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• President Trump Now Reaps What He Sow; Rep. Lou Correa (D-CA) Was Interviewed About the Horror He and Others Experience During the Capitol Attack, and Also His View on Impeachment; The Rise and Fall of Trump; War-type Scenario to Welcome the Biden Administration; Reconnaissance Tours at the Capitol Being Look At; World Leaders Count on Joe Biden's Leadership; Trump Impeached for Incitement of Insurrection; Ten Republicans Voted to Impeach Donald Trump Over Deadly Capitol Riot; Snapchat Permanently Bans President Trump; New York Moves to End Contracts with Trump Organization; Virus Killing Americans More Quickly than Ever; U.K. Weighs Moving Some COVID-19 Patients to Hotels; U.K. Doctors, Nurses Traumatized by Pandemic Work; Lebanon Tightens Lockdown as Cases Surge; Local Hero Features Kaori Matsumoto. Aired 3-4a ET
• LIVE CNN Prime Time: Coverage With Chris Cuomo; Ten House Republicans Vote Yay Vote For Trump Impeachment 2.0; The Pros And Cons Of The Timing Of Trump's Impeachment Trial; The Way Forward (Or Back) With Trump's Exit; Whiteness: The New Color In Domestic Terrorism; 20,000 Troops Expected in D.C. for Biden's Inauguration; Philip Bump on "Retrumplicans" and Calls for Unity; U.S. Vaccine Rollout Lags as COVID-19 Cases Climb Above 23M. Aired 1-2a ET
• Trump First U.S. President in History to Be Impeached Twice; Ten Republicans Join Dems in Vote to Impeach Trump; Interview with Rep. Steve Cohen Lends Perspective to Trump's Behavior; Law Enforcement Fears Rioters Feel Emboldened; Donald Trump is Impeached for Second Time. Aired 12-1a ET
• Feds Warn Extremists are Emboldened to Carry Out More Attacks after Capitol Siege; Evidence Uncovered So Far Suggests U.S. Capitol was Planned; Senate Impeachment Trial to Begin after Biden Inauguration. Aired 10-10:30a ET
• Preparing for More Violence in D.C.; Rep. Vicente Gonzalez (D- TX) is Interviewed about Potential Violence in D.C.; Biden Urges Senate to Multitask. Aired 9:30-10a ET
• Trump First U.S. President in History to Be Impeached Twice; Ten Republicans Join Dems in Vote to Impeach Trump; WHO Investigators in Wuhan to Study Virus Origins; Investigators Pursuing Signs Capitol Riot Was Planned; Snapchat Permanently Bans Trump; Turkey Begins Rollout of China's Sinovac Vaccine; Poisoned Putin Critic Alexei Navalny Plans Return to Russia; Uganda Presidential Vote Underway after Violent Run-up. Aired 2-3a ET
• Support for President Trump Remains High; Melania Trump Has Not Communicated with Jill Biden; Interview with Former CISA Director Chris Krebs. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• Man with "Camp Auschwitz" Shirt at Capitol Riot Arrested; Trump Doesn't Want to Pay Giuliani, Which Fits a Pattern; Trump's Business Brand Falters in Wake of Deadly Siege at Capitol. Aired 1:30-2p ET
• Trump Could Issue Pardons to Distract from Impeachment; Feds Warn of Emboldened Extremists; Armed Protest Planned at Michigan State Capitol Building Sunday; Interview with Minnesota Attorney General Keith Ellison about Threats of Extremist Groups; McConnell Rejects Speedy Trial As He Remains Undecided on Convicting Trump; House Impeachment Managers Map Out Prosecution Against Trump; Senate Impeachment Trial to Begin After Biden Inauguration. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• Soon: Pence Attends Briefing on Inauguration Security; 20,000 National Guard Troops Expected in D.C. for Biden Inauguration; Feds Warn Extremists Emboldened After Last Week's Capitol Siege; Source: Trump Isolated, Wallowing in Self-Pity in White House. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• 20,000 National Guard Troops Expected in D.C. for Inauguration; Official Says No National Mall Access on Inauguration Day; Pelosi Announces Stiff Fines for Members Not Following Security Rules on The Hill; Biden to Lay Out Specific Proposals for COVID Rescue Package. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• McConnell Remains Undecided On Convicting Trump In Senate Trial; Unemployment Claims Soar As States Try To Contain COVID-19 Surge; Liz Cheney On Calls For Her To Resign: "I'm Not Going Anywhere". Aired 12:30-1p ET
• Official Says, No National Mall Access on Inauguration Day; Biden Seeks to Keep Focus on COVID, Economy amid Impeachment; U.S. Adds Nearly 40,000 New Deaths, 3 Million-Plus Cases in January. Aired 11:30a-12p ET
• Washington, D.C. Security Increases for Inauguration; President Trump Refusing Rudy Giuliani's Legal Fees; Comparing Trump and Nixon's Final Days in Office. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• Trump: "There Must Be No Violence, No Lawbreaking"; Mitch McConnell Leaves Voting For Trump's Conviction On The Table; Biden Urges Senate To Work On His Agenda In Tandem With Impeachment; U.S. Intelligence: Capitol Siege Will Likely Motivate Follow-Up Attacks; State Capitols On Alert For Inauguration Week Violence. Aired 12- 12:30p ET
• Official Says, No National Mall Access on Inauguration Day; Source Says, Allies Advised Trump He Needed to Forcefully Condemn All Violence or He Will Own It; America on High Alert as Threat of Armed Protests Grows. Aired 1-1:30p ET
• Key GOP Senators to Watch as Impeachment Trial Looms; Biden, McConnell Talk More Than People Know; GOP's Growing Threat: If You Impeach, They Will Come; CDC: 90,000 Americans Could Die in Next 3 Weeks Amid Sluggish Vaccine Rollout; Ex-Capitol Hill Staffers: Make COVID Testing Mandatory. Aired 2:30-3p ET
• 20,000 National Guard Troops Expected in D.C. for Biden Swearing-in; Officials: Violent Extremists are Biggest Threat to Inauguration; Lawmakers Call for Probe into Suspected "Reconnaissance" Tours. Aired 11-11:30a ET










• Trump Impeached for Inciting Insurrection, 10 Republicans Voted with Democrats; Preparations Underway for Senate Trial After Historic Trump Impeachment; Sources: Trump Could Issue Pardons Today to Distract from Impeachment. Aired 5-5:30a ET
• U.S. Capitol Attack Was Planned; Online Chatter Suggested Capitol Attack; Biden's Plan to Accelerate Vaccines. Aired 6:30-7a ET
• Preparations Underway for Senate Trial after Historic Trump Impeachment; Trump Urges No More Violence, Doesn't Mention Impeachment or Biden; Source: Trump Tells Staff Not to Pay Giuliani; More Pardons from Trump Expected Today. Aired 6-6:30a ET
• Evidence Uncovered So Far Suggests U.S. Capitol Attack Was Planned; CDC Forecasts Another 92,000 U.S. Deaths In Next Three Weeks; Security Ramped Up At State Capitols Across The U.S. Aired 5:30-6a ET
• Preparations Underway for Senate Trial after Historic Trump Impeachment; Questions Swirl Around Possible Insider Help for Capitol Attack; Trump Impeached for Inciting Insurrection, Ten Republicans Voted with Democrats. Aired 7-7:30a ET
• Rep. Diana DeGette (D-CO) is Interviewed about Impeachment; Feds Warn of More Violence after Capitol Siege; Disastrous End to Trump Presidency. Aired 8:30-9a ET
• President Trump Releases Video Condemning Violence; President Trump Attempting to Put Together Legal Team for Impeachment Trial; National Guard Provides Large Security Force in Washington D.C. Ahead of Inauguration Day for President-Elect Joe Biden; Senate Impeachment Trial to Begin After Biden Inauguration. Aired 8-8:30a ET
• Lawmakers Vote to Impeach Trump for a Second Time; Feds Warn Extremists Emboldened to Carry Out More Attacks After Capitol Siege; Evidence Uncovered So Far Suggests U.S. Capitol Attack was Planned. Aired 7:30-8a ET