelligence Report on Khashoggi Murder, New Evidence Pointing to Crown Prince; Asian-American Attacks & Insults Rise Sharply During Pandemic. Aired 1:30-2p ET
• New COVID-19 Variant Found in New York City; Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene (R-GA) Friend Stormed Capitol; Interview with Georgia-14 Congressional Candidate Holly McCormack (D). Aired 2-2:30p ET
• Biden Marking 50 Million COVID Shots Under His Administration; Biden Says, For God's Sake Wear A Mask; Sources Say Trump Is Plotting 2024 Run; Interview with Rep. Jimmy Gomez (D-CA), House Voting on COVID Relief Bill Tomorrow; Lady Gaga's Dog Walker Shot, French Bulldog Stolen. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• Holly McCormack (D) Discusses Launching Challenge to Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene; New Evidence In Fatal Crash Sparks Calls For South Dakota Attorney General To Resign; Trump Plots 2024 Run and Revenge Ahead of CPAC Speech; Confirmation of Biden's Budget Director Nominee on Brink of Failure; Pelosi Backs Away from Democratic-Leaning Split on January 6 Commission; Sheriff in Texas Announces Criminal Investigation into Storm Deaths; COVID Cases Collide with Texas Power Crisis. Aired 2:30-3p ET


February 24, 2021