Return to Transcripts main page

CNN NEWSROOM

Note: This page is continually updated as new transcripts become available. If you cannot find a specific segment, check back later.

October 20, 2020
• Did Not Air 3-4p ET
• Chinese City Offers Experimental COVID-19 Vaccine; Coronavirus in the United States as New Cases in Past Week Versus Previous Week; Discussion on Coronavirus Stimulus Relief; U.S. Stocks Sink on Dashed Hopes for Stimulus; U.S. States Say they have their Vaccine Plans Filed; U.K. Signs First Contract for First Virus Human Challenge Trials; Palestinian Negotiator Battling COVID-19; French First Lady in Self-Isolation; Merkel Urging Germans to Stay Home, Avoid Gatherings; Europe Tightens Virus Restrictions as Cases Soar; President Trump Campaign with Dirty Attacks; COVID-19 Paints a Grim Scenario for U.S.; Ireland Facing Six Weeks Lockdown; Boris Johnson Fed Up with Officials Bickering. Aired 3-4a ET
• Trump's Continued Attacks On Fauci. Trump Tells Supporters Virus Rounding The Curve; Stock Market's Wild Swings With Relief Bill Uncertainty; Urgent New Restrictions Hit Europe; Trump Rallies, Trashes Fauci as COVID-19 Cases Surge; Trump's Lead over Biden on the Economy Vanishes; Early in-Person Voting Breaks Records Across U.S.; Chinese City Offering Experimental COVID-19 Vaccine to Public. Aired 1-2a ET
• Trump Rachets Up Anti-Science Rhetoric Ahead of Election; The Strategy Behind Trump's Attacks on Fauci; U.S. Stimulus Deal Hangs in the Balance; COVID-19 Cases Spiking Across the U.S. Aired 4-4:30a ET
• Fauci Restricted by White House, Attacked by Trump; Republicans Distance Themselves from Trump; Europe Tightness Virus Restrictions; Chinese City Offering Experimental COVID-19 Vaccine to Public; Educators Search for Students Missing from Virtual School; Obama to Campaign for Biden in Philadelphia; Crowd at Trump Rally Chants 'Lock Her Up' About Gov. Whitmer. Aired 12-12:45a ET
• Trump Confirms Participation in Thursday Debate with Biden; Trump Insults Fauci, Calls Biden and Journalists Criminal; Record Number of Early Votes Transforming Election; John Fogerty Latest Artist to Ask Trump to Stop Using Song; Chines City Offers Some People Experimental COVID-19 Vaccine; U.K. Signs Contract for First Virus Human Challenge Trials; Russia Reports New Record in Daily COVID-19 Cases. Aired 4:30-5a ET
• Fauci Restricted by White House, Attacked by Trump; Europe Tightness Virus Restrictions; Czech Republic Mandates Masks in Urban Areas; PLO Chief Negotiator Saeb Erekat in Critical Condition; U.S. COVID-19 Cases Hit 8.2M; Experts: Coronavirus Could Cause Long-Term Heart Damage; Music Artists Ask Trump to Stop Using Songs. Aired 2-3a ET
• Supreme Court Ruling on Late-Arriving Ballots; Michigan's Secretary of State Talks about Voting; Stimulus Deadline Looms; QAnon Spreads Conspiracies. Aired 9:30-10a
• Fauci: States Skipping Over Reopening Benchmarks To Blame For Surges; Early In-Person Voting Begins Today In Hawaii, Utah And Wisconsin; Chief Justice John Roberts Sides With Liberal Justices On Pennsylvania Mail-In Ballots Ruling; U.K. Wants To Pay People To Be Exposed To Virus For Vaccine Trial. Aired 12:30-1p ET
• Study: Desk Arrangement, Glass Shields Help Cut Classroom Virus Spread; NIH Director Says "Very Unlikely" Vaccine Ready Before Late November; Trump Calls SCOTUS Ruling on PA Mail-In Ballots "Very Strange"; Melania Trump Cancels Travel to Rally, Cites COVID Recovery; Biden Adviser: Biden Preparing for Trump to "Bully & Deflect" and Attack His Family in Debate; Obamacare Premiums Decline for 3rd Year in Row as Trump Looks to Kill; State Rep. and Speaker Steve Haugaard (R-Sioux Falls, SD) Discusses His Personal Battle With Coronavirus. Aired 1:30-2p ET
• Rep. Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) and Steven Mnuchin Continue Meeting to Discuss COVID Relief Bill; Department of Justice Sues Google; Interview with Sen. Chris Murphy (D-CT). Aired 10:30-11a ET
• Trump Trashes Dr. Fauci as Coronavirus Cases Spike across U.S.; Trump's Closing Strategy, Downplay Surging Virus, Slam Fauci; U.S. Supreme Court Allows Pennsylvania to Count Late-Arriving Ballots. Aired 10-10:30a ET
• Trump Trashes Dr. Fauci as Coronavirus Cases Spike Across the U.S.; Final Presidential Debate Set for Thursday Night; Presidential Debate Commission Says They're Going to have the Microphones of Trump and Biden Muted During Parts of the Final Debate; Futures Up As Pelosi's Stimulus Deadline Approaches. Aired 9-9:30a ET


October 19, 2020
• Did Not Air 3-4p ET
• Trump Campaigns without Mask as COVID-19 Spikes; Biden Holds Socially Distant Rally, Promises Unity; Voters in Georgia Wait in Long Lines to Cast Early Ballots; Manchester Refuses to Raise Alert Level to Top Tier; Italy Tightens Restrictions as COVID-19 Cases Surge; China's Economy Grows 4.9% in Third Quarter; People Turning to Shipping Containers as Living Spaces; Battle for Votes in Trump Stronghold in Pennsylvania; Bolton: Trump Has 'The Attention Span of a Fruit Fly'. Aired 12-12:45a ET
• Trump and Biden on the Campaign Trail with Less Than Three Weeks to Go Before Election; Biden Still Leading in the Polls; Second Wave of the Pandemic in Europe; Israel Eases Some Restriction As Cases Fall; Senior PLO Officials Erekat In Israel Hospital With COVID; Russian Opposition Activist Alexey Navalny Speaks Put About Recent Poisoning Attack. Aired 2-3pET
• President Trump Defy Health Protocols; Joe Biden Trying to Flip States Trump Won; COVID-19 on its Second Wave; Greater Manchester Complain of Tough Restrictions; Czechs Tired of Wearing Masks; Experts Say that the United States is in Midst of Dreaded Autumn Surge; More Than 27 Million Ballots Cast in Early Voting; Pelosi Sets 48-Hour Deadline to Approve Stimulus Deal Before the Election; China's Economy Grows 4.9 Percent in Third Quarter; Israel is Easing COVID Restrictions and Senior Official Saeb Erekat in Israel Hospital with COVID; Putin Foe Speaks Out. Aired 3-4a ET
• U.S. Enters Election Home Stretch as COVID Numbers Rise; Democratic Joe Biden Holds Socially Distanced Rally Sunday; Trump Holds Rally in Nevada as Cases Surge Across State; Fauci Says He Was Not Surprised Trump Caught Coronavirus; Voters in Georgia Wait in Long Lines to Cast Early Ballots; New Video Shows Suspects Allegedly Discussed Killing Michigan Governor; Pelosi: Need Deal in 48 House to Pass Before Election; China's Economy Grows 4.9 Percent in Third Quarter. Aired 4-4:30a ET
• Manchester U.K. Rejects COVID Measures; Italy's COVID Numbers Rise, So Do Tests And Tracing; U.S. Averages 55,000 New Cases A Day; Trump And Biden's Battleground Blitz; Whitmer Kidnap Suspects Video Evidence; French Educators' March In Grief And Support; Czech Republican Sees Record Number of New Cases; Why Suburban Women Voters are so Important; Why Steelworkers Voted for Trump; China's Economy Grows 4.9 percent in Third Quarter. Aired 1-2a ET
• Trump and Biden on the Campaign Trail with Less Than Three Weeks to Go Before Election; Biden Still Leading in the Polls; Second Wave of the Pandemic in Europe; Israel Eases Some Restriction As Cases Fall; Senior PLO Officials Erekat In Israel Hospital With COVID; Russian Opposition Activist Alexey Navalny Speaks Put About Recent Poisoning Attack. Aired 2-3a ET
• Coronavirus Cases Surge as Nation Closes in on Critical Election; Trump, Michigan Governor Trade Attacks in Wake of Foiled Kidnapping Plot; Rep. Nancy Pelosi (D-CA), White House to Speak Today as Millions Wait for Stimulus Deal. Aired 10-10:30a ET
• Mixed Messaging on Masks From Trump Administration; Italy to Implement New Restrictions; Europe Struggles to Contain Surging Numbers; France Set a Record for New Cases on Saturday; Greater Manchester Resists Tough New Rules; Czech Republic Sees Record Number of New Cases; Alexey Navalny Says U.S. President Must Oppose Chemical Weapons Use. Aired 4:30-5a ET
• Trump Calls for Reopening Wisconsin; Rep. Francis Rooney (R-FL) is Interviewed about Trump's Rallies amid Coronavirus; Early Voting Starts in Florida. Aired 9:30-10a
• Interview with Rep. Steny Hoyer (D-MD); COVID-19 Cases Rise in Italy and Britain; Supreme Court Will Hear Immigration and Border Wall Cases Next Year. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• Coronavirus Cases Surge as the U.S. Closes in on Critical Election; Trump Mocks Biden for Believing the Scientists; Michigan Governor Slams "Lock Her Up" Chant at Trump Rally; Videos, Photos and Texts Reveal Details of Plot to Kidnap Michigan Governor Whitmer; Coronavirus Hospitalizations Surging in Wisconsin and Utah. Aired 9- 9:30a ET
• Election Day Approaches as U.S. Case Count Spikes; Washington Post: Birx Went to Pence's Office to Push for Scott Atlas' Removal from Task Force; Trump Mocks Complaints about Lack of Masks at Rallies. Aired 11-11:30a ET
• President Trump Attacks Science as COVID-19 Cases Rise; Johnson & Johnson Pauses Vaccine Trial; Interview with 'Contagion" Director Scott Burns and Epidemiology Professor Anne Rimoin. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• Trump Continues to Attack Michigan Governor in Rally Speeches; Decision on Subpoena for Trump Tax Returns Now in Hands of Supreme Court; GOP Tries to Hold onto Its Slim Majority in the Senate. Aired 11:30-12p ET
• Mayor Brandon Whipple (D-Wichita) Discusses Man Accused of Threatening to Kidnap and Kill Him over Mask Mandate; Ex-Bush 43 Aides Endorse Biden with 15 Days to Go; Will George W. Bush Speak Out Before Election?; Trump's Long Pattern of "I know Nothing" Defenses. Aired 1:30-2p ET
• Experts Warn Of Pandemic Fatigue As COVID-19 Cases Surge; 28M Ballots Already Cast With 15 Days To Go Until Election Day; Trump Attacks Dr. Fauci On Call With Campaign Staff. Aired 12:30-1p ET
• President Trump: People Are Tired Of Hearing Fauci And All These Idiots; President Trump Attacks Dr. Fauci On Call With Campaign Staff; Dr. Anthony Fauci: Certain Parts Of Society "Disturbingly Anti- Science"; President Trump Tries To Hold Onto Key Rust Belt Swing States; Utah Reports Rise In Test Positivity, Hospitalizations. Aired 12-12:30p ET
• COVID Cases, Hospitalization Surge As Nation Nears Critical Election; CNN Reports, More Than 27 Million Ballots Have Already Been Cast; Fauci, Gov. Gretchen Whitmer (D-MI) Get Death Threats As Trump Attacks Continue. Aired 1-1:30p ET
• Update On Coronavirus Responses Around The Country; "Overwhelmed" Utah Hospitals Nearing Capacity, ICUs At 95 Percent; "New York Post" Published Biden Reports Despite Major Doubts; Trump Escalates Attacks On Fauci, Calls Him "Disaster" In Staff Call; GOP Senator Makes Baseless, Evidence-Free Smear Against Biden; Italy Tightens Restrictions As Cases Surge Before Winter. Aired 2:30-3p ET


October 18, 2020
• Trump Goes On Rally Blitz As 10 States Break COVID-19 Records; Biden Leads In Polls, Warns Against Complacency; Republican Seniors Voting For Biden; More Than 22 Million Votes Cast In 45 States And D.C.; French Cities Under Nighttime Curfew; Women's March Focus: Protest Trump And Get Voters To Polls. Aired 2-3a ET
• Biden Leads In Polls, Warns Against Complacency; Italy Reports Record New Cases As Second Wave Grips Europe; Trump Losing White Female Voters In Swing States; Republican Seniors Voting For Biden; Mnuchin Leads U.S. Delegation To Israel, Bahrain, UAE; Kenya Stars Struggling Through Pandemic. Aired 3-4a ET
• Trump Versus Biden In Rural Pennsylvania; Biden Leads In Polls, Warns Against Complacency; Ten U.S. States Break COVID-19 Records; Italy Reports Record New Cases As Second Wave Grips Europe; French Cities Under Nighttime Curfew; French Prosecutor Releases New Details On Paris Attack; New Zealand Rugby's Win Against COVID-19; Women's March Focus: Protest Trump And Get Voters To Polls. Aired 4-5a ET
• Trump Goes On Rally Blitz As 10 U.S. States Break COVID-19 Records; Thousands Of North Carolina Absentee Ballots Under Review; Biden Leads In Polls, Warns Against Complacency; Hospitalizations Climb Across U.S.; Disney To Lay Off 28,000 U.S. Workers; Italy Reports Record New Cases As Second Wave Grips Europe; Giuliani Targeted By Russian Intel For Disinformation; COVID-19 Misconceptions. Aired 5-6a ET
• Trump Recycles 2016 Campaign In Final Weeks Of Campaign; Trump Incites Domestic Terrorism In Campaign; Trump Refuses To Disavow QAnon; Final Presidential Debate Between Trump And Biden; U.S. In Second Wave Of Coronavirus; Travel Restrictions In Connecticut And New Jersey; Deadline For Stimulus Deal Set At 48 Hours; CNN Original Series, First Ladies: Nancy Reagan. Aired 5-6p ET
• Biden Holds Rally In North Carolinas 16 Days Before Election Day; Trump Tries To Recreate 2016 Atmosphere In Final Push To Election Day; Ten States Report Highest Number Of New COVID Cases On Friday; More Than 21 Million Votes Cast In 45 States And D.C.; Rep. Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) Sets 48-Hour Deadline For Stimulus Deal; Critical California Homeless Crisis Made Worse By Pandemic. Aired 2-3p ET
• Trump Tries To Recreate 2016 Atmosphere In Final Push To Election Day; Twitter Removes Tweet By Trump Adviser Undermining Masks; Biden Looks To Win Over Voters In States Trump Won In 2016; Obama Campaigning For Biden; Latino Voters In Florida; CNN Hero Carol Rosenstein. Aired 4-5p ET
• Donald Trump Tries To Recreate 2016 Atmosphere In Final Push To Election Day; Interview With Rep. Debbie Dingell (D-MI); Ten States Report Highest Number Of New COVID-19 Cases On Friday. Aired 3-4p ET
• Trumps Visit Two States with COVID-19 Cases Spikes; Biden Leads In Polls; Manchester Opposes Highest COVID-19 Alert Level; Italy Reports Daily Record Cases In Second Spike. Aired 12-1a ET


October 17, 2020
• Trump Holds Rallies Despite Nationwide Surge in Cases; Pfizer May File for Early Vaccine Use in November; Cases Rising Rapidly across Much of Europe; China Conducts COVID-19 Testing Blitz; Polls Close in New Zealand General Election; Over 20M U.S. Ballots Cast; Broadway Shutdown Affects 100K Workers. Aired 2-2:45a ET
• People Wait in Long Lines in Georgia to Vote Early in 2020 Election; President Trump Campaigns in Michigan; Former President Barack Obama Will Campaign for Democratic Presidential Candidate Joe Biden in Philadelphia; President Trump and Joe Biden's Campaigning in Pennsylvania Examined; Rudy Giuliani's Daughter Caroline Giuliani Supports Joe Biden for President. Aired 10-11a ET
• Cases Rising Rapidly across Much of Europe; U.S. Surpasses 8 Million COVID-19 Cases; Over 20M U.S. Ballots Cast; Japanese Tourist Gets Private Tour of Machu Picchu. Aired 3-3:30a ET
• Coronavirus Cases Rising in States Across U.S.; New York Governor Andrew Cuomo Taking Precautions against Possible Coronavirus Spikes; President Trump Criticizes Republican Senator Ben Sasse for Recorded Comments about Possible Large Republican Losses in 2020 Election; People Wait in Long Lines in Georgia to Vote Early in 2020 Election. Aired 2-3p ET
• U.S. Surpasses Eight Million COVID-19 Cases; Biden Stresses Health Care At Drive-In Rally In Detroit; Polls Show Biden With Double-Digit Lead Over Trump; Cases Rising Rapidly Across Much Of Europe; Over 20 Million U.S. Ballots Cast; Trump Holds Rallies Despite Nationwide Surge In Cases; Nurse Receives OBE For Pandemic Work; Polls Close In New Zealand General Election; Millions Spent On Ads In Final Weeks Of U.S. Race. Aired 4-5a ET
• Biden Stresses Health Care At Drive-In Rally In Detroit; U.S. Surpasses Eight Million COVID-19 Cases; Polls Show Biden With Double- Digit Lead Over Trump; Trump Holds Rallies Despite Nationwide Surge In Cases; Cases Rising Rapidly Across Much Of Europe; Police Holding And Questioning Nine In Paris Attack; Japanese Tourist Gets Private Tour Of Machu Picchu. Aired 5-6a ET
• U.S. Reaches Eight Million COVID-19 Cases; With Reelection In Jeopardy, Trump Calls For Rivals To Be Locked Up; Biden Campaign Slams Trump Rally In Wisconsin; Early Voting Turnout; Final Presidential Debate Topics; Trump Refuses To Denounce QAnon In Heated Exchange; Thousands Of Women Gather For March In Washington. Aired 11a-12p ET
• With Re-election In Jeopardy, Trump Calls For Rivals To Be "Locked Up"; Trump Attacks GOP Sen. Ben Sasse As "Stupid And Obnoxious"; Rudy Giuliani's Daughter Urges Americans To Vote For Biden And Harris To End Trump's "Reign Of Terror"; U.S. Reaches Eight Million COVID-19 Cases, As The Pace Of New Infections Signals A Tough Winter; NY College President Resigns After 700-Plus Students Test Positive; Trump, Biden Supporters Square Off In Pennsylvania; Manchester Resists Highest Level Restrictions. Aired 12-1p ET
• Trump Goes On Rally Blitz As 10 States Break COVID-19 Records; Trump Holds Michigan Rally As State Sees COVID Spike; How Vulnerable Are The Maskless Crowds At Trump Rallies?; New Study On Coronavirus Spread In Schools; Officials Investigating If Recently Published E- mails Are Tied To Russian Disinformation Effort Targeting Biden; Trump Doubles Down On Refusal To Denounce QAnon. Aired 5-6p ET
• Trump To Campaign In Midwest Battleground States And Suggests He May Leave Country If He Loses; Nearly 22 Million Votes Cast In 45 States And D.C.; Thousands Gather For Women's March To Protest Justice Nominee; Biden Campaign Slams Trump On Holding Wisconsin Rally As Experts Warn Of Alarming Rise In New COVID Infections; U.S. Officials Investigating If Recently Published E-mails Are Tied To Russian Disinformation Effort Targeting Biden; L.A. Offers Free Flu Shots Amid Pandemic; Trends Emerging As Record Number Of Americans Cast Early In- Person Votes. Aired 1-2p ET
• Trump Goes On Rally Blitz As 10 States Break COVID-19 Records; Trump Doubles Down On Refusal To Denounce QAnon; Trump-Biden Battle Intensifying In Pennsylvania; Fauci & CDC Warn About Thanksgiving Gatherings; DOD Study: Plane Ventilation Systems Don't Spread Virus; WHO: Remdesivir Fails To Prevent COVID Deaths; Pfizer Won't Seek Emergency Vaccine Authorization Before Election; Trump & Biden Campaign Ad Wars Heating Up. Aired 3-4p ET
• More Than 22 Million Americans Cast Ballots Early; Trump Goes On Rally Blitz As 10 States Break COVID-19 Records; Elizabeth Warren, Magic Johnson, Barack Obama Hit Trail For Biden; Elie Honig Answers Viewers' Legal Questions In CNN's "Cross Exam"; Arizona Family Loses Eight Loved Ones, Livelihood To Virus; Sunday's "First Ladies" Examines Nancy Reagan. Aired 4-5p ET


October 16, 2020
• 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


October 15, 2020
• Did Not Air 3-4p ET
• People Voted Prior to November Elections; Trump Continue to Defy Health Protocols; Barack Obama 100 Percent Support to Joe Biden; Herd Immunity a Dangerous and Deadly Move; P.M. Boris Johnson Defends Three-Tier System; John Hopkins Global Cases Surpass 38 Million; How to Protect Yourself from COVID-19; Macron Announces Curfew For Paris, Other French Cities; Italy, Highest Daily Case Increase Since Pandemic Began; Russia Registers Second Vaccine Ahead of Phase Three Trials; Studies Suggest Blood Type Could be Linked to COVID-19 Risk; Dr. Fauci Calls for Holiday Sacrifices in Name of Safety; Trump Previously Downplayed Return of Virus in Autumn; Thailand's Government Bans Gatherings of More than Five People; G20 Agrees to Extend Debt Payment Suspension for Poor Nations; Music Label for K-Pop's BTS Makes Strong Market Debut. Aired 3-4a ET
• Early Voting Brings Long Lines, Record Turnout; U.S. Justice Department, Unmasking Probe Ends with No Charges; Ceasefire collapses in Nagorno-Karabakh; IMF Calls for More Help to Poor Countries; Heart- wrenching Toll of COVID-19; Europe Proposes Dramatic Second Wave Measures; U.S. Nears 8 Million Confirmed COVID Cases; Herd Immunity Explained; Taskforce's Second Wave Prediction Review. Aired 1-2a ET
• Average Daily U.S. Infections at 51,000, Virus Killing 700+ Americans a Day; Tonight, Biden, Trump Appear in Competing Town Halls; Germany Reports Record Daily Increase in New Coronavirus Cases. Aired 10-10:30a ET
• Record Turnout Reported in U.S. Early Voting; Trump Holds Crowded Rally in Iowa Despite COVID Risk; Obama to Hit Campaign Trail for Biden Next Week; U.S. Averaging More than 50,000 New Cases Each Day; Trump: Son Barron, 14, Had Virus But Is Now "Free"; Calls for Herd Immunity to Help Slow Spread of Virus; European Countries Grapple with Harsh Second Wave. Aired 4-4:30a ET
• Global Coronavirus Pandemic; Health Experts Warn against Herd Immunity Strategy; Early Voting Brings Long Lines, Record Turnout; COVID-19 Spike in U.K. Exposes Political Divisions; Thailand Bans Gatherings of More Than 5 to End Protests; U.S. Justice Department 'Unmasking' Probe Ends with No Charges; Music Label for K-Pop's BTS Makes Strong Market Debut; Long Lines, Early Voting Records with 20 Days Until Election Day; Obama on Trump's Call to Indict Him: 'The Allegations Are So Absurd'. Aired 12-1a ET
• Georgia Voters Face Long Lines, Computer Problems; Texas County Extends Voting Hours After Glitch; Trump, Biden Supporters Square Off in Pennsylvania; U.S. Justice Department, "Unmasking" Probe Ends with No Charges; Washington Post: Trump Pushes Theory Bin Laden Raid with Hoax; Russia Registers Second Vaccine Ahead of Phase 3 Trials; Man Loses Father and Seven Other Family Members to Virus. Aired 4:30-5a ET
• Global Coronavirus Pandemic; Early Voting Brings Long Lines, Record Turnout; Thai Government Bans Gatherings of 5+; K-pop's BTS Makes Strong Market Debut; COVID-19 Spike in U.K. Exposes Political Divisions; World Bank Calls for More Help for Poor Countries. Aired 2- 3a ET
• AstraZeneca Trial Paused; No Delay for Barrett Nomination; North Carolina Trump Rally as Early Voting Begins; Harris County in Texas Shatters Voting Numbers. Aired 9:30-10a
• Rep. Conor Lamb (D-PA) Is Interviewed About The Trump-Biden Battle In Pennsylvania; Atlanta Falcons Shut Down Practice Facility Due To Positive Test; In N.C. Senate Race, Cunningham (D) Leads Incumbent Tillis (R). Aired 12:30-1p ET
• Average Daily U.S. Infections More Than 50,000, 700 Deaths a Day; Trump, Biden to Appear in Competing Town Halls; Obama Takes Aim at Trump Ahead of Campaign Blitz for Biden; NYT: Eight Million Americans have Slipped into Poverty Since May; Source: AstraZeneca Took 1 Month to Get Vaccine Safety Data to FDA. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• France and Britain Increase COVID-19 Restrictions; California Republican Party Refuses to Remove Ballot Collection Boxes; Robert Mueller Investigated Trump Ties to Egyptian Bank. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• Leon Panetta Discusses Trump Peddling "Bats-- Crazy" Conspiracy Theory on Bin Laden Raid & Trump Refusing to Commit to Peaceful Transition of Power; Update on Coronavirus Responses Around the World; Dozens Refuse to Cooperate after COVID Event, Accuse Contact Tracer of "Working for Satan". Aired 1:30-2p ET
• Poll Shows Biden has Double-Digit Lead Nationally against Trump; Obama Expected to Hit Campaign Trail for Biden Next Week; California GOP Refuses to Remove Unofficial Ballot Drop Boxes. Aired 11:30a-12p ET
• COVID-19 Cases Rising in the U.S.; Hoover Institution May Have Received Private COVID-19 Warnings from White House in February; Donald Trump and Joe Biden Set to Hold Town Halls Tonight. Aired 2- 2:30p ET
• America's Fall Wave Builds Fast as Infections Surge; Backlash Over Dueling Trump-Biden Town Halls Tonight; Bar Owner Battling Coronavirus Slams Trump's Response. Aired 1-1:30p ET
• CA GOP Refuses To Remove Unofficial Ballot Boxes Deemed Illegal; COVID Surges, U.S. Adds 59,000 Plus Cases Wednesday; CDC Forecast Projects Up To 240,000 U.S. COVID-19 Deaths By November 7th; Senator Harris Staffer Tests Positive For COVID-19, V.P. Nominee Off The Campaign Trial Temporarily; Trump-Biden Battle Intensifies In Pennsylvania. Aired 12-12:30p ET
• Obama: Conspiracies Will Outlast Trump as GOP Pretends Not to See; Backlash Against NBC over Dueling Trump-Biden Town Halls Tonight; Standoff: CA GOP Refuses to Remove Unofficial Ballot Drop Boxes; College Football Reckoning as Cases Soar Among Big Teams; U.S. Tennis Player Sam Querrey Accused of Fleeing Russia after Testing Positive for COVID. Aired 2:30-3p ET
• Trump, Biden to Participate in Competing Town Halls Tonight; COVID Surges, U.S. Adds 59,000 Plus Cases Wednesday; Sen. Harris Cancels North Carolina Event After Campaign Staffer Tests Positive for COVID-19; Fauci: Vaccine may be Widely Available by April. Aired 11- 11:30a ET


October 14, 2020
• Did Not Air 3-4p ET
• Liverpool Facing Strict Lockdown; France Can't Take Another Lockdown; President Trump Boast His Fast Recovery; Joe Biden Appeal to Senior Voters; Chilling Plot Revealed; Judge Barrett Leave Question Marks on Lawmaker's Minds; John Hopkins University Official Global Death Toll Nearing 1.1 Million; England's New Three Tier Restrictions in Effect; Chinese City Tests More Than 7.5 Million People; Patient Tests Positive for Flu and COVID-19 in Mexico; U.S. Faces Rising Cases and Hospitalization; Drug Maker Eli Lilly Pauses Antibody Trial for Safety Reasons; Virus Denier's Family Gathering Infects 14 People; Calls for Police Reform In Nigeria; Some Florida Seniors Shifting On Trump; Demi Lovato Calls On Trump. Aired 3-4a ET
• 36 States Seeing Cases Surge, Hospitalizations Rising Across U.S.; Trump, Biden to Participate in Competing Town Halls Tomorrow Night; Trump's Supreme Court Pick Faces Second Round of Questions. Aired 10-10:30a ET
• Experts Warn of Resurgence as Global Cases Top 38 Million; Trump Take Late Campaign Blitz to Pennsylvania; U.S. President Attacks Dr. Fauci Over Rally Criticism; Biden Makes Pitch to Senior Citizens in Florida; Barrett Dodges Questions on Hot-Button Issues; Long Waits Reported for Early Voting in Some States; Biden Leads in Six Swing State Trump Won in 2016. Aired 4-4:30a ET
• Non-Committal Coney Barrett Completes Day One; Trump's Pennsylvania Rally: Unmasked And Up Close; COVID Continues Its U.S. Resurge; Vaccine Delays Highlight Reality; Liverpool, England & U.K.'S Toughest Restrictions; China Mass Tests After Small Cluster; Cristiano Ronaldo Tests Positive for COVID-19; IMF Warns of Long, Slow Economic Recovery; Apple Unveils Four Versions of the iPhone 12; Chilling Details Emerge about Alleged U.S. Terror Plot; Israel Attempts to Clean Its Rivers During Lockdown. Aired 1-2a ET
• Long Waits Reported for Early Voting in Some States; Chilling Details Emerge About Alleged U.S. Terror Plot; Florida's 65 and Older Voters on Trump v. Biden. Aired 12-1a ET
• Drug maker Eli Lilly Pauses Antibody Trial for Safety Reasons; European Countries Tighten Restrictions Amid Second Wave; Liverpool Faces U.K.'s Highest Level of Restrictions; Germany See Sharp Rise in COVID-19 Infections; Chinese City Test More Than 7.5 Million People; Senior Voters Weigh In On Trump vs Biden; Demi Lovato Calls Out Trump in New Song. Aired 4:30-5a ET
• European Countries Tighten Restrictions amid Second Wave; Joe Biden Appeals to Senior Voters; Judge Barrett Leaves Questions on Lawmakers' Minds; Chinese City Tests More than 7.5 Million People; Economy Faces Long, Slow, Highly Uncertain Ascent; Global COVID-19 Cases Top 38 Million; Israel Attempts to Clean Rivers during Lockdown; Long Waits for Early Voting in Some States. Aired 2-3a ET
• Nevada Man gets COVID Twice; Second Round of Questions for Barrett; Beto O'Rourke is Interviewed about Voting in Texas. Aired 9:30-10a ET
• Barrett Faces More Questions On Obamacare; Rep. Debbie Dingell (D-MI) Is Interviewed About Dems Pressuring Pelosi To Get Quick Stimulus Compromise; Long Lines At Texas Polling Sites On Day Two Of Early Voting. Aired 12:30-1p ET
• Early Voters Enduring Long Lines to Cast Ballots in Georgia and Texas; Nikki Fried, Florida Commissioner of Agriculture and Consumer Services, Discusses Florida Football Cluster Breaking Out After Gators Coach Wanted 90,000 Fans; Trump's Ironic Rally Playlist Illustrates Alternative Reality; Update on Coronavirus Responses Across the Country. Aired 1:30-2p ET
• Barr's Unmasking Investigation Ends Quietly; Interview with Rep. Ro Khanna (D-CA); Courts Continue to Dispute Election Deadlines. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• Wisconsin Opens Field Hospital on State Fairgrounds Amid COVID- 19 Surge; Experts Warn of Early Signs of Another COVID-19 Surge; DOJ Unmasking Probe Ends with No Charges; Voters Endure Long Lines in Georgia to Cast Early Ballots; Texas Sees Record-Breaking Turnout on First Day of Early Voting; Trump, Biden to Participate in Competing Town Halls Tomorrow Night. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• Trump's Nominee Dodges Questions on Obamacare, Transfer of Power; Pelosi Pushes Back Against Democrats Calling for Stimulus Compromise; Research Shows Blood Type May Be Linked to COVID-19 Risk; Demi Lovato Calls Out President Trump in New Song. Aired 2:30-3p ET
• COVID-19 Cases Rise as Trump Promotes Herd Immunity; NBC Announces Trump Town Hall Tomorrow Night; Interview with Florida State AARP Director Jeff Johnson. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• Rep. Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) Pushes Back Against Democrats Calling for Stimulus Compromise; Trump and Biden Take 2020 Messaging on the Road; Colorado Reports Highest Single-Day Spike in New Cases. Aired 11:30a-12p ET
• President Donald Trump Repeatedly Claims U.S. Is Rounding The Turn On COVID-19, Despite Surge In Cases Across Multiple States; Dr. Anthony Fauci: U.S. Seeing "Resurgence Of Cases"; NIH Directors: Trump "Not infectious" For Anyone Else; "Washington Post:" No Changes In A.G. Barr's "Unmasking" Probe; Joe Biden & Donald Trump Compete For Older Voters. Aired 12-12:30p ET
• White House Embraces Herd Immunity, Critics Say This Is Mass Murder; Trump's Treason Conspiracy Blows Up, Joining Long List Of Others; Early Voters Enduring Long Lines To Cast Ballots In Texas, Georgia. Aired 1-1:30p ET
• Trump Travels To Iowa, Pleads With Suburban Voters; "Washington Post:" No Charges In A.G. Barr's "Unmasking" Probe; Senators Question Trump's Supreme Court Nominee. Aired 11-11:30a ET


October 13, 2020
• Did Not Air 3-4p ET
• Number of Cases of Coronavirus Deaths in the United States; Coronavirus Cases on the Rise in Parts of Europe; Latin America and Caribbean Top 10 Million Coronavirus Cases; Germany Sees Highest Infection Numbers Since April; Russia Sputnik Vaccine Undergoing Clinical Trials; President Trump Holds First Rally Since Diagnosis; Schools May Not Be Infection Hotbeds; Some Women in Pennsylvania Question Support for Trump; First Day of In-Person Voting In Georgia; California Orders Removal of Unofficial Ballot Boxes; Tropical Storm Nangka Shuts Down Hong Kong Markets; Tropical Storm Nangka Taking Aim at Vietnam and Southeast Asia; President Trump Back to Campaign Rallies; Supreme Court Nominee on Day One of Hearing; South Korea Take Masks Seriously; Tech Industry on High Demand; China Paranoid with the Virus; U.K. Failed to Follow Scientists' Advice. Aired 3-4a ET
• Trump's Supreme Court Pick Faces Senators' Questions. Aired 10- 10:30a ET
• Trump Holds First Rally Since COVID-19 Diagnosis; Trump Claims He's Immune, Despite Unclear Science; Trump Tails Nationally and In Key Battleground States; Amy Coney Barrett Spells Out Judicial Philosophy; Biden Makes Health Care Focus of His Opposition to Barrett; California Orders Removal of Unofficial Ballot Boxes. Aired 4-4:30a ET
• Confirmation Hearing For President Trump's Supreme Court Pick, Amy Coney Barrett. Aired 9:30-10a ET
• Doctor: Trump Posted Consecutive Negative Tests; Trump Holds First Rally Since COVID-19 Diagnosis; China Testing City of 9 Million After 12 New Cases; U.K. Prime Minister Ignored Scientific Advice; Germany Sees Highest Infection Number Since April; Some Pennsylvania Women Turning Away from Trump. Aired 4:30-5a ET
• Trump Holds First Rally since COVID-19 Diagnosis; Democrats: Barrett Nomination Threatens Health Care; Fauci Asks Trump Campaign to Pull Misleading Ad; U.K. Prime Minister Announces New Coronavirus Restrictions; Millions to Be Tested after China's New Outbreak; Voting Underway with Some Voters Seeing Long Delays; Fauci: Trump Campaign Should Take Down Ad Featuring Him; Partisan Lines Drawn for Barrett Nomination Fight. Aired 12-12:45a ET
• Trump schedules rallies every day till election; In-person voting begins in many states; Fauci Calls Out Trump Campaign; Second Day of Coney Barrett Hearings Today; Europe and coronavirus second wave; New outbreak in China sparks immediate testing; Growing Rates of New COVID-19 Cases in 31 U.S. States; Big Tech Grows While Other Sectors Struggle; England Takes Cautious Approach to Enforcing COVID rules; Long Lines, Ballot Box Issues as Voting Begins; Some Women in Battleground State Sour on Trump. Aired 1-2a ET
• Trump Holds First Rally since COVID-19 Diagnosis; J&J Pauses Vaccine Trial; New Research: U.S. Schools Not Major Source of Spread; France Adds More Cities to Maximum Alert Category; Millions to Be Tested after China's New Outbreak; South Korea Eases Some Social Distancing Measures; Big Tech Grows, Other Sectors Struggle. Aired 2-3 a ET
• Confirmation Hearing for Trump's Supreme Court Pick. Aired 8:50-9:30a ET
• Trump's Supreme Court Pick, Amy Coney Barrett, Faces Senators' Questions; Sen. Leahy: Would You Commit To Recuse Yourself From Any Dispute That Arises Out of the 2020 Presidential Election? Aired 10:30-11a ET
• Trump's Supreme Court Pick Faces Senator's Questions; Barrett: "No One Ever Talked About any Case with Me" Before Nomination; Barrett Won't Say if She Would Recuse from Obamacare Decision; Supreme Court Nominee Faces Questions on Affordable Care Act; Barrett Asked About George Floyd Case; Supreme Court Nominee Faces Questions on Gun Rights. Aired 11-11:30a ET.
• Trump's Supreme Court Pick Faces Senator's Questions; Supreme Court Nominee Faces Questions on Gun Rights; Supreme Court Nominee Faces Questions on Affordable Care Act; Barrett Won't Say if She Would Recuse from Obamacare Decision; Supreme Court Nominee Faces Questions on Abortion Rights; Barrett Asked About "Court Packing," Adding Seats to Supreme Court. Aired 11:30a-12p ET.
• Trump's Supreme Court Pick Faces Senators' Questions. Aired 1- 1:30p ET.
• Judge Amy Coney Barrett Faces Questions During Supreme Court Confirmation Hearing. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• President Trump's Supreme Court Pick Faces Senate Committee Questions During Confirmation Hearing. Aired 2:30-3p ET
• Second Vaccine Trial Paused In U.S. Due To Unexplained Illness; Trump Continues Attacking Dr. Fauci As 33 States See Rising Cases; Trump's Supreme Court Pick Faces Senators' Questions. Aired 12:30-1p ET
• Breaking News: Trump's Supreme Court Pick Faces Senators' Questions. Aired 1:30-2p ET.
• Trump's Supreme Court Pick Faces Senators' Questions; Barrett: "No One Ever Talked About Any Case With Me" Before Nomination; Barrett Won't Say Whether A President Can Delay A Federal Election; Barrett: You Wouldn't Be Getting Justice Scalia, You'd Be Getting Me; Judge Barrett Asked About George Floyd Case. Aired 12-12:30p ET


October 12, 2020
• Did Not Air 3-4p ET
• Fauci Says Trump Campaign Twisted His Words; Supreme Court Confirmation Hearing in the Senate on Monday; Second Wave of Coronavirus in Europe; Europe Struggles With Surging Infections; U.K. PM Expected To Announce New Restrictions For England; India Surpasses 7 Million COVID-19 Cases; Nigeria Dissolves Police Unit Accused Of Brutality; Iran Tops 500,000 Cases, Reports Highest Daily Death Toll; Latin America And Caribbean Top 10 Million Cases; Jordan Imposes Lockdown For First Time In Months; L.A. Lakers Beat Miami Heat To Claim Championship; Rafael Nadal Claims 20th Major Title; Lewis Hamilton Wins Record-Equaling 91st Race; Sei Young Kim Claims Her First Major Title. Aired 2-3a ET
• U.S. President Claims Immunity from Virus; Trump Gets Ready for New Round of Campaign Rallies; Battle Intensifies Hours Before Barrett Confirmation Hearings; Top Scientist: U.K. Nearing a 'Tipping Point'; U.S. Reports 50,000 New Cases for Four Straight Days; Biden Silent on Adding Justices to Supreme Court; Qantas Sells out Sightseeing 'Flight to Nowhere'. Aired 12-1a ET
• President Trump Double Time Campaigning; Coronavirus in Iran Skyrocketed; Chef Feeds Millions of Indians; Nigerians Fed Up with SARS; Nadal 20th Win in 2020; Trump Back in Campaign Trail; Dr. Fauci Not a Politics Person; U.K. With New COVID Restrictions; Judge Amy Coney Barrett's Day One of Hearing; Europe Hit by a Second Wave; Young Generation Left to Survive. Aired 3-4a ET
• Europe's Second Wave Breaks; Trump Back On The Campaign Trail; US: October Coronavirus Numbers Equal August's; Speaking With COVID Trial Volunteers; Famous New NYC Chef Feeds Indians From New York; Contentious Hearings to Begin Monday for Amy Coney Barrett; Optimism for New U.S. Stimulus Lifts Markets; Outbreak has Devastating Impact on Gen Z and Millennials; Nadal Overcomes Djokovic, Wins Record-Tying 20th Major. Aired 1-2a ET
• Confirmation Hearing for Judge Amy Coney Barrett; Infections Rising in 30+ States, 54,000 Cases on Saturday Alone; Kudlow on Stimulus, Mnuchin May Go Higher Than $2.2 Trillion Proposal. Aired 10- 10:30a ET
• Trump Downplays Virus, Says He's Immune; Trump Returning to Campaign Trail After COVID Diagnosis; Battle Intensifies Ahead of Barrett's Confirmation Hearings; Biden Silent on Adding Justices to Supreme Court; Protesters March Against Restrictions Across Europe; Boris Johnson Set to Introduce COVID Alert System; COVID-19 Cases on the Rise in Parts of Europe. Aired 4-4:30a ET
• Trump Returning to Campaign Trail After COVID Diagnosis; Trump Campaign Stand By Misleading Commercial; U.S. Schools Adapting to In- Person and Virtual Learning; Russia Reports 13,500+ New COVID-19 Cases; Volunteers in Britain Take Part in COVID-19 Vaccine Trials; Qantas Sells Out Sightseeing "Flight to Nowhere". Aired 4:30-5a ET
• Confirmation Hearing for Trump's Supreme Court Pick. Aired 8:50-9:30a ET
• Confirmation Hearings for Supreme Court Pick; U.S. Sees Highest Number of Cases; Trump to Hold Campaign Rally; Early In-Person Voting in Georgia; Financial Devastation for Many in Texas. Aired 9:30-10a
• Presidential Candidates Hit Swing States Today; Trump Pushes COVID Misinformation as He Returns to Campaign Trail; Biden Speaks on Economy in Ohio; Senate Confirmation Hearing for Supreme Court Nominee Amy Coney Barrett. Aired 1:30-2p ET
• Study Shows Death Rates in U.S. Higher than Expected in Spring/Summer; Early Data Shows Schools Don't Appear to be Major Spreaders of COVID-19; Biden to Hold Campaign Event in Toledo, Ohio. Aired 11:30-12p ET
• Trump Ad Misleads on Coronavirus; Interview with North Dakota Public Health Official; Pennsylvania Judge Throws Out GOP Voting Challenges. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• Live Coverage of Judge Amy Coney Barrett Nomination Statement; Hearing Loss May Result From COVID-19; President Trump Returns to Campaign Trail. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• Trump Heads To Iowa For Campaign Rally Wednesday; NFL: No New Positive COVID Tests Today For Patriots, Titans; Early In-Person Voting Begins Today In Georgia. Aired 12:30-1p ET
• Infections Rising in 30+ States, Nearly 400,000 Deaths Projected by February; Trump Pushes COVID Misinformation as He Returns to Campaign Trail; V.P. Nominee Speaks at Hearing for Trump's Supreme Court Pick. Aired 1-1:30p ET
• Joe Biden Slams President Donald Trump's Florida Rally; Polls Show Biden Leading Trump In PA, FL, No Clear Leader In NC, IA; Confirmation Hearing For Judge Barrett Underway; U.S. Seeing An Average Of Almost 50K New COVID-19 Cases Daily; President Donald Trump Heads To Iowa For Campaign Rally Wednesday. Aired 12-12:30p ET
• GOP Alarm: Vulnerable Senators Distance Themselves From Trump; Fake Ballot Drop Boxes Prompt Investigation In California; Thousands Worldwide Sign Up To Be Exposed To Coronavirus; Update On Coronavirus Responses Around The Country; No National Tracking Of School Reopenings After Two Months. Aired 2:30-3p ET
• Trump Returns To Campaign Trail For First Time Since COVID Diagnosis; Trump To Hold Campaign Events In FL, NC, IA And PA This Week; Joe Biden Travels To Ohio, Calls President's Florida Trip "Reckless;" Confirmation Hearings Underway For Judge Barrett. Aired 11-11:30a ET


October 11, 2020
• Physician Clears U.S. President to Return to Active Schedule; Key Model Projects over 394K U.S. COVID-19 Deaths by February; Biden Reaches across Political Divide in Pennsylvania; Trump Holds In-Person Event at White House Saturday; CNN Poll: Percentage of Americans Who Say They Would Get Vaccine Keeps Falling; Coronavirus in Europe; Iraqi Woman Survives COVID-19 with Help from Autistic Son; Trump's False Claims, Ballot Rules, Cyber Attacks Stoke Concerns; U.S. Seniors Increasingly Support Biden over Trump; North Korea Unveils Enormous Ballistic Missile; Soap Opera Actors Get Creative with Kissing Scenes. Aired 2-3a ET
• Biden Reaches across Political Divide in Pennsylvania; Physician Clears U.S. President to Return to Active Schedule; Coronavirus in Europe; Iraqi Woman Survives COVID-19 with Help from Autistic Son; Trump's False Claims, Ballot Rules, Cyber Attacks Stoke Concerns; Hunger in the Time of COVID-19; Hurricane Delta Aftermath. Aired 3-4a ET
• Biden Reaches Across Political Divide In Pennsylvania; Debate Canceled After Trump Refuses Virtual Format; Coronavirus In Europe; Ballot Rules, Cyber Attacks Stoke Concerns; Hurricane Delta Aftermath; North Korea Unveils Enormous Ballistic Missile; Cuba's Economy Suffers From COVID-19 Safety Measures. Aired 4-5a ET
• Key Model Projects Over 394,000 U.S. COVID-19 Deaths By February; Physician Clears U.S. President To Return To Active Schedule; Coronavirus In Europe; Iraqi Woman Survives COVID-19 With Help From Autistic Son; Biden Reaches Across Political Divide In Pennsylvania; New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern Hopes For Reelection; Hurricane Delta Aftermath. Aired 5-6a ET
• Fauci: Trump Ad Twisted My Words; White House Offers $1.8 Trillion Stimulus Offer; Biden Campaign Still Deflecting Court-Packing Questions; Senate Democrats Set To Question Judge Amy Coney Barrett; Former CDC Director Predicts More Death From Coronavirus In October; Airline Industry Needs Bailout From Stimulus Package. Aired 5-6p ET
• Dr. Fauci: Trump Ad Took His Words Out Of Context; Chuck Schumer Threatens Democrats Could Boycott Supreme Court Vote; Trump Chooses Denial As He's Set To Return To Campaign Trail; One Man Shot Dead In Denver; Vice Presidential Debate. Aired 4-5p ET
• Doctors Clear Trump To Leave Isolation; Fauci: Trump Campaign Took Me Out Of Context In New Ad; U.S. Daily Cases Hit 50,000-Plus For Four Consecutive Days; One Person Dead After Shooting Near Dueling Protests; Trump Again Spreads Baseless Claims About Election Integrity; American Royalty: Jackie Kennedy's Enduring Legacy. Aired 6-7p ET
• Trump Set To Return To Campaign Trail After Contracting COVID- 19; Judge Amy Coney Barrett's Supreme Court Confirmation Hearings Set To Begin Tomorrow; High Court To Hear Case On Religious Liberty Versus LGBTQ Rights; Dr. Fauci Says He Did Not Consent To Appear In New Trump Ad; Verbal Altercation Near Two Protests In Denver Ends With One Man Dead, Suspect In Custody; Pandemic Intensifies Struggles For America's Veterans. Aired 2-3p ET
• Donald Trump Set To Return To Campaign Trail After Contracting Coronavirus; Judge Amy Coney Barrett Stresses Late Justice Scalia's Influence In Opening Statement To Senate; Interview With Mayor Francis Suarez (R), Miami. Aired 3-4p ET
• Trump Holds First White House Event Since Coronavirus Diagnosis; Key Model Projects 394,000 U.S. COVID-19 Deaths by February 1st; Biden Continues to Reach Across Political Divide in Pennsylvania; Louisiana Residents Hit Hard by Back-to-Back Storms. Aired 12:30-1a ET
• Airline Industry Furloughs Thousands as Second Bailout Stalls; Calls For Notre Dame President to Resign After Maskless WH Visit; Lindsey Graham Goes from Trump Critic to Trump Defender; Storm Brings Heavy Rain, Floods, Tornadoes to Southeast US. Aired 1-2a ET


October 10, 2020
• POTUS' Health Status a Top Secret; Trump to Conduct Another Super Spreader Event; Coronavirus Surges in France; Fighting Reported Hours before Armenia- Azerbaijan Cease-Fire; Hurricane Delta Batters U.S. Gulf Coast; World Food Programme Honored with Nobel Peace Prize. Aired 3-3:30a ET
• Trump to Conduct Another Super Spreader Event; Hurricane Delta Batters Gulf Coast; Terrorism Charges Filed against 13 in Michigan Governor Kidnap Plot; POTUS' Health Status a Top Secret; Coronavirus Surges in France; Young Generations Face COVID-19 Devastation; NFL Reschedules Games for Second Week. Aired 4-5a ET
• Trump Aborts Second Debate; Trump to Conduct Another Super Spreader Event; Hurricane Delta Batters Gulf Coast; Judge Blocks Texas Governor's Ballot Box Order; Terrorism Charges Filed against 13 in Michigan Governor Kidnap Plot; Experts Warn of COVID-19 Resurgence; Coronavirus Surges in Europe; North Korea Celebrates Ruling Party Anniversary; Armenia-Azerbaijan Cease-Fire Takes Effect; World Food Programme Honored with Nobel Peace Prize. Aired 5-6a ET
• President Trump Invites Gathering at White House Event before Planning to Hit Campaign Trail Despite Recent Coronavirus Diagnosis; Democratic Presidential Candidate Joe Biden Criticizes President Trump for White House Event; Number of Coronavirus Cases in U.S. Jumps Up; Tropical Storm Delta Hits Parts of Louisiana; Six Suspects Face Federal Kidnapping Charges for Plot to Kidnap Michigan Governor Gretchen Whitmer; North Korea Unveils Massive New Intercontinental Ballistic Missile; European Countries Experiencing New Increases of Coronavirus Cases. Aired 10-11a ET
• Soon: Infected Trump Opens White House To Guests As Virus Flares; Delta Downgraded To Tropical Depression, Flood Risk Still High; Next Debate Officially Canceled After Infected Trump Refuses Virtual Format; U.S. Reports Highest Single-Day Case Count In Two Months; President Of Notre Dame Faces Backlash After COVID Diagnosis; Pelosi On Stimulus Offer: Trump's Proposal "Two Steps Back". Aired 11a-12p ET
• President Trump Speaks To Crowd At White House Event Despite Recent Coronavirus Diagnosis; President Trump Plans To Resume Campaigning; Democratic Presidential Candidate Joe Biden Criticizes President Trump For White House Event; Model Predicts Nearly 395,000 Coronavirus Deaths In United States By February Of 2021; New Study Highlights Negative Economic Impact Of Coronavirus Pandemic On Low- Income Black And Hispanic Households; Republican Senators Reject White House Proposal For Economic Stimulus Bill. Aired 2-3p ET
• Now: Infected Trump Opens WH To Guests, Two Weeks After Super Spreader Event In Rose Garden; U.S. Added Over 57,000 New Coronavirus Cases Yesterday; Thirteen People Charged In Alleged Plot To Kidnap Michigan Gov. Whitmer; Federal Judge Rejects GOP Fears Of Voter Fraud. Aired 12-1p ET
• Infected Trump Invites Thousands To White House, Two Weeks After Super Spreader Event In Rose Garden; White House To Say When Trump Last Tested Negative; Influential COVID Model Predicts Almost 395,000 Deaths By February; Economic Crisis Leaves Families Struggling To Buy Food; Dr. Deepak Chopra Discusses Mental Health Amid Pandemic & Economic Crisis. Aired 1-2p ET
• Ignoring Risks, Infected Trump Holds Event At White House, Addresses Crowd From White House Balcony; Dr. Megan Ranney Discusses Trump Touting Unproven COVID Antibody Treatment As "Cure"; Federal Judge Blocks Order Limiting Ballot Drop Boxes In Texas. Aired 3-4p ET
• COVID-Infected Trump Holds Event At White House; Rep. James Clyburn (D-SC) Is Interviewed About Trump Addressing Crowd From White House Balcony; Biden: Republicans Are the Ones Packing The Supreme Court; New Details Emerge About Alleged Plot To Kidnap Michigan Governor; Election Security Outlook With 24 Days To Go; Arizona GOP Senator Distances Herself From Trump As Senate Race Heats Up. Aired 4- 5p ET
• Trump Gives Divisive Speech From White House In First Public Appearance Since His Coronavirus Diagnosis; Rep. Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) Pushes Giving Congress A Role In Removing Presidents; Trump Sows Doubt About Election Integrity As Polls Show Him Trailing; Chris Christie Leaves Hospital A Week After Testing Positive; New IHME Model Projects Over 180,000 Additional Americans Will Die Of COVID By February 1st. Aired 5-6p ET


October 09, 2020
• Did Not Air 3-4p ET
• Trump Campaign Flip-Flops on Second Debate; 13 Charged in Alleged Plot to Kidnap Michigan Governor; COVID-19 and the Impact on Mental Health; Investigation Reveals Forced Labor in the Production of Hair Products; Hurricane Delta Heads for Shore; Bill Gates Speaks out on the State of the Pandemic. Aired 12-12:45a ET
• President Trump Back to Rallies; U.K. Classify COVID Restrictions; FBI Caught Plot Against Gov. Whitmer; Gov. Whitmer Calls Out Trump Over Violence; Doctors Clear Trump For Public Events On Saturday; U.S. House Speaker Questions Trump's State; In Reversal, Trump Says He's Interested In Stimulus Deal; Hurricane Delta Strengthens To Category Three; Hurricanes Batter U.S. Gulf Coast As Wildfires Scorch West; CNN Investigates On Hair Business; Hundreds Arrested In Jakarta At Protest Over Labor Law; The Fly In The Room. Aired 3-4a ET
• Trump Falsely Claims He's Cured, Eager to Resume Rallies; Trump Campaign Wants Second Debate But Not Virtual; White House Won't Say When Trump Last Tested Negative; Pelosi is Open to Talks, But Deal Must Be Comprehensive; 13 Charged in Alleged Plot to Kidnap Michigan Governor; Hurricane Delta Strengthens to Category 3. Aired 4-4:30a ET
• Trump To Start Rallies Again; FBI Thwarts Plan To Kidnap Governor; When Was Trump's Last Negative COVID Test? U.S. COVID Infection Rates Trend Up Again; Medical Journal Breaks Tradition, Backs Presidential Candidate; U.S. Imposes Sweeping New Sanctions on Iran's Banks; Hurricane Delta Strengthens to Category 3; Interview with Prince William. Aired 1-2a ET
• Trump Planning Rally Tomorrow, Won't Say if He was Tested This Week; Louisiana Bracing for Fourth Hurricane of the Year; Plot to Kidnap Michigan Governor Exposed as Political Tension Roils Nation. Aired 10-10:30a ET
• CDC Now Projects Up to 233,000 U.S. Deaths by October 31; Orthodox Community Protests Business, Religious Restrictions; Trump Promises Green Light for Experimental Drug; Europe Struggles as Second Wave Hits Continent; Bars, Gyms, Sports Centers to Close in Four French Cities; COVID-19 and the Impact on Mental Health; U.S. Vice Presidential Debate Dominated by An Insect. Aired 4:30-5a ET
• Plot to Kidnap Michigan Governor; Lt. Gov. Garlin Gilchrist (D- MI) is Interviewed about the Plot Against the Governor; Increase in Coronavirus Cases; House to Introduce Presidential Health Commission. Aired 9:30-10a ET
• Interview with New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo (D); Interview with YouTube CEO Susan Wojcicki. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• Hurricane Delta Takes Aim at Louisiana, 4th to Do So this Season; Update on Coronavirus Responses Around the Country; Jewish Journalist Assaulted, Called "Nazi" During Orthodox Protest; Another Wild, Consequential Week 25 Days Before the Election; Source: Trump Not Expected to Travel This Weekend After All. Aired 1:30-2p ET
• Trump Plans to Hold Rally Tomorrow, Won't Say if He was Tested This Week; Trump Allegedly Urge FDA to Quickly Clear Regeneron Antibody Treatment; Louisiana Braces for Fourth Hurricane of the Year; Thirteen Charged in Domestic Terror Plot to Kidnap Michigan Governor Whitmer. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• Trump Wants Rally Tomorrow, Won't Say if He's been Tested this Week; Majority of States are Seeing Rising Number of Cases; Trump Struggles with Coughs during TV Interview. Aired 11-11:30a ET
• CNN: Barrett Did Not Disclose Talks Hosted By Anti-Abortion Groups; Michigan AG: Domestic Terrorism Is A Problem Across America; Trump: There's Just A "Lingering Thing" From COVID-19 Infection. Aired 12:30-1p ET
• Louisiana Bracing for Fourth Hurricane of the Year; Biden Takes His Campaign Messaging on the Road to Nevada; Europe Leads U.S. in Single Day Infection Surge. Aired 11:30-12p ET
• Pence Claims Trump Listens to Scientists Despite Evidence He Doesn't; Calls for Notre Dame President's Resignation after Maskless White House Visit; Pelosi Pushes Bill Giving Congress Roll in Removing Presidents; What a Trump Reelection Would Mean to U.S. Allies & Enemies. Aired 2:30-3p ET
• Trump Moves Travel Date Earlier as Questions Remain; Hurricane Delta to Make Landfall Tonight; President Trump Continues Governor Whitmer Attacks After Foiled Kidnapping Plot. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• President Trump Says He is Now Recovered from Coronavirus; Thirteen Were Charged in Alleged Plot to Kidnap Michigan Governor; Hurricane Delta Strengthens to Category 3; U.S. Imposes New Sanctions on Iran's Financial Sector; Nancy Pelosi Pushes New Bill To Determine Whether Trump Is Capable To Serve As President Of USA; Olympics Delay Could Save Diver's Comeback. Aired 2-3a ET
• Germany Sees Worrying Jump In COVID Cases; Majority Of States Are Seeing Rising Number Of Cases; Trump Wants Rally Tomorrow, Won't Say If He's Been Tested This Week. Aired 12-12:30pET
• Trump Says He's Better, Signals Return to Campaign Trail; Fox Says, Network Doc to Conduct Medical Evaluation on Trump; Hurricane Delta Takes Aim at Louisiana, Fourth to do so This Season. Aired 1- 1:30p ET


October 08, 2020
• Did Not Air 12-1a ET
• Did Not Air 1-2a ET
• Did Not Air 2-3a ET
• Did Not Air 3-4a ET
• Did Not Air 3-4p ET
• Trump Says He Won't Waste Time on Virtual Debate, Wants to Hold Rallies; Trump Unleashes, Attacks Kamala Harris, Says He Doesn't Think He's Contagious and Repeats False Claims on Voting; 25 States Reporting Rise in COVID Cases, Only Two Seeing a Decline. Aired 10- 10:30a ET
• 25 States See Increase in New Cases, 23 Steady, Two Trend Down; Pence and Harris Clash over Coronavirus as Pandemic Worsens; CNN Reports, Biden Crosses 270 Threshold in New Electoral Outlook Map. Aired 11:30a-12p ET
• FBI Says, Militia Plotted to Kidnap Michigan Governor, Overthrow Government. Aired 1-1:30p ET
• Trump Declares he won't Appear for Virtual Debate; Pence and Harris Trade Jabs at V.P. Debate; Trump Touts Regeneron Antibody Cocktail as COVID-19 "Cure". Aired 11-11:30a ET
• Vice Presidential Debate Clash; Unemployment Numbers for Last Week; New York's New COVID Plan; New Reporting on Pence; Watches and Warnings on the Gulf Coast. Aired 9:30-10a
• Wisconsin to Construct Pop-Up Hospital; Interview with Former Senator Carol Moseley Braun (D-IL); Veteran Unemployment Quadrupled During Pandemic. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• Trump Calls Senator Kamala Harris a Monster and Communist; Trump Refuses Virtual Debate, May Hold Rallies Instead; Trump Doesn't Believe He's Contagious; Trump Describes Kamala Harris As No Competition for VP Pence in VP Debate in Salt Lake City. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• FBI: Militia Plotted to Kidnap Michigan Governor, Overthrow Government; Biden Campaign Rejects Trump Demand to Delay 2nd Debate; Trump Calls Harris "Unlikeable" and "Communist" in Sexist Attacks; White House Refuses to Say When Trump Last Tested Negative; AJC: White House Chief of Staff Hosted Lavish Wedding in Atlanta Despite Restrictions; 50+ Million American Watch V.P. Debate, Up Big from 2016. Aired 1:30-2p ET
• Biden: Will Take Voter Questions If Trump Won't Do Virtual Debate; Feds Charge Six Men Accused In Plot To Kidnap Michigan Governor; 10 Million Plus Under Watches, Warnings As Delta Strengthens In Gulf. Aired 12:30-1p ET
• FBI Intervenes in Michigan Governor Kidnapping Plot; Biden Campaign Rejects Trump's Rescheduling Proposal; Rep. Nancy Pelosi (D- CA) Questions Trump's Judgment. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• Half Of The United States Trending In Wrong Direction; Trump Wants To Resume Rallies, Says "I Don't Think I'm Contagious"; Trump's Doctor Offer Little Info On His Condition; De Blasio: NYC Can Stop "Full-Blown Second Wave"; Second Presidential Debate Will Be Held Virtually, Biden Says He Will Participate, Trump Says He Won't. Aired 12-12:30p ET
• Trump Launches Sexist Attack, Calls Harris "A Monster" & "Unlikeable"; Interview with Sean Penn on Scathing Message to Trump; Ex-Trump & GOP Fundraiser Charged with Conspiracy by Feds; Update on Coronavirus Responses Across the Country. Aired 2:30-3p ET


October 07, 2020
• Did Not Air 3-4p ET
• Stimulus Bill on Hold; Stock Markets Rattled by Political Uncertainty; V.P. Mike Pence and Sen. Kamala Harris Face Off; Hurricane Delta on its Way to Mexico; White House Chaotic as COVID-19 Spreads; Genetic Information could Shed Light on White House Outbreak; Trump's Team Refuses to Reveal Last Negative Test Date; Kloots, Trump's Comments Like a Gut Punch; Pentagon Leaders Quarantining after COVID-19 Exposure; Fauci Could See 400,000 Virus Deaths this Winter; Mother Struggles to Feed Family after Losing Job; COVID-19 Rise Across Europe; Boris Johnsons Denies COVID-19 Robbed Him of His Mojo; Chemical Weapons Watchdog Claims Nerve Agent in Navalny's Blood; Rock Legend Eddie Van Halen Dies. Aired 3-4a ET
• COVID-19 Spreads through Trump Administration; Fed Chair Calls for More Stimulus to Keep Recovery Going; U.S.: Unsafe Intercepts in Skies over the Black Sea; National Security Concerns as U.S. Military Officials Tested Positive for COVID-19; Eddie Van Halen Dies of Cancer; Michelle Obama Makes Closing Argument for Joe Biden; White House Under Fire for COVID Response One Night Before VP Debate. Aired 12-12:45a ET
• Tonight, Pence, Harris Face Off in Vice Presidential Debate; Former CIA and NSA Director Gen. Michael Hayden Endorses Biden; Trump Ends Stimulus Talks as Nation and White House Fight Outbreaks. Aired 10-10:30a ET
• Trump Adviser Stephen Miller Positive for COVID-19; Trump Suspends Stimulus Talks Until After Election; Biden Calls for Unity at Key Civil War Battle Site; Pence and Harris to Face Off in Vice Presidential Debate; Germany Reports Highest Number of COVID Infections Since April; Europe Fights Second Wave with New Restrictions. Aired 4-4:30a ET
• COVID Spreads Through Trump Administration; Biden's Lead In The Polls Growing As Election Nears; Hurricane Delta Threatens Mexico's Beaches; US Markets Tumble After Trump Ends Stimulus Talks; Boris Johnson Denies COVID-19 Robber Him Of His Mojo; Nerve Agent In Navalny's Blood; Mother Struggles To Feed Family After Losing Job; Biden Call For Unity; New Safety Precautions To Be Implemented At The VP Debate; Top US Officials Release New Video On Election; Trump's Illness Raises Questions About Governing; Rock Legend Eddie Van Halen Dead At 65. Aired 1-2a ET
• Category 4 Hurricane Barrels toward Cancun; COVID-19 Spreads through Trump Administration; Senior Pentagon Leadership in Quarantine; JHU: U.S. Surpasses 7.5 Million Infections; Fed Chair Calls for More Stimulus to Keep Recovery Going; Registration, Early Voting Suggest Heavy Turnout; China's Global Reputation Plunges in Wake of Pandemic. Aired 2-2:45a ET
• Concerns Grow for White House Staff as COVID Spreads; First Lady's Office Reveals COVID Safety Precautions; Mother Struggles to Feed Family After Losing Job; Delta Now Category 3 Hurricane as It Nears Yucatan Peninsula; Rock Legend Eddie Van Halen Dies. Aired 4:30- 5a ET
• Trump Halts Stimulus Talks; Hurricane Delta Hits Mexico; Health Care Workers Call on Trump; Trump and the White House Fight Outbreaks. Aired 9:30-10a
• Trump Ends Stimulus Talks as Nation and White House Fight Outbreaks; Mike Pence, Kamala Harris Face Off in Vice Presidential Debate, Trump Accuses FDA of Political Sabotage; GOP Senator McSally Stops Short of Saying She's "Proud" to Support Trump; Stimulus Talks Between President Trump and House Speaker Nancy Pelosi Ends Abruptly; Pence, Harris Face Off in Vice Presidential Debate Tonight. Aired 9- 9:30a ET
• Outbreak Grows at White House as Trump Upends Stimulus Talks; McConnell Blames 'Risky Behaviors' Away from Hill for Senate Infections; Trump says he's Looking Forward to Debate Next Week. Aired 11-11:30a ET
• Legal Cases to Suppress Voting Continue Around the Country; Interview with Association of Flight Attendants International President Sara Nelson; Interview with Commission on Presidential Debates Co-Chair Frank Fahrenkopf. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• Trump Halts Stimulus Negotiations Only To Reverse Course Hours Later; CNN Poll: Amy Coney Barrett Remains A Deeply Divisive Court Pick; GOP's McSally Dodges Question On Support Of Trump. Aired 12:30- 1p ET
• Op-Ed: Trump's Infection Shows His "Masculinity" Is a Farce; Fauci Warns 400,000 Americans May Die from COVID-19 By End of Year; Update on Coronavirus Responses from Around the Country; NYT: Trump Officials Were "Driving Force" Behind Zero-Tolerance Child Separation Policy. Aired 1:30-2p ET
• After Halting Stimulus Talks, Trump Urges Congress to Pass Relief; Tonight, Pence, Harris Face Off in Vice Presidential Debate; E.U. Nations Struggle with Second COVID-19 Wave Ahead of Winter. Aired 11:30-12p ET
• White House Evading Some Questions Over Trump's COVID-19 Diagnosis; Gold Star Families Quarantining After White House Event; Interview with Furloughed Flight Attendant Breaunna Ross. Aired 2- 2:30p ET
• Trump's Erratic Behavior Escalates During COVID Infection; Trump Spurs Stimulus Chaos as Americans Fight to Survive; Ex-Cop Derek Chauvin Posts $1 Million Bail, to be Released. Aired 1-1:30p ET
• Trump Attempting to Portray Strength Following Coronavirus Infection Infuriates Some Medical Experts; Dr. Amy Cho Discusses Her Response to Trump: "We Are Afraid" of This Virus; Stakes Are High in Tonight's Vice-Presidential Debate; McSally Struggled with Question in Debate on Her Support for Trump; Michael Hayden Endorses Biden, Issues Warning Against Trump in Scathing Video; NC Teacher Dies Day after Testing Positive, Students Quarantined; Update on Coronavirus Responses from Around the World. Aired 2:30-3p ET
• West Wing Staffers Prepare "Isolation Cart" For Trump's Return; Washington, D.C. Seeing Spike In Coronavirus Cases; Trump Says He Is Looking Forward To Debate Next Week; White House Press Secretary: "Not Sure" When Trump Last Tested Negative; Tonight: Pence And Harris To Face Off In Vice Presidential Debate. Aired 12-12:30p ET


October 06, 2020
• Did Not Air 3-4p ET
• Trump Back at White House Despite Still Having COVID-19; Polls Showing Who Don't Believe White House on Trump's Health; Biden Slams Trump on Twitter for Removing Mask; Trump, Don't be Afraid of COVID; Biden Pledges to Reassess U.S. Relations with Saudi Arabia; Rising Toll in Conflict Between Armenia and Azerbaijan; U.S. Stocks Market Rally; Tropical Storm Delta Strengthens into Hurricane; Prize in Medicine Awarded for Discovery of Hepatitis C; President Trump Back to the White House; No Confirmation Who Gave Trump a Green Light; FDA Won't Be Deterred by Politics; Joe Biden Send Wishes to Trump; U.K. Explains Unreported Data; Stricter Measures Imposed by French Government. Aired 3-4a ET
• Trump Back at White House Despite Still Having COVID-19; Questions Swirl Over White House Outbreak; New York City Schools in Worst-Hit Areas; Biden: Trump is Responsible for Getting COVID; Poll: 69 Percent Don't Believe White House on Trump's Health. Aired 4-4:30a ET
• Trump Downplays Virus, Says, Don't be Afraid of COVID; Trump Downplays Virus despite 210,000 Deaths in U.S.; Michelle Obama Says, Vote for Biden Like Your Lives Depend On It. Aired 10-10:30a ET
• Trump Returns To White House; Recovering Trump Tells America Not To Worry About Coronavirus; 50,000 New Coronavirus Cases Friday And Saturday; WHO Believes 1 In 10 People Worldwide Have Been Infected; Trump's Doctors Unclear On Diagnosis; Polls: 69 percent Don't Believe White House on Trump's Health; U.S. Voters Express Concerns Ahead of Election Day; U.S. Stock Market Looks to Extend Strong Rally; Armenia, Azerbaijan Accuse Each of Attacks on Civilians; Delta Quickly Strengthens to Category 1. Aired 1-2a ET
• President Trump, Still Infected, Returns to the White House; Biden: Trump Is Responsible for Getting Coronavirus; COVID-19 Pandemic Worldwide; Trump, Still Infected, Returns to White House; Biden Pledges to Reassess U.S. Relations with Saudi Arabia; Venezuelan Leader Wishes Trump a Speedy Recovery; Delta Quickly Strengthens to Category 1 Hurricane; Trump Tweets 'Don't Be Afraid of COVID' on Day U.S. Deaths Pass 210,000. Aired 12-1a ET
• Trump Back at White House Despite Still Have COVID-19; President's Physician Under the Microscope; W.H.O. Says One in 10 Worldwide May Have Contracted COVID-19; Bars in Paris Close in Effort to Combat Virus; Armenia, Azerbaijan Accuse Each Other of Attacks on Civilians; U.S. Stocks React as Trump Returns to the White House; U.S. Voters Express Concerns Ahead of Election Day. Aired 4:30-5a ET
• President Trump, Still Infected, Returns to the White House; COVID-19 Pandemic Worldwide; Nagorno-Karabakh Conflict; U.S. Stock Market Looks to Extend Strong Rally; Groups Sue Texas Governor over Ballot Drop-off Locations. Aired 2-2:45a ET
• Michelle Obama Highlights Importance of 2020 Voting; Hunger Crisis Worsens as Employment Questions Remain; Election Decisions Reversing on Appeal. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• Trump Back at the White House, Again Downplays the Virus; White House Declines CDC Offer to Help with Contact Tracing; President Trump Returns to the White House from Hospital; Biden Suggests Trump is Responsible for Contracting Coronavirus; Pelosi, Mnuchin to Hold Stimulus Talks Again Today. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• Michelle Obama Video for Biden; NYC Close Schools; Outbreak at White House Raises Concerns; Aired 9:30-10a
• Teen Who Lost Family to COVID: Trump's Tweet "Slap in the Face"; Doctor: Trump Reports "No Symptoms" Today, Vitals "Stable"; Coronavirus Updates from Across the Country; Wild, Consequential Week with Just 28 Days Until Election. Aired 1:30-2p ET
• CNN Poll: Biden Widens National Lead Over Trump; Senior Pentagon Leadership Quarantining After Exposure To COVID-19; Pence & Harris To Be Separated By Plexiglass At VP Debate. Aired 12:30-1p ET
• Michelle Obama Delivers Closing Argument for Joe Biden; White House Declines CDC Offers to Help with Contact Tracing; Early Voting Begins Today in Ohio, Indiana, County Clerk Offices in New Mexico. Aired 11:30-12p ET
• FOX & Trump Spinning the Lethality of COVID with Propaganda; Biden Takes Biggest Lead Yet in New CNN Poll; Michelle Obama Video Urges Vote for Biden, Calls Trump's Actions "Morally Wrong" and "Racist"; Biden to Speak on Unity, Race Equality at Gettysburg; Widow of Broadway Star Nick Cordero to Trump: "Have Some Empathy"; Remembering the Lives Lost to Coronavirus. Aired 2:30-3p ET
• No Trump Briefing Today as Joint Chiefs of Staff Begin Quarantine; Interview with Former Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius; Interview with Former White House Staff. Aired 2- 2:30p ET
• CNN Source: Trump Considering Address To The Nation; Trump's Doctor: President May Not Be "Out Of The Woods"; White House Coronavirus Cluster Keeps Growing; Twenty-Two States Report Upward Trend In New COVID-19 Cases; CNN Poll: Percentage Who Say They Would Get A COVID-19 Vaccine Drops. Aired 12-12:30p ET
• Doctor Says, Trump Reports No Symptoms Today, Vitals Stable; Source Says, Nervousness Has Elevated Among White House Residence Staff. Aired 1-1:30p ET
• CNN Poll: Biden Builds National Lead as Election Looms; Trump Continues to Downplay Coronavirus after Leaving Hospital; Trump Tweets He's "Feeling Great" and Looking Forward to Debate Next Week. Aired 11-11:30a ET


October 05, 2020
• Did Not Air 3-4p ET
• Trump Takes Joyride to Wave to Supporters Despite COVID-19; Doctors: Trump Could Be Discharged as Early as Monday; Lack of Transparency Raises Questions on Trump's Condition; Vatican Says It's Praying for President Trump; Biden to Continue In-Person Campaign Activities; Inside the Lab that Created Russia's COVID-19 Vaccine. Aired 12-12:45a ET
• Trump Takes Motorcade to Wave to Supporters; White House Lack of Transparency on Trump's Health and Whereabouts; Joe Biden to Frequently Test for COVID-19; Trump Takes Joyride To Wave At Supporters Despite COVID-19; U.S. Sees Most Cases In Five-Day Period Since August; U.K. Admits It Failed To Report More Than 15,000 Cases; Paris Bars To Close As Virus Threat Rises; English Premier League: Sunday Matches Send Shockwaves Through League; NBA Finals: Jimmy Butler Leads Miami Heat To Game 3 Victory; German Bundesliga: Lewandowski Nets 4 To Give Bayern Late Win; French Open: Zverev Says He Was "Completely Sick" In Loss; French Open: Seeds Continue To Fall In Women's Draw; French Open: Nadal, Djokovic On Collision Course. Aired 2-3a ET
• White House Says, Decision on Trump's Discharge from Hospital to be Made Later Today; Fauci Says, Everyone at Rose Garden Event Should Absolutely be Contacted by Contact Tracers. Aired 10-10:30a ET
• Trump Take Joyride to Wave at Supporters Despite COVID-19; Doctors: Trump Given Steroid as Oxygen Levels Dropped; Biden to Ramp Up COVID-19 Testing During Campaign; Parts of NYC Seeing Coronavirus Resurgence; U.K. Failed to Report More Than 15,000 New Cases; Bars in Paris to Close as Cases Spike; Cineworld Confirms Temporary Closure of U.S. and U.K. Cinemas. Aired 4-4:30a ET
• White House Press Secretary Tests Positive for Coronavirus; Trump's Doctor Says, Expected Findings in President's Lung Tests; Joe Biden Travels to Florida After Negative COVID Test. Aired 11:30a-12p ET
• Trump Takes Joyride to Wave at Supporters Despite COVID-19; Biden Leads Trump in Polls of Key Swing States; Israel Creates Underground COVID-19 Hospital; Designers Navigate New Normal During Paris Fashion Week. Aired 4:30-5a ET
• Trump Does Public Drive By at Walter Reed; Trump Campaign Defends Safety Protocols; Markets Settle as Trump Convalesces; Trump Takes Joyride to Wave at Supporters Despite COVID-19; U.S. Sees Most Cases in Five-Day Period Since August; NYC Mayor Pushes to Close Non- essential Businesses in Hot Spots; Israel Creates Underground COVID-19 Hospital; Death of 19-Year-Old Woman Sparks Outrage in India. Aired 1- 2a ET
• Conflicting Messages Raise Concerns About President's Condition; Trump's Condition Based on Treatments He'd Received; Conflicting Messages from the White House Raise Concerns About President Trump's Health; New York City Considering New Lockdowns as COVID Cases Spike; Stocks Set to Rise as Investors Pay Close Attention to President Trump's Health. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• NYC to Reverse Reopenings; Biden Campaigns in Florida; Extra Precautions for VP Debate; Lawsuit over Texas Ballot Drop Boxes; Supreme Court Derailment Threat. Aired 9:30-10a
• New York Prepares for Partial Shutdown; NFL Reschedules Games Due to COVID-19 Diagnoses; Protections Will Be in Place for Election Day Poll Safety. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• David Priess, Former CIA Intelligence Agent & Author, Discusses Trump's "Irresponsible" Decision to Take Drive By at Walter Reed; New York Governor Orders Schools in Hot Spots in NYC to Close Tomorrow; President's Doctor Under Fire for Misleading Public on Trump's Condition; Dr. Fauci "Disturbed" and "Concerned" about Number of New Cases Ahead of Cold Months; Dr. Tom Nichols Discusses Case Surge in U.S. & Wisconsin Seeing Record-High Number of Cases; White House Press Secretary Kayleigh McEnany, 2 Aides Test Positive. Aired 1:30-2p ET
• Trump Attempts to Show Strength in Surprise Photo-op; Uncertainty over Trump's Condition after Joyride around Hospital; Trump Claims He's Learned a Lot about COVID as a Patient. Aired 11- 11:30a ET
• White House Press Staff Sparse Today; President May Have Been Contagious at Debate with Biden; Interview with Former Secret Service Agent. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• NYT Reporter With COVID-19: I Have Not Been Contacted By White House; Biden To Campaign Today In Florida After Testing Negative; Trump Tells Supporters To "Go Into The Polls And Watch". Aired 12:30- 1p ET
• Pence Not in Quarantine After Being Exposed to COVID; President's Doctor Under Fire for Misleading Public on Trump's Condition; White House Refuses to Say When Trump Last Tested Negative; Trump Tweets That He's Leaving Hospital Tonight. Aired 2:30-3p ET
• Biden: I'll Do Whatever The Experts Say On Participating In Next Debate; WH Press Secretary Kayleigh McEnany Tests Positive For Coronavirus; Uncertainty Over Trump's Condition After Joyride Around Hospital; White House Refuses To Say When Trump Last Tested Negative; U.S. Averaging More Than 43,000 New Cases Daily; Fauci: Contact Tracers Should Absolutely Contact WH Event Attendees. Aired 12-12:30p ET
• White House Press Secretary Kayleigh McEnany, Two Aides Test Positive For COVID; Doctors Warn Of Potential Side Effects Of Drug Trump Is Taking; Walter Reed Doc Slams Trump's Stunt, Says, Irresponsibility Is Astounding. Aired 1-1:30p ET
• President Trump Leaves Walter Reed Despite Risk; Medical Team Gave Trump a Green Light; Joe Biden Extra Cautious in Campaigning; COVID Cases Went Unreported in U.K.; Paris With More Tighter Restrictions; President Trump Takes Joyride to Wave at Supporters Despite COVID-19; Global Markets React to President Trump's COVID-19 Infection; Cineworld Confirms Temporary Closure of U.S. and U.K. Cinemas; An Underground Parking Garage is Being Used to Treat Coronavirus in Israel; Designers Navigate New Normal During Paris Fashion Week. Aired 3-4a ET


October 04, 2020
• White House Sows Confusion About Trump's Condition; How White House Rose Garden Gathering Likely Became a Superspreader Event; Senate GOP's Third Positive COVID-19 Case Threatens Quick Barrett Confirmation; Biden Slams Trump over Handling of Pandemic; Coronavirus Cases Worldwide; COVID-19 and the NFL. Aired 12-1a ET
• White House Sows Confusion About Trump's Condition; Biden Slams Trump over Handling of Pandemic; Trump Diagnosis Affects Suburban Voters; Coronavirus Pandemic Worldwide; COVID-19 and the NFL. Aired 1- 2a ET
• White House Sows Confusion About Trump's Condition; How White House Rose Garden Gathering Likely Became a Superspreader Event; Biden Slams Trump over Handling of Pandemic; U.S. Coronavirus Deaths Could Number 2,900 Daily by December. Aired 2-3a ET
• White House Sows Confusion About Trump's Condition; How White House Rose Garden Gathering Likely Became a Superspreader Event; Senate GOP's Third Positive COVID-19 Case Threatens Quick Barrett Confirmation; Trump Diagnosis Affects Suburban Voters; China Reacts to Trump's Positive COVID-19 Test; California Fires Take Nearly 4 Million Acres in 2020; CNN Bids Farewell to Natalie Allen. Aired 3-4a ET
• Did Not Air. 5-6a ET
• White House Sows Confusion About Trump's Condition; How White House Rose Garden Gathering Likely Became A Superspreader Event; Trump Diagnosis Affects Suburban Voters; China Reacts To Trump's Positive COVID-19 Test; U.S. Coronavirus Deaths Could Number 2,900 Daily By December. Aired 4-5a ET
• No Clear Picture Of President's Health As Questions Loom After Briefing; Schumer Says It Makes No Sense To Rush Barrett Hearing; Non- Essential Businesses In Parts Of NYC May Have To Close Again. Aired 3- 4p ET
• Questions Regarding Trump's Health After His Doctors' Press Briefing; Trump Releases Twitter Video From Hospital Room; Trump Rides Motorcade Outside Walter Reed To Greet Supporters And Reporters. Aired 5-6p ET
• No Clear Picture Of President's Health As Questions Loom After Medical Team Briefing; Schumer: Supreme Court Confirmation Hearings Should be Delayed; President's Illness Causing Ripple Effects on Both Campaigns; World Leaders Send Best Wishes for Trump's Recovery. Aired 2-3p ET
• No Clear Picture Of President's Health As Questions Loom After Medical Team Briefing; Super Spreader Event; President's Health; New York Proposing Non-essential Closings; Biden Campaign Stays On Message; Virtual Fitness Class. Aired 4-5p ET
• Trump Returns To Walter Reed After Photo-Op Visit To Supporters Outside. Aired 6-7p ET
• No Clear Picture of President's Health as Questions Loom After Doctors Briefing; Medical Experts Express Deepening Concerns About President's Health; As COVID-19 Pandemic Spreads So Does Food Insecurity; What Happens if President Becomes Too Sick to Govern?; Non-Essential Businesses in Some Parts of New York City May Have to Close. Aired 1-2p ET


October 03, 2020
• Trump Hospitalized; Reassurance from Pentagon; More COVID-19 Cases in White House and Campaign. Aired 4-5a ET
• Did Not Air 5-6a ET
• President Trump Goes to Walter Reed Medical Center After Testing Positive for COVID-19; President Trump's Physician to Give Press Conference on President's Condition; President Trump Reportedly Receiving Treatment to Reduce Hospital Stay Due to Coronavirus; Biden Campaign Pulls Negative Ads Due to President Trump's COVID-19 Diagnosis; Republican Senator Ron Johnson Tests Positive for Coronavirus; Voters in Michigan React to President Trump's COVID-19 Diagnosis; State and City Leaders across U.S. Emphasize Importance of Coronavirus Issue in Wake of President Trump's Diagnosis; World Leaders React to President Trump's Coronavirus Diagnosis. Aired 10-11a ET
• President Trump's Physician Gives Update On President's Condition And Treatment. Aired 11a-12p ET
• President Trump Hospitalized At Walter Reed Medical Center After Testing Positive For COVID-19; President Trump's Physicians Give Press Conference On President's Condition; President Trump Receiving Experimental Treatments For COVID-19; President Trump's Past Comments On Mask-Wearing Examined; Analyst Discusses Possible National Security Effects Of President Trump's COVID-19 Diagnosis; Historian Reviews Past Presidential Illnesses And White House Secrecy; Vice President Mike Pence And Senator Kamala Harris To Debate In Salt Lake City. Aired 2-3p ET
• President's Doctor: Trump Has Been Fever-Free For 24 Hours; Questions Arise About Timeline Of Trump's Illness; Former NJ Governor Chris Christie Tests Positive For COVID-19; Trump Not On Oxygen Now, WH Doctor Will Not Say He Never Was. Aired 12-1p ET
• President's Doctor: Trump Has Been Fever-Free For 24 Hours; Trump's Doctor Issues Clarification On Timeline As Questions Loom About President's Condition; Leader McConnell Seeks To Push Senate Floor Activity Back Two Weeks As Graham Plans To Proceed With Barrett Confirmation Hearings; Pence's Plan To Campaign Next Week Could Put Him & Continuity Of Government At Risk As Trump Fights Infection; Biden Campaign Pulls Negative Ads On Trump, Trump Team Not Doing Same; Trump Team's COVID-19 Infections Raise Questions About Air Force One. Aired 3-4p ET
• Former New Jersey Governor Chris Christie Tests Positive For COVID; Source Tells Reporters The President's Vitals Over Last 24 Hours Were Concerning, Next 48 Hours Will Be Critical; More Questions Than Answers As Trump's True Condition Remains Unclear; Questions Arise About Timeline Of Trump's Illness. Aired 1-2p ET
• Source: Trump Received Supplemental Oxygen Friday; Trump's Positive Test Renews Focus On Safety During Campaign Events And Debates; Biden Tests Negative, Continues On Campaign Trail As Trump Isolates; Leader McConnell Seeks To Push Senate Floor Activity Back Two Weeks As Graham Plans To Proceed With Barrett Confirmation Hearings; Trump's Positive COVID Test Could Have National Security Implications; NFL Hit By COVID Crisis. Aired 4-5p ET
• Trump Hospitalized At Walter Reed After COVID-19 Diagnosis; Biden Tests Negative For COVID-19; Kim Jong Un's Message To Trump. Aired 3-4a ET


October 02, 2020
• Did Not Air 12-1a ET
• Did Not Air 1-2a ET
• Did Not Air 2-3a ET
• Did Not Air 3-4a ET
• President Trump and First Lady Test Positive for Coronavirus; Biden will be Tested this Morning for Coronavirus. Aired 10-10:30a ET
• Biden Wishes Trump and First Lady a Swift Recovery; President Trump, First Lady Test Positive for Coronavirus. Aired 11:30-12p ET
• Markets Rattled over Trump; Presidential Line of Succession. Aired 9:30-10a ET
• President Trump Tests Positive for COVID a Month Before Election; Two More COVID Cases Reported at White House, Journalist and Press Staffer. Aired 1-1:30p ET
• Biden Tests Negative Following Debate With Trump; How Trump's COVID Infection Changes Campaign; President Trump Contracts COVID-19. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• President and Melania Trump Test Positive for COVID-19; Live Coverage of White House Chief of Staff Mike Meadows Press Conference; Interview with Sen. Chris Murphy (D-CT). Aired 10:30-11a ET
• GOP Senator Mike Lee Tests Positive After Visiting White House; Trump Campaign Postpones Events and Goes Virtual; White House Chief of Staff Says Trump Has Mild Symptoms of COVID; Pence Plans to Attend Debate Next Week; Source Close to White House Says Experimental Drugs an Option for Trump. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• Trump's Tests Positive after Recklessness Response to Virus; Amy Coney Barrett Was Diagnosed with COVID This Summer, Recovered; Lawmakers on Capitol Hill Respond to Trump, Senator Lee Testing Positive; Trump's Infection Throws Election into Chaos, Threatens Crisis; Campaign: All Planned Trump Events Postponed or Going Virtual, Dr. Jorge Rodriguez Discusses Trump Testing Positive, Exposure to Family and Others. Aired 1:30-2p ET
• President Trump and First Lady Test Positive for Coronavirus; President Trump and First Lady Test Positive for Coronavirus. Markets Rattled After President Trump Tests Positive for COVID-19. Aired 9- 9:30a ET
• Global Markets Rattled After Trump's Positive COVID-19 Test; Rep. Rodney Davis (R-IL) Is Interviewed About The Implementation On A Testing Regime In The W.H.; WH: Trump Has "Mild Symptoms" After Positive COVID-19 Test. Aired 12:30-1p ET
• Trump Postponing Rallies Following Diagnosis; Sen Mike Lee (R- UT) Positive for COVID-19; Mike Pence to Resume Scheduled Campaign Events. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• Dr. Richard Besser, Former Acting CDC Director, Discusses Trump Testing Positive for Coronavirus, Pence Testing Negative; Biden Tests Negative for COVID, Will Continue Campaign; Impact of Trump's Infection on Election, National Security; White House Official: Pence Still Plans to Attend Debate Despite Exposure; Trump Is Now 6th Head of State to Test Positive for COVID-19; CNN's Original Series, "First Ladies," Premiers Sunday at 10:00 P.M. Aired 2:30-3p ET
• Vice Pres Pence Tests Negative, Biden Awaiting Results; Pres. Trump Tests Positive For COVID-19; WH: Trump Has Mild Symptoms After Positive COVID-19 Test. Aired 12-12:30p ET
• President Trump and First Lady Test Positive for COVID, Barron Negative; Coronavirus Trends Moving in Wrong Direction Amid Trump Diagnosis; Top White House Staffers Mark Meadows, Dan Scavino Test Negative. Aired 11-11:30a ET


October 01, 2020
• Alexei Navalny Blames Putin for his Poisoning; Tokyo Stock Market Halted Over Technical Glitch; U.S. Wildfires Claiming 41 People as it Travels to West Coast; China's Golden Week to Test Country's Tourist Industry; South Africa Reopens Borders to Low-Risk Tourists; No Sail Oder Extended for Cruise Ship Through October; Rocket Strike Iraqi Based Housing U.S. Troops; Trump's Repeated False Claims About Voting; Obama Makes Surprise Virtual Appearance At NBA Finals; Allies on Clean-up Mode; President Trump Reaps Ramifications; Airline Industry Pleading for Aid; Countries Implement Different Pandemic Rules; Children Can be Super-Spreaders. Aired 3-4a ET
• Trump Launches Xenophobic Attacks after Failing Again to Condemn White Supremacy; 27 States Report Increase in New Cases in the Last Week; American, United to Cut 32,000 Jobs as Federal Aid Expires. Aired 10-10:30a ET
• Trump Tries to Claim Victory for Tuesday's Debate; Trump Refuses to Condemn White Supremacists During Debate; Trump's Debate Remark Appears to Bolster Far-Right Group; Tens of Thousands of U.S. Airline Workers Face Furloughs; CDC Extends No-Sail Order for Cruise Ships; U.S. Nears 207,000 Deaths, Tops 7.2 Million Plus Cases. Aired 4-4:30a ET
• 837,000 Americans Filed for First-Time Unemployment Benefits Last Week; Biden Makes Appeal to Swing State Voters Democrats Lost in 2016; Commission Mulls Changes for Presidential Debates. Aired 11:30a- 12p ET
• Pelosi and Mnuchin Discuss Bill; Airline Workers Face Job Cuts; Sen. John Barrasso (R-WY) is Interviewed about Trump's Comments, Elections, Coronavirus and a Stimulus Plan; Suspect Charged in Ambush in L.A. Aired 9:30-10a ET
• Trump Team Attempts Cleanup After First Debate with Biden; Trump and Biden Both Hit Campaign Trail After Chaotic Debate; 26 U.S. States Seeing Rise in Coronavirus Cases; Far-Right Group Proud Boys Celebrated Trump's Shoutout; South Africa Reopens Borders to Low-Risk- Tourists; China's "Golden Week" To Test Country's Tourist Industry; Tens of Thousands of Airline Workers Face Furloughs; Tokyo Stock Market Halted over Technical Glitch; At the Heart of Project Puffin; Raging Wildfires Threaten California Wine Country. Aired 1-2a ET
• Joe Biden: Trump's Conduct Was "National Embarrassment"; President Donald Trump Refuses To Explicitly Condemn White Supremacists Even As He Attempts Damage Control After Disastrous Debate; President Donald Trump Repeats Baseless Claims About Election Fraud; UK Prime Minister Threatens Severe New Measures Amid Second Wave; U.S. Colleges Report Thousands Of New Cases; China's 'Golden Week' to Test Country's Tourism Industry; Hot, Dry Weather Fueling Fires in California; Inventor Develops Coffin for Biodegradable Burials. Aired 12-1a ET
• Bob Woodward: We Have a Constitutional Problem; World Leader React to U.S. Presidential Debate; Alexey Navalny Blames Putin for His Poisoning; Rising Infections Prompt New Restrictions in Some Countries; Paris Cases Rise, Could Become Maximum Alert Zone; Boris Johnson: U.K. at Critical Moment; West Coast Fires Have Killed At Least 41 People. Aired 4:30-5a ET
• Trump Claims Debate Win, Aides Privately Disagree; Biden: Trump's Conduct Was "National Embarrassment"; Trump Attempts Cleanup After Refusing To Condemn White Supremacists During First Debate With Biden; Trump Claims He Doesn't Know Who Proud Boys Are; Debate Commission Pledges Format Changes; Biden, Harris Dodge Questions About Supreme Court. Aired 2-3a ET
• White House Won't Outright Denounce White Supremacy When Pressed; Trump to Hold Rallies in Wisconsin Despite Alarming Figures. Aired 1-1:30p ET
• Interview with Delta Air Lines CEO Ed Bastian; Presidential Commission on Debates Considering Format Changes; Ohio Expands Eviction Court into Convention Center. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• Airlines to Cut Over 32,000 Jobs; Trump Under Fire; COVID-19 Cases Surging in Wisconsin. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• Federal Judge Refuses To Stop Mail-In Voting In Montana; 5 Titans Players, 6 Staff Test Positive For COVID-19 This Week; Boston In The "Red Zone" Amid Uptick In New Cases. Aired 12:30-1p ET
• Texas Governor Limits Election Drop Boxes to One Per County; Voter Intimidation Fears Mount as Trump Tells Supporters to Go to Polls and Watch; Interview with Steve Simon (D) Secretary of State, Minnesota, On Voter Intimidation; New Study Says Trump Likely the Largest Driver of COVID Misinformation; Chris Wallace Speaks Out Publicly for First Time Since Debate. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• Trump Launches Racist Attacks Following Failure to Condemn White Supremacy; Presidential Debate Commission Will Change Rules for Presidential Debates; Twenty Seven States in the U.S. Report Increases in New COVID Cases; Wisconsin Reports Record Deaths and Hospitalizations As COVID Cases Surge. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• Study: Trump Is "Single Largest Driver" of COVID Misinformation; Trump's Pattern of Denying That He Knows People; Update on Coronavirus Responses Across the Country. Aired 1:30-2p ET
• Biden Campaign Reports Post-Debate Fundraising Surge; Trump Tries to Rewrite Debate Performance; CDC Predicts as Many as 232,000 Americans Dead by October 24. Aired 11-11:30a ET
• CDC Predicts As Many As 232,000 Americans Dead By October 24th; Trump Again Fails To Denounce White Supremacy; Trump To Host Rallies In Wisconsin Despite COVID Surge; Trump Continues To Promise Vaccine In "Record Time"; Montana Judge: Allegations Of Widespread Voter Fraud Are "Fiction". Aired 12-12:30p ET
• Trump Questions Looming Debate Changes after Tuesday Debacle, Says He Won Debate; Wave of Job Cuts at Major Companies Announced in Last 24 Hours; American Airlines Furloughs 8,000 Flight Attendants; City Commissioner Al Schmidt (R-Philadelphia, PA), Discusses Trump Falsely Claiming Election Fraud in Philly; CNN's "First Ladies" Premiers Sunday Night at 10:00 Eastern. Aired 2:30-3p ET
• Record Numbers of Black Americans Buying Guns; President Trump to Hold Two Wisconsin Rallies; Senate Votes Down Pre-Existing Conditions Bill. Aired 2-2:30p ET


September 30, 2020
• Did Not Air 12-1a ET
• Did Not Air 1-2a ET
• Did Not Air 2-3a ET
• Did Not Air 3-4a ET
• Trump Throws Debate into Chaos with Insults, Interruptions; Trump Again Casts Doubt on Legitimacy of U.S. Election; Biden Kicks Off Train Tour Through Key States Following First Debate. Aired 10- 10:30a ET
• Trump Says, We've Done a Great Job Handling Pandemic; Far-Right Group Celebrates Trump Debate Shout-Out; NFL Postpones Titans Vs. Steelers Game After COVID Outbreak. Aired 11:30a-12p ET
• Biden, Trump Hit Campaign Trail after Disastrous Debate; President Trump Refuses to Condemn White Supremacists; Trump Urges Supporters to Go to Polls and Watch Very Carefully. Aired 1-1:30p ET
• Trump Mocks Biden on Masks; Pandemic Could Wipe out Airline Jobs; Undecided Voters Weigh in on Debate. Aired 9:30-10a
• Live Coverage of Speech as Joe Biden Begins Train Tour; Recapping Last Night's Presidential Debate; Kentucky Attorney General Requests One-Week Delay. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• Trump Throws Debate into Chaos with Insults and Interruptions; Trump Refuses to Condemn White Supremacists; Trump and Biden Clash at First Presidential Debate; Major Airlines on Edge of Furloughing Tens of Thousands of Employees; Futures Flat After First Presidential Debate. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• Biden Speaks At Train Campaign Stop In Ohio. Aired 12:30-1p ET
• NFL Postpones Titans Vs. Steelers Game After COVID Outbreak; NYC Positivity Rate Over 3 Percent for First Time in Months; 7 Former FDA Chiefs Say Trump Undermined FDA Credibility; At Least 65 Million People Watched Tuesday's Debate; Voters Speak Out After Chaotic, Off the Rails Debate. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• Trump Refuses to Condemn Proud Boys; Proud Boys Claim Rally is Drinking Club; Interview with Black Voices for Trump Co-Chair T.W. Shannon. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• Trump Campaigns In Minnesota, Biden In Ohio, Pennsylvania; Constant Interruptions, Insults Mar Presidential Debate; First Debate Devolves Into Messy, Personal Attacks. Aired 11-11:30a ET
• Constant Interruptions, Insults Mar First Presidential Debate; Trump, Biden Hurl Insults In First Presidential Debate; President Donald Trump Tells Far-Right Group To "Stand Back And Stand By"; President Donald Trump's Debate Performance Reflects Poor Standing With Female Voters; Joe Biden Speaks At Train Campaign Stop In Ohio. Aired 12-12:30p ET
• Trump Urges Supporters To Go To Polls & "Watch Very Carefully"; Biden To Far-Right Extremist Group: Cease And Desist; Trump Dismisses Biden's Tribute To Late Son; Debate Commission Mulls Structural Changes After Debacle; Suspect Arrested In Ambush Shooting Of Two Sheriff's Deputies. Aired 1:30-2p ET
• Trump Contradicts Experts On When Vaccine Will Be Available; Trump Claims He's Paid "Millions" In Taxes Amid NYT Report Suggesting He Paid No Income Taxes For At Least 10 Years; Moderator To Trump: Where Is Your Health Care Plan?; Trump Speaks About Disastrous Debate Ahead Of MN Trip. Aired 2:30-3p ET
• Interview With Lt. Gov. John Fetterman (D-PA); Biden Campaigns In Pennsylvania; Trump Refuses To Condemn Right-Wing Extremist Group During Debate. Aired 3-3:30p ET


September 29, 2020
• Did Not Air 3-4p ET
• Trump and Biden Prepare for Presidential Debate; What to Expect in First Presidential Debate Between Donald Trump and Joe Biden; Democrats Prepare for Trump to Challenge Results; Russia's Propaganda- in-Chief on Trump and U.S. Elections; Women and Children at Risk in Camp in Northeastern Syria; Travel Industry Hit Hard by Pandemic; COVID-19 Have Taken One Million Lives Worldwide; Trump Announce 150 Million Abbott Rapid Tests to be Distributed; Southern France Trying All Measures; Trump and Biden Face-Off in few Hours' Time; Supporters Don't Mind Controversies. Aired 3-4a ET
• Trump Ducks Questions on Taxes Ahead of Debate with Biden; New York Times Reports $300 Million Plus in Loans to Trump Due in Next Four Years; Trump and Biden Prepare for Presidential Debate; What to Expect from the First Debate; Global COVID-19 Death Toll tops One Million; Trump Announces Plan to Deploy 150 Million Rapid Tests; Fauci Expresses Concern About Trump Receiving Misleading Info. Aired 4-4:30a ET
• Trump and Biden Face Off for First Time in Debate Tonight; New York Times Reports, White House Pressured CDC to Downplay Risks of Opening Schools; Pennsylvania Republicans Urge Supreme Court to Overturn Mail-In Ballot Ruling. Aired 10-10:30a ET
• Trump Tax Report Raises National Security Concerns; Coronavirus Deaths, One Million Worldwide; Trump Biden Debate Tonight; NY Times Report Exposes Trump's Tax Avoidance; Glass Fire Threatens Napa Valley and California Wineries; Controlling COVID in Syrian Camp; Beijing Asks Importers to Avoid Frozen Food from Hotspots; Democrats Prepare for Trump to Challenge Results. Aired 1-2a ET
• Russia's Propagandist-In-Chief on Trump and U.S. Elections; Democrats Prepare for Trump to Challenge Results; Voters React to Report on Trump's Taxes; Rise in ICU Patients in France; Parts of Europe Tighten Restrictions as Cases Spike; Global COVID-19 Death Toll Tops One Million. Aired 4:30-5a ET
• TNYT: Trump Paid No Income Taxes in 10 Out of 15 Years Beginning in 2000; Trump versus Biden in First Presidential Debate Tuesday; COVID-19 on the Rise in Nearly Half of U.S. States; Report on Trump's Taxes Doesn't Faze Georgia Voters; Tens of Thousands of Airline Workers Face Layoffs This Week. Aired 12-1a ET
• Trump and Biden Battle it Out for Swing State Voters; South Dakota Breaks Records with Surge in New Cases; Longtime Republican James Baker Calls President Trump Nuts and Crazy But Still Plans to Vote Republican. Aired 11:30a-12p ET
• If Trump Wins, Who Does He Owe?; Trump's Debts Pose Ethical Questions; CNN Interviews Russia's Top Media Propogandist; Two New Fire Dominate Sacramento And Napa Valley. Aired 2-3a ET
• Trump and Biden Face Off For First Time in Debate Tonight; New York City Daily Positivity Rate over 3 Percent, Threatening School Reopening; Florida Bars Packed after Governor Lifts Restrictions. Aired 1-1:30p ET
• Judge Barrett Meets with Pence, McConnell on Capitol Hill; Tonight: Trump and Biden Face Off in First Presidential Debate; Two NFL Teams Suspend In-Person Activities after Positive Cases. Aired 11- 11:30a ET
• Florida Bars Packed after Governor Lifts Restrictions; Robert Cardillo, Former Deputy Director of National Intelligence for Defense Integration, Discusses Whether Trump's Crippling Debt Raises Dangers about National Security; Breonna Taylor Grand Juror Sues to Release Transcript. Aired 1:30-2p ET
• Trump and Biden Face Off for the First Time in the Debate Tonight; Questions Mount Over Who Trump Owes Massive $300 Million Debt; Olivia Troye: White House Pressured CDC to Downplay Risks of Opening Schools; Trump and Biden to Debate for First Time Tonight; Futures Flat Ahead of Tonight's First Presidential Debate. Aired 9- 9:30a ET
• Trump's Supreme Court Pick Meets GOP Senators on Capitol Hill; Tonight's 1st Trump/Biden Debate Could Be Defining Moment In Presidential Race; Police Break Up 1000+ Person Party Near FSU Campus; Biden Condemns Facebook as "Foremost Propagator of Disinformation"; Trump Administration to Defy Judge's Order by Ending Census Early. Aired 2:30-3p ET
• Tim Murtaugh is Interviewed about Trump's Taxes and Coronavirus; California Fires in Wine Country; NYC Schools Reopen; Kentucky AG to Release Recordings. Aired 9:30-10a ET
• President Trump Resists Debate Prep; Trump Taxes Raise National Security Concerns; Two NFL Teams Suspend Play. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• President Donald Trump Enters First Presidential Debate Trailing Biden In Polls; Flashback: Trump Defends Birther Controversy At 2016 Debate; Pandemic, Supreme Court Fight Among Topics At Tonight's Debate; New York City: Daily Test Positivity Rate Above Three Percent For First Time In Months; Ex-Pence Aide: White House Pressured CDC To Downplay Risks Of Opening Schools. Aired 12-12:30p ET
• Elementary Schools In New York City Reopen Today, Despite Spike; Republicans Challenge Court Decision On Pennsylvania Ballots; Pelosi And Mnuchin Pushing For Stimulus Deal Ahead Of Election. Aired 12:30-1p ET


September 28, 2020
• Did Not Air 3-4p ET
• Long-Concealed Records Show Trump's Chronic Losses, Years of Tax Avoidance; Many in Mexico Without Running Water as COVID-19 Cases Rise; Judge: TikTok Can Still Be Downloaded in U.S.; Trump and Biden Preparing for Presidential Debate. Aired 12-1a ET
• Trump Calls it Another Fake News; All Eyes on Presidential Debates; Rush Nomination to Supreme Court; Clash Between Armenia and Azerbaijan; Israel and UAE in Win-Win Relationship; President Trump Denies Avoiding to Pay Taxes; Coronavirus Death Toll Close to One Million; Students Compelled to Self-isolate; France Trying All Restrictions. Aired 3-4a ET
• New York Times Breaks Trump Tax Returns; Biden: Barrett Nomination "Abuse Of Power"; U.S. Voting Under Siege; Belarusians Protest Secret Inauguration; Coronavirus Continues Toll On India; NYT: Trump Taxes Show Losses, Tax Avoidance; Trump Calls on Biden to Take Drug Test Ahead of Debate; Supreme Court Pick Draws Attention to Religious Group. Aired 1-2a ET
• Trump Did Not Pay Tax For Ten Years; Biden And Trump Prep For Debate; Dubai Port Opens To Israel; Trump's Tax Returns Revealed by New York Times; India's Surging COVID-19 Cases; Coronavirus Gets Downplayed Again by Trump; Armenia and Azerbaijan Fight Over Disputed Region. Aired 2-3a ET
• New York Times Reveals Donald Trump's Tax Avoidance and Huge Losses; Global Death Toll Approaching One Million; Hundreds of U.K. Students to Self-Isolate in Dorms; 21 U.S. States Report Increase in New Infections; India's Confirmed Cases Now Top Six Million. Aired 4- 4:30a ET
• New York Times Reports, Trump's Taxes Show Chronic Losses and Years of Tax Avoidance; Nebraska Begins Mailing Absentee Ballots Today; Source Says, CDC Director Concerned That Dr. Scott Atlas is Arming President Trump with Misleading Information. Aired 10-10:30a ET
• States Report More New Cases; Ex-Intel Official Blasts Trump; Vaccine Trials for Children. Aired 9:30-10a ET
• Trump Makes Supreme Court Pick with ACA Repeal in Mind; Trump and Biden Face Off in First Presidential Debate Tomorrow; Michigan Leaders Touts Significant Reduction in Racial Disparities. Aired 11:30-12p ET
• Amy Coney Barrett Heading for Quick Senate Confirmation; Democrats: Trump Court Nominee Imperils Health Care Law; Trump Says It's Possible Supreme Court Could Rule on Abortion; Evacuation Orders in Northern California; Armenia and Azerbaijan Clash Over Disputed Region; Huge Crowds Protest Disputed Election in Belarus; Judge Says TikTok Can Still Be Downloaded in U.S. for Now. Aired 4:30-5a ET
• New York Times Reports, Trump Paid Just $750 in Federal Taxes in 2016 and 2017; Ransomware Attack Ahead of Election Raises Fears about State and Local Government I.T. Systems; New Cases on the Rise, Only Ten States Show Downward Trend. Aired 1-1:30p ET
• Trump's Taxes Show Chronic Losses and Years of Tax Avoidance; Trump Dismisses Explosive Tax Revelations in "New York Times" Report; Trump, Biden to Face Off in Cleveland for First Debate; NYT: Trump Paid No Federal Income Taxes in 10 of Last 15 Years; Source: CDC Director Concerned That Dr. Scott Atlas is Arming President Trump with Misleading Information; Twenty One States Report More New COVID Cases in the Last Week. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• How Trump's Old Tweets about Taxes Are Being Seen in New Light; NYT: Trump Paid No Federal Income Taxes in 10 Out of 15 Years; Mother of SC Teacher Who Died of COVID Also Dies from Virus; Police Report: Wife of Trump's Ex-Campaign Manager Says He Made "Suicidal" Comments, 10 Guns Found in Home. Aired 1:30-2p ET
• Interview with White House Deputy Press Secretary Brian Morgenstern; Without Aid 74 Percent of Hotels Expect New Layoffs; New Fires as California Evacuates. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• NYT: Trump Squandered Millions, Faces Crippling Debt; "New York Times" Obtains Trump Tax Records. Experts Warn of Potential Surge in New Infections. Aired 11-11:30a ET
• Biden, Trump Preparing for 1st Debate in Cleveland; NYT: Trump Paid No Federal Taxes in 10 of Last 15 Years; Tax Info Raises Questions about Whether Trump Broke the Law; NYC Schools Reopen Tomorrow as Cases Rise at "Alarming Rate"; Update on Coronavirus Responses Around the Country; Thousands Flee Amid New Wildfires in California's Wine Country. Aired 2:30-3p ET
• Biden And Trump Face Off In First Presidential Debate Tomorrow; Democrats Prepare For Trump To Disrupt The Election; Ethical Questions Being Raised Over Upcoming Pompeo Appearance At Florida Christian Group Event. Aired 12:30-1p ET
• Interview with Senior Forbes Editor Dan Alexander; Interview with former White House Communications Director Anthony Scaramucci; CDC Director Robert Redfield Expresses Concerns about Scott Atlas. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• Nebraska Is Latest State To Send Out Absentee Ballots; "New York Times:" Trump Squandered Millions, Faces Crippling Debt; Experts Re-Up Warnings Of Potential Surge In New Infections; Fifteen States Reported Daily Positivity Rate Above 10 Percent Over Last Week; Republicans Set Ambitious Schedule For SCOTUS Conformation. Aired 12- 12:30p ET


September 27, 2020
• Confirmation Hearing For Judge Barrett October 12; Portland Arrests; Louisville Protests For Breonna Taylor; Maine Wedding Super Spreader Event; Biden And Trump Debate Tuesday. Aired 2-2:45a ET
• Violent Seattle Protests; Confirmation Hearing For Judge Barrett October 12; White House Event Goes Maskless; Biden And Trump Debate Tuesday; Climate Change Fueling Blazes Around The World; Coal Mining Ingrained In Polish Town. Aired 3-4a ET
• Fauci Optimistic About Year-End Vaccine; Confirmation Hearing For Judge Barrett October 12; Portland Arrests; Women March In Minsk Against Lukashenko; U.K. Has Highest Death Toll In Europe; Biden And Trump Debate Tuesday. Aired 4-5a ET
• Confirmation Hearing For Judge Barrett October 12; Trump Continues Lies About Mail-in Voting; Portland Arrests; Louisville Church Shelters Protesters; Fauci Optimistic About Year-End Vaccine; Florida Moves To Final Phase Reopening; Climate Change Fueling Blazes Around The World; Wisconsin Voters Undecided. Aired 5-6a ET
• Supreme Court Showdown; New Supreme Court Justice May Get To Rule On Obamacare Case; Trump, Biden To Square Off In First Debate Tuesday; Cal State Long Beach Halts In-Person Classes And Locks Down Campus After Positive COVID-19 Tests; How One Supreme Court Justice Can Impact U.S. For Generations; Heat Wave, Dry Winds Elevate Fire Risk Across West. Aired 2-3p ET
• Trump, Biden Square Off In First Debate Tuesday; Democrats Raising Concern About Trump's New Supreme Court Pick; New Rules For The First Presidential Debate; Napa County Brush Fire Burns More Than 1,000 Acres; Global Coronavirus Death Toll Nears One Million; Supreme Court To Hear Case To Overturn Obamacare After The Elections; John Lewis, Good Trouble. Aired 4-5p ET
• Biden Calls GOP Senators To Hold Off On Barrett Confirmation; Trump Baselessly Tell Supporters Democrats Will Steal Election; Dr. Fauci Urges People Of Color To Volunteer For Clinical Trials. Aired 3- 4p ET
• Biden And Trump Strike At Each Other Prior First Debate; Trump Downplays The Pandemic, Again; Motor Vehicles As Weapons Against Protesters; Bombshell Report By "New York Times" On Trump's Finances. Aired 5-6p ET
• "New York Times" Obtains President Trump's Tax Return Data; "New York Times": President Trump Paid Nothing In Federal Income Taxes In 2014. Aired 6-7p ET


September 26, 2020
• Trump to Nominate Amy Coney Barrett to Supreme Court; Trump Won't Commit to Peaceful Transfer, Ramps Up Baseless Claims of Widespread Voter Fraud; Single-Shot Johnson & Johnson Vaccine Showing Strong Immune Response; Argentina Struggles to Contain Virus' Toll; Terror Attack in Paris; U.S. Passes 7 Million COVID-19 Cases. Aired 2- 2:45a ET
• Trump to Nominate Amy Coney Barrett to Supreme Court; Trump Won't Commit to Peaceful Transfer, Ramps Up Baseless Claims of Widespread Voter Fraud; U.S. Passes 7 Million COVID-19 Cases; U.K. Records Highest-Ever Number of New COVID-19 Cases; Terror Attack in Paris; Helsinki Airport Trial Deploys Dogs to Detect COVID-19. Aired 3-3:30a ET
• President Trump's Comments Not Committing to Peaceful Transfer of Power after Presidential Election Draw Controversy; Florida Governor Ron DeSantis Reopens Most Businesses in Florida and Prepares for Super Bowl in Tampa; Judicial Writings of Likely Supreme Court Nominee Amy Coney Barrett Examined; Michelle Obama Hosts Get Out the Vote Event in Atlanta; Protestors Demand Grand Jury Transcripts in Case Related to Death of Breonna Taylor be Released; Program Trains Recovering Addicts to Craft Stringed Instruments. Aired 10-11a ET
• Trump to Nominate Amy Coney Barrett to Supreme Court; Trump Won't Commit to Peaceful Transfer, Ramps Up Baseless Claims of Widespread Voter Fraud; U.S. Passes 7 Million COVID-19 Cases; U.K. Records Highest-Ever Number of New COVID-19 Cases; Terror Attack in Paris; Single-Shot Johnson & Johnson Vaccine Showing Strong Immune Response; Protests over Breonna Taylor Shooting Death; Tokyo Plans Slimmed-Down Olympic Games. Aired 4-5a ET
• Trump To Nominate Judge Amy Coney Barrett To Supreme Court; Trump Won't Commit To Peaceful Transfer, Ramps Up Baseless Claims Of Widespread Voter Fraud; U.S. Passes Seven Million COVID-19 Cases; U.K. Records Highest Ever Number Of New COVID-19 Cases; Experts Build Coalition Group To Monitor Facebook Content. Aired 5-6a ET
• President Trump Likely To Nominate Judge Amy Coney Barrett To Supreme Court; President Trump States He Will Only Lose Presidential Election Due To Voter Fraud; Attorney For Breonna Taylor's Family Demands Grand Jury Transcripts In Case Related To Her Death Be Released; President Trump And Joe Biden Prepare For First Presidential Debate; Multiple Companies Running Trials On Coronavirus Vaccine. Aired 2-3p ET
• Trump To Nominate Amy Coney Barrett To High Court Today; Florida Lifts Restrictions On Restaurants And Bars; Taylor Family Lawyer Calls For Special Prosecutor; Trump Campaign Spreading Misinformation On Social Media. Aired 11a-12p ET
• Sources: Trump To Nominate Judge Amy Coney Barrett To High Court Today; Pres. Trump: The Only Way We're Going To Lose This Election Is If The Election Is Rigged; Experts Warn Of A Coming Surge Of COVID-19 Cases In U.S.; Long Lines For Early Voting In Virginia; Mercedes Benz Stadium Hosts Food Bank, Voter Registration Event; SEC Football Season Kicks Off With Fans At Every Game. Aired 12-1p ET
• Mayor Francis Suarez (R) Of Miami, FL Is Interviewed About Governor Ron DeSantis' Decision To Lift Statewide Restrictions On Restaurants And Bars; Pelosi And Mnuchin To Meet For Stimulus Talks This Weekend; CNN On The Ground With Portland Protesters; Dr. Pritesh Gandhi Discusses Fauci Saying Politics Won't Interfere In Vaccine Approval, Schools Reopening, Children's Safety; Helsinki Airport Tests Sniffer Dogs To Detect COVID-19. Aired 1-2p ET
• Trump Set To Name Supreme Court Pick As He Sows Election Fears; Battles Over Voting Rules Raise Stakes Ahead Of Election; CNN On The Ground with Portland Protesters; New York Sees 1,000 New Cases For First Time Since June; New York Governor To Form Safety Panel To Review Federal Vaccine. Aired 3-4p ET
• Trump Set To Name Supreme Court Pick As He Sows Election Fears; Sources: Barrett's Confirmation Hearing To Begin Week Of October 12; At Least 22 Arrests In Louisville Protests; Wisconsin Voters Weigh Backing Biden After Voting For Trump In 2016; Trump Frustrated With CDC Director As Sober Warnings Contradict Trump's Rosy Message; Trump To Announce Supreme Court Nominee. Aired 4-5p ET
• Trump Holds Rally With Few Masks, No Social Distancing; Trump Names Supreme Court Pick, Sows Election Fears; Protesters Gather In Louisville Ahead Of City Curfew; Trump Campaign Spreading Misinformation On Social Media; Trump: Only Way We Lose The Elections Is If There's Mischief. Aired 8-9p ET
• Trump Names Supreme Court Pick And Sows Election Fears; Trump Holds Events With Few Masks, No Social Distancing; Wedding In Maine Turns Into Super Spreader Event; Curfew In Effect In Louisville After Protests; Trump Ramps Up Pitch To Latino Voters, Narrowing Gap In Swing States; Justice Ginsburg's Unlikely Friendship With A Conservative Activist. Aired 9-10p ET


September 25, 2020
• Trump: Not Sure that Election Can Be Honest; U.K. Considers 'Human Challenge' Trials for COVID-19 Vaccines; Protestors March Again after Breonna Taylor Decision; Spokeswoman: Navalny's Property Seized, Bank Accounts Frozen; China's Sinovac: Expecting Phase 3 Vaccine Data This Year; European Airlines Struggle to Survive Travel Slowdowns. Aired 12-1a ET
• North Korea Apologizes For Killing Defector From South Korea; Upcoming Election Amplifies Dark Side Of Social Media; Trump Campaign Runs Deceptively-Edited Ads About Biden; Relic Of Pope John Paul II Stolen From Italian Church; Egyptians Sharing Culinary Traditions With Travelers; Thousands Of Fans In Stadium For UEFA Super Cup; Emotional Suarez Bids Farewell To Barcelona; Charlo Twins To Contest World Title Bouts On Same Night; Trump Won't Commit to Peaceful Transfer of Power; President Trump Wants His Upcoming Supreme Court Nominee to be Confirmed Quickly; Protests Erupt for Second Night After Breonna Taylor Decision; Key Model Predicts U.S. Death Toll to Top 371,000 by January; EU Commissioner: Europe at Decisive Moment in Second Wave; U.K. Considers "Human Challenge" Trials for COVID-19 Vaccines; Africa is Reporting Fewer Cases Per Capita Than Other Regions. Aired 2-3a ET
• Africa CDC Chief Explains Continent's Low Death Rates; Israel tightens Restriction as COVID-19 Cases Soar; Robot Cleaners Fight COVID at London Train Station; Navalny's Property Seized, Bank Accounts Frozen; North Korea Apologizes for Killing Defector from South; Record Breaking Fires Worldwide; Sacred Indigenous Sites Risk Being Destroyed; Water Skiing Six Month Old Baby; Europe Struggle to Stop Virus Spread; Study Cites Five Steps to Combat Coronavirus; Sinovac Distributes COVID-19 Vaccine; Trump Not Sure to Accept Defeat; Injustice Ignite Protests. Aired 3-4a ET
• Key Model Predicts U.S. Death Toll to Top 371,000 by January 1; U.K. Considers "Human Challenge" Trials for COVID-19 Vaccines; Fact- Checking Misconceptions about COVID-19; Rush to Save Sacred Sites from Australia's Mining Industry; PAC-12 Changes Course, Will Play Fall Football; WH: Trump Will Accept Results Of Free And Fair Election; Trump Won't Commit To Peaceful Transfer Of Power; Protests Erupt For 2nd Night After Breonna Taylor Decision. Aired 1-2a ET
• A Supreme Life, Remembering Ruth Bader Ginsburg. Aired 10- 10:30a ET
• Trump Questions Honesty of Election; Trump Campaigns in Battleground State Florida; Demonstrator Injured in Breonna Taylor Protest; U.S. and Europe Warned About Covid-19 Spread; U.S. Officials Say Vaccine Decisions Will Be Based on Science; Upcoming Election Amplifies Dark Side of Social Media. Aired 4-4:30a ET
• Crump Says, Release the Transcripts of Grand Jury Testimony; Trump Makes Pitch to Latinos in Florida, Black Voters in Georgia; 23 States Report Uptick in New Cases, 16 Hold Steady, 11 Trending Down. Aired 11:30-12p ET
• Upcoming Election Amplifies Dark Side of Social Media; North Korea Apologizes for Killing Official from South; Police Officer Fatally Shot By Detainee in London; Europe Seeing a Second Wave of COVID-19 Cases; Israel Tightens Restrictions as COVID-19 Cases Soar; United Airlines Will Offer COVID Tests to Some Passengers; Airline Industry Struggle to Survive in Europe. Aired 4:30-5a ET
• Remembering Ruth Bader Ginsburg. Aired 9:30-10a ET
• Sources Say, Trump Has Lost Patience with CDC Director as Sober Warnings Contradict Trump's Rosy Messaging; Trump Escalates Grave Threats on American Democracy; U.S. Coronavirus Cases Set to Surpass 7 Million Today. Aired 1-1:30p ET
• Trump Laying Groundwork to Challenge Election Results; Interview With Virginia Attorney General Mark Herring; Interview With Miami Beach, Florida, Mayor Dan Gelber; U.S. Passes Seven Million Coronavirus Cases. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• Joe and Jill Biden Visit Ginsburg Casket; Senate Commits to Peaceful Transfer of Power; Live Coverage as Breonna Taylor Family Lawyer Ben Crump Responds to Grand Jury Determinations. Aired 10:30- 11a ET
• Trump Stands By Refusal To Commit To Peaceful Transition, Keeps Up Attacks On Election Legitimacy; A Supreme Life: Remembering Ruth Bader Ginsburg. Aired 12:30-1p ET
• Dr Roshini Raj Discusses "Misguided" Antibodies, Genetic Mutation May Be to Blame for Severe Cases; Brianna Responds to White House's Baseless Attacks; COVID-19 Survivor: I Got Glaucoma. Aired 1:30-2p ET
• Early Voting Already Underway in Virginia; Trump Speaks Baseless Theory That Mail-In Ballots Are a Scam; Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg Lies in State in Capitol; Trump Fails to Deliver Healthcare Plan But Issues Executive Order Instead; PAC 12 Reverses Earlier Decision to Call Off Football Season. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• Trump Stands by Refusal to Commit to Peaceful Transition; CDC Projects Up to 23,000 More COVID-19 Deaths in U.S. By October 17; Twenty Three U.S. States Seeing Increase in Coronavirus Cases; Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg to Lie in State at U.S. Capitol. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• Interview with National Security Leaders for Biden Executive Director Michael Smith; Attempts to Counter GOP Misinformation May Fall on Deaf Ears; Florida Governor Orders Full Reopening. Aired 2- 2:30p ET
• LeBron James Gets Candid about the "Black Queens in His Life"; CNN On the Ground with Portland Protesters; Josh Earnest, United Airlines Chief Communications Officer, Discusses Becoming 1st Airline to Start COVID Testing Before Flights. Aired 2:30-3p ET
• Ginsburg Lies In State At The Capitol; Trump Renews Threat To Disregard November Vote; WH Chief Of Staff: FBI Director Is Wrong When He Says No Voter Fraud. Aired 12-12:30p ET
• Breonna Taylor Family Press Conference. Aired 11-11:30a ET


September 24, 2020
• Two Officers Shot in Unrest over Breonna Taylor Case; Protest Erupts after Police Officers Indicted; Sports Star Reacts on Breonna Taylor Decision; Trump Hesitates on Peaceful Transition; Honoring the Late Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg; North Korean Troops Kill a South Korean Official; Exhibit Of Life In Moira Camp; Second Wave of Coronavirus in Canada; United States Braces for Potentially Worse Second COVID-19 Wave; Intense Effort to Save Stranded Whales; Creek Fire Becomes Largest Single Blaze in State History; California Requiring New Cars to be Emission-Free By 2035; Protest Ignited over Court Ruling; President Trump Praise Kentucky's A.G.; Controversy Hangs over Vaccine Trial; FDA Won't Jeopardize Families' Health; Dr. Fauci Straighten the Facts. Aired 3-4a ET
• Protests Erupt over Decision in Breonna Taylor Case; Trump Says He May Overrule FDA on Vaccine Guidelines; Canadian PM: Second Wave Underway in Most of Country; U.K. Reports Highest Number of Daily Cases Since May; About 380 Whales Die in Tasmania's Largest Mass Stranding; Trump Says He May Overrule FDA On Vaccine Guidelines; Protests Erupt Over Decision In Breonna Taylor Case; Biden Urges Louisville Protesters To Avoid Violence. Aired 1-2a ET
• Protests Across U.S. After Decision in Taylor Case; No Officers to Face Charges in Death of Breonna Taylor; Trump Refuses to Commit to Peaceful Transfer of Power; Trump Says He May Overrule FDA on Vaccine Guidelines. Aired 4-4:30a ET
• Trump Refuses to Commit to Peaceful Transfer of Power if He Loses; Trump Claims He Could Override FDA on Stricter Vaccine Standards; Two Louisville Police Officers Shot in Overnight Protests. Aired 10-10:30a ET
• Trump Says He May Overrule FDA on Vaccine Guidelines; U.S. CDC Chief Says Public Can Trust Agency's Guidance; Dr. Fauci Accuses Senator Paul of Misconstruing Facts; New Restrictions in French City of Marseille; U.K. Considers Trials That Expose Volunteers to COVID- 19; Israel Moves to Tighten Lockdown Even Further; Ginsburg's Clerks Line Steps of Court in Tribute. Aired 4:30-5a ET
• Trump Says, I Think We're Rounding the Turn Very Much; Trump Won't Commit to Peaceful Transfer of Power After Election; 870,000 Americans Filed for Unemployment Benefits Last Week. Aired 11:30a-12p ET
• Protests Erupt over Breonna Taylor Case; Trump Won't Commit to Peaceful Transition; Trump May Overrule FDA on Vaccine Guidelines; Protests Erupt Over Decision in Breonna Taylor Case; U.S. Braces for Potentially Worse Second Coronavirus Wave; New Exhibit Offers Intensive Look Inside Moria Refugee Camp. Aired 12-1a ET
• Protests Erupt Over Decision In Breonna Taylor Case; Trump Won't Commit To A Peaceful Transition Of Power; Poisoned Russian Opposition Leader Navalny Leaves Hospital; Swiss Chef Opens School For Aspiring Egyptian Cooks; NBA Players, Coaches React To Breonna Taylor Verdict; Miami Heat One Win Away From Reaching Finals; Spanish La Liga: Atletico Madrid Sign Luis Suarez From Barcelona; French Ligue 1: PSG Star Angel Di Maria Given Four-Game Ban; The Women Who Changed Tennis 50 Years Ago. Aired 2-3a ET
• Demands Grow for A.G. to Release Grand Jury Info in Breonna Taylor Case; Raoul Cunningham, NAACP Louisville Chapter President, Discusses Taylor Case, Protests Following Grand Jury Decision; Larry Kudlow Stunt Shows Administration Doesn't Care about Struggling Americans; Mission Viejo High School Teacher, Marc McCormack, Discusses Hundreds of Teachers Asking that Schools Not be Opened in California Next Week. Aired 1:30-2p ET
• Interview with Governor Andy Beshear (D-KY) about the Breonna Taylor Case; Goldman Sachs Downgrades Economic Outlook as Stimulus Talks Stall; Trump and First Lady Arrive to Pay Respects to Justice Ginsburg. Aired 9:30-10a ET
• Trump Willing to Overrule FDA on Vaccine?; President Trump Refuses to Commit to Peaceful Transfer of Power. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• Trump Refuses to Commit to Peaceful Transfer of Power if He Loses; More Than 20 States Report Uptick in New COVID-19 Cases; President Trump Claims the White House Could Override FDA on Stricter Vaccine Standards; United Airlines to Offer COVID Testing for Some Passengers. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• Interview with Louisville Urban League President and CEO Sadiqa Reynolds; Interview with New York Times Opinion Columnist Nicholas Kristof; "John Lewis: Good Trouble" Airs Sunday on CNN. Aired 10:30- 11a ET
• Demands Grow for A.G. to Release Grand Jury Info in Breonna Taylor Case; Marilyn Mosby, (D), Baltimore State's Attorney, Discusses the Breonna Taylor Case; Trump Accuses Bloomberg of a "Criminal Act" for Helping Pay Fines for Ex-Felons So They Can Vote; Dr. Fauci Responds to Trump's Threat to Override FDA on Vaccine Timeline. Aired 2:30-3p ET
• Protests Erupt Over Lack of Charges in Breonna Taylor's Death; Trump won't Commit to Peaceful Transfer of Power after Election; Man who Attacked Police Now in Custody. Aired 11-11:30a ET
• Republican Party Prepares Lawyers for Election Day Legal Battles; President Trump Accuses FDA of Playing Politics; Interview with Sen. Tammy Duckworth (D-IL). Aired 2-2:30p ET
• Trump Speaks After Refusing to Commit to Peaceful Transfer of Power; Trump Claims He Could Override FDA on Stricter Vaccine Standards; No Police Officers Charged Directly in Killing of Breonna Taylor. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• Trump Won't Commit To Peaceful Transfer Of Power After Election; Pushing Racial Minorities To Take Part In Vaccine Trials. Aired 12:30-1p ET
• House Speaker Nancy Pelosi Reacts To Trump Comments On Peaceful Transfer; President Donald Trump Says He Needs 9th Supreme Court Justice For Election Day; President Donald Trump Won't Commit To Peaceful Transfer Of Power After Election; Average National Positivity Rate At 4.9 Percent; President Donald Trump Claims He Could Override FDA On Stricter Vaccine Standards. Aired 12-12:30p ET
• Trump Threatens to Push U.S Democracy to the Brink; U.S. Reports Nearly 1,100 Coronavirus Deaths in Single Day. Aired 1-1:30p ET


September 23, 2020
• Brits Facing Tougher COVID Rules; U.S. Passing 200,000 COVID-19 Deaths; Dr. Fauci Warns Americans to be Vigilant; Alexei Navalny Out of the Woods; Beijing Defends their COVID Response; Iran Complains of Harsh U.S. Sanctions; Russia Interfering with U.S. Elections; United States Supreme Court Showdown On Trump's Pick; President Trump to Announce Nominee Saturday; How Pandemic and Protesters Could Impact Voter Turnout; FBI Warns of Foreign Disinformation on Election Results; Screaming Protest in China; Israel's Cases Surging as Government Weigh Tighter Measures; Trump, 2021 will be Best Year Economically; Mnuchin and Pelosi Reach Funding Agreement; Prince Harry and Meghan Weigh in on U.S. Election; Race to Save Hundreds of Beached Whale Off Tasmania. Aired 3-4a ET
• British Prime Minister Announces Tougher Restrictions; Trump: "2021 Will be "Best Year" Economically; Louisville Braces for Breonna Taylor Case Decision; British Prime Minister Announces Tougher Restrictions; COVID-19 Death Toll In The U.S. Surpasses 200,000; Trump Defends Pandemic Response, Blames China For Crisis; FDA To Announce Tougher Standards For Vaccine; Supreme Court Showdown: U.S. President Insists Nine Justices Needed; Republicans Falling In Line To Approve Trump's Pick; Democrats Likely To Retaliate Over Senate Vote; U.S. Intel Warnings About Russian Election Interference. Aired 1-2a ET
• Trump Calls Virus Deaths "A Shame, Then Blames China; FDA Considering New COVID-19 Vaccine Rules; COVID-19 Death Toll in the U.S. Surpasses 200,000; U.K. Prime Minister Boris Johnson Announces Tighter COVID-19 Rules; Israel's Cases Surging as Government Weighs Tighter Measures; Russian Opposition Leader Alexey Navalny Discharged from Hospital; President Trump Set to Unveil His Supreme Court Nominee Saturday; Louisville Braces for Breonna Taylor Case Decision; FBI Warns Against Foreign Disinformation on Election Results. Aired 4- 4:30a ET
• COVID-19 Death Toll in the U.S. Passes 200K; British Prime Minister under Fire; Trump Blames China for COVID-19; Supreme Court Showdown; Putin's Influence Campaign against Biden; U.S. Surpasses 200,000 COVID-19 Deaths; Mexico Surpasses 700,000 Confirmed COVID-19 Cases; Ex-Street Vendor Makes Debut with Indian Premier League. Aired 12-1a ET
• COVID-19 Death Toll in the U.S. Passes 200K; British Prime Minister under Fire; Trump Blames China for COVID-19; Supreme Court Showdown; President Donald Trump Attack China For Environmental Pollution; President Donald Trump: China Must Held Accountable For Pandemic; "World's Biggest" Icebreaker Enters Service; Manchester United Top Luton Town 3-0; UAE Investor Eyes Controversial Israeli Club. Aired 2-3a ET
• Growing Fears of Brutal Autumn as 24 States See Cases Rise; Louisville Braces for Grand Jury Decision in Breonna Taylor Probe; COVID-19 Cases Spreading Across Europe as Second Wave Hits. Aired 10- 10:30a ET
• How Pandemic and Protests Could Impact Voter Turnout; FBI Warns of Foreign Disinformation on Election Results; Duke and Duchess of Sussex Stress Importance of U.S. Vote; U.S. Intel Warnings About Russian Election Interference; Trump Says U.N. Should Hold China Accountable for COVID-19; U.S. Campaigning for More Sanctions on Iran; Race to Save Hundreds of Beached Whales in Australia; Trump Says 2021 Will Be Best Year Economically. Aired 4:30-5a ET
• CDC Chief Says, 90 Percent of U.S. Population Still Susceptible to COVID-19; FDA Chief Says, We Won't Approve Vaccine We Wouldn't Give to Our Families; Fauci Says, I Don't Think it's Appropriate to Compare U.S. and Sweden. Aired 11:30-12p ET
• Remembering Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg. Aired 9:30-10a
• Live Coverage as U.S. Health Officials Testify on COVID-19 Response; Opening Statements by Anthony Fauci, Robert Redfield, Admiral Brett Giroir, and Stephen Hahn; Sen. Lamar Alexander (R-TN) Questions the Witnesses. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg Lies In Repose At Supreme Court; Trump And Biden Focus On Battlegrounds In Race To 270. Aired 12:30-1p ET
• No Officers Charged Directly With Breonna Taylor's Death. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• Grand Jury Indicts 1 of 3 Officers in Breonna Taylor Killing; Kentucky A.G. Daniel Cameron Holds Press Conference on Breonna Taylor Killing. Aired 1:30-2p ET
• Top Health Officials Testify on Pandemic, U.S. Response. Aired 11-11:30a ET
• Kentucky Attorney General Charges Brett Hankinson with Wanton Endangerment, No Charges for Other Officers; Attorney General Cameron to Convene Task Force Including All 120 Kentucky Counties; Grand Jury Heard Evidence Monday Through This Morning. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• No Officers Charged Directly with Breonna Taylor's Death; Distressed Birx Questions How Long She Can Remain at the White House; Fauci Says Sen. Paul Has Repeatedly Misconstrued Facts about the Pandemic; CDC Chief Says "Deep State" Accusations Are Offensive; Police and Protesters Clash in Wake of Taylor Verdict. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• Kentucky A.G. Daniel Cameron Holds Press Conference on Breonna Taylor Killing; No Officers Charged Directly with Breonna Taylor's Death. Aired 2:30-3p ET
• The United States Has More Than 200,000 Coronavirus Deaths; Today Top Health Officials Are Testifying On The Hill About The Response To COVID-19; U.S. Intelligence Indicates Russia Is Interferring In The Presidential Election; NYT: Russians Troll Using Trump Tweets in Interference Attempts; FBI Warns Foreign Actors Might Try to Spread Disinformation About Election Results; U.S. Supreme Court Clerks Pay Homage to Ruth Bader Ginsburg. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• FDA Chief: Senior Staff Reviewed Monthly For Potential Conflicts Of Interest; Dr. Anthony Fauci: "Need To Keep Our Eye" On Long-Term Heart Damage From COVID; Sen. Rand Paul Questions If "Man" Can Mitigate Pandemics At All; Dr. Anthony Fauci Slams Senator Rand Paul: You're Not Listening; Louisville Police Officials Speak Ahead Of Breonna Taylor Case Announcement. Aired 12-12:30p ET
• CNN: Distressed Birx Questions How Long She Can Remain At White House; Rep. Ilhan Omar (D-MN) On Trump's Racist Attack: This Is My Country; Grand Jury Announces Decision On Breonna Taylor Killing. Aired 1-1:30p ET


September 22, 2020
• U.K. Offers a Safety Net for COVID-19 Positive People; Italy Mandates No Test No Entry; SCOTUS Nominee to be Announced this Week; Stock Markets Rattled with Uncertainty; United Nations Celebrates 175th Anniversary; CDC Removes Guidance on COVID-19 Transmission as U.S. Death Toll Nears 200,000; Donald Trump Says he Deserves an A-Plus For his Handling of Virus; Doctor in Texas Dies of Coronavirus at 28; New Zealand's Debate on the Upcoming Election; New Zealand Prime Minister Apologizes for Maskless Selfies; U.S. Imposes New Sanctions on Iran; President Xi Jinping's Critic Get Hefty Prison Sentence; Economy Versus the Environment in Poland; Time Ticking Away to Save the Environment; A Massive Wave of Trash in Honduras Beach. Aired 3-4a ET
• U.S. To Hit 200,000 COVID-19 Deaths At Any Time Now; Investors Fear Second Wave, New Restrictions, No Stimulus; Economy versus Environment; Critic of Chinese President Sentenced for Corruption; Trump Gives Himself An A+ For COVID-19 Response; U.S. Republicans Rush To Fill Supreme Court Seat; U.S. To Hit 20,000 COVID-19 Deaths Any Time Now; CDC Removes Guidance About Airborne Transmission; Says It Was Added In Error Amid Political Concerns. Aired 1-2a ET
• U.S. About to Hit 200,000 COVID-19 Deaths; CDC Removes Guidance About Airborne Transmission Saying It Was Added in Error; U.K. Encourages Work from Home as New Cases Surge; France Reports Stark Rise in COVID-19 Cases; Trump Narrow List to Replace Ruth Bader Ginsberg; Trump, Republicans Moving to Fast-Track Nominations. Aired 4-4:30a ET
• Sen. Mitt Romney (R-UT) Indicates He'll Support Trump's Supreme Court Nominee; Fauci Says, 200,000 Deaths Sobering, and in Some Respects, Stunning. Aired 10-10:30a ET
• U.S. to Hit 200K COVID-19 Deaths Soon; CDC Removes Guidance about Airborne Transmission; Europe Reimposing Restrictions as Cases Rise; U.S. Senate Will Confirm Nominee by Election Day; U.N. General Assembly Meets Virtually This Week; New Zealand Prime Minister and Opposition to Face Off in Debate; Sweden Does Not Plan to Mandate COVID-19 Vaccine. Aired 12-1a ET
• U.S. Nears 200,000 COVID-19 Deaths; CDC Abruptly Removes Guidance on Airborne Transmission; New Forecast Sees Fewer Virus Deaths Than Before; Investors Fear Second Wave, New Restrictions, No Stimulus; Canadian Public Health Officials Warn of Second Wave; Biden Makes Pitch to Working-Class Voters in Wisconsin; New Zealand Prime Minister and Opposition Leader Face Off in Debate. Aired 4:30-5a ET
• Dr. Anthony Fauci Answers Coronavirus Questions; Investors on Edge as Stimulus Talks Stall. Aired 9:30-10a ET
• Official: UK Is "Heading In The Wrong Direction"; English Pubs, Restaurants Facing New Restrictions; UK Minister: People Should Work From Home If Possible; Investors Fear Second Wave, New Restrictions, No Stimulus; Novak Djokovic Makes History With Rome Victory; Man City Open Season With 3-1 Win At Wolves; Bryson DeChambeau: The Man Behind The Scene. Aired 2-3a ET
• CIA Assesses Vladimir Putin Likely Directing Anti-Biden Influence Campaign; Louisville Declares State of Emergency in Anticipation of Breonna Taylor Announcement; COVID-19 Stimulus Negotiations Stall. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• Trump Falsely Claims Virus Not Dangerous to Young People; U.S. Closes in on Grim Milestone of 200,000 Deaths; Trump Says He'll Reveal Nominee on Saturday. Aired 11-11:30a ET
• The Washington Post Reports, CIA Assessment Says Putin Probably Directing Influence Campaign Against Biden; United States Surpasses 200,000 COVID-19 Deaths; Esper and Milley Adopt Different Strategies to Deal with Trump. Aired 11:30a-12p ET
• Supreme Court Battle; Interview With Fmr. Rep. Charlie Dent (R- PA); U.S. Passes Grim Milestone of 200,000 Coronavirus Deaths. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• NFL Fines 3 Coaches, Teams for Not Wearing Face Masks; Virus, Social Justice Become Lead Storylines in NFL Debut; COVID Long Haulers Still Battling Virus, Don't Know If They'll Fully Recover; FOX Doctor Baselessly Speculates Biden Is Taking Drugs. Aired 1:30-2p ET
• Joe Biden Is Leading President Trump; WAPO: CIA Assessment Says Putin "Probably Directing" Campaign To 'Denigrate' Biden; Young Voters Could Play Major Role In 2020 Election. Aired 12:30-1p ET
• America Passes 200,000 Dead from COVID-19; CIA Assesses Vladimir Putin Likely Directing Anti-Biden Influence Campaign; Concerns Grow Around Supreme Court Nomination Process. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• Six Louisville Officers Under Investigation for Actions on Night of Breonna Taylor's Death; Couple Who Survived COVID on Mission to Debunk Conspiracy Theories; U.S. Doesn't Have Day Off to Vote, Other Countries Do; CDC Discouraging Trick-or-Treating, Halloween Masks & Parties. Aired 2:30-3p ET
• U.S. Surpasses 200,000 Deaths from Coronavirus in Grim Milestone; The Washington Post Reports, CIA Assessment Says Putin Likely Directing Anti-Biden Operation; Republicans Fall in Line, Back Trump's Push to Fill Seat. Aired 1-1:30p ET
• Trump Downplays Coronavirus Impact as U.S. Nears 200,000 Deaths; CDC Takes Down Guidance on Coronavirus Airborne Transmission; Putin Allegedly Directly Influence Operation Against Joe Biden. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• U.S. Passes Grim Milestone of 200,000 COIVD-19 Deaths; Young Doctor Dies After Battle with Coronavirus; Christopher Wray Says Russians Actively Interfering in Election to Denigrate Biden; Bob Woodward Says Ex-Intel Chief Coats Questions Trump-Russia Relationship; Deadlines to Register to Vote Fast Approaching. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• Sources: Judge Barrett Is Trump's Preferred Pick To Replace Ginsburg; U.S. Passes Grim Milestone Of 200,000 Deaths; Republicans Fall In Line, Give Green Light For Fast-Track Confirmation; President Donald Trump Says He Will Announce Court Nominee On Saturday. Aired 12-12:30p ET


September 21, 2020
• Battle Looms as President Trump Announcement Could Be Near; Coronavirus Pandemic: Spike in Europe COVID Cases; Iran Responds to U.S. Sanctions Threats; The Primetime 2020 Emmy Awards Were Presented; Nation Mourns for Justice Ginsburg; President Trump Rush to Replace Ginsburg; Bill Clinton Called out Trump and the GOP; Virus is Now Airborne; U.K. Impose New Rules. Aired 3-4a ET
• How the U.S. Presidential Election Could Go Wrong; Xinjiang Denies Forced Sterilization of Uyghur Women; Iran Calls U.S. Move to Reimpose Sanctions "Void and Illegal"; People Pay Tribute Outside the Supreme Court; Hybrid Emmy Awards Had Winners Accept Trophies at Home; President Donald Trump Says He Will Nominate A Woman This Week To Replace Ginsburg; Bill Clinton Recalls His 1993 Appointment; Battle Looms As Trump Announcement Could Be Near; CDC: Virus Can Spread Through Particles In Air; Australia's Victoria State Sees Fewest New Cases In Months. Aired 1-2a ET
• Nation on Verge of Surpassing 200,000 Coronavirus Deaths; Fierce Showdown on Capitol Hill over Replacing Justice Ginsburg; More Colleges Canceling Spring Break to Help Slow Virus Spread. Aired 10- 10:30a ET
• Ginsburg's Seat Draped in Black as U.S. Mourns Loss; Battle Looms as Trump Announcement Could be Near; Biden Urges Senate to Delay Vote Until After Election; Democrats Suggest Adding Seats If Trump Nominee is Approved; People Pay Tribute Outside the Supreme Court; Protests at White House as U.S. Nears 200,000 Deaths; CDC Acknowledges Virus Can Spread Through the Air; U.K., France Weigh Additional Health Rules as New Cases Surge. Aired 4-4:30a ET
• Many Universities Cancelling Spring Break; Ruth Bader Ginsburg Death May Impact Election; Interview with Director Julie Cohen and Former Law Clerk Margo Schlanger of "RBG". Aired 10:30-11a ET
• Battle Looms as Trump Announcement Could be Near; Biden Urges Senate to Delay Vote Until After Election; Biden's Roots Gain Him Support in Irish Town; Biden Wades into U.K.'s Ongoing Brexit Drama; Iran Rejects U.S. Efforts to Reimpose Sanctions. Aired 4:30-5a ET
• Mitch McConnell Vows Supreme Court Vote in 2020; More Confusion Over CDC COVID-19 Guidance; U.S. on Verge of 200,00 Coronavirus Deaths. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• Coronavirus Surge across Europe; Remembering Justice Ginsburg; McMaster on Troop Withdrawal. Aired 9:30-10a ET
• Government Acts to Control COVID-19 Science; President Trump to Nominate Ginsburg Replacement by End of Week; Supreme Court Set to Hear Affordable Care Act Case in November. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• The U.S. on the Verge of Surpassing 200,000 Coronavirus Deaths; Updated CDC Guidance Says COVID-19 Can Spread Through Air. Aired 9- 9:30a ET
• Biden Is Leading Trump On The Path To 270 Electoral Votes; Remembering Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg; CDC Website Reverts Back To Old Guidance On COVID Aerosolized Transmission. Aired 12:30-1p ET
• McConnell Says Trump's Nominee Will Receive a Vote from the Senate; Schumer in eulogy on Intense Fight Over RBG's Supreme Court Seat; Biden Speaks as U.S. Approaches 200,000 COVID Deaths; Biden Says Trump Froze and Failed to Act About the Coronavirus. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• Supreme Court Vacancy Animates 2020 Election Debate; Senate Republicans to Watch on Supreme Court Nomination; Biden: "So Much a Stake" with Supreme Court Fight; 28 States Trending in the Wrong Direction; Giroir: We Want a Surge in Testing of Younger People; Dr. Carlos Del Rio Discusses Trump Giving Himself A+ Grade on Pandemic as Cases Rise, U.S. Nears 200,000 Deaths, CDC Updating Guidelines on Virus Spread; Ginsburg to Lie in Repose at Supreme Court Wednesday and Thursday. Aired 11-11:30a ET
• Fight To Replace Ruth Bader Ginsburg On Supreme Court; Ginsburg To Lie In Repose At Supreme Court Wednesday And Thursday; Update On Coronavirus Responses Around The World; Principal Chrissy Cox Discusses Coronavirus Complicating Back-To-School Season. Aired 11:30a-12p ET
• President Donald Trump Wants To Vote On Supreme Court Pick Before Election Day; Collins, Murkowski Side Against Fast-Track Confirmation; CNN: Social Conservative Legal Circles Pressuring Trump To Choose Judge Amy Coney Barrett As Ginsburg Replacement; Twenty- eight States Now Trending In The Wrong Direction; Former FDA Chief: One More Virus Cycle Into Fall And Winter. Aired 12-12:30p ET
• CDC Abruptly Reverses Guidance On How Coronavirus Is Transmitted; Arizona Senate Race Suddenly Most Consequential In Court Battle; Trump Reverses View On Supreme Court Selection In Election Year. Aired 1-1:30p ET
• Brian Morgenstern, White House Deputy Communications Director & Deputy Press Secretary, Discusses Trump's Decision To Replace Ginsburg Before Election, Reversing His Previous View & Trump's Promised Health Care Plan; Update On Coronavirus Responses Around The World; Dow Down 744 Points Amid Fears Over Coronavirus. Aired 1:30-2p ET
• Trump Falsely Claims Ginsburg's Final Wish Is Hoax By Democrats; DOJ Threatens To Defund "Anarchy Jurisdictions"; Trump Tamps Down On Expectations Of Hitting Biden Hard In First Debate; Firefighter Debunks Conspiracy Theories On Social Media About Wildfire Origins; Emmys Red Carpet Hosts Forced Off Air After Testing Positive. Aired 2:30-3p ET
• Ruth Bader Ginsburg's Death Sets Off Political Fight; Johns Hopkins: U.S. Death Toll Approaching 200,000; People Pay Tribute Outside the Supreme Court; Tropical Storm Beta Threatens Texas, Louisiana Coasts; Latin America Wildfires Threaten Permanent Damage. Aired 12-1a ET
• Possible Battle Emerging Between Democrats and Republicans for Next Justice Confirmation; U.S. Nearing 200,000 Mark for COVID-19 Deaths; Protest in Madrid on New Lockdown Measures; Risk of New Lockdown for United Kingdom as Outbreaks Accelerates; Source: McConnell Says Republicans Comfortable With Judge Amy Coney Barrett To Replace Ginsburg; Iran Calls U.S. Move To Reimpose Sanctions Void And Illegal; Feast On Egypt. Aired 2-3a ET


September 20, 2020
• Trump to Nominate Woman to Supreme Court; Respects and Tributes Pour In for Ruth Bader Ginsburg; Trump's Own Health Experts Don't Agree with Vaccine Timeline; RBG in Her Own Words. Aired 12-1a ET
• Trump to Nominate Woman to Supreme Court: Trump Holds Rally Despite Uptick in COVID-19 Cases; Trump Says He Approved TikTok Purchase Deal; Respects and Tributes Pour In for Ruth Bader Ginsburg. Aired 1-2a ET
• Trump to Nominate Woman to Supreme Court: Protesters Arrested in London over New U.K. Restrictions; Trump Says He Approved TikTok Purchase Deal; Thailand Demonstrations; Vaccine Makers Face Manufacturing and Delivery Challenges; Taiwan's COVID-19 Success Story; RBG in Her Own Words. Aired 3-4a ET
• Trump To Nominate Woman To Supreme Court; Growing Skepticism In U.S. Over Potential COVID-19 Vaccine; Taiwan's COVID-19 Success Story; Trump Says He Approved TikTok Purchase Deal; Ginsburg And Scalia: A Long Bipartisan Friendship. Aired 4-5a ET
• Republican Senator Lamar Alexander Supports McConnell To Vote For Supreme Court Nomination; Sen. Chris Van Hollen (D-MD) Is Interviewed On Senate's Vote To Replace Justice Ginsburg's Replacement; U.S. COVID-19 Deaths Nears 200,000; Uncertainty In The U.S. Elections Over Justice Ginsburg's Death. Aired 5-6p ET
• Supreme Court Fight; Nearly 200,000 People Have Now Died From COVID-19 In The U.S.; Biden Speaks As GOP, Democrats Battle Over Supreme Court; Two More GOP Senators Could Decide SCOTUS Seat Before Election. Aired 2-3p ET
• Two More GOP Senators Could Decide SCOTUS Seat Before Election; GOP Senator Lamar Alexander Signals He's OK With Senate Vote On Trump Nominee; Coronavirus Vaccine Timeline; Russia Election Meddling; Socially Distant Ceremony During Emmys; Cycle Of Incarceration. Aired 4-5p ET
• Biden Speaks As GOP And Democrats Battle Over Supreme Court; Nearly 200,000 People Have Now Died From COVID-19 In The U.S.; TikTok Drama Ticks Along As Trump Signals Approval. Aired 3-4p ET
• Lisa Murkowski Opposes Voting on Ginsburg Replacement Before Election; Joe Biden to Deliver Remarks Amid Supreme Court Fight; Crowd Chants "Fill That Seat" at Trump Rally; COVID-19 Deaths in the U.S. Soon to Reach 200,000; Thousands of Airline Workers May Soon Lose Their Jobs; Health Care and Abortion Rights on the Line Amid Supreme Court Fight; Interview with Assemblywoman Eloise Gomez Reyes (D-CA) about Dealing with COVID-19 and the Wildfires. Aired 1-2p ET


September 19, 2020
• Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg Dies at 87; Congress Gearing Up for Fight for Supreme Court Replacement; President Trump Makes Claims about Vaccine Timeline. Aired 2-2:45a ET
• Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg Dies at 87; Congress Gearing Up for Fight for Supreme Court Replacement; President Trump Makes Claims about Vaccine Timeline. Aired 3-3:30a ET
• Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg Dies at 87; U.K. Expands COVID-19 Restrictions across Parts of England; Demonstrations in Thailand against Government, Monarchy; Outgoing U.S. Ambassador: China's Actions Have Alienated Many. Aired 4-5a ET
• Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg Passes Away; President Trump Reportedly Considering Replacements for Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg; Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell Announces Intention to Confirm President Trump's Nominee to Replace Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg; Republican Senators Pronouncements from 2016 on Not Holding Hearings on President Obama's Supreme Court Nominee Due to Pending Election Examined; New Study Indicates Social Distancing to Prevent Coronavirus Spread Not Effective in Planes. Aired 10-11a ET
• Historic Fight Looms As Senate GOP Vows Vote On Trump's Nominee; GOP's Graham Has Vowed Senate Wouldn't Vote In Election Year On SCOTUS; Ginsburg's Death Throws Chaotic Election Into More Turmoil; E-mails Show Top HHS Official And Trump Ally Intimidating CDC Official. Aired 11a-12p ET
• Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg Passes Away; Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell Announces Intention To Confirm President Trump's Nominee To Replace Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg; Republican Senators Pronouncements From 2016 On Not Holding Hearings On President Obama's Supreme Court Nominee Due To Pending Election Examined; Package Containing Ricin Mailed To White House; Supreme Court Nomination Likely To have Significant Effect On 2020 Election; President Trump Claims 100 Million Coronavirus Vaccine Doses Will Be Ready By End of 2020. Aired 2-3p ET
• Trump Tweets Supreme Court Nominee Without Delay, McConnell Vows Senate Vote; Package Containing Ricin Addressed To President Trump Intercepted By Law Enforcement; Trump Adviser: President Wants To Announce SCOTUS Pick Before First Debate; Sen. Bob Casey (D-PA) Discusses Democrats Strategizing On Keeping GOP From Filling Ginsburg Seat; Death Of Ginsburg Will Reshape Supreme Court, Potentially The Country. Aired 3-4p ET
• Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg Dies At 87; Trump Adviser: President Wants To Announce Pick Before First Debate; Package Filled With Ricin Mailed To White House, Addressed To Trump; Trump: At Least 100 Million Vaccine Doses Before End Of Year; CDC Reverses August Testing Guidelines Posted By HHS In August; Fauci: Almost Nonexistent Flu Season In Australia Good Indicator For U.S. Aired 4-5p ET
• Trump To GOP: We Are Obligated To Fill Seat Without Delay; CNN: Trump Talked Privately About Nominating Female Justice; Crowds Fill Supreme Court Plaza In Vigil For Ginsburg; Winner Of AZ Senate Race Could Be Seated For Supreme Court Vote; Fauci: U.S. May Not See "Double Whammy" With COVID, Flu Season. Aired 12-1p ET
• Senate Democrats Holding Call On Strategy On SCOTUS Fight; GOP's Lindsey Graham Suggests He'd Go Back On His Vow Against A Vote; Source: Three Candidates Top Donald Trump's List To Fill Ruth Bader Ginsburg Seat; Supreme Court Nominating Process Expected To Be Contentious; Trump Wants To Announce Supreme Court Nominee Before First Debate; Dr. Patrice Harris Discusses Studies Showing Spacing People Out On Planes May Not Stop Virus Spread, Rising Cases In Five States. Aired 1-2p ET
• Trump Adviser: President Wants To Announce Pick Before First Debate; Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg Dies At 87; Trump Speaks Calling For Supreme Court Pick Without Delay; Trump Wants A Nominee For Ginsburg Seat By End Of Next Week, Likely A Woman; Interview With Sen. Dick Durbin (D-IL); Timothy Snyder, Author Of "On Tyranny," Discusses How Ginsburg's Death Affects Election, What It Means for Democracy, Republicans Insisting Garland Nomination Be Held Up In 2016. Aired 5-6p ET


September 18, 2020
• Did Not Air 1-2a ET
• New York City Delays In-Person Learning for Second Time; Trump Courts Voters in Battleground State of Wisconsin; Biden Holds Drive-In Town Hall in Pennsylvania; Kremlin Critic's Aides Say Poison Found on Water Bottle; Corruption Scandals Complicate S. Africa's COVID Response; Qantas Offers Scenic 'Flight to Nowhere' Over Australia. Aired 12-1a ET
• COVID Cases Worldwide Hit 30 Million; Disgruntled Employee Attacks President Trump; Israel Back to Nationwide Lockdown; Elderly People Most Affected in England; Presidential Candidates Working Double Time; Corruption Amidst a Pandemic in South Africa; Corruption Scandal Complicates South Africa's Covid Response; E.U. Travel Industry Pushes for Cohesive Restrictions; U.S. Airlines Plead for Federal Aid as Job Cuts Loom; CNN Brazil Crew Flies Over Scorched Pantanal Wetlands; Kremlin Critic's Aides Say Poison Found on Water Bottle. Aired 3-4a ET
• Sources Say, HHS Sent Heavily-Criticized Guidance on Testing to CDC, It Was Posted over Serious Objections from Scientists; Long Lines in Virginia for First Day of Early In-Person Voting; 80 Providence College Students Test Positive in Two Days. Aired 10-10:30a ET
• Biden, Trump Hold Very Different Campaign Events; Former Pence Aide Endorses Biden; COVID-19 Cases Emerge at U.S. Schools, College Campuses; Vaccine Push Intensifies with Mixed Messages on Timeline; Biden Frames Election as Scranton Verses Park Avenue; Trump Courts Voters in Battleground State of Wisconsin; U.S. Attorney General Compares COVID Lockdowns to Slavery. Aired 4-4:30a ET
• Israel, England Impose New Restrictions as Coronavirus Cases Spike; COVID-19 Cases Spike at U.S. Universities and Colleges; U.S. Ambassador to China Says COVID-19 Could Have Been Contained in Wuhan; Qantas Offers Scenic Flight to Nowhere Over Australia. Aired 4:30-5a ET
• Johns Hopkins: Global COVID-19 Cases Surpasses 30 Million; The CDC Projects Up to 218,000 U.S. Deaths by October 10th; U.S. Tops 6.6 Million COVID Cases and Nears 200,000 Deaths. Aired 2:15-3a ET
• Rep. Josh Gottheimer (D-NJ) and Rep. Tom Reed (R-NY) are Interviewed about a Stimulus Deal; Trump Attacks FBI Director; Aired 9:30-10a
• Vaccine Timeline?; President Trump Holds White House Press Briefing. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• Global Coronavirus Case Count Eclipses 30 Million; Trump, Biden Tell Conflicting Coronavirus Narratives; Source: CDC Guidelines on Tested Posted Last Month By HHS, Not CDC Scientists; Ex-Pence Aide: Trump "Doesn't Actually Care about Anyone Else"; Biden's New Effort to Win Over Working-Class Voters. Aired 11-11:30a ET
• Interview with Broward County Teachers Union President Anna Fusco; Oregon Rain Changes Wildfire Calculus; Terry Branstad Steps Down as U.S. Ambassador to China. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• CDC Testing Guidance Allegedly Published Outside Normal Review Process; Former Aide to Mike Pence Says She'll Vote for Biden After Her Experience At the White House; Biden Leans into Working Class Roots to Strike Contrast with Trump; Firefighter Dies While Battling Wildfire in California. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• Early In-Person Voting Begins in 4 More States; 30 States Report Uptick of New Cases, 15 Hold Stead, 4 Trend Downward; Gov. Ned Lamont (D-CT) Discusses Low Positivity Rate but Cases Ticking Up in Connecticut; Pelosi Praises Former Pence Aides Slamming Trump Administration's Pandemic Response; Pelosi: Trump, GOP Skepticism of Science Hurts Fight Against Pandemic. Aired 11:30a-12p ET
• Trump Claims Vaccine Progress, Vows Quick Distribution; Biden to Speak in Minnesota; Jimmy Kimmel Hosts Social Distant Ceremony as Emmys Go Virtual. Aired 3:30-4p Et
• Trump Administration Continues to Confuse COVID-19 Science; Flu Season May Be Mild This Year; Olivia Troye Endorses Joe Biden. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• Providence College Goes Remote After 80 Plus Students Tests Positive; World Health Organization Warns Of "Very Serious" COVID-19 Situation Unfolding In Europe; Source: CDC Testing Guidance Sidestepped Normal Review Process; Trump, Biden Clash On Coronavirus, Health Care; Israeli Marks Jewish New Year With Second COVID-19 Shutdown. Aired 12-12:30p ET
• NYT: COVID-19 Dragging Trump Down In Key Battleground Polls; Trump, Biden Head To Minnesota Today As State Begins Early Voting; Firefighter Dies While Battling El Dorado Fire In California. Aired 12:30-1pm ET
• Guidance on Asymptomatic Testing Restored to CDC Web Site; Joe Rogan Accuses Left-Wing Activists of Starting Fires, Law Enforcement Says Not True; NYT's Nikole Hannah-Jones Discusses Trump Calling the 1619 Project "Ideological Poison". Aired 1:30-2p ET
• Trump Administration Manipulates Agencies in Middle of Crises; Nurse on Ventilator Survives Two-Month Coma Says, It Wasn't My Time; Guidance on Asymptomatic Testing Restored to CDC Website. Aired 1- 1:30p ET
• Trump Attacks FBI Director for Calling Out Russian Interference; Pandemic Brings 2 Economies of U.S. into Focus, with Rich Raking in Billions as Main Street Suffers; UNICEF: Virus Linked to Millions More Children Living in Poverty; Kansas City Chiefs Fans Who Attended Game Opener Tested Positive; Pastor Who Flaunted Mask Mandates Now in ICU with COVID; "Reality Check": Trump Never Produced Health Care Plan "2 Weeks Away" Back in July. Aired 2:30-3p ET


September 17, 2020
• CDC Director Made a Mistake; AstraZeneca Pursue Clinical Trials; Hurricane Sally Left Areas Inundated; A.G. Bill Barr Compared Lockdowns to Slavery; Joe Biden Saying I trust Scientist, But I Don't Trust Donald Trump; President Trump Faced Questions on COVID-19 from Undecided Voters; Grieving Daughter Blasts Trump Over COVID-19; Venezuelans Fear COVID-19 Diagnosis More than Death; CNN Accompanies Turkish Coast Guard on Migrant Rescue; U.S. Fed Say it Will Keep Interest Rates Near Zero. Aired 3-4a ET
• Trump Claims CDC Chief "Confused" on Masks, Vaccine; Biden: Politics Cannot Interfere with Vaccine Research; Officials Considered Using Heat Ray on Protesters; Barr Compares Justice Department Staff to Preschoolers; Hurricane Sally Weakens But Still Dropping Torrential Rain; Smoke From U.S. West Coast Wildfires Reaches Europe. Aired 4- 4:30a ET
• Trump Contradicts CDC Chief's Testimony on Masks and Vaccines; Torrential Rain Causes Flooding in Florida Panhandle and Alabama; Biden Campaign Launches New Battleground Ads Today. Aired 10-10:30a ET
• Scientific American Backs Biden in First-Ever Endorsement; Grieving Daughter Criticizes Trump's COVID-19 Response; Biden Outlines COVID-19 Response, Pushes for Mask Mandate; Venezuelans Fear COVID-19 Diagnosis More Than Death; South Africa Plans to Reopen Its Borders in October; Navalny Team Now Believes He Was Poisoned at Hotel; U.S. Fed Says It Will Keep Interest Rates Near Zero. Aired 4:30-5a ET
• Trump Claims CDC Chief "Confused"; Biden: Politics Cannot Interfere with Vaccine Research; "Historic and Catastrophic Flooding" along U.S. Gulf Coast; Kushner Refuses to Rule Out Assassinations as Part of U.S. Foreign Policy; U.S. Officials Weighed Using Heat Ray on Protesters; Venezuelans Fear COVID-19 Diagnosis More Than Death; Growing Concerns Over Vaccine Supply & Distribution; Congressional Report Slams Boeing, FAA for Deadly Crashes. Aired 12-1a ET
• Trump: CDC Has It Wrong On Vaccines And Masks; Sally Rescue Operations Begin; Almost 30 Fires Still Raging In Oregon; Trump Administration Pushing Imminent Vaccine Narrative; Growing Concerns over Vaccine Supply and Distribution; Report Slams Boeing, FAA for Deadly Crashes. Aired 1-2a ET
• Flooding in Florida and Alabama; Maine Wedding Linked to Coronavirus; Oregon Officials Fight Fires and Conspiracy Theories; Sen. Jeff Merkley (D-OR) is Interviewed about Wildfires, Stimulus, and Charging Protesters with Sedition. Aired 9:30-10a
• Trump Rails Against Foes at National Archives; Trump Administration Requested Heat Ray to Clear D.C. Protest?; Trump Continues Contradicting Health Officials on COVID-19. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• Trump Contradicts CDC Chief's Testimony on Masks and Vaccines; BioNTech Expands Production Capacity, Seeks October Vaccine Approval; Internal AstraZeneca Document Revealed Vaccine Trial Participant Has Serious Symptoms; Attorney General William Barr Blasts DOJ Prosecutors, Equates Them to Pre-schoolers; Whistleblower: Military Police Considered Using Heat Ray Against Protesters Near White House; Torrential Rain Causes Flooding in Florida Panhandle And Alabama. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• Joe Biden Speaks Directly To Voters Tonight In Cnn Town Hall; Former Top U.S. Intel Official Calls On Congress To Create Bipartisan Commission To Oversee Election. Aired 12:30-1p ET
• U.S. Presidents Historically Honored Election Process; University COVID-19 Cases Continue to Rise; Bill Barr Criticizes Integrity of Justice Department Prosecutors. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• Robert Redfield and President Trump Disagree on Vaccine Timeline; FBI Director Wray Testifies Domestic Terrorism Is Up; Interview with Sen. Tim Kaine (D-VA) and the Family of Lorne Breen. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• Trump Rails Against Foes with Dramatic Rant at National Archives; 200+ University of Wisconsin Students Test Positive Since Dorm Move in Began in August; Colleges Crack Down on Student Behavior as Virus Spreads; Joe Biden Town Hall. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• Trump Creates Confusion, Contradicts Scientists on Masks, Vaccines; U.S. Adds 36,000+ New Infections on Wednesday; Trump: Blue States Drag Down U.S. COVID Response; GOP More Dismissive of Trump Controversies as Election Nears; Cohen: A.G. Barr is President Trump's New Fixer. Aired 11-11:30a ET
• Jocelyn Benson, (D) Michigan Secretary of State, Discusses Trump Questioning Mail-In Ballot Integrity, Postal Service Ability to Handle Mail-In Ballots; Former DNI Dan Coats Says Question Integrity of Election System Is Dangerous, Calls on Congress to Create Election Watchdog Group; Biden Launches New Ads in Battleground States, Pushes Advantage on Coronavirus; House Speaker Nancy Pelosi Draws Line on Coronavirus Stimulus Package Negotiations. Aired 11:30a-12p ET
• 23 States Recording More Infections This Week Versus Last Week; CDC Director: Vaccine Likely Available To General Public In Mid-2021; Bill Barr: Junior Members Of Justice Department Shouldn't Set Agenda; Bill Barr: Prosecutors "Inserted Themselves" Into Political Process; Bill Barr: AG & DOJ Are "Political" But In A "Good And Necessary" Way. Aired 12-12:30p ET
• Trump Undermines His CDC as More States See Rise in Cases; Moderna CEO Says, Hope to Know by November if Vaccine Works; Barr Says, COVID Lockdowns Greatest Intrusion of Liberties Since Slavery. Aired 1-1:30p ET
• Mom: Southwest Kicked Me & 2-Year-Old Son Off Flight Over Mask; WHO Warns Europe Not in Clear Yet on Coronavirus; British Foreign Minister, Dominic Raab, Discusses Rising COVID Cases, Testing Capacity Problems, U.K. Vaccine Research, Trade with U.S. & Good Friday Agreement; FOX Peddles Dangerous Misinformation about Coronavirus. Aired 1:30-2p ET
• Baltimore Schools CEO: 65% of Students Attending Online Class; Marshall Berton, UGA Junior & Executive Director, UGA Votes, Discusses UGA Reversing Decision to Allow In-Person Campus Voting; David Laufman, Attorney for a Military Whistleblower Adam DeMarco, Discusses Defense Department Official Wanting to Use Heat Ray on Protesters; Joe Biden Speaks Directly to Voters Tonight in CNN Town Hall; Indonesian Village Making Anti-Maskers Dig Graves for COVID Victims. Aired 2:30- 3p ET
• Migrants At Sea Say Greek Government Turns Them Away; Quarantine Warehousing In Venezuela; Djokovic Back In Action, Back On Form. Aired 2-3a ET


September 16, 2020
• Hurricane Sally Brings More Rain; President Trump Pressed by Voters; Japan with a New Leader; Israel, UAE, and Bahrain Signs an Agreement; Air Polluted by Wildfires; Oregon County Brace For More Fire Deaths; Hurricane Sally Grows to Category Two as it Nears Landfall; Japan's New Prime Minister to be Sworn in By Emperor; Russian Opposition Post Picture of Navalny; France's COVID-19 Resurgence; Indonesia Orders People who Refused to Wear Mask to Dig Graves; Manhunt on The L.A. Shooting Incident with Reward Now Reaching $275,000; Racial Tensions with Law Enforcement Remain High; Breonna Taylor's Family Receives Settlement; Poll Show Donald Trump Less Trusted than Xi, Putin on Virus; U.S. Image Plummets Internationally in Handling of Coronavirus Pandemic; Mexico Holds Presidential Plane Lottery. Aired 3-4a ET
• Slow-Moving Hurricane Sally Pummels Gulf Coast with Torrential Rain; Trump Again Claims Virus Will Just Disappear; 87 Fires Burn More Than 4.7 Acres in Ten States. Aired 10-10:30a ET
• Hurricane Sally Brings More Rain; Israel, UAE and Bahrain Sign Agreements; Authorities Brace for More Fire Deaths; Donald Trump Less Trusted than Xi, Putin, on Virus; France's COVID-19 Resurgence; Japanese Lawmakers Electing New Prime Minister; U.S. Image Plummets Over Pandemic Response. Aired 12-1a ET
• Hurricane Sally Grows to Category 2 as it Nears Landfall; Parts of West Coast Now Have Worst Air Quality in World; Authorities Brace for More Wildfire Deaths; Trump to Woodward: Virus is a Killer If It Gets You; Trump Contradicts Health Experts' Advice on Masks; Israel Signs Diplomatic Deals with UAE and Bahrain. Aired 4-4:30a ET
• Hurricane Sally To Flash Flood Gulf Coast; Further Reveals In Woodward Tapes; Middle East Agreement Not Regional Peace Accord; Suga To Follow In Shinzo's Footsteps; Hurricane Sally Grows into Category 2 as it Nears Landfall; Authorities Brace for More Wildfire Deaths; Racial Tensions with Law Enforcement Remain High; More than 25 percent of U.S. Gulf Oil Output Shut Down; Mexico Holds Presidential Plane Lottery. Aired 1-2a ET
• Japan's New PM Reappoints Finance Minister; Pew World Poll: U.S. World Reputation Shredded; No. 1 Chess Champ Ranks No. 10 In Fantasy Football. Aired 2-3a ET
• Survey: Trump Less Trusted Than Xi, Putin on Virus; Biden Narrowly Leads Trump in New Florida Poll; Biden Looks for Latino Votes in Florida; French Cities of Bordeaux and Marseille Face New Restrictions; U.K. Prime Minister to Face Questions Over Testing Shortage; Hurricane Sally Grows to Category 2 As It Nears Landfall. Aired 4:30-5a ET
• Trump Once Again Downplays Using Masks to Battle COVID-19; Sally Batters Gulf Coast. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• House Report Blasts 737 Max Failures; Hurricane Sally Pummels with Rain; Pelosi Wants Stimulus Deal Reached; Sen. John Barrasso (R- WY) is Interviewed about the Stimulus, the Environment and the Peace Deal. Aired 9:30-10a
• Interview with California Director of Forestry and Fire Protection Thom Porter; Interview with Air Force Hurricane Hunter Kendall Dunn; Interview with 3M Chairman and CEO Mike Roman. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• Trump Fields Tough Questions from Voters at Town Hall; Hurricane Sally Pounds Gulf Coast; Alabama Hit by 1st Hurricane in 15 Years; Greg Michel, Mississippi Emergency Management Agency Director, Discusses Being Spared from Worst of Hurricane Sally; Trump: I Didn't "Downplay" COVID-19, I "Up-Played It". Aired 11-11:30a ET
• Slow-Moving Hurricane Sally Pummels Gulf Coast with Torrential Rain; Interview with Dauphin Island Mayor Jeff Collier on the Impact of Hurricane Sally; Trump Tells Pennsylvania Voters at a Town Hall He Didn't Downplay Coronavirus; Hurricane Sally Pummels U.S. Gulf Coast with Torrential Rain; Wildfires Burn More Than 3.2 Million Acres Across California. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• CDC Director: Vaccine Likely Available To General Public In Mid-2021; Some House Dems Upset Over Rejection Of New Stimulus Proposal; West Coast Fires Kill At Least 35 People, Burn 4.7 Plus Million Acres. Aired 12:30-1p ET
• Trump Administration Continues to Question COVID-19 Science; Interview with Author Tony Schwartz; Interview with Town Hall Attendee Ellesia Blaque. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• California Wildfires Kill at Least 25 People, Burns 3.2+ Million Acres, But Rain Expected; New Video of Top HHS Spokesman's Conspiracy-Laden Rant on Facebook Live; Collision Between 2 Construction Cranes in Austin Injures at Least 21; Trump Falsely Claims "Stocks Are Owned by Everybody"; Laura Helmuth, Editor-in- Chief, "Scientific American," Discusses Magazine's 1st Presidential Endorsement. Aired 11:30a-12p ET
• Sally Dumps Two Feet Rain In Gulf With More Still To Come; Hurricane Sally Pounds Gulf Coast; President Donald Trump Struggles With Truth In Voter Town Hall; Trump: "I Hope There's Not A Race Problem" In The United States; Twenty-three States Report Uptick In New Cases, 10 Trend Down, 17 Hold Steady. Aired 12-12:30p ET
• Floodwaters Turn Streets Into Rivers As Hurricane Batters Coast; Trump Delivers Alternate Reality On His Pandemic Response; Trump Shares Manipulated Biden Video With Anti-Police Anthem. Aired 1- 1:30p ET
• Trump Shares Manipulated Video With Anti-Police Anthem; Sen. Mazie Hirono (D-HI) Discusses Trump's Promises But Failure To Deliver Health Care Plan, Dems Concerned Trump Will Declare Victory Before Votes Tallied; Wade Crowfoot, California's Secretary For Natural Resources, Discusses Confronting Trump Over Refusal To Believe Climate Science Regarding Wildfires. Aired 1:30-2p ET
• Ellesia Blague, Assistant Professor & Undecided Voter With Chronic Conditions, Demanded To Know If Trump Would Keep Same Insurance Protections As Obamacare; How Trump Has Eroded Americans' Faith In A Vaccine; Trump Official Accuses Media Of Overblowing Children's COVID Risks; Mom Discovers Challenges To Getting Kids Tested; Trump Takes Credit For Big Ten Bringing Back Football. Aired 2:30-3p ET
• Trump's Health Spokesperson Taking Leave of Absence after Conspiracy Rant; At Least Eight Dead, Dozens Missing Among Oregon Fires; Big Ten Reverses Course, Will Play College Football This Fall; Biden Gives Speech on His Plan for COVID-19 Vaccines. Aired 3:30-4p ET


September 15, 2020
• Wildfires Ravaged U.S. West Coast; Hurricane Sally Now a Category One; Coronavirus Cases Increases Worldwide; U.S.-China Trade Tensions Deepen; Israel, UAE, and Bahrain Signs Peace Agreement; Kremlin Approves Loan to Belarus; U.S. Wildfires, Dozens of Blazes Burn Millions of Acres in Western States; Filmmaker Records California Berry Creek Fire; World May Not Have Enough Coronavirus Vaccine Doses Until 2024; Close to 30 Million COVID-19 Infections Worldwide; CDC Reports Altered to Avoid Undermining Trump; Trump Holds Second Indoor Rally in Two Days; Growing Number of Hong Kong Residents Fleeing; Manhunt for Person who Shot L.A. Sheriff's Deputies; Sport and Social Justice In U.S. Open. Aired 3-4a ET
• Gulf Coast Bracing for Life-Threatening Storm Surge, Flash Flooding; At Least 36 Dead, Dozens Missing in West Coast Wildfires; Biden and Trump Battle for Crucial Latino Voters in Florida. Aired 10- 10:30a ET
• As Fires Rage, Trump Questions Climate Science; Dozens of Fires Devastating Parts of Western U.S.; U.S. Gulf Coast Braces for Impact from Hurricane Sally; Trump to Woodward: Nothing More Could Have Been Done; Trump Holds Second Indoor Rally in Two Days; World May Not Have Enough Vaccine Doses Until 2024. Aired 4-4:30a ET
• Trump Downplays Role of Global Warming in Western Fires; Climate Change Skeptic Appointed to Top Position at NOAA; U.K. Bans Social Gatherings of More than Six; Trump and Supporters: We Don't Need Masks; Bahrain, UAE to Sign Normalization Pacts with Israel Tuesday; Growing Number of Hong Kong Residents Fleeing; Oracle to Be TikTok's Business Partner in U.S. Aired 12-1a ET
• White House Climate Change Denier On Fires; Two Year's Worth Of Fire In A Week; High Flood Risk In Mississippi And Alabama; 2024 To Achieve Global Inoculation Says Vaccine Make; Bahrain, UAE to Sign Normalization Pacts with Israel Tuesday; Trump Administration to Block More Goods from China Suspected of Being Made with Slave Labor; Growing Number of Hong Kong Residents Fleeing; Russia's Putin Announces $1.5 Billion Loan to Belarus; U.S. Open Champ Naomi Osaka Finds Her Voice. Aired 1-2a ET
• Presidential Race in Florida Tightens; Gov. Ron DeSantis Not Releasing School COVID-19 Data; Interview with former Assistant Secretary for Counterterrorism and Threat Prevention at the Department of Homeland Security Elizabeth Neumann. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• White House Hosts Middle East Signing; Putin Offers Aid To Lukashenko; WHO Report: World COVID Response Inadequate; NASA: There May Be Life On Venus. Aired 2-3a ET
• Bahrain, UAE to Sign Normalization Pacts with Israel; U.S. Ambassador to China Stepping Down; Cuba Extends Curfew and Lockdown Measures; Russian Opposition Leader Off Ventilator; Manhunt for Person Who Shot Sheriff's Deputies; U.S. Open Champ Naomi Osaka Speaks Out. Aired 4:30-5a ET
• More Children Test Positive for Virus; Vaccine Trial Surpasses Diversity Goal; New Video of Ambushed Deputies; Champions for Change Boyan Slat. Aired 9:30-10a ET
• Louisville Settles Lawsuit With Breonna Taylor Family; Western Wildfires; President Trump Continues to Ignore COVID-19 Science; Hurricane Sally Targets Gulf Coast. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• Israel, UAE, Bahrain Sign Historic Peace Accord At White House. Aired 12:30-1p ET
• Hurricane Sally Expected to Strengthen Before Striking Gulf Coast; Hundreds Expected At the White House for a Peace Agreement Signing Between Israel, Bahrain And the UAE; At Least 36 Dead, Dozens Missing in West Coast Wildfires. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• City of Louisville Reaches $12 Million Settlement with Breonna Taylor's Family; Heartbroken Window of COVID-19 Victim Warns Americans of Deadly Virus; NFL Free Agent Calls League's Racial Justice Efforts Half Hearted; DOJ Opens Criminal Investigation into Bolton's Book. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• Hurricane Sally Closes in on Gulf States; Gov. Tate Reeves (R- MS) Discusses Hurricane Sally Preparations Amid Pandemic; Trump Insists U.S. "Rounding the Turn" & Claims Vaccine "Weeks" Away; Experts Say It's Reckless for Trump to Hold Rallies Amid Pandemic; 36 People Dead in CA, OR, WA in Historic Wildfires. Aired 11-11:30a ET
• Hurricane Sally to Make Landfall Tonight; Live Coverage of Joe Biden Speech on Veterans; Live Coverage of Press Conference as Breonna Taylor's Family Reaches Settlement Agreement. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• Trump Blames California Wildfires On Lack Of Maintaining Forests Instead Of Climate Change; Katrina Survivor Prepares For Hurricane Sally; Top HHS Spokesman Says Government Scientists Guilty Of "Sedition"; Lt. Gov. John Fetterman (D-PA) Discusses Judge Ruling PA Coronavirus Restrictions Unconstitutional & Mail-In-Voting Delays. Aired 11:30a-12p ET
• Hurricane Sally Closes In On Gulf Coast; Gulf States Bracing For "Historic" Rainfall Event; Soon: Israel, UAE, Bahrain Sign Peace Deal; Dr. Anthony Fauci Says "I Prefer To Look Forward" When Asked If Woodward Revelations Could Have Saved Lives; Trump Welcomes Middle East Leaders For Historical Deal Signing. Aired 12-12:30p ET
• Israel, UAE, Bahrain Sign Historic Peace Accord At White House. Aired 1-1:30p ET
• Israel, UAE, Bahrain Sign Historic Peace Accord At White House; Dr. Chris Pernell Discusses Vaccine Trials, Trump's Timeline Challenged, Dem Senate Candidate "Hesitant" To Take COVID Vaccine; Trump Health Aide Pushes Conspiracies, Warns Of Armed Revolt; Gulf Coast Bracing For Sally's Life-Threatening Storm Surge, Flash Flooding. Aired 1:30-2p ET
• City Of Louisville Reaches $12 Million Settlement With Breonna Taylor's Family; Healthy 14-Year-Old Contracted COVID-19 And Now Suffering From Myocarditis; Rob Harris, Los Angeles Police Protective League Union Director, Discusses Ambush Shooting Of Two Sheriff's Deputies In Los Angeles & L.A. Sheriff Challenging LeBron James To Double Reward For Finding Shooter. Aired 2:30-3p ET


September 14, 2020
• Blazes Burning Across Large Parts of California; One Million Acres Burned in Oregon; U.S. Aid Cut Has Deepened Crisis in Yemen; Early Voting Begins This Week in Four States; Need for Diversity in Vaccine Trial Volunteers; Microsoft Will Not Buy U.S. Operations from ByteDance. Aired 12-1a ET
• Wildfires Raging for Weeks; Pandemic Worsen by Fires; Tropical Storm Sally Developing into Hurricane; Bibi Netanyahu Visits Washington; Greek President's Visit Annoys Turkey; TikTok and Oracle Business Partnership on Works; Countries Tightening Their Rules; Europe Going Along with COVID-19; Pfizer Waiting for Vaccine Efficacy; U.S. President Violates Rules; Japan's LDP Picked New Leader; Massive Fires Killed 35 People. Aired 3-4a ET
• At Least 35 People Killed as Fires Rage on West Coast; Blazes Burning Across Large Parts of California; Trump Holds Indoor Rally Flouting COVID Restrictions; Many Trump Rally Attendees Refuse to Wear Masks; Trump Shrinks Biden's Lead in Recent Polling; Pfizer Could Know If Vaccine Works By End of October; Israel Approves Second Lockdown as Cases Surge; England Tightens Restrictions, Caps Gatherings at Six. Aired 4-4:30a ET
• Sally Expected to Become Hurricane, Make Landfall Near New Orleans; Deadly Wildfires Ravage U.S. West Coast; Pfizer Predicts Results on Vaccine by End of October. Aired 10-10:30a ET
• Japanese Lawmakers Vote On Abe's Replacement; West Coast Blaze Unrelenting; Tropical Storm Sally Could Flood Louisiana And Alabama; Greek PM Talks To CNN On Migrant Crisis; COVID High: 308,000 New Coronavirus Cases Sunday Worldwide; U.S. Aid Cut Has Deepened Crisis in Yemen; TikTok, Oracle to Become Business Partners in U.S.; OPEC's Relationship with the U.S. Over the Decades; Dominic Thiem Wins 2020 U.S. Open in Thrilling Comeback. Aired 1-2a ET
• U.S. Aid Cut Has Deepened Crisis in Yemen; Lukashenko to Meet with Putin Amid Ongoing Protests; Greek President Speaks About Tensions with Turkey. Aired 4:30-5a ET
• Ambush of L.A. County Deputies; Stimulus Deal Unlikely; Pennsylvania Election on Hold; TikTok Partnering with Oracle. Aired 9:30-10a
• Tropical Storm Sally Bears Down on United States; U.S. Adds 34,000 New COVID-19 Infections on Sunday; Infectious Disease Expert: "We Never Really Got the Cases Down"; Trump Holds Indoor Nevada Rally Amid Pandemic; Doctor: Indoor Trump Rally, Without Masks, is "Negligent Homicide"; 35 Dead in CA, OR, WA From Historic Wildfires; Joe Hessel, Oregon Department of Forestry Administrator, Discusses Wildfires & Climate Change; NYT: Trump Doubles Down on Anti-Climate Change Agenda; Biden: Climate Change Poses an Imminent Existential Threat. Aired 11-11:30a ET
• Both Presidential Candidates to Visit Pennsylvania This Week; Florida State University Begins Randomized COVID-19 Testing; New CNN Special "Champions for Change" Begins This Week. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• Trump Speaks at National Guard Ceremony; Oregon Fire Chief Loses Her Own Home While Battling Fires; NYC Teachers Fear Schools Are Not Ready to Be Safely Reopened. New Book: Trump Wanted to Speak with Mueller, Lawyers Stopped Him. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• Deadly Wildfires Ravage U.S. West Coast; Pfizer Predicts Results on Vaccine By End of October; One Hundred Thousand Reward Offered in Ambush Shooting of L.A. County Deputies. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• NOAA: Sally Now A Hurricane, Rapidly Strengthening; Minorities Hit Harder By Coronavirus Economic Impacts; 35 Dead In CA, OR, WA From Historic Wildfires. Aired 12:30-1p ET
• Biden: Climate Change Poses an Imminent Existential Threat; Mayor Carlos Gimenez (R-Miami-Dade County)Discusses Florida Allowing Bars to Reopen at 50% Capacity but Southern Florida "Not Ready"; NFL Players Focus on Social Justice in Opening Sunday. Aired 11:30a-12p ET
• Trump Flies to California, Gets Briefed About the Wildfires; Southern Louisiana Hurricane Watch; Trump Held Indoor Rally; Bahrain Joins UAE to Re-establish Relations with Israel; OPEC Celebrates 60 Years. Aired 2-3a ET
• Hurricane Sally May Strengthen to Category Two; Live Coverage of President Trump Press Statement; Interview with Xavier University President Reynold Verret. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• Trump Insisted To Woodward He "Acted Early" To Stop Pandemic; Trump Seeks Attention On Stock Market Over Pandemic Response; Trump Repeatedly Insisted Pandemic Would Disappear; Trump To Woodward: Nothing More Could Have Been Done" On COVID-19. Aired 12-12:30p ET
• Wildfires, Hurricanes Loom As New Trump Pick Is Climate- Skeptic; Nearly Half Of States See Fewer New Cases; World's Largest Vaccine Manufacturer Warns That If COVID-19 Vaccine Needs Two Doses, World Won't Have Enough Until 2024. Aired 1-1:30p ET
• Biden Delivers Remarks On Western Wildfires, Climate Crisis. Aired 1:30-2p ET
• Dr. Warren Anderson Of University Of Wisconsin, Eau Claire, Discusses The University Testing Asymptomatic Students As Outbreaks Flare; California Governor & Trump Face-To-Face As Deadly Wildfires Ravage State; Federal Health Officials Say Trump's HHS Altered Documents From The CDC; Gregory Stanton, Genocide Watch Founding President, Discusses How QAnon Is A Nazi Cult Rebranded. Aired 2:30-3p ET
• Hurricane Sally Gaining Strength As It Heads Toward Gulf Coast; Thousands Of Firefighters Battling 29 Major Wildfires In CA; Biden Speaks On Climate Crisis As Wildfires Rage In The West; World's Largest Vaccine Manufacturer Warns It Could Take Until 2024 To Develop If Two Doses Are Needed; Trump To Woodward: Nothing More Could Have Been Done On Virus. Aired 3-3:30p ET


September 13, 2020
• U.S. Wildfires Kill At Least 28, Scorch Nearly Five Million Acres; Two Officers Shot In Compton, California; No Distancing And Few Masks At Trump Rally; Coronavirus Vaccine Trials; Yellow Vests Return; Afghan Government And Taliban To Discuss Ceasefire; Iranian Champion Wrestler, Navid Afkari Executed; Naomi Osaka Wins 2020 U.S. Open. Aired 2-3a ET
• Two Officers Shot In Compton, California; U.S. Wildfires Kill At Least 28, Scorch Nearly Five Million Acres; Tropical Storm Sally To Become Hurricane By Monday Evening; Coronavirus Vaccine Trials; Red Cross: Migrants And Refugees Least Protected From COVID-19; Afghan Government And Taliban To Discuss Ceasefire; British "Rage Mums" Angered By U.K.'s Response To COVID-19. Aired 3-4a ET
• No Distancing And Few Masks At Trump Rally; U.S. Wildfires Kill At Least 28, Scorch Nearly Five Million Acres; Coronavirus Vaccine Trials; Trump Appointees Interfere With CDC Reports; Yellow Vests Return; Georgia Arrest Video Triggers Investigation; Naomi Osaka Wins 2020 U.S. Open. Aired 4-5a ET
• U.S. Wildfires Kill At Least 28, Scorch Nearly Five Million Acres; No Distancing And Few Masks At Trump Rally; Coronavirus Vaccine Trials; Ohio College Students Face $500-Plus Fines; Yellow Vests Return; Naomi Osaka Wins 2020 U.S. Open. Aired 5-6a ET
• California Wildfires; Storm Expected To Make Landfall In Louisiana As Hurricane; Few Masks Among Large Crowd At Latest Trump Rally; Navarro: Trump's Handling Of Outbreak "Straightforward"; Georgia Sheriff's Deputy Fired After Viral Arrest Video; California Wildfires Scorch Beloved Camp For Children With Cancer; Colorado's Secretary Of State Sues USPS Over Election Mailers; First NFL Sunday Since Pandemic Kicks Off. Aired 2-3p ET
• Wildfires Ravage In California, Oregon And Washington State; Tropical Storm Sally To Make Landfall As Hurricane In New Orleans; COVID Vaccines Before Year-end According To Pfizer; Trump To Hold Indoor Rally In Nevada; Michael Bloomberg To Spend $100 Million In Support For Biden In Florida; L.A. County Police Searching for Shooter Of Two Deputies; Police Officer Fired For Excessive Force Striking A Black Man; Second Lockdown For Israel As Cases Surge. Aired 5-6p ET
• At Least 33 Dead As Wildfires Scorch The West Coast; Storm Expected To Make Landfall In Louisiana As Hurricane; Trump To Hold Two Indoor Rallies In Nevada; Mike Bloomberg To Spend At Least $100 Million In Florida To Support Biden; Jerry Seinfeld Pleads For Federal Funds To Save NYC Performance Venues; Two Sheriff's Deputies Ambushed By Gunman While In Their Car; Fighting For The Latinos; Champions For Change. Aired 4-5p ET
• Thirty-three People Confirmed Dead In Wildfires, Dozens Missing; Trump Gains In Latest Polling, But Biden Still In Control; Pfizer CEO: Good Chance We'll Know If Vaccine Works By October; Trump To Hold Nevada Rally Despite COVID Restrictions; Venezuelans Fear COVID-19 Diagnosis More Than Death; Trump Team Pushes Doctored Videos To Smear Biden. Aired 6-7p ET


September 12, 2020
• U.S. Wildfires; Coronavirus Pandemic; Afghanistan Peace Talks in Doha; Moria Camp Disaster; Remembering 9/11. Aired 2-2:45a ET
• U.S. Wildfires; Coronavirus Pandemic; Trump Announces Deal between Bahrain and Israel; Remembering 9/11. Aired 3-4a ET
• U.S. Wildfires; Coronavirus Pandemic; Former Officers Charged In George Floyd's Death Appear In Court; Osaka And Azarenka Go Head To Head In New York. Aired 4-5a ET
• North Carolina Mails Out Absentee Ballots; U.S. Wildfires; Coronavirus Pandemic; Afghan Government And Taliban Begin Peace Talks; Former Officers Charged In George Floyd's Death Appear In Court; Osaka And Azarenka Go Head To Head In New York. Aired 5-6a ET
• Deadly, Fast-Moving Wildfires Ravage West Coast; Trump To Hold Rally In Nevada Amid Raging Wildfires, Pandemic; Fauci Says Virus May Disrupt Lives Until The End Of Next Year; Texas History Teacher Takes Remote Learning Road Trip; Notre Dame Will Allow Some Fans At Today's Game Versus Duke; Top Aide To Prosecutor Investigating Trump-Russia Probe Resigns; Witness Comes Face-To-Face With Kenosha Gunman. Aired 11a-12p ET
• Wildfires Burn Largely Out Of Control Up And Down U.S. West Coast; Trump Administration Questioning Local Election Officials On Mail-In Ballots; All Students At Michigan State University Strongly Encouraged To Self-Quarantine Due To Coronavirus Outbreak On Campus; President Trump's Recorded Comments About Lethality And Communicability Of Coronavirus Draw Controversy; Companies Struggle To Obtain Minority Volunteers For Coronavirus Vaccine Trials; Russian Coronavirus Vaccine Enters Phase Three Trials; Families Purchase Land In Georgia To Build Pro-Black Community. Aired 2-3p ET
• At Least 26 Dead As Fires Rage Across The West Coast; Smoke From Wildfires Could Make People More Susceptible To COVID-19; Trump To Hold Reno Rally As Wildfires Ravage West Coast; Around 40,000-Plus Infections Reported On College Campuses Nationwide; QAnon Fans Spread Fake Claims About Real Fires In Oregon; Pompeo Attends Historic Afghan Peace Talks In Qatar. Aired 12-1p ET
• Source Says, CDC Reports Altered To Line Up With Trump's Messaging; Nearly 100 Wildfires Burning Across West Coast; Director Rob Reiner & Actor Cary Elwes Discuss "The Princess Bride" Cast Teaming Up With Wisconsin Democratic Party To Help Joe Biden Carry The State; Key Model Predicts 415,000 COVID Deaths By Jan. 1; CDC: Virus' Death Rate Less Than One Percent For Everyone But Those Over 70. Aired 3-4p ET
• Source: CDC Reports Altered To Line Up With Trump's Messaging; Crowd Gathers For The Trump Rally With Few Masks, No Social Distancing; Trump To Visit California Monday Amid Historic Wildfires; Rep. John Garamendi (D-CA) Discusses The California Wildfires, Pompeo Meeting With Taliban A Day After Anniversary Of 9/11, Trump's Troop Drawdown In Afghanistan; Now: Osaka & Azarenka Battle For U.S. Open Women's Title; Naomi Osaka Showcases Social Justice Masks At U.S. Open Final. Aired 4-5p ET
• Crowd Gathers For Trump Rally With Few Masks, No Social Distancing; Trump To Visit California Monday For Briefing On Wildfires; Ohio College Students Face Fines For Hosting House Party Despite Testing Positive For COVID-19; Kenosha Shooting Survivor Recounts Attack; Some Voters In Swing State North Carolina Don't Like Trump Or Biden; All Eyes On Suburban Women Voters In North Carolina. Aired 5-6p ET
• Trump To Hold Reno Rally As Wildfires Ravage West Coast; Oregon Prepares For Mass Fatality Incident As Fires Ravage State; Labor Department Fines Smithfield Over Meatpacking Plant Outbreak; Mark Lauritsen, International V.P., UFCW Union, Discusses Labor Department Fining Smithfield Foods In First Coronavirus Citation; Senators Demand Recalls After Report Finds Amazon's Own Products Are Being Flagged As Hazards; Kenosha Shooting Survivor Recounts Attack. Aired 1-2p ET
• Crowd Gathers For Trump Rally With Few Masks, No Social Distancing; Key Model Predicts 415,000 COVID Deaths By January 1st; At Least 28 People Known Dead In West Coast Wildfires; Trump Lists Off Seven Hours Of Fox Programming He Watched; Cast Of "The Princess Bride" Reunites For Swing State Fundraiser. Aired 6-7p ET


September 11, 2020
• Trump Says He Downplayed the Virus to Avoid Panic; India Sets Global Record for Single Day Spike in COVID-19 Cases; Oregon Officials: 500,000 People Forced to Leave Homes; At Least 28 Fires Burning Across California; Huge Fire Erupts in Beirut Port, Weeks After Deadly Explosion; Thousands Without Shelter after Fire at Moria Refugee Camp; Microsoft: Foreign Hackers Targeting 2020 U.S. Election. Aired 12-1a ET
• Moira Fire, Germany, France to Take Hundreds of Refugee Children; Huge Fire Erupts in Beirut Port, Weeks After Deadly Explosion; Portland Declares State of Emergency Due to Fires; Oregon Officials Say 500,000 People Forced to Leave Homes; Tensions Over U.K.'s Brexit Strategy; Ancient City in Mexico Reopens for Tourist; WWF Living Planet Reports On Its Findings; U.S. Still Tops in COVID Cases; India's COVID Cases Skyrocketed; Medical Experts Furious Over Trump's Statement; Vaccine Is Good, Shortcuts Isn't. Aired 3-4a ET
• Trump Compares Himself to Roosevelt, Churchill; Trump's Admissions Spart Outrage, So He Blames Woodward; Bolton: Trump Only Views Virus as Political Threat; NIH Director: Vaccine Trials Will Not Compromise Safety; Medical Experts Slam Trump for Downplaying Virus; France Confirms Record 9,843 New Cases in 24-Hours; Fire Erupts in Beirut Port Weeks After Deadly Explosion. Aired 4-4:30a ET
• Nation Marks 19 Years Since Terror Attacks While Battling Pandemic; Trump Claims I Didn't Lie About Deadly Pandemic Despite Tape; Trump Speaks at Flight 93 Memorial Ceremony. Aired 10-10:30a ET
• Trump Downplays Woodward Recording; West Coast Fires Drive Half A Million People From Their Homes; Aid Organizations Struggling To Help Lesbos Migrants; Health Experts Cast Doubt on Timeline for Vaccines; India Reports More than 96,000 New COVID-19 Cases; Mexico's Ancient City of Teotihuacan Reopens to Public; Citi's Fraser to be Frist Woman CEO of Major U.S. Bank; Microsoft: Foreign Hackers Targeting 2020 U.S. Election; Toddler Recreates Iconic Movie Scenes. Aired 1-2a ET
• Moria Refugees In Dire Need On Europe's Doorstep; Legendary Diana Rigg Remembered; No Roger, Rafa Or Novak In U.S. Open Men's Final; Anger Over Reports President Trump Downplayed Virus Severity; India Reports More Than 96,000 New COVID-19 Cases; Health Experts Cast Doubt on Early Vaccine Hopes; Beirut Port Ablaze, Weeks After Massive Blast; Raging Wildfires in the United States. Aired 2-3a ET
• More than 100 Fires Burning Across 12 Western State; Oregon Officials Say 500,000 People Forced to Leave Homes; Massive Smoke Cloud Moving Inland; Germany, France to Take in Hundreds of Refugee Children form Lesbos Refugee Camp; Ancient Mexican City Reopens to Tourists; Microsoft: Foreign Hackers Targeting 2020 U.S. Elections; Future of Brexit Talks at Risk Over U.K. Strategy; Remembering Diana Rigg. Aired 4:30-5a ET
• Trump Pays Tribute at Flight 93 Memorial; Trump Compares His Coronavirus Response to Churchill in World War II; Bolton Blasts Trump Over His Admissions in Woodward Book; Dr. Fauci Says U.S. Needs to "Hunker Down" for Fall and Winter; Dr. Julia Marcus Discusses Fauci Coronavirus Concerns & NIH Director Saying Mask-Free Trump Rallies "Puzzling," "Disheartening"; Paul Rieckhoff, IAVA Founder & Executive Director, Discusses Importance of Remembering 9/11 First Responders. Aired 11-11:30a ET
• Houston To Allow Some Special Events, With Restrictions; Fauci: I Disagree With Trump That U.S. Is Turning A Corner On COVID; All Eyes On The 2020 Battleground States. Aired 12:30-1p ET
• Des Moines Opens Online Only; Wildfires Burning Across Western U.S.; Trump Claims about Pandemic; NFL Season Kicks Off. Aired 9:30- 10a
• Live Coverage of President Trump's Flight 93 Speech; Trump Administration's Effort to Downplay Russia Threat Increases 2020 Election Vulnerabilities; Interview with University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign Chancellor Robert Jones. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• President Trump Awards Medal of Honor; Wildfire Crisis; Nation Marks September 11. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• Whistleblower Alleges DHS Officials Changed Intel to Suit President Trump; Iowa School District Defies Governor And Judge. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• Paul Rieckhoff, IAVA Founder & Executive Director, Discusses Importance of Remembering 9/11 First Responders; 9/11 Reinforced Clashing World Views Trump and Biden; At Least 20 Dead as Wildfires Burn Across Western U.S.; Laura Cox, Michigan Republican Party Chairman, Discusses Trump/Biden Race, Trump Claiming He Saved U.S. Auto Industry. Aired 11:30a-12p ET
• Medal Of Honor Awarded to Soldier Who Braved Heavy Enemy Fire, Flames And Smoke to Rescue Dozens of ISIS Hostages Trapped in a Burning Prison; California Father And Husband Describes Harrowing Escape from Raging Wildfire; Nation Remembers 9/11 While Suffering from Pandemic; Boos Heard During Show of Unity Before Chiefs/Texans Game; Dolphins Won't Take Field for Anthem. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• Scientists Continue to Predict Vaccine Arrival After Election Day; Trump Rally Attendees Misinformed on COVID-19 Safety; Interview with Iowa Public School Board Member Rob Barron. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• Raging Fires Chase at Least Half A Million Oregonians from Homes; Trump Announces Bahrain & Israel to Normalize Relations; NFL Fans Boo Show of Unity at Chiefs-Texans Game. Aired 1:30-2p ET
• President Trump Awards Medal of Honor; Wildfire Crisis; Nation Marks September 11. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• Nation Marks 19 Years since Terror Attacks while Battling Pandemic; Biden Visits Flight 93 Memorial in Shanksville, Pennsylvania; 100+ Fires Burn More Than 4 Million Acres in West. Aired 1-1:30p ET
• Why Did We Pull Together After 9/11 But Are Bitterly Divided During COVID?; 4 Ex-Cops Charged in George Floyd Death in Court Today; Paula McKinnon, New Hampshire School Nurses' Association President, Discusses Being Tasked with Monitoring Students for COVID; Update on Coronavirus Responses Around the Country; Today's "Homefront" Addresses Trump's Question to General Kelly About Solders Buried at Arlington: "What's In It For Them?". Aired 2:30-3p ET
• Trump and Biden Take Part In 9/11 Memorial Ceremonies; The U.S. Is Averaging More Than 35,000 New Cases Per Day; Majority Of States Seeing Downward Trend In Cases; Dr. Fauci Warns 6 States About Surging Cases; Fauci: It Is A Waste Of Time To Debunk "Nonsense" Amid Pandemic; Trump Tries To Justify His Response By Invoking Churchill And FDR; NFL Opens Season In Kansas City Amid Pandemic, Racial Reckoning. Aired 12-12:30p ET


September 10, 2020
• President Trump Downplayed the Pandemic; White House on Clean- up Mode; COVID Vaccine Still on Pause; Russia on Full Speed for Sputnik V; Refugees Left with Nothing; Latin America Eager to be Free from Coronavirus; Trump Fails to Acknowledge White Privilege in Interview; Trump Calls Obama Highly Overrated in Woodward's Book; Trump, No Responsibility to Understand Black American's Anger; Numerous Authors Releasing Books About Trump Presidency; Woodward Obtain Letters Between Trump and Kim Jong-un; U.S. Wildfires, Three Dead as Oregon Fires Force Thousands from Homes; Deadly Fires Rage Along U.S. West Coast; U.S. Financial Markets Reverse Three-Day Slide; Oil Prices Faltering Over Demand Fears; U.S. Open Tennis Star Wears Mask With A Name Of Police Violence Victims. Aired 3-4a ET
• Trump Talks about White Privilege; Reed Hastings is Interviewed about Working From Home; New Poll Numbers on Coronavirus Vaccine. Aired 9:30-10a ET
• Woodward Tapes: President Downplayed Virus Risks; Trump Says He Downplayed Pandemic to Avoid Panic; Biden on Trump Downplaying Pandemic: It's Almost Criminal; Seven Dead Including Three in Oregon as Thousand Evacuate; Forest Fires Turn San Francisco Skies Deep Orange; Woodward Obtained Letters Between Trump and Kim Jong-un. Aired 4 -4:30a ET
• Trump Says He Knew COVID-19 was Deadly before Downplaying It; Whistleblower Accuses Trump Appointees of Downplaying Russian Election Interference and White Supremacist Threat. Aired 10-10:30a ET
• President Trump Denied Truth to Americans about the Pandemic; Three Dead as Oregon Fires Force Thousands from Homes; Europe's Largest Migrant Camp Devastated by Fire; Arson Suspected in Fire at Europe's Largest Migrant Camp; Woodward Book Exposes Kim Jong-un's Fawning Letters to Trump; Phase 3 Trial of Chinese Vaccine Begins in Peru; Seniors in Retirement Community Become Online Tutors. Aired 12- 1a ET
• Woodward Asks Trump About Race Relations in America; Trump often Belittled Black Women in Politics; Trump Admits Misleading Country About Coronavirus; U.S. Financial Markets Reverse Three-Day Slide; CNN's Clarissa Ward Shares Experiences in New Memoir; Seniors in Retirement Community Become Online Tutors. Aired 4:30-5a ET
• U.S. State Department Revokes 1,000+ Chinese Nationals' Visas; Whistleblower: Appointees Ordered Halt on Russia Intel; Seniors in Retirement Community Become Online Tutors; Fighting Plastic Waste with Mealworms. Aired 1-2a ET
• President Trump Denied Truth to Americans about the Pandemic; Europe's Largest Migrant Camp Devastated by Fire. Aired 2-3a ET
• Trump Tries To Defend Comments Revealed In Woodward Book; Pence Expected To Attend Fundraiser Hosted By QAnon Supporters; NFL Season Kicks Off Tonight Under The Cloud Of Coronavirus. Aired 12:30-1p ET
• Trump on White Privilege, Systemic Racism; Trump Under Fire Over Bombshell Tapes. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• Trump Told Bob Woodward He Knew COVID-19 was Deadly Before Downplaying It; Netflix CEO Calls Work-At-Home Practices "A Pure Negative"; Whistleblower Alleges DHS Officials Changed Intel to Suit Trump; Another 884,000 Americans File for First-Time Unemployment. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• Previewing Jake Tapper's Interview with Joe Biden; Poll Shows Most Americans Distrust COVID-19 Vaccine Safety; New Fires Start Overnight in California. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• Microsoft Says Russian, Chinese, Iranian Hackers Targeting 2020 Election; McConnell Defends Trump Amid Fallout over Woodward Book; NFL Kicks Off Season with New Health Protocols; NFL to Highlight Social Justice Issues with End Zone Messages; Trump Takes Questions Amid Outcry Over New Book Revelations. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• Adm. Brett Giroir Talks to Dr. Sanjay Gupta; Trump Acknowledged Dangers of Coronavirus to Woodward Even as He Continued to Downplay Risks Publicly; Dr. Ashish Jha Fact-Checks Giroir Conversation with Dr. Gupta. Aired 11-11:30a ET
• White House Staff Unaware of Bob Woodward Calls; Trump's February Call with Woodward Intended to Discuss Impeachment; Woodward Book Reveals Kim Jong-un Letters. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• Dr. Ashish Jha Fact-Checks Giroir Conversation with Dr. Gupta; Trump Acknowledged Dangers of Coronavirus to Woodward Even as He Continued to Downplay Risks Publicly; CNN Obtains New Audio from Woodward Interviews with Trump; Whistleblower: DHS Officials Urged to Downplay Russia Election Threat & White Supremacists; Trump Ramps Up Attacks on Mail-In Voting as USPS Tries to Ensure Confidence in New Video; Professor Michael McDonald Discusses Mail-In Voting. Aired 11:30a-12p ET
• President Donald Ramps Up Attacks On Mail-In-Voting; White House Is In Damage Control Over Woodward Revelations; President Trump Says He Knew COVID-19 Was Deadly Before Downplaying It; Admiral Brett Giroir: "We Do Need To Test Asymptomatic People"; President Trump Tries To Defend Comments Revealed In Woodward Book. Aired 12-12:30p ET
• Trump Defends Decision to Downplay Virus as Woodward's Book Reveals; Biden Campaign Rolls Out Ads with Trump's Damning Audio. Aired 1-1:30p ET
• Senate "Skinny" Stimulus Bill Fails to Advance on Largely Party Line Vote; Trump Boasts to Woodward about New Secret Weapons System; Whistleblower: Attempts Made to Alter Intel to Match Trump Rhetoric; NFL Season Kicks Off Tonight, 60-Plus Players Opting Out. Aired 1:30- 2p ET
• Fitness Expert Jillian Michaels: Let "Guard Down for an Hour," Get COVID; Sen. Doug Jones (D-AL) Discusses Failure of GOP Skinny Stimulus Bill & Trump Downplaying Coronavirus Threat; Glenn Harris, President of Race Forward, Discusses Trump Refusing to Admit White Privilege Helped Him in Life & Trump Minimizing Systemic Racism in U.S. Aired 2:30-3p ET


September 09, 2020
• Coronavirus Continues to Rise in U.S. Universities; Nine Vaccine Makers Pledge to Uphold Ethical Standards; United Kingdom Prime Minister to Limit Social Gatherings; Canada Experiencing Concerning Increase in New Cases; Biden and Trump Campaign Release New Political Ads; President Trump Pushes Unfounded Election Fraud Claims; U.S. Market Fall, NASDAQ in Correction Territory; South Africa Coal Mines Impacted by Virus; Trump Tell-All Books Hit the Market. Oscars Set New Standards for 2024 Best Picture Nominees; South Africa Slams Trump for Alleged Mandela Insults; Refugees Ran for Their Safety; AstraZeneca Vaccine Trials on Pause; No Shortcuts for Pfizer and BioNTech; Coronavirus Spike in Israel, West Bank, and Gaza; Wildfires in California Still Not Contained; Heavy Rain Inundated Sudan; Belarusian Activist Captured; Alexei Navalny's Headquarters Doused with Chemical; Students Back to School Amid Pandemic. Aired 3-4a ET
• AstraZeneca Pauses Vaccine Trial After Unexplained Illness in Volunteer; Justice Department Wants to Defend Trump in Defamation Lawsuit Linked to Rape Accusation; Fauci Stresses Importance of Minority Participation in Vaccine Trials. Aired 10-10:30a ET
• AstraZeneca Pauses Vaccine Trial After Volunteer Gets Ill; Millions of U.S. Students Return to School Amid Outbreak; Trump Accuses Obama Administration of Neglecting Public Health; Trump Hits Campaign Trail Dogged by Atlantic Allegations; Dozens of Major Blazes Burning in Western States; Hikers Make Harrowing Escape from Creek Fire; Opposition Volunteers Attacked in Siberia; Champion Wrestler Navid Afkari Faces Execution in Iran. Aired 4-4:30a ET
• AstraZeneca Vaccine Trials on Pause; Health Officials Stress Testing is Key to COVID-19 Containment; Coronavirus Long Haulers Still Feel Effects of Illness; Wildfires in California Still Not Contained; Opposition Volunteers Attacked in Siberia; Trump Tells Voters to Mail in Ballots and Go to Polls; Trump Raises Hopes of COVID-19 Vaccine Before Election; Former Allies Torment Trump with Tell-All Books. Aired 12-1a ET
• AstraZeneca Pauses Vaccine Trial After Volunteer Gets Ill; U.K. Prime Minister to Limit Social Gatherings to Six People as Cases Rise; U.S. Markets Fall, Nasdaq in Correction Territory; Trump Pushes Unfounded Election Fraud Claims; Police Chief Retiring Amid Outrage Over Daniel Prude Death; Black Man Detained While Jogging Offered Job By Sheriff; Former Allies Torment Trump with Tell-All Books. Aired 4:30-5a ET
• Trump's Military Comment Fall Out; Trump's Series Of Tell All Books; Cristiano Ronaldo Scores 100th Goal For Portugal; NBA Goes All Out For Election. Aired 2-3a ET
• Vaccine Developer Puts Product On Hold; Western U.S. Fires: Another Tense Night; Sudan's State Of Emergency: Widespread Flooding; Trump Pushes Baseless Case for Election Fraud; Evidence of Mail-in Ballots Rejected in U.S.; Police Chief Retiring Amid Outrage over Daniel Prude Death; U.S. Markets Fall, Nasdaq in Correction Territory; Coronavirus in Canada; South Africa's Mining Industry Hit Hard by Pandemic; South Africa Slams Trump for Alleged Mandela Insults; Australia Warns Citizens about "Detention" Risk in China. Aired 1-2a ET
• Coronavirus Vaccine Trial Halted; Bob Woodward Releases Bombshell Trump Tapes. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• Vaccine Trials Continue to Seek Increased Minority Participation; Twenty-five Wildfires Continue to Burn on West Coast; Food Bank Demands High in Essex County, New Jersey. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• Slimmed-Down Stimulus Plan Vote; Suffering without Baseball; Biden Unveils Tax Policy; Russia's Covid-19 Vaccine Trials; California has 25 Wildfires Burning. Aired 9:30-10a ET
• Woodward Book: Trump Knew In Early February Coronavirus Was Dangerous, High Contagious, Airborne And "Deadly". Aired 12:30-1p ET
• Pharmacists will be able to Administer Vaccine Once Available; Top Health Leaders Pledge Science Will Dictate Vaccine Approval; Biden Speaks Amid Damning Woodward Book Revelations on Trump. Aired 1:30-2p ET
• AstraZeneca Pauses Vaccine Trial After Unexplained Illness in Volunteer; Bradley University to Quarantine All Students for Two Weeks; Florida Nears 12,000 COVID-19 Deaths as State Tops 650,000 Cases; U.S. Announces Drawdown of Troops in Iraq from 5,200 to 3,000; Trump Tells Supporters to Be "Poll Watchers" At Voting Locations; Justice Department Defends President Trump in Defamation Lawsuit Linked to Rape Accusation. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• Interview with Mayor Walt Maddox (D) Tuscaloosa, Alabama, Reopens Bars Despite Case Spike on Campus; Tuscaloosa Mayor Reopens Bars Despite Case Spike on Campus; Justice Department Wants to Defend Trump in Defamation Suit; Trump Speaks on Judicial Appointments; Trump Defends Lack of Response to Coronavirus as Avoiding Panic. Aired 3:30- 4p ET
• 20 States Report Decline in New Cases; Dr. Howard Koh Discusses Vaccine Research & New Infections; Trump Suggests Democrats Will Cheat in Election; Alabama Secretary of State, John Merrill, (R), Discusses Mail-in Ballots, Trump Warning Democrats Will Cheat; Biden Uses Caution, Uses Masks as Trump Pushes for Old-Time Campaign Rallies; Fauci Wants to See Universal Mask Wearing. Aired 11-11:30a ET
• Pennsylvania Poll: Biden Leads Trump Among Likely Voters; Trump Ramps Up Attacks On Biden And Harris; DOJ Asks To Defend Trump In Defamation Lawsuit; Lt. Gov. Garlin Gilchrist (D-MI) Discusses Biden Visiting Michigan, Biden Releasing His Economic And Tax Plan; GOP Politicians Urge Big 10 To Reinstate Football Season; Coronavirus Misinformation Lands In Wall Street Research Note. Aired 11:30a-12p ET
• "Dangerous" And "Unfit": Trump's National Security Advisers Say He Has "No Moral Compass" In New Woodward Book; Woodward Book: Trump Knew In Early February Coronavirus Was Dangerous, Highly Contagious, Airborne And "Deadly". Aired 12-12:30p ET
• First Details On New Woodward Book About Trump; White House Responds To Damning Revelations In Woodward Book. Aired 1-1:30p ET
• Woodward Book: Trump Knew In Early February Coronavirus Was Dangerous, Highly Contagious, Airborne And Deadly; GOP Election Lawyer: No Evidence To Support Trump's Fraud Claims; Whistleblower: Attempts To Alter Intel To Match Trump Rhetoric. Aired 2:30-3p ET
• Live Coverage Of Joe Biden Speech; Biden Highlights Bob Woodward Revelations; Trump Knew Coronavirus Was Airborne In February, Chose To Publicly Downplay. Aired 2-2:30p ET


September 08, 2020
• California Creek Fire Grows to Unprecedented Disaster; Saudi Arabia Issues Final Verdicts for Eight Suspects in Khashoggi Murder; Thousands of Dollars Raised for Evicted Houston Family; Kamala Harris Meets with Family of Man Shot by Police; Family of Black Woman Who Died at Party Wants Answers; Germany May Stop Gas Pipeline Over Navalny Poisoning; U.S. Performed 740,000 Plus COVID-19 Test in the Last Week; Prince Harry Repays Cost of Renovating U.K. Residence; Futuristic Airplane Model has Successful First Flight; Djokovic Loses at Least $250,000 for Incident at U.S. Open; U.K. Seeing More Spikes in COVID-19; Labor Day May Trigger Rise in Virus Infections; New Study Found on COVID Survivors; Brexit Back on Table; Opposition Leaders Abducted in Belarus; Alexei Navalny Now Out of Coma. Aired 3-4a ET
• Refuting Trump's Vaccine Timeline; Colleges across the U.S. Deal with Outbreaks; Trump Attacks Military Leadership He Appointed; Two Australian Journalists Pulled from China; Hong Kong Police Officer Tackles 12-Year-Old Girl; Congo Facing Three Health Emergencies; Thousands of Dollars Raised for Evicted Houston Family. Aired 12-1a ET
• Nine Biotech Firms Sign Safety Pledge for Potential COVID-19 Vaccine; 16 Biggest School District Start Class Today 14 Entirely Online; Trump Launches Unprecedented Attack on Military Leaders He Appointed. Aired 10-10:30a ET
• Dozens Trapped By California Fires, Rescue Attempt Underway; Extreme Heat Fueling California Fires; Pyrotechnic Device at Gender Reveal Party Sparked Wildfire; U.S. Goes Back to School During Pandemic; What Science Says About Kids and Virus as Schools Open; Trump Attacks U.S. Military Leadership He Appointed. Aired 4-4:30a ET
• California Fires' Record Rage; Big Pharma Push Back Against Rushed Vaccine; COVID Exponential Warning In Europe; Germany's Russia Challenge Over Navalny; U.K. to Override Parts of Brexit Withdrawal Pact; India Reports Nearly 76,000 New COVID-19 Cases; Family of Black Woman Who Died at Party Wants Answers; French Man Denied Opportunity to Live Stream Final Days. Aired 1-2a ET
• India Surpasses Brazil For COVID Cases; DRC: Ebola, Measles And COVID; Disney & "Mulan," A Controversial Release; Refuting Trump's Vaccine Timeline; Spain Passes 0.5 Million Cases; Military Helicopter Trying to Rescue Dozens Trapped by Flames; Hong Kong Police Tackle 12- Year-Old Girl; Two Australian Journalists Pulled from China; Germany May Stop Gas Pipeline over Navalny Poisoning. Aired 2-3a ET
• Kamala Harris Meets with Jacob Blake's Family; Authorities Reopen Probe Into Death of Black Women at Party; Disney Under Fire for Its New Film "Mulan"; Russian Opposition Leader Navalny Out of Coma; Prince Harry Repays Cost of Renovating U.K. Residence; Money Raised for Evicted Houston Family. Aired 4:30-5a ET
• Trump Launches Attack on Military Leaders; Mexico's Fourth- Highest in Covid Deaths; India Death Toll Possibly Higher; 22 Fires Burn Across California; Investigations into the Postmaster General. Aired 9:30-10a
• CNN: Trump Visibly Distressed Over Military Story Fallout; Interview With Former U.S. Education Secretary Arne Duncan; Vaccine Timeline?. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• The U.S. Military Historically Discourages Use of Force; Evacuations Under Way as California Wildfires Continue to Burn; Interview with Colgate University President Brian Casey. Aired 10:30- 11a ET
• BioNTech and Pfizer Say Vaccine Could Be Ready for Approval by Mid-October; Nine Biotech Firms Sign Safety Pledge for Potential COVID-19 Vaccine; More Than 1.8 Million Students Begin School Today, Almost All Online; University of Illinois Leads Push for Increased Saliva-Based Testing; President Trump Cites Soldiers Love Him Except the Top Brass; Fire Sparked By Gender Reveal Party in California Grows to Nearly 10,000 Acres; Outbreaks of COVID Hit Universities Across the U.S. As Students Return. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• Coronavirus Updates; Interview with West Virginia Coronavirus Czar Clay Marsh; Interview with Veteran and Gold Star Widow Kait Wyatt. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• Families Turn To "Pod Learning" Over Traditional Or Online Class; Rescues, Evacuations Underway As At Least 22 Fires Burn Across CA; Deal On A Sweeping COVID Response Stimulus Bill Remains Unlikely. Aired 12:30-1p ET
• DHS: White Supremacists Most Persistent and Lethal Threat Thru 2021; House Oversite Committee to Investigate Postmaster General; Trump Expand Oil Drilling Moratorium for Florida; Tuscaloosa Mayor Reopens Bars Despite COVID Spike; West Virginia University Suspends In-Person Classes Amid COVID Spike; Rescues, Evacuations Underway in California As At Least 22 Wildfires Burn. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• 9 Vaccine Makers Sign Safety Pledge in Race for Vaccine; 11 States Report Rise in New Coronavirus Cases; Dr. Mark McClellan Discusses Rise in New Infections & Vaccine Maker Safety Pledge; Trump Attacks Rivals, Military Brass from Front of Steps at White House; Bolton: Trump Didn't Disparage Fallen Military Members; House Members to Investigate Claims Postmaster General Pressured Employees at Former Company to Make Political Donations. Aired 11-11:30a ET
• Timothy Killeen, University Of Illinois System President, Discusses Colleges And Universities Becoming COVID-19 Epicenters; Rescues, Evacuations Underway As At Least 22 Fires Burn Across California; Trump Heads To North Carolina Today. Aired 11:30a-12p ET
• University Of Illinois President: Constant Testing Allows Us To Identify "Early Trends That Could Be Disturbing"; Eleven States Report A Rise In New Coronavirus Cases; Trump Departs For Battleground States Florida And North Carolina; President Donald Trump: "We Have To Spend A Lot Of Money" On Election; Pence And Harris Strike Different Tones In Wisconsin. Aired 12-12:30p ET
• U.S. Awaits To See If Holiday Weekend Brings Rise In Coronavirus Cases; Sixteen Of Nation's Largest School Districts Start Instruction Today, But Mostly Virtual. Aired 1-1:30p ET
• Fact-Checking Trump's Lies And Falsehoods From Past 24 Hours; Retired Maj. Gen. Paul Eaton Discusses Trump Accusing Pentagon Officials Of Waging War To Boost Defense Contractor Profits; Dow Falls For Second Straight Trading Day Over Economic Nerves. Aired 1:30-2p ET
• Eight-Year-Old Girl Among Eight Killed, 53 Shot In Chicago; Trump Supporters, Counter-Protesters Clash In Oregon; DHS Draft: White Supremacy Is Most Lethal Threat To The U.S.; Rep. Jim Cooper (D-TN) Discusses Allegations Against Postmaster General; NC Official Calls On Trump To Wear Mask During Visit Tonight; Gender Reveal Party Turns Into Disaster For California. Aired 2:30-3p ET


September 07, 2020
• Did Not Air 3-4p ET
• Inferno in California 2020; South Korea Bracing for a Typhoon; Coronavirus Spikes in India; Left and Right Attacks on Trump; Wearing a Mask a Sacrifice; India Passes Brazil for Second-Highest Case Total; European Countries See Spike in COVID-19 Cases; Calm in Rochester After Tense Protests; Novak Djokovic Disqualified from Tournament. Aired 3-4a ET
• India Sets New Global Record for Most Cases in a Day; Brazil's Cases Appear to Be Easing after Passing 4 Million; Djokovic Disqualified from U.S. Open; New California State Record for Land Torched by Wildfires; Typhoon Haishen Lashes South Korea; China Imposes New Visa Restrictions Targeting U.S. Media; Trump Pushes Back on Disparaging 'Atlantic' Report; Protests Rock U.S. Cities on Holiday Weekend; North Carolina First State to Mail Out Absentee Ballots. Aired 12-1a ET
• Experts Fear Post-Labor Day Surge as Crowds Gather for Holiday; California Declares State of Emergency as it Battles Multiple Wildfires; India Now has Second Highest Number of COVID-19 Cases in the World. Aired 10-10:30a ET
• Heat Wave Smashes Records as Fires Rage Across California; U.S. Celebrates Labor Day Monday Amid Virus Outbreak; New Tell-All Book Slams Trump Ahead of U.S. Election; Trump Pushes Back on Disparaging Atlantic Report; Ted Cruz Slams "Princess Bride" Democratic Fundraiser. Aired 4-4:30a ET
• Air Travel Sets Record; Doctors Prepare for Flu and Coronavirus; Impasse on Stimulus; Djokovic Disqualified from U.S. Open. Aired 9:30-10a ET
• U.K. Records Its Most Daily COVID-19 Cases Since May; India Passes Brazil for Second-Highest Case Total; EU: Cases in Europe Almost Back to March Levels; Typhoon Haishen Makes Landfall in South Korea; Calm in Rochester After Four Nights of Tense Clashes; Harris on Policing: We have to reimagine Public Safety; Novak Djokovic Disqualified From Tournament. Aired 4:30-5a ET
• India Now World's No. 2 For COVID; Djokovic Defaulted, Out Of The U.S. Open; Typhoon Haishen Lashes South Korea; Record High Temps On Coast, Snow In The Rockies; Trump Pushes Back on Disparaging "Atlantic" Report; Harris on Potential Mask Mandate: It would be a Standard; Study: American Individualism is Obstacle to Use of Masks; China Imposes New Visa Restrictions Targeting U.S. Media; Almost 300 Demonstrators Arrested Sunday in Hong Kong; Still No Deal on Additional U.S. Stimulus Aid; Chief Executive Officers on COVID-19 Economic Impact. Aired 1-2a ET
• Rochester Protests Peaceful, Promise of Change; "Tenet": First movie release of the pandemic; Djokovic Out of U.S. Open; U.S. Holiday Could Lead to More Cases; India Now the Second Highest Country Infected by Coronavirus; Push Back by Trump on Disparaging U.S. Service Members; Novak Djokovic Out of U.S. Open; Creek Fire Burns in Central California; Typhoon Haishen Pummels South Korea. Aired 2-3a ET
• Labor Day Weekend Crowds Prompt Fear of Third Peak; Miami Beaches Flood with People Despite Coronavirus Warnings; One-on-One Interview with Democratic V.P. Nominee, Sen. Kamala Harris. Aired 11- 11:30a ET
• As Trump Administration Limits Chinese Journalists' Visas, China Responds in Kind; CNN Airs Joe Biden Documentary Tonight; Interview with Restaurant Owner Jason Birchard. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• Experts Fear Post-Labor Day Surge as Crowds Gather for Holiday; College Towns Emerge as Virus Hotspots as Students Return; State of Emergency Declared in California as It Battles Multiple Wildfires; The Atlantic Reports President Trump Denigrated Veterans; White House Debunks Rumors President Trump Made Disparaging Remarks About Veterans. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• Cohen Alleges Trump Said Mandela "Was No Leader"; MLB Season Serves As Case Study For Returning To Work Amid COVID. Aired 12:30-1pm ET
• One-on-One Interview with Democratic V.P. Nominee, Sen. Kamala Harris; Dr. Robert Finberg Discusses Vaccine Developers Preparing Joint Safety Pledge As Campaign Calendar Adds Pressure; Record-Setting Heat Fuels Dangerous Wildfires in California. Aired 11:30a-12p ET
• Live Coverage of President Trump Press Conference; Trump Again Addresses Atlantic Article, Attacks John McCain; Trump Suggests Vaccine Will be Available by Election Day. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• Update on Coronavirus Responses Around the World; Sarah Huckabee Sanders Denies "The Atlantic" Article Reporting Trump Called Servicemembers "Losers," "Suckers"; Biden Ad Hits Trump on Military Remarks as He Continues to Deny Them; Tonight at 8:00 P.M., "Fight for the White House: Joe Biden's Long Journey"; Volunteer Michael Rouse Discusses Participating in Moderna Vaccine Trial; Trump Takes Questions from Reporters at White House. Aired 1:30-2p ET
• U.S. At Labor Day Coronavirus Crossroads; White House Adviser Calls COVID Death Projections "Ridiculous & Absurd"; Washington Post: Former Employees Say DeJoy Pressured Them To Donate To GOP, Then Reimbursed Them Through Bonuses; Trump Officials Defend President Trump's Record On Military; Senator Kamala Harris Meeting With Jacob Blake's Family In Wisconsin. Aired 12-12:30p ET
• NYU Suspends Students For Violating Health & Safety Rules; Celebrity Chef, Tom Colicchio, Discusses NY Restaurants Struggling To Survive Amid COVID Restrictions; Trump Would Support Removal Of Postmaster General If Proven He Repaid Former Employees For GOP Donations. Aired 2:30-3p ET
• Experts Fear Labor Day Crowds Will Fuel Rise In Infections; California Sets New Record For Land Torched By Wildfires; Costa Rica Reopens To American Tourists From Specific States. Aired 1-1:30p ET


September 06, 2020
• White House Reeling from "The Atlantic" Report; Trump Touting "Law and Order" Message ahead of Election; Harris Won't Trust Trump's Word Alone on a Vaccine; Spain's COVID-19 Response; Several Stabbed in Birmingham, England; Businesses Struggle on Labor Day Weekend; American Tricked into Helping Russian Disinformation Campaign; "Hotel Rwanda" Hero Charged with Terror Offenses; Memorial Service for Chadwick Boseman. Aired 2-3a ET
• White House Reeling From "The Atlantic" Report; Protesters, Police Clash For Fourth Night In Rochester; Harris Won't Trust Trump's Word Alone On A Vaccine; Americans Desperate For Economic Help; Holiday Weekend Draws Racial Justice Protesters Across The U.S.; Typhoon Haishen Batters Japan During Pandemic; India Records Highest Single-Day Spike Of COVID-19 Cases; Balloon Illusionist Floats High Above Earth. Aired 3-4a ET
• White House Reeling From "The Atlantic" Report; Portland Police Declare Riot During 100th Night Of Protests; Coronavirus Vaccine Makers Plan Unusual Pledge Against Seeking Premature FDA Approval; Canceled Events Could Cost Atlanta $640-Plus Million; Trump's False Claims About Mail-in Voting Fraud; Typhoon Haishen Batters Japan During Pandemic; Americans Desperate For Economic Help. Aired 4-5a ET
• Portland Police Declare Riot During 100th Night Of Protests; White House Reeling From "The Atlantic" Report; Activists March For Breonna Taylor Near Kentucky Derby; Trump Hired, Belittled Obama Impersonator For Video; Hawaii's Tourism-Based Economy Reels Amid Pandemic; Almost Two Dozen Wildfires Burning In California; Typhoon Haishen Batters Japan During Pandemic; Harris Won't Trust Trump's Word Alone On A Vaccine. Aired 5-6a ET
• Record Heat Wave Fueling California Wildfires; Michael Cohen Calls Trump A Bully, Racist, Predator In New Tell-All Book; Experts Fear Labor Day Gathering Could Spark Surge In Coronavirus Cases; Former Senior Administration Official Backs Up Allegations Against Trump; Members Of Trump Administration Defend President Amid Claims He Disparaged Fallen American Troops; Jacob Blake Shares Message For Supporters From Hospital Bed; Protesters Welcome Decision To Form Grand Jury In Daniel Prude Case. Aired 1-2p ET
• Wildfires Burning Out Of Control Across California; Experts Fear Labor Day Gatherings Could Spark COVID-19 Cases Surge; Michael Cohen Says President Trump Is A Bully, Racist And Predator. Aired 3-4p ET
• Three Tell-All Books Expose Trump; Unemployed Americans Are 11.5 Million Above Since February; White House And Congress Stimulus Talks Stalled; Novak Djokovic Out Of U.S. Open; Not Trustworthy, Kamala Harris Says Of Trump On Vaccine. Aired 5-6p ET
• Michael Cohen Portrays Trump As Racist And Corrupt In Tell-All Book; Experts Fear Labor Day Weekend Gatherings Could End In A Case Spike; Election Officials Brace For The Surge In Mail-In Voting; Local TV's Political Disinformation Problem; Childhood Cancer Patients Face Increased COVID-19 Risks; Joe Biden's Long Journey In Fighting For The White House. Aired 6-7p ET
• Record Heat Wave Fueling California Wildfires; Michael Cohen: President Trump "A Bully, Racist, Predator"; Americans Attend Large Labor Day Gatherings Despite COVID Warnings; Experts Fear Labor Day Gatherings Could Fuel Rise In Infections; Trump Says, Education Department Will Investigate Use Of 1619 Project In Schools; Parents Making Tough Choices As More U.S. Schools Reopen. Aired 2-3p ET
• Michael Cohen's Tell-All Book Brings Back Focus On Trump's Character; Anita Hill Vows To Vote For Joe Biden Despite Past Criticism; California Breaks Record For Wildfires; Election Security Threats; COVID-19 On Africa's Frontlines. Aired 4-5p ET
• Interview with Vice Presidential Candidate, Sen. Kamala Harris (D-CA); Trump's Character in Focus Amid a Series of Tell-All Books; Trump Denies Calling U.S. War Dead "Losers and Suckers"; Interview with Representative Adam Schiff about Possible Election Interference. Aired 7-8p ET
• White House on Defense Ahead of Tell-All Book Barrage Against Trump; Senator Kamala Harris Defense Past Position of Putting More Cops on the Streets; Joe Biden's Long Political Journey Fighting for the White House; Is a Vaccine the Latest Partisan Casualty?; California Breaks All-Time Record for Acres Burned Statewide; Mom Posts Video That Perfectly Sums Up Virtual Learning Woes. Aired 8-9p ET


September 05, 2020
• Report: Trump Called Killed U.S. Soldiers "Suckers" and "Losers"; France: Highest Daily Increase since Outbreak Began; Phases of the Vaccine Trial Process; Search Resumes for Beirut Survivors; Search Continues for Missing Livestock Cargo Ship, Survivors; Portland Place Were Trying to Arrest Michael Reinoehl; Trump Campaigning on "Law and Order" Message; China Begins Reopening Movie Theaters. Aired 2-2:45a ET
• Report: Trump Called Killed U.S. Soldiers "Suckers" and "Losers"; U.S. Death Toll Projected to Reach 410K by January; Trump Campaigning on "Law and Order" Message; Video of Black Man Who Died after Arrest Sparks Protests; COVID-19 "Long Haulers" Reporting Prolonged Symptoms; Russia's Track Record for Producing Vaccines; Search Suspended for Missing Livestock Cargo Ship, Survivors; Search Resumes for Beirut Survivors. Aired 3-4a ET
• Labor Day Weekend Could Be Super Spreader; Report: Trump Called Killed U.S. Soldiers "Suckers" and "Losers"; Search Suspended for Missing Livestock Cargo Ship, Survivors; Model Suggests Masks, Distancing Save Lives; California Acts to Protect 4 Million Renters; Search Resumes for Beirut Survivors; SpaceX Starship Makes Successful Test Hop; China Begins Reopening Movie Theaters. Aired 4-5a ET
• Large Labor Day Events Cancelled in Atlanta, Georgia, Due to Coronavirus Spread; Indoor Dining and Movie Theaters Begin Opening in New Jersey; University of Georgia Holds Some In-Person Classes; President Trump Denies Reports He Disparaged U.S. Military Members; Photographer Documents Families Suffering from Hunger Before and During Coronavirus Pandemic; Report Indicates White House Directing Federal Agencies to Cancel Racially Sensitive Training Sessions; Security Guard Lifts Spirits of Health Care Workers Leaving Hospital Shifts. Aired 10-11a ET
• Labor Day Weekend Could Be Super Spreader; Report: Trump Called Killed U.S. Soldiers "Suckers" and "Losers"; Schools Reopen in England; Research: GI Symptoms More Common in Children with COVID-19; California Acts to Protect 4 Million Renters; Search Resumes for Beirut Survivors; Search Suspended for Missing Livestock Cargo Ship, Survivors; China Begins Reopening Movie Theaters. Aired 5-6a ET
• New Fiery Protests Erupting Overnight; Trump Bars Federal "Propaganda" Training Sessions On Race; Trump Denies "Atlantic" Article; Officials Warn Of COVID-19 Surge Over Labor Day Weekend. Aired 11a-12p ET
• President Trump Denies Reports He Disparaged U.S. Military Members; President Trump Criticizes Late Senator John McCain; Vice Presidential Candidate Kamala Harris Comments On Possibility Of Coronavirus Vaccine Before November Election; People On Manhattan Beach In California Practice Mask-Wearing And Social Distancing During Labor Day Weekend; President Trump Mocks Democratic Presidential Candidate Joe Biden For Wearing A Mask. Aired 2-3p ET
• U.S. Coronavirus Death Toll Tops 187,000 As Key Model Projects More Than 410,000 U.S. Deaths By January 1; Fears Of COVID-19 Cases Spiking Due To Holiday Weekend Gatherings; U.S. Surgeon General To States: Be Ready For Vaccine By November Just In Case; U.S. Unemployment Rate Falls To 8.4 Percent Even As Hiring Slows; Families Struggle With Eviction Realities; Biden: My Son "Wasn't A Sucker" For Volunteering For Military Service. Aired 12-1p ET
• Trump Denies Calling U.S. War Dead Losers And Suckers; Experts Fear Super-Spreader Events During Labor Day Weekend; Dr. Carlos del Rio Discusses Vaccine Trials; Louisville Braces for Kentucky Derby Amid Pandemic, Social Justice Protests; Source: GOP Operatives Believe They Have Blessing of Trump Campaign to Help Kanye West Campaign; New CNN Documentary on Biden/Trump Presidential Fight & A Moment Where Biden Explains Impact of Son Beau's Death. Aired 3-4p ET
• California Braces For Record Heat Wave, Encourages Social Distancing; New Jersey Lifts More COVID-19 Restrictions Ahead Of Labor Day Weekend; Atlanta Businesses Expected To Lose $151 Million Labor Day Weekend; Labor Day Travel Stokes Fear Of Possible COVID-19 Spikes; Protesters And Police Clash In Rochester, New York After Release Of Video Showing Daniel Prude Arrest; Donald Trump Bans Federal Agencies From Conducting Workplace Training Session On Race. Aired 1-2p ET
• Trump Denies Calling U.S. War Dead "Losers" & "Suckers"; Key Model: 410,000 Americans Could Die By January If Mask Use Declines; Up To 40 Million Americans Facing Eviction From Homes; Why Florida Is A Must-Watch State On Election Night; "On the Trail" Airs at 8:00 P.M. Tonight. Aired on 4-5p ET
• Harris Says, Trump's Word Alone Not Enough On Vaccine Safety; Trump Denies Calling U.S. War Dead Losers And Suckers; Kentucky A.G. Vows To "Reach The Truth" In Breonna Taylor's Death; State Assemblywoman Buffy Wicks (D-CA) Discusses Taking Her Baby To Assembly Floor For Vote & Highlighting Difficulties Facing Parents Who Want To Work; Dr. Megan Ranney Discusses Difficulties For Parents Who Want To Work, Especially During The Pandemic. Aired 5-6p ET
• Trump Denies Calling U.S. War Heroes Losers And Suckers; Protests Group Clash In Louisville On Derby Day; Ignoring Warnings from Election Officials, Trump Again Suggests Supporters Should Try to Vote Twice; Harris: Trump's Word Alone Not Enough on Vaccine Safety. Aired 6-7p ET
• Protesters In Kentucky: "No Justice, No Derby"; Former Senior Admin Officer To CNN: Trump Referred To Marines Buried At Cemetery In France In Crude And Derogatory Terms; Kamala Harris: Trump's Word Alone Not Enough On Vaccine Safety; Joe Biden Holds Lead Over Trump In National Polls; How The Election Could Come Down To One Electoral Vote. Aired 7-8p ET
• Did Not Air. 8-9p ET


September 04, 2020
• Biden Returns to Campaign Trail with Visit to Kenosha; Bodycam Video shows March Arrest of Daniel Prude; U.S. Financial Markets Fall from Record Highs; Brazil Tops 4 Million COVID-19 Cases; Fauci: Vaccine by October 'Unlikely, Not Impossible'; Report: Russia Closely Monitored Navalny's Movements; Sweden Has One of Lowest Death Rates in Europe. Aired 12-1a ET
• Two Faces of Leaders; Police Officers Suspended; President Trump Hate Fabricated Stories; Dr. Fauci Out with a Warning; Rushing COVID-19 Vaccine Not a Good Idea; A Sign of Miracle After 30 Days; Bolsonaro Stating that COVID-19 Vaccine Won't be Mandatory; Sweden's Controversial Fight Against COVID-19; Virus Disproportionately Affecting Communities of Color; Portland Suspect Killed During Police Encounter; U.S. to Report Latest Job Numbers Friday; Rwandan Genocide Hero Accused of Terror; Russian Poisoning, German Doctors Find Nerve Agent in Navalny's System. Aired 3-4a ET
• Trump Cranks Up Pressure for Vaccine By Election Day; CDC Tells States to Prepare for Vaccine As Soon As October; Economic Downturn Puts Millions at Risk of Eviction; Biden Contrasts With Trump in Kenosha, Wisconsin; Trump Denies Report He Disparaged Service Members; Seven Officers Suspended in Death of Black Man. Aired 4-4:30a ET
• Key Model Projects 410,000 Americans Will Die by January; Gov. Brian Kemp (R-GA) Says, I Don't Believe Statewide Mask Mandates Work; Trump Denies Report that He Denigrated U.S. Service Members. Aired 10- 10:30a ET
• European Markets Open Higher After Sharp Falls in Asia, U.S.; COVID-19 Hits California's Latino Population Hard; Beirut Rescue Operations Resume as Signs of Life Detected; Sweden's Controversial Coronavirus Model. Aired 4:30-5a ET
• Suspected Killer Of Trump Supporter Shot; Biden Speaks To The Blake Family; Seven Rochester NY Police Officers Suspended; CDC Tells States Vaccine Coming Late October; U.S. Financial Markets Fall from Record Highs; Trump Denies Report He Disparaged Service Members; Trump Continues False Mail in Voter Fraud Claim; U.K. Footballer Takes on Child Poverty. Aired 1-2a ET
• Joe Biden and Donald Trump Draw Stark Contrast on Campaign Trail; President Trump Puts Pressure on FDA for Coronavirus Vaccine Ahead of Election Day; Brazil Tops Four Million COVID-19 Cases Amid Signs of Pandemic Slowing; Sweden Now Has One of the Lowest Coronavirus Death Rates in Europe. Aired 2-3a ET
• New Article Reports Trump Lacks Respect for Military; North Carolina Prepares for Unprecedented Mail-in Ballot Numbers; People of Color Continue to be Hardest Hit by COVID-19. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• Pac-12 Testing Breakthrough?; Report: Trump Called Killed U.S. Soldiers 'Losers'; Model Projects 410,000 U.S. COVID-19 Deaths By January. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• Interview with Sen. Tammy Duckworth (D-IL); Joe Biden Calls for Trump Apology as Trump Denies Veracity; Interview with Purple Heart Marine Sebastian Guadalupe Gallegos. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• 1.4 Million Jobs Added in August, Unemployment Rate Falls; Trump Denies Report That He Denigrated U.S. Service Members; COVID-19 Hits California's Latino Community Hard. Aired 9:30-10a ET
• Key Model Projects 410,000 Americans Will Die by January; Experts Warn Americans to Keep Guard Up Over Holiday Weekend; Russia's COVID-19 Vaccine Generated an Immune Response; U.S. Marshals: Suspect in Fatal Portland Shooting Killed During Attempted Arrest; A little Over a Million Jobs Added to the U.S. Economy in August, Bringing Unemployment Rate Down to 8.4 Percent. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• New Model: 410,000 Americans Will Die from COVID by 2021; Trump Mocks Masks at Pennsylvania Rally; 1.4 Million Jobs Added in August, Unemployment Falls to 8.4%; Mark Zandi & Amy Walter Discusses the August Jobs Report; White House Denies Trump Called War Dead "Losers" and "Suckers". Aired 11-11:30a ET
• PAC-12 Rapid Testing Breakthrough Sparks Hopes for Fall Season; Biden Unleashes on Trump, Attacks His Loyalty to The Country; WNBA Pushes Ahead with Social Justice Campaign Amid Racial Unrest. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• Biden Comments on Report Trump Disparaged U.S. Troops. Aired 1- 1:30p ET
• White House Denies Trump Called War Dead "Losers" and "Suckers"; U.S. Marshalls: Suspect in Fatal Portland Shooting Killed During Attempted Arrest; Aspiring American Writer Unwittingly Lured into Russian Plot; Facebook's Nick Clegg Discusses Facebook Working to Right Misinformation Ahead of November Elections. Aired 11:30a-12p ET
• COVID-19 Cases Soar At Colleges Nationwide; North Carolina Begins Sending Out Mail-In Ballots Today; Biden Comments On Report Trump Disparaged U.S. Troops. Aired 12:30-1p ET
• Labor Day Brings Concerns About New Coronavirus Spike; President Donald Trump Suggests Biden Has "Big Issues" Because He Wears A Mask; President Donald Trump Speaks As U.S. Economy Adds 1.4 Million Jobs In August; President Donald Trump: I Expect Good News On Vaccine, Therapeutics Soon; President Donald Trump Touts Coronavirus Response As Death Toll Nears 187,000. Aired 12-12:30p ET
• Biden Answers Questions from Reporters in Delaware; White House Denies Trump Called War Dead "Losers" and "Suckers"; Trump's Long History of Attacking Military Members; Sen. Tammy Duckworth (D-IL) Discusses Trump Attacking Military Members. Aired 1:30-2p ET
• Sheriff Richard Jones, of Butler County, Ohio, Discusses Protests, Violence & And He Warns, "You Shoot at Police, You Should At Least Expect Us to Shoot Back"; Trump, Russian Efforts to Undermine Election Are Nearly Identical; Biden Responds to Trump Mocking Him for Wearing a Mask; New CNN Documentary on Biden/Trump Presidential Fight & A Moment Where Biden Explains Impact of Son Beau's Death. Aired 2:30-3p ET


September 03, 2020
• CDC Prep for Vaccine Distribution by Late October; Senator Suggests Doctors Falsifying COVID-19 Cases; Dwayne Johnson and Family Recovering Form COVID-19; Police in Seoul Raid Church Linked to New Outbreak; China Resumes Flights Form Certain Nations; Coronavirus Economic Fall Out, United Airlines, Ford, to Face Layoffs; Evicted During the Coronavirus Pandemic; Korean Peninsula Preps for Another Typhoon; Salon Owner Pushes Back on Pelosi's Claim She Was Setup; Ice Bucket Challenge Helps Fund Drug That Slows ALS; Novichok Found on Navalny's System; Group Gatherings Not Advisable; Not Much Change in Voter's Opinion; A.G. Barr Don't Believe in Racism. Aired 3-4a ET
• Trump Suggests Voting Twice By Mail and In Person; Barr Denies Police Shooting of Blacks Due to Racism; Barr Calls Mail-In Voting Reckless and Dangerous; CDC Tells States to Prepare for COVID Vaccine Distribution By Late October; Pandemic Ranks No. 1 Among Top Voter Concern; Republican Iowa Senator Suggest Doctors Falsifying Cases; Attorney General Barr: China is Most Aggressive in Election Meddling;. Aired 4-4:30a ET
• CDC Tells States to Prepare to Distribute Vaccine By November; Biden to Meet with Jacob Blake's Family in Kenosha. Aired 10-10:30a ET
• Germany: Navalny Poisoned with Nerve Agent Novichok; Health Workers Infected at Alarming Rate; Biden: Officer Who Shot Blake Should Be Charged; Barr: Trump Doesn't Really Think Obama Committed Treason; U.S. Officials Urge Caution ahead of Holiday Weekend; U.S. Officials Urge Caution Ahead of Holiday Weekend; Seoul Police Raid Church Linked to Cluster of Cases; United Airlines Plans to Furlough 16,000+ Employees; Illusionist David Blaine Floats Miles Into Sky. Aired 12-1a ET
• Germany: Novichok Used to Poison Russian Opposition Leader Alexey Navalny; United Airlines to Furlough More Than 16,000 Employees; Ford to Cut 1,400 Salaried Jobs, Offer Early Retirement; Students in England and Wales Go Back to School; Are U.S. Schools Ready to Reopen Amid COVID-19 Risks. Aired 4:30-5a ET
• Germany: Navalny Was Poisoned; Biden To Meet Community Leaders In Kenosha; Europe's COVID Almost Back To March Levels; Labor Day: Please Observe Guidelines; Barr Claims China Greatest Threat To Elections; Storm Hits Korean Peninsula as Second Typhoon Nears; Seoul Police Raid Church Linked to Cluster of Cases; China Resumes Flights from Certain Nations; CDC Makes Extraordinary Move to Temporarily Halt Evictions; Are U.S. Schools Ready to Reopen Amid COVID-19 Risks? Aired 1-2a ET
• U.S. Attorney General on Election Threats; Germany: Navalny Poisoned with Nerve Agent Novichok; U.S. Officials Urge Caution ahead of Holiday Weekend; U.S. Approves Emergency Use of Convalescent Plasma; Biden Beating Trump in CNN National Poll 51-43. Aired 2-3a ET
• AG Barr: Russia Isn't Biggest Threat To Election, It's China; Food Insecurity Rises During Pandemic; Facebook Reveals Plan To Battle Voting Misinformation. Aired 12:30-1p ET
• CDC Tells States to Prepare to Distribute Vaccine by November, Who Should Get the Vaccines First?; Iowa Has Highest Rate of COVID-19 Cases in U.S.; Fewer Than 1 Million Americans File for New Unemployment Benefits; Farmers Union Warns of "Elevated Risk of Exposure" at Iowa Meat Plants; Futures Down As Jobless Claims Dropped Below 1 Million Last Week. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• Will Trump Rush Coronavirus Vaccine Ahead of Election?; Joe Biden Visits Wisconsin. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• Barr Comments on Blake Case; Trump Threatens Funding over Unrest; Arrest in Cyberattacks on Miami-Dade School System; Parents Grapple with Back to School; Arenas Used for Voting Centers. Aired 9:30-10a
• Interview with Dr. Anthony Fauci; President Trump Threatens to Withhold Funding From Democrat-Run Cities; COVID-19 Cases Rise in England and Israel with Schools to Reopen. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• Biden Says Trump Legitimizes Hatred, Racism Across U.S.; States Scramble as CDC Warns Vaccine Could Be Ready in October; Student Arrested in Cyberattacks on Miami-Dade Schools; COVID-19 Kills More Cops in 2020 Than All Other Causes Combined; Stocks Plunge, Tech's Worst Day Since March. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• Interview with Author Rick Perlstein; Surge in Prescriptions for Drugs Promoted by Trump; Canada's Top Public Health Official Advises Wearing Masks During Sex. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• U.S. Case Count Eclipses 6.1. Million; Dr. Michael Mina Discusses Fauci's Warning about Uptick in Positivity Rates in Certain States & Vaccines; Attorney General Josh Stein (D-NC) Discusses Trump Encouraging North Carolinians to Vote Twice; Soon, Biden to Arrive in Kenosha, Wisconsin; State Rep. David Bowen (D-WI) Discusses Joe Biden Visit to Kenosha & Police Shootings. Aired 11-11:30a ET
• State Rep. David Bowen (D-WI) Discusses Joe Biden Visit to Kenosha & Police Shootings; Missouri in White House Task Force "Red Zone"; New Unemployment Claims Drop Below One Million; Ohio in Play with 2 Months to Go Until Election Day. Aired 11:30a-12p ET
• Dr. Anthony Fauci Warns Labor Day Could Cause New Surge; President Donald Trump Dismissed Question About Racism While In Kenosha; Joe Biden Says Officer Who Shot Jacob Blake Should Be Charged; CDC Documents Say States Should Prepare To Distribute A Vaccine As Soon As Late October; President Donald Trump Threatens To Cut Funding To Democratic-Led Cities Over Unrest. Aired 12-12:30p ET
• U.S. Reports 1,000+ Virus Deaths for Second Day in a Row; Millions of Americans Face Eviction as Housing Protections end; Ohio State University Reports 250+ Cases in 24-Hour Period. Aired 1-1:30p ET
• Alabama Allows Buffets to Reopen as Cases Near 130,000; Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson Gives Advice on Getting Through Coronavirus; Update on Coronavirus Responses Across the Country; FOX Host Will Moderate Debate as Network Hosts Advise Trump; Drudge's Turn Against Trump on Display; Markets Plummet after Hitting Record Highs. Aired 1:30-2p ET
• Luis Alejo, Supervisor, Monterey County Board of Supervisors, Discusses Viral Video Shining Light on Digital Divide for Online School; Trump Silent as World Leaders Demand Answers From Putin on Poisoning; Barr, Pompeo: China, Not Russia, Is Greatest Threat to America; CNN Investigates Sweden's Controversial COVID Strategy; Biden in Kenosha, Wisconsin & Meets with Jacob Blake Family. Aired 2:30-3p ET


September 02, 2020
• Belarus Election Crisis, Demonstrations Against Lukashenko Enter Fourth Week; America's Presidential Election And Facebook Says Russia Is Targeting Voters Again; President Trump Claims Biden Is On Some Kind Of Enhancement; Trump Fires Back After Book Question November Walter Reed Hospital Visit; Kushner Meets With Saudi Crown Prince; Cargo Ships Goes Missing As Japan Faces Two Major Storms; Pope Francis To Resume General Audiences With The Public; WHO Official Praises Sweden's Response To COVID-19; An Exclusive Interview By CNN To Jill Biden; Cartoon Reminded Attacks on Charlie Hebdo; Kenosha Visited by an Unwelcomed Visitor; No Sufficient Data to Support Convalescent Plasma; Teachers Union Skeptical of Russia's Vaccine. Aired 3-4a ET
• Trump Pushes Law and Order Message on Wisconsin Visit; Latin American Economies Hit Hard by COVID-19; Some Russian Teachers Raise Concerns over Vaccine; Facebook: Russia is Targeting American Voters Again; New Questions Surround Trump's Hospital Visit Last Year. Aired 12-1a ET
• Midwest Cases Surging as Experts Warn of Holiday Weekend; Trump Does not Mention Jacob Blake's Name During Kenosha Visit; Trump Slams Pelosi for Hair Appointment that Violated Restrictions. Aired 10- 10:30a ET
• Trump Pushes Law and Order Message in Kenosha; Blake's Uncle: Trump has Empowered Police to Rain Down Hate; Trump Struggle to Address COVID-19; Trump Talks Conspiracy Theories, Won't Condemn Supporters; Facebook: Russia is Targeting American Voter Again; U.S. Experts Warn Against Approving Vaccine Too Soon; U.S. Government Agency Pushes Back on Plasma Treatment. Aired 4-4:30a ET
• Economic Impact of Virus Takes Heavy Toll on Women; Russian Teacher' Union Expressing Concern Over Vaccine; Charlie Hebdo Republishes Cartoons as Trial Begins; New Question Surround Trump's Hospital Visit Last Year. Aired 4:30-5a ET
• Trump's Kenosha Visit Ends Without Answers; Double Barrel Typhoon Heads For Korean Peninsula; California And Florida See Infection Rates Decline; Three Out Of Four Adults Worldwide Say Yes To A COVID Vaccine; Brazil Enters Recession with a Record Contraction; Small Businesses Struggling without Stimulus Aid; Mnuchin: Bipartisan Stimulus Deal Should be Reached; Facebook: Russia is Targeting American Voters Again; BTS is First South Korean Group to Top Billboard Hot 100. Aired 1-2a ET
• Trump Pushes Law and Order Message on Wisconsin Visit; Facebook Says Russia Is Targeting American Voters Again; U.S. States to Receive Low-Cost Antigen Tests; Belarus Election Crisis; Some Russian Teachers Raise Concerns over Vaccine. Aired 2-3a ET
• Dr. Anthony Fauci Calls for Full-Court Press Against COVID-19; Midwest Reporting Surge in Cases as U.S. Death Toll Mounts; 600 Plus Students and Staff Under Quarantine or Isolation in Two Florida Counties; Cases in U.S. Midwest Surging As Experts Warn of Holiday Weekend; Portland Mayor Calls on Residents to Join Him in Denouncing Violence; White House Coronavirus Taskforce Issues Dire Warning for Iowa. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• DHS Withheld Warning About Russian Smear Campaign Against Biden?; College COVID-19 Outbreaks; Study Shows Steroids Reduce COVID Deaths. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• U.S. Adds 40,000+ New Infections on Tuesday as Fauci Issues Labor Day Warning; Fauci: Vaccine Could be Available Earlier Than Expected if Ongoing Clinical Trials Show Overwhelming Positive Results; Dr. Joseph Allen Discusses Research Indicating Strong Ventilation Is Key to Preventing Indoor Spread; Trump Dismisses "Systemic Racism," Defends Police During Visit to Kenosha; Biden to Travel to Kenosha on Thursday; Very Tight Race Underway for Ohio's 18 Electoral Votes. Aired 11-11:30a ET
• Midwest Reporting Surge in Coronavirus Cases; Denouncing Violence in Portland; Russia Reopens Schools; Brazil Enters Recession after Pandemic; Pope Holds Public Audience. Aired 9:30-10a
• Biden Lays Out Plain to Reopen Schools Amind Pandemic; Biden: Schools Need More Counselors to Help Kids Deal with Pandemic; Biden Takes Questions from Reporters in Delaware; Biden: Cops Who Shot Breonna Taylor "Should be Charged;" Biden on Kenosha Shooting, Death of Breonna Taylor; Biden on Claim that Pence Was Put on Alert During Trump DOC Visit; Biden on Tomorrow's Planned Visit to Kenosha Amid Tensions; Biden: "I Would Like to Get Out More," But Must Set An Example; Biden: "Vast Majority" of Police are "Good, Decent;" Biden on What He'd Do Differently When Violence Erupts in Cities; Biden Calls School Struggles to Open a "National Emergency." Aired 1:30-2p ET.
• Ernst Tries to Clarify Claim That Virus Deaths Are Inflated; Aide Says Pelosi Always Wears Mask, Follows Local Guidelines; White House Coronavirus Adviser Paints Rosy Picture of Risk to Kids; Biden Says If Trump Had Done His Job, Schools Would Be Open Now; Teen COVID Survivor Suffering from Dizziness, Headaches Months Later; CDC Temporarily Halting Evictions Amid Pandemic. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• Small Businesses Still Struggle in U.S.; Interview with Trump 2020 National Press Secretary Hogan Gidley. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• Ed Markey Defeats Joe Kennedy Iii In Massachusetts Primary; Facebook Tipped Off By FBI, Finds Russian Campaign Targeting Americans; Germany: Kremlin Critic Navalny Poisoned With Russian Nerve Agent. Aired 12:30-1p ET
• Live Coverage as Joe Biden Takes Questions in Delaware; Live Analysis of Joe Biden's Responses; Interview with Former CDC Director Tom Frieden. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• President Donald Trump Denies Systemic Racism Exists During Kenosha Visit; Donald Trump Back On Campaign Trail In North Carolina; Biden, Trump Campaign Ads Focus On Racial Unrest; White House Coronavirus Task Force Issues Dire Warning For Iowa; Markey: "My Progressive View" Won Yesterday. Aired 12-12:30p ET
• Nearly 190,000 Americans Have Lost Their Lives Due To Coronavirus; Election Alarms, Conspiracies, Armed Militias; Iowa Senator Doubts Virus Death Toll As State Sees Cases Surge; Biden Lays Out Plan To Reopen Schools Amid Pandemic. Aired 1-1:30p ET
• Interview With Former CDC Director, Tom Frieden; Interview With Former DHS Secretary, Janet Napolitano; Trump Speaks To Reporters During N.C. Visit Honoring Veterans; Trump Lambasts Pelosi For Hair Appointment That Violated Coronavirus Rules. Aired 2:30-3p ET
• Florida Cuts Ties With Quest Laboratories Over Testing Backlog; More Than 25,000 Cases At Colleges & Universities In 37 States; Pence Says He Doesn't Recall Being Put On Standby To Take Over For Trump During 2019 Walter Reed Visit; Trump Banking On A "Super V" Economy; New Analysis On Melania's Side Eye At Ivanka At The RNC. Aired 11:30a- 12p ET


September 01, 2020
• Trump Defends a Supporter; Joe Biden Called Out Trump's Leadership; Kenosha Mayor Says No to Visits; Emmanuel Macron Eager to Lift Lebanon's Economy; France Opening Its Schools; Students in China Back to In-Person Class; No Assurance in Herd Immunity; America in Crisis, Trump and Biden at Odds over U.S. Violence, Racism; President Trump to Travel to Kenosha Despite Pleas to Stay Away; India Reopens Further Amid Record High New Coronavirus Cases; India's Economy Shrinks at the Fastest Pace on Record; Kushner-Led Delegation Wrapping Up Historic UAE Trip; Global Conspiracy Theory, QAnon Supporters Join Protests in Germany; Students Fight for Black History Classes. Aired 3-4a ET
• Trump Defends Shooter Charged with Killing Two Protesters; Mysteries about Coronavirus Remain Months into Pandemic; Trump Ramps up Disinformation Campaign against Biden. Aired 10-10:30a ET
• Kenosha Mayor Disappointed Over Trumps Upcoming Visit; Biden Says Trump Has Failed to Protect America; Trump Refuses to Denounce Violent Actions By Supporters; Growing Concern Political Pressure May Rush Vaccine Process; Experts Warn Herd Immunity Strategy Can Be Dangerous; U.S. FDA Could Grant Vaccine Authorization Before Trials End; Hong Kong Begins Mass COVID-19 Testing Program; Hong Kong Activists Call for Boycott of Mass Testing. Aired 4-4:30a ET
• Los Angeles Sheriff's Deputies Fatally Shoot Black Man; Sheriffs Won't Send Deputies to Portland Despite Requests; Trump: Supporters in Portland Were Peaceful; QAnon Supporters Join Protests in Germany; Delta, United and American Airlines Scrap Change Fees; Living as a COVID-19 Long Hauler; Schools Across China Reopen With New Safety Measures. Aired 4:30-5a ET
• Trump And Biden Clash On Safety; Trump Visits Kenosha; FDA Promotes Herd Immunity; UAE And Israel Lift Ban; Hong Kong Begins Mass COVID-19 Testing Program; Schools Across China Reopen with New Safety Measures; Schools in France Reopening as Infection Rate Rises; India Moves Forward with Reopening Despite Surge. Aired 1-2a ET
• Biden: Violence is Happening in Trump's America; Kenosha Officials Urge President Trump Not to Visit; New Trump Adviser Pushes Controversial Strategy; Israel-UAE Relations. Aired 2-3a ET
• Spokeswoman on Biden's 2020 Campaign; NYPD Commissioner Dermot Shea is Interviewed on Violence in New York City; Wuhan and other Cities Reopen Schools; Dems Subpoena Postmaster General. Aired 9:30- 10a
• HHS Launching COVID P.R. Campaign Ahead of Election?; Trump Fanning Flames of Racial Unrest?; Who Should Get COVID-19 Vaccine First?. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• Interview with Former Madison, Wisconsin Mayor Paul Soglin; Children in Europe Return to School; New Book Reports 25th Amendment Papers Drawn Up During November Walter Reed Visit. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• Trump Heads to Kenosha Despite Calls for Him to Reconsider; Two Sheriffs Won't Send Deputies to Portland Despite Governor's Request; FDA Chief Says Approval for COVID-19 Vaccine Could Happen Before Election Day; Lawmakers Call for Investigation into NYPD Work Slowdown Allegations; COVID-19 Cases Spike in Schools in Midwest U.S. As Nation Tops 6 Million Infections; Futures Mixed After Best August for the S&P And Dow in 30 Years. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• Trump in Kenosha Where Police Shot Jacob Blake in The Back; Trump in Kenosha Despite Official Objections; Trump Rips NBA Players for Speaking Out; Facebook Tipped Off by FBI About Russian Campaign Targeting Americans; Medical Expert on COVID-19 Says There is a Perfect Storm of Inequality. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• Biden: Do You Really Feel Safer under Trump?; U.S. Tops 6 Million COVID-19 Cases ahead of Labor Day; Three Vaccines in Phase 3 Trials in U.S. Aired 12-1a ET
• Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin Testified Before House Today; Dr. Scott Atlas Denies Advocating for Herd Immunity in U.S.; Interview with Former Maine CDC Director Dora Anne Mills; Interview with Rep. Mark Pocan (D-WI). Aired 2-2:30p ET
• White House Task Force Reports Sound Alarm as Trump Paints Rose Picture; Report: Government Offering $250 Million for Coronavirus P.R. Contract; Trump: Virus "Will Go Away" If We Reach Herd Immunity; Trump Retweets QAnon Quack on Virus Death Numbers; Experts Renew Calls for Caution as Labor Day Weekend Approaches; Dr. Discusses Testing and Positivity Rates, Vaccines; Trump Speaks Ahead of Trip to Wisconsin. Aired 11-11:30a ET
• WH Testing Czar Giroir On Daily COVID-19 Tests For Everyone: "I Don't Live In The Utopian World"; Univ. Of Illinois Tests Students, Faculty And Staff At Least Weekly. Aired 12:30-1p ET
• Trump Speaks Ahead Of Trip To Wisconsin; Republicans Praised Trump's Character At RNC; Two Veteran Massachusetts Congressional Democrats Face Challenges From Younger Liberals & One Challenger Is A Kennedy. Aired 11:30a-12p ET
• Soon: President Donald Trump Lands In Kenosha, Wisconsin After Being Told Not To Come; President Donald Trump: Police Officer Who Shot Jacob Blake "Choked"; New Book: Pence Told To Prepare To Assume Trump Duties; Virus Fight Faces Key Tests With Labor Day Weekend, Return To School. Aired 12-12:30p ET
• Trump Painted Rosy Pic Of Pandemic As Task Force Issued Warnings; Biden Condemns Violence, While Trump Tries To Justify It. Aired 1-1:30p ET
• Book: Pence Was On Standby To "Take Over" During Trump Doc Visit; Facebook, Tipped Off By FBI, Finds Russia Campaign Targeting Americans; Federal Appeals Court Gives Trump A Win On Financial Records; Trump Likens Cop Who Shot Blake To Golfer Who Misses Putt; Kenosha Resident Describes What Happened When Protests Turned Deadly. Aired 1:30-2p ET
• Rep. Mark Pocan (D-WI) Discusses Trump In Kenosha Despite Officials Asking Him Not To Come; Facebook, Tipped Off By FBI, Finds Russia Campaign Targeting Americans; Russia Makes Multiple Provocative Moves Against U.S.; Trump Pushes Conspiracy Theory Biden Controlled, Thugs On Plane Headed To RNC; Coronavirus Updates From Around The Country; Coronavirus Updates From Around The World. Aired 2:30-3p ET


August 31, 2020
• Trump Accuses Portland Mayor of Weakness Amid Protests; Trump Stokes Law and Order Fears Ahead of Election; Kushner Will Be on Historic Flight Between Israel and UAE; Johns Hopkins: U.S. Closing in on 6 Million Cases; India Reports Second-Highest Daily Spike in Cases; Portland Mayor Blames Trump for Violent Protests; Coronavirus Industry Cuts Production Due to Drop in Demand. Aired 12-1a ET
• Democrats Blame President Trump; Story Repeats Itself; Jared Kushner Pushing Peace in the Middle East; Lionel Messi Skips Pre- Season; High Price for a Toast; President Trump Blame Local Leaders; Trump's Visit Not Needed; Adam Schiff Compels in-Person Testimonies; Growing Calls for Lukashenko's Resignation; U.S. COVID-19 Cases Nears Six Million; India in Top Three Worldwide. Aired 3-4a ET
• Portland Police Declare Unlawful Assembly at Protest site; Portland Mayor Accuses Trump of Inciting Division; Trump Posts Dozens of Tweets After Portland Clashes; Trump to Visit Wisconsin Amid Unrest After Police Shooting; Republican Senator: Surge Manpower to Stop Riots; Critics Say Trump is Inciting Violence and Divisiveness; Birx: Do the Right Thing, So We Go Into Fall with Fewer Cases; Virus Deniers Protest Restrictions in London, Berlin. Aired 4-4:30a ET
• Health Experts Call for Independent Panel to Review Vaccines; Portland Mayor Says, Trump Helped Create Violence at Protests; Trump Going to Wisconsin after Governor Urges Him to Reconsider. Aired 10- 10:30a ET
• Portland Mayor Criticizes Trump Over Unrest, Violence; Biden to Deliver Remarks Monday About Future of America; Tensions Rise After Deadly Shooting Amid Portland Protests; Trump Supporters Gather in Caravan in Los Angeles; Latest U.S. Job Numbers Forecast to Show Slow Recovery; Americans Struggle Amid Pandemic, Racial Inequality Protests; Historic Flight En Route Between Israel and Abu Dhabi; Potential TikTok Sale Must Clear New Hurdles from China. Aired 4:30-5a ET
• Portland Mayor Accuses Trump Of Stoking Violence; Wisconsin Governor To Trump: Please Keep Out Of Kenosha; India's COVID Cases Top Global Daily Record; Belarus Protests Intensify; Wisconsin Governor Asks Trump Not to Visit Kenosha; Historic Flight Planned Between Tel Aviv and Abud Dhabi; Using Tech to Protect the Amazon; Potential TikTok Sale Must Clear New Hurdles for China; Champagne Industry Cuts Production due to Drop in Demand. Aired 1-2a ET
• Trump Tweets, Wheeler Hits Back; The COVID Toll: Mexico, Brazil And Columbia; U.S. Open's First COVID Slam; Portland Mayor Criticizes President Trump; Trump to Visit Kenosha Amid Protests; U.S. Coronavirus Cases Nearing Six Million Cases. Aired 2-3a ET
• Biden & Trump Spar over Security as Election Day Nears; Deadly Shooting in Portland Fuels Division, Tensions; Trump to Travel to Kenosha on Tuesday; The Politics of the Protests; U.S. Nears 6 Million Cases, Over 183,000 Deaths; Former FDA Commissioner Warns Cases Rising in Midwest; Dr. Birx Urges Safety Precautions Amid Wait for Vaccine; FDA Head: Willing to Approve Vaccine Before Phase 3 Trials End. Aired 11-11:30a ET
• Biden expected to take on Trump; DNI Sales Back Briefings; University of Alabama Reports Covid Cases. Aired 9:30-10a
• White House Refuses to Condemn Armed Vigilantes; Biden Blasts Trump Over Unrest in America; Will Trump Administration Rush Out COVID-19 Vaccine?. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• Georgia's COVID-19 Numbers are Down Statewide But Up in Schools; Rep. Steve Scalise (R-LA) Posts Manipulated Video Without Apology; ODNI Moves to Written Congressional Briefings. Aired 10:30- 11a ET
• Deadly Shooting in Portland Fuels Division, Tensions; Trump to Visit Kenosha as City Reels After Shooting, Violence; FDA Head: Willing to Approve Vaccine Before Phase 3 Trial Ends; Florida, Georgia Show Signs of Improvement After Coronavirus Surge. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• Biden Hits Back, Says Trump Can't Stop Violence Because He Foments It; White House Says No Plans for Trump to Meet with Blake Family; 1200+ University of Alabama Students Positive for COVID; Hollywood Mourns After Passing of Chadwick Boseman. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• Live Analysis of Joe Biden's Speech in Pittsburgh; United States Now Has 6 Million COVID-19 Cases; FDA Commissioner Stephen Hahn May Consider Early Vaccine Approval. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• Twitter Flags Scalise's Tweet Attacking Biden As "Manipulated"; House Oversight Committee Accuses Postmaster General Of Withholding Documents, Will Issue Subpoena; FDA Head: Willing To Approve Vaccine Before Phase 3 Trial Ends. Aired 12:30-1p ET
• Ex-NBA Star, Robert Horry, Discusses His Emotional Conversation with Young Son on Police; Biden Returns to Trail Amid Social Unrest and Violent Protests. Aired 1:30-2p ET
• United Airlines To Drop Its Ticket Change Free For U.S. Flights; Biden & Trump Spar Over Security As Election Day Nears; Trump To Take Law And Order Message To Wisconsin Tomorrow; Top Biden Aides, Surrogates Campaign Against "Trump's America"; U.S. Tops Six Million Cases As Students Return To School; Appeals Court Denies Flynn And DOJ Effort To End His Case. Aired 12-12:30p ET
• Top Intelligence Officer Ends In-Person Briefings To Congressional Committees On Election Security; Jim Malatras, SUNY Chancellor, Discusses Cancelling In-Person Classes Due To COVID Outbreaks; Dr. Ravina Kullar Discusses Birx Telling College Students "Do Not Go Home"; Police & Watchdog Groups Warn Of Rise In Vigilante Activity. Aired 11:30a-12p ET
• U.S. Passes Six Million Coronavirus Cases As Trump Stokes Fear; Trump Stokes Tensions In U.S. Cities Amid Racial Injustice Protests; Wisconsin Officials To Trump: Don't Come Here Tomorrow Amid Tensions. Aired 1-1:30p ET
• Birx To Infected Students: Stay On Campus, Don't Return Home; Democrats To Subpoena Postmaster General For Refusal To Hand Over Documents; NYT: DOJ Secretly Curtailed Investigation Into Trump's Russia Ties; Book: Leaked Memo Reveals Alarms About Kushner Clearance; Trump Spreads Fringe Conspiracy Theories On COVID, Protests And More. Aired 2:30-3p ET


August 30, 2020
• Trump to Visit Kenosha; Fatal Shooting during Protests in Portland; ODNI No Longer to Brief Congress on Election Security; Trump Stokes Fear ahead of Election; New Zealand to Enforce Masks on Public Transport; Trump Tours Hurricane Laura Aftermath; Migrants Evacuated from Banksy-Funded Rescue Boat; LeBron James Salutes Chadwick Boseman. Aired 12-1a ET
• Fatal Shooting During Protests In Portland; Jacob Blake's Father: Shooting Was Attempted Murder; ODNI No Longer To Brief Congress On Election Security; Rallies Against COVID-19 Restrictions Across Europe; Pro Athletes Take Action After Blake Shooting. Aired 2- 3a ET
• Fatal Shooting During Protests In Portland; Trump To Visit Kenosha, WI; Jacob Blake's Father: Shooting Was Attempted Murder; Trump Tours Hurricane Laura Aftermath; Migrants Evacuated From Banksy- Funded Rescue Boat; COVID-19 Increasing In Children; Irish Politicians Accused Of Hypocrisy In "Golfgate"; Chadwick Boseman's Lasting Impact. Aired 3-4a ET
• Biden In Favor Of Police Reform, Not Defunding; Fatal Shooting During Protests In Portland; Jacob Blake's Father: Shooting Was Attempted Murder; Russian Fighter Jets' "Unsafe" Intercept Of U.S. B- 52; Trump Tours Hurricane Laura Aftermath; COVID-19 Increasing In Children; Program Allows COVID-19 Survivors To Keep Patients Company; Migrants Evacuated From Banksy-Funded Rescue Boat; Milwaukee, Orlando Kneel During National Anthem; Climate Crisis. Aired 4-5a ET
• Jacob Blake's Father: Shooting Was Attempted Murder; Fatal Shooting During Protests In Portland; Rallies Against COVID-19 Restrictions Across Europe; Police Shootings Spark Global Outrage; Migrants Evacuated From Banksy-Funded Rescue Boat; F1's Only Black Driver Salutes Chadwick Boseman; Chadwick Boseman's Lasting Impact. Aired 5-6a ET
• One Person Shot And Killed During Portland Protests; Trump To Visit Kenosha, Wisconsin Following Deadly Shootings And Protests; Activists Call For An End To Systemic Racism In America; Trump Supporters Preparing Motorcade Through Los Angeles; Rep. Adam Schiff (D-CA) Says, Democrats May Subpoena Intel Officials To Testify Before Congress; Louisiana Governor Warns Of A Decline In Coronavirus Testing In Wake Of Hurricane Laura Devastation. Aired 2-3p ET
• Mayor Of Portland Blames Trump For City's Violence; Biden Condemns Portland Violence; Stock Markets Rise; House Could Subpoena Intelligence Officials On Election Interference. Aired 5-6p ET
• Portland Officials Hold Press Conference After One Person Was Shot And Killed During Protests; Trump Live Tweets About Wheeler Press Conference; Portland Police Resources Strapped. Aired 4-5p ET
• Trump On Portland Protests: Send In The National Guard; Doctors Find Possible Case Of COVID-19 Reinfection In U.S.; The NBA Returns After A Multiday Protest. Aired 3-4p ET
• One Person Shot and Killed During Portland Protests; White House Chief of Staff Calls Trump "Law & Order" President Despite Violence in Multiple U.S. Cities; Kenosha Officials Voice Concerns with Trump's Upcoming Visit. Aired 1-2p ET


August 29, 2020
• "Black Panther" Star Chadwick Boseman Dies at 43; Thousands Gather on National Mall for "Commitment March"; Second Spike of COVID- 19 in Europe; India Struggles to Contain Growing Epidemic; Trump Returns to Campaign Trail, Attacks Biden and Harris; Navalny's Condition Serious but Stable. Aired 2-2:45a ET
• "Black Panther" Star Chadwick Boseman Dies at 43; Opposing Narratives after Kenosha Shooting; Thousands Gather on National Mall for "Commitment March"; Second Spike of COVID-19 in Europe; Africa Declared Polio Free by WHO. Aired 3-3:30a ET
• Actor Chadwick Boseman Passes Away; President Trump Comments on Police Shooting of Jacob Blake in Kenosha, Wisconsin; Former NBA Player Craig Hodges Interviewed on Current Players' Activism; Attendees of President Trump Rally in New Hampshire Do Not Social Distance or Wear Masks; Case Reported of American Contracting COVID-19 Twice; President Trump Condemns Violence Related to Protests; Democratic Presidential Candidate Joe Biden May Campaign at Live Events after Labor Day. Aired 10-11a ET
• "Black Panther" Star Chadwick Boseman Dies at 43; Opposing Narratives after Kenosha Shooting; Daily Protests in Portland since George Floyd's Death; COVID-19 Cases Spike on U.S. College Campuses; Trump Dismisses Protesters as "Anarchists, Agitators," Stokes Fears of Crime and Violence under Biden; Navalny's Condition Serious but Stable; NBA to Resume Playoffs. Aired 4-5a ET
• Kenosha Police Union Defends Officers In Jacob Blake Shooting; Obama Counsels A Small Group Of NBA Players Amid Boycotts; "Black Panther" Star Dies At 43 Of Colon Cancer; One-Year-Old Boy Is Youngest COVID Victim To Die In Georgia; Hurricane Laura Has Now Claimed At Least 13 Lives; Hurricane Katrina Made Landfall 15 Years Ago; New Tape Of Trump's Sister. Aired 11a-12p ET
• Office Of The DNI Informs House And Senate Select Committees On Intelligence It Will No Longer Be Briefing On Election Security Issues; Seventeen-Year-Old Kills Two People During Protests In Kenosha, WI; NBA Players Protest Playoff Games In Wake Of Police Shooting Of Jacob Blake; Kenosha Police Association Releases Contested Details Surrounding Jacob Blake Shooting; President Trump Visits Lake Charles, Louisiana, To Survey Damage Done By Hurricane Laura; Actor Chadwick Boseman Dies After Battle With Cancer. Aired 2-3p ET
• Kenosha Police Union Defends Officers In Jacob Blake Shooting; Thousands March On Washington Amid Demands For Racial Justice 57 Years After MLK Speech; Police Union, Blake Family Offer Conflicting Accounts Of Shooting; President Trump Preparing To Tour Hurricane Area; One-Year-Old Boy Is Youngest COVID Victim To Die In Georgia; Top Aide To Russian Opposition Leader Speaks To CNN. Aired 12-1p ET
• Top Intelligence Office Informs Congressional Committees It Will No Longer Brief On Election Security; Kenosha Police Union Defends Officers In Jacob Blake Shooting; NBA Playoffs Set To Resume Today After Players Protest Games; Seventeen-Year-Old Gunman Faces Murder Charges In Kenosha Shootings; Sociology Professor Cynthia Miller-Idris Discusses Politicization Of Rittenhouse Case; Man Claims Jerry Falwell Jr. Encouraged Him To Have Affair With His Wife. Aired 1-2p ET
• Police Union, Blake Family Offer Conflicting Accounts; Top Intelligence Office Informs Congressional Committees It Will No Longer Brief Them On Election Security; Black Panther Star Dies At 43 Of Colon Cancer; Trump Visits Areas Devastated By Hurricane Laura; Trump's Niece, Mary Trump Talks About Why She Made Secret Recordings; Trump Rallygoers Boo When Asked To Put On Masks; Trump Promises Vaccine "Before The End Of Year Or Maybe Even Sooner". Aired 3-4p ET
• Top Intelligence Office Informs Congressional Committees It Will No Longer Brief Them On Election Security; Jacob Blake's Family Organizes March In Wisconsin; Dr. Peter Hotez Discusses Vaccine Trials; Father Of Jacob Blake Speaks In Kenosha, WI; CNN's "Represented" Features Patrisse Cullors, Co-founder Of Black Lives Matters. Aired 4-5p ET
• Jacob Blake's Family Organizes March In Wisconsin; Police Union, Blake Family Offer Conflicting Accounts; Intel Chief Tells Congress It Will Get No More Briefings On Election Security; Trump Takes Questions From Reporters After Touring Hurricane Damage; Trump Responds To Intel Chief Telling Congress It Will Get No More Briefings On Election Security; Interview With WNBA's Renee Montgomery Who Is Sitting Out The Season To Fight For Social Justice Reform. Aired 5-6p ET
• Intel Chief Tells Congress It Will No Longer Get No More Briefings On Election Security; Jacob Blake's Family Holds March And Rally In Wisconsin. Aired 6-7p ET
• "Black Panther" Star Chadwick Boseman Dies at 43; Opposing Narratives after Kenosha Shooting; Second Spike of COVID-19 in Europe; Trump Dismisses Protesters as "Anarchists, Agitators," Stokes Fears of Crime and Violence under Biden; Navalny's Chief of Staff Blames Kremlin for Poisoning; Black American Athletes History of Powerful Protests. Aired 5-6a ET


August 28, 2020
• Did Not Air 12-1a ET
• Did Not Air 3-4p ET
• Did Not Air 1-2a ET
• Did Not Air 2-3a ET
• Shinzo Abe Stepping Down; President Trump's Second Term Vision; GOP Ignores Outrage from Protesters; Players Fed Up of Relentless Shootings; Pro Sports Team Boycott Games for Second Straight Night; Kenosha Shooting Suspect Set for Court Appearance; Impact of Racial Unrest and the 2020 Election; Woman Describes Coming to Aid of Shooting Victim; Hurricane Laura's Path of Destruction; COVID-19 Testing Controversy in the United States; North Dakota Claims Highest Per Capita Rate of New Cases. Aired 3-4a ET
• Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe Announces Resignation; Trump Accepts Republican Nomination to Second Term; RNC Speakers Praise Trump, Play Up Election Fears; Jacob Blake's Shooting Sparked Wildcat Strike by Sports Teams; 17-Year-Old Facing Felony Charges in Kenosha Shooting. Aired 4-4:30a ET
• Trump Claims Biden will Destroy America in Dark Speech; Jacob Blake's Family to Speak during Today's March on Washington; White House Announces Purchase of 150 million Rapid COVID-19 Tests. Aired 10-10:30a ET
• Japan Prime Minister Shinzo Abe announced Resignation; Trump Promises Vaccine in U.S. By end of Year; Trump Rages Against Radical Left, Pledges Law and Order; Trump Accepts Republican Nomination to Second Term; Trump Appeals to His Base During Speech; More than 20 False or Misleading Claims in Trump's Speech. Aired 4:30-5a ET
• Pentagon to Receive Civil Unrest Briefings; Interview with NAACP Wisconsin President Wendell Harris; NBA Agrees to Resume Playoffs as Staff and Baseball Players Join Black Lives Matter Strike. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• March on Washington Today, 57 Years after Martin Luther King Jr.; Interview with Police Brutality Survivor Leon Ford; Interview with Jacob Blake Sr.. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• Trumps' Dark Speech; Games Postponed as Players Protest Racism; Hurricane Laura Pummels Louisiana. Aired 9:30-10a
• Jacob Blake's Father Says Son Has Not Been Treated Like a Human; Trump Condemns Violent Protests, Stays Silent on Jacob Blake's Shooting; Activists Gather for Another March on Washington, 57 Years Later; Major League Games Postponed As Players Protest Systemic Racism; Hurricane Laura Pummels Lake Charles, Leaves Tremendous Damage. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• FDA Grants Emergency Use Authorization For Rapid COVID-19 Test; March On Washington Today After Summer Of Racial Anxiety. Aired 12:30- 1p ET
• March on Washington Underway At Lincoln Memorial; Jacob Blake's Father: Son Is In Pain & Shackled To Hospital Bed; Trump Condemns Violent Protests, Stays Silent on Blake Shooting. Aired 11-11:30aET
• NBA Commissioner Responds to Players: "I Hear You"; March on Washington Underway At Lincoln Memorial; Athletes Fight for Social Justice after Jacob Blake Shooting. Aired 11:30a-12pET
• Jacob Blake Sr.: My Son "Hasn't Been Treated Like A Human"; President Donald Trump Appeal To Base On Closing Convention Night; Trump, Biden Convention Speeches Highlight Stark Divide; Extradition Hearing For Teen Charged In Wisconsin Protest Shooting Pushed To Next Month; FDA Grants Emergency Use Authorization For Rapid COVID-19 Test. Aired 12-12:30p ET
• Thousands Gather for March on Washington; WNBA Resumes Tonight, NBA Restarts Tomorrow after Strike; Jacob Blake Sr. Says, My Son Hasn't Been Treated Like a Human. Aired 1-1:30p ET
• Thousands Gather for March on Washington. Aired 1:30-2p ET
• Trump Focuses on American Chaos Even Though Happening on His Watch; Trump Grants Full Pardon to Criminal Reform Advocate Who Spoke at RNC; Biden's Convention Speech Gets Better Ratings Than Trump's; Kenosha Police Says Jacob Blake was Charged with Sex Assault at Time of Shooting; Thousands Gather for March on Washington; Few Face Masks and No Social Distancing at Last Night's RNC at the White House. Aired 2:30-3p ET


August 27, 2020
• Did Not Air 12-1a ET
• Did Not Air 3-4p ET
• Did Not Air 1-2a ET
• Did Not Air 2-3a ET
• Hurricane Laura his Coast as Cat 4, Weakening as It Move Inland; 17-Year-Old Arrested in Fatal Shooting During Kenosha Protests; Tonight, Trump to Accept Nomination, Deliver Address from White House. Aired 10-10:30a ET
• CDC Changes Testing Guidance; Lakers and Clippers Boycott Season; Trump to Accept Nomination Tonight. Aired 9:30-10a
• Kenosha Police Chief Defends Armed Civilian Groups on Streets; Interview with Scott Walker about the Kenosha Protests; Medical Colleges Ask CDC to Reverse Changes on Testing Guidelines. Aired 1:30- 2p ET
• Interview with Trump 2020 Campaign Director of Communications Tim Murtaugh; Interview with Jacob Blake Attorney Benjamin Crump; Interview with University of Miami President Julio Frenk. Aired 10:30- 11a ET
• Hurricane Laura Hits Coast as Category 4; Seventeen-Year-Old Arrested in Fatal Shooting During Kenosha Protests; Wisconsin State Investigators Release Timeline of Jacob Blake's Shooting. Aired 9- 9:30a ET
• Trump To Make His Case For Second Term Tonight At RNC; 17 States See Decline In New Cases; Reports: NBA To Resume, Finish Remainder Of Season. Aired 12:30-1p ET
• Social Media Details Emerge on Kenosha Shooter; Trump Administration Officials Brush Off NBA Strike; Live Coverage of Kenosha, Wisconsin Press Conference. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• Hundreds Of Thousands Without Power In Louisiana and Texas; Damage Extensive After Laura Slams Gulf Coast With 150 MPH Winds; Officer Who Shot Jacob Blake On Leave Along With Two Others. Aired 11- 11:30a ET
• Storm Chaser Witnesses Hurricane Laura's Powerful Winds; CDC Director Defends New Controversial Testing Guidelines; Tonight: Trump To Accept Nomination, Deliver Address From White House. Aired 11:30a- 12p ET
• Texas, Louisiana Governors Cautiously Optimistic About Storm; Hurricane Laura Saws Through Louisiana And Texas; 17 Year Old Arrested In Fatal Shooting At Kenosha Protests; Athletes Refuse To Play After Police Shooting Of Jacob Blake; Hurricane Laura Slams Gulf Coast As Category 4, Weakens Moving Inland. Aired 12-12:30p ET
• NBA Players Decide to Resume Playoffs after Strikes over Shooting; White House Dismisses Sports Strikes, Calls NBA Protest Absurd and Silly; Laura Downgraded to a Tropical Storm. Aired 1-1:30p ET
• Kenosha Police Hold News Conference as City Erupts; Interview with Joe Biden about Trump's Attacks and about Racial Injustice. Aired 2:30-3p ET


August 26, 2020
• Did Not Air 12-1a ET
• Did Not Air 1-2a ET
• Did Not Air 2-3a ET
• Did Not Air 3-4p ET
• First Family Call Voters' Support; Black Man Left Like a Veggie in Wisconsin; New Life Outside Cell for Jon Ponder; FDA Chief Overstated Treatment; COVID Cases Dropping; Speakers Cite Economic Progress, Stoke Culture Wars; Trump Hosts Naturalization Ceremony at the White House; Second Night of RNC Brings More Messages to Trump's Base; Pompeo Defies Norm to Discuss Domestic Politics; Storm Strengthening as it Heads for U.S. Gulf Coast; Some Republicans Endorsing Joe Biden. Aired 3-4a ET
• Trump Family Members Make Case for Reelection on Night Two; Speakers Tout Economic Progress, Stoke Culture Wars; First Lady Expresses Sympathy for Coronavirus Victims; Second Night Brings More Messages to Trump's Base; New Video Shows Struggle Before Police Shoot Jacob Blake; Storm Strengthens As It Heads for U.S. Gulf Coast; CDC Now Says Testing Not Needed for Everyone Without Symptoms. Aired 4- 4:30a ET
• Two Dead, One Injured in Overnight Shooting in Kenosha; Hurricane Laura Rapidly Intensifies, Forecast to Become Category 4; Trump Uses Power of Government in Re-Election Push. Aired 10-10:30a ET
• Trump's Convention Events Raise Ethics Questions; Trump Family Center State at RNC; Trump Hosts Naturalization Ceremony at White House; Trump Tries to Appeal to Black Voters During RNC; Police Shooting of Jacob Blake Sparks Protests, Unrest; Pompeo Breaks Precedent in Address to RNC. Aired 4:30-5a ET
• Hurricane Laura Forecast to Hit Gulf Coast as Category 4 Storm; Two Killed, One Wounded During 3rd Night of Protests in Kenosha, WI; State Rep. David Bowen (D-WI) Discusses Protests & Shootings at Kenosha Protest; Judge Mark Henry (R-Galveston County) Discusses Evacuations Under Way Ahead of Hurricane Laura. Aired 11-11:30a ET
• CDC Changes COVID Guidelines Without Explanation; Coronavirus Mostly Ignored During Second Night of RNC; American Airlines To Lay Off 19,000 Workers Without Federal Help. Aired 11:30a-12p ET
• Doc Rivers Emotional Speech; Georgia Among Worst States for New Covid Cases; Wildfires Burn 700,000 Plus Acres. Aired 9:30-10a
• Interview with Jacob Blake's Family Attorney Patrick Salvi Jr.; Interview with Temple University Student Government President Quinn Litsinger; California Residents Consider Relocating as 650 Wildfires Continue to Burn. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• Pompeo Delivers Unprecedented RNC Speech; NBA Coach Delivers Emotional Statement About Blake Shooting; Kudlow: COVID-19 "Was Awful" & Impacts "Were Tragic". Aired 12:30-1p ET
• What to Expect on Night 3 of the Republican National Convention; Former DHS Assistant Secretary, Elizabeth Neumann, Discusses RNC, Endorsing Biden, Shootings in Kenosha, Domestic Terror & QAnon; Facebook Investigating Online Activity Around Kenosha Shootings; Trump Sending Feds, National Guard to Kenosha Amid Unrest; Hurricane Laura Now an Extremely Dangerous Cat 4 Storm. Aired 1:30-2p ET
• Antioch Police Arrest 17-Year-Old Following Shootings at Kenosha Protest; CDC Issues More Restrictive Testing Guideline Changes; Live Coverage of Kenosha, Wisconsin Press Conference. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• Two Dead, One Injured in Overnight Shooting in Kenosha; Hurricane Laura Rapidly Intensifies, Closes in on Gulf Coast. Aired 9- 9:30a ET
• Family Attorney Says Blake Did Not Have A Weapon In His Car; Two Dead, One Injured In Overnight Shooting In Kenosha; Twenty States Report Decline In New Cases; Official: CDC Pressured "From The Top Down" To Change Guidance On COVID-19 Testing; Trump Convention Spotlights Supporters. Aired 12-12:30p ET
• Officials Hold Press Conference To Address Deadly Violence, Unrest In Kenosha. Aired 2:30-3p ET
• CNN Reports, Trump Administration Pressured CDC To Abruptly Change Testing Guidance; Hurricane Laura Forecast To Hit U.S. As Category 4 Storm; Police Still Silent On Jacob Blake Shooting As Unrest Grows. Aired 1-1:30p ET


August 25, 2020
• Did Not Air 12-1a ET
• Did Not Air 3-4p ET
• Did Not Air 1-2a ET
• Did Not Air 2-3a ET
• RNC Kicks Off Monday Night; Scary Picture Presented by Trump Loyalists; Trump's Prepared Excuse if He Lose; Cutting Corners Jeopardizes Efficacy and Safety; Second Night of Protest After Black Man Shot by Police; Couple Who Waved Guns at Protesters Support Trump; Mike Pompeo to Address RNC while Abroad; RNC Opening Speakers Blast Biden, Pitch to Trump's Base; Convention Follows Week of Bad News for Trump; U.S. Gulf Coast Braces for Second Strong Storm in Days; California Wildfires Hit Historic Levels and Still Growing. Aired 3-4a ET
• Speakers Blast Biden, Try to Appeal to Trump's Base; Nikki Haley Defends Trump's Foreign Policy; Speakers Share Personal Stories of the American Dream; Trump Meets with Coronavirus Frontline Workers; Sources: White House Considering Fast-Tracking Coronavirus Vaccine. Aired 4-4:30a ET
• Officials Warn of Troubling COVID-19 Signs across Heartland; Jacob Blake's Father Says, Police Shooting Paralyzed my Son; Melania Trump to Deliver RNC Speech Tonight. Aired 10-10:30a ET
• Wisconsin Police Shoot Black Man in Back, Sparking Protests; Speakers Blast Democrats, Offer Dark View of U.S.; Opening Speakers Pitch Trump As Protector of America; Speakers Glossed over Trump's Coronavirus Failures; Pompeo to Address RNC While on Middle East Tour; Study: Hong Kong Man Became Infected with Virus Twice; Berlin Hospital: Russian Opposition Leader Poisoned; U.S. Gulf Coast Braces for Second Strong Storm in Days. Aired 4:30-5a ET
• Laura Now a Hurricane Heading For TX & Louisiana Coasts; Inside Chinese Lab Conducting Late-Stage Vaccine Trials; Chinese Biotech Company in Human Trials for Covid-19 Vaccine. Aired 9.30-10a ET
• Hurricane Laura Predicted to Strengthen to Category 3; Many Permanently Leaving New York City Following COVID-19; Jerry Falwell Jr. Withdraws Liberty University Resignation and Is Under Investigation. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• Dr. Anthony Fauci Warns Against Premature Authorization of Vaccine; Florida Judge Blocks State Order Requiring Schools to Reopen for In-Person Classes; GOP Makes Case for Trump, Paints Dark Picture Under Biden; Protests Across U.S. After Wisconsin Police Shoots a Black Man; Hurricane Laura Heads for Texas and Louisiana Coasts; Futures Up After China And U.S. Had Constructive Trade Talks. Aired 9- 9:30a ET
• Study: Rates of Symptomatic Children with COVID Are Very Low; "Rolling Hot Spots" in Focus as Midwest Sees Uptick in Infections; Tropical Storm Laura Expected to Slam Gulf Coast as Hurricane; Protests Erupt after Police Shoot Black Man in Front of His Kids; NAACP President, Derrick Johnson, Discusses the Police Shooting of Jacob Blake. Aired 11-11:30a ET
• Colleges Try To Enforce Rules To Curb Cases On Campus; CNN Poll: 60 Percent Of Women In Battleground States Back Biden. Aired 12:30-1p ET
• U.S. Universities Find Spike in COVID-19 Cases; Second Night of Republican National Convention to Air Tonight; Breonna Taylor Protests in Louisville, Kentucky Continue for Fourth Day. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• Trump & Allies Try to Rewrite History on RNC's 1st Night; Dr. Jesse Goodman Discusses Fauci Warning Against Premature Authorization of Vaccine; WSJ: Falwell Resigns as President of Liberty University. Aired 11:30a-12p ET
• Trump Convention Paints Grim Picture Of Democrats' America; RNC Makes Appeal To Black Voters; Thirty-One States See Increasing COVID- 19 Positivity Rates; COVID-19 Indicators Decrease After Summer Surge; Father: Jacob Blake Paralyzed After Being Shot By Police. Aired 12- 12:30p ET
• Average Daily Cases Fall Nearly 21 Percent, Deaths Down Eight Percent; GOP Candidate Spread Conspiracies About Charlottesville, Pizzagate; GOP Paints Alternative Reality Of Trump's Record, Policies. Aired 1-1:30p ET
• Interview With Former FBI Director James Comey; Hurricane Laura Gains Strength It As Barrels Towards Gulf Coast; Update On Coronavirus Responses Around The Country; Convention Highlights Bitter Divide Between Family Members. Aired 1:30-2p ET
• Professor Karen Swallow Prior Discusses Jerry Falwell Jr. Resigning From Liberty University Amid Sex Scandal; Wendell Harris, President, NAACP Waukesha, Wisconsin, Branch, Discusses Jacob Blake Shooting By Police & Protests; The Message From A Family That Lost Two Family Members To COVID-19. Aired 2:30-3p ET


August 24, 2020
• Did Not Air 3-4p ET
• Republican National Convention Sets to Begin; Sentencing Hearing Begins for Christchurch Gunman; Protests After a Black Man was Shot by Police Officer; Bayern Munich Beat Paris Saint-Germain 1-0 in Final; FDA Gave Emergency Approval; Health Experts Dubious of FDA's Decision; RNC Kicks off Monday; Two Storms on its Way to the Gulf Coast; Acres of Land Burnt. Aired 3-4a ET
• Trump Touts Convalescent Plasma as 'Powerful Therapy'; U.S. Gulf Coast Bracing for Two Major Storms; Firefighters Battling Hundreds of California Wildfires; Some Republicans Actively Fighting Reelection Bid; Christchurch Gunman Sentencing Hearing Begins; Mexico Navigates Distance Learning during Outbreak. Aired 12-1a ET
• FDA Gives Emergency Use Authorization for COVID Treatment; U.S. Republican National Convention Takes Place this Week; Trump to Make His Case for a Second Term This Week; U.S. Gulf Coast Bracing for Two Major Storms; Wildfires Scorch More Than a Million Acres in California. Aired 4-4:30a ET
• RNC Kicks Off with Roll Call Vote; Postmaster General Faces Grilling at House Hearing. Aired 10-10:30a ET
• Trump Announces Emergency Authorization Of Plasma; Twin Storms Marco And Laura Barrel Towards U.S. Coast; Belarus Protests Two Weeks In And Unabated; Christchurch Mosque Terrorist On Trial; California Wildfires Rage; Trump Seeks to Pump New Energy into His Reelection Bid; India's Poorest State Facing Both COVID-19 and Flooding; Mexico Navigates Distance Learning during Outbreak; Bayern Munich Win Champions League. Aired 1-2a ET
• California: Thousands Of Firefighters, Hundreds Of Fires; Evidence Global Warming Increases Fire Risk By 50 Percent; Christchurch Mosque Terrorist On Trial; Bayern Munich Takes UEFA Cup; Convalescent Plasma Gets Emergency Use Authorization from FDA; Trump Plans to Appear Every Night at Republican National Convention; Joe Biden Responds to Trump Attacks Before RNC; Two Dangerous Storms Headed to U.S. Gulf Coast. Aired 2-3a ET
• "Never Trump" Republicans Increase Activity; U.S. Republican National Convention Takes Place This Week; Biden and Harris Campaigning, Meeting with Media; Demonstrations Continue Two Weeks After Contested Election in Belarus; Russian Opposition Leader Being Treated at Berlin Hospital; Source: Pompeo to Record Speech from Jerusalem. Aired 4:30-5a ET
• Rep. Jody Hice (R-GA) is Interviewed about Mail-in Voting; Two Storms Heading for the Gulf Coast; Wildfires Destroy Homes in California; Public Transit Could Hurt Essential Workers; Protests In Wisconsin over Shooting. Aired 9:30-10a
• Live Coverage as Postmaster General Louis DeJoy Testifies Before House Oversight and Reform Committee. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• FDA Issues Emergency Authorization for Convalescent Plasma to Treat COVID-19; RNC Kicks Off with Roll Call Vote; Kellyanne Conway Leaving White House to Focus on Family; Twitter flags President Trump's Tweet on Mail-In Voting; Postmaster General Set to Appear Before Oversight Committee Today. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• Trump Speaks After Being Formally Nominated For Second Term. Aired 12:30-1p ET
• First COVID-19 Reinfection Case Confirmed in Hong Kong; Interview with Scripps Research Institute Executive Vice President as White House Proposes Skipping Phase Three Vaccine Trials; RNC to Not Release Party Platform for 2020 Campaign. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• USPS Chief: "Outrageous" To Ask If He Compensated Others For Trump Donations; USPS Chief: "Fully Capable" Of Delivering Ballots On Time; USPS Chief: "No We Do Not" Need More Funding To Deliver Ballots; Trump Formally Nominated For President At Day 1 Of RNC; Trump's Sister Says "He Has No Principles" In Secret Recording. Aired 12-12:30p ET
• GOP Formally Nominates Trump For Re-Election As Convention Starts; New Virus Cases Sink To Lowest Level In Two Months; GOP Convention Begins, Trump Expected To Speak Every Night. Aired 1-1:30p ET
• Police Shoot Black Man In Back At Close Range In Front Of Children; Update On Coronavirus Responses Around The Country; Historic Dual Storms Threatens Louisiana & Texas Coasts; N.Y. A.G. Investigating Trump Finances & Asking For Son To Be Deposed; Kellyanne Conway Leaving White House After Public Family "Drama"; Hospital: Test Results Indicate Russian Opposition Leader Poisoned. Aired 1:30-2p ET
• Interview With Senator Bernie Sanders (I-VT); Penn State Students Demand Virtual Learning After Parties; Police Shoot Black Man In Back At Close Range In Front Of Children; Massive Wildfires Across California. Aired 2:30-3p ET
• Live: Postal Service Hearing; USPS Chief: "I Did Not Direct" Equipment Removal, Cuts to Hours. Aired 11-11:30a ET
• Live: Postal Service Hearing; USPS Chief: "No I Will Not" Put Back Removed Postal Machines; USPS Chief: "Outrageous" To Ask If He Compensated Others For Trump Donations. Aired 11:30a-12p ET


August 23, 2020
• Trump's Sister Bitterly Criticizes Him in Secretly Recorded Audio; Trump Pushes Conspiracy Theories as House Rebukes His Handling of the USPS; Trump to Hold News Conference on "Major Therapeutic Breakthrough"; World Tops 23 Million COVID-19 Cases, U.S. Still Worst Affected with Cases Rising; Russian Opposition Leader in Stable Condition in Berlin Hospital; No End in Sight for Deadly California Wildfires; Universities in 15 U.S. States Report Coronavirus Outbreaks; Argentina Grapples with Covid-19 and a Grim Future; Steve Bannon's "We Build the Wall" Scandal; Protesters in Thailand Demand Monarchy Reform. Aired 12-1a ET
• Trump's Sister Bitterly Criticizes Him In Secretly Recorded Audio; World Tops 23 Million COVID-19 Cases, U.S. Still Worst Affected With Cases Rising; India Announces Three Million Coronavirus Cases; France Sees Surge In COVID-19 Amid Struggle To Enforce Mask Laws; Russian Opposition Leader In Stable Condition In Berlin Hospital; Trump Pushes Conspiracy Theories As House Rebukes His Handling Of The USPS; No End In Sight For Deadly California Wildfires. Aired 1-1:30a ET
• World Tops 23 Million COVID-19 Cases, U.S. Still Worst Affected With Cases Rising; Trump's Sister Bitterly Criticizes Him In Secretly Recorded Audio; India Announces Three Million Coronavirus Cases; Trump To Hold News Conference On "Major Therapeutic Breakthrough"; Russian Opposition Leader In Stable Condition In Berlin Hospital; No End In Sight For Deadly California Wildfires; Trump Pushes Conspiracy Theories As House Rebukes His Handling Of The USPS. Aired 2-2:30a ET
• Trump's Sister Bitterly Criticizes Him In Secretly Recorded Audio; Trump Pushes Conspiracy Theories As House Rebukes His Handling Of The USPS; Trump To Hold News Conference On "Major Therapeutic Breakthrough"; India Announces Three Million Coronavirus Cases; France Sees Surge In COVID-19 Amid Struggle To Enforce Mask Laws; No End In Sight For Deadly California Wildfires; Tensions Remain High In Portland After Nearly 90 Days Of Protests. Aired 3-4a ET
• Trump Pushes Conspiracy Theories As House Rebukes His Handling Of The USPS; Trump's Sister Bitterly Criticizes Him In Secretly Recorded Audio; Trump To Hold News Conference On "Major Therapeutic Breakthrough"; World Tops 23 Million COVID-19 Cases, U.S. Still Worst Affected With Cases Rising; France Sees Surge In COVID-19 Amid Struggle To Enforce Mask Laws; Universities In 15 U.S. States Report Coronavirus Outbreaks; No End In Sight For Deadly California Wildfires; Russian Opposition Leader In Stable Condition In Berlin Hospital. Aired 4-5a ET
• Trump Pushes Conspiracy Theories As House Rebukes His Handling Of The USPS; Trump To Hold News Conference On "Major Therapeutic Breakthrough"; Trump's Sister Bitterly Criticizes Him In Secretly Recorded Audio; No End In Sight For Deadly California Wildfires; France Sees Surge In COVID-19 Amid Struggle To Enforce Mask Laws; Russian Opposition Leader In Stable Condition In Berlin Hospital; Companies Worry Remote Working Burnout Could Hit Their Bottom Line. Aired 5-6a ET
• Trump Accuses FDA As Part Of Deep State; Trump's Misleading Tweet On Mail Boxes Not COVID-Safe; Republican National Convention Kicks Off On Monday; Trump Gets Criticized By His Sister; Convalescent Plasma Gets Nod From FDA. Aired 5-6p ET
• Dual Storms Headed For Gulf Coast; Donald Trump's Sister On Secret Audio Recordings; Trump's Major Therapeutic Breakthrough; More Universities Move To Online Classes After Students Test Positive; Deadly California Wildfires Burn More Than One Million Acres; Outrage And Protests Continue Against Belarus Vote; Biden On Harris: I Didn't Feel Pressure To Select A Black Woman. Aired 2-3p ET
• Trump's Sister Bitterly Criticizes Him In Conversations Secretly Recorded By Their Niece, Mary Trump; Marco Strengthens To Category 1 Hurricane, Takes Aim At Gulf Coast; Deadly California Wildfires Burn More Than One Million Acres. Aired 3-4p ET
• Trump to Hold Coronavirus Briefing Over Possible New Treatment; Trump Claims Ballot Drop Boxes are Unsafe; Trump's Sister Bitterly Criticizes Him in Secret Recordings; Republican National Convention Rolls Out Tomorrow. Aired 4-5p ET


August 22, 2020
• Alexei Navalny Taken to Germany for Treatment; CDC Chief: Expect U.S. Death Rate to Start Dropping; European Countries Report Spike in COVID-19 Cases; Beijing Removes Mask Mandate for Outdoors; Kim Jong-un Delegating Some Powers to Sister; Democratic National Convention Filled with Personal Stories; What to Expect from Republican Convention. Aired 2-2:45a ET
• Alexei Navalny Taken to Germany for Treatment; CDC Chief: Expect U.S. Death Rate to Start Dropping; Beijing Removes Mask Mandate for Outdoors; Family Loses Daughter and Faith in Beirut Blast; Fighting Disinformation Surrounding U.S. Election. Aired 3-3:30a ET
• Model Warns U.S. Could See 2K Daily Deaths by December; U.S. Postmaster General Denies He's Trying to Rig Election; What to Expect from Republican Convention; Alexei Navalny Taken to Germany for Treatment; European Countries Report Spike in COVID-19 Cases; Two Tropical Storms Threaten U.S. Gulf Coast; Trump's Hold on Iowa May Be in Jeopardy; Actor Lori Loughlin Sentenced to Prison. Aired 4-5a ET
• House of Representative to Vote on Bill Stopping Operational Changes at and Providing Funding to U.S. Postal Service; Rep. James Clyburn (D-SC) Interviewed on House Bill on U.S. Postal Service and 2020 Democratic Policy Platform; Homes Evacuated as Large Wildfires Devastate Northern California; WNBA Players Association President Nneka Ogwumike Interviewed on New Contract Negotiations; Democratic Presidential Candidate Joe Biden States He Would Shut Economy Back Down if Advised by Scientists; Some Names of Speakers at Republican National Convention Released. Aired 10-11a ET
• Model Warns U.S. Could See 2K Daily Deaths by December; Bannon and Trump Have Spoken in Recent Weeks; What to Expect from Republican Convention; California Wildfires; Alexei Navalny Taken to Germany for Treatment; European Countries Report Spike in COVID-19 Cases; Steve Bannon's "We Build the Wall" Scandal; Liverpool Grapples with Historic Ties to U.S. Confederacy. Aired 5-6a ET
• House Votes On $25 Billion Postal Bill In Rare Saturday Session; FAU Football Team Pauses Practices After Players Test Positive; Key Model Predicts 310,000 Deaths In U.S. By December; Interview With Rep. Eleanor Holmes-Norton (D), Washington D.C.; Nearly One Million Acres Burned In Deadly California Wildfires; Tropical Storms Laura And Marco Threaten Gulf Coast; Putin Critic Moved To German Hospital In Coma; Family Loses Daughter And Faith In Their Country's Government. Aired 11a-12p ET
• House Of Representatives To Vote On Bill Stopping Operational Changes At And Providing Funding To U.S. Postal Service; President Trump Accuses FDA Of Delaying Vaccine For COVID-19; Positivity Rate For Coronavirus Remains Low In New York; Former Chess Champion Garry Kasparov Interviewed On Alleged Poisoning Of Russian Opposition Leader To Vladimir Putin; Schools Undertaking Protocols To Deal With Coronavirus As They Reopen. Aired 2-3p ET
• Soon: House Votes On $258B Postal Bill In Rare Saturday Session; Speaker Pelosi Addresses House Vote On USPS Changes; White House Threatens To Veto Democrats' $258 Postal Service Bill; Trump Accuses FDA Of Delaying Vaccine Until After Election; Bannon Faces Fraud Charges In Border Wall Fundraising Campaign. Aired 12-1p ET
• Key Model Predicts 310,000 Deaths In U.S. By December; White House Threatens To Veto Democrats' $25B Postal Service Bill; NAACP Sues Postmaster General Over Mail Delays Ahead Of Election; California Firefighters Struggle To Contain 500-Plus Wildfires; Tropical Storms Laura & Marco Threaten Gulf Coast; Former Green Beret Accused Of Giving Secrets To Russia; Outrage Against Government Continues In Belarus. Aired 1-2p ET
• Soon: House Votes To Pause Postal Service Changes Amid Trump Attacks; Biden On Trump Calling Harris Nasty And Mad Woman: No President Has Ever Said Anything Like That; New Research Shows Risk Of Catching COVID-19 On Airplane Relatively Low; Nursing Home Installs "Hugging Booth" For Visitors; New Hampshire Restaurants Allowed To Return To 100 Percent Capacity For Indoor Dining; California Firefighters Struggle To Contain 500-Plus Wildfires. Aired 3-4p ET
• Trump Accuses Some In FDA Of Being Part Of "Deep State"; Soon: House Votes To Pause Postal Service Changes Amid Trump Attacks; Sean Penn: This Country Can Be Testing All of Its Citizens; Police Declare Riot Outside Portland's North Precinct; Arizona Man Tuned Out "Political Pandemic" Until He Got Sick. Aired on 4-5p ET
• Millions Of Americans Could Soon Be At Risk Of Losing Homes; Soon: House Votes To Pause Postal Service Changes Amid Trump Attacks; Colleges In At Least 19 States See Outbreaks On Campus; Steve Bannon Charged With Fraud In Border Wall Fundraising Campaign; Interview With Rep. Marilyn Maloney (D-NY); Former DHS Adviser Issues Warning Over Trump's National Security Knowledge. Aired 5-6p ET
• House Voting To Pause Postal Service Changes Amid Trump Attacks; Trump In Overdrive To Produce A Blockbuster R.N.C. That Outshines Democrats; COVID-19 Outbreaks Hit Universities In At Least 19 States. Aired 6-7p ET


August 21, 2020
• Did Not Air 12-1a ET
• Did Not Air 1-2a ET
• Did Not Air 2-3a ET
• Did Not Air 3-4p ET
• Joe Biden Ready to Face Trump; Trump Expected to Retaliate; Russian Critic Fighting for His Life; In-Person Learning Still Not Advisable; Biden Accepts Democratic Nomination For United States President; Military Veteran Backs Biden, Rips Trump; The USPS Crisis And The 2020 Election; Steve Bannon Charged With Fraud; U.S. Senators To Hear From Postmaster General DeJoy; WHO, Daily New COVID-19 Cases In Europe Rise To 26,000; Australian Quarantine Hotels Linked To Coronavirus Outbreak; California Wildfires Burning Thousands Of Acres. Aired 3-4a ET
• Postmaster General Faces Questions About Post Office Changes. Aired 10-10:30a ET
• Joe Biden Accepts Democratic Nomination at Revamped DNC; Democrats Attempt to Energize Voters Ahead of Election; Putin Critic Alexey Navalny in Coma After Alleged Poisoning; Officials Fear Downward COVID-19 Case Trend Only Temporary; Studies Show Kids are More Affected that Previously Thought. Aired 4-4:30a ET
• Biden Accepts Democratic Nomination for U.S. President; Biden's Former Rival Speak on His Behalf at DNC Thursday; Trump's Fired Chief Strategist Charged with Fraud; New Zealand Prime Minister Pushes Back on Trump's Big Outbreak Claim; Democratic National Convention Highlights. Aired 4:30-5a ET
• Postmaster General Grilled On Capitol Hill Over Service Changes; Trump Assails Mail-In Voting; Pence Questioned About QAnon Conspiracy Theorists. Aired 12:30-1p ET
• Postmaster General Faces Grilling on Capitol Hill. Aired 9- 9:30a ET
• Postmaster General Faces Grilling Over Post Office Changes; USPS Chief: "Will Remain Independent" Despite Close Ties to Trump, RNC. Aired 9:30-10a ET.
• Interview with Former CDC Director Tom Frieden; Interview with Rep. Joaquin Castro (D-TX); Steve Bannon Calls Charges Political Hit Job. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• Postmaster General Faces Grilling over Post Office Changes. Aired 11-11:30a ET
• Postmaster General Faces Grilling Over Post Office Changes; USPS Chief: "Will Remain Independent" Despite Close Ties to Trump, RNC. Aired 10:30-11a ET.
• CDC Director Warns to Stay Vigilant as Cases Decrease; Pence Says Cases Were Declining Until Memorial Day; Pence: Suspending Travel from China "Bought Us Time"; White House Declares Teachers Essential Workers; Biden's Virtual Champaign Challenge; Lieutenant General Mandela Barnes (D-WI) Discusses Biden Campaign, Wisconsin Missing the Spotlight with Campaign Events in Delaware. Aired 11:30a-12p ET
• College Campuses In At Least 19 States Reporting COVID-19 Cases; Georgia District Considers Hybrid Learning At Schools Hit Hard By COVID; CDC Group Projects 195,000 U.S. Coronavirus Deaths By September 12th; Joe Biden Calls For Unity, Urges Americans To Choose Hope Over Fear; Joe Biden Won't Hit Campaign Trial In A Traditional Way. Aired 12-12:30p ET
• CDC Now Forecasts 195,000 U.S. COVID Deaths by September 12; Postmaster Denies He Changed USPS Policies over Election Mail; Pence Claims, We Dismiss Conspiracies, as Trump Peddles Conspiracies. Aired 1-1:30p ET
• Interview with Miles Taylor, Former DHS Chief of Staff; Lawmakers Demand More Accurate County of N.Y. Nursing Home Deaths. Aired 1:30-2p ET
• Steve Bannon Calls Arrest a "Political Hit Job" from the Left; Bannon Tells Friends He & Trump Speak from Time to Time; Skeptical Progressives React to Biden's Convention; Trump Says Democrats Held Darkest, Angriest, Gloomiest Convention in American History; CNN Special Report Examines Gender Equality in 2020 America; Lori Loughlin & Husband Sentenced in College Admissions Scandal. Aired 2:30-3p ET


August 20, 2020
• Did Not Air 12-1a ET
• Did Not Air 1-2a ET
• Did Not Air 3-4p ET
• Kamala Harris Makes History As Vice Presidential Nominee; Obama, No Single American Can Fix This Country Alone; Democrats Contrast Biden's Character With Trump's; New Evacuations As Lightning- Strikes Fires Ravage California; Australia's Quarantine Hotels Lead To Outbreak. Coronavirus Cases In Latin America And The Caribbean; Democrats in Unison; Kamala Harris Right to Become V.P.; Kremlin's Critic Hospitalized; In-Person Learning Not Advisable; Dr. Fauci Says Slowly but Surely. Aired 3-4a ET
• Did Not Air 2-3a ET
• Ex-Trump Adviser Steve Bannon Arrested for Allegedly Defrauding Hundreds of Thousands of People in Build The Wall Scheme; U.S. Official Warns to Keep Guard Up as Cases Decline Across U.S.; Joe Biden to Accept Nomination for President Tonight. Aired 10-10:30a ET
• Kamala Harris Makes History as Vice Presidential Nominee; Obama Delivers Scathing Rebuke of Trump; Democrats Contrast Biden's Character with Trumps; Kremlin Critic in Hospital After Suspected Poisoning; Some U.S. Universities Scrambling to Contain Outbreak; Fauci: Health Measures Needed Without Effective Vaccine. Aired 4-4:30a ET
• Obama Talks up a Biden Presidency in Convention Speech; Gun Violence a Major Theme on Night Three of the Democratic Convention; Gabby Giffords Gives Emotional Speech on Gun Violence; Russian Opposition Leader Hospitalized, Poisoning Suspected; COVID-19 Cases Spike in Germany, France, Italy and Spain; Highlights from Democratic Vice President Nominee's Big Night. Aired 4:30-5a ET
• Sen. Mark Warner (D-VA) is Interviewed on Russia; AAP Updates is Guidance for Schools; Steven Bannon Indicted; Russian Opposition Leader Hospitalized. Aired 9:30-10a
• Russia to Publish Vaccine Data as Cases Surge in South Korea and Europe; Trump Thanks Conspiracy Group QAnon For Support; Dr. Anthony Fauci in Hospital Following Vocal Cord Surgery. Aired 10:30- 11a ET
• Trump Embraces QAnon Conspiracy Group Because "They Like Me"; DNC lineup Draws Complaints That It Features Too Few Latinos; Virginia Launches Smartphone App To Trace COVID-19 Spread. Aired 12:30-1p ET
• President Donald Trump On GOP-Led Committee's Russia Meddling Report "Witch Hunt"; President Donald Trump: Ex-Adviser Bannon's Fraud Arrest A "Sad Event"; Clinton, Obama, Harris Rally The Vote At Democratic Convention; Tonight: Joe Biden Delivers Speech As Democratic Nominee; Testing Czar Warns To Keep Guard Up As Cases Decline Across U.S. Aired 12-12.30p ET
• Schools and Colleges Struggle to Reopen Amid Coronavirus Pandemic; Admiral Brett Giroir Warns to Keep Guard Up as Cases Decline Across the U.S.; Kamala Harris Accepts Historic VP Nomination; White House Taskforce Warns of "Expanding" Community Spread in Georgia; Georgia Governor Defends COVID-19 Response Amid Growing Criticism; New York City to Lift More Restrictions As Infection Positivity Rate Hits New Low. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• Florida Hearing Under Way to Determine School Reopenings; Steve Bannon to Appear in Court Soon; President Trump to Hold Scranton, PA Event Tonight. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• Harris Becomes First Woman of Color on a Major Party Ticket; Obama Gives Dire Warning about U.S. Democracy in Rebuke of Trump; Dr. Edith Bracho-Sanchez Discusses Her Public Plea for All Schools to Mandate the Flu Shot; Trump Takes Question Before Leaving for Campaign Event. Aired 11:30a-12p ET
• Every 60 Seconds, 1,300+ Americans Reported Dead over Past Day; Trump's Ex-Adviser Bannon Arrested on Built The Wall Fraud Charge; CNN Reports, Trump Hell-Bent on Making GOP Convention Different Than Democrats. Aired 1-1:30p ET
• Trump Praises Conspiracy Group Deemed a Terror Threat by FBI; Updates on Coronavirus Responses from Around the Country; Pedro Pierluisi, (PNP), Puerto Rico Gubernatorial Candidate, Discusses Former DHS Official's Claim Trump Wanted to Trade Puerto Rico for Greenland. Aired 1:30-2p ET
• Los Angeles Shuts Off Power at Mansion that Hosted Big Parties; Reports Observe Crowds: Most Don't Follow Makes Rules; Russian Opposition Leader Alexey Navalny Hospitalized after Suspected Poisoning; GOP Sen. Bill Cassidy Tests Positive for Virus; Postmaster General to Appear Before Senate Republicans on Monday; Utah Students, Teachers Who Refuse Masks May Be Charged. Aired 2:30-3p ET
• Soon, Trump Expected to Face Reporters after Steven Bannon Arrest; U.S. Official: Positive Trend Could Change if Americans "Aren't Careful"; Fauci Has Surgery for Vocal Cord Polyp; Dr. Birx Recommends Colleges Conduct "Surge Testing" for COVID-19; Colleges Struggle to Reopen as Clusters Pop Up on Campuses; Dr. Lee Norman, Secretary, Kansas Department of Health and Environment, Discuses Struggling Colleges, Surge Testing, Health Officials Investigating 5 COVID Clusters at Kansas Universities; Ex-Trump Adviser Steve Bannon Arrested; Trump Embraces Baseless QAnon Theory, Says Its Backers "Like Me". Aired 11-11:30a ET


August 19, 2020
• Did Not Air 12-1a ET
• Did Not Air 1-2a ET
• Did Not Air 3-4p ET
• Did Not Air 2-3a ET
• Democrats Formally Nominate Joe Biden For President; AOC Endorses Bernie Sanders, Praises Progressive Movement; Jill Biden Endorses Husband Joe In Emotional Speech; Victoria Coronavirus Outbreak Tied To Quarantine Hotels; Mali's President Forced From Power; Belarus Election Crisis As Factory Workers Protests Threaten Regime; Joe Biden Finally Got the Nomination; Joe Biden and President Trump on Opposite Poles; Pandemic Silenced Classrooms; Bipartisan Senate Confirms Russia Collusion; USPS Postmaster General Change Course; Schools Reopening and Closing. Aired 3-4a ET
• Joe Biden Officially Trump's Challenger; Democratic Leaders Rally Around Biden, Slam Trump; Jill Biden Praises Her Husband, Never Mentions Trump; Postal Service Backs Down on Changes Ahead of Election; Trump: Mail-In Voting May Lead to Rigged Election; Senate Report Details 2016 Trump Campaign Contacts with Russia; U.S. Covid-19 Cases Down 10 Percent from Last Week; Schools Struggling with Return to In-Person Classes. Aired 4-4:30a ET
• CNN Poll Shows Trump's Pandemic Approval Drops to 38 Percent; Kamala Harris, Hillary Clinton, Barack Obama Headline Night 3; Florida Teachers Union Lawsuit Against Gov. Ron DeSantis (R-FL) is Back in Court Today After Mediation Falls Apart. Aired 10-10:30a ET
• Florida Teachers Union Lawsuit Against Governor DeSantis Is Back In Court Today After Meditation Falls Apart; Postal Service Backs Off Changes; Critics Say Damage Is Done; At Least 20 Democrat Attorney General Announce Plans To Sue USPS Over Changes They Say Disrupted Mail Service; Home Important Chains Report Sharp Sales Increases Amid Pandemic; Belarus Opposition Urges EU Not To Recognize "Fraudulent" Election. Aired 9.30-10a ET
• Biden Officially Becomes Democratic Presidential Nominee; Ocasio-Cortez Highlights Progressive Movement in Speech; Some Criticize for Lack of Latino Representation; Jill Biden Makes Case for Her Husband in DNC Speech; Mali's New Military Leaders Promise Election; Opposition Leader in Belarus Calls on Europe to Not Recognize Election; Lebanon to Impose Lockdown After Surge in Cases; Highlights of Biden's Presidential Nomination Night. Aired 4:30-5a ET
• The COVID Test Positivity Rate Is Down National At Just Over 7 Percent; Notre Dame University Suspending In-Person Classes For At Least Two Weeks; Bill Clinton Took On President Trump In A Way We Haven't Heard Before; Joe Biden Now Officially The Democratic Nominee For President. Aired 11-11:30a ET
• New Poll Shows a Drop in Americans Willing to Get Vaccine; Colleges Forced to Change Plans as Virus Cases Jump; University of Illinois Launches Rigorous Saliva-Based Testing Strategy; Kamala Harris, Hillary Clinton, Barack Obama Headline DNC Night 3; More Students in Florida Forced to Quarantine Over COVID-19. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• CNN Poll: 56% Say They Would Take COVID Vaccine If It Existed; Dr. Eric Toner Discusses John Hopkins Study Recommending Who Should Get Vaccine 1st; Attorney General Mark Herring (D-VA) Discusses 20 States Planning to Sue Postmaster General, Trump Claiming Mail-In Voting Leads to Fraud, Suggestion Election re-do; Update on Coronavirus Responses Around the World; Target Sees Largest Growth in Company History. Aired 11:30a-12p ET
• Trump Urges Boycott Of Goodyear; Boston Still Undecided On School Reopening Plans. Aired 12:30-1p ET
• U.S. Army Confirms Oleandrin Shows no Efficacy in Lab; Interview with Former Ebola Czar Ron Klain; Laura Loomer Wins Republican Congressional Primary. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• WHO To Young People: You Are Not Invincible; Multiple Colleges Halt In-Person Classes Amid Spike In Cases; Gov. Andrew Cuomo (D-NY) Says, New York Gyms Can Reopen Monday, Many Delayed Until September. Aired 1-1:30p ET
• Update On Coronavirus Responses Around The Country; Mismanaged Quarantine Hotels Led To Australian Second Wave; GOP-Led Panel Blows Hole In Trump's "Hoax" Claim Of Russia Probe; Sen. Sherrod Brown (D- OH) Discusses Trump Urging Supporters To Boycott Goodyear, Concerns Over Trump Accepting Election Results If He Loses, Trump Opposition To Mail-In Ballots. Aired 1:30-2p ET
• Trump's Long History Of Urging Boycotts And Firings; Lebron James, Lakers Wear MAGA-Like Hats With Breonna Taylor Message; Multiple Colleges Halt In-Person Classes Amid Surge In Cases; Dr. Phillip Coule Discusses Nurse Who Cared For COVID Patients Who Died From Virus. Aired 2:30-3p ET
• Death Trending Up In 15 States Versus Last Week; At Least Eight States Have Colleges With Reported COVID Cases; Outbreaks At Colleges As Students Return To Campuses; Joe Biden Gets Nomination Through Virtual Roll Call; Former President Obama To Give Striking Speech Tonight. Aired 12-12:30p ET
• COVID-19 Disrupts Traditional Election Expectations; Louis DeJoy Suspends Postal Service Changes; Insurance Companies Deny Restaurants' Claims. Aired 10:30-11a ET


August 18, 2020
• Did Not Air 12-1a ET
• Did Not Air 1-2a ET
• Did Not Air 3-4p ET
• Democrats Kicks Off Their Unconventional Convention; John Kasich Won't Leave His Party; Something Fishy Going on in USPS; Father's Death Blamed on Trump; Disobedience Have Ramifications; Opening Night Of Democratic Convention Is A Call For Unity; Democrats Take Aim At Trump In Convention Opener; Democrats Hold Moment Of Silence For George Floyd; New Zealand Reports 13 New Cases After Election Delayed; European Countries Tighten Restrictions As Cases Rise; The Battle For Belarus; Naval Tensions In The South China Sea. Aired 3-4a ET
• Michelle Obama Rallies Democrats; Sanders: Price of Failure Too Great to Imagine; Michelle Obama: Trump is the Wrong President for Our Country; Republican John Kasich Urges His Party to Abandon Trump; Democrats Slam Trump's Response to COVID-19 Pandemic; COVID-19 the Third Most Common Cause of Death in U.S.; Major U.S. University Switches to Remote Learning; U.S. Approves Emergency Use of Saliva- Based Test; Outcry Forces U.K. Government U-Turn on Exam Policy. Aired 4-4:30a ET
• Study Suggests Coronavirus can Spread via Dust Particles like Flu; Jill Biden, Bill Clinton to Headline Democratic Convention Tonight; Student Push for Tuition Cuts as University Classes Move Online. Aired 10-10:30a ET
• George Floyd Remembered at Democratic Convention; Trumps Aggressive Response to Protests Condemned at DNC; Sanders Calls on Democrats to Unite and Defeat Trump; Democrats Take Air at Trump in Convention Opener; Strongman Lukashenko Under Pressure to Resign in Belarus. Aired 4:30-5a ET
• 36 States Hold Steady or Decline, Virus Deaths Hover at 1,000 Per Day; MyPillow Creator Says, Trump Enthusiastic over Unproven Therapeutic. Aired 1-1:30p ET
• Universities Opening Remotely Refusing Fee Adjustments; Senate Intelligence Committee Releases Final Volume of Russia Report; New Zealand Prime Minister Responds to Trump Comments. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• Postmaster to Testify; Thousands without Power in Iowa; Retailers Report Higher Earnings; Arizona Man Ignored Pandemic Threat; Belarus Election Protests. Aired 9:30-10a
• Study Suggests Coronavirus Can Spread Via Dust Particles Like Flu; Blacks, Latinos Only Small Percentage of Moderna Vaccine Trial; Three Florida School Districts Report Students Under Quarantine; Michelle Obama Kicks Off DNC with Fierce Trump Take-Down; New Batch of Studies Gives Insight Into How Much Immunity People Develop After a Coronavirus Infection; U.S. Death Toll Tops 170,000; Several Schools See Outbreaks After Reopening for In-Person Classes. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• New Study Finds Possible COVID-19 Flight Transmission; Interview with The Daily Tar Heel Opinion Editor; Follow-up After Mike Lindell Interview Confirms No Phase One or Two Oleandrin Studies. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• Interview With Mike Lindell, MyPillow CEO & Founder; MyPillow Creator: Trump Enthusiastic Over Unproven Therapeutic; Dr. Jake Deutsch Discusses Trump Backing Oleandrin, CNN Interview With Mike Lindell; Update On Coronavirus Responses Across The Country; Attorney Anthony Rupp Discusses Judge's Upcoming Decision On Allowing Couple To Have 175-Guest Wedding; Trump Fires Back At Michelle Obama's Convention Speech: She's In Over Her Head. Aired 1:30-2p ET
• Trump: Only Way We Lose Election Is If It's Rigged, May Have To Redo Election Due To Mail-In Ballots; Interview With Rep. Karen Bass (D-CA); Georgia Man Just Released From Hospital After Three-Month Coronavirus Battle; Wuhan Hosts Massive Water Park Party As COVID Concerns Recede; Surge In COVID Cases In France Leads To More Restrictions; Cristina Jimenez, Co-Founder & Executive Director, United We Dream, Discusses Warning For Democrats Of "Potential Slide Of Latino Support". Aired 2:30-3p ET
• Democrats Take Aim at Trump in Convention, "Uniting America"; Potential Super Spreader Events at U.S. Colleges; Father's Death Due to COVID-19 Blamed on Trump. Aired 2-3a ET


August 17, 2020
• Did Not Air 3-4p ET
• Mock Obituary Made a Change; All Eyes to Scotland; Japan's Economy Bleeding from a Pandemic; Unemployment Benefit Came Too Late; Joe Biden's Number One Supporter; Democrats Ringing Alarm Bells on USPS; DNC Kicks Off Monday; FDA Gives Go Signal to a Quicker Test; Countries Dealing with a Second Wave; Face-to-Face School Not Safe. Aired 3-4a ET
• Trump Pushes Unproven Claims about Mail-in Voting; Pelosi Calls for House to Return to Address Postal Service; Democratic Convention to Consist of Virtual Events; New Zealand Delays Election Until October 17 Due to Virus; Democratic Leaders to Tackle Pressing Issues Facing U.S.; Tends of Thousands Demand President of Belarus Resign; South Korea Orders Church Members to Get Tested; Japan's Economy Posts Biggest Contraction on Record; Tijuana's Red-Light District Bustling with U.S. Tourists. Aired 12-1a ET
• Postal Service Fight Brews as Democrats Hold Convention; Pelosi Will Call House Back into Session this Week; Mostly Virtual Democratic Convention Set to Kick Off; Trump Pushes Unproven Claims About Mail-In Voting; Arizona Sees Signs of Progress, Concern in Virus Fight; Latin America and the Caribbean Top 6 Million Cases; New Zealand Delays Election, Reports Nine New Cases; New COVID-19 Cases Spike in Some European Countries. Aired 4-4:30a ET
• World Resurgence Of COVID-19; USPS To Be Addressed By The Hill; 150 To 170,000 In 18 Days: COVID's U.S. Death March; DNC Goes Virtual Tonight; Peru Ahead Of Mexico With Virus; Belarus Protests Grow; South Korea Warns of Massive Recurrence of Cases; Japan's Economy Posts Biggest Contraction on Record in Q2; Schools in Scotland Reopening with New Safeguards; School Nurses Prepare for Fight against COVID-19; U.S. Football Star Makes History with Clutch Goal. Aired 1-2a ET
• Trump Holds Event in Wisconsin as Democrats Kick off Convention; Vaccine Trials have been Slow to Recruit Black and Latino People; Postal Workers Express Growing Concerns over Trump Administration's New Policies. Aired 10-10:30a ET
• Democratic National Convention Kicks Off Soon; How Obama May Persuade Some Voters to Pick Biden; Tens of Thousands of Demonstrator in Belarus Demand New Election; Japan's Economy Posts Biggest Contraction on Record in Q2; South Korea Warns of Possible Massive Recurrence; Tijuana's Red-Light District Bustling with U.S. Tourists; School Nurses Prepare for Fight Against COVID-19. Aired 4:30-5a ET
• New CNN 2020 Polls; Democratic National Convention Kicks off Tonight; LA Schools Launch Testing and Tracing; Positivity Rate Falls in Texas; Homicides Spike since Late Spring. Aired 9:30-10a
• Trump Holds Event in Wisconsin as Dems Kick Off Convention; Nancy Pelosi Calls for House to Return Early from Recess for USPS Vote; Video Shows Packed Private Party Near a Georgia College Campus; States Mull Legal Action Against White House Over USPS; Democrats Ramp Up Postal Service Investigation; A New CNN Poll Shows Race Tightening Between Trump And Biden Ahead of Democratic Convention. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• Democratic National Convention Begins Tonight; Schools Set to Reopen in Arizona, Texas and Florida; Live Coverage of Trump Press Conference. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• Speaker Nancy Pelosi Brings House Early from Recess to Work on USPS Bill; President Trump Against Funding USPS; Democratic National Conventions to Kick Off Monday Virtually; FDA Authorizes Emergency Use of Saliva Testing. Aired 2-3a ET
• Trump Issues New Statements on Coronavirus Today; Operation Warp Speed Enrolling Insufficient Number of Black and Latino Participants; House to Return From Recess Early for Postal Service Relief Legislation. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• COVID-19 Now The Number Three Cause Of Death In The U.S.; Democrats Call On FBI To Investigate Postal Service Over Potential Crimes; Uproar As Large, Unmasked Crowds Gather Near Alabama Campus. Aired 1-1:30p ET
• Mayor Walt Maddox (D) Of Tuscaloosa Discusses Crowded Bars, People Gathering With No Masks, No Social Distancing & Tuscaloosa Football Season; Teacher Goes To Extremes To Protect Son Who Is Battling Cancer; Rep. Cedric Richmond (D-LA) Discusses CNN Poll Showing Tightening Race Between Trump And Biden, Postmaster General Agreeing To Testify Before Congress, Democrats Asking For FBI Investigation; Sharon Stone Blames Anti-Maskers For Sister's Hospitalization. Aired 1:30-2p ET
• Dr. Asma Rashid Discusses Wealthy Hosts Paying Medical Personnel To Administer Rapid Tests To Posh Party Guests; Trump Drops More "Two Weeks" Promises After Others Go Unfulfilled; CNN Poll Shows Tightening Race Between Trump And Biden; Update On Coronavirus Responses Around The World; U.S. Intel Indicates Iran Paid Bounties To Taliban to Target U.S. Troops. Aired 2:30-3p ET


August 16, 2020
• Robert Trump, Younger Brother of President Trump, Dies at 71; World Health Organization Reports Record Number of New Coronavirus Infections; CDC Acknowledges Kids Do Spread COVID-19; Trump Shifts Blame to Democrats for USPS Problems; Biden and Harris Prepare for Democratic National Convention; Protests Continue in Belarus. Aired 12-1a ET
• Robert Trump, Younger Brother of President Trump Dead at 71; Record Number of New COVID-19 Cases; CDC Acknowledges Kids Do Spread COVID-19; Biden and Harris Prepare for Democratic National Convention; Officers Injured in Chicago Protests; Protests Continue in Belarus; France Steps Up Efforts to Fight COVID-19; Protesters in Bolivia Cry Out as Country Is Hit by Dual Crises; Duke Researchers Find Best Masks. Aired 2-3a ET
• Robert Trump, Younger Brother Of President Trump, Dies At 71; WHO Reports Record Number Of New Coronavirus Infections; CDC Acknowledges Kids Do Spread COVID-19; Trump Shifts Blame To Democrats For USPS Problems; Biden And Harris Prepare For Democratic National Convention; Protests Continue In Belarus; France Steps Up Efforts To Fight COVID-19; Japan Struggles To Keep COVID-19 Numbers Down Without Lockdown; Duke Researchers Find Best Masks. Aired 3-4a ET
• WHO Reports Record Number of New Coronavirus Infections; Robert Trump, Younger Brother Of President Trump, Dies At 71; CDC Acknowledges Kids Do Spread COVID-19; Trump Shifts Blame To Democrats For USPS Problems; Biden And Harris Prepare For Democratic National Convention; France Steps Up Efforts To Fight COVID-19; Protesters In Bolivia Cry Out As Country Is Hit By Dual Crises; Arizona Republicans Abandon Trump. Aired 4-5a ET
• Trump Shifts Blame To Democrats For USPS Problems; Robert Trump, Younger Brother Of President Trump, Dies At 71; Biden And Harris Prepare For Democratic National Convention; CDC Acknowledges Kids Do Spread COVID-19; Georgia Governor Finally Allows Mask Mandates But Not At Polling Places; France Steps Up Efforts To Fight COVID-19; Indian Patients See Increase In Mental Health Issues Post-COVID; Major Oil Spill In Indian Ocean Declared Forbidden Zone; Protests Continue In Belarus. Aired 5-6a ET
• Trump Stokes Voting Crisis With Attacks On Mail-In Ballots; Dems Demand Postmaster General Testify On August 24; Interview With Rep. Ro Khanna (D-CA); Harris On Trump's Birther Attacks: They're Going To Engage In Lies; U.S. Nears 170,000 Death Toll, As CDC Issues Ominous Fall Warning; Some Arizona Republicans Organize To Defeat Trump In November. Aired 2-3p ET
• Trump Stokes Voting Crisis With Attacks On Mail-In Ballots; Virtual Democratic National Convention Begins Tomorrow; Study Shows Which Masks Work Best, Which Don't Work At All; Ballot Drop Boxes; Biden's Vice Presidential Pick. Aired 4-5p ET
• Virtual Democratic Convention To Kick Off As Trump Tries To Distract; Georgia Governor Says Cities Can Mandate Masks, But With Several Limitations; NCAA Medical Adviser Says We Are Not Ready To Open Fall Sports. Aired 3-4p ET


August 15, 2020
• U.S. Coronavirus Cases Top 5.3 Million, over 168K Deaths; Travelers from France Must Quarantine on Arrival in U.K.; Dozens of Belarus Riot Police Drop Shields, Embrace Protesters; Critics Question Trump's Influence on USPS; Trump Orders TikTok Parent Company to Divest U.S. Interest. Aired 3-3:30a ET
• Protesters Demonstrate Outside Postmaster General's Home over Policies Reducing Efficiency of U.S. Postal Service which May Affect 2020 Mail-In Ballots; Long Lines Form in Atlanta for Food Banks; Millions Face Evictions and Food Insecurity as Government Aid Due to Coronavirus Halts; Experts Criticize Testing Capacity in U.S.; Sen. Kamala Harris (D-CA) Gives First Interview as Democratic Vice Presidential Nominee; President Trump Questions Kamala Harris's Eligibility for Vice Presidential Nomination; Officer Saves Infant Who Was Not Breathing; Special Examines History of U.S. Electoral College. Aired 10-11a ET
• Critics Question Trump's Influence On USPS; Travelers From France Must Quarantine On Arrival In U.K.; U.S. Coronavirus Cases Top 5.3 Million, Over 168K Deaths; Schools Grapple With How To Safely Reopen; Dozens Of Belarus Riot Police Drop Shields, Embrace Protesters; Trump Won't Disavow Racist Attack On Kamala Harris. Aired 4-5a ET
• U.S. Coronavirus Cases Top 5.3 Million, over 168K Deaths; Critics Question Trump's Influence on USPS; Trump Won't Disavow Racist Attack On Kamala Harris; Schools Grapple With How To Safely Reopen; Travelers From France Must Quarantine On Arrival In U.K.; U.S., Mexico And Canada Extend Border Restrictions; Dozens Of Belarus Riot Police Drop Shields, Embrace Protesters; Huge Fire Chars 17,000 Acres In Northern Los Angeles County. Aired 5-6a ET
• Protesters Demonstrate Outside Postmaster General's Home Over Policies Reducing Efficiency Of U.S. Postal Service Which May Affect 2020 Mail-In Ballots; Trump Campaign's Contention That Mail-In Voting Leads To Widespread Fraud Examined; CDC Announces Rate Of Coronavirus Cases Among Children In U.S. Increasing; Demonstrators Gather In Chicago To Protest Police Brutality; Georgia Governor Withdraws Lawsuit Against Atlanta Mayor Over Facemask Mandate; Millions Face Evictions And Food Insecurity As Government Aid Due To Coronavirus Halts. Aired 2-3p ET
• Trump Continues Baseless Attack On Mail-In Voting; White House Testing Czar: Don't Get Hung Up On The Number Of Tests; Trump Praises GOP Candidate Who Promoted Conspiracy Theories; Harris Praises Biden's Audacity To Select Black Woman As VP; Food Banks Struggling To Feed People As Crisis Worsens; Police Search For Man Accused Of Starting California Wildfire; Thousands Arrested As Belarusians Protest Vote They Call Rigged. Aired 11a-12p ET
• Postal Service Warns States Of Potential Mail-In-Ballot Delays; Heart Association: COVID Causing Heart Damage To Many Patients; Food Banks Struggling To Feed People As Crisis Worsens; President Donald Trump Won't Denounce Conspiracy Theories Peddled By GOP Candidate; Russia Begins Producing COVID-19 Vaccine; Kamala Harris Gets Secret Service Protection As Biden's VP Pick. Aired 12-1p ET
• U.S. Reports Average Of 1,000-Plus Deaths Daily Since Late July; Trump Admits He's Blocking Postal Funding To Stop Mail-In Votes; Rep. Jim Clyburn (D-SC) Is Interviewed About Postal Service Warning Every State It May Not Be Able To Deliver Ballots In Time To Be Counted; Teachers, Students And Parents Struggle With Remote Learning; Interview With Former Education Secretary, Arne Duncan; Inspector General Reviewing New Postmaster's Policy Changes & Potential Ethics Conflicts. Aired 4-5p ET
• Inspector General Reviewing New Postmaster's Policy Changes And Potential Ethics Conflicts; CDC Says, Rate Of COVID Cases In Children Steadily Increasing; Trump Targets Kamala Harris With Sexist & Racist Attacks; Former Rep. Katie Hill (D-CA) Discusses Attacks Against Kamala Harris, Attacks She Experienced Herself As A Woman Politician. Aired 5-6p ET
• Trump Continues Baseless Attack On Mail-In Voting; Kushner Suggests USPS Feds Can't Handle Mail-In Voting; Dr. Donna Hallas & Dr. Saju Matthew Discuss School Nurses On The Frontline As Kids Return To Classroom; FDA Warns Consumers Of Possible Toxins In Hand Sanitizers; Two MLB Games Postponed After Reds Player Tests Positive; Beirut Rises From The Ashes Of Catastrophic Explosion. Aired 1-2p ET
• Postal Service Warns Nearly Every State it may not be Able to Deliver Ballots in Time to be Counted; Anti-Vaccination Groups and Conspiracy Theorists Attack Efforts to Create and Use a COVID-19 Vaccine. Aired 3-4p ET
• I.G. Reviewing New Postmaster's Policy Changes And Potential Ethics Conflict; Trump Continues Attacks On Mail-In Voting System; U.S. Reports Average Of A Thousan Plus Deaths Daily Since Late July. Aired 6-7p ET


August 14, 2020
• Palestinians Not Pleased by the Peace Pact; Coronavirus Spikes in Europe; France Imposed Fines on Mask Disobedience; Mexico and Argentina Joined Hand to Combat Coronavirus; COVID-19 a Hot Issue for Presidential Candidates; U.S. Says No to Russia's Offer; Trump And Advisers Vague On Timeframe Of Suspensions; UAE Official Said That Deal With Israel Is Win For Diplomacy; Hong Kong Media Mogul Talks About His Arrest; Mauritius Demanding Compensation For Oil Spill; Detainees Walk Free In Belarus As Protest Continues; Trump Ramps Up Attacks On Democratic Rivals, Mail-In Voting; UFC Legend Prepares For Final Fight. Aired 3-4a ET
• U.S. Averages 1,000 Daily Deaths Over the Past Week; Johns Hopkins: U.S. Test Positivity Rate Higher Than 7 percent; Many European Countries See Sharp Rise in COVID-19; New Zealand Reports 12 New Cases as Testing Ramps Up; Israel, UAE Establish 'Full Normalization of Relations'; Joe Biden, Kamala Harris Call for U.S. Mask Mandate; Trump Admits Opposing Postal Service Funding to Block Mail-in Voting; Thousands Arrested as Protestors Claim Belarusian Election Rigged; Hong Kong Media Mogul Speaks Out About Arrest; U.S. Government Releases New Guidelines on Hand Sanitizers. Aired 12-1a ET
• COVID-19 Takes Center Stage in U.S. Elections Fight; Biden Says Every Single American Should Wear a Mask; U.S. President Attacks Biden's Pandemic Plan; CDC Director: The U.S. was Underprepared for the Crisis; Positivity Rates, Death Counts Rising Across U.S.; Trump Advisor Claims Young People are Not at Risk; Russia Says U.S. Not Currently Open to Vaccine Help; U.S. Military Cases Spike in South Korea; Israel and UAE to Establish Full Normalization of Relations; Palestinian Leasers Calling Deal a Stab in the Back. Aired 4-4:30a ET
• CDC's Forecast Projects 189,000 U.S. Deaths by September 5; USPS Removing Hundreds of Mail-Sorting Machines, Sparking Concerns; COVID-19 Positivity Rate in Texas Drops to 16 Percent. Aired 10-10:30a ET
• Donald Trump Admits He Opposes New Funding For U.S. Postal Service In Order To Block Mail-In Voting; Belarus Election Protesters Refuse To Back Down Despite Violence; NGO Feeding Thousands Of Injured And Displaced; The Multicultural Background Of Kamala Harris; Israel and UAE Establish Full Normalization of Relations; Many European Countries See Sharp Rise in COVID-19; New Zealand Reports 12 New Cases as Testing Ramps Up; Media Mogul Jimmy Lai Speaks About Arrest. Aired 2-3a ET
• U.S. Brokers Israeli-Emirates Deal; Biden-Harris V. Coronavirus: Day One; Europe To Reimpose Travel Restrictions And Testing; Kamala Harris's Story Reawakens The American Dream; WHO Sets Five Percent Target, U.S. Tops Five Million; Trump Attacks Biden's Approach to the Virus; Positivity Rates, Death Counts Rising Across U.S.; U.S. Military Cases Spike in South Korea; Hong Kong Media Mogul Jimmy Lai Speaks about His Arrest; Earth Sees Impact of Extreme Climate Change; Daniel Cormier Prepares for His Final Fight. Aired 1- 2a ET
• Joe Biden and Kamala Harris Call for U.S. Mask Mandate; Trump Fuels Fake Birther Theory About Kamala Harris; The Multicultural Background of Kamala Harris; Trump, First Lady Request Mail-In Ballots in Florida; Bipartisan Concerns Raised About Post Office Changes; Democrats Want Probe Into New USPS Postmaster; Many European Nations Report Sharp Rises in COVID-19 Cases; New Zealand Reports 12 New Cases as Testing Ramps Up; Weekly First-Time U.S. Jobless Claims Fall Below One Million. Aired 4:30-5a ET
• U.S. Averages 1,000+ Deaths Per Day for 18th Consecutive Day; Trump Admits He's Blocking Postal Funding to Stop Mail-In Votes; Obama Says, Trump more Concerned About Suppressing Vote than Virus. Aired 1- 1:30p ET
• Interview with Arizona Teacher Matt Chicci; Government Accountability Office Finds HHS Officials Appointed Unlawfully; Interview with Milwaukee Commissioner of Health Jeanette Kowalik. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• Ex-FBI Lawyer Pleads Guilty to Lying; Sports and Coronavirus; Who Will Get Vaccine First?. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• Trump Admits He's Blocking Postal Service Funding to Stop Mail- In Votes; Biden, Harris Call for Nationwide Mask Mandate; Biden and Harris to Hold Even Together for 3rd Straight Day; U.S. Declines Russia's Offer to Help "Operation Warp Speed"; U.S. Retail Sales Up, But Signs of Possible Slowdown Ahead. Aired 9:30-10a ET
• California Surpasses 600,000 COVID-19 Cases, Nearly 11,000 Deaths; Florida School District Forced to Reopen for In-Person Classes?; White House Coronavirus Task Force Warns Georgia of Widespread and Expanding COVID-19 Spread; Trump Admits Blocking Postal Service Funding to Stop Mail-in Votes; U.S. Scientists Creating a Coronavirus Strain to Be Used in Human Trials As a Possible "Plan D"; CDC's Forecast Projects 189,000 U.S. Deaths By September 5th. Aired 9- 9:30a ET
• Fauci: "I'm Not Pleased with How Things Are Going"; Report: White House Warns Georgia of "Widespread and Expanding" COVID-19 Spread; Dr. Ashish Jha Discusses Task Force Warning to Georgia & Giroir's Comments on Virus Testing Frequency; California Becomes 1st State to Surpass 600,000 Cases; Florida County Forced to Drop Virtual School Reopening Plan or Lose Millions in Funding from State; Trump Admits He's Blocking USPS Funding to Stop Main-In Votes; Judge Orders Trump Campaign to Provide Evidence of Mail-In Voter Fraud in Pennsylvania by Today; Obama Weighs in on Mail-In Voting, USPS as Collateral Damage. Aired 11-11:30a ET
• Report: WH Warns Of "Widespread And Expanding" COVID-19 Spread; Pres. Trump Promotes Birther Lie About Sen. Kamala Harris; New Poll: Biden Leads Among Suburban Women & Registered Voters. Aired 12:30-1p ET
• Trump Floats Kamala Harris Birther Conspiracy Theory; Coronavirus Testing Czar Brett Giroir Denies U.S. Needs More Tests; Interview with State Rep. William Boddie (D-GA). Aired 2-2:30p ET
• Trump Admits He's Blocking USPS Funding to Stop Main-In Votes; U.S. Scientists Creating a COVID Strain to be Used in Human Trials as a Possible "Plan D" in Vaccine Research; Dr. Evan Anderson Discusses Vaccine Development & NIH Director Saying Don't Expect an "October Surprise" COVID Vaccine & Russia's COVID Vaccine; Biden Calls for National Mask Mandate in New Ad. Aired 11:30a-12p ET
• Report: White House Task Force Recommended Georgia Implement Statewide Mask Mandate; Admiral Brett Giroir: Some Playing "Statistical Shell Game: With COVID Data; Dr. Anthony Fauci: You Can't Ignore The Virus And Reopen The Country; Kevin Clinesmith Admits To Falsify Documents Used In FISA Warrant; Former FBI Lawyer Pleads Guilty As Part Of Durham Probe. Aired 12-12:30p ET
• CNN Special Report Examines the Electoral College; Trump to See Younger Brother Hospitalized in New York; Update on Coronavirus Responses Across the Country; Trump Speaks as U.S. Averages 1,000+ Deaths Per Day for 18th Straight Day; Trump Praises QAnon Supporter Who Won GOP Primary. Aired 1:30-2p ET
• Trump Says Kamala Harris Not Qualified to Run, Falsely Claims She Was Not Born in U.S.; Kushner on Racist Birther Lie: "It's Something That's Out There"; Reporter to Trump: "Do You Regret All Your Lying" to Americans? Family Evacuates China Only to Get Coronavirus in Memphis; "HomeFront": Whether Military Should Evict Trump from White House if He Loses in November and Doesn't Go Quietly. Aired 2:30-3p ET
• Trump Echoes Attacks on Obama, Pushes Birther Lie Against Harris; Beloved Husband and Teacher Dies after Suffering COVID Symptoms. Aired 3:30-4p ET


August 13, 2020
• Joe Biden and Kamala Harris Appear for First Time as Running Mates; Parts of Europe are Grappling with Uptick in Coronavirus Cases; Brazil Reports 55,000 New Cases and Almost 1,200 Deaths; New Zealand Reports 14 New Coronavirus Cases as Officials Warn of More Infections to Come; Beirut Explosion: Parliament to Meet for First Time Since Explosion; Taiwan Worried it Will be the Next Hong Kong; Biden and Harris Appear First Time as Running Mates; How Kamala Harris' Shaped her Political Views; Coronavirus in the United States Moving Average of New Cases; Seasons Postponed for Some College Football; Florida Sheriff Bans Masks for Staff and Visitors; CDC Director on Prevention Says We All Got To Do It; New Outbreaks Jeopardize School Reopening; European Countries Come to Opposition's Defense; Bringing Smiles to Coronavirus Patients. Aired 3-4a ET
• Biden & Harris Appear for First Time as Running Mates; Republicans on the Attack Against Kamala Harris; Some European Nations Grapple With Covid-19 Resurgence; Crews Scramble to Clean Up Lagoon After Oil Spill; How Harris's Indian Roots Shaped Her Political Views; China Opposes Any Official U.S.-Taiwan Ties; Bolivia Faces Political Unrest Amid Worsening Outbreak; Disconnect Between U.S. Economy and Wall Street; NBA Player Opens Up About New Season & Social Justice. Aired 12-1a ET
• Team Biden-Harris in Virtual Debut; Virus Regains Ground In Europe; CDC: Coronavirus Will Dominant This Fall; India, Brazil And U.S. Top The World's COVID List; Disconnect Between U.S. Economy and Wall Street; Political Crisis in Belarus; Protecting India's Lakes and Ponds; Trump Praises Conspiracy Theorist Who Won Georgia Primary. Aired 1-2a ET
• Biden and Harris Appear for First Time as Running Mates; Trump: Harris was Angry after Dropping Out of Race; How Kamala Harris' Indian Roots Shaped Her Political Views; 17 Straight Days Averaging 1,000+ Deaths in U.S.; College Football Conferences Split on Whether to Play; CDC Director on Prevention: We All Got to Do It; Some European Nations Struggling with Surging Cases. Aired 4-4:30a ET
• CDC Director Says, Virus is Greatest Public Health Crisis to Hit U.S. in 100 Years; Biden and Harris Vow to Lead U.S. out of Pandemic. Aired 10-10:30a ET
• Parts of Europe Grappling with Uptick in Coronavirus Cases; Spain has Overtaken U.K. For Highest Number of Cases in Europe; Brazil reports 55,000 New Cases and Almost 1,200 Deaths; New Zealand Reports 14 New Cases, Warns of More; Lebanon Parliament to Meet for First Time since Explosion; Anti-Vaxxers Campaigning against Potential Vaccine; Brothers Start "Projects Smile" to Raise Patients' Spirits. Aired 4:30-5a ET
• Biden Campaign Raises $26 Million; Polls for the Presidential Election; Anti-Vaxxers Spreading Conspiracy Theories; Sen. Bill Cassidy (R-LA) is Interviewed about the Pandemic, Stimulus, Mail-in Voting. Aired 9:30-10a
• Teachers Sound Alarm Over School Reopenings; Biden/Harris Call For Nationwide Mask Mandate. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• Stage is Set for Trump-Pence Vs Biden-Harris; Some European Nations Grapple With Covid-19 Resurgence; Investigation Launched After Three Killed, Six Injured; Thousands Detained Since Contested Election. Aired 2-3a ET
• Interview with Traveling Preschool Teacher Marea Hodge; Mexico and Argentina Agree to Produce U.S. Vaccine; Marjorie Taylor Greene Wins Georgia Congressional Primary. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• Battle Rages Over In-Person Classes Amid Outbreaks at Schools; College Sports Conferences Split on Pushing Fall Sports Amid COVID-19 Outbreak; New Jobless Claims Below 1 Million for First Time Since March; Trump Vows to End Payroll Tax; Trump Administration Proposes Changes to Showerheads. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• Trump Admits Blocking Money for USPS Will Hurt Mail-In Voting; Cowboy's Owner Jerry Jones Will Welcome Fans at Home Games; "Represented" Highlights 100 Years of Woman's Suffrage; Some Swing State Voters Slam Trump for Suspended Football Season. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• CDC Director Warns Fall Could Be "Worst" We've Seen; CDC Director: "We Were Underprepared" for Crisis; Dallas County Judge, Clay Jenkins, Discusses Rising Positivity Rate in Texas, Dallas Cowboys Owner Confident They'll Play Before Fans; Trump Press Briefing: Israel & UAE Agree to Historic Peace Deal. Aired 11-11:30a ET
• QAnon Conspiracy Theorist Wins Georgia GOP Primary; Pelosi: Maybe You "Mistook" GOP For "Somebody Who Gave A Damn"; U.S. Intel On Russia Could Undercut Trump's Hopes For Durham Report. Aired 12:30-1p ET
• Robert Redfield Warns Fall Could be Worst in Public Health History; Trump Calls for Increased Water Pressure; Trump's Public Conduct Out of Step With Contemporary America. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• Trump Press Briefing: Israel & UAE Agree to Historic Peace Deal; 1,000+ Quarantined after Positive Cases in Atlanta Area School District; Florida Sheriffs Bans His Deputies and Visitors from Wearing Masks; Soon, Major Health Experts Brief Biden, Harris on Pandemic. Aired 11:30a-12p ET
• CDC Doctors Warning: Prepare For "The Worst Fall We've Ever Had"; U.S. Eclipses 5.2 Million Total Coronavirus Cases; Doctors Warn Of Lifetime Of Worse Health Outcomes If Kids Don't Go Back To School; Sarah Palin: Harris Is In "Better Position" Than Past Female VP; President Donald Trump: Democrats Want Money In Stimulus For "Universal Mail-In Ballots". Aired 12-12:30p ET
• Nearly 1,500 U.S. Virus Deaths Mark Deadliest Day since May; Florida Sheriff Bans Deputies, Visitors from Wearing Masks; Trump's New Coronavirus Adviser Echoes his Non-Science Views. Aired 1-1:30p ET
• Joe Biden, Kamala Harris Receive COVID-19 Briefing; Anti- vaxxers Spread Lies, Conspiracies Ahead of Vaccine; Parents Sue California Governor for Restrictions on In-Person Learning. Aired 1:30-2p ET
• Parents Lose Son to Virus 4 Days after He Went to Urgent Care; Joe Biden, Kamala Harris Make Joint Remarks on Coronavirus; Professor Lindsey Leininger Discusses Biden/Harris Calls for Mask Mandates as COVID Deaths Rise; Trump's Vow on Payroll Tax Jeopardizes Social Security, Medicare. Aired 2:30-3p ET


August 12, 2020
• Joe Biden Picks His V.P.; President Trump's Signature Name- Calling; Russia Approves COVID Vaccine; Lebanese Protesters Wants Total Change; UK Economy in Recession; New Zealand Reimposes Restrictions Due to New Cases; Mexico Reports Almost Thousand New Deaths from Virus; U.S. College Conferences Postpone Football; Security Questions Raised Surrounding TikTok and WeChat; Royal Tensions Revealed; Collin Morikawa Opens Up About PGA Championship Win. Aired 3-4a ET
• Growing Concerns about Impact of Virus on Children; Putin: Russia Approves "World First" COVID-19 Vaccine; Growing Fears Ground Ship Could Split in Half; Security Questions Raised Surrounding TikTok and WeChat; Top U.S. College Conferences Postpone Football Seasons. Aired 1-2a ET
• Biden and Harris to Appear in Delaware Today; Florida and Georgia Report Record One-Day Death Tolls; Trump Claims without Evidence that China and Russia will Grab Plenty of Mail-In Ballots. Aired 10-10:30a ET
• Biden Picks Senator Kamala Harris as Running Mate; Rise of Kamala Harris to National Prominence; Trump: Harris was Nasty, Horrible to Biden in Debates; Anti-Government Protests Erupt for Fourth Night in Beirut; Volunteers Help Neighbors Through Lebanon's Crisis. Aired 4-4:30a ET
• Biden Picks Senator Kamala Harris As Running Mate; New Zealand Reimposes Restrictions Due To New Cases; Florida Confirms Most Deaths In A Single Day; Protesters Demand More In Beirut; Putin: Russia Approves 'World First' COVID-19 Vaccine; Mexico Signs Vaccine Deals with U.S. & Chinese Companies; Food Bank Giveaways Underscore Economic Struggle; Security Questions Raised Surrounding TikTok and WeChat; Collin Morikawa Opens Up About PGA Championship Win. Aired 12-1a ET
• Anti-Government Protests Erupt for Fourth Night; Food Bank Giveaways Underscore Economic Struggle; Biden Picks Sen. Kamala Harris as Running Mate; Russia Touts "World First" COVID-19 Vaccine; New Zealand Reimposes Restrictions Due to New Cases; Opposition Candidate Flees to Lithuania; U.K. Shrinks by Record 20.4 Percent in Q2. Aired 2-3a ET
• Florida Sets New Record for COVID-19 Deaths; Children and Elderly Lead Late Summer Spikes in Cases; Putin: Russia Approves World's First COVID-19 Vaccine; 900+ Students and Staff Quarantined in Georgia School District; New Zealand Reinstates Restrictions Due to New Cases; Top U.S. Conferences Postpone Football Seasons; Harry and Meghan Book Reveals Tensions in Royal Family. Aired 4:30-5a ET
• Biden, Harris Together for First Time Since V.P. Selection; U.S. Sports in Limbo, Debate to Restart Boils as Response Falters; 400+ Teachers Refusing to Return, Forcing New Jersey District to go Virtual. Aired 1-1:30p ET
• Rep. James Clyburn (D-SC) is Interviewed about the Harris Pick; Big 10 and PAC-12 Won't Play this Fall; New Covid-19 Reporting System; Failed Stimulus Talks; Inflation Data Beats Expectations. Aired 9:30- 10a
• Split Decisions For College Football; Biden, Harris Set For Joint Appearance. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• Soon, Biden & Harris to Appear Together in Delaware; Reopening Plans for Georgia High School to be Revealed Today; Hundreds of Georgia Students and Staff in Quarantine; Dr. Michael Mina Discusses Record One-Day Deaths in in Florida, Georgia as Cases Drop Nationwide & New Way of Thinking about Coronavirus, as "Cold That Kills"; Medical Group Issues New Guidelines on Wearing Facemasks; Michael Schill, Chairman, PAC-12 CEO Group, Discusses Big-10, PAC-12 Postponing Fall College Football Seasons as Other Conferences Push to Play. Aired 11- 11:30a ET
• Interview with Rep. Eric Swalwell (D-CA); Interview with Southwest Airlines CEO Gary Kelly; Georgia Schools Move Online Days After Opening. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• Joe Biden Picks Kamala Harris as Vice Presidential Running Mate; Hundreds of Georgia Students and School Staff Quarantined; Florida Sets Daily Record With 276 New Coronavirus Deaths; Biden and Harris to Make First Appearance Today in Delaware. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• Soon Biden and Harris Appear Together for First Time on Democratic Ticket; Interview with Rep. Sheila Jackson Lee (D-TX) on Harris as Candidate; Pelosi Says People Will Die If Stimulus Talks Drag into September; Laid Off Airport Worker Needs the $600 Stimulus Check to Continue. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• Medical Association Releases New Mask Guidelines; Governor Phil Murphy to Allow Schools to Open Remotely; Interview with Author Sophia Nelson. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• Some Progressives Rally Around Harris As Biden's VP Pick; NY Lawmaker Questions How State Counts Nursing Home Deaths; Big 10 & Pac- 12 Won't Play Football This Fall. Aired 12:30-1p ET
• Kamala Harris: President Donald Trump "Tear-Gassed" People Asking For Support; Biden, Harris To Hold First Joint Event As Running Mate; Kamala Harris Defends Her Record As California Attorney General; Coronavirus Testing Levels Fall, Positivity Rates Up In 34 States; American Medical Colleges Group Issues Guidance On Face Coverings. Aired 12-12:30p ET
• Teacher Depicts Own Tombstone To Demand Masks In School; GOP QAnon Supporter With History Of Bigoted Remarks Wins Georgia Primary; What Trump Has Said About Kamala Harris In Recent Years; Former Democratic California Congresswoman, Katie Hill, Discusses Kamala Harris Being Chosen As Biden's Running Mate. Aired 1:30-2p ET
• Trump Adds Coronavirus Adviser Who Echoes His Unscientific Claims; Family: "Unbelievable" 31-Year-Old Man Died Of Coronavirus; Trump Congratulates QAnon Supporter Amid Controversial Picks; FOX Hosts Try Out Multiple attack Lines & False Narratives on Harris. Aired 2:30-3p ET
• Michael Schill, Chairman, PAC-12 CEO Group, Discusses Big-10, PAC-12 Postponing Fall College Football Seasons as Other Conferences Push to Play; Valerie Jarrett, Former Senior Adviser to President Obama, Discusses Kamala Harris Making History as Biden's V.P. Pick & Trump Attack on Harris, "Nasty to Kavanaugh; Mark Parkinson, American Health Care Association President & CEO, Discusses Infections in Nursing Homes, Long-Term Care Facilities Rising Again; Grocery Prices Down Slightly after Spikes Early in Pandemic as Gas Prices Go Up. Aired 11:30a-12p ET


August 11, 2020
• Lebanon's Prime Minister Resigns Amid Protests; Coronavirus Cases Now at 20 Million; Change in Lebanon Not Happening Soon; No Exceptions for Beijing's Fierce Law; Protests Erupted in Belarus Over Election Results; Number of United States Child Cases Up 90 Percent in Last Four Weeks; Major College Football Teams Could See Season Postponed; Florida Teachers Prepare to Head Back to the In-Person Schooling; U.S. Health Secretary Goes One-On-One with CNN From Taiwan; Lebanon's Government Resigns Amid Violent Protests; Shooting Near White House Disrupts Press Briefing; Kodak Stock Dives After United States Government Loan Put On Hold; Stranded South Africans Rescued. Aired 3-4a ET
• Debate Over Reopening Schools Rages Alongside COVID-19; Average of 1,000 Americans Dying Daily from Virus; Florida Teachers Prepare to Head Back to the Classroom; FDA Won't Cut Corners to Approve a COVID- 19 Vaccine; Shooting Near White House Disrupts Press Briefing; Powerful Storm System Rips Through U.S. Midwest; Lebanon's Government Resigns in Wake of Blast and Protests. Aired 4-4:30a ET
• Coronavirus Cases Surge Among U.S. Children as Schools Reopen; 163,000+ Americans Killed by Coronavirus, Almost 5.1 Million Cases. Aired 10-10:30a ET
• White House Mulls Executive Action on Mail-In Voting; Inside Colorado's Mail-In Voting System; Top U.S. Health Official Meets Taiwan's Foreign Minister; Video Shows George Floyd's Deadly Encounter with Police; Putin Says Russia has Developed First Coronavirus Vaccine; Fears Grow Motorcycle Rally Could Be Superspreading Event. Aired 4:30-5a ET
• Salesforce Public-Private Partnership Aiding School Reopenings; Cars Line Up at North Texas Food Bank as Unemployment Expires; China Sanctions U.S. Lawmakers Over Hong Kong. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• Belarus Opposition Leader Demands Recount as Protests Grow; Political Expert Weighs in on 2020 Election; Kodak Stock Dives after U.S. Government Loan Put on Hold; U.S. Health Secretary Meets with Taiwan Leaders; Man Helps Repatriate South Africans Stranded in China. Aired 12-1a ET
• Football's Season Hangs in the Balance; Ford CEO Jim Hackett is Interviewed about the Stimulus Stalemate; Biden Campaign Assembles Staff for Running Mate. Aired 9:30-10a ET
• Report: 90 Percent Jump In Children With COVID-19 Since July 9; Australia's Internal Borders To Remain Closed; Shipwrecked Tanker Leaking Fuel Oil Into Lagoons; Decision Day Nears For Biden To Choose Running Mate; Man Helps Repatriate South Africans Stranded In China. Aired 2-3a ET
• Big Ten Conference Postpones Football Season; Biden Set to Announce Vice Presidential Pick. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• Multiple Georgia School Districts Report Positive Cases After Reopening; Russia Claims It Has Developed First Coronavirus Vaccine; Coronavirus Cases Surge Among U.S. Children as Schools Reopen; 12 Florida School Districts Reopening This Week. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• Biden Has Selected a Running Mate, Will Reveal Today; Big Ten Conference Postpones All Fall Sports Including Football. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• Biden Campaign Assembles Staff For His Future Running Mate; Texas 7-Day Average Positivity Hits Highest Rate Since March; Fate Of College Football Season Uncertain. Aired 12:30-1p ET
• Report Finds Increased Numbers of COVID-Positive Children; Mrs. Nevada-America Pageant Disrupted Over COVID-19 Concerns; Trump's Press Briefing Most Dishonest to Date. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• 800+ Students Quarantined in Cherokee County, GA, after District Reports 50 Positive Cases Among Students & Staff; Dr. William Schaffner Discusses Whether Children Can Easily Spread Virus; Dr. Michael Kinch Discusses Russia's New COVID Vaccine & It's Safety; Chris Ragsdale, Cobb County School Superintendent, Discusses Reopening Schools, Parents Protesting Online-Only Learning. Aired 11-11:30a ET
• Chris Ragsdale, Cobb County School Superintendent, Discusses Reopening Schools, Parents Protesting Online-Only Learning; Fitness Trainer Who Thought Virus Was Hoax Until He Got It Shares His Story Of Survival; UNC Professor Jay Smith Discusses Campus Staff Filing A Lawsuit Over UNC's Reopening Plans; Fate Of College Football Up In The Air As Another Conference Cancels. Aired 11:30a-12p ET
• U.S. Seven-Day Average Of New Cases Ticks Above 54,000; Former FDA Chief: I Wouldn't Take Russia "Vaccine"; President Donald Trump Attacks Cory Booker In Comments About Housing, Suburbs; President Donald Trump Says By Regulating Where Low-Income Housing Can Be, "The Suburbs Will Be The Suburbs Again"; Biden Campaign Assembles Staff For His Future Running Mate. Aired 12-12:30p ET
• Ninety Percent Increase In COVID Cases In Children Over Past Four Weeks; Mega Church Pastor Defies COVID Guidelines, Reopens Despite Risks; Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-VT) Wants To Tax Obscene Wealth Earned During Pandemic. Aired 1-1:30p ET
• Sanders Introduces Bill To Tax Rich To Pay For Uninsured, Underinsured Americas; List Of Speakers For Democratic Convention Amid Speculation Over Biden's V.P. Pick; Celebrities Spread Misinformation On Coronavirus; COVID Survivor Regrets Dismissing Virus As Hoax; Dr. Jonathan Drezner Discusses Fate Of College Football & Rare Heart Condition Possibly Linked To COVID-19. Aired 1:30-2p ET
• Lies, False Narratives: Trump Turns Briefing Into Dishonesty Spree; Is U.S. Becoming Numb To Foreign Interference In Elections?; Trump's Norm Breaking Documented In New Book, "The Madman Theory: Trump Takes On the World;" Biden Has Selected Running Mate, Will Reveal As Soon As Today. Aired 2:30-3p ET
• World Reaches 20 Million Confirmed COVID Cases; Lebanese Government Resigns; World Leaders Condemn Hong Kong Arrest; Lebanon's Government Resigns Amid Violent Protests; Democrats Accuse Trump Administration of Post Office Sabotage; Kodak Stock Dives after U.S. Government Loan Put on Hold; Man Helps Repatriates South Africans Stranded in China. Aired 1-2a ET


August 10, 2020
• School Safety During A Pandemic; Hong Kong Police Arrest Media Mogul Jimmy Lai; Officials Convey U.S. Message Of Strong Support For Taiwan; Donald Trump's Executive Actions on Virus Relief Under Fire; Biden Expected To Announce VP Pick This Week; New Zealand Declares 100 Days COVID-19 Free. Aired 12-1a ET
• President Trump's Executive Actions on Virus Relief is Under Fire; Cases Surged After Schools Reopened in Israel; Hong Kong Media Mogul Jimmy Lai Arrested Under New National Security Law; Mass Protests in Belarus Following Disputed Election Results; School in Georgia Reopened then Closed; Lebanese Crying for Justice; Education Must Go On in U.K.; Face Masks Now Mandatory in France; Painful Way of Recovery for Families in Lebanon. Aired 3-4a ET
• Pro-Democracy Media Mogul Arrested In Hong Kong; Explosion Devastates Beirut, Ignites Mass Riots; Australia's Deadliest COVID Case Day; Rioters In Belarus Clash With Government; U.S. President Touts Plan to Extend Economic Aid; U.S. Schools Cope with Reopening as Virus Spreads. Aired 1-2a ET
• Rep. Gerald Connolly (D-VA) is Interviewed about Trump's Executive Actions; Trump's Executive Action for Virus Relief; Biden Expected to Announce Running Mate; Lebanon's Government Expected to Step Down; Postponing College Football. Aired 9:30-10a ET
• Rising Cases a Concern as Schools Reopen; Schools in Metro Atlanta Area Reporting COVID-19 Cases; British Prime Minister: Morally Indefensible to Keep Schools Closed; Fauci: Widespread Vaccine Availability Not Likely Until 2021; Protesters Clash with Police for a Second Day in Beirut; One Family's Hope for Their Missing Relative in Beirut; Lebanese Demand Justice in Wake of Devastating Blast; Mass Protests in Belarus Following Disputed Election Results. Aired 4-4:30a ET
• U.S. Surpasses 5 Million Cases, Death Nears 163,000; Debate Rages Over In-Person Classes as Georgia Schools Report New Cases; Rep. Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) Says, Trump's Executive Actions are Absurdly Unconstitutional. Aired 10-10:30a ET
• Interview with Sen. Amy Klobuchar (D-MN); Trump Claims Coronavirus Vaccine Ready by Election Day; TSA Finds Tripled Rate of Guns Passing Through Airports. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• Executive Actions on Virus Relief Have Strings Attached; Trump Plan Calls for States to Pay 25 Percent of $400 Benefit; "Veepstakes" Heat up as Democratic Convention Approaches; Russia, China Accused Trying to Meddle in U.S. Elections; Lessons From Israel Shows Cases Surged After Schools Reopened; Official Conveys U.S. Message of Strong Support for Taiwan; Hong Kong Police Arrest Media Mogul Jimmy Lai; Face Masks Become Mandatory in Some Parts of Paris; New Zealand Marks 100 Days of No Local Cases of Coronavirus; Collin Morikawa Wins First Golf Major of the Year. Aired 4:30-5a ET
• United States Surpasses Five Million Coronavirus Cases; Close to 100,000 Children Infected with Coronavirus in the U.S. as Schools Start to Reopen; Angry Protesters Fill Beirut Streets Calling for Reform; U.S. Lawmakers At Odds Over COVID-19 Stimulus Plan; Trump Plan Calls For States To Pay 25 Percent Of Latest Benefits; Protests Erupt Following Belarus Presidential Vote; Hong Kong Media Mogul Arrested Under National Security Law; New Zealand Marks 100 Days Of No Local Cases. Aired 2-3a ET
• Trump's Executive Actions on Virus Relief Spark Confusion; House Speaker Nancy Pelosi Calls Trump's Executive Action "Absurdly Unconstitutional"; Georgia School Seen in Viral Photo Briefly Closing Due to Positive Cases; Looting Breaks Out in Chicago Overnight; Nearly 100K Children Test Positive for COVID-19 in Last Two Weeks of July; Pelosi: Trump's Executive Actions on COVID Relief Are "Absurdly Unconstitutional". Aired 9-9:30a ET
• Trump Pushes for College Football As Power 5 Debates What to Do; Deadly Explosion Levels Baltimore Homes; 13 Cops Hurt And 100+ Arrested in Chicago After Night of Looting; Lebanese Government Resigns in Wake of Blast; Vaccine Experts Say, "No Way" Trump Will Have Vaccine by November. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• American Academy of Pediatrics Reporting Nearly 100K Kids in U.S. Tested Positive in Last 2 Weeks, Georgia School, Seen in Viral Picture, Temporarily Closes after 9 Test Positive; Contradicting Trump on "Almost Immune"; State Rep. Beth Moore (D-Georgia) Discusses Setting Up Whistleblower E-mail for Schools Due to Her Concerns; Firefighters: Several People Trapped after Home Explosion in Baltimore; Protests and Violence in Several Major Cities; Lt. Gov. Juliana Stratton (D-Illinois) Discusses Widespread Looting, Vandalism, Gunshots Overnight in Chicago, Chicago Mayor Shutting Down Montrose Beach Park Due to Large Gathering & Trump Executive Order on $400 Unemployment Requiring States to Pay 1st $100; Jon Steinbrecher, Mid- American Conference Commissioner, Discusses Cancelling The Season, College Football in Jeopardy Amid Pandemic. Aired 11-11:30a ET
• Joe Biden Expected To Announce Vice President Pick This Week; Reports: Big 10 Debating Canceling College Football Season; Looting Breaks Out In Downtown Chicago Overnight. Aired 12:30-1p ET
• Moderna Vaccine Trial Participant Numbers Too Low for Conclusive November Results; Interview With Florida State Football Player Andrew Boselli; Latest COVID-19 Research Findings Out as Testing Time Remains Long. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• Trump Wants to Be Added to Mount Rushmore?; Schools Reopening/Closing Amid Coronavirus Outbreaks; Confusion Over Trump's Executive Orders. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• Jon Steinbrecher, Mid-American Conference Commissioner, Discusses Cancelling The Season, College Football In Jeopardy Amid Pandemic; Experts: "No Way" Moderna Vaccine Will Be Ready By November Election; Mark Zandi, Moody's Analytics Chief Economist, Discusses Confusion Over Trump's Executive Action After Stimulus Talks Collapse; State Media: Lebanon's Government To Resign After Deadly Blast. Aired 11:30a-12p ET
• Coronavirus Crisis Persists As Stimulus Talks Fail; Biden To Pick Running Mate In Days Ahead; Jump In Cases Among Children Complicates Back-To-School Season; Fifty-five Percent Of City School Districts To Start School Year Remotely; President Donald Trump's Executive Actions On Economic Relief Spark Confusion; Georgia School Seen In Viral Picture Briefly Closing After Nine Test Positive. Aired 12-12:30p ET
• WHO Says, COVID Proving Exceptionally Difficult To Stop; U.S. Has More Than Five Million Coronavirus Cases And Almost 163,000 Deaths; Almost 100,000 Children Tested Positive For Virus In Last Two Weeks Of July; Trump: I Will Do Convention Speech At Gettysburg Or White House. Aired 1-1:30p ET
• Trump Adviser: "God's Will" To Sign Executive Orders, But Republicans Considered Obama's Executive Orders Blasphemy; Democrats Deny Trump's Claim They Asked To Restart Stimulus Talks; Update On Coronavirus Response Across The Country; U.S. Democracy Under Attack: Russia, China Both Targeting Election; Fears Bike Rally In South Dakota Could Become Super Spreader Event. Aired 1:30-2p ET
• NYT: White House Asked About Adding Trump To Mount Rushmore; Nick Tilsen, NDN Collective President & CEO, Discusses Trump Wanting His Face On Mount Rushmore; California Health Director Abruptly Resigns In Middle Of Pandemic; CNN Follows Family Searching For Loved One After Beirut Blast; Kodak Stock Plummets After Government Loan Put On Hold. Aired 2:30-3p ET


August 09, 2020
• Beirut Protesters Call for a "Revolution"; Trump Signs Executive Orders Extending Coronavirus Economic Relief; Ohio Governor Tests Positive then Negative for COVID-19; Doctor: Biker Rally a Potential Super Spreader Event; Brazil Second Only to U.S. Coronavirus Infections and Deaths; U.S. Tops 5 Million COVID-19 Cases; U.S. Postmaster DeJoy Says Election Mail Will Not Be Slowed Down; Main Opposition Candidate Hides on Eve of Crucial Presidential Vote in Belarus. Aired 1-2a ET
• Trump Signs Executive Orders Extending Coronavirus Economic Relief; U.S. Tops Five Million COVID-19 Cases; Beirut Protesters Call For A "Revolution"; U.S. Postmaster DeJoy Says Election Mail Will Not Be Slowed Down; Main Opposition Candidate Hides On Eve Of Crucial Presidential Vote In Belarus. Aired 2-3a ET
• Beirut Protesters Call For A "Revolution"; U.S. Tops Five Million COVID-19 Cases; Trump Signs Executive Orders Extending Coronavirus Economic Relief; Brazil Second Only To U.S. Coronavirus Infections And Deaths; Coronavirus Spreads In Texas Federal Prison; Doctor: Biker Rally A Potential Super Spreader Event; Main Opposition Candidate Hides On Eve Of Crucial Presidential Vote In Belarus; Climate Change And COVID-19 Compete As Global Crises. Aired 3-4a ET
• Trump Signs Executive Orders Extending Coronavirus Economic Relief; U.S. Schools Struggle To Maintain Safe Openings; Ohio Governor Tests Positive Then Negative For COVID-19; Brazil Second Only To U.S. Coronavirus Infections And Deaths; Beirut Protesters Call For A "Revolution"; Doctor: Biker Rally A Potential Super Spreader Event; U.S. Tops Five Million COVID-19 Cases. Aired 4-5a ET
• U.S. Tops Five Million COVID-19 Cases; Trump Signs Executive Orders Extending Coronavirus Economic Relief; Doctor: Biker Rally A Potential Super Spreader Event; Brazil Second Only To U.S. Coronavirus Infections And Deaths; Beirut Protesters Call For A "Revolution"; Caring For The Homeless In The COVID-19 Era; Biden Finalizing Running Mate Choice; U.S. Postmaster DeJoy Says Election Mail Will Not Be Slowed Down. Aired 5-6a ET
• U.S. Tops Five Million Infected Cases Of Coronavirus; President Trump Signs Four Executive Orders On Economic And COVID Relief; Rep. Maxine Waters (D-CA) Is Interviewed About Trump's Executive Orders; South Dakota Motorcycle Rally Kicks Off Despite Coronavirus Pandemic; President Trump Trails Joe Biden In The Polls. Aired 5-6p ET
• U.S. COVID-19 Cases Rise To More Than Five Million; Trump Signs Executive Order After Stimulus Talks Break Down; Why Legalized Marijuana Is Paying Off In Illinois. Aired 3-4p ET
• Georgia School Highlighted in Viral Photo to Switch to Virtual Learning for Two Days; Trump Adjusts Unemployment Benefit with Executive Action. Aired 7-8p ET
• Recap Of Larry Kudlow Interview; Trump Signs Executive Order After Stimulus Talks Break Down; Nine Infections At School Since Viral Photo Of Crowded Hallway; O'Brien Says, Russia And China Targeting U.S. Election With Cyberattacks; Concern Grows Over Food Insecurity As Virus Spreads. Aired 2-3p ET
• Trump Signs Executive Orders After Stimulus Talks Break Down; Memphis-Selby County Schools To Begin School Year Virtually; Outrage Expressed By Lebanese People; Women Behind The Camera; Health Experts Plea To The Public; Life Behind Bars. Aired 4-5p ET
• Known Cases In U.S. Now More Than Five Million; Trump's Executive Actions On COVID-19 Relief Come With Strings Attached; Masks Not Required At South Dakota Biker Rally Expected To Draw 250,000 People; NSA Says Russia, China Absolutely Tampering With U.S. Election Infrastructure; Trump's Executive Actions On COVID-19 Relief Come With Strings Attached. Aired 6-7p ET
• Nine COVID-19 Cases at Georgia High School Days After Crowded Hallway Pic Goes Viral; Trump Willing to Talk with Democrats Again About Stimulus; Public Health Officials Fear Biker Rally a Nightmare in the Making; Arizona Couple Says They Paid the Price for Not Taking Coronavirus Seriously; Beirut Protests Continue for Second Day After Deadly Explosion. Aired 8-9p ET
• U.S. COVID-19 Cases Surpass 5 Million with No Sign of Slowing Down; Trump's Executive Actions on COVID-19 Relief Come with Strings Attached; NYT: White House Asked about Adding Trump to Mt. Rushmore; MLB Postpones St. Louis Cardinals Series Against Pittsburgh Pirates after Players Test Positive for COVID-19; Masks not Required at SD Biker Rally Expected to Draw 250K. Aired 9-10p ET
• Protests Over Beirut Explosion Turn Violent; Demonstrators Storm Lebanon's Government Ministries; Brazil Passes 100,000 Deaths, Tops 3 Million Cases; Crows Gather in Virus Hotspots; Vietnam Tries to Contain Outbreak in Da Nang; COVID-19 Testing Not Always Reliable in the U.S.; Bikers Arrive in South Dakota for Motorcycle Rally; CNN Interviews Japanese Defense Minister Taro Kono. Aired 12-1a ET


August 08, 2020
• Huge Explosion Rocks Beirut; Air India Plane Crashes in Kerala after Skidding Off Runway; Georgia School District Quarantines 260 Students and Eight Teachers after First Week of School; Hawaii Reinstates Inter-Island Travel Quarantine and Other Restrictions; Trump Issues Orders Banning TikTok and WeChat; Stimulus Talks Break Down on Capitol Hill; Mexico Now Has Third Highest Global COVID-19 Death Toll. Aired 2-2:45a ET
• Huge Explosion Rocks Beirut; Georgia School District Quarantines 260 Students and Eight Teachers after First Week of School; Can You Catch COVID-19 Twice?; Air India Plane Crashes in Kerala after Skidding Off Runway. Aired 3-3:30a ET
• Large Motorcycle Rally Being Held in Sturgis, South Dakota, Raises Concerns about Coronavirus Spread; Teachers Protest Plans in Georgia to Reopen Schools During Coronavirus Pandemic; Protestors Take to Streets of Beirut after Massive Explosion Kills More than 150 People; National Education Association President Becky Pringle Interviewed on Need for Funding to Reopen Schools Safely; Former Education Secretary under President Obama Arne Duncan Interviewed on Steps Government Should Take to Help with Continuing Education During Coronavirus Pandemic; President Trump States He Will Take Executive Action If Congress Cannot Reach Deal on Economic Stimulus Bill. Aired 10-11a ET
• Huge Explosion Rocks Beirut; Georgia School District Quarantines 260 Students and Eight Teachers after First Week of School; Stimulus Talks Break Down on Capitol Hill; Air India Plane Crashes in Kerala after Skidding Off Runway; Trump Issues Orders Banning TikTok and WeChat; Tyler Perry Builds Camp Quarantine for Production Reboot. Aired 4-5a ET
• Huge Explosion Rocks Beirut; Stimulus Talks Break Down on Capitol Hill; Riders Gather in South Dakota for 80th Sturgis Motorcycle Rally; Georgia School District Quarantines 260 Students and Eight Teachers after First Week of School; Air India Plane Crashes in Kerala after Skidding Off Runway; Mexico Now Has Third Highest Global COVID-19 Death Toll; U.S. Treasury Department Sanctions Hong Kong Officials; Trump Issues Orders Banning TikTok and WeChat. Aired 5-6a ET
• President Trump to Give Press Conference on Possible Executive Action on Economic Stimulus; Former Chairman of the Council of Economic Advisers Austan Goolsbee Interviewed on How Government Action Can Help Struggling U.S. Economy; Charitable Organization Distributes Food in Los Angeles; New York Governor Andrew Cuomo to Allow Schools to Reopen; Georgia High School Student Temporarily Suspended for Tweeting Picture of Crowded School Hallway; Doctor States Obesity May Reduce Effectiveness of Coronavirus Vaccine. Aired 2-3p ET
• Stimulus Talks Break Down, Negotiators Walk Away Without Deal; NYC Schools Cleared For In-Person Classes This Fall; Florida Reports 8,425 New Coronavirus Cases, 182 New Deaths; Bikers Gather In South Dakota For 80th Sturgis Motorcycle Rally; Reimposed Restrictions Credited For Arizona's Downward Trend; School Districts Across U.S. Weigh Reopening; Protests Erupt In Beirut Over Deadly Explosion. Aired 11a-12p ET
• Massive Biker Rally Going On Despite Objections From Most Locals; Picture Of Crowded Hallway Raises Concerns As Schools Reopen; Biden Expected To Announce Vice President Pick Soon; Mayor Carlos Gimenez (R), Miami-Dade County, Discusses Rising Coronavirus Cases, Lag In Testing; Trump To Sign Executive Orders After Stimulus Talks Break Down. Aired 3-4p ET
• Trump Threatens Executive Action If No Deal Is Reached; U.S. Nearing Five Million COVID Cases, Death Toll Passes 161,000; Around 260 Students, Eight Teachers Quarantined After Georgia Reopens Schools; Dems, WH Locked In Stalemate Over New Stimulus Plan; Biden's Relationship With Obama Offers A Guide To His V.P. Search; Protests Erupt In Beirut Over Deadly Explosion. Aired 12-1p ET
• Stimulus Breakdown: Negotiators Walk Away Without Deal; Struggling Families Get Food, School Supplies At Drive-Thru Event; NYC Schools Cleared For In-Person Classes This Fall; Georgia Teachers Protest Plan To Return In-Person Learning; Children Hospitalized For COVID Need ICU Care At Same Rate As Adults; Bikers Gather In South Dakota For 80th Sturgis Motorcycle Rally; U.S. Intel's Top Election Official: China Doesn't Want Trump To Win, Russia Working Against Biden. Aired 1-2p ET
• Trump Holds News Conference As U.S. Nears Five Million Coronavirus Cases; Trump Announces Executive Orders After Stimulus Talks Break Down. Aired 4-5p ET
• Trump Signs Executive Orders After Stimulus Talks Break Down; Fears As Bikers Rally Expects 250K People Without Mask, Distancing Rules; Fear Of New Spikes Ahead In Arizona; Teachers In Georgia's Largest School District Staging A Protest; Biden Holds Lead Over Trump In Polls As Election Nears; The Testing Crisis: What 20 Experts Say They Need From Government. Aired 8-9p ET
• Trump Signs Four Executive Orders, Including $400 In Enhanced Federal Unemployment Benefits; Trump Abruptly Ends Briefing After Reporter Asks Why He Falsely Claims To Have Passed Veterans' Choice; Around 250K Expected At Motorcycle Rally In SD As Nation Battles Pandemic; Schools Prepare To Reopen As Nation Nears Five Million COVID Cases. Aired 5-6p ET
• Trump Signs Executive Actions After Stimulus Talks Break Down; U.S. Food Banks Face Shortages As Demand Surges; US COVID-19 Deaths Rise For Fifth Straight Week; Foreign Policy Gives U.S. Lowest Score For Fact-Based Communication; Biden Narrows Down VP List With Convention Just Days Away; Ohio Governor And Wife Test Negative For COVID-19; FBI Testing Ballistic Evidence From Inside Breonna Taylor's Home. Aired 9-10p ET
• Trump Signs Executive Orders After Stimulus Talks Break Down; 250K Expected At Motorcycle Rally In South Dakota As Nation Battles Pandemic; Interview With San Antonio Mayor Ron Nirenberg (I). Aired 6- 7p ET
• President Donald Trump Signs Stimulus Provisions After Capitol Hill Talks Break Down; Adds $400 Per Week In Unemployment Benefits, Asking States To Provide 25 Percent; Biker Rally Draws Large Crowd As U.S. Nears 5 Million Virus Cases; Food Banks Struggle To Meet Growing Need Across The U.S.; Florida Reports Sixth Day This Month Of 120 Plus Single Day Deaths. Aired 7-8p ET


August 07, 2020
• Anger Growing Over Reports Of Ignored Warnings On Beirut's Explosion; A Bride Shared Her Experience In The Beirut's Explosion; President Trump Says Vaccine Possible Before Election Day; Investigating Russia's Rapid Testing And Vaccine Claims; Dr. Gupta Guides Us Through Best Masks Practices; President Trump Sign Order Banning TikTok, WeChat In 45 Days; Clips Of Beirut's Blast Survivor As They Recall The Moment; Outrage Seen in Lebanon; Emmanuel Macron Visits Blast Site; Port Officials to Answer Tuesday's Blast; Coronavirus Not Done Yet; South Africa's Coronavirus Tops in Africa. Aired 3-4a ET
• Growing Anger as Protestors Demand Accountability; Community Bands Together to Begin Rebuilding after Blast; International Offers of Aid Pouring into Lebanon; CDC Warns 9 U.S. Cities of Rise in COVID- 19 Infections; New Model: U.S. Death Toll Could Reach 300,000 by December; Trump Signs Order Banning TikTok, WeChat in 45 Days; Trump Says Vaccine Could Be Ready by Election Day; Woman Plays Piano Surrounded by Debris from Blast. Aired 12-1a ET
• Macron: Aid To Lebanon Will Have "Full Transparency"; International Offers Of Aid Pouring Into Lebanon; White House Advisers Urge The Public To Wear Masks; New Model: U.S. Death Toll Could Reach 300,000 By December; Moment of Blast Captured on Church Camera; Anger Growing over Reports of Ignored Warnings; Trump Signs Order Banning TikTok, WeChat in 45 Days; India Surpasses Two Million COVID-19 Cases; Germany Adopts Massive Testing Plan for Tourists; Message of Hope. Aired 1-2a ET
• Anger Growing Over Reports Of Ignored Warnings; Amnesty International Calls For Global Aid, Investigation; Investigating Russia's Rapid Test And Vaccine Claims; Germany Adopts Massive Testing Plan For Tourists; India Surpasses Two Million COVID-19 Cases; President Donald Trump Signs Order Banning TikTok, WeChat in 45 Days; There is Growing Anger as Protesters in Beirut Demand for an International Investigation to the Deadly Explosion; Community Take Steps to Begin Rebuilding Beirut; International Aid are Pouring into Lebanon; Coronavirus Ravages the United States; President Trump Says Vaccine Might Be Ready by Election Day. Aired 2-3a ET
• New Projection Shows Nearly 300,000 in U.S. Could Die From Virus By December; Gov. Andrew Cuomo (D-NY) Expected to Announce Decision on New York Schools Today; Economic Stimulus Discussions on Brink of Collapse. Aired 10-10:30a ET
• Lebanese Media Says 16 Port Workers Detained in Investigation; Beirut's Governor Says 300,000 People Lost Their Homes; Anger Grows as Officials Investigate Deadly Blast; Fauci: U.S. Positivity Upticks a Predictor of Trouble; U.S. Cases Rise as People Attend Crowed Events; Trump Signs Order Banning TikTok, WeChat in 45 Days. Aired 4-4:30a ET
• Captain of Ship that Carried Ammonium Nitrate Speaks Out; Top Port and Customs Officials Have Bank Accounts Frozen; Community Bands Together to Rebuild After Blast; Concerns About Corruption Amid International Aid Offers; U.S. Lifts Its Global Level 4 Travel Advisory; Germany Mandates Tests for Travelers from High Risk Areas; Beirut Survivors Recall Blast's Terrifying Moment. Aired 4:30-5a ET
• Georgia Teachers Protest School Reopening Plan; Pandemic Threatens Generation of Women; New York State Schools to Reopen. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• New Report: Up to 40M Americans could be Evicted by End of Year; Amid Tension with N. Korea and Iran, Trump Advisers Hesitated to Give Military Options Over Fears He Might Start War; Rep. Ruben Gallego is Interviewed about Donald Trump, U.S. Troops in Germany, China Apps and Mail-in Voting; U.S. to Withdraw Nearly 12,000 Troops from Germany; Trump Issues Exec. Order Banning TikTok and WeChat in 45 Days; Postmaster General Says election Main will not be Slow Down; Biden Fires Back after Trump Accuses Him of Being "Against God"; Biden Clarifies Remarks about Black and Latino Voters. Aired 9:30-10p ET
• New Model Showing Almost 70,000 Fewer Deaths by December If Most People Wear Masks; Dr. Anne Rimoin & Dr. Susan Butler-Wu Discuss Number of COVID Tests Down in 29 States as Death Toll Rises, DeWine False-Positive, Accuracy of Rapid Tests; WHO: COVID Cases Up Globally Among Younger People; CDC Warns Not to Wear Masks with Vents or Valves; Economic Stimulus Talks on Brink of Collapse; 1.8 Million Jobs Added in July But Recovery Is Losing Momentum; Florida Governor Pushes for Return of School Sports Amid Pandemic. Aired 11-11:30a ET
• Pandemic Threatens to Set Back Generation of Women; Mnuchin Says He'll Advise Trump to Take Executive Action after Stimulus Offer Rejected; Biden Fires Back after Trump Falsely Claims He's Against God and Bible; At Least 66 NFL Players Skipping Season. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• Florida Governor Pushes for Return of School Sports Amid Pandemic; Long-Term Lingering Effects of COVID Alarm Scientists, Survivors; Governor Cuomo Authorizes All N.Y. School Districts to Reopen; Arizona Public Health Association Executive Director, Will Humble, Discusses Former Hot Spot Arizona Seeing New Cases Decline, What Other States Can Learn. Aired 11:30a-12p ET
• Coronavirus Pandemic; Trump Attacks Biden On Religion And Race; Brent Scowcroft, Prominent Elder Statesman Has Died. Aired 12:30-1p ET
• 1.8 Million Jobs Created in July, But Recovery Losses Momentum; Dozens of Georgia Teachers Protest Return to In-Person Teaching; Some Labs in Miami-Dade County Taking More Than 8 days for Test Results; New Projection: Nearly 300,000 in the U.S. Could Die from Coronavirus By December; Economic Stimulus Discussions on Brink of Collapse; President Trump Considering Executive Action on Economic Relief. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• KC Health Official: Afraid Death Projections Are "Way Under"; Coronavirus Cases Trending Down In 26 States; Governor Andrew Cuomo Announces "All School Districts Can Open"; Testing Snags Persist Across U.S.; Stimulus Talks On Brink Of Collapse As August Recess Looms. Aired 12-12:30p ET
• A Death Nearly Every Minute, the Lives Lost to Coronavirus; Fear as Bikers Rally Expects 250,000 People without Mask Rule; Postmaster General Says, Election Mail will not be Slowed Down. Aired 1-1:30p ET
• Interview with Former Democratic Senate Majority Leader, Harry Reid; Update on Coronavirus Response from Around the Country; Rep. Mark Walker, (R-NC), Discusses His Call for Jerry Falwell Jr to Resign from Liberty University After Posting Photo with Pants Unzipped, Trump's Comment that Biden Will "Hurt God". Aired 1:30-2p ET
• Economic Stimulus Discussions On Brink Of Collapse; Trump Issues Executive Order Banning TikTok And WeChat in 45 days; Court: House Can Subpoena Ex-White House Counsel Don McGahn To Testify; 66 Players Opt-Out Of NFL Season Over COVID-19 Concerns; Markakis Hits Walk-Off Home Run after Opting Into Season. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• Student's Suspension Reversed over Picture of Crowded Hallways; Rod Bradley, Meade County Board of Commissioners Vice Chairman & Hotel Owner, Discusses this Weekends' Motorcycle Rally in Sturgis, South Dakota, Precautions He's Taking; S.E. Cupp Responses to Criticism on Editorial Saying She'll Vote Based on Biden's V.P. Pick. Aired 2:30-3p ET
• US Deaths Surpass 1,200 In A Day For Third Day In Row; All New York School Districts Authorized To Open For In-Person Learning; 1.8 Million Jobs Added In July; Stronger Than Expected; American's View Of The Virus Depends On What They Watch; Biden Under Fire For Remarks Suggesting Of Black Diversity. Aired 2-2:30p ET


August 06, 2020
• Massive Explosion Took 135 Souls; Justice Will be Served; Port Officials Arrested; Beirut's Economy in Quagmire; Investigators Focusing On How Chemical Detonated In Beirut's Explosion; International Community Sends Emergency Aid To Lebanon; Some Of The Aftermath Of Beirut's Explosion; Social Media Giants Take Action Against President Trump; Students And Staff Test Positive As Schools Reopen; Dozens Of COVID-19 Vaccines In Trials Around The World; Latin America And The Caribbean Top Five Million Cases; Japan Marks 75th Anniversary Of Hiroshima Bombing. Aired 3-4a ET
• Beirut Port Officials Warned of Volatile Chemicals Since 2014; Government Minister: Every Business in the City Impacted; 300,000 Residents Displaced From Their Homes; Blast Linked to Chemicals Stored in Port Warehouse; Fauci Expects Millions of Vaccine Doses by Early 2021; Students and Staff Test Positive as Schools Reopen; Florida Hospitals Struggle to Keep Up as COVID-19 Cases Rise. Aired 4-4:30a ET
• Fauci Says, Positivity Rates a Predictor of Trouble Ahead; Top GOP Senator Pushes Back on Trump's Unsubstantiated Mail-In Voting Claims; Nearly 7 Million U.S. Students Starting School Year Online. Aired 10-10:30a ET
• Customs Officials in Beirut Warned of Volatile Chemicals Since 2014; Huge Crater is All that Remains of Port Warehouse; Lebanon's Teetering Economy Further Threatened by Blast; Tel Aviv City Hall Lights Up as Lebanese Flag in Solidarity; Israel Offer Lebanon Humanitarian and Medical Aid; L.A. Mayor Says People Hosting Large Gatherings Could Have Water and Electricity Shut Off; Twitter and Facebook Take Action Against Trump; Germany Records 1,000 Cases in a Single Day. Aired 4:30-5a ET
• 135 Killed, Crews Search for Many Still Missing; Deadly Blast is the Latest Crisis to Strike Lebanon; Americans Experience Food Insecurity as Crisis Deepens; Trump Pushes Schools to Reopen, Says Virus is 'Going Away'; Tel Aviv City Hall Lights Up as Lebanese Flag in Solidarity. Aired 12-1a ET
• Lebanese Government Orders House Arrest of Port Officials; 300K Beirut Residents Displaced; Students and Staff Test Positive as Schools Reopen; Victoria Reports 15 Deaths on Third Day of Lockdown. Aired 2-3a ET
• Ohio Governor Tests Positive Hours before Scheduled to Greet Trump; Infected GOP Congressman says, He Tested Only after Slight Temperature Uptick; New York Sues to Dissolve NRA, Alleges Widespread Fraud. Aired 1-1:30p ET
• Push for a Stimulus Deal; Beirut's Aftermath from the Explosion; Trump Jr. Opposes Alaska Mine; Trump Slams NBA Players. Aired 9:30-10a ET
• Interview With Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand (D-NY); Students Start Returning to Schools; Ohio Governor Tests Positive For COVID-19. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• Georgia Surpasses 200k Confirmed COVID-19 Cases; Florida Governor Asks Judge to Dismiss Lawsuit Over School Reopening Plans; Los Angeles Mayor Approves Utility Shutoffs for Party Houses. Aired 9- 9:30a ET
• Dr. Birx Warns 9 Cities, Parts of California about Increasing Positivity Rates; Dr. Fauci: Rising Positivity Rates a "Predictor of Trouble Ahead"; L.A. Mayor Says Residents Who Hold Parties in Their Houses Could Have Power, Water Shut Off; Dr. Jorge Rodriguez Discusses Fauci's Warnings on Virus Spread, Need for Rapid Testing; 250,000 Expected at South Dakota Motorcycle Rally Amid Pandemic; Dr. Benjamin Aaker Discusses Concerns over Sturgis Motorcycle Rally Amid Pandemic; Update on Coronavirus Responses from Around the Country. Aired 11- 11:30a ET
• Dr. Anthony Fauci: "All Or None" Mentality On Reopening Isn't Helpful; Dr. Anthony Fauci: U.S. Needs Coronavirus Baseline Around "A Thousand Or Two Rather Than 20,000"; New York Attorney General Sues To Dissolve The NRA; Joe Biden Says He Is Briefed On Pandemic At Least Four Times A Week; Stimulus Talk Stalked. Aired 12-12:30p ET
• Rep. Steny Hoyer, (D-MD) Discusses Negotiations on Stimulus Package, Trump Threatening Executive Action if No Deal; College Football Players, Hunter Reynolds & Benjamin St.-Juste, Discuss Big 10 Football Players Demanding Better Safety Protocols from NCAA; Epic Devastation after Explosion Rocks Lebanon's Capitol. Aired 11:30a-12p ET
• Trump Talks Economy in Ohio; Long Beach Mayor Loses Mom to COVID, Stepdad on Ventilator; "Represented" Highlights 100 Years of Woman's Suffrage; Michelle Obama Says She's Dealing with Low Grade Depression. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• 62 of Nation's 101 Largest School Districts to Start Year Online; Calls to End Racial Inequality in Corporate Leadership; "On The Trail" Starts Streaming Today on HBO Max. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• 300,000 Residents Displaced from their Homes; Deadly Blast is the Latest Crisis to Strike Lebanon; Republicans with Trump Ties Help West's Bid for President. Aired 1-2a ET
• New York Sues to Dissolve NRA Alleging Widespread Fraud; White House Sets Friday Stimulus Deadline, Sides "Trillions" Apart; Updates on Coronavirus Response Around the Country; Deutsche Bank Gives Up Trump's Financial Records to New York Prosecutors; Facebook & Twitter Penalize Trump Campaign Video for "Misinformation" on Pandemic; Michelle Obama: I'm Depressed over Injustice, Trump's Hypocrisy; Ohio Governor Tests Positive Hours Before Scheduled to Meet Trump. Aired 1:30-2p ET
• Ohio Governor Tests Positive Hours Before Scheduled to Greet Trump; 62 of Largest School Districts Starting School Remotely; GA School Nurse Quits Over COVID Fears Amid Crowded Hallways; Fauci: We're Investigating How Long Virus Can Remain in Air; FL Gov. Says It's OK to Hug with PPE Despite Medical Warnings. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• Lebron James Laughs Off Trump's Criticism of NBA Players Taking a Knee; Ald. Cavalier Johnson, (D-Milwaukee) & President, Milwaukee Common Council, Discusses GOP Helping Kanye West Get on Wisconsin Ballot to Hurt Biden; Beirut Bride Describes Moment Blast Hit in CNN Interview; CNN Film, "On the Trail: Inside the 2020 Primaries," Follows CNN Female Correspondents, Reporters, Embeds Covering Election. Aired 2:30-3p ET
• 1.2 Million Americans File For Unemployment; Ohio Gov. Mike DeWine Tests Positive For The Coronavirus; Trump Debate Demands. Aired 12:30-1p ET


August 05, 2020
• Casualties Piling from Beirut's Explosion; Chemicals Stuck for Years in Warehouse; Lebanese Hospitals Asking for Assistance; President Trump with His Own Assessment; Dozens Dead, Thousands Wounded In Beirut Explosion; In An Interview Of President Trump, He Insist COVID-19 Outbreak Is Under Control; U.S. Schools Wrestle With How And When To Reopen; Several COVID-19 Vaccines Now In Clinical Trials; Uncertainty Over How Much Protection Antibodies Offer. Aired 3-4a ET
• Dozen Dead, Thousands Wounded in Beirut Explosion; Trump Insists Virus is Under Control, But It's Not; Trump Suggests Administration Doing All It Can to Control Virus. Aired 4-4:30a ET
• Source Familiar with Trump's First Task Force Meeting Since April, He still Doesn't Get Severity of Pandemic; Democratic Senators Want More Election Security Info Made Public; Several COVID-19 Cases Reported at Georgia Schools as Classes Resume. Aired 10-10:30a ET
• Beirut Explosion Rocks Lebanon's Capital City; Trump on Rising Death Toll: "It Is What it Is"; Mexico Announces Plan for School; At Least 78 Killed in Massive Explosion in Beirut; U.S. Delegation to Arrive in Taiwan in Coming Days. Aired 12-1a ET
• At Least 100 Dead, 4,000 Wounded in Beirut Explosion; CNN Bureau Witnesses Explosion First-Hand; Lebanese Red Cross Sets Up Multiple Shelters in Beirut; Lebanon Concerned After Trump Calls Explosion an "Attack"; Israel Offers Humanitarian Assistance to Lebanon; U.S. Delegation to Arrive in Taiwan in Coming Days. Aired 4:30-5a ET
• Aid Agency: Children Unaccounted for After Beirut Blast; Trump Insists "Virus is Under Control," But It's Not; U.S. Schools Wrestle with How and When to Reopen; U.S. Delegation To Arrive In Taiwan In Coming Days; Latin America And The Caribbean Top 5 Million Cases; Brazil Teacher Brings Hugs To Students. Aired 2-3a ET
• Gov. Andy Beshear (D-KY) is Interviewed about Mail-in Voting, Education, Stimulus; Bruit Hit by Huge Explosion; Defense Officials Dispute Trump's Claim of Beirut Attack; Arizona Pushes for Schools to Reopen. Aired 9:30-10a
• Trump Falsely Claims Children Are "Almost Immune" to Coronavirus; Homeless Americans Among Most Vulnerable in Pandemic; At Least 100 Dead, Hundreds Still Missing After Beirut Explosion; Major University Cancels Football in 2020. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• Dozens Dead, Thousands Wounded in Beirut Explosion; U.S. Death Toll Nears 157,000 with 4.7 Million+ Cases; U.N. Chief: "Generational Catastrophe" Over Education; Schools Wrestle with How and When to Reopen; Australia Deploys Military Personnel to Enforce Stay-at-Homme Orders in State of Victoria; At least 78 Killed in Massive Explosion in Beirut; Trump Insists Pandemic is Under Control in U.S.; Some Americans Ignore Guidance to Avoid Large Gatherings; Beirut Marks Day of Mourning after Tuesday's Deadly Blast. Aired 1-2a ET
• Source: Trump Still Doesn't Get Severity of Pandemic; Georgia Second-Grader Tests Positive after 1st Day of School; Dr. Leana Wen Discusses Trump Falsely Claiming Children Are "Almost Immune" to Coronavirus; Update on Coronavirus Responses Around the Country; Trump Campaign Sues Nevada over Main-In Ballot Expansion; Trump Says He May Deliver Convention Speech from White House. Aired 11-11:30a ET
• New Documentary Examines 2020 Presidential Campaign; Beirut Explosion Aftermath; Trump's Shifting Positions on Mail-In Voting; Some Schools Start Reopening. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• Fauci: U.S. Has Suffered "As Much or Worse Than Anyone"; Trump Falsely Claims Virus "Going Away" in Push to Reopen Schools; NYC to Set Up "Quarantine Checkpoints" for Out-of-State Drivers; Former Mask Skeptic Issues Warning After Month-Long COVID Battle. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• Coronavirus Stimulus Bill; 2020 Election; Moderna Is Pricing Coronavirus Vaccine; Aired 12:30-1p ET
• Positivity Rate Trending Up In Over 30 States; Florida Eclipses 500,000 Coronavirus Cases; President Donald Trump Falsely Asserts Children "Almost Immune" From COVID-19; Joe Biden No Longer Expected To Travel To Milwaukee To Accept Nomination; Mail-In Voting Early Test In Washington Primaries. Aired 12-12:30p ET
• Trump Falsely Claims Children are "Almost Immune" to Coronavirus; Trump "Still Doesn't Get" Pandemic Severity; Florida Governor Suggests Allowing Visitors with Antibodies At Nursing Homes; Makeshift Facilities Open to Take Pressure Off Texas Hospitals; Trump Campaign Sues Nevada Over Mail-In Ballot Expansion. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• At Least 135 Dead, Dozens Missing After Huge Blast in Beirut; U.S. Defense Chief Says Most Believe Blast an Accident; Iowa Teacher Pushing for Masks in Schools Sends His Mock Obit to The Governor; Sally Yates Says Neither Obama Nor Biden Tried to Influence Flynn Investigation; Trump Again Blasts Mail-In Voting Despite Endorsing It for Florida; Kids Pack Hallway Without Masks in Georgia School. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• Massive Beirut Explosion Kills at Least 100, Hundreds Missing; Trump Claims Beirut Explosion Was an "Attack"; Biden Not Expected to Accept Democratic Nomination in Milwaukee; Georgia Teacher Resigns after Being Forced to Work at School While Students Go Virtual; "Mulan" Finally Heading to Disney Plus after Delays; CNN's "On the Trail" Streams Tomorrow on HBO Max. Aired 11:30a-12p ET
• Source Says, Trump Still Doesn't Get Pandemic's Severity; CNN's Gupta Interviews Fauci As U.S. Death Toll Surpasses 157,000. Aired 1- 1:30p ET
• Dr. Sanjay Gupta Interviews Dr. Anthony Fauci. Aired 1:30-2p ET
• Follow-Up Fact-Check: Trump Campaign's Claims On Nevada Mail-In Voting; Outrage After Viral Picture Shows Crowded School Hallway In Georgia; Beirut Death Toll Rises To 135, Dozens Missing; Trump Claims Beirut Explosion Was From An "Attack". Aired 2:30-3p ET


August 04, 2020
• U.S. Facing New Phase in COVID; Trump Wants to See School Back to Normal; Melbourne Follows Victoria's Strict Measures; One Dies Every Seven Minutes in Iran; Thousands Lost Power in North Carolina; Researchers in Britain Says Second Wave of Coronavirus can be Prevented; Germany Reopened Its Schools; Mexico Faces Problems with School's Online Learning; Arizona Couples Acquired COVID-19 After Ignoring Social Distancing And Masks; Most Brazilian Health Officials Not Using Unproven Drug Sent From United States; North Korea Claims It's COVID-Free And Working On Vaccine; Former Spanish King Leaves Country Amid Financial Scandal; President Trump Sets Deadline For TikTok Purchase; Vietnam Tourist Spots Becomes A Ghost Town; Socially Distance Service In Egypt. Aired 3-4a ET
• WHO: Virus Impact Will Be With Us For Decades; COVID "Out Of Control" Across Much Of The U.S.; Schools Open, Questions Remain; Toughest Measures Yet In Peacetime For Australia; Vietnam: Calm Then Storm Of COVID Cases; Arizona Couple Gets Virus after Ignoring Social Distancing; Hurricane Isaias Makes Landfall in North Carolina; Philippine Capital Returning to Modified Lockdown; Leaked Video Shows Details of George Floyd's Arrest; U.S. Judge Describes Son's Final Moments before Ambush; Vogue Honors Activists. Aired 1-2a ET
• Rate of New Deaths Trending Up in 30 U.S. States; Most Brazilians Not Using Unproven Drug Sent from U.S.; Australian State of Victoria Declares State of Disaster; Mexico to Start Schools Online in Three Weeks; Indiana Student Sent Home from School with COVID-19; Iran: One Person Dies of COVID-19 Every 7 Minutes; North Korea Clams It's COVID-Free & Working on Vaccine; Hurricane Isaias Makes Landfall in North Carolina; Former Spanish King Leaves Country Amid Financial Scandal; Trump Sets September 15 Deadline for TikTok Purchase; Vibrant Central London Now Quiet Due to COVID-19. Aired 12-1a ET
• Trump Says U.S. "Doing Very Well" As Deaths Rise in 30 States; Fauci Says Asymptomatic Community Spread Driving New Phase; Dr. Birx: U.S. Outbreak Extraordinarily Widespread; Isaias Downgraded to Tropical Storm after Landfall; Melbourne Faces New Restrictions as Outbreak Grows; Brazil Reports More than 16,000 New Infections; Iran: One Person Dies of COVID-19 Every Seven Minutes; Outbreak Turns Vietnamese Resort City into Ghost Town. Aired 4-4:30a ET
• Trump Slams Top Health Expert After She Issues Virus Warnings; Postal Service: Ample Capacity To Handle Mail-In Ballots; Leaked Video Shows Details Of George Floyd's Arrest; Northern Irish Nobel Laureate John Hume Dies At 83; Vibrant Central London Now Quiet Due To COVID- 19; Rate of New Deaths Trending Up in 30 U.S. States; Trump Attacks Birx for Warning Virus Is "Extraordinarily Widespread;" Australian State of Victoria Declares State of Disaster; Hurricane Isaias Makes Landfall in North Carolina; Most Brazilians Not Using Unproven Drug Sent from U.S.; Parents Form "Pandemic Pods" to Teach Kids in a Bubble. Aired 2-3a ET
• Trump Says, It is What It is as U.S. Death Toll Passes 155,000; Sources Say, White House, Top Democrats Nowhere Near Deal on Stimulus Bill. Aired 10-10:30a ET
• Arizona Couple Gets Virus After Ignoring Social Distancing; Trump Sets September 15 Deadline for TikTok Purchase; Nevada Approves Plan to Mail Ballots to Voters; Trump Slams Universal Mail-In Voting, Again; Leaked Video From George Floyd's Arrest; NFL Struggling with Virus Even Before Season Starts; Baseball Season Threatened by Virus Outbreaks. Aired 4:30-5a ET
• Trump on 155,000 Americans Dying of Virus, It Is What It Is; Trump Dismisses John Lewis' Legacy, He Didn't Come to My Inauguration; Study Shows Decline in Patients Diagnosed with Cancer During COVID. Aired 1-1:30p ET
• Stimulus Bill Not Close to a Deal; Leaked Video Reveals Floyd's Arrest; Rep. Adam Kinzinger (R-IL) is Interviewed about Mail-in Voting, Stimulus and Russia; . Aired 9:30-10a
• President Donald Trump Says Pandemic Is Under Control As Positivity Rates Rise In 33 States; 27 States Reporting An Increase In New Deaths; President Donald Trump: Other Countries Having Big Spikes In Coronavirus Cases; Trump Says He Has "A Lot Of Respect" For Birx After Attacking Her; Court Filing Suggests Wide-Ranging Investigations Into Trump. Aired 12-12:30p ET
• Beirut Explosion; President Trump in Denial Over Coronavirus Pandemic?. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• Trump Says "It is What It is" as U.S. Death Toll Passes 155,000; Trump on John Lewis: "He Didn't Attend My Inauguration;" Georgia Reopens Coronavirus Field Hospital in Atlanta; Two Teenagers in Florida Die from COVID-19 Complications; Futures Down Slightly Amid Stimulus Negotiations. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• Trump Falsely Claims Virus is "Under Control" as Death Toll Rises; Video of Jonathan Swan's Interview with Trump; Trump Denies Virus Reality. Aired 11-11:30a ET
• Nurse Survives Heart, Lung Failure in 117 Day Fight With COVID; Leaked Video Reveals New Details of George Floyd's Fatal Arrest; Pelosi Says Stimulus Price She Will Settle for Is $3.4 Trillion. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• Coronavirus Pandemic; Massive Explosion Hits Beirut Port; Five States Holding 2020 Primary Today. Aired 12:30-1p ET
• Nevada Becomes 8th State Moving Toward Mail-In Ballots for November Election; State Senate Majority Leader, Nicole Cannizzaro, (D-NV), Discusses Mail-In Ballots, Trump's Opposition; Update on Coronavirus Responses Across the Country; Dr. Edith Bracho-Sanchez Discusses Startling Similarities Between Anti-Maskers and Anti- Vaxxers. Aired 11:30a-12p ET
• Kansas City Mayor: Put On A Damn Mask; Trumps Continues Claims Of Mail-In Voting Fraud, Without Evidence; College Football Star Opts Out Of Senior Season Citing Deep Concerns Over Coronavirus. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• Trump Demands Schools Open While Dismissing The Science; Teacher Decides To Retire Rather Than Return To Classroom; Update On Coronavirus Responses Around The Country; Massive Explosion Rocks Beirut; San Francisco: From Early COVID Success To Hotspot. Aired 1:30-2p ET
• Trump Makes False Claims About U.S. Testing, Death Rates; Trump Defends Holding Tulsa Rally By Touting T.V. Ratings; Teachers, Students & Parents Protest Reopening Schools. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• Fact-Check On Trump Comparing U.S. To Other Nations On Pandemic; Trump Reverses Himself On Mail-In Voting But Only In Florida; Interview With Trump 2020 Campaign Senior Advisor, Mercedes Schlapp. Aired 2:30-3p ET


August 03, 2020
• Victoria, Australia Enacts New Lockdown Measures; Kurds Displaced And Helpless Since U.S. Forces Abandoned Them; Retired Nurse Answers Call To Help During Outbreak; CDC Forecast 19,000 Americans to Die of COVID-19 in Three Weeks; Tropical Storm Isaias Nearing Florida and Heading Towards the Carolinas; Thousands Evacuate in Southern California Wildfire; Microsoft in Talks to Purchase TikTok; New Role for Anthony Tata in Pentagon; White House and Lawmakers Resume Stimulus Talks; Victoria, Australia Declares State of Disaster. Aired 2-3a ET
• Dr. Birx: U.S. in 'New Phase' with More Widespread Cases; Analyzing Importance of T Cells in Virus Treatments; Tropical Storm Isaias Off Coast of Florida; Victoria, Australia, Enacts Strict New Lockdown Measures; NASA Astronauts Splash Down in SpaceX Capsule; Brazil Reporting More Than 94,000 Coronavirus Deaths; Renters Fear Eviction as Unemployment Bonus Ends; India Surpasses 1.8 Million COVID Infections; Trump Places Failed Pentagon Nominee in Another Post; Kurds Displaced & Helpless Since U.S. Forces Abandoned Them. Aired 12- 1a ET
• Lawmakers Working on Stimulus Package; Germans Protests Amid a Pandemic; No Warning for Muslims; Trump Bans Chinese Companies; SpaceX's Mission Accomplished; Dr. Deborah Birx with Stark Warning; Leadership Matters in a Pandemic; Tropical Storm Isaias on Its Way to the East Coast; Florida Facing Two Huge Challenges; Australia Under Strict Lockdown. Aired 3-4a ET
• U.S. East Coast On Alert For Tropical Storm Isaias; Microsoft In Talks To Buy TikTok; No Agreement On $600 Monthly Relief Package; Trump Begins Election Roadblock Tactics; Hurricane Watches Issued as Isaias Heads Toward Carolinas; Dr. Birx: U.S. in New Phase with More Widespread Cases; Brazil Reporting More than 94,000 Coronavirus Deaths; U.K. Orders Strict Lockdown Hours before Muslim Holiday; India Says it Has Surpassed 1.8 Million Cases; NASA Astronauts Splash Down in SpaceX Capsule. Aired 1-2a ET
• Dr. Birx: U.S. in New Phase with More Widespread Cases; Warnings Extended as Storm Isaias Moves Along U.S. East Coast; California Wildfire Forces Thousands from Their Homes; Australia's Sate of Victoria Imposing New Restrictions; "Major Incident" Declared in Greater Manchester. Aired 4-4:30a ET
• U.S. Nearing 4.7 Million Cases, Almost 155,000 Deaths; $600 Unemployment Benefit Expires, No Agreement on New Relief Bill. Aired 10-10:30a ET
• Microsoft Pushing Ahead with Talks to Purchase TikTok; U.S. Lawmakers to Resume Talks with White House; Some Renters Fear Eviction as Unemployment Bonus Ends; Brazil Reporting More Than 94,000 Coronavirus Deaths; Brazilian President Keeps Downplaying Threat of Pandemic; Kurds Displaced and Helpless Since U.S. Forces Abandoned Them; Baseball Player opts Out of Season Without Alerting Team; NASA Astronauts Splash Down in SpaceX Capsule. Aired 4:30-5a ET
• Trump Attacks Birx for First Time as She Warns of New Outbreaks; Virus Mutations can Have an Effect on Vaccine Development; Trump Speaks after Criticizing Birx over Her COVID Warnings. Aired 1- 1:30p ET
• Hurricane And Tropical Storm Watches And Warnings From Florida to Maine as Tropical Storm Isaias Heads For The U.S.; A Possible Setback for the Largest School District in Georgia After Over 200 Employees Have Either Tested Positive for COVID-19 or Have Been Exposed. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• Oklahoma Teacher on Resuming School; Pentagon Pick Placed in New Role; NYC Sees More Shootings; Peter Navarro is Interviewed about TikTok. Aired 9:30-10a
• California Outbreak; Should Schools Reopen?; Trump Attacks Dr. Birx. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• California Becomes First State with 500,000 Cases; Florida Testing Sites Reopen After Closing Due to Tropical Storm Isaias; Lawmakers Resumes Negotiations Over Coronavirus Relief Bill; Giroir: Arizona and Texas Showing "Downward Trajectory" in COVID-19 Cases; Arizona Congressman Grijalva Tests Positive for COVID-19. Aired 9- 9:30a ET
• No Word on Stimulus Deal as Negotiators Met for 2 Hours; All The Promises Trump Has Made But Not Kept on Health Care; Positive Cases Spark MLB Schedule Changes, New Safety Concerns; MLB Season in Doubt Now; Ohio High School Athletes Must Be Tested Before Playing Sports; 100 Million+ At Risk as Isaias Moves Up East Coast. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• Trump Keeps Pushing Drug Despite Warnings, Task Force Disputing Claims; Trump Task Force Doctors, Scientists Keep Contradicting Him; Rural Areas in U.S. Rising Number of Cases; NYC Sheriff Makes Arrests in Illegal Boat Party Amid Pandemic; Mom Warns After 2-Year-Old Son Infected, Showing All Symptoms; NY Prosecutors Suggest Probe of Trump for Possible Fraud. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• Trump Attacks Dr. Birx for 1st Time After she Issues New Warning about More Widespread Cases in U.S.; 3 Indiana Schools Deal with Cases of COVID-19 as They Reopen; Tech Giant Microsoft in Talks with Trump about Buying TikTok; Graham Brookie Discusses Microsoft Pursuing TikTok, Security Concerns. Aired 11-11:30a ET
• MLB Season In Doubt After Outbreaks On Marlins, Cardinals; Negotiations Stall Between Dems, GOP On Stimulus Package; Biden's Vice Presidential Vetting Narrows To Five Candidates. Aired 12:30-1p ET
• "Reality Check": Still Awaiting Health Care Plan Trump Promised Two Weeks Ago; An Entire Family Infected With COVID, Including Newborn Baby; NJ Federal Judge Speaks Out About Deadly Attack; East Coast Braces For Tropical Storm Isaias. Aired 11:30a-12p ET
• U.S. Records Nearly 1.9 Million Cases In July; President Donald Trump Misleads On Coronavirus As Back-To-Back-School Season Arrives; President Donald Trump Attacks Dr. Birx After She Said Virus Is "Widespread" In U.S.; Trump Campaign, RNC Work To Limit Expansion Of Mail-In Voting; MLB Season In Doubt After Outbreaks On Marlins, Cardinals. Aired 12-12:30p ET
• Trump Holds Press Conference; Dr. Paul Offit Discusses Trump Saying Good News On Therapeutics, Vaccines, Trump Again Touting Hydroxychloroquine; Trump Calls For Firing Of Head Of Tennessee Valley Authority; Birx: U.S. In "New Phase" Of Pandemic, More Widespread Cases; Treasury Secretary: Relief Benefits A Disincentive To Finding Work. Aired 1:30-2p ET
• NY Prosecutors Suggest Probe Of Trump For Possible Fraud; Update On Coronavirus Responses From Around The World; NJ Federal Judge Speaks Out About Deadly Attack; Boston Marathon Bombing Survivor Reacts To Court Vacating Death Penalty For Bomber. Aired 2:30-3p ET


August 02, 2020
• Florida Braces for Possible Hurricane amid Pandemic; Florida Hospitals Prepare for Big Storm amid Pandemic; Negotiators Still Far Apart on New U.S. Stimulus Package; 99th Hurricane on Record to Track through Bahamas; GOP Convention in Charlotte Closed to Press; Trump Claims Mail-in Voting Will Lead to "Rigged" Election; Few Countries Allowing Unrestricted Travel from U.S.; COVID-19 Outbreak a Blow to Paris Tourism Industry. Aired 12-1a ET
• Florida Braces for Possible Hurricane amid Pandemic; Florida Hospitals Prepare for Big Storm amid Pandemic; Negotiators Still Far Apart on New U.S. Stimulus Package; Los Angeles Church Gives Food to Thousands in Need; 99th Hurricane on Record to Track through Bahamas; Phase 3 Trial Begins in U.S. Hopes of Vaccine; "Operation LeGend" Brings Federal Agents into Chicago. Aired 1-2a ET
• Florida Braces for Possible Hurricane amid Pandemic; 99th Hurricane on Record to Track through Bahamas; Negotiators Still Far Apart on New U.S. Stimulus Package; Berlin Protest against Virus Limitations Draws Thousands; TikTok Scoffs at Trump's Ban Threat; Thousands Protest Netanyahu in Jerusalem; China Accused of Violent Victimization of Uyghur Women; Italy Turns Masks into Fashion Statement. Aired 2-3a ET
• Florida Prepares For Big Storm Amid Pandemic; Astronauts Head Home On SpaceX Capsule; New School Year Brings Fears Of Virus Among Kids; U.K. Scores 90 Million In-Development Vaccine Doses; Doctors Observe Many Young People Ignoring Safety Guidance; Hundreds Of California Firefighters Battling Blaze In Scorching Heat; Los Angeles Church Gives Food To Thousands In Need; TikTok Scoffs At Trump's Ban Threat; Thousands Protest Netanyahu In Jerusalem. Aired 3-4a ET
• Florida Prepares For Big Storm Amid Pandemic; Virologist Says U.K. Must Choose Between Pubs Or Schools; TikTok Scoffs At Trump's Ban Threat; NOAA Storm Trackers Now In The Air To Assess Isaias; New School Year Brings Fears Of Virus Among Kids; Australia's State Of Victoria Declares Tight Restrictions. Aired 4-5a ET
• U.S. In New Phase Of Pandemic And Hydroxychloroquine Not A Treatment; Speaker Pelosi Has No Confidence Towards Dr. Deborah Birx; Tropical Storm Isaias Heads Towards Florida And The Carolinas; NASA Astronauts Safely Returns To Earth; Jared Kushner's Secret Plan On National Testing Scrapped; Pres. Trump Suggests Delaying Election; Pentagon Releases UFO Encounter Reports. Aired 5-6p ET
• Dems, White House Locked In Stalemate Over Enhanced Unemployment Benefits; Brix Warns U.S. In "New Phase" Of Pandemic, More Widespread Cases; Pandemic Slows Communication Between Emergency Staff In Florida; Millions Face Crisis As Unemployment Benefits Expire; SpaceX's Crew Dragon Capsule Splashes Down Off Florida Coast. Aired 2-3p ET
• SpaceX Crew Dragon Capsule Splashes Down Off Florida Coast. Aired 3-4p ET
• NASA Astronauts Return To Earth After Historic SpaceX Mission; Nancy Pelosi Says She Has No Confidence In Dr. Deborah Birx; Birx: Cases, Hospitalizations Show "Reassuring" Signs; Dozens Seen Partying At CA Bar As Owners Say Event Meant To "Honor First Responders"; Trump Floats Delaying Election, Which He Has No Authority To Do. Aired 4-5p ET
• Florida Prepares for Big Storm amid Pandemic; U.S. Deaths Top 1,000 for Six Consecutive Days; Millions of Renters Could Face Eviction Later This Year; Los Angeles Church Gives Food to Thousands in Need; Astronauts Head Home on SpaceX Capsule; NASA Looks for Evidence of Ancient Life on Mars. Aired 5-6a ET
• Florida Nears 500,000 Cases as Tropical Storm Disrupts State; Millions Fear Eviction as White House, Democrats in Stalemate Over Stimulus; Negotiations on Stimulus Package Continue as Benefits Expire. Aired 6-7p ET


August 01, 2020
• Trump Campaigns in Florida as COVID-19 Deaths Surge; "The Lancet": False Information about Coronavirus Is Public Health Threat; U.S. Still Sees Debate on Wearing Masks, Social Distancing; Belgium Sees New Cases Jump 91 Percent; Mexico Now Has Third Highest Death Toll; Hong Kong Issues Warrants for Six Activists; No New U.S. Stimulus Package, Extra Jobless Benefit Expires; U.S. Economy Sees Worst Drop on Record; New Postal Policies Raising Concerns about Mail- in Ballots. Aired 2-3a ET
• U.S. Still Sees Debate on Wearing Masks, Social Distancing; "The Lancet": False Information about Coronavirus Is Public Health Threat; Hurricane Hits the Bahamas as COVID-19 Cases Rise; Hong Kong Issues Warrants for Six Activists; Protesters Gather in Downtown Portland, Oregon; Football Star Cesc Fabregas on Career, Family. Aired 3-3:30a ET
• "The Lancet": False Information about Coronavirus Is Public Health Threat; Summer Camp Outbreak a Warning to Schools; Trump Campaigns in Florida as COVID-19 Deaths Surge; Hurricane Hits the Bahamas as COVID-19 Cases Rise; New Postal Policies Raising Concerns about Mail-in Ballots; Massive Global Effort to Find Effective COVID- 19 Treatments; U.K. Ending "Shielding" Guidance for Medically Vulnerable; Hong Kong Issues Warrants for Six Activists; Sports Leagues Innovate to Deal with COVID-19 Crisis. Aired 4-5a ET
• New Jersey Experiencing Increase in Coronavirus Cases; CDC Forecasts 20,000 More Deaths Due to Coronavirus in U.S. by Late August; Coronavirus Outbreak Occurs in Children's Summer Camp in Georgia; Witness in Impeachment Trial of President Trump Lieutenant Colonel Alexander Vindman Retires from U.S. Military; President Trump Attempts to Ban Chinese App TikTok from U.S.; Hurricane Isaias Threatens Landfall in Florida or North Carolina. Aired 10-11a ET
• Trump Campaigns In Florida As COVID-19 Deaths Surge; "The Lancet": False Information About Coronavirus Is Public Health Threat; Summer Camp Outbreak A Warning To Schools; WHO: Over 292K Cases Set New One-Day Record; Hurricane Hits The Bahamas As COVID-19 Cases Rise; U.K. Ending "Shielding" Guidance For Medically Vulnerable; U.S. Still Sees Debate On Wearing Masks, Social Distancing; New York Has Yet To Certify District's Primary Results. Aired 5-6a ET
• White House, Dems Hold Talks On Deal As $600 Unemployment Benefit Expires; Hurricane Warnings Issued For Part Of Florida Amid Pandemic; Hundreds Infected At Georgia Camp In Just Days; Trump Warns He Will Ban Video App Tiktok From U.S.; MLB Season In Doubt After More Positive Tests. Aired 11a-12p ET
• CDC Forecasts 20,000 More Deaths Due To Coronavirus In U.S. By Late August; Enhanced Unemployment Benefits Expire As Congress Continues Negotiations Regarding Economic Stimulus Package; Hurricane Isaias Threatens U.S. East Coast From Florida To Maine; Miami-Dade County Mayor Carlos Gimenez (R) Is Interviewed On Sheltering Due To Hurricane During Coronavirus Pandemic; New Jersey Governor Warns Of Increasing Cases Of Coronavirus. Aired 2-3p ET
• Hurricane Isaias Barrels Towards Florida, Landfall Possible Tomorrow; Red Cross Won't Staff Evacuation Shelters In Miami-Dade; White House, Democrats Hold Talks On Deal As $600 Unemployment Benefit Expires; CDC: Hundreds Infected At Georgia Camp In Just Days; Trump Floats Delaying Election Despite Lack Of Authority To Do So; Battle Between Feds And Chicago Over Gun Violence. Aired 12-1p ET
• Florida Braces For Hurricane Amid COVID-19 Surge; Trump Downplays Virus Threat In Visit To Hard-Hit Florida; L.A. Food Banks See Surge In Demand As Unemployment Benefits Expire; U.S. Reports Worst Economic Plunge On Record; Schumer Calls Stimulus Meeting "Progress, But A Ways To Go;" Rep. Raul Grijalva (D-AZ) Tests Positive For Coronavirus. Aired 3-4p ET
• Hopes And Fears As Georgia School Reopens Its Doors; Florida Braces For Hurricane Amid COVID-19 Surge; Source: Trump's Own Intelligence Officials Contradict His Claims Of Mail-In Voting Fraud; Joe Lockhart: Biden Shouldn't Even Debate Trump; Trump Warns He Will Ban Video App TikTok From U.S.; Vindman Begins Retirement With Scathing Rebuke Of Trump; Nine-Year-Old Boy Killed In Shooting In Chicago. Aired 4-5p ET
• Arizona Rep Grijalva Tests Positive For Coronavirus; Florida Closes State-Run COVID Testing Sites Due To Storm; Teachers And Parents Weigh Safety Of Reopening Schools; Moderna Begins First Phase 3 Clinical Trial Of Vaccine In U.S.; Trump Ramps Up Effort To Sow Doubt In 2010 Vote, Warns Of "Greatest Election Disaster In History"; Big Parties And Crowds Raise Fears Of Covid-19 Clusters. Aired 6-7p ET
• Seventy Million In Path Of Hurricane Isaias; First Student Going Back To School In Rural County; Hundreds Infected At Georgia Camp In Just Days; Atlanta Police To Stop Responding To Non-Injury Car Accidents Due To COVID-19 Concerns; North Korea Claims It Is Developing A COVID-19 Vaccine; Fatal Great White Attack In Maine & Shark Sightings In NY Prompt Beach Closures And Restrictions. Aired 1- 2p ET
• Press Conference With Gov. Ron DeSantis (R-FL); Georgia Camp COVID Outbreak; Florida Reports Thousands Of COVID Cases; L.A. Food Banks See Surge In Demand As Unemployment Benefits Expire; New Polls Suggest Uphill Climb For Trump Reelection, Even In Georgia; Trump's Economic Approval Rating Drops Since January; Dr. Sanjay Gupta Speaks To NFL Chief Medical Officer On Keeping People Safe. Aired 5-6p ET


July 31, 2020
• Did Not Air 2-3a ET
• President Trump with Another False Claim; Coronavirus Vaccine Not a Magic Bullet; Brazil's First Lady Tested Positive; Trump Fears of Mail-in Voter Fraud; U.S. GDP Nosedive in Q2; Nation Bid Goodbye to an Icon; Record Heat Forecast For Western Europe Summer Heat Wave; Criminal Investigations Opened Against FIFA President; China Accused Of Abusive Campaign Against Uyghur Women; Seaweeds to Help Fight Water Pollution in Indonesia; NBA Games Resumes. Aired 3-4a ET
• Key model Projects 230,000+ U.S. Deaths by November; Trump Floats Election Delay Despite No Authority to Do So; U.S. Experiences Worst Economic Plunge on Record; Examining the Mental & Emotional Effects of COVID-19; Thailand Claims It's Eliminated Community Transmission; China Accused of Abusive Campaign Against Uyghur Women; Indonesian Company makes Plastics from Seaweed. Aired 12-1a ET
• COVID Cases Spiral, GDP Numbers Sink; Single Gathering Transmission Behind West China Flare Up; Trump Casts Doubt on November Election; U.S. Experiences Worst Economic Plunge on Record; Tower of London Beefeaters Face Layoffs for the First Time; Hottest Temperatures of Year Expected in Western Europe; Kicking Out the Coronavirus; Smaller Crowds Participate in Hajj's First Ritual; Final Farewell to Civil Rights Icon Rep. John Lewis. Aired 1-2a ET
• Eviction Threat Looms for Millions of Americans; U.S. Suffers Worst Quarterly GDP Drop on Record; Oregon State Troops Take Over in Portland; Isaias Strengthens Into A Hurricane; Warning Over Protests in Israel; Tower of London Beefeaters Face Layoffs for the First Time; NBA Returns to the Court After Almost Five Months. Aired 4:30-5a ET
• Fauci, Top Health Experts Testify on U.S. Virus Response. Aired 10-10:30a ET
• CDC Study Finds Efficient Spread of Virus among Kid Campers; Hurricane Barrels Toward Florida Amid Coronavirus Crisis; Senate Takes Long Weekend as Relief Expires for Millions. Aired 1-1:30p ET
• Fauci, Top Health Experts Testify on U.S. Virus Response. Aired 9:30-10a ET
• Health Experts Raise Concern on Virus Surging in Midwestern U.S.; California Struggling to Contain COVID-19; Trump Falsely Claims Children are Immune to Coronavirus; Trump Floats Election Delay Despite No Authority to Do So; Eviction Threat Looms for Millions of Americans. Aired 4-4:30a ET
• Fauci, Top Health Experts Testify on U.S. Virus Response; Fauci to Public: "Avoid Crowds of Any Type No Matter Where You Are". Aired 10:30-11a ET
• Fauci, Top Health Experts Testify On U.S. Virus Response; CDC Director: Actions of U.S. Public Key To "Beating This Pandemic"; CDC Director: Actions of U.S. Public Key To "Beating This Pandemic"; Fauci: Cautiously Optimistic A Vaccine Will Be Ready By End Of 2020. Aired 12-12:30p ET
• Teenager Charged With Twitter Hack; NBA Returns; Kids and Coronavirus; Hurricane Targets Florida; Interview With Fort Lauderdale, Florida, Mayor Dean Trantalis. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• Anthony Fauci, Top Health Experts to Testify on U.S. Virus Response. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• Fauci: Lack Of Total Shutdown Early Made Outbreak Worse In U.S.; GOP Lawmakers Openly Reject Trump's Tweet On Delaying Election; Former Presidents Praise John Lewis' Fight For Democracy, Voting Rights On Same Day Trump Tweets About Delaying November Election. Aired 12:30-1p ET
• Fauci, Top Health Experts Testify on U.S. Virus Response; Raskin Questioned Fauci on Statements Trump Made on Virus. Aired 11- 11:30a ET
• COVID-19 Cases Remain High Without National Plan; Florida Newspaper Calls on Ron DeSantis for COVID-19 Help; Michelle Bolsonaro Tests Positive for COVID-19. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• Fauci, Top Health Experts Testify on U.S. Virus Response. Aired 11:30a-12p ET.
• Senate Takes Long Weekend as Unemployment Relief Expires for Millions; Man Who Lost Mother to COVID-19 Has Message for Those Refusing to Wear Masks; The 37 Times Trump Has Been Soft on Russia. Aired 1:30-2p ET
• Interview with House Speaker Nancy Pelosi; Stuart Appelbaum, President, RWDS Union, Discusses Why Employees Should Not be Responsible for Enforcing Mask Use. Aired 2:30-3p ET
• NBA Returns To The Court After Almost Five Months; Trump's Own Intel Officials Contradict His Mail-In Voting Fraud Claims; US Surpasses 4.5 Million Confirmed Coronavirus Cases; DeSantis Defends Push To Reopen Schools As Cases Rises; Helping Navajo Elders During The Coronavirus Pandemic. Aired 3:30-4p ET


July 30, 2020
• President Trump Visits Hotspots Areas; Rep. Louie Gohmert Tested Positive; Mexico Facing Two Pandemics; France Reaps Lax on Rules; Germany Screen Travelers In and Out; Tech CEOs Pushback to Lawmakers; Many Brazilians Believe Unproven Drug Can Treat COVID-19; Hong Kong Braces for Third Wave of Coronavirus; Georgia School District Prepares To Open; A New Way To Dye Clothes And Reduce Water Pollution; Italy Makes Masks A Fashion Statement. Aired 3-4a ET
• California, Texas, Florida See Record Deaths; White House Pushes Unproven Drug Hydroxychloroquine; Experts Urge Reset as U.S. Tops 150,000 Deaths; Masks Mandated at U.S. House After Lawmaker Tests Positive; Federal Officers to Withdraw from Portland; Tech Leaders Face Lawmakers' Pointed Antitrust Questions. Aired 4-4:30a ET
• Trump Floats Delaying Election Despite Lack of Authority To Do So; FDA Says, We Will Not Cut Corners on Approving a Vaccine; California Records 197 Deaths, New Single-Day High. Aired 10-10:30a ET
• Experts Urge Reset as U.S. Tops 150K Deaths; Republican Rep. Louie Gohmert Tests Positive; Trump Embraces False Drug Claims, Ignores His Own Experts; Google, Apple Leaders Push Back on Antitrust Claims; Heartbreak in Texas as Virus Surges; Families of COVID-19 Victims Mourn Loss of Loved Ones; Trump Slashing U.S. Troop Levels in Germany; Hong Kong Arrests 4 Student Activists for 'Secession'; John Lewis' Voting Rights Legacy Gaining New Momentum; Zimbabwe Signs $3.5 Billion Deal to Repay White Farmers; Biologist Develops More Environmental Dye. Aired 12-1a ET
• Mexico's COVID Cases About To Make It World's No. 3; Expert Forecasts On Coronavirus Come True; Russian Vaccine In Demand; Trump Campaign Recruits Doctors And Opinion Makers; Many Brazilians Believe Unproven Drug Can Treat Virus; How Italy is Turning Masks into Fashion Statements; Tech Leaders Face Lawmakers' Pointed Antitrust Questions: Minneapolis Police Identify Man They Think Incited Riots. Aired 1-2a ET
• Trump Campaigns in Texas as Virus Surges in the State; South Texas Hit Especially Hard by COVID-19; Georgia School District Prepares to Open Friday; Russia: Growing Demand for Not-Yet-Approved Vaccine; Trump Slashing U.S. Troop Levels in Germany; Egypt Jails More Female Influencers Over TikTok Posts; NASA's Rover to Look for Signs of Past Life on Mars. Aired 4:30-5a ET
• Experts Urge Reset as U.S. Tops 150K Deaths; Florida Sees Record Deaths as Case Count Stabilizes; CDC: Virus Can Be Defeated if People Wear Masks; Google, Apple Leaders Push Back on Antitrust Claims; Analyst: Trump Taking Steps to Further Putin's Goals. Aired 2- 3a ET
• Trump Floats Delaying the Election; U.S. Reports Worst Quarter; Sen. Joe Manchin (D-WV) is Interviewed about the Election; NBA Season Restarts Tonight. Aired 9:30-10a ET
• Herman Cain Announced Dead from COVID-19 Today; Travel CEOs Issue Call for Increased Testing; John Lewis Penned Final Statement, Published in "The New York Times" Today as Former Presidents Gather for His Funeral. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• Dr. Birx Refutes Hydroxychloroquine Treatment; Herman Cain Dies After Contracting Coronavirus; Trump Floats Delaying Presidential Election. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• U.S. Reports Worst Economic Quarterly Drop in History; Florida Reports Record 216 Deaths in Single Day; COVID-19 Ravaging Entire South Texas Families; Funeral Service for Civil Rights Icon Representative John Lewis. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• Did Not Air 1-2p ET
• Did Not Air 2-2:30p ET
• Birx Rebukes Trump's Hydrochloroquine Claim; About 850 People Dying Daily in U.S. from Coronavirus since February; Florida Sets Daily Death Record for 3rd Day; U.S. Economy Suffers Worst Quarter Plunge Ever as Cases Surge; Study Says Noninfected People May Already Have Some Immunity to COVID; JetBlue Tests UV Light Cleaning Robot on Planes. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• Funeral Service for Civil Rights Icon, the Late Congressman John Lewis; Interview with Atlanta Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms; Obama Subtly Compares Governor Wallace to Trump on Sending in Federal Troops. Aired 2:38-3p ET


July 29, 2020
• Russia Rushed Its COVID Vaccine; Trump Retweets Unvetted Information; Germany Ramps Up Action On Coronavirus; Muslim Pilgrims Critically Chosen; China Seeing COVID Cases Rise; Bolivians Resort to Dangerous Alternative; Five States Break Records for Most Deaths in One Day; Teacher's Warning About Socially Distanced Classes; Combative Hearing of Attorney General Against the Democrats; Australia Bushfire Killed More Animals Than Reported; Inventor Keeps Textile Waste Out of Our Water. Aired 3-4a ET
• Dire Warning From Some Of The Top Medical Colleges, Scientists And Physicians On The Coronavirus; California Reports A Sharp Decrease In Coronavirus Cases; Dr. Davidson Talks About The Amount Of Work Needing Put In To This Pandemic While Awaiting A Vaccine. Aired 9- 9:30a ET
• Trump Speaks Ahead of His Trip to COVID Hotspot Texas; Mnuchin Says, Democrats, GOP Very Far Apart on COVID Stimulus Deal. Aired 10- 10:30a ET
• Florida Sees Cases Spike, Record Daily Death Toll; Democrats Clash with Barr on Host of Issues; U.S. Lawmakers to Question Tech Leaders on Competition; Innovator Develops New Solution to Toxic Wastewater; Russia Claims First Coronavirus Vaccine Within Two Weeks; Five U.S. States Break Records for Most Deaths in One Day; White House Recommends Some States Close Bars; Mexicans Travel to U.S. for Coronavirus Treatment; India Nears 1.5 Million Confirmed Cases; China Reports Highest Number of New Cases since April; Baseball Season in Question as Positive Tests Grow. Aired 12-1a ET
• COVID Second Wave Crashes And Spikes In Europe, India And Asia; Russian COVID Vaccine Ready In Weeks; Barr Pushes Back In Dem Hearing; Bolivia Declares "Public Calamity" as Crisis Grows; Air Traffic Won't Return to Normal Until 2024; Mounting Concerns as Hundreds Gather for Parties in the U.S.; Bushfires Impact Billions of Animals in Australia; U.S. Lawmakers to Question Tech Leaders on Competition; Baseball Season in Question as Positive Tests Grow. Aired 1-2a ET
• Democrats Clash with Barr on Hose of Issues; U.S. Lawmakers to Question Tech Leaders on Competition; Teacher's Warning About Socially Distanced Classes; Miami Marlins' Season on Hold as More Players Test Positive; Pro Sports Scramble to Keep Players Safe as Cases Rise; NFL Cancels Preseason Games Ahead of Uncertain 2020 Season. Aired 4:30-5a ET
• Russia Claims First Coronavirus Vaccine Within Two Weeks; Trump: "Nobody Likes Me"; British Prime Minister Warns Europe Is Seeing Signs of "Second Wave"; CDC: Trump Slow to Recognize Threat from Europe; Democrats Clash with Attorney General on Host of Issues. Aired 2-3a ET
• Trump Admits Failing to Confront Putin Over Russian Bounties; Republican Congressman Tests Positive For Coronavirus; Trump Continues to Push Hydroxychloroquine. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• Latina Women Among Hardest Hit by Unemployment; Amazon, Apple, Facebook, and Google CEOs to Testify Before Congress Today; Marlins Team Games on Pause as COVID-19 Cases Climb. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• Republicans Divided over Stimulus Plan; Lawmakers to Grill Tech CEOs; Trump Takes Reporter's Questions. Aired 9:30-10a
• Top Tech Leaders Face Grilling In Capitol Hill Hearing; Biden To Announce Running Mate Next Week; Trump: Bounties On U.S. Troops Did Not Come Up In Call With Putin. Aired 12:30-1p ET
• U.S. Averaging 64,000+ New Cases Per Day over Past 7 Days; Florida Reports Highest Single-Day Death Toll for 2nd Straight Day; Dr. Mizuho Morrison Discusses California's Dramatic Spike in Single- Day New Cases, Deaths & Trump Saying He Likes "Therapeutics" for COVID-19; Trump Revives Push for Hydroxychloroquine, Contradicts Experts; Trump: Pandemic Response Approval Based on "Personality"; Trump Blames Democrats for Coronavirus Relief Hurdle. Aired 11-11:30a ET
• Live: Lawmakers Grill Big Tech CEOs in Historic Hearing on Power. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• NFL Players Opting Out of Season Amid Virus Concerns; MLB's Season Thrown into Disarray Over Marlin's Virus Outbreak; Florida Breaks Daily Death Toll; 29 Year Old Health Care Worker Dies from COVID; Kavanaugh Urged Supreme Court Colleagues to Avoid Abortion Ruling; Congress Grills CEOs of Major Tech Companies. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• Trump Blames Democrats For Coronavirus Relief Hurdle; Miami Marlins On Pause Over Team's COVID Outbreak; GOP Rep. Louie Gohmert Tests Positive For Coronavirus; Dr. Arthur Caplan Discusses Danger Of Sports Amid COVID Pandemic; Soon, Fed Chair Powell Expected To Give Economic Update, Rate Decisions. Aired 11:30a-12p ET
• AAMC Says, U.S. May See Deaths In Multiple Hundreds Of Thousands; Study Shows Statewide School Closures Linked To One Million Fewer Cases; As Americans Die, Trump Touts Unproven Drug. Aired 1- 1:30p ET
• President Donald Trump Again Pushes Drug As COVID Treatment, Against Scientific Evidence; U.S. Approaches 150,000 Deaths As Cases Surge; Russia Plans To Start Mass Production Of Vaccine By September; GOP Texas Congressman Gohmert Tests Positive For COVID-19; Top Tech Leaders Face Grilling In Capitol Hill Hearing. Aired 12-12:30p ET
• As Americans Die, Trump Touts Unproven Drug & "Alien DNA" Doctor; Trump Dismisses Reported Russian Bounties On U.S. Troops; GOP Rep. Louie Gohmert Tests Positive For Coronavirus: Big Tech CEOs Face Lawmakers In Historic Hearing. Aired 1:30-2p ET
• Live: Lawmakers Grill Big Tech CEOs In Historic Hearing On Power; GOP Rep. Louie Gohmert Tests Positive For Coronavirus; Emory's Dr. Carlos del Rio Discusses Louie Gohmert Testing Positive. Aired 2:30-3p ET
• Several States Break Records for Most Deaths in One Day; Trump Again Touts Unproven Drug Hydroxychloroquine; Biden Slams Trump's Handling of Pandemic. Aired 4-4:30a ET


July 28, 2020
• COVID Vaccine on its Phase Three Trial; Top White House Adviser Tested Positive; Australia With Impressive ICU Survival Rates; European Countries Seeing a Spike in Coronavirus; China Release New Data on COVID Cases; Thousands Signed Up for Coronavirus Vaccine Testing In Brazil; U.K. Decision to Reinstate Quarantine on Travelers from Spain; U.S. Lawmakers Divided on Stimulus Package; American Consulate In Western China Shut Down; Gary Bencheghib on Bali's Waste System; U.S. Honors Late Civil Rights Icon And Congressman John Lewis. Aired 3-4a ET
• Trump Defends Testing Efforts, Urges States to Reopen; First Phase 3 Clinical Trial for Vaccine in U.S. Begins; U.S. Still Grappling with Spikes Months into Crisis; Rising New Cases Putting a Strain on Hospitals; Trump Changes COVID-19 Strategy 3 months Out from Election; Republicans Unveil Controversial $1 Trillion Stimulus Bill; study Shows Australian ICU Patients Have 85 Percent Survival Rate; Arrivals in Germany from High-Risk Areas to Be Tested; Countries in Middle East, North Africa Reimpose Restrictions. Aired 4-4:30a ET
• Rep. Jerry Nadler (D-NY) in Car Accident, Barr Hearing Delayed; Twitter Restricts Donald Trump Jr.'s Account After he Shared Coronavirus Misinformation Video; Attorney General Barr Arrives for House Judiciary Hearing. Aired 10-10:30a ET
• Phase Three Vaccine Volunteer Given Historic First Shot; World Reels With COVID's "Second Wind"; Polls Show Biden Gaining Ground; Researchers Testing Vaccine Candidates in Brazil; Confirmed Cases Top 70,000 in Bolivia. Spain PM: U.K. Decision to Reinstate Quarantine Misfit; U.K. PM Says "I was Too Fat" as He Wants Nation to Slim; Portland Mayor Demands Ceasefire Meeting with DHS; WH National Security Adviser Tests Positive for COVID-19; Google Employees to Work from Home Until 2021. Aired 1-2a ET
• First Phase-3 Vaccine Trail Begins in U.S.; Trump Claims Internal Polling Shows Him Ahead; Could a Vaccine Help Trump Win the Election?; U.S. Attorney General Set to Testify Before House Committee; Portland Mayor Demands Meeting with Homeland Security Chief; Miami Marlins' COVID-19 Outbreak has Baseball on Edge; Google Employees to Work from Home Until 2021. Aired 4:30-5a ET
• U.S. Still Grappling with COVID-19 Spikes Months into Crisis; Hong Kong Authorities Crack Down on Coronavirus Restrictions; Final Phase Vaccine Trials Begin in U.S.; Trump Claims Internal Polling Shows Him Ahead; Trump Asked about Russian Bounties on U.S. Troops; Spanish P.M.: U.K. Decision to Reinstate Quarantine 'Misfit'; Kenya Clamps Down after Spike in Confirmed Cases; White House National Security Adviser Tests Positive for COVID-19; Republicans Unveil Controversial Stimulus Bill; American Consulate in Western China is Shut Down; Working to Clean up Bali's Waterways; Rep. John Lewis Lies in State in Capitol. Aired 12-1a ET
• First Phase-3 Vaccine Trial Begins In U.S.; Google Employees To Work From Home Until 2021; Trump Defends Deploying Federal Forces To U.S. Cities. Aired 2-3a ET
• Nadler in Car Accident; MLB to Continue Season; China's Spike in Covid-19 Cases; Germany Sees Rise in Cases; Brazil Coronavirus Vaccine Trials; National Guard Major Disputes Administration. Aired 9:30-10a
• Attorney General William Barr Testifies Before House Lawmakers; AG Barr Faces Grilling From House Judiciary Democrats; Barr Disputes There Is Systemic Racism In Policing; Barr: Calls To Defund Police Are "Grossly Irresponsible"; Barr Addresses Questions On Michael Flynn Case. Aired 12-12:30p ET
• Bill Barr Judiciary Hearing Delayed by Rep. Jerry Nadler (D-NY) Car Accident This Morning; Use of Force in Response to Protests Expected to be Issue at Hearing; Bill Barr Opening Statement Distorts Black Lives Matter Statistics. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• Any Moment, Attorney General Barr to Testify Before House Panel; Democrats' Grievances Against Barr DOJ; A.G. Barr Faces Grilling from Judiciary Committee Democrats. Aired 11-11:30a ET
• A.G. Barr Testifies Before House Lawmakers; Democrats Question A.G. Barr. Aired 2:30-3p ET
• A.G. Barr Faces Grilling from House Judiciary Democrats; Attorney General Barr Testifies Before House Lawmakers. Aired 11:30a- 12p ET.
• Live Coverage of Bill Barr's Testimony Before the House Judiciary Committee. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• Dr. Fauci Responds to Trump Retweet Touting Hydroxychloroquine; 49 Hospitals in Florida Reach ICU Capacity; California Governor Urges Residents to "Wake Up" as Deaths Rise; GOP Unveils $1 Trillion Relief Plan; Attorney General Barr to Testify Before House Judicial Committee Soon; Birx Warns of Rise in COVID Positivity Rates in Tennessee. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• Biden Addresses Systemic Racism in Economic Speech; Biden Says Trump Stoking Division Is the Last Thing We Need; AG Barr Testifies Before House. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• Attorney General Barr Testifies Before House Lawmakers. Aired 12:30-1p ET
• Attorney General Bill Barr Testifies Before Congress; Joe Biden Delivers Address in Delaware. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• Attorney General Barr Testifies Before House Lawmakers. Aired 1-1:30p ET
• Attorney General Testifies Before House Lawmakers. Aired 1:30- 2p ET


July 27, 2020
• More Delays on COVID Test Results; Brazil's President Out of the Woods; Britain Release New Rules for Travelers; South Africa with Highest Coronavirus Cases; Hurricane Hanna Done in Texas; U.S. Consulate Closed in Chengdu. GOP Republicans with New Stimulus Package; U.S. Republicans to Propose $1 Trillion Stimulus Plan; Australia's Victoria State Sees Record Number of Coronavirus Cases; Protests and Tensions in Portland Over Dispatch of Federal Agents; South African Surfers Cleaning Up Plastic from Ocean; Final Day of English Premier League. Aired 3-4a ET
• Cases Rise and ICU Beds Fill Up in Florida; Emotional Toll of Fighting COVID-19 on Healthcare Workers; U.S. Consulate in Western China Shutting Down; U.S. Republicans to Propose $1 Trillion Stimulus Plan; Georgia's Battle Over How to Reopen Schools; Final Journey of Congressman John Lewis; Travelers from Spain to U.K. and Norway Must Quarantine. Aired 12-1a ET
• Top Covid Caseloads: US & Brazil Still Lead The World; US Military Base Outbreak Alarms Okinawa Residents; China Locks Down And Locks Out US Diplomats In Chengdu; Republican Stimulus Plan; U.K. Tourists Surprised by Quarantine Order; Island-Hopping Cruise Resumes in Taiwan; How One California Family Fought the Virus Together; Official: U.S. Has Enough Tests for Anyone Who Needs One. Aired 1-2a ET
• National Security Adviser Robert O'Brien Positive for Coronavirus; 150+ Medical Experts Call on Lawmakers to Shut Down and Start Over; Body of Rep. John Lewis (D-GA) to Lie in State at U.S. Capitol. Aired 10-10:30a ET
• 23 U.S. States Report Jump in New Cases; U.S. Official: Turnaround Times for Testing Still Too Long; Cases Rise and ICU Beds Fill Up in Florida; ICU Nurse Describes Emotion of Working Through Crisis; Brazil Records More Than 2.4 Million Infections; Brazilian President Accused of Crimes Against Humanity; Travelers From Spain to U.K. Must Quarantine; Hurricane Hanna Downgraded to Tropical Depression; Hurricane Douglas Threatens Parts of Hawaii; American Consulate in Western China Shut Down. Aired 4-4:30a ET
• California Restaurants Struggle Under Pandemic; U.S. Republicans to Propose $1 Trillion Stimulus Plan; Plan Caps Unemployment at 70 Percent of Wages; France Reports Daily Cases Jump Back to May's Level; Tensions in Portland Over Dispatch of Federal Agents; Final Journey of U.S. Congressman and Civil Rights Icon John Lewis. Aired 4:30-5a ET
• Interview with Rep. Jim Clyburn (D-SC); Interview with San Diego Mayor Kevin Faulconer; Interview with Former Secretary of Homeland Security Tom Ridge. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• U.S. States Still Seeing Spikes of New Coronavirus Cases; Brazil has the World's Second Largest Outbreak Second to the U.S.; U.K. and Norway Imposing Quarantine for Travelers from Spain; Hurricane Douglas Closes In on Hawaii; U.S. Consulate in Chengdu Closes. Aired 2-3a ET
• Biden Leading Trump in Polls; Hurricane Hits Texas; Coronavirus Outbreak Hits Major League Baseball; U.S. National Security Adviser Tests Positive For COVID-19. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• Robert O'Brien Tests Positive for Coronavirus; Portland Violence Continues; Google to Work at Home Through July 2021; NFL Plans for Safety; Stephan James Remembers John Lewis. Aired 9:30-10a
• Any Moment, Plane Carrying John Lewis Arrives in D.C. Area; Lewis Motorcade to Pass Important Landmarks; Plane Carrying John Lewis Arrives at Joint Base Andrews; Sen. Cory Booker (D-NY) Discusses His Friend and Mentor, John Lewis. Aired 11-11:30a ET
• Florida's Virus Cases in Children Jumped 34 Percent in 8 Days; Hurricane Hanna Lashes Virus-stricken Texas; Moderna Begins First Phase 3 Clinical Trial of Vaccine in U.S.; Senate GOP to Unveil Relief Bill with Scaled-Back Unemployment Aid; National Security Adviser Robert O'Brien Tests Positive for Coronavirus. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• Lewis's Motorcade Makes Its Way To U.S. Capitol. Aired 12:30-1p ET
• Live Coverage of John Lewis Lying in State at the Capitol; Sen. Mitch McConnell (R-KY) Speaks at Capitol; Rep. Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) Speaks at Capitol. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• John Lewis Motorcade Will Wind through D.C. to Capitol Building; Rep. William Lacy Clay (D-MO) Discusses His Dear Friend, Congressman John Lewis; Lewis to Lie in State in the U.S. Capitol Rotunda Today; White House National Security Adviser Tests Positive for COVID-19; COVID Cases Rising in 22 States, 28 States Report Steady or Downward Trend. Aired 11:30a-12p ET
• New Polls Show Trump Trailing Biden 99 Days Until Election; Trump Speaks as Coronavirus Cases Spike Nationwide; Trump Defends Pandemic Response in Visit to North Carolina. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• Thirteen States Saw Highest Seven-Day Averages For New Daily Cases Sunday; Testing Czar: Turnaround Times Are Still Too Long In The U.S.; Rep. John Lewis' Brother Remembers His Swearing In Ceremony; John Lewis Motorcade Makes Its Way To U.S. Capitol; Senate GOP To Unveil Relief Bill With Scaled-Back Unemployment Aid. Aired 12-12:30p ET
• The Late Civil Rights Icon, Rep. John Lewis (D-GA) Motorcade Makes Way To Capitol. Aired 1-1:30p ET
• Congressman John Lewis' Casket Arrives At The U.S. Capitol. Aired 1:30-2p ET
• Congressman John Lewis Lies In State At Capitol Rotunda; Trump On Lewis Ceremony: No, I Won't Be Going. Aired 2:30-3p ET


July 26, 2020
• Florida Officials Discuss How to Reopen Bars; ICUs Struggle with Flood of Patients; Hanna Makes Landfall as Category 1 Hurricane; Brazil's Bolsonaro Says Isolation is Worse than Virus; North Korea Reports First Suspected Case of COVID-19; Washington State Death Toll Rising Rapidly; New COVID-19 Cases Soaring across the United States; Military Veterans Face Off with Federal Officers in Portland; Parents, Drivers Face Bus Dilemma when U.S. Schools Reopen. Aired 2-3a ET
• Mexican President Refutes Scientific Reasoning Behind Masks; Florida Officials Discuss How To Reopen Bars; ICUs Struggle With Flood Of Patients; Military Veterans Face Off With Federal Officers In Portland; New COVID-19 Cases Soaring Across The United States; Brazil's Bolsonaro Says Isolation Is Worse Than Virus; North Korea Reports First Suspected Case Of COVID-19; South Texas Hit Hard By COVID-19 Spike; Remembering Regis Philbin, Legendary TV Personality. Aired 3-4a ET
• Brazil's Bolsonaro Says Isolation Is Worse Than Virus; ICUs Struggle With Flood Of Patients; New COVID-19 Cases Soaring Across The U.S.; South Texas Hit Hard By COVID-19 Spike; Military Veterans Face Off With Federal Officers In Portland; Brazil, Mexico, Peru And Chile Worst-Hit Latin American Countries; Memorials Begin For U.S. Congressman And Civil Rights Icon John Lewis; North Carolina City Offers Reparations For Black Residents; Remembering Regis Philbin, Legendary TV Personality. Aired 4-5a ET
• Los Angeles Mayor Warns Of Another Shutdown; Florida Officials Discuss How To Reopen Bars; New COVID-19 Cases Soaring Across The United States; ICUs Struggle With Flood Of Patients; Military Veterans Face Off With Federal Officers In Portland; U.K. And Norway Quarantining Returnees From Spain; U.S. Military Faces COVID-19 Outbreak On Bases In Japan; Fierce Competition For COVID-19 Vaccine Development. Aired 5-6a ET
• Memorial Service Honoring John Lewis; COVID-19 Cases Top 16 Million Globally, US Cases Over Four Million; CDC Pushes For Schools To Reopen In New Guidelines; Nine-Year-Old Girl Becomes Youngest To Die Of COVID-19 In Florida; Rep. John Lewis Makes Final Journey Across The Edmund Pettus Bridge; Daycare Centers May Provide Model For Reopening Schools. Aired 12-1p ET
• Civil Rights Icon Remembered In Memorial Services Across Alabama; GOP Plan Calls For $1,200 Stimulus Checks, Cuts To Jobless Aid; Rep. John Lewis Makes Final Journey Across Edmund Pettus Bridge; Georgia Posts Record Number Of New COVID-19 Cases On Friday; Hundreds Demand School District In GA Allow In-Person Classes; Actress Olivia de Havilland Dies At 104. Aired 1-2p ET
• GOP Plan Calls For $1,200 Stimulus Checks, Cuts To Jobless Aid; Florida Surpasses New York, Has The Second Highest Number Of Cases; Rep. John Lewis To Lie In State At Alabama State Capitol; COVID-19 Cases Top 16 Million Globally, U.S. Cases Over Four Million; Battling Racial Disparities In Business And Sports. Aired 2-3p ET
• Florida Reports More Than 9,000 New COVID-19 Cases In One Day As Death Rates Rise; Millions In Limbo As $600 Unemployment Benefit Set To Run Out; Remembering Congressman John Lewis. Aired 3-4p ET
• Florida Reports More Than 9,200 New Daily Coronavirus Cases For 23rd Day; Interview With Rep. James Clyburn (D-SC) About The Late Congressman John Lewis; Coronavirus Testing Czar Admits Turnaround Times Still Too Long; Inside George Hospital's Fight Against COVID-19; Tensions Continue Between Law Enforcement, Portland Protesters; A.G. Barr To Testify Before House Judiciary Committee Tuesday. Aired 4-5p ET
• Florida And California Lead The U.S. In Coronavirus Cases; More Closures Of Restaurants In L.A. Due To COVID-19; Top Administration Official States Testing Results Taking Too Long; Trump Played Golf And Greets Supporters Over The Weekend; Recent Polling Showing Trump Losing To Biden In Battleground States; Federal Reserve To Reveal Latest Policies; U.S. Professional Sports Resumes; Federal Agents And Protesters Continue To Clash; Attorney General William Barr To Testify Before Congress. Aired 5-6p ET
• Brazil Records 50,000 New Coronavirus Cases for Fourth Day in a Row; Mexican President Won't Wear Mask; US Reported 64,000 New Coronavirus Cases on Saturday. Aired 12-1a ET
• Florida Governor Says Cases Have Stabilized; California Hit Hard, Has Most COVID-19 Cases in US; New COVID-19 Cases Soaring Across the US; Health Expert in Brazil Slams Bolsonaro's "Bad Example"; Experts Warn of High Infection Rates on African Continent; Fierce Competition to Come Up With COVID-19 Vaccine; Experts Fear Americans May Refuse COVID-19 Vaccine; Police And Protesters Face Off In Portland, Oregon; Supporters Of Arrested Governor March in Defiance Of Putin; Hanna Makes Landfall As Category 1 Hurricane; 100 Days Until US Presidential Election. Aired 1-2a ET


July 25, 2020
• WHO Reports Record Increase in Global Cases; Medical Experts Urge Shutting Down and Starting Over; Some U.S. States Seeing Steady or Falling Case Counts; PPE a Precious Resource as Doctors Adjust to New Reality; Bolivians Using Disinfectant as Treatment; Protests in Portland amid Rise in Tensions; Money and Power Causing Disparity in U.S. Virus Testing; U.S. Agents Secure Chinese Consulate in Houston. Aired 2-2:30a ET
• WHO Reports Record Increase in Global Cases; Some U.S. States Seeing Steady or Falling Case Counts; Medical Experts Urge Shutting Down and Starting Over; Protests in Portland amid Rise in Tensions; White House Glosses Over Trump's Reversals on Virus; Birx: Florida, Texas, California Like "Three New Yorks"; U.S. Agents Secure Chinese Consulate in Houston; Autistic Driver Out to Prove Everyone Wrong. Aired 3-4a ET
• Coronavirus Cases Continue Rising in Texas, California, Georgia, and Florida; Some Schools Providing Parents with Options for Virtual and In-Person Classes; Over Dozen Cities Including Baltimore Listed by White House Coronavirus Task Force as Having Troubling Numbers of Increased Coronavirus Cases; Memorial Service to be Held in Alabama for Late Congressman John Lewis; Civil Rights Icon Xernona Clayton Interviewed about Congressman John Lewis; Arizona Department of Education Yet to Release Plans on School Reopening; Judge in Michigan Keeps Teen in Juvenile Detention for Not Doing Online Schoolwork; First Storm of Season Hurricane Hanna Forms in Atlantic. Aired 10-11a ET
• Trump Administration Pushing For Schools To Reopen; More U.S. Companies Requiring Masks; COVID-19 Causes Long Illness In Some Healthy People; Protests In Portland Amid Rise In Tensions; U.S. Agents Secure Chinese Consulate In Houston; Virus Hits Health Care Hard In Australia's Victoria State; Brazilian President Bolsonaro Not Wearing Mask In Public. Aired 4-5a ET
• Arizona Reports 3,300-Plus New Virus Cases; Trump Administration Pushing For Schools To Reopen; Medical Labs Worldwide Racing To Find Vaccine, Treatment; Protests In Portland Amid Rise In Tensions; WHO Reports Record Increase In Global Cases; Virus Hits Health Care Hard In Australia's Victoria State; Mexico's Infections Increase Amid Conflicting Messages. Aired 5-6a ET
• Memorial Services Begin For Civil Rights Icon Rep. John Lewis; Florida Reports 12,000 New Cases, Deaths Rise By 124; McConnell Warns Stimulus Package Could Take A Few Weeks; Brazil Reports 56,000 New COVID-19 Cases Overnight. Aired 11a-12p ET
• Coronavirus Cases Continue Rising In States Across U.S.; CDC Releases Guidelines For Reopening Schools; Georgia Democratic U.S. Senate Candidate Jon Ossoff Announces Wife Tested Positive For Coronavirus; Coronavirus Testing Site Set Up In Underserved Community In Southern California; Survey Indicates Effects Of Coronavirus For Those Infected Can Last Weeks; Memorial Service Held In Alabama For Late Rep. John Lewis. Aired 2-3p ET
• Hometown Memorial Service Underway For Rep. John Lewis; U.S. Deaths Top 1000-Plus For Fourth Straight Day; FDA Authorizes First Test For Asymptomatic COVID-19 Cases; Money And Power Behind Disparity In U.S. COVID Testing?; Brazil Reports 56,000 New COVID-19 Cases Overnight; Millions Face Uncertainty As $600 Unemployment Benefit Set To Expire. Aired 12-1p ET
• U.S. Tops 1,000 Daily Coronavirus Deaths For Fourth Day; Doctors In Texas Hotspot Overwhelmed By Tsunami Of Patients; Money And Power Causing Disparity In U.S. Virus Testing?; Sinclair-Owned TV Stations To Air Fauci Conspiracy Theory As White House Tries To Discredit Fauci; Dr. Fauci On White House Efforts To Discredit Him: Bad News To Do That; White House Denies Trump Has Reversed Course On Coronavirus Severity, Masks, Jacksonville Convention As His Poll Numbers Sink. Aired 3-4p ET
• U.S. COVID-19 Deaths Top 1,000 For Fourth Consecutive Day; New CDC Guidelines Strongly Favor Opening Schools; Legendary TV Host Regis Philbin Dies At 88; Poll: 23 Percent Of Americans Would Not Try COVID- 19 Vaccine; Former CDC Director: Important To Be Honest About Vaccine Risks; Mayor & Governor Battle Over Georgia's COVID-19 Response; Georgia Sets Single-Day Record With 4,813 New Cases; Georgia Senate Candidate Awaits Results After Wife Tests Positive For Virus. Aired 4- 5p ET
• Florida Surpasses New York In Total COVID-19 Cases; Texas Reports Second Highest Single-Day Death Toll Friday; Hurricane Hanna To Strike Southern Texas Today; Testing Delays Hobble Virus Response; Legendary T.V. Host Regis Philbin Dies At 88; Growing Coronavirus Cases, Fatalities Fuel Voter Mindset; Biden Could Win Electoral College By Triple Digits If Polls Hold; Honoring Civil Rights Icon, Rep. John Lewis. Aired 5-6p ET
• U.S. Deaths Top 1,000 For Fourth Straight Day; Georgia Sets Single-Day Record With 4,813 New COVID-19 Cases; Fauci Supports CDC's Guidelines To Send Kids Back To School; McConnell Warns Stimulus Package Could Take A "Few Weeks"; Hurricane Hanna About To Hit Texas; Brazil Reports 56,000 New COVID-19 Cases Overnight; Baseball Is Back With Cardboard Fans And Fake Crowd Noise. Aired 1-2p ET
• United States Tops 4.1 Million Coronavirus Cases; Hurricane Hanna Moves Toward Texas COVID-19 Hotspots; Regis Philbin Dies At 88. Aired 6-7p ET


July 24, 2020
• U.S. Surpasses 4 Million Reported Virus Cases; Trump: Most of the Country 'Has No Problem Whatsoever'; Trump Cancels Republican Convention Events in Jacksonville; U.S. Unemployment Claims Rise for First Time Since March; U.S. Senate Republicans Delay Release of Latest Stimulus Plan; China Orders Closure of U.S. Consulate in Chengdu; Brazil Sets 2 Daily Records for COVID Cases This Week; Scottish Leaders Fare Better with Public in Handling Virus; Watchdog Group to Investigate Federal Forces in U.S. Cities; Egypt Jailing Some Doctors Critical of COVID-19 Response; First Friday Prayers Held in Turkey's Iconic Hagia Sophia. Aired 12-1a ET
• President Trump Insists on Reopening of Schools; Sixty U.S. Military Men in Japan Infected with Coronavirus; Tension Between U.S. and China Deepens; England Makes Masks Mandatory; Polls Show Scotland's Handling on Coronavirus Better than London. Aired 3-4a ET
• U.S. Surpasses Four Million Cases of COVID-19; Trump Cancels Republican Convention Events in Jacksonville; U.S. Unemployment Claims Rise for the First Time Since March; Millions of Americans Lose Health Benefits as Unemployment Rises; China Orders Closure of U.S. Consulate in Chengdu, China. Aired 4-4:30a ET
• U.S. Records over 1,000 Deaths for Third Day in a Row; Starr County, Texas Issues Shelter-at-Home Order as Cases Surge; GOP Coronavirus Stimulus Plan Stalls on Capitol Hill. Aired 10-10:30a ET
• Brazil Sets Two Daily Records for COVID Cases This Week; COVID- 19 Takes a Toll on Mexican Border Communities; Face Masks Now Mandatory in Shops Across England; Watchdog Group to Investigate Federal Force in U.S. Cities; Israelis Angry Over Prime Minister Netanyahu's COVID-19 Handling. Aired 4:30-5a ET
• Cohen Ordered Released; Stimulus Plan Stalls on Capitol Hill; Arizona Schools to Start Online; Covid-19 in an Immigration Facility; China Orders Consulate Closure. Aired 9:30-10a ET
• Did Not Air 2-3a ET
• Trump Under Pressure; California Reports Record Number of COVID-19 Deaths. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• Unemployed Prioritize Essential Bills as Congressional Negotiations Continue; Interview with Miami Mayor Francis Suarez and San Jose Mayor Sam Liccardo; Interview with Los Angeles County Health Officer Muntu Davis. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• 55 Florida Hospitals Hit ICU Capacity as Cases Spike; Trump Cancels RNC Events in Florida as Virus Cases Surge; California Sets Record for COVID-Related Deaths in Single Day; Judge Orders Mediation in Georgia's Legal Battle Over COVID Restrictions; New CDC Guidelines Come Down Hard in Favor of Opening Schools; U.S. Records Over 1,000 Deaths for Third Day in a Row; A Judge Orders Michael Cohen Released from Prison. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• CDC: Kids Should Go Back to School Unless Virus Transmission is "Uncontrolled"; Florida Adds 12,000+ New Coronavirus Cases; White House: Summer Surge Hitting Plateau in Some States; Trump: "Most of the Country" in "Very Good Shape"; New CDC Guidelines Make the Case for Reopening Schools; Dr. Annette Anderson Discusses CDC Releasing New Guidelines for School Reopenings. Aired 11-11:30a ET
• Gov. Andrew Cuomo (D-NY) Is Interviewed About Traveler Ban On New Yorkers; U.S. Officials Claim Houston Chinese Consulate Part Of Espionage Network; U.S. Adds A Million Cases In 15 Days, Surpasses 4 Million. Aired 12:30-1p ET
• Trump Cancels Jacksonville Portion of GOP Convention; Trump Under Pressure as Virus Spreads, Poll Numbers Sink; Nobel Prize Economist, Paul Romer, Discusses Reinvigorating Economy By Sacrifice to Get Virus Under Control; Dr. Michael Saag Discusses the Sunbelt Seeing Dangerous Rise in Cases; Dr. Fauci Opens MLB Season with First Pitch. Aired 11:30a-12p ET
• President Trump Renews Call to Open Schools, Backed by New CDC Guidelines; Interview with Fifth Grade Teacher Katie O'Connor; McDonald's, Chipotle and Starbucks Announce Mask Requirement. Aired 2- 2:30p ET
• U.S. COVID Cases Up One Million in Two Weeks; Trump Cancels Florida Convention; China Shuts US Consulate In Chengdu; U.S. Unemployment Claims Up Again; Mediation Ordered Between Georgia Governor and Atlanta Mayor; Brazil's President to Retest for COVID-19 in Coming Days; Egypt Jailing Some Doctors Critical of COVID-19 Response; Police Miscalculation Led to Breonna Taylor's Tragic Death; Storm Expected to Approach Hawaiian Islands on Sunday. Aired 1-2a ET
• White House: Summer Surge Hitting Plateau In Some States; Infection Rate In California Steady After Weeks Of Summer Surge; Arizona Abandons Mandate For In-Person Schooling; President Donald Trump In Retreat As Cases Surge Across U.S.; President Donald Trump Cancels RNC Events In Florida As COVID-19 Cases Surge. Aired 12-12:30p ET
• Current Snapshot of U.S. Fight against Coronavirus is Grim; New CDC Guidelines Come Down Hard in Favor of Opening Schools. Aired 1- 1:30p ET
• CDC Study: COVID Can Result in Prolonged Illness, Even Among Young Adults; Update on Coronavirus Responses Around the Country; Kim Gardner, St. Louis Circuit Attorney, Discusses and Sen. Josh Hawley Calling on DOJ to Investigate Handling of Case; Study: Just 3 Out of 10 British Residents Wear Masks; . Aired 1:30-2p ET
• Trump Call with Putin Neglects Bounties, Meddling, Vaccine Hacking; Leon Panetta Discusses Trump's Phone Call with Putin, Trump Erupting over Defense Secretary Banning Confederate Flag; Texas COVID Patients "Sent Home to Die" if Deemed Too Sick; Parents Now Helping with Contact Tracing after Teen Party; CNN's Dr. Gupta Gives Look Inside Hospital, The Reuse of Masks; Rep. Deb Haaland (D-NM) and Rep. Michael Waltz (R-FL) Discusses "Rent the Camo," Which Helps Expectant Mothers in Military Get Uniforms. Aired 2:30-3p ET
• Three Kids Orphaned after Virus Kills Both Parents; Parents Struggle to Balance Work and Childcare during Pandemic; Starr County, Texas Issues Stay-at-Home Order as Cases Surge. Aired 3:30-4p ET


July 23, 2020
• Debate Underway on How to Distribute a Vaccine; Despite Increasing Cases, Doubters Persist in Mexico; Nearly 25% of Delhi Residents May Have Contracted COVID-19; China to Launch Rover in Country's First Mission to Mars; Summer Olympics Set to Return to Tokyo in One Year. Aired 12-1a ET
• Second Day Of 1,000 COVID-19 Deaths in the U.S.; US Closes Chinese Consulate In Houston; Race For The Red Planet: China Launches Tianwen-1; U.S. In Massive Vaccine Buy From Big Pharma. Aired 1-2a ET
• Alarm Bells Raised by Dr. Anthony Fauci on Coronavirus Vaccine; Coronavirus in the U.S. Now Nears Four Million; California the New Hotspot State; President Trump Ordered to Close Chinese Consulate in Houston; Victoria's Lockdown Measures Not Working. Aired 3-4a ET
• U.S. on Track to Hit 4 Million Cases Today as Virus Surges; Georgia Passes 150,000 Confirmed Cases, Reports 81 New Deaths; Trump to Hold Another White House Briefing Today. Aired 10-10:30a ET
• China Launches Mars Probe Amid Space Race With The U.S.; Zimbabwe Arrests Critics Ahead Of Planned Protests; Summer Olympics Set For Tokyo A Year From Now. Aired 2-3a ET
• Portland, Oregon Mayor Tear Gassed During Protest; Senate Republicans Set to Unveil Latest Stimulus Plan; Interview with Senator Amy Klobuchar (D) Minnesota; Debate over Who Receives Approved Vaccine First. Aired 9:30-10a ET
• AOC Speaks Out on Yoho's Insults; Trump Touts Passing Cognitive Test; Judge Orders Michael Cohen's Release From Prison; Hydroxychloroquine Found Ineffective to Treat COVID-19. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• Texas, Florida, California & Arizona Driving Summer Surge; 23 States Recording More Infections Than Previous Week; Florida Breaks Record With 173 COVID-19 Deaths In A Single Day; Barack Obama: Joe Biden Will Listen To The Experts On Coronavirus; White House Drops Payroll Tax Cut Demand To Get GOP Stimulus Plan Moving. Aired 12- 12:30p ET
• U.S. and Pfizer Reach Deal to Produce Vaccine Doses; Trying to Break Chicago's Cycle of Violence; U.S. Orders Chinese Consulate in Houston to Close. Aired 4-4:30a ET
• Senate Republicans to Unveil COVID-19 Bill Today; Major League Baseball Opens Today; FBI Announces China's San Francisco Consulate Harboring Scientist. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• Trump Wants 100 Percent of School to Reopen Regular Classes; Cafeteria Worker on White House Grounds Tests Positive; Hong Kong Struggles with Third Wave of COVID-19; Doubters Persist in Mexico Despite Increases in COVID-19 Cases; Trump Says He Wishes Ghislaine Maxwell Well. Aired 4:30-5a ET
• U.S. Now Recording 67,000+ Cases on Average over Last Week; California Surpasses New York as State With Most COVID-19 Cases; Fauci on Pandemic: "We Do Not See Any Particular End in Sight"; Trump: I Think Coronavirus Testing is "Overrated"; U.S. Faces Major Hurdles for Vaccine Distribution Once Approved; Dr. Paul Offit Discusses U.S. Vaccine Development . Aired 11-11:30a ET
• U.S. Reports 1,000 Plus Deaths for Second Straight Day; Miami Increases Penalties for Residents Who Don't Wear Masks; Trump Sends More Mixed Messages on Testing; Texas Reports Record Number of Deaths and Hospitalizations in One Day; Protesters and Mayor in Portland Oregon Tear-Gassed By Federal Agents; Over a Million Americans File for First-Time Unemployment Help. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• Federal Agents Hit Portland Mayor With Tear Gas; Trump, Chicago Mayor Locked In Battle Over Federal Agents In City; Players Raise Fears Over NFL's COVID-19 Safety Protocols. Aired 12:30-1p ET
• The U.S. Approaches 4 Million Positive COVID-19 Cases; Interview with Miami Police Department Deputy Chief Ron Papier; President Trump Describes Cognitive Test. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• Birx: Positivity Rate Is Most Sensitive Indicator for How States Are Doing; Dr. Peter Hotez Discusses Positivity Rates as Warning; Trump Announces Federal Officer "Surge"; Trump Promises Surge of Officers into Chicago & Albuquerque; Trump Uses Law & Order Message to Distract from Failed Virus Response; Michael Cohen to be Released to Home Confinement & Judge Says Government Acted in Retaliatory Manner Over Future Book; Mark Zandi, Chief Economist, Moody's Analytics, Discusses 1.4 Million More Filing for Unemployment Last Week, Need for Congress to Act. Aired 11:30a-12p ET
• U.S. on Verge of Surpassing 4 Million Cases as Hospitals Suffer; Trump and Putin Speak, White House Says No Mention of Bounties on U.S. Troops. Aired 1-1:30p ET
• Commissioner Melissa McKinlay (D-Palm Beach, District 7) Discusses Curfew Looming after 600 Attend Block Party; Karine Jean- Pierre, Joe Biden Presidential Campaign Senior Adviser, Discusses Biden Calling Trump America's "First" Racist President, Biden Giving More Speeches Over News Conferences; MLB Returns Tonight with No Fans, No Spitting, Lots of Testing. Aired 1:30-2p ET
• "Miracle Larry" Leaves Hospital After 128-Day Battle with COVID; Ocasio-Cortez: Don't Need Yoho to Apologize When Doesn't Want To; Education Secretary Falsely Claims Kids are Virus "Stoppers"; Neil Bradley, U.S. Chamber of Commerce Chief Policy Officer, Discusses Trump Using Virus to Crack Down on Immigration & Big Business Sues. Aired 2:30-3p ET
• Coronavirus Cases Now Top 4 Million in U.S.; Nationals' Star, Juan Soto, Tests Positive for COVID-19, will Miss MLB Season Opener; Shortened Major League Baseball Season Starts Tonight; Minimizing COVID-19 Complications for Pregnant Women. Aired 3:30-4p ET


July 22, 2020
• A Race For COVID-19 Vaccine; Chinese Hackers Accused Of Trying To Steal Vaccine Data; White House/Republicans Divided On Stimulus Plan; Israelis Frustrated Over Netanyahu's Handling Of The Coronavirus Pandemic; How Rwanda Handle Their Coronavirus Pandemic. Aired 3-4a ET
• 1,000+ U.S. Deaths in a Day, Officials Warn Crisis Will Get Worse; New Cases, Hospitalizations Surge in South Texas Hotspots; U.S. Accuses China of Spying, Orders Closure of Houston Consulate. Aired 10-10:30a ET
• Some COVID-19 Test Results Delayed up to Two Weeks; California Surpasses New York for Most U.S. Cases; Latin American Hospitals Pushed to Breaking Point; Oxford COVID-19 Vaccine Faces Key Test in South Africa; Scientists Consider "Human Challenge Trials" to Test Vaccine; Pompeo Praises Britain for Actions on Huawei; Report: Russian Interference in Politics is 'The New Normal'; Growing Backlash Against U.S. Forces in Portland; U.S. Accuses Chinese Hackers of Trying to Steal Vaccine Data; Many Israelis Frustrated Over Netanyahu's Handling of COVID-19; Containing the Virus: How Rwanda Got it Right; Battle Over Uber Drivers' Rights Hits U.K. Supreme Court. Aired 12-1a ET
• U.S. Nears 4 Million Cases with Nearly 142K Deaths; California Surpasses New York for Most U.S. Cases; Some COVID-19 Test Results Delayed up to Two Weeks; Growing Backlash against U.S. Forces in Portland; Federal Agents Beat Navy Veteran; U.K. Took Its "Eye off the Ball on Russian Meddling; U.S. Accuses Chinese Hackers Of Trying To Steal Vaccine Data; Many Israelis Frustrated Over Netanyahu's Handling Of Virus; Monsoon Rains Trigger Deadly Flooding On India. Aired 2-3a ET
• U.S. Accuses China of Spying; Portland Protesters Push Back Against Agents; Arizona Teachers Protest Reopening; Broward County to Resume Classes Online; Republicans and White House Split over Stimulus. Aired 9:30-10a ET
• Trump Trying to Regain Credibility on Coronavirus Response?; Republicans Face Internal Conflict Over Stimulus Package; Coronavirus Surging. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• U.S. Calls for Houston Chinese Consulate Closure; U.S. Ambassador to the U.K. Woody Johnson Accused of Ethics Violations; Family Contracted COVID-19 While Distancing But Without Masks. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• Trump Urges Public to Wear Masks During White House Briefing on Coronavirus; Some Stats Show Positive Progress Against Coronavirus; "Wall of Moms" Shields Demonstrators from Federal Agents; U.S. Accuses Chinese Hackers of Trying to Steal Vaccine Data. Aired 4-4:30a ET
• Fauci On Vaccines: We Are Going As Quickly As We Can; Republicans Split On Plans For New Stimulus Package; Trump & Biden Face Accusations Of Cognitive Decline. Aired 12:30-1p ET
• Texas Hospitals Struggling to Handle Surge in Cases; Oxford COVID-19 Vaccine Faces Key Test in South Africa; Chefs and Restaurant Owners Join Protests in Israel. Aired 4:30-5a ET
• Projected COVID-19 Deaths Decline As Mask Use Increases; Joe Biden and Barack Obama to Post Conversation to Social Media Tomorrow; Senate Republicans Negotiate Fourth COVID-19 Relief Bill. Aired 2- 2:30p ET
• Trump Resumes White House Coronavirus Briefing; California Surpasses New York with the Most Coronavirus Cases in the U.S.; Florida Governor Says State on the "Right Course" in Virus Fight; New Cases, Hospitalizations Surging in South Texas Hot Spots; Interview with Savannah Mayor Van Johnson about Coronavirus Cases; Georgia Governor Launches Campaign Encouraging People to Wear Masks While Still Fighting Mask Mandate in Atlanta; U.S. Abruptly Orders the Closure of Chinese Houston Consulate; Arizona Teachers Gear Up for Protest Over COVID Fears. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• U.S. Records 1,000+ Coronavirus Deaths on Tuesday; Fauci: COVID-19 Is "Historic Pandemic" with No "End in Sight"; Trump, 6 Months Ago: "We Have It Totally Under Control"; Florida Reports 8,752 New Cases; California Surpasses NY for Most COVID Cases in U.S.; Dr. Mizuho Morrison Discusses Rising Cases in Southern California. Aired 11-11:30a ET
• The Global Race to Find a COVID-19 Vaccine; Texas Hospitals Struggling to Handle Surge in Cases; White House, Republicans Divided over Stimulus Plan; U.K.'s Russia Investigation; Pompeo Praises Britain for Actions on Huawei; Monsoon Rains Trigger Deadly Flooding in India; Fauci: Don't Wait to Get a Vaccine When It's Available. Aired 1-2a ET
• Biden, Obama Criticize Trump's Leadership In Socially-Distanced Meeting; Biden Campaign Ad Touts His Experience Being "Tested"; Alberto Carvalho, Superintendent, Miami-Dade Public Schools, Discusses County Pushing Forward With Plans To Reopen Schools; Source: U.S. Ambassador To U.K. Accused Of Sexist, Racist Comments & Pushing To Have British Open Played At Trump Golf Course; Extra $600 Unemployment Benefit Set To Expire Within Days. Aired 11:30a-12p ET
• Congress Debating Extending $600 Unemployment Benefit; Arizona Doctors Hope Cases Leveling Off After Sharp Spike; Arizona Reports 148,600-Plus Cases As Deaths Top 2,900; Officials Warn Crisis Will Get Worse As U.S. Cases Surge; U.S. Orders Chinese Consulate Closed In Houston. Aired 12-12:30p ET
• U.S. Reports 64,000-Plus New Cases, 1,000 Deaths In One Day; WHO Says COVID Will Spread To Schools In Infected Communities; Trump's U.S. City Chaos Ad Uses Photos Of Ukraine In 2014. Aired 1-1:30p ET
• Fifteen Shot Near Chicago Funeral Home As Trump Threatens Federal Forces; Rep. Chip Roy (R-TX) Discusses House GOP Confronting Liz Cheney Over Support Of Fauci; Florida GOP Lawmaker Apologizes To AOC, Denies Using Gender Slur. Aired 1:30-2p ET
• GOP Infighting Over Next Round Of Coronavirus Stimulus Relief; Interview With Sen. Kristen Gillibrand (D-NY); Former Sen. Russ Feingold (D-WI) Discusses Trump Deploying Federal Agents In Cities, Warnings On Creating The Homeland Security Department, Voting Against Patriot Act; U.S. Ambassador To U.K. Accused Of Sexist, Racist Comments & Pushing To Have British Open Played At Trump Golf Course. Aired 2:30-3p ET
• New Cases, Hospitalizations Surge In South Texas Hotspots; U.S. Mayors Demand Trump Withdraw Federal Forces From Cities; NYT: $52 Million Pop-Up Hospital Treated 79 Patients At Peak of Crisis. Aired 3:30-4p ET


July 21, 2020
• U.S. Lawmakers Search for Answers to Stop Spike in COVID-19 Cases; The World Waits for the First COVID Vaccine; City Mayors Says No to Federal Authorities. Aired 3-4a ET
• Florida Reports More Than 10,000 New Infections; Three Vaccine Candidates Show Promising Early Results; Republicans Split with White House Over Stimulus Plan; EU Agrees on $2 Trillion COVID-19 Economic Recovery Plan; Trump Faces Off with City Mayors Over Federal Forces; Florida Hospitals Overwhelmed with New Cases. Aired 4-4:30a ET
• Many Virus Survivors Deal with Long-Term Symptoms; Online Support Group Helps "Long-Haul Patients"; California May Be on the Brink of New Stay-at-Home Order; Federal Officials Not Retreating in Protest Crackdown; Antibodies as Therapy or Possible Treatment for COVID-19; NFL and Players' Union Agree on Testing Plan for Camps. Aired 1-2a ET
• Trump Bringing Back Coronavirus Briefings as Cases Surge; COVID-19 Cases, Hospitalizations Surging in Louisiana; Georgia Hospital Strains to Handle Patient Surge as COVID Cases Spike. Aired 10-10:30a ET
• Interview with Savannah Mayor Van R. Johnson about Teaming Up With New York Governor; California May Be on the Brink of New Stay-at- Home Order; Secretary Mike Pompeo Meeting with U.K. Leaders in London; Gunman Kills Judge's Son, Wounds Her Husband; Testing Delays Hinder Virus Response. Aired 4:30-5a ET
• Kremlin Denies Putin Received Experimental Vaccine; Effects of COVID-19 Can Be Felt for Months; U.K. Suspends Hong Kong Extradition Treaty; Dominic Thiem Says He'll Play in U.S. Open. Aired 12-1a ET
• Trump Resurrecting Coronavirus Task Force Briefings; Study: Links Between Virus And Genetic, Blood Type Variables; U.K. Suspends Hong Kong Extradition Treaty. Aired 2-3a ET
• Senate Republicans Split With White House Over Funding For Testing; COVID-19 Cases Surge In California; Trump Administration Preparing To Send Federal Agents To Chicago. Aired 9:30-10a ET
• NFL Set to Begin Training Camps; Trump Set to Hold Coronavirus Task Force Briefing; Coronavirus Surging in California, Florida. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• Trump to Bring Back Coronavirus Briefings as Cases Surge; Florida Hospitals Ask State for Nurses; Judge to Hear Arguments in Battle Over Atlanta Mask Mandate; Arizona Sees Slight Downward Trend in Hospitalizations, Ventilator Use; Quest Diagnostics Says Test Results Could Take Up to Two Weeks; Surgeon General: U.S. Needs to Lower COVID-19 Transmission Rate Before Reopening Schools; Missouri Governor Downplays COVID Risk to School Children; Senate Republicans Split With White House Over Testing Funding. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• Interview with Harris County Judge Lina Hidalgo; Republicans in Congress Disagree on Fourth COVID-19 Stimulus; Trump Hotels Import Chinese Products During Trade Talks. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• U.S. Case Count Skyrockets; Florida Reports 9,000+ New Infections; Miami Teachers Union: Governor "Playing Politics" with Kids' Lives; Dr. Craig Spencer Discusses Case Surges in U.S., Delays in Test Results, Trump Now Advocating Masks; Governor Andy Beshear (D- Kentucky) Discusses New Restrictions as Cases Surge, Lawsuit by Kentucky A.G. on Restrictions; No White House Medical Experts Expected at Trump Briefing Today. Aired 11-11:30a ET
• Major Lab: COVID-19 Test Results Can Take Up To Two Weeks; GA Hospital Strains To Handle Patient Surge As COVID Cases Spike; Biden Rolls Out Economic Proposal Focused On Caregivers. Aired 12:30-1p ET
• No White House Medical Experts Expected at Trump Briefing Today; Dr. Gustavo Ferrer Discusses Florida Needing Staff, Supplies as Cases Rise, Miami-Dade ICUs at 130% Capacity; Unidentified Federal Agents Fire Tear Gas at Portland Protesters as Trump Administration Plans to Send 150 Agents to Chicago; Source: NFL Offers Players Deal to Eliminate Preseason Games; Giants Players, Coaches Kneel During National Anthem. Aired 11:30a-12p ET
• COVID-19 New Infection Rates Slow in Half U.S. States; Live Coverage as Joe Biden Unveils Economic Recovery Plan. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• Surgeon General Jerome Adams: Virus Transmission Will Decide If Kids Go Back To School; Summer Surge Pushes Trump To Pivot Coronavirus Strategy; No White House Medical Experts Confirmed For Trump Briefing Today; Vaccine Executives Weigh On Sending Kids To School; Experts Say Antibodies May Be The Bridge To A Vaccine. Aired 12-12:30p ET
• Trump's Virus Briefing Returns Tonight, Likely Without Doctors; Judge Recuses Self From Mask Case Between Georgia Governor, Atlanta Mayor. Aired 1-1:30p ET
• Chicago Mayor Warns Trump: "I Will Not Allow" Troops In City; Sen. Tammy Duckworth (D-IL) Discusses Trump Deploying Federal Agents To Democrat Cities, Trump's Opposition To Renaming Bases Named After Confederates, Tucker Carlson's Attacks; Lawmaker Reportedly Verbally Accosts Ocasio-Cortez; Update On Coronavirus Responses Around The Country; CDC: Data Reveals More Had COVID-19 Than Official Numbers Show. Aired 1:30-2p ET
• Biden Criticizes Trump's Pandemic Response & Lays Out Economic Recovery Plan In Wake Of Pandemic; Interview With Trump Campaign Communications Director, Tim Murtaugh; Dr. James Phillips Discusses Dangers Of Hydroxychloroquine, Slams Tim Murtaugh; New Study Shows How To Stop Large Virus Outbreaks. Aired 2:30-3p ET
• NFL To Test Players Daily Amid Widespread Shortages, Delays; Arizona Reports 134 COVID-19 Deaths Today; Experts Say Antibodies May Be The Bridge To A Vaccine. Aired 3:30-4p ET


July 20, 2020
• Trump Defends Handling of Crisis as Cases Surge; Florida Reports More Than 12,000 New Cases on Sunday; New York City to Begin Final Reopen Phase on Monday; Online Support for 'Long-Haul' COVID-19 Patients; Sweden Pays Human & Economic Price for Staying Open; Hong Kong Tightens Measures After Record Number of Cases; Peru Turns to Venezuelan Migrants to Collect the Dead; Growing Concerns Over Tokyo Olympics. Aired 12-1a ET
• Trump Downplays Virus Surge When Confronted with Data; Los Angeles Reports Most Single-Day Hospitalizations; Many Virus Survivors Deal with Long-Term Symptoms; E.U. Summit Stalls over Economic Recovery Fund; Sweden Pays Human and Economic Price for Staying Open. Aired 1-2a ET
• Some States Hit Record Infections as U.S. Nears 4 Million Cases; Growing Number of Major Retailers Requiring Masks at Stores; Several Mayors Issue Mask Mandates as Cases Surge in U.S. Aired 10- 10:30a ET
• Georgia Sets Record for New Daily Cases Over Weekend; Arizona's Death Toll Hits New Daily Record; Miami to Fine First-Time Offenders for Not Wearing Masks in Public; Trump Insists He's Right on Virus As Cases Surge in the U.S.; Some States Hit Record New Infections as U.S. Nears 4 Million Cases; Son of a Federal Judge Gunned Down at the Family Home in New Jersey. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• Home Attack in New Jersey; Protests in Portland; L.A. Contemplating Stay-At-Home Order; Athens Issued Mask Mandate; Daycares Provide Model for Schools. Aired 9:30-10a
• Trump Sending Law Enforcement to Chicago?; Interview With Dunwoody, Georgia, Mayor Lynn Deutsch; Coronavirus Surging. Aired 3- 3:30p ET
• Federal Judge's Family Shot; GOP Congressional Leaders Meet with Trump to Discuss COVID-19 Stimulus Today; Russia Announces Vaccine is Nearing Perfection. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• House Honors Rep. John Lewis; CNN: Suspect In Attack On Federal Judge's Family Is Dead; President Trump Says He'll Resume Coronavirus Briefings. Aired 12:30-1p ET
• Trump Coronavirus Spin Clashes with Grim Reality; U.S. Adds Nearly 500,000 new Cases in Single Day; Dr. Rochelle Walensky Discusses COVID-19 Cases Rising in 31 States, Oxford Vaccine Showing Promise, Trump Opposing National Mask Mandate; Gunman Kills Son, Wounds Husband of NJ Federal Judge; Dr. Alison Haddock Discusses Rising Coronavirus Cases Pushing Hospitals to Breaking Point. Aired 11-11:30a ET
• COVID-19 Sun Belt Surge Continues; Oxford Vaccine to Enter Phase III Trials; CNN Television Special Explores Trump Conspiracy Theory Ties. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• Trump Defends Handling Of Crisis As Cases Surge; Hong Kong Tightens Measures After Record Number Of Cases; UAE's Hope Probe Successfully Launches From Japan. Aired 2-3a ET
• President Trump Embrace Wrong Theory than Facts from Science; Hospitals in Florida Run Out of ICU Beds; Bahamas Impose Travel Ban to U.S.; Hong Kong Takes Aggressive Action as COVID Cases Increases; Countries Racing to Develop COVID Vaccine. Aired 3-4a ET
• Dr. Alison Haddock Discusses Rising Coronavirus Cases Pushing Hospitals to Breaking Point; Trump Repeats False Claims on Mail-in Ballots & Refuses to Say if He'll Accept Election Results; Trump Meets with GOP Leaders on New COVID-19 Stimulus Package, Says He'll Restart His COVID Briefings; L.A. Mayor: City on "Brink" of Issuing New Stay- at-Home Order & Sets Record for Hospitalizations on Sunday; Arizona's Death Toll Hits New Daily Record. Aired 11:30a-12p ET
• Arizona's Death Toll Hits New Daily Record; Florida Records Another 10,000-Plus Coronavirus Cases; President Donald Trump: I Don't Believe In A Nationwide Mask Mandate; Gunman Kills New Jersey Federal Judge's Son, Wounds Judge's Husband; House Holds Moment Of Silence In Memory Of Representative John Lewis. Aired 12-12:30p ET
• Hospitalizations And Coronavirus Case Numbers In U.S. Breaking Records Across Many States; Twenty-Five Million Americans Expected To Lose Critical Government Help By Next Week; No Coordinated U.S. National Plan To Control The Virus. Aired 1-1:30p ET
• Dr. Stephen Kessler Discusses 87 Doctors Signing Letter Urging Arizona Governor Not To Open Schools As Cases Surge; Suspected Gunman In Killing Of Judge's Son At Home Is Dead; Update On Coronavirus Responses Around The Country; Dr. Adrian Burrowes Discusses Anger That Athletes Get Coronavirus Tests While Others Must Wait; New York Governor: "Mistake" For States Was To Listen To Trump's Calls To Reopen. Aired 1:30-2p ET
• Trump Compares Virus To "Sniffles" As Death Toll Tops 140,000; Mother Mourns After Losing Two Children To COVID-19 Within 11 Days; Federal Agents In Portland Beat Navy Vet With Batons, Douse Him With Pepper Spray. Aired 2:30-3p ET
• A 29-Year-Old Tests Positive For Coronavirus Twice In Three Months; Teachers Caught In Middle Over Reopening Schools As Cases Surge; Remembering Civil Rights Leader Rep. John Lewis. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• President Trump Continues to Insist Coronavirus Will Just Go Away; FBI Investigating Shooting Death of a Federal Judge's Son; Coronavirus Cases on the Rise in California. Aired 4-4:30a ET
• Battle Over Georgia Mask Mandate Takes Toll on Businesses; Enhanced U.S. Unemployment Benefits Expire July 31; Portland Has Seen More Than 50 Days of Protests; Democrats Want Investigation Into Use of Federal Forces; Pompeo to Meet with U.K. Leaders Amid U.S.-China Tensions; People Flout Guidance and Crowd Beaches in Barcelona. Aired 4:30-5a ET


July 19, 2020
• World Health Organization Reports Most Coronavirus Cases in a Single Day; Florida Reports More than 10K New Cases, Dozens of Deaths; CDC Projects More than 157K U.S. Deaths by August; Hospitals Adjusting How They Care for Critically Ill Patients; U.S. flags Lowered to Half-Staff Honoring Rep. John Lewis; U.S. Approves Process to Speed Up Testing; Teachers, Parents Worry about Reopening Schools Too Soon; Man's Death Sparks Police Use-of-Force Protests in France; Camouflaged Federal Agents Arresting Protesters in Portland. Aired 12- 1a ET
• COVID-19 Survivor Talks About Infection Complications; CDC Projects More Than 157K U.S. Deaths By August; Hospitals Adjusting How They Care For Critically Ill Patients; Camouflaged Federal Agents Arresting Protesters In Portland; U.S. Flags Lowered To Half-Staff Honoring Rep. John Lewis; States Provoke Clashes As More Announce Mask Mandates; Poll: Workers Worry About Bringing Virus Home; Mexico Sees Rise In Domestic Violence During Pandemic. Aired 2-3a ET
• Florida Reports More Than 10K New Cases, Dozens Of Deaths; "The New York Times": White House Pushed Responsibility For COVID-19 Crisis Onto States; Camouflaged Federal Agents Arresting Protesters In Portland; U.S. Flags Lowered To Half-Staff Honoring Rep. John Lewis; States Provoke Clashes As More Announce Mask Mandates; Israel Imposes Restrictions Amid Surge In New Cases. Aired 3-4a ET
• Trump Holds "Tele-Rally" As Virus Ravages The U.S.; Florida Reports More Than 10K New Cases, Dozens Of Deaths; White House Opposes Additional Funding To CDC For Testing; Latin America And Caribbean Facing Millions Of Cases; Camouflaged Federal Agents Arresting Protesters In Portland; U.S. Flags Lowered To Half-Staff Honoring Rep. John Lewis; Los Angeles Mayor Sending Mobile Testing Teams Around City. Aired 4-5a ET
• Studies Indicate Coronavirus Antibodies May Last Only Months; Florida Reports More Than 10K New Cases, Dozens Of Deaths; Trump Administration Pushing To Reopen Schools Fully; Camouflaged Federal Agents Arresting Protesters In Portland; World Health Organization Reports Most Coronavirus Cases In A Single Day; Latin America And Caribbean Facing Millions Of Cases; U.S. Flags Lowered To Half-Staff Honoring Rep. John Lewis. Aired 5-6a ET
• Trump Calls Fauci An Alarmist, Blames Testing And Downplays Virus; Trump Defending Cognitive Test, Claims Questions Were Hard; Texas Motor Speedway Hosts First Major Sporting Event In Texas; Governor Of Georgia Sues The Mayor Of Atlanta Over Mask Mandate; The Role Children Play In Spreading The Virus; New York Set For Phase Four Re-Opening. Aired 5-6p ET
• Global Deaths Surpass 600,000 As Trump Downplays U.S. Surge; Florida Sees Hospitalizations Spike; Atlanta Mayor Bottoms Slams Gov. Kemp Suit, Implies Sexist Or Racist Motivations; Trump Says, Fauci Has Had Some Mistakes, He's A Bit Of An Alarmist; Today's Texas NASCAR Race Allowing Fans At 50 Percent Capacity; Russia Touts Vaccine Development But Faces Accusations Of Stealing Research. Aired 2-3p ET
• Trump Pushes Back On U.S. COVID-19 Mortality Rate, Downplays Crisis; Florida Reports More Than 12,000 New COVID-19 Cases; Georgia's Governor Sues Atlanta Mayor Over Mask Mandate; Millions Of Americans' Extra Unemployment Benefits Set To Expire; More Violent Protests Erupt In Portland As Federal Troops Arrive; Two GOP Senators Mistakenly Tweet Tributes To Lewis Using Pictures Of Rep. Elijah Cummings. Aired 4-5p ET
• Trump Downplays Virus Surge, Even When Confronted With Data; Trump Falsely Claims Nations With Fewer Cases Don't Test; Trump Calls Fauci A Bit Of An Alarmist Even As Cases Spike; Dr. Deborah Birx Emerges As Most Powerful Person In White House On Virus; Georgia Governor Sues Atlanta Mayor Locked In Tense Battle Over Masks. Aired 6-7p ET
• Global Deaths Surpass 600,000 As Trump Continues To Downplay U.S. Surge; Teachers Call On Trump Administration For Additional Resources; LA Mayor Says They Are On The Brink OF Reissuing Stay-At- Home Order. Aired 3-4p ET
• Trump Falsely Claims Nations with Fewer Cases Don't Test; No ICU Beds Available at Florida's 49 Hospitals; CDC Updates Guidance for COVID Patients Who are Isolating; Atlanta Mayor Slams Governor Brian Kemp's Lawsuit; Trump Disputes FOX News Poll Showing Him Trailing Biden. Aired 7-8p ET


July 18, 2020
• Civil Rights Icon and U.S. Lawmaker John Lewis Dies; U.S. Fails to Get Pandemic under Control; Poll: 64 Percent Distrust Trump on COVID-19; At Least 27 States Pause or Roll Back Reopening; Some Latin American Countries Breaking COVID-19 Records; China is Feeling Empowered by Trump. Aired 2-3a ET
• Civil Rights Icon and U.S. Lawmaker John Lewis Dies; Back to School in the Age of COVID-19; White House Blocks CDC from Testifying on Schools Reopening; China is Feeling Empowered by Trump; John Lewis Remembers Bloody Sunday. Aired 3-3:30a ET
• Civil Rights Icon and U.S. Lawmaker John Lewis Dies; White House Blocks CDC from Testifying on Schools Reopening; Exclusive Look at Russia's Coronavirus Research Lab; U.S. Fails to Get Pandemic under Control; Poll: 64 Percent Distrust Trump on COVID-19; Back to School in the Age of COVID-19; E.U. Leaders Deadlocked on COVID-19 Recovery Plan; Ruth Bader Ginsburg Announces Cancer Recurrence; War Veteran Tom Moore Knighted by Queen Elizabeth. Aired 4-5a ET
• Civil Rights Icon Congressman John Lewis Passes Away; Former U.S. Presidents Comment on Passing of Congressman John Lewis; Legacy of Congressman John Lewis and Civil Rights Movement Examined; President Trump Yet to Comment Publicly on Passing of Congressman John Lewis; Coronavirus Continues to Spread in Southern Half of U.S.; Miami City Mandating Mask Wearing to Combat Coronavirus Spread; Rep. Sheila Jackson Lee (D-TX) Interviewed on Legacy of Congressman John Lewis; Former Education Secretary John B. King Discusses Possibility of Reopening Schools. Aired 10-11a ET
• Civil Rights Icon Congressman John Lewis Passes Away; Civil Rights Icon C.T. Vivian Passes Away; Rep. Eleanor Holmes Norton (D) of Washington D.C. Interviewed on Her Friendship with and Legacy of Congressman John Lewis; President Trump Comments Publicly on Passing of Congressman John Lewis; Democratic Candidate for Senate in Georgia Jon Ossoff Interviewed on Being Mentored by Congressman John Lewis; Tampa, Florida, Mayor Jane Castor Interviewed on Steps Being Taken to Reduce Coronavirus Spread; Coronavirus Cases Continue to Rise in Southern California and Arizona; Fifteen Women Accuse Washington Redskins Staffers of Sexual Harassment and Verbal Abuse. Aired 2-3p ET
• Civil Rights Icon And U.S. Lawmaker John Lewis Dies; U.S. Fails To Get Pandemic Under Control; Poll: 64 Percent Distrust Trump On COVID-19; Eventual Vaccine Critical To Get Herd Immunity; Oregon State Leaders Demand Federal Authorities Withdraw From Arresting Protesters; Mary Trump Attests To The U.S. President's Racism; Some Latin American Countries Breaking COVID-19 Records. Aired 5-6a ET
• Civil Rights Legend Rep. John Lewis Dies At 80; GA Governor, Atlanta Mayor Clash Over Mandating Masks; Interview With Athens-Clarke County, GA Mayor Kelly Girtz (D); Florida, Louisiana, Arizona Now Lead The Nation In COVID Cases; Civil Rights Leader Reverend C.T. Vivian Dies At 95. Aired 11a-12p ET
• Civil Rights Legend Rep. John Lewis Dies At 80; Civil Rights Leader Rev. C.T. Vivian Dies At 95; Trump Silent On Rep. Lewis' Death As Tributes Pour In; Gov. DeSantis Gives Update On COVID-19 In Florida; Trump Rips Niece Mary Trump In First Comments About Her Book. Aired 12-1p ET
• Rep. John Lewis (D-GA), Titan Of Civil Rights, Dies At Age 80; CDC Forecasts 157,000-Plus U.S. COVID-19 Deaths By August 8; White House Blocks CDC Director From Testifying On Reopening Schools; Worried Teachers Prepare Wills Amid School Reopening Debate; Tabatha Rosproy, 2020 National Teacher Of The Year, Discusses Reopening Schools, DeVos Saying Online Schools Are "Disasters". Aired 3-4p ET
• Rep. John Lewis, Titan Of Civil Rights, Dies At Age 80; Fauci To Leaders: Be Forceful As Possible On Masks; Florida Reports 10,000- Plus Cases Today; Major Retail Chains Make Masks Mandatory; Starbucks Training Workers On How To Handle Maskless Customers; Salesforce CEO Calls For "Cultural Revolution" On Masks In U.S.; Justice Ginsburg Undergoing Chemo For Cancer Recurrence. Aired 4-5p ET
• U.S. Loses Two Civil Rights Legends In One Day; Rep. John Lewis (D-GA) Dies At 80 After Battle With Pancreatic Cancer; Interview With Rep. Terri Sewell (D-AL); Interview With Rep. Hank Johnson (D-GA); Trump Orders Flags To Half-Staff In Honor Of John Lewis; Rev. Bernice King Discusses Congressman John Lewis And His Legacy & Death Of Rev. C.T. Lewis. Aired 1-2p ET
• Florida Reports 10,328 New COVID-19 Cases Today; Interview With Rep. Ilhan Omar (D-MN) Regarding Death Of Rep. John Lewis; WH Report: 18 States In Virus "Red Zone" Should Roll Back Reopenings; Rep. John Lewis, Titan Of Civil Rights, Dies At Age 80; Police Clean, Disinfect Ambulances To Keep Hospital Workers Safe. Aired 6-7p ET
• Miami-Dade County ICUs At 122% Capacity Amid Pandemic; DeSantis Declines To Close Gyms As Florida Cases Surge; Rep. John Lewis, Titan Of Civil Rights, Dies At Age 80. Aired 5-6p ET
• Civil Rights Icon and U.S. Lawmaker John Lewis has Died; U.S. Fails to Get Pandemic Under Control as Cases Surge; Kremlin Denies Russian Spies Tried to Hack Vaccine Research; Global Energy Challenge: As the World Deals With the Effects of a Global Pandemic, Will It Accelerate a Faster Shift Towards Cleaner Forms of Energy? Aired 1-2a ET


July 17, 2020
• Texas Reports a Record 129 Deaths on Thursday; Hospitals in Miami at 95% Capacity; Georgia Governor Sues to Stop Mask Mandates; Critics Blast Trump for Lack of Strategy, Leadership; Hong Kong Cracks Down on Third Wave of Infections; India Reports More Than 1 Million Confirmed COVID-19 Cases; Virus Surges in Brazil; Warning from Bolivian Nurses: 'Everything Has Collapsed'; U.S. Breaks One-Day Record with 75,000+ New Cases; Trump Administration Increasing Anti- China Rhetoric; Russia Denies Hacking Attacks on Vaccine Developers; Imperial College Vaccine in Second Round of Human Trials; Brazil Now Reporting More Than Two Million COVID-19 Cases. Aired 12-1a ET
• Thirty-nine States Makes Masks Mandatory; India's Coronavirus Hit the One Million Mark; Russia Push Back to Allegations of Hacking; Hong Kong Tighten Rules Amid Spike in COVID; United States Looking to Ban Travel to China; Coronavirus Pandemic; Brazil Now Reporting More Than 2 Million Covid-19 Cases; Nations Struggle To Contain Global Outbreaks; South Africa Now Has More Than 300,000 Covid-19 Cases; Health Officials, Death Rate Low Despite Increase In Cases; Virus Surges In South America's Largest Country; Peru Surpasses 341,000 Covid-19 Cases And 12,600 Deaths; Warning From Bolivian Nurses, Everything Has Collapsed; Bolivian Cemeteries Fill Up As Virus Spreads; IMF, Second Wave Could Worsen Global Economic Crisis; IMF Chief Predicts Possible Covid Crisis Fallout; Small Businesses Struggle During Crisis; Twitter Hack Investigations; Real Madrid captures Spanish League Title. Aired 3-4a ET
• When Will It End? U.S's COVID Record Wednesday Shattered Thursday; India's Irony: Massive Case Numbers, Low Death Rates; 1,300 People Die Of COVID In Brazil Wednesday; U.K. Vaccine Tests Shows Promise; U.S. Breaks One-Day Record with 75,000-plus New Cases; Tensions Rising Between the U.S. and China; The U.S. Economy: Good News and Bad; Twitter Hack Sparks Growing National Security Concerns; Interview with Christian Cooper. Aired 1-2a ET
• U.S. Sets One-Day Record for New Cases, 77,000+; Texas Reports a Record 129 Deaths on Thursday; Hospitals in Miami at 95 Percent Capacity; Brazil Now Reporting More Than Two Million COVID-19 Cases: Nations Struggle to Contain Global Outbreaks; India Tops 1 Million Confirmed Coronavirus Cases; South Africa Now Has More Than 300,000 COVID-19 Cases. Aired 4-4:30a ET
• U.S. Shatters Single-Day Record For New Cases As Crisis Deepens; Anti-Mask Protest Abruptly Ends Utah Meeting On Reopening Schools; Texas Governor Defends Mask Order To State GOP Convention. Aired 10-10:30a ET
• Trump has Called for U.S. Schools to Fully Reopen in Fall; Russia Accused of Hacking Vaccine Developers; Imperial College Vaccine in Second Round of Human Trials; Trump Administration Increasing Anti- China Rhetoric; Small Businesses Struggle During Crisis; Real Madrid Capture Spanish League Title; FBI Investigation Hack on High-Profile Twitter Accounts. Aired 4:30-5a ET
• Stark White House Report on Coronavirus Goes Unpublished; Interview With Stacey Abrams; Coronavirus Cases Exploding. Aired 3- 3:30p ET
• Brooklyn Nets' Garrett Temple On Being Inside The NBA Bubble; Sec. Mnuchin Says Admin. Supports More Money For Small Businesses; Dems Tell Members Of Congress Not To Attend Convention. Aired 12:30-1p ET
• Los Angeles County Hits New Record; South Carolina Records 69 Deaths; Washington's NFL Team under Investigation; Mercedes Schlapp is Interviewed about the Trump Campaign. Aired 9:30-10a
• California, Texas and South Carolina Governors Announce COVID- 19 Policy Adjustments; Interview with Former Acting Chairman of White House Council of Economic Advisors Tomas Philipson; Brazil Passes 2 Million COVID-19 Cases as India Also Surges. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• Georgia's Governor Clashes with Atlanta Mayor Over Mask Mandate; Florida Becomes Leading Nation in Per Capita COVID-19 Cases; New Testing Site Set Up in Phoenix, Arizona; White House Says At Least 18 States in Coronavirus "Red Zones" Should Enact Stricter Measures; CDC Delays Release of Guidance on Reopening Schools; Texas Health Official Warns His Community is in "Dire Need". Aired 9-9:30a ET
• Kellyanne Conway: Trump's Poll Numbers Were Higher When He Was Giving Daily Coronavirus Briefings; Florida Reports More Than 11,000 New Cases in Single Day; Unpublished White House Task Force Reports Says 18 States in Coronavirus "Red Zone" Should Roll Back Reopenings; Georgia Governor Sues Atlanta Mayor Over City's Mask Mandate; Colorado Governor Jared Polis (D-Colorado) Discusses His Decision to Reverse Course and Mandates Masks. Aired 11-11:30a ET
• White House Report Says 18 States Should Roll Back Reopenings; Trump Pushes to Reopen Schools in a bid for White Suburban Voters; Tennessee Mayor and Wife Test Positive for COVID; CNN Series Takes on Injustice in America. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• Did Not Air 2-3a ET
• Center for Public Integrity Obtains COVID-19 Recommendations Not Released by White House; Interview with Rep. Veronica Escobar (D- TX); Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg Announces Undergoing Chemotherapy. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• Pentagon Issues New Policy on Display of Flags at Bases; Trump Tries to Sway Suburban Voters by Stoking Racial Divisions; Poll: Majority of Americans Disapprove of Trump's Handling of Coronavirus; Dr. Harry Heiman Discusses Georgia Battle Over Masks and the Virus. Aired 11:30a-12p ET
• CDC Delays Release Of Additional Documents On Reopening Schools; Dr. Anthony Fauci: We Should Make Sure It Is Safe To Get Children Back To School; Daily New Cases, Hospitalizations Rising In South Carolina; South Carolina Governor On In-Person School: "Parents Need To Have A Choice"; Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg Is Getting Chemo For Cancer Lesions On Liver. Aired 12-12:30p ET
• U.S. Hits New Daily Record, 9th Time In Last Month; Standoff Escalates As Georgia Governor Sues Atlanta Mayor For Mask Mandate; Florida Closes Pandemic Response Center After 12 Test Positive. Aired 1-1:30p ET
• Oklahoma Governor Seen in Public Without Mask before Testing Positive; Anger Erupts at Utah Public Meeting over Mask Mandate in Schools; Update on Coronavirus Responses Around the Country; Home Depot, Lowe's Join Retailers Requiring Masks Nationwide. Aired 1:30-2p ET
• Trump Hasn't Had a Pandemic-Related Event in 10 Days; White House Won't Say If Trump Will Send Son to School: "Personal Decision"; More NBA Players Test Positive While in Quarantine Bubble in Orlando; Former NBA Coach Stan Van Gundy Blasts Florida Governor on His Handling of Coronavirus, Mask Deniers; 2 California Churches Sue Governor Over Ban on Singing. Aired 2:30-3p ET


July 16, 2020
• Did Not Air 3:30-4a ET
• Moderna Keeps Its Fingers Crossed for Phase Three Trial; Healthcare Workers Trying to Stay Afloat in Overloaded Hospitals; Spain Remembers 28,000 Souls Taken by COVID-19; Attacks on Dr. Fauci Boomerangs to His Critics; China Pissed with Gangster-like Moves by U.S.; Twitter Accounts of High-Profile People Was Compromised; Centuries Old Statue Replaced with BLM Protester. Aired 3-3:30a ET
• Fauci: We Need To Hit The Reset Button; Southern U.S. States Account For 25 Percent Of The World's COVID Cases; US And China's Diplomatic And Economic Storm; Mexico's Women Face Onslaught Of Domestic Violence; Trump Replaces Campaign Manager amid Low Poll Numbers; OPEC and Allies Begin Easing Oil Cuts; Twitter Blames Coordinated Attack for Hack of Biden, Obama, Gates, Musk, Bezos; Vaccine Trial Expanding after Promising Results; Baby Infected with Coronavirus in Womb; The Mask Economy. Aired 1-2a ET
• Johns Hopkins Says U.S. Cases Near 3.5 Million; Florida Cases Top 300,000, More Than Most Countries; At Least 36 U.S. States Mandate Face Masks in Public; Moderna Vaccine Prepares for Phase 3 Trial; Fauci Defends Himself From White House Attacks; Spain Holds Ceremony Honoring COVID-19 Victims; U.S. Military COVID-19 Cases Rising in Japan. Aired 4-4:30a ET
• Officials Rush To Issue New Restrictions As U.S. Nears 3.5 Million Cases; Trump Demotes Campaign Manager Amid Sinking Polls; WNBA Star Say She Was Denied Medical Opt-Out, Team Says She'll Be Paid Whether Or Not She Plays. Aired 10-10:30a ET
• Record COVID-19 Hospitalizations in 14 States; New CDC School Reopening Guidelines Expected Friday; Vaccine Trial Expanding after Promising Results; Hong Kong Government Condemns U.S. Hong Kong Autonomy Act; Trump Districts from Navarro on Fauci Attack; Experts Link Hong Kong Outbreak to Easing of Restrictions; More Than 400 Million People in India Under Lockdown Again; French Study: Baby Infected with Coronavirus in Womb; Mexico Sees Rise in Domestic Violence During Pandemic; Police Reveal New Body Cam Footage of George Floyd Arrest; U.S. Retailers Adapt to the New Mask Economy. Aired 12- 1a ET
• French Study: Baby Infected with Coronavirus in Womb; High- Profile Twitter Accounts Hacked in Cryptocurrency Scam; U.S. Slaps Visa Restriction on Employees of Huawei and other Chinese Tech Companies; China Summons U.S. Ambassador Over Hong Kong Autonomy Act; Police Reveal New Body Cam Footage of George Floyd Arrest; Black Protester's Statue Replaces Slave Trader's; U.S. Retailers Adapt to the New Mask Economy. Aired 4:30-5a ET
• Record COVID-19 Hospitalizations in 14 States; New CDC Reopening Guidelines Expected Friday; Trump Districts from Navarro on Fauci Attack; Hong Kong Government Condemns Hong Kong Autonomy Act; Twitter Hack Hits Politicians, Business Leaders; Spanish King to Lead Ceremony Honoring COVID-19 Victims. Aired 2-3a ET
• NYPD Commissioner Dermot Shea is Interviewed about NYC Violence; Rose Parade Canceled; South Carolina Governor Wants In- Person Learning Options; United Shades of America Returns. Aired 9:30- 10a
• U.S. Case Trends: 38 States Rise, 9 Steady, 2 See Decline; Florida Reports 13,000+ New Infections in a Single Day; Dr. Tom Inglesby Discusses Florida's Rising Cases, Fauci Saying Time to Push Reset Button, Team Trump-Fauci Friction; Trump Shuffles Campaign Team as He Struggles in Polls; Poll: Majority of Voters Say They Would Vote for Biden. Aired 11-11:30a ET
• Coronavirus Surging Across Country; Interview With Gov. Andrew Cuomo (D-NY). Aired 3-3:30p ET
• WNBA to Dedicate Season to Black Lives Matter; Americans Continue to File for Unemployment as Extra $600 is Set to Expire; Twitter Hack Last Night Targeted Joe Biden, Barack Obama, Others. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• Fauci Pushes Back on "Bizarre Behavior" By White House to Discredit Him; Rising Cases in Washington Threaten State's Progress After First Outbreak; Officials Push to Issue New Restrictions As U.S. Nears 3.5 Million Cases; Officials Rush to Issue New Restrictions as U.S. Nears 3.5 Million Coronavirus Cases; Interview with Mayor Joe McComb (R) About Spike in Coronavirus Cases in Corpus Christi, Texas; Georgia Governor Bans Cities, Counties from Mandating Masks. Aired 9- 9:30a ET
• Georgia Governor Bans Cities, Counties from Mandating Masks; Refrigerated Trucks Arrive in Texas to Expand Morgue Capacity; Lt. Gov. John Fetterman, (D-Pennsylvania), Discusses Governor Tom Wolf Imposing New Restrictions as Cases Rise; Pelosi Pushing to Help States with New Stimulus; China Pushes Back as Trump Administration Considers Travel Ban on Chinese Communist Party Members. Aired 11:30a-12p ET
• Kansas Delays School Start Until After Labor Day; Wichita Mayor Warns City's Hospitals Close to Capacity; Trump Shuffles Campaign Team as Polls Show Pandemic Issues; Louisiana Official Says Virus Testing Is an American Failure; White House Says Science Should Not Stand in Way Of Opening Schools; NFL Players Association Says 72 Players Test Positive. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• CDC To Release Supplemental Recommendations On School Reopening; Virginia Adopts State-Wide Workplace Safety Standards; Hackers Target Prominent Twitter Accounts In Online Scam. Aired 12:30- 1p ET
• COVID-19 Situation Worsens in Many Parts of the U.S.; Interview with Former U.S. Surgeon General David Satcher; Interview with Trump 2020 National Press Secretary Hogan Gidley. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• U.S. Reports 66,000 More Coronavirus Infections; Nueces County, Texas Limits Beach Traffic Due To Virus Spread; CVS, Target Join Stores Requiring Customers To Wear Mask; Poll: Majority Of Voters Say They Would Elect Biden; President Donald Trump Shakes Up Team As His Poll Standing Sinks. Aired 12-12:30p ET
• CDC Study Shows U.S. Travel Bans Came Too Late For New York City; GOP Governor Blasts Trump For Hopeless Virus Response; First Randomized Clinical Trial Shows Hydroxychloroquine No More Effective In Early Treatment Of Mild COVID-19 Than Placebo. Aired 1-1:30p ET
• 1st Randomized Clinical Trial: Hydroxychloroquine No More Effective in Early COVID-19 Treatment Than Placebo; Texas Bars Protest Governor's Restrictions: "It's Discrimination"; Update on Coronavirus Responses Across the Country; Actress, Author and Advocate, Holly Robinson Peete, Discusses the Raging Debate over Wearing Masks; Fact- Checking Florida Governor's Reason for Rising Cases. Aired 1:30-2p ET
• Interview with Hogan Gidley, Trump 2020 Campaign National Press Secretary; CVS & Target Join Other Major Retailers Mandating Masks; Roy Austin, Attorney for St. Louis Prosecutor, Kim Gardner, Discusses Prosecutor Getting Death Threats as Trump Defends Armed Couple. Aired 2:30-3p ET


July 15, 2020
• U.S. is Headed to a Wrong Direction; Moderna Giving Hope to Millions of COVID Patients; U.K. Banned Huawei from Accessing 5G Network; Disneyland Says No High-Five's for Mickey and Minnie; Hong Kong Back to Strict Measures; Hong Kong Tightens Restrictions Amid Third Wave; Trump Administration Drops Restrictions On Foreign Students; Bolsonaro's Office Refuses To Confirm Coronavirus Test; Protesters Slam Bolsonaro's Handling Of Covid-19; U.S.-Canada Border Closure Extended; Top Experts Offers Bleak Outlook For The United States; In The United Kingdom, More Cases, Deaths Likely This Winter; Dozens Arrested As Protesters Demand Netanyahu Resign; New Cases Linked To One Michigan House Party; New Clusters Linked To Gatherings In At Least Eight States; President Trump Downplays Police Violence Against Black Americans; Pakistan Battling Pilot Licensing Scandal; Deadly Crash Reveals Pilot License Scandal In Pakistan; Airplane Safety; America In Crisis, President Trump Highlights Violence In U.S. Cities. Aired 3-4a ET
• 67,000 Cases in U.S.: New Daily Record; States Roll Back Reopenings As Infections Surge; Beijing-Washing Diplomatic Spat Intensifies; Canada And Mexico Close Borders With The U.S.; Brazil Second Only To U.S. For World COVID Cases And Fatalities; Trump Again Blames Testing for Virus Cases Spike; Biden Outlines $2 Trillion Plan for Clean Energy; Pandemic's Toll on Airline Industry; U.S. Banks Offer Grim Outlook in Earnings Profits; London Removes Banksy COVID-19 Graffiti from Tube. Aired 1-2a ET
• Top Medical Expert Offers Bleak Outlook for U.S.; Trump Takes Aim at China over Hong Kong; Hong Kong Tightness Restrictions amid "Third Wave"; India Could Soon Reach 1 Million COVID-19 Cases; Sources: U.S.-Canada Border Closure Extended; Mexico Extends Border Closing with U.S. Until August 14; Brazil Nearing 2 Million Cases and 75,000 Deaths; Michigan Party Leads to Dozens of Infections; Gun Violence and Murders Spiking in U.S. Cities Amid Pandemic; TikTok's Stars Stuck in Political Quagmire. Aired 12-1a ET
• U.S. Breaks Single Day Record with 67,000+ New Cases; Moderna Vaccine Promising, But More Research Needed; Trump Takes Aim at China Over Hong Kong; Jeff Sessions Loses to Trump-Backed Opponent in Alabama; Trump Downplays Police Violence Against Black Americans; Gun Violence and Murders Spiking in U.S. Cities. Aired 4-4:30a ET
• U.S. Sets Another Record For New Cases In 38 States See Spike; Arizona Officials Grapple With How To Reopen Schools Safely. Aired 10- 10:30a ET
• U.K. Report Says More Cases, Deaths Likely This Winter; CDC Director Says Masks Are Key for Reopening Schools; 43 New Cases Linked to One Michigan House Party; Polls Show Trump Vulnerable in Texas; U.S.-Canada Border Closure Extended; U.K. Bans Huawei Form Its 5G Telecom Network; Large Parts of U.S. Dealing with Record Heat; Trump's Niece Says He's Incapable of Leading This Country. Aired 4:30-5a ET
• Top Medical Expert Offers Bleak Outlook for U.S.; Moderna Vaccine Promising but More Research Needed; U.K. Bans Huawei from Its 5G Telecom Network; Trump Administration Drops Restrictions on Foreign Students; Mexico Extends Border Closing with U.S. until August 21st; Hong Kong Tightens Restrictions Amid Third Wave; Judges Denies Ghislaine Maxwell Bail, Cites Flight Risk; TikTok's Stars Struck In Political Quagmire. Aired 2-3a ET
• Schools near Reopening in Arizona; Texas Schools Can Stay Online-only Longer; Charleston Implements Mask Mandate. Aired 9:30-10a ET
• U.S. Sets Another Record for New Cases as 38 States See Spike; Florida Nears 300,000 Cases as Hospital Struggle to Keep Up; Texas Sees Record Number of New Cases Tuesday; California Reports Record Hospitalizations and ICU Admission; Navarro Slams Fauci After Administration Denies Effort to Attack Him; Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg Hospitalized; Trump Defends Confederate Flag, Calls It Freedom of Speech. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• School Reopening Safety Debate Continues; President Trump Raises Race Questions in New Interview; Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro Spreads COVID-19 Mistruths. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• U.S. Coronavirus Case Count Nears 3.5 Million; 54 Florida Hospital Intensive Care Units Already at Capacity; Dr. Jen Kates, Kaiser Family Foundation Sr Vice President, Discusses Rising U.S. Coronavirus Case Count, Trump Administration Ordering Hospitals to Send Data to Washington, Bypassing CDC; Official: White House Did Not Sign Off on Navarro Op-Ed Slamming Fauci; Trump's Niece: President Trump Is "Utterly Incapable of Leading this Country"; Reopening Restrictions in Georgia to Expire as Cases Soar; Jason Esteves, Atlanta Board of Education Chairman, Discusses Atlanta Public Schools Begin School Year Online Only, Pushing Back School Start Date. Aired 11-11:30a ET
• Moderna: Promising Results In Phase 1 Vaccine Trial; Alabama Sides With Trump In Republican Primary Fight; Poll: Biden Leads Trump In Pennsylvania Among Registered Voters. Aired 12:30-1p ET
• Georgia Megachurch Suspends In-Person Services; Walmart to Require Masks; Administration Official Attacks Dr. Fauci. Aired 3- 3:30p ET
• Jason Esteves, Atlanta Board of Education Chairman, Discusses Atlanta Public Schools Begin School Year Online Only, Pushing Back School Start Date;; Dr. Ashish Jha Discusses CDC Director Claiming Southern Spike Caused by Northern Visitors; Sources: Esper to Announce Ban on Divisive Symbols; Corporate Earnings Season Kicks Off as Coronavirus Cases Rise. Aired 11:30a-12p ET
• Soon Trump Speaks in Atlanta As Cases Spike in Georgia; Florida Reports 300,000+ Cases as Hospitals Struggle to Keep Up; Selma Schools Will Start Fall Online Classes As Cases Surge; Kansas State Resumes Football Workouts After Team Hit with Outbreak; CNN Views Police Bodycam Footage of George Floyd Arrest. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• U.S. Experiences Its Most Hospitalizations Since Late April; White House Official Slams Fauci After Administration Denies Effort To Attack Him; CDC Chief: If We All Wore Masks, Transmission Would Stop; CNN Views Body Camera Footage Of George Floyd Arrest; Moderna: Promising Results In Phase One Vaccine Trial. Aired 12-12:30p ET
• Pandemic Rages As U.S. Again Sets Single-Day Case Record; Florida In Crisis, Hospitals On Brink As ICUs Hit Capacity; Florida State Lawmaker, Residents Sue Over Mask Mandate. Aired 1-1:30p ET
• Texas Man's Amazing Coronavirus Survival Story; Trump On White House Adviser's Fauci Attack: He Should Not Have Done That; Update On Coronavirus Response Across The Country. Aired 1:30-2p ET
• Interview With Florida Doctor Bernard Ashby; White House Orders Hospital COVID-19 Information Sent To HHS; CNN Correspondents Contrast Testing Wait Times In U.S. And Germany. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• Don Wagner, Orange County Supervisor, Discusses School Board Decisions On Schools; Teacher Denise Bradford, Saddleback Valley Educators Association President, Discusses Orange County Recommendations On Reopening Schools; Experts: Ivanka Trump Broke Ethics Rules With Stunt To Promote Goya Beans. Aired 2:30-3p ET


July 14, 2020
• Coronavirus Crisis Continue to Rise Worldwide; California Back to Shutting Down Businesses; Indigenous Population Hard Hit in Latin America; England Impose Mandatory Wearing of Masks; Minors Awaits Long Hours for Their Trial in England; Coronavirus Pandemic; Israelis Demand Economic Relief As Restrictions Resume; Prime Minister Netanyahu's Approval Rating Falls Amid Worsening Crisis; Lebanon Grapples With Worst Economic Crisis In Decades Daughter's Scathing Obituary; U.N., More Than 130 Million May Go Hungry Due To Covid-19; IMF Issues Bleak Outlook For Middle East; Uptick In Infections Likely To Set Back Recovery; Quarter Two Expected To Be Worst Since 2008 Financial Crisis; Millions Of American Lost Health Insurance; Uninsured Adults In 2020; Washington Redskins Changing Name And Logo; Black Lives Matter Mural Outside Trump Tower Vandalized; Fighting Racism; New Frida Kahlo Mural Depicts Artist Wearing Mask. Aired 3-4a ET
• Trump Pulls Back on Criticism of Dr. Anthony Fauci; Trump Pressuring Governors to Reopen Schools; Florida Has More COVID-19 Cases Than Most Countries; U.S. States Hit Pause on Reopening Businesses; U.K. Study Suggests Antibody Immunity May Last Only Months; Texas Sees Dramatic Surge in New COVID-19 Cases; CDC Director Urges Use of Face Masks in Public; U.K. To Make Masks Mandatory in English Shops; Personal Protective Equipment Shortages Still a Problem. Aired 4-4:30a ET
• Pressure Grows To Shut Down Again As States See Surge; California Rolls Back Reopening As Cases Skyrocket In State; Capitol Hill Fight On Aid Escalates As Families Face Financial Crisis. Aired 10-10:30a ET
• Nearly 1 of Every 100 Americans Tests Positive; California Closes Bars, Most Churches, Gyms; Los Angeles Schools to Restart Online Only; Grieving Daughter Pens Scathing Obituary; Israelis Demand Economic Relief as Restrictions Resume; Spike in Deadly Shootings Across U.S.; Washington Redskins Changing Name and Logo; Hong Kong Officials Hold Briefing as Cases Rise. Aired 4:30-5a ET
• Seven Countries Confirmed 300,000 Cases Of The Coronavirus; COVID Vaccine Moving Ahead; NYC's First Day Without A Covid-Related Death; Uncertainty Affects Predictions For Oil Demand; Trump Pulls Back on Criticism of Dr. Antony Fauci; U.S. Military Bases in Okinawa Hit by COVID-19; Russian Oil Spill Worse than Expected; Anchor Boards First Flight in Months. Aired 1-2a ET
• COVID-19 Causing Logjam in British Legal System; European Union States Discuss COVID-19 Stimulus Plan; Israelis Demand Economic Relief as Restrictions Resume; Widespread Flooding Affecting Millions Across China; Personal Protective Equipment Shortages Still a Problem; CNN Anchor Boards First Flight in Months; Interview with Dr. Kim Schrier, House Representative, on COVID-19. Aired 12-1a ET
• Trump Pulls Back On Criticism Of Dr. Anthony Fauci; Israelis Demand Economic Relief As Restrictions Resume; Corporate Earnings Kick Off In Coming Day. Aired 2-3a ET
• Trump Administration Reverses Decision on International College Students; Should Texas Shut Down?; President Trump Set to Hold Press Conference. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• Record Virus Deaths in Latin America; Military Sees Uptick in Virus Cases; Delta Posts Loss; South Carolina Draws Back Reopening Plans; Sessions Battles for Senate Runoff; Judge Hears Harvard Lawsuit. Aired 9:30-10a
• Sessions Touts His Support Of Trump As Trump Back His Opponent; Biden Camp Releases New Ad Targeting Texas; NFL Could Use New Face Shield To Protect Players. Aired 12:30-1p ET
• California Orders Indoor Businesses to Close Amid Coronavirus Cases Surge; Florida Reports Second Highest Day of New Virus Cases; Houston Mayor Proposes 2-Week Shutdown as Cases Surge in Texas; Arizona Tracks Spread of COVID-19 Through Sewage System; President Trump Claims to Have a Good Relationship with Dr. Fauci Despite Their Differences in Opinion; U.S. States Roll Back Openings As Coronavirus Rages Across the U.S.; Brazil Reports a Quarter Million New Cases of Coronavirus in One Week. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• Interview with Rep. Nancy Pelosi (D-CA); Nurses Reuse Masks as PPE Shortage Increases; NBA and NFL Measures Under Way to Prevent COVID-19 Player Infection. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• Student Visas Will Not Be Denied for Online-Only Classes; Rice University Purchases Tents for Use as Outdoor Classrooms; CDC Chief Says Fall and Winter to Be One of the Most Difficult Times in History; Florida Reports 132 Deaths in One Day; Jeff Sessions Battles Trump Backed Tuberville in Senate Runoff. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• U.S. Cities Starting To Shut Down, Defying Trump's Pressure; Health Expert Says, Don't Expect Normalcy Until Summer Of 2022; Protester To Florida Governor, You Have No Plan, Shame On You. Aired 1-1:30p ET
• California Shuts Down Statewide as Florida and Texas Mayors Call for Same; Live Coverage as Biden Announces $2 Trillion Clean Energy Proposal; Biden's Speech Emphasizes Reviving American Manufacturing by Updating Infrastructure. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• California Says Schools Won't Open in Fall; Trump Says Those Talking Not Opening School Are Trying to Hurt His Reelection; States Roll Back Reopenings as Virus Rages Across U.S.; Florida Becomes Epicenter for Virus in U.S.; 48 Florida Hospitals Report No ICU Beds Available; Carrie Rodriguez, National Parents Union President, Discusses New Poll Showing Majority of Parents Disagree with Trump on Sending Kids Back to Class; Former A.G. Sessions Faces Off Against Trump-Backed Tuberville in Alabama Senate Primary; Trump Falsely Compares U.S. to E.U. on Reopening Schools. Aired 11-11:30a ET
• Trump Falsely Compares U.S. To E.U. On Reopening Schools; Former White House Chief Of Staff Calls Coronavirus A Hoax In February; Update On Coronavirus Responses From Around The World; Mark Parkinson, President & CEO, American Health Care Association, Discusses Their Letter To Governors Asking Them To Rethink Allowing Visitors To Nursing Homes; New Cases Force Lockdown Of U.S. Marine Corps Bases In Okinawa. Aired 11:30a-12p ET
• California Shuts Bars, Theaters, Zoos As Infections Soar; Pandemic Author: U.S. Running Out Of Time, Needs Another Lockdown; Testing Coordinator: "Very High" Demand Behind Testing Delays; New York Mandates Travelers From Certain States Fill Out Locations Forms; Maryland Governor Threatens Re-Closure If Restrictions Not Better Enforced. Aired 12-12:30p ET
• Nikki Fried (D), Florida Commissioner Of Agriculture And Consumer Services, Discusses Discontent With Florida Governor DeSantis' Response To Coronavirus; Former White House Chief Of Staff Sounds Coronavirus Test Warning Only When He's Personally Impacted; U.S.-Canada Border To Remain Closed Another Month; First Lady Pushes Masks After Trump's Months-Long Aversion; Update On Coronavirus Responses Around The Country. Aired 1:30-2p ET
• Biden Unveils $2 Trillion Plan To Reach 100 Percent Clean Electricity By 2035; Orange County's Board Of Education Votes To Reopen Schools Without Masks Or Social Distancing; Tucker Carlson Responds To Lead Writer Resigning After Posting Racist Comments; Four Former CDC Directors Blasting The Trump Administration's Dismissal Of Science; Twenty-One-Year-Old Bring Virus Home, Dad Now on a Ventilator. Aired 2:30-3p ET


July 13, 2020
• Highly Populated States Seeing Spike in Coronavirus Cases; President Trump Pick a Fight with Dr. Fauci; Safety for Kids Not Guaranteed this Fall; Heavy Rain Battered China's Provinces; WHO Investigates Origin of Virus in China; Two Pandemics Ravages South Africa; The White House is Aggressively Pushing to Reopen Schools; Walt Disney World Partially Reopens as Florida Coronavirus Cases Surge; President Trump Defends Frequent Golfing as His "Exercise"; Many Countries are Struggling with COVID-19; Incumbent President Andrzej Duda is Set to Win Election. Aired 3-4a ET
• White House Push to Discredit Dr. Anthony Fauci; 'Large Number' of U.S. Marines Test Positive in Japan; WHO Team in China Investigating COVID-19 Origins; South Africa Battles Gender-Based Violence; Schools Around the World Reopen Amid COVID-19 Threat; English Football Star Talks About Online Racism. Aired 12-1a ET
• Record Number of New Cases Reported to W.H.O. in a Single Day; Growing Rift Between White House and Dr. Anthony Fauci; White House Aggressively Pushing to Reopen Schools; Surgeon General Says Virus Can Be Turned Around in Weeks; Large Number of U.S. Marines Test Positive in Japan; W.H.O. Team in China Investigation COVID-19 Origins; Deadly Floods Strike Areas Along China's Yangtze River; Violent Protests Erupt in Serbia as COVID-19 Spreads. Aired 4-4:30a ET
• Trump Re-Tweets Sentiment That CDC Is Lying About Virus; Tension Grows Between Trump, Fauci As Virus Surges; Some Arizona Mayors Urge Governor To Expand Restrictions As Cases Soar. Aired 10- 10:30a ET
• WHO: Sunday An All-Time Record, 230,000 Cases Globally; U.S. Surge Continues, White House Discredits Fauci; 62 U.S. Marines Test Positive At Okinawa Base; Florida 15,000 COVID Cases Sunday: Most Of Any State At Any Time; White House Pushing to Discredit Top Virus Expert; Trump Commutes Sentence of Friend Roger Stone; Education Secretary Calls CDC Guidelines "Recommendations"; Disney Parks Reopen in Florida; Venezuelan Migrants Trying to Return Home Stuck at Border; Bollywood Stars Hospitalized as Cases Spike in India. Aired 1-2a ET
• White House Aggressively Pushing to Reopen Schools; Schools Around the World Reopen Amid COVID-19 Threat; Walt Disney World Partially Reopens as Florida Cases Surge; Protests in Russia's Far East Over Governor's Arrest; Incumbent President Andrzej Duda Wins Elections in Poland; Manchester City Wins Appeal of Two-Year Ban. Aired 4:30-5a ET
• Florida Sets New Daily Infection Record; White House Discredits Top Infectious Disease Doctor; White House Pushing to Re- Open School; School Openings Around the World Amid the Pandemic; WHO Investigates COVID-19 Origins in China; Navy Warship Catches in Fire in San Diego; U.S. Marines in Japan Positive for COVID. Aired 2-3a ET
• Over Half L.A. Hospitals Now at ICU Capacity; Interview with Sen. Jeff Merkley (D-OR); New Study Predicts Childcare Shortages. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• Florida Shatters Single-Day Record for Coronavirus Cases; Georgia Hospital Beds Running Low as New Cases Surge; Phoenix Mayor Says City Seeing Record Usage of Ventilators; Tension Grows Between Trump, Fauci as Virus Surges; Trump and DeVos Push Schools to Open This Fall; Brazil Nears 1.9 Million Coronavirus Cases. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• Cases Rise in 35 States as Infections Surge in Florida, California, Texas, Arizona; Florida Shatters U.S. Record for Most New Cases in Single Day; Nurse Leah Carpenter, CEO, Memorial Hospital West, Discusses Florida Hospital "Bursting at the Seams" as ICU Beds Run Low; White House Launches Attack on Dr. Anthony Fauci as He Disagrees with Trump on Virus; White House Officials Send Mixed Messages on Sending Kids Back to School; Washington's NFL Team Dropping "Redskins" Name and Logo. Aired 11-11:30a ET
• Virus Patients Overwhelm Brazil; Push to Reopen Schools as Cases Surge; Weekend Shootings in Chicago; Redskins to Change Name. Aired 9:30-10a
• Coronavirus Surging in Florida; President Trump Defends Roger Stone Commutation. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• NHL Teams Starting Training Camp For Season Restart; Some GOP Criticize Trump On Stone Commutation, Statements On Protesters And Comments On Wearing Mask; France Rules Out Lockdown If 2nd Wave Brings Surge In Cases. Aired 12:30-1p ET
• California's Two Largest School Districts Will Offer Online Only Instruction in The Fall; DeVos Won't Say If Schools Should Follow CDC Guidelines; White House Denies Opposition Research on Fauci Despite Memos Against Him; NFL's Washington Reskins Changing Team Name and Logo. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• As Texas and Georgia Reverse Reopening, New York Reports a Day With Zero Deaths; Interview with Florida Doctor Nicholas Namias; One in Five Texas Teachers Considering Leaving Profession. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• Washington's NFL Team Dropping "Redskins" Name and Logo; Mayor Marty Walsh (D-Boston) Discusses Boston Entering Phase Three of Reopening Plan, When & How to Reopen Schools; Dr. Angela Duckworth Discusses How to Persuade People to Wear a Mask; Polls: Trump Losing Support in States Where Coronavirus Is Surging. Aired 11:30a-12p ET
• Trump Support Dropping In States Where COVID-19 Is Surging; Administration Launches Coordinated Attack On Dr. Anthony Fauci; Florida Logs Second-Highest Daily Total For New Cases; Atlanta Mayor: My Asymptomatic Child Gave Me Coronavirus; Trump Pushes For Schools To Reopen Despite Surge In Cases. Aired 12-12:30p ET
• Pandemic Rages As One Out Of 100 Americans Has Been Infected; White House Attacks Doctors, Scientists, Facts As Pandemic Worsens; Source Close To Task Force Says, Schools Shouldn't Reopen If Community Has A Five-Day Increase In Community Spread. Aired 1-1:30p ET
• UGA Student Says Peers Care More About Bud Light Than Grandma Dying Amid Pandemic; Filmmakers Warn Roger Stone Commutation Has Unleashed Stone; Fauci: Some States Went From Shutdown To "Throwing Caution To The Wind"; Coronavirus Updates From Around The World; Trump Taking Questions At White House As Pandemic Worsens. Aired 2:30-3p ET
• White House Press Briefing; Houston Rockets Guard Russell Westbrook Tests Positive for Coronavirus; Coronavirus's Impact Across the Country. Aired 1:30-2p ET


July 12, 2020
• Brazil Surpasses 1.8 Million Cases, Tops 70,000 Deaths; Trump Refused To Wear Mask Publicly Before Hospital Visit; Coronavirus Cases In U.S. Rising To Record Levels; Mueller Defends Prosecution Against Roger Stone; Trump Demands Schools Reopen As Cases Surge Across The U.S.; Arizona Teachers Concerned About Safely Reopening; Florida Releases Detailed Numbers Of Coronavirus Hospitalizations; Tourists Risk Arizona's Surge To See Nature; International Students May Be Forced To Leave U.S. Aired 12-1a ET
• Coronavirus' Asymptomatic Spread; Coronavirus Cases In U.S. Rising To Record Levels; CDC Warns Against Fully Reopening Schools; Arizona Teachers Concerned About Safely Reopening; Trump Refused To Wear Mask Publicly Before Hospital Visit; Florida Governor Ron DeSantis Not Proceeding With Reopening Plan; Virus Arrives In Idlib, Syria's Last Rebel Stronghold; DNC Warns Campaigns About Using TikTok App. Aired 1-2a ET
• GOP Senators Mitt Romney, Pat Toomey Call Out Trump For Commuting Roger Stone's Sentence; Coronavirus Cases In U.S. Rising To Record Levels; Florida Governor Wants More Testing; Tourists Risk Arizona's Surge To See Nature; Violent Anti-Government Protests Rock Belgrade; Virus Arrives In Idlib, Syria's Last Rebel Stronghold; Bosnia Marks 25 Years Since Srebrenica Massacre; Poland Votes In Presidential Runoff Election. Aired 5-6a ET
• Coronavirus' Asymptomatic Spread; Florida Governor Wants More Testing; Coronavirus Cases in U.S. Rising to Record Levels; Trump Refused to Wear Mask Publicly before Hospital Visit; How Countries around the World Have Responded to COVID-19; Poland Votes in Presidential Runoff Election; Dodger Stadium Hosts Both Baseball and COVID-19 Testing. Aired 4-5a ET
• Trump Refused To Wear Mask Publicly Before Hospital Visit; Coronavirus Cases In U.S. Rising To Record Levels; CDC Warns Against Fully Reopening Schools; Arizona Teachers Concerned About Safely Reopening; Governor Ron DeSantis Not Proceeding With Reopening Plan; How Countries Around The World Have Responded To COVID-19; DNC Warns Campaigns About Using TikTok App; Dodger Stadium Hosts Both Baseball And COVID-19 Testing. Aired 2-3a ET
• Fauci Issues A Warning To The World; Coronavirus Cases In U.S. Rising To Record Levels; Brazilian President Touting Controversial Drug; Violent Anti-Government Protests Rock Belgrade; Melbourne Enters Second Round Lockdown; How Countries Around The World Have Responded To COVID-19; International Students May Be Forced To Leave U.S.; Bosnia Marks 25 Years Since Srebrenica Massacre; Poland Votes In Presidential Runoff Election. Aired 3-4a ET
• White House Seeks To Discredit Dr. Anthony Fauci; Trump Trailing Behind Biden In Polls; President Trump Wearing Mask For The First Time; Fire And Explosion Onboard USS Bonhomme Richard; NBA Adjusting To The NBA Bubble; Florida Sets Single-Day Record Of New Coronavirus Cases; Safety Of Students And Teachers For School Reopening; LA Country DA Target Of Black Lives Matter. Aired 5-6p ET
• Atlanta Turns Convention Center Into Overflow Hospital; Sailors Injured In Explosion On Board Navy Ship In San Diego; DeVos Refuses To Give Clear Guidance On How To Reopen Schools Safely; Black Lives Matter Targets L.A.'s First Black District Attorney. Aired 2-3p ET
• Eleven Sailors Injured In Explosion On USS Bonhomme Richard; Secretary Betsy DeVos Calls On Schools To Reopen As Cases Surge Nationwide; White House Officials Raise Questions About Dr. Fauci; Trump Claims He "Aced" Recent Cognitive Test; Trump Shifts Reelection Rhetoric To Stoking Divisions, Culture Wars; Poll: 67 Percent Of Americans Disapprove Of Trump's Handling Of Pandemic; Florida Breaks Daily Record For COVID-19 Cases. Aired 4-5p ET
• CNN Reports, White House Officials Raise Questions About Fauci For Openly Disagreeing With President In Favor Of Science; Arizona Teacher Dies Of Virus, Two Colleagues Also Get Sick After Sharing Classroom; Seventeen Sailors, Four Civilians Taken To Hospitals After Fire Explosion On USS Bonhomme Richard; President Trump Defends Decision To Commute Sentence Of Roger Stone; Robert Mueller Defends Stone Prosecution In Rare Public Remarks. Aired 6-7p ET
• Several Sailors Injured In Explosion On Ship In San Diego; Record Spike In Coronavirus Cases Worldwide; U.S. Reports 60,000-Plus New COVID-19 Cases, 33 States Facing Rising Infections. Aired 3-4p ET


July 11, 2020
• Coronavirus Cases in U.S. Rising to Record Levels; States Pausing or Rolling Back Plans to Reopen Due to Coronavirus Spikes; Florida for First Time Releases Detailed Numbers of Coronavirus Hospitalizations; Disney World Opens Theme Parks in Florida Despite Ongoing Coronavirus Pandemic; Arizona Hospitals Reaching Capacity Due to Coronavirus Spike; President Trump Commutes Prison Sentence of Political Adviser Roger Stone; Former U.S. Secretary of Education Arne Duncan Interviewed on What is Needed to Reopen Schools; Rep. Sheila Jackson Lee (D-TX) Interviewed on Rapid Increase of Coronavirus Cases in Texas. Aired 10-11a ET
• U.S. COVID-19 New Cases Break Single-Day Record; Governor Pushes Schools Reopening as Cases Surge in Florida; Trump Commutes Pal Roger Stone's Prison Sentence; Trump Pandemic Disapproval Rating Hits All-Time High at 67 Percent; Texas Reports Record COVID-19 Cases, Deaths; Cases Continue to Spike Dramatically in South America; U.K.'s Black Nurses Battling both COVID-19 and Racism. Aired 12-12:30a ET
• Governor Pushes Schools Reopening as Cases Surge in Florida; U.S. COVID-19 New Cases Break Single-Day Record; Trump Commutes Pal Roger Stone's Prison Sentence; White House Won't Provide Details of Trump's Cognitive Test; Florida's Disney World Reopens amid Surge; Serbian Protesters Blame President for Ongoing Crisis; Polish Candidates Running Neck-and-Neck; Japanese Fans Finally Watch Baseball; Growing Backlash for Goya after CEO Praised Trump. Aired 2- 2:30a ET
• Governor Pushes Schools Reopening as Cases Surge in Florida; U.S. COVID-19 New Cases Break Single-Day Record; Trump Commutes Pal Roger Stone's Prison Sentence; Cases Surge in America's Three Most Populous States; Trump Confirms U.S. Conducted Cyber Attack on Russia; Cases Continue to Spike Dramatically in South America; U.K.'s Black Nurses Battling both COVID-19 and Racism. Aired 3-4a ET
• Governor Pushes Schools To Reopen As Cases Surge In Florida; U.S. COVID-19 New Cases Break Single-Day Record; Trump Commutes Pal Roger Stone's Prison Sentence; COVID-19's Disproportionate Impact On Communities Of Color; Trump Confirms U.S. Conducted Cyber Attack On Russia; Turkey Converting Hagia Sophia Back Into A Mosque; Bosnia Marks 25th Anniversary Of Srebrenica Massacre; Japanese Fans Finally Watch Baseball. Aired 4-5a ET
• Trump Attending Campaign Fundraiser In Florida As State Sees Record Cases; Governor Pushes Schools To Reopen As Cases Surge In Florida; U.S. COVID-19 New Cases Break Single-Day Record; Trump Commutes Pal Roger Stone's Prison Sentence; Defense Department Medical Task Force Arrives In Texas Monday; Cases Continue To Spike Dramatically In South America; Trump Confirms U.S. Conducted Cyber Attack On Russia; English Football Legend Jack Charlton Dies at 85. Aired 5-6a ET
• Florida Governor Ron DeSantis States Rising Coronavirus Cases Due To Increased Testing; Florida For First Time Releases Detailed Numbers Of Coronavirus Hospitalizations; Disney World Opens Theme Parks In Florida Despite Ongoing Coronavirus Pandemic; Coronavirus Testing At Dodger Stadium In Los Angeles, California Resumes; Arizona Hospitals Reaching Capacity Due To Coronavirus Spike; Georgia Governor Criticizes Atlanta Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms Rolling Back City's Reopening; President Trump Threatens To Defund Public Schools That Do Not Reopen. Aired 2-3p ET
• U.S. Sees Record Day Of New COVID-19 Cases; Schiff: If You Lie For The President, You Get A Pass; Trump Says He Will Wear Mask On Visit To Walter Reed Medical; President Trump Commutes Roger Stone's Prison Sentence; DNC Warns Campaigns About Using TikTok App; Florida Governor Ron DeSantis Gives COVID Update. Aired 12-1p ET
• U.S. Sees Record Day Of New COVID-19 Cases, Totaling 66,000- Plus; Arizona Adds 4,000-Plus New COVID-19 Cases In Single Day; Trump Ignores Surging Cases, Says U.S. Winning War On Coronavirus; NYT: CDC Documents Warned Of "Highest Risk" If Schools Fully Reopened; Florida Reports 10,000-Plus New Coronavirus Cases; Study Shows Coronavirus Can Attack All Major Body Organs; Trump Commutes Roger Stone's Prison Sentence. Aired 3-4p ET
• U.S. Sees Record Day Of New COVID-19 Cases; Florida Records 188 Deaths In A Single Day Setting New State Record; Trump Says He Will Wear Mask On Visit To Walter Reed Medical; Disney World Reopens; Back To School Plans In Flux As U.S. Sets Record For New Cases; Trump Commutes Roger Stone's Sentence; Brazil Surpasses 1.8 Million Cases, Tops 70,000 Deaths. Aired 11a-12p ET
• Florida Governor Continues To Attribute Case Surge To Increased Testing; Gov. DeSantis: New Shipments Of Remdesivir Arriving In Florida Today; Trump Says He'll Wear Mask On Visit To Walter Reed Medical Center; Retail Trade Group Asks Trump To Institute Federal Mask Guidelines; Schools Battle With Reopening Plans As New Cases Surge; Dr. Chad Gestson, Phoenix Union High School District Superintendent, Discusses Continuing Virtual Learning & Trump Threatening To Cut Funding If Schools Don't Fully Open. Aired 1-2p ET
• U.S. Coronavirus Cases Total More Than The Population Of 21 States; Florida Reports 10,000-Plus New Coronavirus Cases; Rep. Charlie Crist (D-FL) Is Interviewed About The Coronavirus Pandemic; Trump On Defense After Commuting Roger Stones' 40-Month Sentence; Trump Says He'll Wear Mask On Visit To Walter Reed Medical Center; Inside An Overwhelmed California Hospital At U.S.-Mexico Border. Aired 4-5p ET
• Georgia Shatters Record; Trump Repeats False Claim; Federal Funding Of Schools; Trump Speaks Ahead Of Walter Reed Medical Center Visit Where He's Expected To Wear A Mask; GOP Senators Mitt Romney, Pat Toomey Call Out Trump For Commuting Roger Stone's Sentence; Biden Tweets Trump Is "Most Corrupt" President In Response To Roger Stone's Commutation. Aired 5-6p ET
• Trump Wears Face Mask On Visit To Walter Reed Medical Center; U.S. Coronavirus Cases Total More Than The Population Of 21 U.S. States; Dodger Stadium Hosts Baseball And COVID-19 Testing; U.S. Sees Record Day Of New COVID-19 Cases, Totaling 66,000-Plus; Bolsonaro Pushes For Economy To Reopen As Brazil's Cases Soar. Aired 6-7a ET


July 10, 2020
• U.S.' Coronavirus Cases Looking Worse Each Day; Latin American Countries Seeing Huge Spike in Coronavirus Cases; COVID Hits World Leaders; Additional Information on COVID-19 Found by Medical Experts; Hong Kong Facing Their Third Wave; Japan Says COVID Can't Stop Sports; Australia Dead Serious in Combating the Virus; Coronavirus Pandemic; U.S. Breaks Single-Day Record With 63,240 Plus New Cases; Trump, Top Health Officials In Test Of Wills Over Schools; President Trump, Health Experts At Odds Over Testing; President Trump Threatens To Cut Funds For Schools That Don't Reopen; Joe Biden Unveils Build Back Better Plan; Joe Biden Unveils Plan To Spur U.S. Manufacturing Technology; U.S. Supreme Court Blocks Congress From Seeing Trump's Taxes; Ex-Trump Lawyer Michael Cohen Taken Back Into Custody; Seoul Mayor Park Won-soon Found Dead; Trump Ally Faces Tough Runoff Election; MLS Tournament Kicks Off With Black Lives Matter Tribute; Second MLS Team Barred From Playing After Nine Positive Tests; Black Live Matter Mural Painted Outside Trump Tower. Aired 3-4a ET
• Florida Breaks Record for Daily COVID Deaths; Hong Kong Tightens Restrictions to Fight New Outbreak; U.S. Supreme Court Rules on Trump's Financial Records; Brazil Surpasses 1.7 Million COVID Infections as Bolsonaro Fights Disease; Mexico Forges Ahead with Reopening Despite Case Surge; Australian State of Victoria Sees Surge in New Cases; Seoul Mayor Park Won-Soon Found Dead; Second MLS Team Barred from Playing after 9 Positive Tests; Former Wimbledon Finalist Describes Racism On & Off Court. Aired 12-1a ET
• U.S. Sets Fresh Single-Day Record with 63,000+ New Cases; California, Texas, Florida See Record Daily Deaths; 19 Percent of People Tested in Florida are Infected; Silent Spreaders Pose Unseen Dangers; Brazil Surpasses 1.7 Million COVID-19 Infections; Hong Kong Reports New Surge in Locally-Transmitted Cases; Scientists Warn of Potential Brain Damage From Virus; Inside An Overwhelmed U.S.-Mexico Border Hospital. Aired 4-4:30a ET
• U.S. Hits Record 60,000+ New Cases In One Day As Virus Spreads; COVID-19 Tests At 33 Percent Positivity Rate In Arizona; Ohio Governor Mandates Masks In 12 Counties As Cases Spike. Aired 10-10:30a ET
• Inside an Overwhelmed U.S.-Mexico Border Hospital; CDC Standing by Guidance for Schools Reopening; Schools Prepare for Reopening; U.S. Supreme Court Rules Prosecutors Can Subpoena Trump's Taxes; Biden Unveils Build Back Better Plan; Former Wimbledon Finalist Describes Racism On and Off Court. Aired 4:30-5a ET
• Did Not Air 2-3a ET
• Another U.S. High: Record Number Of CV Cases In A Single Day; Japan And Hong Kong's Coronavirus Cases Top Previous Marks; The U.K's Black Nurses Struggle With COVID-19 And Racism; CDC Will Not Revise School Guidelines Despite Trump's Push; U.S. Supreme Court: Prosecutors Can Subpoena Trump's Taxes; Seoul Mayor Park Won-Soon Found Dead; Disney World Them Parks Wet to Reopen Saturday; Biden Unveils Economic Plan to Spur American Manufacturing. Aired 1-2a ET
• Fauci's Warnings Get Louder, U.S. In Very Serious Problem; Americans Waiting Hours For Tests, Multiple Days For Results; . Aired 1-1:30p ET
• Major League Soccer Preparing to Resume; Disney World Set to Reopen. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• New Study Finds COVID-19 Causes Widespread Blot Clotting; Robert Redfield Calls Reopening Schools a Public Health Benefit; College Football May Not Happen in Fall. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• Delta's CEO is Interviewed about the Airlines; Clemency for Stone; California Combats Covid-19 Increases. Aired 9:30-10a
• Trump Agrees to Wear Mask to Hospital After White House Aides Plead with Him; Daily Fatality Rate in Texas Tops 100 Mark; Louisiana Governor Says State Lost All Gains Made on Virus in June; Anthony Fauci: Reopening Too Soon Contributed to Spike in Cases in Arizona and Florida; Arizona Governor Limits Indoor Dining at Restaurants to 50 Percent; ICU Patients Up 86 Percent in Miami-Dade County. Aired 9- 9:30a ET
• U.S. Hits Record 63K New Cases in One Day; Arizona Caps Restaurant Capacity at 50 Percent; Delta CEO Says Federal Government Should Mandate Masks on Flights. Aired 11:30-12p ET
• Trump Claims He "Aced" Cognitive Test But Offers No Proof; Schools Battle With Reopening Plans As New Cases Surge; Never-Trump Republicans Are Back, And They Are Using Trump's Own Words Against Him. Aired 12:30-1p ET
• Roger Stone Pleads with Judge Not to Send Him to Prison; Trump Is Looking to Pardon Stone; Trump Says He Aced a Cognitive Test; Goya Foods CEO Praises Trump, Sparks Outcry for Boycott; "Things I wish I Knew Before I Started Talking", Tomorrow; Goya CEO Claims Double Standard Over His Praise for Trump; Amazon Employees Ordered to Delete TikTok From Phones Amid Security Concerns; Arizona Reduces Dining Capacity as Cases Soar; Dallas Superintendent Says High School Football Unlikely in Texas. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• Texas, Florida, and Arizona COVID-19 Cases Skyrocket; Trump Travels to Florida Today; U.C. Berkeley Student COVID-19 Surge May Be Tied to Fraternity and Sorority Parties. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• Florida Average Of Daily New Cases Surges By 1237 Percent Since Reopening In May; Dr. Anthony Fauci: Trying To Figure Out Trump Claim That 99 Percent Of Cases "Harmless"; President Donald Trump Lands In Florida As State's New Cases Top 11K In One Day; President Donald Trump Postpones New Hampshire Rally Scheduled For Tomorrow; Hospitals Warn Of PPE And Ventilators Shortages. Aired 12-12:30p ET
• Daughter Uses Dad's Obituary to Call Out Leaders For His Deaths; Experts Warn Against Summer Travel As Infections Surge. Aired 2:30-3p ET
• Soon: Trump Lands in Florida as Cases, Hospitalizations Surge; Fauci on U.S. Virus Response: "We're Just Not" Doing Great; Experts Push Back on Trump Blaming Tests for Rise in Cases; Back-to-School Plans in Flux as U.S. Shatters Record for New Cases; Hospitals Deal with Reality of Spiking Cases. Aired 11-11:30a ET
• Poll Shows Nearly 70 Percent Disapprove Of Trump's Response, A New High; Florida Lawyers Sue Jacksonville Over Hosting Convention In Pandemic; Former Lady Antebellum Trio Suing Singer Lady A Over Name Change. Aired 1:30-2p ET


July 09, 2020
• Mixed Messages Confuses People on What to Follow; President Trump Push to Reopen Schools; Serbians Protested the Country's Curfew; Australia Takes Drastic Measures to Combat Coronavirus; Coronavirus Pandemic, President Trump Threatens Funds For Schools That Won't Reopen; President Trump Bashes CDC School Reopening Guidelines; Dr. Anthony Fauci Sidelined From Latest White House Briefing; President Trump Disagrees With Tough And Expensive CDC Guidelines; Teachers, We Want To Bring Kids Safely Back To School; New School Plans Must Balance Virtual In-Person Learning; U.N. Expert, United States Killing Of Iran's Soleimani Unlawful; Iran Surpasses 12,000 Virus Deaths; Cuba Emerging From Lockdown; China's Stock Market Soars On Economic Recovery Hopes; United Airlines Warns 36,000 Employees May Lose Jobs; Havana's Businesses And Beaches Reopen But Not Its Airport; Robots Cheer Baseball Team To Victory. Aired 3-4a ET
• Top U.S. Experts Says We've Got to Get Our Arms Around This; 35 States Have Implemented Some Type of Mask Requirement; U.S. Passes 132,000 Deaths, Three Millions Cases; Hospitals Running Out of ICU Capacity; U.S. CDC to Release New Guidelines on Reopening Schools; Hong Kong Battles Third Wave of Coronavirus; Asia's Mask Acceptance Contrasts with American's Resistance. Aired 4-4:30a ET
• U.S. Passes 132K Deaths, 3 Million Cases; Hospitalizations Up in Hardest Hit U.S. states; Hong Kong Reports Surge in Local Transmissions; Brazil Exceeds 1.7 Million Cases, 68K Deaths; Millions under Six-Week Lockdown in Melbourne; Asia's Mask Acceptance Contrasts with America's Resistance; Trump Threatens to Cut Funding if Schools Don't Reopen; Rescue Efforts Underway as Death Toll Mounts in Japan; Two-Time F1 Champion Fernando Alonso to Return in 2021. Aired 12-1a ET
• Three Million COVID Cases But Schools Must Open; Five Million In Six-Week Lockdown In Australia; Lopez Obrador And Trump: Entirely Amicable Official Visit; Brazil World's No. 2 For Coronavirus Cases, Mexico Surges; Hong Kong Reports a Surge in Locally Transmitted Cases; Asia's Mask Acceptance Contrasts with America's Resistance; Chinese Financial Markets Enjoying Bull Run; U.S. Set to Release Weekly Jobless Claims; Tracking Wildlife with Technology; Trump Family Attorney Asks Judge to Block Book. Aired 1-2a ET
• Trump Pressures Governors to Reopen Schools as Cases Surge; Trump Threatens to Cut Funding for Schools Who Don't Reopen; New School Plans Must Balance Virtual and In-Person Learning; Phoenix Man Died During 2017 Arrest, Begged for His Breath; New Report Expected to Show Only Slight Drip in U.S. Jobless Claims. Aired 4:30-5a ET
• Supreme Court Rules On New York Prosecutor's Request For Trump Financial Docs; Supreme Court Blocks Congress From Getting Trump's Financial Records For Now. Aired 10-10:30a ET
• Trump Threatens Funding For Schools That Don't Reopen; Rescue Efforts Underway As Death Toll Mounts In Japan; United Airlines Warns Of Possible Furloughs; U.S. Passes 132K Deaths, 3 Million Cases; Hospitalizations Up in Hardest Hit U.S. States; Universities Sue Trump Administration over Visas; Millions under Six-Week Lockdown in Melbourne; Hong Kong Reports Surge in Local Transmissions; Serbia Riots in Response to COVID-19 Curfew. Aired 2-3a ET
• Fauci Says, Problematic States Need To Consider Pausing Now; Supreme Court Rejects Trump's Immunity Argument Over Taxes. Aired 1- 1:30p ET
• Volunteers in U.S. Can Register for Vaccine Clinical Trials; Hospitals Strained As States See Record Spikes in COVID Cases; Anthony Fauci: States With Serious Problems of COVID Cases Should Consider Shutting Down. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• California Sees Rise in Covid Cases; Trump Pushes for Schools to Reopen; Unemployment Numbers for Last Week; Brazil's Cases Surpass 1.7 Million; Hong Kong Battling Covid-19. Aired 9:30-10a ET
• Growing Pandemic; Biden Lays Out Economic Vision. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• CDC Rebuffs WH, Won't Change Guidelines For School Reopening; California Colleges Closes Campus, Offers Online Only Fall Classes. Aired 12:30-1p ET
• Fauci Says Hard-Hit States Should Think About Shutting Down Again as U.S. Hits 3 Million Cases; Ivy League Postpones All Fall Sports Until January 1st; NYC Begins Painting Black Lives Matter Mural Outside Trump Tower. Aired 11:30-12p ET
• Supreme Court Rules NY Prosecutors Can Seek Trump Tax Returns, Blocks Congress from Getting Financial Records for Now; Pelosi Responds to Supreme Court Rulings on Trump's Financial Records; CDC Rebuffs WH, won't Change Guidelines for School Reopening. Aired 11- 11:30a ET
• Supreme Court Sends Trump Tax Cases Back to Lower Courts; Live Analysis of Implications of Court Decisions. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• Joe Biden Lays Out Economic Agenda in Pennsylvania Speech; Joe Biden Won't Ignore Essential Workers Who Deserve Higher Pay; Biden Says He Sees a Different American Than Trump; Biden Lays Out Economic Agenda in Pennsylvania Speech; Trump Again Pushes Nonsensical Claim About U.S. Testing; Supreme Court Rules NY Prosecutor Can Seek Trump Tax Returns and Blocks Congress from Getting Financial Records; Black Lives Matter Mural Outside Trump Tower. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• States Eye Possible Return To Stay-At-Home Orders; Florida Reports 8935 New Cases In Past 24 Hours; President Donald Trump Defends Raising Cases By Falsely Blaming Testing; Supreme Court Rules New York Prosecutors Can Seek Trump Tax Returns, Blocks Congress From Getting Financial Records For Now; CDC Refuses White House, Won't Change Guidelines For School Reopening. Aired 12-12:30p ET
• Overwhelmed Texas Hospitals Setting Up Overflow ICU Tents; 1,000 TSA Employees Test Positive For Coronavirus; Scientists Sound Alarm On Potential Brain Damage From Virus. Aired 1:30-2p ET
• Coronavirus Cases Continue to Rise in 35 States; Michael Cohen Returns to Prison; Supreme Court Rules on Trump Tax Cases. Aired 2- 2:30p ET
• Transcripts from Officers' Body Camera Add Chilling Context To George Floyd's Last Moment; White House Says, We're On Page With CDC Despite Mixed Messages On Schools. Aired 2:30-3p ET


July 08, 2020
• Coronavirus Pandemic; Members Of Trump Inner Circle Cash In On Covid Bailout; Virus Rages In U.S. Placing Economic Recovery In Doubt; Vice Chair Of Fed Says More Can Be Done To Help Recovery; Facebook Under Fire; TikTok Leaving Hong Kong In Wake Of National Security Law; Mexican President Takes Commercial Flight To United States; President Trump's Niece Pens Scathing Book About U.S. President; President Trump Pushes For Schools To Reopen As Virus Surges; Deadly Flooding, Flash Floods Rip Through Japan; President Trump Ignores Surging Coronavirus Cases in the U.S. Australian Residents Faces Another Lockdown; Brazilian President Get His Proof of the Virus; Israel Hit with a Second Wave of COVID. Aired 3-4a ET
• New Prediction of 208,000 U.S. Deaths by November; Experts Say Fewer Deaths If Most Americans Wear Masks; Trump Says He Will Pressure Governors to Reopen Schools; Trump's Niece Pens Scathing Book About U.S. President; Despite Spike in Cases, Trump Planning Visit to Florida. Aired 4-4:30a ET
• U.S.A: Three Million Cases, 131,000 Deaths; Australian Prime Minister Backs Drastic Isolation Of Melbourne; Mexican President AMLO To Visit The White House; Bolsonaro Tests Positive But Maintains Bravado; Israel Reimposes Lockdown After All-Clear; New Antibodies Study Adds Evidence against Herd Immunity; Tiktok Leaving Hong Kong in Wake of National Security Law; Civil Rights Groups "Disappointed" after Zuckerberg Meeting; U.S. Federal Reserve Vice Chair: "No Limit" to Asset Purchases; Nice's Book Claims Trump Sees "Cheating as a Way of Life"; Dozens Killed as Rainfall Triggers Flash Flooding in Japan; English Football Effort to Boost Management Diversity. Aired 1-2a ET
• U.S. Breaks Record for New Daily Coronavirus Cases; Brazil Reports over 45,000 New Infections as Bolsonaro Tests Positive; Australia's Health Authorities Taking Drastic Move to Contain the Virus; Israel's Public Health Director Quits; Trump Pressures Governors to Reopen Schools; U.S. President Pushing for Schools to Reopen; U.S. May Send International Students Home if Classes Go Online; Canadian Leader Skips Meeting with U.S., Mexican Presidents to Celebrate Trade Deal; Niece's Book Claims Trump Sees 'Cheating as a Way of Life'; TikTok Leaving Hong Kong in Wake of National Security Law; English Football Making Effort to Boost Management Diversity. Aired 12-1a ET
• Hospitals Strained, ICUs Filled Up As U.S. Nears 3 Million Cases; Supreme Court Says, Trump Can Weaken Obamacare Contraceptive Mandate; Trump Threatens To Cut Off Funding If Schools Don't Open. Aired 10-10:30a ET
• Governors in Florida and Texas Split as Cases Surge; Brazilian President Test Positive for COVID-19; Melbourne to Reimpose Six-Week Lockdown as Cases Spike; Civil Rights Groups Disappointed After Zuckerberg Meeting; TikTok Leaving Hong Kong in Wake of National Security Law; Trump Attacks Mail-In Voting as More States Allow It. Aired 4:30-5a ET
• Hospitalizations High in California; Hospitals Strained in Arizona; Roberts Briefly Hospitalized After Fall; Louisville Sees Uptick in Crime; Soccer's Comeback Kicks off Tonight. Aired 9:30-10a ET
• International Students Fearing Deportation; Trump Pushes to Reopen All Schools. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• Interview with Phoenix Mayor Kate Gallego; Tucker Carlson Questions Tammy Duckworth's Patriotism Over Confederate Statue Remark; Lieutenant Colonel Vindman to Retire from Army. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• White House Taskforce to Hold Briefing As COVID Cases Surge; President Trump Ratchets Up Pressure on Schools to Reopen. Aired 11:30-12p ET
• ICU at 56 Florida Hospital Hit Capacity; Texas Hits Single-Day Record for New Cases; Trump Claims the U.S. in a "Good Place" as Cases Surge; Trump to Pressure Governors to Reopen Schools Despite COVID-19 Case Spikes; Connecticut Reports Zero COVID-19 Deaths in 24 Hours for First Time Since March; Hospitals Strained, ICUs Filling Up as U.S. Nears 3 Million COVID Cases. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• White House Task Force Hold Briefing As Cases Surge. Aired 12:30-1p ET
• Face Masks: Social Acceptance Versus Political Resistance; Chinese Wear Masks as Americans Debate Guidelines; Soon Trump and the Mexican President Will Sign Joint Declaration; California Hospitalization Hit All Time High in Pandemic; More GOP Senators Bow Out of Republican Convention; United Warns 45 Percent of Frontline Workers May Be Furloughed; Senator Responds to Criticism That She Is Not Patriotic. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• U.S. Hits Grim Milestone As Coronavirus Cases Top 3 Million; Fauci Rejects Trump Touting Mortality Rate, False Narrative; Ohio Governor Mandates Masks For High Risk Counties. Aired 1-1:30p ET
• President Trump Pushing for School Reopenings; COVID-19 Test Processing Times Double; Tucker Carlson Attacks Tammy Duckworth. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• U.S. Hits Bleak Milestone As Coronavirus Cases Top Three Million; White House Task Force Holds Briefing As Cases Surge. Aired 12-12:30p ET
• Sheriff Refuses To Enforce Mask Mandate; Atlanta Mayor Expected To Sign Executive Order Mandating Facial Coverings In The City; Fox Host Attacks Senator, Iraq War Vet As Coward And Moron; Facebook Audit Paints Deeply Troubling Handling Of Hate Speech. Aired 1:30-2p ET
• Fox News Host Attacks Senator, A War Vet, Calling Her 'Coward, Moron;' Harvard, MIT Sue Trump For Deportations Over Virtual Learning; Virus-Hit Firefighters Say, Avoid Calling 911 With Mild Symptoms; Revolt, Players Union Wants Sen. Kelly Loeffler (R-GA) Out Of WNBA. Aired 2:30-3p ET
• Soon: White House Coronavirus Task Force Briefing As Cases Surge; Trump Ratchets Up Pressure On Schools To Reopen; ICU Beds At 56 Florida Hospitals Hit Capacity. Aired 11-11:30a ET
• U.S. Breaks Record For New Daily Coronavirus Cases; Texas Hospitals Get Help From Colorado; New Study Suggests Herd Immunity Not Achievable; Brazil Reports Over 45,000 New Infections As Bolsonaro Tests Positive; Australia's Health Authorities Taking Drastic Move To Contain The Virus; Israel's Public Health Director Quits; U.S. On The Verge Of Hitting Three Million COVID Cases; Mexican And U.S. Presidents To Celebrate Trade Deal. Aired 2-3a ET


July 07, 2020
• U.S. Top Health Expert Warns Coronavirus is Far from Over; Australia's Health Authorities Taking Drastic Move to Contain the Virus; President Trump Claims Another False Theory; Mexico's President Coming to Washington; Mexican President Taking Commercial Flight to U.S.; Dubai Reopens Borders to Tourists; U.S. Stocks End Sharply Higher, Record High for NASDAQ; Israel Re-imposes Restrictions Due to COVID-19; Hong Kong Leader Calls National Security Law "Relatively Mild"; Study Shows COVID-19 Antibodies Can Disappear After a Few Weeks; South Africa's COVID-19 Fight: Doctors in South Africa See Success in Virus Treatment; Legendary Film Composer Ennio Morricone Dies at 91. Aired 3-4a ET
• Experts Say U.S. Is In COVID-19 Free Fall; Florida Tops 200,000 Cases as Virus Surges; Arizona Tops 100,000 COVID-19 Cases; Texas Passes 200,000 Cases, Hospitals Filling Up; COVID-19 Cases Soar in Latin America; Mexican President Heads to Washington; Australia Closing State Border for First Time in 100 Years. Aired 4-4:30a ET
• COVID: Rapidly Rising in the U.S.; Australia Doubles Down On COVID Spread; Trump Unleashes Racial Rhetoric Around NASCAR Incident; Mexican President Takes COVID-19 Test Ahead of U.S. Trip; Trump Touts Political Victories, Ignores U.S. Racial Issues; Black Americans Urged to Not Spend Money on July 7; Dubai Easing COVID-19 Travel Restrictions; Rising Cases in US. Could Jeopardize Return of Sports. Aired 1-2a ET
• 31 States Reporting Rise In New Coronavirus Cases; 13 States Reporting Rise In New Coronavirus Cases; Trump Downplays Virus As Fauci Says, We're Knee-Deep; Arizona Tops 100,000 cases as hospital reach near capacity. Aired 10-10:30a ET
• Trump Stokes Racial Divide in Bid for Reelection. Trump Falsely Accuses Bubba Wallace of Devising Hoax; Trump Approval Rating Down Among Educated, White Voters; Spanish Study Shows COVID Antibodies Can Disappear After a Few Weeks; 95 Percent People in Spain Do Not Have COVID Antibodies after Infection; Dubai Reopens to International Tourists; Case of Bubonic Plague Suspected in China. Aired 4:30-5a ET
• White House Refuses to Denounce Confederate Flag; British Athlete Says Police Racially Profiled Her; U.S. CDC to Release New Guidance on Reopening Schools; Composer Ennio Morricone Dies at 91. Aired 12-1a ET
• Outbreak Worsens in California Prisons; FC Dallas Pulls out of Tournament; U.S. May Depot International Students; Brazilian President Awaits Test Results; Recipients of PPP Loans Revealed; Evictions Cases Head to Court; FaceBook Meeting with Civil Rights Leaders. Aired 9:30- 10a
• Trump Stokes Racial Divide In Bid For Re-election; Sprinter Accuses London Police Of Racial Profiling; U.S. CDC To Release New Guidance On Reopening Schools. Aired 2-3a ET
• Dozens of Florida Hospitals Hit Capacity as Cases Surge; Military Sends Medical Personnel to Texas as Cases Spike; Arizona Tops 100,000 Cases as Hospitals Reach Near Capacity; Federal Government Commits $1.6 Billion to Vaccine Maker Novavax. Anthony Fauci: We Are Still Knee-Deep" in the First Wave of COVID-19 Cases; Thirty One States in the U.S. Report of Rise in New Coronavirus Cases; Dozens of Florida Hospitals Hit Capacity as COVID-19 Cases Surge. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• Trump's Niece Set to Release Tell-All Book; Trump Demands Schools Reopen; President of Brazil Tests Positive for COVID-19. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• Arizona COVID-19 Infections Exceeding State Capacity; Deutsche Bank Fined $150 Million For Epstein Dealings; Interview with Thomas Jefferson Descendants. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• Dozens of Florida Hospitals Hit Capacity as Cases Surge; Florida Schools Ordered to Reopen in August; U.S. Military Deploying Medical Personnel to Texas as Cases Soar; Mayor Regina Romero (D- Tucson) Discusses Arizona Dealing with Major Gaps in Testing as Cases Spike; GOP Breaks with Trump on Confederate Symbols; Mayor Quinton Lucas (D-Kansas City, MO) Discusses Trump Ramping Up Racial Rhetoric as He Downplays Virus Threat & WAPO Reporting White House Hopes Americans Will "Grow Numb" to Death Toll; Brazil's President Tests Positive for Coronavirus. Aired 11-11:30a ET
• Gov. DeSantis Speaks As Coronavirus Cases Surge In Florida; CNN's Richard Quest Describes His Experience With Coronavirus As Causing Confusion And Damage to Each Organ it Touches. Aired 12:30-1p ET
• Trump Falsely Claims U.S. Has Lowest COVID Mortality Rate; Fauci Says People Should Not Take Comfort in Lower Death Rate; Labs Warn CPOVD Results Taking Twice as Long as Demand Surges; Expert Says Contact Tracing Not Possible Across South as Cases Spike; Activist Call for Black Americans to Stop Spending for The Day; Black Americans Seek To Show Economic Might In Today's Boycott; Trump Says He Will Put Pressure on Governors to Reopen Schools. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• Brazil's President Tests Positive For Coronavirus; Federal Government Commits $1 Billion To COVID-19 Vaccine Maker Novavax; EPA Approves Two Lysol Products To Kill Coronavirus On Surfaces; CNN Obtains Copy Of Book Written By Trump's Niece, Mary; Michael Hinojosa, Dallas Independent School District Superintendent, Discusses White House Ideas On How To Safely Reopen Schools. Aired 11:30a-12p ET
• Brazil's President Jair Bolsonaro Tests Positive For Coronavirus; Dozens Of Florida Hospitals Hit Capacity As Cases Surge; Florida Sees Uptick In Percentage Of Positive Test Rates; Texas Reports Record New Cases And Hospitalizations; Texas Governor: Local Officials Need To Enforce Existing Orders Before Asking For Stay-At- Home Authority. Aired 12-12:30p ET
• WHO Says Worldwide COVID-19 Cases Accelerating; Thirty-One States See Rise In Infections As Cases Surge In Texas, Arizona, Florida; Gov. Ron DeSantis (R-FL) Speaks As Coronavirus Cases Surge In Florida. Aired 1-1:30p ET
• Arizona, Florida, Texas And California Health Infrastructure Approaching Limits; Studies Grim For Coronavirus Transmission, Immunity; Interview With Acting Deputy Secretary Of Homeland Security Ken Cuccinelli. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• Florida Governor Takes Heat Over Explosion In Cases, Hospitalizations; Brazil's President Tests Positive For Coronavirus; Arizona Dealing With Major Gaps In Testing As Cases Spike; U.S. Military Deploying Medical Personnel To Texas As Cases Soar; Dr. Pritesh Gandhi, (D), Texas Congressional Candidate, Discusses Military Being Deployed To Texas As Cases Soar; CNN Obtains Copy Of Book Written By Trump's Niece, Mary. Aired 1:30-2p ET
• Interview with DHS Acting Deputy Secretary, Ken Cuccinelli; Movie Theaters Sue New Jersey Claiming First Amendment Right to Open; Update on Coronavirus Responses Around the World. Aired 2:30-3p ET


July 06, 2020
• More Than 40,000 New Cases in Florida Since July 11; Trump: 99% of Coronavirus Cases 'Totally Harmless'; Experts: Coronavirus Can Float in Small Air Droplets; First Person Charged Under New Chinese Law to Appear in Court; Seven-Year-Old Girl Killed in Chicago Saturday; Border Closing Between Victoria and NSW in Australia; Cuba Sending Medical Teams Abroad to Help Fight COVID-19; Travel Bans Devastating Latin American Airlines; Arizona Home to Highest Infection Rate Per Capita in U.S.; New York City Enters Phase 3 of Reopening on Monday; Formula 1 Season Gears Up in Austria. Aired 12-1a ET
• Critics Question New Law in Hong Kong; President Trump's Own Analysis of the Pandemic; Australia Push for a Tough Action on COVID; Goldman Sachs Seeing a Decline in Growth; States Crumbling to Contain COVID Spread; Local Leaders Calling on President Trump; Natanz Nuclear Facility Found to Have Significant Damage; Violence on the Fourth of July Killed Innocent Children. Aired 3-4a ET
• 4th Of July Weekend: Americans Throw Caution To The Wind; Trump: 99 Percent Of Coronavirus Cases Are Harmless; Australia Locks Down And Seals Off Victoria; Widespread Weekend Shootings In Chicago, Atlanta And D.C.; China's New Law Shutters Peaceful Protests In Hong Kong; 166 People Die In Civil Unrest In Ethiopia; Many Southern California Beaches Closed over Weekend; COVID-19 Travel Bans Devastating Latin American Airline; Cuba Sending Medical Teams Abroad to Help Fight COVID-19; Goldman Sachs Cuts Third Quarter Growth Forecast IMF Predicts India's Economy to be Worst Hit by Virus; Elite Youth Baseball Up and Running in Georgia. Aired 1-2a ET
• 32 States Seeing Spike In Cases As Virus Surges Across Nation; Supreme Court Says, Electors Must Vote In Accordance With States; FDA Head Refuses To Defend Trump's Claim 99 Percent Of Coronavirus Cases Are Harmless. Aired 10-10:30a ET
• Concern Over Potential Post-Holiday Spike in Coronavirus Cases; Trump Claims 99 percent of COVID-19 Cases are Harmless; More Than 40,000 New Cases in Florida Since July 1; Arizona Struggling with Resurgence of Cases; Growing Concern Over Hospital Capacity as Texas Cases Climb; Australia to Close Border between Victoria and New South Wales; Fire Damage to Key Iranian Nuclear Site; First Person Charged in Hong Kong Under New Law. Aired 4-4:30a ET
• California Sets New Record For Most Single-Day Cases; Border Closing Between Victoria And NSW In Australia; Goldman Sachs Cuts Third Quarter U.S. Growth Forecast; Rise of New Coronavirus Cases Across the U.S.; Group of Mayors Blaming Trump on Dangerous Message Regarding Masks; Second Lockdown Ordered in Spain; Large Crowd Gather as Pubs and Restaurant Opens in England; Coronavirus Dangerous Small Droplets in the Air; Atlanta Against Gun Violence; First Person Charged on Hong Kong's New Security Law. Aired 2-3a ET
• Two New Lockdowns Ordered for Parts of Northern Spain; California Sets Record with More Than 11,700 New Cases; Cuba Sending Medical Teams Abroad to Help Fight COVID-19; Supreme Court Could Force Release of Trump's Financial Records; Weekend Shooting Kill Several People in Atlanta; Oscar-Winning Composer Ennio Morricone Dead at 91; Epstein's Alleged Accomplice Pictured on British Throne. Aired 4:30-5a ET
• Brazil Reopens As Coronavirus Cases Rise; Spain Orders Lockdowns; 32 States See Coronavirus Spikes; Five Children Killed in Weekend Violence; Remains of Missing Army Specialist Identified. Aired 9:30-10a
• Coronavirus Cases Surging; Interview With Atlanta Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms; Multiple Children Killed in Gun Violence Over Weekend. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• As New Cases Rise in the U.S., Scientists Think Coronavirus May Transmit in Smaller Particles; South African COVID-19 Death Rate Remains Low With Innovative Treatment Techniques; Phoenix Mayor Says State Opened Too Early. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• Rush to Reopen Led to Dramatic Rise in Coronavirus Cases in California, Florida, Arizona and Texas; Regeneron's COVID-19 Antibody Drug Moves Into Phase 3 Trials; Thirty Two States Seeing Spike in Cases as Coronavirus Surges Across the U.S.; FDA Head Refuses to Defend Trump's Claim that 99 Percent of Coronavirus Cases are Harmless; U.S. Death Toll Nears 130,000 as COVID-19 Cases Spike Across the U.S. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• New York City Enters Phase 3 of Its Re-Opening; New York City Puts Indoor Dining on Hold; Restaurant Owners Struggle to Survive Pandemic Shutdowns; New York City Couple Helping Homeless During Pandemic; Senior Pentagon Leaders Reviewing Plan to Ban Confederate Flag on Bases; Broadway Actor Nick Cordero Dies at 41 of COVID. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• Florida Becomes U.S. Coronavirus Epicenter; Hospitals Reach Capacity in 2 Texas Counties; Florida Logs Troubling Positivity Rates in Testing; Trump Falsely Claims 99% of Cases are "Harmless"; Drug Maker Regeneron's COVID-19 Antibody Drug Entering Phase 3 Testing; Trump Focuses on Divisive Rhetoric Instead of COVID-19 Threat; Dr. Tanira Ferreira & Dr. David Lang Discuss Florida Hospitals Running Out of Room as Cases Climb. Aired 11-11:30a ET
• Coronavirus Cases Up as Large Gatherings Also Surge; Interview with Georgia Tech Professor Seth Marder; Kayleigh McEnany Unable to Defend Latest Racist Trump Tweets. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• Dr. Tanira Ferreira & Dr. David Lang Discuss Florida Hospitals Running Out Of Room As Cases Climb; NY Governor Cuomo Gives Update On Coronavirus Response. Aired 11:30a-12p ET
• Country's Most Populous States See COVID-19 Cases Spike; White House Chief Of Staff Defends Trump's Claim That 99 Percent Of Coronavirus Cases Are Harmless; Thirty-Two States Record Rise In Cases, 14 Steady, While Four See Decline; GOP's Graham Sides With NASCAR After Trump Attack; Trump Stirs Culture Wars In Speeches And Tweets, While Also Pushing Misleading Info On COVID-19 Threat. Aired 12-12:30p ET
• New Antibody Drug To Fight COVID-19 Now In Phase 3 Of Testing; At Least Five Children Killed In Weekend Wave Of Violence; Brazil's Infection Rate Climbs As Cities Reopen. Aired 12:30-1p ET
• Cases, Hospitalizations Soar In U.S. As Crowds Gather; Experts Say Coronavirus Can Float And Transmit In Air Droplets; Nationals, Astros Cancel Workouts Over Testing Delays. Aired 1-1:30p ET
• Goldman Sachs Cuts U.S. Economy's Outlook As Cases Soar; Jon Last, Sports And Leisure Research Group President, Discusses Study On People Ready To Reengage In Leisure Activities; Mary Trump Book To Be Published Early Due To High Demand; President Trump Enflames Racial Tensions, Speaks Out Against NASCAR's Ban Of Confederate Flag. Aired 1:30-2p ET
• White House Won't Denounce Confederate Flag, Doubles Down On Trump Tweet; Around 800-Plus Hate Incidents Against Asian-Americans In California; Florida Lawyer Visits Beaches Dressed As Grim Reaper Warning Of Coronavirus; NASCAR's Bubba Wallace Responds To Trump Demanding Apology. Aired 2:30-3p ET


July 05, 2020
• Trump Delivers Divisiveness on Independence Day; Florida Hotspots Celebrate at the Beach; Iraq Struggles with COVID-19; England's Pubs Reopen; Citizens Honor the British National Health Service; America Celebrates Its Birthday; California Hospital Beds Fill to Capacity; Holiday Travel Numbers Down Due to COVID-19; Grim Coronavirus Statistics in Latin America; Sport Deals with Racism. Aired 12-1a ET
• Trump Delivers Divisiveness on Independence Day; Florida Hotspots Celebrate at the Beach; Iraq Struggles with COVID-19; England's Pubs Reopen; Citizens Honor the British National Health Service; America Celebrates Its Birthday; California Hospital Beds Fill to Capacity; Grim Coronavirus Statistics in Latin America; Egypt Optimistic about Tourism; Gerri Schappals, 102 Year-Old Survivor, Always Feels Lucky. Aired 1-2a ET
• Trump Delivers Divisiveness on Independence Day; Florida Hotspots Celebrate at the Beach; Australia Calling for a Pause in Easing Coronavirus Restrictions; Iraq Struggles with COVID-19; America Celebrates Its Birthday; Grim Coronavirus Statistics in Latin America; Sport Deals with Racism. Aired 2-3a ET
• Trump Delivers Divisiveness on Independence Day; Florida Hotspots Celebrate at the Beach; England's Pubs Reopen; Australia Calling for a Pause in Easing Coronavirus Restrictions; America Celebrates Its Birthday; Citizens Honor the British National Health Service; Iraq Struggles with COVID-19; Sport Deals with Racism. Aired 3-4a ET
• Trump Delivers Divisiveness On Independence Day; Florida Hotspots Celebrate At The Beach; England's Pubs Reopen; Australia Calling For A Pause In Easing Coronavirus Restrictions; Grim Coronavirus Statistics In Latin America; Sport Deals With Racism; California Hospital Beds Fill To Capacity; Iraq Struggles With COVID- 19. Aired 4-5a ET
• California Hospital Beds Fill To Capacity; Trump Delivers Divisiveness On Independence Day; Florida Hotspots Celebrate At The Beach; Australia Calling For A Pause In Easing Coronavirus Restrictions; England's Pubs Reopen; Iraq Struggles With COVID-19; Trump Voters Waver After Lack Of Leadership; Botswana Investigating Unexplained Deaths Of Elephants. Aired 5-6a ET
• Florida Reports New All-Time High Of Daily COVID-19 Cases; Phoenix Mayor: Arizona "Opened Way Too Early"; Access Restricted To California State Beaches As Cases Spike; Trump Baselessly Claims 99 percent Of COVID-19 Cases "Harmless;" Iraq Sees 600 Percent Jump In COVID Cases In June; Protesters Topple Christopher Columbus Statue In Baltimore. Aired 2-3p ET
• Florida Reports New All-Time U.S. High Of Daily COVID-19 Cases; Texas Sees 8,258 New Cases, Second Highest Day On Record; Hospitals Financially Crushed By Pandemic Coast To Coast; Health Experts Warn Fourth Of July Weekend Could Bring COVID-19 Spikes; Video Captures Large Crowd Of Maskless Partygoers In Michigan; Illegal Fireworks Set Off In LA After Shows Cancelled Over COVID-19; Trump: Most COVID-19 Cases "Harmless", 34 States Report Spikes. Aired 4-5p ET
• President Trump In A Speech Says 99 Percent Of COVID Cases Are Harmless; Despite Warnings, Reports Of Large Crowds Gathering In U.S. States; Jobs Created Last Month While Unemployment Dropped; "New York Times" Reports Some Gaps In A Memo From The Administration On Russian Bounties; Trump's Divisive Speech. Aired 5-6p ET
• Health Experts Warn This Weekend Could Bring COVID-19 Spikes; Multiple States Order Bars Closed Again As Pandemic Rages; Trump Falls Further Behind Biden in 2020 Polling; New Pentagon Report Concludes Russia Actively Working With Taliban; Supreme Court Could Force Release Of Trump's Financial Records. Aired 6-7p ET
• Florida Reports Nearly 10,000 New COVID-19 Cases Today; President Trump Delivers Divisive Speech To The Country This Independence Day Weekend, Downplaying The Dangers Of Coronavirus; Seven-Year-Old Girl Among Victims Of Chicago Violence. Aired 3-4p ET
• Health Experts Warn This Weekend Could Bring COVID-19 Spikes; Florida Reports New All-Time U.S. High Of Daily COVID-19 Cases; California Cases Spike Again Causing Beaches To Close This Holiday Weekend; Trump Continues To Downplay U.S. Coronavirus Outbreak; Trump Offers Second Night Of Dark, Divisive Messaging On July 4th; Texas Reports 8,258 New Cases, Second Highest Day On Record. Aired 8-9p ET
• Trump Baselessly Claims 99 Percent of Cases Totally Harmless; Video Captures Large Crowds of Partygoers Not Wearing Masks in Michigan; Interview with Mayor Dan Gelber (D) of Miami Beach about Florida's Coronavirus Cases; California Closing Down Again as Cases Spike; Inside Texas Hospital Overwhelmed with COVID-19 Patients. Aired 7-8p ET


July 04, 2020
• Trump Stokes Division at Mount Rushmore; COVID-19 Reaches Trump's Inner Circle; Florida Leads Nation in Average Number of Daily New Cases; Aurora, Colorado, Police Officers Fired over Mocking Elijah McClain's Death; Not All Americans Celebrate Independence Day; Pubs Reopen across England; Texas Governor Orders Statewide Mask Requirement in Public; South Africa Health Workers Battle TB alongside COVID-19; Hollywood's Dilemma over New Film Releases. Aired 3-4a ET
• Trump Stokes Division at Mount Rushmore; COVID-19 Reaches Trump's Inner Circle; Florida Leads Nation in Average Number of Daily New Cases; Pubs Reopen across England; How Canada Crushed the COVID-19 Curve; Aurora, Colorado, Police Officers Fired over Mocking Elijah McClain's Death; Hong Kong Activist Flees City Fearing Retribution from China; Mexico Surpasses Italy in COVID-19 Cases; Coronavirus Cases in Cuba Stabilize; NFL's Washington Redskins to Review Name. Aired 4-5a ET
• Health Experts Express Concern Public Gatherings for Independence Day Celebrations may Cause Increase Coronavirus Spread; Coronavirus Cases Rise Rapidly in Florida, California, and Arizona; President Trump Speaks at Independence Day Celebration at Mount Rushmore; Doctor Discusses Evolution of Treatment for Severe Cases of Coronavirus; Little Rock, Arkansas, Mayor Frank Scott, Jr., Interviewed on Executive Order Requiring Face Masks in Public Spaces; Washington Redskins Announces Review of Possible Team Name Change after Threats from Sponsors and Investors. Aired 10-11a ET
• Trump Stokes Division at Mount Rushmore; COVID-19 Reaches Trump's Inner Circle; Texas Governor Orders Statewide Mask Requirement in Public; Florida Leads Nation in Average Number of Daily New Cases; Pubs Reopen across England; Some U.S. States Once Again Closing Bars; Not All Americans Celebrate Independence Day; New Study Shows New Mutated Version of Coronavirus Spreads Faster; South Africa Health Workers Battle TB alongside COVID-19; NFL's Washington Redskins to Review Name; Hollywood's Dilemma over New Film Releases. Aired 5-6a ET
• Florida Sees 11,400-Plus Cases Setting New Daily State Record; California Beaches Close For July 4th Weekend; Arizona Hospitals Near Capacity As Cases Surge; Texas Governor Imposes Mask Requirement For High-Case-Count Areas; President Stokes Culture Wars In Speech At Mount Rushmore; U.S. Needs Aggressive Modernization of Contact Tracing. Aired 11a-12p ET
• Florida Reports 11,400-Plus New Cases, Setting New Daily State Record; Patients Rapidly Filling Hospitals In South And West; U.S. Hot With 50,000-Plus New COVID-19 Cases For Third Straight Day; CNN Goes Inside Houston Hospital On Front Line Of Battling Virus; July 4th Travel Surges Despite Skyrocketing Infection Rate. Aired 12-1p ET
• Virus Cases Rise In 37 States As Americans Celebrate July 4th; Steve Houser, National Fireworks Association President, Discusses Surge In At-Home Fireworks Sales Amid Cancelled July 4th Public Displays; Interview With Former HHS Secretary Kathleen Sebelius; CDC Director Says U.S. Needs To Modernize Contact Tracing; Florida Seniors May Swing Away From Trump In November. Aired 4-5p ET
• Health Experts Urge Caution As Nation Celebrates Fourth Of July Weekend As COVID-19 Cases Surge; President Stokes Culture Wars In Speech At Mount Rushmore; Trump Jr.'s Girlfriend, Kimberly Guilfoyle, Tests Positive For Virus; Protests Outside Aurora, Colorado Police Precinct Over The Death Of Elijah McClain; Polls Paint Troubling Picture For Trump. Aired 9-10a ET
• Health Experts Express Concern Public Gatherings For Independence Day Celebrations May Cause Increased Coronavirus Spread; Florida Reports Highest Single-Day Coronavirus Case Count; Mayor Of Hoboken, New Jersey, Ravi Bhalla Is Interviewed On Recent Spike In Coronavirus Cases In His City; President Trump Speaks At Independence Day Celebration At Mount Rushmore. Aired 2-3p ET
• Older Voters In Florida Gauge Trump's Chances At Reelection As Coronavirus Crisis Intensifies; Virus Cases Rise In 37 States As Americans Celebrate July 4th; Some Florida Beaches Remain Open Despite Spike In New Cases; Military Flyovers Of Major Cities Commemorate July 4th; Trump Stokes Culture Wars In Divisive Mount Rushmore Speech; 102- Year-Old Woman Survives 1918 Spanish Flu, Cancer, COVID-19. Aired 5-6p ET
• Patients Rapidly Filling Hospitals In South And West; Trump Briefly Mentions Pandemic In S.D., Focuses On Monuments Instead; Florida Leads Nation In Number Of New Daily Cases; Mayor Ricky Shelton Of Cookeville, TN Discusses The City's Plans For A July 4th Celebration While Keeping Residents Safe; Spain Orders Lockdown Of Region With "Significant" Spike In Cases. Aired 1-2p ET
• Virus Cases Rise In 37 States As Americans Celebrate July 4th; Weeklong NYC Fireworks Shows End With Grand Finale Tonight; Beaches Closed Across Southern California For July 4th As Cases Rise. Aired 6- 7p ET
• Virus Cases Rise in 37 States as Americans Celebrate July 4th; As Much of the U.S. Scales Back Celebrations, Trump Holds Large Gathering Despite Rise in Virus Cases; Sparse Crowd on D.C. Mall Ahead of Tonight's Fireworks Show; President Hosting Celebration With Music, Flyovers, Fireworks. Aired 7-8p ET
• U.S. President Holds Celebration Despite Coronavirus Surge; Mexico Now Reporting More COVID-19 Cases Than Italy; Hollywood's COVID-19 Dilemma. Aired 1-2a ET
• Masks Optional, Zero Social Distancing At Trump Event; Trump Campaign's Guilfoyle Tests Positive For Coronavirus; Protests Outside Aurora, Colorado Police Precinct. Aired 2-3a ET
• Kimberly Guilfoyle Tests Positive for Coronavirus; U.S. Coronavirus Cases Soar Ahead of July 4th Weekend; Trump Attends Large July 4th Event at Mt. Rushmore as COVID-19 Cases Soar; Mexico City Reopens as Cases Show No Signs of Peaking; Cuba Begins Lifting Restrictions as Cases Stabilize; U.S. Hospitals Losing Millions of Dollars Amid COVID-19; South Africa Battling Dual Deadly Diseases; New Film Depicts Deadly and Heroic Afghan Battle. Aired 12-1a ET


July 03, 2020
• Did Not Air 3-4p ET
• U.S. Breaks Record with 51,000+ New COVID Cases; Pro-Democracy Activist Nathan Law Leaves Hong Kong; U.S. COVID-19 Struggle Reveals 'Post-American World'; Brazil Nears 1.5M COVID-18 Cases as Amazon Fires Pick Up; Singer Hachalu Hundessa Buried Amid Ethnic Unrest; Hong Kong's Justice Minister is Interviewed about New Security Law; Levar Stoney, Richmond, Va., Mayor is Interviewed about Removing Confederate Statues; Miami-Dade Officer to be Terminated for Striking Woman. Aired 12-1a ET
• Coronavirus Pandemic; U.S. Sets Record With 52,000 Plus Cases In One Day; Florida Sets One-Day Record With 10,000 Plus New Cases; Chicago Imposes Quarantine On Visitors From 15 States; Masks Mandatory In 19 U.S. States And Washington D.C.; America's Virus Response Further Eroding Respect Aboard; U.S. Economy Added 4.8 Million Jobs In June; Global Stocks Rally Following U.S. Jobs Report; North Korea Covid Response A Shinning Success; Ghislaine Maxwell Charged In Epstein Sex Abuse Case; Saudis On Trial In Turkey For Jamal Khashoggi's Death; World Sports, Man City Thrash Champions Liverpool; Flights To Nowhere; Mixed Messages Confuses People; Brazil Left With no Option but to Reopen Economy; Britain Opens its Bars on July 4th; Music Icon Killed in Ethiopia. Aired 3-4a ET
• "New Normal" In U.S: Record-Breaking Coronavirus Cases Daily; Favorable Jobs Report, Unemployment Claims, Further Economic Shutdowns; Florida Seniors May Swing Away From Trump In November; Respect for U.S. Plummets Amid COVID Crisis; Inside India's Massive COVID-19 Field Hospital; North Korea's COVID Response "A Shining Success"; National Security Law Tightens China's Grip on Hong Kong; Police Unions Shielding Brutal Cops; Man City Thrash Champions Liverpool 4-0. Aired 1-2a ET
• U.S. Hits Record New Cases Two Days in a Row; Florida Reports Record 10,000+ New Cases Thursday; COVID-19 Ravages U.S. as Developed Nations Reopen; Concerns Among NATO Members About U.S. Policy Under Trump; Ghislaine Maxwell Charged in Epstein Sex Abuse Case. Aired 4- 4:30a ET
• U.S. Breaks Daily Record With 52,000+ New COVID Cases; Melbourne Imposes New Lockdown As Cases Pick Up Again; U.S. Added 4.7M Jobs In June, Unemployment Rate Falls To 11.1 percent; United States Again Shatters Coronavirus Case Records; Nine Arrested Under New Hong Kong Law Released on Bail; Saudis to be Tried in Turkey for Jamal Khashoggi's Death; Elusive Socialite Ghislaine Maxwell is Charged in Epstein Sex Abuse Case. Aired 2-3a ET
• Growing Fears Holiday Weekend Will Fuel Surge In Virus Cases; Mask Optional, No Social Distancing At Trump's Mt. Rushmore Event; More California Cities Announce Fines For Face Mask Defiance. Aired 10-10:30a ET
• Inside Texas Hospital on the Brink of Capacity; French Prime Minister Philippe Resigns; Police Unions Accused of Shielding Brutal Cops; FedEx Asks Washington Redskins to Change Team Name. Aired 4:30- 5a ET
• As U.S. Coronavirus Infections Rise, Deaths Are Expected to Follow; Interview with Savannah, Georgia Mayor Van Johnson (D); Turkish Jamal Khashoggi Murder Trial Begins Today. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• Florida Leads Nation in Average Number of Daily New Cases; Texas Governor Orders Statewide Mask Requirement in Public; Arizona ICUs Close to Capacity as Virus Surge; More California Cities Announce Fines for Face Mask Defiance; Masks Optional, No Social Distancing at Trump's Mt. Rushmore Event; Mike Pence's Arizona Trip Delayed After Secret Service Agents Test Positive for COVID-19; A New Study Shows a New Mutated Version of Coronavirus Spreads Faster; Research Study Finds Positive Results from Hydroxychloroquine. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• Some Airlines Easing COVID-19 Restrictions Despite Rising Cases; Miami Beach to Enforce 10 p.m. Curfew Tonight as Cases Surge; Interview with Mayor Dan Gelber (D-FL), Miami Beach; Prince Andrew Urged to Come Forward after Arrest of Epstein Associate. Aired 9:30- 10a ET
• Hospitals Losing Millions Of Dollars In Fight Against Virus; Cases Surge To All-Time High As U.S. Heads Into July 4th Weekend; Brazil Reopens As COVID-19 Cases Near 1.5M, Experts Warn Worst Yet To Come; NFL's Washington Redskins To Undergo "Thorough" Review Of Name. Aired 12:30-1p ET
• Cases Surge to All-Time High as U.S. Heads into July 4th Weekend; Texas Governor Mandates Wearing Masks as Cases, Hospitalizations Surge; Florida Leads Nation in Number of New Daily Cases; Pence Claims Florida in "Much Better Place" as Cases Surge; Mayor Jane Castor (D-Tampa, FL) Discusses Pence Comments on Florida, Mandating Masks; Masks Optional, No Social Distancing at Trump's July 4th Mt. Rushmore Event; Randy Seiler, South Dakota Democratic Party Chair, Discusses Trump's July 4th Mt. Rushmore Event. Aired 11-11:30a ET
• President Trump to Attend Mount Rushmore Fireworks Tonight; Arizona Holds Annual Arts Festival With Some Safety Measures; Coronavirus Mutation Increases Infection Rate. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• Study: New Strain of Coronavirus Replicates More Easily But Doesn't Make People Sicker; Dr. Erica Ollmann Saphire, La Jolla Institute of Immunology Professor, Discusses New Version of COVID-19; Canada Crushing the Curve as U.S. Cases Soar; Sen. Jeff Merkley Calls Out American Airlines over Coronavirus Response. Aired 11:30a-12p ET
• Florida Reporting 9488 New Cases In Past 24 Hours; California Launches Ad Campaign Encouraging Masks, Staying Home; Masks Optional, No Social Distancing At Mount Rushmore Event; Health Experts Warn Of Growing Number of COVID-19 Cases Linked To Bar In East Lansing, Michigan; Hospitals Losing Millions Of Dollars In Fight Against Virus. Aired 12-12:30p ET
• U.S. Hits Another Daily Record With 52,000+ New Cases; Masks Optional, No Social Distancing At Trump's Mt. Rushmore Event. Aired 1- 1:30p ET
• Lakshmi Kode Sammarco, Coroner of Hamilton County, Ohio, Discusses Cincinnati City Council Vote Mandating Wearing a Mask; Airports Prepare for Spike in Travelers This Holiday Weekend; Masks Optional, No Social Distancing at Trump's July 4th Mt. Rushmore Event; Intel Agencies Briefed Trump Less on Russian Threats; CNN's Jake Tapper Discusses Movie Out Today Based on His Book, "The Outpost". Aired 1:30-2p ET
• Canada Crushing the Curve as U.S. Cases Soar; Being Black and Pregnant During a Pandemic and Racial Justice; Update on Coronavirus Responses Around the World; Washington Redskins Announce They'll Do Thorough Review of Team Name. Aired 2:30-3p ET


July 02, 2020
• Did Not Air 3-4p ET
• President Trump Believes the Virus Will Just Disappear; No Age Exemption for China's New Security Law; President Putin Assured to Have Extend His Power; Source, Trump Often Didn't Read Russia Material; Official Say, Afghan Contractor Handed Out Russian Cash To Kill Americans; China Rejects U.K.'s Criticism Of New Law; Coronavirus Pandemic; U.S. Jobs Report For June Due In A Few Hours; 1.4 Million New Claims Expected In U.S. Jobless Report; Palestinians Rally Against West Bank Annexation; Mexico Reopening As Death Toll Climbs; Brazil Surpasses 60,000 Coronavirus Deaths; Gerri Schappals, 102 Year-Old Survivor, I Always Feel Lucky; CNN Business, Tesla Is Now Worth More Than Toyota, Disney, And Coca-Cola; Formula One, Lewis Hamilton's Legacy On And Off The Race Track. Aired 3-4a ET
• More States Close Beaches, Bars, End Indoor Dining; Study Shows U.S. Deaths May be 28 Percent Higher than Reported; Trump Says I'm All for Masks, I Think Masks are Good; Trump Saying Russia Afghanistan Accusations are a Hoax; Russia Accusations Intel Dates Back to Last Year; Trump's Contribution to Putin's Enduring Appeal. Aired 4-4:30a ET
• Covid Cases Continue Their Climb In 37 U.S. States; Latin American COVID Death Toll Soar Even Further; Congress Passes Sanction Of China Over New Hong Kong Law; Did Trump Know About Russian Payouts To The Taliban?; Putin Claims Victory In Referendum For Extended Term; National Security Law Tightens China's Grip on Hong Kong; U.S. Jobs Report for June Due in a Few Hours; Palestinians Rally against West Bank Annexation; Young Texas Woman Gets COVID-19 after Venturing Back Out. Aired 1-2a ET
• President Trump Believes Coronavirus Will Just Disappear; 1.4 Million New Unemployment Claims Expected in U.S.; No Age Exemption for China's New Security Law in Hong Kong; President Putin Assured Power until 2036; Source: Trump Often Didn't Read Intel on Russia; Palestinians Rally against West Bank Annexation; Ethiopians Protest Oromo Singer's Shooting; National Security Law Tightens China's Grip on Hong Kong; Brazil Surpasses 60,000 Coronavirus Deaths; Mexico Moves to Reopen Despite Rising Death Toll; Dozens of Companies Boycott Advertising on Facebook; Watchdog Report: Boeing Kept FAA in Dark About MCAS; Lewis Hamilton Making Mark On and Off the Formula 1 Race Track. Aired 12-1a ET
• 23 States Pause Re-Openings As U.S. Cases Surge; Trump Claims Virus Will Disappear As U.S. Tops 50,000 In One Day; Atlantic City Casinos Reopen With New COVID-19 Restrictions. Aired 10-10:30a ET
• Hundreds Arrested During Protests Against Security Law; Hong Kong Official Involved in Drafting New Law Speaks Out; China Rejects U.K.'s Criticism of New Law; U.S. Jobs Report for June; Facebook Under Pressure as Brands Pull Ads; Trump Calls Black Lives Matter a Symbol of Hate; U.K. Policing in Spotlight Following COVID-19 Lockdown; Palestinians Rally Against West Bank Annexation; Israel Hints West Bank Plan May Be on Hold. Aired 4:30-5a ET
• President Trump Believes Coronavirus Will Just Disappear; 1.4 Million New Unemployment Claims Expected in U.S.; No Age Exemption for China's New Security Law in Hong Kong; President Putin Assured Power until 2036; Source: Trump Often Didn't Read Intel on Russia; Palestinians Rally against West Bank Annexation; Italian Police Seize ISIS-Made Amphetamines; At Least 23 States Pause Or Rollback Reopening Plans; Dozens Of Companies Boycott Advertising On Facebook; June Jobs Report To Show Three Million Jobs Added. Aired 2-3a ET
• Economy Adds 4.8 Million Jobs in June, Unemployment Falls to 11.1 Percent; VP Pence Visits Florida as New Cases Surge; Texas Reports Record Highs in New Cases, Hospitalizations; Arizona State Fairgrounds Testing Site Overwhelmed; California Governor Orders 72 Percent of State back to Near-Shutdown; Trump claims Coronavirus will "Disappear" As U.S. Tops 50k in One Day; Trump Officials Plan to Create New Pandemic Response Team; U.S. Futures Jump After Report Shows 4.8 Million Jobs were Added in June. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• Afghan Contractor was Middleman in Bounty Scheme; Covid-19 Cases Increase among Military; June Jobs Report; Schools Grapple with Reopening. Aired 9:30-10a
• Food Pantries' Lines Continue to Grow; One Hong Kong Representative to Vote on New Security Law; President Trump's Briefers May Have Skipped Russia Issues. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• Atlantic City Casinos, Amusement Parks Reopen With New Rules; Subpoenas Issued For NY Partygoers Linked To COVID-19 Cluster; Jeffrey Epstein Associate Ghislaine Maxwell Arrested. Aired 12:30-1p ET
• U.S. Sets Record with Over 50,000 Cases in One Day; Trump Says He Believes Virus Will "Just Disappear"; Texas Reports Record Highs in New Cases, Hospitalizations; Tougher Restrictions in California as Cases Hit Record High; Dr. David Rubin Discusses Latest PolicyLab Projection Showing 2nd Way Coming, Rethinking State-By-State Strategy, Concerns about College Towns; Trump Says He "Did a Great Job" Handling COVID-19 as U.S. Tops 50k Cases a Day; Trump Focuses on New Unemployment Numbers Showing 4.8 Million Jobs Added, Not Virus Cases Rising; Trump Says He's for Masks But Reluctant to Wear One. Aired 11- 11:30a ET
• U.S. Sets New Coronavirus Cases Record Wednesday; President Trump Announces No Supply Shortages; Interview with Fort Lauderdale Mayor Dean Trantalis. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• Experts Warn Testing Demand Likely to Exceed Capacity; Julie Khani, American Clinical Laboratory Association President Discusses Coronavirus Testing; Mark Zandi, Chief Economist, Moody's Analytics, Discusses New Jobs Report, Economy; Gang of Eight Being Briefed on Russia Bounty Intel; NYT: Afghan Contractor Was Middleman in Russian Bounty Scheme; Houston Rockets' Sefolosha Opts Out of NBA Restart; Washington Mystics' Natasha Cloud Will Skip Upcoming WNBA Season for Social Reform; WNBA's Maya Moore Pauses Her Career for Social Justice. Aired 11:30a-12p ET
• More Than 10,000 New Cases In Florida In Past 24 Hours; California Governor Orders Majority Of State Back To Near-Shutdown; U.S. Hits New Record With 50,000 Plus Cases In A Single Day; Texas Reports Record High In New Cases, Hospitalizations; Atlantic City Casinos, Amusement Parks Reopen With New Rules. Aired 12-12:30p ET
• 23 States Pause Or Roll Back Reopening Plans As Cases Surge; Trump Insists Virus Handled As Daily Cases Hit Record 50,000 Plus; Texas Hits Record-Breaking Number For Daily Cases. Aired 1-1:30p ET
• Dr. Sara Goza knows that, the president of the American Academy of Pediatrics; Herman Cain Tests Positive for Coronavirus; Dr. Sara Goza, President, American Academy of Pediatrics, Discusses Their Call for In-Person School This Fall; Gang of Eight Briefed on Russia Bounty Intel. Aired 1:30-2p ET
• Young Adults Refuse Contact Tracing after Party Linked to COVID-19 Cluster; Rockland County Executive, Ed Day, Discusses Issuing Subpoenas Against Party Goers Refusing Contact Tracing; Casinos in Atlantic City Reopen Today with Safety Precautions; Man's Family Savaged by COVID-19, Now He's Helping Others; Ghislaine Maxwell, Ex- Girlfriend and Alleged Accomplice of Jeffrey Epstein, Arrested. Aired 2:30-3p ET


July 01, 2020
• Did Not Air 3-4p ET
• Coronavirus Pandemic; Fed Chairman, Economic Recovery Depends On Containing Virus; Powell, Record GDP Decline Expected This Quarter; U.S. Stocks Record Best Quarter In Decades; Airbus To Cut 15,000 Jobs Over 12 Months; European Union Allows Travel From 14 Countries, United States Excluded; E.U. Countries Forced To Recover Without U.S. Tourists; Latin American Countries Adjusting As Cases Surge; Brazil Surpasses 1.4 Million Covid-19 Cases; U.K. Locks Down Leicester Amid Coronavirus Surge; China Discovers New Swine Flu With Pandemic Potential; Belgian King Breaks Silence On Colonial Past; Belgian King Expresses Regret For Colonial Past In Congo; China Emphasize the Gravity of the New Law; Top Experts Warned and Now Begged People to Wear Masks; Vladimir Putin's Power May Extend Till 2036. Aired 3-4a ET
• China Passes National Security Law for Hong Kong; Fauci: U.S. Could See 100,000 Cases Per Day if Surge Continues; Biden Slams Trump on Coronavirus; Trump Under Fire Over Russia Bounty Intelligence; Trump's Phone Calls Alarm U.S. Officials; Calls to Foreign Leaders Raised Security Concerns; Russian Vote Could Keep Putin in Power Until 2036; Former Officer Who Shot Rayshard Brooks Granted Bond; National Security Law Tightens China's Grip on Hong Kong; Latin American Countries Adjusting as Cases Surge; China Discovers New Swine Flu with 'Pandemic Potential'. Aired 12-1a ET
• Fauci Says U.S. Could Rise to 100,000 a Day; 19 U.S. States Pause or Roll Back Reopening Plans; Study Shows Mask Materials and Design Can Determine Effectiveness; Mixed Messages on Masks Creating Confusion in U.S.; White House Says Trump Now Briefed on Russian Bounty Plot; Hong Kong Police Make First Arrests Under National Security Law; Controversial Reforms Could Keep Putin in Power Until 2036. Aired 4-4:30a ET
• Cases Rise In 27 States As Virus Surges Across Nation; Fauci Warns New COVID Cases Could Rise To 100,000 A Day. Aired 10-10:30a ET
• New Beijing Ruling Allows Chinese Law Enforcement Presence In Hong Kong; Experts Warn U.S. Coronavirus Cases Could Reach 100,000 A Day; Russians To Vote To Keep Putin In Power; Hong Kong's Leader Defends National Security Law; Belgian King: "Deepest Regret" for Colonial Past in Congo; E.U. Allows Travel from 14 Countries, U.S. Excluded; Airbus to Cut 15,000 Jobs over 12 Months; Actor and Director Carl Reiner Dies at 98. Aired 1-2a ET
• HK Police Make First Arrest Under National Security Law; China Discovers New Swine Flu With Pandemic Potential; E.U. Allows Travel From 14 Countries, U.S. Excluded; China Passes National Security Law for Hong Kong; Fauci: U.S. Could See 100,000 Cases Per Day if Surge Continues; Trump Under Fire Over Russia Bounty Intelligence; Russians Hit the Reset Button for Putin. Aired 2-3a ET
• Fed Chairman Says Economic Recovery Depends on Containing Virus; Airbus to Cut 15,000 Jobs Over 12 Months; EU Closed to U.S. Travelers as Borders Open Up; 17 Vaccines in Human Trials Worldwide; St. Louis Man Responds After Pulling Gun on Protesters; Mississippi Getting Rid of Flag with Confederate Emblem; Actor and Director Carl Reiner Dies at 98. Aired 4:30-5a ET
• Interview with Austin Mayor Steve Adler (D) About COVID-19 Surge in Texas; FDA: Vaccine for COVID-19 would have to Be At Least 50 Percent Effective for Approval; Cases Rise in 37 States as Coronavirus Surges Across the U.S.; Fauci Warns New COVID Cases Could Rise to 100,000 a Day. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• Question Raised Over Trump's Handling of Briefing; Officials Weigh Returning to School; Tulsa Officer Killed during Traffic Stop. Aired 9:30-10a ET
• President Threatens NDAA Veto; European Union to Ban U.S. Travelers Over Coronavirus Numbers; Companies Boycott Facebook Advertising Over Hate Speech. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• Former FDA Official: New Cases May Already be Hitting 100K Per Day; Texas Lt. Gov Dan Patrick Criticizes Fauci as Cases Rise; Mayor John Giles (R-Mesa, AZ) Discusses Rising Cases in Arizona; Pfizer Reports Positive Early Data on COVID-19 Vaccine Candidate; Dr. Craig Spencer Discusses Infections Up over 50% in Most States Since June 1st & Dr. Peter Hotez Saying Take COVID Response Away from White House, Give to CDC; Source: White House Alerted to Potential Russian Bounty Plot in Early 2019. Aired 11-11:30a ET
• Gold Star Mother Reacts To Russian Bounty Allegations; FDA Says Coronavirus Vaccines Need 50 Percent Efficacy Or Better; Oklahoma Police Officer Dies After Traffic Stop Shooting. Aired 12:30-1p ET
• COVID-19 Cases Rise in 37 States with 19 Pausing or Reversing Reopening; Trump's Morning Tweetstorm Fails to Mention Pandemic; Interview with Texas Bar Owner Suing Governor Over Closures. Aired 2- 2:30p ET
• Source: White House Alerted To Potential Russian Bounty Plot In Early 2019; Dr. John Swartzberg Discusses Dr. Fauci Cautioning On Congregating At Bars; Milton, FL, Mayor Heather Lindsay Discusses City Council Voting To Overrule Her Mask Mandate As Cases Rise; Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg To Meet With Civil Rights Groups Over Ad Boycott. Aired 11:30a-12p ET
• Mark Zuckerberg To Meet With Civil Rights Groups Over Ad Boycott; Arizona Reports Record High New COVID-19 Cases Deaths Today; Cases Spike In 37 States As Virus Surges Across Nation; California Reports More Than 6,000 New Cases In Single Day; Gold Star Mother Reacts To Russian Bounty Allegations. Aired 12-12:30p ET
• Interview With Black Lives Matter Organizer & Cal State, L.A. Professor & Chair Of Pan-African Studies, Melina Abdullah; Update On Coronavirus Responses Around The World; GENYOUth CEO, Alexis Glick, Discusses How Markets Are Seeing Best Quarter In Decades As Workers, Businesses Suffer; CNN's Brooke Baldwin Donates Plasma To Coronavirus Patients. Aired 1:30-2p ET
• Pentagon Report Says Russia Working With Taliban And Others To Expedite U.S. Withdrawal From Afghanistan; Update On Coronavirus Responses Across The Country; COVID-19 First Responder Dies, Family Denied Insurance Claim; CNN Staff, Mom With Twins In NICU Pleads For People To Wear Masks. Aired 2:30-3p ET
• U.S. Cases Trend In Wrong Direction As Trump Fails To Lead; Study Shows Official U.S. COVID-19 Death Count Could Be Much Higher; Trump Calls Black Lives Matter Street Paintings Symbol Of Hate. Aired 1-1:30p ET


June 30, 2020
• Congress Demand Trump Administration Explain Russia Bounty Intel; Intelligence On Bounties Was In Daily Briefings; U.S. Supreme Court Blocks Controversial Abortion Law; India Bans TikTok And 58 Other Mobile Apps Amid Tensions With China; More Major Companies Join Facebook Ad Boycott; South Africa Turns Recreational Center Into Field Hospital; Coronavirus Pandemic; U.K. City Of Leicester Faces Tough New Restrictions; Covid-19 Fight In South Africa Is A Marathon; Israel Expected To Move Forward With Plans To Annex Parts Of The West Bank; States Pause Their Re-Opening Due to Spike in Coronavirus; GOP on Board for Wearing a Mask; E.U. Released its List of 15 Countries Allowed to Enter Their Border; China's Parliament Passed Controversial Law. Aired 3-4a ET
• China Tightens Its Grip on Hong Kong; Coronavirus Cases Explode across the United States; COVID-19 Takes a Dangerous Turn in Texas; Big Win for U.S. Abortion Rights Advocates; Italy and U.S. Going in Opposite Directions; E.U. Members Set to Finalize Travel Restrictions; Poll Shows Europeans Souring on U.S. Alliance; Official: Intelligence on Bounties was in Daily Briefing; Brazil Reports More Than 24,000 New COVID-19 Cases; South Africa Turns Rec Center into Field Hospital; Israel Expected to Move Forward with Annexation Plans. Aired 12-1a ET
• At Least 17 U.S. States Rein in Reopening Plans Amid Surge; Arizona to Pause Reopenings as Virus Cases Soar; Growing Number of U.S. States Have Mask Requirements; Officials Say Intelligence on Bounties was in Daily Briefing; Sources Say Senior Officials Concluded Trump was a Danger to National Security After Phone Calls with Foreign Leaders; China Passes National Security Law for Hong Kong. Aired 4- 4:30a ET
• Beijing's Sweeping New Laws Threaten Free Speech In Hong Kong; WHO Issues Dire Statement That The Pandemic Is Speeding Up; Pelosi Calls For Disclosure On Reports Of Russian Pay-Offs To The Taliban; China Passes National Security Law for Hong Kong; Poll Shows Europeans Souring on U.S. Alliance; More Major Companies Join Facebook Ad Boycott; India Bans mostly Chinese Apps including Tiktok; Country Singer Chase Rice under Fire for Packed Concert. Aired 1-2a ET
• China Tightens Its Grip on Hong Kong; Coronavirus Cases Explode across the United States; Trump Denies Seeing Intelligence on Russian Bounty Plot; Report: China Passes National Security Law For Hong Kong; E.U. Members Set To Finalize Travel Restrictions; Israel Expected To Move Forward With Annexation Plans. Aired 2-3a ET
• EU Members Set to Finalize Travel Restrictions; Italy and U.S. Going in Opposite Directions; More Major Companies Join Facebook Ad Boycott; U.S. Supreme Court Blocks Controversial Abortion Law; Roberts Breaks with Conservatives, Side with Liberals; Inside Look at How Jail Hotspot is Now Protecting Inmates. Aired 4:30-5a ET
• 16 States Halt Reopening Plans As Cases Surge Across Nation; Dr. Fauci, CDC Director Robert Redfield To Testify Before Senate Committee; Source Says, Russian Bounty Intel Was In Trump's Daily Brief Earlier This Year. Aired 10-10:30a ET
• 16 States Stop Reopening Plans as Coronavirus Cases Surge Across the U.S. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• 17 States Pause Or Change Reopening Plan As Virus Cases Explode; Tri-State Area Expands Travel Advisory To Eight More States; Biden Speaks In Delaware On COVID-19 Response, Economy. Aired 1-1:30p ET
• Rep. Adam Kinzinger (R-IL) is Interviewed on the Russian Bounty Intel; Stimulus Program for Businesses Winding Down; Small Business Owners Face Uncertainty; EU Bans Americans From Travel to Europe. Aired 9:30-10a
• 4 Top Trump Administration Health Officials Testify Before Senate Committee. Aired 11-11:30a ET
• Live Coverage of Senate Hearing on COVID-19 Reopening Progress. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• CNN: Trump Scraps Alabama Rally Plans Amid Rising Infections; Houston Mayor: City Is Currently Seeing A Surge In Cases; American Travelers Not Allowed In When E.U. Reopens Borders. Aired 12:30-1p ET
• Biden Speech Highlights Empathy to Promote Wearing Masks; Some Northeast States Now Requiring 14-Day Quarantine from 16 States' Travelers; Anthony Fauci Predicts U.S. Cases Could Increase by 100,000 Per Day. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• Dr. Anthony Fauci: "Going To Be A Lot Of Hurt" If People Keep Ignoring Guidelines; GOP Senator Lamar Alexander Urges Trump To "Occasionally" Wear Mask; Dr. Anthony Fauci: Could Hit 100K Cases A Day If This Doesn't Turn Around; CDC Director: Daily COVID-19 Deaths Increasing In Arizona; Tri-State Area Expands Travel Advisory To Eight More States. Aired 12-12:30p ET
• Lawmakers Demand Full Briefing On Russian Bounty Intel; Dr. Anne Rimoin Discusses 72 Percent Of California's Population On Coronavirus "Watch List"; Dr. Mirtha Macri Discusses New Netflix Documentary, "Lenox Hill," On Frontline Fight Against Coronavirus. Aired 2:30-3p ET
• Democratic Presidential Presumptive Candidate, Joe Biden, Holds a Press Conference. Aired 1:30-2p ET
• Did Not Air 3-4p ET
• 4 Top Trump Administration Health Officials Testify Before Senate Committee. Aired 11:30a-12p ET


June 29, 2020
• Health Experts Continue to Encourage People to Wear a Mask; U.S. May be Included in E.U.'s Travel Ban List; China Taking Preemptive Measures; More Than 10 Million People Now Infected with COVID-19; Global Coronavirus Cases Top 10 Million, Deaths Surpass 500,000; Impact of Surging Coronavirus Cases on Florida's Economy; Mexico City Reopening, But Too Late For Some Stores; Family Loses Father to Virus, 28 Family Members Infected; At Least Five Killed at Pakistan Stock Exchange; WAPO: Bounties Believed to Have Resulted in U.S. Deaths; Ex-Minneapolis Police Officers Charged in George Floyd's Killing Expected in Court; President Trump Retweets then Deletes Video of "White Power" Chant; Huge Companies Join Facebook Advertising Boycott; Couples and Wedding Industry Adapt to Pandemic. Aired 3-4a ET
• Pence Wears Mask During Campaign Event in Texas; Florida Walks Back Some Reopening Measures Amid Surge; U.S. Travelers Likely Banned from E.U. Over Virus Surge; Trump Denies Being Briefed on Russian Bounty Intel; Colombia Exceeds Number of Cases in China; Mexico City Reopening, Too Late for Many Businesses; Trump Retweets then Deletes Video of 'White Power' Chant; More Companies Join Facebook Advertising Boycott Over Hate Speech; England's School Curriculum Criticized for Skipping Black History. Aired 12-1a ET
• Worldwide COVID Deaths Top 500,000; Vice President Endorses Wearing Of Masks In Public; Reports Claim Russia Paid Taliban To Kill U.S. Forces In Afghanistan; California Governor Closes Bars in Seven Counties as Cases Spike; Trump Retweets then Deletes Video of "White Power" Chant; Iran to Mandate Masks in High-Risk Areas; China Expected to Approve Controversial Hong Kong Law; More Companies Join Facebook Advertising Boycott. Aired 1-2a ET
• Alex Azar Says Window Closing to Get Virus Under Control; Florida Reports 8,530 New COVID-10 Cases Sunday; Texas Becomes a New Virus Hotspot; Many Americans Resist Wearing Masks Despite Risks; Trump Retweets Then Deletes Video of "White Power" Chant; Report Says Russia Offered Money to Taliban to Kill U.S. Troops; Trump Denies Knowledge of Russia-Taliban Intel; 400,000 People Under Lockdown in China's Hebei Province. Aired 4-4:30a ET
• New Data Highlights Shortage Of Contact Tracers In Hotspot States; Roberts Sides With Liberals To Block Louisiana Abortion Law. Aired 10-10:30a ET
• Huge Companies Join Facebook Advertising Boycott; Facebook Makes More Tan 98 Percent of Its Money from Ads; U.K.'s School Curriculum Skips Over Black British History; EU Considers Barring Americans from Travel List; Reports Say U.K. to Set Up "Air Bridges" to European Neighbors; Tennis Star Bianca Andreescu Preparing to Defend Title. Aired 4:30-5a ET
• The Growing Coronavirus Pandemic; Wear a Mask Says Vice President Mike Pence; Florida Reverses Reopening Plans; California Closes Bars; E.U. to Likely Ban U.S. Travelers; President Trump Denies Briefing Regarding Intel on Russian Bounty; Pakistan Stock Exchange Attacked. Aired 2-3a ET
• South Florida Beaches to Close for July 4th Weekend; Texas Hospitals Nearing Capacity as COVID-19 Cases Surge; Arizona Reports Highest Single Day Spike in New Cases; Dr. Anthony Fauci on the Surge of Coronavirus Cases in the U.S.; Trump Not Focused on Coronavirus Pandemic?; HHS Secretary: "Window is Closing" to Control Coronavirus; Thirty One States Report Rise in Cases as Coronavirus Surges Across the U.S. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• Trump Denies Bounties Briefing; States Pause or Readjust Opening Plans as Cases Soar; Spike in Gun Violence and Deaths; Aired 9:30-10a
• Texas Bars Shut Down as COVID-19 Hospitalizations Spike; President Trump May Have Received February Briefing on Putin Bounties Out for Killing of U.S. Troops in Afghanistan; California Closes Bars in in Seven Counties as COVID-19 Cases Soar. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• Did Not Air 3-4p ET
• Supreme Court Strikes Down Louisiana Abortion Law; Roberts Sides with Liberal Justices to Block Louisiana Abortion Law; South Florida Beaches to Close over Holiday Weekend as Cases Surge; Mayor Rick Kriseman (D-St. Petersburg, FL) Discusses Surging COVID-19 Cases in Florida, Several Beaches in South Florida Closing for July 4th Weekend; CNN Goes Inside Houston Hospital on Frontlines of COVID-19 Fight. Aired 11-11:30a ET
• Trump Denies Being Briefed On Russian Bounties To Kill U.S. Troops; Mississippi Lawmakers Vote To Remove Confederate Emblem From Flag. Aired 12:30-1p ET
• Thirteen States to Pause or Tweak Reopening as COVID-19 Cases Rise; Air Travel Expected to Rise for Fourth of July; Operation Warp Speed Set to Begin Clinical Trials. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• CNN Goes Inside Houston Hospital On Frontlines Of COVID-19 Fight; Dr. Anthony Fauci Spoke With CNN Earlier On Vaccines, Whether Herd Immunity Is Possible In U.S.; Dr. Leana Wen Discusses Dr. Fauci Speaking On Herd Immunity, Vaccines, The Anti-Science Movement, HHS Secretary's Comments On Getting Back To Work; Trump Sticks To Tweeting On Divisive Issues, Avoids COVID-19 Crisis; Eric Mackey, Alabama State Superintendent Of Education, Discusses Alabama Putting Out Plans To Reopen Schools As Cases Rise. Aired 11:30a-12p ET
• As COVID Cases Rise, States Struggle With School Reopenings; Only About 10 Percent Of ICU Hospital Beds Open Across Arizona; Dallas County Judge Calls On Texas Governor To Add More Restrictions To Slow Spread Of Coronavirus; Justice Roberts Sides With Liberal Justices To Block Louisiana Abortion Law; At Least 80 COVID-19 Cases Linked To One Michigan Bar. Aired 12-12:30p ET
• Jacksonville, Florida Mandates Face Masks Ahead Of RNC; Justice Roberts Sides With Liberal Justices To Block Louisiana Abortion Law; White House Briefing As Trump Stirs Culture War, Avoids Coronavirus Crisis. Aired 1-1:30p ET
• White House Press Briefing; White House: Trump, Pence Not Briefed On Intel Reports That Russia Put Bounty On U.S. & U.K. Troops Because It Wasn't Verified. Aired 1:30-2p ET
• Retired Army Brig. Gen. Peter Zwack Discusses Trump, Pence Not Being Briefed On Russia Offering Bounties To Kill U.S. & U.K. Troops In Afghanistan, Russian Bounties Believed To Have Resulted In U.S. Deaths; Update On Coronavirus Responses Around The World; The White House Tries To Explain Trump's Recent Tweets; Pence Defends Reason Behind His Refusal To Say "Black Lives Matter". Aired 2:30-3p ET


June 28, 2020
• Some U.S. States Pause or Roll Back Reopening; Miami Mayor Hopes Masks, Beach Closings Will Slow Virus; Hospitals in Texas Overwhelmed with New Cases; Russian Intel Offered Taliban Cash to Kill U.S. Troops; Mississippi Passes Measure to Change State Flag; U.K. Charities Push for Long-Term Housing for Homeless; Disneyland Workers Push for More Safety Measures; Coronavirus Is Hitting States Trump Needs to Win Reelection; Coronavirus Toll on Remote Areas of Brazil's Amazon; Impact of Positive Player Tests on Sports. Aired 12-1a ET
• Some U.S. states Pause or Roll Back Reopening; Miami Mayor Hopes Masks, Beach Closings Will Slow Virus; Trump Administration Downplays Seriousness of Virus; Russian Intel Offered Taliban Cash to Kill U.S. troops; E.U. Member States to Decide on U.S. travel Ban; Mississippi Passes Measure to Change State Flag; Disneyland Workers Push for More Safety Measures; Coronavirus Is Hitting States Trump Needs to Win Reelection; Impact of Positive Player Tests on Sports; Taking Masks to the Next Level. Aired 2-3a ET
• Some U.S. states Pause or Roll Back Reopening; Hospitals in Texas Overwhelmed with New Cases; U.S. Falls behind Rest of World as COVID-19 Skyrockets; Honduran President Works from Hospital; Deaths in Spain Creeping Up as Nation Works to Reopen; Coronavirus Is Hitting States Trump Needs to Win Reelection; Coronavirus Toll on Remote Areas of Brazil's Amazon; Taking Masks to the Next Level. Aired 3-4a ET
• Miami Mayor Hopes Masks, Beach Closings Will Slow Virus; U.S. Falls behind Rest of World as COVID-19 Skyrockets; Trump Administration Downplays Seriousness of Virus; Russian Intel Offered Taliban Cash to Kill U.S. troops; CDC: U.S. infections Much Higher than Reported; Some U.S. states Pause or Roll Back Reopening; Deaths in Spain Creeping Up as Nation Works to Reopen; U.K. Charities Push for Long-Term Housing for Homeless. Aired 4-5a ET
• CDC: U.S. Infections Much Higher Than Reported; Miami Mayor Hopes Masks, Beach Closings Will Slow Virus; Disneyland Workers Push For More Safety Measures; COVID-19's Deadly Lessons In New York; Some U.S. States Pause Or Roll Back Reopening; Coronavirus Is Hitting States Trump Needs To Win Reelection; Russian Intel Offered Taliban Cash To Kill U.S. Troops; Deaths In Spain Creeping Up As Nation Works To Reopen; Taking Masks To The Next Level. Aired 5-6a ET
• Soon: VP Pence Addresses COVID-19 Surge In Texas; Florida Reports 8,530 New COVID-19 Cases Today; Interview With Mayor Francis Suarez (R), Miami, FL; U.S. Official: Russians Offered Taliban Money To Kill U.S. Troops; Florida Health Officials Report 8,530 New Coronavirus Cases; Trump Re-Tweets Video Of White Power Chant, Then Deletes It; Gov Ron DeSantis (R-FL) Gives Update On Surging COVID Cases. Aired 2-3p ET
• Failure To Control Pandemic As New Virus Records Surges; Mike Pence Attends Church In Dallas; Florida Sets Record In Daily Coronavirus Cases; Trump Denies Reports Russia Paid Taliban To Kill U.S. Troops; Trump Removes Tweet With White Power Reference; E.U. Plans To Bar U.S. Travelers When They Reopen; Test Flights For Boeing 737 Max To Resume; Class Action Lawsuit Against Seattle On Handling Of CHOP. Aired 5-6p ET
• U.S. Fails To Control Pandemic As Virus Breaks New Records; HHS Secretary Warns Window Is Closing On Combating COVID-19 Spread; Four Ex-Officers Charged In George Floyd's Death Due In Court Monday; California Governor Orders Bars Shut In Seven Counties; Geoffrey Berman's Ouster, The Latest In Bill Barr's Push To Tighten Control Under Trump. Aired 6-7p ET
• Florida Reports 18,000 Plus New COVID-19 Cases This Weekend Alone; Vice President Pence Speaks As Coronavirus Cases Surge In The U.S.; Texas Governor Addresses COVID-19 Surge In His State. Aired 3-4p ET
• U.S. Fails to Contain Pandemic as New Virus Cases Surge in Several States; Vice President Mike Pence Encourages Everyone to Wear a Mask; Interview with Mayor Dave Kerner about Palm Beach County's Mask Mandate; South Bronx Businesses Struggle Without Baseball Fans. Aired 7-8p ET
• Vice President Mike Pence Urges Americans To Wear Masks As Cases Spike; Florida Governor Attributes Surge To Socializing And Backlog In Testing; Trump Deletes His Retweet Of Video In Which Man Chants "White Power"; New York Sees Lowest COVID-19 Deaths And Hospitalizations Since Pandemic Began; CDC Warns Pregnant Women Of Higher Risk Associated With COVID-19; California's Governor Newsom Closes Bars In Seven Counties; House Passes Police Reform Bill. Aired 4-5p ET


June 27, 2020
• The Measures to Protect Trump from Coronavirus; Northeast States Plan School Reopenings; Rising COVID-19 Infections in U.S. Youth Causing Concerns; Coronavirus Shows No Signs of Slowing in Latin America; U.S. Travelers Unlikely to be Allowed into E.U.; COVID-19 Causing Cities across the Globe to Adapt; As Pandemic Situation Worsens, Pence Paints Deceptively Rosy Picture; White House Recommends Supreme Court Overturn ObamaCare; F1 Star Lewis Hamilton Launches Commission on Motorsport Inequality; Russia Offered Afghan Militants Bounties to Kill U.S. Troops; Trump Administration Has No Plans To Expedite Harriet Tubman on the $20 Bill. Aired 3-4a ET
• As Pandemic Situation Worsens, Pence Paints Deceptively Rosy Picture; Florida Governor Will "Trust People to Make Good Decisions" on Masks as Cases Hit Record High; Texas Governor Puts Restrictions Back in Place as Cases Soar; U.S. Travelers Unlikely to be Allowed into E.U.; White House Recommends Supreme Court Overturn ObamaCare; The Measures to Protect Trump from Coronavirus; U.S. House Votes to Make D.C. a State. Aired 4-5a ET
• As Pandemic Situation Worsens, Pence Paints Deceptively Rosy Picture; U.S. States Sound Alarm amid Record Cases; U.S. Travelers Unlikely to be Allowed into E.U.; Florida Governor Will "Trust People to Make Good Decisions" on Masks as Cases Hit Record High; F1 Star Lewis Hamilton Launches Commission on Motorsport Inequality; Trump Administration Has No Plans To Expedite Harriet Tubman on the $20 Bill. Aired 5-6a ET
• Vice President Pence and Members of Coronavirus Task Force Hold Press Conference; Cases of Coronavirus Continue to Rise in Florida and Texas; European Union May Ban Travel from U.S. Due to Coronavirus Concerns; Former Education Secretary Arne Duncan Interviewed on Changing Education Practices Due to Coronavirus; Report States Russian Units Offered Taliban-Linked Militants Bounties to Kill U.S. and NATO Troops in Afghanistan; Roger Stone Sends Instagram Message Implying He Expects Presidential Pardon; Democratic Presidential Candidate Joe Biden Leading President Trump in Polls on Who Best Would Handle Coronavirus Pandemic. Aired 10-11a ET
• U.S. Records Largest Single-Day Increase In Coronavirus Cases; Vice President Pence And Members Of Coronavirus Task Force Hold Press Conference; Mayor Of Miami-Dade County, Carlos Gimenez Is Interviewed On Steps Taken To Deal With Spike In Coronavirus Cases In Florida; European Union May Ban Travel From U.S. Due To Coronavirus Concerns; CDC Survey Suggests Total Number Of Coronavirus Cases Six To 24 Times Greater Than Current Levels; Texas Governor: Bars In State Reopened Too Early. Aired 2-3p ET
• More Than Half Of U.S. States See Increase In COVID-19 Cases; Varied, Confusing Mask Rules Could Be Lethal; Florida Sets New Daily Record With 9,500 New COVID-19 Cases; Rising Infections In Young People Put Everyone In Danger; Sixteen NBA Players Test Positive For COVID-19; Giant Saharan Dust Plume Lands In The U.S.; Bill To Make D.C. The Nation's 51st State. Aired 11a-12p ET
• Florida Sets New Daily Record With 9,585 New COVID Cases; Business Forced To Close As Crowds Flock To Florida's Panhandle; Texas More Than Half Of U.S. States See Increase In COVID-19 Cases; Parents Express Mixed Feelings About Kids Returning To School; Rep. Ted Lieu (D-CA) Is Interviewed About U.S. Fighter Jets Intercepting Russian Military Aircraft Near Alaska; Cases In Latin America Triple In Past Month, Two-Million-Plus Infections. Aired 12-1p ET
• Experts Say, Varied, Confusing Mask Rules Could Be Lethal; U.S. Case Count Rises By 45,000, Highest Single-Day Total To Date; Disneyland Workers Protest Against Park Reopening; Pence Pressed On Wisdom Of Holding Campaign Events As Cases Surge; Trump Unable To Name Second-Term Priorities During Fox Interview; New Polls: Biden Building Lead In Swing States Trump Won In 2016; E.U. Considers Ban On American Visitors. Aired 3-4p ET
• CDC Survey: Number Of Cases May Be Six To 24 Times More Than Actually Reported; Florida Sets New Daily Record with 9,500-Plus New Cases Reported; Trump Campaign Postpones Pence's Events In Florida And Arizona; NYT: Russia Offered Afghanistan Militants Bounties To Kill U.S. Troops; Former Education Secretary Arne Duncan Calls Out Trump Administration On Coronavirus Response; NASCAR Releases Photo Of Noose Found In Bubba Wallace's Garage. Aired 4-5p ET
• CDC Survey: Number Of COVID-19 Cases May Be Six To 24 Times Greater Than Actually Reported; Florida Governor Ron DeSantis Won't Mandate Wearing Masks Despite Record Cases; Mike Pence Claims U.S. In "Much Better Place" On Coronavirus, As Daily Infections Soar & States Pause Reopenings; Dr. Anthony Fauci: Rising Infections In Young People Put Everyone In Danger; Russia Offered Afghanistan Militants Bounties To Kill U.S. & U.K. Troops. Aired 5-6p ET
• Interview With Rep. Charlie Crist (D-FL); Florida Reports 9,500 Plus Cases, A New Single Day High; The Lone Star State's Reopening Plan Is In Limbo. Aired 6-7p ET
• Florida Sets New Daily Record With 9,585 New COVID-19 Cases; Pence Says The U.S. Is Opening Safely And Responsibly Even As Cases Surge In Many Cases; Houston Area Officially Raises COVID Threat To Highest Level. Aired 1-2p ET


June 26, 2020
• Did Not Air 2-3a ET
• Coronavirus Far from Giving U.S. a Break; U.N.'s List That United States Don't Wish to be Included; Straightforward Message from Formula One's Boss; COVID Cases in Middle East Rising Up; Coronavirus Pandemic; President Trump Facing Multiple Crisis Amid Reelection Campaign; Race For The White House; U.S. Democrat Joe Biden Leads Trump In Several New Polls; Almost 500 New Cases In Food And Meat Processing Plant In The United Kingdom; Two-Year Ebola Outbreak In Eastern Congo Declared Over; WHO, Coronavirus Cases Across Africa Are On The Rise; New Details In Madeleine McCann Case; English Premiere League Champions; Liverpool Win English Title For The First Time In 30 Years. Aired 3-4a ET
• Infections Rise in 31 U.S. States; CDC: U.S. Infection Rate May Be 10 Times Higher; U.K. City Declares major Incident Over Packed Beach; Liverpool Win First Ever English Premier League Title; Former Formula One Boss Speaks Out about Race Relations in the Sport; Brazil Reports More Than 39,000 New COVID-19 Cases; Nurse in Peruvian Village Fights COVID-19 Alone; Texas Reports Nearly 6,000 New Cases Thursday; Trump Refuses to Wear Mask Despite COVID Threat; Belgium Confronts Elements from Its Past. Aired 12-1a ET
• U.S. Hits Highest Single Day of New Cases, 40,000; California, Florida, Texas Report Record Spikes; Some Americans Resistant to Wearing Face Masks; Trump Facing Multiple Crises Amid Reelection Campaign; U.S. Democrat Joe Biden Leads Trump in Several New Polls. Aired 4-4:30a ET
• New Infections Rise In 31 U.S. States; Coronavirus Task Force To Resume; Resurgence Of COVID In Europe - From Risk To Reality; Crowds Overwhelm British Beach Town in Major Incident; White Supremacists Use App To Target BLM Protestors; More than 100,000 COVID-19 Deaths Across Latin America; Texas Slammed with Record-High Case Numbers; Trump Refuses to Wear Mask Despite COVID Threat; U.S. Economists Worried about Virus Resurgence; German Prosecutors Build Case against Murder Suspect; Liverpool Win First Ever English Premier League Title. Aired 1-2a ET
• U.S. Sees Highest Single Day Of New COVID-19 Cases; California, Texas And Florida Set Records For New Infections; White House Task Force Holds First Public Briefing In Nearly Two Months. Aired 10- 10:30a ET
• Cases Rise in Texas and Young People are Getting Sick; California Sees Alarming Rise in New Infections; U.S. Stocks Rise Despite 1.5 Million New Jobless Claims; Crowds Flock to U.K. Beach on Hottest Day Despite COVID-19; New Cases in Australia Cause Economic Concern; Liverpool Win English Title for First Time in 30 Years. Aired 4:30-5a ET
• U.S. Sees Highest Single Day of New COVID-19 Cases; California, Texas and Florida Set Records for New Infections; Trump Administration Asks Supreme Court to Strike Down Obamacare; U.S. Sees Highest Single Day of New COVID-19 Cases; CDC: Pregnant Women with COVID-19 Have Higher Risk of Being Admitted to ICU; Texas Governor Pauses Reopening Plans Amid Spike in COVID-19 Cases. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• Rep. Vicente Gonzalez (D-TX) is Interviewed about Reopening Texas; Europe Weighs Reopening; Mideast Countries Experience Spike; Brazilian Cities Ease Restrictions; Calls for Diversity in Corporate America. Aired 9:30-10a
• Interview With Mayor of Miami-Dade County, Florida, Carlos Gimenez; Coronavirus Task Force Holds Rare Briefing. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• Trump Administration Moves to Eliminate Affordable Care Act; Interview with Tucson Mayor Regina Romero; Rising Coronavirus Cases in Florida Set to Impact Tourism. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• Texas Governor Issues New Restrictions As Cases Spike; WH Task Force Holds COVID-19 Briefing Amid Surging Cases. Aired 12:30-1p ET
• Florida Breaks Single-Day Record with 8,942 New Cases; Dr. Amesh Adalja Discusses COVID-19 Surges Across the U.S., Trump Dismissing Coronavirus Testing, Fauci Suggesting New Test Approach; Dr. Rany Condos Discusses Her Comparison of Long-Term Health Effects of COVID-19 to Long-Term Health Effects of 9/11; Trump Administrations Asks Supreme Court to Strike Down Obamacare Amid Pandemic. Aired 11- 11:30a ET
• White House Task Force Holds COVID-19 Briefing Amid Surging Cases; Pence To Travel To States Hit Hard By Coronavirus Next Week. Aired 1-1:30p ET
• Houston Area Raises Response Level to Most Severe; Texas Governor Issues New Restrictions as Cases Spike; Utah Health Official Says State May Need Complete Shutdown; Trump Administration Fights to End Obamacare as Pandemic Rages; New Jersey Woman Suffers COVID Symptoms More Than Three Months. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• White House Coronavirus Task Force Issues First Briefing in Two Months; Eleven U.S. States Have Halted or Reversed Reopening; Interview with Houston Health Department Doctor David Persse. Aired 2- 2:30p ET
• Trump Administrations Asks Supreme Court to Strike Down Obamacare Amid Pandemic; Trump on Mail-In Ballots: "It's the Biggest Risk We Have"; California Smashes Previous Record of New Cases in Single Day; Tony Thurmond, California State Superintendent of Public Instruction, Discusses Challenges in Reopening Schools; Updates on the Coronavirus Response Around the World; Verizon Pulls Ads from Facebook over Inaction on Hate Speech; Facebook Puts Graphic Warning Label on GOP Video Shared By Trump. Aired 11:30a-12p ET
• U.S. Reports Highest Single Day Increase In COVID-19 Infections; Fauci Suggest New Testing Strategy: "Something's Not Working"; Polls: Trump Losing Against Biden In Key 2020 Battlegrounds; Trump Gives Nonanswer When Asked About 2nd Term; Trump Goes After Biden, Saying He Can't Speak; Players From Several MLB Teams Test Positive As Season Nears. Aired 12-12:30a ET
• Trump Administrations Asks Supreme Court to Strike Down Obamacare Amid Pandemic; Colorado Governor Appoints Special Prosecutor to Investigate 2019 Death of Elijah McClain While in Police Custody; CNN's Jake Tapper's Film, "The Outpost," Hitting the Big Screen. Aired 2:30-3p ET
• White House Coronavirus Task Force Press Conference. Aired 1:30-2p ET


June 25, 2020
• U.S. Not Having a Break From COVID-19 Cases; President Trump Criticized for Failed Leadership; Europe Looking to ban U.S. Citizens from Entering E.U.; Coronavirus Pandemic; Qantas Cuts 6,000 Jobs As Part Of Three Year Recovery Plan; U.S. Stocks Post Sharpest Losses In Almost Two Weeks; United States Expected To Release Latest Jobs Report; John Bolton On President Trump's Pandemic Response; President Trump Hosts Polish President At White House; Trump Has Not Met With Top Health Officials In Weeks; E.U. May Ban American Travelers As It Reopens Borders; Trump Refers To Covid-19 As Kung Flu; Trump Plans To Slash U.S. Troop Presence In Germany; Bolton's Explosive Revelations; America In Crisis, Three Men Indicted In The Killing Of Ahmaud Arbery; Trump To Post Marshals To Protect Monuments From Protesters; Artist Offers To Cover Up Racist Tattoos For Free; Russians Begin Voting On Putin's Controversial Reforms; Parisian Landmark Reopens; Eiffel Tower Reopens With Strict Virus Restrictions. Aired 3-4a ET
• U.S. Cases Surge to highest One-Day Level Since April; 26 States Seeing an Increase in Cases During Past Week; Health Experts, Officials Speak Out on Importance of Masks; EU May Consider Ban on Travelers from the U.S.; Brazil Cases Soar, Posting Record Spike; U.S. Stocks Post Sharpest Losses in Almost Two Weeks; Suspects Indicted Over Shooting Death of Ahmaud Arbery. Aired 4-4:30a ET
• California, Texas And Florida Set Records For New Infections; Dozens Of Secret Service Agents Quarantining After Tulsa Rally; House Democrats Set To Pass Policing Reform Bill. Aired 10-10:30a ET
• oronavirus Rebound: Restrictions Return to the U.S; Latin America Surpasses Two Million Coronavirus Infections; India Brace for a Tsunami of Coronavirus Cases; Stocks Plunge Wednesday in Dismal Wall Street Closing; California Reports Record 7,000+ New Cases; Bolton: Trump Turned Blind Eye at Onset of Pandemic; Trump Says He Considered Not Shutting Down Economy; NYT Poll Shows Double-Digit Lead for Biden over Trump. Australian Airline Qantas Cutting 6,000 Jobs; New Video of Palestinian Driver Killed at Israeli Checkpoint; Eiffel Tower Reopens after Longest Closure since WWII. Aired 1-2a ET
• U.S. Coronavirus Cases Soar; Blame Game on Police Reform; David A. Thomas, Morehouse President, Offers Advice for Protesters; U.S. Coronavirus Numbers Continue to Grow; NYT Poll Shows Double-Digit Lead for Biden; Sailors Stuck at Sea as Borders Close; Eiffel Tower Reopens after Longest Closure Since World War II. Aired 12-1a ET
• California, Texas and Florida Hit Highest One-Day Spikes; EU May Ban American Travelers as It Reopens Borders; Eiffel Tower Reopens After Longest Closure Since World War II; New "New York Times" Poll Shows Double-Digit Lead for Biden Over Trump; Russians Begin Voting on Putin's Controversial Reforms; Tattoo Artists Help cover Hate Symbols for Free. Aired 4:30-5a ET
• Did Not Air 3-4p ET
• Gun Violence on the Rise; Younger People Testing Positive for Coronavirus; Anti-Poverty Organization Helps Amid Covid-19; Florida Sets Record for New Infections. Aired 9:30-10a
• COVID-19 Surges Across the United States; Dozens of Secret Service Agents Quarantining After Tulsa Rally; New Model: Wearing Masks Could Save Over 30,000 Lives; Coronavirus Cases Hit Record Highs in 3 Most Populated U.S. States. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• Arkansas Among States Seeing Highest Number Of New Cases Per Capita; NFL Postpones Hall Of Fame Weekend Until 2021; Supreme Court Rules Rejected Asylum Seekers Cannot Challenge Removal In Court. Aired 12:30-1p ET
• Interview with Rep. Mike Braun (R-IN); Colorado to Re-Examine Elijah McClain Chokehold Case; NASA to Rename Headquarters After Mary Jackson. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• U.S. Cases Surge To Highest One-Day Level Since April; Mexican Officials: Triplets Born With COVID-19 Now Stable; Court Orders Judge To Drop Cases Against Michael Flynn. Aired 2-3a ET
• Texas to Pause Reopening; Interview with Palm Beach County State Attorney Dave Aronberg; NFL Hall of Fame Weekend Postponed. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• Florida Records 5,000+ New Cases in 24-Hour Period; Cases Declining in Blue States, Sharply Rising in Red States; Dr. Jeffrey Morris Discusses Troubling Hotspots in Coronavirus Surge in 3 States; More Young People Testing Positive for Coronavirus; Trump Lays Wreath at Korean War Veterans Memorial; GAO Report Shows National Stockpile Not Properly Equipped. Aired 11-11:30a ET
• House to Vote on Democrats' Police Reform Bill; Polls: Trump Trails Biden in 6 Battleground States; Nearly 1.5 Million More Americans Filed 1st-Time Unemployment Claims Last Week; White House Economic Advisor Says He Expects Shutdowns in Some Places. Aired 11:30a-12p ET
• U.S. Nears 2.4 Million Cases, 122,000 Deaths; COVID-19 Surges Across Much Of U.S.; TX Gov. Greg Abbott Suspends Further Reopening As Cases Surge; Fauci On Masks: Forget The Politics, Look At The Data; Trump Visits Wisconsin Amid Dropping Poll Numbers; Multiple Trump Campaign Staffers Quarantining After Tulsa Rally; Bolton Says Trump Turned "A Blind Eye" To Coronavirus Pandemic; 1.48 Million File First- Time Unemployment Claims; Another Stimulus Plan Could Include More Individual Checks; Biden Focusing On Health Care In Pennsylvania Stop. Aired 12-12:30p ET
• Apocalyptic Virus Surges Feared In Major U.S. Cities; CDC Says, For Every Coronavirus Infection Detected, Ten Others Undiagnosed; Texas Governor Halts Further Reopening As Cases Soar. Aired 1-1:30p ET
• Dr. Dave Montgomery Discusses New Study Showing Protests Did Not Spark Coronavirus Outbreaks; Face Masks Required at Trump Town Hall as He Refuses Them; CDC Warning Coronavirus Has Moved to Younger Populations Across U.S. Interview with Grammy Award-Winning Singer, Richard Marx. Aired 1:30-2p ET
• Dr. Tanya Altmann Discusses Harvard Expert Saying Worse to Keep Schools Closed Than Open Safely; Nevada Governor Makes Face Masks Mandatory; California A.G., Xavier Becerra, Discusses Trump Administration Filing Papers Today to Overturn Obamacare, Surges in Coronavirus Cases; Chicago Deploys Social Distancing Ambassadors; Trump Accusing Black Lives Matter Leader of Sedition; Update on Coronavirus Response Around the World. Aired 2:30-3p ET


June 24, 2020
• President Trump Rowing the Opposite Way; E.U. Ban Other Countries from Entering; China Acted Aggressively After New Virus Outbreak; Russia Celebrates 75th Anniversary of Victory; Coronavirus Pandemic; Inside One OF China's Biggest Testing Centers; Anxiety In The U.K. As Restrictions Ease; U.K. Medical Professionals Warn Of Second Wave; Prime Minister Netanyahu, National Hibernation Is Ending In England; IMF Expected To Slash Growth Forecasts; Investors Sink $20 Billion Into UAE Pipeline Assets; White Lives Matter Banner Rocks Premiere League; Djokovic Test Positive For Covid-19; U.K. Police, White Lives Matter Flyover Banner Was Legal; Burnley Club, Racist Fans Behind White Lives Matter Banner; Israel's Plans For West Bank Annexation; United Nations Security Council To Discuss Israeli Annexation Plan. Aired 3-4a ET
• Trump Holds Event in Arizona Despite Record COVID-19 Cases; U.S. Cases Surge; Coronavirus Infecting Younger Population; Judge Orders President Jair Bolsonaro to Wear a Face Mask; Rayshard Brooks Laid to Rest; Djokovic Tests Positive for COVID-19; Trump Visits Arizona Amid Surging Virus Cases, Deaths; Debunking Trump's False Claims on Mail-in Voting; Beijing Reports 7 New Coronavirus Cases Tuesday; University Hopes Testing Will Allow Safe Fall Return. Aired 12-1a ET
• Doctor Says Pandemic Is "Spiraling out of Control"; American Travelers May Be Barred from Visiting Europe; Trump Holds Event in Arizona Despite Record COVID-19 Cases; Inside a Mass COVID-19 Testing Site in Beijing; Israeli Army to Step Up Preparations in West Bank ahead of Possible Annexation; Rayshard Brooks Laid to Rest; European Union Considers Barring U.S. Travelers; Brazilian Judge Orders Bolsonaro To Use Face Mask; Russia Marks 75th Anniversary Of Victory Day. Aired 2-3a ET
• Trump Rallies as U.S. COVID Cases Surge; Fauci Says None of Us Have Been Told to Slow Down Testing; Infections Number are Surging in 25 U.S. States; Trump Uses Racist Term to Refer to Virus Again; EU Considers Barring Visitors from U.S.; Brazilian Judge Orders Bolsonaro to Wear Mask; FBI Says Rope Was Not a Racist Message to Race Car Driver; Hundreds Gather for Rayshard Brooks' Funeral. Aired 4-4:30a ET
• 26 States Report Increases In Coronavirus Cases; Appeals Court Orders Judge To Dismiss Michael Flynn Case; Police Officer Involved In Breonna Taylor's Death Fired. Aired 10-10:30a ET
• Next Two Weeks In The U.S. Will Be Critical To Control Coronavirus; The E.U. May Bar American Travelers From Visiting Europe; Brazil And Mexico Report Staggering Upturn In COVID Cases; Trump Seeks Arizona Boost after Tulsa Rally Fizzles; Debunking Trump's False Claims on Mail-in Voting; IMF Expected to Slash Growth Forecasts; Russia Marks 75th Anniversary of Victory Day; Anger Over "White Lives Matter" Banner at Football Match. Aired 1-2a ET
• Djokovic Tests Positive for COVID-19 After Hosting Tournament; Russia Marks 75th Anniversary of Victory Day; Voting Briefly Extended in Kentucky Senate Primary; Pandemic, Protests Reshape U.S. Political Races; Trump Makes Unfounded Claims About Mail-In Voting; Inside One of China's Biggest Testing Sites. Aired 4:30-5a ET
• EU Considers Banning U.S. Travelers; Beijing's Biggest Testing Sites; Bowman Makes Push to Oust Engel; Primary Race in Kentucky Yet to be Called; Newcomer Beats Trump's Pick in North Carolina; Wallace Not Target of Hate Crime; MLB Returns Next Month. Aired 9:30-10a
• Wisconsin Protests; Did Roger Stone Receive Special Treatment?; Mandatory Quarantine For Some Travelers?. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• Appeals Court Orders Judge to Dismiss Flynn Case; Florida Breaks Daily Record, Adding 5,500+ New Coronavirus Cases; New Poll Shows Trump Trailing Biden by Double Digits; Last Night's Primaries Send Message to Trump & Pelosi. Aired 11-11:30a ET
• Top WH Task Force Experts Have Not Spoken To Trump In Weeks; Baseball To Start 60-Game Season In Late July; Senate Dems Block Debate On GOP Police Reform Bill. Aired 12:30-1p ET
• Interview with Sen. Ben Cardin (D-MD); Interview with FDNY EMS Lieutenant Anthony Almojera; FBI Concludes Bubba Wallace Not Hate Crime Target. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• Texas Governor Says Safest Place is at Home; Miami Newspaper Reports Younger People Getting Sick; 26 States Report Increases in Coronavirus Cases; Prosecutors Accuse Barr, DOJ of Politicizing Investigations; Senate Democrats to Block GOP Police Reform Bill; Jon Stewart: Building Black Equity is Our Generation's Challenge. Aired 9- 9:30a ET
• NY Governor Cuomo Gives Update on Coronavirus Response; New Jersey & Connecticut Governors Join Cuomo Press Conference on COVID-19 Travel Advisory; Dr. Saju Matthew Discusses NY, NJ, CT Travel Advisory from Specific States; Grim Economic Forecast from IMF. Aired 11:30a- 12p ET
• Statues Toppled, State Senator Assaulted in Wisconsin Protests; Colorado Woman Tests Positive for COVID-19 Twice; Three Defendant in Ahmaud Arbery Case Indicted on Murder Charges; Trump Holds Joint News Conference with President of Poland. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• New York, New Jersey, Connecticut Announce 14-Day Quarantine for Some Travelers; Palm Beach County Makes Masks Mandatory; California Reports Highest Single-Day New Coronavirus Cases. Aired 2- 2:30p ET
• Ex-Stone Prosecutor: Roger Stone Got Favorable Treatment Because Of Relationship With Trump; Florid Breaks Daily Record, Adding 5,500-Plus New Coronavirus Cases; Coronavirus Infections Rising In 26 U.S. States; Appeals Court Orders Judge To Dismiss Flynn Case; Biden Builds Strong Lead In Key Voting Groups; Procedural Vote On GOP's Police Reform Bill. Aired 12-12:30p ET
• New York, New Jersey, Connecticut Announce 14-Day Quarantine For Hot Spot Visitors; Prosecutor Testifies On DOJ Handling Of Roger Stone Case; Doctors Warn Virus In U.S. Is Spiraling Out Of Control. Aired 1-1:30p ET
• Lies & Racism: Trump's Divisive Campaign Strategy Crystallizes; Interview With Former Senior Advisor To President Obama, Valerie Jarrett; Rep. Sylvia Garcia (D-TX) Discusses Fury Over Trump Pulling Federal Funds For Some Testing Sites, Trump Wanting To Reduce Testing To Decrease Case Numbers. Aired 1:30-2p ET
• Rapper Artist, Raz Simone, Discusses Seattle Mayor Calling On Protesters To Leave Autonomous Zone; Washington, D.C. & Wisconsin Call In National Guard To Protect Statues; High School Student Athlete Refuses To Wear Jersey Until School Name Is Changed; Trump's Administration Debunks His Claim The Obama Administration Left "No Ventilators". Aired 2:30-3p ET


June 23, 2020
• America In Crisis, Tensions High After Atlanta Police Charged In Fatal Shooting; President Trump Threatens Protesters With 10 Years In Prison; Fight Over Historical Monuments Expands Across United States; White Lives Matter Banner Flies Over U.K. Stadium; NASCAR Drivers, Crew Show Support For Bubba Wallace; NASCAR Investigating Noose Found In Restricted Area; World Reacts To CNN Poll Showing U.K. Racial Divide; President Trump Extends Limits On Some U.S. Work Visas; Trump Moves To Calm Worries Over China Trade Deal; IMF, 2020 Recessions Will Be Deeper; Saudis Dodge Missile Attacks From Yemen; Coronavirus Pandemic, Outbreak In Germany Centers Around Meatpacking Plant; Saudis Say Hajj To Begin With Limited Numbers; President Trump Don't Mind Health Officials Warning; Brazil Opens Up Economy Amid Rising Cases; South Korea Now Facing a Second Wave; India's Easing of Restrictions Went Wrong. Aired 3-4a ET
• Experts Warn Florida Could Be Next U.S. Epicenter; COVID-19 Cases Up in 23 U.S. States as Death Toll Tops 120,000; Eight Trump Staffers Test Positive After Tulsa Rally; White House Defends Trump's Use of Racist Term for Virus; Trump, White House Waffle on Testing Slowdown; Mexicans Say Reopening Economy is Risky but Necessary; South Korea Says Second Wave of Outbreak Underway; England to See Further Easing of Lockdown. Aired 4-4:30a ET
• Trump Travels To Arizona For Events As State Sees Rise In Cases; Trump To Visit Border Wall Segment, Speak To Students In Phoenix. Aired 10-10:30a ET
• Alarming Rise in New Coronavirus Cases Across The U.S.; Trump Administration In Denial As Pandemic Spreads; Coronavirus Outbreak in Latin America Now Rivals Europe's; NASCAR Shows Support For Bubba Wallace; India Records 100,000 New Cases in 8 Days; Virus Outbreak in Germany Centers Around Meatpacking Plant; Global Artists Come Together for 'I'm Standing with You'; Trump Criticized for Racist Term, Comments on Testing; Kentucky to Hold Primary Tuesday. Aired 12-1a ET
• Trump Threatens Protesters with 10 Years in Prison; Rayshard Brooks Honored at Historic Church; NASCAR Drivers, Crew Show Support for Bubba Wallace; U.K. Prime Minister Office Asked About CNN Race Polling; Saudis Say Hajj to Begin with Limited Numbers; Tributes Paid to Victims in U.K. Terror Incident; Lockdown Breathes New Life Into Day Trading. Aired 4:30-5a ET
• Coronavirus Cases Worldwide Top Nine Million; Experts Sound The Alarm As Coronavirus Cases Rise In 23 States; Brazil And Mexico COVID- 19 Death Tolls; Germany And South Korea Experience Outbreaks; History Acknowledged Or History Erased: The Monument Wars In The U.S.; British Government Warns Of Lone Wolf Terrorist Attacks; Trump Criticized for Comments about Fewer COVID-19 Tests; Stocks Recover after Navarro's China Comments; NASCAR Supports Bubba Wallace in Pre- Race Show of Force. Global Artists Come Together for "I'm Standing with You". Aired 1-2a ET
• South Korea Says Second Wave of COVID-19 is Underway; Coronavirus Cases Spike around the World; Coronavirus Outbreak in Latin America Now Rivals Europe's; Trump Extends Limits On Some Work Visas Through 2020; EPL and Burnley Football Club Condemns "White Lives Matter" Banner; India Records 100,000+ New Cases In Eight Days; President To Address "Students For Trump" Rally In Arizona; Outbreak In Germany Centers Around Meatpacking Plant. Aired 2-3a ET
• Soon, Congressional Hearing with Top Health Officials; Health Experts Warn Florida Could Become Next Epicenter; 25 States Report Rising Coronavirus Cases; Harris County Judge Lina Hidalgo Discusses the Surge in Coronavirus Cases in Texas, Experts' Warnings on Houston/Harris County; Trump Threatens Force Against Citizens, Vows to Protect Statues; Trump Says He Wasn't Kidding When He Told Officials to Slow Coronavirus Testing, Contact Tracing; 4 Top Trump Administration Health Officials Testify in House Hearing on Coronavirus Response. Aired 11-11:30a ET
• Friends and Family Honor Rayshard Brooks; Dr. Fauci Warns of Coronavirus Surge. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• Feds Investigating Noose in Nascar Garage; Former Nascar Driver Speaks of Changes; Stock Rise after China Clarification; Tennis Star Tests Positive for Covid-19; Reshaping Kentucky's Senate Primary. Aired 9:30-10a
• Fauci: Seeing A "Disturbing Surge" In Infections In Parts Of Nation. Aired 12:30-1p ET
• NASCAR Support for Bubba Wallace Heartens Crews; U.C. San Diego Prepares to Test All Students; Interview with NBA All-Star David Robinson. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• States Seeing Rise in Cases as Restrictions are Lifted; Anthony Fauci, CDC Director to Testify at House Oversight Hearing on Coronavirus Response; Trump Admin Racing to Replenish Stockpile Amid Second Wave Fears. President Trump Set to Travel to Arizona for Next Campaign Rally After Tulsa; Bubba Wallace Gets Huge Show of Support from NASCAR Drivers; Dow Set to Rise After Navarro Clarifies China's Trade Deal Remarks. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• 4 Top Trump Administration Health Officials Testify in House Hearing on Coronavirus Response. Aired 11:30a-12p ET
• Ex-Mueller Deputy Says, Highest Levels of Justice Department Pressured Acting U.S. Attorney to Ease Up on Roger Stone Sentence; Tennis Star on Controversial Tennis Event He Organized, We Were Wrong and It Was Too Soon; MLB Players Have Until 5 P.M. to Agree to Terms Of 60 Game Season; Arizona Chef Goes Back to Takeout Over Health Concerns; Twitter Puts Warning on Trump Tweet. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• Anthony Fauci Defends Early Mask Policy; Confusion Mounts over President Trump's Stated Testing Slowdown; Trump to Issue Jail Time Executive Order Punishing Statue Toppling. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• Top-Ranked Tennis Star Novak Djokovic & Wife Test Positive; Funeral Service for Rayshard Brooks, Killed By Atlanta Police; Pennsylvania Supreme Courts Allows Bill Cosby to Appeal 2 issues in Sexual Assault Convictions; Bolton: "Maybe" a Mistake I Didn't Confront Trump about his Conduct. Aired 1:30-2p ET
• Nation's Top Health Experts Testify On Coronavirus Pandemic; Dr. Anthony Fauci: Next Two Weeks "Critical" As Number Of Cases Surge; Dr. Anthony Fauci: Yes, Institutional Racism Factors Into Higher Rate Of Serious Complications And Death Among Minorities; Dr. Anthony Fauci: Seeing A Disturbing Surge In Infections In Parts Of Nation; Dr. Anthony Fauci: Going To Be Doing More Testing, Not Less. Aired 12- 12:30p ET
• Nation's Top Health Experts Testify On Coronavirus Pandemic; Trump In Arizona Today As State Sets New Record For Coronavirus Cases, Deaths. Aired 1-1:30p ET
• California Sees Another Daily Record With 5,000 New Cases; Minneapolis Police Union Chief: We Are Becoming Scapegoats; Seattle Mayor: Time For Protesters To Leave Autonomous Zone; E.U. Could Bar Americans From Entering Member Countries Due To High Virus Cases In U.S. Aired 2:30-3p ET


June 22, 2020
• Trump to Hold Events in Arizona Despite COVID-19 Outbreak; White House Prepares for 2nd Wave Though First Not Over; Beijing Increases Screening Capacity to Almost a Million Daily; Poll Reveals Racial Divide in U.K.; Nurse Only One Fighting COVID-19 in Peruvian Village; NASCAR Back on Track for First Time Since Confederate Flag Ban. Aired 12-1a ET
• Division Among Races in the U.K. is Extraordinary; Systemic Racism Palpable Around the Globe; Stock Markets Fears Second Wave of Coronavirus; Attendees Count Did Not Please President Trump; John Bolton's Book Finally Released; WHO Reports Record High COVID infections; China's Overall Coronavirus Cases Drops. Aired 3-4a ET
• CNN Polling Uncovers Major Racial Divisions In U.K.; Libyan National Arrested For Terror Incident In U.K.; Beijing's Outbreak Complicates China's Economic Recovery; Trump's Low Turnout Rally Being Defended by Supporters; White House Calls it Tongue in Cheek on Slowing Down Testing; White House Preparing for Coronavirus Second Wave; Bolton's Tell-All to be Published on Tuesday; China Reveals Blueprint for Hong Kong's Security Law; A Latino Teen Killed by Police in Compton, California; Atlanta District Attorney Criticized on Rayshard Brooks' Case; Racism and Being Black in the United Kingdom. Aired 2-3a ET
• White House on Defense After Trump Rally Fizzles; Trump Rally Planned in Arizona Despite Rising COVID Cases; White House Defend Trump Comments About Slowing Down COVID Tests; Bolton's Explosive Book to Be Published Tuesday; NYPD Officer Suspended After Apparent Chokehold Incident; Libyan National Arrested for Terror Attack in U.K. Aired 4-4:30a ET
• Nearly Half Of U.S. States Reporting Rise In New Virus Cases; NASCAR Investigating Noose Found In Bubba Wallace's Garage; Bolton Says He Hopes Trump Is A One-Term President. Aired 10-10:30a ET
• Trump Faces Increasing Criticism Over Coronavirus Response; Campaign Rally In Tulsa Fails to Meet Attendance Predictions; Phoenix To Host Trump's Rally On Tuesday; US Experiences 15 Percent Nationwide Increase In Coronavirus Cases; Need for COVID Safety Measures To Be Endorsed By Top Government; Bolton Claims North Korean Threat Heightened Since Trump Took Office; Protesters in the U.S. Continue to Rally for Racial Justice; Author: Racism in U.K. has Deep Historical Roots; Virus Continues Global Spread, Threatens Economies; Latin America Struggles to Slow Spread of Virus. Aired 1-2a ET
• CNN Poll Reveal Race Divide in U.K.; Tennis Star Dimitrov Test Positive for COVID-19; Confronting Racism in the U.K. Aired 4:30-5a ET
• Florida Sees New Covid Cases; Bolton Hopes Trump's a One-Term President; Black-Owned Business Struggle in Pandemic; Gov. Andrew Cuomo (D-NY) is Interviewed about Opening the City. Aired 9:30-10a
• Details From John Bolton's Book Are Out; New York City Enters Phase Two Reopening; Interview with Sen. Sherrod Brown (D-OH). Aired 10:30-11a ET
• NASCAR Investigates Noose; Did President Trump Ask For Slowdown in Coronavirus Testing?. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• Justice Dept. Investigating Noose Found In Bubba Wallace's Garage; Trump: "Slow The Testing Down", Adviser Says He Was "Kidding"; Nearly 40% Of Black-Owned Businesses On Brink Of Closure. Aired 12:30- 1p ET
• Nearly Half of U.S. States Reporting Rise in New Coronavirus Cases; Florida Governor Now Backing Down Comments on Testing; NASCAR Investigating Noose Found in Bubba Wallace's Garage; Trump Fires Top Federal Prosecutor Who Investigated His Allies; Florida Sees Alarming Number of COVID-19 Cases. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• White House Stands By Kung Flu Nomenclature; Interview with Jazz Trombonist Ron Wilkins; NASCAR Stands With Driver Bubba Wallace After Noose Discovery. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• Now Public Viewing Underway for Rayshard Brooks; NYPD Suspends Officer for Using Chokehold on Black Man; Corporate America Responds to Calls for Racial Justice; Two More Trump Campaign Staffers Positive for COVID. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• Bolton: I hope Trump is 'One-Term President"; Florida Surpasses 100,000 total Coronavirus Cases; Trump: Testing "Makes Us Look Like We Have More Cases"; Trump Upset by Empty Seats at Tulsa Rally; U.S. Attorney Ousted after Initially Defying Barr; John Bolton: "I'm Talking Now Because Democrats Have "The Political Understanding" to Succeed on Impeachment; U.S. Coronavirus Death Toll Approaches 120,000 as Cases Rise Dr. Zeke Emanuel Says Trump Administration Did not Understand Scope of Coronavirus Challenge. Aired 11-11:30a ET
• Sen. John Barrasso (R-WY) Discusses Key Votes Expected On Police Reform, Allegations In Bolton Book, Mail-In Ballots; NASCAR Investigates Noose Found In Garage Of Bubba Wallace; Coronavirus Updates From Around The World; Mortgage Delinquencies Hit Highest Level Since 2011. Aired 11:30a-12p ET
• Mortgage Delinquencies Hit Highest Rate Since 2011; Ten States Record Seven-Day Average Of New Infections; Trump Aides Debate Size And Look Of Rallies After Tulsa Debacle; Official: CDC To Update Its Mask Recommendations "Soon"; Ford Restarts Full Production Today, Two Weeks Ahead Of Schedule. Aired 12-12:30p ET
• Nearly Half Of U.S. States Are Reporting A Rise In Cases; NASCAR Investigating Noose Found In Black Driver's Garage; Trump Fires Powerful Prosecutor Investigating His Inner Circle. Aired 1-1:30p ET
• Despite Denials, Trump Seething Over Rally Turnout; Interview With Tim Murtaugh, Trump 2020 Campaign Communications Director; NBA Testing New Coronavirus Test, A Ring Called The Aura; D.L. Hughley Collapses On Stage & Diagnosed With Coronavirus; Sports League Seasons On Hold As More And More Players Test Positive. Aired 2:30-3p ET
• Interview With Sen. Mazie Hirono (D-HI); Tattoo Parlor Artist To Remove Racist, Gang Symbols For Free; NYPD Suspends Officer For "Disturbing" Chokehold On Black Man; White House Denies Trump Used Racial Slur After He Used Racial Slur On Coronavirus. Aired 1:30-2p ET


June 21, 2020
• Trump's Return to the Campaign Trail Goes from Bad to Worse; Trump Wanted Testing Slowed Down, Used Racist Term for Coronavirus; Six Trump Campaign Staffers Working on Tulsa Rally Test Positive for Coronavirus; Firing of Powerful New York Prosecutor Appears to Be Latest Move to Protect Trump; More Atlanta Police Calling Out Sick; Shooting in Seattle Protest Zone Leaves One Dead; U.N. Warns Aid Flights Could Be Grounded; Parisian Chefs Adapt to Welcome Diners. Aired 12-1a ET
• Trump's Return to the Campaign Trail Goes from Bad to Worse; Rally Attendees Address Coronavirus Risk; Spain Ending COVID-19 State of Emergency; Firing of Powerful New York Prosecutor Appears to Be Latest Move to Protect Trump; Police Killings Spur Debate about Police Reform; Deadly Park Stabbing Declared "Terrorist Incident" by U.K. Police; English Premier League Show Solidarity with Black Lives Matter Movement. Aired 2-3a ET
• Trump's Return To The Campaign Trail Goes From Bad To Worse; Six Trump Campaign Staffers Working On Tulsa Rally Test Positive For Coronavirus; More Atlanta Police Calling Out Sick; Anti-Racism Protests To Resume In London; Deadly Park Stabbing Declared "Terrorist Incident" By U.K. Police; Parisian Chefs Adapt To Welcome Diners. Aired 3-4a ET
• Trump Wanted Testing Slowed Down, Used Racist Term For Coronavirus; Trump's Return To The Campaign Trail Goes From Bad To Worse; Six Trump Campaign Staffers Working On Tulsa Rally Test Positive For Coronavirus; Spain Ending COVID-19 State Of Emergency; Anti-Racism Protests To Resume In London; Some U.K. Companies To Pay Reparations For Slavery; Trump Offered To Help Erdogan In Justice Department Probe. Aired 4-5a ET
• Trump's Return To The Campaign Trail Goes From Bad To Worse; Firing Of Powerful New York Prosecutor Appears To Be Latest Move To Protect Trump; Brazil Reports One-Million-Plus Infections; Spain Ending COVID-19 State Of Emergency; One Dead, 11 Injured In Minneapolis Shooting; More Atlanta Police Calling Out Sick; Deadly Park Stabbing Declared "Terrorist Incident" By U.K. Police. Aired 5-6a ET
• U.S. Deaths Near 120,000 As More States Report Higher Case Count; Democrats Call For Investigation Into Firing Of U.S. Attorney; Judge Denies Trump Administration's Attempt To Block Release Of Bolton's Book; Tulsa County Reports New Daily High For Coronavirus Cases One Day After Trump Campaign Rally; One Killed, 11 Wounded In Minneapolis Shooting; Police Say, U.K. Stabbing Spree Was An Act Of Terror. Aired 2-3p ET
• Trump Tells Crowd In Tulsa He Wants Testing To Slow Down; TikTok Users Take Credit For Empty Seats At Trump Rally In Tulsa; Trump Fires Top Federal Prosecutor In New York; Police Tactics Face Scrutiny As Demonstrators Demand Justice; New York City To Enter Phase Two Of Reopening Tomorrow; Navarro: Bolton Will Lose Book Profits And Risks Jail Time; Judge Denies Trump Admin's Attempt To Block Release Of Bolton's Book. Aired 4-5p ET
• U.S. Deaths Near 120,000 As More States Reporter Higher Case Count; Interview With Oklahoma State Representative Ajay Pittman (D); Democrats Call For Investigation Into The Firing Of U.S. Attorney. Aired 3-4p ET
• Trump Tulsa Campaign Did Not Meet Expectations; Phoenix, Arizona Is Trump's Next Campaign Stop; NASCAR Bans Confederate Flag; Bolton's Tell-All Book Might Risk Jail Time; Florida Woman Fights Against A Confederate Statue To Be Removed In Her Community. Aired 5- 6p ET
• Trump Campaign Points Fingers After Lackluster Rally Turnout; Trump Heading To Arizona Where Cases Have Nearly Doubled In Two Weeks; John Bolton Details Chaotic Tenure Working with Trump; Some Black Voters To Turn Out To Vote Against Trump In November 2020; Protesters In Los Angeles Against Police Brutality; Queens Diner's New Drive-In Becomes A Hot Ticket In New York City. Aired 6-7p ET
• Trump Rally Marks Controversial Return to Campaign Trail; Protesters Gathered Outside Trump Rally in Tulsa; Experts Worry Trump Rally could be a "Super Spreader" Event; Top U.S. Federal Prosecutor Says he is Stepping Down. Aired 1-2a ET


June 20, 2020
• Trump Campaign Moves Forward with Tulsa Rally Despite Health Concerns; Mayor Initiates Firing of Officer Tied to Breonna Taylor's Death. Aired 12-12:30a ET
• Trump Campaign Moves Forward with Tulsa Rally Despite Health Concerns; States Weigh Mandatory Mask Rules; COVID-19 Hotspots Emerge Across Africa; U.S. Attorney General Tries to Oust Powerful New York Attorney; COVID-19 Diverting Resources for Refugees. Aired 2-2:30a ET
• Trump Campaign Moves Forward with Tulsa Rally Despite Health Concerns; COVID-19 Hotspots Emerge Across Africa; U.S. Attorney General Tries to Oust Powerful New York Attorney; COVID-19 Diverting Resources for Refugees. Aired 3-3:30a ET
• Trump Campaign Moves Forward with Tulsa Rally Despite Health Concerns; States Weigh Mandatory Mask Rules; White House Defends Tweet of Fake Video Exploiting Toddlers; U.S. Attorney General Tries to Oust Powerful New York Attorney; Eight U.S. States See Highest Weekly Averages of New Coronavirus Cases; COVID-19 Diverting Resources for Refugees; Clemson Sports Hit Hard by Virus Infections. Aired 4-5a ET
• U.S. Attorney for Southern District of New York Denies He is Resigning after Attorney General Bill Barr Announced He was Stepping Down; President Trump Holding Campaign Rally in Tulsa, Oklahoma, Despite Concerns over Coronavirus Spread; Coronavirus Case Rise in Florida; Judge Denies Government Request for Injunction to Stop Publication of Former National Security Advisor John Bolton's Book about His Time at White House; School Resource Officer in Ohio Goes Door to Door to Congratulate Students on Graduating High School. Aired 10-11a ET
• President Trump Holding Campaign Rally in Tulsa, Oklahoma, Despite Concerns over Coronavirus Spread; Judge Denies Government Request for Injunction to Stop Publication of Former National Security Advisor John Bolton's Book about His Time at White House; U.S. Attorney for Southern District of New York Denies He is Resigning after Attorney General Bill Barr Announced He was Stepping Down; Members of Advance Team for Trump Campaign Rally in Tulsa, Oklahoma, Test Positive for Coronavirus. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• Judge Denies Trump Administration's Attempt To Block Release Of Bolton's Book; U.S. Attorney General Tries To Dust Powerful New York Attorney; Trump Campaign Rally To Be Held Amid Spike In New COVID-19 Cases; New Model: Florida on Track to Become Next COVID-19 Epicenter; Florida Food Banks Struggle To Meet Demand Amid Lag In Government Aid; Sports Shutdowns Amid Rise In Coronavirus Cases; Georgia Representative Calls For Independent D.A. In Rayshard Brooks Case; Demonstrators Gather In London's Iconic Hyde Park. Aired 11a-12p ET
• Trump Campaign Moves Forward With Tulsa Rally Despite Health Concerns; States Weigh Mandatory Mask Rules; Eight U.S. States See Highest Weekly Averages Of New Coronavirus Cases; Americans Commemorate Juneteenth; Some Atlanta Police Officers Fail To Report For Work; Most COVID-19 Cases Reported To WHO In A Single Day; COVID- 19 Diverting Resources For Refugees. Aired 5-6a ET
• Judge Denies Trump Admin's Attempt To Block Release Of Bolton's Book; U.S. Attorney Refuses To Step Down After Barr Tries To Push Him Out; Trump To Hold Tulsa Rally Despite Concerns It Could Be A Super- Spreader Event; Eight States See Highest Weekly Averages Of New Cases Per Day; Potential Housing Crisis As States Lift Eviction Freezes. Aired 12-1p ET
• Florida Sets Another Record With 4,000 New Confirmed COVID Cases; Judge Denies Trump Administration's Attempt To Block Release Of Bolton's Book; Berman Refuses To Resign And Vows To Just Do His Job; Florida Food Banks Struggle To Meet Demands Amid Lag In Government Aid; Dr. Craig Spencer Discusses Increased Virus Cases, Health Experts Encouraging States To Mandate Masks, Danger Of Trump Rally; Soon, Trump to Hold Rally in Tulsa as Virus Cases Spike in Tulsa County. Aired 1-2p ET
• Six Of President Trump's Campaign Staffers Test Positive For Coronavirus; Attorney General Barr Says Trump Fired A Top U.S. Attorney, Trump Denies Being Involved; Trump's Attempt To Block Bolton's Bombshell Book Denied. Aired 11p-12a ET
• Six Trump Campaign Staffers Working On Tulsa Rally Have Coronavirus; Interview With Rep. Ted Lieu (D-CA); Arrest Warrant Issued For Suspect In Atlanta Wendy's Arson; Standoff Between Barr & U.S. Attorney Ends With Trump Firing Berman. Aired 3-4p ET
• Six Trump Campaign Staffers Working On Tulsa Rally Have Coronavirus; Trump On Firing Of U.S. Attorney Berman: I'm Not Involved; Rodney Bryant, Atlanta Police Department Interim Chief, Holds A Press Conference. Aired 4-5p ET
• Federal Prosecutor Fired; Arrest Warrant Issued In Atlanta Wendy's Arson; Soon, Trump To Hold Tulsa Rally Amid Coronavirus & Racial Unrest; Trump Will Continue To Fight Against DACA Despite Supreme Court Ruling; Trump Campaign Rally Held Near Greenwood, Place Of Horrific African-American Massacre; Six Campaign Staffers Working on Trump Rally Have Coronavirus. Aired 5-6p ET
• Six Donald Trump Campaign Staffers Working In Tulsa Rally Test Positive For COVID-19; U.S. Attorney Leaving Office Immediately After Standoff With A.G. William Barr; Trump Campaign Cancels Address To "Overflow Crowd," As Overflow Crowd Fails To Materialize Outside Tulsa Rally. Aired 6-7p ET
• Trump Holds Rally In Tulsa, Oklahoma; Protesters Gather Outside Venue Of Trump's Tulsa Rally; Trump Attacks Biden During Campaign Rally; Attorney General Bill Barr Claims Trump Fired Top U.S. Attorney; Shooting In Seattle Autonomous Zone Leaves One Dead, One Injured. Aired 10-11p ET


June 19, 2020
• President Trump Claims Coronavirus is Dying Out; China's Capital Put on Soft Lockdown; Portugal's Aggressive COVID Response Saves Lives; Two Police Officers Charged Over Rayshard Brooks' Death; Coronavirus Pandemic; WHO 84 Percent Of Africa's Cases Are In Just Eight Countries; Italy's Venice Contemplates It's Future After Covid- 19; Dreamers Celebrate Supreme Court Ruling; U.S. Supreme Court Blocks President Trump From Ending DACA; U.S. 2020 Election, Facebook Takes Down Trump Ads That Had Nazi-Style Symbol; Twitter Labels Tweeted Trump Video Manipulated Media; China Charges Two Canadians With Spying; Hong Kong Dissident Seeks Asylum In The U.K.; Former Hong Kong Dissident Warns Of A Cold War With China; America's Choice 2020, Protests Motivate Black Voters To Mobilize In Wisconsin. Aired 3-4a ET
• Nearly Half of U.S. States See Increase in COVID-19 Cases; NY Governor Weighs Quarantine for Travelers from Some States; New Restrictions in China as Beijing COVID-19 Cluster Grows; Fired Atlanta Cop Turns Himself In, Faces Felony Murder; Trump's Conversations with China's Xi Revealed in New Book; Pompeo Calls Bolton a 'Traitor' for 'Lies' About Trump; U.S. Unemployment Claims Still High; Venice Imagines a Different Future in the COVID-19 Era. Aired 12-1a ET
• Rat of Infection Rising in Almost Half the U.S.; Trump Falsely Claims Virus is Dying Out; Face Masks Will Be Optional at Trump's Tulsa Rally; Court Appearance Expected Friday for Fired Officer; Trump's Tough Week, Supreme Court Losses, Bolton Book; Trump Claims He Made Juneteenth Very Famous. Aired 4-4:30a ET
• China Charges Canadian Citizens With Spying; Trump Claims Coronavirus "Dying Out," Rally To Go Ahead; Administration Fires Back At Bolton's Book Allegations; New Virus Clusters In China Set Back Claims Of Success; Nearly 8.5 Million global Cases, 453,000+ Deaths; Brazil Nears One Million Virus Cases; International Energy Agency: Now is the Time to Invest in Green Jobs; How Iceland Became a Model in the Fight Against COVID-19; Police Morale, Down in Racially Charged Environment; Protests Motivate Some Black Voters to Mobilize in Wisconsin. Aired 1-2a ET
• Florida And Texas Governors Blame Spike In Cases On Increased Testing; Ex-Atlanta Officer Waives First Appearance, Won't Be In Court Today; Trump Administration Will Resubmit Enhanced Plan To Eliminate DACA. Aired 10-10:30a ET
• Pompeo Calls Bolton a Traitor for Lies About Trump; Adam Schiff Blasts Bolton's Sheer Nerve; Book Shines A Spotlight on Trump- China Relationship; Twitter Labels Tweeted Trump Video Manipulated Media; Portugal Finding Success Using Steroid Treatment; Is American Football's Season in Jeopardy. Aired 4:30-5a ET
• Florida Governor Says Businesses to Stay Open Despite Rise in Coronavirus Cases; Texas Reports Record One-Day Spike in COVID-19 Cases; Hospitalizations Very High in Arizona; Interview with Ohio Governor Mike DeWine; Ex-Officer Charged With Murdering Brooks to Appear in Court Today; Oklahoma Sets Virus Record as Trump Gears Up for Rally. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• Oklahoma Set for Trump Rally; FaceBook and Twitter Take Action on Trump's Posts; States Lift Eviction Freezes; Spike in Covid Cases. Aired 9:30-10a ET
• Navy Upholds Firing of Captain Brett Crozier; Coronavirus Cases Rising in 23 States; U.S. Marks Juneteenth. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• Interview with Palm Beach County Mayor Dave Kerner; Jose Andres' Charity is Helping Restaurants Serve COVID-Vulnerable; Interview with Reverends on Tulsa Massacre. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• Trump Says Mail-In Voting Is Biggest Threat To His Re-Election; Twitter Labels Trump Video "Manipulated", Facebook Removes Ad; NBA Players Lend Voice To Call For Social Change. Aired 12:30-1p ET
• Juneteenth Rallies Happening Nationwide Amid Nation's Racial Unrest; 93-Year-Old Activist Calls for Juneteenth to Be a Federal Holiday; Oklahoma Supreme Court Rejects Bid to Stop Trump Rally; NCAA, SEC Threaten Mississippi over State Flag's Confederate Symbol. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• 8 States See Highest Average Yet of New Daily Cases; Florida Reporting nearly 4,000 New Coronavirus Cases; Arizona Reports Record Increase in Cases as Hospitalizations Rise; Tulsa Health Director Recommends Trump Rally be Postponed, Warns Attendees "Face Increased Risk" of COVID Infection; Trump Warns Potential Protesters Day Before Tulsa Rally; Facebook Takes Down Trump Campaign Ad Displaying Nazi Symbol; Top State Department Official Resigns over Trump's Response to Racial Injustice, Unrest. Aired 11-11:30a ET
• World Health Organization Reports Largest COVID-19 Single-Day Increase; Majority of Atlanta Police Officers Called Out From Work Today; Captain Brett Crozier to Be Permanently Fired. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• Did Not Air 2-3a ET
• Soon, Attorneys for Former Atlanta Police Officer in Court; Trump Administration & John Bolton's Lawyers Face Off in Court over Bolton's Book; Mick Mulvaney: President trump "Didn't Hire Very Well"; Howard University's John Carr Discusses the History of Juneteenth. Aired 11:30a-12p ET
• Coronavirus Infections Rise In 23 States; Marches Mark Juneteenth Amid Racial Reckoning; Mayor Initiate Firing of Officer Tied to Breonna Taylor's Death; Hotels, Bars & Bowling Alleys Are Among Florida's Top 5 Places With Biggest Increase Foot Traffic Since June; President Trump Says Mail-In Voting Is Biggest Treat To His Re- election. Aired 12-12:30p ET
• Juneteenth Rallies Nationwide Amid America's Racial Unrest; Mayor Initiates Firing of Officer Tied To Breonna Taylor's Death; AMC Reverses Course, Will Require Theatergoers To Wear Masks. Aired 1- 1:30p ET
• Tulsa Health Director Recommends Trump Rally be Postponed, Warns Attendees "Face Increased Risk" of COVID Infection; Juneteenth Rallies Nationwide Amid America's Social Unrest; Trump Flagged for Manipulated Video Involving Toddlers; Georgia GOP Speaker, Rep. David Ralston, (R-GA) and House Speaker, Discusses Pushing for Hate Crimes Law in Georgia & Mail-In Ballots. Aired 1:30-2p ET
• Navy Upholds Firing of Captain Crozier; Bolton Allegations Crystalize Trump's Respect for Dictators; Juneteenth Rallies Nationwide Amid America's Racial Unrest; Garland Pruitt, President, Tulsa NAACP, Discusses Trump Rally in Oklahoma Amid Pandemic and Amid Social Unrest; Federal Judge Hears Arguments to Block John Bolton's Book. Aired 2:30-3p ET


June 18, 2020
• Police Officers Ended Their Career Over Rayshard Brooks Death; John Bolton Shares to Media Excerpts from His Controversial Book; Land Disputes Killed Indian Troops; Trump Campaign Says Rally Must Go on No Matter What; America In Crisis, Floyd's Brother To United Nations, Help Us Get Justice; Aunt Jemima Out And Uncle Ben's To Rebrand; Weekly U.S. Jobless Report Due In Coming Hours; U.S. Unemployment Claims Surge During Pandemic; How Companies Are Responding To Racial Tensions; Coronavirus Pandemic; Coronavirus Outbreak At German Slaughterhouse Forces Local Closures; English Premiere League Back In Action; Spanish Island Test Tourism Reopening Plan; Teams Pay Tribute To Black Lives Matter Movement; Family Walks 550 Kilometers To Escape Virus In Lima. Aired 3-4a ET
• Justice Moves Decisively Against Officers Accused Of Brooks' Death; Beijing COVID Response Ramps Up As Spread Expected In Outlying Provinces; COVID Cases Accelerate In Mexico City and Brazil; Bolton's Book Presents Damaging Portrait of Trump; Ten U.S. States Hit Case Records as Mask Debate Heats Up; U.S. Jobless Claims Due Thursday; China, India Agree to Cool Down after Deadly Border Clash; Family Walks 300+ Miles to Escape Crisis in Lima, Peru. Aired 1-2a ET
• Fired Atlanta Police Officer Who Killed Rayshard Brooks Facing 11 Charges, Including Felony Murder; China Reports 24 New Locally Transmitted Cases; New Bolton Book Loaded With Bombshells Against Trump; 10 U.S. States Hit Case Records as Mask Debate Heats Up; Premier League Teams Show Support for Black Lives Matter as Games Resume; China, India Agree to 'Cool Down' after Deadly Border Clash; JD.com's Sales Viewed as Barometer of Chinese Economy. Aired 12-1a ET
• Fired Atlanta Officer Faces Felony Murder, Other Charges; Bolton Book Says Trump Asked Xi to Help Him Get Reelected; Trump Accuses Bolton of Breaking the Law; Trump Campaign Says Supporters Attend Rally at Own Risk; Virus Rates Surging in Oklahoma as Trump Rally Nears. Aired 4-4:30a ET
• Police Taking Action Amid Calls to Defund and Disband; Rayshard Brooks in His Own Words; Masks Debate Heats Up as Covid-19 Spikes in Many U.S. States; Americans Divided on Social Distancing, Wearing Masks; Emmanuel Macron, Boris Johnson to Honor French Resistance Fighters. Aired 4:30-5a ET
• Patchwork Response Across Latin America As Cases Surge; Weekly U.S. Jobless Claims Data Due Thursday; China, India Agree To Cool Down After Deadly Border Clash. Aired 2-3a ET
• Bolton's Stunning Revelations; Anti-Science Bias a Problem in America; Corporate Leaders Tackle Racial Injustice; Iceland Reopens to Visitors. Aired 9:30-10a ET
• Supreme Court Rules 5-4 to Keep DACA; Justice Clarence Thomas Pens Scathing Dissent on DACA Ruling; Bolton Book Details Unflattering Portrait of Trump; Atlanta Officer Devon Brosnan Turns Himself In to Fulton County Jail. Aired 11-11:30a ET
• Breonna Taylor Investigation Continues; Atlanta Police Charged; President Trump Set to Hold Large Indoor Rally. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• Supreme Court Upholds DACA; DACA Recipients Celebrate but Know Issue Remains Unresolved; Unusually High Callouts From Atlanta Police Today. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• Coronavirus Cases Spiking In Nearly Two Dozen States; Supreme Court Rules Blocks Trump's Attempt To End DACA Program. Aired 10- 10:30a ET
• Florida Sets Record For Most Cases Reported In A Single Day; Biden Campaign Launches First Major Ad Buy; Rayshard Brooks Opens Up In Interview Months Before Killing. Aired 12:30-1p ET
• New Model Warns Florida Could Be Next Large Epicenter; A Million and a Half More Americans Filed for First-Time Jobless Claims Last Week; Justice Department Asks Judge to Block Bolton's Book. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• Kentucky A.G. Vows Transparency in Probe Of Breonna Taylor's Killing; Ex-Atlanta Cop Who Killed Rayshard Brooks Turns Himself in; Trump Rages as Conservative Supreme Court Judge Helps Defeat Effort to End DREAMer Program; Bolton Book Details Unflattering Portrait of Trump; Facebook Removes Trump Ads for Violating Policy Against Organized Hate with Symbol Similar to a Nazi One. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• Atlanta Officer Devon Brosnan Turns Himself In to Fulton County Jail; Florida Sets Record in Most Cases Reported in Single Day as Trump Says Virus "Fading"; Dr. Cyrus Shahpar Discusses Trump in Denial about COVID, Saying Virus is "Dying Out"; Fauci Laments "Anti-Science Bias" Where Authority Is Not Believed; Don Lewis, Former Federal Prosecutor, Discusses Challenges of Prosecuting Officers Charged in Rayshard Brooks Killing. Aired 11:30a-12p ET
• Trump's Statements Politicize Masks; Gun Sales Up at Florida Shop Without Masks; Supreme Court Upholds DACA. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• President Donald Trump Says Coronavirus Cases Dying Out As Infections Rise In 23 States; Supreme Court Rules, 5-4, To Keep DACA; Atlanta Officer Devin Brosnan Turns Himself In; John Bolton's Book Offers Scathing Rebuke Of President Donald Trump; John Bolton's Book Details Unflattering Portrait Of Donald Trump. Aired 12-12:30p ET
• One of Officers Charged in Brooks Killing Turns Himself In; Facebook Removes Trump Ads for Violating Policy Against "Organized Hate" with Symbol Similar to Nazi One; Bolton Book Details Unflattering Portrait of Trump; Abby Broyles (D-OK), Senate Candidate, Discusses Trump Rally in Tulsa, Trump Saying Virus is "Dying Out". Aired 1:30-2p ET
• Trump Claims He Made Juneteenth Famous, "Nobody Had Ever Heard of It"; ESPN Host, Elle Duncan, Discusses Fauci Warning Possibly No NFL Season Due to Virus, WNBA's Renee Montgomery Fighting for Social Justice, Moore's Own Experience with Discrimination; Guy Snodgrass, Former Chief Speechwriter to Secretary James Mattis & Author, Discusses John Bolton's New Book Bashing Trump. Aired 2:30-3p ET
• Trump In Turmoil, Virus, Protests, Court Losses, Aide Rebukes; Supreme Court Blocks Trump From Ending DREAMER Program. Aired 1-1:30p ET


June 17, 2020
• New Signs of Hope for COVID Patients; Beijing Imposed Soft Lockdown; Football Fans Itching to Watch EPL; President Trump Signs Executive Order on Policing; Indian Army, At Least 20 Indian Troops Killed In Violent Face-Off With China; Violent Face-Off Took Place In Disputed Border; South Korea Will Not Endure North Korean Threats; North Korea Blows Up Inter-Korean Liaison Office; Kim Jong-Un's Sister Kim Yo-Jong Emerges As Powerful Figure; African Country Courts Back Black Americans; Ghana Courts African-Americans To Come Home; United States Set To Impose New Sanctions On Syria; Russian President Vladimir Putin Steps Up Virus Protection; Disinfection Tunnel Installed At Putin's Residence; Coronavirus Pandemic, Brazil Reports Nearly 35,000 New Cases In Daily Record High; Brazil Criticizes U.S. FDA's Hydroxychloroquine Decision. Aired 3-4a ET
• Trump Defends Police While Ordering Modest Reforms; U.S. Vice President Calls Coronavirus Case Spike Concerns Overblown; At Lease 18 States See Rise in COVID-19 Cases; U.K. Study Shows Steroid Dexamethasone Can Cut COVID-19 Deaths; Covid-19 Modeler Expects a Second Wave by the End of August. Aired 4-4:30a ET
• Common Steroid May Cut COVID-19 Deaths; U.S. Vice President Claims No Second Wave; North Korea Blows Up Inter-Korean Liaison Office; Trump's Order Bans Chokeholds, But With Exceptions; Ghana Courts African-Americans to Come 'Home'; 20 Indian Troops Dead in Clash with China; Brazil Increasing Hydroxychloroquine Use for COVID- 19; U.K. Extends Free School Meal Program Through Summer; NASA Astronauts Look Ahead to Historic Ocean Landing. Aired 12-1a ET
• Senate Republicans Unveil Police Reform Plan; Decision On Charges In Brooks' Shooting Death As Soon As Today. Aired 10-10:30a ET
• South Korea Will Not Endure North Korean Threats; Stuck Seafarers Unable to Leave Ships After Contracts End; Trump Administration Sues Bolton Over Book; Sports Play Pivotal Role in Racial and Social Justice; U.S. Attorney Says Suspect in Officers' Killings Tied to Boogaloo Movement; Inside Seattle's So-Called Autonomous Zone; Millions of Americans Unable to Afford Food Amid Outbreak. Aired 4:30-5a ET
• Potential Breakthrough For Coronavirus ICU Patients; Beijing's Race To Stop Coronavirus Spread; Oklahoma's Daily Coronavirus Infections Reach Daily High; North Korea Escalates Tensions With The South; England's Premier League Kicks Off First Game In Three Months; Trump Campaign To Be Sued For Tulsa Rally; Trump Defends Police While Ordering Modest Reforms; Ghana Courts African Americans to Come Home; Travel Standstill Hits Hilton; Suntory CEO: Japan Could Lose 20 percent of its Restaurants. Aired 1-2a ET
• Senate GOP to Unveil Police Reform Plan; Charges in Rayshard Brooks' Shooting Death Expected as Soon as Today; Florida Records Highest Number of New Cases in a Single Day; Oklahoma's New Coronavirus Cases Surge Ahead of Trump Rally. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• Decision On Charges Revealed In Rayshard Brooks Killing; Playing Pretend, Trump, Pence Misleading On Virus Severity; Aunt Jemima Brand, Acknowledging Racist Past, Removing Image. Aired 1-1:30p ET
• John Bolton's Explosive Claims; Decision on Charges in Rayshard Brooks Death. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• Beijing Cancels Flights; Senate Republicans Press Conference on Police Reform. Aired 9:30-10a ET
• Biden Campaigns Today On How To Reopen Safely Amid Pandemic; CDC Data Show Minorities Make Up Majority Of Coronavirus Cases; Florida Reports 2,600 New Coronavirus Cases. Aired 12:30-1p ET
• Trump Defends Police While Ordering Modest Reforms; English Premier League Back In Action With Two Matches; Fed Chair: Minority Communities Hardest Hit In Recession; Soft Lockdown Imposed in Beijing over New Infections. Aired 2-3a ET
• Twenty-one States Report Coronavirus Increases; Interview with Gov. Ned Lamont (D-CT); Mexico and the United States Disagree Over Tourism During COVID-19. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• Decision on Charges in Rayshard Brooks Killing; Felony Murder Among 11 Charges Files Against Ex-Atlanta Cop Who Killed Rayshard Brooks. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• Senate Republicans Unveil Police Reform Proposal; Pence Misleads Americans as Some States Set Virus Records. Aired 11-11:30a ET
• Rayshard Brooks Charges Expected Soon; COVID-19 Cases Rise as Montgomery, Alabama Rejects Mask Mandate; House and Senate Debate Chokeholds in Police Reform Bills. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• Possible Charges Soon Against Fired Officer In Brooks Killing; City Council Member, Joyce Sheperd (D), Atlanta, Discusses Possible Charges Against Fired Officer In Brooks Killing & Police Reform; Dr. Julia Strange Discusses Arizona Setting Record For Most New Cases In Single Day; Quaker Oats To Retire "Aunt Jemima" Brand; Attorney General Gurbir Grewal (D-NJ) Discusses Launching New Efforts On Transparency In Police Misconduct. Aired 11:30a-12p ET
• Pence Says More Cases May Be Due To More Testing But Health Officials Say Some States See Fewer Cases With More Testing; Florida Reports 2,600 New Coronavirus Cases; Republicans Unveil Police Reform Proposal; Possible Charges Soon Against Fired Officer In Brooks' Killing; U.S. Ambassador Warns Against Travel To Mexico. Aired 12- 12:30p ET
• Senate & House Clash Over Police Reform Amid U.S. Unrest; Interview With House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-CA); Official: Trump Administration "In Denial," Ignoring Containment Efforts As Coronavirus Cases Spike In 21 States. Aired 1:30-2p ET
• Author, Matthew Horace, Discusses The Senate & House Clash Over Police Reform Amid Unrest; Joe Biden Blasts Trump, Pence In Speech In Philadelphia; Passenger Aboard American Airlines Flight Forced To Deplane After Refusing To Wear Mask; Possible Charges Soon Against Fired Officer In Brooks Killing. Aired 2:30-3p ET


June 16, 2020
• How to Talk to Children about Race Issues; At Least 18 States Report Rise in Infections; West Point Appearance Raises Health Questions about Trump; English Premier League to Return Wednesday; 21st Day Of Protests All Across America; Fulton County District Attorney Weighing Charges; Protesters Call for Police Reform; Increase in Police Officers Resigning; Beijing Sees Fresh Cluster of Novel Coronavirus Cases; Talking to Children about Race. Aired 12-1a ET
• Endless Black Deaths Provokes Outrage in the Streets; President Trump Looking at Police Reform; California Police Investigates an Allege Dual Suicide; Beijing Imposed Lockdown; WHO Raises Alarm Bells Over Rapid COVID Increase; North Korea Blew Up Kaesong Liaison Office; North Korean Military Says It Plans To Remilitarize Border; Explosion In Inter-Korean Liaison Office In North Korea; New App Provides Information For Travelers In Europe; Coronavirus Pandemic; Easyjet Resumes Flight For First Time Since March 30; Portugal Marketing Itself As A Safe Option For Tourists; Covid-19 Contributing To Rise Of Other Diseases; Latin America Faces Increasing Number Of Covid-19 Cases; Mexico's Confirmed Cases Surpass 150,000; Chile Extends State Of Emergency For Another 90 Days; Peruvian Archbishop Honors Covid-19 Victims With Mass; Measles, Polio Could Surge AS Covid-19 Takes Precedence; Covid-19 Impacting Vaccines For Preventable Diseases; English Premiere League Set To Return; WNBA To Begin Shortened 2020 Season In Late July. Aired 3-4a ET
• Decision On Charges In Brooks' Killing Could Come By Tomorrow; Trump To Sign Executive Order On Police Reform Today. Aired 10-10:30a ET
• Atlanta Mayor Demands Immediate Reform Of Police Department; Beijing Calls New Outbreak Severe And Uncertain; Trump Due To Sign Executive Order On Policing; Police Officers Quit In Flashpoint Cities; Supreme Court Rules In Favor Of LGBTQ Rights In Workplace; US And Russia Relations Under Pressure; A View On How To Talk To Kids About Racism; Model Projects 200,000 plus U.S. Deaths by October; U.S. Surgeon General Urges Americans to Wear Masks; EasyJet Resumes Flights for First Time since March 30; English Premier League to Return Wednesday. Aired 1-2a ET
• Seoul Reports North Korea Blew Up Kaesong Liaison Office; Prosecutor Ways Charges Four Officers and Rayshard Brooks Case; Trump to Sign an Executive Order on Policing in the Coming Hours; Third Day of Protests Over Killing of Rayshard Brooks; Dispatcher Was Concerned over Use of Force and Floyd's Death; Protesters Call for Reforms Following Police Violence; U.S. Airlines Could Ban Passengers If They Don't Wear Masks; At Least 18 U.S. States Report Rise in Coronavirus Infections; China Says New Cluster Has Spread beyond Beijing Market. Aired 4-4:30a ET
• Trump To Hold Rally In Tulsa Despite growing Outbreak; Portugal Marketing Itself As A Safe Option For Tourist; N. Korea Ready To Retaliate Over Propaganda Leaflets; Protesters Call for Police Reform; Increase in Police Officers Resigning; Trump to Push through Rally in Tulsa; Bolsonaro tells Brazilians to Inspect Hospitals Themselves; COVID-19 Cases Increasing in 18 U.S. States. Aired 2-3a ET
• Seoul Reports North Korea Blew Up Kaesong Liaison Office; FBI, DOJ Reviewing Deaths of Two Black Men in California; Trump to Hold Rally in Tulsa Amid Racial Tensions; Goodell Encourages NFL Teams to Sign Kaepernick; U.S. Supreme Court Says Law Protects LGBTQ Workers; Trump's West Point Appearance Raises Health Questions. Aired 4:30-5a ET
• Key Model Projections for Coronavirus; MLB May not have 2020 Season; Ursula Burns on Protests and Reform; North Korea Blows up Office. Aired 9:30-10a ET
• Pressure Grows for Police Reform Amid Nationwide Protests; President Trump Expected to Sign Executive Order on Police Reform Today; NYPD Reassign 600 Plain Clothes Anti-Crime Officers. Aired 9- 9:30a ET
• Vice President Pence Pushing Misleading Coronavirus Claim?; Rayshard Brooks Shooting Investigation Continues; President Trump Defends Police, Issues Executive Order. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• Pence Won't Say If He Thinks It's Harder for Black Americans to Make It in U.S.; Soon, Trump to Sign Police Reform Executive Order; New Details on Officers Involved in Rayshard Brooks Shooting; Capt. Sonia Pruitt, National Black Police Association Chair, Discusses Officer-Involved Shooting of Rayshard Brooks, Police Reform, Trump's Executive Order on Police Reform; 18 States Report Increases in New Coronavirus Cases; Trump & Pence Say Spike in Virus Cases Due to More Testing; Fauci Says He Hasn't Spoken to Trump in Two Weeks. Aired 11- 11:30a ET
• President Trump Signs Executive Order For Police Reform. Aired 12:30-1p ET
• Generic Steroid May Improve Severe COVID-19 Recovery; President Trump Prepares to Hold Rally in Tulsa; China Aggressively Responds to New COVID-19 Cases. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• Trump and Top Officials Seen Without Masks at Rose Garden Event; United Airlines Requiring Masks for Passengers; Musician Leads "We Are" Protest March; NBA Players Divided on Restarting Season. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• Retail Sales Surge 17.7% in May as Shoppers Return to Stores; Federal Reserve Chair: No Place for Racism in Our Society or Economy; CA Attorney General, Xavier Becerra, Discusses His Push for Police Reform Plans, Trump's Executive Order on Police Reform, Black Men Found Hanged in CA Cities; Trump Faces Multiple Crises Ahead of 2020 Election. Aired 11:30a-12p ET
• Trump Issues Police Reform Executive Order; Interview with Burke County, Georgia Sheriff Alfonzo Williams; Interview with Sports Agent Drew Rosenhaus. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• President Trump Announces His Executive Order On Policing Reforms; Republican Senators Outline Police Reforms Package; President Donald Trump: "Strongly Oppose" Defunding Or Dismantling Police Departments. Aired 12-12:30p ET
• Trump Unveils Executive Order On Policing Amid U.S. Unrest; Key Model Projects Over 200,000 Americans Will Die By October; Vigilante Militia Suspected Of Instigating Violence At Protest. Aired 1-1:30p ET
• Vigilante Group Suspected Of Instigating Violence At Protest; More U.S. Police Officers Resigning Over Lack Of Support, Morale; Rapper, Jeezy, Discusses Police Killings Of Rayshard Brooks, George Floyd & Top Economic Adviser Larry Kudlow Saying Systemic Racism Doesn't Exist, Blaming Obama. Aired 1:30-2p ET
• Key Model Projects Over 200,000 Americans Will Die By October; Dr. Craig Spencer Discusses Pence Refusing To Wear Mask During Diner Visit & Mask Use Needed; Black Cop Fired In 2006 After Stopping White Colleague's Chokehold. Aired 2:30-3p ET


June 15, 2020
• African-American Man Killed for Sleeping in a Drive-through; Protesters Hold Abandoned Precinct; Eleven Neighborhoods Locked Down in Beijing, China; U.S. COVID Crisis Far from Over; Minneapolis, Minnesota is Considering How to Reform or Transform its Police Department; Arrests After Violent Weekend Clashes in London; Philippine Journalist Maria Ressa was Convicted of Cyber Libel; The White House Faces Pandemic and Growing Protest Movement; U.S. Futures Down Sharply Over COVID-19 Concerns; White House Considers $2 Trillion Stimulus Plan; Some E.U. Travel Restrictions Lifting. Aired 3-4a ET
• Moments Leading Up to Police Shooting Captured on Video; Philippine Journalist Maria Ressa Convicted of 'Cyber Libel'; Beijing District in 'Wartime Emergency' After New COVID-19 Cluster; French President Discusses Easing COVID-19 Restrictions, Racism; Racing Star Di Grassi Helping COVID-19 Victims in Native Brazil. Aired 12-1a ET
• 20th Day of Nationwide Protests Against Racial Injustice; Moments Leading Up to Police Shooting Captured on Video; District Attorney Criticizes Police Shooting of Brooks; Autopsy Shows Rayshard Brooks Shot Twice in Back; Beijing Neighborhood on Lockdown as New Cases Emerge; New Cases Linked to Xinfadi Market, the Largest in Beijing; New York Tames COVID-19, While Some States See Spikes; Some EU Nations Reopening Borders Monday. Aired 4-4:30a ET
• Fauci Cautions Life May Not Return To Normal Until Next Year; Face Masks Work: New Study Shows Their Effectiveness; Outbreak In Beijing Food Market Causes Swift Corrective Measures; France Reopens Restaurants And Cafes, Macron Advises Vigilance; New Video Captures Deadly Officer-Involved Shooting; Philippine Journalist Maria Ressa Convicted of "Cyber Libel"; White House Considers $2 Trillion Stimulus Plan; Trump Administration Plans to Cut U.S. Troops in Germany. Aired 1-2a ET
• Demonstrators Marching In Atlanta For Criminal Justice Reform; Supreme Court Says, Federal Law Protects LGBTQ Workers; Trump Expected To Sign Executive Order On Policing Tomorrow. Aired 10-10:30a ET
• Congress Takes on Police Reform in Wake of Shootings; Trump Threatens to Take Action Amid Protests in Seattle; Seattle Protesters Set Up Autonomous Zone; 100+ Arrested After Violent Weekend Clashes in London; Russian Court Sentences Paul Whelan to 16 Years in Prison; Philippine Journalist Maria Ressa Convicted of Cyber Libel; U.S. Futures Down Sharply Over COVID-19 Concerns; Asian and European Markets Lower to Start the Week. Aired 4:30-5a ET
• Fresh Outrage Across the U.S. After Police Kill a Blackman in Atlanta; Police Killing of Rayshard Brooks Fuels Push for Reform; Athletes Become Activists Amid Protests Over Police Violence; New Video from Arrest and Shooting of Rayshard Brooks; Demonstrators Marching in Atlanta for Criminal Justice Reform; Interview with Fulton County DA Paul Howard about Rayshard Brooks Killing. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• Racial Injustice Protest in the United States Now on its 20th Day and the Death of Rayshard Brooks and Autopsy Results Ignites Fresh Protests; Picture of a White Activist Rescued by Black Lives Matter Demonstrator in London Goes Viral; Brazil's Daily Coronavirus Death Toll Highest in the World; Face Mask Effective Way to Prevent COVID Transmission; French President Macron Eases Restrictions in France and Acknowledges the Protest Against Racism. Aired 2-3a ET
• Coronavirus Cases Rising in 18 States; Russian Court Convicts U.S. Citizen Paul Whelan; Introduction to Seattle's Capitol Hill Autonomous Zone. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• Rise in Coronavirus Cases as Economy Reopens; Double Lung Transplant Covid-19 Patient; Demonstrators Marching in Atlanta; Trump Erases Health Protections for Transgender Patients. Aired 9:30-10a ET
• NYPD Policing Reforms; Unrest in Atlanta; NFL Players Test Positive For Coronavirus. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• NYPD Reassigning Hundreds of Plain Clothes Officers; NBA Players Divided on Restarting Season; Atlanta Mayor Holds News Conference. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• Interview with Atlanta Councilwomen Marci Collier Overstreet; NFL Dallas and Houston Teams Report New Coronavirus Cases; Interview with Hallandale Beach Vice Mayor Sabrina Javellana. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• 18 States See A Rise In New Coronavirus Cases; Aide: Trump Expected To Sign Policing Executive Order Tomorrow; Warren Allies Urge Biden To Pick Her As Running Mate. Aired 12:30-1p ET
• Supreme Court Rules Employees Can't Be Fired for Being Gay or Transgender; March in Georgia Following Police Shooting of Rayshard Brooks; Soon, Family of Rayshard Brooks to Speak; Felicia Moore, Atlanta City Council President, Discusses the Officer Shooting of Rayshard Moore and Police Reform; Trump Claims He's Done More for Black America Than Biden. Aired 11-11:30a ET
• Trump Claims He's Done More For Black America Than Biden; Trump's Unsteady Appearance At West Point Sparks Health Concerns; Family Of Rayshard Brooks Speaks. Aired 11:30a-12p ET
• Brooks Family Attorney: Cops Can't Be "Judge, Jury And Executioner"; Brooks Family: "How Many More Protests Will It Take?"; Supreme Court: Employers Can't Fire Workers For Being Gay, Transgender; Gorsuch, Roberts Side With Supreme Court's Liberal Justices; FDA Ends Emergency Use Of Drugs Trump Called "Game Changers". Aired 12-12:30p ET
• Rayshard Brooks' Family Delivers Emotional Plea For Change; Some Minneapolis Officers Resign, Citing Lack Of Support; Supreme Court Says, Workers Can't Be Fired For Being Gay, Transgender. Aired 1-1:30p ET
• NFL Players Test Positive For Coronavirus; Ben Carson Suggests Trump Will "Get There" On Kneeling During National Anthem; Trump Administration Under Fire For Refusing To Reveal Companies Receiving Coronavirus Relief Funds; Rep. Katie Porter (D-CA) Discusses Her Demand For Trump Administration To Reveal Companies Getting PPP Loans; Black Protester Carries Injured White Man To Safety In London. Aired 1:30-2p ET
• Gillian Branstetter, Spokesperson, National Women's Law Center, Discusses Supreme Court Decision Saying Workers Can't Be Fired For Being Gay, Transgender; Black Mom Pens Powerful Letter To Unborn Child; Trump's Unsteady Walk & Arm Lift Raise Health Questions. Aired 2:30-3p ET


June 14, 2020
• Protests Grow in Atlanta after Deadly Officer-Involved Shooting; Atlanta Police Chief Steps Down; Trump Addresses West Point; Atlanta Wendy's, Site of Brooks Shooting, Burns; Confederate Symbols Removed amid Protests for Racial Equality; How a U.S. City Disbanded Its Police Force and Started Over. Aired 12-1a ET
• Protests Grow in Atlanta after Deadly Officer-Involved Shooting; Atlanta Police Officer Fired after Killing Black Man; Atlanta Police Chief Steps Down; Confederate Symbols Removed amid Protests for Racial Equality; George Floyd's Death Sparks Change in the U.S. Aired 1-2a ET
• Protests Grow in Atlanta after Deadly Officer-Involved Shooting; New COVID-19 Cases Rising in 12+ States; Questions Surround Atlanta Police Actions before Fatal Shooting; Trump Addresses West Point; Rio de Janeiro Health Workers Hit Hard by Outbreak. Aired 2-3a ET
• Coronavirus In The U.S.; George Floyd Protests On Night 18 Amid Worldwide Pandemic; Defiant Trump Stokes Racial Division; JHU: Brazil Has World's Second Highest Death Toll; BLM Movement In Nigeria. Aired 3-3:30a ET
• Questions Surround Atlanta Police Actions Before Fatal Shooting; Trump Postpones Tulsa Rally; Rio de Janeiro Health Workers Hit Hard By Outbreak. Aired 4-5a ET
• Protests Grow In Atlanta After Deadly Officer-Involved Shooting; Far Right Groups Target Anti-Racism Demonstrations In London; What School Classes Will Look Like Post-Pandemic; New COVID-19 Cases Rising In 12-Plus States; How A U.S. City Disbanded Its Police Force And Started Over. Aired 5-6a ET
• Renewed Protest As Another Black Man Dies In The Hands Of Police In Atlanta; Atlanta Police Chief Resigns And Police Officer Involved In The Killing Fired; Nationwide Protests On Its 20th Day; Majority Of Americans Disapprove Trump's Message Of The Protest; Calls For Support For Black Trans Live. Aired 5-6p ET
• Deadly Police Shooting Sparks Fiery Protests In Atlanta; Trump Reschedules Tulsa Rally Out Of Respect For Juneteenth; Smithsonian Curators Look To Preserve Signs, Stories From Protests. Aired 3-4p ET
• Deadly Police Shooting Sparks Fiery Protests In Atlanta; George Floyd's Death Sparks Calls To Defund Police Departments; Rate Of New Coronavirus Cases Trending Up In Multiple States; Trump Administration Rolls Back Obama-Era Transgender Health Care Protections; Protesters Demand Answers After Black Man Found Hanging From Tree. Aired 2-3p ET
• Nationwide Protests Against Police Brutality Enter 20th Day; Protests Erupt In Atlanta Over Deadly Police Shooting; Thousands Rally In New York For Black Trans Lives; Source: Trump Convinced Stoking Culture Wars Is Good Strategy; Sen. Scott: Trump Rescheduled Rally After Being Educated About Juneteenth; Seven Minneapolis Officers Have Resigned Since George Floyd's Death. Aired 4-5p ET
• Protests Underway In Atlanta Over Deadly Police Shooting; Seattle Protesters Declare Autonomous Zone Free From Police; Trump Returns To White House As D.C. Protests Continue; Nationwide Protests Against Police Brutality Enter 20th Day; How Camden, New Jersey, Disbanded Its Police Force And Lowered Crime; Calls For End Of Hollywood's Glamorization Of Police Amid Protests. Aired 6-7p ET


June 13, 2020
• George Floyd Protests on Night 18 amid Worldwide Pandemic; Defiant Trump Stokes Racial Division; Coronavirus in the U.S.; Cuba Announces Gradual Easing of COVID-19 Restrictions; American Soccer Star: Trump's Not Right. Aired 12-12:30a ET
• George Floyd Protests on Night 18 amid Worldwide Pandemic; Coronavirus in the U.S.; Former Detroit Police Chief: George Floyd "Could Have Been Me"; Protests Sway Voters in Battleground Arizona; Anti-Government Protests in Lebanon; Patient Gets First U.S. COVID-19 Double Lung Transplant; Rio Drug Gangs Impose Curfew, Hand Out Food. Aired 2-2:30a ET
• George Floyd Protests on Night 18 amid Worldwide Pandemic; Coronavirus in the U.S.; Defiant Trump Stokes Racial Division; JHU: Brazil Has World's Second Highest Death Toll; BLM Movement in Nigeria. Aired 3-3:30a ET
• George Floyd Protests on Night 18 amid Worldwide Pandemic; Police Misconduct in the Spotlight; Coronavirus in the U.S.; Defiant Trump Stokes Racial Division; Videos Raise Questions about Tennessee In-Custody Death; George Floyd's Death Sparks Change in the U.S. Aired 4-5a ET
• George Floyd Protests on Night 18 amid Worldwide Pandemic; Police Misconduct in the Spotlight; Coronavirus in the U.S.; Defiant Trump Stokes Racial Division; Fears of Violence in London; Protests Sway Voters in Battleground Arizona; George Floyd's Death Sparks Change in the U.S. Aired 5-6a ET
• Trump Delivers Commencement Address At West Point; Trump Reschedules Tulsa Rally "Out Of Respect" For Juneteenth; City Leader Says Minneapolis Police System Is "Not Reformable"; LudaCris, "KidNation" Use Music To Teach Children About Prejudice; Dr. Kameno Bell: From The NFL To The Front Lines Of Coronavirus. Aired 11a-12p ET
• Protests Continue Across U.S. Over Death Of George Floyd At Hands Of Police; Minneapolis City Council Votes To Disband Police Department; Minneapolis Police Chief Medaria Arradondo Discusses History Of Racism In Minneapolis Police Department; Analyst Examines History Of Systemic Racism In U.S. Police Departments; African- American Comedian Tiffany Haddish Discusses Fear She Feels When Stopped By Police; President Trump Gives Speech To Graduates At West Point; Houston School District Taking Steps To Reopen Schools After COVID-19 Pandemic. Aired 2-3p ET
• Nationwide Protests Over George Floyd's Death Continue For 19th Day; Trump Thanks National Guard For Keeping Rule Of Law On Streets; CDC Official: We Know The Pandemic Is Not Over; CDC Issues Updated Guidance As 19 States See Spike In Coronavirus Cases; Dr. Celine Gounder Discusses Spike In Coronavirus Cases; Georgia NAACP President Calls For Atlanta Police Chief To Resign; NASCAR Removing Confederate Flags At Races At Request Of Driver Bubba Wallace. Aired 3-4p ET
• GBI: Brooks Appeared To Point Taser At Police Before Being Shot; Inside Seattle Overtaken By Protesters And Free From Police; Trump Reschedules Tulsa Rally "Out Of Respect" For Juneteenth; Rep. James Clyburn (D-SC) Is Interviewed About Trump Rescheduling Tulsa Rally And On Potential VP Picks For Biden; Protesters Marching In Brooklyn For 19th Day; CDC Warns Pandemic Not Over. Aired on 4-5p ET
• President Donald Trump Delivers Commencement Address At West Point; President Donald Trump Reschedules Tulsa Rally "Out Of Respect" For Juneteenth; CDC Issues New Guidelines As Infections Spike In 19 States; Man Fatally Shot By Police At Fast Food Drive-Thru In Atlanta; Atlanta Councilwoman: We Can't Shut Down The Police Department; Thousands Gather In Paris To Protest Against Police Brutality. Aired 12-1p ET
• Minneapolis Mayor Not In Favor Of Abolishing Police Department; Trump Delivers Commencement Address At West Point; Trump Delays Tulsa Rally After Criticism Over Juneteenth; Dr. Karyn Baum Discusses Spike In Coronavirus Cases In Multiple States; Brazil's Low-Income Areas Hit Hard By Coronavirus; How Camden, NJ, Disbanded Its Police Force and Lowered Crime. Aired 1-2p ET
• Atlanta Man Shot And Killed By Police; Press Conference With Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms (D), Atlanta; Atlanta Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms: Police Chief Stepping Down After Deadly Officer-Involved Shooting. Aired 5-6p ET
• Police Chief Stepping Down After Deadly Officer-Involved Shooting; Video Captures Deadly Officer-Involved Shooting In Atlanta. Aired 6-7p ET


June 12, 2020
• President Trump Snubbed Three Key Officials in Dallas; General Mark Milley Apologize for Joining President Trump in a Photo-Op; Early Lifting of Restrictions Have Consequences; Stock Markets Fears the Uptick in COVID Cases; Re-opening of Economy Putting More People at Risk in Latin America; Africa Not Prepared for Surge in Cases; America In Crisis; United States Cities Prepare For 18th Straight Day Of Protest; Minneapolis City Council To Discuss Dismantling Police Department; What Defund the Police Really Means To Protesters; U.S. Cities Struggling With Budget Crises; Republican Platform Hurts City Budgets; Protesters Demand Confederate Memorials Come Down; Black Lives Matter Movement Spreads Across U.K.; Crowds In London March For Covid Victim; French Police Lay Down Handcuffs To Protest Chokehold Ban; Police Show Under Fire; Coronavirus Pandemic; Recent Spikes Reported In More Than A Dozen U.S. States; Spain Reported No Covid Related Deaths For 4th Day; Covid 19 Fuels Financial Stress Across U.K.; Spain's La Liga Returns To The Pitch After Three Months; Backlash Grows With Cop Shows On TV; Museum Curators Begin Collecting Black Lives Matter Signs. Aired 3-4a ET
• Trump Stands by Decision to Disperse Protestors with Force; U.S. Joint Chiefs Chairman Regrets Role in Photo Op; Key Model Predicts 170,000 U.S. Deaths by October; COVID-19 Fuels Financial Stress Across U.K.; Colombians Struggle with Income Inequality as Cases Rise; U.S. Stocks Plunge Amid Fears of Second COVID-19 Wave; Trump Warns Against 'Falsely Labeling' People as Racists; Controversy over Trump's Planned Juneteenth Rally in Tulsa; Black Lives Matter Movement Spreads Across U.K.; Hong Kong Students Return to School; Museums Finding Ways to Remember COVID-19 Crisis. Aired 12-1a ET
• Black Lives Matter Protesters March for 17th Day; Pres. Trump Talks of Dominating the Streets; Three Top Law Enforcement Officials, All Black, Not Invited; Trump: Using Force on Protesters Like "Knife Cutting Butter"; U.S. Joint Chiefs Chairman Regrets Role in Photo Op; Trump Threatens to Move Military into Seattle; Trump to Hold Rally on Juneteenth in Tulsa, Oklahoma; Trump Steadfast on not Renaming Military Bases; Biden Concerned Trump May Try to Steal Election; Pandemic Rages as White House Task Force Absent; U.S. Surpasses 2 Million COVID-19 Cases as Hospitalizations Rise in Some States; Key Model Projects 170,000 U.S. Deaths By October; Health Experts Stress Importance of Wearing Masks; Johns Hopkins: More Than 2 Million COVID- 19 Cases in U.S.; 2,000+ Complaints Since 2013 Against Minneapolis Police, But Few Officers Have Been Disciplined; Black Lives Matters Movement Spreads Across U.K.; Museums Finding Ways To Remember COVID- 19 Crisis. Aired 2-3a ET
• 19 States See Increase In New Coronavirus Cases; Protesters Throw Fireworks At Police In Portland, Oregon; Trump Defiant As Cultural Change Sweeps U.S. Aired 10-10:30a ET
• Day 17 Of Protests Over George Floyd; Roundtable For Racial Justice Excludes Top Black Leaders; Trump Plans Next Rally In Tulsa; States' Continued Increase In Covid Hospitalizations; U.S. Stocks Plunge As Fears Of Second Wave Rise; Latin American Coronavirus Cases Top 1.5 Million; Trump Warns Against "Falsely Labeling" People as Racists; Confederate Symbols Removed amid Protests for Racial Equality; Long History of Complaints against Minneapolis Police; Crowds in London March for COVID Victim; Backlash Grows with Cop Shows on TV. Aired 1-2a ET
• U.S. Cities Prepare for 18th Straight Day of Protests; President Trump Talks of Dominating the Streets; U.S. Joint Chief's Chairman Regrets Role in Photo Op; Trump Threatens to Move Military into Seattle; Health Experts Warning Pandemic Far From Over; Recent Spikes Reported in More than a Dozen U.S. States; U.S. Stocks Plunge Amid Fears of Second COVID-19 Wave; U.K. Airlines Launch Legal Challenge to Quarantine Rules. Aired 4:00-4:30a ET
• 14 Minneapolis Officers Condemn Chauvin, This Is Not Who We Are; Trump Calls Protesters Domestic Terrorists In No-Cop Zone; CDC Warns Of Increase In Cases In Coming Weeks Amid Reopening. Aired 1- 1:30p ET
• Confederate Symbols Removed Amid Protests for Racial Equality; Trump Opposes Removing Confederate Names from Military Bases; Black Lives Matter Protesters Marched for Another Day; More than 2,00 Complaints Since 2013 Minneapolis Police but Few Disciplined; Controversy Over Trump's Planned Juneteenth Rally in Tulsa. Aired 4:30-5a ET
• Trump Digs in as Cultural Change Sweeps Across U.S.; Trump Defiant about Social Distancing, Masks at Campaign Events; 19 States See Increase in New Coronavirus Cases; Judge Lina Hidalgo Discusses Harris County, TX, Seeing Biggest Spike Yet in Cases; Dr. William Schaffner Discusses Growing Concerns over Coronavirus Resurgence in America; Alicia Andrews, Oklahoma Democratic Party chair, Discusses Growing Backlash to Trump Campaign's Tulsa Rally on Juneteenth, Campaign Requiring No-Sue Waivers, Trump Saying Racism Can Be Solved Quickly, Easily. Aired 11-11:30a ET
• Stocks Open Higher After Selloff; Virus Mutations Not Expected; Chauvin Eligible for Pension; Lawmakers Push Back on Defunding Police; North Korea to Build Forces against U.S. Aired 9:30-10a
• Breonna's Law Passes; Coronavirus Spikes. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• Cuomo Says New York has Lowest Rate of Transmission in U.S.; Restaurants Face New Challenges are Reopening Accelerates; Medical Workers Stage Protests Over Racial Inequality in Healthcare; North Carolina Doctor Says Racism is a Pandemic Too; Dave Chappelle Talks About George Floyd in New Special; Starbucks Now Says Workers Can Wear Black Lives Matter Items; Two Chefs Feeding the Hungry During Coronavirus Pandemic. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• 19 States See Increase in New Coronavirus Cases; Trump Plans to Hold Big Rallies Starting Next Week; Chicago Police Investigating Officers Caught Lounging Amid Looting; Trump Doubles Down on Threats to Intervene in Seattle Protests; Seattle Police Look to Return to Precinct Vacated Due to Protests. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• Congressman Finds 13 Chicago Officers Lounging in His Office as Violence, Looting Continued Around Them; Minneapolis City Council Meets to Decide Fate of Police Department; Officer Accused of Killing George Floyd Could Still Receive Pension; White House Refuses to Disclose Companies That Received COVID-19 Relief; Sen. Tim Scott to Lead GOP's Police Reform; NY Governor Cuomo Holds Press Conference Ahead of Signing Police Reform Legislation. Aired 11:30a-12p ET
• Phoenix, Arizona Mayor Admits Reopened Too Soon as COVID-19 Cases Rise; Schools Prepare for Social Distancing in Fall Despite Inadequate Funding; Starbucks Reverses Position, Allows Black Lives Matter Employee Apparel. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• Trump: Fight Against Bigotry Will "Go Quickly, Very Easily"; Culture Shifts In U.S. Following George Floyd's Death; Starbucks Walks Back Ban On "Black Lives Matter" Apparel. Aired 12:30-1p ET
• President Trump Condemns Some Use of Police Chokeholds; Interview with West Point Graduate Todd Friedman; Minneapolis Police Officers Break Silence to Condemn Death of George Floyd. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• New York Governor Andrew Cuomo About To Sign Police Reform Bills; New York Governor Andrew Cuomo: Local Governments and Police Department Must Enact Reform Plan By April 1st, 2021 To Qualify For State Funding; Growing Concerns Over Coronavirus Resurgence In America; 90-Year-Old Grandma Tries To Shield Grandson In Viral Arrest; Congressman Finds 13 Chicago Officers Lounging In His Office As Violence, Looting Continued Around Them. Aired 12-12:30p ET
• New CDC Guidelines Advise Caution with Travel, Especially Public; Viral Video Shows White California Woman Harassing Filipino- American Woman; State Sen. Audrey Gibson (D-FL) Discusses Trump to Accept GOP Nomination in Jacksonville; Trump Requires Rally Goers to Sign Coronavirus Waiver; Filmmaker Stanley Nelson Discusses Trump Rally in Tulsa on Juneteenth, and the Tulsa Massacre. Aired 1:30-2p ET
• CDC Warns of Increase of Cases in Coming Weeks Amid Reopenings; Officer Says, "I Don't Care" When Black Man Said, "I Can't Breathe"; White House Refuses to Disclose Companies That Received COVID-19 Relief; Merriam-Webster Revised "Racism" Definitional after Request. Aired 2:30-3p ET


June 11, 2020
• Coronavirus to Claim More Americans in the Coming Months; Low Polling Pushes Trump to Have Rallies; Floyd's Death Clamors for Change; U.K. Reaps Ramifications for Late Decisions; America In Crisis; White House Press Secretary Defends President Trump's Tweets; U.S. President's Response To Racial Unrest Muddled; Alarm Over Polls Showing Biden With Lead Over Trump; President Trump, Military Bases Will Keep Confederate Names; Fed Predicts Sluggish Recovery From Pandemic's Impact; Federal Reserve Leaves Interest Rates Unchanged; Coronavirus Pandemic; Weekly U.S. Jobless Report Due In Coming Hours; British Rapper Speaks Out After Police Tase His Dad; How British Tactics Differ From The U.S.; Will Covid-19 Cases In Africa Surge; U.S. Is First Country To Report Two Million Infections; Widely Different Predictions About Virus Spread In Africa; Food System Failing And Pandemic Making It Worse; 81 Killed In Suspected Boko Haram Attack In Nigeria; Obstacles Black Business Owners Face In United States. Aired 3-4a ET
• Reality Police Shows Canceled in Wake of Black Lives Matter Protests; Companies Pledge to Help Promote Racial Justice; Black Business Owners Face Obstacles; Latin America Surpasses 70,000 COVID- 19 Deaths; Experts: COVID-19 Surge Won't Happen in Parts of Africa; Japan's Richest Man: The Image of America is Breaking; Calls for Policing Reform Show Signs of Progress; British Rapper Speaks Out after Police Tase His Dad; U.S. Could See 100K More Deaths by September; Mexico Reports Surge in COVID-19 Cases. Aired 12-1a ET
• Protests, Coronavirus Crisis Affecting U.S.; Experts Raise Concerns as More U.S. States Reopen; Experts Say Opening Too Soon, Low testing Put U.S. at Risk; George Floyd's Brother Urges Police Reform; Trump Adviser Kudlow Says No Systemic Racism in U.S.; U.S. Fed Predicts Sluggish Economic Recovery; Dow Futures Down More than 500 Points. Aired 4-4:30a ET
• Concern As COVID Hospitalizations Increase Yet States Loosen Restrictions; Calls For Policing Reform Lead To Action; How U.S. And U.K. Police Protest Tactics Compare; Possible Structural Changes For U.S. Police Departments; Grim Predictions Of Coronavirus Deaths Come September; Trump Weighing Executive Action on Police Reform; Fed Predicts Sluggish Recovery from Pandemic's Impact; Widely Different Predictions about Virus Spread in Africa; Mexican Medical Workers Struggle to Get Protective Equipment; How a U.S. City Disbanded its Police Force and Started Over. Aired 1-2a ET
• Calls for Policing Reform Show Signs of Progress; U.S. Could See 100K More Deaths by September; Trump Won't Remove Confederate Names from Military Bases; Earlier Lockdown in U.K. Could Have Cut Deaths in Half; Mexico Reports Surge in COVID-19 Cases, Medical Workers Struggle to Get Protective Equipment; Popular Culture Begins Shifting Over Racism Concerns; British Rapper Speaks Out After Police Tase His Dad; Fed Predicts Sluggish Recovery From Pandemic's Impact. Aired 2-3a ET
• Joint Chiefs Chairman Apologizes For Role In Trump Church Photo Op That Began With Brutality Against Peaceful Protesters, Journalists; Senate Panel Votes To Remove Confederate Names From Military Bases. Aired 10-10:30a ET
• Growing Push in U.S. to Remove Symbols of the Confederacy; Trump to Resume Campaign Rallies Next Week; Police Body Cam Shows Black Teen Handcuffed for Jaywalking; Minneapolis Police Chief Pledges Reform; Popular Culture Begins Shifting Over Racism Concerns; First Trump Rally in Months in Tulsa on Juneteenth; Latin America Surpasses 70,000 COVID-19 Deaths; German Prosecutors Have New Evidence in Madeleine McCann Case; NBA Star Fronts Platform to Call Out Voter Suppression; NASCAR Bans Confederate Flags at All Races, Events. Aired 4:30-5a ET
• Family of Javier Ambler Pleads for Justice; Joint Chiefs Chairman Apologizes; Aired 9:30-10a
• U.S. Reckons with Racism as Trump Digs in; Senate Panel Adopted Plan to Remove Confederate Names from Military Bases; More Confederate Statues Come Down After George Floyd Killing; Minneapolis Police Chief Talks About Future of Policing; U.S. Surpasses 2 Million in COVID-19 Cases; Eighteen States See an Increase in New Coronavirus Cases; Pence Deletes Tweet Showing Campaign Staff Not Wearing Masks. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• Top General: Taking Part in Trump Photo-Op Was a "Mistake"; Senate Panel Votes to Remove Confederate Names from Military Bases Despite Trump's Opposition; Critics Hammer Trump Campaign Rally Plan; Trump Heads to Dallas Amid 2 Challenges: A Push for Police Reform & Pandemic; Trump to Meet with Law Enforcement, Faith Leaders in Texas on Concrete Police Reforms; Tulsa Police Release Video of Rough Jaywalking Arrest; Basketball Legend, Jalen Rose, Discusses NBA Superstars Teaming Up to Energize Black Voters. Aired 11-11:30a ET
• Interview With Bozoma Saint John; 20 States See Coronavirus Spikes; Interview With Former U.S. Senator Carol Moseley Braun; Joint Chiefs Chairman Apologizes For Appearing in Lafayette Park With Trump. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• Jalen Rose, Discusses NBA Superstars Teaming Up to Energize Black Voters; U.S. Passes 2 Million Cases as Some States See Spikes; Will Humble, Arizona Public Health Association Director, Discusses Maricopa County Seeing Spike in New Coronavirus Cases; Another 1.5 Million Americans File for Unemployment. Aired 11:30a-12p ET
• U.S. COVID-19 Infections Surpass 2 Million with Number of Hospitalizations on Rise in 12 States; Interview with Former Ferguson Police Chief Delrish Moss; Confederate Statues Downed by Protestors Around the Country. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• #ShareTheMicNow Seeks to Amplify Black Women's Voices; NASCAR Bans Display of Confederate Flags at Races; U.S. Spy Planes Monitored Some George Floyd Protests. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• Tulsa Police Officers Arrest Black Teen For Jaywalking; Minneapolis P.D. To Implement Early Warning System To Identify Police Misconduct; 1.5 Million More Americans File Unemployment; NASCAR Bans Confederate Flags At All Races, Events; CNN: U.S. Spy Planes Monitored Some George Floyd Protests. Aired 12:30-1p ET
• Mark Milley Calls Lafayette Square Appearance a Mistake; Trump Cabinet Officials Continue to Deny Systemic Racism Among Police; Coronavirus Cases Spike in a Dozen States. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• U.S. Reckoning, How Society Has Changed Over Past Two Weeks; Live P.D. Canceled Amid Police Brutality Protests, Unrest. Aired 1- 1:30p ET
• Coronavirus Cases Now Top 2 Million In The United States; Top General: Taking Part In Trump Photo Op Was A "Mistake"; President Donald Trump Texas Visit Amid Growing Calls For Police Reform; Data Shows Texas Seeing Increase In Daily New Cases; New Model Projects 170,000 Deaths By October. Aired 12-12:30p ET
• Dan Abrams, former host of "Live P.D." Discusses Show's Cancellation; Actor Sean Penn Discusses CORE's Mission to Bring Free Coronavirus Testing to New York State; Tulsa Police Handcuff Black Teens for Jaywalking; Tulsa Police Mayor: We shoot Blacks Less Than We Ought To; Interview with Pleas Thompson, President, Tulsa NAACP chapter. Aired 1:30-2p ET
• "Friends" Creator Apologizes for Lack of Diversity; Trump Threatens to "Take Back" Seattle from Protesters; Rep. Raja Krishnamoorthi (D-IL) Discusses House Intel Committee Fears of Foreign Actors Taking Advantage of Unrest in U.S. Aired 2:30-3p ET


June 10, 2020
• George Floyd's Death Let Others Breathe for Justice; Defense Secretary Mark Esper Under President Trump's Skin; U.K. Pushes to Reopen Their Economy; Russia's Spokesman Defend Their COVID Stats; Dr. Anthony Fauci Gave a Stark Warning on Worse Days to Come; Change Is Gonna Come, Sung At George Floyd Funeral; America In Crisis; Young Americans Share What It's Like To Grow Up Black; Calls For Racial Justice As George Floyd Laid To Rest; Iowa City Saw Peaceful Protests After Floyd's Death; Interview With Mayor Quentin Hart (WATERLOO, IA) About The Police And The Residents Of The City Working Together; Waterloo Community Call For Change During Protests; United Nations Urges Billions In Aid As Virus Overwhelms Yemen; U.N. Short Of More Than $1 Billion In Aid To Yemen; President Of Tanzania, Country Is Free Of Covid-19; Coronavirus Highlights Unique Challenges In Africa; Airline Industry Facing Bumpy Rides; NASCAR Driver Unveils Black Lives Matter Car Design; NASCAR Executive Sidesteps Confederate Flag Question. Aired 3-4a ET
• George Floyd Laid to Rest after Emotional Final Memorial; Nineteen States See Spike in Coronavirus Cases over Past Week; Kremlin Defends Coronavirus Response; Trump Pushes Baseless Smear of 75-Year- Old Protestor; Demonstrators Tear Down Statue of British Slave Trader; COVID-19 Cases Growing in South America; China Flexes Military Might Amid Coronavirus Pandemic; La Liga to Resume Season after Virus Forced Suspension. Aired 12-1a ET
• George Floyd Laid to Rest After Emotional Last Memorial; Cries for Racial Justice at Floyd's Funeral; Protests Already Leading to Changes in Policing; Trump Talks of Conspiracy Instead of Addressing Police Reform; Republican Lawmakers Avoid Addressing President's Comments; Investigation Launched into Georgia Primary Voting Delays; Floyd's Death Sparks Protests, Removals of Statues; W.H.O. Clarifies Comments on Asymptomatic Spread. Aired 4-4:30a ET
• More Cities Ban Chokeholds After George Floyd Killing; Trump Declines To Engage With Press As Calls For Action Escalate; U.S. To Fund And Conduct Key Studies On Three Coronavirus Vaccines. Aired 10- 10:30a ET
• George Floyd Laid To Rest After Emotional Last Memorial; President Of Tanzania: Country Is Free Of COVID-19; China Flexes Military Might Amid Coronavirus Pandemic; George Floyd Laid to Rest after Emotional Final Memorial; Protests Lead to Change in Policing; Protester's Friend on "Presidential Brutality"; U.S. Has Not Dealt with Sin of Slavery; World Health Organization Clarifies Comments about Asymptomatic Spread; Yemen Could Suffer Devastating Outbreak. Aired 2-3a ET
• Continued Solidarity Worldwide For George Floyd; Floyd Buried Beside His Mother In Houston; Calls For Police Reform Broaden; Coronavirus Rates Climb In The U.S. As States Ease Lockdown; Asymptomatic Spread Of The Virus; Protect Yourself If You Protest; Airline Industry Losses, Bailouts And Solutions; Wall Street V. Main Street Disconnect; George Floyd Laid to Rest after Emotional Memorial; Trump Pushes Baseless Smear of 75-Year-Old Protester; Family Seeks Answers after Son Dies during Arrest; Americas are Home to Almost Half of Global Cases; China's Power Moves as World Grapples with Pandemic; Strict Measures in Cuba are Curbing Virus Spread; Yemen could Suffer One of the Worst Outbreaks; Senate Confirms First Black Military Chief in U.S. History; Young Americans Share What it's Like to Grow up Black. Aired 1-2a ET
• Martin Luther King III is Interviewed about Police Reform; Corporations Push to Act on Diversity; Three Key Studies on Coronavirus Vaccines. Aired 9:30-10a ET
• Minneapolis Police Chief Pulls Out Of Police Union Negotiations; Democrats And Republicans Craft Legislation To Reform Police; Black Man Says, I Can't Breathe, During Fatal Arrest In Texas. Aired 1-1:30p ET
• Interview With Atlanta Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms; Brother of George Floyd Testifies on Capitol Hill. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• Live Coverage of Philonise Floyd's Testimony Before the House Judiciary Committee; President Considering Police Reform Options; House Republicans Push Back Against Trump's Troop Withdrawal from Germany. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• Democrat Unveil Police Reform Bill, GOP Still Crafting Own Plan; More Cities Ban Chokeholds After George Floyd Killing; Trump Eyes Police Reforms While Ignoring Systemic Racism; Newly Released Video Shows How Black Man Died During 2019 Arrest in Texas; Georgian Officials Call for Investigations After Primary was Plagued By Problems; George Floyd's Death Sparks Both Political and Cultural Changes in the U.S. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• Outrage Over George Floyd's Death Sparks Changes In Entertainment Industry; COVID-19 Cases, Hospitalization On The Rise In Multiple States; Widespread Voting Problems Plague Georgia Primary. Aired 12:30-1p ET
• George Floyd's Brother Pleads for Police Reform on Capitol Hill; Interview with Rep. Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) Speaker of the House on Police Reform and the Chaotic Georgia Elections. White House Defends Trump's False Conspiracy Tweet on 75-year-Old Protester. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• House Judiciary Committee Holds Hearing on Police Practices, Accountability; Minneapolis Police Chief Holds News Conference. Aired 11-11:30a ET
• Minneapolis Police Chief Announces Department-Wide Change; Police Chief's Statement May Make Officers' Defense More Difficult; Interview with Ludacris. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• Minneapolis Police Chief Holds News Conference; Mayor Jane Castor (D), Tampa, FL Discusses Chief Arradondo's Press Conference On Reforming Police. Aired 11:30a-12p ET
• Minneapolis Police Chief Says His Rookie Officers Should Rise Above The Lack Of Humanity; George Floyd's Brother Pleads With Lawmakers: Make The Necessary Changes That Make Law Enforcement The Solution; Ohio Lawmakers Introduce Bill To Declare Racism A Public Health Issue; Republicans Dodge On Trump's Latest Controversial Tweet; Trump Advisers To Present Police Reform Initiatives In Coming Days. Aired 12-12:30p ET
• Dr. Fauci Calls Out WHO On 'Rare' Asymptomatic Spread Claims; Arizona Activates Emergency Plans As COVID Cases Rise Across 12 States; Puritan Medical Products Discarded Swabs Produced During Trump Visit; HBO Pulls "Gone With The Wind" Because Of Racial Depictions; What The Original Police Report On Floyd Death Said. Aired 1:30-2p ET
• Fauci Praises Rapid Response Toward Vaccine; U.S. States Reopening Despite Fears Of More Infections; U.K. Reopening Nonessential Retail On Jun 15; Virus Aggressively Spreads In Latin America; China Flexes Military Might Amid Coronavirus Pandemic; Trump Criticized For His Response To Floyd's Death; Young Americans Share What It's Like To Grow Up Black. Aired 4:30-5a ET
• Police Accuse Gangs & Locals In Riots, Contradicting Trump Claims;; Friends Of Elderly Activist Shoved By Buffalo Police Are Speaking Out; A Look At Reopening Of States Across The Country; Bob Garber, Major League Soccer Commissioner, Discusses Leagues Returning On July 8th; Trump: Will Not Remove Confederate Leader Names From Bases. Aired 2:30-3p ET


June 09, 2020
• George Floyd Laid to Rest; Bill Proposed in Memory of George Floyd; President Trump's Rating Continue to Decline; Economists Declare Recession in the U.S.; Coronavirus Pandemic, Coronavirus Confirmed Cases And Death Globally; U.S. Reopens Further As 22 States See Cases Uptick; Growing Fears Protests Are Spreading The Virus; Covid-19 Emergency Measures Stopped Millions Of Cases; Brazil Under Fire Over Virus Reporting As Cases Top 700,000; Moscow Takes First Step To Full Reopening This Month; Satellite Images Hint Virus Was In Wuhan From August; North Korea Halting Communications With Seoul; Hong Kong Chief Executive, City Can't Stomach More Chaos; U.S. Prosecutors Seek Interview With Britain's Prince Andrew About Jeffrey Epstein; Cubans Welcome Doctors Back From Italy; Doctors Return To Cuba After Helping Fight Virus In Italy; Anti-Racism Protests; George Floyd's Death Sparks Global Demonstrations; BTS And Fan Group Raise $2 Million Plus For Black Lives Matter; America In Crisis, Venus Williams, Racism Is Not Only A Black Issue. Aired 3-4a ET
• Thousands Mourn George Floyd at Houston Memorial; Minneapolis City Council Votes to Dismantle Police Department; New York City Enters First Phase of Reopening; WHO: Asymptomatic COVID-19 Spread Deemed "Rare"; North Korea Ends Communication with South Korea; U.S. Prosecutors Seek Interview with Prince Andrew over Epstein Link; Trump Paying a Price for Response to Protests; U.K. Becomes the New 'Sick Man of Europe'; Doctors Return to Cuba after Helping Fight Virus in Italy; Cigarette Smuggling Booming in South Africa; George Floyd's Death Sparks Global Demonstrations. Aired 12-1a ET
• Protests Over George Floyd's Death Enter Third Week; Thousands Mourn George Floyd at Houston Memorial; Minneapolis City Council Votes to Dismantle Police Department; Democrats Propose Sweeping Police Reforms in New Bill; Trump Opposes Growing Calls to Defund the Police; Trump to Relaunch Campaign Rallies as Poll Numbers Dip. Aired 4-4:30a ET
• Trump Paying A Price For Response To Protests; Caught On Camera: Police Chase Ends In Death Of Black Man; State News: Korea Halting Communications With Seoul; Thousands Mourn George Floyd at Houston Memorial; Minneapolis City Council Votes to Dismantle Police Department; New York City Enters First Phase of Reopening; Travelers to U.K. Must Self-Isolate for Two Weeks; WHO: Asymptomatic COVID-19 Spread Deemed "Rare". Aired 2-3a ET
• Policing The Police: Debates Over Law Enforcement Reform In The U.S.; George Floyd Laid To Rest In Houston; Analysis Of The Weight And Influence Of Police Unions; Optimism On Wall Street, U.S. Recession Now Official; Coronavirus Update: Worldwide Covid Deaths Reach 400,000; Prince Andrew's Team Not Cooperating in Investigations on Jeffrey Epstein; Fatalities Show No Sign of Slowing in Latin America; Former U.S. Military Officials Publicly Critical of Trump; U.K. Becomes the New "Sick Man of Europe"; Indian Teen Cycled Injured Father 1,200 km Home. Aired 1-2a ET
• W.H.O. Says World Sees Highest Reported Number of New Cases; U.S. CDC Says Most States Fail to Fully Report COVID-19; Study: Lockdown Measures Prevented Up to 60 Million Cases in U.S.; Moscow Takes First Step to Full Reopening this Month; Police in California Called on Man for Dancing; Caught on Camera a Police Chase Ends in Death of Black Man; U.S. Prosecutors Seek Interview with Britain's Prince Andrew about Jeffrey Epstein. Aired 4:30-5a ET
• Trump Questions the Shoving of a Buffalo Protester; Concern over Rush to Vaccine; DOJ Focuses on Protest Violence; Mother of Shooting Victim Speaks Out. Aired 9:30-10a ET
• More Cases of Deadly Police Arrests Caught on Camera; Some Americans Call to Defund Police Forces in Wake of George Floyd's Death. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• Did Not Air 2-3p ET
• Did Not Air 3-3:30p ET
• President Trump Tweets Martin Gugino Conspiracy Theory with Ties to Russian Propaganda; George Floyd Aided Christian Ministry; Interview with Houston Rockets' Thabo Sefolosha. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• Soon, Funeral for George Floyd in Houston; Protesters Call for Tough Conversations on Race, Justice, Policing in America; Rashad Robinson, Color of Change President, Discusses Racial Justice Change, Defunding Police, Congressional Legislation; New Disturbing Video of Another Black Man Dying in Custody in Austin; Trump Attacks Elderly Man Shoved by Buffalo Police. Aired 11-11:30a ET
• Ex-Officer's Lawyer Blames Bystanders For Not Helping Floyd; Deadly Arrest In Texas Captured On Body Camera; U.S. Army Weights Removing Confederate Names From Bases. Aired 10-10:30a ET
• Lawyer for Fired Rookie Cop: Bystanders Didn't Help Floyd Either; Confusion over WHO Message on Asymptomatic Spread of Coronavirus; Soon, Funeral Service for George Floyd in Houston; Ebony Morgan, of CAHOOTS, Discusses Alternative Models of Policing. Aired 11:30a-12p ET.
• Did Not Air. 3:30-4p ET


June 08, 2020
• Diverse, Peaceful Crowds Protest in NYC; Car Rally Joins Peaceful Protests in L.A.; Colin Powell Criticizes President Trump's Leadership; White House Considering a Plan for Trump to Address Nation; 'New York Times' Editor Resigns Over Op-Ed Controversy; Tropical Storm Cristobal Makes Landfall in Louisiana; GOP Senator Mitt Romney Joins Protestors in Washington; Demonstrations Spreading to More Cities Worldwide; New Zealand Says It Has Zero Active Cases of COVID-19; New Documentary Chronicles Rise and Fall of Lance Armstrong. Aired 12-1a ET
• Police Reform Bill on its Way to Capitol Hill; Systemic Racism a Stain from the Past; Youth's Voice a Megaphone of the Future; Tropical Storm Cristobal Brings Heavy Rain; OPEC Agrees to Extend Cut; Growing Calls to Defund Police Departments; New Zealand's Preemptive Action Paid Off; Incoming Travelers Compelled to Self-Quarantine in U.K. New York's COVID Cases Slowing Down. Aired 3-4a ET
• George Floyd Memorial Today, Funeral Tomorrow In Houston; New York City Begins Phase One Reopening Today. Aired 10-10:30a ET
• Protests Call for Change on 13th Day of Protests; Trump Administration Officials Say No Systemic Racism in U.S. Policing; White House Considering Plan for Trump to Address Nation; Gen. Colin Powell Says He's Voting for Democrat Joe Biden; Minneapolis Mayor Booed After Refusing to Defund Police; Demonstrations Spread to More Cities Worldwide; Thousands March in Solidarity in London; . Aired 4- 4:30a ET
• U.S. House Democrats To Propose Police Reforms; Thousands Of Protesters Fill Hollywood Boulevard; White House Considering A Plan For Trump To Address Nation; Colin Powell Criticizes Trump For Handling Of Unrest; New Zealand Says It Has Zero Active Cases Of COVID-19; Tropical Storm Cristobal Makes Landfall In Louisiana; Experts: Implicit Bias Affects How Minorities are Treated; Demonstrations Spreading to More Cities Worldwide; A Portrait of Courage; Stock Markets in Asia Mostly Mixed. Aired 1-2a ET
• Thousands March In Spain In Solidarity With George Floyd; Protesters Pull Down Statue Of 17th Century Slave Trader; Thousands Rally Against West Bank Annexation; Peaceful Protest Against Racism and Police Brutality Demands for Change; White House Plans to Address the Nation; Colin Powell Criticizes President Trump's Handling of the Nationwide Protests; Minneapolis City Council Plans to Disband Police Department; New York Celebrates Flattening the Curve While Latin American Countries Reports High Number of Deaths; Visitors to U.K. to Self-Isolate for 14 Days; Governor of Tokyo Answers Questions Regarding Tokyo Olympics. Aired 2-3a ET
• New York City Begins "Phase One" Reopening Today; Experts Worry Mass Protests Could Lead to a Spike in COVID-19 Cases; U.S. Cities Roll Out Plans to Reform and Regulate Police; Ex-Officer Charged with Murder in George Floyd's Death; George Floyd Memorial Today, Funeral Tomorrow in Houston; New York City Begins Phase One Reopening Today. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• Soon, Fired Police Officer Faces Murder Charge in Court; Majority of Minneapolis City Council Wants Police Defunded; George Floyd Public Viewing in Houston This Afternoon; House & Senate Democrats Unveil Sweeping Police Reform Bill; Dr. Tracie Keesee, Co- Founder & SVP, Center for Policing Equity, Discusses Rebuilding Trust Between Police & Communities. Aired 11-11:30a ET
• Interview With Bun B; New York Starts Reopening Process; Democrats Unveil Police Reform Bill; Derek Chauvin Appears in Court. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• New 2020 Poll Numbers; Rise in New Coronavirus Cases; New Focus on Racial Injustice. Aired 9:30-10a
• New York City Begins Phase One of Reopening; 22 States See Rises in New Cases in the Past Week; New CNN Poll Shows trump Approval at 38 Percent, Worst Since January 2019; NFL Chief Says We Were Wrong for Not Listening to Players on Racism; Top Brands Condemn George Floyd's Death and Vow to Fight Racism; Angry White Man Confronts Black Lives Matter Protesters. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• Democrats Propose Policing Bill as Trump Poll Numbers Fall; Live Coverage of Democrats' Justice in Policing Act. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• New York Begins Phase One Of Reopening Today; CNN Poll: Trump Approval At 38 Percent, Worst Since January 2019; Minneapolis City Council Announces Intent To Dismantle Police Dept. Aired 12:30-1p ET
• Gen. Colin Powell Rebukes Trump Response to Nationwide Protests; NY Governor Cuomo Gives Update on Coronavirus Response, George Floyd Protests & Police Reform, Impact of Protests on Coronavirus; Dr. Lamar Hasbrouck Discusses Impact of Protests on Coronavirus Spread. Aired 11:30a-12p ET
• George Floyd Memorial in Houston Today; Derek Chauvin in Court for Bail Hearing; Interview with Protestor Samantha Francine. Aired 2- 2:30p ET
• CDC Raises Alarm About Social Distancing In Protests; Mayors Want To Transform Minneapolis Police Department, Not Abolish It; President Donald Trump Hosts Law Enforcement Roundtable At White House; Cities Grapple With How To Reform, Regulate Police; Trump Administration Officials Deny Systemic Racism In Law Enforcement. Aired 12-12:30p ET
• Thousands Attend George Floyd's Public Visitation In Houston; CNN Poll Shows Trump's Approval Falls To 38 Percent Amid Pandemic, Protests; New York City Reopens Today After Months Of Grief. Aired 1- 1:30p ET
• Retired Navy Captain Accidentally Live-Streams Racial Slurs; Texas Governor Abbott Speaks Outside George Floyd Memorial Service In Houston; Prosecutors: Man Who Drive into Protesters Was KKK; Ivanka Trump Blames "Cancel Culture" For Cancelled Speech; Rep. Joyce Beatty (D-OH) Discusses Congressional Bills For Police Reform. Aired 1:30-2p ET
• CNN Poll: Trump's Approval Falls To 38 Percent Amid Pandemic, Protests; White House Considers A Trump Speech To The Nation On Race & Unity; A.G. Barr: No Systemic Racism In Policing; Trump Mocks Romney For Joining Black Lives Matter Protest; Dr. Peter Hotez Discusses Experts Fear Trump May Release Vaccine Too Early To Help Campaign; Military Spouses March In Support Of Black Lives Matter. Aired 2:30-3p ET
• Hard-Hit New York on Track to Reopen Monday; CDC Monitoring U.S. Protests for Impact on Pandemic; Travelers to U.K. Required to Isolate for Two Weeks; Spain reports One New Death in Three Consecutive Days; Tel Aviv Protesters: Palestinian Lives Matter; Tropical Storm Cristobal Makes Landfall in Louisiana; Asian Stocks Rise as U.S. Jobs Data Shows Improvement. Aired 4:30-5a ET


June 07, 2020
• Huge Protests across America against Brutality, for Equality; Tens of Thousands Protest Peacefully in D.C.; Black Lives Matter Supporters Gathering around the Globe; George Floyd Remembered near North Carolina Birthplace; Black Sheriff to Police: "We Are Part of the Problem"; Thousands in Los Angeles Protest Peacefully; Protests Increase Fears of Coronavirus Spread; Louisiana Issues Storm Evacuation Orders for Several Parishes; Viral Moment from Houston Protest Friday Night. Aired 12-1a ET
• Huge Protests across America against Brutality, for Equality; Groups Pushing to Defund or Disband Police; George Floyd Remembered near North Carolina Birthplace; National Guard Could Leave D.C. Monday; Trump Threatened Active Duty Forces to Stop Protests; Bundesliga Players Support Black Lives Matter; Parents Talk to Kids about Race. Aired 1-2a ET
• Huge Protests across America against Brutality, for Equality; Philadelphia Protesters Take to Iconic "Rocky" Steps; Black Lives Matter Supporters in Berlin Hold Silent Protest; Tensions Heat Up at London Protest; Barr Denies Order to Clear D.C. Protesters; Trump Threatened Active Duty Forces to Stop Protests; Brazilian Government Hides Cumulative Case and Death Totals; JHU: More than 40K Deaths in U.K.; Louisiana Issues Storm Evacuation Orders for Several Parishes. Aired 2-3a ET
• Huge Protests Across America Against Brutality, For Equality; Thousands In Los Angeles Protest Peacefully; Groups Pushing To Defund Or Disband Police; Black Lives Matter Supporters Gathering Around The Globe; Black Lives Matter Supporters In Berlin Hold Silent Protest; Fewer Police On Day 12 Of U.S. Mass Protests; Buffalo Officers Plead Not Guilty In Assault Of Elderly Man; Brazilian Government Hides Cumulative Case And Death Totals; JHU: More Than 40K Deaths In U.K. Aired 3-4a ET
• Philadelphia Protesters Take To Iconic "Rocky" Steps; Huge Protests Across America Against Brutality, For Equality; Black Lives Matter Supporters Gathering Around The Globe; International Crisis Group Statement On U.S. Protests; Louisiana Issues Storm Evacuation Orders For Several Parishes; India Sees Largest Single-Day Spike With 10K-Plus Cases Of COVID-19; National Guard Could Leave D.C. Monday. Aired 4-5a ET
• Protests Against Racism Organized Around The World; Barr Defends Use Of Crowd Control Before Trump Church Photo-Op; House Democrats To Unveil Legislation To Combat Police Brutality. Aired 3-4p ET
• Caravan of Protesters Traveling to LAPD Headquarters; New York City Lifts Curfew Early Amid Peaceful Protests; Trump Clashes with Colin Powell Over Handling of Protests; AG William Barr Defends Forceful Clearing of Protesters; Tropical Storm Cristobal to Make Landfall in Louisiana; Protests Swell in U.S. Ahead of George Floyd Funeral. Aired 4-5p ET
• 13th Day Of Protests From Big Cities To Small Towns Across U.S.; Tropical Storm Cristobal To Make Landfall in Louisiana; Caravan Of Protesters Travel From Compton To LAPD Headquarters. Aired 6-7p ET
• Thirteenth Day of Protest Across the U.S. for the Death of George Floyd; House Democrats to Introduce a New Police Reform Bill; Tropical Storm Cristobal Expected to Make Landfall in Louisiana; Trump Hits Back at Colin Powell After CNN Interview; Trump Reportedly Wanted 10,000 Active Duty Troops in D.C.; Gregg Popovich Delivers Emotional Message on Racism; Minneapolis City Council Announces Intent to Disband Police Department; Caravan of Protesters Heads to LAPD Headquarters. Aired 5-6p ET
• Jake Tapper's Interview With Colin Powell; Police Under Fire For Excessive Force, Lack Of Accountability; New York Mayor Lifts Curfew After Night Of Large Peaceful Protests; Protests Against Racism Organized Around The World. Aired 2-3p ET


June 06, 2020
• Miami Moves Up Curfew; Video Shows Officers Push Elderly Man to the Ground; Multiple Law Enforcement Agencies Working Protests as Trump Defends Calls to "Dominate" Protests with the Military; Trump Invokes George Floyd in Self-Aggrandizement; Americans Protest Racism, Police Killings for 11th Straight Night; George Floyd's Death Places Focus on Police Policies; Protests over Police Brutality Spread Worldwide; Brazil's Bolsonaro Threatens to Quit WHO as Cases Soar; Tokyo Officials Warn Olympics Might Be Slimmed Down in 2021; NFL Commissioner Admits League Was Wrong for Not Listening to Players. Aired 12-1a ET
• Los Angeles Protesters Encourage Voter Registration; Video Shows Officers Push Elderly Man to the Ground; Former Trump Aides Accuse Him of Dividing America; Black Lives Matter Supporters Rallying in Australia; Protests in Mexico after Man Dies in Police Custody; Economic Disparity Persists between White and Black Americans; Calls for Justice as New Police Incidents Emerge; Global Protests Increase Fears of Coronavirus Spread; Over-the-Counter Heartburn Drug May Ease COVID-19 Symptoms; CEOs Speak Out against Racial Inequality. Aired 1- 2a ET
• Americans Protest Racism, Police Killings for 11th Straight Night; Calls for Justice as New Police Incidents Emerge; White House Defensive about Clearing Protesters from Park; Protests over Police Brutality Spread Worldwide; Los Angeles Protesters Encourage Voter Registration; Trump Invokes George Floyd in Self-Aggrandizement; Brazil's Bolsonaro Threatens to Quit WHO as Cases Soar; Over-the- Counter Heartburn Drug May Ease COVID-19 Symptoms; Global Protests Increase Fears of Coronavirus Spread; NFL Commissioner Admits League Was Wrong for Not Listening to Players. Aired 2-3a ET
• Americans Protest Racism, Police Killings for 11th Straight Night; Buffalo Mayor Blames Police Union for Mass Resignations; Many U.S. Cities Staging Protests; Trump Invokes George Floyd in Self- Aggrandizement; Global Protests Increase Fears of Coronavirus Spread; Top Swedish Scientist: COVID-19 Strategy Could Have Been Better; Protests over Police Brutality Spread Worldwide; Black Lives Matter Supporters Demonstrate in London; Tokyo Officials Warn Olympics Might Be Slimmed Down in 2021; Lance Armstrong: "Gained the World but Lost His Soul." Aired 3-4a ET
• Americans Protest Racism, Police Killings For 11th Straight Night; Area Near White House Designated "Black Lives Matter Plaza"; White House Defensive About Clearing Protesters From Park; Protests Over Police Brutality Spread Worldwide; Canadian Prime Minister Takes A Knee; U.S. Reports Increased COVID-19 In 21 States; Top Swedish Scientist: COVID-19 Strategy Could Have Been Better; The Race For A COVID-19 Vaccine. Aired 4-5a ET
• Protests Continue Take Place Across U.S. In Wake Of Death Of George Floyd At Hands Of Police; Two Buffalo, New York, Police Officers Plead Not Guilty To Assault Charges For Pushing 75-Year-Old Man To Ground; May Jobs Report Might Have Misclassifications Distorting Unemployment Numbers; Memorial For George Floyd Held In Raeford, North Carolina; NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell Issues Statement Supporting Protests. Aired 2-3p ET
• Two Buffalo Officers To Be Arraigned Today On Assault Charges; Memorial Services For George Floyd In North Carolina; Protests Against Excessive Police Force & Racism Spread Worldwide; Misclassification Error Makes Unemployment Rate Look Better; Trump Touts Jobs Report As Protests, Unrest Sweep The Country; NFL Commissioner Condemns Racism And Systematic Oppression; Moments Of Unity In Nationwide Protests Bring Hope For Change; Race To Find COVID-19 Vaccine Intensifies. Aired 11a-12p ET
• Fifty-Seven Buffalo Officers Leave Unit After Two Suspended For Shoving Elderly Protester To The Ground; Two Buffalo Officers Plead Not Guilty To Assault Charge, Released Without Bail; Washington Braces For Protesters Demanding Justice; Minneapolis Votes To Implement Choice Hold Ban Among Other Reforms; Misclassification Makes Jobless Rate Look Better Than Reality; Some Demonstrations Across Mexico Turn Violent. Aired 12-1p ET
• Police Tactics Face Scrutiny As Demonstrators Demand Justice; Police Under Fire For Excessive Force And Lack Of Accountability; New York Braces For Protesters Demanding Justice; Soon, Memorial Service For George Floyd In North Carolina; Peaceful Protesters Gather In London Demanding Change; Traveling Pianist Shares Message Of Hope Through Music; Dr. Uche Blackstock Of Advancing Health Equity Discusses University Of Alabama Football Players Testing Positive, Health Disparities. Aired 1-2p ET
• Protests Underway Across The U.S. For 12th Day; Crowds Swell In D.C. In What Could Be Biggest Day Of Protests Yet; Jon Batiste Leads Musicians On March Through Manhattan; Two Buffalo Police Offices Plead Not Guilty To Assaulting 75-Year-Old Protester Shoved To Ground; Memorial Service For George Floyd In North Carolina. Aired 3-4p ET
• Thousands March Across America For Black Lives; Floyd Family Gathers For Memorial Amid 12th Day Of Protests Across U.S.; Protests Underway Across The U.S. For The 12th Day; Protesters Take A Knee In Atlanta; Protests Continue In Minnesota. Aired 4-5p ET
• Protests Underway Across The U.S. For 12th Straight Day; Protesters Rally For Justice In Name Of George Floyd; NFL Commissioner Says He Was "Wrong" About Player Protests. Aired 6-7p ET
• Crowds Swell In Washington, D.C.; Protests Across L.A; Thousands Protest In Los Angeles; Nationwide Protests A Crisis Test For Trump; A.G. Bill Barr Distancing Himself From Tear-Gassing Protesters Outside St. John's; San Francisco Protesters March Across Golden Gate Bridge. Aired 5-6p ET
• Tens Of Thousands March Across America For Black Lives; D.C. Mayor Requests All Out-Of-City National Guard Leave; Protesters In NYC Street Despite Curfew. Aired 10-11p ET
• Protesters March Across America For Black Lives; New York Curfew In Place As Protesters Keep Marching; Protests Underway Across The U.S. For 12th Night; Officers Plead Not Guilty To Assault Of Elderly Protester; U.S. Coronavirus Death Toll Approaches 110,000; Musicians Join Protesters, Spread Message Of Hope And Change. Aired 11p-12a ET


June 05, 2020
• Police Responsible for George Floyd's Death Appears in Court; Thousands Gather for Floyd's Funeral; Hong Kong Defies Rule to Commemorate Tiananmen Square Crackdown; President Trump Overreaction in Riots; Day 10 Of Protest Remains Largely Peaceful; First Of Several Memorials For George Floyd Held Thursday; Minneapolis Mayor Seen Sobbing At Floyd's Memorial Service; America In Crisis, Protesters Across The United States Demand Social Justice; Black Americans Hit Hard By Coronavirus, Unemployment; Arbery's Shooter Used Racial Epithet; Center For Disease Control Director Under Fire; Coronavirus Pandemic; NBA Plans To Restart Season July 31; Iran Frees Navy Veteran In Deal With United States; Iranian Medical Doctor Released By U.S.; Families Concerned About Americans Jailed In Iran; Vladimir Putin Approves State Of Emergency Over Fuel Spill; Emergency In Norilsk Area After Fuel Poured Into Arctic River. Aired 3-4a ET
• Day 10 of Protests Remains Largely Peaceful; Mourners Honor Floyd, Demand Racial Justice at Memorial; U.S. Lawmaker Grill CDC Director Over COVID-19 Response; Two Coronavirus Studies Retracted Over Data Questions; George Floyd's Passenger: He Did Not Resist; Investigator: Evidence of 'Racist Attitude' Towards Arbery; Thousands Defy Hong Kong Ban to Attend Tiananmen Square; NFL's Drew Brees Apologizes for 'Insensitive' Comments. Aired 12-1a ET
• Three of Four Ex-Officers Arraigned in George Floyd's Death; First of Several Memorials to George Floyd Held Thursday; George Floy's Passenger Said He Did Not Resist; Interview with Opal Tometi, Cofounder, Black Lives Matter, Protests Over Death of George Floyd and Arrests of the Police Officers; CDC Director Says Protesters Should Be Tested for Coronavirus; Economists Say U.S. Unemployment Could Approach 20 Percent. Aired 4-4:30a ET
• Tenth Night Of Protests Across U.S. Over George Floyd's Death; U.S. Gains 2.5 Million Jobs, Unemployment Rate Drops To 13.3 Percent; Investigator Says, Suspect Used Racial Slur After Fatally Shooting Arbery. Aired 10-10:30a ET
• Mourners Honor Floyd, Demand Racial Justice At Memorial; Bail Set For 3 Officers Charged In Floyd's Death; Abrams: Response To Racism Is Multi-Generational; Day 10 Of Protests Remains Largely Peaceful; Two Coronavirus Studies Retracted Over Data Questions; Economists: U.S. Unemployment Could Approach 20 Percen; Mourners Honor Floyd, Demand Racial Justice at Memorial; Investigator: Evidence of "Racist Attitude" Towards Arbery; Trump Meets Campaign Aides as Reelection Fears Rise; NFL's Drew Brees Apologizes for "Insensitive" Comments. Aired 1-2a ET
• Day 10 Of Protests Remains Largely Peaceful; Europeans Protest In Solidarity With U.S.; Police: New Suspect In Madeleine McCann's Disappearance; Three of Four Ex-Officers Arraigned in George Floyd's Death; Protests Have Erupted Around the World After the Death of George Floyd Under Police Custody; New Details Emerge About the Death of Ahmaud Arbery; CDC Director Says Protesters Should be Tested For Coronavirus; War-torn Yemen Could Suffer One of the Worst Outbreaks from the Coronavirus; Russia Declares State of Emergency After Massive Oil Spill in the Arctic Circle. Aired 2-3a ET
• Day 10 of Protests Remains Largely Peaceful; Protesters Across U.S. Demand Social Justice; Investigator Says Evidence of Racist Attitude Toward Arbery; Iran Frees Navy Veteran in Deal with U.S.; Putin Approves State of Emergency Over Fuel Spill; Street Artists Paint Tributes to George Floyd Worldwide; Crump: The Fight for Every Victim is a Fight for America's Soul. Aired 4:30-5a ET
• Mattis Condemns Trump as Threat to Constitution; Black Unemployment Rate Rises; Montel Williams is Interviewed about Military Use by Trump. Aired 9:30-10a
• Interview with Rep. Hakeem Jeffries (D-NY); Universal Studios Opens in Florida Though Cases on the Rise; Heartburn Drug May Help COVID-19 Recovery. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• Interview With Killer Mike; Minneapolis Votes to Ban Police Choke Holds. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• Minneapolis City Council to Hold Emergency Meeting Today; Key Witness Describes Moments Before George Floyd's Death; Officers in Buffalo, New York, Suspended After Shoving 75-Year-Old Man; Protesters in the U.S. Have Peaceful Protests Nationwide After First Memorial for George Floyd; Trump Shares Letter Calling Protesters "Terrorists"; Shocking New Details Emerge in Ahmaud Arbery's Killing. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• Trump Touts New Jobs Numbers; Minneapolis City Council to Hold Emergency Meeting on Police Future; 2 Buffalo Police Officers Suspended after Shoving 75-Year-Old Man to Ground; Trump Speaks on Sharp Turnaround in U.S. Jobs After Historic Losses; Trump's Morning Tweets Focus on GOP Senators; GOP Sen. Susan Collins to Stay in D.C. as Trump Visits Maine; Trump Tweets He'll Campaign Against GOP Sen. Murkowski, Support "Anyone Who Has a Pulse"; New Polls Give Biden Electoral Advantage. Aired 11-11:30a ET
• General John Kelly Says I Agree with Mattis on Trump; Black Lives Matter Message Is Painted on Road to The White House; Protests Around the Country Keep Pressure Up for Systemic Change; Universal Orlando Reopens. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• House Dems To Unveil Legislation On Combating Police Brutality; NFL Players Challenge League In Black Lives Matter Video; Rep. Ocasio- Cortez Debates Primary Challengers. Aired 12:30-1p ET
• Interview with President of Houston Police Officers' Union Joe Gamaldi; Former White House Chief of Staff John Kelly Agrees with Jim Mattis That Trump is Threat to Constitution; Interview with Montgomery County Councilmember Will Jawando. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• New Polls Give Biden Electoral Advantage; Former Military Leaders Condemn Trump's Protest Response; NY Governor Cuomo Gives Update on Coronavirus Response, Talks George Floyd Protests, Buffalo Police Officers Shoving 75-Year-Old Man. Aired 11:30a-12p ET
• Trump Departs White House For Maine; 2 Officers Suspended After Shoving Elderly Man To The Ground; Former Military Leaders Condemn Trump's Protest Response; Gen. John Kelly: I Agree With Mattis On Trump. Aired 12-12:30p ET
• City Where Floyd Killed To Vote On Emergency Police Changes; West Wing Frustrated By Melania Trump's Messaging; Cops Suspended After Pushing Elderly Man During Protest. Aired 1-1:30p ET
• Atlanta Hawks Coach, Lloyd Pierce, Discusses Being Black in America; Black Flight Attendant Shares Conversation with White CEO; High-Profile Cases of Black Americans Killed by Police; Several Alabama Football Players Test Positive for Virus; Trump Administration Ends Social Distancing. Aired 1:30-2p ET
• Martin Davidson, of University of Alabama, Discusses Video of Buffalo Police Shoving Elderly Man; Broadway Stage Manager, Cody Renard Richard, Discusses Racism He's Encountered Backstage; Trump Administration Ends Masks, Social Distancing; CDC Survey: 1/3 of People Used Bleach, Other Risky Cleaning Behavior to Fight Virus; Sharp Turnaround in U.S. Jobs, Stock Gains After Historic Losses. Aired 2:30-3p ET


June 04, 2020
• Did Not Air 12-1a ET
• Protesters Got What They Want; General James Mattis Broke His Silence; One's Mistake, Everybody's Punishment; America In Crisis; NFL's Brees, Never Agree With Disrespecting The Flag; Protesters In San Francisco Chant No Justice, No Peace; Coronavirus Pandemic; U.S. Facing Rise In Virus Cases Due To Protests; Corporate America Responds To Floyd's Death; Softbank Launches $100 Million Fund For Entrepreneurs Of Color; Justin Trudeau Speechless Of Trump's Protest Response. Aired 3-4a ET
• Protesters Out In Force in Cities Across the U.S.; All Four Ex-Officers Charged In George Floyd's Death; National Guard and Protesters Face Off in Washington; Obama: Feel Hopeful Even as You May Fee Angry; Former U.S. Defense Secretary Mattis Denounces Trump; Esper Breaks with Trump on Using Military to Quell Protests; Boris Johnson Says Racism Has No Place in Our Society; Protests Over Killing of George Floyd Spread Worldwide; SoftBank Fund to help Companies Led By People of Color. Aired 4-4:30a ET
• Largely Peaceful Protests Across U.S. After Ex-Officers Charged; Former Defense Secretary Issues Scathing Rebuke Of Trump; Michigan Sheriff Puts Down Helmet, Walks With Protesters. Aired 10- 10:30a ET
• Nearly 100 Arrested in New York as Protesters Defy Curfew; All 4 Fired Officers Arrested and Charged in George Floyd's Killing; Futures Down as 1.9 Million More Americans Filed for Unemployment Last Week; Key Witness in Floyd's Death Speaks Out for the First Time; All Four Fired Officers Arrested and Charged in George Floyd Killing; Three Charged in Ahmaud Arbery's Murder Face Court Hearing; Former Defense Secretary James Mattis Says Trump Tries to Divide the Country. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• Large Protests Fill Streets in Many American Cities; NFL Brees: Never Agree with Disrespecting the Flag; Protesters Demand Justice, Fair Policing; Teammate Rips Brees for Anti-Kneeling Comments; 16- Year-Old Tennis Star Condemns Silence Against Racism; Hong Kong's Legislative Session Suspended Following Scuffle; Kareem Abdul-Jabbar Calls for Rush to Justice in Op-Ed; Houston Rockets Player Says It's Time for Action; Duchess of Sussex Speaks After Floyd's Death. Aired 4:30-5a ET
• Protests Out in Force in Cities across the U.S.; All Four Officers Charged in George Floyd's Killing; Former Defense Secretary James Mattis Slams Trump as Threat to Constitution; Floyd's Death Sparks Global Protests. Aired 2-3a ET
• Did Not Air 2-3p ET
• Did Not Air 3-4p ET
• Trump's Protest Response Leaves Trudeau Speechless; Obama's Message of Hope; Police Ban Vigil Marking Tiananmen Square Protests; German Officials: New Suspect in Madeleine McCann Case; Brazil to Test Potential Vaccine Developed by Oxford; NFL's Brees: Never Agree with Disrespecting the Flag. Aired 1-2a ET
• Military Leaders Condemn Trump; Minnesota Elevates Charge against Ex-Officer; Court Hearing in Arbery Case; Fauci Comments on Schools for the Fall; New Video of Sarasota Officer Kneeling on Man's Neck in May. Aired 9:30-10a ET
• George Floyd's Body Arrives at Memorial Site; Memorial in Minneapolis Today for George Floyd; 3 Former Officers Charged in Floyd's Death in Court Today; Former Baltimore State's Attorney, Marilyn Mosby, Discusses How Freddie Gray Case Offers Lessons to Minneapolis Prosecutors; 1.9 Million More Americans Filed Initial Jobless Claims Last Week; Former Defense Secretary James Mattis Issues Strong Rebuke of Trump; Trump Mad at Current Defense Secretary Mark Esper. Aired 11-11:30a ET
• Interview with Genesee County, Michigan Sheriff Chris Swanson; American Situation Weakens Authority Abroad; NFL Quarterback Drew Brees Apologizes for Anthem Comments. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• 3 Fired Officers Making Their First Court Appearance Today; NYT: Black Workers Now Facing Higher Economic Risks; Barr: Confident "Justice Will Be Served" In George Floyd Case. Aired 12:30-1p ET
• Protesters March Through New York City; Drew Brees Apologizes for "Insensitive" Remarks on Anthem Protests; Fauci Says It's Time to Think About Reopening Schools; White House Releases Results of Trump's Annual Physical; Virginia Governor to Have Robert E. Lee Statue Removed. Aired 11:30a-12p ET
• Memorial In Minneapolis Today For George Floyd; George Floyd's Memorial To Take Place On Monday In Houston; Court Hearing For Three Charges In Ahmaud Arbery's Murder; Preliminary Hearing For Suspects In Ahmaud Arbery Killing; GBI Agent: Travis McMichael Reportedly Used Racial Epithet Moments After Shooting. Aired 12-12:30p ET
• George Floyd's Brother to Attend New York City Memorial; Military Leaders Condemn Trump Over His Response to Protests; Drew Brees Apologizes After Backlash Over Flag Comments. Aired 1-1:30p ET
• Sport Journalist, Jemele Hill, Discusses Drew Brees Apologizing for Anthem Protest Remarks & Broncos Coach Apologizes for Saying no Racism in NFL; Murkowski Breaks with GOP, "Struggling" to Support Trump in 2020; Soon, Memorial Service in Minneapolis for George Floyd. Aired 1:30-2p ET


June 03, 2020
• Did Not Air 12-1a ET
• Did Not Air 1-2a ET
• One Man's Death Shakes the World; People of Color Bears the Signature of Discrimination; Good and Bad Apples Seen in Police Departments; One Photo-Op Isn't Enough for President Trump; Canadian Prime Minister Speechless for 21 Seconds; President Trump Facing Backlash Over Church Appearance; Joe Biden Rips Trump Over Church Photo Op; Former U.S. President Speaks Out On George Floyd's Death; CNN Investigates Extremists' Role In Protests; America In Crisis; Federal Officials Say They've Seen Indications Extremists May Be Taking Part In Riots, But Haven't Provided Evidence; Minnesota Governor Blames Outsiders For Destruction; CNN Found 80 Percent Of Weekend Arrests Were Locals; Questions About Organized Groups Among Protesters; The Role Of Antifa In Protests Over George Floyd's Death; Protest During A Pandemic; NYC Medical Workers Clap In Solidarity With Protesters; Coronavirus Pandemic; Top U.S. Expert Cautiously Optimistic About Vaccine; Officials Warn Protests Could Lead To More Infections; GOP Forced To Seek New State For RNC. Aired 3-4a ET
• Eight Night of Protests Over George Floyd's Death; Peaceful Protests in Washington Turn Violent; Quieter Night in New York After Chaotic Monday; Minnesota Capitol Protests Remain Peaceful; Australian Journalist Attacked by Police in Washington; The World Reacts to U.S. Unrest; Thousand Protest Racism and Police Brutality in Paris. Aired 4-4:30a ET
• Eighth Night of Protests Over George Floyd's Death; Religious Leaders Express Outrage, Slam Tear Gassing; What Will the Protests Mean to Trump in November; Trudeau Hesitant to Criticize Trump Over Protests; Broncos' Head Coach Says, I Don't See Racism in the NFL; Facebook CEO Tries to Explain Stance on Trump Posts; Stimulus Measures, Economic Reopening Boost U.S. Stocks; Washington Man Shelters Dozens of Protesters. Aired 4:30-5a ET
• Peaceful Protesters Defy Curfews On Eight Night Of Demonstrations; Defense Secretary Esper Speaks Amid Nationwide Protests. Aired 10-10:30a ET
• New York Mayor Says Protests Largely Peaceful with Earlier Curfew; Some Protesters Clash with Police Near White House; Minnesota Launches Civil Rights Probe of Minneapolis Police; Defense Official: Esper and Milley "Got Had" By Trump Regarding Church Photo-Op; Defense Secretary Mark Esper Defends the Use of National Guard to Quell Protests; Former Joint Chiefs of Staff "Sickened" to See Violence Used to Clear Path for Trump Church Visit. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• Trump Facing Backlash Over Church Appearance; Facebook Employees Outrage Over Inflammatory Trump Posts; Mexico Reports Largest One-Day Increase In New Cases. Aired 2-3a ET
• Police Chief Marches with Faith Leaders; Governor Apologizes to CNN Reporter; Sports Figures Demand Justice; Arrests During Protests in LA. Aired 9:30-10a
• President Trump Defends Decision to Pose with Bible at Church; Trump Blames Democratic Governors, Says He Could Solve the Protest Problem Fast; Mark Esper: I Do Not Support Using Active Duty Forces to Quell Protests. Aired 11-11:30a ET
• Three Other Officers Involved in George Floyd's Death Charged; Interview With NAACP President Derrick Johnson. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• Secretary Esper Claims Not Aware of Church Photo Op; Interview with Coral Gables Police Chief Ed Hudak; Interview with Anti-Racism Activists Tamika Mallory and Tim Wise. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• Officer Arrested for Floyd's Death Now Charged with 2nd Degree Murder And 3 Other Officers Charged with Aiding and Abetting; Any Minute now Minnesota AG to Announce New Charges in Floyd's Death. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• Minnesota Attorney General to Make Significant Announcement on Additional Charges Made in George Floyd's Case. Aired 11:30-12p ET
• Floyd Family Visits Site Of George Floyd's Death. Aired 12:30- 1p ET
• Announcement Imminent from Minnesota Attorney General Keith Ellison; Three Officers to Be Arrested and Charged, Second-Degree Murder for Derek Chauvin; Minnesota Law Should Favor Second Degree for Derek Chauvin. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• George Floyd's Family Arriving At The Site Of His Death; Minnesota Attorney General To Make Significant Announcement Early This Afternoon; Decision Made On Additional Charges In George Floyd Case. Aired 12-12:30p ET
• Decision Made On Other Officers Involved In Floyd's Death; Derek Chauvin Charged With Third-Degree Murder; Sources Say, Defense Chief Esper On Shaky Ground As Attempts To Distance Himself Received Poorly By White House. Aired 1-1:30p ET
• Decision Imminent On Additional Charges In Floyd's Death; Trump "Not Happy" With Esper's Attempt To Distance Himself; Trump Claims Tear Gas Wasn't Deployed For Photo Op, Despite Eyewitness Video. Aired 1:30-2p ET
• Officer Arrested For Floyd's Death To Be Charged With Second- Degree Murder, Three Others To Be Charged. Aired 2:30-3p ET


June 02, 2020
• Protests and Anger Grows Over George Floyd's Death Under Police Custody; Floyd Protests Hark Back to 1968 U.S. Civil Unrest; President Trump Threatens Military Force if Violence Isn't Stopped; Corporate Community Donating to Fight Racism in United States; China Calls Racial Discrimination in the U.S. a "Social Ill," Adding "Black Lives Matter" and Human Rights Should be Protected; Young Sports Stars Speak Out After George Floyd's Death; Moments of Light Amid a Week of Chaos; Looters Take Advantage of the Chaos; Curfews Fell on Deaf Ears; Police Makes Way for POTUS' Photo-Op; Police Chief Kicked Out Over Protestor's Death; Story Repeats Itself. Aired 3-4a ET
• Did Not Air 1-2a ET
• Protests Erupt For Seventh Day After Trump Threatens Military Action; Video Shows Car Striking NYPD Officer Amid Unrest; Joe Biden Speaks On Civil Unrest, Nationwide Protests. Aired 10-10:30a ET
• Protest Turn Violent In New York, Stores Looted; Facebook Employees Stage Virtual Walkout Over Trump Posts; Police Officers Join Protesters In Show Of Solidarity; Religious Leaders Condemn POTUS' Photo-Op; Widespread Looting in NYC before and after Curfew; Atlanta Police Take a Knee with Protesters; Trudeau: Racism is Real in North America; Protesters in Denver Break Curfew, Pay Tribute to George Floyd. Aired 2-3a ET
• Peaceful Protests Tear-Gassed For Trump Church Photo Op; Public Memorials For George Floyd Announced; Trump Threatens To Use Military To Dominate Protesters. Aired 1-1:30p ET
• Louisville Police Chief Fired; Protests Intensify in Atlanta; Dozens Arrested for Looting in Los Angeles; White Supremacists Pose as ANTIFA; Royce White is Interviewed about Leading Peaceful Protests in Minneapolis. Aired 9:30-10a
• Peaceful Protesters Tear Gassed for Trump Church Photo Op; Video Shows Car Striking NYPD Officer Amid Unrest; George Floyd's Brother Calls for Peaceful Protests; Two Autopsies Say George Floyd's Death was Homicide; Four-State Governors Declined Defense Secretary's Request for Additional National Guard Members to D.C.; Trump Threatens Military Action to Stop Violent Protests; Protesters Tear-Gassed for Trump Church Photo-Op. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• Major Protests Continue Nationwide. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• White Supremacist Group Poses As "Antifa" On Twitter; Gov. Cuomo "Disappointed," "Outraged" At Looting Overnight; Primary Voting Happening Today Amid Protests, Pandemic. Aired 12:30-1p ET
• Live Coverage of Joe Biden Speech; Protest Movement is Unifying Diverse Voices; Interview with Detroit Police Chief James Craig. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• Major Protests Underway in Los Angeles, NYC, Washington; Bishop Says Trump Used Church and Bible for Message Antithetical to Jesus; Minnesota Governor Announces Investigation into Minneapolis Police Department; Protesters March in George Floyd's Hometown of Houston. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• Night in New York Dominated by Looters; Barriers Up in D.C.'s Lafayette Park Today; Interview with Former Missouri Highway Patrol Captain Ron Johnson. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• Louisville Police Chief Fired After Business Owner Killed; Peaceful Protesters Tear-Gassed For President Donald Trump Church Photo-op; President Donald Trump Allies In Congress React To President's Handling Of Protests; Former Minneapolis Mayor: I Know Our Cops Have A Problem; World Health Organization: 133 Potential Coronavirus Vaccines In The Works. Aired 12-12:30p ET
• Trump Threatens Military Action to Stop Violent Protests; Peaceful Protesters Tear Gassed for Trump Church Photo Op; Joe Biden Speaks Out in Contrast of Trump; Two Autopsies Say George Floyd's Death was Homicide; George Floyd's Bother Calls for Peaceful Protests. Aired 11-11:30a ET
• Episcopal Bishop Outraged Over Trump Church Photo Op; At Least 21 States See More COVID-19 Cases as Country Reopens; New York City Sets Earlier Curfew to Stop Widespread Looting. Aired 11:30-12p ET
• Trump Threatens to Use Military to Dominate Protesters; Peaceful Protesters Tear Gassed for Trump Church Photo Op; Amid Chaos, Moments of Unity Among Police and Protesters; Protesters Gather Near Police Headquarters in New York City and Los Angeles. Aired 1:30-2p ET
• Protests Underway in Los Angeles, New York City and Washington. Aired 2:30-3p ET


June 01, 2020
• Total Pandemonium Seen in U.S. Capital; Domino Effect of Floyd's Death Palpable from Around the Globe; People are Calling to Stop Racial Injustices; Anger and Protests Erupt Across United States Over the Death of George Floyd Under Police Custody; Fighting Coronavirus Pandemic Across the Americas; United States Has a Long History of Protesting Racial Injustice; Police Officer Empathizes with Front-Line Protesters. Aired 3-4a ET
• Floyd Killing Jolts U.S. with Peaceful Protest and Overnight Riots; Two Atlanta Cops Fired for Excessive Force Against College Student; Peaceful Demonstrations Turn Violent in Nation's Capital; National Guard Called in to Assist Police in Philadelphia; Police Officers Kneel in Solidarity with Protests; Mayors Try to Calm Shaken Communities; Target Temporarily Closing some Stores Amid Protests; In Brazil, Rare Anti-Government Protest Amid Pandemic. Aired 4-4:30a ET
• Sixth Night Of Mass Protests Across U.S. Over Death Of George Floyd; Violent Clashes Overshadow Peaceful Protests Across U.S. Aired 10-10:30a ET
• Pope Blesses Faithful Publicly for First Time Since March; Floyd Killing Jolts U.S. with Peaceful Protest and Overnight Riots; Minneapolis PD Chief Sued in 2007 Claiming Department Tolerated Racism; NYC Protests Turn Violent, After Largely Peaceful Sunday; Trucks Deployed to Limit Access to Chicago Business District; Evictions Loom as State Rend Freezes Expire; Message of Change Resonating Globally After Floyd Killing; Michigan Shariff Puts Down His Weapon, Marches with Protesters. Aired 4:30-5a ET
• Extensive Protest Aftermath Today Across the Country; COVID-19 Treatments Entering Human Trial Phase; Interview with Kareem Abdul- Jabbar. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• U.S. States Protest Over George Floyd's Death; Peaceful March Becomes Violent in Washington; Chief of Police of Minneapolis Talks to the Floyd Family; Man Drove Truck into Protesters Arrested; Two Atlanta Police Officers Fired; Los Angeles County in State of Emergency; Conflict Between Law Enforcement and President Trump on Who is Inciting Violence. Aired 2-3a ET
• Sixth Night of Mass Protests Across U.S. Over Death of George Floyd; National Security Adviser Tells CNN He Doesn't Think There's Systemic Racism in the U.S.; Around 4,000 Arrested Nationally Since the Death of George Floyd. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• National Guard Called into Philadelphia; Sixth Night of Protest over Floyd Death; Owners Watched Looters Destroy Pharmacy; White House Reaches out to Black Leaders. Aired 9:30-10a
• President Trump Slams Governors, Tells Them to 'Dominate' Protesters; American Unrest. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• MN Gov: Curfews Being Extended, National Guard Will Stand Down. Aired 12:30-1p ET
• Trump to Speak with Governors as Anger Rages; Protests for Justice Seen in All 50 States; Source: WH Reaching Out to Black Leaders for a "Listening Session"; President Obama on Nationwide Unrest: "Let's not Excuse Violence". Aired 11-11:30a ET
• Live Coverage of George Floyd's Brother's Prayer Vigil; Interview with Martin Luther King III; Trump Requests Governors Respond to Protests with Increased Force. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• Virginia Police Chief Joined Protesters; Minneapolis Police Chief Says 3 Officers Were Complicit in Floyd' Death; Attorney on Independent Autopsy Says Police Were the Reason for Floyd's Death; Floyd Family Attorney Announces Their Autopsy Results. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• Protests Erupt Across U.S. over George Floyd's Death; Trump Admin Blames Left-Wing Group for Protest Violence; Experts Fear Virus Could Spread During Mass Protests; A History of Protesting Racial Injustice. Aired 1-2a ET
• Solidarity Protests Pop Up In Cities Around The World; Businesses Coast To Coast Reeling From Violent Protests, Looting; President Donald Trump Takes Brutal Tone With Some Governors; Former Vice President Joe Biden Calls For Unity In Meeting With Community Leaders On Protests; Former President Barack Obama: State & Local Leaders Matter Most In Reforming Justice System. Aired 12-12:30p ET
• Trump On Call With Governors: Most Of You Are Weak; Nearly 500 Arrested During Minneapolis Protests This Weekend. Aired 1-1:30p ET
• Derek Chauvin's First Court Appearance Postponed; Minneapolis Police Chief Talks To Floyd Family For First Time; George Floyd's Family Arrives At Memorial Site; George Floyd's Brother Leads Prayer Vigil At Site Of Death. Aired 1:30-2p ET
• Trump On Call With Governors: Most Of You Are Weak; Nearly 4,000 Arrested Nationally Since Death Of George Floyd; Health Experts Fear Protest Will Cause Cases To Spike; Florida Keys Reopen As Hurricane Season Starts. Aired 2:30-3p ET
• Tracking the Role of Extremists in Violent Protests; COVID-19 Threat Looms during Nationwide Protests; Medical Groups: Racism is a Public Health Issue. Aired 11:30a-12p ET


May 31, 2020
• Fire And Fury Spread Across U.S. In Fifth Night Of Protests; National Guard Deployed To Los Angeles; NYPD: 120 Arrests And Counting; Protesters Beg Looters And Vandals To Stop Violence; Philly: Officers Injured, Dozens Arrested; Almost 25,000 New U.S. Coronavirus Cases In 24 Hours; England Removes Restrictions On "Extremely Vulnerable"; SpaceX-NASA Launch. Aired 2-3a ET
• Police Clear Downtown Minneapolis Streets; Fire And Fury Spread Across U.S. In Fifth Night Of Protests; Virus Fears Spread As Protesters Crowd Streets; Civil Rights Icon John Lewis Appeals For Peaceful Protest; National Guard Deployed To Los Angeles; Dangers Of The Knee-To-Neck Technique; Remembering George Floyd; Detecting COVID- 19 In Wastewater; SpaceX-NASA Launch. Aired 3-4a ET
• New York Governor: Inequality Has To Be Addressed; Fire And Fury Spread Across U.S. In Fifth Night Of Protests; Police Clear Downtown Minneapolis Streets; New York City Poised To Reopen In Two Weeks; Post-Violence Curfews Imposed On At Least 25 U.S. Cities; Miami Sees Around-The-Clock Protests; England Removes Restrictions On "Extremely Vulnerable"; SpaceX-NASA Launch. Aired 4-5a ET
• Philadelphia Mayor Denounces What He Calls Anarchists for Looting; White House Staff Told to Avoid Coming into Work Due to Protests; Heavy Police Response in Minnesota Following Violent Protests; National Guard Deployed to Los Angeles After Violence, Looting; Aired 4-5p ET
• Pain, Outrage and Desperation Spill Out into the Streets of America. 7-8p ET
• Sixth Day Of Mass Protests In States Around The U.S.; Trump Threatens To Classify Antifa As Terrorist Organization; White House Staff Advised To Avoid Coming To The White House. Aired 5-6p ET
• Protests Erupt For Sixth Day Following Death Of George Floyd; Six People Shot, One Killed Overnight In Chicago. Aired 6-7p ET
• Anger And Frustration Spills Across The Country For A Fifth Night; At Least 13 States Activate National Guard Amid Violent Protest; Video Shows NYPD Vehicle Driving Through Protesters. Aired 5- 6a ET


May 30, 2020
• Outrage Spills across America; U.S. Leads the World in Coronavirus Deaths; Trump Pulls Funding from WHO; Minnesota Governor Holds Press Conference. Aired 2-3a ET
• Outrage Spills across America; Andrew Young, Former Atlanta Mayor and Former Ambassador to the United Nations, on Civil Rights in the U.S.; U.S. Leads the World in Coronavirus Deaths. Aired 3-4a ET
• Outrage Spills across America; U.S. Leads the World in Coronavirus Deaths; Trump Pulls Funding from WHO. Aired 4-5a ET
• First Launch Of Astronauts From U.S. Soil In Nine Years; A First For Space: Private Company Launches Astronauts From U.S. Soil; President Trump In Florida For SpaceX Launch. Aired 3-4p ET
• Protests Erupt Across U.S. Following Death Of George Floyd; Sen. Amy Klobuchar (D-MN) Is Interviewed About The Protests Following The Death Of George Floyd; Tensions Rise In Chicago; Trump Tweets Provocative Comments After Protesters Clashed With Secret Service Outside White House; Trump Suggests D.C. Mayor Refused To Allow Metro Police To Assist Secret Service During Protests At White House. Aired 4-5p ET
• Protests Erupt Across The U.S. Following The Death Of George Floyd; Philadelphia Mayor Institutes Mandatory Citywide 8 P.M. To 6 A.M. Curfew, Per Police; MN Gov: I'm Mobilizing National Guard To Shut Down Violence On Streets. Aired 6-7p ET
• Minnesota Governor Announces Full Mobilization Of State's National Guard; Protests Erupt Across U.S. Following Death Of George Floyd; Los Angeles Mayor Declares 8 P.M. Curfew; Protesters And Police Clash In Los Angeles; Chicago Protesters Vandalize Police Cars. Aired 7-8p ET
• Trump Addresses Protests Erupting Across U.S.; Trump Tweets Provocative Comments After Protesters Clashed With Secret Service Outside White House; Protests Get Tense In Chicago; Protests Heating Up In Los Angeles; Protesters Gather In New York's Time Square. Aired 5-6p ET
• Continuing Protests Around The United States; Chicago Police Clash With Protesters; Protests Erupt Across U.S. Following Death Of George Floyd; Atlanta Mayor Sets Curfew For 9:00 P.M. To Sunrise. Aired 8-9p ET
• Minnesota Imposes Curfew To Reduce Potential Riots; Minnesota Authorities State Agitators From Out Of State Joining Riots; National Guard Mobilized To Combat Riots In Minnesota; U.S. Attorney General William Barr Speaks About Riots In Wake Of Death Of George Floyd; Law Enforcement Officer Shot And Killed During Riots In Oakland, California; CNN Center Building In Atlanta Damaged By Demonstrators. Aired 2-3p ET
• Did Not Air. 5-6a ET


May 29, 2020
• Minneapolis Police Precinct Burning Amid Protests Over Death of George Floyd; Protests Spreading Over the Death of George Floyd. Aired 12-1a ET
• Police Precinct Burns in Minneapolis Amid Protests; Violent Protests Over Death of George Floyd; Floyd's Brother Demands Justice; Twitter Responds to Trump's Tweet on Minnesota; Trump Signs Executive Order Targeting Social Media; California Records Most New Cases in 24 Hours. Aired 4-4:30a ET
• George Floyd's Death Resulting To Burning Police Department and Some Businesses Nearby; President Trump On Signing An Executive Order Against Social Media; President Trump On New Measures On China; France On Reopening Some Businesses; George Floyd's Death Spark Nationwide Outrage; President Trump Threaten to Intervene in Minneapolis; CDC Warns Coronavirus Will Claim More Lives; Latin America Reaps What They Sow. Aired 3-4a ET
• George Floyd's Death Sparks Outrage Across U.S.; National Guard Activated as Protests Grow in Minneapolis; CDC Projects 123,000 Plus U.S. Deaths by June 20; Role of Social Media in Protest Movements; Mixed Signals, Misleading Messages from Top Officials; Diplomatic Backlash to China's National Security Law in Hong Kong. Aired 1-2a ET
• Violent Protest Over Death of George Floyd; Minneapolis Police Precinct on Fire Amid Protests; COVID-19 Takes Deadly Toll on African Americans; China's Hong Kong National Security Law Triggers Backlash; Brazil Sets Record with 26,000+ New Cases in One Day; Countries in Europe Go Ahead with Further Easing; England to Ease Restrictions as Cases Decline; Parks, Beaches, Lakes to Reopen Across France. Aired 4:30-5a ET
• Did Not Air 12-1a ET
• Fires, Protests In Minneapolis As Outrage Spreads Across U.S.. Aired 10-10:30a ET
• Fires, Protests in Minneapolis After Third Night of Protests; CNN Reporter and Crew Released After Being Arrested in Minneapolis; Governor of Minnesota Apologizes to CNN for the Arrest of its Reporter; Trump Calls Minnesota Protesters "Thugs". Aired 9-9:30a ET
• Anger and Protests Continue to Rage in Minnesota Over Death of George Floyd Under Police Custody; Minneapolis Mayor Speaks Amid Violent Protest; Minneapolis Police Precinct Burns As Protest Grow; Brazil Sets Record With 26,000+ New Cases In One Day. Aired 2-3a ET
• Trump Calls Protesters Thugs; CDC Projects More than 123,000 Deaths by June 20th; Fires and Protests in Minneapolis. Aired 9:30- 10a
• Interview With Minnesota State Senator Jeff Hayden; Minneapolis Police Officer Charged With Third-Degree Murder. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• Anger Rages Across America Over Floyd's Death In Custody; Stars, Activists Demand Arrests And Charges In Floyd's Death; Officer Who Knelt On George Floyd Taken Into Custody. Aired 1-1:30p ET
• Soon, Minnesota Governor to Hold News Conference Amid Minneapolis Unrest; CNN Reporter, Crew Released after Being Arrested in Minneapolis & Minnesota Governor Apologizes; Mayor Melvin Carter (D-St. Paul) Discusses Minneapolis Unrest, Business Damaged in St. Paul & Trump Comments about Looters; Trump Suggests Shooting Minneapolis Looters; Twitter Censors Trump Tweet on Minneapolis Unrest; Minneapolis Mayor: "Trump Knows Nothing About the Strength of Minneapolis"; 15 States See Rise in Coronavirus Cases; NY Governor Signs "No Mask, No Entry" Executive Order. Aired 11-11:30a ET
• Trump Twitter Dispute Escalates; CDC Predicts 23,000 Additional COVID-19 Deaths in Next Three Weeks; Interview with Minnesota Star Tribune Video Journalist. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• Officer Charged With 3rd Degree Murder and Manslaughter; Trump Fails to Mention Minneapolis and Protests; Actor Uses Comedy to Address Serious Issue. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• Governor Tim Walz Speaks Amid Protests, Violence in Minnesota. Aired 11:30a-12p ET
• Minnesota Attorney General: The Wheels Of Justice Must Turn Swiftly; Minnesota Attorney General: Floyd's Death "Is Absolutely Intolerable"; Minnesota Governor: "My Expectation" That Justice In Floyd's Death Will Be "Swift"; Minnesota Governor: Protesters "Should Expect More Than Words"; Minnesota Governor: My First Responsibility Is Safety Of All Citizens. Aired 12-12:30p ET
• Fired Minneapolis Police Officer Derek Chauvin Taken into Custody; Biden Speaks on George Floyd's Death; Nightclub Owner Gives Details about Officer Arrested. Aired 1:30-2p ET
• Former Minneapolis Police Officer Derek Chauvin Charged with 3rd-Degree Murder in Death of George Floyd; Trump Tries to Clean Up, "When the Looting Starts, Let the Shooting Start" Comment; Interview with Marquez Claxton, Director, Black Law Enforcement Alliance; Trump Holds News Conference Amid Protests, Pandemic; Trump Announces He's Terminating U.S. Relations with WHO; Trump Announces Hong Kong Is No Longer Autonomous from China, Will No Longer Receive Special Treatment. Aired 2:30-3p ET
• MN Gov: My First Responsibility is Safety of All Citizens. Aired 12:30-1p ET
• Derek Chauvin Taken Into Custody; Live Coverage of Minneapolis Prosecutor Press Conference; Interview with Martin Luther King III. Aired 2-2:30p ET


May 28, 2020
• Coronavirus in the U.S. Has Now Taken More Than 100,000 Americans; Protest Spark Over African-American's Brutal Death; Dr. Fauci Says Wearing a Mask Saves Others; Latin Countries Now the New Epicenter of Coronavirus; China's NPC Approves New Law for Hong Kong; China Approves Security Law For Hong Kong; Russian Doctors Facing Hostility; Coronavirus Pandemic, Britain To Formally Review Lockdown Measures; Boris Johnson, Cummings On Controversy A Political Ding- Dong; England To Launch Coronavirus Test And Trace System; Sweden's Unique Approach Yield Hope, Controversy; Sweden Breaks Status Quo With Relaxed Measures; Care Homes Account For About Half Of Sweden's Deaths; Moscow To Ease Restrictions From June 1; Russia's frontline Doctors Facing Hostility, Mistrust; Russian Doctors Decry Shortages, Rise In Hostility; U.S. Jobless Claims Last Week Forecast To Climb By 2.1 Million; European Union Proposes $825 Billion Rescue Plan; Coronavirus Stimulus Package; U.N. Predicts 70 Percent Drop In Tourism In 2020; Easy Jet To Lay Off A Third Of Its Employees; Launch Scrubbed, SpaceX Postpones Historic Launch Due To Bad Weather. Aired 3-4a ET
• Leading Experts: Masks Prevent Spread of Coronavirus; Fauci: Good Chance for Vaccine by End of Year; Scientists: Six Feet May Not Be Enough; Trump Distractions a Sharp Contrast to JFK's Message; Remembering Some of the 100K Americans Who Died; Brazil Reports 1,000+ Deaths, 20K+ Cases in One Day; Protests Intensify in Minnesota Over George Floyd's Death; Russia's Frontline Doctors Facing Hostility, Mistrust, Pandemic Brings Unique Challenges to Bangladesh Brothel; Tabitha Brown Shares Message of Joy and Hope Amid Pandemic. Aired 12- 1a ET
• U.S. Death Toll Surpasses 100,000; Second Day of U.S. Protests Over George Floyd's Death; Chinese Premier Give Rare Press Conference; China Approves Plans for Security Law for Hong Kong; Latin America Becomes New Epicenter as Cases Spike; British Prime Minister Says Inquiry into Cummings Would Be Waste of Time. Aired 4-4:30a ET
• Virus Kills More Than 100,000 Americans In Less Than Four Months; Violent Protests Erupt In Minneapolis Over George Floyd's Death. Aired 10-10:30a ET
• U.S. Death Toll Surpasses 100,000; Economic Fallout Hitting U.S. Small Business Owners; U.S. Jobless Claims Last Week Forecast to Climb by 2.1 Million; Protests Intensify Over George Floyd's Death; Pompeo Says Hong Kong No Longer Autonomous from China; Remembering Some of the 100,000+ Americans Who Died. Aired 4:30-5a ET
• U.S. Death Toll Surpasses 100,000; Trump Silent On U.S. Surpassing 100,000 COVID-19 Deaths; Trump To Announce Executive Order Against Social Media; Protests Intensifies In Minnesota Over George Floyd's Death; China Expected To Approve Security Law For Hong Kong; The Devastating Story Behind the U.S. COVID-19 Death Toll; Economic Fallout Hitting U.S. Small Business Owners; Ethics of Profiting from a Vaccine the World Needs; Latin America Now the Outbreak's Epicenter; SpaceX Postpones Historic Mission Due to Bad Weather; Troy Deeney Shares Concerns over Premier League Restart. Aired 1-2a ET
• European Union Proposes $825 Billion Rescue Plan; China Expected To Approve Security Law For Hong Kong; Protests Intensify Over George Floyd's Death; U.S. Death Toll Surpasses 100K; Remembering Some of the 100K Americans Who Died; Brazil Reports 1,000+ Deaths, 20K+ Cases in One Day. Aired 2-3a ET
• George Floyd's Death Sparks Protests; Over 40 Million Americans Filed for Unemployment; Minority-Owned Businesses Suffer; Twitter Fact-Checks Trump. Aired 9:30-10a
• Coronavirus Cases Rising in 16 States; Outrage Grows Over George Floyd's Death. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• Science Experts: Change in Behavior More Crucial Than a Vaccine; Coronavirus Kills More Than 100,000 Americans in Less Than 4 Months; Violent Protests Erupt in Minneapolis Over George Floyd's Death. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• Interview with Harvard Professor of Health Communication Vish Viswanath; New Law in China Threatens Hong Kong Freedom; Interview with Montgomery, Alabama Mayor Steven Reed. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• Protests over George Floyd Death Turn into Riots, Looting; U.S. Passes 100,000 Deaths; Dr. Crystal Watson Discusses U.S.'s 100,000 Coronavirus Deaths, CDC Releasing Return-to-Work Guidelines. Aired 11- 11:30a ET
• Minneapolis Mayor Calls George Floyd's Death "Murder"; Coronavirus Taking Deadlier Toll On African-American In U.S.; Minneapolis Officials Speak On Protests After George Floyd's Death. Aired 12:30-1p ET
• Trump Shifts Culture Wars As 100,000+ Die in The U.S.; President Trump to Sign Executive Order Targeting Social Media; COVID Takes A Disproportional Death Toll on African Americans; 40 Million People File for Unemployment Since Mid-March. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• Minneapolis U.S. Attorney & FBI Investigating Death of George Floyd; NY Governor Cuomo Gives Update on Coronavirus Response; Chris Rock, Rosie Perez Team Up with Cuomo on "Wear A Mask" Message. Aired 11:30a-12p ET
• Protests Continue in Minneapolis Today Following the Death of George Floyd; U.S. COVID-19 Deaths Reach 100,000 as Social Distancing May Need Increase; Interview with Presidential Historian Jeffrey Engel. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• New Yorkers Chris Rock & Rosie Perez Discuss Impact On Minorities; New York Governor Andrew Cuomo Defends Decision To Send COVID Patients To Nursing Homes; 40 Plus Million Americans File For Unemployment Benefit In 10 Weeks; Former Vice President Joe Biden Offers Condolences As U.S. Deaths Tops 100,000; George Floyd's Death Triggers Violence, Fires, Looting. Aired 12-12:30p ET
• Riots Erupt Over Demands That Cops Be Charged In Death; Trump Tweets Sympathies, Stokes Cultural Wars As 100,000+ Die. Aired 1-1:30p ET
• Pennsylvania Democrats Accuse GOP Colleagues of Coverup After Hiding Coronavirus Diagnosis; State Rep. Brian Sims (D-PA) Discusses GOP Members Silent on Colleague Testing Positive; Trump to Sign Executive Order to Reign In Social Media after Twitter Fact-Check; Trump Executive Order Targets Communications Decency Act, Section 230; Zuckerberg CEO Blasts Twitter Fact-Checks, Dr. Dave Montgomery Discuss the Controversy over 6-Feet Social Distancing & Why COVID-19 Disproportionately Affects African Americans. Aired 1:30-2p ET
• Interview with Council of Economic Advisers Chair Kevin Hassett on Economy, Unemployment; Rosanne Cash's Daughter Verbally Assaulted over Mask; Sen. Tim Kaine, Wife Tested Positive for Coronavirus in March; Boston Announces Cancellation of Marathon; Update on Coronavirus Responses Around the World. Aired 2:30-3p ET


May 27, 2020
• President Trump Mocks Joe Biden for Following Health Expert's Advice; Health Experts Looking at Brazil's Spike in Cases; Protests Erupted in Hong Kong Amid a Pandemic; P.M. Boris Johnson No Plan to Oust Dominic Cummings; Coronavirus Pandemic; Tourism In Crisis, Saving The Summer Season; Floor Trading Resumes At New York Stock Exchange; Asian Markets At This Hour; All Three Major U.S. Indexes Closed Higher On Tuesday; President Macron Announces $8.8 Billion Auto Industry Bailout; Renault To Announce Cost-Cutting Plan This Week; Spain Starts 10-Day Long Mourning For Covid-19 Victims; Spain Attempts To Save Summer Tourism Amid Covid-19; Hotels Prepare For The Future Of Hospitality; Hotel Rethink Service As Guest Stay Home; Migrant Workers In Lebanon Hit By Crisis; Dubai Allows Cinema And Gyms To Reopen; Mosque To Reopen In Saudi Arabia Starting May 31; Middle East Countries Begin To Ease Confinement Measures; Lebanon's Lockdown Pushes Migrants Workers To the Streets; SpaceX Prepares For Historic Launch; The Controversies And Conquest Of Elon Musk. Aired 3-4a ET
• CDC Warns Antibody Tests Could be Wrong Up to Half the Time; NYSE Floor Reopens with Changes After Shutdown; Ten Vaccine Candidates Now in Human Trials; Trump Mocks Biden for Wearing Face Mask; Video Shows Cop Kneeling on Neck of Suspect Who Later Died; Twitter Flags Potentially Misleading Trump Tweets; Protests Break Out in Hong Kong Over National Anthem Bill. Aired 4-4:30a ET
• In the Heart of the Amazon Virus Deaths Overwhelm Manaus; Germany Extends Social Distancing Rules to June 29; U.K. Prime Minister Under Fire Over Chief Aide's Breach of Lockdown; U.S. Farmers Facing Serious Labor Shortages; Pro Sports Teams Take New Steps to Return Safely; SpaceX Prepares for Historic Launch. Aired 4:30-5a ET
• Trump Politicizes Wearing Masks Despite Evidence It Saves Lives; Brazil Surpasses U.S. In Daily Deaths From Coronavirus; Hundreds Of Protesters Demand Justice After George Floyd's Death. Aired 10-10:30a ET
• Protests in Minnesota over Death; Stocks Rise at Open amid Optimism; Trump Threatens to Close down Social Media Platforms. Aired 9:30-10a
• Floor Trading Resumes at New York Stock Exchange; Ten Vaccine Candidates Now in Human Trials; Protests Erupt in Hong Kong amid Pandemic; Trump Adviser Blames China for COVID-19 Deaths; Trump Focuses on Conspiracies, False Claims & Insults as U.S. Death Toll Mounts; Biden Blasts Trump for Mocking Face Masks; Renault-Nissan to Announce Recovery Plan; Spain Attempts to Save Tourism Amid COVID-19; Lebanon's Lockdown Pushes Migrant Workers to the Streets; U.S. Farmers Facing Serious Labor Shortages; SpaceX Prepares for Historic Launch. Aired 12-1a ET
• U.S. Nears 100,000 Coronavirus Deaths; Historic Space Launch. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• Trump to Meet with Governor Cuomo on Infrastructure Projects as New York Reopens; Interview with Dr. Anthony Fauci on States Reopening as U.S. Nears 100,000 Deaths; U.S. Nears 100,000 Deaths as States Reopen; Protests in Minneapolis After a Blackman Dies Amid Police Encounter; Biden Fires Back at Trump for Mocking Him for Wearing a Mask. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• NYSE Floor Reopens With Changes After Shutdown; Trump Mocks Biden For Wearing Face Mask; U.S. CDC: Antibody Tests For COVID-19 Are Often Wrong; Anger Over Brazilian President's Botched Virus Response; China Seeks To Pass National Security Law For Hong Kong; Trump Adviser Blames China For U.S. COVID-19 Deaths; Twitter Fact Checks Trump's False Claim of Voter Fraud; Joe Biden Blasts Trump for Mocking Face Masks; Floor Trading Resumes at New York Stock Exchange; Macron Announces $8.8 Billion Auto Industry Bailout; The Controversies and Conquests of Elon Musk; German Bundesliga Rivals Play Crucial Match without Fans. Aired 1-2a ET
• Health Experts Looking at Brazil's Spike in Cases; Birx Reminds Public to Wear Face Masks; U.S. Deaths Approach 99K; Protests Erupt in Hong Kong amid Pandemic; Trump Mocks Democratic Rival For Wearing A Mask; Joe Biden Holds First Face-To-Face Interview Since Coronavirus Pandemic Upended Campaign; Floor Trading Resumes At New York Stock Exchange. Aired 2-3a ET
• NHL and NFL Set to Reopen with Extended Championship Playoffs; Interview with CareerBuilder CEO Irina Novoselsky; Interview with Former Astronaut Leroy Chiao. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• Pompeo To Congress: Hong Kong Has Lost High Degree Of Autonomy; Officials Declined Inspection As Outbreak At Tyson Plant Grew; SpaceX To Launch Two NASA Astronauts Into Orbit. Aired 12:30-1p ET
• Trump Says Masks Unessential But Fauci Says Wearing Masks Is What You Should Be Doing; Dr. Alex Marson Discusses Fauci's Warning of Uptick of Cases as States Open, Reliability of Antibody Tests; Dr. Bruce Tromberg Discusses NIH Offering Seed Money to Entrepreneurs Creating Rapid Testing Technology; Disney World Proposes Phased Reopening of Parks on July 11; Trump Pushes Conspiracy Theories about TV Show Host; Trump: People Who "Aren't Citizens" Will Be able to Get Mail-in-Ballots. Aired 11-11:30a ET
• U.S. Nears Grim Milestone as Death Toll Approaches 100,000; Brazil Surpasses U.S. in Daily COVID-19 Deaths; George Floyd Family Calls for Officers to Be Charged with Murder; Soon First Manned Rocket to Launch from U.S. Soil in 9 Years. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• Interview with Joe Biden; Biden Tweets "Wear a Mask"; Big-Tech Stocks Surge to Near-Record High; George Floyd Family: Firing Police Officers Not Enough; Source: Pentagon Drafting Plans to Bring U.S. Troops Back from Afghanistan Ahead of Schedule. Aired 11:30a-12p ET
• Sources: Pentagon Drafting Plans To Bring U.S. Troops Back From Afghanistan Ahead Of Schedule; Research: Stay-At-Home Orders Tied To Decreased Coronavirus Hospitalizations; Ex-FDA Chief: Hospitalization Uptick Probably A Result Of Reopening; Ohio Governor Mike DeWine: Wearing A Mask Is About Loving Your Fellowmen And Women; France Bans Hydroxychloroquine Amid Safety Concerns. Aired 12-12:30p ET
• NY Governor Cuomo Gives Update On Coronavirus Response; Disney World Proposes Phased Reopening Of Parks On July 11; Fauci: Wearing Mask A Symbol Of "What You Should Be Doing"; Astronauts Arrive At Launch Pad As Historic Liftoff Looms; Pastor Ron Hill Discusses Signing Petition To Open California Churches & Will Open Church Because The Holy Spirit Told Him To, Not the Governor. Aired 1:30-2p ET
• Update On Coronavirus Responses Around The Country; Dr. Jorge Rodriquez Discusses Avoiding Second Wave Of Virus; Salon Owner Who Denied Tyson Workers Reverses Policy; Gwen Carr, Mother Of Eric Garner, Discusses Death Of George Floyd; White House Press Secretary Defends Own Record Of Mail-in Voting After Defending Trump. Aired 2:30-3p ET
• SpaceX Prepares for First Commercial Space Launch Despite Worsening Weather; SpaceX Spacecraft May Be Safest in History; The U.S. Approaches 100,000 COVID-19 Deaths. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• U.S. Nears 100,000 Coronavirus Deaths As States Reopen; New York Governor Holds News Conference After Meeting With Trump. Aired 1- 1:30p ET


May 26, 2020
• WHO Warns of a Second Peak; U.S. Impose Travel Ban from Brazil; Americans Defied Rules on Memorial Day; British P.M.'s Chief Adviser Defended His Actions; Coronavirus Pandemic; New York Stock Exchange Set To Reopen Trading Floor; Traders Set To Return To Floor Of NYSE; Crowd Packs Alabama's Beaches For Holiday Weekend; Some Tourists Begin Returning To Michigan Resort Area; Researcher, There Is No Mystery To Controlling The Virus; Manhunt Underway For Student Suspected Of Two Homicides; Big Crowds And The Spread Of Germs; Dr. Birx, We Need Masks When We Can't Be Social Distant; Simulation Shows The Power Of A Cough And How Far It Goes; China's Military Vows To Uphold National Sovereignty In Hong Kong; Top Chinese Military Commander For Hong Kong, Army Determined To Safeguard National Sovereignty; Security Law Guarantees Civil Liberties. Aired 3-4a ET
• U.S. Nears 100,000 Deaths As Concerns Over Spread Grow; Concern Grows Over Rising Cases In Rural Communities; California Church Asks Supreme Court To Block In-Person Restrictions. Aired 10-10:30a ET
• World Health Organization Warns of Second Peak; Many Americans Refuse to Social Distance on Holiday; 10th Company Begins Human Trials on Possible Vaccine; Trump Threatens to Move Republican National Convention; Brazilian City in the Heart of the Amazon Overwhelmed by Virus; U.K. Prime Minister's Advisor Defends Violating the Lockdown; Italy Requesting Civil Assistant Volunteers. Aired 4-4:30a ET
• WHO Warns of Second Peak; Crowds Pack Parks, Beaches for Holiday Weekend; U.S. Imposes Travel Ban from Brazil; Uproar in U.K., PM's Adviser Defends His Actions; Hong Kong Leader: Security Law Guarantees Civil Liberties; Hong Kong Leader: Security Law Guarantees Civil Liberties; Denmark to Begin Widespread Testing; Italy Requesting 'Civil Assistant' Volunteers; Delta & United Airlines Caught Up in U.S.-China Tensions; Trump Observes Memorial Day Amid Making Online Attacks; Crowds Pack Alabama's Beaches for Holiday Weekend; Connecting the Farms to the Food Banks. Aired 12-1a ET
• Crowds Pack Alabama's Beaches for Holiday Weekend; New York Stock Exchange Set to Reopen Trading Floor; Denmark Offering COVID-19 testing to Entire Population; New Studies Show How COVID-19 Travels; China's Military Vows to Uphold National Sovereignty in Hong Kong. Aired 4:30-5a ET
• NYSE Trading Floor Reopens; Danny Meyer is Interviewed about Reopening Restaurants; 10 Killed in Chicago over Holiday Weekend; U.S. Moves up Travel Ban from Brazil; New Campaign for Covid-19 Survivor Plasma. Aired 9:30-10a ET
• Some Churches Reopening Despite Risks; Beaches Brace For Huge Memorial Day Crowds As States Reopen; Plasma Study Results Encouraging; Uproar in U.K. after PM's Adviser Takes Trip While under Isolation; Brazil Epicenter of Coronavirus in Latin America; Protests over China's Hong Kong Security Plan; Corruption Trial of Israeli Prime Minister Begins; Dallas ISD Principal Drives 1,300 Miles to Deliver Diploma Covers. Aired 2-3a ET
• U.S. Doctors Travel to Mexico to Help Treat Patients; Peru Reports 4,020 New Cases in 24-Hour Period; Hong Kong Leader: Security Law Guarantees Civil Liberties; New Studies Show How COVID-19 Travels. Aired 1-2a ET
• WHO Warns of Second Coronavirus Peak; Merck Enters Vaccine Race with 2 Potential Vaccines; Noravax Starts Human Trials for Coronavirus Vaccine; Dr. Mark Poznansky Discusses the Vaccine Race; L.A. County Probing Outbreaks at 9 Facilities, Including Food Plants; John Grant, UFCW Local 770 President, Discusses Virus Outbreak at Farmer John Meat Plant, Calls for Closure; Doug Linde, Boston Properties President, Discusses Reimagining the Workplace Amid Coronavirus Concerns. Aired 11-11:30a ET
• Trump Threatens to Move Republican National Convention; Vaccine Search; States Reopening. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• New York's New Rochelle Area to Start Phase One of Reopening; Arkansas Seeing a Rise in Coronavirus Cases; Several Graduates at Atlanta Private School Test Positive for Coronavirus; Trump Retweets Post Mocking Joe Biden for Wearing a Mask; Trump Threatens to Pull GOP Convention from North Carolina; U.S. Nears 100,000 Deaths as Concerns Over Coronavirus-Spread Grows. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• Interview with Bishop Elizabeth Eaton; Interview with Taavet Hinrikus; Twitter to Leave Trump's Joe Scarborough Conspiracy Theory Tweet Untouched. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• North Carolina Governor Responds to Trump's Threat to Pull RNC Out of Charlotte; Op-Ed Says My Mother Died of COVID But Officials Won't Count It; Broadway Stars Provide Inspiration to NYC Hospital Staff; Four Officers Fired after Black Man Dies in Encounter. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• Doug Linde, Boston Properties President, Discusses Reimagining the Workplace Amid Coronavirus Concerns; NY Governor Cuomo Gives Update on Coronavirus Response; NY Governor to Meet with Trump in D.C. Tomorrow; U.K. Deputy Minister Resigns Over Lockdown Controversy. Aired 11:30a-12p ET
• Cities Monitor Meat Plant Outbreaks Amid Reopening Debate; Correction Officers & Inmates Vulnerable Amid Outbreaks In Jails; 10 Killed In Chicago Over Memorial Day Weekend. Aired 12:30-1p ET
• New York Suburbs Reopen After Prolonged Coronavirus Lockdown; President Donald Trump Claims He Provided "Unlimited Testing" To States And Made Governors "Look Very Good"; Poll: 46 Percent Of Registered Voters Trust Joe Biden On The Coronavirus Compared To 37 Percent Who Trust President Donald Trump; Revisiting Georgia One Month After State's Reopening. Aired 12-12:30p ET
• American Deaths Near 100,000; Seventeen States Currently Seeing Increase In Cases; Trump Mocks Biden For Wearing Mask, Which Is Trump's Own Policy. Aired 1-1:30p ET
• Update On Coronavirus Response Across The Country; Chancellor Philip DiStefano Of University Of Colorado, Boulder, Discusses Plans For In-Person Classes This Fall With Students In Groups Of 10; Mayor Melvin Carter (D), St. Paul, MN, Discusses Minneapolis Police Officers Placed On Leave After Death Of Man Who Pled For Air; Cuomo Rings Bell As New York Stock Exchange Reopens With Changes. Aired 1:30-2p ET
• Widower: Trump Perverting "Memory Of My Dead Wife" For Political Gain With Baseless Murder Conspiracy; Broadway League President: Hopeful For January Return; White Woman Called Police On Black Man Has Been Fired; Yusef Salaam Discusses Woman Calling Police On Black Man Asking Her To Put Dog On Leash. Aired 2:30-3p ET
• Coronavirus Updates Around the Country; Interview with New Rochelle Mayor Noam Bramson; Interview with Alabama Secretary of State John Merrill (R). Aired 2-2:30p ET
• Warnings Of A Second Peak, As Countries Begin To Reopen And Some Let Their Guard Down; Cemeteries Built In Record Time For Brazil's Growing Death Toll; The Power Of A Cough. Aired 2-3a ET


May 25, 2020
• Americans Head Outdoors on Memorial Day Weekend; Arkansas: 'Second Peak' in Cases after Increased Testing; Brazil Has Second Highest Number of Cases Worldwide; China's Controversial Hong Kong Proposal Set for Approval This Week; Trump to Lay Wreath at Arlington Cemetery; Japan Set to End State of Emergency; Domestic Flights Resume Across India; U.K.'s P.M. Defends Top Advisor's Alleged Lockdown Breach; Trial Against Netanyahu Begins. Aired 12-1a ET
• Muslims Celebrated Eid al-Fitr Amid a Pandemic; India Gradually Reopen its Economy; U.S. Economy Enormously Hurt by the Pandemic; Business Giants Felt Pandemic's Turbulence; Sports Champs Raised $20 Million for COVID-19 Efforts; Americans Have Forgotten There's a Pandemic; Churches Welcomed Back Their Parishioners; U.S. Restricts Travel from Brazil; Boris Johnson's Aide Criticized for Violating Lockdown Rules; Protesters Are Outraged Over China's Controversial Legislation; Benjamin Netanyahu Calls Charges Against Him a Political Coup. Aired 3-4a ET
• Crowds Raise Fears of Virus Spikes; Navajo Nation Ends Lockdown; Meat Prices Skyrocket Due to Coronavirus. Aired 9:30-10a ET
• As America Reopens There Are Deeply Troubling Images Concerning Many Health Experts; Unlike Many Years Virtual Ceremonies For Memorial Day Are Taking Place; British Prime Minster Boris Johnson Still Defending His Senior Advisor, Dominic Cummings As He Faces Allegations. Aired 4-4:30a ET
• Americans Mark Memorial Day As U.S. Nears 100,000 COVID-19 Deaths; Wreath-Laying Ceremony At Arlington National Cemetery. Aired 10-10:30a ET
• Americans Head Outdoors on Memorial Day Weekend; U.S. Announces New Travel Restrictions on Brazil; Brazil Has Second Highest Number of Cases Worldwide; Arkansas: "Second Peak" in Cases after Increased Testing; White House Adviser: May Unemployment May Be "North of 20%"; New Jersey Governor Warns of Major Cuts without More Funding; U.K. PM Defends Top Adviser's Alleged Lockdown Breach; Israeli PM Denounces Charges, Says It's a Coup; Woods and Manning Beat Mickelson and Brady in Charity Match. Aired 1-2a ET
• Car Rental Firm Hertz Files For Bankruptcy; Precautions Taken As India Resumes Domestic Flights; Israeli P.M. Denounces Charges, Says It's A Coup; Americans Ignore Social Distancing Rules and Celebrate Memorial Day; President Trump Plays Golf Amid Pandemic; U.S. Suspends Travel from Brazil Due to Coronavirus; Prime Minister Boris Johnson Defends Top Adviser; Spain Eases Restrictions on Two Major Areas. Aired 2-3a ET
• A Different Type of Memorial Day in the U.S.; Trump Plays Golf Memorial Day Weekend Without Mask; White House Adviser Says Unemployment Could be North of 20 Percent in May; Hong Kong Department Back China's Proposed Security Law; Israeli Prime Minister Remains Defiant During First Day in Court; Golf and NFL Stars Raise $20 Million in Charity Match. Aired 4:30-5a ET
• Americans Mark Memorial Day as U.S. Nears 100,000 COVID-19 Deaths; Coronavirus Cluster in Arkansas Linked to High School Swim Party; Interview with Mayors Justin Elicker and Clarence Lear About Memorial Day Holiday; President Trump Threatens to Pull GOP Convention from North Carolina if Governor Can't Guarantee Arena will Be Filled; Americans Mark Memorial Day as U.S. Nears 100k COVID-19 Deaths. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• Live Coverage of Memorial Day at Arlington National Cemetery; Memorial Day Weekend Crowds Portend Increase in Coronavirus Cases; Vacation Businesses in Michigan Planning for Downturn. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• Myrtle Beach PIO Director, Mark Kruea, Discusses Executive Order Reminding Beachgoers to Follow Rules; Mayor Jacob Frey (D- Minneapolis) Discusses Wearing Masks Requirement, Trump Pushing for Churches to Reopen; TAPS President & Founder, Bonnie Carroll, Discusses a Different Memorial Day Amid COVID & Helping Americans with Greif; Trump Threatens to Pull GOP Convention Out of Charlotte, NC. Aired 11-11:30a ET
• Vaccine Trials; President Trump's Memorial Day Tweetstorm; Memorial Day Crowds Raise Fears of Virus Spikes. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• Americans Flock To Public Places As Death Toll Nears 100,000; W.H.O Pauses Studying Hydroxychloroquine Due To Safety Concerns; California Cautiously Reopening Its Beaches. Aired 12:30-1p ET
• Interview with Houston Mayor Sylvester Turner (D); World Health Organization to Halt Hydroxychloroquine Study Over Safety Concerns; Trump Tweetstorm Fails to Mention the Fallen. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• Trump Threatens to Pull GOP Convention Out of Charlotte, NC; Poll: 60% Disapprove of Trump's Handling of Coronavirus; Trump Spends Memorial Day Weekend Tweeting Political Attacks & Peddling Conspiracy Theory; NY Governor Cuomo Gives Update on Coronavirus Response; Biden Lays Wreath at Delaware Veterans Memorial Park; COVID-19 Cluster in Arkansas Linked to High School Swim Party; Brazil Sees Record Number of Daily Coronavirus Cases. Aired 11:30a-12p ET
• Oxford Scientists Say Vaccine Trial Has 50 Percent Chance of Success; U.S. Plans Massive Vaccine Testing to Meet End of Year Goal; Photographers Organize Honor Guard for Families Amid Outbreak; NBA And Disney in Talks to Resume Season in Late July; The Milkman Makes a Comeback. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• President Donald Trump, First Lady Attend Memorial Day Ceremony; Memorial Day Events Forced To Adapt To COVID-19 Restrictions; Ocean City Boardwalk Overflows With Beachgoers As Maryland Cases Spike. Aired 12-12:30p ET
• U.S. Marks Memorial Day As Coronavirus Deaths Near 100,000; WHO Temporarily Pauses Studying Trump-Touted Drug; Unhinged, Trump Again Baselessly Accuses T.V. Host Of Murder. Aired 1-1:30p ET
• City Council Member Larken Egleston (D), Charlotte, NC Discusses Trump Threatening To Move Republican Convention; Protesters Against Quarantine Hang Kentucky Governor In Effigy; Former DHS Chief: Some Schools Shouldn't Open Until Vaccine. Aired 1:30-2p ET
• Update On Coronavirus Response Around The World; Cases Explode In Brazil As President Shrugs Off Virus As "Flu"; Many Summer Sleepaway Camps Being Canceled Amid Pandemic; CNN "Homefront": Remembering Veterans Who Died By Suicide. Aired 2:30-3p ET


May 24, 2020
• Beaches Brace For Huge Memorial Day Crowds As States Reopen; Uproar in U.K. after PM's Adviser Takes Trip While under Isolation; Plasma Study Results Encouraging; Some Nursing Homes Scrutinized for Poor Worker Conditions; Some Churches Reopening Despite Risks; Experiment Shows How Quickly Virus Can Spread at Table; Protests over China's Hong Kong Security Plan; Syrian Refugee-Turned-Filmmaker Gives Back; Young Artist Helps Others Cope. Aired 12-1a ET
• Some Churches Reopening Despite Risks; Beaches Brace For Huge Memorial Day Crowds As States Reopen; Plasma Study Results Encouraging; Uproar in U.K. after PM's Adviser Takes Trip While under Isolation; Brazil Epicenter of Coronavirus in Latin America; Protests over China's Hong Kong Security Plan; Corruption Trial of Israeli Prime Minister Begins; Dallas ISD Principal Drives 1,300 Miles to Deliver Diploma Covers. Aired 2-3a ET
• Some Churches Reopening Despite Risks; Beaches Brace For Huge Memorial Day Crowds As States Reopen; Protests Over China's Hong Kong Security Plan; Uproar In U.K. After PM's Adviser Takes Trip While Under Isolation; "The New York Times" Pays Tribute To COVID-19 Victims On Front Page; Carl Bildt, Former Swedish Prime Minister, Criticizes Lack Of American Leadership; Corruption Trial of Israeli Prime Minister Begins. Aired 3-4a ET
• "The New York Times" Pays Tribute To COVID-19 Victims On Front Page; Beaches Brace For Huge Memorial Day Crowds As States Reopen; Brazil Epicenter Of Coronavirus In Latin America; Protests Over China's Hong Kong Security Plan; Some Nursing Homes Scrutinized For Poor Worker Conditions; Trump Golfs At His Virginia Club Amid Pandemic; Uproar In U.K. After PM's Adviser Takes Trip While Under Isolation. Aired 4-5a ET
• Beaches Brace For Huge Memorial Day Crowds As States Reopen; "The New York Times" Pays Tribute to COVID-19 Victims On Front Page; Some Churches Reopening Despite Risks; Protests Over China's Hong Kong Security Plan; Brazil Epicenter Of Coronavirus In Latin America; Uproar In U.K. After PM's Adviser Takes Trip While Under Isolation; Trump Golfs At His Virginia Club Amid Pandemic; Corruption Trial Of Israeli Prime Minister Begins. Aired 5-6a ET
• Americans Flock To Public Places As Death Toll Nears 100,000; Dr. Birx Warns Social Distancing And Masks Are "Critical"; FDA Issues Warning: Coronavirus Is Not Yet Contained; Hong Kong Police Fire Tear Gas At Demonstrators; Mexico Records Its Largest Daily Increase In Coronavirus Deaths; Some Houses Of Worship Reopening, Others Remain Closed; Gov. Andrew Cuomo: New York Pro Sports Teams Can Begin Training Camps. Aired 2-3p ET
• Memorial Day Weekend Draws Crowds, Health Experts Urge Caution; Arkansas Governor Defends Reopening Amid Second Peak In New Cases; Birx: "Difficult To Tell" If The Country Will Close Down Again; Houses Of Worship Reopen After Trump Deems Them "Essential"; Celebrity "All In Challenge" Raises Millions To Feed Those In Need; NBA In Talks To Resume Season In July At Disney Florida Complex; Former Bartender Helps Feed Struggling Restaurant Workers. Aired 4-5p ET
• Beaches And Parks Open For Memorial Day Weekend; Arkansas Reports Second Wave In New Cases; Unemployment Rate To Increase; Travel Restriction On Brazil; Hong Kong Protests On China's National Security Law. Aired 5-6p ET
• Americans Flock To Public Places As Death Toll Nears 100,000; Public Health Experts Urge Safety Vigilance As States Reopen; Interview With Rep. Lauren Underwood (D-IL) About Memorial Day Weekend Amid Coronavirus Pandemic; Mexico Sets New Record For Daily Increase In Coronavirus Cases; Some Houses Of Worship Reopening, Others Remain Closed. Aired 6-7p ET
• Interview With Daytona Beach Mayor Derrick Henry About Massive Crowd Gathered in Daytona Beach; CDC, 11 States Say They Mixed Results of Viral and Antibody Tests; Crowds Gather on Holiday Weekend as Health Experts Urge Caution. Aired 7-7:30p ET
• New warnings about the coronavirus as Americans celebrate the Holiday Weekend; White House Adviser Says May Unemployment Could Be "North Of 20 Percent;" Worshippers Face New Restrictions As Churches Reopen. Aired 3-4p ET
• Gov. Andrew Cuomo (D-NY) Gives Update On Coronavirus Response; White House Economic Adviser Says, May Unemployment Could Be North Of 20 Percent; On Holiday Weekend, U.S. Faces A Test On Reopening. Aired 12-13p ET


May 23, 2020
• Geoffrey Canada on the Challenges of Remote Learning During COVID-19; Scott Galloway on How the Pandemic Could Disrupt Higher Education; Special Message to Students from First Lady Melania Trump. Aired 12-1a ET
• Trump Demands Governors Reopen Churches; U.K. Announces 14-Day Quarantine for Incoming Travelers; Pakistan Plane Crash; Americans Head into Holiday Weekend amid Fear, Concerns; Calculating the Risk of COVID-19 Contagion; Air Travel during a Pandemic; China Sends Message of Control at Annual Meeting; NFL Stars to Join Tiger, Phil for Charity Golf Match. Aired 1-2a ET
• Study Finds Hydroxychloroquine Linked to Higher Risk of Death; Trump Demands Governors Reopen Churches; U.K. Announces 14-Day Quarantine for Incoming Travelers; Thousands Recovering from Virus Sent to NY Nursing Homes; Violent Confrontations Erupt across U.S. over Face Mask Rules; Worst Week for Mexico; Pakistan Plane Crash; TV Personalities Have Decor Criticized. Aired 2-3a ET
• Trump Demands Governors Reopen Churches; New Cases in Past Week Up in at Least 17 U.S. States; WHO Slams COVID-19 Misinformation; Worst Week for Mexico; Spain to Further Ease Restrictions; Italian Nursing Homes Devastated by Virus; China Sends Message of Control at Annual Meeting; Counting the Costs of Coronavirus; Remembering the Fallen. Aired 3-4a ET
• Americans Head into Holiday Weekend amid Fear, Concerns; Study Finds Hydroxychloroquine Linked to Higher Risk of Death; Brazil Passes Russia in Number of Cases, Now Second to U.S.; U.K. Announces 14-Day Quarantine for Incoming Travelers; Coronavirus Vaccine Reaches Advanced Stages of Human Trials; China Sends Message of Control at Annual Meeting; Georgia Authorities Arrest Man Who Shot Video of Arbery Killing; NFL Stars to Join Tiger, Phil for Charity Golf Match. Aired 4-5a ET
• Study Finds Hydroxychloroquine Linked to Higher Risk of Death; Trump Demands Governors Reopen Churches; Brazil Passes Russia in Number of Cases, Now Second to U.S.; Worst Week for Mexico; Spain to Further Ease Restrictions; Coronavirus Vaccine Reaches Advanced Stages of Human Trials; Syrian Refugee-Turned-Filmmaker Gives Back; NFL Stars to Join Tiger, Phil for Charity Golf Match. Aired 5-6a ET
• All U.S. States Reopening to Some Extent after Lockdown Due to Coronavirus Spread; Tybee Island in Georgia Reopens Beach; President Trump Demands State Governors Reopen Religious Houses of Worship; Tourist Attractions Graceland and Gatorland Reopening to Public with Safety Precautions; International Hotel Chain Reopening; Pier 45 in San Francisco's Fisherman's Wharf Catches Fire; Small Businesses Struggling During Coronavirus Lockdown; Hertz Car Rental Company to File for Bankruptcy Due to Fall in Demand Caused by Coronavirus Lockdown; Musician Holds Practices for Neighborhood. Aired 10-11a ET
• Beaches Brace For Huge Memorial Day Crowds As States Reopen; Trump Calls For Places Of Worship To Reopen; Oxford Vaccine Trial "Progressing Very Well;" Uproar In U.K. After PM's Adviser Takes Trip While Under Isolation; Denmark's School Plan Could Be Model For World; NY Governor Cuomo's Daily Briefing. Aired 11a-12p ET
• Memorial Day 2020, Everything Is Different; Airline Travel Safety In The Age Of Coronavirus; Sources: CDC Staff Being "Muzzled" As White House Prioritizes Politics Over Science; Trump Declares Houses Of Worship Essential & Threatens Governors; Poorest Areas Of Brazil Devastated By Coronavirus. Aired 3-4p ET
• Stay-At-Home Restrictions Ease In All 50 States For Holiday Weekend; Arkansas Governor Reports "Second Peak" Of New Cases; How Denmark's School Safety Plan Could Be Model For World; Study: Nearly Half Of Twitter Accounts Pushing To Reopen America Likely Bots; Moderna Executives Sell Nearly $30 Million In Stocks Amid Promising Vaccine News; 2020 Grads Face Worst Job Market. Aired 4-5p ET
• Interview With Mayor Shirley Sessions Of Tybee Island About Memorial Day Weekend; Crowds Flock To California Beaches As Cases Rise; New Jersey Beaches Reopen For Holiday Weekend With Some Restrictions; Trump Golfs At His Virginia Club Amid Pandemic; Bill Coan, ITEC Entertainment President/CEO, Discusses What To Expect When Theme Parks Reopen; Thousands Recovering From Virus Sent To NY Nursing Homes. Aired 5-6p ET
• People Head To Beaches, Parks As States Report New Infections; State Of Job Market Amid Pandemic; Biden Says "I Shouldn't Have Been So Cavalier" After Saying Black Voters "Ain't Black" If They Consider Trump; NYT Front Page Filled With Partial List Of Coronavirus Victims; President Trump Declares Churches And Houses Of Worship Essential; Experiment Shows How Quickly Virus Can Spread At Table. Aired 6-7p ET
• New York Governor Andrew Cuomo Updates State's Response To COVID-19; Heat Expected To Bring Crowd To California Beaches; Firefighters Battle Massive Fire On Historic Pier 45 In San Francisco; Drug Trump Touted Linked To Higher Risk Of Death; Confirmed Cases Skyrocketing In Brazil; NYC EMT Tells Congress City Was Unprepared For Outbreak. Aired 12-1p ET
• Beaches Brace For Huge Memorial Day Crowds As States Reopen; U.S. COVID-19 Deaths Surpass 96,000, New Cases Rise To 1.6M; South Carolina Coastal Town Reverses Stance, Removes Checkpoint At Beaches; Rep. Debbie Mucarsel-Powell, D-FL) Discusses Self-Isolating, Concerns Over Nursing Homes, Governor DeSantis Lifting Restrictions On Youth Activities; Schools Worldwide Balance Students' Curriculum & Social Distancing. Aired 1-2p ET
• President Trump Demands State Governors Reopen Religious Houses of Worship; Tybee Island in Georgia Reopens Beach; City of Santa Monica Suffers from Low Tax Revenue Due to Coronavirus Pandemic; New York Governor Andrew Cuomo Criticized for Large Number of Deaths in Nursing Homes Due to Coronavirus; New York Beaches Remain Closed; Pier 45 in San Francisco's Fisherman's Wharf Catches Fire; Businesses Face Confrontation From Customers over Requiring Facemasks for Service; Experts Answer Questions about Coronavirus Pandemic's Effects on Education and Schooling for Young Children. Aired 2-3p ET


May 22, 2020
• Did Not Air 1-2a ET
• Did Not Air 2-3a ET
• Latin America Shows an Uptick in Coronavirus Cases; President Trump Says His Wearing of Mask is Not for Media's Eyes; China's Parliament Aims to Choke Hong Kong; Pharmaceutical Companies Ramping Up Their Development of Coronavirus Vaccines; Coronavirus Pandemic; Gulf Countries Reimpose Restrictions After Case Spike; Saudi Arabia To Reimpose Nationwide Lockdown; Denmark Turns Churches Into Schools; Students Back In School As Denmark Reopens; iPhone Software Update; Cyclone Amphan, Death Toll Rises As Rescue Teams Search For Victims; National People's Congress, Coronavirus Just One Issue As China's Parliament Meets; Chinese Search Engine Baidu Rethinks NASDAQ Listing; U.S. Bill Could Force Chinese Companies To Allow Audits; Millions More Americans File Jobless Claims; Destruction Emerges As Floodwaters Recede In Michigan. Aired 3-4a ET
• Virus Cases Surging Across Latin America; Mexico Confirms Highest Single-Day Surge; China Proposes Controversial Hong Kong Security Law; Model Predicts Case Spikes in Early-Reopening States; U.S. Experts Push Back on Death Toll Conspiracy Theories; Asian Stocks Drop as Beijing Pushes for New Security Law; Death Toll Rises as Rescue Teams Search for Victims of Cyclone Amphan; Unemployment Aid Exceeds Normal Salary for Some; Denmark Turns Churches into Schools. Aired 12-1a ET
• New Cases Surging in Latin America and Caribbean; U.S. Begins Reopening in time for Memorial Day Holiday; London's Imperial College Says Pandemic Far From Over in U.S.; Oxford Recruiting People for Larger Vaccine Trials; Sao Paulo Hospitals Struggle with Surge in Cases; Trump Refuses to Wear Mask in Public During Ford Visit; Trump's Approval Rating Holds Steady in Fox News Poll. Aired 4-4:30a ET
• Study Shows, Drug Touted And Taken By Trump Is Linked To Increased Risk Of Death In Coronavirus Patients; Hotspots Emerge As Country Heads Into Holiday Weekend. Aired 10-10:30a ET
• China Proposes Controversial Hong King Security Law; Hong Kong Stocks Drop as Beijing Pushes for New Security Law; Unemployment Aid Exceed Normal Salary for Some; Floodwaters Recede Leaving Destruction in Michigan; Memorial Day Weekend Traveling Could Bring Risks. Aired 4:30-5a ET
• Study: Drug Trump Touted Made Coronavirus Patients More Likely to Die; NY Governor Cuomo Gives Update on Coronavirus Response; A Look at Coronavirus Numbers as States Reopen. Aired 11-11:30a ET
• Trump Signals more Stimulus; Kevin Hassett talks about the Economy; Contract Tracking Program in New Jersey; Man Arrested in Arbery Shooting. Aired 9:30-10a
• College Sports and Coronavirus; Vaccine Search; Study Finds Hydroxychloroquine Linked to Higher Risk of Death; Trump Demands Governors Reopen Churches. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• Fauci's Memorial Day Advice: "Go Out, Wear a Mask, Go for a Walk"; Beaches Open for Memorial Day in Hard-Hit New Jersey; Alabama Mayor Says ICU Beds Are Scarce as State's Cases Rise; Mayor Bernard "Jack" Young (D-Baltimore) Discusses His Strong Message to Trump: Don't visit on Memorial Day. Aired 11:30a-12p ET
• Some Minnesota Churches To Defy Limits On Worship Services; Biden: Klobuchar Is "First Rate" When Talking About Potential VP Pick; Soon: Trump To Hold News Conference From White House. Aired 12:30-1p ET
• Hydroxychloroquine Linked to Significant Increased Risk of Death in Patients; Montgomery Alabama Mayor Says ICU Beds Scarce as Cases Soar; Beaches in Hard-Hit States Reopening Amid Fears of New Cases; AAA Expecting Record-Low Travel Numbers in the U.S. This Holiday Weekend. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• Interview with Pastor Jim Franklin; Brazil ICUs Running Out of Beds; Economic Downturn Disproportionately Affects Women and Minorities. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• Live Coverage of White House Press Conference. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• NCAA Says Basketball and Football Can Voluntarily Train on Campus Beginning June 1; Trump Threatens to Open "Essential" Houses of Worship; South Carolina Allows Tourist Attractions to Open Today. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• Fort Lauderdale Gym Owners Caught Between Broward County/Local Officials Standoff; Frontline Workers Tell Congress about Fears of Going to Work Each Day; Trump & White House Coronavirus Task Force Hold Press Briefing. Aired 1:30-2p ET
• United States Cases Near 1.6 Million, Deaths Approach 95,000; Study: Drug Trump Touted Made Coronavirus Patients More Likely To Die; Defense Chief Mark Esper: "Completely Confident" Vaccine Delivered By January; Businesses Seeing Increased Foot Traffic As States Reopen; Schools Make Reopening Plans Ahead Of New Year. Aired 12-12:30p ET
• Trump-Touted Drug Linked to Higher Death Risk in COVID Patients. Aired 1-1:30p ET
• Birx Doesn't Answer Question on Hydroxychloroquine Study; Trump Says Houses of Worship Essential; Americans Head into Holiday Weekend Amid Fear, Concerns. Aired 2:30-3p ET


May 21, 2020
• WHO Reports Largest Uptick in COVID Cases; President Trump Put all the Blame on China; CDC Director's Fate in Question; Russia Now in Second Place with Highest COVID Cases; Korea CDC Says It's Inevitable Not to Have Infected People; Coronavirus Pandemic; Some Students In South Korea Are Back In School; Tropical Cyclone Amphan's Pulverizing Impact; Cyclone Amphan Makes Landfall, At Least 12 Dead; Thousands Forced To Get Away After Dams Burst In Michigan; Emirates Airline Resuming Passenger Flights To Nine Cities; Coronavirus' Impact On Travel And Tourism; France Scrambling To Save Its Tourism Industry; The Changing Space Of The Covid-Era Office. Aired 3-4a ET
• WHO Reports Largest Ever Uptick in COVID Cases; Russia Now in Second Place with Highest COVID Cases; Brazil Sees Single-Day Spike of Nearly 20K Cases; Taiwan Leader Rejects "One Country, Two Systems" Policy; Columbia University: Earlier Lockdowns Would Have Saved Thousands of American Lives; Tropical Cyclone Amphan's Pulverizing Impact; WHO Reports Most New Cases Since Outbreak Began; South Korean Students Return to a New Normal; U.K. Prime Minister Under Fire for Plans to Reopen Schools; Caring Message to a Family Whose Dad Died from COVID-19; France Scrambles to Save Tourism Industry. Aired 12-1a ET
• W.H.O. Says 106,000 New Cases is Highest One-Day Total So Far; Columbia University Says Quicker Action Could Have Saved Thousands; Sources Say Fate of CDC Director in Question; Pence Flouts Guidelines at Florida Restaurant; Interview with Dr. Margaret Harris, World Health Organization Spokesperson, Largest New Confirmed Coronavirus Cases and Deaths in One Day; Brazil Reports One-Day Record of Almost 20,000 New Cases; U.S. Sends First Shipment of Ventilator to Russia. Aired 4-4:30a ET
• CDC Director Warns Of Second Wave Of COVID-19 This Year; Trump Heads To Michigan After Threatening To Withhold State Funding; California Records Second-Highest Daily COVID-19 Death Toll. Aired 10- 10:30a ET
• Thousands Forced to Flee After Dams Burst in Michigan; Some Churches Reopening Their Doors Despite Risks; Emirates Resumes Passenger Flights to Nine Cities; U.N. Report Says World Education Declining; U.K. Doctors Say Reopen Schools as Soon as It's Safe; New York City Report 147 Cases of Inflammatory Illness in Children. Aired 4:30-5a ET
• Trump: China's Incompetence To Global Killing; Sources: Fate Of CDC Director In Question; Brazil Sees Single-Day Spike Of Nearly 20,000 Cases; U.S. To Send Total Of 200 Ventilators To Russia; Cyclone Amphan Makes Landfall, At Least 12 Dead; Cyclone Amphan Makes Landfall in India; All 50 States Now Partially Opened; Dozens of South Korean Schools Closed Hours after Reopening; U.S. Nursing Home Workers Alarmed over Lack of Supplies; Alleged Architects of Carlos Ghosn's Escape Arrested in Boston; The Changing Space of the COVID-era Office. Aired 1-2a ET
• Emirates Resumes Passenger Flights To Nine Cities; France Scrambles To Save Tourism Industry; Cyclone Amphan Makes Landfall In India; WHO Reports Largest Ever Uptick in COVID Cases; Columbia University: Earlier Lockdowns Would Have Saved Thousands of American Lives; President Trump Puts All the Blame on China; Tropical Cyclone Amphan's Pulverizing Impact; Some Churches Reopening Despite Risks. Aired 2-3a ET
• Trump Says, Don't Know If I'll Wear Mask During Visit To Ford Plant; Cases Rise Across South, Including Surges In Texas And North Carolina; Ford Plant Worker Speaks Out After Two Employees Test Positive. Aired 1-1:30p ET
• California Records Second-Highest Death Toll; New York Restaurants Prepare to Reopen; Trump Threatens to Withhold Funding; Schools Reopen in Denmark. Aired 9:30-10a
• U.S. Pays $1 Billion to Secure Doses of Potential AstraZeneca Vaccine; New Analysis Shows Lockdown Delays Cost Tens of Thousands of Lives; CDC Director Raises Possibility of Second Round of Lockdown This Year; Trump Heads to Michigan After Threatening to Withhold State Funding; More Than 2 Million More Americans Filed for Unemployment Last Week; Lori Loughlin, Husband to Plead Guilty in College Admissions Scandal; California Sees Second-Highest Death Toll in a Single Day as More Counties Move to Reopen. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• Fauci on Reopening: "Now Is Not the Time to Tempt Fate and Pull Back Completely"; Experts Warn of Increase in Cases as States Reopen; Trump Administration Strikes Death with AstraZeneca to Mass Produce Vaccine; Columbia University Study: Lockdown Delays Cost at Least 36,000 U.S. Lives; Dr. Luciana Borio Discusses Trump's "Operation Warp Speed" Vaccine Development and Safety Concerns & Request for "Clear Pathway" for Virus Treatments; 2.4 Million More Americans Filed for Unemployment Last Week; Trump Pulling U.S. Out of Open Skies Arms Control Treaty; Trump Pushes for N.C. to Reopen as It Opens Slower than Bordering Southern States. Aired 11-11:30a ET
• Coronavirus Cases Spiking in Alabama?; Trump Visits Ford Plant in Michigan; Interview With Miami Beach, Florida, Mayor Dan Gelber. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• Family Sues After Nursing Home-Employed Son Dies Without PPE; Interview with Unilever President Fabian Garcia; Coronavirus Infections Surge in Brazil. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• Trump Pushes for NC to Reopen as It Moves Slower than Bordering Southern States; 50% of Tyson Workers Test Positive at Poultry Plant in NC; NY Governor Cuomo Gives Update on Coronavirus Response; Update on Coronavirus Responses from Around the World. Aired 11:30a-12p ET
• Trump Tours Ford Plant As State Warms Him to Wear A Mask; Ford Reopens Plants Across The Country with New Safety Protocols; Doctors Say Growing Evidence of Inflammation As Culprit in Severe Coronavirus Cases; New Study Says Late Pandemic Response Led to 36,000 Deaths. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• Trump Heads To Michigan After Threatening To Withhold Funding; How Effective Are Face Masks At Reducing Transmission?; Trump Takes Questions Ahead Of Trip To Michigan. Aired 12:30-1p ET
• Concern that Southern U.S. Coronavirus Cases May Be Increasing; Interview with United Food and Commercial Workers International Union President Marc Perrone; Interview with Mike Schultz on Ventilator Experience. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• Broadway Actor's Wife Tearfully Says He's Going "Downhill"; Mt. Sinai Study Finds a Receptor Used by COVID-19 Is Less Common in Kids' Noses Which Could Be Why Kids Less Likely to Get It; 1,200 plus Pastors to Defy California Order, Hold In-Person Services; London's Heathrow Airport Unveiling Thermal Screening Trial for Symptoms; Mark Zuckerberg: Half of Facebook Workers May Be Remote Within Decade; Top Stories from Across the Country; What Inside of Restaurants Will Look Like as U.S. Reopens. Aired 1:30-2p ET
• President Donald Trump Heading To Michigan To Visit Ford Factory; 2.4 Million Filing For Unemployment Benefit Again; Dr. Anthony Fauci: The Scientific Evidence Clearly Indicates That Physical Separation Has Worked; Attorney General Saying That If The President Doesn't Wear A Mask That Could Have Implications For Any Future Visits He Has. Aired 12-12:30p ET
• Ohio State Hopeful for 20-30K Fans at Football Games; Steven Reed, (D), Mayor of Montgomery, Alabama, Discusses Running Out of ICU Beds as Cases Surge; Tiger Woods, Phil Mickelson Revive "The Match" for Charity. Aired 2:30-3p ET


May 20, 2020
• President Trump Dismisses Health Experts View on Hydroxychloroquine; South Korea Open its Schools; France Shut Down its Schools After Scarce; India and Bangladesh Anticipates Super Cyclone Amphan; WHO to Launch an Inquiry into COVID Response; Coronavirus Pandemic, China Endorses Resolution To Review Pandemic Response; U.S. Treasury Secretary Warns Of Long-Term Economic Damage; CDC Released Detailed Guidelines On How To Reopen United States; Airline Trade Association Sets Out Plan To Revamp Flights; Etihad Airways Announces Layoffs After Drop In Demand; UAE To Become First Regional Producer Of N95 Masks; Rolls-Royce To Cut At Least 9,000 Jobs As Pandemic Slams Aviation; President Trump Sending Ventilators To Russia; Putin Perceived Vulnerable Amid Virus Outbreak; Abbas, Palestinians Absolved Of Deals With Israel, U.S.; Contact Tracing Apps; Word War II Veteran To Receive Knighthood After Raising Millions; New Zealand Roll Out Contact Tracing Apps. Aired 3-4a ET
• U.S. Treasury Secretary Warns of Long-Term Economic Damage; Super Cyclone Bears Down on India, Bangladesh; UAE to Become First Regional Producer of N-95 Masks; Russians Angered Over Police Response in Lockdown; WWII Veteran to Receive Knighthood after Raising Millions; Schools Reopen in South Korea; Trump Suggests Travel Ban on Latin America; Blame Game: U.S., China, WHO; Trump Taking Hydroxychloroquine. Aired 12-1a ET
• Trump Calls Hight U.S. Case Count a Badge of Honor; Trump Defends His Use of Hydroxychloroquine; CDC, Experts Recommend Face Masks as States Open; Michigan Auto Industry Reopening Slowly and Safely; Trump Considering Travel Ban for Brazil; U.K. Prime Minister Under Growing Pressure as Death Toll Rises. Aired 4-4:30a ET
• China Endorses Resolution to Review Pandemic Response; COVID-19 Impact on Travel and Tourism; Airline Trade Association Sets Out Plant to Revamp Flights; U.S. Sending Ventilators to Russia; Abbas Says Palestinians Absolved of Deals with Israel and U.S.; Several Countries Roll Out Contact Tracing Apps; Experiment Shows How Germs Can Spread at a Restaurant. Aired 4:30-5a ET
• CDC Sources, White House Decisions Drive By Politics, Not Science; Florida, Georgia Under Scrutiny For Reporting On COVID-19 Cases; Sources Say, Trump Expected To Finish Hydroxychloroquine Soon. Aired 10-10:30a ET
• All 50 States Now Partially Reopened As Deaths Rise; CDC Official To CNN, We've Been Muzzled; Steelers Quarterback Under Fire For Haircut, Defying Lockdown Order. Aired 1-1:30p ET
• South Korea Begins Phased Approach To Reopen Schools; Trump Considering Travel Ban For Brazil; China Endorses Resolution To Review Pandemic Response; India, Bangladesh Prepare For Cyclone Amphan; Trump Doubling Down on His Use of Hydroxychloroquine; U.S. States Further Relaxing Coronavirus Rules; U.S. Treasury Secretary Warns of Long-Term Economic Damage; Some COVID-19 Patients Struggle to Make Full Recovery. Aired 1-2a ET
• China Endorses Resolution To Review Pandemic Response; White House Accused Of Putting Politics Above Science; Abbas: Palestinians Absolved Of Deals With Israel, U.S.; Schools Reopen in South Korea; Trump Taking Hydroxychloroquine; Trump Suggests Travel Ban on Latin America; Record Cyclone to Make Landfall in Bay of Bengal. Aired 2-3a ET
• Restaurant Owner Pleads for PPP Changes; Trump Threatens to Withhold Funding; Experiment on How Germs Spread; Aired 9:30-10a ET
• Ford Plant Shuts Down After Positive Coronavirus Tests; Airlines Announce New Measures; Trump Muzzling CDC?. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• Trump Threatens To Withhold Federal Funding For Michigan, Nevada Over Mail-In Voting Push; Disney Springs Partially Reopens With Restrictions; Trump Admin Declassifies Susan Rice Email From 2017. Aired 12:30-1p ET
• Interview with University of Miami President Julio Frenk; Interview with Sen. Bill Cassidy (R-LA) and Sen. Bob Menendez (D-NJ); Trump Considers Latin American Travel Ban. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• Heavy Rains, Flash Floods Cause Thousands to Evacuate After Two Dams Fail in Michigan; CDC Sources: White House Decisions Driven By Politics and Not Science; Governors of All 50 States in the U.S. Weigh Reopening with Health and Safety of Residents. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• CDC Director Says Mission Shifting as New Virus Cases, Deaths Are Down; CDC Releases Detailed Reopening Guidelines after Tweaked by Trump Administration; All 50 States Are Now Partially Reopened; Connecticut Begins Reopening Process; Dr. Dan Barouch Discusses Study Finding Vaccine Success in Group of Monkeys; Connecticut Governor Ned Lamont, (D), Discusses State Reopening; Trump claims Flawed Study Failed Hydroxychloroquine; Dr. Radha Rajasingham Discussing Multi- University Study on If Hydroxychloroquine Can Ward Off COVID-19. Aired 11-11:30a ET
• Schools Try to Figure Out How to Reopen in The Fall; Premature Announcements About Vaccines Without Supporting Data Is Harmful; Trump Threatens to Withhold Funding for Michigan And Nevada Over Absentee Ballot Push. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• Pompeo Defends Recommendation to Fire I.G. Investigating Him; NY Governor Cuomo Gives Update on Coronavirus Response. Aired 11:30a- 12p ET
• All 50 U.S. States Now Partially Reopened; Tension Increases Between CDC and President Trump; Even With Masks, Virus Can Spread Widely in Restaurant Setting. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• Studies Find COVID-19 Antibodies Provide Protection Against Infection; Study Finds Vaccine Success In Group Of Monkeys; Former CDC Director: Surroundings Factor Into Whether To Wear Mask; Airline Industries Sees Glimmers Of Hope For Recovery; House Speaker Nancy Pelosi Defends Calling Trump "Morbidly Obese". Aired 12-12:30p ET
• PA Governor Livid Over Steelers Quarterback Getting Haircut Despite Order; Coronavirus Headlines From Across The Country; Sara Nelson, International President, Association Of Flight Attendants, Discusses Aviation Safety Measures; Dr. David Shulkin, Former Veterans Affairs Secretary, Discusses Sources Saying Trump Will Stop Taking Controversial Hydroxychloroquine In Coming Days. Aired 1:30-2p ET
• Trump, After Praising China, Accuses It Of "Mass Worldwide Killing"; Dr. Amy Compton-Phillips Discusses Before And After Photos Of Nurse Who Survived Virus; Update On Coronavirus Response Around The World; Father Sues College Because Virtual Education Isn't Worth The Same Amount As In-Person Classes. Aired 2:30-3p ET


May 19, 2020
• President Trump Taking the Drug He Touts; China on Defense Mode; U.S. May Abandon Its Contribution to WHO; Italy's Elderly Population Almost Wiped Out; Biotech Company Moderna Break its Good News; Coronavirus Pandemic; European Stocks Higher On Reopenings, Recovery Proposal; U.K. Expands Testing To Anyone Five Plus With Symptoms; U.K. Defends Waiting To Add Loss Of Sense Of Smell To Symptom List; Surge In U.K.'s Unemployment Benefit Claims In April; Self-Describe Strong Leaders Stumble In Face Of Outbreak; U.S. Reopening Coast To Coast; States Across The United States Continue To Ease Restrictions; Top Researcher, Face Mask Key To Controlling Outbreak; Spanish And English Football Clubs Begin Limited Training; Premier League Takes First Step Towards Restarting Season; Trial Test If Dogs Can Smell Covid-19 In Humans. Aired 3-4a ET
• Key Model Revises U.S. Death Projection Slightly Downward; Moderna Vaccine Shows Positive Early Results; Trump Says He's Taking Hydroxychloroquine; Trump Threatens to Permanently Pull Funding from W.H.O.; China Supports Independent Review Once Virus is Contained; Mnuchin, Powell to Face Senate Banking Committee; Almost Every U.S. State Is In Some Phase of Reopening. Aired 4-4:30a ET
• Trump Says He's Taking Hydroxychloroquine, FDA Warns Against It; Some Colleges Announce Overhauls To Schedules And In-Person Classes To Battle Coronavirus; Treasury Secretary, Fed Chairman Testify On Relief Efforts. Aired 10-10:30a ET
• Moderna Says Early Vaccine Trials Show Promise; More U.S. States Reopening; United Kingdom Expands Testing Eligibility; Italian Nursing Homes Devastated by Virus; China Imposes 80% Tariff on Australian Barley; Fired Inspector General Investigating Pompeo on Two Fronts. Aired 12-1a ET
• China Supports Independent Review Once Virus Is Contained; Trump Threatens To Permanently Freeze WHO Funding; No Evidence Hydroxychloroquine Works As Treatment; Italian Nursing Homes Devastated By Virus; Almost Every U.S. State Is Back Open To Some Degree; Moderna Vaccine Trial Shows Promising Early Results; Fed Chair Confident of Economic Recovery in the Long Run; Merkel, Macron Propose Recovery Fund for E.U.; D.J. Raises $1 million for Charity from His Basement; India Prepares for Super Cyclone Amphan. Aired 1-2a ET
• Fed Chair, Treasury Secretary Testify on Coronavirus Relief; WHO Considers Trump Letter Threatening to Permanently End U.S. Funding; Former Acting CDC Director, Dr. Richard Besser, Discusses Trump's Threat to Remove U.S. Funding from WHO & Trump Saying CDC Originally "Had No Tests" for Coronavirus; Update on Coronavirus Responses Around the World. Aired 11-11:30a ET
• Trump Says He's taking Unproven Drug Hydroxychloroquine Despite Warnings; Trump Threatens to Pull WHO Funding if Improvements aren't Made; Trump Touts Taking Unproven Drug Despite Warnings; Some Colleges Overhaul Fall Plans to Combat Virus; U.S. Futures Flat Ahead of Powell, Mnuchin Testimony. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• European Stocks Higher On Reopenings, Recovery Proposal; India And Bangladesh Prepare For Super Cyclone Amphan; Navajo Nation Surpasses New York's Infections Rate. Aired 2-3a ET
• Economic Crisis; Coronavirus and Colleges; Trump's Distraction Strategy. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• Treasury Secretary and Fed Chairman Testify on Coronavirus Relief Efforts. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• All States will be Partially Reopened by Memorial Day Weekend; Rice University Reopening in the Fall; Powell and Mnuchin Testify on Economic Recovery; California Builds Army of Contact Tracers; Pompeo Asked for Firing of the Inspector General. Aired 9:30-10a
• Update on Coronavirus Responses Around the World; Trump Announces He's Taking Hydroxychloroquine Despite FDA Warnings; Dr. William Lang, Former White House Physician, Discusses Trump Taking Hydroxychloroquine to Ward Off COVID-19; New York State Begins Phase 1 of Their Reopening But Hard-Hit NYC Has to Wait; Hard-Hit Miami Reopens Tomorrow; Warren Grills Mnuchin over Lack of Penalties. Aired 11-11:30a ET
• Navy Says USS Theodore Roosevelt Will Return to Sea This Week; Nursing Homes Face New Reopening Guidelines; Restaurant Owners Plead with Trump for Changes to Small Business Loans. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• Canada to Keep Border with U.S. Closed Through June 21st; Live Coverage of Donald Trump Press Conference; Trump Breaks Former Presidents' Protocols. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• Trump Heads To Capitol Hill For Lunch With Senate Republicans; Several Schools To Skip Fall Break, End Classes By Thanksgiving; California Hopes To Have 13,000 Active Contact Tracers. Aired 12:30-1p ET
• NJ Salon Owners to Reopen Despite Order: "I've Had Enough"; Southwest Reports Bookings Are Up But How Safe is Flying?; Daniel Hendrickson, Creighton University President, Discusses Some Colleges Shaking Up Fall Schedules to Avoid 2nd Wave of Virus; Update on Coronavirus Headlines Across the Country . Aired 1:30-2p ET
• President Donald Trump Delivers Remarks On Farmers & Food Supply Issues; President Donald Trump Takes Questions At The White House; New York Governor Andrew Cuomo: No Such Scandal If Bailed-Out Businesses Lay Off Workers; New York Governor Orders Businesses That Take Government Funds To Rehire As Many People As They Laid Off; Gov. Cuomo: 105 Deaths In New York Reported On Monday. Aired 12-12:30p ET
• As All 50 States Reopen, U.S. Death Toll Now More Than 90,000; Trump Escalates Distraction, Deception, Lies As Deaths Soar; Lawmakers Grill Treasury, Fed Chiefs On Economic Relief. Aired 1-1:30p ET
• As States Reopen, Some Schools Limiting In-Person Classes This Fall; Warren Grills Mnuchin Over Lack Of Penalties; Volusia County, Florida, Sheriff: 3,000 Attend Weekend Block Party; Report: FL Data Chief Removed After Refusal To Censor Information; New Study Suggests People Who Recover From Coronavirus Cannot Infect Others. Aired 2:30- 3p ET
• Trump Says World Health Organization is a Puppet of China; What is WHO's Role in Coronavirus Fight; Trump Explains Why He Fired State Department Inspector General; U.K. Expands Testing to Anyone Age 5+ with Symptoms; Trial Tests if Dogs Can Smell COVID-19 in Humans; Native Americans Among Most Vulnerable to virus. Aired 4:30-5a ET


May 18, 2020
• White House Says Life Must Go On; Britain Promise to Fund Two Vaccine Programs; Rushing is Not a Good Idea; Italians Learned Their Lesson Well from COVID; Fed Chair Jay Powell Warns U.S. Recovery Could Take Until End of 2021; President Trump to Meet with Restaurant Industry Execs and Travel to Michigan; Japanese Economy Falls Into Recession; Pompeo Backs Away From Theory Virus Came From Wuhan Lab; U.S. Navajo Nation Hit Hard by Coronavirus Outbreak; After Three Elections and Political Deadlock, Israel Finally Swears In New Government; Cyclone Amphan at Super Typhoon Strength. Aired 3-4a ET
• Nearly All U.S. States Reopening as Death Toll Climbs; Japanese Economy Falls into Recession; More Than 100 Cases Linked to South Korean Fitness Class; Pompeo Backs Away from Theory Virus Came from Wuhan Lab; Australia's Trade Row with China Creates Turmoil for Farmers ; White House Criticizes CDC for Early Testing Failures; Self- Described Strong Leaders Stumble in Face of Outbreak; India Extends Lockdown Until May 31; Surrogacy Babies Stranded in Ukraine; Maryland Man Makes 'Miracle' Recovery from Virus. Aired 12-1a ET
• Trump Lashes Out After Criticism from Obama; Nearly All U.S. States Reopening as Death Toll Climbs; U.K. Official Says We May Never Find a Successful Vaccine; U.S. Fed Chair Says Economic Recovery Could Take Till End of 2021; Automakers Restart U.S. Operations with New Safety Measures; Shops, Restaurants Reopen in Italy as Lockdown Eases; U.K. Prime Minister Acknowledges Frustrations Over Lockdown Rules; John Hopkins Reports Brazil has Fourth Highest Cases Globally. Aired 4-4:30a ET
• A Big Pharmaceutical Company, Moderna, Says Today That Its Trials Have Produced Promising Results; Montana Have A High Increase At A High Rate Of Cases In The Coronavirus. Aired 11-11:30a ET
• White house Criticizes CDC for Early Testing Failures; Texas Records Highest Single Day Increase in Cases; New York State Sees Major Drop in New Cases; Two Hard-Hit Counties in Florida Can Begin Reopening; Japanese Economy Falls Into Recession; Kenya Facing Shortage of Life-Saving Ventilators; Australia Rolls Out Virtual Campaign to Boost Tourism. Aired 4:30-5a ET
• Interview with Mayors John Giles, Steve Benjamin, and Nan Whaley; Interview with China's Medical Expert Zhong Nanshan; New York Partnering with Churches to Increase Testing in Underserved Communities. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• Forty-eight U.S. States to Reopen; White House Trade Adviser Points Finger at CDC for Testing Problems; President Trump Says Obama is Incompetent; WHO Warns of COVID-Related Disease in Children; Spain to Enter Phase Two of Reopening; U.K. Prime Minister Accepts Public Frustration Over Lockdown Rules; Italy Takes Calculated Risk to Reopen; Brazil is Now Fourth Most Infected Nation; Mike Pompeo Backtracks on Theory of Origin of Coronavirus. Aired 2-3a ET
• Senior CDC Official Rebukes White House Criticism as Tensions Escalate; Trump Faces Backlash After Ousting Another Government Watchdog; Source: Ousted State Department Inspector General was Investigating Pompeo. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• Trump Faces Backlash After Ousting Another Watchdog; Fed Chair Speaks of Economic Recovery; Tourism Industry at Standstill; Covid-19 Endangers Black Colleges and Universities. Aired 9:30-10a ET
• Texas Records Highest Single-Day Increases In Cases; Two-Hard- Hit Counties In Florida Can Begin Reopening; Nearly All U.S. States Reopening As Death Toll Climbs; Pompeo Backs Away From Theory Virus Came From Wuhan Lab; U.K. Recruits More Than 17,000 Contact Tracers; Japan In Recession; U.S. House Stimulus Bill Facing Heavy Opposition in Senate; Japanese Economy Falls into Recession; India Extends Lockdown Until May 31st; Kenya Facing Shortage of Life-Saving Ventilators; Australia Rolls Out Virtual Campaign to Boost Tourism. Aired 1-2a ET
• Trump Fires I.G. Who Was Investigating Pompeo; NY Governor Cuomo Gives Update on Coronavirus Response. Aired 11:30a-12p ET
• Promising Vaccine Trial; U.S. Coronavirus Deaths Top 90,000. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• Donald Trump Wants Congress to Investigate "Obamagate" but AG Barr States Any Efforts Has to be Approved By Him First; New Questions For The Navy Today as it Tries to Get The Aircraft Carrier USS Theodore Roosevelt Back Into Active Operations. Aired 12:30-1p ET
• University of SC Shakes Up Fall Schedule to Get Ahead of Winter Wave; American Camp Association Releases Guidelines for Summer Camps; Update on Coronavirus Headlines Across the Country; Dr. Wasef Muzaffar Discusses Strongly Urging an Alabama School District to Cancel This Week's In-Person Graduations; Apple Rolls Out Temp Checks, Mandatory Masks as Stores Reopen. Aired 1:30-2p ET
• Study Says U.S. Would Have Hit 35 Million Coronavirus Cases by End Of April if No Social Distancing; 14 Sailors on USS Roosevelt Test Positive; American Camp Association Releases New Guidelines on Day and Sleepaway Camps; W.H.O. Chief Agrees to Independent Review of COVID Response. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• States Across the Country Reopening Despite Infection Rates; Vaccine Study Produces Antibodies; Man on Cruise Ship for Eight Weeks as Tests Come Back Negative and Positive. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• Man Stuck on Cruise Ship 8 Weeks During Pandemic; Fed Chair's Warning: Downturn May Last Until "Late 2021"; Small Business that Took 10 Year to Build Destroyed in Weeks; Trump Administration Blasts China & WHO over Transparency; Update on Coronavirus Response Around the World; Surrogate Babies Stranded in Ukraine. Aired 2:30-3p ET
• Early Results From Vaccine Trial Show Promise; Source Says, Ousted Inspector General Was Investigating Pompeo; Governors Balance Health Risks, Economy As They Reopen States. Aired 10-10:30a ET
• FBI: Pensacola Terrorist Radicalized As Far Back As 2015; President Donald Trump Spent Weekend Talking Up Baseless Obama Conspiracy Theory; Attorney General: Don't Expect Criminal Inquiry Of Obama Or Biden Based On Probe Into Russia Investigation's Origin; Massachusetts Begins Four-Phased Approach To Reopening. Aired 12- 12:30p ET
• Vaccine Trial Participants Develop Antibodies Against Virus; Reopening Review, 17 States See Rise In Cases, 18 See Drop; Trump Administration Fight Itself, HHS Chief Goes After White House Adviser. Aired 1-1:30p ET


May 17, 2020
• Italy Reports Lowest Daily Death Toll Since Early March; More U.S. States Lift Restrictions, Case Count Still High; Strokes and Other Complications Can Accompany COVID-19; The Dr. Fauci of China; Brazil's COVID-19 Death Toll Passes 15K; Major European Football Returns. Aired 12-12:30a ET
• More U.S. States Lift Restrictions, Case Count Still High; Georgia Businesses Picking Up Three Works after Opening; Strokes and Other Complications Can Accompany COVID-19; The Dr. Fauci of China; Australia-China Diplomatic Row Turns Economic; CDC Warns about Childhood Illness Linked to Coronavirus; Italy Reports Lowest Daily Death Toll Since Early March; Top E.U. Brexit Negotiator "Not Optimistic" about Trade Deal. Aired 2-3a ET
• More U.S. States Lift Restrictions, Case Count Still High; Georgia Businesses Picking Up Three Works after Opening; New Jersey Opens Some Beaches as "Dry Run"; Strokes and Other Complications Can Accompany COVID-19; Spain to Reopen in Phases; Top E.U. Brexit Negotiator "Not Optimistic" about Trade Deal; The Dr. Fauci of China; Minnesota State Trooper's Amazing Gift; U.S. Democrats to Investigate Trump's Latest Firing; Demonstrators Demand Justice for Ahmaud Arbery; Major European Football Returns. Aired 3-4a ET
• Barack Obama Slams Trump Administration's Response to Coronavirus; Georgia Businesses Picking Up Three Works after Opening; Contact Tracing Vital Step in Controlling Coronavirus; Los Angeles Opens Some Beaches; The Dr. Fauci of China; U.S. Unemployment Claims Hit 36.5 Million; Many Retail Firms Struggling before Outbreak; Brazil's COVID-19 Death Toll Passes 15K; L.A. Firefighters Injured in Explosion; Virtual Graduation for Class of 2020. Aired 4-5a ET
• As Death Count Approaches 90,000, U.S. Begins Reopening; Texas Reports Highest One-Day Total Of New Cases; Beaches Start To Reopen In New Jersey But Remain Closed In New York; HHS Secretary Azar: New Antigen Tests Are In Development; Navajo Nation Faces Deepening Coronavirus Crisis; Interview With Navajo Nation President Jonathan Nez. Aired 2-3p ET
• Obama Slams Trump And Trump Fires Back; More States To Partially Reopen; State Department I.G. Fired By Trump; Texas One-Day Spike On New COVID-19 Cases; How And When To Reopen U.S. Schools?; Drive-In Movie Theaters Are Coming Back; Retail Industry Amid The Pandemic; Phyllis George, Dead At 70. Aired 5-6p ET
• Trump Attacks Obama As Grossly Incompetent In Escalating Feud; White House Trade Adviser Blames CDC On Testing Shortage; Trump Administration Makes More Moves In Its Watchdog Offices; Texas Reports Its Highest One-Day Spike In Coronavirus Cases; Governor Andrew Cuomo Tested For Coronavirus During Live Briefing; How Coronavirus Hits The Whole Body. Aired 4-5p ET
• New York Governor Gives Coronavirus Update. Aired 12-1p ET
• New York Governor Andrew Cuomo: Half Of New York Regions Begin Reopening; Los Angeles Explosion Melted Firefighters Helmets And Torched Their Coats; Dr. Zhong Advocates Reporting Accurate Disease Numbers; Hackers Target Law Firm, Threaten To Release Damaging Donald Trump Info; Black Light Experiment Shows How Quickly Virus Can Spread. Aired 1-2p ET
• The Coronavirus Pandemic Is Far From Over, But Most Of U.S. Starting To Get Back To Some Semblance Of A New Normal; Miami Date, Broward Counties In Florida To Partially Reopen Monday; Navajo Nation Faces Deepening Coronavirus Crisis. Aired 3-4 p ET
• Barack Obama Slams Trump Administration's Response to Coronavirus; Georgia Businesses Picking Up Three Works after Opening; Using Technology to Stop COVID-19 Spread; The Dr. Fauci of China; Italy Reports Lowest Daily Death Toll Since Early March; CDC Warns about Childhood Illness Linked to Coronavirus; Migrant Workers Left Few Options amid Outbreak; U.S. Democrats to Investigate Trump's Latest Firing; L.A. Firefighters Injured in Explosion; Pioneer Sportscaster Phyllis George Dead at 70. Aired 5-6a ET


May 16, 2020
• CDC Director Forecasts 100,000 U.S Coronavirus Deaths by June 1; White House Predicts Vaccine This Year, Experts Skeptical; Second Brazilian Health Minister Out; Questioning Online COVID-19 Data; TikTok Popularity Soars. Aired 12-12:30a ET
• Restrictions Eased in Parts of New York, Maryland, Virginia, 48 States to Phase in Reopen Plans by Monday; Germany and Austria Reopen Some Border Crossings; Second Brazilian Health Minister Out; CDC Director Forecasts 100,000 U.S Coronavirus Deaths by June 1; White House Predicts Vaccine This Year, Experts Skeptical; Researchers Use Cows to Develop Possible COVID-19 Treatment; China to Test All Wuhan Residents within 10 Days; Asia Pacific Region Reopening; Texas Restaurant Owner Weighs Economic Survival against His Health; Baltimore Students Hold Virtual Prom. Aired 2-3a ET
• White House Predicts Vaccine This Year, Experts Skeptical; U.S. Does Not Have Enough Syringes; United Kingdom Scientist Working on Unconventional Vaccine; Questioning Online COVID-19 Data; Restrictions Eased in Parts of New York, Maryland, Virginia, 48 States to Phase in Reopen Plans by Monday; Sanofi CEO Walks Back Vaccine Priority Comments; Arbery Killer Says It Wasn't Racism; TikTok Popularity Soars. Aired 3-4a ET
• CDC Director Forecasts 100,000 U.S Coronavirus Deaths by June 1; Wisconsin Supreme Court Strikes Down State's Stay-At-Home Order; United Kingdom Scientist Working on Unconventional Vaccine; Russian Health Officials Push Back on Wrong Reports; Restrictions Eased in Parts of New York, Maryland, Virginia, 48 States to Phase in Reopen Plans by Monday; China to Test All Wuhan Residents within 10 Days; Trump Fires State Department IG; Texas Restaurant Owner Weighs Economic Survival against His Health; Keith Urban Shows Future of Live Concerts During Pandemic. Aired 4-5a ET
• President Trump Announces Operation to Increase Speed of Vaccine Development for Coronavirus; Reports Indicate Tension between White House and CDC over Data Gathering; Parts of New York and Georgia Reopening Their Economies; President Trump Announces Plan to Remove State Department Inspector General Steve Linick; Thousands Volunteer to be Exposed to Coronavirus in Trail to Help Develop Vaccine; Caravan Traveling to Glynn County to Seek Removal of District Attorneys Who Did Not Make Arrests for Shooting Death of Ahmaud Arbery; Celebrities to Help High Schoolers Celebrate Graduation. Aired 10-11a ET
• White House Predicts Vaccine This Year, Experts Skeptical; Restrictions Eased In Parts Of New York, Maryland, Virginia, 48 States To Phase In Reopen Plans By Monday; United Kingdom Scientist Working On Unconventional Vaccine; Germany And Austria Reopen Some Border Crossings; Washington, D.C., To Stay Home Through June 8; McDonald's Details Safety Measures For Reopening Dining Rooms; Aging Veterans Losing Battle With COVID-19; Second Brazilian Health Minister Out. Aired 5-6a ET
• House Passes $3 Trillion Stimulus Package Despite Dem Defections; NY Stay-At-Home Order Extended Until May 28, Five Regions Reopened; Arkansas Holds Off On Phase 2 Reopening Amid Rise In Cases; Interview With Arkansas Governor Asa Hutchinson (R); Some New Jersey Beaches Open For Memorial Day "Dry Run"; D.C. And Surrounding Suburbs Extend Stay-At-Home Orders; Grocery Stores Record Largest Spike In Prices In Nearly 50 Years. Aired 11a-12p ET
• President Trump Announces Operation To Increase Speed Of Vaccine Development For Coronavirus; Reports Indicate Tension Between White House And CDC Over Data Gathering; New York Issues Plans To Reopen Parts Of State's Economy; California Beaches Reopen With Restrictions; Navajo Nation Hit Particularly Hard By Coronavirus Pandemic; New Orleans Mayor LaToya Cantrell (D) Is Interviewed On Reopening City's Economy; Celebrities To Help High Schoolers Celebrate Graduation. Aired 2-3p ET
• Forty-Eight States Partially Reopening Or Easing Restrictions By Sunday; Black Light Experiment Shows How Quickly Virus Can Spread; Trump Fires State Department Watch Dog Reportedly Investigating Pompeo; Rep. Gerry Connolly (D-VA) Discusses Trump Firing Linick, Pompeo Under Investigation, Democrat Probe Into Linick Firing, Democrat Coronavirus Aid Bill; McDonald's Details Safety Measures For Reopening Dining Rooms; J.C. Penny Files For Bankruptcy After 118 Years In Business. Aired 3-4p ET
• Forty-Eight States Partially Reopen Or Easing Restrictions By Sunday; Trump: "Vaccine Or No Vaccine, We're Back"; Growing Fears Over Possible COVID-Linked Syndrome In Kids; Transit Workers Head Back To Work Fearing Virus Exposure; John Costa, International President, Amalgamated Transit Union, Discusses Safety Of Transit Workers As States Reopen; Researchers Use Cows To Develop Possible COVID-19 Treatment; New Text Message Emerges In Ahmaud Arbery Case; Protests In Brunswick, GA, Over Arbery Killing. Aired 4-5p ET
• States Reopen; Barack Obama On Trump Administration; Volunteers To Take In Virus; Grocery Prices Rise By 2.6 Percent In Month Of April; Chef Daniel Boulud Discusses Rising Grocery Prices, Speaking To Trump On Reopening Restaurants, His Food1st Project; Can Sports Leagues Resume Games Without Virus Risk?; Sportscaster, Bob Costas, Discusses The Future Of Sports & Olympics Postponed. Aired 5-6p ET
• Trump Announces Ambitious Plan To Develop Vaccine By The End Of The Year; Pence To Take First Trip Since His Press Secretary's Positive Test; Tensions Rise Between The White House And CDC; Mexico Reports 2,400-Plus New Cases For Second Straight Day; Protesters Arrested At Anti-Lockdown Demonstration In London As U.K. Lowers Coronavirus Threat Level; Trump Fires State Department Inspector General Steve Linick. Aired 1-2p ET
• New York Governor Andrew Cuomo: Gives Coronavirus Update, 157 Coronavirus Deaths Yesterday In New York; Data Shows New Cases In Georgia Trending Downward In Recent Days; Georgia Restaurant Owner: Trying To Figure Out New Business Model; President Trump, Dr. Anthony Fauci Disagree Over When Schools Should Reopen; Grocery Stores Record Largest Spike In Prices In Nearly 50 Years; Retail Sales Dive To Record Low In April. Aired 12-1p ET
• Airlines Face Historic Losses As Pandemic Keeps People Home; New Text Message Shows Police Officer Connecting Ahmaud Arbery Suspect to Owner of Construction Site; Trump Fires State Department Watchdog Reportedly Investigating Pompeo. Aired 6-7p ET


May 15, 2020
• Did Not Air 1-2a ET
• Did Not Air 2-3a ET
• Ousted Vaccine Expert Laid Out Facts on Administration's Lack of Response; COVID-Like Illness targeting Children; Russian Health Officials Push Back on Wrong Reports; From One Man Infected to Now a Community Affected; Coronavirus Pandemic; Johns Hopkins University, 1.4 Million Cases In The United States; U.S. Vaccine Expert Warn Of Darkest Winter In Modern History; Protesters Demand U.S. States Reopen Quickly; At Least 24 States Are Seeing A Decreased Infection Rate; Questions Over Mexico's Reported Death Toll; Brazil Reports Record Number Of New Cases, Second Day In A Row; United Kingdom Scientist Working On Unconventional Vaccine; Sanofi CEO Walks Back Vaccine Priority Comments; Revealing A Hidden Killer, Japanese Studies Reveal How Easily Virus Can Spread; How To Keep Passengers Safe As Air Travel Resumes; Dubai Airport Implementing Social Distancing Measures; German Bundesliga Ready To Return To The Pitch. Aired 3-4a ET
• Ousted Vaccine Expert Warns 'Time is Running Out'; Moscow Health Officials Hit Back at Underreporting Claims; Questions Over Mexico's Reported Death Toll; Chinese Officials Ramp Up COVID-19 Testing; Seoul Nightclub Cluster Grows; 36.5 Million U.S. Unemployment Claims Filed Since Mid-March; Singapore's Migrant Workers Stuck in Dorms; U.K. Scientists Working on Unconventional Vaccine. Aired 12-1a ET
• Ousted U.S. Vaccine Expert Warns Time is Running Out; CDC Issues Guidelines on Rare Disorder Among Children; Trump Tries to Discredit Bright as Disgruntled Employee; Las Vegas Casinos Prepare to Reopen in a Few Weeks; Scientists Test Novel Approach to COVID-19 Vaccine. Aired 4-4:30a ET
• New Cases Rising in Some U.S. States, Falling in Others; Moscow Health Officials Hit Back at Underreporting Claims; U.S. Airlines Disagree on Face Mask Policies; Emirates to Resume Some Fights Starting May 21; Japanese Studies Reveal How Easily Virus Can Spread. Aired 4:30-5a ET
• CDC Releases Scaled-Back Guidance As States Reopen; Researchers Use Cows To Develop Possible COVID-19 Treatment; Face Coverings Mandatory For Los Angeles County Residents. Aired 10-10:30a ET
• Schools Weigh Options to Reopen; Retail Sales Collapse; Casinos Prepare to Reopen; Mental and Physical Effects of the Pandemic. Aired 9:30-10a
• 48 States Will Have Eased Coronavirus Restrictions By Weekend; Dr. Jehan El-Bayoumi Discusses D.C. and Surrounding Counties in Maryland, Virginia Putting Off Reopening; Bars Open After Court Blocks Wisconsin's Stay-at-Home Order; Wisconsin Lt. Gov. Mandela Barnes, (D), Discusses Health Risk after Court Blocks Stay-at-Home Order; Dr. Howard Forman Discusses Scaled-Back CDC Reopening Guidelines. Aired 11-11:30a ET
• Can Cows Help Treat Coronavirus?; States Reopening; President Trump Promises Vaccine By End of Year. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• New York Extends Stay-at-Home Order Unless Region Meets Criteria; Wisconsin Counties Set Own Rules After Court Throws Out Stay-at-Home Order; Data Shows New Cases in Georgia Trending Downward in Recent Days; Some Louisiana Businesses Reopening as Stay-at-Home Order Expires; FDA Commissioner: Up to White House to Decide Whether it will Still Use Abbott's Fast COVID-19 Test; CDC Releases Scaled- Back Guidance as States Reopen; Kellyanne Conway: President Trump to Make Announcement on Vaccine Development at Noon Eastern Time. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• New Vaccine Chief Says, early date suggests by end of the year; . Aired 1-1:30p ET
• Dr. Howard Forman Discusses Scaled-Back CDC Reopening Guidelines; 5 Sailors on "USS Theodore Roosevelt" Test Positive for Coronavirus; NY Governor Cuomo Gives Update on Coronavirus Response. Aired 11:30a-12p ET
• White House Threatens To Veto $3 Trillion COVID Relief Bill; Trump Discusses Push For Coronavirus Vaccine. Aired 12:30-1p ET
• Interview with L.A. County Public Health Director; Interview with Ford President and CEO Jim Hackett; China to Test All Wuhan Residents Within 10 Days. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• Researchers Are Using Mice to Develop Antibody Treatment; CEO Predicts 25 Percent of All Restaurants Will Permanently Close; Mayor Says Hundreds of Contract Tracers Will Start in Days; Nicaraguans Accuse Government of Hiding Real Death Toll. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• Vaccines May Not Be an Easy Solution; Coronavirus Cases Surging in Texas; Interview with Keith Urban. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• Dr. Peter Hotez Discusses Reliability of Coronavirus Tests Used by White House; New Cases Decline in 28 States as Most of U.S. Reopens; Why Some Cases Are Declining as Nearly all U.S. States Reopen; Wisconsin Bars Packed after Court Strikes Down Lockdown Orders; Kroger to End Extra "Hero Pay" for Frontline Workers; Asian- American Doctors Create Video to Show Racial Hate; Trump's New Vaccine Chief: Early Data Suggests Doses by End of Year. Aired 1:30-2p ET
• U.S. Coronavirus Deaths Near 86,000; Cases Eclipse 1.4 Million; Trump To Discuss Vaccine As Admin Experts Predict 12-18 Month Timeline; CDC Warns About Childhood Illness Possibly Linked To COVID- 19; 48 States Will Have Eased Coronavirus Restrictions By Weekend; Texas Sees Highest Number Of New Coronavirus Cases In One Day; U.S. Retail Sales Plunge A Record 16.4 percent in April; White House Threatens To Veto $3 Trillion COVID Relief Bill. Aired 12-12:30p ET
• Keith Urban Shows Future of Live Concerts During Pandemic; Michelle Nunn, president/ CEO, Care USA AND Sheryl Sandberg, COO, Facebook, Discuss Initiative to Tackle Gender-Based Violence During Pandemic; Update on Coronavirus Response Around the World; Tensions Rise Between U.S. and China over Businesses, Pandemic; TAPS Helps Frontline Workers With Grief. Aired 2:30-3p ET


May 14, 2020
• President Trump Contradicts His Top Health Expert's View; WHO Fears Coronavirus Will Stay Longer; Millions of Americans Filed for Unemployment; Volunteers Risk Their Lives for the Sake of Everybody; Coronavirus Pandemic, Volunteers Behind Covid-19 Vaccine Trials; Europe Looks For Return Of Tourism; U.S. Moves To Reopen Even As Death Toll Climbs; European Union Releases Guidelines For Phased Return Tourism; Town Caught In The Middle Of Covid-19 Lockdown; Brazil Reports 11,350 Plus New Cases In A Single Day; U.S. Mask Manufacturer Prestige Ameritech, Government Missed Timely Opportunity; Play Ball Has Never Been Like This; Can Sports Leagues Resume Games Without Virus Risk. Aired 3-4a ET
• U.S. Vaccine Expert Warns of Darkest Winter in Modern History; Trump calls Fauci's Comments on Schools Unacceptable; Fauci Says U.S. Death Toll Probably Being Undercounted; Abbot Defend Test as Preliminary Study Reports Flaws; Wisconsin's Top court Strikes Down Stay-at-Home Order; U.S. States Reopening as Death Toll Exceeds 84,000; European Plans to Revive Air Travel for Summer Tourism; U.K. Finance Minister Says Significant Recession Likely. Aired 4-4:30a ET
• Ousted Federal Vaccine Chief Testifies In Whistleblower Hearing. Aired 10-10:30a ET
• Study Shows Droplets with Virus Can Stay in Air Eight Minutes; Experts Say Contact Tracing is Key in Slowing Virus' Spread; Fed Chairman Warns U.S. May Need New Stimulus; Major U.S. Airlines Struggle to Enforce Safety Policies; Audio and New Video Released in Death of Jogger; Can Sports Leagues Resume Games Without Virus Risk. Aired 4:30-5a ET
• Nearly 3 Million Americans Filed Unemployment Claims Last Week; Texas A.G. Warns Cities to Loosen Restrictions; Texas PPE Maker Set to Testify That U.S. Government Ignored His Offer to Produce Millions of Masks. Aired 9:30-10a ET
• Meet the Volunteers Behind COVID-19 Vaccine Trials; U.S. Accuses China of Trying to Steal Vaccine Research; Trump: Dealing with China is Very Expensive; MLS Plans Centralized Tournament to Resume Season; Naomi Osaka Opens Up While Tennis on Hold. Aired 12-1a ET
• U.S. States Reopening As Death Toll Exceeds 84,000; Sources: Trump Camp Questioning If COVID-19 Death Toll Is Inflated, Fauci Says It's Likely Too Low; Thousands Return To Work As The U.K. Eases Restrictions; Fed Chair Warns U.S. May Need New Stimulus; Push for Contact Tracing to Track Virus Infections; Tracking Night club Cases Key Concern for South Korea; COVID-19 Policies Impact Town on Belgium- Netherlands Border; Brazil's Sao Paula Favelas Struggle to Combat Virus; Can Sports Leagues Resume Games without Virus Risk; Naomi Osaka Opens Up While Tennis is on Hold. Aired 1-2a ET
• Trump Takes Criticism of Dr. Fauci Public; Ousted Vaccine Chief: U.S. Faces "Darkest Winter" Without Better Response; L.A. Times: FBI Serves Warrant to Senator Burr in Stocks Investigation; Wisconsin Supreme Court Strikes Down Stay-at-Home Order; CDC Shelved Report Provides Detailed Guidelines for Reopening. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• Fed Chair Warns U.S. May Need New Stimulus; Thousands Return To Work As U.K. Eases Restrictions; Volunteers Behind COVID-19 Vaccine Trials. Aired 2-3a ET
• When Will Schools Reopen?; Wisconsin Supreme Court Strikes Down Stay-At-Home Order; Former Top U.S. Vaccine Expert Issues Stark Warning. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• Trump Says Fauci's Caution on Reopening Schools Not An Acceptable Answer; Colleges Look for Federal Guidance on When to Reopen; Senator Burr Stepping Down As Intel Chair after FBI Seized His Cell Phone; Doctors May See More Cases of Coronavirus Related Disease in Children. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• Sen. Richard Burr (R-NC) to Relinquish Chairmanship of Intelligence Committee; Live Coverage of Gov. Andrew Cuomo (D-NY) Press Conference; States Track Cases as More Reopenings Begin. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• Ousted Federal Vaccine Chief Testifies In Whistleblower Hearing. Aired 12:30-1p ET
• Ousted Federal Vaccine Chief Testifies in Whistleblower Hearing; Dr. Bright: I Believe We Could Have Done Better. Aired 10:30- 11a ET
• Dr. Richard Bright: "Met With Indifferences" When I Warned Of PPE Shortage In January Got A Number Of Excuses, But Never Any Action; Dr. Richard Bright: "Without Better Planning, 2020 Could Be The Darkest Winter In Modern History"; Dr. Richard Bright: "I Was Quite Alarmed" To Learn National Stockpile Didn't Include Enough Testing Equipment & Supplies; Dr. Richard Bright: "I Was Told That My Urgings Were Causing A Commotion, And I Was Removed From Those Meetings"; Dr. Richard Bright: "Time Is Running Out" With Virus Spreading Everywhere. Aired 12-12:30p ET
• Ousted Federal Vaccine Chief Testifies In Whistleblower Hearing. Aired 1-1:30p ET
• Rates of New Cases, Deaths Per Day on Average Are Down in U.S.; Minnesota Governor Says Mall of America Will Reopen on June 1st; Pentagon Removes Defense Production Act Point Person; Wisconsin's Top Court Strikes Down Stay-at-Home Order; Black-Light Experiment Shows How Quickly Virus Can Spread; Research Scientist, Jeremy Howard, Discusses Health Experts Asking Governors to Require Masks, Japanese Study on Virus Spread, Study Showing Virus Droplets Can Remain in Air 8 Minutes; Mike Lovell, Marquette University President, Discusses Call with Pence on Bringing Students Back to Campuses; FBI Seizes Senator Burr's Phone in Stock Sale Probe. Aired 2:30-3p ET
• Dr. Bright Says Window Of Opportunity Is Closing To Address The Pandemic. Aired 11-11:30a ET
• Dr. Rick Bright's Testimony On Coronavirus Pandemic. Aired 11:30a-12p ET
• Dr. Rick Bright Testifies Before House Health Subcommittee; Dr. Peter Hotez Discusses Rick Bright Testimony; Trump & HHS Secretary Azar Weigh in on Bright's Testimony. Aired 1:30-2p ET


May 13, 2020
• Dr. Fauci Laying the Consequences of Loosening Restrictions; One Positive Can Infect a Whole Community; Coronavirus Penetrates Putin's Inner Circle; New Illness Prey on Children; Malnutrition and Food Scarcity Could Lead 1.2 Children to Die in Six Months; Coronavirus Pandemic; Dr. Fauci And The U.S. President, A Task Force Timeline; U.S. Markets Look To Avoid Another Huge Sell-Off; Debates Rages Over How And When To Reopen Economies; Officials Order Tesla Plant To Cease Operations; U.K. Easing Restrictions On Movement; Germany, Decline In Infections After Earlier Outbreaks; Germany Finds Unique Ways To Keep Culture Alive; Top U.S. Diplomat Arrives In Israel Amid Virus Crisis; Celebrities Offer Words Of Encouragement To 2020 Grads. Aired 3-4a ET
• New Cluster Connected to Seoul's LGBTQ Nightclubs; Debate Rages Over How and When to Reopen Economies; Germany Finds Unique Ways to Keep Culture Alive; Twitter: Some Employees Can Work from Home Indefinitely; Trump's Lawyers Argue for Temporary Immunity from Investigation, Prosecution; U.S. Projected Deaths to Reach 147K by August 4; Fauci Warns of Serious Consequences in Reopening Too Fast; Putin Spokesperson Hospitalized with COVID-19; All Wuhan Citizens to Be Tested Following New Cases; New Cluster Connected to Seoul's LGBTQ Night Clubs. Aired 12-1a ET
• Fauci Worries Reopening Early Could Lead to Outbreaks; Trump Claims U.S. Leads the World in Testing; CDC: Limited Data on Risk Factors for Severe Disease; Children Diagnosed with Possible COVID-19 Related Illness; U.K. Easing Restrictions on Movement; Russia has Second Highest Number of Cases, After U.S. Aired 4-4:30a ET
• Key Model Increases U.S. Death Projection