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• U.K. Government to Soon Make Major Reopening Announcement; Experts Warn U.S. Could Soon Face Another Surge; Pope Francis Leads Scaled-Down Easter Sunday Mass; Jordan Accuses Prince of Trying to destabilize Country; Russia Shoring Up Military Powers in the Arctic; At Least 41 Dead in Eastern Indonesia from Floods and Mudslides; Japan's Cherry Blossoms See Earliest Peak in Decades. Aired 12-1a ET
• Pope Francis Leads Scaled-Down Easter Day Mass; Russia Shoring Up Military Power In The Arctic; Ethiopia Says Eritrean Troops Withdrawing From Tigray; Indonesia Flash Floods Kill At Least 41 People; Florida Crews Pumping Water Out Of Damaged Reservoir; India Reports Record-High Daily Case Increase of 103,558; U.K. Government to Launch Vaccine Passport System Trial; Growing Number of Americans Taking to Skies Again; Jordan Accuses Prince of Trying to Destabilize Country. Aired 1-2 ET
• Vaccinations Racing with Daily Infections; Easing of Restrictions Has Consequences; U.K. Looking to Implement a Vaccine Passport; India's Festivities Worsen COVID-19 Cases; P.M. Benjamin Netanyahu's Trial Resumes; Jordan Accuses Prince of Trying to Destabilize Country; Infrastructure and Jobs Plan is Biden's Next Legislative Push; Russia is Shoring Up Military Power in the Arctic; Florida Crews Work to Stop Catastrophic Flood Situation; Stanford Tops Arizona to Win NCAA Women's Championship. Aired 3-4a ET
• U.S. Vaccinations Up, but Experts Still Cautious; U.K. Plans for Vaccine Passports; India Reports Highest Daily Infection of Coronavirus; Benjamin Netanyahu Back in Court for his Corruption Case; Jordan's Prince Hamzah Accused of Destabilizing the Country; Jordan Accuses Prince Of Trying To Destabilize Country; Ethiopia: Eritrean Troops Are Withdrawing From Tigray; Flash Flooding Kills At 41 People In Indonesia. Aired 2-3a ET
• New Cases of COVID-19 Holding Steady or Falling Across Much of U.S.; U.S. Air Travel Sets Pandemic Record Over Easter Weekend; U.K. Prime Minister to Announce Next Steps in Easing Restrictions; India's Worst-Hit State to Begin Curfews and Weekend Lockdowns; Health Experts Warn Against Quick Return to Normal; Testimony Resumes Monday in Derek Chauvin Murder Trial. Aired 4-4:30a ET
• Russia Shoring Up Military Power in the Artic; Prince Accused of Trying to Destabilize Jordan; Biden Looks for Bipartisan Support for Infrastructure Plan; Cyber Experts: Half a Billion Facebook Users' Data Posted Online; Japan's Cherry Blossoms See Earliest Peak in Decades. Aired 4:30-5a ET
• Toxic Wastewater Leaking in Florida; Bryan Hughes is Interviewed about Texas Voting Legislation; Former Crown Prince Accused of Destabilizing Country. Aired 9:30-10a ET
• Soon, Prosecution Calls More Witnesses in Chauvin Trial; TSA Reports, 6 Million-Plus Screened Since Thursday in Spring Break Travel Surge; Attack at U.S. Capitol Raises Fresh Questions about Security. Aired 10-10:30a ET
• .Day Six of Witness Testimony in Ex-Cop's Murder Trial; Health Expert Says, U.S. in Category 5 Hurricane with New Cases; Capitol Police Union Chair Says, We're Struggling to Meet Our Mission. Aired 11:30a-12p ET
• Prosecution Questions Doctor Who Tried to Save George Floyd. Aired 11-11:30a ET
• Prosecution Questions Minneapolis Police Chief; Day Six of Witness testimony in Ex-Cop's Murder Trial. Aired 1-1:30p ET
• Young Adults Driving New COVID Surge; Derek Chauvin Trial Week Two. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• Travel Seeing Comeback as CDC Advises Against It; Derek Chauvin Murder Trial Continues; Attack at U.S. Capitol Raises Fresh Questions About Security; Proposals to Secure Capitol Hill Caught Up in Partisan Infighting; Risk of Catastrophic Flood As Toxic Reservoir Leaks in Florida. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• Russel Honore Recommends Capitol Police Increases; COVID Relief Bill Will Send Billions to Public Schools; Live Coverage of Derek Chauvin Trial. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• Derek Chauvin Trial Week Two. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• Defense Cross-Examines Police Chief Who Fired Derek Chauvin. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• Day 6 of Witness Testimony in Derek Chauvin's Murder Trial; Minneapolis Police Chief: Officers Are Trained in De-Escalation Techniques; E.R. Doctor: I Felt Heart Attack "Less Likely" Cause of Cardiac Arrest; Biden Delivers Easter Message Amid Covid Surge, Push for Massive Infrastructure Bill; Research: Nearly 40,000 Kids Have Lost Parent to Covid; Michigan Expands Vaccine Eligibility to Ages 16 & Older; U.S. Averaging 3 Million-Plus Doses into Arms Every Day. Aired 1:30-2p ET
• Soon, 6th Day of Testimony in Derek Chauvin Trial Resumes; Prosecution Resumes Questioning of Minneapolis Police Chief. Aired 2:30-3p ET


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