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ANDERSON COOPER 360 DEGREES


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• U.S. Troops Expected to be Sent to Middle East; Egypt's Mohamed Morsi Died While in Trial; Mexico Failed to Keep its Promise; Britain to Choose Its New Leader; U.S. Sending 1000 More Troops To Mideast; Morsi Buried Next To Other Muslim Brotherhood Figures; U.N. Food Aid In Yemen May Be Suspended This Week; Trump Rejects Polls Showing Him Lagging In Key States; Trump Berates Mulvaney For Coughing During Interview; Poll, Five Democratic Candidates Leading Trump; A Son Remembers Gloria Vanderbilt; Extreme Weather In Bihar; Nighttime Treat; Political Cat-astrophe. Aired 3-4a ET
• Trump Issues Vague Threat To Begin Deporting Millions Next Week; U.S. Sending 1,000 Additional Troops To Middle East And Iran Tensions; Kyle Kashuv Says Harvard Pulled His Admission Over Racist Remarks He Made Nearly Two Years Ago. Aired 10-10:30a ET
• Iran To Increase Low-Grade Uranium Enrichment; U.S. Sending 1,000 Additional Troops To Middle East; Former Egyptian President Mohamed Morsi Dies At 67 Netanyahu Unveils Plans for "Trump Heights" Settlement; Israeli Prime Minister Names Golan Heights Settlement After Trump. Aired 1-2a ET
• U.S. To Send 1,000 More Troops To Middle East Amid Iran Tensions; At Least 12 Dead, 134 Hurt In China Earthquake; Four Injured In Shooting During Toronto Raptors' NBA Celebration; Netanyahu Unveils Plans For "Trump Heights" Settlement; Swift More Politically Vocal Over Past Year. Aired 2-3a ET
• Prosecutors in the Dominican Republic Identify Man Accused of Paying for Attempted Hit on Ortiz; U.S. Sending 1,000 Additional Troops to Middle East Amid Iran Tensions; Pompeo Heads to Command Center to Oversee Middle East Operations. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• Man Identified in Ortiz Hit; Gunman Killed Outside Dallas Courthouse; DOJ Spares Manafort a Transfer; Facebook Announces Digital Currency. Aired 9:30-10a ET
• Homelessness Rate Up 16 Percent in Los Angeles; Elizabeth Warren Overtaking Bernie Sanders in Polls; Jon Stewart Advocating on Capitol Hill for Extension of 9/11 Victim Compensation Fund. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• Trump Threatens to Start Deporting Millions; Patrick Shanahan Withdraws as Defense Secretary Nominee; President Trump Kicks Off 2020 Reelection Campaign. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• Acting Defense Secretary Patrick Shanahan Is Out; Donald Trump Officially Kicks Off His 2020 Campaign; Katharine Gorka Named The New Press Secretary For Customs And Border Protection. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• DHS' Katharine Gorka Expected To Be Named Spokeswoman For Customs And Border Protection; FBI Looking Into Gunman's Military, Social Media History; Harvard Rescinds Admission Of Parkland Shooting Survivor Over Past Racial Slurs; Hope Hicks To Face Questions over Hush Money Scandal, Obstruction Allegations In Mueller Report; New Poll Shows Trump In Tough Fight In Florida. Aired 2:30-3p ET
• Mexican Troop Deployment Falling Short of Promise; Couple Demands Officers Be Fired Over Incident; Vatican Considers Allowing Married Men to Become Priests; Iran to Cut Back on Nuclear Commitments; Egypt's Mohamed Morsi Dies during Trial; Polls: Trump Lagging, Five Democratic Candidates Leading. Aired 12-1a ET
• Pompeo: President Trump Does Not Want War With Iran; Barr's DOJ Intervenes To Keep Manafort From Going To Rikers; Amazon Condemns Congresswoman For "Starvation Wages" Comment; Alex Jones Hit With Sanctions By Judge In Sandy Hook Lawsuit. Aired 3:30-4p ET


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