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


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