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• Investigation Shows Shocking Video Depicts Executions by Ethiopian Soldiers; At Least 36 Killed in Taiwan Train Derailment; Millions of Europeans Bracing for Somber Easter Weekend; Brazil Records Deadliest Month as COVID-19 Crisis Deepens; Ex-Officer Chauvin Defends Force in Call for Supervisor; Website Shares Anonymous Testimonials about U.K. Child Sexual Abuse; Inside BioNTech's New Vaccine Production Factory; Uruguay Closes Stores Along Border with Brazil; Amazon Rainforest Now Emits More Greenhouse Gases Than It Absorbs; Pfizer Says Studies Confirm Vaccine Protection will Last at Least 6 Months; Florida GOP Advance Anti-Rioting Bill. Aired 12-12:45a ET
• Taiwan Train Derails In Tunnel; Ethiopian Soldiers Appear To Have Carried Out Executions In Tigray; Airstrikes Continue In Myanmar's Northern State; Easter In Europe: Lockdowns , Curfews And Closures; Uruguay In Measures To Stop Virus Transfer From Brazil At Its Borders; At Least 36 Killed in Taiwan Train Derailment; Prosecutors to Resume Case against Ex-Officer Chauvin; H&M, Nike, Other Brands Face Boycott in China; Ontario Shuts Down for at Least a Month over Variants; Inside BioNTech's New Vaccine Production Factory; Study Amazon Rainforest Now Emits More Greenhouse Gases than it Absorbs. Aired 1-2a ET
• Europeans Facing Their Second Easter Under Lockdowns; UK Considering Vaccine "Passports" To Allow Travel; Chauvin's Supervisor: Use Of Force Should Have Ended Sooner; U.S. "Concerned" With Russian Actions In Eastern Ukraine; H&M, Nike, Other Brands Face Boycott In China; NASA's Mars Helicopter To Fly April 11 At The Earliest. Aired 3-4a ET
• 36 Known Dead In Taiwan Train Derailment, Dozens Still Trapped; Ethiopian Soldiers Appear To Have Carried Out Executions In Tigray; ISIS Terror Attack In Mozambique Organized And Targeted; Brazil's Cities Warn They'll Run Out Of Oxygen Next Week; Easter At The Vatican And Across Europe: Subdued Celebration Amid Lockdowns, Closures And Restrictions; Curfews And Closures; Uruguay In Measures To Stop Virus Transfer From Brazil At Its Borders; At Least 36 Killed In Taiwan Train Derailment; Ex-Officer Chauvin Defends Force In Call To Supervisor; Telecom Companies Ordered To Shut Down Wireless Internet; OPEC To Boost Production After U.S. Calls Saudi Arabia; H&M, Nike, Other Brands Face Boycott In China; Officials Charge Capitol Rioter Who Allegedly Tased And Assaulted Officer Mike Fanone With A Flagpole. Aired 2-2:45a ET
• At Least 41 Killed in Taiwan Train Derailment; Witnesses, New Videos Detail Final Moments of Floyd's Life; Pfizer Says Its Vaccine Still Effective After Six Months; Inside BioNTech's New Vaccine Production Factory; Biden Holds First In-Person Cabinet Meeting of Presidency. Aired 4-4:30a ET
• At Least 48 Killed in Taiwan Train Derailment; U.S. State Legislatures Consider Sweeping New Election Laws; Black Lawmaker Speaks Out About Arrest at Georgia Capitol; Report Slams U.S. Capitol Police Failures Ahead of Riot; Ontario Shut Down for at Least a Month Over Variants; Millions of Europeans Bracing for Somber Easter Weekend; North Dakota Governor Declares Statewide Wildfire Emergency. Aired 4:30-5a ET
• Soon, Trial Resumes for Ex-Cop Charged in George Floyd's Death; Soon, CDC Set to Release Travel Guidelines for Fully Vaccinated People; Prosecution Questions Minneapolis Police Sergeant. Aired 10- 10:30a ET
• Biden Speaks as Pandemic Recovery Escalates, U.S. Adds 916,000 Jobs; Testimony Resumes in Derek Chauvin Murder Trial; Prosecution Questions Minneapolis Police Lieutenant. Aired 11:30a-12p ET
• Prosecution Questions Minneapolis Police Sergeant & Lieutenant; Biden Speaks on State of the Economy, March Jobs Report. Aired 11- 11:30a ET
• Fed. Investigation of Rep. Matt Gaetz; U.S. Sees a Rise in Hate Crimes; Cecilia Rouse is Interviewed about the March Jobs Numbers. Aired 9:30-10a ET
• Homicide Detective Says, Chauvin's Use of Force Totally Unnecessary; CDC Says, Travel Risk is Low if You are Fully Vaccinated; Capitol on Lockdown Due to External Security Threat. Aired 1-1:30p ET
• Armed Suspect Killed After Ramming Capitol Barricades; Interview With Rep. Ro Khanna (D-CA). Aired 2-2:30p ET
• U.S. Adds 916,000 Jobs in March; Trial Resumes for Ex-Cop Charged in George Floyd's Death; Experts Urge Americans to Take Precautions Until Fully Vaccinated; More Federal Investigations into Republican Congressman Matt Gaetz. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• Live Coverage of Derek Chauvin Trial; Minneapolis Night Shift Police Sergeant Jon Edwards Questioned by Defense; Edwards Outlines Minneapolis Police Initial Investigation of Crime Scene. Aired 10:30- 11a ET
• Deadly Capitol Attack. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• Capitol on Lockdown Due to External Security Threat; Capitol Police: Someone Rammed a Vehicle into 2 Capitol Hill Officers. Aired 1:30-2p ET
• One officer killed, one wounded, attacker dead at Capitol; Interview with Rep. Adriano Espaillat (D-NY) on Capitol Hill attack today. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• U.S. Capitol on Lockdown after Car Rammed into Officers; Source: One of the Capitol Police Officers Was Stabbed; Officials Give Briefing on Car Ramming Incident at Capitol; USCP Acting Chief: Capitol Police Officer Who Was Stabbed Has Died. Aired 2:30-3p ET


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