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• Did Not Air 12-1a ET
• Did Not Air 3-4p ET
• Donald Trump And Joe Biden Face Tough Questions in Dueling Town Halls; Record Numbers of Early Voters Casting Ballots; Trump May Be Losing Support Among Older Voters; Rudy Giuliani's Daughter Supporting Biden; Protests Continue in Thailand Amid Government Crackdown; Tennis players Accused of Fleeing Russia After Diagnosis; Golfer Shining Light on Social Justice Fight; Trump and Biden Appear on Dueling Town Halls After Mixed Debate; Republican Senator Blasts President Trump; Biden Campaign Halts Kamala Harris's Travel After Staffers Test Positive for COVID; The United States is Struggling to Curb COVID-19; WHO: About 80 Percent of European Nations are Seeing COVID Cases Rise; A New Necklace Reminds Wearers to Social Distance; Tokyo Theme Park Opens Its Doors to Remote Workers. Aired 2-3a ET
• From Face-to-Face Debate to Town Halls; President Trump Always Ready with Excuses; Virus Infections Spike Due to Complacency; England Facing New Restrictions; In-Person Schooling Not Safe for Children and Families; World Health Organization Officials Grapple With COVID-19 Surge; Dueling Presidential Town Halls; Chalian, Trump Did Not Win Over New Voters At Town Hall; Giuliani Targeted By Russian Intelligence; Italy, France Take Action As COVID-19 Cases Surge; Comparing And Contrasting Dueling Town Halls. Aired 3-4a ET
• Biden, Trump Respond to Questions about the Economy; Manchester Mayor Blasts U.K. Government Plans for Tier 3 Lockdown; Kenya Stars Struggling Through Pandemic; World Food Programme: 265M Facing Acute Food Shortages; Biden And Trump Town Halls Mirror U.S. Divide; Town Halls Won't Change Minds; Trump Rallies As COVID Numbers Rise. Aired 1-2a ET
• Pfizer Expects to Apply for Emergency Use Authorization in U.S. for Its COVID-19 Vaccine as Early as Next Month; Trump, Biden Make Case to Voters at Dueling Town Halls; GOP Senator Slams Trump, Warns of Republican Blood Bath. Aired 10-10:30a ET
• Trump to Campaign in Wisconsin; Misconceptions about Covid-19; Stimulus Standstill; Ballot Ruling in North Carolina; Texas Judge Strikes down Drop Box Limits. Aired 9:30-10a
• COVID-19 Case Counts Continue to Rise; Millions in U.S. Entered Poverty in Last Three Months; QAnon Numbers Rose During Lockdown. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• GOP Sen Attacks Trump As "TV Obsessed" & "Narcissistic"; CNN: U.S. Officials Investigating Whether E-Mails Are Tied To A Russian Misinformation Campaign Against The Bidens. Aired 12:30-1p ET
• Pfizer Expects Major Development on Its Vaccine Early Next Month; Trump, Biden Make Case to Voters at Dueling Town Halls; President Trump Debunks Claims of Knowing QAnon; CNN: More Than 17 Million Americans have Already Voted; Biden Promises Answer on Court Packing By Election Day. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• Vindman's Wife Speaks Out for First Time Since Impeachment Trial; "Sailing" Singer Christopher Cross Says COVID Paralyzed Him; U.S. Surpasses 8 Million Cases of Coronavirus; Trump Address Seniors with Just 18 Days to Go Until Election. Aired 1:30-2p ET
• Stark Contrast Between Biden and Trump Town Halls; Trump Evades Straight Answers in Combative Town Hall; Biden Goes Heavy on Policy at Town Hall in Philadelphia; Trump on QAnon: "I Know Nothing About It"; Biden Promises Clarity Before Election Day on Court Packing; U.S. Reports Nearly 60,000 New COVID-19 Cases; Washington Deadlocked on New Virus Relief Measures. Aired 4-4:30a ET
• Early Voting Begins in Washington State; Pfizer Plans to Apply for COVID-19 Vaccine Emergency Use Authorization Next Month; Coronavirus Becomes a Big Ad Theme in 2020 Race. Aired 11:30-12p ET
• Live Coverage of Trump Campaign Event; Trump Continues to Spread COVID-19 Confusion; Interview with Former FBI Chief Peter Strzok. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• Woman Nodding Behind Trump Ran Pro-Trump Campaign in 2018; Interview with Phillip Halpern, Who Quit DOJ Due to Barr Being "Lap Dog" to Trump; Christie: "I Was Wrong" Not to Wear Mask at White House; NY College President Resigns after Hundreds of COVID-19 Cases. Aired 2:30-3p ET
• W.H.O.: Infections Up in Roughly 80 Percent of European Countries; London, other Areas Moving to High Alert on Saturday; Italy and France Take Actions as COVID Cases Surge; Trump Misinterprets Data on Mask Wearing at Town Hall; NBC Network Under Fire for Booking Trump Town Hall; Comparing and Contrasting Dueling Town Halls; Some Seniors Who Backed Trump in 2016 Now Prefer Biden. Aired 4:30-5a ET
• Coronavirus Rising In 32 States Versus Last Week; Dr. Anthony Fauci: If Your Aren't Wearing Masks, Distancing, "You're Becoming Part Of The Problem"; President Donald Trump Spreads Misinformation At Last Night's Town Hall; Joe Biden Performs Clear Position On "Court Packing" By Election Day; New Mexico Governor Tells Residents To "Stay Home". Aired 12-12:30p ET
• Infections, Hospitalizations Rise Across Nation, the Virus is Winning; Biden's Town Hall Beats Trump's in T.V. Ratings; Vindman's Wife Speaks Out for First Time Since Impeachment Trial. Aired 1-1:30p ET
• Biden Campaigns in Michigan and Trump in Florida, Georgia; Town Halls Reveal Sharp Differences Over Coronavirus; At Least Seven States Report Record High Number of Hospitalizations. Aired 11-11:30a ET


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