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CNN NEWSROOM
• U.S. Senate Vote on Kavanaugh; Interpol President's Disappearance; Nobel Peace Prize Champions Survivors of Sexual Violence; Russian Espionage; Indonesia Disasters; Boko Haram Threatens to Kill Schoolgirl; "A Star Is Born" Wins Critics. Aired 4-5a ET
• Senate Prepares to Vote to Confirm Brett Kavanaugh to Supreme Court; Melania Trump Visits Egypt; Chicago Police Officer Found Guilty of Second-Degree Murder for Shooting Teen; Protestors Gather in Washington to Oppose Kavanaugh Confirmation to Supreme Court; Painting at Auction Self-Destructs after Sale Finalized. Aired 10-11a ET
• U.S. Senate Vote on Kavanaugh; Interpol President's Disappearance; Nobel Peace Prize Champions Survivors of Sexual Violence; Indonesia Disasters; Boko Haram Threatens to Kill Schoolgirl, Sponsors Respond to Ronaldo Rape Allegation; Russian Espionage. Aired 5-6a ET
• Senate Prepares to Vote to Confirm Brett Kavanaugh to Supreme Court; Protestors Gather in Washington to Oppose Kavanaugh Confirmation to Supreme Court; Senator Chuck Grassley Makes Controversial Statement about Lack of Republican Women on Judiciary Committee; Elena Kagan and Sonia Sotomayor Discuss Partisanship on Supreme Court; Susan Collins and Joe Manchin Criticized for Supporting Brett Kavanaugh's Nomination to Supreme Court; Melania Trump Visits Egypt. Aired 2-3p ET
• Brett Kavanaugh Confirmation Vote Just Hours Away; Democrats: Should Have Focused on Ford & Ramirez; Trump Places 2 Justices on Supreme Court in Less than 2 Years; Grassley Talks Kavanaugh, Protests, FBI Investigation; Kavanaugh Protesters Arrested on Steps of Capitol; Sister-in-Law: Senate Testimony & Trump's Comments Caused Ford More Pain; Ford Attorneys Blast Senators for "False Claims" About FBI Investigation; Protesters Arrested at Capitol After Collins' Reveals She Vote Yes on Kavanaugh; Melania Trump Talks on Africa Trip & Husband. Aired 1-2p ET
• Hours Away from Final Vote for New Supreme Court Justice; Protests in Washington Ahead of Senate Vote on Kavanaugh; First Lady Closes Out Solo Trip with Visit to Egypt; Protests Heat up Ahead of Final Vote Set for Today; Officer Found Guilty of Second-Degree Murder of Black Teen; Interpol Chief Vanishes during Trip to China. Aired 11a-12p ET
• Judge Brett Kavanaugh Has Been Confirmed As An Associate Supreme Court Justice; Aired 4-5p ET
• Kavanaugh to be Confirmed After Susan Collins & Joe Manchin Say Yes; Interview with Sen. Susan Collins; Protesters Arrested Outside Capitol Building & Supreme Court; Blumenthal Talks Kavanaugh Hearings & Confirmation Vote; Trump Spoke about Kavanaugh Confirmation Vote; Kagan & Sotomayor Speak Out about Supreme Court; Schumer Speaks Against Kavanaugh Confirmation on Senate Floor; McConnell Speaks for Kavanaugh Confirmation Ahead of Vote; Senate Votes to Confirm Kavanaugh to Supreme Court. Aired 3-4p ET
• Very Different Reactions In Many Major U.S. Cities, Reactions To Today's Historic Confirmation And Swearing In Of The Newest U.S. Supreme Court Justice; Brett Kavanaugh Sworn In As Supreme Court Justice; Cop Found Guilty Of 2nd-Degree Murder In 2014 Shooting Of Teen; Indonesia Disaster Toll Rises; First Lady "Glad" Kavanaugh & Ford Were Both Heard. Aired 8-9p ET
• U.S. Senate Vote on Kavanaugh; Interpol President's Disappearance; Indonesia Disasters; Boko Haram Threatens to Kill Schoolgirl; Russian Espionage. Aired 3-3:30a ET
• Kavanaugh Soon To Be Sworn In; Protests Outside SCOTUS as Kavanaugh Sworn In; Interview with Ana Maria Archila Who Confronted Sen. Flake. Aired 5-6p ET
• Chaotic and Angry Reaction Still Boiling on Streets of Washington DC Outside U.S. Supreme court; Brett Kavanaugh Now Formally a U.S. Supreme Court Justice; President Trump Speaks at Campaign Rally in Topeka, Kansas; President Trump Tweets About Size of Opposition Crowd at Supreme Court; Senator Susan Collins to Speak With Dana Bash on "State Of The Union"; Donald Trump Says Radical Democrats Have Turned Into an Angry Mob; White House Press Secretary Sarah Sanders Congratulates Justice Brett Kavanaugh. Aired 7-8p ET
• Hours Away From Final Vote on Kavanaugh; Officer Found Guilty in 2014 Murder of Black Teen; Protesters March, Chant Before Kavanaugh Vote; Dead Toll Rising After Earthquake and Tsunami. Aired 12n-1p ET


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