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CNN NEWSROOM
• Five Days Away Now From Another Potential Government Shutdown If Lawmakers Cannot Reach A Deal To Fund The U.S. Government; Senator Amy Klobuchar Is Expected To Announce Her Candidacy There From Minneapolis, Minnesota Right Along The Mississippi River; U.S. Senator Cory Booker Is In South Carolina; Senator Elizabeth Warren Is Crisscrossing The State In Here First Full Day Of Campaigning As A Declared Presidential Candidate; Jury Deliberations For The Trial For Joaquin "El Chapo" Guzman Head Into A Second Week Tomorrow; Teachers At Denver's Public Schools Are Set To Go On Strike. Aired 2-3p ET
• Sen. Amy Klobuchar Announces 2020 Bid For President; Doctor: President Trump in "Very Good Health". 3-4pm ET
• Government Funding Talks Stall Five Days Before Shutdown Deadline; Federal Employee Just Received Back Pay for Historic Shutdown; Senator Amy Klobuchar Announces 2020 Bid for President. Aired 4-5p ET
• Elizabeth Warren Enters Race for the White House; 2020 Candidates on the Campaign Trail; Border Security Ramps Up as Migrants Wait to Enter U.S.; U.S.-Backed Forces Assault Last ISIS Enclave in Syria; Venezuelan Leaders Urged to End Standoff over Humanitarian Aid; Duke of Edinburgh Voluntarily Surrenders Driving License; Brexit Turmoil; China's Aging Population; Skier Lindsey Vonn to Retire; World Marathon Challenge. Aired 4-5a ET
• Government Shutdown Looming Again; White House Failure on Khashoggi Update; Senator Amy Klobuchar Joins 2020 Presidential Race; Trump Kicks Off 2020 Rally in El Paso, Texas; Fifteen Years of Facebook; Gender Equality and Equal Pay in Surfing; Grammy Awards Turned Down by Top Hip Hop Performers. Aired 5-6 pm ET
• U.S.-Backed Forces Assault Last ISIS Enclave in Syria; Elizabeth Warren Enters Race for the White House; Venezuelan Leaders Urged to End Standoff over Humanitarian Aid; Male Tiger Kills Prospective Mate at First Meeting; Interview with Grey Stafford, Animal Trainer and Zoologist; Grammys and BAFTAs to Honor Best in Entertainment. Aired 3-3:30a ET
• Near Breakdown Of Border Security Talks As The Deadline For Lawmakers Not Just A Kind Of Deal But To Get It Passed In Both The House And The Senate Looms At The End Of This Week; Fast-Growing Field Of Democratic Candidates Running For President; Governor Ralph Northam Made His Case For Staying In Office After Both He And Attorney General Mark Herring Admitted To Wearing Blackface Decades Ago; Aired 6-7p ET
• Border Security Talks Hit Stalemate, Deal Uncertain; Trump to Make Border Trip Tomorrow as Shutdown Looms; Trump Defends Executive Time After Schedule Leaked; Long List of Politicians Refused to Resign Amid Controversy; Can Top Virginia Dems Stay in Office Despite Controversies? Aired 7-8p ET
• Government Funding Talks Stall Five Days Before Shutdown Deadline; Interview with Representative John Garamendi (D-CA), Senator Amy Klobuchar Announces 2020 Bid for President; Aired 8-9p ET
• Hearings, Investigations, Rallies and Rhetoric in the U.S.' Divided Government; 2020 Candidates on the Campaign Trail; Elizabeth Warren Enters Race for the White House; U.S.-Backed Forces Assault Last ISIS Enclave in Syria; U.S.-Backed Forces Assault Last ISIS Enclave in Syria; Venezuelan Leaders Urged to End Standoff over Humanitarian Aid; Virginians Split on Governor's Future; Male Tiger Kills Prospective Mate at First Meeting; Duke of Edinburgh Voluntarily Surrenders Driving License; Grammys and BAFTAs to Honor Best in Entertainment. Aired 5-6a ET


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