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• CNN Reports From Myanmar Amid Military Crackdown; Police Chief Testifies Chauvin Violated Use Of Force Policy; U.K. May Permit International Travel May 17; Ethical Concerns Over Vaccine Passports; Jordan Says Prince Hamzah Has Pledged Allegiance To The King; U.S. Says Talks With Iran In Vienna Are 'A Step Forward'; U.S. Teaming Up with UAE To Raise Clean Energy Funding; HBO Filmmaker Uncovers Potential Identity Of Individual Behind QAnon; Variants, Spike In Cases, Threaten Vaccination Progress. Aired 12-12:45a ET
• North Korea Skipping Olympic Games; Debate Over Vaccine Passports; Putin's Latest Political Power Play; Police Chief Testifies Chauvin Violated Use of Force Policy; Sellout Crowd at Baseball Game Amid Fears of New Surge; New Video Shows World's Deepest Known Shipwreck. Aired 1-1:45a ET
• Video Showing Smugglers Dropping Children at U.S.-Mexico Border; Deepest Known Shipwreck Found Off Philippines Sea; U.K. Variant Scattered in 50 States; North Korea Back Out of Tokyo Olympics; Travel is Open Between Australia and New Zealand; India Reported Another Record High in COVID Cases; Minneapolis Chief of Police Testifies Against Derek Chauvin; Royal Rift Coming to an End; Biden Administration Hopes to Re-negotiate JCPOA Deal with Iran. Aired 3-3:45a ET
• CNN Reports from Myanmar amid Military Crackdown; New Zealand to Open Border with Australia; Ethical Concerns over Vaccine Passports; Navalny to Keep Up Hunger Strike; Prince Hamzah Pledges Allegiance to Jordanian King; North Korea Won't Participate in Tokyo Games. Aired 2-2:45a ET
• Police Chief Testifies Chauvin Violated Use of Force Policy; Forensic Scientist: Cause of Hypoxia Critical to Trial; Easter Holiday Air Travel Sets Pandemic-Era Records; France Investigates Secret Dinner Parties for Paris Elite; U.K. Prime Minister Reveals Plan for Easing Restrictions; India Struggling to Contain Second Wave of Covid- 19; Baylor Stuns Gonzaga to Win First Men's Title. Aired 4-4:30a ET
• Biden Administration Defends Infrastructure Plans; Gaetz "Absolutely Not Resigning" Amid Sex Crime Investigation; U.S. Says Talks with Iran in Vienna are a Step Forward; Alexey Navalny Says He Will Keep Up Prison Hunger Strike; Michigan Facing Spike in COVID-19 Cases. Aired 4:30-5a ET
• Soon, Prosecution to Call more Witnesses in Chauvin Trial; CNN Reports, Biden to Announce He's Moving Deadline for All Adults to be Eligible for Coronavirus Vaccine to April 19; White House Says, Biden will Invite Bipartisan Meetings of Congress to Oval Office Next Week to Talk Infrastructure. Aired 10-10:30a ET
• Biden to Announce Vaccine Eligibility for All Adults by April 19th; Passenger in George Floyd's Car to Invoke 5th Amendment; Full Capacity Crowd in Texas Rangers Home Opener. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• Prosecution Interviews Police Use-of-Force Instructor. Aired 11-11:30a ET
• Defense Cross-Examines Police Use-of-Force Instructor; Day Seven of Witness Testimony in Derek Chauvin Murder Trial. Aired 1- 1:30p ET
• California to Fully Reopen June 15; Testimony Continues in Chauvin Trial. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• Prosecution Interviews Police Use-of-Force Instructor; Use-of- Force Instructor: Should Use "Least Amount of Force" That is Reasonable for the Situation; Police Use-of-Force Instructor: "The Minimum Amount of Force That You Need" to Detain Someone "Is What You Should Use;" Use-of-Force Instructor: Unconscious Neck Restraint Only Allowed For "Active Aggression," "Life-Saving Purposes," Not "Passive Resistance;" "I Would Say No," Chavin's Neck Restraint on Handcuffed, Controlled Person Would Not Be Authorized Use of Force. Aired 11:30a- 12p ET.
• Major League Baseball All-Star Game Relocates to Colorado; Live Coverage of Derek Chauvin Trial; Minneapolis Police Sergeant Ker Yang is Questioned by Prosecution. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• MLB To Announce All-Star Game Location; Chauvin Murder Trial Live Coverage. Aired 9:30-10a ET.
• Testimony Continues in Derek Chauvin Trial. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• Use of Force Instructor: "We Don't Train" Officers to Use Legs in Neck Restraint, Such a Method Would Involve Inner Thigh Not Knee; Biden Sets April 19 as Goal for All U.S. Adults to Be Vaccine Eligible; Fauci: Team Sports a Bigger Driver of Outbreaks Than Classrooms; Texas Executive Order Prevents State Agencies from Requiring Vaccine Passports; Update on Coronavirus Responses Around the World; MLB Moving All-Star Game to Denver; Texas Governor Refuses to Throw First Pitch at Rangers Game; McConnell Says Companies Need to Stay Out of Politics; Any Moment, Biden Visiting Vaccine Site in Alexandria, Virginia. Aired 1:30-2p ET
• Soon, Day 7 of Testimony in Derek Chauvin Trial Resumes; Use- of-Force Instructor: Should Use "Least Amount of Force" That Is Reasonable for Situation; Prosecution Questions Police Medical Response Coordinator; Defense Cross Examines Medical Response Coordinator. Aired 2:30-3p ET
• Day Seven Of The Witness Testimony In Derek Chauvin Trial. Aired 3:30-4p ET










• Police Chief: Chauvin 'Absolutely' Violated Policy Restraining George Floyd; CDC: Variants Fueling Surge in Cases Across U.S. Aired 6-6:30a ET
• Texas Governor Declines First Pitch; Gaetz Defends Himself; Derek Chauvin Murder Trial; Indictments in Ukraine Plane Shoot-down; Navalny Continues Hunger Strike; Baylor Upsets Gonzaga. Aired 6:30-7a ET
• CNN Reports, Biden to Announce He's Moving Deadline for All Adults to be Eligible for Coronavirus Vaccine to April 19th; Soon, Prosecution to Call more Witnesses in Chauvin Trial; New Security Concerns at U.S. Capitol after Latest Deadly Attack. Aired 7-7:30a ET
• Coronavirus Cases Among Young People Continue to Increase Across U.S.; President Biden Moves Up Federal Date for All Adult Americans to Have Access to COVID-19 Vaccine to April 19; Trial of Derek Chauvin for Death of George Floyd Continues; Police Chief: Chauvin "Absolutely" Violated Policy Restraining George Floyd. Aired 8-8:30a ET
• Trump's Grift Goes On; Coronavirus Update from Around the World; Rep. Sheila Jackson Lee (D-TX) is Interviewed about Greg Abbott and Election Legislation in Texas. Aired 8:30-9a ET
• Michigan Quadruples New Cases, Triples Hospitalizations In Last Month; Remembering the Lives Lost to Coronavirus; Jordan's FMR. Crown Prince Signs Letter Agreeing to Support King; Arkansas Governor Vetoes Anti-Transgender Health Bill; Engineers Find No Second Breach at FL Wastewater Reservoir; Final "Jeopardy!" Response Leaves Aaron Rodgers Speechless; Who Will Replace Longtime "Jeopardy!" Host Alex Trebek?; CNN: Biden to Announce He's Moving Deadline for All Adults to be Eligible for Coronavirus Vaccine to April 19th. Aired 07:30-8a ET.