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May 26, 2019


May 25, 2019
• Democratic Presidential Candidate Bernie Sanders to Hold Fundraiser in San Francisco; President Trump Visits Japan to Meet with Prime Minster and New Emperor; Hiker in Maui Rescued after Being Lost for Weeks; Tulsa, Oklahoma, Faces Flooding after Tornado; Trump Administration to Authorize Arms Sale to Saudi Arabia and UAE; Judge Blocks Trump Administration's Attempt to Fund Border Wall without Congressional Approval; President Trump Reconsidering Pardons of U.S. Military Servicemembers Accused of War Crimes. Aired 10-11a ET
• Search for a New British Prime Minister; E.U. Leaders React to Theresa May's Resignation; Trump Visits Japan; U.S. to Send Additional 1,500 Troops to Middle East; Kenyan High Court Upholds Law Banning Gay Sex; "Traffic Jam" Blamed for Deaths on Mt. Everest. Aired 3-3:30a ET
• Trump Gives Barr Extraordinary Powers; Trump Visits Japan; U.S. to Send Additional 1,500 Troops to Middle East; Search for a New British Prime Minister; "Traffic Jam" Blamed for Deaths on Mt. Everest; Hundreds Celebrate Beloved Mailman's Retirement. Aired 4-5a ET
• Trump Visits Japan; Trump Speaks to Business Leaders; Search for a New British Prime Minister; U.S. to Send Additional 1,500 Troops to Middle East; Boy Helps Man in Wheelchair as Storm Approaches. Aired 5-6a ET
• Democratic Presidential Candidate Bernie Sanders to Hold Rally in Vermont; Former Vice President Joe Biden Continues to Lead Democratic Presidential Primary; President Trump Visits Japan to Meet with Prime Minster and New Emperor; Hiker in Maui Rescued after Being Lost for Weeks; Theresa May Resigns as British Prime Minister; West Point Graduating Class Includes Highest Number of African-American Women Cadets; Man Convicted of Kidnapping and Murder Sentenced to Life in Prison. Aired 2-3p ET
• Trump Visits Japan; Hiker Found Alive in Maui; Sanders Holds Rally as He Slips in Polls; Bernie Sanders to Hold Campaign Rally in Home State; West Point Graduates Most Diverse Class in Its History; Trump Bypasses Congress on Arms Sales to Middle East Allies; WhatsApp Reveals Major Security Flaw. Aired 12-1p ET
• Missing Yoga Instructor Rescued in Hawaii after 2 Weeks; Soon Bernie Sanders to Hold Campaign Rally in Home State Amid Sliding Poll Numbers; Polls: Elizabeth Warren, Kamala Harris on the Rise; Tornadoes Heavy Rains Flam Oklahoma Causing Widespread Damage; Over 40 Million Under Severe Weather Threats This Weekend; Human Traffic Jam on Mount Everest Creates Legal Conditions for Climbers; State Rep. Kyle Mullica (D-CO) Discusses Measles Outbreak, Vaccines, Death Threats; Trump Arrives for Japan State Visit with Abe Amid Trade Tensions; Trump Arrives in Japan Amid Tensions with China, North Korea. Aired 1-2p ET
• Soon Bernie Sanders to Hold 1st Home State Rally Amid Sliding Poll Numbers; Polls: Elizabeth Warren, Kamala Harris on the Rise; Kamala Harris, Elizabeth Warren Court Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez for Support; Bernie Sanders Holds Rally in Montpelier, Vermont. Aired 3-4p ET
• Senator Bernie Sanders Had Campaign Rally In Vermont; President Trump Is Working To Strike A Deal With Japan; Many Hurt by Trump's Tariffs Continue to Support the President; New Pennsylvania Poll Had Biden Ahead of Trump; Rep. Vicente Gonzalez (D-TX) Discusses 6th Migrant Child Death in U.S. Custody and Possible Trump Administration Coverup; Trump Bypasses Congress on Saudi Arms Sales; Missing Yoga Instructor Rescued in Hawaii after 2 Weeks; West Point Graduates Most Diverse Class In Its History. Aired 4-5p ET


May 24, 2019
• Prime Minister Narendra Modi Wins a Second Term; Theresa May's Political Career Soon to End; Julian Assange's Happy Days is Over; Kenya's High Court Weighs Whether to Overturn a Colonial Era Law; President Trump and Nancy Pelosi's Feud Frustrates Americans; U.K. Prime Minister Facing Pressure To Resign; India's Prime Minister Modi Wins Second Term In A Landslide; WikiLeaks Founder Julian Assange Charged Under U.S. Espionage Act; Dangerous Weather; Venezuela In Crisis; Same Sex Weddings Begin In Taiwan; Silent Kingdom, A World Beneath The Waves. Aired 3-4a ET
• Political Feud; Brexit Battle; Europe Decides; Julian Assange Charged Under U.S. Espionage Act; Chaos and Destruction After Tornadoes; Dangerous Weather; Botswana Answers Its Critics. Aired 2-3a ET
• Trump Gives Attorney General Barr Sweeping New Powers In Russia Probe Review; Trump Approves Deployment Of More Troops To Middle East; Trump Allies Share Doctored Video Of Rep. Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) Slurring Her Words. Aired 10-10:30a ET
• Modi Wins Re-Election as India's Prime Minister; Day Two of European Parliament Elections Kick off Soon; Same Sex Weddings Begin in Taiwan; Tornadoes and Floods Devastate Central U.S.; Stern: Trump Ran for President as Publicity Stunt; U.K. Prime Minister Facing Pressure To Resign; WikiLeaks Founder Assange Charged Under U.S. Espionage Act; Donald Trump Falls For Nancy Pelosi's Trap; Trump Announces $16 Billion In Aid To Farmers As Trade War Continues. Aired 1-2a ET
• Trump's False Claim; Bailout for Farmers; Robert Mueller's Testimony; Judge Orders Smollett Case Documents Unsealed. Aired 9:30- 10a ET
• Pelosi Getting Under Trump's Skin?; Howard Stern Speaks Out on Trump; Republican Congressman Blocks Disaster Aid Bill; Trump Sending 1,500 Troops to Middle East to Counter Iran. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• Palestinian Economy Struggling During Ramadan; Human Rights Watch: Bangladesh Expels Rohingya Students. Aired 12-1a ET
• Trump Gave Bill Barr Sweeping New Powers in Russia Probe Review; British Prime Minister to Resign June 7th Amid Brexit Backlash; Video of Pelosi Slurring Her Words Goes Viral; President Trump Announces $16 Billion Bailout to Farmers Hurt By Trade War. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• Howard Stern: Trump Ran for President as a Publicity Stunt; From Oreos to Arguing, Ben Carson's Tough Week of Testimony; Sentencing for Man Who Kidnapped Teen, Killed Her Parents; Deployed Dad Surprises Daughter at High School Graduation; Supreme Court Puts Gerrymandering Rulings on Hold. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• Interview with Rep. Mike Quigley (D-IL); Theresa May Resigns as British Prime Minister; Female 2020 Candidates for President Rising in the Polls. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• British P.M. Theresa May Quits After Another Brexit Plan Fails; Sentencing for Man Who Kidnapped Teen, Killed Her Parents; 2 Dead Amid Human Traffic Jam on World's Tallest Mountain; Trump Approves Deployment of More Troops to Mideast Amid Iran Tensions. Aired 2:30-3p ET
• President Trump Has Just Authorized The Deployment Of About Fifteen Hundred Troops To The Middle East; The President Used His Twitter Timeline To Share An Edited Video Of Pelosi; Trump Defends Giving Barr Power To Declassify Russia Probe Intel. Aired 2-2:30p ET


May 23, 2019
• Drop Investigations or No Deal Done; India Tallying Votes of 600 Million Voters; Election Protests in Indonesia Killed Six People; CBP Closed Down Migrant Center Due to Influenza Outbreak; At Least Six Dead In Post-Election Violence; Alarm Over Working Conditions For Minority Muslims In China; Missouri Capital Takes Direct Hit From Tornado; Second Judge Allows Access To Trump Bank Records; Botswana Lifts Ban On Elephant Hunting; Yemen's Massive Cholera Outbreak; Monks Resurrects Centuries-Old Beer. Aired 3-4a ET
• Trump Insults Rex Tillerson; Migrant Died in U.S. Custody Last Year; Sen. John Barrasso (R-WY) is Interviewed about Troops to the Middle East; Trump to Announce Aid Package to Farmers. Aired 9:30-10a ET
• Brexit Still Faces Challenges; European Parliament Elections; House Speaker Nancy Pelosi Accuses Trump of Cover-Up; Ballots Being Counted in India's National Election; Aid Workers Fear 'Massive' Cholera Epidemic in Yemen; Anti-U.S. Song Going Viral on Chinese Social Media. Aired 12-1a ET
• Ballots Being Counted in India's National Election; "American Taliban" to be Released from Prison Soon; Flooded River Claims Waterfront Home. Aired 1-2a ET
• Missouri Governor Says Some People Trapped after Tornadoes; Trump: Drop Investigations or No Deal; Second Judge Allows Access To Trump Bank Records; Six Dead in Indonesia Election Protests; Mobile Networks Suspend Orders for Huawei Smartphones. Aired 2-3a ET
• Democratic Candidates Court Women, Minorities; Rex Tillerson Questions Trump's Values; Interview With Sen. John Kennedy (R-LA); Pelosi vs. Trump. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• Interview with Rep. Steve Cohen (D-TN); Rex Tillerson Meets Secretly with House Foreign Affairs Committee; U.S. May Send Thousands More Troops to Middle East. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• Violent Tornado Slams Missouri's Capital; Floodwaters Sweep Away Homes in Oklahoma; Trump Refuses to Work with Democrats Until Investigations End; Judge Upholds Subpoenas for Trump's Financial Records; American Taliban Fighter Released from Prison After 17 Years; U.S. to Announce $16 Billion Aid Package for Farmers. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• Tubman $20 Bill Won't Happen During Trump Administration; Trump Announces $16 Billion in Aid to Farmers Amid Trade War. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• Violent Tornado Slams Missouri's Capital, Three Dead In State; Rep. Nancy Pelosi Speaks After Feud With Trump Escalates; Judge Upholds Subpoenas For Trump's Financial Records. Aired 10-10:30a ET
• Trump & First Lady Make Unannounced Visit to Arlington; 6th Migrant Child's Death in U.S. Custody; Wrongfully Convicted Man Who Spent 45 Years Behind Bars Is Freed; President Trump's Infrastructure Week Didn't Go as Planned. Aired 2:30-3p ET
• The Most Powerful Democrat In Congress Said The President Of The United States Was Engaged In A Cover-Up; Alarming Crime Update From The FBI; More Dangerous Storms Are Moving Through The Midwest. Aired 2-2:30p ET


May 22, 2019
• Impeachment Talks in a Tug of War; Former White House Aides Subpoenaed by House Judiciary Committee; No War with Iran, Only Confusing Messages from Washington; Women Against New Abortion Laws; Democrats Issue More Subpoenas In Obstruction Probe; Iran's Top Diplomat, U.S. Playing Very Dangerous Game; Six Dead, Hundreds Injured In Jakarta Protests; Race For The White House; House Freedom Caucus Condemns Amash; New Brexit Deal For 4th Vote; Underwater After Dangerous Storms; Studies On Climate Crisis; Ben Carson, Grasping The Terminology. Aired 3-4a ET
• Trump's Iran Strategy Faces Partisan Divide; Interview with Javad Zarif, Iranian Foreign Minister, on U.S. Sanctions; House Subpoenas More Ex-White House Officials; Prime Minister May Announces "New Brexit Deal" for Fourth Vote; U.S. Temporarily Eases Restrictions on Chinese Telecom Giant; North Korean Media Call Biden an Imbecile; Study: 187 Million People at Risk from Rising Sea Levels. Aired 12-1a ET
• Texas Migrant Center Halts Admissions; Support for O'Rourke Tumbles; Federal Court Unseals Cohen's Warrants; John Walker Lindh to be Released from Prison; Pelosi Speaks to Reporters. Aired 9:30-10a ET
• Nancy Pelosi Meeting with House Democrats Amid Impeachment Pressure; Treasury Secretary Faces Capitol Hill Grilling Over Trump's Tax Returns; Growing Uncertainty About Mueller's Public Testimony; Schiff Cancels Meeting After DOJ Offers to Share Mueller Materials; Beto O'Rourke Calls for Impeachment Process to Begin; American Taliban Set to Leave Federal Prison Tomorrow. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• Treasury Secretary Defends Withholding Trump Tax Returns; Michael Avenatti Indicted; President Trump Gets Upset at Pelosi, Cancels Infrastructure Talks. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• Trump Officials Brief Lawmakers On Iran Strategy; Iran's Strategy Faces Partisan Divide; P.M. May Announces New Brexit Deal For 4th Vote; Police In Jakarta Use Tear Gas To Disperse Protestors; More Democrats Calling For Trump's Impeachment; Abortion Rights Supporters Rally Across The U.S. Aired 1-2a ET
• Trump's Iran Strategy Faces Partisan Divide; Interview with Javad Zarif, Iranian Foreign Minister, on U.S. Sanctions; Trump Taps Cuccinelli for Immigration Post; Trump Tax Returns; Prime Minister May Announces "New Brexit Deal" for Fourth Vote; Women against New Abortion Laws. Aired 2-3a ET
• Judge Suggests House Subpoenas Too Broad in Trump Bank Case; Treasury Chief: I'm Not Breaking Law by Holding Trump's Taxes; New York Passes Bill Letting Congress See Trump's State Tax Returns; Dozens Showing Flu Symptoms at Facility Housing Immigrants; American Taliban Could be Release Tomorrow After 17 Years. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• Robert Mueller May Be Unwilling to Testify Publicly; Federal Court Unseals Cohen Warrants; Secretary Steven Mnuchin Testifies Before House Today. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• Pelosi: Trump Obstruction, Coverup "Could Be Impeachable Offense"; Trump Declares He Can't Work with Democrats Until Investigations End; Rep. Ruben Gallego (D-AZ) Discusses Trump Obstruction; Impeachment; Infrastructure Legislation, Mueller Report; Avenatti Charged with Stealing Money from Client Stormy Daniels; IRS Memo Contradicts Mnuchin's Reasons to Hold Trump's Taxes; N.Y. Lawmakers Pass Bill to Get Trump's State Tax Returns to Congress; Feds: Man Who Wanted to "Bomb Trump Tower" Arrested. Aired 2:30-3p ET
• Pelosi Says Trump Is Engaged In A Cover-Up; Lawmakers Split After Briefing On Iran Threat. Aired 10-10:30a ET
• President Declares He Won't Work With Congress Until It Stops Investigating Him. Tensions Are Growing Between National Security Adviser John Bolton And Secretary Of State Mike Pompeo. Pelosi: Trump Obstruction, Cover-Up Could Be An Impeachable Offense. Aired 2-2:30p ET


May 21, 2019
• Mixed Messages from Trump Confuses Observers; Don McGahn to be Held in Contempt of Congress; New Party in U.K. Pushes for a new Brexit Referendum; Iran Claims To Increase Uranium Enrichment Capacity; White House Tells Former Counsel To Defy Subpoena; Formula One Champion Niki Lauda Dies At 70; Crisis in Yemen, Where Millions Face Famine; Yemen's Nationwide Addiction To Khat; A Pardon For War Crimes; High Tech Breakup; Automaker Cutting 10 Percent Of Salaried Staff Worldwide; Dire Warning About Violent Weather; Scaling The Heights In Eiffel Tower; Game of Thrones Series Ends. Aired 3-4a ET
• Report: U.K. Welfare Cuts Causing Families to Go Hungry; Cubans Experiencing Food Crisis; Trump May Have Revealed U.S. Intel in TV Comments. Aired 12-1a ET
• Tensions Flare as Democrats Debate Impeachment Behind Closed Doors; White House Blocks McGahn's Testimony on Capitol Hill; Several Democrats Press Pelosi on Impeachment; Don McGahn Expected to Defy Congressional Subpoena; Democrats Divided Over Impeachment; Michael Cohen Reveals Jay Sekulow Urged False Testimony on Trump Tower Moscow. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• Ex-White House McGahn Defies House Subpoena, Skips Hearing. Aired 10-10:30a ET
• Iran Refuses Trump's Offer of Talks; Don McGahn to Defy Subpoena; Trump Appealing the Mazars Subpoena Ruling; Powerful Storms Threaten Oklahoma. Aired 9:30-10a ET
• Federal Judge Examines Mississippi Abortion Ban; Iranian Tensions; Impeachment Calls Grow Louder; Robert Mueller Hesitant to Testify Publicly. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• Crisis Rages in Yemen Where Millions Face Famine; New Change U.K. Party Pushes for another Referendum. Aired 1-2a ET
• White House Tells Former Counsel To Defy Subpoena; Mixed Messages and Threats from Trump on Iran Confuse Observers; Google Restricts Huawei's Access to Software Services; U.K. Welfare Cuts Causing Families to Go Hungry. Aired 2-3a ET
• Water Rescues Underway After Tornadoes Rip Across U.S.; Barr Says Trump Is Not an Errand Boy for Congress; Kobach Demanded Wild Perks to Be Trump's Immigration Czar; Broken Promises Weigh on Black Voters Ahead of 2020 Vote; Chinese Tariffs Drowning Maine's Lobster Industry. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• Don McGahn Does Not Answer Subpoena Today; Trump's Attorneys to Appeal Court Financial Ruling; Severe Flooding Today in Oklahoma. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• Rep. John Garamendi (D-CA) Discusses Pompeo Briefing On Iranian Threat, Impeachment And Don McGahn's No-Show; Trump Continues To Attack Biden Against Advisers' Advice; Beto O'Rourke Will Try To Recapture Momentum At Tonight's CNN Town Hall; Nationwide Protests Erupt Over Abortion Bans Across U.S.; Fox News Host Privately Encouraged Trump To Pardon U.S. War Criminals; Mueller Team Hesitant About Special Counsel Testifying Publicly Before Lawmakers. Aired 2:30-3p ET
• Team Mueller Is Expressing Reticence About His Testifying Before The House Judiciary Committee In Front Of Cameras; A New Danger In The Midwest After Dozens Of Tornadoes Touched Down; Rep. John Garamendi (D-CA) Talks About Briefing With Secretary Pompeo Regarding Iran. Aired 2-2:30p ET


May 20, 2019
• A Message of Peace and War; One GOP Member Going After President Trump; Jacob Zuma Awaits Trial; Italy's Parliament Election Just a Week Away; Food Crisis Crippled Yemen; World Headlines; Billionaire's Surprise; West Point Ceremony; Embassy Search; Egypt Explosion; India Decides; "Game of Thrones" Ends It's Eight-Year Run. Aired 3-4a ET
• Trump Threatens Iran; India Decides; New U.S. Plan for Israeli- Palestinian Peace; One GOP Member Going After President Trump; Venezuela in Crisis; Migrants Won't Be Sent to Florida or Sanctuary Cities; Philanthropist to Pay Off Student Loan Debt of Graduating Class of Morehouse College; Netherlands Crowned Eurovision Champion Amid Controversy. Aired 12-1a ET
• Trump May Pardon War Criminals; Billionaire Pays off Loan Debt for Hundreds; Deutsche Bank Reported Suspicious Activity. Aired 9:30- 10a ET
• Billionaire Pays Off Student Loan Debt of a Graduating Class; NYT: Trump Preparing to Pardon Servicemen Accused of War Crimes; Ford to lay off 500 Salaried Employees in the U.S.; Trump Threatens Iran After Days of De-Escalation; Trump and Allies Move Against GOP Representative's Impeachment Revolt. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• Donald Trump Trades Insults with Top Leaders in Iran; An Unbelievable Graduation Gift; Saying Goodbye to Game of Thrones; Trump Warns Iran; Severe Thunderstorm Watch in the United States; Indian Voters Done with Casting Their Votes. Aired 2-3a ET
• Suspicious Trump-Kushner Financial Activity Ignored By Deutsche Bank?; Boeing Admits Flaws in 737 MAX Training: White House Blocks McGahn From Testifying. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• Trump Threatens Iran After Leaders Downplayed War Chances; U.S. Focusing On Investment For Middle East Peace Plan; India's Marathon Election Reaches The Finish Line; New York Times: Bank Staff Flagged Trump, Kushner Transactions; Trump Blasts Amash for "Impeachable Conduct" Claim; Salvini Campaigns Against E.U. Rules. Aired 1-2a ET
• Interview with Sen. Kamala Harris (D-CA); Interview with Carla Provost; Brooks Koepka Wins PGA Championship. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• Trump And Allies Mobilize Against GOP Rep. Justin Amash's Impeachment Revolt; Mnuchin Defies Democrats' Subpoenas For Trump's Tax Returns; Trump Says Fight With U.S. Would Be Official End Of Iran. Aired 10-10:30a ET
• Another Migrant Child Has Died Under U.S. Custody; Joe Walsh Says It Took Real Courage For Amash To Say What He Said; Deutsche Staff Saw Suspicious Activity With Trump And Kushner. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• NYT: Deutsche Bank Staff Saw Suspicious Activity with Trump & Kushner Transactions; Trump to Instruct Don McGahn to Defy Subpoena, Skip Testimony; Trump Prepares Possible Pardons for Accused U.S. War Criminals; Columbine Survivor Austin Eubanks Found Dead at 37. Aired 2:30-3p ET
• Boeing Admits Flaw In Software Used For 737 MAX Training; Right Now: Louisiana House Debating "Heartbeat" Bill; Protesters Rally Against Alabama's New Abortion Law; DOJ: Ex-Counsel McGahn Not Legally Compelled To Testify; Billionaire Stuns Morehouse Grads, Pledges To Pay Off Loans. Aired 3:30-4p ET


May 19, 2019
• Iran Dismisses Possibility of War in the Region; Republican Congressman Calls for Impeachment; Austria Facing Snap Vote after Vice Chancellor Resigns; States Moving Ahead to Restrict Access to Abortion; Netherlands Wins Eurovision. Aired 3-3:30a ET
• Republican Congressman Calls for Impeachment; Biden Delivers Anti-Trump Message at First Rally; Iran Dismisses Possibility of War in the Region; Australia Prime Minister Celebrates Election Victory; Austria Facing Snap Vote after Vice Chancellor Resigns; German Activists Push for Support in "Climate Election"; States Moving Ahead to Restrict Access to Abortion; Netherlands Wins Eurovision; "Game of Thrones" Finale Airs. Aired 4-5a ET
• Republican Congressman Calls for Impeachment; Iran Dismisses Possibility of War in the Region; Austria Facing Snap Vote after Vice Chancellor Resigns; India's Six-Week Election Wrapping; Biden Delivers Anti-Trump Message at First Rally; Democrat Steve Bullock Joins Crowded Candidate Field; States Moving Ahead to Restrict Access to Abortion; Netherlands Wins Eurovision; "Game of Thrones" Finale Airs. Aired 5-6a ET
• President Firing Back At The First Republican In Congress Who Says Trump Engaged In Impeachable Conduct; Presidential Candidate John Delaney Talks About His Platform; Senior White House Adviser, Jared Kushner, Unveiling Key Details Of His Proposal For Peace In The Middle East. Aired 2-3p ET
• Trump Fires Back At GOP Congressman's Talk Of Impeachment; W.H. To Focus On Investment In Middle East As Part Of Peace Plan; W.H. Reverses Course On Sending Migrants To Florida; Seth Moulton Unveils "Civilian Version Of The GI Bill"; Koepka Keeps Up Historic Pace At The PGA; "Bodexpress" Throws Jockey, Finishes Preakness Anyway; Prince William: "Pain Like No Other Pain" When My Mom Died; Duke And Duchess Of Sussex Celebrate One Year Of Marriage; Billionaires Speaks At Morehouse, Vows To Pay Off Grads Loans. Aired 3-4p ET
• Trump Fires Back at GOP Congressman's Talk of Impeachment; Jared Kushner Unveils Middle East Peace Plan. Aired 4-5p ET
• President Trump Calls Justin Amash a Loser; Rep. Eric Swalwell (D-CA) is interviewed about his candidacy and Trump's impeachment; Senator Sanders is the Best Choice to Beat Trump; Trump Warning Iran; Roe V. Wade Against New Restrictive Abortion Laws; Accused War Criminal as an Uber Driver; White House Stonewalls Congressional Investigations; Elie Honig Answers Legal Questions. Aired 5-6p ET
• Trump Tweets About Iran and a GOP Congressman; Trump Weighs in on Abortion Issue; Senator Kamala Harris Holds Campaign Rally in Los Angeles; Migrants Won't Be Flown to Two Florida Counties. Aired 6-7p ET
• Trump Fires Back at GOP Congressman's Talk of Impeachment; Sanders Marches against Anti-Abortion Laws; NYT: Deutsche Bank Employees Saw Suspicious Activity in Trump, Kushner Accounts. Aired 7-8p ET
• Trump Fires Back at GOP Congressman's Talk of Impeachment; Bernie Sanders, Kamala Harris Hold Campaign Rallies; Billionaire Robert F. Smith Announces He's Paying Off $40 Million in Student Debt. Aired 8-9p ET


May 18, 2019
• U.S. Lifts Some Tariffs on Canada and Mexico; Trump Claims He Was Never Warned about Flynn; U.S.-Iran Tensions; Voting Underway in Australia; Brexit Talks Break Down; Missouri Passes Abortion Legislation; Trump Organization Employed Undocumented Immigrants for Years; Sudanese Troops Target Female Protesters; Mexico City Choking on Air Pollution. Aired 3-4a ET
• Democratic Presidential Candidate Joe Biden Holds Campaign Kickoff Rally in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania; Democratic Presidential Candidate Senator Bernie Sanders Campaigns in South Carolina; Democratic Presidential Candidates Criticize Joe Biden's 1994 Crime Bill; Report Finds Ohio State University Failed to Adequately Investigate Claims of Sexual Abuse against Doctor; States Passing Antiabortion Bills Draw Controversy; Tiger Woods Misses Cut for PGA Championship; Former U.S. Ambassador to U.N. Bill Richardson Interviewed about U.S. Tensions with Iran. Aired 10-11a ET
• Biden Holds Rally in Philadelphia; Bernie Sanders Expected to Stay in the Race for the Duration; Biden Campaign Kickoff Rally to Focus on Unity; Wave of Abortion Laws Could Put Roe v. Wade At Risk; FAA Issues Warning to Commercial Flights Over Persian Gulf; PGA Leader on Historic Hot Streak. Aired 12-1p ET
• U.S. Lifts Some Tariffs on Canada and Mexico; Trump Claims He Was Never Warned about Flynn; U.S.-Iran Tensions; Voting Underway in Australia; U.S.-China Trade War Affecting Farmers; 72nd Annual Cannes Film Festival; Remote Islands Plagued with Plastic Litter. Aired 4-5a ET
• Democratic Presidential Candidate Joe Biden Gives Campaign Rally Speech in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania; Analysts Examine Joe Biden's Campaign Rally Speech on Climate Change and Defeating Donald Trump; Non-Drug Related Practices to Reduce Pain in Turkey Examined. Aired 2-3p ET
• Soon Joe Biden Holds Campaign Kickoff Rally in Pennsylvania; Sen. Tom Carper (D-DE) Discusses Joe Biden, Presidential Campaign; Family Separations at Border; Rep. Don Beyer (D-VA) Discusses Democrat Response to Mnuchin Defying Subpoena for Trump Tax Returns; Can Biden Keep Lead over Other Democrat Candidates Going; Report Details Sexual Abuse of Former OSU Students; Joe Biden Holds Campaign Kickoff Rally in Pennsylvania. Aired 1-2p ET
• Biden Pushes Message of Unity in Campaign Kickoff Rally; Rep. Dwight Evans Discusses Importance of Pennsylvania in Election, Biden and African-American Voters; WAPO: Acting DHS Chief Threatened to Quit over Stephen Miller; Democrats to Respond with Lawsuit after Mnuchin Defies Subpoena for Trump's Tax Returns; 70 Million Under Severe Weather Threat this Weekend; While Cooperating with Mueller Flynn Sent Messages to GOP Rep. Matt Gaetz Telling Him to "Keep the Pressure On" Mueller; ; Flynn Told Mueller People Connected to Congress or Trump Administration Tried to Influence Him Not to Cooperate with Probe; Trump Leans on Twitter Guru for Advice & Information; Tiger Woods Misses Cut, Brooks Koepka Setting Records. Aired 3-4p ET
• Former Vice President Joe Biden Wrapped Up His Campaign Launched Today With A Rally This Afternoon; Senator Bernie Sanders Is Trying To Shore Up Support After A Recent Drop In The Polls; Exclusive Interview With Rep. Lois Frankel (D-FL) On New Abortion Bill; Mayor Pete Buttigieg Is Talking Up His Military Experience Even More Than His Mayoral Experience; Protesters Jeer as NYC Mayor Announces Presidential Bid; Harris: Biden "Would Be a Great Running Mate" as Number 2; Iran Foreign Minister Trolls Trump: "The U.S. Doesn't Know What to Think"; FAA Issues Warning to Commercial Flights over Persian Gulf; Harry & Meghan's Baby Born in Hospital, Not at Home; Prince Harry Wins Lawsuit against "Splash News"; Internet Sensation "Grumpy Cat" Dies at Age 7; Biden Holds Campaign Kickoff Rally in Pennsylvania. Aired 4-5p ET
• Biden Says The Single Most Important Thing Is To Beat Trump; Rep. Justin Amash (R) Michigan Says Trump Has Engaged In Impeachable Conduct; Times Square Billboard Bursts Into Flames; 70 Plus Million Under Severe Weather Threat This Weekend; Mayor Mark Bogen (D) Broward County, Florida Says Bring Migrants To Trump Hotels; Two Florida Voter Databases Hacked By Russians In 2016; "Champions For Change" Focuses on Kevin Hines Who Helps Others Through Suicide Prevention; Pregnant Woman is Lured in for Free Baby Supplies and Murdered. Aired 5-6p ET
• Trump Claims He Was Never Warned about Flynn; U.S.-Iran Tensions; U.S.-China Trade Talks Stalled; Voting Underway in Australia; Missouri Passes Abortion Legislation; U.S.-China Trade War Affecting Farmers; Sudanese Troops Target Female Protesters; Mexico City Choking on Air Pollution. Aired 5-6a ET
• Biden's Campaign Kickoff Rally; Flynn Revelations; Storms Threaten 70 Million People across Central U.S.; Ohio State University Knew Team Doctor Sexually Abused 177 Students; Immigration Fight Keeps Ailing Mother from Seeing Son; "Kids Off the Block Works for Chicago's Youth. Aired 11a-12p ET
• Rep. Justin Amash (R-MI) Says President Trump Should be Impeached, Joe Biden Launched Official Campaign With a Big Rally in Philadelphia; Iran's Foreign Minister is Declaring There Will be No War With The U.S.; Trade War with China is Putting American Farmers In a Tough Spot; Dr. Sanjay Gupta Explores How Science And Mysticism Coexists In Turkey. Aired 7-8p ET


May 17, 2019
• U.S. and Iran Both Don't Like to Start Any War; Taiwan Approved Same Sex Marriage; Tariffs Affects Both U.S. and Chinese Consumers; World Headlines; Financial Disclosure Form Reveals Insights into Trump's Business Interests Last Year; Trump Veils Merit-Based Immigration Proposal; Deadly Drought; Bob Hawke Dies; I.M. Pei Dies; Marathon Bombing Survivor Helps Others Heal; Natural Wonder. Aired 3- 4a ET
• 10+ Million North Koreans Face Severe Food Shortages; Remembering Legacy of Architect I.M. Pei. Aired 12-1a ET
• NYT: Trump Tells Pentagon Chief He Does Not Want War with Iran; U.S. Claims to Have Multiple Images Showing Iranian Commercial Vessels in the Persian Gulf They Believe are Carrying Missiles; Mnuchin Expected to Miss Deadline to Hand Over Trump's Taxes; New Evidence Reveals Michael Flynn Helped Robert Mueller in Obstruction Probe; Bill Barr Says Americans Should be Concerned Officials Abusing Power. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• Parliamentary Elections Set for Saturday; Acclaimed Modernist Architect Dead at 102; Survivors of School Shooting Fight for Change; Prince Harry Accepts Apology and Damages from Photo Agency; "Game of Thrones" Fans Demand Remake of Final Season; U.S. Claims To Have Images Showing Iranian Freighters They Believe Are Carrying Missiles; Sources: Trump Irritated With Aides Over Iran; Trump Unveils Merit- Based Immigration Proposal; Justice Department: Less-Redacted Mueller Report Is Coming; Trump Reports At Least $434 Million In Income In 2018; Huawei: New Ban From Trump Will Affect American Jobs. Aired 1-2a ET
• Rep. Dan Kildee (D-MI) is Interviewed about Obstruction Probe; Boeing Completes Software Fix; Buttigieg on Military; "Trump Family Business" Airs on CNN. Aired 9:30-10a ET
• Trump Says He Hopes To Avoid War With Iran; Small Businesses Feel The Tariff Crunch; Trump Unveils His Immigration Plan; Court Memos Reveal Flynn's Value To Mueller Probe; Trump unveils Merit-Based Immigration Proposal. Aired 2-3a ET
• Report Finds Ohio State Doctor Abused 177 Students; Joe Biden Leading Democratic Presidential Race; Interview with Biden Campaign Manager; New Court Filing Shows Michael Flynn Helped in Obstruction Probe. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• New Poll shows Biden Leads, Sanders Slides and Warren Sees Bump; Financial Disclosure Shows Trump Made at Least $434 Million in 2018; Missouri Passes Abortion Bill, Sends to Governor's Desk; Chicago Police Say Newborn Cut from Murdered Pregnant Woman; "Twilight" Star Close to Deal to be Next Batman. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• Interview with Rep. Chris Stewart (R-UT); Immigrants to Be Transported to Florida Next Week; SAT to Add Adversity Score. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• Barr Questions Why Mueller Didn't Make A Decision On Obstruction; New Evidence Shows Flynn Helped Mueller In Obstruction Probe; Rep. Richard Neal (D) Massachusetts On Trump Tax Stonewalling, Contempt Is Not Necessary; Some In Congress Fuming Over White House's Handling Of Iran; Iranian Foreign Minister Says There Is No Possibility For Negotiations With U.S. Aired 10-10:30a ET
• Trump Announces Plan to Life Tariffs on Steel, Aluminum for Canada & Mexico in 2 Days; Florida Officials: Trump Sending Over 100 Migrants a Day to Democratic Counties; "Champions For Change" Focuses on Heather Abbott Who Lost Leg in Boston Marathon Bombing. Aired 2:30- 3p ET
• It Wasn't Just Flynn's Phone Calls With Russians That Interested Mueller; Rep. Katie Hill Adding Her Voice To The Abortion Conversation; A Debate Erupts Over SAT. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• Trump Announces Plan to Lift Tariffs on Steel, Aluminum for Canada & Mexico in 2 Days; Florida Officials: Trump Sending Over 100 Migrants a Day to Democratic Counties; "Champions For Change" Focuses on Heather Abbott Who Lost Leg in Boston Marathon Bombing. Aired 2:30- 3p ET


May 16, 2019
• One False Move Could Start a War Between U.S. and Iran; President Trump Bars Foreign Telecommunications Equipment; Abortion Sparks Outrage in the U.S.; New Immigration Plan to be Announced this Week; Tensions in Gaza Could Halt Eurovision 2019; Alabama Adopts Most Restrictive Abortion Law in U.S.; Trump May Seek Swiss Back Channel Talks On Iran; Explosive Charges Behind Tanker Sabotage; Boeing Safety Troubles; Saving Kids From Gang Violence; Fighting Extremism; High- Rise Drama; Usain Bolt Enters Scooter Fad. Aired 3-4a ET
• U.S. Orders All Non-Emergency Staff to Leave Iraq, Insists Iran Presents "Imminent Threat"; Trump Order Bars Huawei Sales in U.S.; Iowa Family Struggles to Keep Farming; Furor over Alabama Bill to Ban Most Abortions; U.S. Aviation Acting Chief Grilled on Capitol Hill. Aired 2-3a ET
• U.S. Orders All Non-Emergency Staff to Leave Iraq, Insists Iran Presents "Imminent Threat"; Furor over Alabama Bill to Ban Most Abortions; Judiciary Committee Chairman Says White House Acting Like Trump is a King; Brazilians March Against Education Spending Cuts. Aired 12-1a ET
• Trump Unveils Immigration Plan; White House Denies Document Request; Fighting Alabama's Abortion Ban; Poppy Harlow Shares her "Champions for Change." Aired 9:30-10a ET
• Trump's Tweet Man; FBI Reveals Russia Hacked Two Florida County Election Systems in 2016; Trump Unveils Immigration Plan. Aired 3- 3:30p ET
• Trump Admin To Brief Lawmakers On Iran Threats; Pentagon Up Military Plans For Iran; Trump Order Effectively Bars Huawei Sales In U.S.; Military Leaders Suspend Talks with Protesters for 72 Hours; Trump Order Effectively Bars Huawei Sales in U.S.; Alabama Adopts Most Restrictive Abortion Law in U.S.; ; White House Rejects Democrats Requests for Documents; Former Militant Works to Discourage Radicalization; Plant-Based Burgers. Aired 1-2a ET
• Alabama Governor Signs Nation's Strictest Abortion Ban into Law; Jim Sciutto Honors Ex-Al Qaeda Member Fighting Against Terrorism; TV Shows We Watched Together Come to an End. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• Bill de Blasio, Steve Bullock Announce 2020 Campaigns; Trump Pardons Conrad Black; Interview with Lori Lightfoot, Mayor-elect of Chicago. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• Trump Meets With President Of Swiss Confederation As Iran Tensions Grow; U.S. Moves To Declassify Iranian Missile Pictures Amid Tensions; President Trump Expected To Unveil Immigration Plan Today; U.S. Lays Groundwork To Ban Chinese Telecom Giant; Farmers On Edge Amid Tensions Between U.S. And China. Aired 10-10:30a ET
• Trump Seeks Talks with Iran Amid Building Tension; Interview with Senator Bob Menendez (D-NJ) about Iran and China; New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio Announces Presidential Bid; President Trump Expected to Unveil Immigration Plan Today; Trump Bans Huawei from Selling Telecom Gear. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• Clear Pattern in Trump's Pardons: Most Are All Fans of His; Trump Announces New Immigration Plan. Aired 2:30-3p ET
• Sarah Sanders Says Any Type Of Immigration Plan That Has Included DACA Failed; U.S. and Iraq Are Worried Of Inching Towards War; New York City's Mayor Becoming Now The 23rd Democrat To Enter This Presidential Race. Aired 2-2:30p ET


May 15, 2019
• Iran Says No War but They are Ready if U.S. Strikes Them; Kremlin Express Their View on the Mueller Report; A.G. Barr Wants to Investigate the Origin of the Mueller Probe; U.S. and China Not Closing Doors on Trade Negotiations; War Criminal with an Excellent Uber Rating; Sudan's Military, Opposition Agree On Three Year Transitional Power Period; State Lawmakers Vote To Outlaw Nearly All Abortions In Alabama; Trump Denies New York Times Report About Military Plan For Iran; Boeing/AA Pilot Meeting; Jacinda Arden Promised Changes To Firearms Regulations In The Wake Of Christchurch Massacre; Hate In America, Shooting Survivor To Trump, Don't Forget Us About Us; Champions For Change; Coal Free Five Year Mission; Curtain Rises In Cannes. Aired 3-4a ET
• Iran Looms Large over U.S.-Russia Talks; China Trade Talks Reportedly Stopped, Trump Still Confident; Alabama Lawmakers Outlaw Nearly All Abortions; Photos Reveal Migrant Children Sleeping on Ground; Steve Bannon's Influence on Populism in Europe; Sudan's Military, Opposition Agree on Deal; 72nd Annual Cannes Film Festival Kicks Off in France. Aired 12-1a ET
• Rep. Tom McClintock (R-CA) is Interviewed about Gun Control; Farmers Struggle as China Tensions Heighten; White House Immigration Plan; U.S. Birth Rate Lowest in 32 Years. Aired 9:30-10a ET
• FAA Acting Chief Grilled on Capitol Hill; Alabama Passes Country's Most Restrictive Anti-Abortion Law; Country Heading Toward Constitutional Crisis?; Interview With Rep. John Garamendi (D-CA). Aired 3-3:30p ET
• Accused War Criminal Driving for Uber; Journalist Trains Reporters to Stay Safe in Conflict Zones; Seven Nations Eliminated in Eurovision Semi-Finals; U.K. Has First Coal-Free Week since 1882. Aired 1-2a ET
• Iran Looms Large over U.S.-Russia Talks; China Trade Talks Reportedly Stopped, Trump Still Confident; Alabama Lawmakers Outlaw Nearly All Abortions; Trump Jr. Agrees to Appear Before Senate Committee. Aired 2-3a ET
• Mother of Victim on 737 Max: FAA, Keep Unsafe Planes Grounded; Business at Trumps Miami Resort in Steep Decline; Anderson Cooper Honors Journalist Killed in War Zone. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• U.K. Breaks with Trump on Iran; Kamala Harris Will Take Executive Action on Gun Imports; Leaked American Airlines Confrontation with Boeing. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• Alabama Passes Bill Effectively Banning Abortion; Trade Talks Between U.S. and China Grind to a Halt; Donald Trump Jr. Strikes Deal to Testify Before Senate Panel. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• Alabama Passes Bill Effectively Banning Abortion; House Panel Asks Trump Lawyers About Cohen's False Testimony; Donald Trump Jr. Strikes Deal To Testify Before Senate Panel; U.S. Cites Increasing Threats From Iran, allies are skeptical. Aired 10-10:30a ET
• GA Woman Accused Of Chasing, Killing Suspected Hit And Run Suspect; TSA To Send Hundreds Of Officials To Help Secure Southern Border; Immigrant Children Forced To Sleep Outside At Overcrowded Shelters; Former DHS Secretary Proposed Immigrants Take Zumba Dance Classes; Helicopter Crashes Into Hudson River. Aired 2:30-3p ET
• Jerry Nadler Threatening To Impose Fines On Individuals Who Do Not Comply With Their Demands; British Knock Down U.S. Claims Of Increased Iran Threat; Rep. Chrissy Houlahan's (D-PA) Concerned On Overturning Of Alabama's Bill On Abortion. Aired: 2-2:30p ET


May 14, 2019
• President Trump Claims Victory for Raising Tariffs; China Retaliates to U.S.; Social Media on Hot Spot Again; President Trump Admires Weird Mean Leaders; Authorities Are on Full Alert in India's Upcoming General Election; Iran Set To Be On Agenda For Putin-Pompeo Talks; U.S. Trade War With China; U.S. Admission Scandal; Humanitarian Crisis In North Korea; Anti-Semitism In The United States; South Korea's Dating Difficulties. Aired 3-4a ET
• Dow Opens Higher After Sell-Off; U.S. Business Owners Struggle as Tariffs Rise; Steve Bullock Enters 2020 Primary; "Champions for Change" Story of Hanif Qadir; Huffman Pleads Guilty. Aired 9:30-10a ET
• China Retaliates against U.S. Tariff Hike; New Details on Strait of Hormuz Attack; Hackers Target WhatsApp; North Korean Humanitarian Crisis; Sweden Reopens Julian Assange Rape Investigation; Actress Doris Day Dies at 97. Aired 12-1a ET
• Barr Taps U.S. Attorney John Durham to Review Origins of Russia Probe; Rosenstein Calls James Comey a "Partisan Pundit"; Dow Set to Rebound After Monday's Massive Sell-Off; Mike Pompeo to Meet with Vladimir Putin Amid Tensions with Iran; Trump Warns Iran Over Reports of Sabotaged Ships. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• China Retaliates against U.S. Tariff Hike; New Details on Strait of Hormuz Attack; Hackers Target WhatsApp; North Korean Humanitarian Crisis; With Higher Tariffs, China Retaliates Against The U.S.; U.S. Targets $300 Billion Of Chinese Goods For New Tariff Hikes; Prosecutors Want Expedited Charges Against Al-Bashir; Actress Felicity Huffman Pleads Guilty; Selfie Culture Drives Some To Alter Their Appearance. Aired 2-3a ET
• Beijing Retaliates Against U.S. Tariff Hike, As Expected; Trump Praises Hungary's Strongman Viktor Orban; Tensions on the Rise in the Persian Gulf; Iran Pressures Europe Over Nuclear Deal; Hackers Target Facebook's Messaging Service. Aired 1-2a ET
• Shocking Conditions Revealed at Migrant Detainment Facilities; Montana Governor Steve Bullock Announces Presidential Run; Attorney General Launches Investigation of Investigators. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• Migrant Children Sleeping on Ground at Overwhelmed Border Patrol Station; Biden: Crime Bill Did Not Generate Mass Incarcerations; Bloomberg: Trump Tower One of Least Desirable Buildings in New York; Actor, Comedian Tim Conway Dies at 85. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• Police Violence in Houston Last Night; Attorney General Barr Begins Review of Surveillance Issues; Supreme Court Justices Anticipating a Revisit of Roe v. Wade. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• Pompeo Meets With Putin Amid Tensions With Iran; Trump Says U.S. In Very Strong Position In Trade War With China; Trump Threatens To Slap Tariffs On Call Chinese Imports; Barr Taps Prosecutor To Review Origins Of Russia Probe; Interview With Rep. Don Beyer. Aired 10-10:30a ET
• Trump Calls Escalating Trade War "A Little Squabble" But Small Businesses Impacted; "Champions For Change," David & Lauren Hogg Spearhead School Safety Debate; Actor And Comic Tim Conway Dead At 85. Aired 2:30-3p ET
• Trump Despite Tweets Demanding A Probe Says He Didn't Ask Barr To Investigate Russia Probe Origins; Photos Reveal Migrant Children Sleeping On Ground Outside At Overwhelmed Border Patrol Station, Texas Police Officer Shoots And Kills A Woman Who Said She Was Pregnant. Aired 2-2:30p ET


May 13, 2019
• U.S. on Stand By for China's Tariff Retaliation; Three-Year-Old Boy Taken from Parent's Custody; Tensions in UAE Escalates; U.S. Anticipates China's Tariff Retaliation; Severe Weather Pummeled Northeastern U.S.; Democratic Candidates Running on Reforming Gun Laws; Manchester City Beats Brighton. Aired 3-4a ET
• Trump Wrongly Claims U.S. Will Make Billions on Tariffs; Four Ships Targeted Near Strait of Hormuz; Subpoenas Loom Large for Trump Administration; Some Voters Still Haunted by Hillary Clinton's 2016 Loss; Fight for Survival in Caracas Amid Hyper-Inflation; Georgia's Film Industry Threatens Ban Over Abortion Law. Aired 12-1a ET
• China Retaliates, Raising Tariffs to 25 Percent on $60 Billion in U.S. Goods; Democrats Set Friday Deadline for Trump's Tax Returns; U.S. Markets Set to Tumble at Open Over U.S.-China Trade War; Hollywood Legend Doris Day Dies at 97. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• Dow Tumbles as China Retaliates; Pompeo Cancels Moscow Trip; Stepdad Likely to be Charged in Missing Girl's Murder. Aired 9:30-10a ET
• Trump Attacks FBI Director; Felicity Huffman Pleads Guilty; China Strikes Back in Trade War. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• China Retaliation for U.S. Tariffs Could Come Monday; Uyghurs Find Refuge in Turkey after Fleeing China; American Couple Say Kenyan Police took their 3-year-old Son; Growing Chorus of Calls to Break Up Facebook; Manchester City Celebrates Second Straight Title Success. Aired 1-2a ET
• Trade Issues Between the United States and China; Koreas Tensions; A Dangerous Precedent; Muslim Facing Atrocities From China's Crackdown; A Down Day on Wall Street; Fight Between the White House and House Democrats; Mike Pompeo Headed to Europe; Juan Guaido Versus Nicolas Maduro; GCC Condemning the Recent Attacks on Four Commercial Ships. Aired 2-3a ET
• Alyssa Milano Called for "Sex Strike" to Protest Abortion Laws; Hollywood Legend Doris Day Dead at 97; Brooke Explores What's Changed with Killer Mike Since Ferguson. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• Felicity Huffman Issues Apology; Interview with Andy Smith; Doris Day Dies at 97. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• Dow Tumbles As China Retaliates With Tariff Hike On U.S Goods; Trump Looks To Block Probes, Slams Constitutional Crisis Talk; Felicity Huffman Expected To Plead Guilty In College Scam. Aired 10- 10:30a ET
• Actress Felicity Huffman To Enter Guilty Plea In Court; Trump Meets With Controversial Far-Right P.M. Of Hungary, Answers Reporters' Questions; President Trump Responds To New Higher Tariffs China Imposed On The U.S. Aired 2:30-3p ET
• Dow Tumbles As China Retaliates With Tariff Hikes On U.S. Goods; Graham Tells Don, Jr. To Ignore Subpoena From GOP Colleagues; President Trump Is Hosting The Prime Minister Of Hungary At The White House. Aired 2-2:30p ET


May 12, 2019
• Beijing Vows to Strike Back at Latest U.S. tariffs; U.S. Continues to Increase Military Pressure on Iran; French Hostage Rescue; Albania's Opposition Calls for Early Elections; South Africa Decides in Fierce Election. Aired 3-3:30a ET
• Trump Sends 62 Tweets in an Hour; Donald Trump Jr. Subpoenaed to Testify; Beijing Vows to Strike Back at Latest U.S. tariffs; U.S. Continues to Increase Military Pressure on Iran; Albania's Opposition Calls for Early Elections; Some Voters Still Haunted by Hillary Clinton's 2016 Loss; Battling Plastic Pollution; Georgia's Film Industry Outraged over Heartbeat Bill. Aired 5-6a ET
• Democrats on Giuliani's Canceled Ukraine Trip; Beijing Vows to Strike Back at Latest U.S. tariffs; Sri Lanka's Tourism Industry Struggles after Easter Blasts; French Hostage Rescue; 2020 Presidential Candidates Talk about Motherhood on the Campaign Trail; U.S. Teacher Battling Cancer Has to Pay for Substitute; Mental Health Crisis Text Services Offer Immediate, Private Help; Grand Canyon Railway Marks Historic Event of 1869. Aired 4-5a ET
• President Donald Trump And His Allies Are Facing Off With House Democrats Over Dozens Of Investigations Into The Actions Of The President; Several Democratic Presidential Candidates Have Voiced Support For Expanding Health Coverage For More Americans; Commercial Airline Pilot Is Behind Bars After Being Arrested For Murders He Allegedly Committed Three Years Ago; U.S. Intelligence Picked Up That Iran May Be Threatening U.S. Forces And Interests In The Region; Police Force In Freeport, Texas, Has Gone Beyond The Call Of Duty To Make A Dying Girl's Wish Come True. Aired 2-3p ET
• Democrats and Trump Head For More Big Showdowns Over Probes; Democratic Presidential Candidates Take On Gun Violence; Pope Sets New Rules To Report & Investigate Sex Abuse; Hollywood Takes on Georgia's Abortion Laws; Ohio High School To Eliminate Valedictorian Honor In Effort To Improve Student Mental Health; Star of "Mod Squad" and "Twin Peaks" Dies At Age 72. Aired 3-4p ET
• Democrats and Trump Administration Head for More Big Showdowns Over Probes; Trump Says Tariffs on Chinese Goods Good for Americans, His Economic Adviser Disagrees; Actress Felicity Huffman Expected to Plead Guilty Tomorrow. Aired 4-5p ET
• White House Swamped with Deadlines and Subpoenas; U.S Hikes Tariff and China Vows to Retaliate; Stepfather in the Maleah Davis Case Might be Charged with Murder; Elie Honig Answers Legal Questions in "Cross Exam"; American Airlines Pilot Arrested; United Shades of America Episode on Hmong Americans; "Mod Squad" and "Twin Peaks" Star Passes Away; 187 Nation Agreement to Limit Plastic Waste Trade. Aired 5-6p ET
• President Trump And His White House Versus The Democrats And Their House Up On Capitol Hill; Pilot Is Taken Away In Handcuffs, Arrested In A Triple Murder Case; Democratic Presidential Candidate Senator Kamala Harris Is Giving Congress A Hypothetical Ultimatum On Gun Control. Aired 6-7p ET
• Constitutional Showdown Escalates Between Trump and Dems; Trump Inserts Himself into D.C.'s Fourth of July Party; Pennsylvania Voters on the 2020 Race. Aired 7-8p ET
• Pilot Charged in Triple Murder After Airport Arrest; Trump Claims Tariffs Will Make U.S. Much Stronger; Richard Burr Draws GOP Scrutiny for Don Junior Subpoena. Aired 8-9p ET


May 11, 2019
• U.S.-China Trade War; North Korea Waiting for Trump to Blink or Leave Office; Giuliani No Longer Going to Ukraine; Venezuelan Protesters Fight for Survival; Humanitarian Groups Cease Operating in Idlib; Hostages Freed in Burkina Faso; Genetically Modified Virus Saves Teen's Life; Trump's "Beautiful" Letters. Aired 3-4a ET
• House Ways and Means Committee Subpoenas President Trump's Tax Returns; Rep. Judy Chu (D-CA) Interviewed on House Ways and Means Committee Subpoena of President Trump's Tax Returns; Gunmen Attack Hotel in Pakistan; Parts of Texas Experience Flooding; Former Friend of Suspect in Colorado School Shooting Says He Talked about Killing Fellow Students; Facebook Co-Founder Calls for Breakup of Social Media Giant; Analysts Examine Claims U.S. Government Faces Constitutional Crisis with President Trump Stonewalling Congress. Aired 10-11a ET
• U.S.-China Trade War; White House Asked McGahn to Say Trump Didn't Obstruct Justice; Giuliani No Longer Going to Ukraine; House Committee Issues Subpoenas for Trump's Taxes; North Korea Waiting for Trump to Blink or Leave Office; Remembering Kendrick Castillo; Hostages Freed in Burkina Faso; Billionaires' Space Race; Protest Projectiles. Aired 4-5a ET
• U.S.-China Trade War; North Korea Waiting for Trump to Blink or Leave Office; White House Asked McGahn to Say Trump Didn't Obstruct Justice; House Committee Issues Subpoenas for Trump's Taxes; Children at War; Cities Coping with Ransomware Attacks; Warriors Beat Rockets. Aired 5-6a ET
• President Trump Says in Interview It Would Be Appropriate for Attorney General Barr to Investigate Democratic Presidential Frontrunner Joe Biden; House Ways and Means Committee Subpoenas President Trump's Tax Returns; Trump Administration Reportedly Urging Former White House Counsel Don McGahn to Publicly State President Trump Did Not Obstruct Justice; Parts of Texas Experience Flooding as Tanker Collision Causes Chemical Spill in Gulf Coast; North Korea Continues Testing Short-Range Missiles; President Trump Says He Is Open to Phone Call from Iran; Senator Cory Booker Discusses Gun Control; Trade Tariffs on China Having Negative Effect on Some U.S. Businesses; Mother Suing School District after 14-Year-Old Son Dragged by School Bus. Aired 2-3p ET
• Politico: Trump Leaves Open Possibility of Investigating Biden; Trump Lawyer Giuliani Makes U-Turn on Ukraine Trip; Source: Don McGahn Declined White House Calls to Say Trump Didn't Obstruct Justice; Weather Hampers Cleanup After Barges & Oil Tanker Collide Near Houston; Governor Declares State of Emergency in Flood-Ravaged Louisiana; Trump Tells Iran "Call Me" Playing Good Cop to Bolton's Enforcer; Heartbeat Bill Fallout as 3 Hollywood Production Companies Pledge Not to Film in Georgia; Trump's Inner Circle Frustrated by Son's Subpoena from GOP-Led Committee; Source Tells "People" Magazine Loughlin "Feeling More Confident" about Possibility of Avoiding Jail. Aired 1-2p ET
• Politico: Trump Leaves Open Possibility of Investigating Biden; Trump Lawyer Giuliani Makes U-Turn on Ukraine Trip; Trump Goes on Twitter Spree, Rants about Don Jr Subpoena; Source: Don McGahn Declined White House Calls to Say Trump Didn't Obstruct Justice; Fear of Being "Hillary-ed" Driving Anxiety for Female Voters; U.S. Hits China with Higher Tariffs; Utah Mother Sues after Bus Driver Dragged Son 150 Feet; Teacher Battling Cancer Forced to Pay for Substitute; U.N. Study: 1 Million Animals & Plant Species at Risk of Extinction. Aired 3-4p ET
• Rudy Giuliani Decided Not To Make That Trip To Ukraine; O'Rourke Is Polling Worse Than Ever; Interview With Congressman Vicente Gonzalez (D-TX) on Trump Foreign Policy; Senator Cory Booker Gets Personal About Gun Control; States Drafting & Passing Restrictive Abortion Bills; Filmmakers Pledge to Boycott Georgia over Heartbeat Law; Former Facebook Founder Chris Hughes Calls on Government to Regulate Facebook; "CHANGING LIFE" with Dr. Sanjay Gupta Tonight at 9:00 P.M.. Aired 4-5p ET
• Gas Product Leaking into Houston Ship Channel; Democrats Ramp Up Legal Battle to Lift Lid on Trump's Taxes; Interview with Rep. Lloyd Doggett (D) Texas; Rudy Giuliani Makes U-Turn on Ukraine Trip; U.S-China Trade Talks End with No Deal; Colorado School Shooting. Aired 11a-12p ET
• Giuliani Cancels Ukraine Trip; McGahn Told Mueller Investigators Trump Did Not Obstruct Justice; Trump Claims China Bears Coast of Tariffs but U.S. Consumers Do; Weather Hampers Cleanup After Barges & Oil Tanker Collide Near Houston; Emotional Tribute from Parents of Kendrick Castillo, Killed in Colorado School Shooting. Aired 5-6p ET
• No Agreement Reached in Trade Negotiations with China; Facebook Co-Founder: Zuckerberg Has Too Much Power; Major American Cities Under Cyber Attack. Aired 12-1p ET
• Ransomware Attacks targeting U.S. Cities Are On The Rise; Fear Of Getting "Hillary'D" Driving Anxiety For Female Voters; U.N. Report: One Million Species At Risk Of Extinction. Aired 8-9p ET


May 10, 2019
• Tariffs on Chinese Goods Raise to 25 Percent; U.S. Watches Iran as Tension Escalates Over the Nuclear Agreement; Stock Markets Reacted to U.S. Tariff Threats; North Korea Sending Message to U.S. Through Testing Missiles; James Comey Believes President Trump Obstructed Justice; U.S. Tariffs On Chinese Imports Rise From 10 Percent To 25 Percent; U.S. Carrier Strike Group Reaches Red Sea Amid Iran Dispute; Comey, Russia Could Have Leverage Over Trump; U.S. Seizes North Korea Cargo Ship After Alleged Sanction Violations; China Human Rights; China Denies Torture And Says Camps Are Training Centers; Remembering Kendrick Castillo; Uber IPO Priced At $45 Per Share. Aired 3-4a ET
• U.S. Open to Talks with North Korea; Mom Warned Before STEM School Shooting; Bill Weld is Interviewed about Trump, Mueller and Barr Situation; 2020 Anxiety for Voters. Aired 9:30-10a ET
• U.S. Tariffs Rise on Chinese Imports; North Korea Threat; U.S.- Iran Tensions; President Trump to Nominate U.S. Defense Secretary; Crisis in Venezuela. Aired 2-3a ET
• Interview with Kevin Rudd; Co-Funder: Facebook Should Be Broken Up; Exploring India's Soliga Tribe; BBC Radio Presenter Fired over Racist Royal Family Tweet; Deadline Passes For Rise In U.S. Tariffs on Chinese Imports; Comey: No Doubt Trump Would Face Charges If Not President; U.S. Carrier Strike Group Has Reached the Red Sea; U.S. Seizes North Korean Cargo Ship After Alleged Sanctions Violations; South Korean President: North Korean Launch May Be Over Dissatisfaction With Failed Hanoi Summit. Aired 1-2a ET
• Will Mueller Testify Before Congress?; Mother Says She Warned About School Shooting; President Trump's Lawyer Seeks Dirt on Joe Biden in Ukraine. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• Interview with Gen. David Petraeus as Concerns Mount Over Trump Tariff Hike, Iran Posture; New Poll Shows Strong Lead for Joe Biden in New Hampshire; Interview with Border Patrol Chief. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• Mother Says She Warned About Another Columbine at STEM School; Pennsylvania Democrats to Weigh in on Elizabeth Warren; Ex-Fugees Rapper Pleads Not Guilty to Campaign Finance Violations. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• U.S. Hikes Tariffs on $200 Billion of Chinese Goods; Trump Doubles Down on Trade Talk; Trump Lawyer Rudy Giuliani Plans to Press Ukraine Officials About Investigations That Could Help Get Trump Re- Elected in 2020; Comey Claims William Barr "Lost Most of His Reputation" By Acting Like Trump's Lawyer; U.S. Officials Say There's Still Hope for Possible Talks Between the U.S. and North Korea. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• Trump Lawyer Giuliani to Press Ukraine on Investigations that Could Help Get Trump Re-elected in 2020; Mother Says She Warned of "Another Columbine" at STEM School; Students Speak Out on Facing Gun Violence at School. Aired 2:30-3p ET
• Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D) Massachusetts Rolls Out $100 Billion On Plan To Combat Opioid Crisis; U.S. Hikes Tariffs On $200 Billion Of Chinese Goods From 10 Percent To 25 Percent; Crucial U.S.-China Trade Talks Resuming After Tariff Hike; Trump Was Very Surprised By GOP-Led Panel's Subpoena Of Son; New York Times Says Trump Lawyer Rudy Giuliani To Travel To Ukraine To Dig For Dirt On Biden's Son In A Bid To Help Trump Win Re-election. Aired 10-10:30a ET
• House Democrats Continue To Push For The Answers To Questions Raised In The Mueller Report; House Judiciary Committee Chairman Jerry Nadler Says Mueller Will Not Testify Next Week On Capitol Hill; New Escalation In The U.S. Trade War With China. Aired: 2-2:30p ET
• Deadline Passes for Rise in U.S. Tariffs on Chinese Imports; Comey: No Doubt Trump Would Face Charges if Not President; China Denies Torture and Says Camps Are Training Centers; Trump: North Korean Leader Not 'Ready to Negotiate'; Prince Harry Launches Countdown for Next Invictus Games. Aired 12-1a ET


May 09, 2019
• Rep. Sylvia Garcia (D-TX) is Interviewed about Escalation between Trump and Democrats; Trade Talks with China; North Korea Launched Missiles. Aired 9:30-10a ET
• GOP-Led Senate Panel Subpoenas Trump Jr. Over Russia Probe; Rep. Jerry Nadler (D-NY) Says We Are Now In A Constitutional Crisis; Rep. Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) Speaks Amid Constitutional Showdown Over Russia Probe; Shooting Suspects Expected To Be Formally Charged On Friday. Aired 10-10:30a ET
• GOP-Led Panel Subpoenas Donald Trump Junior Over Russia Probe; Trump Claims Democrats' Investigation Driving Him to Victory in 2020; A Grieving Community in Colorado Honors Teen Who Died Confronting Shooter; U.S.-China Trade Talks Resume Ahead of Tariff Hike; Constitutional Showdown Escalates Between Trump and Democrats. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• U.S. Places Sanctions on Iranian Metals Exports; House Committee Holds AG Barr in Contempt; China Threatens Retaliation over Trump's New Tariffs; Chinese Authorities Hinder CNN Investigation; Former China Camp Detainee Shares Memories of Trauma; Suspects Appear in Court after 1 Killed, 8 Wounded; Colorado Student Died Saving Others; Storms to Hit Texas This Summer; Royal Baby Named Archie Harrison Mountbatten-Windsor. Aired 12-1a ET
• U.S. Places Sanctions on Iranian Metals Exports; House Committee Holds AG Barr in Contempt; China Threatens Retaliation over Trump's New Tariffs; South Africa Votes. Aired 2-3a ET
• Colorado Shooting Survivor Speaks Out; U.S.-China Trade Talks; Senate Subpoenas Donald Trump Jr. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• Trump on China: I Have No Idea What's Going to Happen; Dow Falls Ahead of Tonight's Trade Deadline for China and U.S.; No Intel to Indicate a Decrease in Iran's Intentions; Elizabeth Warren Has Rolled Out 12 Policies Since Launching Campaign; Boston Red Sox Divided by Racial Lines on Trump White House Visit. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• School Shooting at Highlands Ranch; China Import Tariffs to Increase to 25 Percent; Facebook Co-Founder Calls Company Too Large. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• More Than 1,000 guns Seized from Upscale L.A. Home; Rift in Kennedy Family over Vaccines; Parents Talk Hero Son Who Rushed Colorado School Shooter; Denver to Become 1st City to Legalize Magic Mushrooms; GOP-Led Senate Intelligence Issues Subpoena to Don Jr. Aired 2:30-3p ET
• President Trump Addressed Reporters In Wide-Ranging And Impromptu Q&A At The White House; President Trump Sounding Off About Negotiations Set To Get Underway In Showdown With China Over Trade; Facebook Co-Founder Says It Is Time To Break Up Facebook. Aired 2- 2:30p ET
• U.S. Places Sanctions on Iranian Metals Exports; China Threatens Retaliation over Trump's New Tariffs; South Africa Votes; One Killed, Eight Injured in School Shooting; Iran Tensions Examined; Russia Parades Military Hardware During World War II Commemoration Parade; Latest on North Korean Tactics; Reporting from China. Aired 3- 4a ET
• The U.S. Official Behind The Hard Line On Iran; House Committee Hold Attorney General Barr In Contempt; Senate Intelligence Committee Subpoenas Donald Trump Jr.; China Threatens Retaliation Over Trump's New Tariffs; South African Election Examined; Latest on Venezuela Situation; Uber IPO Discussed; Royal Baby Information. Aired 1-2a ET


May 08, 2019
• Tensions Rise with Iran Over Nuclear Deal Agreement; Stock Markets Not Happy with President Trump's Threats to China; House Democrats Push to Get the Unredacted Mueller Report; Asia Bibi Flies to Canada; Voters in South Africa Still Hope for a Change in Leadership; New York Times Revealed President Trump's Taxes. U.S.- China Trade Talks Set For Thursday In Washington; Global Stocks Tanking Since President Trump Threatened Further Tariffs On Chinese Imports; Uber And Lyft Drivers To Strike In Major Cities; Iran Set To Reduce Nuke Deal Commitments In 60 Days; A Rare Glimpse On China's Detention Camps; CNN Travels Inside China's Xinjiang Province; A New Threat For Mozambique; Turkey To Redo Istanbul Mayor's Race; Protest Projectiles. Aired 3-4a ET
• Pompeo Makes Unannounced Trip to Iraq to Discuss Tensions with Iran; Iran Retreats on Nuclear Deal; Dow Falls 473 Points as Wall Street Gets Tariff Whiplash; China Putting Minority Muslims in "Concentration Camps"; Democrats Could Vote to Hold William Barr in Contempt of Congress; Global Markets Tanking in Response to Trump's China Tariff Threat; Egging of Australian Prime Minister Latest Such Political Attack. Aired 12p-1a ET
• Pompeo Makes Unannounced Trip to Iraq to Discuss Tensions with Iran; Liverpool Stuns Barcelona with Unlikeliest of Comebacks; Tax Documents Show Trump Businesses Lost More Than $1 Billion in a Decade; Democrats Could Vote to Hold William Barr in Contempt of Congress; South Africans Head to The Polls in Key Election. Trump Tax Returns Obtained By New York Times Reveal $1 Billion In Business Losses Over Decade; China Continues To Abduct Uighur Muslims, Sending Them To Internment Camps; Pakistani Woman Freed From Death Row Now In Canada; Cholera Now A Threat After Cyclone Devastation. Aired 2-3a ET
• Polls Open In Key Test For African National Congress; Pompeo Visits Iraq As U.S.-Iran Standoff Escalates; Iran Warns It Could Resume Some Nuclear Activities; Chinese Vice Premier Will Travel to U.S. to Continue Trade Talks On Thursday; Liverpool Beat Barcelona To Reach Champions League Final; New York Times: Trump Lost $1.17 Billion From 1985 To 1994. Aired 1-2a ET
• Trump Tax Documents; Rep. Lou Correa (D-CA) Interviewed on Barr Contempt Vote; Harry and Meghan Introduce Their Baby. Aired 9:30-10a ET
• House Prepares For Contempt Vote; School Shooting Rocks Colorado; White House Exerts Broad Executive Privilege Over Mueller Report. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• One Student Killed, Eight Injured in Shooting At Denver-Area School; House Judiciary to Vote on Holding Bill Barr in Contempt. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• School Shooting Near Columbine is America's 35th Since Fall; 6th Grader who Survived Shooting, His Father Speak to CNN; Sandra Bland's Own Video Surfaces from 2015 Traffic Stop; Uber, Lyft Drivers Protesting Today Over Wages, Job Security. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• House Judiciary Votes On Holding Barr In Contempt. Aired 10- 10:30a ET
• Rep. Doug Collins (R-GA) And Rep. Steve Chabot (R-OH) Object To William Barr's Treatment Last Week; Rep. Jerrold Nadler (D-NY) Moves To Hold William Barr In Contempt; Rep. Sheila Jackson Lee (D-TX) And Rep. Steve Cohen (D-TN) On Historical Precedent. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• School Shooting Near Columbine Is America's 35th Since Fall; Parents Describe Moment Heard Son Was Killed In School Shooting; Iran Retreats From Nuke Deal, Threatens Uranium Enrichment & Trump To Roll Out New Sanctions; Baby Sussex Has A Name: Archie Harrison Mountbatten-Windsor; House Judiciary Committee Deliberates Barr Contempt As Trump Asserts Executive Privilege Over Mueller Report. Aired 2:30-3p ET
• President On Collision Course With The Constitution And Congress Over The Mueller Report; NYT Got Their Hands On Donald Trump's Federal Tax Figures. Aired: 2-2:30p ET
• Pompeo Makes Unannounced Trip to Iraq to Discuss Tensions with Iran; Iran Retreats on Nuclear Deal; Dow Falls 473 Points as Wall Street Gets Tariff Whiplash; China Putting Minority Muslims in "Concentration Camps"; Democrats Could Vote to Hold William Barr in Contempt of Congress; Global Markets Tanking in Response to Trump's China Tariff Threat; Egging of Australian Prime Minister Latest Such Political Attack. Aired 12-1a ET


May 07, 2019
• Reuters Journalists Freed in Myanmar; Trump Startles U.S. businesses with Fresh Tariff Hike; U.S. Deploying Carrier and Bomber Task Force in Response to "Troubling" Iran Actions; North Korea Announces New Weapons Tests; Duchess of Sussex Delivers a Boy; U.N.: 1 Million Species on Verge of Extinction. Aired 12p-1a ET
• Deadline For McGahn To Give Russia Probe Docs To Dems; House Judiciary Set To Vote To Hold Barr In Contempt Tomorrow; FBI Chief Distances Himself From Attorney General Barr's Use Of Term Spying To Describe Origins Of Investigation Into Trump Campaign; Trump's Approval Hits All-Time Gallup Poll High At 46 Percent; Dow Drops As U.S.-China Trade War Intensifies. Aired 10-10:30a ET
• Tensions over U.S.-China Trade Fight; Jill Biden on Her Life and Family; Georgia Governor To Sign Heartbeat Bill. Aired 9:30-10a ET
• Reuters Journalists Freed in Myanmar; Hundreds Of Former Justice Officials Assert Trump Would Be Facing Felony Charges If He Were Not President; Justice Department Misses Deadline For Full Mueller Report; Duchess of Sussex Gives Birth to Baby Boy. Aired 2-3a ET
• Where Is Secretary Pompeo?; Country Approves of Trump's Handling of Economy; Trump Administration Defying Congressional Subpoenas. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• Two Reuters Journalists Released After 500 Days Behind Bars in Myanmar; Many South Africans Uneager To Vote In The Election; The Duke and Dutchess of Sussex Welcome New Baby Boy; Recap of Daring Fashion at The Met Gala. Aired 3-4a ET
• Officials Say Iran Moving Ballistic Missiles by Boat; NRA Chief Says McBath Only Won Because She's a Minority Female; Interview with Rep. Lucy McBath (D-GA), Gun Violence and the NRA Apology; High Fashion Meets Camp at 71st Annual Met Gala; Dow Falls as Trade Talks Hit Wall Between U.S and China. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• Interview with Keith Boykin; Melania Trump to Push Be Best Campaign Forward Today; Mike Pompeo Cancels Meeting with Angela Merkel to Head to Undisclosed Location. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• Myanmar Frees Journalist Jailed More Than 500 Days; U.S. Warships And Bombers Responding To Iran Warnings; U.N.: One Million Species In Danger of Becoming Extinct; Secretary of State: Ice Melt Is Good For Commerce; Experts: All Is Not Lost, Situation Can Be Reversed. Aired 1-2a ET
• Jill Biden Opens Up on Family, Tragedy and Trump; Dow Falls as Trade Talks Hit Wall Between U.S. & China; Newly-Released Video Shows Sandra Bland Recorded Confrontation with Texas Trooper in 2015 Traffic Stop; Judge: Coast Guard Officer Accused of Terror Plot Should be Released to Wife's Parents. Aired 2:30-3p ET
• Dow Is Trying To Recover After Falling More Than 500 Points; McGahn Complying With White House But Defying Congress; Where is Secretary Of State Pompeo. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• House Judiciary Set to Hold Bill Barr in Contempt Tomorrow; Deadline for Don McGahn to Give Russia Probe Docs Nears; Treasury Secretary Refuses to Turn Over Trump's Tax Returns; Trump Reverses Course, Says Mueller Should not Testify. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• Reuters Journalists Freed in Myanmar; Trump Startles U.S. businesses with Fresh Tariff Hike; U.S. Deploying Carrier and Bomber Task Force in Response to "Troubling" Iran Actions; North Korea Announces New Weapons Tests; Duchess of Sussex Delivers a Boy; U.N.: 1 Million Species on Verge of Extinction. Aired 12-1a ET


May 06, 2019
• Aeoroflot Crash Killed 41 People; President Trump Threatens to Raise Tariffs by Friday; No Redo for Robert Mueller's Russia Probe; Ceasefire in Gaza-Israel Border Has Been Restored; North Korea Back to Testing Nukes; World Headlines; Monday Marks Two Congressional Deadlines; President Trump's Fixer Begins Sentence; A Hero's Goodbye; Venezuela Crisis; Brunei: Death Penalty Won't Apply to Anti-Gay Law; Severe Weather in the U.S.; Nurse Denied Marathon World Record Because She Wasn't Wearing a Skirt; "Avengers: Endgame" Crosses $2 Billion Mark in Record Time. Aired 3-4a ET
• At Least 41 People Killed in Aeroflot Crash Landing; Rocket Barrage and Israeli Strikes Intensify; U.S. Deploying Carrier and Bomber Task Force in Response to Iran Actions; Russia Clashing with the United States over Venezuela; Images Show North Korea Missile Launch as Pyongyang Tests Trump; Trump Renews Tariff Threat Ahead of China Trade Talks; Brunei: Death Penalty Won't Apply to Anti-Gay Law; Speculation Grows about Due Date of Royal Baby; Inside Britain's Elite School for Royal Nannies. Aired 12p-1a ET
• 41 People Die As Russian Plane Catches Fire On Landing; Islamic Jihad: Ceasefire With Israel Restored; Trump Renews Tariff Threat Ahead of China Trade Talks; U.S. and Russia At Odds Over Foreign Involvement; U.S. Deploying Warships After "Warnings" From Iran; Brunei: Death Penalty Won't Apply to Anti-Gay Law; Saudi Executions; Trump: Mueller Should Not Testify before Congress; A Hero Remembered; Challenges Await Extreme Adventurers in India. Aired 1-2a ET
• Venezuelans Hold Vigil For Those Killed In Street Clashes; Thais Celebrate First Royal Coronation In Decades; Nurse Denied Marathon World Record Because She Wasn't Wearing A Skirt; "Avengers: Endgame" Crosses $2B Mark In Record Time; Aeroflot Airplane Caught Fire Near Moscow Airport; Donald Trump Shaking Up the Markets; United States Sending More Warships and Bombers to Middle East; Ceasefire With Israel Has Been Restored; North Korea Resuming Again its Missile Program; President Trump Tweeting About Robert Mueller Again. Aired 2- 3a ET
• Market Plunge on Trade Threat; Sen. Cory Booker (D-NJ) is Interviewed on Gun Legislation; Contempt Proceedings against Barr; Duchess Meghan Gives Birth to Boy; Michael Cohen Speaks Before Going to Jail. Aired 9:30-10a ET
• U.S. Deploys Carrier and Bomber Task Force in Response to Troubling Iran Actions; CNN Obtains Satellite Pictures of North Korean Missile Launch; U.S. Markets Set to Plunge as Trump Renews China Trade Threat; Duchess of Sussex Meghan Markle is in Labor. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• Will IRS Turn Over Trump Tax Returns?; Did Trump Obstruct Justice?; President Trump Threatens to Escalate China Trade War. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• Markets Recover After Big Drop Amid Trump's China Threat; Boeing Admits It Know About 737 Max Aircraft problems in 2017; Trump to Award Tiger Woods Medal of Freedom Tonight; Adam Sandler Performs Emotional Tribute to Chris Farley. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• Trump's Former Fixer, Michael Cohen, Departs For Prison; House Judiciary Sets Wednesday Vote To Hold Barr In Contempt; Duchess Meghan Of Sussex Gives Birth To A Boy. Aired 10-10:30a ET
• Nearly 400 Former Federal Prosecutors Have Signed A Statement Saying That President Trump Would Have Been Charged With Obstruction Of Justice Had He Not Been President Of United States; Former Trump Attorney Michael Cohen Is Now Officially A Federal Inmate; The President Is Facing Headwinds In Negotiations With China. Aired 2- 2:30p ET
• Markets In Turmoil After Trump Tweets Threat To Tax All Chinese Imports; Owner Of Disqualified Kentucky Derby Horse Plans Appeal Amid Uproar; Trump To Award Tiger Woods With Medal Of Freedom Tonight; Red Sox Manager To Snub White House Visit Citing Puerto Rico Response; U.K.'s Duchess Of Sussex Gives Birth To Healthy Boy; Hundreds Of Ex- Prosecutors Say Trump Would Have Been Charged With Obstruction Were He Not President. Aired 2:30-3p ET
• At Least 41 People Killed in Aeroflot Crash Landing; Rocket Barrage and Israeli Strikes Intensify; U.S. Deploying Carrier and Bomber Task Force in Response to Iran Actions; Russia Clashing with the United States over Venezuela; Images Show North Korea Missile Launch as Pyongyang Tests Trump; Trump Renews Tariff Threat Ahead of China Trade Talks; Brunei: Death Penalty Won't Apply to Anti-Gay Law; Speculation Grows about Due Date of Royal Baby; Inside Britain's Elite School for Royal Nannies. Aired 12-1a ET
• Aircraft Carrier Strike Group Ordered to Persian Gulf; Tiger Woods to Receive Presidential Medal of Freedom; Interview with Melinda Gates. Aired 10:30-11a ET


May 05, 2019
• Rockets Fired from Gaza, Israel Responds with Airstrikes; North Korea Test Fires Short-Range Projectiles; Venezuelan Teen Dies in Uprising Attempt; Thai King Grants Titles to Royal Court; Investigators Recover Flight Data Recorder from Boeing 737 that Slid into Florida River; Country House Wins Kentucky Derby. Aired 3-3:30a ET
• Rockets Fired from Gaza, Israel Responds with Airstrikes; North Korea Test Fires Short-Range Projectiles; Investigators Recover Flight Data Recorder from Boeing 737 that Slid into Florida River; Rebuilding Notre Dame; Juan Guaido Urges Military to Abandon Maduro; Thai King Grants Titles to Royal Court; Country House Wins Kentucky Derby. Aired 4-5a ET
• Rockets Fired from Gaza, Israel Responds with Airstrikes; North Korea Test Fires Short-Range Projectiles; Juan Guaido Urges Military to Abandon Maduro; Pelosi to Democrats: Stay in the Center; Thai King Grants Titles to Royal Court; Country House Wins Kentucky Derby. Aired 5-6a ET
• Commercial Jet Engulfed In Flames As It Lands At A Moscow Airport; Exclusive Interview With Representative Sheila Jackson Lee; North Korea Launched Rocket Which Is Believed To Be A Short Range Ballistic Missile; Former Vice President Joe Biden Is Coming Out Swinging At President Trump On The Campaign Trail; Gaza Militants Have Now Fired Some 600 Rockets Into Israel; Country House Wins The Kentucky Derby; Matthew Boling, High School Record Holder, Fastest "All Conditions" 100 Meter Dash. Aired 2-3p ET
• Suspect Charged In California Shooting That Killed 1 Person, Injured 3; Mayor Calls It A "Hate Crime"; Barr Threatens To Skip House Panel Hearing Over Dispute With Dems; Rep. Madeleine Dean (D-VA) Is Interviewed About The Deadly Shooting At California Synagogue; Rescue Underway For 5 People Trapped In Virginia Cave; Trump Falsely Claims Mothers, Doctors "Execute" Babies; NY Giants Draft Pick Shot Hours After Being Selected; Boeing CEO Set To Face Shareholders Tomorrow; W. Virginia Coal Miners Feel Left Behind By Booming Economy. Aired 3-4p ET
• 13 Dead as Jet Engulfed in Fireball Makes Emergency Landing; Trump Thinks Robert Mueller Should Not Testify in Congress; Pete Buttigieg Focuses on Outreach to Black Voters in South Carolina. Aired 4-5p ET
• Deadly Russian Plane Fiery Landing; The 2020 Democrats Campaign Across America; House Judiciary Gives Deadline for Mueller to Testify; U.S Unemployment Lowest Since 1969; Rep. Jeh Johnson (D-RI) is Interviewed About the Russia Investigation, Election Security and ICE; Many Palestinians and Israelis killed as Fighting Intensifies; North Korea Launches Short Range Missile to Sea; Exploited Undocumented Workers in the Trump Organization; Elie Honig Answers Questions About Bill Barr, Robert Mueller and Congress. Aired 5-6p ET
• Death Toll on Russian Jet Fire Reaches 41; Rep. Lou Correa (D- CA) Interviewed Regarding Whether Robert Mueller Should Testify To Congress Or Not; Senator Bernie Sanders Out On The Campaign Trail. Aired: 6-7p ET
• 41 Dead After Russian Plane Catches Fire; Harris Campaigns in Detroit as Part of Two-Day Michigan Swing; Buttigieg Drops in for Sunday School with Jimmy Carter; Trump Reversal: Mueller Should Not Testify Before Congress. Aired 7-8p ET
• 41 Killed When Russian Plane Catches Fire After Landing; Trump Says Mueller Should Not Testify Before Congress; Risks and Benefits of Frontrunner Status; Horse Racing World Reels Over Kentucky Shocker. Aired 8-9p ET


May 04, 2019
• North Korea Launches Multiple Projectiles; Flight from Guantanamo Bay Skids off Florida Runway; Trump Unhappy with Aides' Teases of Venezuelan Military Option; Thailand's King Vajiralongkorn Crowned; Venezuelan Senior Homes Provide Shelter for the Most Vulnerable; Biden Brings His Folksy Style to Presidential Race. Aired 3-4a ET
• North Korea Launches Multiple Projectiles; Flight from Guantanamo Bay Skids off Florida Runway; Thailand's King Vajiralongkorn Crowned; Trump Fails to Address Election Meddling with Putin; Trump Unhappy with Teases of Venezuelan Military Option; Cindy Warmbier Urges U.S. to Keep Pressure on North Korea; Democrats Crowd the Field with 21 Presidential Candidates; "Jeopardy!" Contestant Can't Stop Winning. Aired 4-5a ET
• Airplanes Skids Off Runway into the St. Johns River in Florida; Explosion Destroys Silicone Plant in Waukegan, Illinois; North Korea Launches Short-Range Missiles; Venezuela Diplomat Meeting with Russian Counterpart; President Trump Comments on Phone Conversation with Russian President Putin on Venezuela and Mueller Report; U.S. Unemployment Falls after Positive April Jobs Report; Joe Biden Leads Democratic Presidential Field in Recent Polls. Aired 10-11a ET
• North Korea Launches Multiple Projectiles; Ninety Rockets Fired from Gaza toward Israel; Thailand's King Vajiralongkorn Crowned; Trump Fails to Address Election Meddling with Putin; Cindy Warmbier Urges U.S. to Keep Pressure on North Korea; Venezuelan Senior Homes Provide Shelter for the Most Vulnerable; Venezuela's Juan Guaido Calls for Weekend Protests at Military Bases; Devastating Floods Submerge Parts of Iowa; Measles Ship Allowed to Return to Home Port. Aired 5-6a ET
• Explosion Destroys Silicone Plant in Waukegan, Illinois; Mayor Sam Cunningham of Waukegan, Illinois, Interviewed about Silicone Plant Explosion; Airplane Skids Off Runway into the St. Johns River in Florida; Fighting Breaks Out between Israel and Gaza; President Trump Tweets Response to North Korea's Launching of Short-Range Missiles; Venezuelan Diplomat to Meet with Russian Counterpart; President Trump Comments on Phone Conversation with Russian President Putin on Venezuela; Man Imprisoned for Terrorist Plot to Attack New York Subway to be Released; New CNN Series Explores Livings Styles Around the World. Aired 2-3p ET
• 1 Dead, 2 Missing After Explosion at Illinois Silicone Plant; NTSB Investigating Boeing 737 Skidding off Runway into River; North Korea Launches Multiple Short-Range Projectiles; What Latest Launch Means for Already Fragile U.S./North Korea Relationship; Israeli Officials: Gaza Militants Fire 200 Rockets Toward Israel; Nadler Threatens to Hold Attorney General Barr in Contempt; Chinese Mother Admits She Paid $6.5 Million to College Scam Ringleader; Cruise Ship with Confirmed Measles Case Back at Home Port; Prince Harry Cuts Official Trip Spurring New Baby Speculation. Aired 1-2p ET
• North Korea Test Fires Several Short-Range Projectiles; Trump Contradicts Own Officials on Russia's Interest in Venezuela; Trump Doesn't Warn Putin Against Future Election Meddling; Israeli Officials: Gaza Militants Fire 200 Rockets Toward Israel; NTSB Investigating Boeing 737 Skidding off Runway into River; U.S. Unemployment Rate Falls to Lowest Level Since 1969; U.S. Deficit on Track to Hit $1 Trillion; Trump Says Federal Reserve Should Lower Interest Rates; Prince Harry Cuts Official Trip Spurring New Baby Speculation; Kentucky Derby: "The Most Exciting 2 Minutes in Sports"; "The Redemption Project" Tomorrow at 9:00P Eastern. Aired 3-4p ET
• President Trump Got The News That His Bromance With North Korean Leader Kim Jong-un May Be On The Brink Of A Breakup; The Death Toll Is Rising In Gaza Amid Escalating Attacks Between Palestinian Militants And Israeli Forces; AB Specialty Silicone Burst Into Flames Overnight After An Explosion So Intense It Could Be Felt Miles Away; A Pro-Sports Gambler Racks Up The Winnings On Jeopardy Using A Vegas Strategy; Trebek on Cancer Fight: "I Just Take It as It Comes"; America's Mayors Caught Up in Bizarre Scandals; Olympian Caster Semenya Loses Appeal over Testosterone Levels; "Chewie" Remembrances Dominate "Star Wars" Day Observances. Aired 4-5p ET
• Latest on the Jacksonville Airport Accident; Illinois Silicone Plant Explostion Investigated; North Korean Projectile Launches Examined; Trump-Putin Phone Conversation Discussed; Gaza Militants Fire 200 Rockets Toward Israel; Anti-gay Protesters Interrupt Pete Buttigieg Speech; Heroes Praised for Taking on Gunmen in Recent Shootings. Aired 12-1p ET
• One Dead, Two Still Missing after Explosion at an Illinois Plant; Boeing 737 Skids Off Runway into River; Israeli Officials: Gaza Militants Fire 150 Rockets Toward Israel; North Korea Launches Short- Range Projectiles; Crisis in Venezuela; U.S. Adds 263,000 Jobs in April, Unemployment Rate Falls to 3.6 percent; Cities Along Flooded Mississippi River Brace for Mores Rain. Aired 11a-12p ET
• Nadler Threatens to Hold Attorney General Barr in Contempt; Growing Number of Democrats Call for Barr Resignation; "Chasing Life": Cold, Dark Norway One of the Happiest Places on Earth; Airplane Skids Off Runway In Florida; Trump's Foreign Policy Positions; Is U.S. Ready For A Gay President?; Gaza-Israel Hostilities. Aired 5-6p ET
• One Dead, Two Missing After Blast At Illinois Silicone Plant; Charter Jet Carrying Military Personnel Skids Off Florida Runway; Gaza-Israel Hostilities Escalate With Rocket Attacks, Airstrikes; Democrats See Wide Open Field In Iowa; Kentucky Derby Shocker; Call With Trump And Putin; Rep. Zoe Lofgren (D) California is Interviewed About Election Interference; Trump Proposes Major Changes To Asylum System; One Dead, Two Missing After Blast At Illinois Silicone Plant. Aired 8-9p ET


May 03, 2019
• Cyclone Fani Ripped India's East Coast; War Between House Democrats versus William Barr Deepens; Venezuela's National Guard Sweeps Everyone; U.S. Warns Russia to Back Off from Venezuela; Cyclone Fani Makes Landfall On India's East Coast; Democrats Weigh Contempt Citation For William Barr; Arrest Warrant Issued For Key Venezuelan Activist; Facebook Bans Dangerous Figures From Platforms; College Admission Scam; United Kingdom Local Elections; Fallout Over Security Leak Sacking In Britain; Treasure Claims To Good To Be True; Manhunt For Adrian Hong; Political Poultry; The Original Wookie Died At 74. Aired 3-4a ET
• Cyclone Fani Makes Landfall In Eastern India; Facebook Bans Dangerous Individuals; U.S. Issues Warrant For Accused Ringleader Of North Korean Embassy Raid In Spain; Drama In Britain After Defence Secretary Sacked; Bernie Sanders Takes Direct Aim At Joe Biden; Duchess Of Sussex Nixes Photo Op For New Baby; Cyclone Fani Makes Landfall; Venezuela in Crisis; Capitol Hill Circus. Aired 2-3a ET
• U.S. Economy Adds 263,000 Jobs in April; White House Accuses Mueller of Playing Politics in Letter to Attorney General; National Security Team Meets at Pentagon to Discuss Venezuela; NYT: FBI Investigator Met Undercover with Trump Aide; Democratic Hopefuls Push Hard to Gain Support from Donors. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• Unemployment Rate Falls; Trump Fails to Address Election Meddling With Putin; Kamala Harris Calls Out Trump Comments. Aired 3- 3:30p ET
• Tale of Two Platforms: Kamala Harris in Town Halls Vs Hearings; Warmbier's Mom Says North Korea is a "Cancer" and Will Kill All of Us; Lori Loughlin Shopping for Crisis Management Help; Man Who was Stretching His Neck Suffers a Stroke; Quarantined Scientology Cruise Ship Leaves St. Lucia. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• New Delhi Prepares For Cyclone Fani To Make Landfall; The Family Of A Chinese Student Paid $6.5 Million For A Place At Stanford University; Judge: Trump's Business Dealings Conflict with Presidential Reponsibilities; Hundreds Of Thousands Evacuated Ahead Of Cyclone Fani; Barr Skips House Hearing Over Questioning Rules; House Democrats Weigh Contempt Citation For Barr; Sudan's Ousted President to Face Criminal Inquiry; Arrest Warrant issued For Key Opposition Figure; U.S. and Russia in Standoff Over Venezuela. Aired 1-2a ET
• Interview with Kevin Hassett; Church of Scientology Cruise Ship Quarantined with Measles Case on Board; Interview with Joanna Weiss on the rise of Pete Buttigieg. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• Economy Adds 263,000 Jobs In April; Unemployment Rate Falls To 3.6 Percent; Trump Says McGahn Should Not Testify Before Congress. Aired 10-10:30a ET
• 21 Democrats in Race, Yet Only Men on Magazine Covers; Admitted Terrorist Set to Walk Free in Days; "Jeopardy" Champ James Holzhauer Scores 21 Wins in a Row. Aired 2:30-3p ET
• U.S. Economy Gains 263,000 Jobs in April; DNC Announces Fundraising, Polling Requirements for Debates; Democratic Hopefuls Push Hard to Gain Support, Donors; Facebook Bans Extremists It Deems Dangerous; Mother of Stanford Student from China Said Money was Donation; "Jeopardy" Champ Makes History with 21st Win Streak. Aired 9:30-10a ET
• Trump And Putin Speak For An Hour; New Ultimatum House Democrats Offer To Attorney General Bill Barr; 263,000 Jobs Added An April. Aired: 2-2:30p ET
• Cyclone Fani; Attorney General William Barr A No Show in Congressional Hearing; Venezuela's Crisis; Source: One Family Paid $6.5M to Man in College Admissions Scandal. Aired 12-1a ET


May 02, 2019
• Battle Brewing Between House Democrats and A.G. Barr; Political Unrest in Venezuela Continues; Julian Assange Faces Court for Multiple Charges; Juan Guaido Calls For Third Day Of Anti-Maduro Protest; WikiLeaks Founder Assange Sentenced To 50 Weeks; U.S. Attorney General Defends Handling Of Mueller Report; U.K. Defense Secretary Sacked Over Huawei Leak; Huawei Sales Rising, While Apple And Samsung Slump; Landmark Decision May End Olympic Champ's Run; India On Alert For Cyclone Fani; Climate Change Report; Tourist On The DMZ; Holocaust Eva's Diary; Picture Perfect Of Princess Charlotte; Royal Wedding In Thailand. Aired 3-4a ET
• Competing Narratives From Venezuela; A New Emperor Takes The Throne In Japan; New Complaints Of The How The U.S. AG Summarized The Mueller Report; Assange's U.S. Extradition Battle Begins Thursday; U.K. Minister Sacked After Admitting U.K. Would Use Huawei Equipment in 5G Network; Senator's Quote on Trump Turns Into Internet Memes. Aired 12p-1a ET
• Barr A No-Show At House Judiciary Hearing; Vigil To Honor College Students Killed In UNC Charlotte Shooting; Interview With Rep. Ted Lieu; Interview With Rep. Lofgren. Aired 10-10:30a ET
• Attorney General Barr Refuses to Show Up at House Judiciary Hearing Today; Nadler Threatens to Hold AG Barr in Contempt of Congress; William Barr a No Show as House Judiciary Hearing Gets Underway; DOJ Misses Deadline to Turn Over Unredacted Mueller Report. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• Hundreds Arrested as Police Clash with Demonstrators; U.K. Defense Secretary Sacked over Huawei Leak; Olympian with Elevated Testosterone Loses Appeal; India Braces for Powerful Tropical Cyclone Fani; A Jewish Girl's Past Brought to Life on Instagram; Facebook CEO Promises Greater Data Security; Barr Defiantly Defends Handling Of Mueller Report; Democrats Grill Attorney General Over Mueller Report; Multiple Democrats Call On William Barr To Resign; Multiple Democrats Call on William Barr To Resign; Trump Praises Barr: He Did A Great Job; Guaido Calls For Third Day of Anti-Maduro Protests. Aired 1-2a ET
• Democrats React to Barr's No-Show at Hearing; Barr Missing Judiciary Hearing; Nadler Addresses Barr's Absence. Aired 9:30-10a ET
• New York City Subway Bomber Plotter Spared More Jail Time; White House Lashes Out at Mueller Report; Attorney General Under Fire. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• Competing Narratives From Venezuela; A New Emperor Takes The Throne In Japan; New Complaints Of The How The U.S. AG Summarized The Mueller Report; Assange's U.S. Extradition Battle Begins Thursday; U.K. Minister Sacked After Admitting U.K. Would Use Huawei Equipment in 5G Network; Senator's Quote on Trump Turns Into Internet Memes. Aired 12-1a ET
• Baltimore Mayor Resigns Amid Book Deal Scandal; Trumps Fed Pick Withdraws After Sexist Remark Firestorm; Family of Stanford Admittee Paid Scam Mastermind $6.5 Million; U.S. Seeks Ways to Get Money to Venezuela's Guaido. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• Trump's Highest Polling Approval Rating as Economy Posts Strong First Quarter Growth; Interview with Sen. Chris Van Hollen (D-MD); Live Statement from Rep. Nancy Pelosi (D-CA). Aired 10:30-11a ET
• Attorney General Barr Defends Handling Of Mueller Report Amid Furore; Julian Assange Sentenced To 50 Weeks In Prison; Head of Venezuela's Secret Police Breaks With Maduro; Olympian With Elevated Testosterone Loses Appeal; SpaceX Mission To International Space Station Delayed; Senator's Quote Turns Into Internet Memes. Aired 2-3a ET
• Early Polls Show Most Top Democrats Lading Trump Head to Head; Hillary Clinton Popping Up During 2020 Discussions; Frenemies: Barr Rakes Multiple Jabs at Mueller in Hearing; UNCC Shooting Suspect Waives Right to Appear in Court; White House Lawyer Complained to A.G. Barr that Mueller Should Have Reached Obstruction Decision. Aired 2:30-3p ET
• Top White House Counsel Writes AG Barr About Mueller Report; AG Barr No Show At House Judiciary Hearing; Facebook Is Purging Several High Profile Names From Its Platforms. Aired: 2-2:30p ET


May 01, 2019
• Chaos in Venezuela Rise Dramatically; William Barr to Face House Democrats Over His Mueller Memo; Emperor Naruhito Inherits his Father's Throne; Justice Served for an Untimely Death; Anti-Maduro Uprising Turns Violent In Venezuela; Naruhito Becomes New Emperor of Japan; Barr Summary Did Not Capture Context, Substance; Pompeo, Russia Persuaded Maduro Not To Leave; President Trump Demands Cuba Cease Military Operations In Venezuela; Monarchy Faces Potential Succession Crisis; Emperor Naruhito Takes The Chrysanthemum Throne; Notre Dame Students May Help Notre Dame Rebuild; Facebook And It's Privacy; A Night In The Museum. Aired 3-4a ET
• Anti-Maduro Uprising Turns Violent in Venezuela; Trump Threatens Full U.S. Embargo against Cuba; Students from American University to Offer Designs; Maduro Remains Defiant In Address To Venezuelans; Anti-Maduro Uprising Turns Violent In Venezuela; Emperor Naruhito Ascends Throne As Reiwa Era Begins; Akihito Abdicates To Become Emperor Emeritus; Mueller: Barr Summary Did Not Capture Context, Substance. Aired 1-2a ET
• Trump Tweets about Russia Probe; Barr Testifies to Congress; Jerry Nadler Speaks about Mueller and Barr; Letter from Mueller to Barr is Released. Aired 9:30-10a ET
• Attorney General Barr Set to Testify Before Senate Judiciary Committee; Sen. Dick Durbin (D-IL) Interviewed About Barr's Hearing Before the Senate Judiciary Committee; Mueller Objected to Barr's Principal Conclusions in Summary. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• William Barr Testifies Before the Senate Judiciary Committee. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• Attorney General Barr Faces Senate Grilling Over Mueller Report: Barr Says Mueller's Letter Objecting to Summary was "A Bit Snitty"; Barr Says He Didn't Use the Term "Spying" in a Pejorative Way; Barr, I'm Not in the Business of Determining When Lies are Told to the American People. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• A.G. Barr Testifies to Congress. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• A.G. Barr Testifies to Congress Judiciary Committee About Mueller Report. Aired 2:30-3p ET
• Attorney General William Barr Appears Before Senate. Aired 3- 3:30p ET
• Nicolas Maduro And Juan Guaido Battling For Support And Legitimacy; What Robert Mueller Thinks Of The Attorney General's Summary Of His 448-Page Report; The Dawn Of A New Era In The Land Of The Rising Sun; Guaido Calls For More Protests as Maduro Defiant; Japanese Monarch Declares Historic Abdication; Monarchy Faces Potential Succession Crisis; Suspect Sensor Had Problems On 216 Flights; Zuckerberg New Focus On Protecting Users' Information. Aired 2-3a ET
• Attorney General Barr Faces Lawmakers After Mueller Objected To Report Summary; Attorney General Barr Testifies Before Senate Judiciary Committee. Aired 10-10:30a ET
• A.G. Barr Testifies to Congress. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• Anti-Maduro Uprising Turns Violent in Venezuela; Russia Blames Venezuelan Opposition for Violence. Aired 12-1a ET


April 30, 2019
• Japan's Emperor Abdicate His Throne; ISIS Leader Sending Message to the World; New Rules Imposed on Asylum Seekers; Japan's Emperor Akihito To Abdicate Throne; Easter Bombers Had Links To ISIS; ISIS Leader Appears To Address Followers In New Video; Boeing Under Fire; The U.S. Promise To North Korea; Breaking Boundaries By A Burkini-Wearing Model. Aired 3-4a ET
• Rep. Jamie Raskin (D-MD) is Interviewed on Oversight; Attempted Coup Underway in Venezuela; Democrats Meet with Trump on Infrastructure; Trump Introduces Asylum Changes. Aired 9:30-10a ET
• CNN Poll: Biden Opens Commanding Lead Over Democratic Field; Trump and His Children Sue Banks to Block House Subpoenas for Records; Trump Introduces Sweeping Changes to Asylum in Memo; Attempted Coup Underway in Venezuela; Latest Poll Has Joe Biden in Commanding Lead Over Democratic Field. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• ISIS Leader Appears To Address Followers In New Video; Sri Lankan President: Easter Bombers Had Links To ISIS; Emperor Akihito To Abdicate The Throne; Charges Filed Against Alleged Synagogue Shooter; Renewed Focus on Trump's Response to White Nationalism. Aired 1-2a ET
• Washington Post: Trump Hits 10,000 Lies Since Inauguration; John Singleton Dead at 51. Aired 12-1a ET
• Joe Biden Leading in Polls; Crisis in Venezuela; Democrats and Trump Agree on Infrastructure Spending. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• ISIS' Mysterious Leader Is Not Dead, New Video Shows; U.S. Treasury Secretary, Trade Rep. In Beijing; Director John Singleton Dies At 51. Aired 2-3a ET
• Juan Guaido Calls for Coup Against Nicolas Maduro Today; Trump Family Sues Deutsche Bank; Netflix Show Correlates with Spike in Teen Suicides. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• Street Protests Escalate in Push to Oust Maduro in Venezuela; Trump Proposes Sweeping Changes for Asylum Seekers; Trump's Fed Pick Says Biggest Economic Problems Is Lower Male Earnings; CNN Reviews 77 Trump Team Lies and Falsehoods in Report; John Singleton Changed Game, Opened Doors in Hollywood. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• Attempted Coup Underway In Venezuela; Top Democrats Will Meet With Donald Trump On Infrastructure As Tensions Build Over Ongoing Investigations; Joe Biden Opens Commanding Lead Over Democratic Field. Aired 10-10:30a ET
• Trump And Family Are Suing Banks For Complying With Democrat Subpoenas; John Bolton Speaks To Reporters On Coup In Venezuela; Company Behind 97,000 Percent Drug Price Hike Accused Of Bribing Doctors. Aired 2:30-3p ET
• Clashes Erupt in Venezuela; President Trump Played Host Once Again To Schumer And Pelosi At The White House To Hammer Out A Deal To Fix The Nation's Crumbling Infrastructure; Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-VT) Interviewed Regarding Medicare-For-All. Aired 2-2:30p ET


April 29, 2019
• Sri Lanka Bans Wearing of Burqa; Lone Wolf Shooter Attacks Mosque in California; Cyclone Kenneth Devastated Mozambique; Veracruz, Mexico Calls for Justice; William Barr Fights with House Democrats; Socialist Party Won in Spain's General Election; Parents Outrage About New Curriculum; Egypt's Tourism Industry Booming; Avengers Endgame, A Movie Worth Watching. Aired 3-4a ET
• Jewish Community in California Devastated; Sri Lanka Cracks Down on Terrorism; Avengers Endgame Movie Shattering Records; White House's Battle Against Congressional Oversight; Spain's Socialist Party is Celebrating its Election Victory; 272 Election Officials Die Of Exhaustion in Indonesia; Avengers Smash Box Office Records With $1.2 Billion Debut; Marvel Fan Watched "Avengers: Infinity War" 103 Times. Aired 2-3a ET
• Men Rescued from Virginia Cave; Draft Pick Shot After Being Selected; Pledge Signed for Warmbier's Release; Avengers Move Shatters Records. Aired 9:30-10a ET
• Worshipers Attacked in U.S., Sri Lanka, N. Zealand; Ongoing Rainfall Flooding Mozambique; Wave of Violence Hitting Veracruz State; "Avengers" Smash Box Office Records with $1.2 Billion Debut; U.S. And Sri Lanka Mourn After Attacks On Worshipers; Lori Kaye Stepped Between Gunman And Rabbi; Sri Lanka Still On High Alert After Deadly Bombings; Victim's Family Talk to CNN After Easter Attacks; Socialist Party Wins Closely-Contested Election; Spain's Far-Right Vox Party Wins 24 Seats. Aired 1-2 ET
• Attorney General Bill Barr Threatens to Skip House Hearing Thursday; California Synagogue Shooting Leaves 1 Dead, 3 Injured; Hate Crime on the Rise. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• Federal Authorities Thwart Alleged Terror Plot in L.A.; ISIS Leader Appears in Video; Ex-Diplomat Says Trump Authorized $2 Million Pledge to North Korea to Return Otto Warmbier; Trump vs. Biden. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• Survival Stories Emerge From Synagogue Attack; Sri Lanka Still on High Alert After Deadly Bombings; Socialist Party Wins Closely- Contested Election; Spain's Far-Right Vox Party Wins 24 Seats; Barr to Testify Before Judiciary Committee This Week; U.S. Admits It Pledged NK $2M for Student But Never Paid; Mozambique Reeling from Cyclone Kenneth. Aired 12-1a ET
• William Barr Threatens To Skip House Hearing On Thursday; The Washington Post Says Trump Surpasses 10,000 False Or Misleading Claims; California Synagogue Shooting Leaves One Dead, Three Injured. Aired 10-10:30a ET
• Family of Synagogue Suspect "Shocked and Deeply Saddened"; What is Trump Administration doing About Rise of White Nationalism; Investigation Launched Amid NRA's Internal Leadership Drama; Trump Accuses NY AG of Illegally Investigation NRA; Biden Speaks at First Campaign Rally in Pennsylvania; Report: Wall Street Freaking Out Over 2020 Democrats; White House Reviewing Stephen Moore's Sexist Comments on Women. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• Number of Measles Cases Continues to Rise; Joe Biden 2020 Campaign Kicks Off Today in Pittsburgh; New York Attorney General Launches NRA Probe. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• President Trump Lashing Out At Biden And At Unions As A War Of Words Erupts On Twitter; President Has Instructed Current And Former Aides Not To Comply With Subpoenas Or Information Requests; ISIS Leader Abu Bakr Al-Baghdadi Appearing For The First Time In Five Years. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• Social Media's Role In Fostering Attacks In Places Of Worship; Different Strategies: How Each Democrat Plans To Take On Trump; Video Shows Crane Collapse In Seattle That Killed Four; "Brady Bunch" Episode Fuels Campaign Against Vaccines During Measles Epidemic. Aired 2:30-3p ET


April 28, 2019
• Deadly Shooting In California; Man Shot Just Hours After Fulfilling A Dream; New Poll That Reveals That Democrats Are Still Far From Making A Decision On Who To Back In 2020; Nationwide Measles Outbreak Is Forcing Two Of Southern California's Largest Universities To Quarantine Hundreds Of Students And Faculty; At Least Four People Died, Several Others Were Injured In That Fiery Crash Which Involved More Than Two Dozen Cars And Trucks On I-70 Near Denver. Aired 2-3p ET
• Suspect Charged In California Shooting That Killed 1 Person, Injured 3; Mayor Calls It A "Hate Crime"; Barr Threatens To Skip House Panel Hearing Over Dispute With Dems; Rep. Madeleine Dean (D-VA) Is Interviewed About The Deadly Shooting At California Synagogue; Rescue Underway For 5 People Trapped In Virginia Cave; Trump Falsely Claims Mothers, Doctors "Execute" Babies; NY Giants Draft Pick Shot Hours After Being Selected; Boeing CEO Set To Face Shareholders Tomorrow; W. Virginia Coal Miners Feel Left Behind By Booming Economy. Aired 3-4p ET
• Kellyanne Conway Doubling Down in Defending the President; No Definite Frontrunner for Democrats in the 2020 Race; Indiana Senator Richard Lugar Has Died; CNN Heroes; A Seventh Body Found in Nashville; Four People in Seattle Killed by A Crane; Avengers End Game Setting Box Office Records. Aired 4-5p ET
• One Dead, Three Wounded in San Diego Synagogue Shooting; Rabbi Goldstein Speaks After Terror Attack; Democratic Voters Have no Idea Who to Vote; Six Men Trapped Inside a Cave in Virginia. Aired 5-6p ET
• Rabbi Speaks Out After Poway Synagogue Shooting; Interview with Mayor Steve Vaus about Synagogue Shooting; One of Five Men Trapped in Virginia Cave Rescued. Aired 6-7p ET
• Rabbi Speaks a Day After Being Shot in Suspected Racist Attack; Family Witnessed the Shooting Describes the Event; Lessons from Tree of Life Synagogue Shooting; Investigating the Shooting Suspect. Aired 8-9p ET
• A Gunman Opens Fire in California Synagogue; One Week Since The Sri Lanka Deadly Easter Sunday Terror Attacks; Spain's Political Crossroads. Aired 3-3:30a ET
• Authorities in California Search For Answers After Deadly Shooting in California; Sri Lanka Marks One Week Since the Easter Terrorist Attacks; Spain's Political Crossroads. Aired 5-6a ET
• Details on Deadly Shooting in California; Sri Lanka Marks One Week Since Easter Sunday Terrorist Attacks. Aired 4-5a ET
• Details on Deadly Shooting in California; Sri Lanka Marks One Week Since Easter Sunday Terrorist Attacks. Aired 4-5a ET
• Stories of Heroism Emerge in Poway Synagogue Attack; Five Men Trapped in Virginia Cave Rescued; Interview with Rep. Scott Peters (D- CA); Trump Denounces Anti-Semitism after Synagogue Shooting; Rabbi: Trump "So Comforting" In Phone Call After Shooting; Biden Rebukes Trump's Charlottesville Response In Video; CNN: Barr's Appearance At Hearing Up In The Air; Religious Hate Incidents Hit U.S. And Abroad In Recent Weeks; FBI Chief: Russia "Upping Their Game" With Election Interference; Kim Jong-un Visits Putin For First Time; Measles Quarantine Issued At Two California Universities. Aired 7-8p ET


April 27, 2019
• Gun Battle in Sri Lanka; Trump Defends Response to White Nationalist Violence; Biden Addresses Criticisms of His Past Behavior; Measles Quarantine Issued at Two California Universities; Spy Maria Butina Sentenced to 18 Months; Kim Jong-un Vents on Trump and Hanoi Summit; Movie Theater Changes "Hellboy" on Sign. Aired 3-4a ET
• Gun Battle in Sri Lanka; Trump Defends Response to White Nationalist Violence; Biden Addresses Criticisms of His Past Behavior; Measles Quarantine Issued at Two California Universities; Michael Avenatti Addresses Fraud, Extortion Allegations; Kim Jong-un's Polished Summit with Vladimir Putin. Aired 4-5a ET
• Gun Battle in Sri Lanka; Trump Defends Response to White Nationalist Violence; Biden Addresses Criticisms of His Past Behavior; Measles Quarantine Issued at Two California Universities; Kim Jong- un's Polished Summit with Vladimir Putin; Durant Scores 50 Points as Warriors Eliminate Clippers. Aired 5-6a ET
• President Trump Plays Golf with Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe; Joe Biden Announces 2020 Presidential Bid; Joe Biden Criticizes President Trump over Charlottesville Statements; President Trump Congratulates NFL Draft Pick Nick Bosa; Analyst Examine Age as Possible Factor in Presidential Race; Interview with Cellist Who Played at Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's Wedding. Aired 10-11a ET
• Oliver North Announces He Will Not be Re-Nominated as President of NRA; Financial Mismanagement Reportedly at Center of NRA Leadership Shakeup; President Trump Defends Controversial Comments on Charlottesville Rally; Michael Avenatti Gives Interview on Charges that May Lead to Jail Time; Democratic Presidential Candidates Speak Before Union Crowd in Las Vegas. Aired 2-3p ET
• NRA President Oliver North Steps Down Amid Feud with CEO Wayne LaPierre; Police Charge Driver with Intentionally Hitting Group of Pedestrians He Believed They Were Muslims; Rosenstein Blames Obama for Burying Attack on 2016 Election; Poll: Most Think Trump Lied, Obstruction, But Oppose Impeachment; Trump Defends Charlottesville Comments after Biden Slams Them; 10 Civilians Killed in Explosions, Shootout at Raided Home in Sri Lanka; Trump Touts "Great Relationship" with North Korea; North Korea Billed the U.S. $2 Million for Otto Warmbier's Care; Putin "Pleased" with Kim Jong-Un Summit, Will Inform U.S. on Talks; Anti-Vaxxer Debate Heats Amid 695 Measles Cases in 22 States & Quarantines; Mother Faces Son's Killer in "The Redemption Project"; Judge Bans Media from Pretrial Hearing for Harvey Weinstein. Aired 1-2p ET
• Poll: Most Think Trump Lied, Obstructed, But Oppose Impeachment; Trump Attacks Biden Under Belief He's Biggest Threat in 2020; Trump Defends Charlottesville Comments after Biden Slams Them; Trump Golfs with Japanese P.M. Before Campaign Rally; NRA President Oliver North Steps Down Amid Feud with CEO Wayne LaPierre; Police Charge Driver with Intentionally Hitting Group of Pedestrians He Believed Were Muslims; 10 Civilians Killed in Explosions, Shootout at Raided Home in Sri Lanka; Trump Continues Stonewalling on Slew of Congressional Investigations; Trump Contradicts McGahn on Efforts to Fire Mueller; San Diego Sheriff's Office: Shooting at California Synagogue. Aired 3-4p ET
• At Least 4 Hospitalized After Synagogue Shooting Near San Diego; Affiliate KUSI Interviews Chabad of Poway Synagogue Member; Witness Describes Shooting at Synagogue; Interview with Mayor of Poway Steve Vaus on Synagogue Shooting. Aired 4-5p ET
• California Driver Charged; Police Raid Suspected ISIS Hideout; FBI to Meet with Florida Officials on Election Hacking Claims; Rosenstein Blames Obama for Burying Attack on 2016 Vote; Poll: Most Think Trump Lied and Obstructed but Oppose Impeachment; NRA President Oliver North Steps Down; Tyreek Hill Pulled from Team Activities after Tape Surfaces; Trump, Abe Hold Meetings Leading up to G-20 Summit. Aired 11a-12p ET
• Rosenstein Blames Obama for Burying Attack on 2016 Vote; Coast Guard Officer Accused of Terror Plot Will Be Released; Wray: Russia Poses A "Very Significant Counterintelligence Threat"; Groundbreaking Journey for Drone Carrying Human Organ. Aired 12-1p ET
• 1 Killed, 3 Injured in "Hate Crime" Chabad Synagogue of Poway Shooting; Four People Were Shot, Including an Adult Woman Who Died of Her Injuries. Aired 7-8p ET
• Officials Hold News Conference on California Synagogue Shooting; Trump Reacts to News of Deadly Synagogue Shooting; Witness Describes Shooting at Synagogue. Aired 5-6p ET
• One Killed In Shooting At California Synagogue, 19-Year-Old In Custody; Trump Defends Charlottesville Remarks: Robert E. Lee "Great"; Obama Speaks At Mandela Event In Rare Public Remarks. Aired 8-9p ET
• NRA President Oliver North Steps Down Amid Feud with CEO Wayne LaPierre; Police Charge Driver with Intentionally Hitting Group of Pedestrians He Believed They Were Muslims; Rosenstein Blames Obama for Burying Attack on 2016 Election; Poll: Most Think Trump Lied, Obstruction, But Oppose Impeachment; Trump Defends Charlottesville Comments after Biden Slams Them; 10 Civilians Killed in Explosions, Shootout at Raided Home in Sri Lanka; Trump Touts "Great Relationship" with North Korea; North Korea Billed the U.S. $2 Million for Otto Warmbier's Care; Putin "Pleased" with Kim Jong-Un Summit, Will Inform U.S. on Talks; Anti-Vaxxer Debate Heats Amid 695 Measles Cases in 22 States & Quarantines; Mother Faces Son's Killer in "The Redemption Project"; Judge Bans Media from Pretrial Hearing for Harvey Weinstein. Aired 1-2p ET
• Four People Were Shot In Poway, California Synagogue Shooting, Rep. Eric Swalwell (D-CA) Interviewed Regarding Synagogue Shooting In Poway, California; 1 Dead, 3 Injured In California Synagogue Attack; Rep. Eric Swalwell (D-CA) Is Interviewed About The Latest Synagogue Attack In California. Aired 6-7p ET


April 26, 2019
• Sri Lankans Fear for More Possible Attacks; Cyclone Kenneth Slams Mozambique; North Korea Presents Warmbier's Bill to U.S.; Joe Biden Campaigns Targeting President Trump; Sri Lanka Police, 70 Arrested, More Suspects Sought; Cyclone Kenneth Hit Mozambique; North Korea Billed U.S. $2 Million For Warmbier's Case; French President Promises Tax Cuts After Months Of Unrest; Yellow Vest Protests; Many Of The Men Executed In Saudi Said They Were Tortured; A Saudi Woman Drives For Freedom; China's Plan To Build The Silk Road; Prince William Comforts Victims Of Mosque Attacks; Double 07 Returns. Aired 3-4a ET
• Joe Biden Announces Candidacy; Councilman Wes Bellamy (D-VA) Interviewed Regarding Joe Biden's Use of Charlottesville In Presidential Bid Video; White House Subpoena Battle With House Democrats Who Want McGahn To Testify. Aired: 2-2:30p ET
• Government Lowers Death Toll From 359 To 253; Sources: North Korea Billed U.S. $2 Million For Warmbier's Case; Beijing's One Belt And One Road Initiative; Joe Biden Announces He's Running For U.S. President; New York Times: Joe Biden Privately Expresses Regret To Anita Hill; French President Promises Economic Changes; French President Addresses Nation after Months of Unrest; Right Wing Party Could See Gains in Spain's General Election; Prince William Visits Mosques Attacked in New Zealand; Gallup Emotions Report; Avengers Assemble for Epic Finale. Aired 1-2a ET
• Rep. David Cicilline (D) Rhode Island is Interviewed About Trump's Charlottesville Response; Biden Expresses Regret to Anita Hill in Phone Call; Deputy AG Rod Rosenstein Defends Handling of Russia Probe; Now: Sentencing Underway for Russian Agent Maria Butina. Aired 10-10:30a ET
• Strong Economic Numbers; Boeing Crash Investigation; Trump Doubles Down on Charlottesville Comments; Joe Biden Raises Big Bucks. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• Latest on Sri Lanka Bombings Investigation; Cyclone Kenneth Hits Mozambique; Joe Biden Enters Crowded Democratic Field; Emmanuel Macron's Problems Detailed; Sources: North Korea Billed U.S. $2 Million for Warmbier's Care; Kremlin: First Putin-Kim Summit Was Constructive; China Redeveloping Former U.S. Base in Philippines. Aired 12-1a ET
• Terror in Sri Lanka; Cyclone Kenneth Hits Mozambique Weeks After Deadly Idai; Canada Floods; What North Korea Wanted; French President Promises Economic Changes; Spain Decides; Drive for Freedom; Biden Joins the Race; Saudi Arabia Executes 37 People, Crucifying One, For Terror-Related Crimes; Prime Minister: Some Of The Bombers Were Being Monitored; Prince William Visits Mosques Attacked By Gunman; Duterte Threatens Canada: Take Back Your Trash. Aired 2-3a ET
• Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein Defends Handling of Russia Probe; Christopher Wray: Russia Poses "Very Significant Counterintelligence Threat"; A Federal Judge Says a Coast Guard Lieutenant Accused of Terror Plot May Be Released Before His Trial. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• Measles Quarantine in California; Two Church Fires Investigated in Eastern Pennsylvania; Joe Biden Candidacy Video Reignites Charlottesville Controversy. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• U.S. Economy Grew 3.2 Percent in First Quarter, Smashing Expectations; Warren Makes Racial Inequality a Key Campaign Issue; Buttigieg Leapfrogs Warren, Harris in Recent Polls; Warren Says "I Don't Know Why Women Trailing in Polls; Trump Again Insults Mueller, Denies He Ordered Mueller Firing. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• Coast Guard Officer Accused of Terror Plot to be Freed; Biden Campaign Raises Over $6 Million in 24 Hours After Announcing Run; FBI to Meet with Florida Officials After Mueller Report Shows County Hacked During Election; Trump Backs Off Anti-Vaccine Claims as Hundreds Quarantined for Measles. Aired 2:30-3p ET
• Judge May Release Coast Guard Officer Accused of Terror Plot; Trump Leaves White House for NRA Convention in Indianapolis; Interview with Representative David Cicilline (D-RI) about White House Officials Ignoring Subpoenas. Aired 9:30-10a ET
• Joe Biden Tries To Convince Americans He Is The Right Person To Lead The Country; The U.S. Economy Shattering Expectations In The First Quarter. Aired: 2-2:30p ET
• Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein Defends Handling of Russia Probe; Christopher Wray: Russia Poses "Very Significant Counterintelligence Threat"; A Federal Judge Says a Coast Guard Lieutenant Accused of Terror Plot May Be Released Before His Trial. Aired 9-9:30a ET


April 25, 2019
• North Korea and Russia Strengthen Their Bond; Anger and Frustration Felt by Victims of Terrorism in Sri Lanka; Freedom Isn't Too Easy for Carlos Ghosn; Mozambique Bracing for Another Powerful Storm; One is Too Many for Londonderry to Bear; Catholic Services Halted In Sri Lankan Capital After Attacks; Kim And Putin Hold Their First Meeting In Vladivostok; Prosecutors Appeal Bail Decision For Ex- Nissan CEO; Mozambique Bracing For Another Dangerous Cyclone; Trump Vows We're Fighting All Subpoenas; 2020 Race For The White House; Iran Accuses U.S. Of Coercion Through Oil Sanctions; Macron's Unexpected Proposal; New Sexual Abuse Allegations Revealed; Avengers Endgame To Shatter Box Office Records; Keeping Kim On Track. Aired 3-4a ET
• Vladimir Putin and Kim Jong-un Hold First Summit; Carlos Ghosn Granted Bail in Japan Again; Sri Lankans Angry after Easter Sunday Attacks; Inside Russia's Plan to Crush Sudan Protests. Aired 12p-1a ET
• Trump Denies Order to Fire Mueller; Trump Fights Subpoenas; Sri Lanka Monitored Some of the Bombers; Illinois Parents Charged with Murder; Putin and Kim Discuss Denuclearization. Aired 9:30-10a ET
• Interview with Matthew Rosenberg; Alabama Police Under Review Following Violent Arrest Footage; "United Shades of America" Preview and Interview with Host. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• White House Strategy on Investigations: Just Say No; Macron May Propose Closing Civil Service College; Funeral for Slain Northern Irish Journalist Lyra McKee; Nature's Potential Key to Easing Climate Change. Aired 1-2a ET
• Bernie Sanders Booed After Name-Dropping MLK Jr.; Biden Asked Obama Not to Endorse, Should Win on Own Merits; Biden Launches Campaign, Takes Direct Aim at Trump; Inside Russia's Plan to Crush Sudan Protests. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• Former VP Joe Biden Becomes 20th Democrat to Join Race; FBI, IRS Execute Search Warrants at Baltimore Mayor's Residences; President Trump Claims He Never Told Don McGahn to Fire Robert Mueller; Joe Biden Enters Crowded Democratic Field for 2020 as Frontrunner; Barack Obama Says He Has No Plans Yet to Endorse Anybody. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• Biden Launches Campaign, Takes Direct Aim At Trump; Trump Insults Biden's Intelligence, Says Race Will Be "Nasty"; Biden To Give First Interview To "The View" Tomorrow; North Korea Presented U.S. With $2M Bill For Warmbier's Care; Judge Accused Of Helping Undocumented Immigrant Evade ICE. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• How Biden Fared in Pervious Presidential Bids; Powerful Firefighters Union Expected to Endorse Joe Biden; Bill Weld Only Republican to Challenge Trump for Presidency; Source: Lori Loughlin Maintains Innocence in College Scam. Aired 2:30-3p ET
• Former V.P. Joe Biden Announces Run For President, Becomes 20th Dec To Join Race; Biden: Eight Years Of Trump Will Alter This Nation And "I Cannot Stand By And Watch That Happen"; Trump Denies Telling Former White House Counsel McGahn To Fire Robert Mueller Despite Report's Findings; Police: More Than 70 Suspects Arrested Since Bombings; Pentagon I.G. Clears Acting Defense Secretary Shanahan Of Favoring Boeing; President Trump: We're Fighting All The Subpoenas; White House Says Stephen Miller Won't Testify On Immigration. Aired 10-10:30a ET
• Vladimir Putin And Kim Jong-un Pledge Stronger Ties In Vladivostok; Inside Russia's Plan To Crush Sudan Protests; Climate Activists Climb On Top Of London Trains; U.S. Measles Outbreak At Its Highest Since 2000. Aired 2-3a ET
• Joe Biden Announces Candidacy; Councilman Wes Bellamy (D-VA) Interviewed Regarding Joe Biden's Use of Charlottesville In Presidential Bid Video; White House Subpoena Battle With House Democrats Who Want McGahn To Testify. Aired 2-2:30p ET


April 24, 2019
• Too Late For Regrets; Kim Jong-un Meets His New Bromance; Woman Burned Alive for Refusing to Drop Charges; Protesters Wants Power to be Handed to Civilian Rule; Kim Jong-un Travels To Vladivostok To Meet Vladimir Putin; U.N., 272 Killed In Libya Fighting This Month; World's First Malaria Vaccine Going To African Children; Authorities Give New Details On Sri Lanka Bombings; Another Roadblock From Donald Trump; Jared Kushner Slams Mueller Investigations; Girl Born With No Hands Wins Handwriting Competition; Prince Memoir To Be Published In October. Aired 3-4a ET
• Funerals Begin in Sri Lanka as ISIS Claims Responsibility for Sunday's Attacks; Kushner Downplays Russian Interference in 2016 Election; Netanyahu to Name Golan Settlement for Trump; Riyadh Kills 37 Citizens for Terror Offenses; U.S. Threatens to Veto Resolution Helping Sex Violence Victims; Kim Jong-un, Putin to Meet in Russia; U.S. Ships in Mediterranean Send Message to Russia; Protestors Readying for Trump Visit to U.K. Aired 12p-1a ET
• At Least 359 People Killed In Easter Sunday Bombings; ISIS Claims Responsibility For Easter Bombings; Authorities Giving Update On Sri Lanka Attacks; Authorities Giving Update on Sri Lanka Attacks; Kim-Putin Meeting Raises Concern of Threat to U.S. Interests; "Jeopardy Contestant Keeps Winning with Aggressive Strategy. Aired 1- 2a ET
• Sri Lanka Investigates Possible ISIS Involvement In Easter Sunday; "New IRA" Apologizes For Journalist's Death; Boeing To Release First Quarter Earnings Wednesday; Trump To Make First State Visit To The U.K. In June; Funerals Begin in Sri Lanka as ISIS Claims Responsibility for Sunday's Attacks; White House May Try to Block McGahn Testimony. Aired 2-3a ET
• Sri Lanka Warned Before Attacks; Treasury Decision Coming May 6; Acting DHS Chief on Family Separations; California Drivers Plows into Pedestrians. Aired 9:30-10a ET
• Trump Tells Democrats He Would Go to Court if They Try to Impeach Him; White House Plans to Fight House Subpoena of Former Counsel Don McGahn from Testifying; Sri Lanka's President Asks for Resignations After Attacks; Mick Mulvaney Warned Kirstjen Nielsen Not to Tell Trump About Russian Interference in 2020 Election; White House Stonewalls House Investigations; IRS Misses Deadline, Fails to Turn Over Trump's Tax Returns. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• Trump Federal Reserve Board Nominee Under Fire Over Sexist Columns; Trump Stonewalls Congress Over Tax Returns; Parents Charged in Death of 5-Year-Old Boy. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• Pete Buttigieg's Firing of First South Bend Black Police Chief; Sri Lankan Bombing Investigation Updates; Bill Bar Statements on 1998 Special Counsel Uncovered. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• Kim Jong-un Arrives in Russia for Meeting with Putin; Iran Proposes Prisoner Exchange with U.S. Amid New Tensions; Execution Tonight for Ringleader in Dragging Death of James Byrd. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• Funerals Begin in Sri Lanka as ISIS Claims Responsibility for Sunday's Attacks; Kushner Downplays Russian Interference in 2016 Election; Netanyahu to Name Golan Settlement for Trump; Riyadh Kills 37 Citizens for Terror Offenses; U.S. Threatens to Veto Resolution Helping Sex Violence Victims; Kim Jong-un, Putin to Meet in Russia; U.S. Ships in Mediterranean Send Message to Russia; Protestors Readying for Trump Visit to U.K. Aired 12-1a ET
• Update On AJ Freund, A Missing Five-Year-Old Boy; Donald Trump Plans To Block All House Subpoenas Seeking More Information About Him; Chaos In Pennsylvania Republican Party. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• WSJ: Cohen In Recorded Phone Call Walks Back Parts Of Plea; Terror Group In Church And Hotel Attacks Well-Educated, Funded; Deutsche Bank Turns Over Some Trump's Financial Records To N.Y. Investigators; Rep. Steve King Compares Self To Jesus On White Supremacist Backlash; GOP Rep. Andy McKean Switching To Democrat Due To Trump's "Unacceptable Behavior"; FBI, Police Announcement On Case Of Missing Illinois Five-Year-Old Boy. Aired 2:30-3p ET
• President Trump Is At The Center Of New And Disturbing Reports; Rep. Andre Carson (D-IN) Interviewed Regarding Mulvaney Saying Reports On Russia Hacking Should Be Kept Below President Trump's Level. Aired: 10-10:30a ET


April 23, 2019
• Terror Threats Ignored Ahead of Easter Sunday Bombings; President Trump Worries Not the Mueller Report; Myanmar Supreme Court Rejects Journalists Appeal; Earthquake Struck Philippines; World Health Organization, 264 Killed In Surge Of Fighting In Libya; Terror in Sri Lanka; U.S. Democrats Split On Pursuing Trump Impeachment; U.S. Resident Sought For North Korean Embassy Raid; Russia-North Korea Relations; Heavy Flooding In Quebec. Aired 3-4a ET
• Sri Lanka Bombings were Retaliation; ISIS Claims Responsibility for Sri Lanka Attack; Sen. Mike Lee (R-UT) is Interviewed Mueller Findings and His New Book; Mom of Missing Boy Fights for Custody of Youngest Child. Aired 9:30-10a ET
• Island Nation Declares State Of Emergency; U.S. Official: Operative In Attacks May Have ISIS Ties; Officials Admit They Failed To Act On Warnings; House Panel Subpoenas Ex-White House Counsel; Democrats Split on Pursuing Trump Impeachment; Trump: Nobody Disobeys My Orders; Terror in Sri Lanka; Harry and Meghan Could Be Moving to Africa; Lil Dicky Creates Star-Studded Climate Change Song. Aired 1-2a ET
• House Subpoena Issued To Former White House Counsel Don McGahn; U.S. Wavers On Iran Oil Sanctions To Expire May 2; Nearly 3,000 Homes Flooded In Quebec; New Photos Of Prince Louis For First Birthday. Aired 2-3a ET
• Top Dems Tamp Down Impeachment Talk After Pelosi Pens Letter; House Judiciary Chair Subpoenas Former WH Counsel McGahn; ISIS Claims Responsibility For Deadly Attacks In Sri Lanka. Aired 10-10:30a ET
• Democratic Presidential Candidates Comment on Trump Impeachment; Supreme Court Considers Citizenship Question on Census; Father of Sri Lanka Bombing Victims Speaks Out; Biden Set to Announce Presidential Bid. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• Democratic Hopefuls Disagree Over Whether Felons Should Vote in Prison; Pete Buttigieg Moves Up in New Polls in New Hampshire with Sanders and Biden; ISIS Claims Responsibility for Deadly Attacks in Sri Lanka; Democrats Divided Over Impeachment of Trump; IRS Faces Another Deadline to Release Trump's Tax Returns; House Judiciary Chair Subpoenas Former White House Counsel Don McGahn; White House Tells Former Official to Ignore Subpoena Over Security Clearances. Aired 9- 9:30a ET
• Supreme Court Hearing Census Arguments Today; CNN Town Hall Recaps; Trump to Visit Buckingham Palace in June. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• Legal Expert Wary of Impeachment Now Says It Is Plausible; Democrats Debate Whether Prisoners Should Be Allowed to Vote; Militia Leader Claimed Group Trained to Kill Obama And Clinton; U.S. Successfully Gets "Sexual Health" References Removed from UN Resolution on Rape as Weapon War. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• Official: Suspect Gave Warning Before Hotel, Church Attacks In Sri Lanka; U.S. Ambassador To Sri Lanka Denies U.S. Gave Warning Of Attack; Trump Orders All Administration Officials To Boycott Correspondents' Dinner; Impeachment Divides Democrat Presidential Candidates; Grand Rapids To Make It Illegal To Call 911 On People Living While Black. Aired 2:30-3p ET
• Joe Biden Is Set To Make His Third White House Bid Official This Thursday; House Democrats Say They May Hold Former White House Aide In Contempt For Ignoring Subpoena; More Heartbreak Out Of Sri Lanka Today. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• Sri Lankan Officials Failed to Act on Bomb Warnings; U.S. Waivers on Iran Oil Sanctions to Expire May 2; Democrats Split on Trump Impeachment; Political Newcomer to Become Ukrainian President. Aired 12p-1a ET


April 22, 2019
• Terror Attacks Claimed 290 Lives in Sri Lanka; Democrats Discuss What's Next After the Mueller Report; World Headlines; Terror in Sri Lanka; Ukraine Election; Deadly Flooding in Quebec. Aired 3-4a ET
• Rep. Mary Gay Scanlon (D-PA) is Interviewed about Impeachment; Trump and Sons Sue Congress; Police Search for Missing Illinois Boy; Biden to Enter 2020 Race. Aired 9:30-10a ET
• Terror in Sri Lanka; Ukraine Election. Aired 12p-1a ET
• At Least 290 People Killed In Easter Sunday Bombings; Source: Intel Memo Warned Of Potential Suicide Attack; Exit Polls: Zelensky Wins Presidential Vote By A Landslide; Ukrainian President Concedes After Landslide Defeat; Words of Comfort For Sri Lanka; Pope Francis Mourns Victims of Easter Bomb Attacks; Congressional Democrats Not Ruling Out Impeachment; Fukushima Soccer Facility Reopens. Aired 1-2a ET
• Volodymyr Zelensky, A New Direction for Ukraine; Sudan Severing Contact with the Transitional Military Council; Eleven Soldiers Were Killed in Central Mali; Impeachment Not Off the Table; Final Day of a National Referendum Vote in Egypt. Aired 2-3a ET
• How Will Democrats Respond to Mueller Report?; Elizabeth Warren Proposes Elimination of Student Debt; Terror in Sri Lanka. Aired 3- 3:30p ET
• Unauthorized Militia Group Apprehending Immigrants; Supreme Court to Hear Case Challenging LGBTQ Rights; Interview with Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-MA). Aired 10:30-11a ET
• Democratic Presidential Field Becomes Largest in History; Calls for Florida Deputy to Be Fired After Slams Teen's Head on Ground; EX- GOP Lawmaker Says Mueller Report Shows Trump is Unethical, Unpatriotic; Search Underway & Missing Boy's Mother Is "Uncooperative"; Nearly 300 Killed, 500-Plus Hurt in Church & Hotel Bombings in Sri Lanka. Aired 2:30-3p ET
• Coordinated Bombings In Sri Lanka; President Trump, His Sons And The Trump Organization Now Suing House Democrats; Democratic Field For President Is The Largest In History. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• President Trump Just Pulled Herman Cain Out Of The Running To Join The Federal Reserve; Comedian Who Once Played A President On TV Will Now Be The Leader Of Ukraine, Prince Harry And Meghan Markle Are Expecting Their First Child Any Day Now. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• Sri Lanka Government Suspects International Terrorists behind Attacks; Democrats Hold Call on Mueller Report; Rep. Mary Gay Scanlon (D-PA) is Interviewed about the Mueller Report. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• Update on Sri Lanka Bombings; Sri Lanka Blocks Social Media; Colorado Man Killed in Sri Lankan Attack; Trump and Sons Sue Congress; Armed Militia Detains Migrants. Aired 10-10:30a ET


April 21, 2019
• Multiple Explosions Hit Sri Lanka Churches and Hotels; Yellow Vest Protesters Clash with Police in Paris; The Effects of the Russia Probe. Aired 3-3:30a ET
• Multiple Explosions Hit Sri Lanka Churches and Hotels; The Effects of the Russia Probe; FBI Arrests Militia Member Who Allegedly Detained Migrants; Pope Francis Gives Traditional Easter Address; Democratic Presidential Candidates Weigh In; Doctors Develop Cure for "Bubble Boy" Disease. Aired 4-5a ET
• Multiple Explosions Hit Sri Lanka Churches and Hotels; France to Celebrate Easter after Notre Dame Fire; Trump Blasts Russia Probe with Tweet of Lies; Russian Back Channels to Trump Team; Ukrainian Presidential Candidates Debate; The Effects of the Russia Probe; Teenagers Arrested in Journalist Killing. Aired 5-6a ET
• Easter Massacre In Sri Lanka; Ukraine President Petro Poroshenko Conceded Defeat; Rudy Giuliani Says There's Nothing Wrong With Getting Information From Russians; House Speaker Nancy Pelosi Is Planning A Crucial Meeting Tomorrow. Aired 2-3p ET
• Explosions in Sri Lanka; Giuliani Says Nothing Wrong with Taking Info From Russia; Pelosi Plans to Meet with Democrats on Monday on Trump's Impeachment; Rep. Jamie Raskin (D-MD) is Interviewed about Trump's Possible Impeachment; Democratic Presidential Candidates Divided on Impeachment; Woman Killed in Axe Attack in Brooklyn; Elie Honig Answers Questions on the Mueller Report; Easter Sunday in Paris after Notre Dame Fire. Aired 5-6p ET
• Eight Bombings In Sri Lanka; President's Lawyer Today Slamming The Special Counsel's Findings In His Report; Democrats Are Split On This Impeachment Question. Aired 6-7p ET
• Churches Attacked During Easter Services in Sri Lanka; Parisians Pray for Swift Restoration of Notre Dame; Dems Plan Monday Conference Call on Mueller Report Implications. Aired 7-8p ET
• Coordinated Easter Attacks in Sri Lanka; Nancy Pelosi Planning an Important Meeting; NYPD Have Arrested Jerry Brown; UCLA's Katelyn Ohashi Owning the Floor; CNN Heroes. Aired 4-5p ET
• Mueller Report Exposes Sarah Sanders' Trouble with Truth; Sarah Sanders Admits She Lied to the Press Corps; Prince Harry Attends Easter Service without Pregnant Wife. Aired 8-9p ET
• 200+ Dead in Bombings Targeting Churches and Hotels in Sri Lanka; Giuliani: "Nothing Wrong with Taking Information from Russians; Trump Rants about Report Before Attending Easter Sunday Service; Possible Impeachment Efforts Discussed; Militia Member Arrested Near Mexico Border; Pope's Easter Message Detailed. Aired 3-4p ET


April 20, 2019
• Mueller Report Gives Dems a New Road Map; Sarah Sanders on Defense after Lying; Judiciary Chairman Subpoenas Unredacted Report; Police Appeal for Info in Journalist's Murder; Ukrainian Presidential Candidates Debate; Emma Thompson Joins Demonstrators in London. Aired 3-3:30a ET
• Arrests Made in Journalist Lyra McKee's Murder; Mueller Report Gives Dems a New Road Map; Sarah Sanders on Defense after Lying; Yellow Vests' Concern over Notre Dame Donations; Judiciary Chairman Subpoenas Unredacted Report; Ukrainian Presidential Candidates Debate; Celebrating Holy Week. Aired 4-5a ET
• Antigovernment Protestors Set Fires in Streets of Paris; Presidential Candidate Elizabeth Warren Calls for Impeachment Proceeding against President Trump; Couple Accused of Torturing Their Children Sentenced to Prison; Researcher Examines Legacy of Columbine School Shooting 20 Years Later; Militia Detains Illegal Immigrants without Legal Authority; North Korean Officials Call for Mike Pompeo to be Removed from Denuclearization Negotiations. Aired 10-11a ET
• Arrests Made in Journalist Lyra McKee's Murder; Mueller Report Gives Dems a New Road Map; Political Costs of Seeking Impeachment; Yellow Vests' Concern over Notre Dame Donations; Columbine 20 Years Later; Judiciary Chairman Subpoenas Unredacted Report; Egypt Referendum; Emma Thompson Joins Demonstrators in London. Aired 5-6a ET
• House Democrats Issue Subpoena to Justice Department for Unredacted Mueller Report; President Trump Criticizes Release of Mueller Report; Analysts Examine Whether House Democrats Should Begin Impeachment Proceedings; Attorney General Bill Barr's Press Conference Ahead of Mueller Report Release Draws Criticism; Antigovernment Protestors Set Fires in Streets of Paris; Former Vice President Joe Biden to Announce 2020 Presidential Run; Grain in Bolivia Believed to Increase Health. Aired 2-3p ET
• Police Clash with Protesters in Streets of Paris. Top Democrat Issues Subpoena for Full Mueller Report; Multiple Dem House Committees Targeting Trump's Finances; Report Calls Russian Interference "Sweeping, Systemic"; Race for the White House; Joe Biden to Announce 2020 Run Next Week; Parents Sentenced for Torturing and Holding Kids Captive. Aired 11a-12p ET
• Officials: Militia Group Detaining Migrants in New Mexico; Trump Lashed Out at McGahn for Taking Notes in Meetings; Officials: 5th Grader Died of Natural Causes, Fight not a Factor. Aired 1-2p ET
• House Democrats Are Making Moves To See The Full Report With Nothing Blacked Out As Well As All The Underlying Evidence; President Donald Trump Lashed Out Again At Enemies; Don McGahn, The Former White House Counsel, Helped Save Donald Trump's Presidency By Refusing To Fire The Special Counsel. Aired 4-5p ET
• Trump At Mar-A-Lago For Holiday; Ted Malloch Talked To Investigators; Mueller's Report. Aired 5-6p ET
• Mueller Report Controversy Continues; Topeka Zookeeper Mauled by Tiger. Aired 12-1p ET
• FBI Arrests 69-Year-Old Member Of Armed Militia Detaining Migrants; Turpins Who Tortured, Starved, Children Sentenced To Life; Bolivia's Healthy Heart Formula: Food, Altitude, Sustenance Living; Zookeeper Recovering After Being Attacked By Tiger. Aired 8-9p ET
• How Do People Feel About the Mueller Report? Protests in Paris. Aired 3-4p ET


April 19, 2019
• Rep. Jamie Raskin (D-MD) Interviewed Regarding Subpoena for Mueller Report; Influence of Mueller Report on 2020; Mueller Report on Russian Election Interference. Aired 9:30-10a ET
• Mueller Report "Does Not Exonerate Trump And Is Unable To Conclude That No Obstruction Took Place; Mueller Report: Then-White House Counsel McGahn Refused President Trump's Order To Fire Special Counsel; Rep. Al Green Ratchets Up Calls For Impeachment; Mueller On Obstruction: "Unable To Conclude That No Criminal Conduct Occurred; Mueller: Probe 'Uncovered Evidence Of Numerous Links"; Sarah Sanders Admitted To Mueller Her Public Comments About FBI Weren't Based in Fact; The Mueller Report. Aired 1-2a ET
• Continued Discussion of Mueller Report; Stunning Number of Trump Lies Exposed By Mueller Report. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• Top Judiciary Democrat Issues Subpoena for Full Mueller Report Today; Trump Slams the Mueller Report; Aired 9-9:30a ET
• Interview with Rep. Chris Stewart (D-UT); Robert Mueller's Decisiveness More Evident in Mueller Report Than Barr Summary; Interview with Sen. Ben Cardin (D-MD). Aired 10:30-11a ET
• Julian Castro (D) Presidential Candidate Discusses the Mueller Report, Trump Misbehavior in Office, Possible Impeachment, Presidential Race; Calls for Sarah Sanders to Resign after Mueller Report Shows She Lied to Public on Comey Firing; Mueller Report Shows Bar for Trump's Conduct So Low It's Brushed Aside as Meaningless. Aired 2:30-3p ET
• Top Judiciary Democrat Issues Subpoena For Full Mueller Report; Sarah Sanders Digs In Despite Admitting In Mueller Report She Lied About FBI Reaction To Comey Firing. Aired 10-10:30a ET
• No Conspiracy Between The Trump Campaign And Russian Interference In The 2016 Election; Rep. Sheila Jackson Lee (D-TX) Interviewed Regarding the Release of The Redacted Mueller Report; Redacted Mueller Report Doesn't Clear Trump of Obstruction. Aired 12- 1a ET
• Mueller Report "Does Not Exonerate" Trump And Is Unable To Conclude That No Obstruction Took Place; CNN Estimate: More Than 36 Pages Worth Of The 449-Page Mueller Report Is Redacted; Mueller Found Evidence Of Other Crimes And Referred 12 Investigations To Other Prosecutors, 12 Of Them Secret; Kremlin Spokesman: Mueller Report Of No Real Interest To Russia; Mueller On Obstruction: "Unable To conclude That No Criminal Conduct Occurred; Mueller: Trump Stated More Than 30 Times In His Written Responses That He Doesn't "Recall" Or "Remember"; Mueller Report: Trump Campaign "Expected" To Benefit From Russian's Illegal Action To Influence Election. Aired 2-3a ET
• Interview with Representative Denny Heck (D-WA) about the Mueller Report; Outgoing French Ambassador to the U.S. Slams Trump; Sarah Sanders Admitted Lying about FBI Contacts; What Russia Could Be Learning From the Mueller Report. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• Nadler Says Mueller Gave Lawmakers A Road Map That He Intends To Follow; Some Democrats Are Now Saying It's Time For Attorney General William Barr To Go. Aired: 2-2:30p ET


April 18, 2019
• 340 Climate Change Demonstrators Arrested in London Since Monday; Unseasonal Storms Leave Damage, Deaths in India; FOX News in the Doghouse with Trump. Aired 12p-1a ET
• Kim Jong-un Sends a Message to U.S.; Tensions Running High Over the Mueller Report; Experts Check Notre Dame's Stability; Protesters Go Wild in London; Dozens In India Perish In Powerful Storms; Barr News Conference Before Congress Receives Report; Investigators Speak To Workers About Notre Dame Fire; North Korea Demands Replacement Of Pompeo For U.S. Talks; Counting Underway In Biggest Single Day Election; Peru's Former President Dies Of Self-Inflicted Gunshot; Medical Breakthrough For bubble Boy Disease; Flummoxed By Fox News; Uncanny Canines. Aired 3-4a ET
• Barr to Speak on Mueller Report; Bill Barr's Press Conference. Aired 9:30-10a ET
• Hours Away From Public Release Of Redacted Version; State News: N. Korea Test-Fires Tactical Guided Weapon; Chaplain Hailed As Hero For Saving Relics; Sudan Protests Continue With Demand For Civilian Rule; Peru's Former President Dies Of Self-Inflicted Gunshot; 340 Demonstrators Arrested in London since Monday; Counting underway in Biggest Single Day Election; Police: Woman Infatuated with Columbine Found Dead; Dozens of Doctors Charged with Illegally Prescribing Opioids for Cash, Sex. Aired 1-2a ET
• Analyzing the Mueller Report. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• Discussion of Mueller Report. Aired 3:30p-4p ET
• Bill Barr's Emphasis of Trump's Emotional Duress Does Not Absolve Him from Obstruction Intent; Barr's Report Shared with Both White House Counsel and Trump's Outside Attorneys; Barr Will Not Release Grand Jury Content of Mueller Report to Congress. Aired 10:30- 11a ET
• The Release Of the Redacted Report Is Imminent. Aired 10-10:30a ET
• Release of Redacted Mueller Report is Imminent; Attorney General Bill Barr Set to Release Redacted Mueller Report. Aired 9- 9:30a ET
• Mueller on Obstruction: Unable to Conclude that "No Criminal conduct Occurred"; Mueller Report Outlines Trump's Reaction to Appointment of Special Counsel; Rep. Jerry Nadler (D-NY) Holds News Conference on Mueller Investigation, Democrat Investigations; Is it a Winning Strategy for Democrats to Investigate Trump on Abuse of Power Prior to 2020 Elections. Aired 2:30-3p ET
• Special Counsel's Very Long-Awaited Report On Election Interference By Russia And Related Activities By The Trump Campaign And The President Finally On Public Display. Aired: 2-2:30p ET
• Release of Mueller Report Ecpected; AG William Barr to Hold Press Conference Regarding Release; North Korea Says It Test-Fired New Tactical Guided Weapon; Latest on Notre Dame Fire. Aired 2-3a ET
• 340 Climate Change Demonstrators Arrested in London Since Monday; Unseasonal Storms Leave Damage, Deaths in India; FOX News in the Doghouse with Trump. Aired 12-1a ET


April 17, 2019
• BTS, World's Biggest Boy Band, Breaks YouTube Record; 3-D- Printed Heart Made Using Human Patient's Cells; French President Wants Notre Dame Rebuilt in Five Years; Interview with Jean-Claude Trichet, Former Bank of France Governor, on Cathedral Rebuilding Pledges; CNN Uncovers Venezuela's Multibillion Dollar Drug Trade; White House Officials Anxious over Mueller Report; Indonesia Votes. Aired 12p-1a ET
• President Emmanuel Macron Promised Reconstruction of Notre Dame in Five Years; President Trump Keeps in Mind He's Been Exonerated; Grudge Felt by the Bereaved Family of a U.S. Soldier; Trump Vetoes Resolution To End Involvement In Yemen; Investigators Doubt Notre Dame Fires Was Intentional; Fundraising Pledges By Companies And Individuals; Vote Counting In World's Largest Single-Day Election; Investigating The Rohingya Tragedy; Michelle Obama's Controversial Comments; Dog Found Lost At Sea And Heads Toward An Oil Rig. Aired 3- 4a ET
• Macron Wants Cathedral Rebuilt Within Five Years; Nearly A Billion Dollars Pledged For Rebuilding; Millions Cast Ballots In World's Biggest Presidential Election; Financial Reports Show Top Democrat Fundraisers; Mounting Expectations Biden To Run; France Vows to Rebuild after Fire Engulfs Paris Icon; Husband of U.S. Soldier Killed in Combat Deported; World's Biggest Boy Band BTS Breaks YouTube Record. Aired 1-2a ET
• French President Wants Notre Dame Rebuilt in Five Years; Billions Pledged for Cathedral Rebuilding; CNN Uncovers Venezuela's Multibillion Dollar Drug Trade; White House Officials Anxious over Mueller Report; Indonesia's Biggest Election Under Way As 193 Million March To Polls; William Barr's History Of Controversial Summaries; Meteorites Causing Bursts Of Water From Moon; 3D-Printed Heart Made Using Human Patient's Cells. Aired 2-3a ET
• No Workers at Notre Dame when Fire Started; Asylum Seekers Could be Held Indefinitely; North Korea Holds Drills; Defamation Lawsuit Brought Against Dershowitz. Aired 9:30-10a ET
• Chicago's Top Prosecutor Frustrated in Jussie Smollett Case; Details of Notre Dame Fire Response; Interview with Rep. Ro Khanna (D- CA). Aired 10:30-11a ET
• Redacted Mueller Report Set For Release Tomorrow; Prosecutors Intend to Release Videos in Robert Kraft Case; Woman Sought For Columbine Threat Dead in Apparent Suicide. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• Lori Loughlin's Backlash For Pleading Not Guilty; The Trump Administration Doubles Down on Its Do Nothing Defense Tactic When It Comes To Requests For Information From Congress. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• Manhunt For Woman Linked to Colorado School Threats; Current And Ex-White House Aides Dreading Mueller Report Release; Mayor Pete Buttigieg (D) Presidential Candidate Faces Down Anti-Gay Chants At Iowa Rally. Aired 10-10:30a ET
• Democrats Preparing to Subpoena DOJ for Full Mueller Report; France Launches Contest to Rebuild Notre Dame's Spire; China Economy Grows By More Than Expected in First Quarter. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• 20 Years after Massacre, Columbine & Parkland Survivors Meet; Trump, the Armchair, Expert-on-Everything President; Trump Considers Hiring FOX's Monica Crowley for Treasury Spokesperson; Ex-Trump Official: Lesson of Mueller Report is "Don't Cooperate". Aired 2:30-3p ET
• BTS, World's Biggest Boy Band, Breaks YouTube Record; 3-D- Printed Heart Made Using Human Patient's Cells; French President Wants Notre Dame Rebuilt in Five Years; Interview with Jean-Claude Trichet, Former Bank of France Governor, on Cathedral Rebuilding Pledges; CNN Uncovers Venezuela's Multibillion Dollar Drug Trade; White House Officials Anxious over Mueller Report; Indonesia Votes. Aired 12-1a ET
• Woman Wanted for Columbine Threat Found Dead; Prosecutors Say They Intend To Release The Videos Involved In Robert Kraft Case. Aired 2-2:30p ET


April 16, 2019
• Parisians Are Heartbroken After the Notre Dame Fires; French President Emmanuel Macron Promised to Rebuild the Church; Redacted Version of the Mueller Report Just Days Away to Congress; Reuters' Reporters Won Pulitzer Prize; Breaking News On Fire Ravages Notre Dame Cathedral In Paris. Aired 3-4a ET
• Fire Ravages Notre Dame Cathedral in Paris; Interview with Kobi Karp, American Institute of Architects, on Notre Dame's History; Massive Fire Damages Notre Dame Cathedral. Aired 12p-1a ET
• Some Vulnerabilities Detected In Notre Dame's Structure; Redacted Version Of The Mueller Report To Be Released Thursday. Aired 10-10:30a ET
• Notre Dame Cathedral Burning; Sudanese Demonstrators Vow to Keep Protesting Military Leaders; Redacted Mueller Report to be Released Friday; Fire Ravages Notre Dame Cathedral In Paris. Aired 1- 2a ET
• Macron to Speak with Pope Francis About Notre Dame Fire; Firefighters Extinguish Notre Dame Flames After 9 Hours; House Committees Subpoena Banks Over Trump's Finances. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• Trump's Legal Team Fights Probes; White House Downplays Mueller Report; Buttigieg's Message for Democrats; U.S. Deports Husband of Soldier Killed in Afghanistan; Man Unknowingly Infects 38 People with Measles in Michigan. Aired 9:30-10a ET
• Interview With Rep. Brad Sherman (D-CA); Bernie Sanders Releases Tax Returns; French President Vows to Rebuild Notre Dame Cathedral. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• Fire Ravages Notre Dame Cathedral in Paris; Interview with Kobi Karp, American Institute of Architects, on Notre Dame's History; Massive Fire Damages Notre Dame Cathedral. Aired 12-1a ET
• Paris' Notre Dame Cathedral Saved, Preserved After Massive Fire; Fire Ravages Notre Dame Cathedral In Paris. Aired 2-3a ET
• France Vows To Rebuild The Fame Notre Dame Cathedral; Michelle Obama Is Taking A Swipe At President Trump And Also Divorced Dads; Prosecutors Want Actress Felicity Huffman To Serve Behind Bars In That College Admission Scandal. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• 2020 Presidential Candidates Fan out Across the Country; Interview with Anthony Scaramucci; 2015 Comments by Larry Kudlow and Stephen Moore Uncovered. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• French President Addresses Nation After Notre Dame Fire; Priceless Artifacts From The Cathedral Are On Their Way To The Louvre; Democratic Candidates Raised About $75 Million So Far In Their Race To Unseat Donald Trump. Aired: 2-2:30p ET
• Significance of Q-1 Fundraising for Campaigns at this Point; Buttigieg Addresses Lack of Diversity Among His Supporters; ICE Deports Husband of U.S. Soldier Killed in Afghanistan; 1989 Report Raising Questions about Barr's Muller Redactions; Democrats Subpoena Banks, Accountant for Trump's Financial Records; White House Rejects Democrats Document Request on Refusal of AT&T/Time Warner Merger; Congressional Black Caucus: Trump Putting Rep. Ilhan Omar's Life at Risk. Aired 2:30-3p ET


April 15, 2019
• Tiger Woods Comeback to Victory; Bill Barr to Release Redacted Version of the Mueller Report; U.S. Warns Maduro Regime; Sudan Celebrates Al-Bashir's Fall from Power; Another Candidate Added to Crowded Democrat Contenders; Tiger Woods Rising Again; Three Red Cross Staff Abducted in Syria; Storm Battered Southern U.S.; Game of Thrones Final Episode Now Showing. Aired 3-4a ET
• Tiger Woods Wins First Major Since 2008; Pete Buttegieg (D-IN) Officially Announces his Candidacy for the Presidency in 2020; Democrats Responds to Criticisms on Rep. Ilhan Omar (D-MN); Rep. Eric Swalwell (D-CA) Officially Announces 2020 Presidential Campaign. Aired 5-6p ET
• Tiger Triumphs at Masters; Saudi Arabia among Arab States Backing Sudanese Military Government; Barr to Release Redacted Mueller Report This Week; Trump and Dems Arguing over Asylum; Red Cross Searching for Three Kidnapped Staff; Severe Storm Leaves Damage, Deaths in Southeastern U.S.; Prince Harry, Meghan Markle Not Following Traditions for Royals Expecting Baby. Aired 12p-1a ET
• Tiger Woods' Epic Comeback; Robert Mueller's Russia Investigation Report; Game of Thrones Finale; Widespread Damage Across the Southeastern United States; Mike Pompeo Calling Out Nicolas Maduro; Mayor Pete Buttigieg Jumping Into Presidential Race. Aired 2- 3a ET
• Tiger Triumphs At Masters; First Major Win Since 2008; Protesters Demand Military Hand Power To Civilian Govt; U.S. States Secretary Visits Venezuela-Columbia Border; Maduro Seeks To Expand Civilian Militia; Red Cross Appealing For Information On Three Members Abducted In Syria In 2013. Aired 1-2a ET
• Washington Braces for the Release of the Redacted Mueller Report; Democrats Give IRS April 23rd Deadline to Turn Over Trump Taxes. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• Powerful Storms Ripped Across the South; Tax Day Winners and Losers; Rep. Katie Porter (D-CA) Talks about Migrants Moving to Sanctuary Cities; Woods Wins Masters. Aired 9:30-10a ET
• Donald Trump First Quarter Fundraising; Trump Tax Code Benefits Red States But Not Blue; Second Military Leader Deposed in Sudan. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• Flames Engulf Notre Dame Cathedral in Paris. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• Washington Braces For Release Of Redacted Mueller Report; Rep. Ilhan Omar (D-MN) Says She Has Experienced Increase In Death Threats; White House Says Congress Is Not Smart Enough To Examine Trump's Taxes; Sen. Bernie Sanders (D-VT) Is Expected To Release Tax Returns Today. Aired 10-10:30a ET
• Tiger Triumphs at Masters; Saudi Arabia among Arab States Backing Sudanese Military Government; Barr to Release Redacted Mueller Report This Week; Trump and Dems Arguing over Asylum; Red Cross Searching for Three Kidnapped Staff; Severe Storm Leaves Damage, Deaths in Southeastern U.S.; Prince Harry, Meghan Markle Not Following Traditions for Royals Expecting Baby. Aired 12-1a ET
• Flames Engulf Notre Dame Cathedral in Paris; 400 Firefighters On Scene to Cease Destructive Fire. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• Fire Engulfs Notre Dame Cathedral In France Just After Palm Sunday. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• Fire Engulfs Notre Dame Cathedral in Paris as Huge Crowds Gather in Shock. Aired 2:30-3p ET


April 14, 2019
• Sudanese Military Leader Vows to Uproot Regime; Trump Tax Returns; Pompeo Blames Maduro for Venezuelan Crisis; Inside Assange's World; "Crying Girl" Picture near U.S. Border Wins World Press Photo of the Year; Fans Go Crazy when BTS Performs on "SNL". Aired 3-3:30a ET
• Trump Tweets He Is Considering Sanctuary Cities Policy; Trump Tax Returns; Sudanese Military Leader Vows to Uproot Regime; Pompeo Blames Maduro for Venezuelan Crisis; Netanyahu to Meet with Winning Parties; Repairing the Democratic Blue Wall; Tiger Woods Seeks Victory at the Masters; Countdown to the Finale of "Game of Thrones";" Fans Go Crazy when BTS Performs on "SNL". Aired 4-5a ET
• South Bend Mayor Pete Buttigieg Is Expected To Formally Enter The 2020 Race; Deadly Storm System Sweeping Across The Southern U.S.; The Release Of The Mueller Report Happening At Any Day Now; Tiger Woods Is Donning The Green Jacket Once Again; President Trump Remaining Defiant Over His Threat To Release Undocumented Immigrants Into Sanctuary Cities; New York Governor Andrew Cuomo Is Suing Trump Along With Three Other Blue States; Thousands Of People Protesting In Sudan. Aired 2-3p ET
• Trump Tax Returns; Trump Tweets He Is Considering Sanctuary Cities Policy; Netanyahu to Meet with Winning Parties; Ivanka Wasn't Prepared for White House Scrutiny; "Mayor Pete" Hopes to Become President; Cory Booker Kicks Off Nationwide Tour; Inside Assange's World; Countdown to the Finale of "Game of Thrones". Aired 5-6a ET
• Tiger Woods Wins 5th Masters First Since 2005; Pete Buttigieg Officially Announcing Presidential Campaign. Aired 3-4p ET
• Washington Braces for the Release of the Mueller Report; White House's New Spin on Mueller Report and Trump's Tax Returns; The Attorney General's History of Controversy. Aired 8-9p ET
• Tiger Woods Wins First Major Since 2008; Pete Buttegieg (D-IN) Officially Announces his Candidacy for the Presidency in 2020; Democrats Responds to Criticisms on Rep. Ilhan Omar (D-MN); Rep. Eric Swalwell (D-CA) Officially Announces 2020 Presidential Campaign. Aired 5-6p ET
• Pete Buttigieg Announces His Run for President; Donald Trump Remaining Reluctant; Final Episode of Tricky Dick; CNN Heroes; Tiger Woods Wins First Masters Since 2005; Sarah Sanders Says Congress Not Smart Enough to Review Trump Taxes. Aired 4-5p ET


April 13, 2019
• House Ways and Means Committee Continues to Request President Trump's Tax Returns from IRS; President Trump Announces Administration is Considering Policy of Transporting Detained Immigrants Awaiting Hearing to Sanctuary Cities; President Trump Announces Possible Third Summit with North Korean Leader Kim Jong-un; President Trump Tweets Controversial Images of Ilhan Omar and 9/11 Attacks; Tiger Woods in Contention at Masters. Aired 10-11a ET
• North Korea's Kim Jong-un "Open" to Third Summit; Trump Told Top Border Official He'd Pardon Him if He Went to Jail for Denying Entry to Asylum Seekers; Pompeo Backs Up Trump Decision to Cut Central American Aid; WikiLeaks Founder in Custody, Faces Extradition to U.S.; Protests Continue in Sudan after President Ousted; "Game of Thrones" Brace for Series Conclusion. Aired 3-3:30a ET
• President Trump's Immigration Policies under Fire; North Korea's Kim Jong-un "Open" to Third Summit; Campaign 2020, an Intersection of Faith, Lifestyle and Politics; U.S. policy Barring Transgender Recruits Goes into Effect; WikiLeaks Founder in Custody, Faces Extradition to U.S.; Suspect Charged with Setting Fires to Louisiana Churches; Officer Makes Sure Bullied Boy Has a Happy Birthday. Aired 4-5a ET
• Trump Told Top Border Official He'd Pardon Him if He Went to Jail for Denying Entry to Asylum Seekers; Pompeo Backs Up Trump Decision to Cut Central American Aid; North Korea's Kim Jong-un "Open" to Third Summit; WikiLeaks Founder in Custody, Faces Extradition to U.S.; U.S. policy Barring Transgender Recruits Goes into Effect; President Trump's Immigration Policies under Fire; Protests Continue in Sudan after President Ousted; First Trailer Materializes for "Star Wars Episode IX"; "Game of Thrones" Brace for Series Conclusion. Aired 5-6a ET
• Senator Cory Booker Delivers Presidential Campaign Speech in New Jersey; Tornadoes Hit Parts of Texas and Other Southern States; Atlanta Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms (D) is Interviewed about Trump Administration's Possible Policy of Transporting Detained Immigrants Awaiting Hearings to Sanctuary Cities; "Vogue" Editor Anna Wintour Explains Choosing which First Ladies to Feature on Magazine Cover; President Trump Tweets Controversial Images of Ilhan Omar and 9/11 Attacks. Aired 2-3p ET
• 40 Million at Risk of Tornadoes, Large Hair, Damaging Winds; Pelosi Slams Trump for Provocative 9/11 Tweet about Rep. Omar; Trump Mulls Dumping Detained Immigrants into Sanctuary Cities as Shanahan to Send More Troops to Border; Tornado Touched Down in Texas; Trump & Kim Jong-Un Open to 3rd Nuclear Summit; Lori Loughlin & Husband "Not Ready" for Plea Deal in College Admission Scandal; Cory Booker Kicks Off Presidential Campaign at Rally in Newark. Aired 1-2p ET
• Trump Tax Returns Demand Latest; Trump Mulls Dumping Detained Immigrants into Sanctuary Cities; Democrats Defend Rep. Omar, Rip Trump Over 9/11 Controversy; Cory Booker Hosts Hometown Kickoff Campaign Rally in Newark; Ex-Pop Benedict Blames 1960s and Liberals for Pedophile Priests; Ex-Pope Benedict Blames the 1960s and Liberals for Pedophile Priests; Senators Push Bipartisan Bills Protecting Native American Women; Trump's DHS Purge Raises Alarms About Homeland Security; Tiger Woods in the Hunt Heading Into Third Round; Million At Risk of Tornadoes, Large Hail, and Damaging Winds. Aired 12-1p ET
• Report: Multiple Injuries in "Extremely Dangerous" Tornadoes in Texas; Officials: Trump Told CBP Chief He's Pardon Him if He Broke Immigration Law; Trump Mulls Dumping Detained Immigrants into Sanctuary Cities; Rep. Ilhan Omar Responds to Trump's Provocative Tweet on Her 9/11 Comment; Hillary Clinton on Mueller Report: Mueller Considers His Job Is to Protect Trump; Mnuchin: Democrat Deadline for Trump's Tax Returns "Arbitrary"; Pete Buttigieg Gaining Ground in Iowa & New Hampshire Polls; Lori Loughlin & Husband "Not Ready" to Enter Plea Deal in College Scandal; Trump's Tax Code a Weapon Against Blue States. Aired 3-4p ET
• Pete Buttigieg Gaining Ground in Iowa & New Hampshire Polls; Buttigieg/Pence Feud Over Faith & Gay Marriage Gets Personal; Andrew Yang Wants to Use Holograms to Reach Voters in Different Places at Same Time; Amazon Admits It Pays People to Listen to You Through Alexa; Prince Harry & Meghan Markle Breaking Tradition with Birth of 1st Child; Two New Fronts In President Donald Trump's Border Battle; New Jersey Senator Cory Booker Is Trying To Ramp-Up His Presidential Campaign With A Nationwide Tour; Sanders Says Monday Is The Day Ten Years Of Tax Returns Will Be Released. Aired 4-5p ET
• House Dems Give Ultimatum over Trump's Tax Returns; Pelosi Slams President for Provocative 9/11 Tweet about Rep. Omar; Man Arrested for Allegedly Throwing or Pushing Child off Third Floor; Roger Stone Demands to See Special Counsel Report. Son Helps Solve Own Mother's Murder Mystery; Chasing Life. Aired 11a-12p ET
• Trump & Barr Allege "Spying" of 2016 Trump Campaign; Sanders Holds Rally Amid Questions of His Millionaire Status; Son Helps Solve Own Mother's Murder Mystery; New Policy Banning Transgenders from Joining U.S. Military Starts Friday; Mayor Jesse Arreguin (D) Interviewed About Immigration; Who Is Running Department Of Homeland Security; Trump Dangled Pardon For McAleenan; Rep. Omar Of Minnesota Speaks On Muslims; Mnuchin Won't Commit To Deadline; Trump And Barr Speak Of Alleged Spying. Aired 5-6p ET
• 4.7 Million Rock 'n Play Sleepers Recalled; Ivanka's Struggle As Her Dad's "Baby"; Police: Child Thrown From Third Floor at Mall of America. Aired 8-9p ET


April 12, 2019
• Trump Administration Wants to Use Migrants to Retaliate Against Opponents; Julian Assange's Hiding Time Ends; U.S. Wants to Have North Korea Peace Talks 3.0; Trump Pushed To Release Migrants Into Sanctuary Cities; Trump Claims Illegal Campaign Spying Took Place; WikiLeaks Founder Julian Assange Arrested; U.S.-Korea Diplomacy; Denuclearization Talks At Stalemate Since Failed Summit; Bomb Blast Kills 16 In Pakistan; Spacecraft Crashes On Moon; Michael Avenatti Indicted On 36 Counts; Sudan Upheaval; President Trump Has Something In His Eye; Minnesota Trooper Fights Bomb Cyclone Winds. Aired 3-4a ET
• Sudan's Omar al-Bashir ousted; Julian Assange Arrested; Former Pope Benedict XVI Breaks His Silence; U.S. & South Korea Hold Talks on North Korea Negotiations; Israeli Spacecraft Crashes on Lunar Surface; Millions Casting Ballots in India; Turning Britain's Political Tragicomedy into Art. Aired 12p-1a ET
• U.S. & S. Korea Hold Talks On N. Korea Negotiations; CNN Visits Once-Rich Oil Region, Now In Shambles; Israeli Spacecraft Crashes On Lunar Surface; Spacex Puts Satellite Into Orbit With Heavy Rockets; Turning Britain's Political Tragicomedy Into Art; WikiLeaks Founder Julian Assange Arrested; Sudan's Longtime Dictator Ousted in Military Coup; Trump's Immigration Retaliation Plan; Pence: Migrant Family Separations Will Not Return. Aired 2-3a ET
• Assange Faces Extradition; Florida Man Tried for Murder 26 Years Later; Lawsuit in Chicago over Police Attacking Student. Aired 9:30-10a ET
• WikiLeaks Founder Julian Assange Arrested; Trump: I Know Nothing About WikiLeaks; Sudan's Longtime Dictator Ousted In Military Coup; Trump Pushed To Release Migrants Into "Sanctuary Cities"; Former Pope Breaks Silence On Church Sex Abuse Crisis. Aired 1-2a ET
• Trump's Plan to Detain Immigrants; Interview With Howard Schultz; Mike Pence vs. Pete Buttigieg; Interview With Rep. Debbie Wasserman-Schultz (D-FL). Aired 3-3:30p ET
• One-On-One Interview with Former CEO Starbucks, Howard Schultz. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• Interview with Lawyer for Julian Assange; Mark Riddell to Plead Guilty in College Admissions Trial Today; Former Trump Aide Hired by Re-Election Super PAC. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• Trump Pushed Plan to Release Migrants Into Sanctuary Cities; Washington on Edge as Release of Mueller Report Looms; Ex-Obama White House Counsel Indicted in Connection with Mueller Probe; WikiLeaks Founder Assange Faces Extradition to the U.S. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• Soon Key Player in College Scam Expected to Plead Guilty; Loughlin & Husband "Not Ready" to Make Plea Deal; Chicago Sues Jussie Smollett over "Hoax" Hate Crime; Democrats Struggle to Win Over Home State Voters; Andrew Yang Plans to Use 3-D Holograms to Campaign in 3 Places at Once; Biden Leads Polls Despite Accusations of Unwanted Touching & Not in Race Yet; Buttigieg/Pence Feud Over Faith & Gay Marriage Gets Personal; Trump Pushed Plan to Dump Migrants in Sanctuary Cities to Retaliate against Democrats Opposing His Policies; Rosenstein Defends Barr's Memo on Mueller Report. Aired 2:30-3p ET
• Trump Pushed Plan To Dump Migrants Into Sanctuary Cities; Washington On Edge As Release Of Mueller Report Loom; New Polls In Iowa And New Hampshire Show Mayor Pete Buttigieg (D) South Bend, Indian Is On The Rise; WikiLeaks Founder Julian Assange Faces Extradition To the U.S. Aired 10-10:30a ET
• Mayor Kate Stewart (D-MD) Interviewed Regarding Idea To Bring Illegal Immigrants In To Sanctuary Cities; Immigration Takes Center Stage In The 2020 Campaign; Rare Rebuke Of The President By A Sitting Federal Judge. Aired: 2-2:30p ET


April 11, 2019
• Democrats Lost Their Trust to Attorney General Barr's Partisan View; E.U. Grants Prime Minister Theresa May a Breathing Room till October; Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu Won Fifth Term in Office; Sudanese Activists Wants President al-Bashir Out; House Committee Demanding Six Years Of Trump Returns; Mnuchin, Unable To Release Tax Returns By Deadline; Purported Military Council, Sudan's President Ousted; Another Brexit Delay, European Union Agrees To Brexit Delay Until October 31st; South Korean President To Meet With Trump In Washington. Aired 3-4a ET
• E.U. Agrees To Brexit Delay Until October 31; Barr: "I Think Spying Did Occur" On Trump Campaign; Netanyahu Headed For Fifth Term As Israeli P.M.; The World's Largest General Election; Abortion Ban in South Korea; Vice President Pence at the United Nations; Photograph of a Black Hole. Aired 1-2a ET
• WikiLeaks Founder Julian Assange In Court After Arrest; Attorney General William Barr, Without Evidence, Says Spying On Trump Campaign Occurred. Aired 10-10:30a ET
• Kevin Hassett Talks About Trump's Calls for Rate Cuts; Arrest Made in Louisiana Church Fires; Treasury Passes Tax Return Deadline. Aired 9:30-10a ET
• Michael Avenatti Facing Legal Trouble; North Korea Issues New Threat; Julian Assange Charged. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• Rep. Katie Porter (D-CA) Interviewed Regarding Worker Payr; An Arrest Has Been Made In Connection With A String Of Fires Over A Ten- Day Period In Three Black Churches In Louisiana; CEO Of Boeing Providing An Update On The Software Fixes To Its 737 Max Jets That Have Been Grounded For Almost A Month. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• Indian Elections Underway; South Korean President to Meet with Trump in Washington; Blizzard Conditions Strike U.S. Midwest. Aired 12-1a ET
• Jeff Bezos Meeting with Federal Prosecutors in New York; Sudan Dictator Under House Arrest; Interview with Tom Donohue, U.S. Chamber of Commerce. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• WikiLeaks Founder Julian Assange Arrested, Carried Out of Ecuadorian Embassy in London; U.S. Charges Assange in Computer Hacking Conspiracy; Bill Barr Without Evidence Claims the FBI Spied on the Trump Campaign; Democrats Furious Over Barr's "Spying" Comments. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• President Trump Will Meet With South Korean President Moon Jae- in At The White House On Thursday, As Moon Attempts To Get U.S. Talks With North Korea Back On Track. Aired 2-3a ET
• Indian Elections Underway; South Korean President to Meet with Trump in Washington; Blizzard Conditions Strike U.S. Midwest. Aired 12p-1a ET
• Omar Under Fire for Controversial 9/11 Comments; President Obama's Former White House Counsel Indicted; Congressional Hearings This Week Full of Tensions, Outbursts; Former Pope Benedict Blames Church Sexual Abuse Crisis on 1960s Sexual Revolution. Aired 2:30-3p ET
• WikiLeaks Founder Arrested In London; Attorney General Facing Severe Backlash Over His "Spying" Statement Before Congress; Rep. Dan Kildee (D-MI) Interviewed Regarding AG's "Spying" Remark in Congress. Aired: 2-2:30p ET


April 10, 2019
• Attorney General Bill Barr Defends the Letter He Made from Mueller's Report; Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin Grilled and Toss Up Over President's Tax Returns; No More No Less for Brexit Extension; Positive Signs Points to Prime Minister Netanyahu's Fifth Term; 2020 Race For The White House; Sanders Running For President, Says He Is A Millionaire; College Admission Scandal; Measles Outbreak In New York; A Shocking Statistics, Invisible Crisis; NBA Retirements; Redaction Rainbow On Mueller Report. Aired 3-4a ET
• Dems Promising Fight to See Full Mueller Report; Putin: Mueller Investigation a 'Dark Page' in U.S. History; Massive Wintry Storm to Hit Western U.S; Netanyahu and Gantz Both Claim Victory in Israeli Election; E.U. Expected to Propose up to One-Year "Flextension". Aired 12p-1a ET
• E.U.'s Donald Tusk Suggests 12-Month Flexible Delay; E.U. Expected To Propose Up To One-Year "Flextension"; UNICEF: Blast Kills 14 Children In Yemen; Mar-a-Lago Intruder Loaded With Spy Tools; Netanyahu and Gantz Both Claim Victory in Israeli Election; Democrats Promise to Fight to See Full Mueller Report; Putin: Investigation a "Dark Page" in U.S. History; Sudanese Protesters Want to End the Rule of Omar al-Bashir; Tensions Rise over Kashmir as India Gets Ready to Vote. Aired 2-3a ET
• Trump Speaks Ahead of Attorney General Barr's Second Day On Hill; Attorney General Barr Faces Tough Questions About The Mueller Report. Aired 10-10:30a ET
• Israeli's Prime Minister Race; Loughlin Faces Money Laundering Charges; Conway Answers Questions on Hush Money Payments and Taxes. Trump Speaks at White House. Aired 9:30-10a ET
• E.U. Expected to Propose Up to One-Year Flextension; Trump Praises Sisi Despite Human Rights Concerns; Protesters Want to End the Rule of Omar al-Bashir; Netanyahu And Gantz Both Claim Victory In Israeli Election; Barr Criticized For Summary Of Mueller Report; Barr: White House Made No Changes To Summary; Mnuchin Clashes With Waters Over Leaving Hearing. Aired 1-2a ET
• Attorney General Barr Reviews How FBI's Russia Investigation Began; Treasury Expected to Miss Democrats' Deadline to Hand Over Trump's Taxes; Attorney General Barr Faces Congress for a Second Day of Testimony; Rep. Grace Meng (D-NY) Interviewed About Questions She Asked Attorney General Barr on the Mueller Report; Investors Set to Watch Fed Over Any Talk of Rate Cuts. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• Trump's Bizarre Tour of Mount Vernon; Most California Voters Unfazed By Biden Allegations; Bernie Sanders Unveils New Health Care Plan; Attorney General to Investigate Spying on Trump Campaign. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• President Donald Trump Congratulated Israeli Prime Minister Netanyahu; NBA Star Dwayne Wade Is Retiring. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• William Barr's Testimony Before the Senate Appropriations Subcommittee on Commerce, Justice, Science, and Related Agencies. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• Democrats Not Optimistic IRS Will Release Trump's Tax Returns; Trump: I Am the Only Person Running Homeland Security; Deadly Gas Explosion in North Carolina; Lori Loughlin Didn't Engage in Plea Agreements Talks in College Scandal. Aired 2:30-3p ET
• Nation's Top Law Enforcement Official Confirmed He Is Investigating Investigators Of Russia Probe; Trump's Inner Circle Questioned On Hush Money Investigation; Democrats Unveil Proposal To Change U.S. Healthcare. Aired 2-2:30p ET


April 09, 2019
• Cross-Party Talks Continue as Theresa May Seeks Delay to Brexit; Actress, Others Pleading Guilty in College Admissions Scam; Meghan Markle, Baby to Be Subject to U.S. Taxes; Voting Kicks Off in Israeli Elections; Purge Underway at U.S. Department of Homeland Security. Aired 12p-1a ET
• Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu Shows Optimism to Win a Fifth Term; Prime Minister Theresa May Meets E.U. Leaders to Gather Support for Another Brexit Extension; President Trump Declares IRGC as a Terrorist Group; Russian Navy Ships Docked in the Philippines; Department of Homeland Security Purge; Migrants In Mexico; Jamal Khashoggi's Death Case Update; The Price Of American Tourist's Freedom; General Khalifa Haftar And Libyan National Army On Offensive To Take Tripoli From U.N. Recognized Government; Cracking Down On Cuba. Aired 3-4a ET
• Kidnapped American Tourist, Guide Rescued By Security Forces In Uganda; Prosecutors Mar-A-Lago Intruder May Be A Spy; Dozens Of Indian Fishermen Released By Pakistan; Duchess Carrying U.S. Tax Liability Along With Baby; Election Day in Israel, U.S. Department of Homeland Security is undergoing a major shakeup; Donald Trump declares Iran's Revolutionary Guard Corps a foreign terrorist organization. Aired 2-3a ET
• Attorney General Bill Barr Faces Questions on Capitol Hill; Barr to Face Tough Questions over Mueller Report. Aired 9:30-10a ET
• Voting Kicks Off in Israeli Elections; Baseball Deal Between U.S. and Cuba Cancelled; Prosecutors: Mar-a-Lago Intruder May Be a Spy; Military Effort, Paid Ransom in U.S. Tourist's Rescue; Cabinet Filled with Acting; Voting Kicks Off In Israeli Elections; Trump: Iran's Revolutionary Guard A Terrorist Group; May To Meet Merkel And Macron, Seeking Another Delay; General Khalifa Haftar And Libyan National Army On Offensive To Take Tripoli From U.N. Recognized Govt.; Three U.S. Troops, One Contractor Killed In Afghanistan; Russian Warships Arrive In The Philippines. Aired 1-2a ET
• Interview With Stacey Abrams; Trump Denies Renewal of Family Separation Policy; Israel Votes. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• Democrats Set to Grill Barr About Status of Mueller Report on Capitol Hill; White House Senior Official: Trump Weighing Binary Choice for Migrant Families to Either Voluntarily Separate From Their Kids or Be Detained Together With Them Indefinitely; Trump Ousts Homeland Security Secretary and Secret Service Director; Kansas Secretary of State Kobach Blames Officials at DHS for Foot-Dragging; Boeing to Announce Plane Deliveries as 737 Max Jets Remain Grounded. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• A.G. William Barr's Testimony. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• Lori Loughlin Charged With Money Laundering in College Bribe Plot; Nadler Says We Will Subpoena for all Unredacted Mueller Report; Barr Won't Answer Whether White House Has Been Briefed on Report; Attorney General Says I Don't Support Future Family Separations; Interview with Rep. Donna Shalala (D-FL); Former Treasury Chief Says Mnuchin Would Likely Break Law If He Hinders A Release of Trump's Tax Returns. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• William Barr Says To Expect The Release Of Redacted Mueller Report Within A Week; Barr Asked About Lawsuit To Overturn Obamacare. Aired 10-10:30a ET
• Larry Summers on Trump Tax Returns: Mnuchin Needs to Step Back and Let IRS Do Its Job; Top Officials Who Told Trump No All Gone; Official: Fires at Black Louisiana Churches were "Intentional"; Lawmakers Grill Social Media Executives at Hate Crimes Hearing; New Pew Study: Nearly 60 Percent Say Race Relations Are Generally Bad; Lori Loughlin Charged with Money Laundering in College Bribe Plot. Aired 2:30-3p ET
• Exclusive Interview With Former Georgia Gubernatorial Candidate Stacey Abrams; Both Candidate Are Claiming Victory In The Race For The Next Prime Minister; Democrats Are Pushing To Get President Trump's Tax Returns. Aired 3:30-4p ET


April 08, 2019
• DHS Secretary Now Out of Trump's Cabinet; Brexit Talks Scrambling as Deadline Approaches; Netanyahu Could Still Win Re- election; World Headlines; Libya Clashes Continue; Deadly Anti- Government Protests Escalate; American Woman Kidnapped in Uganda Rescued; Mexico Wrestles with Influx of Migrants; Seeking Justice in Venezuela; Extreme Weather; Behind the Music of "Game of Thrones." Aired 3-4a ET
• Sources: U.S. Homeland Security Secretary Resigns Unwillingly; Netanyahu Facing Major Challenge In Tuesday Elections; American Woman Kidnapped In Uganda Rescued; Britain Facing Friday Deadline To Leave The E.U.; British P.M. Makes Candid Plea For Cross-Party Talks; U.N.- Backed Government Launches Counter Offensive; Sudan's Brutal Crackdown on Anti-Government Protests; Mexico Wrestles with Influx of Migrants; Women Seek Justice after Extrajudicial Killings; Behind the Music of "Game of Thrones". Aired 1-2a ET
• Kirstjen Nielsen Has Resigned; Israeli Voters Head to the Polls; Dems Request Six Years of President Trump's Personal Tax Returns; Rescued Kidnapped American Tourist; the Fighting Rages on in Libya; Virginia Politicians Still in Office; Kirstjen Nielsen Resigns As Trump Homeland Security Secretary; Europe's Far-Right Parties Meet In Milan Ahead Of Brexit; U.S. To Designate Iran Revolutionary Guard As Terror Group; Huge Python Removed From Florida Wildlife Preserve. Aired 2-3a ET
• DHS Secretary Forced out of Trump's Cabinet; Mulvaney: Dems Will Never Get Trump Tax Returns; Netanyahu Vows to Annex West Bank Settlements; American Woman Kidnapped in Uganda Rescued; Inside Sudan's Brutal Crackdown on Anti-Government Protests; Corby: We're Determined to Avoid Crashing Out of E.U.; Behind the Music of 'Game of Thrones'. Aired 12p-1a ET
• Mulvaney Comments on Trump's Taxes; Netanyahu Vows to Annex West Bank; Kidnapped American at U.S. Embassy in Uganda; Texas Tech vs. Virginia For National Title Tonight. Aired 9:30-10a ET
• CNN: DHS Secretary Nielsen Did Not Resign Willingly; CBP Commissioner Kevin McAleenan Named Acting DHS Secretary; A Senior Trump Administration Official Says President Trump is Becoming Unhinged About Border; Mick Mulvaney: Democrats will Never See Trump's Tax Returns; Barr Set to Testify Tomorrow Before Congress on Budget; Rep. Ro Khanna (D) California Interviewed About DHS Secretary Nielsen's Resignation; Bipartisan Calls for Trump to End U.S. Support for Saudi-Led War; White House Adviser Stephen Miller Wants More DHS Officials Fired; DHS Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen Said to Have Resigned Unwillingly. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• Mar-a-Lago Trespasser in Court; Felicity Huffman Pleads Guilty; Trump Fires Secret Service Director and Homeland Security Chief. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• Protests and Torture in Sudan Result in Deaths of At Least Eight Over the Weekend; Interview With Former Rep. John Delaney, 2020 Presidential Candidate. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• First On CNN: Trump Removing Secret Service Director; Prosecutor Says Chinese Mar-A-Lago Trespasser Had Device That Can Detect Hidden Cameras; Border Hardliners Inside White House Nudged Out Nielsen. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• Chinese Woman Arrested In Mar-A-Lago For Spying; Beto O'Rourke Calling Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu A Racist, An Obstacle To Peace; President's Acting Chief Of Staff Mick Mulvaney Making It Clear Democrats Will, In His Words, Never See The President's Tax Returns; Man Has Been Charged With Plotting An Attack At National Harbor That Is Just Outside Washington, D.C. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• DHS Secretary Nielsen Did Not Resign Willingly; DHS Secretary Nielsen Had Few Allies In White House After Kelly Left; Sources Say Nielsen Felt In Limbo For The Last Week. Aired 10-10:30a ET
• Trump Pushing to Reinstate Family Separations at Border; A Look at Trump's Growing Number of Vacancies & "Acting" Officials; Nadler Calls on Barr to Testify on Mueller Report May 2nd; As Sudan Brutalizes Its People the U.S. Offers Closer Relations. Aired 2:30-3p ET


April 07, 2019
• Netanyahu Vows to Annex West Bank Settlements; Trump Tries to Link Democrats to Anti-Semitism; European Leaders Grow Weary of Brexit Drama; Trump Reverses Himself on Mueller Report; Mexico Wrestles with Immigrant Influx. Aired 3-3:30a ET
• Netanyahu Vows to Annex West Bank Settlements; Trump Tries to Link Democrats to Anti-Semitism; Violent Clashes Continue in Libya near Tripoli; Maduro Supporters Rally after Latest U.S. sanctions; Suspicious Fires Burn Down Black Louisiana Churches; Deadly Iran Floods Force Mass Evacuations; "SNL" Alum Returns to Tackle Allegations against Biden. Aired 4-5a ET
• Netanyahu Vows to Annex West Bank Settlements; Trump Calls U.S. asylum Policy a Scam; Ilhan Omar Singled out at Jewish Republican Event; Violent Clashes Continue in Libya near Tripoli; Suspicious Fires Burn Down Black Louisiana Churches; Rwanda Observes 25 Years since Genocide; Auburn Basketball Players in Shock after Semifinal Loss. Aired 5-6a ET
• American Tourist Kimberly Sue Endicott Has Been Found Alive After Being Abducted From A National Park In Uganda; Fight Over President Trump's Tax Returns Is Intensifying; U.S. Attorney General Bill Barr Promised The Released Of The Redacted Bob Mueller Report By Mid-Month; President Trump Says He Is Nominating Conservative And Former Republican Presidential Hopeful Herman Cain To The Board Of Federal Reserve; Motel 6 Will Pay Millions Of Dollars And Change Its Privacy Policies After It Was Sued By The State Of Washington. Aired 2-3p ET
• W.H. Vows Dems Will "Never" See Trump's Tax Returns After Request; Mulvaney: W.H. Will Release Health Care Plan Ahead Of Election; Rep. Suzan DelBene (D-WA) Is Interviewed About President Trump's Tax Returns; Abducted American Tourist Rescued; Trump Claims Anti-Semitism Has Taken Root In Democratic Party; Beto O'Rourke: Netanyahu Does Not Represent True Will Of Israeli People; Government: It Could Take 2 Years To Identify Migrant Families. Aired 3-4p ET
• White House Vows Democrats Will Never See Trump's Tax Returns; Interview with Rep. Sheila Jackson Lee (D-TX) about the Mueller Report; Abducted American Tourist Rescued; Trump's Lawyer Issues Letter Fighting Democrats' Demand for Tax Returns. Aired 4-5p ET
• Freed American in Uganda Kidnapping; Mulvaney, Democrats Never to See Trump's Tax Returns; Buttigieg in LGTBQ Fundraiser; Bernie Sanders' Town Hall in Iowa; Interview with Rep.Judy Chu (D-CA); Motel 6 Settles at $12 Million; DHS secretary Meets with President Trump. Aired 5-6p ET
• Kirstjen Nielsen, Department Of Homeland Security Secretary Has Resign Resigned. Aired 6-7p ET
• DHS Secretary Nielsen Resigns From Administration; Interview with Rep. Dan Kildee (D-MI); CBP Commissioner to Replace Nielsen as DHS Head. Aired 7-8p ET
• Source: DHS Secretary Nielsen Did Not Resign Willingly; DHS Secretary Nielsen Resigns From Administration; Remembering Nixon's Tax Scandal Amid Fight For Trump's Returns. Aired 8-9p ET


April 06, 2019
• Trump Visits Border and Declares Country Is Full; White House Willing to Fight Demand for Trump Tax Returns to the Supreme Court; Two U.S. Citizens among Those Arrested in Saudi Crackdown; U.K. Prime Minister Seeks Brexit Extension until June 30; Boeing Admits Its Equipment Played a Role in Two Deadly Crashes; Vacationing Family Discovers Hidden Camera in Airbnb. Aired 3-3:30a ET
• Trump Visits Border and Declares Country Is Full; White House Willing to Fight Demand for Trump Tax Returns to the Supreme Court; Space Business Struggles to Take Off amid Brexit Uncertainty; Mexico Grapples with Trump's Changing Positions; Joe Biden Jokes about Physical Contact Controversy; Final Polls Released before Tuesday's Israeli Vote; Vacationing Family Discovers Hidden Camera in Airbnb. Aired 4-5a ET
• Trump Administration Plans to Fight Congressional Request to IRS to Provide President Trump's Tax Returns; Rep. Bill Pascrell (D) New Jersey is Interviewed on House Ways and Means Committee's Request to Obtain President Trump's Tax Returns; Joe Biden Criticized for Jokes about Touching Others During Speech; President Trump's Claims U.S. Has No Room for More Immigrants; Man Arrested and Charged with Threatening to Assault and Murder Representative Ilhan Omar; President Trump to Speak at Republican Jewish Coalition; Former Republican Senator Norm Coleman Interviewed on President Trump's Policy towards Israel. Aired 10-11a ET
• WH Using Disaster Funds for Wall; Senate Republicans Ditch Immigration Compromise; Federal Workers Protest Government Shutdown; Michael Cohen to Testify Publicly Before Congress; Mueller Met with Trump's Campaign Pollster; 13-Year-Old Girl Found in Wisconsin. Aired 5:30-6a ET
• President Trump Makes Controversial Comments on Mueller Report Findings; President Trump's Staff Meeting on Health Care Reform; Trump Administration Plans to Fight Congressional Request to IRS to Provide President Trump's Tax Returns; Rep. Tim Ryan Gives Speech on New Presidential Bid; Joe Biden Criticized for Jokes about Touching Others During Speech; President Trump Recommends Herman Cain for Federal Reserve Board; Man Arrested and Charged with Threatening to Assault and Murder Representative Ilhan Omar. Aired 2-3p ET
• Muller Probe Report Release; Trump Tax Returns Requested; Tim Ryan Holds Rally; Joe Biden Faces Fallout About Making Women Feel Uncomfortable by his Behaviors Toward Them; Biden: "I Would Be the Last Person to Announce"; Trump Touts Jobs Report Bounce Back; Mueller Team Investigators Frustrated Over Barr's Summary; FBI Investigates Alleged Mar-a-Lago Breach Was Espionage Report. Aired 12-1p ET
• Source: Trump Willing to Take Tax Fight to Supreme Court; Mulvaney Meets with White House Staff, Cabinet Members at Camp David to Discuss Health Care; Trump Says He Has Not Read Mueller Report but Says He "Has Every Right to Do So"; Democrats Use IRS Tax Code to Request Trump Tax Returns; New York Man Charged with Threatening to Kill Rep. Ilhan Omar; Three Black Churches Suspiciously Burned in 10 Days; Obama Appears to Take Veiled Swipe at Trump in Germany; Chicago to Sue Jussie Smollett for Cost of "Fake" Hate Crime Investigation; Robert Kraft's Attorney Fight "Sneak and Peak" Warrant. Aired 1-2p ET
• Trump Makes Pitch to Jewish Voters at Law Vegas Event; Trump Makes Re-election Pitch, Rejects Asylum Seekers; Fact-Checking Trump's Claims on the Border; Government Court Filing Says Could Take Up to 2 Years to Identify Thousands of Families Separated at Border; Obama Worries Progressives' "Rigidity" Could Lead to "Circular Firing Squad"; Bernie Sanders Makes Pitch to Black Voters as He Tries to Make Up Losses in 2016; Source: Trump Willing to Take Tax Fight to Supreme Court; NYT: Trump Wanted IRS Counsel Confirmation as Senate Priority; Boeing Makes Admission after 2 Deadly Plane Crashes; 3 Black Churches Suspiciously Burned in 10 Days. Aired 3-4p ET
• Tax Returns Battle; Trump's Border Warning; Interview with Rep. Jimmy Gomez (D) California; New York Man Charged with Threatening to Kill Rep. Ilhan Omar; Ethiopian Airlines Crash; FBI: Man Found in Kentucky not Timmothy Pitzen. Aired 11a-12p ET
• President Donald Trump Call The Asylum Program A Scam; One-On- One Interview With Democratic Congressman Raul Grijalva (D-AZ); Biden Jokes about Physical Contact in first Speech Since Allegations He Made Women Uncomfortable; Julian Castro Speaks at Campaign Rally in L.A.; Freshmen Congresswomen Call Out Blatant Sexism on Capitol Hill; Saudis Arrest 2 U.S. Citizens, Deepening Divide Between Trump & GOP. Aired 4- 5p ET
• President Trump Hammers Immigration Policy; President Trump On The Mueller Report; Three Churches Burned To The Ground; Sen. Amy Klobuchar (D) Minnesota Interviewed About The Mueller Report; Fact- Checking Trump's Claims on the Border; Government Court Filing Says Could Take Up to 2 Years to Identify Thousands of Families Separated at Border; Trump Says Barbara Bush Had Right to "be Nasty" to Him; Russia's Vladimir Putin Flexes Muscles in Arctic Polar Region. Aired 5-6p ET
• Fact Checkers: President's Daily Average Of Lies Soaring; NY Man Charged With Threatening To Kill Rep. Ilhan Omar; Fisher-Price: 10 Infants have Died Using Rock 'N Play Sleeper. Aired 8-9p ET


April 05, 2019
• Everybody Wants to Have a Say on Brexit But No Full Cooperation to Resolve it; Boeing Admits System Failure; Mueller Report Creates More Confusion; Boeing Admits Equipment Played Role In Two Crashes; Merkel, We'll Do Everything To Prevent No-Deal Brexit; Ecuador To Expel Assange From Embassy; New Zealand Shooting; New Polls Ahead Of Israel Election; Trump And The Truth. Aired 3-4a ET
• U.S. Economy Adds 196,000 Jobs in March; House Democrats Ramp Up Pressure on Bill Barr to Release the Full Mueller Report; T: Trump Wants IRS Counsel Confirmation a Priority; Trump Under Scrutiny as Democrats Push for His Tax Returns; Rep. Brendan Boyle (D) Pennsylvania Interviewed About President Trump's Tax Returns; GOP Warns Demand for Trump Tax Returns Sets "Dangerous Standard"; Republicans Accuse Democrats of Weaponizing the IRS; Democrats Ramp Up Pressure on Barr to Release Report; Troubles Pile Up for Boeing After Two Deadly Crashes; Regulators Order Boeing to Fix Second Software Issue; Boeing CEO Admits MCAS Risk Must Be Fixed After Preliminary Crash Report Clears Ethiopian Airlines' Pilots of Error. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• Boeing Acknowledges Role in Crashes; Victim's Family Sues Boeing and FAA; Trump Picks Cain and Moore for Fed Seats; Man Claiming to be Timmothy Pitzen is Not Him; Activist Arrested in Saudi Arabia. Aired 9:30-10a ET
• Boeing Now Admits Its Equipment Played Role in Crashes; May and Corbyn Fail to Make Progress in Talks; Merkel: We'll Do Everything to Prevent "No-Deal"; Water Leak Forces House Of Commons To Close; Some Mueller Team Members Frustrated With Barr Memo; Wash Post: Team Members Had Prepared Summaries That I Could Have Been Made Public Immediately; Accused Mosque Gunman Charged with 50 Murder Counts; Marijuana May Be Decisive Factor in Israeli Election; Trump's Relationship with Truth. Aired 1-2a ET
• Boeing Admits Equipment Played Role in Two Crashes; Brexit; Frustration on the Mueller Report; Accused Mosque Gunman Charged with 50 Murder Counts; Russian Military Pushing to Control Arctic Region; Jeff and MacKenzie Bezos Reach Richest-Ever Divorce Deal; South Korea Rolls Out 5G Smartphone Networks. Aired 12-1a ET
• Ethiopian CEO: Report Proves Pilots Did All They Could; Accused Mosque Gunman Charged With 50 Murder Counts; Russian Military Pushing To Control Arctic Region; Experts North Korean Leader May Be Signaling Major Move; South Korea Rolls Out 5G Smartphone Networks; Boeing CEO on Crash: "We Own It"; Brexit Chaos; From Euphoria to Cries of Witch Hunts. Aired 2-3a ET
• Joe Biden Jokes About Physical Contact Controversy; Trump Visits Border; Trump Fighting Release of Tax Returns. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• Reports of Suspicious Real Estate Transactions for Harvard's Fencing Coach; Trump's Long History of Lying; Donald Trump Withdraws ICE Nominee From Consideration. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• 20 States File Motion to Block Trump Border Wall Funding; Boeing Admits It's Working on Second Software Fix; President Trump Hosts Border Security Roundtable; Harvard Fencing Coach Under Investigation; Chicago to Sue Jussie Smollett for Cost of Investigation; Trump Lawyers Sent Letter Pushing Back on Request for Tax Returns; Man Who Pretended to Be Missing Boy Charged. Aired 3:30- 4p ET
• Rep. Lloyd Doggett (D) of Texas Discusses Brewing Battle over Trump's Tax Returns; Trump Wants Herman Cain on Federal Reserve Board; Boeing Makes Admission after 2 Deadly Plane Crashes as New Software Problem Arises; UNC Coach & Staff Suspended over Racial Remarks & Pushing Injured Players to Continue Playing; Trump Tours Border Wall after Reversing Threat to Close Southern Border. Aired 2:30-3p ET
• Biden Jokes About Physical Contact in First Speech Since Allegations He Made Women Uncomfortable; Trump Taps Herman Cain for Federal Reserve Post; Trump Heads to Border After A Week of Confusing Threats; Nadler Demands DOJ Release Any Mueller Team Summaries Citing Reports Investigators Believe Evidence Is Alarming; Interview With Rep. Lloyd Doggett (D), Texas; Dems Demand Trump Tax Returns for 6 Years. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• Trump Heads To U.S.-Mexico Border, Backs Off Threat To Close It; Job Growth Rebounds In March: 196k New Hires; Dems Ramp Up Pressure For Mueller Report, Trump Taxes; Trump Threatens Mexico With Tariffs, Economic Penalties; Rep. Jerry Nadler (D) New York Demands Communications Between DOJ And Mueller Office; Trump Hails New Economic Numbers; Trump Again Says U.S. Should Get Rid Of Immigration Judges; Trump Under Scrutiny As Dems Push For His Tax Returns; Sanders To Reach Out To African-American Voters At New York Event. Aired 10- 10:30a ET
• Boeing Admits Equipment Played Role in Two Crashes; Brexit; Frustration on the Mueller Report; Accused Mosque Gunman Charged with 50 Murder Counts; Russian Military Pushing to Control Arctic Region; Jeff and MacKenzie Bezos Reach Richest-Ever Divorce Deal; South Korea Rolls Out 5G Smartphone Networks. Aired 12-1a ET


April 04, 2019
• Theresa May's Supporters Not Pleased with Labour Negotiations; Nissan's Former CEO Back to Jail; Democrats Digging More on the Mueller Report; Lawmaker Reject No-Deal Brexit As Theresa May And Corbyn Talk; Netanyahu And Gantz About Even in Latest Poll; U.S. Warns Turkey Not To Obtain Russian Missiles; A Strong NATO Is A U.S. Interest; Venezuela In Crisis. Aired 3-4a ET
• May Meets with Corbyn for Cross-party Talks; British Army Investigating Target Practice Video; House Committee Approves Subpoena to get Mueller Report; Ethiopian Investigators to Release Crash Findings; Adultery and Gay Sex Now Punishable by Death in Brunei; U.S. Warns Turkey Not to Obtain Russian Missiles; Algeria's Ex-President Bids Farewell; Prosecutors Want Jail Time in College Cheating Scandal. Aired 12m-1a ET
• Lawmakers Vote To Prevent "No-Deal" Brexit; May Meets With Corbyn For Cross-Party Talks; Report: Nissan's Former Chief Arrested A Fourth Time; Ethiopian Investigators To Release Crash Findings; House Committee Approves Subpoena To Get Mueller Report; Key Democrat Demands Trump's Tax Returns Be Turned Over; Uncertainty Could Hurt U.K.'s Booming Space Sector; Birth Control Options Impacted in Venezuela; Gantz Looks for Political Career after Military; College Admissions Scandal; 22 False or Misleading Claims a Day. Aired 1-2a ET
• Lawmakers Vote To Prevent "No-Deal" Brexit; Uncertainty Could Hurt U.K.'s Booming Space Sector; Birth Control Options Impacted In Venezuela; Huawei CEO: U.S. Opposition Has Helped The Company; Prosecutors Want Jail Time In Cheating Scandal; Trump Tilts At Windmills And Leans Toward Old Tech; May Meets with Corbyn for Cross- party Talks; Ethiopian Investigators to Release Crash Findings; House Committee Approves Subpoena to get Mueller Report. Aired 2-3a ET
• Report Say Ethiopian Crew Followed Procedures; Democrats Urge FBI to Assess Security Risks; 14-Year-Old Says He's Boy Who Disappeared in 2011; Republicans Use Nuclear Option. Aired 9:30- 10:00a
• Democrats Demand Six Years of Trump Tax Returns from IRS; Donald Trump: I Would not Be Inclined to Release Tax Returns; Rep. James Comer (R-KY) Interviewed About President Trump's Tax Returns; NYT: Some on Mueller's Team Say Mueller's Report is More Damaging for Trump Than AG Indicated; House Condemns Trump's Bid to Kill Obamacare in Symbolic Vote; New Report Suggests 737 Max Pilots Followed Boeing Procedures Before Crash; Trump, Chinese Vice Premier Meet Today Amid Trade Talks. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• Boeing Issues Statement on Air Crashes; Congress Requests Trump's Tax Returns; Trump Backs Down Over Threat to Close Border; Did Barr Mischaracterize Mueller Report in Letter?. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• Ethiopian Airlines Crash Report Finds No Pilot Errors; Pete Buttigieg to Announce Candidacy April 14th as Joe Biden Addresses Recent Public Statements by Women; American Woman Held for Ransom in Uganda; Congress Questions Alexander Acosta's Role in Jeffrey Epstein Plea Deal; Justice Department Responds to Robert Mueller Investigators' Objections to Barr Summary. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• Source Says Some on Mueller's Team Frustrated with Bill Barr Letter; Key House Democrat Request Trump's Tax Returns from the IRS; Preliminary Report Finds Significant Similarity in Ethiopian And Lion Air Crashes. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• Soon: Sen. Mitch McConnell (R) Kentucky Invokes Nuclear Option To Push Through Lower-Level Trump Nominees More Quickly; New York Times: Some On Mueller's Team Say Report More Damaging For Trump Than Attorney General Indicated; Washington Post: Mueller Investigators Says Evidence On Obstruction Is Alarming And Significant; Democrats Demand Six Years Of Trump Tax Returns From IRS; Rep. Mike Quigley, (D- IL), Interviewed Regarding Mueller Report; Rep. James Comer (R) Kentucky Says Every High Level Politician Should Disclose Tax Returns. Aired 10-10:30 ET
• Preliminary Report Finds Significant Similarities In Ethiopian And Lion Air Crashes; First U.S. Wrongful Death Suit Filed In Ethiopian Plan Crash; Rep. Tim Ryan (D-OH) Joins Crowded Field Of Democratic Hopefuls; Mayor Pete Buttigieg (D) South Bend, Indiana Argues Progressively Policy Reflects Christian Beliefs; FBI Investigating If Mar-a-Lago Incident Was Espionage Effort; Teen Found In Kentucky Says He Escaped Kidnappers After 7 Years. Aired 2:30-3p ET
• Sen. Chuck Grassley (R) Iowa Defends Trump's Refusal To Release Tax Returns; Rep. Katie Hill (D) California Interviewed Regarding Institutional Sexism; Rep. Jerry Nadler (D) New York Demands Communications Between DOJ And Mueller Office; Acosta Grilled For Role In Billionaire Sex Offender's Plea Deal. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• May Meets with Corbyn for Cross-party Talks; British Army Investigating Target Practice Video; House Committee Approves Subpoena to get Mueller Report; Ethiopian Investigators to Release Crash Findings; Adultery and Gay Sex Now Punishable by Death in Brunei; U.S. Warns Turkey Not to Obtain Russian Missiles; Algeria's Ex-President Bids Farewell; Prosecutors Want Jail Time in College Cheating Scandal. Aired 12p-1a ET
• Report Say Ethiopian Crew Followed Procedures; Democrats Urge FBI to Assess Security Risks; 14-Year-Old Says He's Boy Who Disappeared in 2011; Republicans Use Nuclear Option. Aired 9:30-10a ET


April 03, 2019
• Prime Minister Theresa May and Jeremy Corbyn Will Try to Resolve Brexit Issue; Former Malaysian Prime Minister's Trial Starts; Boeing's Anti Stall System Failed; Poverty Rise in Venezuela. Aired 3- 4a ET
• Theresa May To Ask E.U. For Another Brexit Delay; European Council President Tusk on Twitter: Let Us Be Patient; France's Macron: E.U. Won't Be Held Hostage to U.K. Political Crisis; Turmoil Turns United Kingdom Into Divided Kingdom; President: Congress Must Act To Keep Southern Border Open; Trump Threatens To Close Border With Mexico. Aired 1-2a ET
• House Vote on Subpoena For Mueller Report; Subpoena For Mueller Report; Ethiopia Pilots Followed Procedure; Women Entered Mar-a-Lago Illegally; Trump Wants Healthcare Debate. Aired 9:30-10a ET
• Brunei Institutes Death Sentence for Adultery & Gay Sex; Venezuelans Struggle for Basics & Many Blame Maduro; Mick Jagger Scheduled for Heart Surgery. Aired 12-1a ET
• Cholera Is Spreading In Mozambique And It's Far From the Only Health Threat; U.S. Presidential Candidates Counting Contributions; Trump Threatens To Close Border With Mexico; NASA: Debris From Missile Test A Threat To Space Station. Aired 2-3a ET
• Lori Loughlin in Court; Joe Biden Responds to Unwanted Touching Allegations; House Votes to Subpoena Full Mueller Report; Trump Wants Republicans to Campaign on Health Care. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• Soon: House Judiciary To Vote On Subpoena For Mueller Report; GOP Grapples As Trump Flips On Healthcare; Wall Street Journal: Ethiopia 737 Max Pilots Initially Followed Boeing Procedure; House Judiciary Approves Subpoena For Full Mueller Report, Aired 10-10:30 ET
• Biden Tweets He Will Be More Mindful About Respecting Personal Space; House Intelligence Committee Seeking Interview with Inaugural Party Planner; Sen. Sanders Has Yet to Release Promised Tax Returns; Op-Ed, Bernie Sanders is the Donald Trump of the Left. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• House Judiciary Committee to Issue Subpoena for Unredacted Mueller Report Access; Concern Over Economic Impact if Trump Closes Border with Mexico; Felicity Huffman and Lori Laughlin to Appear in Court Today in College Admissions Scandal. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• Interview With Rep. David Cicilline; House Judiciary Committee to Vote on Subpoena for Mueller Report. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• Any Moment Now, Celebrities Face Judge in College Cheating Scandal; House Chairman Says, We Will Not Accept Redacted Report; Trump: We're Going to Lose If We Avoid Healthcare; Trump Mocks Biden Amid Allegations of Inappropriate Behavior; Despite Trump's Claims, His Father Was Not Born in Germany. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• Prosecutors To Demand Jail Time In College Admission Scam; Trump At Odds With Sen. Mitch McConnell (R) Kentucky On Health Care And Border; Trump To GOP On Voting: You've Got To Be A Little Bit More Paranoid; House Panel Authorizes Subpoena For Full Mueller Report; Trump Tweets New Threat He'll Shut Down Border; Former Rep. Beto O'Rourke (D) Texas Raises $9.4 Million In 18 Days. Aired 2:30-3p ET


April 02, 2019
• British Parliament Turned Down All Options for Brexit; Bad Weather Killed 42 People in Iran; Israel's Closed-Tight Election Between Candidates; Turkey Wants a Change in Leadership; Trump Threaten To Close U.S. Border I think Mexico; U.S. Cutting Aid To El Salvador, Guatemala, And Honduras; White House Overruled Security Clearance Concerns; Second Woman Accuses Biden Of Unwanted Touching; Venezuela In Crisis; The Perils Of Plastic. Aired 3-4a ET
• Hussle Vigil Ends in Stampede; Harris Raises $12 Million; Equal Pay Day focuses on Women's Salaries; Saudi Government Pays Khashoggi's Children; Software Fix Weeks Away for Boeing. Aired 9:30-10a ET
• Showdown Looms as Democrats Ready Subpoena for Mueller Report; President Trump Slams Puerto Rico's Leaders After Disaster Aid Bill Stalls; Police Identify Suspect in the Killing of Nipsey Hussle; Several Injured in Stampede During Slain Rapper's Vigil in the U.S.; Saudi Government Gives Payments and Houses to Khashoggi's Children; Rep. Michael Waltz (R), Florida is Interviewed About President Trump Slamming Puerto Rico After Disaster Aid Bill Stalled; White House Senior Adviser Tells Surrogates Trump Hasn't Decided Yet if He'll Shut Down Southern Border; Auto Industry Expert: Entire U.S. Car Industry Would Shut Down Within a Week if U.S.-Mexico Border is Closed; U.S. Cutting Off Aid to El Salvador, Guatemala and Honduras; Investors to Watch U.S.-China Trade Talks This Week; Trump Punts on Healthcare; Six House Chairs to Demand Full Mueller Report. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• Winchester Residents Frustrated With Process; British Lawmakers Reject All Four Alternatives; Early Results: T.V. Comedian Has Big Lead; Maduro Falsely Says Blackouts Are Terror-Related; Trump Threatens To Close U.S. Border With Mexico; Alex Jones Now Says Killings Were Real, Not Staged; Outrage over Brunei's Adultery and Anti Gay Laws; Kim Jong Nam's Alleged Assassin Takes Plea Deal; Ocean Pollution; Twilight Zone Reboot. Aired 1-2a ET
• Congress Investigates White House Security Clearances; Trump to Offer No Plan to Replace Obamacare Until After Election; CNN to Host Democratic Presidential Debate in Detroit. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• Whale Died With 22 Kilos of Plastic in Its Stomach; Candidates Who Curse: Expletive Not Deleted; British Parliament Turned Down All Options For Brexit. Aired 12-1a ET
• Sanders Raises $18.2 Million in First Quarter Fundraising; Pelosi Says Biden's Actions Not Disqualifying in 2020 Race; Baltimore Mayor Takes Leave Amid Book Deal Scandal; LAPD Says Slain Rapper Knew Man Accused of Killing Him. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• Brexit Negotiations Heat Up as Theresa May Leadership Falters; Bernie Sanders, Kamala Harris and Pete Buttigieg Report Large 2020 Fundraising in First Quarter; Chicago to Elect First African American Female Mayor Today; Security Clearance Whistleblower Testifying Before House Oversight Committee Today; University of North Carolina Women's Basketball Coaching Staff on Administrative Leave. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• Showdown Looms As Dems Ready Subpoena For Mueller Report; Rep. Elijah Cummings (D) Md: White House Clearances A Millions Time Worse Than Clinton Emails; Dems To Subpoena White House Official Over Security Clearances; Trump Punts After Saying GOP Will Be Party Of Healthcare; White House Senior Adviser Tells Surrogates Trump Hasn't Decided Yet If He'll Shut Down Southern Border; Jamal Khashoggi Tortured And Killed Six Months Ago Today, Aired 10-10:30 ET
• Trump & NATO Secretary-General Hold Joint Press Conference. Aired 2:30-3p ET
• Trump Punts On Healthcare Until After 2020 Election; GOP Lawmakers Tried To Dissuade Trump On Tossing The Health Plan; Bernie Sanders Raises $18 Million In First Quarter; Ocasio-Cortez Says White House Is Risking Thousands Of Lives With Clearance Mess; Khashoggi Children Getting Payments And Homes From Saudis; Trump Takes Questions On Healthcare And The Border. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• Early Results: T.V. Comedian Has Big Lead; Erdogan's Party Suffers Setback In Local Elections; Bezos Investigator: Saudis Behind Leak Of Racy Texts; U.S. Officials Report Humanitarian And Security Crisis; U.S. House Judiciary Chairman To Authorize Subpoena For Unredacted Report; More Flooding, Evacuation In Iran. Aired 2-3a ET
• Showdown Looms As Dems Ready Subpoena For Mueller Report; Rep. Elijah Cummings (D) Md: White House Clearances A Millions Time Worse Than Clinton Emails; Dems To Subpoena White House Official Over Security Clearances; Trump Punts After Saying GOP Will Be Party Of Healthcare; White House Senior Adviser Tells Surrogates Trump Hasn't Decided Yet If He'll Shut Down Southern Border; Jamal Khashoggi Tortured And Killed Six Months Ago Today. Aired 10-10:30a ET
• Whale Died With 22 Kilos of Plastic in Its Stomach; Candidates Who Curse: Expletive Not Deleted; Arsenal Top Newcastle for 10th Straight At-Home Win; Atlanta Hawks Rookie Guard Trae Young in Contention for Rookie of Year; Trae Young is Interviewed about His NBA Success So Far. Aired 12-1a ET


April 01, 2019
• President Trump Threaten to Cut Aid to Three Central American Countries; General Election to Solve Disagreements on Brexit; Kim Jong-nam's Killer Pleaded Guilty; Turkey's President Assumes a Sure Win; Gazans Mourns Who Sacrificed During Protest; A Threat of ISIS Rising Again; People Condemns an Inhumane Law in Brunei; Mother Nature Spares No One. Aired 3-4a ET
• Buttigieg Announces First Quarter Numbers; Biden Defends Interactions with Women; Prison Reform Summit at the White House; College Student Murdered After Mistaken Uber Car; Children Suffering in Venezuela; Fairfax Assault Allegations. Aired 9:30-10a ET
• Biden Faces Scrutiny From Dems Over Lucy Flores; Rapper Nipsey Hussle Killed In Los Angeles Shooting; Venezuelans Face Shortages Of Food, Fuel, And Water; Hospitals In Dire Conditions Struggle To Treat Patients; Deadly Storm Swipes Through Nepal; Meteor Blazes Into The Atmosphere; Trump White House Not Backing Down; Allegation on Vice President Joe Biden; Doan Thi Huong to be Set Free Early; British Parliament Scrambling to Save Brexit; Erdogan's Party Leading the Local Municipal Elections; Comedian Volodymyr Zelensky No Laughing Matter; Young Rapper, Nipsey Hussle, Dead. Aired 2-3a ET
• Trump Threatens to Close U.S.-Mexico Border; Undocumented Migrants Being Released in Three Cities; U.S. to Cut Aid to Three Central American Countries. U.S. to Cut Aid to Three Central American Countries; Technical Issues Cause Flight Delays for Several Major Airlines in the U.S.; Pete Buttigieg Says His Team Raised $7-Plus Million in First Quarter; Democrats to Authorize Subpoena for Full Mueller Report; South Carolina Woman Murdered After Ride-Share Mistake; House Judiciary Committee to Vote on Wednesday to Authorize Subpoenas for 5 Former White House Staffers. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• Joe Biden Under Fire; Trump Threatens to Shut Border; Did White House Approve 25 Security Clearances Despite Denials?. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• Interview with Former Rep. Ryan Costello (R-PA); Interview with Border Patrol Agent Chris Cabrera; Bezos Private Investigator Finds Saudi Arabia Behind National Enquirer Threats; Rapper Nipsey Hussle Shot Day Before Meeting with LAPD to Combat Gang Violence. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• Biden on Defense Amid First Crisis of Potential Campaign; Democrats Divided Over New Accusations Against Biden; Alex Jones Blames "Psychosis" for Sandy Hook Lies; White House Official Says We Could Be in a Whole World of Hurt if Border Closes; Bezos' Investigator Says Saudis Obtained Amazon CEO's Private Info; Police Union Calls for Chicago Prosecutor's Resignation. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• Fairfax Denies Claims, Says Polygraphs Show He's Being Truthful; Rep. Elijah Cummings (D) Md.: Whistleblower Says White House Pushed Security Clearances Despite Serious Disqualifying Issues Such As Foreign Influence Fears; Democrats To Authorize Subpoena For Full Mueller Report; Trump Threatens To Close U.S.-Mexico Border; Mayor Pete Buttigieg (D) South Bend, In. Says His Team Raised Over $7 Million In First Quarter, Fmr. Senator Joe Biden (D) De. Defends His Interactions With Women After Complaint. Aired 10-10:30 ET
• Whistleblower Says White House Approved Clearances For 25 Despite Denials; Pentagon Says It Has Not Been Asked Yet to Support Border Closure; Interview with Rep. Ro Khanna (D), California; Buttigieg Campaign Raises $7million Plus in First Quarter. Aired 2- 2:30p ET
• Warren's Finance Director Quits After She Swears Off Big Donors; College Student Murdered after Getting into Wrong Car; Tributes Pour in to Murdered Rapper Nipsey Hussle; CNN Reporting on Melania Trump's Activities at Mar-a-Lago; Oversight Chair: White House Overruled Security Clearance Denials for Dozens. Aired 2:30-3p ET
• Kim Jong-nam's Alleged Assasin Accepts Plea Deal; U.S. Cutting Aid To El Salvador, Guatemala And Honduras; Lawmakers To Vote On Options As April 12 Deadline Looms; British Public Unsettled By Parliament Stalemate; Maduro Announces Plan To Ration Electricity; Egypt Mediating Talks Between Israel And Hamas. Aired 1-2a ET
• Brunei's Adultery & Anti-Gay Laws Go Into Effect Soon; Biden Responds to Allegations of Inappropriate Behavior; 60th Anniversary of Dalai Lama's Exile. Aired 12-1a ET


March 31, 2019
• U.S. Cutting Off Aid to El Salvador, Guatemala and Honduras; U.K. Parliament Deals May's Brexit Plan a Fatal Blow; Israel Strikes Hamas Targets in Gaza; Tibetans Prepare for a Post-Dalai Lama World. Aired 3-3:30a ET
• Texas City Facing Mass Release of Migrants; U.S. Cutting off Aid to El Salvador, Guatemala and Honduras; Man Mistaken for Uber Driver Charged in Student's Death; Venezuela Hit by Third Blackout in March; Genetic Condition May Lead to New Pain Therapies; Art Program Helps Shooting Survivors Heal. Aired 4-5a ET
• Kellyanne Conway Facing New Questions About Her Husband; Two Marine Pilots Dead Over Helicopter Crash; the SPLC's Internal Struggles; CNN Heroes; Former Nevada Politician Lucy Flores Accuses Joe Biden of Inappropriate Touching; South Texas Faces Mass Release of Migrants; Georgia Lawmakers Pass Controversial Anti-Abortion Bill. Aired 4-5p ET
• Former Lawmaker Says Biden Made Her Feel Uneasy in 2014; Candidates Weigh in on Biden Kissing Allegations; Migrant Centers Overcrowded to Bursting Point; Interview with Rep. Juan Vargas (D-CA); Student Killed After Getting Into Car She Mistook for Her Uber; "The Washington Post" Highlights Some Of President Donald Trump's Financial Inconsistencies Over The Years; Trump Administration Says It Is Cutting Off Funding To These Three Countries; Jordan Holgerson Fell A Terrifying 60 Feet Into The Water Below After She Was Pushed By Her Friend Taylor Smith Last Summer. Aired 7-8p ET
• Trump Orders State Department to Cut Aid to Central American Countries; South Texas Facing Mass Release of Migrants; Trump Plans Trip to Border Town as He Threatens to Close Border; Biden Responds to Accusation of Unwanted Kiss; Candidates Weigh in on Biden Kissing Allegations; Zuckerberg: It's Time to Regulate the Internet. Trump Calls on Courts to End Obamacare; "Tricky Dick" Airs Tonight at 9P ET/PT. Aired 3-4pm ET
• President Trump Directing The U.S. State Department To Cut Off Aid To Three Central American Countries, El Salvador, Guatemala And Honduras; Former Vice President Joe Biden Facing Accusations Of Kissing A Woman Without Consent; Police Have Made An Arrest In The Murder Of A South Carolina College Student; Critical Deadline For The Crowded Field Of Democratic Candidates Running For President 2020; New Statistics The Number Of Americans Having Sex Is At A Record Low; One- On-One Interview with Congressman Denny Heck. Aired 2-3p ET
• Controversy Surrounding Former Vice President And Perspective Presidential Candidate Joe Biden; Crisis At The Border; Second Quarter Kicks Off Tomorrow; Interview with State Senator Jen Jordan (D-GA); How Many Mar-a-Lago Trips Could Pay For Budget Cuts?; "Defeated" ISIS Lurking in the Shadows as Suffering Sows Fears of Their Return. Aired 6-7p ET
• Border Closure, Overcrowded Centers, and Aid Cut on Three Central American Countries; Jeff Bezos' Phone Hacked by Saudi Government; Fox & Friends News Blunder; Joe Biden Accused of Inappropriate Conduct; Student Dies After Mistaken Uber; Elie Honig Answers Legal Questions after the Mueller Report; Woman in a Spacesuit. Aired 5-6p ET
• Migrant Centers Overcrowded to Bursting Point; Former Nevada Politician Lucy Flores Accuses Joe Biden of Inappropriate Touching; Trump Touts Great Health Care But Hasn't Presented a Plan; What Happens if Obamacare is Overturned; Book Explores Influence of Ivanka Trump, Jared Kushner; Families of Victims Start Grassroots Effort to Combat Conspiracies. Aired 8-9p ET
• Texas City Facing Mass Release of Migrants; U.K. Parliament Deals May's Brexit Plan a Fatal Blow; Ukraine's President Is Running against Vladimir Putin; SDF Fighter Killed in ISIS Attack; Facebook CEO Calls for More Internet Regulation; "SNL" Skewers the Mueller Report. Aired 5-6a ET


March 30, 2019
• U.K. Parliament Rejects May's E.U. Withdrawal Deal Again; Barr: Congress Will Have Mueller Report within Weeks; Trump Hits Back at Democrats after Mueller Report; U.S. Approves Saudis to Buy Nuclear Tech; Ukrainian Presidential Vote Set for Sunday. Aired 3-3:30a ET
• President Trump Vows to Close U.S. Border with Mexico if Mexican Government Does Not Stop Illegal Immigration into U.S.; Rep. Ted Yoho (R) Florida is Interviewed on President Trump's Proposal to Close U.S.-Mexico Border; Attorney General William Barr Announces Coming Release of Redacted Mueller Report; Rep. Susan Wild, (D) Pennsylvania is Interviewed on President Trump's Claims of Republican Health Care Reform Ideas and Co-Sponsorship of Equal Pay Act; City of Chicago Sends Jussie Smollett Invoice for Close to $130,000 for Costs Related to Investigating Alleged Hate Crime; Georgia State House Passes Restrictive Abortion Ban Bill. Aired 10-11a ET
• U.S. Immigration System at "Breaking Point"; Barr: Congress Will Have Mueller Report within Weeks; U.K. Parliament Rejects May's E.U. Withdrawal Deal Again; Interview with Matthew Doyle, Former Blair Political Director, on the Brexit Process; Algeria Protests; Democratic Candidates Raising Funds ahead of Deadline; Ukrainian Presidential Vote Set for Sunday; Pro-Brexit Protesters Take their Anger to the Streets. Aired 4-5a ET
• U.S. Immigration System at "Breaking Point"; Barr: U.K. Parliament Rejects May's E.U. Withdrawal Deal Again; Israel Braces for Protest at Gaza Border; Georgia Lawmakers Approve Strict Abortion Bill; North Korea Restoring Rocket Launch Site. Aired 5-6a ET
• Beto O'Rourke Announces Launch of Presidential Campaign in El Paso; President Trump Vows to Close U.S. Border with Mexico if Mexican Government Does Not Stop Illegal Immigration into U.S.; City of Chicago Sends Jussie Smollett Invoice for Close to $130,000 for Costs Related to Investigating Alleged Hate Crime; Department of Housing and Urban Development Charging Facebook with Violating Fair Housing Act; President Trump Nominates Former Economic Adviser Stephen Moore to Federal Reserve Board of Governors. Aired 2-3p ET
• Beto O'Rourke to Deliver Speech in El Paso; Trump Threatens to Close Border; Mueller Report Continues to be Examined; Congress Will Get Redacted Mueller Report Within Weeks; CNN Poll: Most Americans Want Mueller Report Made Public; White Supremacist Gang Members Accused of Murder, Kidnapping; Prosecutor "Welcomes" Outside Review of Case. Aired 12-1p ET
• Beto O'Rourke Begins Rallies Talking Immigration as Trump Threatens to Close the Border; O'Rourke Speaks at Rally in El Paso; At Least One Palestinian Killed in Gaza Violence. Aired 1-2p ET
• Emergency Breaking Point That Border Official Said Was About To Hit The Southern U.S. Border; President Stumped Republicans With A Push For The Courts To Strike Down Obamacare Without A Replacement; Trump Administration Are Still Unfilled; Georgia Lawmakers Just Passed A Controversial Antiabortion Bill Called The Heartbeat Bill; The City Of Chicago Wants "Empire" Actor Jussie Smollett To Pay Them $130,000; March Was A Rough Month For Facebook; Drug Lord Joaquin "El Chapo" Guzman Will Be Featured In A Branded Clothing. Aired 4-5p ET
• Immigration Officials Say Breaking Point Is Upon Them Now; CBP Officials to Release Hundreds of Immigrants into Communities from Jam- Packed Processing Centers; Trump Threatens to Close Border as Border Protection Echoes Trump on Border Emergency; El Paso Republican Party Chairman Discusses Immigration, Emergency at the Border; A.G. Barr Says Lawmakers, Public Will See Redacted Mueller Report by Mid-April & Trump Will Not Get Sneak Preview; Immigration Battle Major Focus of O'Rourke Campaign Kickoff; Familiar Names Top New Poll on Democratic Contenders; Pete Buttigieg Has Best Showing in Poll So Far; Palestinians Mark Year of Protests with Gaza Demonstration; Trump Administration Urges Courts to Get Rid of Obamacare Entirely; 9 Pregnant Nurses in Same Unit of Hospital Getting Lots of Attention. Aired 3-4p ET
• Migrant Facilities At Breaking Point; O'Rourke Kicks Off 2020 Bid; Trump Mocks Asylum Seekers; Biden Kissing Allegations; Trump Administration Urges Courts to Get Rid of Obamacare Entirely; George Clooney Calls for Boycott of Brunei for Law Allowing Stoning for Gay Sex, Adultery; WSJ: Boeing Anti-Stall System Activated Before Plane Crashed; Author: Barbara Bush Kept Trump Countdown Clock. Aired 5-6p ET
• Trump Threatens to Close Border; Migrant Facilities At Breaking Point; O'Rourke Kicks Off 2020 Bid; Biden Kissing Allegations; Student Killed After Entering What She Thought Was An Uber; Rolling Stones Postpone Tour; Palestinians Mark Year Of Protests With Gaza Demonstration; Elton John Joins George Clooney In Boycott Of Brunei- Owned Hotels; Video Goes Viral Of Pope Dodging Ring Kisses. Aired 8-9p ET
• Trump Threatens to Close Southern Border Next Week; Congress Will Get Redacted Special Counsel Report within Weeks; Interview with Rep. Jamie Raskin (D) Maryland; Preliminary Finding Reached in Ethiopian Airlines Crash; Pope Mandates Reporting of Sex Abuse Claims in Vatican City. Aired 11a-12p ET


March 29, 2019
• War of Words as Aftermath of the Barr No Collusion Summary; House Intel Chief Not Backing Down; Brexit Talks Went South and Messy; Boeing's High-Tech System Failed; President Maduro Gets Rid of His Opponent; Russia Told U.S. Don't Teach Us Where to Go; U.K. Lawmakers To Vote On Withdrawal Agreement From European Union; Trump rallies his Base, Collusion Delusion Is Over; Major Anti-Government Protests Expected In Algeria; Huawei Earnings; Smartphone Sales Growing Faster Than Samsung, Apple; Remembering the Mosque Attack Victims; Smollett's Attorney No Longer Seeking Expungement. Aired 3-4a ET
• Frustrations among Britons on Both Sides; Tech Giant Tops $100 Billion Revenue; Trump Reverses Course on Special Olympics Cut; U.K. Parliament To Vote On Part Of May's Brexit Deal; Trump Rallies His Base: Collusion Delusion Is Over; Trump Budget Would Have Cut Special Olympics Funding; Memorial Service for New Zealand Mosque Victims; Searching For Hope In Gaza. Aired 1-2a ET
• Trump Disavows Special Olympic Cuts; Autopsy For Fifth Grader Who Died in School Fight; Independent Voters on Barr's Summary of the Mueller Report; Midwest Floods Threaten Drinking Water. Aired 9:30-10a ET
• U.S. Senators Introduce Secure 5g And Beyond Act; Revising Tragedy And Courage Of Grenfell Tower Fire; Wow Air Ends Operations And Strands Customers; Chicago Sends Jussie Smollett $130,000 Bill For Investigation; U.K. Parliament to Vote on Part of May's Brexit Deal; Crisis in Venezuela; Trump Rallies His Base: Collusion Delusion is Over; Trump Goes to Battle with Democrat Adam Schiff; Trump Feud with Puerto Rico Heats Up Again; Investigators Believe Boeing 737 Max Anti- Stall System Activated Before Crash. Aired 2-3a ET
• Trump Takes a Victory Lap Over Russia Hoax; Chicago Mayor Demands Smollett Pay $130K for Investigation Costs; Chicago Mayor, Trump Blast Dismissal of Smollett Charges; Trump Disavows Special Olympics Cuts After DeVos Defends Them; DeVos Reverses Course After Trump Orders Special Olympics Funding; New Details Emerge on Death of a 5th Grader After Fight at School; Cook County State's Attorney's Office: Prosecutor Kim Foxx Never Formally Recused Herself. Aired 9- 9:30a ET
• Release of Mueller Report Expected By Mid-April; Interview With Rep. Raja Krishnamoorthi (D) Illinois; Trump Threatens to Close Border. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• Interview with Former Secretary of Homeland Security Janet Napolitano; Theresa May Loses Third Brexit Vote; New Polls Show Voters Disapprove of Trump's Personality; Trump to Fund Special Olympics After DeVos Statement Backlash. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• U.K. Parliament to Vote on Part of May's Brexit Deal; Trump Budget Would Have Cut Special Olympics Funding; Revisiting Tragedy and Courage of Grenfell Tower Fire; Russia Says Military Specialists Will Stay in Venezuela; Chicago Bills Jussie Smollett $130,00 for Investigation; Man United Appoint Solskjaer on 3-Year Deal; Football Clubs Represented in Esports Event. Aired 12m-1a ET
• Trump Threatens to Close Southern Border Next Week; Trump Mocks Asylum-Seekers Saying It is a Big Fat Con Job; Trump Misleads Public by Saying He's Exonerated on Obstruction by Bill Barr; Trump Reverses Cuts After Devos Spent Three Days Defending the Cuts Trump Presented Her With; UK Further into Crisis as Brexit Deal Falls Again. Aired 2- 2:30p ET
• Justice Department Says the Mueller Report Is Nearly 400 Pages, Will Be Released by Mid April; Interview with Rep. Raja Krishnamoorthi (D), Illinois
• Brexit's Future Uncertain after Key Vote Fails; WSJ: Anti-Stall System Activated Before Plane Crashed; Grand Canyon Tourist Taking Pictures Falls to His Death; Chicago Mayor Sends Jussie Smollett $130,000 Bill; George Clooney Calls for Hotel Boycott Over Stoning & Biden Calls Out Brunei. Aired 2:30-3p ET
• Flooding Threatens Drinking Water In Private Wells In Ten States; WSJ: Anti-Stall Feature Activated In Ethiopian Crash; Court Blocks Another Trump Attempt To Undermine Obamacare; Trump Takes Victory Lap At First Rally After Mueller Report; Chicago Demands Smollett Pay $130,000 For Investigation Costs; Chicago Mayor, Trump Blast Dismissal Of Smollett Charges. Aired 10-10:30 ET
• U.K. Parliament to Vote on Part of May's Brexit Deal; Trump Budget Would Have Cut Special Olympics Funding; Revisiting Tragedy and Courage of Grenfell Tower Fire; Russia Says Military Specialists Will Stay in Venezuela; Chicago Bills Jussie Smollett $130,00 for Investigation; Man United Appoint Solskjaer on 3-Year Deal; Football Clubs Represented in Esports Event. Aired 12a-1a ET


March 28, 2019
• White House Official, No Fresh Plan On Healthcare; Venezuela Crippled By Second Blackout In A Month; Parliament Rejects Brexit Options As May Offers To Resign; Boeing 737 Training Didn't Include MCAS Software; Fleet Of Boeing 737 Max 8's Grounded Globally; State's Attorney Now At Center Of Smollett Case; Random, Senseless Act; Wrapping Up Historic Visit; No Options Left for Theresa May; President Trump Nosedive to Healthcare Issue Without Offering New Plans; U.S. lawmakers Questions FAA and Boeing. Aired 3-4a ET
• Parliament Rejects Alternatives As May Offers To Resign; DUP Leaders Say They Won't Back May's Current Deal; Country Crippled By Second Blackout In Past Month; W.H. Official: No "Fresh" Plan To Replace Obamacare; Democrat Spars With Pompeo Over Kim Jong-un; Growing Far-Right Movement In Europe And Beyond; No Deal Brexit Scenario; U.S. Lawmakers Grill FAA over Relationship with Boeing; Europe Mandates Intelligent Speed Assistance System. Aired 1-2a ET
• Single Winning Ticket Sold In Wisconsin For $768 Million Powerball; Trump Announces FBI And Justice Department Probe Of Jussie Smollett; Now: Devos Faces Lawmakers And Proposed Cuts Of Special Olympics; WH Official: No fresh Plan On Healthcare; Sen. Jerry Nadler (D) NY Says Barr Won't Commit To Releasing Full Mueller Report; Poll: 75 Percent Of Republicans Want Mueller Report Released To Public; Mueller Report: Russia Still A Threat To U.S. Democracy And Elections. Aired 10-10:30 ET
• Amy Klobuchar Announces Infrastructure Plan; No Trump Administration Health Care Proposal?; Jussie Smollett Under Fire. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• Republicans Call for Adam Schiff's Resignation; Analysis of Options for Democrats' Accessing Mueller Report; Facebook to Ban All Support for White Nationalism on its Platforms; Joe Biden Ahead in New 2020 Poll Out This Morning, Republican Support for Trump Holding Steady; Measles Outbreak in New York. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• Nadler: Barr won't Commit to Releasing Full Mueller Report; Theresa May Offers to Resign to Get Brexit Deal Passed; Boeing Introduces 737 Max Software Overhaul. Aired 9:30-10a ET
• Klobuchar Releases Trillion-Dollar Plan on Infrastructure; Donald Trump Jr. Won't Rule Out Run for Office; Puerto Rico's Governor Says Trump Treats Us as Second-Class Citizens; Pentagon Begins Scouting Sites for New Wall Construction; Ex-Yale Women's Soccer Coach Pleads Guilty in College Scam; Students File Class-Action Suit Against Universities. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• Trump Says FBI And DOJ To Review Jussie Smollett Case; Chicago Mayor Says Trump Stay Out of Chicago; Adam Schiff Clashes with Republicans in Russia Hearing; Nancy Pelosi Says Congress Will Not Be Ignored on Mueller Report. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• Brexit Deadlock As U.K. Parliament Rejects Alternative Options; Chicago Police Want Probe Of Smollett's Sudden Release; Jury Awards California Cancer Victim $80 Million; Pope Video Creates Controversy And Laughs. Aired 2-3a ET
• Trump Announces FBI and Justice Department to Probe Jussie Smollett; White House Official Confirms No Fresh Proposal to Replace Obamacare; New Quinnipiac Poll has Biden Leading the Democratic Pack; Senator Amy Klobuchar Announces "Trillion-Dollar" Infrastructure Plan; Jerry Nadler: Barr Won't Commit to Releasing Full Mueller Report; U.S. 4th Quarter GDP in Line with Expectations; Adam Schiff Wants Mueller to Testify Before Congress. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• New Poll: Mayor Pete Buttigieg Rises in Crowded Democratic Field; Florida Mayor Joins Democratic Race for President; In Fiery Exchange Lawmaker to Pompeo: "What's to Like" about Kim Jong-Un; Teen Who Pushed Friend from Bridge Sentenced. Aired 2:30-3p ET
• No Options Left for Theresa May; Inside the Training Simulator for Boeing 737 Max 8; Devastation in Mozambique; Report: Rohingya Crisis a Bonanza for Human Traffickers; Pope Video Creates Controversy and Laughs; Chelsea Women's Team Advance to Semis; Roger Federer, Simona Halep Succeed in Miami Open Matches; Women's Golf Driving Interest; Scientist: Lionel Messi Best Player in the Game. Aired 12m- 1a ET
• No Options Left for Theresa May; White House Official: No Fresh Plan on Health Care; U.S. Lawmakers Questions FAA and Boeing; Devastation in Mozambique; Brexit Deadlock As U.K. Parliament Rejects Alternative Options; Chicago Police Want Probe Of Smollett's Sudden Release; Jury Awards California Cancer Victim $80 Million; Pope Video Creates Controversy And Laughs. Aired 2-3a ET


March 27, 2019
• Theresa May's Political Fate Hangs in a Thread; Attacks Between Israel and Gaza Continues; Mozambique and Zimbabwe Starts to Rebuild Infrastructures; Innocent Lives Taken in a Meaningless War; Airlines Paranoid of Boeing's MAX 8 Issues; U.K. Lawmakers To Vote On Non- Binding Brexit Alternatives; Israel Again Hits Hamas Targets In Gaza; Senator Graham Urge McCain To Give Dossier To FBI; Trump Administration Wants Obamacare Struck Down; Trump Made Humanitarian Situation Worse; Stunning Development In Jussie Smollett Case; NASA Puts History On Hold. Aired 3-4a ET
• Official Says White House Hasn't Seen Mueller Report; Scrutiny of Boeing Safety after Two 737 Max 8 Crashes; Grieving Families Await Relatives' Remains for Burial; $270 million Settlement in OxyContin Case; "Leave" Town Divided over E.U. Migrants; U.K. Lawmakers To Vote On Alternatives To May's Deal; Seven Killed In Yemen Hospital Airstrike; Prosecutors Drop All Charges Against Jussie Smollett; Israel Again Hits Hamas Targets In Gaza. Aired 1-2a ET
• Heated Debate Within Trump Administration Over Obamacare; FAA Faces Grilling from Lawmakers After Deadly Crasher; Prosecutor Who Dropped Smollett's Charges Says Smollett is not Innocent; Prosecutors Drop All Charges Against Actor Jussie Smollett; Rahm Emanuel: It Seems Smollett was Treated Differently Because He's an Actor; Comey Says He's Confused By Mueller's Decision on Obstruction. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• Prosecutors Drop All Charges Against Jussie Smollett; Mozambique Beginning to Rebuild from Cyclone Idai; England Players Suffer Racist Abuse in Montenegro; Euro 2020: Denmark Over Switzerland, Spain Defeats Norway, Argentina Beats Morocco, Brazil Triumphs Over the Czech Republic. Aired 12-1a ET
• McConnell Again Blocks Effort to Release Full Mueller Report; A Head Scratching Question -- Why Did Mueller Punt?; Trump Says If Obamacare Is Outlawed, We Will Have A Better Plan; Theresa May Offers to Resign for A Brexit Deal; Prosecutor Who Dropped Charges, Says Smollett Is not Innocent; Senate to Hold Hearing After Boeing Max Crashes. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• Biden Regrets Anita Hill Hearing and Says, Wish I Could've Done Something; Critics Say Stephen Moore is Wrong Pick for Fed Seat; Buttigieg on What it Would Mean to Be First Gay President; Second Parkland Student to Die by Apparent Suicide Identified. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• White House Official: Heated Debate in Trump Administration Over Obamacare, CNN: Boeing to Brief Pilots, Regulators on 737 Max Software Fix, Prosecutor Who Dropped Charges: Smollett Isn't Innocent, DOJ: Details of Mueller Report to be Issued in weeks, Not Months, Sen. Mitch McConnell (R) Kentucky Again Blocks Effort to Release Mueller Report. Aired 10-10:30 ET
• 2020 Presidential Campaign Analysis of Joe Biden, Donald Trump; Rockland County Bans Unvaccinated Minors in Public Following Measles Outbreak; Overnight Rocket Attack in Gaza Provokes Israeli Response; Betsy DeVos Cuts All Department of Education Special Olympics Funding. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• James Comey Says He's "Confused" by Mueller Decision on Obstruction; Venezuela Faces Second Nationwide Blackout in Less Than Two Weeks; Dissident Group Raided North Korean Embassy in Madrid; Puerto Rico Governor Lashes Out at Trump Over Hurricane Recovery; Aired 9:30-10a ET
• Boeing Unveils Overhaul To 737 Max Software System; Green New Deal Shot Down By Senate; Sen. Mike Lee Weighs In On Fixing Climate Change; Trump Again Snipes At Puerto Rico Over Aid Money; Monica Lewinsky Weighs In On Mueller Report; Biography: Barbara Bush Kept Trump Countdown Clock; Betsy DeVos Defends Cutting Spending To Special Olympics. Aired 2:30-3p ET
• Confusion Over Mueller Report; Trump Pushes to End All of Obamacare; Boeing Officials on Capitol Hill; Trump Administration Proposes Cuts to Special Olympics. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• U.K. Lawmakers To Vote On Alternatives To May's Deal; Israel Again Hits Hamas Targets In Gaza; Scrutiny of Boeing Safety after Two 737 Max 8 Crashes; Yemen Marks Fourth Anniversary of Conflict; Concerns over Russian Military Influence in Venezuela; Israel Strikes Hamas Targets In Gaza After Rocket Hits House; Europe Approves New Internet Copyright Law; European Parliament Votes To Scrap Seasonal Time Changes; All Charges Against Jussie Smollett Dropped. Aired 2-3a ET
• Prosecutors Drop All Charges Against Jussie Smollett; Mozambique Beginning to Rebuild from Cyclone Idai; England Players Suffer Racist Abuse in Montenegro; Euro 2020: Denmark Over Switzerland, Spain Defeats Norway, Argentina Beats Morocco, Brazil Triumphs Over the Czech Republic. Aired 12m-1a ET


March 26, 2019
• British Parliament Sidestepping P.M. Theresa May; Political Vendetta in Washington; Recognition of Israel's Sovereignty Signaled a Sure Win for Netanyahu; Airstrike Launched After Reported Israel-Hamas Ceasefire; U.K. Lawmakers Seize Brexit Process From Prime Minister's Government; Series Of recent Attacks In Mali Possibly Linked To Self- Defense Groups; ISIS Territory Lost But Insurgency Not Defeated; Saudi Sisters Starts A New Life; Voters React To Mueller Findings. Aired 3- 4a ET
• Lawmakers Seize Agenda From May's Government; Netanyahu Vows Tough Response To Rocket Attack; Attorney General: Mueller Finds No Evidence Of Collusion Between Trump Campaign And Russia; Trump: People Have Done Evil, Treasonous Things Against U.S.; McConnell Blocks Resolution Calling For Mueller Report To Be Made Public; At Least 19 Killed in Sudden Intense Downpour; Two Saudi Sisters Begin a New Life of Freedom; Prince Charles' Trip to Cuba. Aired 1-2a ET
• Trump administration wants entire Affordable Care Act struck down, Pelosi tells Dems Barr's summary can't be trusted at face value, Pentagon authorizes $1 billion for wall construction; Democrats object, Now: Senate holds hearing on red flag laws, Chief Justice Roberts denies request to put bump stock rule on hold. Aired 10-10:30 ET
• Trump Administration Wants Entire Affordable Care Act Struck Down; House Democrats Meeting as Party Debates Next Steps; Aired 9- 9:30a ET
• Israel Strikes Back at Hamas; Graham Told McCain to Give Dossier to FBI; Avenatti Charged with Extortion; Purdue Pharma to Settle Lawsuit. Aired 9:30-10a ET
• Kamala Harris Proposes Nationwide Teacher Raise; Trump Moves to Eliminate Obamacare Entirely; All Charges Dropped Against Jussie Smollett. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• Pelosi Tells Dems, Barr Believes Trump's Above the Law; Harris Proposes $13,500 Federal Raise for Every Teacher; NASA Cancels First All-Female Spacewalk for Now; Barr Tells Lawmakers to Expect Report in Weeks, Not Months. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• Parkland Father Jeff Kasky is Interviewed about Gun Control; Boeing 737 Max Running Simulation Tests of Problem Behind Lion Air Crash; Voters in Macomb County, Michigan React to Barr's Mueller Report Summary; President Trump Raising Questions About Current Health Care Policy; Jussie Smollet in Court for Emergency Appearance; Duke to Pay $112.5 Million Settlement After Reports of Falsified Research. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• Prosecutors Drop All Charges Against Jussie Smollett; How Trump Just Made Sure Healthcare Will Decide The 2020 Election. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• El Chapo's Lawyers Want to Question 12 Jurors Who Found Him Guilty; Key Cooperating Witnesses Sign Plea Deal in College Cheating Scam; Daughters of Actress Lori Loughlin Still Enrolled at USC; Ohio Neuropsychologist Has Last Perfect Bracket for March Madness. Aired 2:30-3p ET
• Avenatti Accused of Extortion, Wire & Bank Fraud; 12 Coaches, Sports & Test Administrators Plead Not Guilty; Apple Announces New Content, Including TV Shows and Movies; France Cruise to 4-0 Victory Over Iceland; England Come Back to Thrash Montenegro 5-1; Portugal Frustrated by Serbia in 1-1 Draw; Ferguson Pays NHS Back for Saving His Life; New England Patriots Icon Rob Gronkowski Retires; Lakers, LeBron Shine Despite Playoff Elimination; Jeremy Lamb's Half-Court Heave Saves Hornets. Aired 12-1a ET
• Three Ministers Resign To Join 29-Strong Tory Revolt On Brexit Indicative Votes As It Happened; Mueller Let AG's Office Decide On Obstruction Charges; Mueller Found No Crime, But Did Not Exonerate Trump; Attorney Avenatti Accused Of Extortion, Wire, And Bank Fraud. Aired 2-3a ET


March 25, 2019
• One Thorn is Taken Out from President Trump; Democrats Demands Full Transparency of the Mueller Report; Prime Minister Theresa May Not Giving Up Her Brexit Deal; Rocket Fired in Central Gaza; No Collusion, But No Exoneration; Mueller Investigation Wraps Up; Destruction and Flooding in Aftermath of Cyclone Idai; Deadly Outbreak; First British Royal Visit; Cruise from Hell; ISIS Loses Last Stronghold in Syria; Recession Fears Return to Wall Street; "Us" Movie Has Second-Biggest Opening of 2019; Chance of Severe Storm in the South; Horrifying Mali Attack. Aired 3-4a ET
• Mueller Report: No Evidence of Collusion; May Battles Brexit Coup; Detained Terror Suspects Seek Return to Home Countries; Attorney General release Mueller Probe Conclusions; Special Counsel Did Not Find That Trump Campaign Conspired Or Coordinated With Russia In 2016 Election; Trump Claims "Complete And Total Exoneration"; Kasich: No Collusion Finding Is "Very Good News". Aired 1-2a ET
• British Prime Minister Theresa May Calling For A Second Referendum For Her Brexit Deal; A Rocket Fired From Gaza, Hits Northern Part Of Tel Aviv; Calls Grow For Holding Second Referendum; Theresa May Resisting Calls To Step Down; U.K. P.M. Theresa May Fighting For Political Survival; 134 Killed In Village Attack, Including Children; Prince Charles First British Royal To Visit Cuba; The Mueller Probe Found No Evidence of Collusion; A Victory for Trump. Aired 2-3a ET
• Rep. Ro Khanna (D) California is Interviewed about Democratic Claims of Collusion; Supreme Court Declines Mystery Mueller Case; Mueller Stopped Short of Exoneration of Obstruction; Israel Blames Hamas for Rocket Strike. Aired 9:30-10a ET
• Democrats Demand to See Full Mueller Report; House Judiciary Chair Plans to Call AG Barr to Testify; GOP Feels Vindicated After Release of Mueller Report; Democrats Frustrated After Barr's Letter; William Barr: Mueller Finds No Trump-Russia Government Conspiracy; Trump Claims "Complete and Total Exoneration" from Mueller Report on Obstruction; Attorney General Barr Clears Trump of Obstruction After Mueller Punts; DOJ Official: Mueller was not Consulted on Barr's Letter; Investors Watch for Signs of Recession on the Horizon. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• Father of Sandy Hook Victim Dies By Apparent Suicide; Will Public See Mueller Report?; Michael Avenatti Charged. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• Father of Sandy Hook Victim Dies by Apparent Suicide; A Second Parkland Student Dies of Apparent Suicide; Multiple Rocket Sirens Sounding Near Gaza Border; Democrats Demand the Public Release of Entire Report; Michael Avenatti Charged in Two States, Two Separate Cases; Mark Geragos is Unnamed Co-Conspirator in Avenatti Case. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• Analysis of the Barr Summary of the Mueller Report; Rep. Karen Bass (D) California Is Interviewed About Bill Barr Impartiality; Second Suicide at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School This Week. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• Attorney Michael Avenatti Charged with Extortion, Bank Fraud and Wire Fraud; Robert Mueller Told Justice Department Three Weeks Ago He Could Not Make A Decision on Trump Obstructing Justice. Aired 2- 2:30p ET
• Michael Avenatti Charged In Two States In Two Separate Cases; U.S. Attorney Nick Hanna Spoke Earlier To Reports On California's Charges Against Michael Avenatti; U.S. Attorney Geoffrey Berman Speaks Live On New York's Case Against Michael Avenatti; Suicide Rates Increase Across The U.S.; The Unanswered Questions From The Mueller Report Summary. Aired 2:30-3p ET
• Barr and Rosenstein Made Call Not to Charge Trump with Obstruction of Justice; Trump's Lawyers Interview about Mueller Report; Rocket Fired from Gaza Hits Home in Israel; Theresa May Defying Calls to Step Down; Armed Men Kill 134 in Mali; Cruise Ship Reaches Port After Daring Rescues at Sea. Aired 12-1a ET
• Rep. Jerry Nadler (D) New York plans to call Attorney General Barr to testify, Democrats demand to see full Mueller report, Barr: Mueller finds no Trump-Russia government conspiracy, but Russia clearly inteferred in U.S. elections, Barr intends to release as much as possible from report, DOJ Official: Mueller was not consulted on Barr letter, GOP feels vindicated, Dems frustrated, after Barr letter. Aired 10-10:30a ET


March 24, 2019
• Hundreds of Passengers Airlifted from Stranded Cruise Ship; Plan in Works to Oust Theresa May; U.S. Allies Celebrate ISIS' Territorial Defeat; U.S. Attorney General Reviews Mueller Russia Report. Aired 3-3:30a ET
• Attorney General William Barr Reviewing Mueller Report; Gillibrand Officially Launches Presidential Campaign. Aired 1-2p ET
• U.S. Attorney General Reviews Mueller Russia Report; Hundreds of Passengers Airlifted from Stranded Cruise Ship; Interview with Per Fjeld, Joint Rescue Centre for Southern Norway, on Rescue Efforts aboard the Viking Sky; Plan in Works to Oust Theresa May; U.S. allies Celebrate ISIS' Territorial Defeat; The Cow and the Congressman. Aired 4-5a ET
• U.S. attorney General Reviews Mueller Russia Report; Hundreds of Passengers Airlifted from Stranded Cruise Ship; Interview with Per Fjeld, Joint Rescue Centre for Southern Norway, on Rescue Efforts aboard the Viking Sky; Plan in Works to Oust Theresa May; U.S. allies Celebrate ISIS' Territorial Defeat; The First "First Gentleman." Aired 5-6a ET
• U.S. Attorney William Barr Is Expected To Relay The Principal Conclusions Of The Mueller Investigation To Capitol Hill; Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu Is Scheduled To Meet With President Trump Tomorrow; Senator Kirsten Gillibrand Heads To Trump Tower Right There In New York To Launch Her Presidential Bid; Aired 2-3p ET
• Attorney General Bill Barr Expected To Hand Over Main Conclusions Of Mueller Report To Congress; Attorney General Barr Sends Summary Of the Mueller Report To Congress; DOJ Sent House Judiciary A Very Brief Letter About The Mueller Report; Special Counsel Did Not Find Trump Campaign Or Associates Conspired With Russia. Aired 3-4p ET
• Attorney General Bill Barr Submits Letter of Mueller Probe to Congress; Interview with Rudy Giuliani and Jay Sekulow on the Mueller Report; Aired 4-5p ET
• Summary of Mueller Report, Trump says no collusion, total exoneration. Aired 5-6p ET
• Trump Claims Complete and Total Exoneration; Official: Trump's Camp "Thrilled" by Mueller Report Conclusions; House Judiciary Chairman Says Committee Will Call A.G. Barr to Testify; Special Counsel and DOJ Deliberated Seeking Subpoena for Trump. Aired 7-8p ET
• Four-Page Single-Spaced Summary Was Released By The Attorney General Of The United States On Robert Mueller's Report; Aired 6-7p ET


March 23, 2019
• Mueller Probe Finished, Report Given to Attorney General; U.S.- Backed Troops Take Last Remaining ISIS-Controlled Territory; Zimbabwe Searches for Survivors; Trump's Golan Heights Decision May Impact Israeli Election. Aired 2-3a ET
• U.S.-Backed Troops Take Last Remaining ISIS-Controlled Territory. Aired 3-3:30a ET
• U.S.-Backed Troops Take Last Remaining ISIS-Controlled Territory; Mueller Probe Finished, Report Given to Attorney General; Zimbabwe Searches for Survivors. Aired 4-5a ET
• U.S. Attorney General Preparing Summary of Principal Conclusions from Mueller Report for Congress; Jared Kushner Agrees to Provide Documents Requested by Congress; U.S. Led International Coalition Declares Complete Victory over ISIS; New England Patriots Owner Robert Kraft Releases Statement on Arrest for Solicitation of Prostitution; Kidnapping Survivor Heads Foundation Dedicated to Preventing Child Abduction. Aired 2-3p ET
• Attorney General Reviewing Mueller Report Now; Justice Department Official Says No Additional Indictments Expected; House Democrats to Hold Call on Mueller Report at 3:00 P.M.; Trump Silent on Mueller Report During Mar-a-Lago Weekend; Trump's Legal Woes May Not Be Over; DOJ Not Sending "Principal Conclusions" to Hill Today; 29 Russians and Entities Charged in Mueller Probe; The Long Road of the Russia Investigation. Aired 1-2p ET
• Mueller Report Delivered to Justice Department; A.G. Barr Reviewing Mueller Report Now; Parts of the Mueller Report Could Be Held Back or Redacted; U.S.-Backed Forces Declare Victory Over ISIS in Syria; Hundreds of Thousands March for Second Brexit Referendum. Aired 12-1p ET
• House Democrats Currently Holding Hold Call on Mueller Report; Jared Kushner Agrees to Hand Over Documents in House Obstruction Probe; Many Surprised Barr Could Brief Lawmakers on Mueller Report this Weekend; Will White House Try to Exert Executive Privilege over Some Evidence in Mueller Report; Trump Silent on Mueller Report During Mar-a-Lago Weekend; Trump's Legal Woes May Not Be Over; Rep. John Garamendi (D) of California Discusses the Mueller Report, Democrat's Conference Call; 1,300 People Being Evacuated from Crippled Cruise Ship. Aired 3-4p ET
• Attorney General William Barr Has The Robert Mueller Report; House Democrats Ramping Up Their Fight To See The Full Robert Mueller Report; White House Celebrates End of Mueller Probe but Democrats, SNDY Continue Investigations; Trump Silent on Mueller Report During Mar-a-Lago Weekend; Robert Kraft Speaks Out for 1st Time Following Charges in Prostitution Sting; New Details on How Boeing Promoted the 737 MAX Jet. Aired 4-5p ET
• U.S.-Backed Troops Take Last Remaining ISIS-Controlled Territory; Mueller Probe Finished, Report Given to Attorney General; Zimbabwe Searches for Survivors; Boeing 737 MAX 8 Marketed as Requiring Little Training. Aired 5-6a ET
• Trump Golfs at Mar-a-Lago as Team Celebrates End of Mueller Probe and No Additional Indictments to Come; How People Will Look at the Mueller Report Time Line in the Future. Trump Quiet So Far as Mueller Prove Being Wrapped Up; How Did Roger Stone Associates Get Away with Defying the Special Counsel; A.G. Barr Receives Mueller's Report so What Happens Now. Aired 5-6p ET
• Kid Rock Golfs With Trump After Mueller Report Completed; Barr May Give "Principal Conclusions" To Congress Sunday; Robert Kraft Breaks Silence, Publicly Apologizes To Family, Fans, And Patriots Team For Disappointing Them; Midwest Farmers Reeling From Trump Tariffs And Flooding. Aired 8-9p ET
• Trump Plays Golf in Florida Nation Awaits AG's Move on Special Counsel's Findings; Democrats Renew Demands for Full Mueller Report; Attorney General William Barr Reviews Mueller Report; Who is Special Counsel Robert Mueller; Robert Kraft Breaks His Silence Over Sex Trafficking Case. Aired 9-10p ET


March 22, 2019
• President Trump Overturns Decades' Worth Policy; All Sides Waits for the Mueller Report; ISIS Fights to Death for Their Caliphate; White House Bracing For Release Of Mueller Report; President Trump, Time To Recognize Israel's Sovereignty In Golan; Indonesian Airline Cancels $4.9 Billion Boeing Order; New Zealand Remembers, Pausing To Reflect On The Mosque Attacks Victims; Gimme Thanks, All The Thanks. Aired 3-4a ET
• Contingency Plans Still in Place for a No Deal Brexit; White House Bracing for Release of Mueller Report; Aid Efforts Under Way after Storm Causes Widespread Damage; Pentagon Tells Moscow Tone Down Rhetoric over U.S. Warplane; E.U. Agrees To U.K. PMs Request For Brexit Extension; Country Pauses To Reflect On Victims Of Mosque Attacks; Trump: It's Time For The U.S. To Recognize Israel's Sovereignty Over The Disputed Golan Heights; Trump Denies Trying To Help Netanyahu's Re-Election. Aired 1-2a ET
• Death Toll Jumps In Mozambique Storm As 15,000 Await Rescue; Pentagon Tells Moscow Toke Down-Rhetoric Over U.S. Warplane; Student Pretended To Pray During Bus Hijacking But He Was Actually Calling For Help; E.U. Agrees To U.K. P.M.'s Request For Brexit Extension; E.U. Agrees to Theresa May's Request for Brexit Extension; New Zealand Remembers; White House Bracing for Release of Mueller Report; U.S. Will Recognize Israel Control of Golan Heights; Trump is Facing Criticism Over McCain Comments. Aired 2-3a ET
• Trump Backs Israeli Sovereignty over Golan Heights; Boeing to Lose Indonesian Airline; O'Rourke Continues Campaign Blitz in South Carolina; Farmers Devastated After Floods; Trump Speaks Before Departing for Mar-a-Lago. Aired 9:30-10a ET
• Trump comments on impending Mueller report, Trump defends Israel's clam to Golan Heights, North Korea pulls out liaison office with South Korea, Two U.S. member killed during an operation in Afghanistan, E.U. spokesman says it does not consider Golan Heights to be part of Israel's territory, White House rejects Dem requests for info on Trump-Putin communications. Aired 10:00-10:30 ET
• Virginia Schools Shut Down Over Racially Charged Threats; Mueller Report Release Imminent?; White House Declares ISIS Caliphate 100 Percent Defeated. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• White House Prepping Various Scenarios, Bracing for Mueller Report; Two U.S. Service Members Killed During Operation in Afghanistan; Trump Defends Insults Against McCain; Trump Backs Israeli Sovereignty Over Golan Heights; Boeing to Lose Nearly $5 Billion Deal with Indonesian Airline Over Max 8; Trump Slams McCain for Giving Russia Steele Dossier to FBI. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• Trump Administration Rejects Congressional Oversight Requests; Delegation Heads to China Next Week to Continue Trade Negotiations; For the First Time on Record, U.S. Imports No Oil from Venezuela; Growing Health Concerns After Texas Chemical Plant Fire; Deputy U.S. Attorney for the Southern District of New York to Step Down Next Month. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• Charlottesville Schools Close After Racially-Charged Threat; Insults, Personal Attacks, Civil War Memes, New Low; Ex-Wife of Former Trump Aide Rob Porter Speaks Out; Police Officers Rush to Save Man from Burning Car; Market Plunges as Recession Fears Stoke Investors. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• Trump Says People Won't Stand for Mueller Judging the Presidency; Trump Says He Never Heard About Kushner Using WhatsApp; Trump Says He Would Love to Face Biden or Bernie Or Beto in an Election. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• New Details on How Boeing Promoted the 737 MAX Jet; Supreme Court Holds Meeting on Mystery Mueller Case; New Book Tells How John Roberts Flipped His Vote to Uphold Obamacare; Teachers Shot with Pellet Guns During Active-Shooter Drill. Aired 2:30-3p ET
• New Zealand Honors Mosque Victims; E.U. Agrees to Request for Brexit Extension; Trump, Time To Recognize Israel's Sovereignty In Golan; Powerful Storm Leaves Destruction in Mozambique; Two Cyclones Heading for Australia; Japanese Legend Ichiro Suzuki Retires; Future NBA Players Tip-Off in March Madness. Aired 12m-1a ET


March 21, 2019
• New Zealand Toughen Their Gun Laws; President Trump Continue to Attack a War Hero; American Public Wants Mueller Report to be Out; Boeing 737 Under Intense Scrutiny; British Prime Minister Makes a Last-Minute Effort; New Zealand To Ban Military-Style Assault Rifles; United Kingdom Prime Minister Theresa May Heads To Brussels, Asking To Delay Brexit; Boeing Has Developed Software Patch And Pilot Training Program To Address 737 Max Issues; Similarities Between Lion Air And Ethiopian Airlines Crashes; Aftermath Of Cyclone Idai; New Drug For Postpartum Depression. Aired 3-4a ET
• President Again Attacks Late War Hero John McCain; New Revelations about Lion Air Disaster; New Questions over Renegade Officer's Death; Shock in Shooting Aftermath Gives Way to Shows of Unity; New Zealand To Ban Military-Style Assault Rifle; P.M. May Heads To Brussels To Discuss Brexit Delay; P.M.: I Am Determined To Get On With Brexit; P.M. May: Northern Ireland's Pressure On The DUP's Brexit Vote; Rescuers Face To Save Victims In Mozambique. Aired 1-2a ET
• Hickenlooper's Response to VP Pick; Trump Claims ISIS Defeat; Fed Signals No Rate Increase in 2019; Chickenpox Vaccine and Concerns. Aired 9:30-10a ET
• White House Braces For Impact Over Mueller Report Release; Ex- Trump Aide Hope Hicks To Cooperate With Dem Probe; Trump: McCain Didn't Get The Job Done With The V.A.; Gov John Hickenlooper (D) CO.: Why Aren't Female Democratic Candidates Asked If They'd Pick A Man As VP?; Fmr. Sen. Joe Biden (D) DE. Looks To Gather Support Ahead Of Expected White House Run; Elevated Benzene Levels Found Near Site Of TX. Plant Fire. Aired 10-10:30a ET
• New Zealand Bans Semi-Automatic Assault Rifles; New Revelations about Lion Air Disaster; 8-Year-Old Homeless Boy Wins New York Chess Title; Photo's Social Media Comments Stir Controversy; Japan's Rugby Excitement Already at Fever Pitch. Aired 12-1a ET
• Trump Politicizes Military; Mueller Report Coming Out Soon?; Biden Already Set to Name V.P. Candidate?. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• New Zealand To Ban Military-Style Assault Rifles; Rescuers Race to Save Victims in Mozambique; New Revelations about Lion Air Disaster; Theresa Mays Has Urging Lawmakers To Once Again Back Her Brexit Deal; 51 Students Escape Bus Set On Fire By Driver; U.S. Boosts Military Presence In Europe; President Escalates Feud With Aide's Husband. Aired 2-3a ET
• White House Braces for Impact Over Mueller Report Release; Ex- Trump Aide Hope Hicks to Cooperate with Democratic Probe; Justice Department Issues Subpoenas in Boeing Investigation; FAA: Boeing 737 Max to Get Software Update; Acting Defense Secretary Shanahan Under Investigation Over Boeing Ties; New Zealand Proposes Assault Weapons Ban in Wake of Massacre; Victims in Mosque Shooting in New Zealand Identified; Hickenlooper Under Fire After Flipping Question on Gender Expectations; U.S.-China Trade Talks Set to Resume Next Week. Aired 9- 9:30a ET
• Questions Remain as Boeing Develops Software Patch and Pilot Training; Rep. Katie Porter (D) California is Interviewed on Shifts in Policy From Freshman Members of Congress; Robert Kraft's Lawyers Move to Prevent Public Release of Massage Parlor Surveillance Footage; Trump Claims ISIS Will Be Gone from Syria by Tonight; Flooding in Mozambique. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• Trump Politicizes Military Again Saying, They're on My Side; Kentucky Governor Intentionally Exposed His Kids to Chickenpox; White House Clarifies Trump Comments on U.S. Killing Members of ISIS; Syrian Mother Films Life with Young Daughter Amid Terror. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• White House Bracing for Release of Robert Mueller Report; Trump Says United States to Recognize Israeli Sovereignty over Golan Heights; Elijah Cummings Says Senior White House Officials Using Personal Email to Conduct Government Business; The Risks and Rewards of Biden Revealing A Running Mate on Day One. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• Trump Slams McCain and Inserts Politics into Military; Unlike the U.S., New Zealand Makes Sweeping Changes to Gun Laws after Mosque Attacks; After Voters Chose to Restore Voting Rights of Former Felons New Bill Intends to Derail It; Gravestones Vandalized in Massachusetts Jewish Cemetery with Anti-Semitic Messages, Images. Aired 2:30-3p ET


March 20, 2019
• New Zealand on their Way to Healing; Cyclone Idai Slammed Northern Part of Africa; Possible No Brexit Could Happen in the U.K.; New Zealand Prime Minister To Announce Gun Law Reforms Soon; Prime Minister Theresa May Seeks Brexit Delay as European Union Stands Firm; President Trump Accuses Social Media Companies Of Collusion; CNN Poll, Kamala Harris Climbs To Double-Digit Support; Daring Raid Blamed On Opponents Of Kim Jong-un; Last Soviet-Era Head Of State Steps Down; Resistance Group Allegedly Trying To Topple Kim Regime. Aired 3-4a ET
• White House Misses Deadline for Records; Busy Week for Mueller Team; Erdogan Calls for Rejecting Racism; Lion Air Investigation Details; Off-Duty Pilot Saved Lion Air the Day Before the Crash; Trump's 2020 Re-election Effort; Survivors in Mozambique Await Rescue. Aired 9:30-10a ET
• Trump Accuses Social Media Companies of Collusion; Trump Touts Strong Relationship with Brazil's President; Prime Minister To Announce Gun Law Plan Soon; Prime Minister Praised For Response To Terror Attack; Theresa May Seeks Brexit Delay As E.U. Stands Firm; Mozambique Reeling From The Death And Destruction; 1.7. Million People In Path Of Killer Storm. Aired 1-2a ET
• Trump Meets Brazil Counterpart Dubbed Trump of the Tropics; South Korea Radar, Thermal Camera System Warns Smartphone Zombies Of Traffic. Aired 2-3a ET
• U.S.-Backed Forces: Captures ISIS Fighters Behind Bombing; Ethiopians Walk Through Yemen's War Zone to Find Work; High-Tech Crosswalks Warn 'Smartphone Zombies' of Traffic; Mike Trout Finalizing Record-Breaking $430M Deal; Japanese Star Ichiro Will Play in Tokyo Opener; Interview with Marcel Hirscher on His Future in Skiing. Aired 12-1a ET
• Conway vs. Conway; New Information Emerges on Boeing Crashes; Republican Senator Rebukes Trump Over McCain Attacks. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• CNN Poll Finds Record Voter Enthusiasm for Election; New Report Shows Pilots of Doomed Lion Air Flight Tried to Read Handbook; Biden, Sanders Hold Top Spots in Crowded Democratic Field; Kamala Harris Climbs in Democratic Race, Moves Up 8 Points; Bernie Sanders' Popularity Among All Voters Plummets; Republican Enthusiasm Outpaces Democrats in New CNN Poll; Mueller's Team Requests for Deadline to be Extended; House Oversight Chair Accuses White House of "Stonewalling"; White House Misses Judiciary Committee Deadline to Turn Over Scores of Records as Part of a Sweeping Democratic Investigation; Mike Rogers Interviewed About White House's Refusal to Turn Over Scores of President Trump's Records. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• Mueller Requested Cohen Warrant Six Weeks After Beginning Investigation; FDA Approves First Drug to Treat Postpartum Depression; President Trump to Visit Ohio Tank Manufacturing Plant Today; Voice Recorders Indicate Lion Air Pilots Searched Manual as Boeing 737 MAX Nose-Dived. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• Sen. Johnny Isakson (R), Georgia berates Trump: The McCain family deserves better, Trump's Twitter war with top adviser's husband escalates, Frm. Rep. Beto O'Rourke (D) Texas says small donors fueled record fundraising haul, Frm. Sen. Joe Biden (D) Delaware and Sen. Bernie Sanders (I) Vermont hold top spots in crowded democratic field, CNN poll: Sen. Kamala Harris (D) California climbs in Dem race, jumps 8 points, Mueller team says it's a very busy week in court filing, Aired 10:00-10:30 ET
• Trump now says he doesn't mind if public sees Mueller report; GOP Senator to rebuke Trump over McCain attacks; McCain's daughter on Trump remarks, a new bizarre low; Off-duty pilot saved doomed jet day before crash. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• Off-Duty Pilot Saved Doomed Jet Day Before Crash; Trump Again Attacks the Late Senator John McCain at Event; Democratic Strategist to Biden, Sanders O'Rourke, "Can You Not?"; Clarence Thomas Asks Rare Question in Racial Bias Case. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• Report: Off-Duty Pilot Saved Doomed Lion Air Jet Day Before Crash; Kellyanne Conway Defends Trump in Feud with Her Husband; 1st Successful Drug to Treat Postpartum Depression Comes with Hefty Price Tag; Acting Defense Secretary Under Investigation for Potential Violations of Ethics Agreement. Aired 2:30-3p ET
• U.S.-Backed Forces: Captures ISIS Fighters Behind Bombing; Ethiopians Walk Through Yemen's War Zone to Find Work; High-Tech Crosswalks Warn 'Smartphone Zombies' of Traffic. Aired 12-1a ET


March 19, 2019
• Lawyers Wants to see Bob Mueller's Report First; New Zealand Pushes for Tougher Gun Laws; New Zealand Prime Minister Leads Tributes In Parliament; Mozambique President, Heavy Toll From Cyclone Idai; Race For The White House; Studio Exec Admits He Made Mistakes In Personal Life; Brexit Chaos; Orphans Facing Their Own Crisis In Syria. Aired 3-4a ET
• Trump Goes on Wide-Ranging Online Tirade; Top Film Executive Steps Down over Alleged Improper Behavior; Russia Defiant in Face of U.S., E.U. Pressure; P.M.: Tougher Gun Laws On The Way; Three Dead Five Wounded In Rush Hour Attack; Yellow Vest Rallies To Be Banned In Parts Of France; U.K. Parliament Speaker: May Cannot Resubmit Same Deal; Cyclone Idai Takes Heavy Toll In Southeast Africa; Orphans Facing Health And Mental Issues At Displacement Camp In Syria. Aired 1-2a ET
• Documents on Cohen's Raid Released; Warren Calls to End Electoral College; Captured ISIS Fighters Linked to Suicide Bombing; Aired 9:30-10a ET
• Documents of FBI Raid of Michael Cohen's Home and Office Released; Documents Show Cohen was Paid $500K By Russian-Owned Company While President Trump was in Office; Students Back in School as Firefighters Battle Chemical Fire in Texas; Texas Chemical Fire Expected to Burn for Days; Elizabeth Warren Calls to Nix the Electoral College; Investors to Watch Key Fed Meeting for Economic Outlook; Ex- Trump Attorney Michael Cohen Raid Documents Released. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• Interview with Jamie Dimon; Judge Unseals Documents from Michael Cohen Raid; Justice Breyer Reads Immigration Dissent From the Bench; President Trump Demanding General Motors Reopen Ohio Plant Shut Earlier this Month. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• Should U.S. Move to Popular Vote in Presidential Elections?; Trump Blasts McCain Again; Trump Meets With Brazilian President. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• Trump Says He Is Inclined to Support Brazil Getting NATO Privileges; Trump Holds News Conference with Brazilian President Bolsonaro; Trump Says This Is the Twilight of Socialism; Trump Says Democratic Party Idea of Expanding Supreme Court Will Not Happen. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• GOP's Nunes Sues Twitter, Parody Accounts for Abuse; Trump Claims Social Media Discriminates Against Conservatives; Deutsche Bank Loaned $2 Billion+ to Trump Over Two Decades; Schools Reopen Despite Chemical Plant Still Burning. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• Ex-Trump Attorney Michael Cohen Raid Documents Released; Source: Rosenstein Staying A Little Longer Than Anticipated; Mueller Investigated Cohen For Breaking Foreign Lobbying Laws; Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D) Massachusetts Calls For End To Electoral College; Fmr. Sen. Joe Biden (D) Delaware Weighs Announcing A Running Mate Early; Firefighters Battling Massive Chemical Fire Near Houston. Aired 10- 10:30 ET
• Trump Denies White Nationalism Is on the Rise; Hundreds of Documents from FBI Raid on Cohen's Home & Businesses Released; Prosecutors Offer Robert Kraft a Deal But There's a Catch; CNN Report: Anti-Vaccers Go After Anyone Speaking in Favor of Vaccinations. Aired 2:30-3p ET
• New Zealand Prime Minister: Tougher Gun Laws On The Way; Trump versus Nielsen on Hate Groups; Trump Approval Rating Ticks Up; Brexit Chaos; 'Leave Means Leave' Supporters Marching to Westminster; New Zealand Prime Minister Promises Tougher Gun Laws; Cyclone Idai Takes Heavy Toll in Southeast Africa. Aired 12m-1a ET
• New Zealand Prime Minister: Tougher Gun Laws On The Way; Lawyers Wants to see Bob Mueller's Report First; Orphans Facing Health And Mental Issues At Displacement Camp In Syria; Top Film Executive Steps Down over Alleged Improper Behavior; New Zealand's Prime Minister, Jacinda Ardern And Her Cabinet Promise Tougher Gun Laws; Boeing CEO Records Message To Reassure Flyers; Wall St. Journal: U.S. Transportation Dept. Examining Potential Failures In FAA's Safety Review Process. Aired 2-3a ET


March 18, 2019
• Gun Laws Toughen in New Zealand; Similarities Found Between Ethiopian Airlines and Lion Air Crash; President Trump Does Not believe in the Rise of White Supremacy; Theresa May Full of Optimism; War with No End; Melting Snow Causes Flash Flooding; Borussia Dortmund Fighting Against Racism and Bigotry. Aired 3-4a ET
• New Zealand Prime Minister to Announce New Gun Restriction Proposal Details Soon; Corbyn Vows to Hold No-Confidence Vote if Brexit Deal Rejected a Third Time; Rory McIlroy Wins PLAYERS Championship; Bottas Wins Melbourne Grand Prix Circuit; Napoli Keeper Collapses During Match; Women Dominate Headlines in Skiing World. Aired 12m-1a ET
• PM Jacinda Ardern Faces Toughest Challenge Yet; Trump Facing Criticism for Remarks after Mosque Attacks; Fighting Continues as U.S.-Backed Forces Clash with ISIS; Tropical Cyclone Strikes Southern Africa; NZ Prime Minister Speaks On Gun Control After Attacks; New Zealand Mourns 50 Kikked In Terror Attack; Victims' Families Struggling To Find Closure; New Details On Drone Attack Aimed At Venezuelan President; Videos Show Venezuelan Potters Practicing Drone Attack. Aired 1-2a ET
• New Zealand to Improve its Gun Laws; Two Plane Crashes Being Tied Together; Donald Trump's Stance On Muslims, Fox Host In Spotlight After Mosque Shootings; Students Strike Over Climate Change; Students Protest Inaction On Climate Change; Assassination Attempt on Venezuela's Nicolas Maduro; President Donald Trump Continues to be Criticized; Prime Minister Theresa May Makes a Plea to Lawmakers. Aired 2-3a ET
• Subpoenas Issued in Probe of 737 Max; Floodwaters Swamp Midwest Towns and Highways; Saudi Crown Price Authorized Team to Silence Dissenters; Trump Slams GM over Cuts. Aired 9:30-10a ET
• Manhunt Underway After Gunman Opens Fire on Holland Tram; New Zealand PM Promises New Gun Laws in 10 Days; Trump Launches Twitter Attacks Over the Weekend. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• Democrats Want FBI to Investigate Spa Owner's Ties to Trump; Biden Preparing to Announce Presidential Run?; Trump Blasts Late Senator John McCain; Aides Defend Trump's Mental Fitness and Deny Racism Charges. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• Beto O'Rourke Breaks Fundraising Record in First Week After Announcing 2020 Candidacy; New Visitation Program for Incarcerated Rikers Island Mothers and Their Children; Department of Transportation Subpoenaing FAA for Boeing MAX Approval Documents; Southern District of New York to Release Documents Tomorrow Seized in Michael Cohen Raids; Record Flooding in Nebraska. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• Trump Voices Outrage, Launches Attacks in Deluge Tweets; Police Release Image of Suspect in Netherlands Shooting; New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern: Gun Reforms to be Announced Within 10 Days; Trump Again Attacks Late Sen. John McCain Over Russia Probe, Frm. Rep. Beto O'Rourke (D) Texas Raises Record-breaking $6.1 million in First 24 hours. Aired 10-10:30 ET
• Trump Aides Defend His Mental Fitness and Deny He Is a Racist; McCain's Daughter Says Trump Will Never Be a Great Man; Trump Goes on Tweet binge Over the Weekend; O'Rourke Campaign Raised $6.1 Million in 24 Hours Online; New Zealand Prime Minister Vows Gun Reforms Within 10 Days. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• Dems Want FBI to Investigate Spa Owner's Ties to Trump; While Running Country, Trump Defends Fox Hosts to Made Offensive Remarks; GOP's Steve King Shares Meme of Modern-Day Civil War; New York Times Reports Saudi Crown Prince Ran Secret Drive to Crush Dissenters; Nebraska Town Succumb to Record River Levels. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• New Zealand P.M. Vows Gun Reforms "Within 10 Days"; New Jersey Cracks Down On "Ghost Gun" Assault Rifles; Trump Defends Fox Host Who Made Offensive Remarks; New Study: Taking Low-Dose Aspirin Daily Doesn't Prevent Heart Attacks, Strokes; CNN Goes Inside ISIS' Last Outpost Inside Syria. Aired 2:30-3p ET


March 17, 2019
• White House Damage Control After President Trump's Response To The Massacre In New Zealand; Senator Kirsten Gillibrand Announcing Her 2020 Bid; Beto O'Rourke Is Wrapping Up His First Weekend As A Full Pledge Democratic Presidential Candidate; Death Toll In The New Zealand Mosque Massacre Has Now Climbed To 50; Parts Of The Midwest Are Battling Deadly And Historic Flood Leveling; New Zealand's Prime Minister Vows To Change The Country's Gun Laws Following That Massacre Of Two Mosques; Ethiopian Transport Minister Says The Plane's Flight Recorder Shows Similarities With The Crash Of The Same Model Boeing 737 Max 8 Back In October. Aired 2-3p ET
• Trump Reignites Attacks On The Late Senator John McCain; Acting White House Chief of Staff: Trump Is Not A White Supremacist; Joe Biden Almost Announces He's Running For President; Senator Gillibrand Officially Announces Presidential Run; Growing Criticism of Trump's Response To Mosque Shootings; North Korea Threatens To End Us Talks And Restart Nuclear Tests; Man Arrested In Death Of New York Mob Boss. Aired 3-4p ET
• Doomed Ethiopian Plane's Black Box Found; Mick Mulvaney Defends President Trump Following New Zealand Mosque Attacks; Trump Reignites Attacks on the Late Senator John McCain; Death Toll Rises to 50 After Mass Shootings at Two New Zealand Mosques; Trump Tells FOX News to "Bring Back" Jeanine Pirro. Aired 4-5p ET
• President Trump Tweets About a Comedy Show and John McCain; Ethiopian Plane Crash Similar to Lion Air; Biden Accidentally Says He's Running; Senator Kirsten Gillibrand (D) New York Announces Her Candidacy; New Zealand Government for Tighter Gun Laws; Two Hollywood Actresses on the College Admission Scandal; Mick Mulvaney Defends Trump on White Supremacy Issue. Aired 5-6p ET
• U.S. Border Patrol Agents Overwhelmed In El Paso; Manafort Charged In N.Y. Minutes After Federal Sentencing; Fed Meets Wednesday, Expected To Hold Steady On Rates; 24-Year-Old Man Arrested In Killing Of Frank Cali. Aired 6-7p ET
• Trump Reignites Attacks on the Late Senator John Mccain, Official: Black Box Data Shows Clear Similarities Between Ethiopian Airlines, Lion Air Crashes, Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand (D) New York Officially Announces Presidential Run, Frm. Rep. Beto O'Rourke (D) Texas on Woman VP: That Would Be My Preference, Sen. Amy Klobuchar (D) Minnesota Says I Wasn't Born to Run. But I Am Running, Frm. Sen. Joe Biden (D) Delaware Almost Announces He's Running in Delaware Speech. Aired 7-8p ET
• Trump Reignites Attacks on the Late Senator John McCain; Trump Tells FOX News to "Bring Back" Jeanine Pirro; Senator Kirsten Gillibrand Officially Announces Presidential Run. Aired 8-9p ET
• New Zealand Mosque Attacks; Yellow Vest Protests; Ethiopian Airlines Crash; "Extreme Havoc" as Cyclone Moves Inland from Mozambique. Aired 3-3:30a ET
• New Zealand Mosque Attacks; Yellow Vest Protests; Protests in Madrid; Social Media and Terrorism; "Extreme Havoc" as Cyclone Moves Inland from Mozambique. Aired 4-5a ET
• New Zealand Mosque Attacks; Yellow Vest Protests; Interview with Mustenser Qamar, Imam, on Islamophobia; Guaido Encourages Supporters to Continue Taking to the Streets. Aired 5-6a ET


March 16, 2019
• Gunman Kills 49 in New Zealand Mosque Shootings; Religious Institutions in New Zealand Closing Doors after Shootings; President Trump Comments on New Zealand Mosque Shootings; Reporting Indicate Pilots of Crashed Planes Possibly Battling Automated Systems before Crash; Beto O'Rourke Campaigns for President in Iowa; Analysts Debate President Trump's Comments on Mosque Shootings; Flooding Hits Parts of Midwest; CNN Hero Helps Children Mourn for Lost Loved Ones. Aired 10- 11a ET
• New Zealand Mosque Attacks Suspect Appears in Court; Suspected Shooter Purportedly Posted Anti-Muslim Manifesto; Interview with Salam Al-Marayati, Muslim Public Affairs Council, on Rise of White Nationalism; Facebook Alerted to Suspected Shooter's Live Stream by Police. Aired 12-12:30a ET
• New Zealand Mosque Attacks Suspect Appears in Court; Suspected Shooter Purportedly Posted Anti-Muslim Manifesto; Interview with Paul Spoonley, Pro-Vice Chancellor of Massey University, on Rise of White Nationalism; Work on Ethiopian Airlines Flight 302 Black Boxes Begins; Facebook Alerted to Suspected Shooter's Live Stream by Police. Aired 1-2a ET
• Latest on New Zealand Shootings; Islamophobia and Xenophobia Debated; FBI Saw Uptick In Domestic Terror Arrests At End Of 2018; Muslim Communities Outraged In Wake Of NZ Terror Attacks; Trump: I don't See White Nationalism As A Rising Threat; Beto O'Rourke Kicks Off First Campaign Weekend In Iowa; Beto O'Rourke (D), Presidential Candidate, Speaks About Guaranteed Health Care For All. Aired 12-1p ET
• Authorities Comb Through 87-Page Anti-Muslim Manifesto; Trump Says White Nationalism Is Not A Rising Threat; A.G. Bill Barr Backs Trump as He Signs First Veto to Protect Emergency Declaration; Senate Approves Yemen War Powers Resolution in Rebuke of Trump; Far-Right Groups on the Rise Across the West; Social Media Platforms Scrambled to Remove All Videos of New Zealand Terror Attack; Class-Action Lawsuit Filed in College Admissions Scandal; Trump Slams "Fake Dossier" Despite Several Claims Being Verified. Aired 1-2p ET
• Gunman Kills 49 in New Zealand Mosque Shootings; New Zealand Mosque Gunman Posted Manifesto Online Minutes before Shooting; President Trump Vetoes Congressional Bill against President's National Emergency Declaration; Analysts Examine Inequalities in U.S. Educational System; U.S.-Mexican Border Experiencing Increase in Numbers of Migrants; Retrospective on President Nixon Compares Similarities with President Trump. Aired 2-3p ET
• New Zealand Mosque Attacks Suspect Appears in Court; Suspected Shooter Purportedly Posted Anti-Muslim Manifesto; Interviews with Interview with Levi West, Charles Sturt University; Salam Al-Marayati, Muslim Public Affairs Council; Randy Blazak, Oregon Coalition against Hate Crime, on Rise of White Nationalism; Work on Ethiopian Airlines Flight 302 Black Boxes Begins; Facebook Alerted to Suspected Shooter's Live Stream by Police. Aired 2-3a ET
• New Zealand Begins to Bury 49 Killed in Terror Attack; Accused Gunman Sent Hate-Filled Manifesto to Prime Minister's Office Minutes Before Attack; Uptick of Domestic Terrorism Arrests in U.S.; Trump Punts on White Supremacy after New Zealand Attack; Beto O'Rourke Starts His Presidential Campaign with 2 Apologies; Joe Biden Teases Audience on Presidential Bid; Are More Subpoenas Coming after Robert Mueller Says Not Done with Cooperators Gates & Flynn; Andrew Weissmann Leaving Mueller's Special Counsel; Manafort Wants Prison Sentence Carried Out in Cushy Prison in Cumberland, Maryland; Jack Screw Found at Ethiopian Air Crash Could Link to Indonesia Air Crash. Aired 3-4p ET
• Terror in New Zealand; Trump Punts on White Supremacy Following New Zealand Attacks; Interview with Former U.S. Ambassador to New Zealand Carol Moseley Braun; Trump Signs First Veto to Protect Emergency Declaration; U.S. Mosques on Alert Following New Zealand Terror Attacks; New Evidence Points to Connection with Earlier Disaster; North Korea Threatens to End Talks, Resume Missile Tests. Aired 11a-12p ET
• Death Toll Rises In New Zealand Attack; President Trump On Massacre; Candidates Respond To Massacre; Risky Vs. Safe Presidential Candidates; Boeing 737 Planes; FAA's Inspection Program Under New Scrutiny; Trump Signs 1st Veto to Protect Emergency Declaration; Trump Slams "Fake Dossier" Despite Several Claims Being Verified. Aired 5-6p ET
• Terror Attack In New Zealand; Beto O'Rourke States His Presidential Campaign with 2 Apologies; Biden Expected to Announce 2020 Plans Soon; Sanders Keeps Campaigning After Stiches for Head Wound; New Zealand Police Update on Mosque Attacks Investigation; 19 Black Employees Sue UPS for Discrimination. Aired 4-5p ET
• New Zealand Mosque Attacks Suspect Appears in Court; Suspected Shooter Purportedly Posted Anti-Muslim Manifesto; Facebook Alerted to Suspected Shooter's Live Stream by Police. Aired 3-4a ET
• New Zealand Mosque Attacks Suspect Appears in Court; Suspected Shooter Purportedly Posted Anti-Muslim Manifesto; Facebook Alerted to Suspected Shooter's Live Stream by Police; Interview with Bharath Ganesh, Oxford Internet Institute, on Weaponizing Social Media. Aired 4-5a ET
• New Zealand Mosque Attacks Suspect Appears in Court; Suspected Shooter Purportedly Posted Anti-Muslim Manifesto; Interview with Talha Ahmad, Muslim Council of Britain, on Global Muslim Community's Condemnation of Christchurch Attacks; Facebook Alerted to Suspected Shooter's Live Stream by Police; Interview with Brett Lee, Internet Safe Education, on Weaponization of Social Media; Work on Ethiopian Airlines Flight 302 Black Boxes Begins. Aired 5-6a ET
• CNN International: New Zealand Mosque Attacks Suspect Appears in Court; Muslim Community Reacts to New Zealand Massacre; Interview with Mohammed Shafiq, Ramadhan Foundation, on New Zealand Attacks; Survivors Recount Harrowing Moments of New Zealand Shooting; Police in New South Wales Talking to Suspect's Family, Neighbors in Shock; Yellow Vest Protesters Clash with Police; Venezuela Locked in Political Crisis as Hardships Persist; Social Media Struggle to Remove New Zealand Attack Video. Aired 10-11a ET
• Interview with Sen. Tim Kaine (D-VA), Discussing President Trump's Comments on the Mass Shooting in New Zealand; Death Toll Reaches 50 In New Zealand, 36 Hospitalized; Black Boxes From Ethiopian Airlines Crash Being Analyzed; Omar's Anti-Israel Comments Slammed By Jewish, Muslim Constituents. Aired 8-9p ET
• New Zealand Mosque Attacks Suspect Appears in Court; Muslim Community Reacts to New Zealand Massacre; Survivors Recount Harrowing Moments of New Zealand Shooting; Relatives Mourn the Lost in Ethiopian Airlines Crash; Interview with Zainab Chaudry, Council on American- Islamic Relations, on the Rise of Islamophobia. Aired 12-12:30a ET
• CNN International: New Zealand Mosque Attacks Suspect Appears in Court; Muslim Community Reacts to New Zealand Massacre; More Than 15 Nationalities in Targeted Mosques; Yellow Vest Protesters Clash with Police; Manifesto Mailed to New Zealand Prime Minister Minutes before Attack; Social Media Struggle to Remove New Zealand Attack Video. Aired 1-1:30p ET
• CNN International: New Zealand Mosque Attacks Suspect Appears in Court; Muslim Community Reacts to New Zealand Massacre; More Than 15 Nationalities in Targeted Mosques; Manifesto Mailed to New Zealand Prime Minister Minutes before Attack; "Extreme Havoc" as Cyclone Moves Inland from Mozambique. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• People Of New Zealand Mourn 50 Victims Of Terror Attack, 28- Year-Old Charged With Murder After New Zealand Terror Attack, New Zealand Killer Livestreamed Massacre, Aired 6-7p ET


March 15, 2019
• Multiple Fatalities In New Zealand Mass Shootings; Witness: Gunman Shot From Back Of Mosque. Aired 1-2a ET
• Breaking News, Mass Shooting In New Zealand, Forty People Dead In Christchurch, New Zealand Mosque Attack; New Zealand Under Siege. Aired 3-4a ET
• 49 Killed As Gunmen Open Fire In Two Mosques In New Zealand's Christchurch; New Zealand Prime Minister: 40 Are Dead In Mass Shootings. Aired 2-3a ET
• Multiple Fatalities in New Zealand Mass Shootings; Multiple Fatalities in Christchurch, New Zealand, Mosque Shootings. Aired 12m- 1a ET
• Trump May Publically Veto the Wall Emergency Rebuke; Ethiopian Pilot Knew Immediately of Trouble; Rocket Attack in Israel Likely Mistake. Aired 9:30-10a ET
• At Least 49 Dead, Dozens Hurt In New Zealand Terror Attacks, North Korea Threatens To Suspend Nuclear Talks With U.S., Mueller's Team: Rick Gates Not Ready For Sentencing, Trump To Veto Senate Rebuke On Emergency Declaration. Aired 10-10:30a ET
• 49 People Killed in New Zealand Mass Shooting; North Korea Threatens to Suspend Nuclear Talks; Trump Set to Issue First Veto. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• North Korea Threatens to Suspend Nuclear Talks with U.S.; John Bolton Disputes North Korea Claim that He, Pompeo Created an "Atmosphere of Hostility and Mistrust" at Hanoi Summit; U.S. Police Ramp Up Mosque Patrols After New Zealand Terror Attacks; At Least 49 Dead in Terror Attacks at New Zealand Mosques; A Source Tells CNN Trump May Publicly Veto Wall Emergency Rebuke Today. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• Twelve Republican Senators Vote to Block Trump's National Emergency; Mosque Shooting in New Zealand is Livestreamed as Social Media Companies Release Statements; Sen. Amy Klobuchar (D) Minnesota is Interviewed About Her 2020 Presidential Candidacy. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• Social Media Platforms Scrambling to Remove All Videos of New Zealand Terror Attack; Soon Mosque Terror Attack Suspect in Christchurch Court; Any Moment, Trump Signs His First Veto Upholding National Emergency. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• 49 Dead and Dozens Hurt in New Zealand Mosque Terror Attacks; Terror Suspect Posted 87 Page Manifesto Filled with Anti-Immigrant and Anti-Muslim Rhetoric; Terror Suspect Claims Donald Trump Is A Symbol of White Identity; North Korea Threatens to Walk from Nuke Talks; FBI Says Rising Domestic Terror Arrests. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• Official: FBI Seeing Rise in Domestic Terror Arrests in U.S.; Former VP Al Gore Discusses Mosque Terror Attacks, Trump's Resistance to Climate Change Science, Next Presidential Election; NYT: Ethiopian Airlines Pilot Reported Trouble Shortly After Takeoff. Aired 2:30-3p ET
• At Least 40 People Are Dead, 20 Other Seriously Injured In What New Zealand's Prime Minister Says Is Her Country's Darkest Day. Aired: 4-5a ET
• A Man In His Late 20s Has Been Charged With Murder In New Zealand Following What The Prime Minister Called An Extraordinary And Unprecedented Act Of Violence; Mohan Ibn Ibrahim, Witness To Mosque Shooting Interviewed. Aired: 5-6a ET


March 14, 2019
• Students Say No to Modern Day Slavery; Appeal Denied for Second Kim Jong-nam Murder Suspect; Interview with Huawei CEO Ren Zhengfei; Massive Winter Storm; U.K. Parliament To Vote Thursday On Brexit Delay; U.S. Orders Grounding Of Boeing 737 Max 8 And 9 Planes; Manafort Hit With New Charges Moments After Sentencing; Trump Feels "Badly" For Manafort, Pardon Question Open. Aired 1-2a ET
• Ethiopian Black Boxes Sent to France to be Examined; U.S. Joined Many Countries Banning Boeing 737 MAX 8; British Parliament to Vote for Brexit Extension; Youth Campaigns to End Modern Day Slavery; Appeal Denied For Second Kim Jong-nam Murder Suspect; U.S.-China Relations; Huawei Being Singled Out As Security Threat; Massive College Admission Scandal; Inside The Prison Where Manafort May Serve Time; Russia Lashes Out At Actions By U.S. House; A Day Against Modern-Day Slavery. Aired 3-4a ET
• Manafort Hit with New Charges Moments after Sentencing; At Least One Death from Massive Winter Storm; U.N.: Civilization in Peril from Catastrophic Climate Change; Last Two Quarterfinal Spots in Champions League Decided; Golf's Unofficial 5th Major Set to Tee Off; Hamilton Hoping for Third Straight F1 Title. Aired 12-1a ET
• Beto O'Rourke Running for President; Senate Votes to Block Trump's Emergency Declaration. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• U.K. Parliament To Vote Thursday On Brexit Delay; U.S. Orders Grounding Of Boeing 737 Max 8 And 9 Planes; Appeal Denied for Second Kim Jong-nam Murder Suspect; Interview with Hisyam Teh Poh Teik, Attorney for Doan Thi Huong, Accused of Kim Jong-nam Murder; Students Say No to Modern Day Slavery; Russia Lashes Out At Actions By U.S. House; Students Raise Awareness Of Modern-Day Slavery; At Least One Death From Massive Winter Storm. Aired 2-3a ET
• Trump Says Bowing Under Great Pressure to Figure It Out Fast; Graham Blocks Senate Vote for Public Release of Mueller Report; Pelosi Doubles Down that Impeachment Isn't Worth It; Two Rockets Fired from Gaza Towards Israel; Federal Prosecutors Want E-mails Between Cohen and Lawyer. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• Sen. Ben Cardin (D) Maryland is Interviewed About Congressional Oversight of Trump's Emergency Declaration; President Trump Announced Grounding of Boeing 737 MAX Planes Yesterday; 420 Members of the House Approve Resolution to Release Mueller Report to the Public; Director and Producer of "Tricky Dick" is Interviewed About CNN Original Series. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• Fmr. Rep. Beto O'Rourke (D) Texas Joins Crowded 2020 Democratic Field, Senate Set To Rebuke Trump On National Emergency Declaration, Soon: Stone Could Face Consequences In Court For Book Release, November 5th Trial Date Set For Ex-Trump Adviser Roger Stone. Aired 10-10:30 ET
• Beto O'Rourke Speaks and Takes Questions in Iowa After Launching 2020 Presidential Bid; O'Rourke: Any of the 2020 Democratic Candidates Would Be Far Better Than Trump. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• O'Rourke Declares Candidacy, Meets with Iowa Voters; O'Rourke in Iowa; Whitaker Didn't Deny Talking about Cohen Case. Aired 9:30-10a ET
• Any Moment the Senate to Rebuke Trump Over His Emergency; Trump Sees Emergency Vote as Loyalty Test; Beto O'Rourke Says Any 2020 Democrats Far Better Than Trump; Mueller's Lebron James of Laundering Investigators to Leave; GOP Senator Changes His Mind, He Will Side with Trump on Emergency. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• GOP Sen. Thom Tillis Changes Mind, Will Vote with Trump on Emergency Declaration; Class-Action Lawsuit Filed in Biggest College- Admission Scam in U.S.; The Man Behind the College-Admissions Scandal; Beto O'Rourke Launches Campaign, Hits Trail in Iowa; Senate Passes Resolution to Block Trump's National Emergency. Aired 2:30-3p ET


March 13, 2019
• Cardinal Pell Gets Six Years on Child Sex Charges; Families Grieving Loss of Loved Ones for Plane Crash; Wealthy Parents Coaches Accused in Massive Fraud; ISIS On Verge Of Losing Last Syrian Stronghold; Lawmakers Rejects PM's Latest Deal With E.U. Leaders; 2013 CNN Report: Boeing 787 Dreamliners Grounded Globally Due To Fire Risk; U.S. Regulators Resist Calls To Ground Boeing 737 MAX 8. Aired 1-2a ET
• Syrian Democratic Forces Eager to Retake Last ISIS-stronghold Territory; Prime Minister Theresa May Faces Another Defeat; No Basis to Ground Boeing 737 Max 8; From Cardinal to a Convicted Felon; Heaviest Bombardment Yet On Last ISIS Holdout; ISIS On Verge Of Losing Last Syrian Stronghold; U.K. Parliament Reject Prime Minister's Latest Brexit Deal; Growing Safety Concerns Over Boeing 737 Max 8; Accused Of Cheating The System; A Unique Candle Technique. Aired 3-4a ET
• Paul Manafort Faces Second Sentencing; Matthew Whitaker Returns to Capitol Hill to Clarify Previous Testimony; Rep. Mary Gay Scanlon (D) Pennsylvania is interviewed about Paul Manafort's second sentencing, Matthew Whitaker and Michael Cohen's Congressional Testimony, and Nancy Pelosi's comments about impeachmen; At Least 5 Pilots in U.S. Raised Concerns About Boeing 737 Max 8; FAA: No Basis to Order Grounding of Boeing 737 Max 8 Jets; Wall Street Journal Blames Software-Fix for 737 Max was Delayed in Part By Government Shutdown; Ex-Trump Campaign Chief Paul Manafort Faces Second Sentencing. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• Manafort in Court for Sentencing; College Admissions Scandal Update; Senate Vote on Yemen War; Cardinal Pell Sentenced to Six Years. Aired 9:30-10a ET
• New Michael Cohen E-Mails Revealed; Manafort Gets More Time, More Charges; Boeing 737 MAX 8 Grounded. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• Venezuelan Prosecutor Investigates Guaido Over Power Outage; Heaviest Bombardment Yet on ISIS Holdout; Ronaldo Looks to Rescue Juventus' European Dreams; Thunder's Russell Westbrook Confronts Jazz Fans; Tiger Woods Feels Healthy Ahead of PLAYERS Championship. Aired 12-1a ET
• Theresa May's Brexit Deal Rejected By U.K. Lawmakers; Wealthy Parents, Coaches Accused In Massive Fraud; Join The Fight Against Modern-Day Slavery On March 14; Nairobi's Impoverished Children Find Hope In Ballet. Aired 2-3a ET
• New York City Prosecutors Charge Manafort Immediately After D.C. Sentencing; Manafort to Serve 7.5 Years Total; CNN Obtains Emails Michael Cohen Gave Congress to Bolster His Claim A Pardon Was Dangled by Trump; Canada Grounds Boeing 737 MAX Jets; Trump Bans MAX Jets. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• Ex-Trump Campaign Chief Faces Second Sentencing; Group of GOP Senators Pushing Proposal That Would Limit Future National Emergency Declarations, Trump Headed For Clash With Congress Over 2020 Budget; Interview With Rep. Tom Reed. Aired 10-10:30 ET
• New Emails Detail Backchannel Between Giuliani and Cohen; Actress Lori Loughlin Turns Herself in Over Cheating Scam; FAA Says Data Aligns Ethiopia Flight Data to Lion Air Accident; U.K Lawmakers Narrowly Reject No-Deal Brexit; United Nations Report, Earth's Environment Deteriorating Rapidly, Time Running Out. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• Live Coverage and Analysis of Paul Manafort Second Sentencing Hearing; FAA Has Not Yet Grounded the Boeing 737 Max 8. Aired 10:30- 11a ET
• Trump Orders Grounding of Boeing 737 MAX Planes; Trump Speaks to Reporters after Grounding of Boeing 737 MAX Planes; New York Files Charges Against Manafort Minutes after 2nd Sentencing. Aired 2:30-3p ET


March 12, 2019
• Prime Minister Theresa May Optimistic with Her New Brexit Deal; More Children to Feed with Less Resources; Boeing Planes Grounded Over Ethiopian Airlines Crash; United Kingdom Parliament Set To Vote On Prime Minister's Latest Brexit Deal; Cockpit Voice And Data Recorders Found In Ethiopia Crash; Sorrow And Alarm After Deadly Plane Crash In Ethiopia; Battle Rages Over Syria's Last ISIS Enclave; Benjamin Netanyahu Comments Spark Backlash; CNN Freedom Project. Aired 3-4a ET
• Parliament Set to Vote on PM's Latest Deal with E.U.; Pelosi: Impeachment Too Divisive Though Trump is Unfit; Maduro Blasts Power Outage as Electric Coup; Experts Warn of Huawei Tech in Cell Towers; May Claims To Clinch Legally Binding Changes To Deal; Parliament Set To Vote On PM's Latest Deal With E.U.; Sorrow And Alarm After Plane Crash In Ethiopia; Crash Renews Safety Concerns For Boeing 737 MAX 8; U.N. Mourns Death Of Members Killed In Ethiopia Crash; ISIS Bride Trying To Return To U.K. Aired 1-2a ET
• Countries and Airlines Ground Boeing Jets; Investigation into Trump Projects; Venezuelan Orphanages Hit With Food Shortages; Carlson Offers No Apologies. Aired 9:30-10a ET
• First White House Briefing in 42 Days; Netanyahu: Non-Jewish Israeli Citizens Not Real Citizens; Zidane Returns at Real Madrid Manager; U.S. Women's Team Sue U.S. Soccer Over Gender Discrimination. Aired 12-1a ET
• Data and Voice Recorders Are Recovered in Ethiopian Airlines Crash; Algerian Pres. Bouteflika Will Not Seek Fifth Term; Maduro Blasts Power Outage As "Electric Coup"; U.S. President Trump On Getting It Right, Or Wrong. Aired 2-3a ET
• FFA And Boeing Are Standing By This Particular Type Of Plane So Far; Ethiopians, Forensic And International Teams Walking Methodically Through The Crash Sight To Find Any Forensic Evidence; A Lot Of People Awaiting To See If Joe Biden Will Run For President; Democrats Want To Hear About A Green New Deal. Pilots And Flight Attendants Voicing Their Opinion Publically About Their Concerns Of The Safety Of The Boeing 737 Max 8. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• Cheating Scam; Brexit Deal Suffers Another Huge Defeat; Pelosi Comes Out Against Impeachment. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• Theresa May's Brexit Deal Suffers Another Huge Defeat; Second Flight Attendant Union Calls for Grounding Max 8 Jets; U.S. Regulators Resist Call to Ground Boeing Max 8; U.S. Pulls Out Remaining Staff as Blackout Deepens Desperation in Venezuela; Cheney Rips Pence, Compares Trump Foreign Policy to Obama. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• Top Dems supporting Pelosi's stance against impeachment, Rep. Nancy Pelosi (D) Maryland says, impeaching Trump is just not worth it, U.K. bans Boeing 737 Max 8 planes form U.K. airspace, Frm. Sen. Joe Biden (D) Delaware teases possible president run as Dems await his decision, Rep. Stacey Abrams (D) Georgia considers possible presidential bid in 2020, Aired 10-10:30 ET
• Interview with former Ohio Gov. John Kasich on 2020 Budget, Green New Deal; Overnight Air Strikes in Syria to Push Out Remaining ISIS Forces; United Kingdom Grounds its Boeing MAX Airplanes Following Ethiopian Airlines Crash; Paul Manafort to Face Second Sentencing Hearing Tomorrow; Dozens of Federal Arrests Today for College Entrance Exams Racketeering. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• FBI Charges Wealthy and Celebrities in College Entrance Scheme; Book Says Ivanka Trump Isolated from Dad During Childhood; House Democrat Says Can't Give the Impression Were Fixated on Impeachment; United States Regulators Resist Call to Ground Boeing MAX 8. Aired 2-3:30p ET
• Airplane Controversy; New Book on Ivanka Trump and Family; Thunder Player Clashes with Utah Jazz Fans. Aired 2:30-3p ET
• Top Dems supporting Pelosi's stance against impeachment, Rep. Nancy Pelosi (D) CA. says, impeaching Trump is just not worth it, U.K. bans Boeing 737 Max 8 planes form U.K. airspace, Frm. Sen. Joe Biden (D) Delaware teases possible president run as Dems await his decision, Rep. Stacey Abrams (D) Georgia considers possible presidential bid in 2020, Aired 10-10:30 ET


March 11, 2019
• Guaido: Country Has Collapsed after Major Blackouts; Brexit in Peril if PM's Deal Fails; India's General Election Will Be Held from April 11; My Freedom Day; Indonesian Accused Of Killing Kim Jong-nam Released; Search For Answers After Ethiopian Airlines Crash; Boeing Faces Safety Questions After Second Crash Of Brand New 737 Make Within Five Months; Ethiopia; U.S. Allies Again Attack Terrorists' Last Syria Enclave; CNNI On The Front Lines In Eastern Syria. Aired 1-2 ET
• Ethiopian Plane Tragedy Killed 157 People; Venezuela's Crippling Economy Worsen by Blackouts; Siti Aisyah Breaths the Air of Freedom; U.S. Watches North Korea; World Headlines; Budget Battle Looms Over Trump's 2020 Spending Plan; Countdown to Brexit: Deal, No Deal or Delay?; ISIS Clinging to Syrian Enclave; India Gears Up to Vote; Kane Tanaka of Japan is Now the World's Oldest Living Person. Aired 3-4a ET
• Suspect Siti Aisyah Released After Charge Dropped; U.S. Allies Again Attack Terrorists Last Syria Enclave; CNN On The Front Lines In Eastern Syria; U.K. Defends Stripping Female ISIS Member Of Citizenship; Donald Trump Getting Ready for Another Fight; Nicolas Maduro Says his Country May Have Collapsed; a Horrific Ethiopian Airlines Crash; the Trial for Murder Suspect in the Murder of Kim Jong-Un's Brother. Aired 2-3a ET
• Trump Demands $8.6 Billion for Border Wall in 2020 Budget; Trump's Budget Calls for 5 Percent Reduction in Domestic Spending; Trump Maintains Strong Approval Rating Among Republicans in New Poll; Markets Mixed Over Concerns of Global Growth; Boeing Faces Safety Questions After Second 737 Crash in 5 Months; Trump Demanding $8.6 Billion for Border Wall in 2020 Budget. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• Trump Maintains Strong Approval; Biden and Sanders in Polls; Schiff Wants Trump to Testify; Manafort's Second Sentencing; Assault on Last ISIS Stronghold; Fox News Rebukes Pirro. Aired 9:30-10a ET
• Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand Under Fire; Major Airlines Ground Boeing 737 MAX 8 After Crash; Trump Unveils Budget Proposal. Aired 3- 3:30p ET
• Power Outages Leading to Deaths in Venezuela; U.S. Allies Again Attack ISIS Stronghold; Parliament to Vote Again on Brexit Deal; Player Attacked by Spectator During Aston Villa Game; Molinari Wins Arnold Palmer Invitational; Sam Bird Stripped of Controversial Hong Kong Win. Aired 12-1a ET
• Iowa Poll Finds Strong Support for Sanders and Biden, Trump Holding Steady Among Republicans; Li Yang Funded Trump Campaign, Brought Chinese Businessmen to RNC Event; Interview with Venezuelan Opposition Leader Juan Guaido; Following Yesterday's Crash, Boeing Issues Public Statement on Safety of Boeing 737 MAX 8; Senate Set to Reject Trump's National Emergency Declaration. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• Tucker Carlson unapologetic after misogynistic audio surfaces, Airlines ground Boeing 737 Max 8 planes after Ethiopia crash, Trump demanding $8.6 billion for border wall in 2020 budget, Aired 10:00- 10:30 ET
• White House Briefing as Trump Demands 8.68 Billion More for A Border Wall; Major Airlines Ground Boeing's 737 Max 8; "Fox" Condemns Host After She Questioned Omar's Hijab; Spa Founder Brought Chinese Clients to Trump Fundraiser. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• Sen. Gillibrand Defends Handling of Sex Harassment Allegations; Democrats Pick State for 2020 Conventions that Clinton Neglected; Reporter Fires Back After Omar Says He Distorted Her Comments; Juan Guaido, Venezuelan Opposition Leader Says 17 People Murdered by Government Amid Blackouts; Coast Guard Officer Accused of Planning Attack Pleads Not Guilty. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• White House Holds First Briefing in 42 Day; White House Claims Trump Didn't Say Democrats Anti-Jewish; White House on Trump claim that Cohen Asked for Pardon; Trump Demanding $8.6 Billion for Border Wall in 2020 Budget. Aired 2:30-3p ET


March 10, 2019
• Maduro and Guaido Hold Rival Rallies amid Blackout in Venezuela; Interview with William Spindler, UNHCR, about the Plight of Venezuelan Refugees; Future of Brexit Hard to Read; Turkish Airlines Turbulence Injuries Dozens; Manafort Faces Second Federal Sentencing; New Poll of Democratic Hopefuls. Aired 3-3:30a ET
• New Poll of Democratic Hopefuls; Maduro and Guaido Hold Rival Rallies amid Blackout in Venezuela; Turkish Airlines Turbulence Injuries Dozens; Future of Brexit Hard to Read; R. Kelly Released from Jail; U.S. Women's Soccer Team Files Equal Pay Lawsuit; Ethiopian Airlines Boeing 737 Crash. Aired 4-5a ET
• President Trump Is Requesting Some $750 Billion From Congress For Defense Spending ISIS Fighters Try To Keep Control Of One Of Their Last Strongholds; Deadly Plane Crash In Ethiopia; Former Owner Of A South Florida Spa Where Patriots Owner Robert Kraft Allegedly Solicited Sex Acts; A Woman Is Recovering After She Was Attacked By A Jaguar At An Arizona Zoo; Eight Democratic Hopefuls Are Back On The Campaign Trail; J-Rod Is Engaged. Aired 2-3p ET
• Trump's Budget To Request Additional $8.6 Billion For Border Wall; New Poll: Biden, Sanders Lead 2020 Democratic Field In Iowa; Fierce Battle For Last ISIS Stronghold In Syria; Boeing 737 Crashes In Ethiopia Killing All 157 On Board; Delaney: "I Do Worry" About Dems Moving Too Far To The Left; Black Arkansas Lawmaker Slams "Stand Your Ground" Bill; Senator Stephanie Flowers (D) Arkansas Is Interviewed About Gun Laws; "The Bush Years: Family, Duty, Power" Airs Tonight At 10 ET, PT. Aired 3-4p ET
• New Poll Has Joe Biden and Bernie Sanders Leading Democratic Field in Iowa; Trump's Budget to Request Additional $8.6 Billion for Border Wall; Fierce Battle for Last ISIS Stronghold in Syria. Aired 4- 5p ET
• Biden, Sanders Lead Democrats in Iowa Poll; Trump Asks Congress for New Wall Funds; Assault on Last ISIS Enclave in Syria; Boeing 737 Crashes in East Aftica, No Survivors; Young Democratic Presidential Hopefuls; Former Spa Owner on Alleged Trump Access; Elie Honig Answers Cross-Exam Questions on Manafort; Elizabeth Warren's Proposal Regarding Tech Giants. Aired 5-6p ET
• 2020 Race In Texas Tonight; Another Disaster For Boeing After A Flight Carrying More Than 150 People Crashes Overseas; Final Assault On ISIS In Syria Has Begun. Aired 6-7p ET
• Ethiopian Airlines Boeing 737 Crash; Maduro and Guaido Hold Rival Rallies amid Blackout in Venezuela; U.K. Faces Backlash after ISIS Bride's Baby Dies; Interview with Dal Babu, Former London Metro Police Chief Superintendent, on ISIS Grooming and Recruitment; New Poll of Democratic Hopefuls; Theresa May to Hold Summit over Knife Attacks; Interview with Leroy Logan, Former Superintendent with London Metropolitan Police, about Knife Attacks; Interview with Alex Macheras, Aviation Expert, about Ethiopian Airlines Crash. Aired 5-6a ET


March 09, 2019
• Pro-Government and Anti-Government Protests Erupt in Venezuela; North Korea Rebuilds Missile Launch Site; Interview with Re. Brendan Boyle (D-PA); Democratic House of Representatives Passes Bill to Curb Political Corruption; Former Owner of Day Spa in which Robert Kraft Arrested for Solicitation Spotted in Photos with President Trump and Trump Campaign Officials; Democratic House Passes Anti-Discrimination Resolution; Imprisoned Former Pharmaceutical CEO Possibly Illegally Using Cellphone to Continue Directing Business; U.S. Soccer Women's National Team Suing for Equal Pay and Treatment with Men's National Team. Aired 10-11a ET
• Possible Activity at a North Korean Weapons Site; Chinese President May Skip U.S. Trip; Trump's Contrasting Views on Cohen and Manafort; More Families Added to Separation Lawsuit; Venezuela Recovering from Major Power Outage; Northern Ireland Dissatisfied with Unity Process; Wife of American Hostage in Iran Criticizes U.S. Failures; Netanyahu's Likud Base Backs Him as Charges Loom; Duchess of Sussex Speaks about Female Empowerment; Inside the Epic Apollo 11 Moon Landing. Aired 3-4a ET
• Possible Activity at a North Korean Weapons Site; Trump's Contrasting Views on Cohen and Manafort; George Conway Digs at Trump in Rare Public Appearance; Congressional Anti-Hate Resolution; U.K. Risks Never Leaving E.U. if Deal Rejected Again; Interview with Andrea Leadsom, Leader, House of Commons, on Brexit. Aired 4-5a ET
• Pro-Government and Anti-Government Protests Erupt in Venezuela; Rolling Power Outages Continue in Venezuela; Former Ambassador to Venezuela Charles Shapiro Interviewed about Trump Administration Policy towards Venezuela; Plane Diverted Due to Possible Internal Fire; Congressman Denny Heck (D) Washington Interviewed about Michael Cohen's Testimony before Congress; Potential Democratic Presidential Candidates to Attend South by Southwest Festival; Paul Manafort to Face Second Sentencing Trial; Former Owner of Day Spa in which Robert Kraft Arrested for Solicitation Spotted in Photos with President Trump and Trump Campaign Officials. Aired 2-3p ET
• O'Rourke Soon to Take Stage at South by Southwest as Democrat Candidates Cross the Country; 2 Democrat Candidates Aim to Become Youngest U.S. President Ever; Democratic Presidential Hopefuls Canvas Country to Court Voters; Harris: We Must Speak Truths about Painful Racial Past to Heal; R. Kelly Released from Jail After Paying Back- Child Support; Maduro Threatens "Strong Response" to U.S. Aggression; "Empire" Star Indicted on 16 Felony Counts over Phony Beating; Fight to Defeat ISIS' Self-Declared Caliphate Grinding Down. Aired 1-2p ET
• O'Rourke Soon to Take Stage at South by Southwest as Democrat Candidates Cross the Country; Trump Presidency Overwhelmed with Political Scandals Even Before Mueller Report; Democrats Contemplate Adding More Supreme Court Justices if Next President is Democrat; Democrats Investigations Target Trump's Entire World; Polls: 45 Percent Believe Trump Committed Crimes in Office, 64 Percent Believe Committed Crimes Before Presidency, Republican Approval at 86 Percent; Analysts Say Kim Jong-Un Possibly Preparing New Launch; Miami Herald: Trump Watched Super Bowl with Former Spa Owner Linked to Patriots' Owner Robert Kraft's Arrest; Signs of Hate Rise at Parks, on Sidewalks, at Schools. Aired 3-4p ET
• Emergency Landing at Newark Forces Airport Shutdown; North Korea May Be Preparing Missile or Satellite Launch; Interview with Rep. Stacey Plaskett (D) U.S. Virgin Islands; "Empire" Star Indicted on 16 Felony Counts over Phony Beating; Trump's Former Chief of Staff Sounding Off; Husband of White House Counselor Hits Trump on Rule of Law. Aired 11a-12p ET
• Campaign Trail Wind Up Through The South By Southwest Festival In Austin, Texas; House Of Representatives This Week Passed A Resolution To Formally And Officially Condemn Hatred And Intolerance Aimed At Jews, Muslims, Ethnic Minorities And Homosexuals; New California Governor Lashes Out at Trump on National Emergency; Feds Probe Martin Shkreli After "WSJ" Reports He Used Contraband Cell Phone to Run Drug Company from Jail; U.S. Women's Soccer Team Players Sue for Equal Pay. Aired 4-5p ET
• Possible Activity at a North Korean Weapons Site; Bill Shine to Resign as White House Communications Adviser; Trump's Contrasting Views on Cohen and Manafort; Venezuela Recovering from Major Power Outage; Manafort Braces for Second Sentencing Next Week; Netanyahu's Likud Base Backs Him as Charges Loom; U.K. Risks Never Leaving E.U. if Deal Rejected Again; Duchess of Sussex Speaks about Female Empowerment. Aired 5-6a ET
• House Overwhelmingly Passes Anti-Hate Resolution In Wake Of Rep Omar's Controversial Comments On Israel; Soon: R. Kelly To Be Released From Jail After Posting Bond; Cyber Security Firm: N.K. Hackers Target "Critical" U.S. Infrastructure. Aired 12-1p ET
• Demonstrations Continue in Venezuela as Almost Entire Country in Blackout; El Paso Mayor Wants Washington to Hear What's Really Happening on Border; R. Kelly Released from Jail After Paying Back- Child Support; "Empire" Star Indicted on 16 Felony Counts over Phony Beating. Aired 5-6p ET
• R. Kelly Released From Jail After Paying Back Child Support; Trump Watched Super Bowl With Ex-Owner Of Spa Linked To Robert Kraft Arrest; Satellite Images Reveal Activity At North Korean Rocket Facility; Alex Trebek's Announcement Puts Spotlight On Pancreatic Cancer. Aired 8-9p ET


March 08, 2019
• Paul Manafort Will Not Spend the Rest of His Life in Jail; Disappearance that Left Deep Scars; Hate Begets Hate; Paul Manafort Sentenced To 47 Months In Prison; U.S. General, ISIS Threat Far From Over; North Korea Border Issues And Trade Deficit Haunt Trump; United Kingdom's Messy Divorce; Blackout Leaves Most Of Venezuela In Darkness; U.K. Royals Take Action Against Markle Trolls; Racist Posts Rose After Markle Announced Pregnancy; The Queen Of Instagram; A Wintry Danger, Avalanches Bury Vehicles, Close Roads In Colorado. Aired 3-4a ET
• Paul Manafort Sentenced To 47 Months In Prison; Trump Admin Hopeful For Denuclearization In First Term; U.S. General: Threat From ISIS Is Far From Over; Minister Responds to CNN Film Exposing Forced Labor in Ghana; Interview with Kojo Oppong Nkrumah, Ghana's Information Minister; British Royal Family Fights Online Abuse against Markle; "Brave Girl Rising". Aired 1-2a ET
• Paul Manafort Sentenced To 47 Months In Prison; Brewing Scandal Threatens Canadian P.M.'s Future; Avalanches Bury Vehicles Close Roads In Colorado; Apple CEO Changes Twitter Name After Trump Flubs It; Paul Manafort Sentenced to Prison; U.S. House Passes Anti-Hate Resolution; ISIS Fighters Now Surrendering Are Unrepentant, Unbroken and Radicalized; Trump Admin Hopeful for Denuclearization in First Term; U.K.'s Messy Divorce; Putin Cracks Down on Foreign Agents and Americans. Aired 2-3a ET
• Rep. Debbie Mucarsel-Powell (D) Florida is Interviewed about the Resolution Condemning Bigotry; Nationwide Blackout in Venezuela; Families of MH-370 Demand Answers; Warren Wants Big Tech Splits; Trump Speaks Ahead of Alabama Trip. Aired 9:30-10a ET
• Elizabeth Warren Vows to Break Up Giant Tech Companies; Trump Communications Director Resigns; Outrage Grows Over Manafort Sentence. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• U.S. Economy Adds Only 20,000 Jobs in February; Trump Departs for Alabama After Deadly Tornadoes Hit State; Paul Manafort Sentenced to Nearly Four Years in Prison; Michael Cohen Sues Trump Organization Over Unpaid Legal Bills; Democrats' Spat Over Congresswoman Omar Reveals Divide in Party. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• Trump: House Vote On Anti-Hate Resolution Disgraceful; House Passes Condemning Anti-Semitism, Bigotry; Today: Dems To Vote On Plan To Expand Voting Rights. Aired 10-10:30 ET
• U.S. Added 20,000 Jobs in February; Accused Kidnapper of Jayme Closs Details Planned Guilty Plea in Letter Sent to Local Television Station; Rise in Anti-Semitic Hate Crimes Across America; In CBS Interview, Martha McSally States There is Work to Do in Addressing Sexual Assault in the Military. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• Trump Says Cohen Directly Asked for A Pardon; Trump Says Democrats Have Become an Anti-Jewish Party; Why Did 23 Republicans Vote Against the Anti-Hate Resolution?; Interview with Rep. Jamie Raskin (D-MD); Trump Says I Feel Very Badly for Ex-Campaign Chief Manafort. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• Clinton Impeachment Rivals Spar Over Mueller Investigation; Ken Starr Says the DOJ Should Be Able to Indict A Sitting President; Anti- Semitism And Racism Rising in United States Schools; Trump Watched Super Bowl with Ex Owner of Spa Linked to Robert Kraft's Arrest. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• Trump: "I Feel Very Badly for" Ex-Campaign Chief Manafort; Trump Repeats False Claim Judge Said No Collusion with Russia; Trump Says Democrats Have Become "Anti-Israel", "Anti-Jewish" Party; Democrats May Investigate Kushner's Troubled 666 Fifth Avenue Property; Fight to Defeat ISIS' Self-Declared Caliphate Grinding Down. Aired 2:30-3p ET
• Putin Cracks Down on Critics; New Film Show Moon Landing Mission in Vivid Detail; Arsenal Lose First Leg to Rennes 3-1; Interview with Grant Dalton, CEO of Emirates Team New Zealand, on America's Cup Prep; Paul Manafort Sentenced to 47 Months in Prison; ISIS Threat Far from Over; North Korea Documentary Shows Successful Hanoi Summit; British Prime Minister Urges E.U. to Compromise on Irish Backstop; Putin Cracks Down on Foreign Agents and Americans. Aired 12m-1a ET


March 07, 2019
• Trump Under Pressure As Democrats Ramp Up Probes; Cohen Provides More Documents To Congress; Huawei Suing U.S. Government Over Federal Ban; Knife Attacks A National Crisis In Britain; U.S. Journalist Detained In Caracas, Released Hours Later; Homeland Security Chief Defends Immigration Policies; "Jeopardy" Host Battling Stage 4 Pancreatic Cancer; U.S.-Backed Forces Say 30,000 Have Fled ISIS Enclave; Reports of Will Smith's New Role Sparks Backlash. Aired 1-2a ET
• Michael Cohen Ditching His Ex-boss; Huawei Sues U.S. Government; More Lives Lost in Eastern Syria; Knife Attacks Escalates in U.K.; Ex-Lawyer Hands Over Documents On Trump Tower Moscow; Huawei Suing U.S. Government Over Federal Ban; U.K. Respond To Multiple Suspicious Packages; Ballooning U.S. Trade Deficit; Crisis In Venezuela; Hate Propaganda On The Rise; A Plan For Privacy; Orbital Adventure. Aired 3-4a ET
• House To Vote Today To Condemn Anti-Semitism, Today: Manafort Could Get 25-Year Sentence For Fraud Convictions, Senate Intel Chair Sharply Criticizes Cohen Over Pardon Talks, CNN: Cohen Provides Documents Showing Edits To His False 2017 Testimony On Moscow Project Allegedly Made By Trump Lawyer; Sen. Martha McSally (R) Arizona Reveals She Was Raped While In The Military; Interview With Rep. Debbie Dingell. Aired 10-10:30 ET
• Democrats Struggle amid Omar's Comments; R. Kelly Behind Bars over Unpaid Child Support; Sen. Bob Menendez (D) New Jersey is Interviewed about Saudi Arabia. Aired 9:30-10a ET
• Democrats Debate Anti-Hate Resolution; Interview With Former Gov. John Kasich (R) Ohio; Sherrod Brown Not Running For President; Manafort Learns Fate. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• House to Vote on Anti-Hate Resolution Amid Dem Chaos; Judge Sentencing Trump's Ex-Campaign Chair Paul Manafort; Cummings Says, I Told Cohen I Would Nail Him to a Cross if He Lied. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• Trump Administration Reports 471 Parents were Deported Without their Children; John Bolton: Trump Open to Talking Again with Kim; Satellite Images Show New Activity at North Korean Missile Site; Democrats Struggle to Unite Amid Uproar Over Omar's Israel Comments; Investors Look for Direction as Market Opens. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• Statistics and Commentary as Sen. Martha McSally Speaks Publicly About Rape and the Military; Alex Trebek Diagnosed with Stage IV Pancreatic Cancer; Senator Lindsey Graham to Bring Gun Control Legislation Before Judiciary Committee on March 26th; Facebook Announces Major Overhaul to Emphasize Privacy and Cross-Platform Communication. Aired 10:30-11:00a ET
• Ex-Fixer Michael Cohen Sues the Trump Organization; Sentencing for Paul Manafort Today; Senator Sherrod Brown Not Running for President; Biden's Team Says 95 Percent Committed to A 2020 Run; House to Vote on Anti-Hate Resolution; The Breadth of Trump Scandals Even Before The Mueller Report. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• The Breadth of Trump Scandals Even Before the Mueller Report; "THE BUSH YEARS" Follows the Emergence of George H.W. Bush; Ex-White House Chief of Staff Breaks with Trump Immigration Policies; Palace Cracks Down on Online Trolls Attacking Meghan Markle; Jared Kushner Meets with Foreign Leaders Without U.S. Embassy Representation. Aired 2:30-3p ET
• Hillary Clinton Uses Mean Girls Clip To Hit Back At Donald Trump In Election Row. Aired 2-3a ET
• U.S. Backed Forces Say 30,000 Fled ISIS Enclave; U.S. Journalist Detained in Caracas, Released Hours Later; R. Kelly in Jail for Not Paying Child Support; Manchester United Beat PSG 3-1 in Paris; FIFA May Expand World Cup to 48 Teams. Aired 12-1a ET


March 06, 2019
• Carlos Ghosn is Out of Prison; New Threats Emerge in London; White House Dismisses Democrats' Piling Allegations; Anti-Semitism Causes Party to Shatter; North Korean Cyber Threat; Presidential 2020 Election Threats; Russian Threat, Gas Pipeline Sparks Major Political Struggle; Trudeau Battles Corruption Scandal; Singer R. Kelly Charge; Donald Trump And The American Flag. Aired 3-4a ET
• New York Subpoena's Trump Organization's Insurance Broker; GM Ends Production at Ohio Plant; R. Kelly Says He's Fighting for His Life; Federal Budget Deficit Jumps in 2019. Aired 9:30-10a ET
• Michael Cohen Arrives on Capitol Hill for More Testimony; Trump Allegedly Pressured Staff to Give Ivanka Trump Top Security Clearance; White House Rejected Democrats' Request for Jared Kushner Clearance Documents; Rep. Raja Krishnamoorthi (D) Illinois Interviewed About Jared and Ivanka Kushner's Security Clearance and Michael Cohen's House Intelligence Committee Testimony; Rep. Raja Krishnamoorthi (D) Illinois Interviewed About House Democrats Probe of Trump Organization; Trump slams Democrats for Sweeping House Investigations; Satellite Images Show North Korea Rebuilding Missile Facility; GM Stops production at Ohio Plant; R. Kelly Decries Sexual Allegations Scandal; DHS Secretary to Testify Before Congress on Border Security; New York State Regulators Subpoena Trump Organization's Insurance Broker; Michael Cohen Back on Capitol Hill Today to Give Closed-Door Testimony. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• Venezuela's Guaido in Talks With Unions to Call Public Sector Strike; North Korea Rebuilding Missile Test Site; U.S. Launches Broad Scope Investigations; Fight against ISIS; Interview with Maj. Gen. Asif Ghafoor, Pakistani Military Spokesperson, on the Threat of War Remaining between Pakistan and India. Aired 2-3a ET
• Michael Cohen Back Before Congress; North Korea Rebuilding Missile Site?; DNC Bans FOX News From Hosting Debates. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• Live Coverage and Commentary of Kirstjen Nielsen's Testimony Before House Homeland Security Committee. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• U.S. federal deficit up 77 percent from 2018, DHS Secretary Nielsen faces grilling by House Dems, Cohen resumes testimony before House Intel Committee, Rep. Adam Schiff (D) California says Trump doesn't know what oversight looks like, Rep. Rashida Tlaib (D) Michigan says she plans to file impeachment resolution this month, Satellite images show new activity at North Korean missile site, Sen. Chris Van Hollen (D) Marlyland plans to write DOJ to get to the bottom of report that Trump tried to block AT&T-Time Warner merger, Aired 10- 10:30 ET
• Report: North Korea Rebuilding Missile Test Site; Former Nissan Chair Carlos Ghosn Pays Bail In Japan; U.S. House Launches Broad Scope Investigations; Trump calls Investigations "Presidential Harassment"; Hundreds Of Terrorist Fighters Surrender In Eastern Syria; CNN Speaks To Widow Of Jihadist Linked To Paris Attacks. Aired 1-2a ET
• Cohen Provided Documents Showing Edits to 2017 False Testimony He Made; Trump Pushed Staff to Grant Security Clearance to Daughter; Homeland Security Chief Grilled about Family Separations And Sexual Abuse; Interview with Rep. Elissa Slotkin (D) Michigan; A Second Judge Blocks Trump's Census Citizenship Question; War Escalates Over Document Demands And Will Likely Go to The Supreme Court; North Korea Missile Site Activity After Failed Trump Talks. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• Rubio to Saudi Ambassador Pick, MBS has Gone Full Gangster; R. Kelly Screams, Fights Back at Sexual Abuse Charges; GM Plant Closing as Iconic American Job Nears Extinction; Trump Endorses Many Brands, But Brands Don't Endorse Back. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• Second Person Enters Sustained HIV Remission; Donald Trump Embraces American Flag, Literally; Real Madrid Crash out to Ajax in Epic Home Loss; Man UTD Seek Paris Miracle after 2-0 Home Loss. Aired 12-1a ET
• North Korea's Last-Minute Attempt to Get Trump Back to the Table; Ex-Clients Granted Requests Under Acting Interior Chief; WAPO: Trump's High School, College Transcripts Were Hidden; Sen. Martha McSally (R) Reveals Her Rape by a Superior Office While in Military. Aired 2:30-3p ET
• Second Person Enters Sustained HIV Remission; Donald Trump Embraces American Flag, Literally; Real Madrid Crash out to Ajax in Epic Home Loss. Aired 12-1a ET


March 05, 2019
• Ousted Nissan Chairman Carlos Ghosn Granted Bail; Opposition Leader Juan Guaido Returns To Venezuela; China's Annual Parliament Meeting Underway; Congressional Inquiries Of Trump Launch With Broad Scope; Trump Lashes Out At Opponents As Investigations Launch; Fight Against ISIS; World War II Pope; Deadly Tornadoes Hit Southern U.S.; Remembering Luke Perry; Investigations Piling Up Against President Trump; Nissan Chief Bails Out; Rock Star Welcome Given to Juan Guaido; Two Leaders, One Playbook. Aired 3-4a ET
• Ousted Nissan Chairman Carlos Ghosn Granted Bail; Congressional Inquiries Of Trump Launch With Broad Scopes; Opposition Leader Juan Guaido Returns To Caracas; Children Of Terror Group Members Returning To France; U.N. To Look At Its Handling Of Myanmar Crisis; Trump Reportedly Tried to Block AT&T/Time Warner Merger; Netanyahu Echoes Trump in Fighting Graft Charges; China's Annual Communist Party Meeting Underway; Powerful Tornadoes Kill 23 People in Southern U.S.; Actor Luke Perry Dies at Age 52 after Massive Stroke; Icon Takes on Streaming over the Theatrical Experience. Aired 1-2a ET
• North Korea Hackers Targeted the U.S. During Summit; Alabama Storm Victims Identified and Search Continues for Victims; Teen Who Defied Parents and Got Vaccinated Testifies on Capitol Hill; Doctor Tortured in Saudi Arabia. Aired 9:30-10a ET
• Trump Blasts Dems' Docs Request As Big Fat Fishing Expedition, Rep. Jerry Nadler (D) New York Says Trump Has Attacked Core Functions Of Democracy, Senate Poised To Rebuke Trump, Block National Emergency Declaration, Gov. Jay Inslee (D) Washington Says He Raised Over $1 Million In 48 Hours, Aired 10-10:30 ET
• Vatican to Open WWI-Era Secret Archives; Luke Perry Dead at 52; Balotelli Celebrates Goal Live on Instagram. Aired 12-1a ET
• Venezuela's Juan Guaido Returns Home, Calls For More Protests; China's Annual Parliament Meeting Underway; Father Of Pell Victim Considers Civil Lawsuit; Powerful Tornadoes Kill 23 People In Southern U.S. Aired 2-3a ET
• White House Pushes Back on Investigations; Trump Organization's Insurance Broker Hit With Subpoena; Most Voters Believe Trump Committed Crimes. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• Rep. Jamie Raskin (D) Maryland Interviewed About House Democrats' Investigations Into President Trump's Business and Political Life; Democrats Launch Sweeping Trump Probe, Demand Documents from 81 Players; David Axelrod: Democrats Documents Request "Plays into the Witch-Hunt Meme"; North Korea Hackers Targeted the U.S. During Trump-Kim Summit; Investors Pay Close Attention to U.S.- China Trade Negotiations. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• Second HIV-Positive Patient Goes into Remission Following Stem Cell Transplant; Testimony by Ethan Lindenberger and New Study Out Showing No Link Between Vaccines And Autism; NSA Phone Surveillance Program Likely to End; General Scaparrotti Testified Before Senate Armed Services Committee That He Lacks Sufficient Russian Intelligence; House to Vote on Resolution Tomorrow Condemning Anti- Semitism. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• Adam Schiff Hires Ex-Prosecutor Who Fought Russian Organized Crime; White House Official Hints Trump May Assert Privilege in Document Demands; Cohen's Lawyer Talked Possible Pardon with Trump Team; Democrats Call for Criminal Investigation into Kushner's Clearance; Did Roger Stone Just Violate His Gag Order?; Trump Response to Democratic Probes Expanding. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• Trump Organization's Insurance Broker Hit with Subpoena; Graham Says Trump Thinks Dems Want to Take "Wrecking Ball to His Life"; Will Trump Fight Demand for Translators form Putin Chats; Beto O'Rourke Call for Nationwide Legalization of Pot; California Attorney General Won't Charge Cops in Stephon Clark Shooting. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• Trump Lashes Out at Rep. Ilhan Omar over Anti-Semitic Comments; White House Rejects Demands for Security Clearance Documents Noticeable Absence of Women Championship Teams at White House. Aired 2:30-3p ET


March 04, 2019
• Battle Rages to Take Terror Group's Last Syrian Enclave; E.U. Departure Set to Lead to More Customs Regulations; SpaceX Crew Dragon Docks with Space Station; Cohen Says Trump Ordered Him to Hide School Records; At Least 23 Killed In Alabama In Outbreak Of Storms; U.S. House Committee Launches Obstruction Of Justice Probe; Lawmakers Vote Enough To Block Emergency Declaration; Interview with John Bolton; Opposition Leader To Return Home Monday For Protests; Bolton: Meeting Was Unquestionable Success For Us; White House National Security Adviser Says N. Korea Owes Full Explanation About Otto Warmbier's Death. Aired 1-2a ET
• CFO Fights Back Against Canada; Tornado Ripped Southern U.S.; Jackson Abuse Cases Comes Back; Mothers Nature Batters Southern U.S.; More Investigations Piling Up; Joint Military Drills Resumes; Tensions Rising Between Venezuelan Leaders. Aired 3-4a ET
• Venezuela's Juan Guaido Plans To Go Home Despite Safety Concerns; New Film Lays Out Abuse Allegations Against Michael Jackson; It's Carnival Time Around The World; U.S. Politicians Commemorate Alabama Civil Rights March; An Outbreak of Terrible Tornados is Sweeping Across the United States; Jerry Nadler Believes Donald Trump Obstructed Justice; U.S. and South Korea About to Resume War Drills; Juan Guaido Set to Return to Venezuela; A Look at ISIS' Last Enclave in Eastern Syria. Aired 2-3a ET
• Hickenlooper Joins Race; New Polls on Democratic Candidates; Guaido Risks Arrest; Mounting Evidence as Probes Expand; DOJ Pressured to Block Merger. Aired 9:30-10a ET
• House Democrats Prepare to Expand Obstruction Probe; Senator Rand Paul to Oppose President Trump's Emergency Declaration; Senate Poised to Rebuke Trump's Emergency Declaration; New Yorker: President Trump Directed Former Economic Adviser to Pressure DOJ to Block AT&T- Time Warner Merger; U.S.-South Korea Cancel Major War Games to "Support Diplomatic Efforts" with North Korea; Former Colorado Governor Hickenlooper Joins Crowded Democratic Field Running for President in 2020; Interview with Sen. John Kennedy (R-LA); At Least 23 Dead After Tornadoes Rip Through Alabama; Winter Storm Forces Schools to Close in New York and Boston. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• Deadly Alabama Tornadoes; Venezuela's Opposition Leader Returns; Congress Ramping Up Trump Investigations. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• At Least 23 Dead After Tornadoes Rip Through Alabama, House Dems to Expand Obstruction Probe, Guaido Vows to Risk Arrest to Join Opposition Protests. Aired 10-10:30 ET
• Juan Guaido May Soon Re-enter Venezuela, Encouraging Opposition to Nicolas Maduro; Justice Department Disputes Hoda Muthana's Citizenship Status; John Hickenlooper Enters 2020 Presidential Race; Democratic Congressmen Calling Out Ilhan Omar After More Public Comments on U.S.-Israel Relationship; Part Two of HBO Documentary "Leaving Neverland" Airs Tonight. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• Smaller U.S.-South Korea Military Drills Start Monday; Bolton: North Korea Needs to Come Clean on Warmbier's Death; Family Believes U.S.-Saudi Dual National Tortured; Liverpool See Title Hopes Dented after Draw; Roger Federer Claims 100th Career Title; Some Countries Threatening to Boycott Rugby World Cup. Aired 12-1a ET
• Opposition Leader Returns to Venezuela Despite Arrest Threats; Democrats Demand Documents from 81 People; Trump Ordered His Aid to Pressure Department of Justice Over CNN Merger; Deadly Alabama Tornado with 170 MPH Winds; Survivor to Grandson, Tell God, Thank You; More Republicans Are Voting Against Trump's National Emergency. Aired 2- 2:30p ET
• Self-Proclaimed President returns to Venezuela, Despite Arrest Concerns; New Yorker, "The Making of the Fox News White House"; American Citizen Jailed, Tortured in Saudi Arabia; Actor Luke Perry, Star of Beverly Hills 90210", Dead at 52; Michael Jackson Accused of Molesting 2 Boys in Explosive HBO Documentary. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• Ex-Colorado Governor Jumps into Crowded 2020 Democratic Field; Hillary Clinton Sounding Alarm on State of the Country; Democrats to Present Anti-Semitism Resolution Following Israeli Comments Made by Rep. Ilhan Omar; House Judiciary Committee Requests Documents from over 60 Individuals to Start Trump Probes; "New Yorker": Trump Intervened to Stop in AT&T/Time Warner Merger; Actor Luke Perry Dies at Age 52. Aired 2:30-3p ET


March 03, 2019
• Trump Caps off Dismal Week with Long, Rambling Speech at CPAC; No Charges for Stephon Clark Killers; People Cross Venezuelan Border Illegally after Last Week's Clashes; "Brexit Heartland" Frustrated by Political Stalemate. Aired 3-3:30a ET
• Trump Caps off Dismal Week with Long, Rambling Speech at CPAC; U.S. Allies Attack ISIS' Last Syrian Enclave; No Charges for Stephon Clark Killers; Interview with Benjamin Crump, Clark Family Attorney; U.S.-South Korea Military Drills Start Monday; People Cross Venezuelan Border Illegally after Last Week's Clashes; Europe's Biggest Port Bracing for No-Deal Brexit. Aired 4-5a ET
• U.S. Allies Attack ISIS' Last Syrian Enclave; Trump Caps off Dismal Week with Long, Rambling Speech at CPAC; Bernie Sanders Holds First Major Campaign Rally; No Charges for Stephon Clark Killers; Interview with Cheryl Dorsey, Retired LAPD Sergeant, and Andrew Cherkasky, Criminal Defense Attorney; U.S.-South Korea Military Drills Start Monday; Tension in Kashmir Region; 20K Children Living in Slavery in Ghana. Aired 5-6a ET
• Republican Senator Rand Paul Now Saying He Will Vote To Block President Trump's Emergency Declaration; Democrats Vowing To Ramp Up Their Investigations Into President Trump; National Security Adviser John Bolton Fiercely Defending President Trump's Decision To Walk Out Of Kim Summit; Several 2020 Democratic Hopefuls Are Gathering In Selma, Alabama To Mark Civil Rights March; Family Of A Dual U.S.-Saudi Citizen Being Held In Saudi Arabia Claim He Has Been Tortured; The Family Of An Unarmed Black Man Fatally Shot By Sacramento Police Outraged No Charges Decision. Aired 2-3p ET
• Senate Poised To Vote Against Trump's Wall Declaration; Dems Plan To Launch Probe Of Trump's "Abuse Of Power"; Nadler: Very Clear President Trump Obstructed Justice; Trump Blasts Dem Harassment, Claims Cohen Lied In Testimony. Fmr. Trump Business Associate Felix Sater To Testify Before Congress; Bolton On North Korea: "No Deal Is Better Than A Bad Deal"; 2020 Hopefuls In Selma To Mark 1965 "Bloody Sunday"; Crowd Walks In "Bloody Sunday" March In Selma; Bolton: North Korea Summit Was Not A Failure; Hillary Clinton Calls Out Voter Suppression In Selma; March Across Edmund Pettus Bridge On Anniversary Of "Blood Sunday". Aired 3-4p ET
• Senator Rand Paul to Vote Against Trump's Emergency Declaration; March Across Edmund Pettus Bridge on "Bloody Sunday" Anniversary; Aired 4-5p ET
• Chairman Nadler to Probe Trump on Abuse of Power; 2020 Democratic Presidential Candidates Join Bloody Sunday March; Stephon Clark's Killers Not Charged; Venezuelans Cross River Border; Trump Criticizes Critics with Speech at CPAC; Elie Honig and Legal Questions on Cross Exam. Aired 5-6p ET
• Tornado Destruction In Lee County, Alabama; Chair Of The Judiciary Committee, Jerry Nadler Was Saying It's Very Clear That The President Obstructed Justice; Key 2020 Democrats Gathering In Selma, Alabama To Mark The Solemn Anniversary Of 1965's Bloody Sunday. Aired 6-7p ET
• A Number of Fatalities, Many Injured in Tornadoes; Nadler to Seek Documents From Over 60 People in Trump's Circle; Trump's National Emergency Faces Another Senate Opposition; Bolton: "No Deal is Better Than Bad Deal." Aired 7-8p ET


March 02, 2019
• Warmbiers Lash Out at Trump; Kim Jong-un Returns to Pyongyang; Osama bin Laden's Son Emerging as Al Qaeda Leader; Celebrations Mark Return of Indian Air Force Pilot; Manafort Asks for Leniency before Fraud Sentencing; Cohen Testimony May Spark More Hearings; U.S. Military Exercises Target Terrorism in Burkina Faso; Butterfly Sanctuary Fights Construction of U.S. Border Wall. Aired 3-4a ET
• Parents Of Otto Warmbeir Give A Sharp Rebuke For President Trump; Michael Cohen Will Return For Additional Testimony; Questions Surround The Methods Used To Get Kushner's Clearance; An Indian Air Force Pilot Is Released After Being Held Captive By Pakistan On Friday; Hamza Bin Laden, Son Of Osama Bin Laden Is Now On The United States State Department's Most Wanted List. The U.S. Is Now Emerging As A New Leader In Al-Qaeda; Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu In Political Fight Over Corruption Charges; Self-Proclaimed Interim President Juan Guaido Says The Transition Is Under Way Right Now To Remove President Nicolas Maduro From Office. Aired 2-3a ET
• Democratic Presidential Candidate Bernie Sanders to Hold Rally in Brooklyn; Reporting Indicates President Trump Had Jared Kushner Granted Top Secret Security Clearance; Interview with Rep. Brenda Lawrence (D-MI); Melania Trump to Embark on Three-State Tour Promoting Be Best Initiative; San Francisco Giants CEO Larry Baer's Altercation with Wife Caught on Video; Scientists Testing Genetic Modification to Immunize Mice from Lyme Disease. Aired 10-11a ET
• President Trump Gives Speech to CPAC; President Trump Criticizes Green New Deal During CPAC Speech; Democratic Presidential Candidate Bernie Sanders to Hold Rally in Brooklyn; Senator Cory Booker to Give Speech in Selma, Alabama; Interview with Rep. Carolyn Maloney (D-NY); Representative Ilhan Omar Criticized for Comments Related to Israel. Aired 2-3p ET
• Warmbiers Lash Out at Trump; Trump Demanded Kushner Get Top Secret Clearance; Celebrations Mark Return of Indian Air Force Pilot; SDF Final Push against ISIS as Civilians Get Out; Manafort Asks for Leniency before Fraud Sentencing; Political Rival Urges Netanyahu to Resign; CNN Exposes Child Slavery on Ghana's Lake Volta; SpaceX Launches First-Ever Demo of Crew Dragon Capsule. Aired 4-5a ET
• Trump Demanded Kushner Get Top Secret Clearance; Warmbiers Lash Out at Trump; Manafort Asks for Leniency before Fraud Sentencing; Celebrations Mark Return of Indian Air Force Pilot; Osama bin Laden's Son Emerging as Al Qaeda Leader; Cohen Testimony May Spark More Hearings; One Dead in Algerian Anti-Government Rallies; Biden Responds to Backlash after Praising Pence; Pentagon Sends Space Force Proposal to Congress; SpaceX Launches First-Ever Demo of Crew Dragon Capsule. Aired 5-6a ET
• Sanders Kicks Off 2020 Presidential Campaign in Brooklyn; Trump Slams Russia Probe, Dems, Jeff Sessions & Rallies Base; ; Trump Rallies Base as Sanders Rolls Out 2020 Message; GOP Rep. Matt Gaetz Being Investigated by Florida Bar for Possible Threats to Michael Cohen; SDNY Investigates Trump Organization Payments & Inaugural Committee. Aired 1-2p ET
• President Trump to Speak at CPAC; Sanders Returns to Brooklyn Roots for Major Campaign Speech; Backlash from Otto Warmbier's Parents; SF Giants CEO Apologizes after Video Captures Argument with Wife; Cohen Suggests SDNY Investigation into Trump Underway; Immigrant Groups Demand Release of Infants in ICE Custody; Visiting Key West, the Southernmost City; Guns in America. Aired 11a-12p ET
• President Donald Trump Went Off Script Delivering The Longest Speech Of His Presidency At CPAC For More Than Two Hours; Big Day For Bernie Sanders Today As He Officially Kicked Off His 2020 Bid In Brooklyn; Trump Organization Officials May Face Congressional Scrutiny Of Their Own After Michael Cohen Suggested In His Congressional Testimony They Could Have Knowledge Of Potential Crimes; Michael Cohen Described Working For Trump Was Like Working For A Mob Boss; The Son Of Osama Bin Laden Is The New Leader Taking Over Al-Qaeda. Aired 4-5p ET
• Trump Slams Russia Probe, Democrats, Jeff Sessions & Rallies Base; Bernie Sanders Gets to His Roots, Compares to Rich Trump; Will Democrats Pay a Price if Employment, Stock Market Stays High & Mueller Finds No Collusion; Washington State's Jay Inslee 1st Governor to Announce Presidential Run; Beto O'Rourke Makes Decision on 2020 Race but Won't Tell Yet; Poster Associating Muslim Rep. Ilhan Omar with 9/11 Causes Chaos in West Virginia Capitol; Rep. Ilhan Omar Criticized for Comments Insinuating Pro-Israel Groups Pushing Allegiance to Foreign Country; San Francisco Giants Owner Larry Baer Apologizing & Police Investigating Video of Altercation with Wife; Jackson Family Sues HBO for "Leaving Neverland" Documentary. Aired 3-4p ET
• Trump's Two-Hour Speech; Sanders' Family Story; Cohen On SDNY Communication; Outrage After Trump Believes Kim on Otto Warmbier's Medical Condition; San Francisco Giants Owner Larry Baer Apologizing & Police Investigating Video of Altercation with Wife; "The Bush Years: Family, Duty, Power" Premiers Sunday at 9:00 P.M.; State Department Offers Reward for Information to Capture New Al Qaeda Leader. Aired 5- 6p ET
• President Trump Speaks at CPAC; TSA: Unclear When Everyone Will Get Their Back Pay; Sanders Kicks Off 2020 Presidential Campaign In Brooklyn. Aired 12-1p ET
• Trump's Two-Hour CPAC Speech; Cohen's Testimony; Sanders' Speech In Home Town; Sanders Not Interested In Clinton Advice; Biden Still Undecided; DA: No Charges For Two Officers Who Killed Stephon Clark; State Dept: Bin Laden's Son Taking Over Al-Qaeda Leader; Poster Linking Muslim Congresswoman To 9/11 Sparks Outrage. Aired 8-9p ET


March 01, 2019
• No Deal Done for the Dealmaker; Benjamin Netanyahu Facing Charges; India and Pakistan Rattles International Community; U.S. And North Korea To Keep Talking After Hanoi Summit; New York Times, Trump Ordered Top-secret Clearance For Kushner; Brazil Continues To Support Guaido; Guaido Lobbying For International Support; Michael Cohen To Testify Again Next Week; London Woman Takes In Refugees, Changes Life. Aired 3-4a ET
• U.S. And North Korea Put Positive Spin On Summit; Trump Blasts Michael Cohen Hearing As Fake; Israeli P.M. Netanyahu Faces Corruption Charges; Main Rival Calls On Netanyahu To Resign; India Awaits Captured Pilot's Release By Pakistan; Trump Has History of Criticizing Others Except Autocrats; Russia Mocks Trump for Lack of Results in Meeting; Brexit Heartland Frustrated by Political Stalemate; The Change for Cash to Crypto-Currency. Aired 1-2a ET
• Indian Air Force Pilot Abhinandan To Enter India Anytime Now; 20,000 Children Living In Slavery In Ghana; House Panel To Question On Sater On Trump Tower Moscow; Michael Cohen Describes Trump's Mafia- Like Style; U.S. and North Korea Put Positive Spin on Summit; India Awaits Captured Pilot's Release by Pakistan; Questions Over Kushner's Security Clearance; Netanyahu to Face Criminal Indictments; Venezuela in Crisis. Aired 2-3a ET
• Interview with Kevin Hassett; Pakistan to Release Pilot; Inslee Enters 2020 Race; Sanders and Biden Lead in Polls. Aired 9:30-10a ET
• Jared Kushner's Reports Cap Tumultuous Week for Trump; Trump Back in U.S. After Meeting With North Korean Leader; NYT: Trump Demanded Kushner Get Top-Secret Clearance; New Estimate Shows the U.S. Government Could Run Out of Cash to Pay Bills Around September if Debt Limit is not Raised; Interview with Kevin Hassett. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• TSA Employees Still Waiting For Back Pay; Family of Otto Warmbier Rebukes Trump Over Siding With North Korean Dictator; Did Trump Personally Order Jared Kushner's Security Clearance?. Aired 3- 3:30p ET
• NYT: Trump Demanded Kusher Get Top-Secret Clearance; Cohen Returns To Capital Hill Next Week To Resume Testimony; Warmbier Family Rebukes Trump Over "Trust" Of Kim Jong-un. Aired 10-10:30a ET
• Interview with Rep. Chris Stewart (R-UT); National Butterfly Center on the U.S.-Mexico Border Loses Lawsuit Against Federal Government; New HBO Documentary Sued by Michael Jackson's Family, to Air New Sexual Abuse Allegations This Weekend; Pakistan Returns Pilot to India This Morning; Governor Jay Inslee Announces 2020 Candidacy. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• "New York Times" Says Trump Demanded Kushner Get Top-Secret Clearance; Chris Christie Says SDNY May Build A Case to Indict Trump After Office; Washington Governor Joins Race and Puts Priority on Climate Change; United States Backed Forces Began Last Battle Against ISIS in Syria. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• 1,000+ TSA Workers Still Owed Back Pay from Shutdown; Feud Escalates Between Ivanka Trump and Ocasio-Cortez; U.S. Offers $1M for Information on Bin Laden's Son; The Bush Years, Family Duty, Power; Officer's Bodycam Video Captures Icy Rescue. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• Interview with Rep. Mark DeSaulnier (D-CA); Otto Warmbier's Parents Speak Out after Trump Says He Believes Kim; Fareed Zakaria Digs into MbS on "SAUDI ARABIA, KINGDOM OF SECRETS". Aired 2:30-3p ET
• U.S. and North Korea Put Positive Spin on Summit; North Korea Contradicts Trump Account of Summit; Israeli P.M. Netanyahu Faces Corruption Charges; Interview with Martin Indyk, Former U.S. Ambassador to Israel; U.N. Security Council Rejects Russia and U.S. Resolutions on Venezuela; Pakistan Still Holding Indian Pilot; Sonoma County in California Copes with Flooding; Federer Just Two Wins from 100th Career Title; Fulham Sack Ranieri after 106 Days of Coaching; Interview: MLS Star Bradley Wright-Phillips. Aired 12m-1a ET


February 28, 2019
• Unproductive Costly Meeting; Big Boss Versus Lawyer's Words; Trump-Kim Summit Ends With No Agreement; Lawmaker Brings Woman To Refute Trump Racism Claims; Cohen Says He Takes Responsibility For His Actions. Aired 3-4a ET
• Trump News Conference Moved Up Two Hours, Signing Ceremony With Kim Jong-un Unlikely; Former Fixer Turns On Trump In Explosive Testimony; Cohen $35,000 Checks Were Hush Money Reimbursements; Michael Cohen Testifies at Congress; Trump-Kim Summit Ends with No Agreement. Aired 1-2a ET
• Trump on Cohen's Testimony; Interview with Sen. Bob Menendez (D-NJ); O'Rourke To Make Announcement. Aired 9:30-10a ET
• Trump-Kim Summit Ends with No Agreement; Trump Addresses Media as Summit Ends Early; Trump Says Kim Wanted All Sanctions Lifted At Vietnam Summit; Trump Speaks As Summit With Kim Ends With No Deal. Aired 2-3a ET
• Trump Talks Denuclearization with Kim Jong-un; Former 'Fixer Turns on Trump in Explosive Testimony; U.S. Calling for India, Pakistan to Stand Down. Aired 12-1a ET
• Michael Cohen Begins Day 3 Of Cap Hill Testimony; Cohen Alleges Trump Committed Crimes While In Office; Pakistan To Release Indian Pilot As "Gesture For Peace"; "The Bush Years: Family. Duty. Power." Premiers Sunday At 9PM ET. Aired 10:30-11:00a ET
• Trump Remarks on Cohen Testimony; Interview With Rep. John Sarbanes (D-MD); Trump Fails to Secure Deal With Kim Jong-un. Aired 3- 3:30p ET
• Republicans Claim Cohen Committed Perjury in Hearing; U.S.- Proposed Venezuela Resolution Fails in U.N.; Ex-Lawyer Michael Cohen Implicates Trump in Several Crimes; Trump Defends Kim Jong-un Over Death of Otto Warmbier; Parent Says Virginia First Lady Gave Cotton to Black Students; Israeli Prime Minister Netanyahu to be Indicted on Bribery and Fraud Charges. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• Trump Leaves North Korean Summit Empty-Handed; Michael Cohen Begins Day 3 of Capitol Hill Testimony; Trump Slams Michael Cohen After His Explosive Testimony; Trump Leaves Hanoi After Meeting with North Korean Leader Jim Jong-un; Fourth Quarter of U.S. Economic Growth Increased By 2.6 Percent. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• Interview with Sen. John Kennedy (R-LA);. Meadows Introducing Lynne Patton Sets Off Fire Storm with Tlaib on Racism. Aired 2:30-3p ET
• Cohen Resumes Testimony After Explosive Day Of Revelations, Cummings: Another Shoe To Drop In Trump Investigations, North Korea Holds Rare News Conference After Talks Collapse, Trump Defends Kim Jong-Un Over Death Of American Citizen. Aired 2-2:30p ET


February 27, 2019
• President Trump's Optimistic View on North Korea; Michael Cohen's Testimony Dominates the Airwaves; Tensions Spark Between Pakistan and India; Cardinal George Pell Landed in Court; Hours Away Form First Trump-Kim Meeting In Vietnam; Michael Cohen, Trump Knew About WikiLeaks Contact; Venezuela In Crisis. Aired 3-4a ET
• Michael Cohen's Prepared Testimony; Interview with Rep. Eric Swalwell (D), California; Cohen to Congress: Trump is a Racist, a Con Man and a Cheat; Trump to Meet with North Korean Leader Today; Cardinal Pell Taken Into Custody Ahead of Sentencing; Interview with Nguyen Xuan Phuc, Vietnamese Prime Minister. Aired 12-1a ET
• Trump's Former Fixer Set For Public Hearing; Hours Away From First Trump-Kim Meeting In Vietnam; Second U.S.-North Korea Summit; Cardinal Pell Taken into Custody Ahead of Sentencing; Pakistan Vows Retaliation after Indian Airstrikes; Stranded Train Returns to Seattle. Aired 1-2a ET
• Interview with Rep. James Comer (R-KY); Cohen Faces Grilling; Interview with Rep. Gerry Connolly (D-VA). Aired 9:30-10a ET
• Cohen Arrives For Testimony On Capitol Hill; Michael Cohen Testifies Before House Oversight Committee. Aired 10-10:30a ET
• Michael Cohen Testifies Before Congress; President Trump Meets With Kim Jong-un. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• Trump Lands In Vietnam For Second Summit With North Korea's Kim Jong-un, Interview With Rep. Eric Swalwell (D-CA); Theresa May Gives Lawmakers Chance To Delay Brexit; Rouhani Says He Hasn't Accepted F.M.'s Resignation; Butterfly Sanctuary Fights Construction Of Wall. Aired 2-3a ET
• Live Coverage of Michael Cohen Testimony Before the House Oversight and Reform Committee. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• Cohen, Trump is "A Racist, A Con Man, A Cheat; Cohen, Trump "Made Clear to Me, He Wanted Me to Lie"; Cohen, Trump Knew Roger Stone Had Spoken with WikiLeaks About DNC E-Mail Leak; Cohen, Trump Repaid Me for Hush Money to Porn Star. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• Cohen Testifies Before Congress. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• Michael Cohen Testifies Before House Oversight Committee. Aired 2:30-3p ET
• Interview with Representative Jamie Raskin (D-MD); Ex-Trump Lawyer Michael Cohen to Testify Before Congress Today. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• Michael Cohen's Prepared Testimony; Interview with Rep. Eric Swalwell (D), California; Cohen to Congress: Trump is a Racist, a Con Man and a Cheat; Trump to Meet with North Korean Leader Today; Cardinal Pell Taken Into Custody Ahead of Sentencing; Interview with Nguyen Xuan Phuc, Vietnamese Prime Minister. Aired 12:30-1a ET


February 26, 2019
• Kim Arrives In Vietnam Ahead Of Summit; Cardinal Pell Found Guilty Of Child Sexual Abuse; Univision Journalists Briefly Detained In Venezuela; Race For The White House; U.S. Vice President Message To Maduro; Talked Of A Second Brexit Referendum; War In Afghanistan; A Bromance Is Born. Aired 3-4a ET
• CNN Gets Rare Access to the Taliban; GOP Scrambles Ahead of Vote; Vatican Treasurer Convicted; Aired 9:30-10a ET
• Cardinal Pell Found Guilty Of Child Sexual Abuse; Labour Party Moves Toward Backing Second Vote; Guaido Gets Support From Columbia, U.S.; Univision Journalists Briefly Detained In Caracas; Trump: We'll Have A Tremendous Summit; 36 Hours with the Taliban; Iran's Foreign Minister Makes Surprise Announcement; Gaming Hardware Brings in Billions. Aired 1-2a ET
• Trump Arrives In Hanoi As Cohen Arrives On Capitol Hill; Source: Cohen Is Expected To Discuss Publicly For The First Time Trump's Role In Some Of The Crimes That Cohen Pleaded Guilty To; GOP Senator Says He Will Vote Against Trump's Natl. Emergency. Aired 10- 10:30a ET
• Will Republicans Cave to Trump Over National Emergency Declaration?; Trump and Kim Set to Meet; Michael Cohen Preparing to Testify Publicly Before Congress. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• Ex-Fixer Cohen Testifies While Trump Is Halfway Around the World; Senator Collins Says Cohen Enduring Extensive Grilling from Intel Committee; Trump Said He Trusted Kim Jong-Un At First Summit; Documents Detail Alleged Sex Abuse of Migrant Children in United States Custody; Interview with Rep. Ted Deutch (D-Fl). Aired 2-2:30p ET
• Conservative, We Have Finally Normalized Trumpism; Some 2020 Democrats Back Idea of Slavery Reparations; Powerful Cardinal, Advisor to Pope, Convicted of Child Sex Abuse; Amtrak Train Stranded for 36 Hours Now on the Move. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• Trump Arrives in Hanoi for Second Summit with Kim Jong-un; Michael Cohen on Capitol Hill for Closed-Door Testimony; CNN Goes Behind Enemy Lines for Rare Access to the Taliban. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• CNN Goes Behind Enemy Lines for Rare Access to Taliban. Aired 2:30-3p ET
• Several Hundred Soldiers Denounce Maduro; Join the Fight Against Modern-Day Slavery on March 14; Australian Press Council: Serena Cartoon Not Racist; Interview: Zlatan Ibrahimovic of L.A. Galaxy. Aired 12m-1a ET
• North Korea's Kim Arrives In Vietnam For Summit; Cohen To Testify Before Congress This Week; Some Republicans May Vote Against Declaration; Robert Kraft Case Puts A Spotlight On Human Trafficking. Aired 2-3a ET
• GOP Senator Says He Will Vote Against Trump's Natl. Emergency; Fed Appeals Court Upholds AT&T Acquisition Of Time Warner; Train Moving After More Than 24 Hours Stranded In Snow; Defiant Maduro Accuses U.S. Of Faking Crisis To Get Venezuela's Oil; Facebook To Get Tough On Misinformation From Anti-Vaxer Groups. Aired 10:30-11a ET


February 25, 2019
• President Trump to Meet Kim Jong-un in Vietnam; U.S. Pauses Tariffs for China; Diverse Winners for Oscars; Victims of Abuse not Satisfied with Promises; President Trump Set to Hold Second Summit with Kim Jong-un; Mike Pence to Meet with Opposition Leader; British PM Again Delays Parliament Vote; Justin Fairfax Faces Sexual Assault Accusations; Emergencies Declared Amid Heavy Rain and Flooding; Israel Shoots for the Moon. Aired 3-4a ET
• Spike Lee at Oscars; Trump Speaks before Summit; Summit with North Korea; Pence to Meet with Guaido; Sanders Presidential Run Kicks Off; R. Kelly In Court. Aired 9:30-10a ET
• Theresa May Holding Talks With European Leaders In Egypt; British P.M. Again Delays Parliament Vote; Huawei Unveils Foldable Phone And Defends Its Devices; Huawei Says Its Foldable Phone Will Cost About $2,500; The U.S. Puts Off Tariff Hikes on Chine; President Trump Set to Leave for Vietnam for Second Summit with Kim Jong-Un; Academy Awards Has Now Concluded; Meeting Between Mike Pence and Juan Guaido. Aired 2-3a ET
• Manafort's Legal Team to Respond to Scathing Mueller Memo; Michael Cohen to Testify on Capitol Hill this Week as Lawmakers Prepare to Grill Him on Hush Payments and Trump; The 91st Academy Awards Receives Praises for its Diversity of Award Winners; President Trump Slams Spike Lee After Critical Oscars Speech; Trump Heads Overseas as High Stakes Week Kicks Off in D.C.; U.S. May Drop Demand for North Korea Nuke Inventory; 58 Former Security Officials Rebuke Trump's Emergency Declaration. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• Trump Prepares to Meet With North Korea Leader; Patriots Owner Charged With Soliciting Prostitution; Interview With Presidential Candidate John Delaney. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• CNN Hosts Town Hall With Sen. Bernie Sanders Tonight At 8PM ET; WAPO: WH Assembling Team To Re-evaluate Climate Change Science; Big Night For Diversity At 91st Academy Awards; R. Kelly's Attorney Enters A Plea Of Not Guilty On All Counts. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• Trump Has A Consequential Week -- Michael Cohen, Kim Jong Un, National Emergency Fight; Trump Suggests Trade Deal with China Imminent; Prosecutors Says Kraft And Other Defendants Could Face One Year in Jail. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• Iranian Foreign Minister Announces He's Resigning; Trump Calls Spike Lee "Racist" After Oscars Jab; Oscars 2019, Diversity Celebrated, But Best Picture Panned; Interview with Harry Reid, former Senate Majority Leader, Talking Trump, 2020 and Cancer Battle; Fund Protesting 9/11 First Responders Running Out of Money. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• R. Kelly Back In Court After Spending Weekend In Jail; Manafort Legal Team To Respond to Scathing Mueller Memo; Lawmakers Prepare To Grill Cohen On Hush Payments & Trump; Kremlin: Trump Admin. Consulted US Ahead Of N. Korea Summit; Trump Departs For Vietnam To Meet With Kim Jong Un; CNN Hosts Town Hall With Sen. Bernie Sanders Tonight At 8PM ET. Aired 10-10:30a ET
• Palm Beach County State Attorney Says Kraft, Other Defendants Could Face 1 Year in Jail for Soliciting Sex; Columnist: Bob Kraft, Jeffrey Epstein Examples of Billionaires Behaving Badly, especially with Women; 20 House Democrats Call on Trump to Fire Labor Secretary; Interview with Democratic Presidential Candidate John Delaney. Aired 2:30-3p ET
• Trump Says U.S. Will Delay Tariff Increases On China; Trump Won't Rush North Korea During Summit; Oscar Ceremony Wraps Up, Hosltless Show Runs Smoothly; Alfonso Cuaron Wins Best Director For Roma; Spike Lee Wins His First Oscar For Adapted Screenplay; Lady Gaga Wins Award For Best Original Song; Diversity Rules This Year's Host- Less Oscars; Olivia Colman Wins Best Actress For 'The Favourite'; British P.M. May Again Delays Parliament Vote; Theresa May Accused Of Trying To Run Down Clock. Aired 1-2a ET
• Military Blocks Aid from Entering Venezuela; Israel to Launch Mission to the Moon; Manchester City Wins English League Cup. Aired 12-1a ET


February 24, 2019
• Venezuela Crisis; Interview with Eric Farnsworth, Council of the Americas; $1 Million Bond for R. Kelly; Vatican Summit; Fight against ISIS; 2019 Academy Awards. Aired 3-3:30a ET
• Venezuela Crisis; Vatican Summit; $1 Million Bond for R. Kelly; New England Patriots Owner Facing Solicitation Charges; Manafort Sentencing Memo Made Public; Countdown to Brexit; 2019 Academy Awards. Aired 4-5a ET
• Venezuela Crisis; Michael Cohen to Testify before Congress; Vatican Summit; $1 Million Bond for R. Kelly; North Korean Defectors Detail Kim's Grisly Purges; Fight against ISIS; 2019 Academy Awards. Aired 5-6a ET
• President Donald Trump And North Korea's Kim Jong-Un Gearing Up For Round Two; New Clashes Are Erupting Along Venezuela's Western Border; Democrats Threaten To Subpoena Special Counsel Robert Mueller Is His Russia Investigation Is Not Made Public; New England Patriots' Owner Robert Kraft Could Be Charged Of Sex Trafficking; Pope Francis Rips Catholic Priests Who Sexually Abuse Children; Hollywood's Biggest Night, The 91st Annual Academy Awards Kicks Off In Los Angeles At 8:00 Eastern Time. Aired 2-3p ET
• Denuclearization Questions Looms Ahead of Trump-Kim Summit in Hanoi; Michael Cohen on the Hill for Public and Private Hearings This Week. Aired 4-5p ET
• President Trump And North Korean Leader Kim Jong-Un Will Be Face-To-Face Again On Wednesday And Thursday In Vietnam; Political And Humanitarian Crisis In Venezuela Is Escalating; Singer R. Kelly Is Still In A Chicago Jail; Aired 6-7p ET
• Trump's Week: Cohen Hearings, Second North Korea Summit; Denuclearization Uncertainty Looms Ahead of Second Meeting; Pompeo: People Will Ensure Maduro's Days Are Numbered. Aired 7-8p ET
• President Trump and Kim Jong-un to Meet in Vietnam; Michael Cohen on the Hill for Public and Private Hearings This Week; Venezuela's Power Struggle; Kamala Harris on What Blew Up Democrats' Blue Wall; Aired 8-9p ET
• New Clashes Erupt Along Venezuela's Border; Trump Pitches North Korea Economic Potential To Kim Ahead Of Summit; Schiff: We'll Sue Trump Administration If Mueller's Report Not Made Public. Aired 3-4p ET
• Second Trump-Kim Summit Set in Vietnam; Deadly Clashes Along Venezuela's Border; Subpoena Mueller if Necessary; Public and Private Hearings on Michael Cohen; Strategy of Chaos and Division; Cross-Exam with Elie Honig; Hollywood's Red Carpet Night at the Oscar's. Aired 5- 6p ET


February 23, 2019
• Fight against ISIS; Tense Pause in Protests as Haitians Gather Food, Water; Police Believe Actor Jussie Smollett Orchestrated Attack; Trump's National Emergency; Interview with Robert Weissman of Public Citizen. Aired 3-3:30a ET
• Humanitarian Aid Showdown in Venezuela; Russia Investigation; R. Kelly Turns Himself In; Nigerian Polls Open; Russia Threats to U.S.; Catholic Conference on Clergy Sex Abuse; 2019 Academy Awards. Aired 4-5a ET
• Singer R. Kelly Turns Himself In After being Indicted for Criminal Sexual Assault; New England Patriots Owner Robert Kraft May Be Charged with Soliciting Prostitution; Protestors and Government Forces Clash in Venezuela over Flow of Humanitarian Aid; Interview with Rep. John Sarbanes (D-MD); Democratic Field of Presidential Candidates Continues to Grow; Author Examines Fraternity Life in America Universities; President Promises to Veto Democratic Bill Restraining National Emergency Declaration. Aired 10-11a ET
• Humanitarian Aid Showdown in Venezuela; Russia Investigation; Interview with James Boys; R. Kelly Turns Himself In; New England Patriots Owner Faces Charges; Civilians Flee ISIS' Last Syrian Territory; Interview with Li Na Khatib, Chatham House; Nigerian Polls Open; 2019 Academy Awards. Aired 5-6a ET
• Singer R. Kelly Granted Bond After being Indicted for Criminal Sexual Assault Involving Minors; Special Counsel Mueller Files Sentencing Memo for Paul Manafort; Interview with Rep. Raja Krishnamoorthi, (D-IL); Michael Cohen to Testify Before House Intelligence and Oversight Committees; New England Patriots Owner Robert Kraft Charged with Soliciting Prostitution. Aired 2-3p ET
• Violent Protests at Venezuelan/Colombia Border as Venezuelans Demand Aid; Demonstrators Come Out to Support Nicolas Maduro; R. Kelly Expected in Court on Multiple Sex Abuses Charges of Young Girls; Activists Pressuring Radio Stations, Concert Venues to Ban R. Kelly Music; Nun Blasts Vatican Leaders over Clergy Sex Abuse; R. Kelly Expected in Court on Multiple Sex Abuses Charges of Young Girls; Cohen Gave Prosecutors New Information on Trump Family Business; Judge Stands by Labor Secretary after Judge Rules He Violated the Law as U.S. Attorney by Failing to Consult Victims in Jeffrey Epstein Plea. Aired 1-2p ET
• Tensions Escalate over Aid at Venezuelan Border; Interview with Sen. Ben Cardin (D-MD); R. Kelly to Attend Court Hearing on Sex Abuse Charges; Catholic Church Scandal; New England Patriots Owner Arrested in Prostitution Sting; Austin: Live Music Capital of the World; Cohen Gave Prosecutors New Information on Trump Family Business; Stars Take Center Stage in Host-Free Awards Show. Aired 11a-12p ET
• Singer R. Kelly Is Fighting Sexual Abuse Case; Redacted Sentencing Memo For Paul Manafort From Special Counsel Robert Mueller's Office Released; Billionaire Owner Of The New England Patriots Caught Up In A Sting, Accused Of Soliciting Sex From Prostitutes' President Is Closely Watching Democratic Candidates' Interviews, Rallies And Town Halls; Boeing 767 Cargo Plane Crashed Near Houston; Police And Border Guards From Venezuela Today Face To Face With Protesters Furious At The Worsening Situation. Aired 4-5p ET
• R. Kelly $1 Million Bond; Manafort's Crimes; Trump On Cohen; Violent Protests In Venezuela; Venezuelan Armed Force Threat; Aides Say Trump Plans "Active Role" in Democratic Primary; Democrat Candidates Forced to Weight in on Jussie Smollett Case; Feinstein Video with Children Arguing over Climate Change Raises Eyebrows. Aired 5-6p ET
• R. Kelly Case Examined; Latest from Venezuela; New England Patriots Owner Robert Kraft Facing Charges Of Soliciting Sex, Warrant Of Arrest Expected As Early as Monday; Dems Working To Block Emergency Declaration, Trump Vows Veto; U.S. Intel: Foreign Adversaries Trying To Influence 2020 Elections. Aired 12-1p ET
• Bail For Kelly; Venezuelan Troops Defect; Cargo Plane Crashes; Manafort's Actions; Cohen To Testify; Kraft Busted In Prostitution Sting; Trump Meeting With Kim Jong-Un; Acosta Broke The Law With Plea Deal. Aired 8-8:30p ET
• R. Kelly Granted Bail with Conditions over Sex Abuse Allegations; Prosecutors: Manafort Should Face Up to 25 Years in Prison; Violent Protests at Venezuelan/Colombia Border as Venezuelans Demand Aid. Aired 3-4p ET
• Humanitarian Aid Showdown in Venezuela; Russia Investigation; Interview with James Boys; R. Kelly Turns Himself In; New England Patriots Owner Faces Charges; Civilians Flee ISIS' Last Syrian Territory; Interview with Lina Khatib, Chatham House; Nigerian Polls Open; 2019 Academy Awards. Aired 5-6a ET


February 22, 2019
• Venezuela's Maduro Attempts To Stop Aid Delivery; Smollett Defiant After Prosecutors Say He Staged Attack; White House, U.S. To Keep About 200 Troops In Syria; Vatican Summit; Married Into ISIS; Day Two Of U.S.-China Trade Talks; Cuban Cigars And Climate Change; Words Are Useless Without Action; Actor Needs More Rehearsals for Directing; Judge Banned Roger Stone from Speaking About the Case. Aired 3-4a ET
• Kenya Court Deciding Whether To Decriminalize Gay Sex; Smollett Defiant After Prosecutors Say He Staged Attack; Opposition Supporters Prepare For Aid Delivery; Pope Convenes Meeting On Church Sexual Abuse; Judge Clamps Down on Trump Associate Roger Stone; U.K. Considering Huawei's 5G Technology; Hollywood Celebrates Best in Film on Sunday. Aired 1-2a ET
• Pope Demands Action at Landmark Vatican Summit on Child Sex Abuse; U.S. And Allies Suspicious Of Huawei's 5G Gear; No Host, No Problem; Polish Director Pawel Pawlikowski Up For "Cold War"; Maduro Regime Rejects Aids; Pope Convenes Meeting on Church Sexual Abuse; TV Actor Accused of Staging Hate Crime Attack; Challenge of Getting Aid to Venezuela; Vatican Sex Abuse Summit; Kenya Court Postpones Ruling on Decriminalizing Gay Sex; Michael Cohen on Capitol Hill; Judge Clamps Down on Trump Associate Roger Stone; United Kingdom's Messy Divorce; Deadline Looms for China-U.S. Trade Talks; Trump and Kim Meet Next Week in Vietnam; Adventures in Space. Aired 2-3a ET
• Russia Investigation - Mueller Could Tell All In Last Major Court Filing In Manafort Case; Russia Investigation - Michael Cohen Set To Testify Before Three Committees Next Week; Russia Investigation - Washington On Edge As DOJ Prepares For Mueller Report; Actor Charged - Smollett Defiant Amid Allegations He Staged Attack; Actor Charged - Smollett Defiant Amid Allegations He Staged Attack; 2020 Race - Soon: Sen. Harris To Speak At African-American Women's Event. Aired 10- 10:30a ET
• North Carolina To Hold New Election; Interview with Wayne Goodwin; Volunteers Gather to Bring Aid to Venezuela; Warren Demands Answers; Biden's Experience in Politics. Aired 9:30-10a ET
• Michael Cohen Set to Testify Before Three Committees Next Week; Judge Places Roger Stone Under Strict Gag Order; Ballot Fraud Leads to New North Carolina Congressional Election. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• R. Kelly Charged With Sexual Abuse of Minors; Mueller Report Not Expected Next Week. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• Jussie Smollett's Character Won't Be In Rest Of This "Empire" Season; Another Controversy For Trump Cabinet Official; Day Two Of Historic Vatican Summit On Clergy Sex Abuse; Judge: DOJ Broke Law In Teen Sex Case By Failing To Confer With Victims Of Accused Serial Sex Abuser; 2019 Oscars - Academy Votes Weigh Cultural Impact Of Films Ahead Of Awards. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• Actor Jussie Smollett Under Arrest, Faces Felony Charge; Pope Demands Action to End Clergy Sex Abuse; Interview with Peter Isely, Priest Abuse Survivor; Judge Banned Roger Stone from Speaking About the Case; Day Two Of U.S.-China Trade Talks; Trump-Kim Meeting; Thousands of Volunteers Offer to Deliver Aid to Venezuela; Swarovski's Waterschool Addresses Global Water Issues; Arsenal Breeze Past BATE in 2nd Leg; Top NBA Draft Prospect Suffers Injury. Aired 12m-1a ET
• NYT: Manhattan District Attorney Prepares to Charge Manafort; Cook County State's Attorney to Formally Announce Charges Against R. Kelly; 20th Century Fox Says Smollett Won't Appearing in Final 2 Episodes of "Empire"; Report U.S. is Softening Demands on North Korea. Aired 2:30-3p ET
• Musician R. Kelly Has Been Indicted; Patriots Owner Robert Kraft Charged with Soliciting Sex. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• DOJ Official Says Mueller Report Not Expected Next Week; Trump Says Cohen Is Taking His Own Chances Testifying at Capitol Hill; Trump on Arrested Coast Guard Officer, Says It's A Shame; Best Picture Nominees Tackle Issues of Race; New England Patriots Owner Accused of Soliciting Sex. Aired 3:30-4p ET


February 21, 2019
• Coast Guard Officer Charged With Planning A Mass Terror Attack Is To Appear In Court This Afternoon; A Woman Raised In Alabama Now Fighting To Come Back To The U.S. After Marrying ISIS Fighters In Syria; Trump Tweeted That It Was His Idea And Agrees To Not Allow Hoda Back In The Country. Aired 9:30-10a ET
• At Least 70 People Killed in Dhaka Fire; Pope Francis Delivers Opening Prayer At The Summit; Haitians Fed Up With Country's Economic woes; Zimbabwe Faces Shortage Of Bread; Sisters In Limbo; Inferno in Bangladesh Killed 70 People; Mueller Probe is About to End; Bad Decision Resulted to Regrets; U.S. and China Working to End Trade War. Aired 3-4a ET
• At Least 70 People Killed In Dhaka Fire; Sources: Mueller Probe Could Wrap Up Next; U.K. To Revoke Citizenship Of ISIS Bride Shamima Begum; Muthana To The Guardian: I Made A Big Mistake; Former Members Can Help Prevent Radicalization; Unprecedented Meeting Amid New Sex Abuse Scandals; Testing NATO Troop Vulnerabilities; March 1 Deadline Looms over China-U.S. Trade Talks; Kim Purging Critics and Enemies from Regime; Actor Who Claimed Attack Now Faces Felony Charge. Aired 1-2a ET
• Chicago Police To Give An Update On The Arrest Of Jussie Smollett; Chicago Police Make A Statement About The Alleged Attack On Smollett. Aired 10-10:30a ET
• Police: Chicago Didn't Deserve This "Publicity Stunt"; Police: Smollett Staged Attack Because He Was "Dissatisfied With His Salary"; Police: Smollett "Took Advantage Of The Pain And Anger" Of Racism. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• Jussie Smollett in Court over Possible Hoax Attack; Analysis of the Case. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• Actor Jussie Smollett Under Arrest, Faces Felony Charge; Roger Stone Faces Judge Over Inflammatory Instagram Post; DOJ Prepares for Mueller Report as Early as Next Week; Alleged Terror Schemer to Make First Court Appearance in the U.S.; High-Level Trade Talks Start Up Again Between U.S. and China. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• Three Big Hearings Today: Stone; Smollett, Coast Guard Suspect; Suspect in Massacre Plot Detained Pending Trial; Police Say Smollett Dragged Chicago's Reputation Through the Mud. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• Saudi Sisters in Limbo After Trying to Escape Oppression; Second U.S.-North Korea Summit This Week; Vietnam Barber Offering Haircuts Resembling Trump, Kim; Atletico Win 2-0 Over Juventus; Osama Blames Loss on Negative Press Over Coach Split. Aired 12-1a ET
• U.S. Coast Guard Officer Hasson 'Planned Terror Attack'; Actor Who Claimed Attack Now Faces Felony Charge; Police Working To Obtain Smollett's Financial Records; Hanoi Barber Offers Trump Or Kim Styles For Free. Aired 2-3a ET
• Smollett's Bail Set at $100,000 and He Must Surrender Passport; Roger Stone Admits Inflammatory Post was a Stupid Lack of Judgment; GOP Candidate Now Calling for New Election in North Carolina; Judge Says Stone Chose to Do Something that Could Incite Others. Aired 3:30- 4p ET
• Jussie Smollett Staged Hate Attack Because He Was Unhappy About His Salary; Judge Imposes Gag Order On Trump Confidant Stone After Post. Aired 230-3p ET


February 20, 2019
• NY Times: Trump Asked If U.S. Attorney Who Supported Him Could Take Over Michael Cohen Investigation; Trump Denies Trying to Interfere In Cohen Probe; Maduro Government Closes Border With Dutch Antilles; Cuban Foreign Min. Says Trump Fabricating A Coup; Church Confirms Rules For Priests Who Father Children; Taiwan's Pres.: Threat From China Growing "Every Day". Aired 1-2a ET
• Andrew McCabe Says President Trump is an Asset of Russia; Catholic Church to Address Abuses by Priests; Regret Never Comes First; Nonstop Hunt for ISIS Leader. Aired 3-4a ET
• French Women Speak Out about Church Sex Abuse; Remembering Fashion Icon Karl Lagerfeld; Bayern Hold Liverpool to Scoreless Draw. Aired 12m-1a ET
• Saudi Crown Prince In India As 'Trade, Investment' Top Agenda. Aired 2-3a ET
• Andrew McCabe Says It's Possible Trump is a "Russian Asset"; Trump Pressured Acting Attorney General to Interfere in the Michael Cohen Probe. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• Putin's Threat; Interview with Rep. David Cicilline (D-RI); Southwest Airlines Cancels Flights; Smollett Gave Police False Name; Vatican Prepares for Summit. Aired 9:30-10a ET
• Sex Abuse Crisis - Sex Abuse Survivor: It's "Now Or Never" For Change; Trump White House - NYT: Trump Pressured Acting AG To Interfere In Cohen Probe; Trump White House - NYT Report On Trump Raises New Obstruction Question; 2020 Race - Bernie Sanders Raises Record $6M Since Launching His Second Bid; 2020 Race - Bernie Sanders Raises Record $6M Since Launching His Second Bid; 2020 Race - Bernie Sanders Raises Record $6M Since Launching His Second Bid. Aired 10- 10:30a ET
• Border Battle - WH Moves Forward With Wall Funding Despite Lawsuits; Russia Investigation - McCabe: It's Possible" Trump Is A Russian Asset; Exclusive - Taiwan's President: Military Threat Posed By China Growing Daily; Exclusive - Taiwan's President: Our Govt. Restricting Use Of Huawei Equipment; Teachers' Strike - Nearly Every School In West Virginia Closed As Teachers Protest; New This Morning - Oregon Considers Lowering Voting Age To 16. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• McCabe Speaks Out; Mueller Report Coming Soon?; Jussie Smollett Under Fire. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• Police Want to See Jussie Smollett's Financial Records; Senator Graham Said Syria Exit Dumbest F***ing Idea I've Ever Heard; Pompeo Says ISIS Bride Will Not be Admitted into the United States; Biden Silent on 2020 But Addresses Race in America. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• CNN Sources Say Mueller Report May Be Delivered as Early as Next Week; Trump Holds Press Conference; Gang of Eight Quiet After McCabe Claims He Warned About Trump; McCabe Says I Think It's Possible Trump Is a Russian Asset. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• McCabe: "I Think It's Possible" Trump Is a Russian Asset; Gang of Eight Quiet After McCabe Claims He Warned About Trump; GOP Maryland Governor Larry Hogan Considers Presidential Run; Interview with Sen. Tom Carper (D-DE). Aired 2:30-3p ET


February 19, 2019
• Lawsuits Filed Against President Trump on President's Day; Finger-Pointing Between Andrew McCabe and Rod Rosenstein; Nicolas Maduro No Empathy for Venezuelans; Poland Offended by Israel's Comment; Sixteen States Sue To Stop Trump's National Emergency; Votel Arrives In Afghanistan After Stop In Syria; Honda Plant In U.K To Close, Unrelated To Brexit; President Trump Believed Putin Over U.S. Intelligence; View From The Border; Appealing To The Political Left; America Votes 2020; Weather Forecast. Aired 3-4a ET
• Top General at U.S. Central Command Visits Northern Syria; Baghouz al-Fawqani Reduced to Rubble; Diplomatic Teams Prepare for Upcoming Trump-Kim Summit; Sixteen States Sue to Stop Trump's National Emergency; Property Owners Suing Trump over Wall; U.K. Wants Tougher Rules for Facebook; Trump Warns Military Against Backing Maduro; High- Level Corruption Allegations And Skyrocketing Inflation Send Country Spiraling Into Turmoil; Relative Calm For Now In Haiti After Days Of Protests; Haiti Vows Probe Of Alleged Corruption In Oil Program; Seven M.P.s Leave U.K. Labour To Start Independent Group. Aired 1-2a ET
• States Sue to Stop National Emergency Declaration; Ballot Fraud in North Carolina; Maduro Blames Trump for Crisis; Ginsburg Returns to Court. Aired 9:30-10a ET
• Sixteen States Are Suing President Trump Over National Emergency Declaration; Roger Stone to Appear in Court Thursday to Discuss Recent Instagram Posting of Judge; Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg Back in Supreme Court for Hearing Today; Patrick Frazee Hearing Today in Possible Murder of Kelsey Berreth; Former Suspects in Jussie Smollett Case Released From Jail. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• Andrew McCabe: We Had Information Trump "Might Be a Threat"; Deputy AG Rosenstein Expected to Leave DOJ in 3 Weeks; Trump Accuses McCabe, Rosenstein of "Treasonous" Act; Trump Ally Hints Intel Chief Dan Coats May Be Fired; Sixteen States Sue to Stop Trump's National Emergency Declaration; Investors Watch New U.S.-China Trade Talks. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• Iconic Fashion Designer Karl Lagerfeld Dies At 85; Senator Bernie Sanders Launches Second Presidential Campaign; McCabe: We Had Information Trump "Might Be A Threat". Aired 10-10:30a ET
• Did Trump Try to Intervene in Cohen Investigation?; Roger Stone Attacks Judge; Bernie Sanders Announces Presidential Bid. Aired 3- 3:30p ET
• Diplomatic Teams Prepare for Upcoming Trump-Kim Summit; Freshman Democrats Shaking Up Washington; Report: White House Asks Abe for Nobel Nomination; Laureus Awards Bestowed on Top Athletes; Race Horses Compete on St. Moritz' 'White Turf'. Aired 12-1a ET
• Trump Delivers Blunt Warning to Venezuela Military over Aid Impasse; Roger Stone Apologizes For Posts About Judge; U.K. Could Undermine U.S. Plan To Block Huawei; Report: White House Asks Abe For Nobel Nomination. Aired 2-3a ET
• Worker Says I Falsified Absentee Ballots at GOP Operative's Direction; "New York Times" Says Trump Asked Acting Attorney General to Put Trump Supporter in Charge of Cohen Investigation Despite Recusal; Judge Summons Stone After He Appears to Threaten Her. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• Pragmatic VS Progressive, Dem Field Begins to Sharpen; Sanders, My Radical Ideas Now are Mainstream; Klobuchar Not Apologizing, Yes, I'm a Tough Boss; McCabe, we told Lawmakers About FBI Probe into Trump; Worker Details Alleged Ballot Fraud in North Carolina; West Virginia Teachers Back on Strike After Sparking Nationwide Walkouts. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• Judge Summons Stone after He Appears to Threaten Her; Bernie Sanders Receives over $1 Million Online after Launching Presidential Bid Sen. Klobuchar Take Case to Voters at CNN Presidential Town Hall; Trump Speaks to Reporters Amid "New York Times" Report He Tried to Interfere in Cohen Investigation. Aired 2:30-3p ET


February 18, 2019
• Bombshell by Former FBI Deputy Shocked People; Haitians Plea to Stop Violence; Tea from Mom's Sweat and Blood; Humanitarian Aid to be Distributed in Venezuela; Saudi Releases Pakistani Prisoners; U.S.- Backed Forces Struggles to Take Last ISIS Territory; President Trump Warns Europe; Heaviest Cross to Bear; Thick Snow in the Southwestern U.S. Aired 3-4a ET
• Former FBI Official Says Trump May Have Committed Crime in Firing Comey; Iranian Foreign Minister Hits Back At U.S. V.P.; Iranian Hospitals Struggle For Medicine, Supplies; 60 Million Americans Under A Winter Storm Alert; Wiretapping in the White House; ISIS On the Run; Senator Marco Rubio Slams Nicolas Maduro; President Trump Wants U.S. Troops to Move Out After the Defeat of ISIS. Aired 2-3a ET
• Former Acting FBI Director: Trump's Own Words Prompted Counterintelligence Investigation; Official: 1,000+ Terrorist Have Likely Fled To Iraq; Trump: Europe Must Take Back Hundreds Of ISIS Fighters; U.S. Senator: Humanitarian Aid Will Get Delivered; Guaido Urges "A Million Volunteers" To Deliver Aid; Reports: Saudi Arabia Links $20 B.N. Deals In Pakistan; Haiti Hospital Struggles after Violent Protests; Infrastructure of the Existing Rio Grande Border Wall; Louisiana Town Disappearing into the Sea; Crosses for Losses Creates Shooting Victim Memorials. Aired 1-2a ET
• Klobuchar Town Hall Tonight; Harris Hosts Town Hall in New Hampshire; Smollett Orchestrated Attack; Protests in Haiti. Aired 9:30-10a ET
• Trump Firing Back At Former Acting FBI Director McCabe; Trump Has Been Lashing Out At McCabe On Twitter; Thirty-two National Emergencies Are Currently In Effect In This Country; Trump's Declaration Has Set Of A Constitutional Tug Of War. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• Trump To Face Challenges Over Emergency Declaration For Wall; Trump Accuses McCabe Of "Illegal And Treasonous" Acts; McCabe: I Was Fired Because I Opened A Case Against Trump; 2020 Race, Democratic Hopefuls Campaign In Early Voting States. Aired 10-10:30a ET
• Jussie Smollett Under Fire; Border Battle; Top U.S. General Visits Syria and Afghanistan. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• Haiti Government Calls for Return to Normal After Violent Protests; Interview with Gord Rodin, Co-Founder of Hope Grows; Pregnant Women Risk Their Lives to Harvest Tea; Real Madrid Suffer Another League Setback; Ramos Sent Off as Real Madrid Lose to Girona 2-1; Nelly Korda Completes Family Australia Slam; Australia Win Inaugural SailGP Event. Aired 12-1a ET
• In a Recent Poll, Three-quarters of Republican Party Want Trump to Run for Re-election in 2020; Grand Jury Convenes As Alleged R. Kelly Underage Sex Tape Surfaces; Trump to Give Afternoon Speech on Venezuela Today; Influx of Venezuelans is Causing Medical Shortages in Cucuta, Colombia; U.S. Aid to Arrive at Venezuelan Border February 23rd; Facebook Knowingly Violated Privacy Laws to Allow App Developers Access to User Data. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• Andrew McCabe Says That Trump's Own Words Prompted Counter Intelligence Investigation; Trump's Declaration Set to Be Challenged in Courts and Congress. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• Commander Visit Syria And Tells Allies that US Troops Are Leaving; Growing Rift Between United States and EU Allies on Display at Munich Conference; Merkel Rejects Trump's Claim That German Cars Pose A Security Threat; Trump Fan Raises Question About Dan Coats' Future; North Carolina Woman Says I Falsified Ballots at GOP Operative's Request; Britain Accuses Facebook of Being Digital Gangsters. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• Police Sources Say Evidence Suggests Smollett Orchestrated Attack; Kamala Harris Hosts Town Hall in New Hampshire Tonight; CNN Presidential Town Hall with Sen. Amy Klobuchar Tonight; Source Says Grand Jury Convened in R. Kelly Investigation; Florida School District Clarifies Middle School Student Not Arrested for Not Standing for Pledge. Aired 2:30-3p ET


February 17, 2019
• Fight against ISIS; Tense Pause in Protests as Haitians Gather Food, Water; Police Believe Actor Jussie Smollett Orchestrated Attack; Trump's National Emergency; Interview with Robert Weissman of Public Citizen. Aired 3-3:30a ET
• Fight against ISIS; Police Believe Actor Jussie Smollett Orchestrated Attack; Trump's National Emergency; Tense Pause in Protests as Haitians Gather Food, Water; Munich Security Conference; Funeral Held for Footballer Emiliano Sala. Aired 4-5a ET
• Fight against ISIS; Munich Security Conference; Police Believe Actor Jussie Smollett Orchestrated Attack; Tense Pause in Protests as Haitians Gather Food, Water; Trump's National Emergency; Funeral Held for Footballer Emiliano Sala; Photo Ops Build Up Russian President's Macho Image. Aired 5-6a ET
• Republicans On Capitol Hill Divided On The President's National Emergency; Eyes Are On "Empire" Star Jussie Smollett; President Trump Is Delivering An Ultimatum To European Allies; Democratic Presidential Hopefuls Are Forced To Answer Questions About Their Race And Gender; More Than A Week Of Violent Protests In Haiti Before The Country's Prime Minister Finally Broke His Silence; Former U.S. Congressman Anthony Wiener Has Just Been Transferred From Prison To A Halfway House. Aired 2-3p ET
• Trump Faces Challenges In Court Congress Over Emergency Declaration; 1,000 ISIS Fighters Likely Have Fled Syria Into Iraq; USAID Planes Deliver Aid To Venezuela Border; Kaepernick's Attorney Predicts He Will Soon Sign NFL Contract; Aurora Man Has Built 26,579 Crosses For Gun Violence Victims. Aired 3-4p ET
• Evidence Suggests Actor Jussie Smollett May Have Orchestrated Attack; Trump Faces Challenges in Court, Congress Over Emergency Declaration; Aired 4-5p ET
• Border Crisis, National Emergency Declared; U.S. Aid Blocked by President Maduro; Court Challenges and Congress over National Emergency Declaration; Trump Threatens to Release ISIS if E.U. Do Not Take Them; Mueller Probe's New Evidence on Roger Stone; Smollett Orchestrated His Attack; Civilians Fleeing ISIS Last Syria Territory; Building Border Wall Risk Land Seizures; Cross-Exam with Elie Honig. Aired 5-6 pm ET
• Democrats Accuse President Donald Trump Of Fabricating National Emergency Just To Get What He Wants; Heather Nauert, Pulled Her Name From Consideration As U.S. Ambassador; Chicago Police Would Like To Have Another Chance To Talk To Jussie Smollett; Venezuela People Are Struggling To Find Basic Necessities As The Humanitarian Crisis There Grows Worse. Aired 6-7p ET
• Interview with Republican Senator Marco Rubio; Venezuela's Economic, Political, Humanitarian Crisis Reaches Critical Level; Democrats Plan to Vote to Overturn Emergency Declaration. Aired 7-8p ET
• Trump Faces Challenges in Court, Congress Over Emergency Declaration; Deadly Protests Grip Haiti; Andrew McCabe Speaks Out on FBI Investigation into Trump. Aired 8-9p ET


February 16, 2019
• Trump Declares National Emergency; Special Counsel's Team Meets with White House Press Secretary Sarah Sanders; Nigerian Elections; World Leaders in Germany to Discuss Global Threats; Rising Popularity of Backcountry Skiing; Police Release Actor's Alleged Attackers. Aired 4-5a ET
• Trump Declares National Emergency; Interview with Texas State House Rep. Cesar Blanco; Special Counsel Says Manafort Deserves 20+ Years Prison; Vatican Defrocks Former Cardinal McCarrick; World Leaders in Germany to Discuss Global Threats; Fact-Check of U.S. President's Border Wall Claims; Nigerian Elections; Rising Popularity of Backcountry Skiing. Aired 5-6a ET
• Democratic Presidential Candidates Campaign in Early Primary States; Author of Biography of Joe Biden Discusses Possibility Former Vice President will Declare Presidential Candidacy; Alleged New Tape of R. Kelly with Underaged Girl Surfaces; Special Counsel Recommends Sentencing for Paul Manafort; President Trump Declares National Emergency to Appropriate Funding for Border Wall; Interview with Sen. Tina Smith (D-MN); Stockton, California, Launches Trial Run for Universal Basic Income. Aired 10-11a ET
• Latest on Aurora, IL, Shootings; Democratic Candidates for 2020 Presidential Election Out Stumping; Trump Emergency Declaration Discussed; Report: Several Killed As Protests Erupt In Haiti; Missionaries And Nurses Trapped In Haiti As Protests Sweep Country; Two Men Arrested In Connection With Alleged Attack On Empire Star Jussie Smollet Released Without Charge; DNC Cyber Security Head Issues Stark Warning To Candidates; Vatican Defrocks Top U.S. Cardinal Over Sex Abuse Claims. Aired 12-1p ET
• Democratic Presidential Candidates Campaign in Early Primary States; Analysts Examine Possibility of Gun Control as Democratic Presidential Primary Issue; Anti-Government Protests in Haiti Continue; President Trump Declares National Emergency to Appropriate Funding for Border Wall; Property Owners Affected by Border Wall Construction Sue Federal Government over Eminent Domain Claims; Gunman Kills Five in Aurora, Illinois; Interview with Rep. Lucy McBath (D- GA); Former Vice President Joe Biden and Current Vice President Mike Pence Speak at International Security Conference in Munich, Germany. Aired 2-3p ET
• President Donald Trump Declared National Emergency; Former Vice President Joe Biden Was At Global Security Conference In Munich; Special Counsel's Office Has Revealed A Major New Detail In The Russia Investigation; Illinois Manufacturing Business That Lost Five Employees Including A Student Intern In This Mass Shooting; Mexican Drug Lord Joaquin El Chapo Guzman Has Been Captured; New Version Of Barbie Will Include Dolls With Prosthetic Limbs And Wheelchairs. Aired 4-5p ET
• Democrat Presidential Candidates Call for Gun Debate after Illinois Mass Shooting; Democratic Presidential Candidates Stump as Race Heats Up; Gunman in Illinois Shooting Killed Victims after Being Fired; Trump on His National Emergency: "I Didn't Need to Do This"; Pence Compares Trump's Leadership to McCain; Ocasio-Cortez Will Likely Cheer Amazon Withdrawal from N.Y. During "Inaugural Address"; Payless ShoeSource is Closing All of Its 2100 Stores; U.S. Aid Lands on Venezuela Border; Prosecutors Say They Have Evidence of Roger Stone Communicating Directly with WikiLeaks; White House Press Secretary Sarah Sanders Interviewed by Special Counsel; Colorado Running Who Survived Mountain Lion Attack Talks About Near-Death Experience. Aired 1-2p ET
• Deadly Shooting Rampage in Aurora, Illinois; Biden Flexes Foreign Policy Credentials as He Mulls White House Run; Pence Calls on European Allies to Pull Out of Iran Nuke Deal; Interview with New Jersey Democrat Senator Bob Menendez; Prosecutors Have Evidence Roger Stone Communicated Directly with WikiLeaks; Vatican Defrocks Top Ex- U.S. Cardinal over Sex Abuse Claims; Police Update on Workplace Violence. Aired 11a-12p ET
• Beto O'Rourke Testing Presidential Waters in Chicago; Amy Klobuchar Talks Gun Control on Stump; Kamala Harris Hosts Town Hall in South Carolina; Interview with Democratic Presidential Candidate John Delaney; New Details on Aurora Shooting; Prosecutors Say They Have Evidence of Roger Stone Communicating Directly with WikiLeaks; White House Press Secretary Sarah Sanders Interviewed by Special Counsel; Prosecutors Say Paul Manafort's Crime So Bad Should Get 20 Years in Prison; CNN Fact-Checks Trump's Emergency Declaration/Wall Speech; U.S. Warns American to Avoid Haiti as Protests, Violence Grip Country; Catholic Cardinal Theodore McCarrick Expelled after Vatican Trial Finds Him Guilty of Sex Abuse. Aired 3-4p ET
• Nigerian Elections; Trump Declares National Emergency; Special Counsel Says Manafort Deserves 20+ Years Prison; World Leaders in Germany to Discuss Global Threats; Rising Popularity of Backcountry Skiing. Aired 3-3:30a ET
• Fake Emergency; Cocaine Bust; Klobuchar On State Of Emergency; Legal Challenges For Trump; Tape Of R. Kelly; Mueller Staff Interview With Sanders; CNN Uncovers Another Kremlin-Funded Operation Using Facebook to Reach Americans; Gen. Joseph Votel Publicly Disagrees with Trump on Syria Pull Out; U.S.-Backed Fighters Try to Knock Out ISIS in Syria; Mike Pence Says Iran Doing Same as Nazis & Called on European Allies to Stop Undermining Iran Sanctions, Supporting Iran Nuclear Deal; U.S. Warns American to Avoid Haiti as Protests, Violence Grip Country; New Twist in Case of Alleged Attack on Jussie Smollett. Aired 5-6p ET
• Smollett Claims Attack But Possibly A Hoax; President Declares National Emergency; Trump Admits He Didn't Need To Declare Emergency; Trump Undercuts His Own Case About Need For Natl Emergency; Democratic Candidates Hammer Early Voting States; Payless Shuttering All Of Its 2,100 U.S. Stores; Justice Ginsburg Returns To Supreme Court After Absence. Aired 8-9p ET
• Evidence Suggests Jussie Smollett Orchestrated Attack; Kaepernick's Lawyer Speaks For First Time Since Settlement; Colin Kaepernick, Ex-Teammate Settle Collusion Grievance With NFL; Heather Nauert Withdraws From Consideration as U.N. Ambassador. Aired 7-8p ET


February 15, 2019
• Trump To Declare National Emergency For Border Wall; Former Acting FBI Chief McCabe Tells CBS Justice Officials Discussed Removing Trump From Office; U.S. And China Face March 1 Deadline To Make A Deal; Pence: Iran Is The Greatest Threat To Peace In Region; Putin Hosts Erdogan And Rouhani In Sochi For Syria Talks; Saudi Men Facing Criminal Charges In U.S. "Vanishing". Aired 1-2a ET
• No Choices Left for President Trump; Brexit Vote Crushed in Parliament; Warsaw Summit Changed Course; U.S.-China Trade Talks Wrapping Up; Trump To Declare National Emergency For Border Wall; Former Acting FBI Chief McCabe Tells CBS Justice Officials Discussed Removing Trump From Office; Fake And Manipulated News Targets Election Campaign; Parkland Shooting Anniversary; Powerful Storms Drench California. Aired 3-4a ET
• Trump Will Sign Bill To Avoid Shutdown, Then Declare National Emergency To Free Billions For Border Wall, Official Says; Drone Activity Halts Departures At Dubai Airport; Candidates Make Final Push Ahead Of Saturday's Election; Amazon Scraps Plans For Second H.Q. In New York; Trump White House; Koreas Tensions; A Dangerous Precedent; Concerns on Repatriation; Myanmar Violence; Rohingya Crisis Plan. Aired 2-3a ET
• Barr Over Mueller Investigation; Accusations in McCabe Book; Trump to Declare National Emergency. Aired 9:30-10a ET
• Top U.S. General Disagrees With Trump on Syria Troop Withdrawal; General Joseph Votel: Iran is a Growing Threat to U.S.; Trump to Declare National Emergency Over Border Wall; Interview With Rep. Tom Reed (R-NY); Amazon Scraps Plans for New Headquarters in New York City; William Barr Confirmed as New Attorney General. Aired 9- 9:30
• Trump To Declare National Emergency Over Border Wall; Justice Ginsburg Returns To The Supreme Court; Top U.S. General: Iran A Growing Threat to U.S., Allies. Aired 10-10:30a ET
• Active Shooter in Illinois; Trump Makes False Claims to Defend Border Wall; Trump Declares National Emergency; Judge Issues Gag Order in Roger Stone Case. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• Live Coverage of President Trump's National Emergency Declaration. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• Trump Expected Emergency Declaration Examined; McCabe Claim of Article 25 Discussion Reported; U.S.-China Trade Talks Latest; Iran Sunnit Explored; Another Brexit Vote; Sandy Hook Lawsuit Against Alex Jones; Pitched Battle as ISIS Clings to Last Syrian Enclave; Amazon Scraps Plans for New York Headquarters; California Rain Leads to Mudslides, Floods; Chelsea, Inter Milan Win Their Games; Kuchar Defends Himself in Caddie Pay Dispute; Japan Rugby Super Fan Shares Memories of South African Win. Aired 12m-1a ET
• Trump Declared A National Emergency to Unlock Billions for His Wall; Trump Says, I Don't Need to Do This; Trump Says He Will Win in Supreme Court; Two Men Arrested in Alleged Attack on Actor Smollett. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• Police Say an Ongoing Active Shooter Situation at Aurora Illinois Business. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• Fact-Checking Trump's Assertions about the Situation at the Border; Trump Signs Spending Bill Averting 2nd Shutdown After Declaring National Emergency; Trump Talks about the Great Support He Gets from Conservative TV & Radio; Former Border Patrol Chief Talks Wall & Trump's National Emergency Declaration; Former Massachusetts Gov. Bill Weld Announces Launch of Presidential Exploratory Committee; Andrew McCabe Discusses Trump Siding with Vladimir Putin over Intel Agencies; Judge Places Gag Order on Roger Stone. Aired 2:30-3p ET


February 14, 2019
• Benjamin Netanyahu Robbing Attention from Conference; Non-Stop Fight to Retake ISIS Last Stronghold; Brexit Deadline Tightens; Venezuelans Flee to Get Humanitarian Aid; U.S. V.P. To Call Out Iran At Security Conference; High-Level China-U.S. Trade Talks Underway; Compromise Bill Falls Far Short On Wall Funding; Trump Hinted At Other Ways To Pay For Wall; Journalism Groups Condemning Ressa's Arrest. Aired 3-4a ET
• U.K. Parliament to Debate Next Steps for Brexit; Chasm Between Rich and Poor Continues to Grow; Copenhagen Light Festival, a Winter Wonderland. Aired 1-2a ET
• Interview with Rep. Gerry Connolly (D-VA); Venezuelans Flee To Neighboring Countries; Smollett Speaks Out over Attack. Aired 9:30-10a ET
• "The Shadow War" Reveals Global War On U.S. By Russia & China; Fired Acting FBI Director Breaks Silence On Why He Opened Investigations Into President Trump; McCabe To CBS: There Were Meetings At DOJ To Discuss Using The 25th Amendment To Remove President Trump; Judge Voids Manafort Plea Deal, Says He Lied To FBI & Mueller; Today Lawmakers Vote On Bill To Avoid Shutdown. Aired 10- 10:30a ET
• McConnell Says Trump Will Sign Budget Deal, Then Declare National Emergency to Fund Border Wall; Interview With Rep. Dan Kildee (D-MI). Aired 3-3:30p ET
• Andrew McCabe Breaks His Silence on Investigations into President Trump; Judge Voids Manafort Plea Deal, Says He Lied to FBI and Mueller; Manafort's Lawyers Say He Did Not Intentionally Lie to Special Counsel and His Team; Lawmakers Vote on Bill to Avoid Government Shutdown; Investors Optimistic Amid New U.S.-China Trade Talks; Interview With Rep. Gerry Connolly (D-VA). Aired 9-9:30a ET
• President Trump Likely to Sign Border Funding Deal but May Also Declare National Emergency; Parkland Shooting Survivor on Anniversary Calls for Gun Control Legislation; Interview with Rep. Francis Rooney (R-FL); Chicago Police Identify Persons of Interest in Jussie Smollett Attack. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• Andrew McCabe Says Department of Justice Discussed Removing Trump Using 25th Amendment; Judge Says Manafort Lied to Mueller About Russia Contacts; Feinstein Meets with Joe Biden, Believes He Will Run for President; Avenatti Claims Tape Shows R. Kelly Having Sex with Underage Girl. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• McConnell Says Trump to Sign Bill, Declare National Emergency; Nancy Pelosi, House Speaker, Weekly Briefing; Pelosi Says Border issues Not an Emergency. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• Avenatti Claims Video Shows R. Kelly Having Sex with Underaged Girl; Wife of Trump's Comms Chief Goes on Anti-Vaccine Rant; Aides Less Certain Now Trump Will Sign Bill to Avoid Government Shutdown; GOP Lawmakers Wait for Trump Decision Before Passing Bill to Avoid Shutdown. Aired 2:30-3p ET
• Progress in China-U.S. Trade Talks; Income Inequality in America Examined; Judge Rules Manafort Violated Plea Deal by Lying to Authorities; Netanyahu Tweet on Iran Turns Heads, and is Later Amended; Fears Over Truck Delays if No Brexit Deal; Trump & Duque Marquez Pledge Support for Venezuelan Opposition Leader; Venezuelan Refugees Stream into Colombia; NASA Says Good-Bye to Mars Rover after 15 Years; Fans Set Off Fireworks Outside Real Madrid Hotel; Caen and Nantes Remember Sala. Aired 12m-1a ET
• Netanyahu Tweet on Iran Causes Concern; Manafort Violated Plea Deal, Judge Says; Venezuela Opposition Takes Steps to Seize Oil Revenue as Maduro Issues Threat; Theresa May: No Plans To Delay Brexit; Former U.S. Intel Specialist Charged With Spying For Iran; Copenhagen Light Festival A Winter Wonderland. Aired 2-3a ET


February 13, 2019
• Bangladesh Closes Border to Rohingya Refugees; Venezuelan Hospitals Struggle Under U.S. Sanctions; 'Messi Boy' Becomes Taliban Target in Afghanistan; Manchester United's Winning Streak Stopped by PSG; Lauded Goalkeeper Gordon Banks Dies at Age 81; Rugby Enthusiasm Surges in Japan after South Africa Win; Trump not happy but expected to sign budget deal; Drug lord El Chapo convicted, faces life in prison; Inside India's Squalid Rohingya refugee camps. Aired 12m-1a ET
• Former Starbucks CEO Short On Specific Policies; U.S. May Delay China Trade Deal Deadline; Parkland Shooting Anniversary; 2018 U.S. Gun Liberation; A Tale Or Tail Of Two Trumps; Michael Cohen's Recovery Excuse in Restaurant; El Chapo's Happy Days Are Over; Freezing Temperatures Across the Northern U.S. Aired 3-4a ET
• Trump Expected to Sign Budget Deal; Iran Shows Off Its Ballistic Missile Capability; AMI Denies Wrongdoing after Bezos Extortion Allegations; The Joys of Prison Life; Huge Crowds Protest For And Against Maduro; Showdown Looming Between Maduro And Guaido Over Aid; Drug Lord "El Chapo" Convicted, Faces Life In Prison; U.K. P.M. Promises Meaningful Vote After More Talks With E.U.; Turkey Orders Detention Of More Than 1,100 People. Aired 1-2a ET
• Trump Expected To Sign The Compromise To Avoid Another Shutdown; "El Chapo" Found Guilty And Facing Life In Prison; Venezuela Still In Crisis Mode; Murtaza A Seven-Year-Old Became Famous And His Family And Town Attacked By Taliban; Venezuelan hospitals running out of supplies, El Chapo convicted, faces life in prison, Trump not happy with budget deal compromise, U.K. PM promises meaningful vote after more talks with E.U., Iran shows off its ballistic missile capability, Aired 2-3a ET
• Cohen Testimony Postponed; Trump to Sign Border Deal; Interview with Sen. Bob Menendez (D-NJ). Aired 9:30-10a ET
• Howard Schultz Weighs in on Policy, But Avoids Specifics in Town Hall Debate; Amy Klobuchar: Medicare for All is an "Option" for Health Care Goals; Trump Intending to Sign Deal to Avoid Shutdown; Richard Burr: Any Goodwill Toward Cohen Gone After He Stiffed Senate Intelligence Committee; Cohen's Lawyer Cites Cohen's Testimony on Capitol Hill was Postponed Due to Shoulder Surgery; Trump Intends to Sign Border Deal to Avoid Shutdown; Text Not Finished Yet on Deal to Avoid Shutdown. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• Trump Intends To Sign Border Deal To Avoid Shutdown; Dem Aide: Text Not Finished Yet On Deal To Avoid Govt. Shutdown; Schultz Says He Will Not Run For President If It Looks Like His Candidacy Will Help Trump; Senate Intel Chair Slams Michael Cohen For Missing Testimony. Aired 10-10:30a ET
• Brock Long Out as FEMA Chief; Interview With Rep. Andre Carson (D-IN); Trump Intends to Sign Deal to Avoid Shutdown. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• Senate Intel Chair Slams Michael Cohen For Missing Testimony; Menendez, Deutch Introduce Bill Banning High-Capacity Gun Magazines; Critics: Name Of Dixie School District A Reminder Of Slavery; Trump, Colombian President Meet Amid Humanitarian Crisis; Political Crisis Impacts Venezuela's Hospitals; CDC: More Than 100 Measles Cases Reported In 10 States. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• CNN Sources Say Trump Intends to Sign Deal to Avoid Shutdown; Trump Slams Omar on Anti-Semitism But Ignores His Own Controversies; Pelosi Says Trump and Pence Should Not Criticize Omar's Tweets; Judge May Rule on Manafort's Alleged Lies to Mueller; Roger Stone Speaks Ahead of Potential Gag Order; Howard Schultz Won't Say If He Would Sell Starbucks Stock. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• Brock Long is Out as FEMA Chief; Ex-Air Force Officer Charged with Spying for Iran; A Record 7 Million Americans Are 90 Days Behind on Car Payments; Historic Street in Virginia to Be Renamed for Arthur Ashe; Confessed Serial Killer Draws Portraits for His 90 Victims; Bipartisan Senators Target Russia Over Syria, Ukraine Interference. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• Harold Schultz Won't Say If He'll Sell Starbucks Stocks If Elected President; Ocasio-Cortez Highlights Flaws With Campaign Finance Laws; Dick Cheney's Doctor On Trump's Physical: "What Are They Hiding?"; DEA's Ray Donovan Talks El Chapo Arrest And Trial; It Appears A Deal To Avoid Shutdown Will Pass, Trump Expected to Sign. Aired 2:30-3p ET


February 12, 2019
• Trump Heads To Texas To Make Case For Wall; Trump Belittles Competing O'Rourke Rally; CNN Team Witnesses Intense Fighting In E. Syria; Battle Rages As Terrorists Cling To Last Syrian Enclave; U.K. Posts Slowest Growth In Six Years; Possibility Of A "No-Deal" Brexit Has Businesses On Edge; Russia and China Taking the Lead on Global Affairs; Russian Gun Rights Activist Says She's No Spy; A Town Being Swallowed by the Sea; Aerosmith Frontman Helps Young Girls in Need. Aired 1-2a ET
• Government Shutdown Could Happen Again; President Trump Says Wall Saves Lives; President Maduro Continues to Block Humanitarian Aid; Trump and O'Rourke hold dueling rallies; Battle Rages As ISIS Clings To Last Syrian Enclave; A Defiant Iran; Ending The Stigma Of Menstruation; Changing Climate. Aired 3-4a ET
• Negotiators Reach Tentative Deal to Keep Government Open; Washington Bracing for President Trump to Weigh in on Deal Over Border Wall Funding Agreement; NYT: Senior Officers Worried that Troops at Border Aren't Conducting Training Needed for Their Regular Missions; White House Refuses to Meet Congress' Deadline on Khashoggi Killing; GOP and Democrats Plan to Pressure Trump on Khashoggi as Pompeo Denies Covering Up for His Murder; Dow Set to Rise as Investors are Optimistic Over Border Deal; Interview With Sen. James Lankford (R- OK); Bipartisan Negotiators Reach Tentative Deal to Keep Government Open; President's Closest Allies Slam Deal to Avoid Shutdown; Aired 9- 9:30a ET
• Dowd on Mueller Report; O'Rourke and Trump Hold Dueling Rallies; Protesters Flood Venezuela's Streets; Cuomo Talks Taxes with Trump. Aired 9:30-10a ET
• Negotiators Reach Tentative Deal To Keep Govt. Open; CNN: Trump Thinks Congress Will Never Be Serious About Wall; Rep. Omar Apologizes "Unequivocally" For Tweets Called Anti-Semitic; CNN Hosts Howard Scultz In Town Hall Aired Tonight At 10PM ET. Aired 10-10:30a ET
• Democrats Ramping Up Oversight of Trump Administration; El Chapo Guilty on All Counts; Trump Likely to Sign Deal to Avoid Another Shutdown. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• Howard Schultz Town Hall Appearance on CNN Tonight; Former Sen. Gabby Giffords' Husband to Run for McCain's Arizona Senate Seat; President Trump's Former Lawyer John Dowd Claims No Mueller Report Will be Made Public; North Korean Military Exercises Continue Unchanged; Louisiana Town Receives Grant to Relocate People Displaced by Climate Change; Virginia Lieutenant Governor Justin Fairfax's Staffers Resigning Amid Calls for His Impeachment; Funeral for Rep. John Dingell to be Held Later Today. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• 2022 Challenges Assumptions on Women Candidates; Lufthansa Airlines Sues Passenger Who Missed His Flight; Michael Cohen Once Again Does Not Show Up for Court; Bill Cosby Calls Prison an Amazing Experience. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• Trump Says, Can't Say I'm Happy About Bipartisan Border Deal; Why Trump's National Emergency Threat Concerns the GOP; Trump Calls on Freshman Democrats to Resign Over Her Remark; Conservative Klobuchar Is Trump's Worst Nightmare. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• Op-Ed: Amy Klobuchar Trump's Worst Nightmare; Gun Control Advocate Mark Kelly to Run McCain's Senate Seat; Fl. Rep. Ted Deutch Plans to Introduce a Bill to Ban High-Capacity Gun Magazines; A Mother's Valentine's Letter to Her Daughter, a Parkland Shooting Victim; White House Official Says Trump Will Likely Sign Government Funding Bill; White House Correspondent's Association Responds to Attack on Journalist at Trump Rally; Baton Rouge P.D. Undercover Officers Admit to Using Blackface. Aired 2:30-3p ET
• U.S. negotiators say they have reached an agreement in principle to avoid another government shutdown, Battle rages as terrorists cling to last Syrian enclave, Opposition leader urges protests on Youth Day, U.S. Secretary of State visit Hungary, Aired 12m-1a ET
• Washington Braces for Trump to Weigh In On Shutdown Deal; The Great Human-Computer Debate; Students Aiming To End The Stigma Of Menstruation. Aired 2-3a ET


February 11, 2019
• Government Shutdown Could Happen Again; U.S.-backed Fighters Seize Last Rebel-held Area; Iranians Celebrated Islamic Revolution; Venezuela Purchase More Missiles; World Headlines; Senator Elizabeth Warren Calls Out Donald Trump by Name; Virginia's Top Three Officials Mired in Scandal; UAE, China and India Are Making Deals Worth Billions; Women, Hip-Hop Win Big at the Grammys. Aired 3-4a ET
• Battle Rages Against ISIS In Its Last Syrian Enclave; Assault Underway On Terror Groups Last Syrian Enclave; U.S. Shutdown Looms As Border Funding Talks Stall; Maduro Announces Purchase Of Missile Launchers; Opposition Leader Juan Guaido Demands Opening Of Border; Women Making Impossible Survival Choices; U.A.E., China and India are Making Deals Worth Billions; Iran's Islamic Revolution: 40 Years Later; Countdown to Brexit; Virginia's Top Three Democrats Mired in Scandal, Hip-Hop Makes History at the 2019 Grammy Awards. Aired 1-2a ET
• Northam Speaks Out; Trump Hold Border Wall Rally; Democrat Accused of Anti-Semitism; Teachers Strike in Denver. Aired 9:30-10a ET
• Border Wall Talks Break Down Ahead Of Second Possible Government Shutdown; Women And Diversity Celebrated At Prestigious Awards Show; Women, Hip-Hop Dominate Music's Biggest Night; Childish Gambino's "This Is America" Wins Record Of The Year And Song Of The Year; U.S.-Backed Fighters Report Strong Pushback; Another Shutdown is Looming; Venezuela's Power Struggle Continues; Trade Between China and the UAE. Aired 2-3a ET
• Border Talks Break Down As Friday Deadline Looms; Bipartisan Negotiations Hit Snag Over Limit On Detaining Migrants & Wall Funding; Democratic Hopefuls Campaign In Early Voting States; "Tens Of Thousands" Of Isis Fighters Still In Syria, Iraq. Aired 10-10:30a ET
• Senator Booker Holds Campaign Event in South Carolina; Senators Warren and Klobuchar Formally Enter Presidential Race; Klobuchar Responds to Reports She Mistreats Staff; Democratic Hopefuls Campaign in Early Voting States; Trump Jokes About Trail of Tears in Warren Slam; Crowded Field of Democratic Candidates Grows Even Larger; Trump to Hold Rally for Wall at Border Tonight. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• Democratic Presidential Field Grows; Will Trump Shut Down Government Again Over Border Wall?; Congresswoman Ilhan Omar Under Fire. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• Talks Break Down as Another Government Shutdown looms; Trump and O'Rourke hold Dueling Rallies In El Paso Tonight; Democratic Leaders Call on Omar to Apologize for Remarks; Klobuchar Says on Treatment of Staff, Yes, I Can Be Tough; Op-Ed Says Record Number of Women Running, "Get Used to It". Aired 2-2:30p ET
• General: "Tens Of Thousands" Of ISIS Fighters Still In Syria; Turmoil In Virginia, VA. Lt. Gov. Tells WAPO He Won't Resign Despite Assault Allegations; Gov. Northan On Calls To Resign: "I'm Not Going Anywhere"; Trump Heads To El Paso Today To Rally For Border Wall; Grammy Award Historic Wins For Women, Hip Hop On Music's Biggest Night. Aired 10:30-11 ET
• Kamala Harris Takes on Questions About Her "Blackness"; Trump Mocks "Trail of Tears" Genocide, Which Killed Thousands; Average Tax Refund Down 8 Percent So Far This Season. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• Op-Ed: Record Number of Women Running, "Get Used to It;" Jennifer Lopez Criticized for Grammy Tribute to Motown; VA Governor Says He's Not Resigning, Understands White Privilege Better; Poll: 58 Percent of Black Virginians Want Governor to Stay; NFL's Kareem Hunt to Play for Cleveland Browns; Kamala Harris Once Supported Turning Over Undocumented Juvenile Suspects to Federal Authorities. Aired 2:30-3p ET
• ISIS Is Under Siege But Putting Up Resistance In Its Last Syrian Enclave; Acting U.S. Defense Secretary Has Touched Down In Afghanistan For An Unannounced Trip; Another U.S. Government Shutdown Could Be Just Days Away; Senator Amy Klobuchar Of Minnesota Announced Her Run For President On Sunday; Desperation In Venezuela As Mothers Struggle To Feed Their Families. Aired 12m-1a ET


February 10, 2019
• Five Days Away Now From Another Potential Government Shutdown If Lawmakers Cannot Reach A Deal To Fund The U.S. Government; Senator Amy Klobuchar Is Expected To Announce Her Candidacy There From Minneapolis, Minnesota Right Along The Mississippi River; U.S. Senator Cory Booker Is In South Carolina; Senator Elizabeth Warren Is Crisscrossing The State In Here First Full Day Of Campaigning As A Declared Presidential Candidate; Jury Deliberations For The Trial For Joaquin "El Chapo" Guzman Head Into A Second Week Tomorrow; Teachers At Denver's Public Schools Are Set To Go On Strike. Aired 2-3p ET
• Sen. Amy Klobuchar Announces 2020 Bid For President; Doctor: President Trump in "Very Good Health". 3-4pm ET
• Government Funding Talks Stall Five Days Before Shutdown Deadline; Federal Employee Just Received Back Pay for Historic Shutdown; Senator Amy Klobuchar Announces 2020 Bid for President. Aired 4-5p ET
• Elizabeth Warren Enters Race for the White House; 2020 Candidates on the Campaign Trail; Border Security Ramps Up as Migrants Wait to Enter U.S.; U.S.-Backed Forces Assault Last ISIS Enclave in Syria; Venezuelan Leaders Urged to End Standoff over Humanitarian Aid; Duke of Edinburgh Voluntarily Surrenders Driving License; Brexit Turmoil; China's Aging Population; Skier Lindsey Vonn to Retire; World Marathon Challenge. Aired 4-5a ET
• Government Shutdown Looming Again; White House Failure on Khashoggi Update; Senator Amy Klobuchar Joins 2020 Presidential Race; Trump Kicks Off 2020 Rally in El Paso, Texas; Fifteen Years of Facebook; Gender Equality and Equal Pay in Surfing; Grammy Awards Turned Down by Top Hip Hop Performers. Aired 5-6 pm ET
• U.S.-Backed Forces Assault Last ISIS Enclave in Syria; Elizabeth Warren Enters Race for the White House; Venezuelan Leaders Urged to End Standoff over Humanitarian Aid; Male Tiger Kills Prospective Mate at First Meeting; Interview with Grey Stafford, Animal Trainer and Zoologist; Grammys and BAFTAs to Honor Best in Entertainment. Aired 3-3:30a ET
• Near Breakdown Of Border Security Talks As The Deadline For Lawmakers Not Just A Kind Of Deal But To Get It Passed In Both The House And The Senate Looms At The End Of This Week; Fast-Growing Field Of Democratic Candidates Running For President; Governor Ralph Northam Made His Case For Staying In Office After Both He And Attorney General Mark Herring Admitted To Wearing Blackface Decades Ago; Aired 6-7p ET
• Border Security Talks Hit Stalemate, Deal Uncertain; Trump to Make Border Trip Tomorrow as Shutdown Looms; Trump Defends Executive Time After Schedule Leaked; Long List of Politicians Refused to Resign Amid Controversy; Can Top Virginia Dems Stay in Office Despite Controversies? Aired 7-8p ET
• Government Funding Talks Stall Five Days Before Shutdown Deadline; Interview with Representative John Garamendi (D-CA), Senator Amy Klobuchar Announces 2020 Bid for President; Aired 8-9p ET
• Hearings, Investigations, Rallies and Rhetoric in the U.S.' Divided Government; 2020 Candidates on the Campaign Trail; Elizabeth Warren Enters Race for the White House; U.S.-Backed Forces Assault Last ISIS Enclave in Syria; U.S.-Backed Forces Assault Last ISIS Enclave in Syria; Venezuelan Leaders Urged to End Standoff over Humanitarian Aid; Virginians Split on Governor's Future; Male Tiger Kills Prospective Mate at First Meeting; Duke of Edinburgh Voluntarily Surrenders Driving License; Grammys and BAFTAs to Honor Best in Entertainment. Aired 5-6a ET


February 09, 2019
• Sen. Elizabeth Warren Announces Candidacy for President at Massachusetts Rally; Caravan Awaits at Eagle Pass, Texas, to Cross Border. Aired 12-1p ET
• Senator Elizabeth Warren Expected to Announce Presidential Candidacy for 2020; Presidential Candidate Senator Cory Booker Campaigns in Iowa; Democratic Leaders Call for Virginia Lieutenant Governor Justin Fairfax to Resign after Second Sexual Assault Accuser Comes Forward; Interview with Rep. Paul Tonko (D-NY); Some Democrats Put Forward Green New Deal Proposal; Jeff Bezos Accuses "National Enquirer" Publisher of Blackmail and Extortion; Saudi Foreign Ministry Tweets Opposition to Ongoing Khashoggi Murder Investigation; U.S., Russia, and France Test Nuclear Capable Missiles within Hours of One Another. Aired 10-11a ET
• Feds Investigating Bezos' Claim against "National Enquirer"; Trump Misses Magnitsky Act Deadline in Khashoggi Murder Case; Acting U.S. Attorney General Questioned by House Democrats; France Recalls Ambassador amid Diplomatic Row with Italy; Finding Purpose after Human Trafficking. Aired 3-3:30a ET
• Elizabeth Warren Announces Presidential Candidacy for 2020; Interview with Rep. Sheila Jackson Lee (D-TX); Acting Attorney General Matthew Whitaker Testifies before Congress; Jeff Bezos Accuses "National Enquirer" Publisher of Blackmail and Extortion; Trump Administration Does Not Deliver Expected Report on Murder of Journalist Jamal Khashoggi; Presidential Candidate Senator Cory Booker Campaigns in Iowa; This Year's Grammy Awards Featuring More Female Artists. Aired 2-3p ET
• Sen. Elizabeth Announces Presidential Run; Trump Re-election Team Reacts to Warren Prior to Announcement; Warren Vows Not to Take Money from PACs or Lobbyists; Cory Booker Campaigns in Iowa; Acting A.G. Testified Before House Judiciary Committee; Democrats to Investigate, Trump Finances, Russia Ties; Interview with Rep. Denny Heck (D-WA); Trump Ignores Congress' Deadline on Khashoggi Report; Saudi Prince Threatened to "Put a Bullet" in Khashoggi a Year Before He Was Murdered; Amazon's Jeff Bezos Says "National Enquirer" Publisher Tried to Extort Him; Bezos Hints at Saudi, AMI Connection in Bombshell Report; Jeff Bezos' Accusations Could Raise Libel Issues for "National Enquirer" Publisher AMI; U.S.-Backed Syrian Democratic Forces in Last Push to Eliminate ISIS in Syria. Aired 1-2p ET
• Warren Launches Presidential Big Amid Heritage Controversy; Poll: Candidate Beating Trump Most Important & Most Democrats Say Bring on Biden; Amy Klobuchar, of Minnesota, Expected to Jump in to the 2020 Race Tomorrow; Howard Dean Discusses Democratic 2020 Race; Schultz Has His "Please Clap" Moment During Speech; Feds Investigating Bezos' Claims Against "National Enquirer"; Bezos Cites Saudi Connection in Blackmail Accusations; Ronan Farrow Says He's Faced Blackmail Efforts from Tabloid; Virginia Lt. Governor Fairfax Faces Impeachment Threats, Calls to Resign; Virginia Governor Northam Does Not Call for Fairfax Resignation; Acting A.G. Testified on Capitol Hill in Contentious Hearing; Source: Lawmakers Heading to Funding Deal with Far Less Border Wall Money Than Trump Wants; CNN Reports from Front Line of Battle Against ISIS in Syria. Aired 3-4p ET
• Dems Hit Campaign Trail across the Country This Weekend; Jeff Bezos Accuses "National Enquirer" of Blackmail, Extortion; VA Dem Lawmaker Threatens to Impeach Lt. Gov. unless He Resigns; Facebook at 15; Sen. Warren to Announce 2020 Bid for President. Aired 11a-12p ET
• Massachusetts Senator Elizabeth Warren Is Now Officially Running For President; Allegations Of Extortion And Blackmail For Escaped Photos, Secret Texts And The Richest Man In The World; Acting A.G. Testified on Capitol Hill in Contentious Hearing; Deeper Look at Trump's Health after 2nd Physical in Office; New Questions Raised Over Death of Godfather of Soul James Brown; Questions Raised about Death of James Brown's 3rd Wife; A Preview of This Year's Grammy Awards. Aired 4-5p ET
• Acting U.S. Attorney General Questioned by House Democrats; Border Security Beefed Up around Eagle Pass, Texas; Feds Investigating Bezos' Claim against "National Enquirer"; Trump Misses Magnitsky Act Deadline in Khashoggi Murder Case; Troops in Syria Warn ISIS Isn't Finished Yet; Dutch Flower Exporters Warn against No Deal Brexit. Aired 4-5a ET
• Political Chaos in Virginia; Acting U.S. Attorney General Questioned by House Democrats; Feds Investigating Bezos' Claim against "National Enquirer"; Venezuela Crisis; Trump Announces Site of Next Kim Jong-un Meeting; U.S. Border Deal Has Less Than Trump Wants; Mosque Attacker Gets Life, No Parole; Fire Destroys Youth Training Center in Brazil, Kills 10; Finding Purpose after Surviving Human Trafficking; CNN Special Traces Facebook's Complicated History. Aired 5-6a ET
• Warren Launches Bid; Polls For Presidency; Interview With Julian Castro; Possible Impeachment; Northam Plans Reconciliation Tour; Bezos Cites Saudi Connection in Blackmail Accusations; Acting A.G. Testified on Capitol Hill in Contentious Hearing; Evan McMullin Talks Howard Schultz's Possible Independent Presidential Run; A Preview of This Year's Grammy Awards. Aired 5-6p ET
• Warren Launches Presidential Bid Amid Heritage Controversy; CNN Reporting From Frontline Of Battle Against ISIS; Conway Describes Alleged October Assault In Restaurant; Spectators Throw Crumbs As Lookalike Ivanka Vacuums. Aired 8-9p ET


February 08, 2019
• Trump Lashes Out as Democrats Step Up Investigations; Meetings between Afghan Leaders, Taliban; Interview with Hamid Karzai; Villagers Fleeing from Syria Tell Their Stories; Movies about Women Being Celebrated This Year; U.K. Meets European Council President In Brussels; France Recalls Ambassador To Italy In Diplomatic Spat; Jeff Bezos Accuses National Enquirer Of Extortion Attempt; Venezuelans In The Slums Face Hunger, Question Maduro; Football Star Emiliano Sala's Body Identified. Aired 1-2a ET
• Bezos to Unleash His Intimate Secrets; Wasted Efforts in Brussels; Venezuelans Lined Up at Night to Receive Foreign Aid; Brexit Negotiations In Brussels At An Impasse; Jeff Bezos Accuses National Enquirer Of Extortion; Aid Trucks Arrive At Colombian-Venezuelan Border; War On ISIS; Immigration Debate; From Waste To Art. Aired 3-4a ET
• Whitaker Testifies before House Committee. Aired 9:30-10a ET
• Brexit Backstop: Theresa May to Meet Ireland's Leo Varadkar in bid to Break Deadlock; Green New Deal Resolution Unveiled; Pelosi Appears To Pour Cold Water On "Green Deal"; Time-Lapse Video Shows Impact Of Australian Floods; Humanitarian Trucks Stuck at a Colombian Border; Jeff Bezos Claims He's Been Blackmailed by One of the President's Closest Allies; Matthew Whitaker to Testify This Friday; Pentagon is Sending 250 Active-Duty Troops; Germany Cracking Down on Facebook; Australia and the United States Joined Forces for a Drug Bust of Historic Proportions. Aired 2-3a ET
• Negotiators Optimistic About a Deal to Avoid Second Government Shutdown; Conway Describes Alleged October Assault in Restaurant; National Enquirer Publisher AMI Responds to Bezos' Blackmail Allegations; Acting AG Whitaker to Face Lawmakers on Capitol Hill. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• U.K. Meets European Council President In Brussels; France Recalls Ambassador To Italy In Diplomatic Spat; Football Star Emiliano Sala's Body Identified; Venezuelans In the Slums Face Hunger, Question Maduro; Jeff Bezos Accuses "National Enquirer" Of Extortion Attempt. Aired 12m-1a ET
• Discussion of Matthew Whitaker's Testimony Before House Judiciary Committee; Jeff Bezos Accuses National Enquirer of Attempted Extortion and Blackmail; Congressional Conference Committee Expects to Reach a Deal by Monday. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• Acting Attorney General Says I Have Not Interfered in Any Way in Mueller Probe; Whitaker Says He Has Not Talked to Trump About the Mueller Probe; Whitaker Is Being Grilled by Lawmakers on The Russia Probe; Whitaker Asked About Family Separations at The Border; Whitaker Says He Has Not Received Mueller's Report. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• Acting Attorney General Matthew Whitaker Grilled Before Congress. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• Acting AG Testifies, But Says He Won't Discuss Talks With Trump. Aired 10-10:30a ET
• Whitaker Says I Have Not Denied Any Funds to The Mueller Probe; Trump Getting Physical as He Doesn't Follow Doctor's Orders; Prosecutors Are Reviewing If The "National Enquirer" Violated A Non- Prosecution Deal by Publishing Story on Bezos; "New York Times" Says Saudi Prince Told Aide He Would Use Bullet on Jamal Khashoggi. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• Coverge of the Whitaker Testimony Continues. Aired 2:30-3p ET


February 07, 2019
• Tusk Special Place In Hell For No-Plan Bresiteers; U.K. P.M. Hopes To Negotiate Backstop With E.U. Leaders; Maduro Blocks Aid On Bridge From Colombia; Maduro: Our Armed Forces Are Never Traitors; U.S. Envoy In N. Korea To Prepare For Trump-Kim Summit. Democrats Launch Probe of Trump's Finances and Russia; Madagascar Dealing with Deadly Measles Outbreak; Making Music with Treasured Violins. Aired 1- 2a ET
• House Intelligence Committee Squeezes More on Trump; Bride Barricaded by Venezuelan Army; President Trump and Kim Jong-un to Meet in Vietnam; U.K. To Meet E.U. Leaders In Brussels; Maduro Blocks Aid On Bridge To Venezuela; Democrats Launch Probe Of Trump's Finances And Russia; Green New Deal; Preserving Heritage Note By Note. Aired 3-4a ET
• Maduro Blocks Aid on Bridge from Colombia; Tusk: Special Place in Hell for No-Plan Brexiteers; Democrats Launch Probe of Trump's Finances and Russia; Sanders: This Has Nothing To Do With The President; Maduro Blocks Aid On Bridge To Venezuela; Democrats Launch Probe Of Trump's Finances And Russia. Aired 12m-1a ET
• Maduro Blocks Aid on Bridge from Colombia; Tusk: Special Place in Hell for No-Plan Brexiteers; U.S. Envoy in North Korea to Prepare for Trump-Kim Summit; Democrats Launch Probe of Trump's Finances and Russia; Trump's Family Separation Policy under Scrutiny; Venezuela's Juan Guaido Orders Army to Allow Entry of Humanitarian Aid; Environmental Damage Could Last For Decades; Madagascar Dealing With Measles Outbreak; Nancy Pelosi's Mocking Clap During Speech Goes Viral. Aired 2-3a ET
• Democrats Defy Trump, Step Up Investigations on Him and His Administration; Nancy Pelosi: Another Shutdown is a "Too Hot to Handle" Issue for GOP; Scandals Engulf Virginia's Top Three Democratic Officials; A New Study Shows E-Cigarette Maker JUUL Triggers Nicotine "Arms Race"; Trump Threatens National Emergency to Build Border Wall; Congress Faces Government Funding Deadline By Next Friday; House Democrats Ramp Up Push to Obtain Trump Tax Returns; U.S. Futures Point Lower Over Global Growth Worries; Interview With Rep. Chuck Fleischmann (R-TN). Aired 9-9:30a ET
• Chaos in Virginia Politics; Will Trump Shut Down Government Again?; Interview With Rep. Raja Krishnamoorthi (D-IL); Trump Furious Over Congressional Investigations. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• Senate Judiciary Votes On AG Nominee William Barr; Negotiations Underway, Both Sides Feeling "Very Positive" In Shutdown Talks; Scandals Engulf Virginia's Top Three Democratic Officials; House Dems Holding Hearing On Family Separation Policy; Trump Blasts Dems As They Step Up Investigations Into Him & His Admin. Aired 10-10:30a ET
• Justice Department Says Acting Attorney General Won't Testify If He's Subpoenaed; Congressional Oversight of Trump Begins from Finances to Family Separations; CNN Poll Says Almost Everyone Wants Mueller's Report to Be Public; Pelosi Says Another Shutdown Is Too Hot to Handle for the GOP; Trump Speaks on Border Talks as Shutdown Looms. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• Democrats Seek Probe, Not Resignation, of Fairfax on Allegation; Three Top Democrats in Virginia Embroiled in Scandal; El Paso GOP Mayor Rips Trump's Claim Barrier Lowered Crime; Delta Apologizes to Passengers for Creepy Diet Coke Napkins; Trump Is Furious after Adam Schiff Hires Ex-Security Aides; Trump Administration Grilled on Family Separations. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• Scandal Engulfs Virginia Officials; Maduro Blocks Aid; Congressman and Parkland Shooting Parents Clash; Concern over Nicotine Concentration. Aired 9:30-10a ET
• William Barr Likely to be Confirmed by Senate Judiciary Committee; Members of Congress Likely to Reach Border Funding Agreement; Top Virginia State Democrats Accused in Scandals; Democratic Lawmakers Unveil Green New Deal; White House Due to Release Jamal Khashoggi Report Tomorrow. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• Trump Talks Shutdown Talks & DOJ on Whitaker Not Testifying Unless Democrats Drop Subpoena Threat; Democrats Ocasio-Cortez, Markey Unveil Legislation for Green New Deal; Howard Schultz Teases 2020 Run, Says We're on Collision Course with Time on Climate Change; What Modern America Needs to Understand about Racist Blackface History; CNN Special Report, "Facebook at 15, It's Complicated". Aired 2:30-3p ET


February 06, 2019
• Did Not Air. 12m-3a
• Warren Listed Race as American Indian; Interview with Rep. David Cicilline (D-RI); Trump Touts Progress in Syria; Trump Announces North Korea Summit. Aired 9:30-10a ET
• Trump Calls for Unity, End to Partisan Investigations During State of the Union; Trump: If Congress Fails to Act on Wall, "I'll Get it Built"; Washington Post: Warren Listed Race as "American Indian" for Texas Bar; Trump Touts Progress Against ISIS in Syria; Trump Makes Claim About Illegal Immigrant Crime; Trump Focuses on Border Battle, Ignores Shutdown in Speech and Calls for Unity and an End to Partisan Investigations; Interview With Sen. John Kennedy (R-LA); Lawmakers Hope to Reach Deal Averting Shutdown By End of Week. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• Trump Speaks Out on Syria Exit Decision; Chaos in Virginia Politics; Trump Furious Over Democrats' Probe of Finances. Aired 3- 3:30p ET
• Trump Picks A World Bank Critic to Run the World Bank; Virginia Attorney General Also Admits to Wearing Blackface; A CNN Poll Says 50% of All Adults Would Back Joe Biden for President; Trump Denounces Socialism in A Speech, Positioning Against the Democrats; Elizabeth Warren Listed Her Race as American Indian for The Texas Bar. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• Trump Pledges To Stop "Endless Wars" In Syria, Afghanistan; Beto O'Rourke: I'll Decide On 2020 Run By The End Of The Month; WAPO: Warren Listed Race As "American India" For Texas Bar; Church Sex Abuse Scandal. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• House Intel Chief Says He Won't be Distracted or Intimidated by Trump; CNN Poll Shows 50 Percent of All Adults Would Back Biden for President; Chris Christie Says Biden Might be Able to Defeat Trump; SEN. Warren Apologizes for Calling Herself American Indian. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• Trump Delivers SOTU, Hints at Possible Reelection Theme: Capitalism Versus Socialism; As a Republican Trump Wanting to Pull Troops from Syria, Afghanistan "Insulates Him;" Beto O'Rourke Hints at White House Run to Oprah; Kansas Judge Under Fire for Calling Teen Sex Assault Victims "Aggressors;" Maduro Blocks Bridge, Stops Shipments of Aid to Venezuela. Aired 2:30-3p ET
• State Of The Union - Trump Calls For Unity, End To "Partisan Investigations"; Trump White House - Lawmakers Hope To Reach Deal Averting Shutdown By End Of Week; State Of The Union - Trump Calls For Unity, End To "Partisan Investigations"; Trump White House - Trump Blasts "Ridiculous Partisan Investigations; Trump White House - Trump Blasts "Ridiculous Partisan Investigations; Fighting ISI - Trump To Address Global Coalition To Defeat ISIS. Aired 10-10:30a ET


February 05, 2019
• Pope Francis Historic Visit in the Middle East; Fire Broke in Paris Apartment; President Trump to Deliver His State of the Union Address; Historic Papal Visit; Pope Francis Wraps Up UAE Visit; European Nations Recognize Guaido As President. Aired 3-4a ET
• Pope Francis Celebrating Mass in Abu Dhabi; State of the Union Address. Aired 1-2a ET
• Interview with Sen. Bob Casey (D-PA); Military Commander Questioned on Capitol Hill; Iraqi Leaders Reject Trump's Suggestion; Potential Trump-Kim Summit; Trump Organization Fires Undocumented Workers; Battle to Replace Kavanaugh. Aired 9:30-10a ET
• Trump Set to Deliver State of the Union Address; Republicans Now Express Concerns Over Wall Funding. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• Official: Trump Will Take "Bipartisan", Optimistic Tone; Federal Prosecutors Subpoena Trump Inaugural Committee; Senate Republicans Balk At Emergency Declaration To Fund Wall. Aired 10- 10:30a ET
• Questions Raised About James Brown's Death; Top U.S. Commander Not Consulted on Trump's Syria Pullout; President Trump Set to Deliver State of the Union Address. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• Pope Francis Set to Celebrate Mass in Abu Dhabi; Pentagon: ISIS Likely to Retake Territory and Claim "Victory" if U.S. Pulls Its Troops Out of Syria; Trump: We'll Come Back to Syria If We Have To. Aired 12-1a ET
• Thousands Gather For Papal Mass in Abu Dhabi; Pope Francis Celebrating Mass In Abu Dhabi; Much Of Eastern Syria Has Been Reduced To Rubble; Hakeem Al-Araibi Fights Extradition To Bahrain. Aired 2-3a ET
• WAPO: Trump Org. Fires At Least 18 Undocumented Workers; Federal Prosecutors Subpoena Trump Inaugural Records; WH Expected To Announce Details On Next Trump-Kim Summit; 2020 Speculation Mounts As O'Rourke Meets With Oprah Today; President Trump Delivers State Of The Union Tonight. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• CNN Probe Raises Questions About James Brown's Death; Trump Delivers First Address Before Democratic-Controlled House; 2020 Democrats Face Litmus Test of Medicare For All; Federal Prosecutors Seek Interviews with Trump Organization Executives; Interview with Rep. Katie Hill (D-CA); Actor Liam Neeson Admits Contemplating Racist Revenge. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• Trump Delivers First Address Before Dem-Controlled House; Trump & Schumer Trade Barbs Ahead Of "Bipartisan" Speech; Top General Says He Wasn't Consulted On Syria Withdrawal; Washington Post: Trump Organization At Least 18 Undocumented Workers. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• WAPO: Trump Organization fires at Least 18 Undocumented Workers; U.S. Weapons Fall into Wrong Hands in Yemen with Devastating Results; Lawmakers Renew Efforts to End American Military Support for Saudi-Led Coalition in Yemen; Medical School: More "Troubling" Pics in Recent Yearbooks; Turnover in Trump's Cabinet in One Photograph. Aired 2:30-3p ET


February 04, 2019
• Withdrawing Troops from Syria; General Motors Begins Layoffs; Making Mueller Report Public; Manafort Hearing; Deliberations in Drug Lord Case. Aired 9:30-10a ET
• Diverse Democratic Field Readies to Challenge Trump; President Trump to Deliver State of the Union Tomorrow; Trump Says He Won't Rule Out Another Shutdown or a National Emergency; Interview With Joe Lieberman; Lieberman, Ocasio-Cortez Spar Over Democratic Party's Future; Axios: Trump's Post-Midterm Schedule Has Been 60 Percent Executive Time; Embattled Virginia Governor Holds Cabinet Meeting; Trump: I Will Send Troops Back to Syria if ISIS Returns; Trump May Still Shutdown Government, Declare National Emergency; Majority of Americans Oppose Another Government Shutdown, According to New Poll; Embattled Virginia Governor Holds Cabinet Meeting. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• President Trump Upset with Democrats; Pope Francis Visits Abu Dhabi; New England Patriots Bags Super Bowl LIII; Mother Nature Rocks Again in Australia; European Countries Supports Venezuelan Opposition Leader; India Celebrates Kumbh Mela; Performers Snubbed Super Bowl's Halftime. Aired 3-4a ET
• Donald Trump Says His Intelligence Chiefs May Not Be Right All the Time; Pope Francis Making History With His Visit in the Arabian Peninsula; Tom Brady and the Patriots are Champions Once Again; According to President Trump, if ISIS Returns, So Will the United States; A Footballer Imprisoned in Thailand. Aired 2-3a ET
• El Chapo Trial Jury Deliberations Begin For Alleged Mexican Drug Lord; Racist Photo Backlash; New Today CNN Poll: Most Oppose Trump Declaring Natl. Emergency For Wall; Dems Gear Up For Week Of Blockbuster Hearing; Democrats To Wield Power Of WH Oversight Starting This Week; Embattled Virginia Governor Holds Cabinet Meeting. Aired 10-10:30a ET
• Venezuela's Maduro Rejects Ultimatum For Early Election; Trump: If ISIS Returns to Syria, So Will the U.S.; Pope Francis Arrives in UAE on Historic Trip. Aired 12-1a ET
• ICE Arrests Atlanta Rapper; Trump Reportedly Spends 60 Percent of Working Hours in 'Executive Time'; Democrats Call on Virginia Governor to Resign. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• Virginia Governor Refuses to Resign Over Racist Photo; Trump Says You Cannot Impeach Somebody for Doing Best Job Ever; Report Says Trump Spent 60% of Working Hours in "Executive Time". Aired 2-2:30p ET
• Bahraini Footballer and Refugee Fights Extradition; Pope Francis Arrives in UAE on Historic Trip; Record Setting Rain in Australia; What People Eat Could Save Themselves and Earth; Trump Weighs in on Football. Aired 1-2a ET
• ICE Arrests Atlanta Rapper, Says His "Public Persona Is False"; "Time" Reports Intel Officials Warn That Trump Ignores Intel Briefings; Trump Says We'll Go Back into Syria if ISIS Regains Strength; Trump, We're Going to Keep Watch on Iran VIA Iraq. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• Grammy-nominated Rapper in Atlanta Arrested by ICE; Arguments in Court Today on Paul Manafort's Potential Breach of Plea Deal; Nicolas Maduro Publicly Opposed to Foreign Interference; New England Patriots Win the Super Bowl; Atlanta Airport Delays Due to Super Bowl Crowds. Aired 10:30-11:00a ET
• U.S. Troops to Stay in South Korea as Trump Sets Up 2nd Summit with North Koran Leader; Democrats Prepare Week of Blockbuster Hearings into Trump; Race Front & Center for Democratic Presidential Candidates; Inmates Lived in Cold Cells Without Power During Deep Freeze. Aired 2:30-3p ET


February 03, 2019
• Virginia Governor Denies He's in a Racist Yearbook Photo; Interview with Rep. Karen Bass (D), Congressional Black Caucus; Thousands Rally in Venezuela in Pro- and Anti-Government Protests; U.S. Suspends Nuclear Arms Control Treaty with Russia; Pope Makes Historic Visit to UAE; Prime Minister May Determined to Deliver Brexit on Time; Rams versus Patriots in Super Bowl. Aired 3-3:30a ET
• Virginia Governor Denies He's in a Racist Yearbook Photo; Trump Signals He Plans to Declare National Emergency for Wall; Thousands Rally in Venezuela in Pro- and Anti-Government Protests; Dozens Protest Federal Prison Without Heat, Power in New York; Rams versus Patriots in Super Bowl; Interview with Atlanta Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms; U.S. Suspends Nuclear Arms Control Treaty with Russia; All- Female Flyover to Honor Naval Aviation Pioneer Captain Rosemary Mariner; Interview with Stacy Uttecht and Joellen Oslund, Naval Aviators; Pope Makes Historic Visit to UAE. Aired 4-5a ET
• Trump: Another Shutdown, National Emergency On The Table; Trump: Nancy Pelosi Is "Very Bad For Our Country"; GOP Senator: "Chances Of Reaching Agreement Are Slim; VA Governor Northam Not Resigning Amid Growing Pressure To Out; Growing Field Of Dem Women Candidates Face Unique Challenges; MMA Fighter With Pending Murder Charges Escapes; Patriots, Rams Set To Face Off In Super Bowl LIII; NFL MVP Mahomes Predicts Another Patriots Title. 3-4p ET
• Trump Hints on Another Shutdown, National Emergency Declaration; ICE Arrests Grammy-Nominated Rapper 21 Savage in Metro Atlanta; Calls for Governor Northam to Resign Continues; Interview with Representative Tulsi Gabbard (D-HI); Aired 4-5p ET
• Another Possible Government Shutdown; Trump has Raised Funds for Re-election; Ralph Northam Resist Calls for Resignation; U.S. Troops will Return if ISIS Resurges; Super Bowl 53 Kicksoff in Atlanta; Plane Crash in Southern California; 21 Savage Arrested by ICE; Officers Who Rescued a Missing Boy for Three Days in North Carolina. Aired 5-6p ET
• People Calling For The Resignation Of Virginia Governor Ralph Northam; President Trump Is Digging In On His Demand For A Border Wall; The Sports World Will Shift Its Focus To The Mercedes-Benz Stadium In Atlanta For Super Bowl LIII; Trump As Ordered A Withdrawal Of U.S. Troops From Syria; Actor And Singer Jussie Smollett Is Speaking Out About The Circumstances Surrounding The Attack He Reported To Chicago Police Last Week; Three-Year-Old North Carolina Boy Who Was Lost In The Woods; Aired 2-3p ET
• Virginia Governor Denies He's in a Racist Yearbook Photo; Trump Signals He Plan to Declare National Emergency for Wall; Thousands Rally in Venezuela in Pro- and Anti-Government Protests; U.S. Suspends Nuclear Arms Control Treaty with Russia; Rams versus Patriots in Super Bowl; All-Female Flyover to Honor Naval Aviation Pioneer Captain Rosemary Mariner; Interview with Stacy Uttecht and Joellen Oslund, Naval Aviators. Aired 5-6a ET
• Trump to Deliver First Address Under Divided Government; Wall Street Sees Largest January Gains in Decades; "Empire" Star Sends Defiant Message after Attack; Police Recapture Ex-Cage Fighter Accused in Three Murders. Aired 6-7p ET


February 02, 2019
• Anti-Maduro Protests Expected around the World; Trump Says He Never Asked Stone about WikiLeaks; U.S. Suspends Nuclear Arms Control Treaty with Russia; Virginia Governor Apologizes for Racist Photo on 1984 Medical School Yearbook Page; Hindu Pilgrims Celebrate Kumbh Mela. Aired 3-3:30a ET
• Virginia Governor Apologizes for Racist Photo on 1984 Medical School Yearbook Page; U.S. Suspends Nuclear Arms Control Treaty with Russia; Anti-Maduro Protests Expected around the World; Interview with Asa Cusack, London School of Economics; Next U.S.-North Korea Summit End of February; Possible Candidate Sherrod Brown Plans to Conquer "Trump Country"; Cracking Down on Human Trafficking ahead of Super Bowl; China's Lunar New Year Preparations Underway. Aired 4-5a ET
• Racially Insensitive Photo Surfaces on Virginia Democratic Governor Ralph Northam's Medical School Yearbook Page. Democratic Party Leaders Call on Governor Northam to Resign; President Trump Criticizes House Speaker Nancy Pelosi for Refusing Funding of Border Wall; Virginia Democratic Governor Ralph Northam Holds Press Conference to Claim He is Not in Controversial Photo. Aired 2-3p ET
• Controversial Yearbook Photo Surfaces of Virginia Democratic Governor Ralph Northam in Either Blackface or Ku Klux Klan Outfit; Democratic Party Leaders Call on Governor Northam to Resign; Interview with Rep. Andre Carson (D-VA), Russia Pulls out of INF Nuclear Arms Treaty; Democratic Senator Cory Booker Announces 2020 Presidential Bid; Interview with Musician and Producer Jermaine Dupri; Patriots and Rams Prepare for Super Bowl LIII in Atlanta. Aired 10-11a ET
• Virginia Governor Apologizes for Racist Photo on 1984 Medical School Yearbook Page; Trump Signals He Plan to Declare National Emergency for Wall; Senator Cory Booker Announces Presidential Bid; Anti-Maduro Protests Expected around the World; U.S. Suspends Nuclear Arms Control Treaty with Russia; Republican Governor Hogan May Challenge Trump; Judge Threatens Gag Order against Roger Stone; Punxsutawney Phil Predicts Spring's Arrival; 50+ Agencies Working to Secure Super Bowl. Aired 5-6a ET
• Virginia Governor Will Not Resign Over Racist Yearbook Photo; Protests Outside VA Governor's Mansion; Political Activist Vivian Paige Responds to Northam's Racist Yearbook Photo; Trump Slams Pelosi as "Rigid" & Hints at New Strategy to Get Wall; Trump Calls Wall Negotiations "Waste of Time," Still Considering Declaring National Emergency; Kirsten Gillibrand Calls on Northam to Resign; Washington State Health Secretary Discusses Rising Measles Cases; Colin Kaepernick's Attorneys Sue NFL for "Blackballing" over National Anthem Kneeling Protest; British House of Commons Speaker Champions "Dissident Minority" in Brexit Debate. Aired 1-2p ET
• Gov. Ralph Northam Speaks to Press Regarding His College Yearbook Photo. Aired 3-4p ET
• Virginia Governor Says He Doesn't Believe He's in Racist Yearbook Photo; Interview with Congresswoman Sheila Jackson Lee; U.S. and Russia Pull Out of Cold War Nuclear Treaty; Securing the Super Bowl; Wander Must: San Antonio. Aired 11a-12p ET
• Russia To Produce A Medium Range Nuclear Missile; Lawsuit: Family's Push Of Opioid Sales Contributed To Epidemic; More Than 50 Agencies Working To Secure Super Bowl; Virginia Governor Doesn't Believe He's in a Racist Yearbook Photo; Trump Signals Wall or Nothing Approach to Shutdown Talks. Aired 12-1p ET
• Virginia Governor's Racist Behavior; Derrick Johnson Speaks On Northam. Aired 5-5:30p ET
• 2020 Democratic Candidates Call for Va. Governor to Resign; Trump Says Shutdown Talks a "Waste of Time" & Hints as SOTU Announcement; Trump: Pelosi Is "Very Bad for Our Country"; Coy Wire Talks Super Bowl with Shaquille O'Neal; Pompeo: U.S. Officially Will Drop Nuclear Treaty with Russia. Aired 4-5p ET
• Governor Northam Was Called to Resign; Northam Denies Being Seen in Racist Yearbook Photo; U.S. to Withdraw From INF Treaty; CNN Original Film 'Three Identical Strangers.' Aired 7-8p ET
• Prosecutors Lay Out Volume Of Evidence On Stone; Trump Hints At Border Wall Action Around State Of The Union; Soon: Tulsi Gabbard Officially Kicks Off 2020 Bid. Aired 8-9p ET


February 01, 2019
• Intel Chief's Job Secured; Maduro Going After Opposition Bloodlines; Trump and Kim Summit 2.0; U.S. Leaves INF Treaty; Trump, Next North Korea Summit End Of February; Guaido, Maduro Forces Trying To Intimidate My Family; Jury To Begin Deliberations Monday In El Chapo Trial; Bypassing U.S. Sanctions; Countdown To Brexit; Shameful Legacy; Year Of The Pig. Aired 3-4a ET
• Interview with Rep. Tom Reed (R-NY); Guaido Won't Rule out Military Support; Countdown to the Super Bowl. Aired 9:30-10a ET
• European Countries Set Up Trade Channel with Iran; On the Front Lines of the Battle against ISIS in Syria; Sex Trafficking and the "Super Bowl". Aired 1-2a ET
• E.U. Powers Set Up Firm to Thwart Trump's Iran Sanctions; Jury To Begin Deliberations Monday In "El Chapo" Trial; Refugee On Manus Island Wins Top Literary Prize; Preview Of The 2019 Super Bowl Ads; Donald Trump Makes a New Claim; End of ISIS; Trump Says No Wall, No Deal; Second North Korean Summit; Venezuela's Power Struggle; Withdrawal From Nuclear Treaty With Russia. Aired 2-3a ET
• Senator Cory Booker Announces Presidential Bid; Trump Administration Suspends Nuclear Treaty With Russia; Trump Calls Wall Negotiations Waste of Time. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• US Adds 304,000 Jobs In January, Beating Expectations; 2020 Race: Sen. Cory Booker Kicks Off 2020 Bid, Joins Crowded Dem Field; U.S. Announces Suspension Of Landmark Nuclear Arms Treaty; Roger Stone Returns To Federal Court; Senate Investigators Told Donald Trump Jr.'s Calls Before Trump Tower Meeting Were Not With His Dad; Cohen To Appear Before House Intel Cmte Next Week. Aired 10-10:30a ET
• Interview with Rep. Raja Krishnamoorthi (D-IL); Little Progress Made on Funding for Border Wall; Purdue Pharma Accused of Doubly Profiting off Opioid Crisis; Bill Belichick and Sean McVay's Public Statements Before Super Bowl Sunday. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• Trump Claims Intel Officials Were Misquoted, Despite Public Remarks; Jussie Smollett Speaks Out About an Alleged Attack; Cory Booker Joins A Diverse and Crowded Democratic Field for President; Baldwin Interviews Toni Harris, Football Player Featured in Super Bowl Ad; Officers In North Carolina Work Tirelessly to Find Missing Three- Year-Old Boy. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• Trump Meets Intel Chiefs after Publicly Insulting Them; Future of Intermediate-Range Nuclear Forces Agreement; Venezuela's Self- Declared President Says Maduro Forces Tried to Enter Home of His Wife's Family; Defense Attorneys Present Their Closing Arguments in the Trial of El Chapo; Interview with Malcolm Beith, Author; Guaido: Maduro Forces Trying to Intimidate My Family; Trump Claims Intel Chiefs Were Misquoted; Refugee on Manus Island Wins Top Literary Prize. Aired 12m-1a ET
• U.S. Adds 304,000 Jobs in January, Beating Expectations; U.S. Announces Withdrawal from Landmark Nuclear Arms Treaty; Senator Cory Booker Kicks Off 2020 Presidential Bid; Senator Cory Booker Kicks Off 2020 Bid, Joins Crowded Democratic Field; Donald Trump: Bipartisan Talks on Border Wall is a "Waste of Time"; Trump Claims Rosenstein Told His Lawyers He's Not Mueller's Target; Roger Stone Appears in Federal Court Today; Senate Investigators Briefed About Donald Trump Jr.'s Calls Before Trump Tower Meeting. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• Foxconn Reverses Course on Wisconsin Plant after Trump Call; Elizabeth Warren Is Apologizing to Cherokee Nations on Her Controversial DNA Test; Democratic Field of Presidential Candidates Grows; Judge Considers Gag Order in Roger Stone Case; Trump: Rosenstein Told My Lawyers I'm Not Mueller Target. Aired 2:30-3p ET
• Cory Booker Speaks After Announcing Presidential Bid; Cory Booker Joins A Diverse and Crowded Democratic Field; A Source Says ISIS Could Regain Territory in Syria in 6 to 12 Months if U.S. Does Not Keep Up Military Pressure. Aired 2-2:30p ET


January 31, 2019
• U.K. Parliament Wants Alternative to "Backstop"; Rising Migrant Death Rate on Mediterranean; U.S.-China Trade Talks; Bitter, Dangerous Cold Grips Parts of U.S.; Trump's Global Waming Tweet Inspires Jokes. Aired 1-2a ET
• Two Powers Fighting for One Throne; President Trump Not Pleased with His Own Intel Chiefs; Brexit Stuck Between a Rock and a Hard Place; E.U. Rejects U.K.'s Bid To Reopen Brexit Negotiations; Guaido To New York Times, Maduro's Re-election Illegitimate; Venezuela In Crisis; Trade Talks; Facebook's Big Profits; Asylum Reassessed; Super Bowl LIII Preparations; Throwing Shade. Aired 3-4a ET
• Freezing Temps Blanket U.S.; "Deep Fake" Video Threat; Future of Intermediate-Range Nuclear Forces Agreement; Facebook Posts Record Profit. Aired 9:30-10a ET
• Protests in Venezuela as Guaido Speaks with Trump; Trump to Meet with Chinese Vice Premier; Death Toll Soars to 99 in Brazil Dam Collapse. Aired 12-1a ET
• Venezuela Opposition 'Has Met Military', Says Juan Guaido; U.N.: Rising Migrant Death Rate On Mediterranean; New Case Of Canadian Falling Mysteriously Sick In Cuba; Dangerous Cold Grips Parts Of U.S. Aired 2-3a ET
• Russia Investigation: Trump says he will leave Mueller report decision to Justice Dept; Negotiations Underway: Trump Blames Paul Ryan For Not Getting Border Wall Funding. Aired 10-10:30a ET
• Midwest Will Become Icy as Temperatures Warm Over Weekend; Howard Schultz Path to Winning May Run Through Blue States; Foxconn Construction of Wisconsin Factory Likely to Shift to Technology Hub; Roger Goodell Acknowledges Several Days of Conversations Followed Bad NFC Call. Sean Payton Ate Ice Cream for Three Days Following Bad NFC Call. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• Venezuela's Self-Declared President Says Maduro Forces Tried to Enter Home of His Wife's Family; Senate Voting to Rebut Trump on Syria, Afghanistan; Last Remnants of ISIS Make Final Stand in Syria; 12 Deaths Now Linked to Brutal Weather; One of America's Richest Families Comes Under Scrutiny. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• Trump Says He Will Leave Mueller Report Decision to Justice Department; Pro-Russian Twitter Account's Disinformation Effort Against the Mueller Probe; Donald Trump: GOP Lawmakers Wasting Their Time on Border Talks; White House Officials: Trump, Aides Continue Prepping National Emergency Order for Border Wall in Case Talks Fail; Mitch McConnell: Democrats' Plan to Make Election Day Holiday, is "Power Grab"; Eleven Dead as Polar Vortex Blankets U.S. with Brutal Freezing Temperatures; Stocks to Open Mixed Amid New Signs of Slowing China Economy. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• Trump Says A Wall or Nothing; Pelosi Open to Some Barrier but Says No Money for Wall; Mueller Team Collects Roger Stone Evidence Spanning Years; Trump Interviewed Ted Cruz's Wife for Head of World Bank. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• Interview with Sen. John Kennedy (R-LA); New Information on Reported Attack on "Empire" Star Jussie Smollett; Sen. Kamala Harris May Face Challenge with African-American Voters in 2020 Race. Aired 2:30-3p ET
• Crisis in Venezuela; Howard Schultz Savoring Democratic Opposition to Potential Presidential Run; Trump Expresses More Doubts About Intel Chiefs. Aired 3-3:30p ET


January 30, 2019
• Nicolas Maduro Wants to Negotiate with Opposition; Top Intel Chiefs Going to Opposite Direction; New Challenge for Brexit Talks; Huawei's CFO to be Extradited; Maduro Tells Russian Media He's Ready For Talks; Intel Chiefs Contradict Trump On ISIS, North Korea, Russia; Brexit Chaos, Markets react To Latest U.K. Parliament Votes; Apple CEO Tim Cook Says China Tensions Ease; The Seductress Speaks; Wave Of Abuse Allegations In Speed Skating Scandal. Aired 3-4a ET
• More Jail Time for South Korean Speed Skating Coach; Sex Coach Says Russian Agents Tried to Silence Her; Rappers, Sports Teams Owners Launch Prison Reform Movement; the Dangers of Manipulating Video for "Deepfakes". Aired 1-2a ET
• Lawmakers Kick Off Talks to Prevent Another Government Shutdown; Trump Slams His Intel Chiefs, Calls Them Extremely Passive and Naive; Historic Deep Freeze Slams Midwestern United States; Aired 9-9:30a ET
• Interview with Rep. David Price (D-NC); Howard Schultz Debates Run; Venezuela Power Struggle. Aired 9:30-10a ET
• Breathtaking Rebuke Of U.S. Intelligence Leaders By The President Who Those Leaders Openly And Repeatedly Contradicted In Their Testimony To Congress Just Yesterday; More Than 83 Million People Throughout The Midwest Facing Subzero Temperatures. Aired 10- 10:30a ET
• Chris Christie's Revealing New Book; Democrats Pushing Medicare for All; Jobs President Trump Promised Not Happening?. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• 84 Bodies Recovered in Brazil Dam Collapse; Only One Witness Testified in El Chapo's Defense; More Jail Time for South Korean Speed Skating Coach. Aired 12-1a ET
• Brexit: Theresa May Set For Further Talks with E.U. Leaders; The Dangers Of Manipulating Video For "Deepfakes"; Polar Vortex To Bring Coldest Air In A Generation; Democrats Fear Schultz Would Siphon Votes. Aired 2-3a ET
• Interview with former CEO of Starbucks Howard Schultz; President Trump Meeting With Chinese Delegation to Discuss Huawei; President Trump Spoke by Phone This Morning with Juan Guaido of Venezuela; Chicago Police and FBI Investigating Jussie Smollett Hate Crime; Roger Goodell to Give State of the League Address Tonight. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• Trump and Putin Met without an American Notetaker; Trump Slams His Intel Chiefs as Extremely Passive and Naive; Kamala Harris Open to Multiple Paths to Medicare For All; Interview with Rep. Haley Stevens (D - MI); Democrats Escalate Attacks on Howard Schultz; Protests Erupted as Trump Says Maduro Is Willing to Negotiate. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• Christie, Kushner's Dad Behind One of the Most Loathsome Crimes; Coldest Air in a Generation Leaves Much of U.S. Below Freezing; Pro-Russian Twitter Account Used Non-Public Material from Mueller's Team to Discredit Russia Probe; Police, No Video Evidence Yet of Attack Against "Empire" Star; Trump Organization Now Plans to Use E-Verify before Making Hires. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• President Trump's Frightening Claims About What's Happening At The Southern Border; NFL's Roger Goodell Breaking His Silence On The No-Call Controversy From The Rams And Saints Game. Aired: 2:30-3p ET


January 29, 2019
• U.S. Turns Up Pressure On Maduro With New Sanctions; Whitaker: Mueller Probe "Close To Being Completed"; White House Won't Rule Out Another Shutdown; Chris Christie Book Sheds Light On Russia Probe; Cost Of Govt. Shutdown: $3 Billion; Lawmakers to Debate and Vote on Changes to PM's Plan; Extreme Temps to Impact 220 Million People; Prosecution Rests in El Chapo Case; thousands of Strangers Help Give Airman a Proper Burial; Trump Associate under Fire from Fashion Police. Aired 1-2a ET
• Acting A.G. Making Controversial Comments on Russia Probe; Government Shutdown Could Happen Again; Some Don't Agree with Starbucks CEO Running in 2020; Maduro Upset with U.S. Sanctions; U.S.- China Trade Talks Hangs in the Balance; U.S. Slaps New Sanctions On Venezuelan State Oil Company; Whitaker, I Think Mueller Probe Close To Completion; Countdown To Brexit; No Veteran Left Behind; Drug Kingpin Trial; Dangerous Deep Freeze; Icy Rescue; Stone Cold Dandy. Aired 3-4a ET
• Roger Stone Arraigned on Charges of Obstruction, Witness Tampering; Matt Whitaker Says Mueller Probe is Close to Being Completed. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• Coats to Speak Before Intel Committee; Sanctions on Venezuelan Oil Company; Officers Shot in Texas; Woman Claims Russian Agents Tried Silencing Her. Aired 9:30-10a ET
• U.S. Hits Venezuela's State-Owned Oil Company With Sanctions; Prosecution Rests In El Chapo Case; FaceTime Issue Lets Callers Eavesdrop, Secretly Watching Others; Thief Steals Million-Dollar Painting Off Wall. Aired 2-3a ET
• Democrats Pushing Medicare for All; 'Empire' Star Victim of Apparent Racial, Homophobic Attack; U.S. Intelligence Chiefs Contradict Trump. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• ISIS Has Returned to Guerilla Warfare Tactics; Dan Coats and Christopher Wray Testify before Senate Intelligence Committee This Morning; Venezuelan Military Conditions on the Ground; Highlights from Super Bowl LIII Opening Night. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• "Empire" Star Says He was Victim of Racial, Homophobic Attack; "Sex Coach" Who Claimed Evidence of Collusion Speaks to CNN; Biden, No Hurry to Make a Decision on Presidential Run; Stacey Abrams to Give Rebuttal to Trump's State of Union; Facetime Bug Lets Users Eavesdrop on Other People. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• Trump Ally Roger Stone Pleads Not Guilty in The Mueller Indictment; Critics Say Whitaker Should Not Comment on The Mueller Probe; Intelligence Chiefs Contradict Trump on North Korea, ISIS, Iran, Russia; Michael Bloomberg Says Democratic Medicare for All Will Bankrupt Us; Howard Schultz Says Warren's Tax Plan for Wealthy Is Ridiculous; Howard Schultz Speaks with CNN Amid Backlash Over Possible Run. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• U.S. Intelligence Chiefs Testify on Top Threats to U.S.; Matt Whitaker Says Mueller Probe is Close to Being Completed; Interview with Senator Bob Casey (D-PA); Aired 10-10:30a ET
• The Author Of A New Tell-All Book About President Trump Faces A Twitter Attack; Four Houston Police Officers Are Still Recovering After A Deadly Shootout With Two Suspects Inside A Suspected Drug Den; Leader Schumer Has Just Announced That Stacey Abrams Will Be The Democrat To Be Giving The Rebuttal To The State Of The Union; Two New Documentaries Have Exposed Just What An Epic Fail The So-Called Luxury Musical Festival Turned Out To Be And The Lawsuits Keep Coming. Aired 2:30-3p ET
• U.S. Slaps New Sanctions on Venezuelan State Oil Company; El Chapo Will Not Testify in His Own Defense; U.S. Charges Huawei with Fraud, Stealing Trade Secrets. Aired 12-1a ET


January 28, 2019
• Palestinian Security Forces Could Lose U.S. Support; Life- Threatening Cold Threatens Parts of the U.S.; "Black Panther" Cast Wins Top Screen Actors Guild Honor; "Baby Shark" Takes over YouTube, Music Charts, the World. Aired 1-2a ET
• Shutdown Part Two if No Wall Funding; Roger Stone Heads to Court to Testify; United Nations to Investigate Khashoggi's Death; Moment of truth for Plan B Brexit. Aired 3-4a ET
• Another Possible Government Shutdown; President Nicholas Maduro Tries to Stay in Power; The Pope Speaks His Mind About Today's Troubling Times; A Church Bombing in the Philippines; Damn Collapse In Brazil; Kamala Harris and the U.S. state looking to take down Trump; Palestinian Security Forces Could Lose U.S. Support; Life-Threatening Cold Threatens Parts Of The U.S.; 'Black Panther' Cast Wins Top Screen Actors Guild Honor. Aired 2-3a ET
• Venezuelans Devastated by Food Shortages; Roger Stone Does Not Rule Out Cooperating with Mueller; FAA Pledges Safety as Shutdown Ends; U.S. Envoy: U.S., Taliban Agree to Framework of Peace Deal. Aired 9:30-10a ET
• Lawmakers Face February 15th Deadline Ahead of Another Shutdown; 800,000 Federal Employees Return to Work After 35-Day Shutdown; Senator Kamala Harris Launches Presidential Campaign; Lawmakers Face February 15 Deadline Ahead of Another Shutdown; Interview With Sen. Maggie Hassan (D-NH); WSJ: Trump Doubts He'll Accept Any New Border Compromise; Senate Republicans to Push Barr's Attorney General Nomination This Week. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• Will Stone Make Deal With Mueller?; Assessing the Democratic 2020 Contenders; Trump Threatens Another Government Shutdown Over Border Wall. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• Interview with Amb. Richard Haass; Roger Stone is Keeping All Legal Options Open; The Rams and the Patriots Hold Rallies Before Traveling to Atlanta for Super Bowl; Screen Actors Guild Awards. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• President Trump Not Ruling Out Another Shutdown; Lawmakers Face February 15th Deadline Ahead of Another Shutdown; Howard Schultz "Seriously Thinking" an Independent Run for President; Aired 10-10:30a ET
• Michael Bloomberg Warns That an Independent Candidate Would Reelect Trump; Race to Replace Trump Heats Up with Many New Contenders; Kamala Harris Announces Her Candidacy; Ex-Starbucks CEO Says US Cannot Afford Healthcare for All; Roger Stone Says No Intention of Cutting Deal with Robert Mueller; The Economy Lost 11 Billion Due to Government Shutdown. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• Trump Says Another Government Shutdown Is Certainly an Option; US Announces New Sanctions Against Venezuela Amid Crisis; GOP's Cornyn Has Confidence in The Process to Achieve A Border Security Deal. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• Interview with Rep. Katherine Clark (D-MA); Phoenix Police Arrest Suspect in Sexual Assault of Woman in Vegetative State; Pelosi to Trump: No State of the Union Until Government Reopens; Trump Responds to Pelosi on State of the Union; Trump Responds to Cohen Postponing Testimony "Due to Threats." Aired 2:30-3p ET
• At Least 58 Confirmed Dead from Brazil Dam Collapse; Palestinian Security Forces Face End of U.S. Support; U.S. Envoy: "Significant Progress" in Taliban Talks. Aired 12m-1a ET


January 27, 2019
• Venezuela Political and Economic Crisis; Trump Retreats but Vows Will Build Wall; Hundreds Still Missing after Brazil Dam Collapse; History to Be Made at Australian Open. Aired 3-3:30a ET
• Venezuela Political and Economic Crisis; Interview with Jennifer McCoy, Georgia State University; Trump Retreats but Vows Will Build Wall; Interview with Amy Pope, Former U.S. Deputy Homeland Security Adviser; Hundreds Still Missing after Brazil Dam Collapse; Kamala Harris Courts Black Women Voters; Three-Year Old Found Alive after Days Lost in Woods; SAG Awards 2019. Aired 4-5a ET
• Venezuela Political and Economic Crisis; Interview with Jennifer McCoy, Georgia State University; Trump Retreats but Vows Will Build Wall; Shutdown Costly to Trump Approval Rating; Trump Confidant Roger Stone Indicted; Blast Kills at least 17 at Philippine Cathedral; Hundreds Still Missing after Brazil Dam Collapse; Police Search for Serial Killer Who Murdered Parents; Steve King Goes Home to Defend Himself against Racism Claims; Vince Lombardi Trophy Arrives in Atlanta. Aired 5-6a ET
• Trump: Lawmakers Have 19 Days To Avoid New Shutdown; Mulvaney: Trump Willing To Shutdown Government Again Over Border; Lawmakers Search For Common Ground To Avoid Another Shutdown; Indicted Trump Associate Roger Stone Does Not Rule Out Cooperating Mueller; Corsi: I'll Tell Truth, Let Testimony Fall Wherever It Falls; Soon: Kamala Harris Formally Launches Presidential Bid At Rally; Bolton Warns Maduro: Keep U.S. Diplomats Safe; ISIS Claims Responsibility For Twin Church Bombings In Philippines; Suspect In Louisiana Murders Captured In Virginia; Rep. Steve King Addresses White Nationalist Controversy; "Three Identical Strangers" Premieres Tonight At 9 ET. 3-4pm ET
• Senator Kamala Harris Launches Presidential Bid for 2020; Roger Stone Might Cooperate with the Mueller Investigation; Screen Actor's Guild Awards and the Prediction for the Oscars; President Trump Ending the Week Badly. Aired 5-6p ET
• Kamala Harris' Bid for President; Eight Democrat Candidates Have Announced They Are Running for President. Aired 4-5p ET
• Roger Stone Does Not Rule Out Cooperating With Robert Mueller; U.S. Lifts Sanctions on Oligarch-linked Russian Companies; Senator Kamala Harris Formally Launches Presidential Bid. Aired 8-9p ET
• U.S. Government Is Open For Business For Now; Exclusive Interview With California Congresswoman Maxine Waters; Roger Stone Says He Is Not Ruling Out Cooperating With Special Counsel Robert Mueller; Senator Kamala Harris Will Appear At An Official Launch Rally For Her 2020 White House Bid. Aired 2-3p ET
• Steve King Holds First Town Hall Since Recent Controversy; Bolton Warns Maduro to Keep U.S. Diplomats Safe; Wall Street This Week: Earnings, Trade, Jobs Report and More; Stars Arrive for the Screen Actors Guild Awards; Trump Tries to Bounce Back After Horrible Day in Presidency. Aired 6-7p ET
• Trump Threatens Shutdown or Emergency Declaration if Congress Doesn't Give His Border Wall Money; Polls: Trump Approval Rating Now At 38 Percent; Senator Kamala Harris Formally Kicks Off Presidential Bid; Trump Administration Lifts Sanctions on Firms Linked to Russian Oligarch; Roger Stone Indictment Links Trump Campaign to WikiLeaks. Aired 7-8p ET


January 26, 2019
• Trump Agrees to Reopen Government, Gets Zero for Wall; Grand Jury Indicts Trump Confidant Roger Stone; Brazil Dam Collapse; U.S. and Opposition Crank Up Pressure on Maduro; Interview with Juan Carlos Hidalgo, Cato Institute; 17th Century Painting Discovered behind Wall in Paris. Aired 3-3:30a ET
• Partial Government Shutdown Ended; Trump's Reopening the Government is Seen as Weakness by Many; Representative Steve King Breaks his Silence; Roger Stone Claims Innocence; "Three Identical Strangers" airs Tomorrow at 9:00 Eastern on CNN. Aired 11a-12p ET
• President Agrees to Temporarily End Partial Government Shutdown; President Trump States Government Shutdown May Resume over Border Wall Funding; FBI Arrests Former Trump Campaign Adviser Roger Stone in Connection with Russia Investigation; Interview with Rep. Adam Kinzinger (R-IL); Interview with Former U.S. Senator and Ambassador Carol Moseley Braun; Kamala Harris Declares Presidential Run for 2020. Aired 10-11a ET
• Trump Agrees to Reopen Government, Gets Zero for Wall; Grand Jury Indicts Trump Confidant Roger Stone; U.S. and Opposition Crank Up Pressure on Maduro; Britain's Food Safety Inspections Could Be Disrupted; Federal Workers Head Back to Government Jobs; Interview with Lorie McCann, IRS Programmer; CNN Cameras Roll as Stone Is Arrested; Pope Defends Migrants, Takes Aim at Wall Builders; Brazil Dam Collapse; Hollywood's Stunning Transformations. Aired 4-5a ET
• Trump Agrees to Reopen Government, Gets Zero for Wall; Grand Jury Indicts Trump Confidant Roger Stone; Brazil Dam Collapse; U.S. and Opposition Crank Up Pressure on Maduro; Interview with Brett Bruen, Former White House Director of Global Engagement; Yellow Vest Protesters Gather in Paris for 11th Weekend. Aired 5-6a ET
• President Agrees to Temporarily End Partial Government Shutdown; President Trump States Government Shutdown May Resume over Border Wall Funding; Government Workers Unpaid During Shutdown Still Waiting for Backpay After Government Reopens; FBI Arrests Former Trump Campaign Adviser Roger Stone in Connection with Russia Investigation; Analysts Examine Economic Impact of Government Shutdown; Authorities Find Three-Year-Old Boy Missing for 55 Hours. Aired 2-3p ET
• Trump Temporarily Ends Shutdown Without Out Wall Money; Trump Threatens a National Emergency if No Deal in 3 Weeks; Democrats View Reopening of Government a Win against Trump; Roger Stone Faces Arraignment Tuesday, Says No Evidence of Collusion with WikiLeaks, Russia; Florida Agriculture Chief: Shutdown Fight Dealing Blow to Farmers; Pompeo Tells Venezuela "Don't Test U.S." & Urges U.N. to Recognize Guaido as President; Cohen to Testify Before Senate & Lawyers Say Trump, Giuliani Threatened Cohen's Family. Aired 1-2p ET
• Roger Stone Faces Arraignment Tuesday, Says No Evidence of Collusion with WikiLeaks, Russia; Trump Temporarily Ends Shutdown Without Wall Money; Impact of Shutdown Still Lingers for Federal Workers Who Missed Two Paychecks; Roger Stone Says No Evidence of Collusion with WikiLeaks, Russia & WikiLeaks Attorney Says Stone Arrest "Intimidation"; Pompeo Tells Venezuela "Don't Test U.S." & Urges U.N. to Recognize Guaido as President; Steve King Defends Self on Racist Remarks to Constituents. Aired 3-4p ET
• Historic Partial Government Shutdown is Over; Stone: "I Will Not Bear False Witness Against Trump"; DACA Recipient Fears Deportation if Protection Disappear; Temporary Fix Leaves Thousands of Workers Worried About the Future. Aired 12-1p ET
• Manhunt for Killer of 5 People in Louisiana; John Podesta Reacts to Stone Arrest; Roger Stone Says No Evidence of Collusion with WikiLeaks, Russia; Wages Flat for Workers in Booming Economy; Democrats Look to Raise Takes on Rich to Help Environment, Reverse Wage Gap. Aired 5-6p ET
• Manhunt for Killer of 5 People in Louisiana; A Look at Roger Stone's Long & Sordid Career; Far-Right Media Divided in Reaction to Trump Shutdown Deal Without Wall Funding; Twins Separated at Birth Find Each Other after Watching CNN's 'THREE IDENTICAL STRANGERS"; Backlash over Hollywood's Portrayal of Real-Life Stories. Aired 4-5p ET
• Roger Stone Indictment Links Trump Campaign To WikiLeaks; Presidential Power Struggle In Venezuela; Good Samaritan Gives Colin Powell Roadside Assistance; Thomas Perez Discussing Roger Stone's Indictment. Aired 8-9p ET


January 25, 2019
• World Economic Forum Wraps Up; U.N. Says Face Problems One at a Time; Government Still Shut on Day 35; Qatar Ready for World Cup 2022; Venezuela Closes Embassy And Consulates In U.S. Non-Emergency U.S. Staff Told To Leave Venezuela; Exclusively Interview With Russia's Deputy Foreign Minister, Sergei Ryabkov; Israeli's Safety Is One Or Our Greatest Concerns; World Economic Forum; Climate Change Could Soon Reach Tipping Point. Aired 3-4a ET
• The Government Shutdown Continues; Missing Yet Another Paycheck; Military is Standing with Nicolas Maduro; Donald Trump to Announce a National Emergency at the U.S. Mexico Border; Brexit Approaches Without a Sign of Any Agreement; Shutdown Continues: Senate Blocks Bills to Fund Government amid Fight over Trump Border Wall; How The Economic And Political Crisis Unfolded; World's Countries Choose Sides; Davos Sidequest: Inside The Igloo Hotel. Aired 2-3a ET
• Trump Agrees To Delay The State Of The Union Speech; Federal Workers Now Missing Second Paycheck; Unrest Continues As U.S. And E.U. Backs Opposition Leader; Non-Emergency U.S. Staff Told To Leave Venezuela; U.S. And E.U. Back Self-Declared President Guaido; Airbus And Ford Sound Alarm Over No-Deal Brexit; Government Closure Threatening National Security; Interview with Russian Deputy Foreign Minister Sergei Ryabkov; El Chapo's Wife Implicated in Escapes; No Nickname for Nancy. Aired 1-2a ET
• Stone Arrested and Indictment Released; Manafort in Court; Search Warrants at Stone's Homes; Senators Talk Solutions; Interview with Rep. Dan Kildee (D-MI). Aired 9:30-10a ET
• Trump Agrees to Temporarily Reopen Government Without Any Wall Funding; Longtime Trump Confidant Roger Stone Indicted. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• Full Ground Stop at LaGuardia Airport Due to Government Shutdown; Interview with Former FAA Safety Inspector; Airport Delays May Increase Pressure to End Shutdown; Roger Stone Arrested But Not Charged with Collusion. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• Trump to Speak from Rose Garden About A Deal to Reopen the Government; Trump Says Deal Reached to Reopen Government for Three Weeks; The Border Wall Will Be A Separate Topic of Discussion. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• A White House Source Says Airplane Chaos Played Key Role in Trump Backing Down; Roger Stone the Advisor to Trump Is Indicted in Mueller Probe; Democratic Leaders Speak Amid Deal to Reopen Government for Three Weeks. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• FBI Arrests Longtime Trump Associate Roger Stone; Manafort Appears in Court Over Allegations He Lied to Mueller; White House: Roger Stone Charges are Unrelated to Trump. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• Trump Speaks in Rose Garden on Shutdown Deal; Roger Stone Spoke Earlier after His Court Appearance; White House Says Stone's Arrest Has Nothing to Do with Trump. Aired 2:30-3p ET
• Interview with Rep. Dan Kildee (D), Michigan; FBI Arrests Longtime Trump Associate Roger Stone; Delays At LaGuardia, Newark And Philadelphia Airports Due To Staffing Issues; Interview with Rep. Chris Stewart (R), Utah. Aired 10-10:30a ET
• Team Trump Muddles Message to Government Workers; Senators Subpoena Trump's Ex-Lawyer Michael Cohen to Testify; Non-Emergency U.S. Staff Told to Leave Venezuela; Interview with Brett Bruen, Former White House Director of Global Engagement; Moscow Pushes Back against Possible Trump Ties to Russia; U.S. Senate Rejects Bills to Re-open Government; Trump Open to "Down Payment" on the Wall; U.S. Senate Committee Subpoenas Michael Cohen. Aired 12-1a ET


January 24, 2019
• Trump Backs Down In State Of The Union Dispute; Guaido Declares Himself Acting Venezuelan President; North Korean Leader Gets Letter From Trump; World Economic Forum; Transfer Of Power In Congo; Capturing The Human Cost Of The Oil Industry; Photographer Shares #MeToo Story With A Graphic Selfie; Violence Produce More Refugees; Nations Supports Venezuelan Interim President; Heaven and Hell in a Child's Eye. Aired 3-4a ET
• State Of The Union Postponed Until After U.S. Shutdown; Trump Backs Down In State Of The Union Dispute; Nicolas Maduro Accuses U.S. Of Backing A Coup; U.S. Recognizes Juan Guaido As Legitimate President; Trump: All Options Are On The Table; Drug Addiction On Ravages War-Torn Country; Nurse Arrested for Impregnating Woman in Vegetative State; Footballer Emiliano Sala Sent Audio Message from Plane; U.K. Official Warns U.K. Heading for Hard Brexit; Hoarding Food in Case of No Deal Brexit; The Disappearing White House Press Briefings; Japan's Newest Naval Recruits are Women. Aired 1-2a ET
• Senate Votes on Dueling Bills Today to End the Shutdown; Trump Concedes, Won't Deliver Speech Until After Shutdown Ends; Senate to Vote on Dueling Bills to End Shutdown; Interview with Sen. Ben Cardin (D-MD); Cohen Postpones Testimony Citing Threats Against His Family; Dow to Slightly Rise at Open; Cohen's Lawyer Appeals to the House to Formally Disapprove of Alleged Trump Threats; Manafort Disputes Claim That He Lied to the Special Prosecutor. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• Trump's Shutdown Plan Fails, Senate Voting on Dem Plan; Interview with Rep. Abigail Spanberger (D), Virginia; Senate Votes Down both Proposals to Reopen Government; Elizabeth Warren to Propose New "Wealth Tax" on Richest Americans; Venezuela's Maduro Closing Embassy, All Consulates in U.S. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• Zephen Xaver Makes First Court Appearance Since Florida Shooting Yesterday; One-third of Kodiak, Alaska's Population Is Going Without Paychecks During Shutdown; Interview with Rep. Will Hurd (R- TX); Five Former Secretaries of Homeland Security Issue Statement Opposing Shutdown. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• Soon Senate Votes on Bills That Won't End The Shutdown; Wilbur Ross Says Don't Quite Understand Why Workers Need Food Banks; White House Invites Leaders for Meeting with Trump Tomorrow; Freshman Democrats Urge Pelosi to Offer Trump A Compromise; Baldwin Interviews REP. Jennifer Wexton (D-VA); Senate Intelligence Committee Subpoenas Cohen to Testify Before Prison Date; Aviation Unions Say Airline Safety Deteriorating by The Day. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• Trump Concedes, Won't Deliver Speech Until After Shutdown Ends; Interview with Senator Mike Rounds (R-SD); Michael Cohen Postpones Testimony Citing Threats Against His Family; Paul Manafort Denies He Lied to Investigators; Gunman Kills Five People in Florida Bank. Aired 10-10:30a ET
• Trump: Cohen Should Give Information On His Father-In-Law, Senate Dueling Bills To End Shutdown. Aired 09:30-10a ET
• Aviation Unions Say Airline Safety "Deteriorating by the Day"; Wilbur Ross "Disappointed" Air Traffic Controllers Calling in Sick; Dueling Bills in Senate to End Shutdown Expected to Fail; 8 Scenarios that Could End the Shutdown; House Democrats Visit Senate to Show Support for Votes Under Way; Bank of America CEO Warns of Long-Term Damage from Shutdown & Trade Uncertainty. Aired 2:30-3p ET
• Pressure on U.K., China Touts Globalization; Millions Face Humanitarian Crises around the World; Interview with Mark Lowcock, U.N.; Polls Show Shutdown Hurting Trump Support; U.N.: Climate Change Catastrophe Looming; Interview with Christiana Figueres, U.N. Climate Chief; Trump Says He Won't Deliver State of the Union Address Until Shutdown Is Over; Footballer Emiliano Sala Sent Audio Message From Plane; Nurse Arrested For Impregnating Woman In Vegetative State; Vatican's Swiss Guard Gets New U.V. Ray Resistant Helmets. Aired 2-3a ET
• Republican Senate Bill to Reopen Government Fails to Pass; Trump Accepts Postponement of State of the Union; Commerce Secretary Expresses Confusion Over Why Furloughed Federal Workers Need Food Pantries. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• Trump Backs Down in State of the Union Dispute; Guaido Declares Himself Acting Venezuelan President; China Detains Australian Citizen and Democracy Advocate; Trump Concedes to Pelosi on State of the Union; Political Upheaval in Venezuela; Interview with Juan Carlos Hidalgo, Cato Institute; Footballer Emiliano Sala Sent Audio Message from Plane; Hoarding Food in Case of No-Deal Brexit. Aired 12-1a ET


January 23, 2019
• Trump Moving Ahead With State Of The Union Plans; Republicans, Democrats Far Apart On Plans To Reopen; Lawyer, Suspected U.S. Spy Had Russian State Secrets On Him In Moscow; "Sex Coach" Changes Story, Freed By Russian Court; Venezuela Prepares For Mass Demonstrations; Anger Engulfs Zimbabwe Over Fuel Hikes, Cost Of Living. Aired 1-2a ET
• WEF 2019 Gives Youth a Voice; Government Shutdown Still No End in Sight; Russian and Turkish Leaders to Meet Over Syria Crisis. Aired 3-4a ET
• Senate Vote on Bills; White House Making Speech Preparations; Interview with Rep. Clay Higgins (R-LA); Interview with Kevin Hassett. Aired 9-9:30a
• Davos 2019 Day One: Huawei Chairman Said Trade War Is Slowing Sales, Microsoft CEO Talked Tech's Impact on Humanity; Lawyer: Suspected U.S. Spy Had Russian "State Secrets" On Him In Moscow; Macron And Merkel: Nationalism, Brexit, Terrorism And Immigration Are Threats; Film "Apartment 407" Depicts Farrell's Experience Of Trafficking. Aired 2-3a ET
• Paul Manafort to Respond to Mueller's Allegations Today; Mueller Wants to Know About 2016 Trump Campaign's Ties to NRA; Aired 9:30-10a ET
• Interview With Rep. Ralph Norman (R-SC); Interview With Rep. Kurt Schrader (D-OR); Cohen Delays Testimony Out of Concern Over Alleged Trump Threats to Family; Pelosi Once Again Says No to Trump State of the Union Address. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• "Sex Coach" Changes Story, Freed By Russian Court; Lawyer: Suspected U.S. Spy Had Russian "State Secrets" on Him in Moscow; U.N. Rise in Global Human Trafficking Victims. Aired 12-1a ET
• Interview with Former U.S. Attorney for the Southern District of New York Elie Honig; President Trump To Announce Juan Guaido is Legitimate President of Venezuela; Interview with Mayor of San Diego; Phoenix Chief of Police Announces Arrest of Suspect in Vegetative Rape; Mayor Pete Buttigieg to Enter 2020 Race. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• President Trump's Personal Legal Attorney Trying To Split Hairs On What Constitutes Obstruction Of Justice; One-On-One Interview With Tennessee Congressman Steve Cohen; Day 30 Of The Partial U.S. Government Shutdown And It Has Real Impact For Thousands And Thousands Of People; A Massive And Deadly Storm That Pushed Its Way Across Half The Country Is Now Hammering The East Coast; Aired 2:00-3:00p ET
• Senate to Vote on Dueling Bill to End Shutdown; White House Says Trump to Deliver SOTU Speech on January 29th; Interview with Senator Bob Menendez (D-NJ); Paul Manafort's Legal Team Misses Deadline; Aired 10-10:30a ET
• Venezuela's Maduro Breaks Relations with U.S.; Trump Recognizes Venezuela's Opposition Leader as Rightful President; Manafort Disputes Mueller's Accusations of Lying; Multiple People Shot in a Hostage Situation at Florida Bank; Trump Responds to Pelosi Canceling State of Union at House. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• Interview with Rep. Katherine Clark (D-MA); Phoenix Police Arrest Suspect in Sexual Assault of Woman in Vegetative State; Pelosi to Trump: No State of the Union Until Government Reopens; Trump Responds to Pelosi on State of the Union; Trump Responds to Cohen Postponing Testimony "Due to Threats." Aired 2:30-3p ET
• Cohen Postpones Testimony Claiming Threats from Trump; Trump Essentially Dares Pelosi to Disinvite Him to The Capitol; Baldwin Interviews REP. Katherine Clark (D-MA). Aired 2-2:30p ET


January 22, 2019
• Some Leaders No Show at 2019 World Economic Forum; Democrats and President Trump Not Moved by a Month-long Shutdown; Brexit Talks Continues as Deadline Approaches; May Lays Out Next Steps For Brexit Deal; North Korea Operating 20 Secret Missile Bases; World Economic Forum Kicks Off In Switzerland; Venezuelan Government Quashes Military Revolt; Back On Line In Zimbabwe; Israel-Syria Tensions. Aired 3-4a ET
• Whelan Found with Flash Drive; Trade Negotiations with China; Supreme Court on Military Ban; Mystery Company Asks for Appeal; L.A. Teachers Strike; Supreme Court on DACA. Aired 9:30-10a ET
• May's Brexit Plan B Planned As Repackaged Plan A; Democrats Line Up Against Trump; Kamala Harris Joins Diverse Field Of Democrats; Woman Linked To Russian Oligarch Detained In Moscow; Secret Missile Base Operating Near DMZ; Israel Launches Strikes on Targets in Syria; Another View of Confrontation; China: Human Gene Editing Experiments are Illegal; Last Ditch Line of Defense in Trump White House. Aired 1- 2a ET
• Rudy Giuliani's Changing Stories; Government Shutdown Continues; Supreme Court Lets Trump Military Transgender Ban Take Effect; Aired 3-3:30p ET
• Giuliani Tries to Clean Up Comments on Trump Tower Moscow; NYT: People Close to Trump Exasperated with Giuliani; Accused U.S. Spy Denied Bail, Detained in Russia Until Trial; Dow to Drop at Open, Worries Over Slowing Global Growth. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• Senate Convenes And May Take A Vote on Trump's Proposal; The White House Is Moving Forward with Plans for A Trump State Of The Union in Congress; Republicans Question Purpose of Michael Cohen Testimony To Congress; Giuliani Cannot Get His Story Straight on The Trump Moscow Project; Rudy Giuliani Interviewed by Chris Cuomo And Jake Tapper; Giuliani to CNN, I Am Not Lying for The President. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• Supreme Court Allows Trump's Transgender Military Ban; Baldwin Interviews Transgender Infantryman; Democrats Apologize for Their Pasts; Trump Supporter and Native American Lock Hands at Peace Vigil; Chris Brown Arrested in Paris, Accused of Rape. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• How Kamala Harris Could Win the Democratic Nomination; Federal Workers Turn to Food Banks to Feed Families; New Book Describes Trump Administration Staff as Out of Control Chaos; Spike Lee Wins Best Director, Best Picture for "BlacKkKlansman". Aired 2:30-3p ET
• Former Vice President Joe Biden and Senator Bernie Sanders Lead in Popularity Among African-American Voters; Record Number of Female Candidates for President; Interview with the Children of American Majd Kamalmaz; NFL to Make Catch Interference Plays Reviewable; Supreme Court to Allow Military Transgender Ban to Go into Effect. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• May's Brexit Plan B Planned As Repackaged Plan A; Democrats and President Trump Not Moved by a Month-long Shutdown; Links between Kenya Hotel Attack and Somalia; Pyongyang Operating Secret Missile Bases; IMF Cuts Growth Forecasts As World Economic Forum Begins; Globalization Facing Uncertain Future As Forum Begins. Aired 12m-1a ET
• Supreme Court Takes No Action on DACA for Now; Nancy Pelosi, Mitch McConnell to Introduce Dueling Bills to End Shutdown; Pop-Up Food Banks Set Up to Help Federal Workers in New York City; Supreme Court Lets Ban on Transgender Military Members Take Effect; Supreme Court Allows Mystery Company to Take Up Appeal Under Seal; Aired 10- 10:30a ET


January 21, 2019
• Teen Responds To Social Media Outrage Over Viral Video; Sources: Ex-Starbucks CEO Weighs Possible 2020 Independent Bid; Wash State Dem Party Chair Invites Howard Schultz To Meet; Govt. Report: Trump Admin Separated Many More Children From Parents Than Previously Thought; Rudy Giuliani Admits Trump and Cohen May Have Discussed Testimony; Interview with Former Homeland Security Secretary Jeh Johnson; Teen Responds to Social Media Outrage Over Viral Video; Aired 8-9p ET
• Giuliani on Cohen Testimony; Trump Tower Discussions; Outrage over Viral Video; Convoy Targeted in Syria. Aired 9:30-10a ET
• Bipartisan Move to End Government Shutdown; Israel Tell Damascus Not to Retaliate; Prime Minister Theresa May to Introduce her Plan B Brexit; No-show for Some World Leaders in World Economic Forum; Greeks to Vote Over Country Renaming; Northern Irish People Worries as Brexit Approaches; Nissan CEO Hopes for a Bail; Teenager Faces Native American Veteran; Blood Moon Seen in Many Places. Aired 3-4a ET
• Trump Proposal to End Shutdown Getting Little Support; Interview with Rep. Tom Malinowski (D-NJ); Trump Planning Second Summit with North Korean Leader. Aired 7-7:30a ET
• China Posts Slowest Economic Growth since 1990; Second Trump- Kim Summit for the End of February; Lebanese Campaign Looking to Change Attitudes on Victims; New Gillette Ad Takes on Bullying and Toxic Masculinity; Geography Sometimes Escapes Politicians. Aired 1-2a ET
• Trump Warns House Speaker Nancy Pelosi; Another Tough Week for Theresa May; The Viral Video of the Teenager Standing In Front of a Native American Elder; Witnessing the Super Blood Wolf Moon; Liam Fox Warns Parliament; Zimbabwe Finding Ways to Challenge Government. Aired 2-3a ET
• Coast Guard Admiral Calls Out Shutdown as Ship Deploys Today; Democrats Reject Trump's Deal on Dreamers to End Shutdown; Interview With Rep. Jodey Arrington (R-TX); Trump Slams Democrats After They Reject Immigration Offer. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• Record Government Shutdown continues; Teen in MAGA Hat Has Confrontation With Native American; Kamala Harris Announces Presidential Run. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• Trump Offers Temporary Three Year Protection for Dreamers; Democratic Lawmakers Reject Trump's Immigration Proposal; Democrats Say Reopen Government Then We'll Talk Border Security; TSA Callouts Climbed to 10% of Workforce Over The Weekend; Members of Band KISS Offer Free Meals at Airports; Interview with Paul Stanley of KISS About Feeding TSA Workers;, Kamala Harris Announces Presidential Run; "New York Times" Says Giuliani Discussed with Trump Moscow Tower Deal Until Election.
• Teen Involved in Encounter with Native American Elder Responds; New Footage Shows Different Side of Encounter Between Teen, Elder; Giuliani Analysis His Comments on Moscow Tower Deal or Hypothetical; Furloughed Workers Face Uncertainty as Shut down Drags On; Democratic Hopefuls Court Black Voters Ahead of 2020. Aired 3:30- 4p ET
• Senate Set to Vote on Trump's Shutdown Deal This Week; New York City Food Bank Distributing Thousands of Meals for Federal Workers; Hundreds of TSA Workers Calling Out Because of Financial Burden; Senator Kamala Harris Announces Presidential Bid; Aired 10-10:30a ET
• Giuliani Gives New Timeline on Trump Tower Moscow Talks and Says Trump Spoke to Cohen Ahead of Congressional Testimony; Trump Legal Team Reached Out to Special Counsel After "BuzzFeed" Article; Russian Pop Star Cancels U.S. Tour After Failing to Reach Deal with Mueller; Chris Christie: Trump Has "Found Himself Saddled with Riffraff;" Passengers Stuck on Plane in Freezing Cold 14 Hours; Kamala Harris Announces Presidential Run in 2020. Aired 2:30-3p ET
• Both Dems and GOP Pan Trump's Shutdown Offer; British Lawmakers Plan Measure to Take Control over Brexit; Mexico Mourns Pipeline Victims; Police Release Video of Northern Ireland Car Bomb Explosion; British Prime Minister to Lay Out Brexit "Plan B" Monday; Israel Says It's Striking Iranian Targets in Syria; Former Nissan CEO: I Will Respect Bail Conditions. Aired 12m-1a ET
• Interview with Rep. John Garamendi (D-CA); Mike Pompeo Considering Run for Senate; Clark County, Washington Declares Public Health Emergency over Measles Outbreak; Passengers Seek Answers After United Airlines Flight Held Them On Tarmac for 14 Hours. Remembering the Four Americans Killed in Syria Last Week. Aired 10:30-11a ET


January 20, 2019
• Democrats Reject Trump's Offer to End Shutdown; Interview with Justin Tarovisky, Unpaid Federal Worker; Native American Elder Faces Off with Teens; Suspected Car Bombing Rattles Northern Ireland; Funeral Held for Polish Mayor; Brexit Chaos Leads to Crisis of Leadership; Interview with Ocean Ramsey, Shark Swimmer. Aired 3-3:30a ET
• Democrats Call Trump's Shutdown Offer A "Non-Starter"; Schumer On Trump Offer: "Not A Deal But More Hostage Taking"; Sen. Warner: "We Cannot Reward This Kind Of Behavior"; Giuliani Admits Trump And Cohen May Have Discussed Testimony; More Than 70 Million People Facing Wind Chill Threat; Thousands Of Flights Canceled As Storm Moves Through Northeast; Pelosi Versus President: Two Powerhouses Wage Epic Battle; Trump To Announce Location Of Nuclear Talks With NK Soon; Making Fitness A Group Effort. 3-4pm ET
• Trump Proposes DACA Deal for His Border Wall Funding; Furloughed Worker Shares Impacts of Historic Shutdown; Rudy Giuliani Admits Trump and Cohen May Have Discussed Testimony; Immigration Laws; Oscars; CNN Heroes; Politics; Italy Elections; Second Amendment Rights; Reality TV; Entertainment. Aired 4-5p ET
• Democrats Reject Trump's Offer to End Shutdown; Suspected Car Bombing Rattles Northern Ireland; At Least 73 Killed in Mexico Pipeline Blast; Police Advise Prince Philip for Not Wearing Seat Belt; CNN Goes to Southern U.S. Border but No Crisis; Native American Elder Faces Off with Teens; Interview with Human Rights Advocate Derreck Kayongo; Kenyans Mourn 21 Killed by Al-Shabaab; Injured Turtles Wash Up on Israeli Shores; "SNL's" Shutdown Game Show. Aired 5-6a ET
• President Trump's Personal Legal Attorney Trying To Split Hairs On What Constitutes Obstruction Of Justice; One-On-One Interview With Tennessee Congressman Steve Cohen; Day 30 Of The Partial U.S. Government Shutdown And It Has Real Impact For Thousands And Thousands Of People; A Massive And Deadly Storm That Pushed Its Way Across Half The Country Is Now Hammering The East Coast; Aired 2:00-3:00p ET
• Do Russia's Putin, N. Korea's Kim Benefit from U.S., U.K. Turmoil?; Inside the GM Plant Where Nooses and "Whites-Only" Signs Hung; How Long Will Wall Street's January Rally Last; One-on-one interview with Congressman Ted Lieu; Exclusive Interview With Former Homeland Security Secretary, Jeh Johnson. Aired 6-7p ET
• Mueller's Office Disputes BuzzFeed Report; U.S. Government Shutdown Showdown; Women's March Continues Despite Anti-Semitism Claims; Interview with Uma Mishra-Newbery of Women's March Global; Animal Rights Groups Protest against Ancient Ritual. Aired 3-3:30a ET
• Democrats Reject Trump's Offer to End Shutdown; Native American Elder Faces Off with Teens; Airstrike Kills 52 Militants in Somalia; Funeral Held for Polish Mayor; Campaign against Sexual Violence in Lebanon Seeks to Change Attitudes; Interview with Nicole Lauer, East Bay Coast Guard Spouses Club; Brexit Chaos Leads to Crisis of Leadership; Interview with Ocean Ramsey, Shark Swimmer. Aired 4-5a ET
• Day 30 Of The Government Shutdown Is Almost Over; Lawmakers Are Reintroducing A Bill To Hold China Accountable For The Mass Internment Of Its Ethnic Muslim Minorities; Deadly Pipeline Explosion In Central Mexico; Giulian: 'So What' If Trump & Cohen Discussed Testimony; GOP Lawmaker Warns Against Talk Of Impeachment; Arizona "DREAMer" Reacts To Trump's DACA Offer. Aired 7-8p ET
• Giuliani Saying Trump Talked to Cohen About Testimony; Negotiations for Trump Tower in Moscow Active in 2016; Democrats Rejects Trump's Offer of DACA Relief; Stare-down of Student and Native-American Goes Viral; A Sex Guru Detained in Moscow; Prince Phillip Driving Without Seatbelt. Aired 5-6p ET
• Teen Responds To Social Media Outrage Over Viral Video; Sources: Ex-Starbucks CEO Weighs Possible 2020 Independent Bid; Wash State Dem Party Chair Invites Howard Schultz To Meet; Govt. Report: Trump Admin Separated Many More Children From Parents Than Previously Thought; Rudy Giuliani Admits Trump and Cohen May Have Discussed Testimony; Interview with Former Homeland Security Secretary Jeh Johnson; Teen Responds to Social Media Outrage Over Viral Video; Aired 8-9p ET


January 19, 2019
• Government Shutdown Continues over Border Wall Funding; House Democrats to Offer Bill with Additional $1 Billion in Border Security Funding Unrelated to Border Wall; President Trump Announces Upcoming Meeting with North Korean Leader Kim Jong-un; Interview with Rep. Katie Porter, (D-CA); Storms Delay Flights at Airports Across U.S.; Annual Women's March Begins in Washington D.C.; Food Banks Serve Increasing Number of Unpaid Government Workers; New York Senator Kirsten Gillibrand Visits Iowa. Aired 10-11a ET
• Mueller's Office Disputes BuzzFeed Report; U.S. Government Shutdown Showdown; Women's March Continues Despite Anti-Semitism Claims; Interview with Uma Mishra-Newbery of Women's March Global; Animal Rights Groups Protest against Ancient Ritual. Aired 3-3:30a ET
• Democrats Offer $1 Billion but no Money for the Wall; Women's March Continues With Controversy; Trump Meets Families of the Fallen in Dover; Dignified Transfer of American Killed in Syria Bombing; White House Announces Second Trump-Kim Summit; Pelosi Asks Trump to Delay State of the Union Address. Aired 12-1p ET
• Government Shutdown Continues over Border Wall Funding; President Trump to Make Address Regarding an Offer to End Government Shutdown; Democrats May Reject White House Offer on Ending Government Shutdown; Women's March Takes Place in Cities across U.S.; Women's March Leaders Criticized for Association with Louis Farrakhan; Interview with Rep. Debbie Wasserman-Schultz, (D-FL); President Trump Announces Upcoming Meeting with North Korean Leader Kim Jong-un; Former Employees Sue General Motors Plant in Toledo, Ohio, for Racist Work Environment; Winter Storms Delay Airport Flights across U.S. Aired 2-3p ET
• Trump to Propose Extending DACA Protections, Democrats to Propose $1 Billion for Border Security, No Money for Wall; Women's March Under Way Across U.S. But Controversy of Anti-Semitism Mars Message; Pompeo Defends Wife's Presence on Middle East Trip During Shutdown; Giuliani: Trump Didn't Collude but Don't Know if Campaign Did; Michael Cohen Admits to Rigging Polls in 2016 Election; Over 100 Million People Under Winter Weather Alert this Weekend; 4 Americans Killed in Syria Identified. Aired 1-2p ET
• Trump to Propose Extending DACA Protections in Announcement; Democrats to Propose $1 Billion for Border Security, No Money for Wall; Feud Expands as Pelosi Tells Trump to Delay SOTU, Trump Grounds Plane, Outs CODEL to Afghanistan; Trump Says 2nd Summit with North Korea Set, Location Chosen; Will U.S. Deaths in Syria Change Plans to Withdraw U.S. Troops?; New Tape of Trump & Pence Holding Naturalization Oath Ceremony; Kristen Gillibrand's Changing Stance on Immigration. Aired 3-4p ET
• Trump Digs in on Border Wall, Dems Propose Offer with No Wall Money; Women's Marches Underway Across the Country; Dignified Transfer Today for Four Americans Killed in Syria; Fight against ISIS Rages On; Federal Contract Worker Sets up GoFundMe to Pay Rent; Gillibrand Embarrassed by Past Immigration Stance. Aired 11a-12p ET
• Mueller's Office Disputes BuzzFeed Report; Pelosi: Trump Leaked Her Afghanistan Itinerary; U.S. Government Shutdown Showdown; Irish Backstop Remains Key Brexit Sticking Point; Interview with Ben Smith, BuzzFeed Editor-in-Chief; China Accused of Tearing Minority Families Apart; Shark Sighting off Hawaii. Aired 4-5a ET
• Mueller's Office Disputes BuzzFeed Report; Pelosi: Trump Leaked Her Afghanistan Itinerary; U.S. Government Shutdown Showdown; Second Trump-Kim Summit Set for February; Police Officer Sentenced to 81 Months for 2014 Shooting; Interview with Jeffrey Lewis, Nuclear Expert; Yellow Vest Protests for 10th Straight Week; Let Them Eat Hamberders. Aired 5-6a ET
• Dignified Transfer of American Killed in Syria Bombing; White House Announces Second Trump-Kim Summit; Pelosi Asks Trump to Delay State of the Union Address; Democrats Offer $1 Billion but no Money for the Wall; Women's March Continues With Controversy; Trump Meets Families of the Fallen in Dover. Aired 12-1p ET
• Will U.S. Deaths in Syria Change Plans to Withdraw U.S. Troops; New Tape of Trump & Pence Holding Naturalization Oath Ceremony; Kristen Gillibrand's Changing Stance on Immigration; Trump to Propose Extending DACA Protections in Announcement; Democrats to Propose $1 Billion for Border Security, No Money for Wall; Feud Expands as Pelosi Tells Trump to Delay SOTU, Trump Grounds Plane, Outs CODEL to Afghanistan; Trump Says 2nd Summit with North Korea Set, Location Chosen; Will U.S. Deaths in Syria Change Plans to Withdraw U.S. Troops. Aired 3-4p ET
• Pelosi Rejects Trump's Offer of DACA Protections in Exchange for Wall Funds; Sources: Joe Biden Likely to Launch Presidential Run; Democrats Announce Presidential Run on Stephen Colbert's Show; John Kerry on "THE AXE FILES": Trump's Actions on World Stage Do Not Help U.S.; Trump Announces Proposal; Trump Changes Wall Terms; Interview With Rep. Zoe Lofgren (D-CA); Interview With Rep. Vicente Gonzalez (D- TX); Trump Offers Protections. Aired 5-6a ET
• President Donald Trump Layout New Proposal To End The Government Shutdown Offering What He Believes Is A Compromise To Democrats; Pelosi Rejects Trump's Proposal to End the Shutdown; Poll: Majority of Americans Blame Trump & Republicans for Shutdown. Aired 4- 5p ET
• President Donald Trump Making A Public Offer To Democrats Today To End The Partial Government Shutdown; Group Of Teenage Students Attacked A Veteran In A Protest; Joe Biden, Getting Closer To The Deciding Whether To Make A 2020 Run; DNC: Russians Tried To Hack Computers After Midterms; Dem Sen. Gillibrand Announces Exploration CMTE For Possible Run; Trump: Next Kim Meeting Place Has Been Chosen; Trouble On The Frontline In Syria; Americans Killed In Syria Back On U.S. Soil. Aired 8-9p ET


January 18, 2019
• Bombshell Report Rocks the White House; Prime Minister Theresa May Proceed with Plan B; Prince Philip Unharmed After a Car Crash; Shutdown Showdown, Trump Denies Pelosi Use Of Military Plane; Interview With Former Gov. John Kasich (R-OH); 800,000 Employees Impacted By Shutdown; Battle Against ISIS; North Korea-U.S. Relations; Yellow Vest Movement, Tackling Protest With Talks; Snow In The U.S. East, Avalanches In The West; Dog With A Bone. Aired 3-4a ET
• Trump/Pelosi Battle Intensifies; Interview with Rep. Adam Kinzinger (R-IL); Trump Directed Cohen to Lie; Interview with Bill Richardson. Aired 9:30-10a ET
• BuzzFeed News: President Trump Directed Michael Cohen to Lie to Congress About Moscow Tower Project; Trump Cancels Pelosi's Trip Amid Shutdown Fight; Trump, Pelosi Battle Intensifies Amid Stalemate. Aired 9-9:30
• BuzzFeed: Trump Directed Cohen to Lie about Moscow Tower Project; Trump Denies Pelosi CODEL Use of Military Plane; U.S.-Backed Syrian Forces Vow to Drive out ISIS; British Prime Minister Tries for Plan B; Britain's Prince Philip in Car Crash. Aired 12m-1a ET
• BuzzFeed News: President Trump Directed His Attorney To Lie To Congress About The Moscow Tower Project; Trump Denies Pelosi Use Of Military Plane; British P.M. Tries For Plan B After Crushing Defeat; Britain's Prince Philip Involved In Car Cash; Pyongyang's Top Envoy Arrives In Washington; Macron Rolls Out Nationwide "Great Debates"; U.S.-Backed Syrian Forces Vow to Drive Out ISIS; Trump's Impulsive Behavior Has Pentagon on Edge; Possible Criminal Probe of Huawei; Deported Sex Coach Now Detained in Moscow. Aired 1-2a ET
• Trump Told Cohen to Lie to Congress; Rudy Giuliani's Claim that Trump Did Not Collude with Russia; President Trump Not Allowing Pelosi to Use a Military Plane to Afghanistan; Prince Philip in a Car Crash; Theresa May Holding Cross-Party Talks; U.S. Allies to Push ISIS One Town at a Time; Kim's Envoy Arrives in D.C. as Pentagon States 'Extraordinary Threat' Posed By North Korea; Demonstrations Against Prime Minister Orban Continue; Turkish Media: Intl. Arrest Warrant Issued For Kanter. Aired 2-3a ET
• BuzzFeed News Alleges President Trump Directed Michael Cohen to Lie to Congress; Democratic Lawmakers React to BuzzFeed Report; Interview with Representative Elaine Luria (D-VA). Aired 10-10:30a ET
• Did Trump Endanger Democrats By Leaking Afghanistan Trip?; Trump and North Korean Leader Set for Second Summit; Did Trump Direct Cohen to Lie to Congress?. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• Carl Bernstein Discusses Latest Developments in the Russia Investigation; Furloughed Federal Employees Are Budgeting for Food in Survival Mode; President Trump and White House Press Office Painting Michael Cohen as Liar in Response to Buzzfeed Article; Pentagon This Morning Names Three of the Four Americans Killed in Syria. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• Pelosi's Office Says Trump Endangered CODEL, Troops in Afghanistan; Sen. Jeff Merkley Asks FBI to Investigate DHS Secretary for Perjury over Families Separations at Border; Trump, Giuliani Deny "BuzzFeed" Report on Urging Cohen to Lie to Congress; Trump Meets with North Korean Nuclear Negotiator; "BuzzFeed" Report Puts Trump Children Under Scrutiny in Moscow Trump Tower Project. Aired 2:30-3p ET
• BuzzFeed News Reports Trump Directed Cohen To Lie to Congress About the Moscow Tower Project; Attorney General Nominee Says Coaching the Witness Is Obstruction of Justice; Nancy Pelosi Says Trump "Outing" Our Trip Made Things More Dangerous. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• Pelosi Says Trump Outing Our Trip Made Things More Dangerous; 2020 Residential Hopefuls Weigh in on "BuzzFeed" Report; Thousands Expected for Third Annual Women's March; Killer Mike Weighs in On Politics and Super Bowl Controversy. Aired 3:30-4p ET


January 17, 2019
• Prime Minister Theresa May on Plan B for Brexit; Terrorist's Response to Trump; May Survives No-Confidence Vote, Urges Compromise; ISIS Claimed Bombing Kills 19, Including Four Americans; Political Power Play; Georgia Man Arrested In Plot To Blow Up White House; Fears Grow For Child Trapped In Well; North Korea Top Envoy To Deliver New Letter To Trump; Back-To-Back Storms In California. Aired 3-4a ET
• Interview with Sen. Tom Reed (R-NY); No Response to Delay State of Union; Americans Killed in Syria Attack; Federal Workers Struggle to Pay Bills. Aired 9:30-10a ET
• British Prime Minister May Survives No Confidence Vote, Urges Compromise; ISIS-Claimed Bombing Kills 19, Including Four Americans; Interview with Brig. Gen. Mark Kimmitt; Kenya Hotel Attack Claims at least 21; German Spy Agency to Surveil Far-Right Political Party. Aired 2-3a ET
• British Prime Minister May Survives No Confidence Vote, Urges Compromise; ISIS-Claimed Bombing Kills 19, Including Four Americans; Interview with Maj. Gen. Mark MacCarley; Kenya Hotel Attack Claims at least 21. Aired 12-1a ET
• House Speaker Wants to Delay State of the Union; South Korean Speed Skating Rocked by Abuse Claims; Rescuers Trying to Reach Toddler Trapped in Well in Spain; Record Snowfall Triggers Deadly Avalanches in Alps; World's Loneliest Frog Finally Gets Potential Mate. Aired 1- 2a ET
• Interview with Rep. Ilhan Omar (D-MN); President Trump to Present Missile Defense Review Today at the Pentagon; Ohio Voters Split Over Support for Continued Government Shutdown; President Trump Continues Shutdown Negotiations by Reaching Out to Problem Solvers Caucus; Rudy Giuliani's Collusion Comments. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• Trump Denies Military Aircraft for Pelosi's War Zone Trip; Giuliani Says Campaign May Have Colluded, but Trump Didn't Know; Cohen Admits He Hired Firm to Rig Online Polls in Trump's Favor; Interview with Enes Kantor, Knick's Player Wanted by Turkey for Terrorism. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• WSJ: Michael Cohen Hired a Firm to Rig Online Polls in Trump's Favor; NYT: Trump Argued Russians were Falsely Accused of Election Interference; Government Shutdown Enters Day 27 with No End in Sight; Dow Set to Drop at Open. Aired 9-9:30
• Rudy Giuliani Says Campaign May Have Colluded But Trump Didn't Know About It; Giuliani Flips And No Longer Rules Out Trump Campaign Collusion; Michael Cohen Says Trump Directed Him to Rig Polls in His Favor; White House Is Considering Backup Plans for State of the Union Address; Interview with REP. Ted Lieu (D- CA); Trump Denies Military Aircraft for Pelosi Trip After She Urges Him to Move State of Union Address. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• Rudy Giuliani Says Trump Didn't Collude, His Campaign Might Have; Interview with Senator Dick Durbin (D-IL); Michael Cohen Hired Firm to Rig Online Polls in Trump's Favor; Interview with Representative Ilhan Omar (D-MN); Aired 10-10:30a ET
• Trump Writes Letter to Pelosi: I'm Cancelling Your Trip; Federal Employees Not Getting Paid During Shutdown Includes 550 Coast Guard Personnel. Aired 2:30-3p ET
• Trump Abruptly Rescinds Military Aircraft Use for Congressional Trip Overseas. Aired 3-3:30p ET


January 16, 2019
• Theresa May's Leadership to be Determined by a Vote; Fourteen Lives Killed by Al-Shabaab in Kenya; Trump and Kim Summit Version Two. Aired 3-4a ET
• Interview With Georgia Congresswoman Lucy McBath; British Prime Minister Survives No-Confidence Vote; ISIS Claims Responsibility for Bombing Killing U.S. Troops; Nancy Pelosi Postpones State of the Union Address. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• May Faces No-Confidence Vote after Brexit Defeat; Financial Impact of U.K.'s Uncertain Future; Furloughed Tax Workers Called Back to Work. Aired 1-2a ET
• Terror Attack In Nairobi Kills At Least 11; "El Chapo" Guzman Associate Says Drug Kingpin Bribed Former Mexican President With $100 million; May Faces No-Confidence Vote After Brexit Defeat. Aired 12-1a ET
• Negative Impact of Shutdown Spreads Coast-to-Coast; Both Parties Telling Perspective Size to Stay United; Rep. McBath Honor Son Killed by Gun Violence with New Bill; Four Americans Killed in ISIS- Claimed Syria Attack; Chef Opens Pup Up Kitchen to Feed Furloughed Workers; Drug Trafficker Says El Chapo Paid Ex-President of Mexico $100 Million Bribe. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• The Des Moines Register Calls for Steve King's Resignation; Sen. Patrick Leahy and Peter Baker Take Issue on Twitter With William Barr's Uranium One Testimony; New Questions On Potential Russian Leverage Over Paul Manafort; Prime Minister Theresa May Expected to Win No-Confidence Vote in Parliament Today. Aired 10:30-11:00a ET
• Theresa May Suffers Historic Defeat in Vote As Tories Turn Against Her; Democrats Grill Barr On Mueller & Independence From Trump; Venezuelan Natl. Assembly: Maduro "Usurped" Presidency; May Faces No-Confidence Vote After Brexit Defeat. Aired 2-3a ET
• Senator Kirsten Gillibrand to Enter 2020 Presidential Race; U.K.'s Theresa May Faces No-Confidence Vote After Brexit Defeat; Mueller Filings Lay Out Evidence of Manafort's Alleged Lies; Stocks Set to Rise Despite Brexit Uncertainty. Aired 9-9:30
• Lindsey Graham Says Trump's Syria Statements Have Emboldened ISIS; Pence Declares ISIS Has Been Defeated on Same Day of Terrorist Bombing; Negative Impact of Shutdown Spreads Coast to Coast; British Prime Minister Survives No-Confidence Vote After Brexit Rout; Father of Jake Patterson, Jayme Closs' Kidnapper, has A Letter for Her Family. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• Suicide Blast Kills U.S. Service Members in Syria; Thousands of Coast Guard Active Duty Members Miss First Paycheck; Interview with Senator Chris Van Hollen; Aired 10-10:30a ET
• Father of Closs Kidnapper Has Letter for Jayme's Family; Trump's EPA Nominee: "Climate Change An "8 or 9" on 1-10 Scale; New Congress Being Tested on Issues at Home & Aboard; U.S. Coast Guard Not Being Paid During Shutdown. Aired 2:30-3p ET
• ISIS Claims Syria Blast; Pelosi Asks to Move State of the Union Address; Gillibrand Announces Run; Shutdown Enters Day 26. Aired 9:30- 10a ET


January 15, 2019
• Confirmation for William Barr; Barr Confirmation Hearing. Aired 9:30-10a ET
• William Barr's Hearing On Capitol Hill. Aired 10-10:30a ET
• White House Invites Moderate House Democrats to Meet with Trump; GOP's Steve King Faces Backlash from Party Over Racist Remarks; Attorney General Nominee William Barr Grilled at Senate Hearing; Government Shutdown Enters Day 25 with No End in Sight; Bipartisan Group of Senators Hold Talks to Resolve Government Shutdown; Steve King Stripped of Committee Assignments After Racist Remarks; Stocks to Rise at Open, Investors to Watch Key Brexit Vote. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• Theresa May's Political Future Hangs in the Balance; Trump Denies Working for Russia; Canadian Citizen Sentenced to Death; Donald Trump, I Never Worked For Russia; Polish Mayor Died After Being Stabbed At Charity Event; U.K. Prime Minister Makes Last-Minute Appeal For Her Brexit Deal; U.S.-North Korea Summit Talks; Sounding the Alarm For Antarctica; Bangkok's Smog Blanket. Aired 3-4a ET
• William Barr's Hearing On Capitol Hill. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• U.K. Lawmakers to Decide on May's Brexit Deal; China Sentences Canadian to Death for Drug Smuggling; Opioids' Grim Toll in U.S.; Details Emerging in Jayme Closs Kidnap Case. Aired 1-2a ET
• U.K. Prime Minister Makes Last-Minute Appeal For Her Brexit Deal; Trump Lashes Out At FBI, Denies Russia Reports; Rome Mayor: Money Tossed Into Fountain Will Still Go To Charity. Aired 12-1a ET
• Attorney General Nominee Questioned Before Senate; Senator Kirsten Gillibrand Expected to Enter 2020 Presidential Race; British Lawmakers Reject Brexit Deal. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• Senate Takes on Man Who Will Decide Robert Mueller Probe's Fate; William Barr Says I Won't Be Bullied into Doing Anything Wrong As Attorney General; Barr Says Is Very Important For Public to Be Informed of Robert Mueller's Results; Barr Says Vitally Important for Mueller To Finish His Probe; Barr Says Would Be A Crime for The President To Promise A Pardon in Exchange For Non-Incriminating Testimony Against Him. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• Attorney General Nominee William Barr Confirmation Hearing; GOP Rep. Steve King Speaks on Racist Remarks Before Disapproval Vote; British P.M. Loses Big in Brexit Vote. Aired 2:30-3p ET
• Senator Kirsten Gillibrand To Enter 2000 Race Today; Barr Says I Will Not Permit Interference with The Mueller Probe; British Lawmakers Reject Theresa May's Brexit Deal; House Democrats Decline A White House Invite, They Call It A Mess. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• Trump Denies He Ever Worked For Russia; Source: Trump Letter Hand Delivered To Kim; Antarctica CE Melt Has Increased By 280 percent in Last 40 Years; Geographical Bloopers Can Happen To Anyone. Aired 2- 3a ET
• Decision Day For Brexit; Brexit Vote Day: May Faces Crucial Test Over Deal Reached With EU; May Makes Final Call For Support For Her Deal; Letter From EU Lawmakers Asks U.K. To Remain; EU Publishes Letter In Effort To Save May's Deal; The "Backstop" For Northern Ireland Explained; European Shares Jump In Early Trade; Outcome Could Wreak Havoc On British Pound, Stocks; Democrats May Subpoena Interpreters Amid Reports Of Trump Secrecy About Talks With Putin; U.S. President: "I Never Worked For Russia"; Trump Sends Letter To Kim Jong Un; Beijing Slams Trudeau For Making "Irresponsible Remarks"; China Sentences Canadian To Death For Smuggling; China Condemns Canadian PM Trudeau's Remarks Critical Of Robert Lloyd Schellenberg Death Sentence; Tokyo Court: Former Nissan Chair Carlos Ghosn Denied Bail; Polish Mayor Dies After Being Stabbed Onstage; Donald Tusk Vows Hatred Will Not Prevail; May Faces Crucial Test Over Deal Reached With European. Aired: 4:00-5:00 a ET
• May Faces Crucial Test Over Deal Reached With EU; EU Publishes Letter In Effort To Save May's Deal; Issue of Northern Irish Border Remains A Sticking Point; "Backstop" Designed To Keep Irish Border Open After Brexit; China-Canada Relations At A "Crisis"; Outcome Could Wreak Havoc On British Pound, Stocks; U.S. President: "I Never Worked For Russia"; China Sentences Canadian To Death For Drug Smuggling. Aired: 5:00-6:00 a ET
• UK Lawmakers To Decide On May's Brexit Deal; Quick Start For Serena Williams; James Hardon's Record Night Lifts Rockets; Tony Parker Given Warm Reception By Former Team; National Champs Dine On Fast Food At White House. Aired: 7:00-7:45 a ET


January 14, 2019
• Longest Shutdown in History; Trump Threatens Turkey; Trump Never Worked for Russia; Two More Democratic 2020 Contenders; Trump Answers Questions While Leaving for New Orleans. Aired 9:30-10a ET
• Trump Warns Turkey: Don't Attack The Kurds; Top U.S. Diplomat To Meet With Saudi Crown Prince; Trump: New York Times Article Insulting; Corbyn Threatens May's Future As Brexit Vote Looms; British P.M. To Give Speech Ahead Of Tuesday's Key Vote; How The E.U. Negotiated It's First-Ever Divorce; Second Black Box Found in Indonesia Lion Air Crash; Possibility of National Emergency Declaration; Border Sheriff Wants Funds for Technology Officers; Yellow Vest Debate; Anti-Beauty Movement Grows in South Korea. Aired 1-2a ET
• Tulsi Gabbard Under Fire Over Anti-Gay Comments; TSA Screening Concerns During Shutdown; FBI Investigated Whether Trump Was Russian Asset. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• Pompeo To Meet With Crown Prince In Saudi Arabia; Trump Warns Turkey: Don't Attack The Kurds; Second Black Box Found In Indonesia Lion Air Crash. Aired 12-1a ET
• A New CNN Poll Shows Most Americans Blame Trump for Government Shutdown; U.S. Government Shutdown Enters Day 24 with Still No Deal in Sight; Trump Launches Attacks as Explosive Russia Reports Surface; Stocks Set for Sell-Off on China Export Decline; Trump Slams Senator Warren's Heritage in a Tweet; Trump Quotes a Man He Called "Hitler Lover" to Support Wall. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• Rep. Tulsi Gabbard Under Fire Over Past Anti-Gay Comments; House GOP Leader Meets with Steve King After Racist Remarks; Trump Goes on Attack on Twitter as Russia Headlines Emerge; Oculus Founder Wants to Make Soldiers Smarter Through Tech. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• President Trump Has Yet to Publicly Comment on Steve King's Endorsement of White Nationalism; Turkey Scolds Trump for Tweet; Los Angeles Teachers, Without Contract Since July 2017, Now On Strike; Gretchen Carlson's New Documentary to Air Tonight on Lifetime. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• Trump Denies He's Working for Russia; Police Respond to Active Shooting Incident at UPS New Jersey Facility; William Barr Tells Congress Public Should Know Results of Mueller's Russia Probe; Aired 10-10:30a ET
• Trump Says I Never Worked for Russia; "The Washington Post" Says Trump Took His Interpreter's Notes After A Meeting with Putin; Democrats May Subpoena Trump's Interpreter; TSA Struggles with Short Staffing at The World's Busiest Airport; Democrats Warned the GOP of The Trump and Putin Bromance In 2016; Max Boot writes Op-Ed About 18 Reasons Why Trump May Be A Russian Agent. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• President Trump Slams Articles from The New York Times and Washington Post About his Dealings with Russia; U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo and Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman Met in Saudi Arabia; Theresa May Last Ditch Please for Brexit Vote; Lion Air Flight 610 Black box found; CNN Poll shows President Trump to Blame for Shutdown. Aired 3-4a ET
• Op-Ed: 18 Reasons Why Trump May be Russian Agent; British P.M. Makes Last-Ditch Plea Ahead of Brexit Vote; A.G. Nominee Says Mueller Should Be Allowed to Finish Probe; Jayme Closs Kidnapper Confesses Ahead of Court Appearance. Aired 2:30-3p ET
• Trump Threatens to 'Devastate' Turkey's Economy If They Attack Kurds in Syria; Sudanese Police Fire Bullets, Tear Gas At Protesters; Venezuelan Opposition Leader Released By Security Forces; Second Black Box Found In Indonesia Lion Air Crash. Aired 2-3a ET


January 13, 2019
• WaPo: Trump Concealed Details of Putin Meetings; FBI Probe into whether Trump Worked for Russia; U.S. Secretary of State to Meet with Saudi Crown Prince; Trump Administration Preparing for Shutdown to Drag on through February. Aired 3-3:30a ET
• WaPo: Trump Concealed Details of Putin Meetings; FBI Probe into whether Trump Worked for Russia; Trump Administration Preparing for Shutdown to Drag on through February; Three Killed, Dozens Hurt in Paris Bakery Explosion; Castro Declares Candidacy as O'Rourke Mulls Bid; Sheriff: Kidnap Victim's Parents Killed Because They Were "Barrier" to Abduction; Ebola Survivor Beats Odds, Gives Birth to Healthy Baby; Lin-Manuel Miranda Brings "Hamilton" to Puerto Rico. Aired 4-5a ET
• WaPo: Trump Concealed Details of Putin Meetings; FBI Probe into whether Trump Worked for Russia; Trump Administration Preparing for Shutdown to Drag on through February; U.S. Secretary of State to Meet with Saudi Crown Prince; Rahaf al-Qunun Arrives in Canada after Asylum Offer; Castro Declares Candidacy as O'Rourke Mulls Bid; More Demonstrations Expected against Sudan's al-Bashir; What if Parliament Shoots Down May's Brexit Deal?; Lin-Manuel Miranda Brings "Hamilton" to Puerto Rico. Aired 5-6a ET
• Washington Post: Trump Concealed Details On Putin Meetings; Pompeo: NYT Report On Trump "Silly" "Not Worthy Of A Response; NYT: FBI Feared The President Could Be Working For Russia; Pompeo Says He'll Press Crown Prince Over Journalist's Murder; Graham Urges Trump To Reopen Government "See If We Can Get A Deal"; Trump Blames Democrats For Holding Up Talks; AG Nominee Barr Prepares For Tuesday's Confirmation Hearing; Congressional Black Caucus Condemns Rep. Steve King; WSJ: White House Asked Pentagon For Iran Attack Plan. 3-4pm ET
• A Secret Tunnel Leading From Mexico Into the United States; CNN Original Series American Style; Weeks Before the Super Bowl; Trump Concealed Details of His Meetings with Vladimir Putin; Mike Pompeo Expected to Meet with Crown Prince in Saudi Arabia; Government Shutdown Leaves Some Farmers Without Support Checks. Aired 4-5p ET
• WAPO: No Record Of Trump's 5 In-Person Meetings With Putin; Border Residents Says Migrant Crossings Are "Not A Crisis"; 911 Tape Reveal Panic, Shock After Woman In Coma Gives Birth; Trump Concealed Details of His Meetings with Vladimir Putin; 800,000 Government Employees Not Paid as Shutdown Drags On. Aired 8-9p ET
• FBI Was Investigating Whether The President Was Actually A Russian Asset; The President Points The Finger At Democrats For The U.S. Government Shutdown; U.S. Secretary Of State Mike Pompeo Promising To Address The Killing Of Journalist Jamal Khashoggi During The Sit Down With The Saudi Crown Prince; Juan Guaido Was Detained By Security Officials And Then Later Released; Smuggling Tunnel Was Discovered Running From Mexico In To The Arizona Border; Aired 2-3p ET
• Big Papers Run Damning Pieces on Trump's Russia Activities; WAPO: Trump Concealed Details of Meetings With Putin; Longest Government Shutdown in U.S. History in 23rd Day; White House Preparing for Shutdown to Extend Into February; Trump Invokes Other Countries' Fences in Border Fight. Aired 7-8p ET
• Two Separate Major Newspaper Reports Call Into Serious Question How President Donald Trump Is Conducting Himself With Regard To Russia; Country's Most Undeniable Experts On Border Security Believe Building A Physical Barrier Is A Waste Of Money; Trump Tweets "Starting the Long Overdue Pullout from Syria"; Singer Remains Defiant Amid Renewed Efforts to Mute R. Kelly; Market Watching Earnings for Clues About 2019; How History Changed American Fashion. Aired 6-7p
• Two New Major Newspapers Reports on Trump and Russia; Two Democrats to Run for President in 2020; Day 23 of the Shutdown; A New CNN Poll on Who to Blame for the Shutdown; Shutdown Affects Utah; A Promise to Coal Miners not Kept; Vice President Pence Standing by Trump. Aired 5-6p ET


January 12, 2019
• Reporting Indicates FBI Opened Investigation into President Trump's Ties to Russia after Firing of James Comey; Missing Girl whose Parent were Killed Found in Wisconsin; Government Shutdown Continues over Border Wall Funding; President Trump's Comments on Mexico Paying for Border Wall Examined; Megyn Kelly Paid Full Contract upon Leaving NBC. Aired 10-11a ET
• Reporting Indicates FBI Opened Investigation into President Trump's Ties to Russia after Firing of James Comey; Government Shutdown Continues over Border Wall Funding; Government Shutdown Possibly Affecting FDA Food Safety Inspections; Congressman Steve King Criticized for Comments on White Nationalism; Secretary of State Mike Pompeo Criticizes Former President Obama while in Egypt; Sheriff in Texas County Says Border Wall Not Needed. Aired 2-3p ET
• FBI Begins Another Investigation; Julian Castro to Announce Presidency; Government Shutdown Longest in U.S. History; Explosion at Paris Bakery Kills Three; Sheriff of Broward County Scott Israel Suspended; Jayme Closs is Found; Miami Airport to Close Concourse Early Due to TSA Shortage; Democrat Julian Castro Announces Bid for President. Aired 12-1p ET
• Castro: I'm a Contender for the Presidency; Rep. Tulsi Gabbard Announces Run for President; NYT: FBI Open Investigation on Trump Possibly Working for Russia; Miami Airport Closes Concourse Early Due to TSA Shortage; Trump Still Considers Declaring National Emergency, Law 100 Percent on His Side; Fashion from the White House Shapes the Country. Aired 1-2p ET
• NYT: FBI Open Investigation on Trump Possibly Working for Russia; Trump Meetings in May with Lavrov, Kislyak Worried FBI; Miami Airport Closes Concourse Early Due to TSA Shortage; 45 Percent of FDA Workers Off Job Due to Shutdown; Lindsey Graham: Democrats Hate Trump More Than They Want to Fix Problems; Trump's Main Argument for Border Wall to Stop Flow of Illegal Drugs; Interview with National Border Patrol Council Spokesman; Missing Teen Jayme Closs Found 87 Days after She Vanished, Suspect in Custody; Democrats Castro, Gabbard Announce 2020 Presidential Run as Warren Tries to Build Momentum. Aired 3-4p ET
• FBI Investigated Why Trump's Actions Served to Benefit Russia; Government Shutdown Now the Longest in U.S. History; Shutdown Forces CBP to Move Agents to Other Roles; Democrat Julian Castro to Announce Presidential Bid; Potential Democrat Presidential Candidate Senator Warren Speaks; Three Killed and Dozens Injured in Paris Blast. Aired 11a-12p ET
• A Counter Intelligence Investigation Launched By The FBI Into The Actions Of President Trump; Today Is The First Full Day Since Nearly One Million Federal Workers Missed Their Paychecks; Sister Pimentel Fondly Known As The Pope's Favorite Nun Sat In On A Roundtable With President Trump; Amazon's CEO Jeff Bezos Finds Himself The Target Of The "National Enquirer" As He Is Getting A Divorce; Rep. Steve King Under Fire for Racist Comments; Catholic Nun Disappointed She Didn't Meet Trump during Border Visit; Jeff Bezos Target of "The Enquirer" in Biggest Investigation Ever. Aired 4-5p ET
• FBI Opened Probe on Trump; U.S. Government Shutdown Longest in Nation's History; Yellow Vest Protests; Jayme Closs Found Alive; Prospect of No Deal Sets Britain on Edge. Aired 3-3:30a ET
• FBI Opened Probe on Trump; U.S. Government Shutdown Longest in Nation's History; Building Fire Followed by Explosion in Paris; Jayme Closs Found Alive. Aired 4-5a ET
• President Working For Russia?; Government Shutdown; King Controversy; Gabbard Confirms Presidential Bid; Castro: I'm a Contender for the Presidency; The Government Shutdown's Impact on the Economy; Missing Teen Jayme Closs Found 87 Days after She Vanished, Suspect in Custody; Fashion from the White House Shapes the Country. Aired 5-6p ET
• FBI Opened Probe on Trump; U.S. Government Shutdown Longest in Nation's History; Building Fire Followed by Explosion in Paris; Jayme Closs Found Alive; Democrats Gear Up for 2020 Presidential Election; Woman in Coma Gives Birth after Rape; Corruption Probe Focuses on Japanese Olympic Chief. Aired 5-6a ET


January 11, 2019
• Shutdown Standoff; Countdown to Brexit; Myanmar's Court Rejects Journalist's Appeal; Mike Pompeo's Reassurance Tour; The State of Syrian Kurds as U.S. Plans Withdrawal; Former Nissan Executive Carlos Ghosn Indicted Again; Trump Probably Declare National Emergency To Build Wall if Democrats Refuse; Myanmar Court Rejects Journalist's Appeal; Tennis Star Andy Murray To Retire This Year; Yellow Vests Protest; People Living On U.S.-Canada Border Says It's Secure; Special Counsel Interviewed Trump Pollster Tony Fabrizio; A Familiar Parting Shot. Aired 3-4a ET
• Federal Workers without Paychecks Today; Drugs Coming into the U.S.; Uncertainty over Ginsburg; Aired 9:30-10a ET
• Trump Threatens To Declare National Emergency To Fund Border Wall While Government Shutdown Drags On; U.S. Federal Employees Rally To Pressure Lawmakers; Michael Cohen To Testify Before Congress; Special Counsel Interviewed Trump Pollster Tony Fabrizio; Tennis Great Andy Murray To Retire This Year; Opposition Calls For Election If PM's Deal Rejected; Pompeo Outlines U.S. Foreign Policy in Middle East; The State of Syrian Kurds as U.S. Plans Withdrawal; Jailed Journalists Appealing Seven-Year Sentence; National Enquirer's Bezos Story and Trump Links; When Trump Parts Ways, It's "Bye-Bye". Aired 1-2a ET
• U.S. Shutdown: Trump Renews National Emergency Threat over Wall; Maduro Sworn In As Country Deals With Economic Crisis; "Yellow Vest" Protesters Want Movement To Become Permanent; Andy Murray Plans To Retire This Year; President Trump Threatening to Declare a National Emergency; Secretary of State Mike Pompeo's Visit to Cairo; Third Day of Debate Over Theresa May's Brexit Plan; An Emotional Announcement from a Tennis Legend; Carlos Ghosn Indicted for Two New Charges of Financial Misconduct. Aired 2-3a ET
• Michael Cohen to Testify Publicly Before Congress on February 7th; White House Working to Keep Mueller's Report from Going Public; Trump Closer to Declaring Emergency to Pay for His Wall. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• Shutdown Stalls Bill Addressing Violence Against Native American Women; Interview With Former North Dakota Senator Heidi Heitkamp; Republican Party Embroiled in Racial Controversy; Some Republicans Urging Trump to Declare National Emergency to Build Border Wall. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• Rep. Katie Hill Comments on Impeachment; Michael Cohen to Testify Publicly at House Oversight Committee Hearing; Mueller Examining Trump's Public Statements; Latest Racist Remarks from Steve King; Jayme Closs Found Alive. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• Tonight, The Government Shutdown Becomes Longest in United States History; Many Senators Go Home As 800,000 Federal Workers Missed Paychecks; Trump May Divert Disaster Relief Funds to Build the Wall; Senator Scott Says Steve King's Racism Damages The GOP; Missing Wisconsin Teen Found Alive, Turns Up Like A Ghost. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• Kidnapped Teen Found Alive Three Months After Parents Killed; Trump Is Not Declaring A National Emergency Right Now; "American Style" Premieres Sunday at 9 PM; Governor of Florida To Suspend Broward County Sheriff. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• Missing Teen Found Alive, Turns Up "Like a Ghost"; 911 Call Released of Woman in Vegetative State Giving Birth; Lindsey Graham after Trump Meeting: Declare Emergency Now; Where Do Walls Work to Manage Illegal Immigration; Trump May Divert Disaster Relief Funds to Build Wall. Aired 2:30-3p ET
• Miami Airport to Close One Terminal Over TSA Absences; Trump Closer to Declaring Emergency to Pay for His Wall; Federal Employee Affected by Shutdown Speaks Out; Missing Teen Found Alive Three Months After Parents' Murder; Interview with Representative Katie Hill. Aired 10-10:30a ET
• Trump Threatens, Shutdown Drags On; Michael Cohen to Testify Publicly before Congress; Journalists Jailed in Myanmar Appealing Sentence; Trump: "Probably" Declare National Emergency To Build Border Wall If Democrats Refuse; Top U.S. Diplomat: "No Contradiction" on Syria Policy; May Talks Brexit With Japanese Prime Minister. Aired 12- 1a ET


January 10, 2019
• Government Shutdown Continues; Congo With a New President; Another Defeat for Theresa May's Brexit; Mike Pompeo Meets Middle East Allies. Trump Storms Out Of Shutdown Meeting With Democrats; Runner-up In Congo's Presidential Election Rejects Results; U.K. Prime Minister May Suffers Brexit Setbacks In Parliament; Kim And Xi Talk Denuclearization, U.S. Summit; Shutdown Standoff; Rod, Heading For The Exit; Trump Versus The Dems, Reviewing The Speeches. Aired 3-4a ET
• Khashoggi's Body Still Missing; Pompeo's Mideast Speech; Government Shutdown Enters Day 20; Trump Touts Wall in Texas; Trump Talks Before Leaving for Texas. Aired 9:30-10a
• House Democrats Demand Answers on Lifting Russia Sanctions; Treasury Secretary Mnuchin Briefs House Democrats on Sanctions Relief for Russian Companies Tied to Oligarch; A Source Tells CNN Manafort Wanted 2 Ukrainian Oligarchs to Get Polling Data; Government Shutdown Enters Day 20 with No End in Sight; Dow to Open Lower, Investors Wait for U.S.-China Trade Talk Info; Pompeo Delivers Major Middle East Policy Speech as Questions Swirl Around Syria Withdrawal, Iran Stance, Khashoggi Death. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• Former Trump Fixer Michael Cohen Set to Testify Before Congress; Trump Visits Border on Day 20 of Shutdown Over Wall. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• Trump Storms out of Meeting with Democratic Leaders; U.K. Prime Minister May Suffers Brexit Setbacks in Parliament; Tshisekedi Elected Leader of DRC; Manafort Shared Polling Data with Russian Contact. Aired 2-3a ET
• Trump Storms Out Of Meeting With Democrat Leaders. Tshisekedi Elected Leader OF Democratic Republic Of Congo; U.K. Food Industry Prepares For Hard Brexit; Reports: Kim And Xi Talk Denuclearization, U.S. Summit; Pompeo Seeks To Reassure Iraqis On Syria Pullout; Maduro Begins Second Term amid Economic Collapse; U.N. Deeply Concerned over Fighting in Myanmar; Australian Officials, U.N. Gives Saudi Teen Refugee Status; Baby Born to "Incapacitated" Woman; Central Europe Blanketed with Heavy Snow; Dry January Gaining Popularity Around the World. Aired 1-2a ET
• Trump Storms out of Meeting with Democratic Leaders; U.K. Prime Minister May Suffers Brexit Setbacks in Parliament; Tshisekedi Elected Leader of DRC; U.S. Government Employees Facing No Paychecks This Week; TSA Union Warns of Security Risks during Shutdown; Trump Storms Out of Shutdown Meeting With Democrats; Reports: Kim and Xi Talk Denuclearization, U.S. Summit; U.N. Concerned Over Fighting In Myanmar. Aired 12-1a ET
• Trump Says Obviously Mexico Isn't Going to Write A Check for The Wall; White House Is Preparing A Legal Justification for A National Emergency; A CNN Exclusive -- Mueller Interviewed A Trump Pollster; Trump Says He Will Declare A National Emergency If I Need To; Pelosi Says Trump Meeting Was Set Up So He Could Walk Out. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• Trump Visits Southern Border After Shutdown Talks Falls Apart; Interview with Senator John Kennedy; Aired 10-10:30a ET
• Trump's Ex-Attorney Cohen to Testify Publicly Before Congress; GOP's Graham Says, I Don't See a Pathway Forward on Shutdown Deal; Trump Speaks at U.S.-Mexico Border Amid Shutdown. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• Will Trump Announce Emergency Declaration as He Visits Border; Donald Trump Jr Comment Compares Immigrants to Zoo Animals; Coast Guard Criticized for Advice to Unpaid Employees; Protests, Rallies over Federal Employees Not Getting Paid; Mueller Team Questions Trump Pollster Tony Fabrizio; Fallout Continues from "Surviving R. Kelly" Series. Aired 2:30-3p ET
• Trump: "Would Almost Say Definitely" will Declare Emergency; Pompeo Delivers Mideast Speech 100 Days after Khashoggi Death. Aired 10:30-11a ET


January 09, 2019
• President Trump Not backing Down on His Wall; Kim Jong-un's Bromance with Xi Jinping; Lawyer's Accidental Mistake Shed Light; Chaotic Path Towards Brexit. Kim Wraps Beijing Visit Amid U.S.-China Trade Talks; Suspicious Packages Sent To Diplomatic Posts In Australia; Trump Blames Democrats For Shutdown, Crisis At Border; Trump Claims Illegal Drugs Flow Over Border; Trump's Presidential Address; British Academy Of Film And Television Arts Nominations; Trump's Very Loyal Second In Command. Aired 3-4a ET
• Crucial Meetings on The Hill; Trump on Speech and Border Visit; TSA Warns of Security Impact; Pompeo Visits Iraq; Woman in Coma Gives Birth. Aired 9:30-10a ET
• Rod Rosenstein to Leave Justice Department After William Barr's Confirmation; Unredacted Paul Manafort Filings Hint at Collusion. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• Today: Trump Heads to Capitol Hill to Meet with Senate GOP; Kim Jong-un Departs Beijing after Surprise Visit, Meetings; FDA Employees Think Shutdown could be Deadly; Critical Meetings Today as Shutdown Enters Day 19. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• Trump Prime Time Oval Office Address; Manafort Fed Info to Alleged Russian Operative; Carbon Emissions in the U.S. Rose Sharply in 2018; Critics Say VP Pence Lied for His Boss. Aired 1-2a ET
• Interview With Virginia Senator Mark Warner; Rod Rosenstein's Exit Plan; Republican Support Fading Over Shutdown?. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• Parliament to Vote on May's Brexit Deal Tuesday; Kim Visits Beijing Amid U.S.-China Trade Talks; Trump Blames Democrats For Shutdown, "Crisis" At Border. Aired 12-1a ET
• Scripted Trump Does Little to Convince Skeptics on Border Wall; Filing: Manafort Fed Info To Alleged Russian Operative; Russian Lawyer At Trump Tower Meeting Charged With Obstruction Of Justice In Separate Case; Trump's Other Pledge: To Save A Dying Industry. Aired 2-3a ET
• New Manafort Revelations Hint at Collusion with Russians; White House Issues Veto Threat on Stand-Alone Bills to Reopen Government; Trump Walked Out When Pelosi Said No to Wall Funds; Trump Says Meeting with Dems a "Total Waste of Time". Aired 3:30-4p ET
• Rod Rosenstein to Leave Justice Department After William Barr's Confirmation; Unredacted Paul Manafort Filings Hint at Collusion; Trump Heads to Capitol Hill to Meet with Senate GOP Over Shutdown; Aired 10-10:30a ET
• Trump and Senate GOP Meet as Pressure Mounts; Source Says Rosenstein Who Oversees Mueller Probe to Leave Justice Department; Trump's Attorney General Pick Pledges Not to Interfere in Mueller Probe; New Manafort Revelations Hint at Collusion with Russian Spies. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• Trump: GOP "Totally Unified" in Supporting Shutdown; Trump to Meet with Congressional Leaders over Shutdown/Wall Fight; Lindsey Graham Talks Wall/Shutdown Negotiations; Putin and Erdogan to Meet in Russia Amid Syria Exit Confusion; New Manafort Revelations Hint at Collusion with Russians; Arrest Warrant Issued for R. Kelly's Former Manager. Aired 2:30-3p ET


January 08, 2019
• Kim Jong-un's Round Four Meeting with Xi Jinping; President Trump Must-Watch Decision; Furloughed Employees' Pockets in Pain Over Shutdown; Saudi Teen Barricated Herself; Shutdown Standoff, President Trump May Declare National Emergency For Wall; CNN Freedom Project; Texas Murder Arrest, Alleged Driver In Girl's Death Denied Bail; Tanker Fire Near Hong Kong; Auto Industry Icon In Court; Samsung Predicts Plunge In Profit; Blue Bottle Jellyfish Attack; Puppy Meets Snake. Aired 3-4a ET
• Countdown to Brexit; Kevin Spacey Pleads Not Guilty; Former Sex Child Trafficking Victim Granted Clemency. Aired 1-2a ET
• Trump to Deliver Televised Speech On Wall Tuesday; Kim Jong-un in China Amid Talk of Second U.S. Summit; U.K. Tests Traffic Plans For "No-Deal" Brexit. Aired 12-1a ET
• Senate Democrats Considering Blocking All Bills that Don't Reopen Government; Trump to Appeal for Border Wall in Prime-Time Address Tonight; Government Shutdown Enters Day 18 with No End in Sight; Elizabeth Warren Makes 2020 Campaign Debut in Iowa; Joe Biden to Announce 2020 Presidential Run Soon; Turkey's Erdogan Slams Bolton's Comments on Syria; Dow Set to Jump at Open, Up 8 Percent Since Christmas Eve. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• Interview With Rep. Donna Shalala; The Lead Up To The President's First Prime-Time Oval Office Address To The Nation. Aired 10-10:30a ET
• North Korean leader Kim Jong-un Spends Birthday in China for Summit with Xi Jinping; Saudi Teen Leaves Bangkok Hotel Under U.N. Protection; Former Child Sex Trafficking Victim Granted Clemency; Pink Floyd Cover Band Asked To Not Play Israel; Countdown to Brexit; Former Nissan CEO Hears the Charges against Him; Bolton Set to Meet with Turkish Officials. Aired 2-3a ET
• More Problems For Manafort?; Trump Administration Using False Claims to Prop Up Border Wall?; Trump to Deliver Prime-Time Address. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• Trump Faces A Credibility Crisis in Primetime Address Tonight; Trump Has Not Made Final Decision on Declaring National Emergency; Kushner Is Telling Lawmakers Support Will Shift in Trump's Favor; Manafort Says in A New Filing, I Did Not Intentionally Mislead Mueller; Turkish President Rips Bolton's Mistake on Syria. Aired 2- 2:30p ET
• Supreme Court Reinstates Fine Against Mystery Company that Challenges Subpoena Related to Mueller Investigation; Trump Not Expected to Declare Emergency for Wall; Two Federal Correctional Officers Sue The Trump Administration; Colorado Swears in The Nation's First Openly Gay Governor; A Family Attorney Says Georgia Prosecutors Are Investigating R. Kelly. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• U.S. Scouting Locations for Second Trump-Kim Summit; One- Million-Plus Ex-Felons Regain Right to Vote; Russian Lawyer Natalia Veselnitskaya Has Been Charged by Prosecutors in New York with Obstruction of Justice in Separate Case. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• Turkey's President Slams Bolton's "Serious Mistake" on Syria; Federal Prison Employees Working Without Pay; Trump Faces Credibility Crisis in Primetime Address Tonight; Trump's Promises on Reenergizing Coal Industry Not Realized. Aired 2:30-3p ET
• Bolton Comments on Syria; Jong-un Meets with China President; Tax Refunds Will Go Out; Federal Workers Without Pay; Parts of Steele Dossier Proven True; Carbon Emissions Spiked in 2018. Aired 9:30-10a ET


January 07, 2019
• Trade Negotiations with China; Ginsburg Misses Session; Suspect in Houston Court; TSA Screeners Call Out Sick; Farmers Brace for Shutdown Impact. Aired 9:30-10a ET
• No Budget Compromise Reached In Latest Meetings; Trump Considers National Emergency For Wall Funding; Bolton Tries To Reassure U.S. Allies On Syria Exit; Saudi Teen Says She's Being Held In Thai Airport After Trying To Flee Her Abusive Family; Indian Women Who Defied Shrine Taboo Speak Out; President Defends Soviet Invasion of Afghanistan; U.S. Congresswoman Wants to Challenge the Establishment; U.S. and China Try to Hammer Out a Trade Deal; U.K. PM Warns Parliament about Voting against Deal; The Best in TV and Movies Honored in Hollywood. Aired 1-2a ET
• Donald Trump is Not Backing Down; Poland is Mourning the Death of Five Girls; United States and China Will be Sitting Face-to-Face; Discussions Regarding Brexit; Two Defiant Indian Women; Rahaf Mohammed al-Qunun Barricaded Herself in Her Hotel Room; the Gabon Army Have Now Seized Power in the African Nation; Golden Globe Awards Results; The Best In T.V. And Movies Honored In Hollywood; Regina King Won For "If Beale Street Could Talk"; Cold Snap Brings Snow To Mountains Outside Of Athens. Aired 2-3a ET
• No End in Sight as Government Shutdown Enters Day 17; White House Falsely Claim Terrorists are Crossing Southern Border; No Deal in Sight as Government Shutdown Enters Day 17; John Bolton Contradicts Trump on Syria Withdrawal; U.S.-China Trade Talks Restart as Tensions Build; U.S. Farmers Brace for Shutdown Fallout; Markets to Open Flat After Recent Volatility. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• Kevin Spacey Arraigned; Should Wealthy Pay Higher Taxes?; Trump Threatens to Prolong Shutdown. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• No Compromise Still on Budget; National Emergency to be Considered by Trump; Impact of Shutdown on Federal Employees; Coup Attempt in Gabon; U.S. and China Negotiate; Brexit Battle Continues; Vigil Held for Teenage Girls Who Died in Poland; Likely a Tragic Case of Mistaken Identity; Surprises and Snubs at the Golden Globes. Aired 3-4a ET
• Cillizza on "the Greatest Trick Trump Ever Pulled; Hundreds of U.S. Forces May Be Sent to Syria to bring Troops Home; Pence Says Trump Still Considering "Emergency" Over Wall; Kevin Spacey Arraigned on Sexual Assault Charges. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• Trump to Address Nation Tomorrow and Visit Border Thursday; Trump Escalates Crisis with Threat to Declare National Emergency; Bolton Contradicts Trump on America's Exit from Syria. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• No End in Sight as Government Shutdown Enters Day 17; Furloughed Employee Faces 5th Year Shutdown of 19-Year Career; Democratic Representative Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez Speaks About Her Rise to Capitol Hill; Aired 10-10:30a ET
• U.S. National Security Adviser: Troop Withdrawal From Syria Hinges On Safety Of Kurdish Allies; U.S. And China Try To Hammer Out A Trade Deal; U.K. Prime Minister Warns Parliament About Voting Against Brexit Deal. Aired 12-1a ET
• Dem Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez Outlines Policies; Biden Says He'll Decide 2020 Plans "Soon"; Arraignment Begins for Kevin Spacey. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• Biden to Decide on Run Soon as Warren Hits Iowa; FOX News Host Fact-Checks Sarah Sanders in Real Time; Trump Will Address Nation Tomorrow Night on Shutdown; Tenn. Governor Commutes Sentence of Cyntoia Brown. Aired 2:30-3p ET


January 06, 2019
• Trump May Invoke Emergency Powers to End Shutdown; House Dems Will Try to Reopen IRS This Week; Yellow Vest Protesters Out Eighth Week in a Row; Detained U.S. Citizen Accused of Espionage in Russia; Police Make Arrest in Texas Girl's Murder; Witness Says El Chapo Spent $1 Million a Month on Bribes; Polish City Mourns Five Teenage Girls Killed Friday; Golden Globes 2019. Aired 3-3:30a ET
• Trump May Invoke Emergency Powers to End Shutdown; Police Make Arrest in Texas Girl's Murder; Detained U.S. Citizen Accused of Espionage in Russia; Khashoggi Phone Thought to Be Infected with Malware; Witness Says El Chapo Spent $1 Million a Month on Bribes; Couples Want to Say I Do but Government Says You Can't; Elizabeth Warren Barnstorms across Iowa; Mother and Daughter Await Asylum Hearing in U.S.; Formerly Conjoined Twins Make Strides Two Years after Surgery. Aired 4-5a ET
• U.S. Government Now Shut Down For 16 Days; An Arrest Is Made After An Intense Week-Long Manhunt In The Shooting Death Of 7-Year-Old Jazmine Barnes; The Impact Of The Partial U.S. Government Shutdown Is Being Felt By Americans Coast To Coast; President Trump Breaking His Silence On Detained American Paul Whelan Nine Days After Russia Arrested Whelan On Espionage Charges; President Trump Pledge To Pull U.S. Troops Out Of Syria; Hollywood Is Rolling Out The Red Carpet Once Again For Award Season Starting With Tonight's 76th Annual Golden Globes. Aired 2-3p ET
• Suspect In Murder of 7-Year-Old Girl To Be Formally Charged; Police Hold News Conference On Arrest In Jazmine Barnes Killing; Trump May Declare National Emergency Soon To Build Wall; Elizabeth Warren Wrapping Up Swing Through Iowa; Trump Looking Into Paul Whelan Arrest. Aired 3-4p ET
• National Emergency for Wall Funding; Trump Now Comments on American Accused of Espionage in Russia; U.S. Pullout in Syria to Protect Kurds; Possible Second Summit with North Korea; Farmer Affected by Trade Wars and Shutdown; A Divided House on Impeachment; Suspect in Custody in Murder of a Texas Girl; CNN Original Movie Three Identical Strangers; High Alert in Flu Season. Aired 5-6p ET
• Bolton Puts Conditions On Trump's Syria Withdrawal Plan; Ocasio-Cortez Slams Critics In New Interview; Farmers Left Guessing As Shutdown Delays Crop Reports; Kevin Spacey To Plead "Not Guilty" In Nantucket Court Monday; Joe Biden in the Final Stages of 2020 Decision; Trump Threatens Declaring National Emergency for Border Wall; President Trump Said U.S. Looking into Paul Whelan Case; Aired 8-9p ET
• Trump Continues Flattery For Dictator Kim Jong Un; First It Was The Trade War, Now The U.S. Government Shutdown Is Creating New Problems For Farmers Across America's Heartland; Police Officers And Bystanders Flipped Over A Burning Car On The Freeway In Order To Help Save A Trapped Driver; Trump Suggests Declaring National Emergency for Border Wall; Man Charged with Murder of 7-year-old Jazmine Barnes; Trump Confirms Negotiations for Second Summit with North Korea; Aired 4-5p ET
• President Trump In His Strategic Chess Game With Democrats And Congress Today Threatened To Flip Over The Board; President Trump Is Making His First Comment About Paul Whelan; Navy SEAL Pleads Not Guilty to Premeditated Murder Charges; NYT Investigates Rash of Child Cancers in One Indiana County; Pelosi Repeats History, Recaptures Speaker's Gavel. Aired 6-7p ET
• Suspect In The Drive-By Killing Of 7-Year-Old Jasmine Barnes Has Been Arrested; President Trump Says He May Soon Declare A National Emergency; President Trump Threatened On Friday To Keep The Government Shut Down For Months Or Even Years; U.S. National Security Adviser John Bolton Is In The Region To Reassure Allies After President Trump Announced The Abrupt Plan To Pull Troops Out Of Syria; President Not Want To Hide His High View Of Himself; Pence, Trump Hold Separate Border Wall Funding Meetings; Trump Says Unpaid Workers are Fans of Shutdown; White House Falsely Claims Terrorists are Crossing Southern Border; Farmers' Aid, Loans on Hold Amid Shutdown; Trump Shifts on How Wall Will Be Paid For, What It Will Be Made Of. Aired 7-8p ET
• Trump May Invoke Emergency Powers to End Shutdown; Police Make Arrest in Texas Girl's Murder; Khashoggi Phone Thought to Be Infected with Malware; Detained U.S. Citizen Accused of Espionage in Russia; Witness Says El Chapo Spent $1 Million a Month on Bribes; How the U.S. Government Shut Down over a Wall; Elizabeth Warren Barnstorms across Iowa; Polish City Mourns Five Teenage Girls Killed Friday; Golden Globes 2019. Aired 5-6a ET


January 05, 2019
• Government Shutdown Continues over Border Wall Funding; Vice President Mike Pence and Homeland Security Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen Meet with Congressional Staffers to Negotiate Reopening Government; President Trump Comments on Unpaid Government Workers being Democrats; Elizabeth Warren Goes on Presidential Campaign Tour in Iowa; TSA Employees Calling out Sick During Government Shutdown; New Technology Reduces Carbon Footprint of Cement Mixing; Police Searching for Shooter of Seven-Year-Old Girl in Houston, Texas. Aired 10-11a ET
• Trump Warns U.S. Government Shutdown May Go on a Year, Hundreds Working without Pay; American Detainee in Russia Has No Connections to Intel Operations; U.S. Scouts Sites for Second Trump-Kim Summit; Elizabeth Warren Tests Political Waters in Iowa; Texas Family Recalls Shooting that Killed 7-Year Old; Kidnapping Suspect Chases Woman into Karate Studio. Aired 3-3:30a ET
• Government Shutdown Continues over Border Wall Funding; Vice President Mike Pence and Homeland Security Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen Meet with Congressional Staffers to Negotiate Reopening Government; TSA Employees Calling out Sick During Government Shutdown; Nancy Pelosi's Early Family Life Profiled; Analysts Examine Current State of U.S. Economy; Police Searching for Shooter of Seven-Year-Old Girl in Houston, Texas; Conjoined Twins Successfully Separated by Surgery. Aired 2-3p ET
• Pence Meets with House, Senate Staff as Shutdown Enters Week 3; Trump Says Could Call National Emergency, Build Wall Quickly; Government Shutdown Has Far-Reaching Impact; House-Passed Stop-Gap Spending Bill Expected to Die in Senate; Furloughed Government Workers Feeling Pain of Government Shutdown; David Arron Miller: Critics' Concerns on Withdraw from Syria Overblown; Russia: Too Early to Discuss "Prisoner Swap" for American; Community Mourns 7-Year-Old Shot in Houston; Federal Employees Union Sues Trump Administration over Forced to Work without Pay During Shutdown. Aired 1-2p ET
• Pence Meeting with House, Senate Staff as Shutdown Enters Week 3; Shutdown Impact; Interview with Rep. Carolyn Maloney; Russians: Now Isn't the Time to Discuss Prisoner Swap; Special Ops Chief Pleads Not Guilty to Premeditated Murder; Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez Hits Back at GOP Critics. Aired 11a-12p ET
• Pence Meets with House, Senate Staff as Shutdown Enters Week 3; Trump Says Federal Employees Not Getting Paid Are Cheering Him On; Trump: Unpaid Federal Employees Will be Safe with Wall, Agree with What I'm Doing; Trump Opened Shutdown Meeting with Profane Tirade; Dem Committee Chairs, Pelosi Get Tough on Trump; Trump Makes 3 Claims on Funding Wall; Trump Slams Dem. Congresswoman over Profane Impeachment Comment; Warren Criticized on Likeability, Comparison to Hillary Clinton; Al Gore, Mitt Romney Said to Have Likeability Problems; Bernie Sanders Apologizes After Criticized for Sexual Harassment by Campaign Staffers; Paul Whelan Arrested as a Spy in Russia Had No Ties to Intelligence Community; Community Mourns 7-Year-Old Shot in Houston. Aired 3-4p ET
• Vice President Mike Pence Took A Swing And Hosted Group Of Congressional Staffers And Aides; President Donald Trump Is No Longer Willing To Sign The Short-Term Funding Bill And Keep The Government Open; Shooting at California Bowling Alley Leaves 3 Dead, 4 Injured; Ellen DeGeneres Backs Up Kevin Hart; Netflix Pulls Comedy Episode after Saudi Arabia Enraged; Trump Once Loved Generals, Now He Feuds with Them; Pence Meets with House, Senate Staff as Shutdown Enters Week 3. Aired 4-5p ET
• Trump Warns U.S. Government Shutdown May Go on a Year, Hundreds Working without Pay; Mueller Grand Jury Extended up to Six Months; American Detainee in Russia Has No Connections to Intel Operations; U.S. Scouts Sites for Second Trump-Kim Summit; Elizabeth Warren Tests Political Waters in Iowa; Texas Family Recalls Shooting that Killed 7- Year Old; Kidnapping Suspect Chases Woman into Karate Studio. Aired 4- 5a ET
• Trump Warns U.S. Government Shutdown May Go on a Year, Hundreds Working without Pay; Mueller Grand Jury Extended up to Six Months; Navy SEAL Pleads Not Guilty to Murder Charges; American Detainee in Russia Has No Connections to Intel Operations; Elizabeth Warren Tests Political Waters in Iowa; Ongoing Effort by Lawmaker's Critics to Diminish Her; U.K. Dispatches Patrol Ships to English Channel; Trump is the Expert on Everything, According to Trump. Aired 5-6a ET
• Vice President Mike Pence Led Discussions On How To Get The Government Fully Restarted Again; Panic At A Bowling Alley In Southern California; New Generation Of Democratic Women Who Are Really Staking Their Claim To The Spotlight; Trump Faces More Capitol Hill Inquiries As Dems Take Over House; Russia: Not The Time To Discuss Paul Whelan "Prisoner Swap"; Friends, Family Say Final Goodbyes To Ronil Singh; Formerly Conjoined Twins Make Strides Two Years After Surgery. Aired 8-9p ET
• Pence, Congressional Staffers Take Baby Steps Toward Ending 14- Day Partial Govt Shutdown; Pence, Congressional Staffers Meet as Shutdown Enters Week 3; Mulvaney: Shutdown Meeting 'Did Not Make Much Progress'; Pelosi: House Will Start Passing Individual Bills Next Week Aimed at Re-Opening Parts of Government; Trump Warns Shutdown Could Last "Months Or Even Years;" CNN: Hundreds of TSA Officers Call Out Sick During Shutdown; Union Leaders Predict Number of TSA Callouts Will Increase; TSA: Agency is "Closely Monitoring" Mass Callouts By Employees; Trump: Safety Net For Unpaid Workers is "Strong Border;" Dow Surges on Surprisingly Strong Jobs Report; Iowa Voter to Warren: Why Release Your DNA Results?; Apple Slashes December Quarter Sales; Earnings Outlook, Hiring Skyrockets in December; U.S. adds 312,000 Jobs; Warren Kicks Off Potential WH Bid With First Trip to Iowa; Warren to Iowa Voters: "I am Not a Person of Color;" Warren: I Can't Stop Trump From Hurling Racial Insults; Warren Visits Iowa Amid Comparisons to Hillary Clinton; Sanders Apologizes For Alleged Campaign Harassment; Federal Judge Extends Term of Mueller's Grand Jury; Federal Judge Extends Grand Jury For 6 Months; Trump Threatens to Declare a National Emergency to Fund the Wall. Aired 7-8p ET
• U.S. Shutdown And Border Security; Senator Warren In Iowa; Russia-U.S. Prisoner Swap; Elizabeth Warren Speech; Kim Jong-Un Playing Cat And Mouse; Kim Jong-Un's Cat & Mouse Game with Trump; Shooting at California Bowling Alley Leaves 3 Dead, 4 Injured; Unpaid Employees Struggle During Shutdown; Trump: Unpaid Federal Workers Should Negotiate Bills, Rent; Witness Says El Chapo Spent $1 Million a Month of Bribes. Aired 5-6p ET
• Fourteen Days, 12 Hours And Counting for Shutdown; The Number Of TSA Workers Calling Out Sick Has Soared During This Shutdown; Senator Elizabeth Warren Is In The Pivotal State Of Iowa Becoming The First Top Tier Candidate To Visit That State; Three Dead, Several Others Injured After Bowling Alley Shooting; Freshman Democrat Defends Colleague's Profane Impeachment Statement; Trump: Gov't Won't Reopen Until Border Standoff is Solved. Aired 12-1p ET


January 04, 2019
• Thailand Braces for Tropical Storm Pabuk; North Korea's Top Diplomat in Italy May Have Defected; Pope Says Church has Credibility Problem; Nancy Pelosi Reclaims Gavel as House Speaker; Trump's Allies Dismiss Witch Stories about President. Aired 1-2a ET
• New U.S. House Passes Bills To Reopen Government; Tropical Storm Pabuk Makes Landfall In Thailand; 116th Congress Most Diverse In U.S. History; 13 Canadians Arrested In China Since December 1st; Turkey Pushes For Jamal Khashoggi Trial To Be Held There; Sex Abuse Crisis; Hocus Pocus Over POTUS; Democrats Rejoice in the House; No Budget Included in a House Bill; Top North Korean Diplomat Missing in Italy; U.S. Citizen Charged with Espionage; Dow with Another Nose Dive. Aired 3-4a ET
• Dow Jumps on Jobs Report; Migrants Seek Asylum; Federal Employees Furloughed by Shutdown; Sites for Second Trump-Kim Summit. Aired 9:30-10a ET
• Interview with Rep. Eric Swalwell; Government Shutdown Enters Day 14 with No End in Sight; Police Hope New Sketch will Lead to Arrest in Young Girl's Death; 116th Congress is Younger, More Diverse, More Female; Kevin Hart Reevaluating Decision to Step Down as Host. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• Apple's Revenue Sends Warning Signals; the DOW Plummeted Over 600 Points Midweek; Mike Pence's Warning to Democrats; Former Marine Arrested for Espionage in Russia; Jo Song Gil Missing in Italy; Thailand is Now Getting Ready for a Tropical Storm; American Charged With Espionage in Russia Has an Unlikely Background for a Spy; Mother And Daughter Await Asylum Hearing In U.S.; China: Two Canadians Detained "No Doubt" Broke Law; Trial Begins In Saudi Arabia For Jamal Khashoggi Killing. Aired 2-3a ET
• Fed Chair Would Refuse to Resign; President Trump Threatens to Keep Government Shut Down For Year or More; Interview With Pennsylvania Congresswoman Chrissy Houlahan. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• Trump Says You Can't Impeach Someone Who is Doing A Great Job; Trump Says I Did Say Shutdown Could Last for Months or Years; Washington DC District Court Extends Mueller Grand Jury's Term Six More Months; Federal Employees Are Suffering from Government Shutdown; Dow Searches on Surprisingly Strong Jobs Report. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• Trump Remarks Regarding Shutdown. Aired 2:30-3p ET
• President Trump and GOP Leadership Remarks on Government Shutdown. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• Trump, Democrats to Meet Again on Shutdown; Some GOP Senators Break with Trump on Shutdown Strategy; U.S. Economy Adds 312,000 Jobs in December; Trump, Congressional Leaders to Meet in Situation Room; U.S. National Debt Reaches a New High Under Trump; New Congress Brings More Democrats, Diversity and Women; Dow Set to Jump on Jobs Report and News of U.S.-China Trade Talks. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• Trump, Democrats to Meet Again on Shutdown; Some GOP Senators Break with Trump on Shutdown Strategy; Russian Media Claims American Paul Whelan Had Flash Drive Containing Classified Information; White House Considers Democrat Jim Webb for Defense Secretary; Interview with Representative Eric Swalwell. Aired 10-10:30a ET
• Apple's Sales Warning Sparks Stock Selloff; Pelosi: We're Not Doing a Wall; Political Tide May Be Turning for Gun Control; Russia: Arrested American Had Classified Info; Canadians Detained in China Since December 1st; New U.S. House Passes Bills to Reopen Government; Russian Report: Arrested American Had Classified Info; North Korea's Top Diplomat in Italy May Have Defected. Aired 12-1a ET


January 03, 2019
• No Deal Yet on Border Wall Funding; Apple Sales Drops; Uncertainty in Brexit; Another Accomplishment for China. Aired 3-4a ET
• Government Shutdown Effect; Federal Worker Discusses Furlough Impact; Trump Claims he Fired Mattis; Harris Asks for Certification; China Lands on Moon. Aired 9:30-10a ET
• Elizabeth Warren Backs Decision to Pull Troops Out of Syria; Apple Blames Trade War for Slowdown; Democrats Take Control of House of Representatives. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• Apple Warns iPhone Sales Take Hit From China Slowdown; Democrats Taking Over House As Trump Digs In; Schumer: Republicans "Feeling The Heat" Over Shutdown; Chinese T.V.: Successful Landing On Far Side Of The Moon; U.S. Ambassador Visits American Arrested for Spying; Countdown to Brexit; Macron Starts 2019 with a Political Crisis; Romney versus Trump versus Romney; U.S. Sailor not Apologizing for Kissing Husband. Aired 1-2a ET
• Pelosi Elected Speaker, Swears in House Colleagues. Aired 2:30- 3p ET
• Feinstein Says She Would Back Biden if He Runs; Kim Jong-un Letters to Trump "Predictable Effusive"; Rep. Nancy Pelosi Elected House Speaker; 116th Congress Becomes Most Diverse in U.S. History; On First Day, Liberals Protest Nancy Pelosi's Rules. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• Trump Faces New Reality as Democrats Take Control of House; Government Shutdown Enters Day 13th With No Deal in Sight; Democrats Take Control of House as New Congress is Sworn In; Nancy Pelosi: Democrats will Give "Nothing for the Wall"; Government Shutdown Enters Day 13 with No Deal in Sight; New Congress Brings More Democrats, Diversity and Women; More National Parks, Landmarks and Attractions Close Amid Impasse; Apple Warning Shakes Markets Ahead of Open. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• Democrats Taking over House as Trump Digs In over Demand for Border Wall; Apple Warns iPhone Sales Hit by China Slowdown; U.S. Ambassador Visits American in Russia Arrested for Spying; Chinese T.V.: Rover Landed on Far Side of the Moon; Trump: Government Will Be Shut Down As Long As It Takes; Trump: No Specific Timetable For Syria Withdrawal. Aired 12-1a ET
• Nancy Pelosi Elected House Speaker. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• Source: Trump Tells Schumer He Can't Accept Dems' Offer Because He'd 'Look Foolish'; Two Indian Women Become First To Enter Revered Temple; Report's German Leftwing Movement To Protest, Inspired By Yellow Vest Movement In France; Trump's White House Reality Show Goes Viral. Aired 2-3a ET
• Trump Faces New Reality as Democrats Take Control of House; Government Shutdown Enters Day 13th With No Deal in Sight; Interview with Congresswoman-Elect Jennifer Wexton; Interview with Kevin Hassett; Aired 10-10:30a ET
• U.S. Ambassador Visits American Detained in Russia; Pelosi Poised to Reclaim House Speakership; Supreme Court May Act Soon in Mueller-Related Mystery Case. Aired 10:30-11a ET


January 02, 2019
• First Trading Day of 2019; New Details on Whelan's Background; An Update on Once-Conjoined Twins; Border Patrol Uses Tear Gas. Aired 9:30-10a ET
• French And British Coast Guards Seek To Rescue Migrants From Cold Water; Day 12 Of The Partial Shutdown Of The U.S. Government And One day Before Democrats Take Over The House of Representatives; North Korea Has Been Continuing To Produce Nuclear Fuel. Aired 3-4a ET
• U.S. Government Shutdown Enters Day 12 with No Deal in Sight; Trump Invites Congressional Leaders to the Situation Room; White House States House Democrats Plan to Reopen Government a "Non-Starter"; Dow to Plunge on First Day of Trading in 2019. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• President Trump is Firing Back After Mitt Romney Writes A Scathing Op-Ed; Day 12 Of The Government Shutdown And The President Is Just Hours Away From Two Key Meetings. Aired 10-10:30a ET
• Zoo Tragedies; Romney Blasts Trump. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• 911 Calls Released in Death of Intern by Lion; Netflix Pulls Comedian's Episode at Request of Saudi Arabia; with No Deal Insight, Trump and Democratic Leaders Meet at White House; New York's Cuomo Says Biden Has Best Case Among Democrats for The Presidential Nomination. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• Trump Stands by His $5 Billion Wall Ahead of Meeting with Democrats; Trump Holds Cabinet Meeting on Day 12 Of Shut Down; Trump Says He Wishes Romney Was More of a Team Player; Trump Says He Essentially Fired Ex Defense Chief James Mattis; Trump Defends Decision to Pull Troops from Syria. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• Sen. Warren to Make First Trip to Iowa this Weekend; Trump Invites Congressional Leaders to the Situation Room; Acting Defense Secretary Warns of Threat to U.S.; The Power of "Time's Up:" One Year Later. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• Jair Bolsonaro Sworn In As Brazil's President; Senior U.S. Lawmakers Invited To White House; Migrants Attempt Dangerous Trip Across The Channel; Police: Racist Motive Suspected In New Year's Attack; Terrorism Probe Underway After Manchester Stabbings; Xi Calls On China & Taiwan To Unify; Discovery On The Edge Of Solar System; Whelan Family Rejects Russian Claims of Espionage; Women Form Human Chain in India for Equality; Landslides Kill at least 15 People in Indonesia; Netflix Pulls Episode Critical of Saudi Arabia; Infant Found Alive in Collapsed Russian Building. Aired 1-2a ET
• Trump at Cabinet Meeting: I Wish Romney Were "More of a Team Player;" Trump Stands by $5 Billion Demand Ahead of Meeting with Democrats; Trump at War with Generals in His Administration. Aired 2:30-3p ET
• Dems Remain at Odds with Trump over Border Wall; Brazil Shifts to the Right with Jair Bolsonaro; Whelan Family Rejects Claims of Espionage; Migrants Attempt Dangerous Trip across the Channel; Whelan Family Rejects Russian Claims of Espionage; U.K. Foreign Secretary to Speak on Brexit in Singapore; May's Brexit Challenge Carries on Into 2019. Aired 12m-1a ET
• Dems Remain at Odds with Trump over Border Wall; Brazil Shifts to the Right with Jair Bolsonaro; Migrants Attempt Dangerous Trip across the Channel; Whelan Family Rejects Claims of Espionagel; Brazil's New President Has Been Sworn In To Office; Chinese President Called On Taiwan To Rejfect Independence And Embrace Reunification With China; Theresa May Beginning The Year Facing A Near Mission Impossible To Deliver On That Vote To Leave The European Union. Aired 2-3a ET


January 01, 2019
• Military Leaving Syria; Wall Street Braces for Turmoil; Trump Claims Progress with China; Reclaiming Meaning of January 1st; Passage of First Step Act. Aired 9:30-10:00a
• North Korean Leader Warns of "New Path" if U.S. Insists on Sanctions; Trump Signals Slower Withdrawal from Syria; Sudan Suppressing Protest Coverage; Dozens Ring in New Year as Newlyweds; Larry the Cat Unimpressed by Brexit Dilemma. Aired 3-3:30a ET
• New Details on American Arrested in Russia on Spying Charges; Trump Urges "Haters" to "Calm Down and Enjoy the Ride"; Interview with Congresswoman Debbie Dingell of Michigan. Aired 10-10:30a ET
• 7-Year-Old Girl Killed in Shooting; Government Shutdown Continues; Russia Arrests American on Spying Allegations. Aired 3- 3:30p ET
• New Test Strip Helps Prevent Fentanyl Overdoses; New Laws for 2019 Take Effect; Federal Employees Sue over being Forced to Work without Pay; Kim Jong-un Warns "New Path" Inevitable if U.S. Keeps Sanctions. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• American Detained In Russia, Accused Of Being A Spy; President Donald Trump Spent New Year's In The White House; President Trump Is Giving The Pentagon About Four Months To Pull Out Troops In Syria; Aired 9-9:30p ET
• American Detained In Russia, Accused Of Being A Spy; President Donald Trump Invited Congressional Leaders To A Meeting Tomorrow; Man Randomly Killed A Seven-Year-Old Little Girl In Texas. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• Kim Jong-Un Slams Sanctions, Sends New Warning to U.S; NYT: Trump Gives Pentagon Four Months To Withdraw U.S. Troops From Syria; Texas Police Ask For Public Help In Seven-Year-Old Girl's Shooting; 2019 Ushers In Slew Of New State Laws; Conjoined Twins Separated In 2016 Making Great Strides. Aired 2:30-3p ET
• Cities Around The World Ring In 2019; Kim Warns Of New Path If U.S. Insist On Sanctions; Donald Trump Sends New Year's Message; American Arrested In Russia On Suspicion Of Spying; U.K. P.M. Calls On Parliament To Back Her Brexit Deal; French President Macron's Rollercoaster 2018. Aired 1-1:30a ET
• 7 Year Old Jasmine Barnes Killed by White Gunman in Houston; The President Trump has Given the Pentagon About Four Months to Withdraw The Nearly 2000 US Troops From Syria; In his Televised New Year Address, Kim Jong-Un Said he is Ready to Meet With President Trump Again; In December, Dow Fell Nearly 9%, its Worst Since 1931; The Democrats Will Take Control of House of Representatives in Just Two Days From Now. Aired 3:30-4p ET


December 31, 2018
• Russia Detains U.S. Citizen; Graham on Syria Withdrawal; Dow Jumps on Optimism; Video of Migrant Children Abuse. Aired 9:30-10a ET
• New Years In Time Square Will Be A Wet One; NYPD Preparing For A Large Busy Evening and Night; Senator Elizabeth Warren Contemplating A 2020 Election Run. Aired 10-10:30a ET
• Trump Unwilling To Compromise On His Demand For Billions For Border Wall; Democrats Showing No Signs Of Budging For The Border Wall; Aired 9-9:30a ET
• Graham: Trump to Slow Troop Withdrawal from Syria; Kelly: Sessions' Announcement about Zero Tolerance Policy at U.S. Border Caught White House by Surprise; Bangladesh Prime Minister's Party Easily Wins Disputed Election; Kim Jong-un Takes World Stage in 2018; 2018 on Pace to Be Fourth Hottest Year on Record.. Aired 12-1a ET
• Sen. Graham Pitches Border Security Plan to Trump; Bangladesh Election; German Chancellor Calls for Unity in New Year's Speech; Brazil's Bolsonaro to be Sworn in on New Year's Day. Aired 3-3:30a ET
• Kelly: Sessions Announcement About Zero Tolerance Policy At U.S. Border Caught White House By Surprise; Graham: Trump Agreed To Slow Withdrawal From Syria. Aired 1-1:30a ET
• Preparations For New Year's Eve; Day 10 Of The Government Shutdown And President Trump Is Not Budging On His Border Wall. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• Government Shutdown Continues; Elizabeth Warren Launches Presidential Exploratory Committee: New Year's Celebrations Begin. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• Trump Willing to Negotiate for Border Security; Louis C.K. Receives Backlash for School Shooting Jokes; Recapping the Top Trending Stories of 2018. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• Lion Kills Intern at N.C. Zoological Park; Mattis Farewell as Graham Says Trump Re-evaluating Troop Withdrawal in Syria; Russia Detains U.S. Citizen Accused of Spying. Aired 2:30-3p ET
• Time Magazine: Manafort Pressured by Russians to Pay Back Debt while Serving as Trump Campaign Chair; Lion Kills Intern at North Carolina Wildlife Preserve; 8 in 2018: Top Political Stories. Aired 10:30-11a ET


December 30, 2018
• Congo Polls Open in Historic Transfer of Power; Bangladeshi Prime Minister Expected to Win Third Consecutive Term; Trump Cancels Pay Raise to Government Workers, Blames Dems for Shutdown; Meghan Markle under Fire in British Media. Aired 3-3:30a ET
• Trump Cancels Pay Raise to Government Workers, Blames Dems for Shutdown; Bangladeshi Prime Minister Expected to Win Third Consecutive Term; Congo Polls Open in Historic Transfer of Power; Russian Ex-Spy Pressured Manafort over Debts during 2016 Presidential Election; Top Political Stories in 2018; Nearly 15-Pound Baby Born to Texas Family. Aired 4-5a ET
• President Doanld Trump Standing Firm The He Wants More Than The $1.3 Billion Offered By Democratic Leaders; President Trump Facing New Pressure From Lawmakers Following His Decision To Pull Troops Out Of Syria; The Republican Led Senate Says It Will Investigate The Deaths Of Migrant Children In U.S. Custody; Dow Had The Worst Ever Christmas Eve; Pacific Gas And Electric Could Face Murder Or Manslaughter Charges For Its Role In California's Deadly Wildfires; Aired 2-3p ET
• Democrats Will Be Taking Control of the House; Pacific Gas and Electric Could Face Manslaughter; 2018 a Big Year for the Department of Justice; Colin O'Brady Back Home Safely; Republican Senator Lindsey Graham Saying Just Moments Ago On CNN That President Trump Is Open To A Potential Compromise With Democrats That Would Reopen The Government; Senator Graham Changing His Tune, Now Saying President Trump Made Him Feel Better About Pulling U.S. Troops From The Battlefield In Syria. Aired: 4-5p ET
• Giuliani Gives Mueller An Ultimatum, Put Or Shut Up; Another Pay Without Pay; L.A. Times, Hack Appears To Have Come From Outside U.S.; California Firestorm; Tabloids Take Aim At Meghan, Duchess Of Susse; Kellyanne Conway Defends Donald Trump over Government Shutdown; Arizona Shelter Staffers Accused of Child Abuse of Migrant Children; Time Magazine Reveals Paul Manafort Pressured by Russians to Pay Debt During Campaign; Aired 5-6 pm ET
• Trump Cancels Pay Raise to Government Workers, Blames Dems for Shutdown; Russian Ex-Spy Pressured Manafort over Debts during 2016 Presidential Election; Congo Polls Open in Historic Transfer of Power; Bangladeshi Prime Minister Expected to Win Third Consecutive Term; Brazil's Far Right President-Elect Lays Out Plans; U.S. border Crisis; Top Trending Stories in 2018. Aired 5-6a ET
• President Trump Appears To Be Set On Blaming Democrat To Standoff, Calling It The Hashtag Schumer Shut Down In A Tweet; Senator Lindsey Graham Is Meeting With President Trump; Kim Sent His Younger Sister With The Message To South Korean President Moon Jae-In; Aired 3-4p ET
• PG&E Faces Potential $15 Billion Already In Liability For The 2017 Wine Country Fires And Could Face Much, Much More For This Year; Special Counsel Robert Mueller, Perhaps The Most Interesting Man In The World And The One We Know Relatively Little About. Aired: 6-7p ET
• Some Insight Into President Trump's Frame Of Mind; "Time" Magazine Story Says About The President's Former Campaign Manager And An Ex-Russian Spy Who Says He Pressured Paul Manafort To Pay Back His Debts; Tomorrow Is The Last Day On The Job For Defense Secretary Jim Mattis. Aired: 7-8p ET


December 29, 2018
• Government Shutdown Continues over Border Wall Funding; Undocumented Immigrant Arrested for Killing Police Officer in California; Black Man Removed from Hotel for Calling Family Member; Investigation Continues into Possible Voter Fraud in North Carolina Congressional Election; Asylum-Seeking Immigrants Reportedly being Released Before Trial Date; Furloughed Government Workers Experiencing Difficulty Paying Bills; Top Eight Media Stories of 2018 Reviewed. Aired 10-11a ET
• Trump Ramps Up Threats over Wall Funding; Trump & Xi Discuss U.S./China Relations in Call; Many Federal Workers Worry about How to Pay Bills; DHS Secretary Visits Border Patrol Stations in Yuma; ICE Suddenly Releases Hundreds of Migrants in Texas City; Republicans Concerned about FBI Thoroughness & Impartiality; Mueller Probe Focusing on Trump Transition Team; Top Legal Cases of 2018; 6 Killed in Severe Storm System & More on the Way; Top Entertainment Stories of 2018. Aired 1-2p ET
• Government Shutdown Continues over Border Wall Funding; Furloughed Government Workers Experiencing Difficulty Paying Bills; President Trump Threatens to Shut Down U.S. Mexican Border Unless Congress Approves Funding for Border Wall; Undocumented Immigrant Arrested for Killing Police Officer in California; Black Man Removed from Hotel for Taking Phone Call in Lobby; Investigation Continues into Possible Voter Fraud in North Carolina Congressional Election; Russia Announces New Hypersonic Missile; Top Eight Business Stories of 2018 Reviewed. Aired 2-3p ET
• President Donald Trump Said That In No Uncertain Terms That Democrats Are To Blame When Migrant Children Die On The Southern Border; Hotel In Portland Called Police And Evicted A Black Guest For Talking On A Phone Call In A Hotel Lobby; Departing Senators Warn Our Politics Are Broken; Putin: "Invulnerable" Nuclear Missile Ready to Deploy; Oscar-Winner Kevin Spacey Court Appearance January 7 on Sexual Assault. Aired 4-5p ET
• Overnight: Environmental Protection Agency Shuttered; Trump Hunkers Down As Shutdown Enters Week Two; Trump Signs Order To Keep Civilian Salaries At 2018 Levels; Trump Ramps Up Threats Over Wall Funding; Homeland Security Chief Visits Border Today After Deaths Of Two Children; Hotel Employees Call Police On Man Talking On Phone In Lobby; Mayor Condemns "Discrimination" In Hotel Lobby Incident; Eight People Arrested In Death Of California Police Officer; Trump Trouble With Truth; Federal Employees Prepare For Drawn-out Shutdown; Trump Administration Rule Change Could Imperil EPA Measures To Protect Clean Air; Six People Killed In Winter Storm; 2018 Sets Record For Quiet Tornado Season; Oklahoma's Advantage Over Alabama; No. 1 Alabama Versus No. 4 Oklahoma In Orange Bowl; Clemson/Notre Dame Clash in Cotton Bowl; Top Trending Stories Of 2018. Aired 9-10a ET
• Trump Ramps Up Threats over Wall Funding; Partial Government Shutdown Threatens to Drag Well into 2019; More Arrests in the Killing of a California Police Officer; At Least Six Killed in Severe Storm System; Top Eight Weather Stories of 2018. Aired 11a-12p ET
• Trump: Child Border Deaths "Strictly the Fault of the Democrats"; About 800,000 People Staying Home or Working Without Pay During Shutdown; Trump Administration Suggests Federal Workers Perform Carpentry in Exchange for Partial Rent Payments; McConnell Says It's Up to Trump, Democrats to Make a Deal; NYT: 4 Key Democratic Senators Ramping Up Presidential Planning; 2019 to Start with Big Foreign Policy Challenges; Trump Inauguration Committee Under Investigation; Top-8 Weather Events of 2018. Aired 3-4p ET
• Trump Threatens to Close Southern U.S. Border as Partial Government Shutdown Enters Second Week; U.S. Troop Withdrawal in Syria May Attract Trouble; Two-Year-Old Son of Yemeni Mother Granted Visa Dies; Flood Hindering Rescue Operation for Miners in India; Market Turmoil; Eight in 2018 Top Business Stories. Aired 3-3:30a ET
• Trump Threatens to Close Southern U.S. Border as Partial Government Shutdown Enters Second Week; U.K. Home Secretary Calls Rise in Migrant Crossings a "Major Incident"; U.S. Troop Withdrawal in Syria May Attract Trouble; U.S. House Investigation into Clinton Email Probe Ends; The Early Life of Special Counsel Robert Mueller; Former President George H.W. Bush's Penpal of 10 Years Revealed. Aired 4-5a ET
• Trump Threatens to Close Southern U.S. Border as Partial Government Shutdown Enters Second Week; U.S. Senator Calls for Investigation into Boy's Death; U.K. Home Secretary Calls Rise in Migrant Crossings a "Major Incident"; Two-Year-Old Son of Yemeni Mother Granted Visa Dies; U.S. Troop Withdrawal in Syria May Attract Trouble; Mueller Probe Looking at Trump Transition Team; North Korean Defectors' Data Stolen; A Year in Pictures. Aired 5-6a ET
• Oscar Winner Accused of Groping Teenage Busboy; Trump: Child Border Deaths "Strictly the Fault of the Democrats"; Employees from Portland Hotel Lobby Incident Fired; Police Arrest Man Suspected of Killing Police Officer; House Judiciary Democrats Hire Attorneys for Coming Trump Investigations; Russian Company Says Nude Selfie Shows Mueller on Fishing Expedition; Trump Inauguration Committee Under Investigation; Top-8 Health Stories of 2018; Witches of World Have Beef with Trump. Aired 5-6p ET
• The Partial Government Shutdown Dragging Into Week Number Two; DHS Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen Making A Visit To The Border This Weekend On Friday And Saturday; "Time" Magazine Exposing A New Tie Between A Top Trump Campaign Figure And Russia; Jermaine Massey Says He Was Racially Profiled And Discriminated Against For Taking A Phone Call There Last Saturday; Trump Vents On Twitter About Shutdown, Mueller; Trump Blames Democrats For Children's Death At The Border; Man Suspected Of Killing Police Officer Captured; 2018's Top Eight Crime Stories; Anak Krakatau Volcano Still Erupting. Aired 8-9p ET
• Trump: Child Border Deaths Strictly the Fault of the Democrats; About 800,000 People Staying Home or Working Without Pay; 800,000 Federal Workers Enter Second Week Without Pay; WH Mum on What They've Offered Dems on Wall Funding; No End in Sight as Partial Shutdown Enters Second Week; Manafort Favors to Russia?; Time: Russian Ex-Spy Pressured Manafort Over Debts During 2016 Presidential Campaign; Putin: Invulnerable Nuclear Missile Ready To Deploy; Hotel Fires Worker Accused of Racism; Democrats Teeing up to Investigate Trump; Employees From Portland Hotel Lobby Incident Fired; Hotel Manager Calls Police on Black Guest on Phone In Lobby; Hotel Apologizes For Making Black Guest Leave Property; Wife Of Justice Thomas Stirs Debate With Far-Right Rhetoric; Trump Threatens To Shutdown Border if he Doesn't Get Wall. Aired 7-8p ET
• Trump Defends Syria Withdrawal Plan To U.S. Troops; Trump Misleads Troops In Iraq About Their Pay; Top Dem: NC Republican Won't Be Seated In New Congress; Law Enforcement Preps For New Year's Eve Celebration; Top 8 Health Stories of 2018. Aired 12-1p ET


December 28, 2018
• All Eyes on the Markets; Massive Storm Hits East Coast; Kurds Ask Assad for Help; Migrants Dropped Off in El Paso. Aired 9:30-10a ET
• Trump Threatens to Close Southern Border Entirely; Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen Heads to Border After Second Migrant Child Dies; Interview with Representative Gerry Connolly; Democrats Retake Control of House Next Week, Promise New Probes; House Democrats Scoop Up Staff and Lawyers to Power Investigations of Trump Administration; A Watergate Journalist Says Trump's Impeachment Seems Inevitable; Electrical Arc Turns New York City Skyline Blue, Lights Up Social Media. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• U.S. Officials: Journalist who Disappeared in Syria may be Alive; New Year Brings New Challenges for President Trump; Top Eight Entertainment Stories of 2018. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• Stock Markets Makes Rock and Roll; Trump Flip-Flops His Blame to Democrats; Second Child Died in U.S. Custody; Manhunt Underway For Shooter Who Killed Officer; Putin Touts New Russian Hypersonic Missile; Trump Inaugural Donors And Decisions Under Scrutiny; Top International Stories Of 2018. Aired 3-4a ET
• Wall Street and the DOW Go for a Wild Ride; the Tragic Death of Felipe Alonso Gomez; U.S. Government Shutdown Drags On; Blizzard Conditions Threaten Large Parts of the United States; Winter Storm Disrupts U.S. travel, Sparks Blizzard Warnings in Midwest; America's Oldest WWII Veteran Dies At Age 112; Transformer Explosion Lights Up New York Skyline; Witches Object To Trump Use Of "Witch Hunt". Aired 2-3a ET
• Suspect Captured in California Manhunt; Kurds Turn to Syria for Help; Trump Threatens to Shut Down Entire Southern Border. Aired 3- 3:30p ET
• Trump Threatens to Close Southern Border Entirely; Kirstjen Nielsen Heads to Border After Second Migrant Child Dies; Search Intensifies for Man Accused of Killing Police Officer; All Eyes on Markets After a Week of Historic Highs, Lows. Aired 10-10:30a ET
• White House Tries Shifting Blame to Nancy Pelosi Over Shut Down; Homeland Security Chief Heads to Border After Deaths of Two Children; Will the Dow Close Higher Three Days in A Row; House Democrats Are Ready to Hire Lawyers to Investigate Trump. Aired 2- 2:30p ET
• Slain Officer's Brother Emotional After Suspect's Capture; Guatemalan Boy Who Died in U.S. Custody had Flu; Government Shutdown Could Begin to Disrupt Tax Season, Social Security; Personal Info of North Korean Defectors Stolen by Hackers; Top 8 Health Stories of 2018. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• House Democrats Ready to Hire Layers to Investigate Trump; North Carolina Election Board Dissolves Before Certifying House Race; Black Man Calls Double Tree Hotel Racist; Deadly Storm Kills 3, Heads to East Coast. Aired 2:30-3p ET
• U.S. Government Shutdown Likely To Drag On Into 2019; Trump Makes False Claims About Military Pay Raises; Iraqis In An Uproar Over Trump's Trip; UNICEF: Global Conflicts Pose Grave Risks To Children; Heavy Rain, Floods Swamp Refugee Camps In Northern Syria; Australia Suffers Extreme Heat Wave; It Is The Largest Protest In Sudan In Years; In The Democratic Republic Of The Congo, Protesters Took To The Street Because The Government Postponed Voting In The Presidential Election; In Tunisia, Protesters Clash With Police For A Third Day Over The Death Of A Journalist; Homeland Security Secretary Says She Wants To See The Medical Conditions At Border Patrol Stations For Herself; An Investigation Into The Donald Trump Inauguration; A Video Of American Actor Kevin Spacey Allegedly Groping An 18-Year-Old Busboy Has Surfaced. Aired 1-2a ET
• U.S. Government Shutdown Likely to Drag On into 2019; Iraqis in an Uproar over Trump's Visit; Market Turmoil; Protests in Tunisia, Congo and Sudan; The World's Innocent Victims; Iraqi Lawmakers Angry At Trump, Want U.S. Troops Out; U.S. Government Shutdown Likely To Drag On Into 2019; DHS Secretary Heads To Border After Migrant Boy's Death. Aired 12m-1a ET


December 27, 2018
• European Markets Mostly Higher; President Trump, First Lady Make Surprise Visit To Iraq; Indonesia's Tsunami Threat; Anak Krakatau Still Spewing Thick Ash; Year In Review; President Trump Visits War Zone; Stock Markets Up Again; Another Immigrant Kid Died in U.S. Custody. Aired 3-4a ET
• Stocks Slide at Open; Flynn asks for Leniency; Poll of Democratic Voters. Aired 9:30-10a ET
• Trump, First Lady Make Surprise Visit to Iraq; U.S. Border Patrol Changes Policy After Second Child Dies; Russia to Deploy "Invincible" Nuclear Missile; U.S. Government Shutdown Enters Sixth Day with No End in Sight; Dow Posts Biggest Daily Point Gain Ever. Aired 12-1a ET
• Donald and Melania Trump Visit U.S. Troops in Iraq in Christmas Trip; Assessing The U.S. Military Mission In Afghanistan; School District Backs Wrestler Forced To Cut Hair; American Man Completes Solo Trek Across Antarctica. Aired 2-3a ET
• El Paso Groups Take in 500-Plus Released Migrants on Wednesday Alone; Stocks Set to Fall After Dow's Record Gain; Head of Customs and Border Protection Says that Congress Needs to Step Up and Provide More Money to Help Deal with the Migrant Crisis After the Death of a Second Guatemalan Child in U.S. Custody; DHS Secretary to Travel to Border to Review Care of Migrants. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• Dow Declines After Biggest One Day Point Gain; Capitol Hill Remains Quiet. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• Government Investigates Death of Migrant Child in U.S. Custody; Democratic Presidential Contenders?; Stock Markets on Track for Worst December Since Depression. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• CNN INTERNATIONAL - U.S. Stocks Slide at Opening Following Historic Day of Gains; Trump Back at White House after Surprise Visit with U.S. Troops in Iraq; Iraqi Lawmaker Slam Visit as Blow to Erect Sovereignty; Russia Unveils New Invulnerable Missile System; Border Protection Asks Congress for Help after Boys Debt; Demonstrations against Sudan's President Continues; At Least 430 Killed in Saturday's Tsunami in Indonesia; U.S. Saw Dangerous Weather Conditions Coast-to- Coast in 2018. Aired 10-11a ET
• Putin Says "Invulnerable" Nuclear Missile Ready to Deploy; Top Eight Crime and Misconduct Stories of 2018; Dow Bounces Back from 600- Point Plunge; "Love Gilda" Premieres New Year's Day at 9PM Eastern. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• Trump Back at White House After Iraq Trip; Government Shutdown Enters Sixth Day With No End in Sight; ACLU Responds to Second Migrant Child Death; Markets Take a Dive One Day After Dow's Historic Gains; Trump Misleads Again About Military Pay Raises. Aired 10-10:30a ET
• Trump And First Lady Makes Surprise Visit To Iraq; Trump Doubles Down On Border Wall As Shutdown Continues; Dow Posts Biggest Daily Point Gain Ever; Trump "Looking Forward" To Second Kim Summit; Tech Companies' Controversies In 2018. Aired 1-1:30a ET
• Death of 2nd Child in U.S. Custody Prompts DHS Action; ICE Continues to Release Hundreds of Migrants in Border Cities; Policy Have Video of Kevin Spacey Groping Busboy; Russia Boasts New "Invulnerable" Hypersonic Missile System; Wild Winter Weather Across U.S. Causing Dangerous Conditions for Holiday Travelers. Aired 2:30-3p ET
• Trump Misleads Again about Military Pay Raises; Flynn Asks Judge to Change Travel Restrictions; Court Docs: Police have Video of Alleged Assauly by Kevin Spacey; 8 in 2018: Top Health Stories. Aired 10:30-11a ET


December 26, 2018
• Wall Street on Edge; Stocks Stabilize after Drop; House Dems To Unleash Power; Mueller Report Release in 2019; 2008 Top Trending Stories. Aired 9:30-10a ET
• Christians Celebrate Christmas Around the World; Trump Spends Christmas at White House as Shutdown Continues; Mattis Delivers Final Christmas Message as Defense Secretary. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• Markets Open Again After The Worst Christmas Eve Ever; Death of Seven-Year-Old Immigrant; Wall Street Is On Edge After What Has Been A Wild Week and New Word That It Could Lead To Yet Another White House Dismissal; Democrats Are Expected To Bring A New Intensity To Many Russia Investigations After They Take The House. Aired 10-10:30a ET
• AG Nominee Barr Expected to Face Questions Over Mueller Probe Criticisms During Confirmation Hearings; How will Withdrawal of U.S. Troops from Syria Affect War on Terror? 8 in 2018: Top Media Stories. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• Trump May Meet with Fed Chair Powell in January; Trump Growing Frustrated with Treasury Secretary; Border Patrol Making Changes After Second Guatemalan Child Dies in Custody; Trump, First Lady Make Surprise Visit to Iraq. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• Trump & First Lady Make Surprise Visit to Troops in Iraq; Trump Pulling U.S. Troops in Syria, Reducing Troops in Afghanistan; Russia Reacts to Trump Pulling Troops Out of Syria. Aired 2:30-3p ET
• Trumps Visit Troops in Iraq. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• Markets Rebound After Nightmare Christmas Eve; There Are New Border Patrol Policies After Second Migrant Child Dies; Volcano That Triggered Indonesia Tsunami Still Erupting; Assange Has A Rocky Relationship with Ecuador; Trump and First Lady Make Surprise Visit to Iraq. Aired 3-4p ET
• Trump to Visit Troops in Surprise Visit to Iraq; Entertainment Highlights in 2018. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• Trump: Great Opportunity To Buy Stocks; Japan To Resume Commercial Whaling In July; Trump: No End To Government Shutdown Until Border Wall Is Funded; Trump's First Year; North Korean Tourism on the Decline, Vatican Discovers Lost Paintings. Aired 12-12:30a ET
• New Word That Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin's Job Could Be In Serious Jeopardy; Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg Has Now Been Released From The Hospital; For The Second Time In A Month, A Young Child From Guatemala Has Died In The Custody Of U.S. Border Agents. Aired: 9:00-9:30a ET
• Chaotic Markets in 2018; Government Will be Shut Till New Year; Russia and Syria Acts After U.S. Troops Withdrawn; Japan Leaves IWC; Anti-government Protests Grew in Sudan; A Message of Peace From Two Great Leaders. Aired 3-3:30a ET
• Markets Struggle to Reverse December Downturn; Trump White House; Indonesia Tsunami; Japan to Resume Commercial Whaling; Guatemalan Boy Sickens, Dies in Custody; Sudan Cracks Down on Anti- Government Protests. Aired 12m-12:30a ET


December 25, 2018
• Christians Celebrate Christmas Around the World; Trump Spends Christmas at White House as Shutdown Continues; Mattis Delivers Final Christmas Message as Defense Secretary. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• Stocks on Trace for Worst December Since Great Depression; Death Toll Rises to 400-Plus After Tsunami Strikes Without Warning; 8 for 2018: Top Law And Justice Stories. Aired 9:30-10a ET
• Trump: I Can't Tell You When The Government Will Be Open; Mattis Delivers Final Christmas Message as Defense Secretary. Aired 10-10:30a ET
• New Info Emerges on Mattis Departure; Another Migrant Child Dies in U.S. Custody; Trump Continues Blasting Fed Chair, Vows to Build Wall. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• Dow, S&P 500 Have Worst Christmas Eve Ever; Indonesian Tsunami Death Toll Climbs to 373; At Least 43 Killed in Government Building Attack in Kabul. Aired 12:30-1a ET
• Sources: Bolton Wanted to Assure Coalition Partners that U.S. was "Staying in Syria until Iran is Out of Syria"; Judge Orders North Korea to Pay Warmbier Family $500M; 8 in 2018: Top Stories in Sports; Pope Francis Celebrate Mass at the Vatican. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• Dow, S&P Have Worst Christmas Eve Ever; Indonesia Tsunami; U.S. withdrawal from Syria; Kevin Spacey Posts Odd Video on YouTube; Thousands of Pilgrims Gather for Midnight Mass; Deaf Artist Spreads Holiday Cheer. Aired 3-3:30a ET
• Day Four Of A Partial Government Shutdown; Trump Spoke With The Turkish President Erdogan About U.S. Pull Out From Syria; 8-Year-Old Boy Has Died While In Custody Of U.S. Custom And Border Protection; Economy Is Not About To Collapse But The Markets Are Heavily Down And May Possibly Might Go Low. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• Pope Francis, Queen Elizabeth, They Delivered Their Annual Messages; Service Members Surprising Their Families Just In Time For The Holiday Season. Aired 2:30-3p ET
• Government Still in Shutdown; RBG Recovers from Surgery. Aired 3:30-4p ET


December 24, 2018
• Forced Mueller Report Release; Whitaker Rejects Ethics Officials; Indonesia Tsunami Deaths Rise; Mattis Signs Order to Withdraw. Aired 9:30-10a ET
• Whitaker Rejects Ethics Official's Advice to Recuse Himself; Death Toll Nears 400 in Indonesia Tsunami; 8 for 2018: Top Business Stories; Christmas Celebrations Underway around the World. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• Trump Lashes Out at Defense Secretary; Devastation in Indonesia; Worst Ever Christmas Eve for Dow and S&P. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• Government Shutdown Examined; Fallout from Mattis Resignation; Global Economic Slowdown Explored. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• Trump Relies on Erdogan to Eradicate ISIS; Should Witaker Recuse? Aired 2:30-3p ET
• Tsunami Killed At Least 281 People in Indonesia; Mattis Signs Order to Withdraw U.S. Troops From Syria; Body of Migrant Girl Who Died in U.S. Arrives in Guatemala. Aired 12m-1a ET
• Disgraced Actor Kevin Spacey Releases Strange Video; Government Still in Shutdown. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• Government Shutdown Examined; Effect on the Military of Mattis Resignation; Any Wiggle Room on $5 Billion for Border Wall?. Aired 10- 10:30a ET
• Indonesian Search Crews Comb through Debris for Victims after Tsunami; Erdogan Urged Trump to Withdraw Troops from Syria; Mulvaney Predicts U.S. Government Shutdown will Last until New Congress; Land Mines Cleared from Historic Site in West Bank. Aired 3-3:30a ET
• Indonesia Tsunami: Fears of new wave As Anak Krakatau Volcano Seethes; Soundtrack Of The 'Me Too' Movement; Rap, Hip Hop Bring New Life To Protest Anthems; Singing For Others Who Need A Hand. Aired 2:30-3a ET
• The Dow Closed Early And Deep In The Red; Defense Secretary James Mattis Now Leaving His Post Much Sooner Than Expected After President Trump Became Angry Over His Resignation Letter. Aired: 2- 2:30p ET


December 23, 2018
• Tsunami Kills at least 168 People in Indonesia; Trump Administration Turmoil; Dems: No Funding for Border Wall with Mexico. Aired 3-3:30a ET
• Tsunami Kills at least 168 People in Indonesia; Trump Administration Turmoil; Dems: No Funding for Border Wall with Mexico; Football Player Death; Deck the Halls with Trump. Aired 4-5a ET
• Trump to Force Defense Secretary Mattis out by New Year's Day; Treasury Secretary Scrambles to Calm Investors; Trump Defends Decision to Pull Troops out of Syria. Aired 4-5p ET
• Trump Moves Up Mattis Departure; Washington In-fighting Puts Partial Government Shutdown; Underwater Landslides Causes Tsunami in Indonesia; Troop Withdrawal Signed by Mattis; Trump Says ISIS Largely Defeated; Two Tourist in Morocco Beheaded. Aired 5-6p ET
• Shanahan Takes Over For James Mattis Who Resigned Just Three Days Ago In Protest Of The President's Decision To Pull U.S. Troops Out Of Syria, Day Two of U.S. Government Shutdown; Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin Making Phone Calls This Holiday Weekend Trying To Calm Nervous Investors Before The Start Of Tomorrows Trading; Special Counsel Robert Mueller Is Facing A Unique Legal Challenge; Tsunami Hits Indonesia. Aired 3-4p ET
• Tsunami Kills at least 168 People in Indonesia; Trump Administration Turmoil; Dems: No Funding for Border Wall with Mexico; Abuse against Women on Twitter; Military Families Get Holiday Surprises. Aired 5-6a ET
• Steve Mnuchin Scrambles To Call The Country's Biggest Banks And Reassure Investors That President Trump Will Not Fire The Head Of The Federal Reserve; Republican Senator Bob Corker Calls Out The President Claiming Trump Is Picking A Fight To Score Political Points; Tsunami Wipes Through That Concert And Beyond In Indonesia; President Tweeting Today That Deputy Defense Secretary Patrick Shanahan Will Begin His New Role On January 1st. Aired 2-3p ET
• Wall Street Suffered Its Worst Week Since The 2008 Financial Crisis; John Kelly Is Out And Brett McGurk Resigns; Devastation In Indonesia. Aired: 7-8p ET
• President Donald Trump Blames Democrats On Partial Government Shutdown; President Planning To Yank All U.S. Troops From Syria; Defense Secretary Mattis Is Out Of The Job On January 1st. Aired 6-7p ET


December 22, 2018
• Partial U.S. Federal Government Shutdown Commences; Senate Possibly Negotiating Bill to End Partial Government Shutdown; Reporting Indicates President Trump may have Pulled U.S. Troops from Syria in Response to Taunt from President of Turkey; James Mattis Resigns as U.S. Secretary of Defense; President Trump Reportedly Floats Idea of Firing Federal Reserve Chairman; President Trump's Promises to Build Border Wall with Mexico Debated; Analysts Examine Possible Effects of Government Shutdown on National Security. Aired 10-11a ET
• Democratic Leaders React to Partial U.S. Government Shutdown; Mattis Resigns over Policy Disputes with Trump; Conservative Critics Hit Out at Republicans, Trump; Police Arrest Two over Gatwick Drone Incidents; Thousands in Hungary Protest over "Slave Law". Aired 3- 3:30a ET
• Democratic Leaders React to Partial U.S. government Shutdown; Conservative Critics Hit Out at Republicans, Trump; U.S. Stock Markets Continue to Tumble; Mattis Resigns over Policy Disputes with Trump; Police Arrest Two over Gatwick Drone Incidents; Trump Lashes Out at Acting AG Whitaker over Cohen Case; Sen. Lindsey Graham Fears U.S. withdrawal from Afghanistan; Supreme Court Upholds Block of Trump Asylum Ban; Trump Knows Everything. Aired 4-5a ET
• Partial U.S. Federal Government Shutdown Continues; Republican Senators Meet at White House Regarding Government Funding Bill; President Trump Announces Withdrawal of U.S. Troops from Syria; James Mattis Resigns as U.S. Secretary of Defense; Brett McGurk Resigns as U.S. Global Envoy to Combat ISIS; President Trump Reportedly Expresses Desire to Fire Federal Reserve Chairman; House Judiciary Committee Calls on Acting Attorney General Whitaker to Testify; Fiance of Missing Woman in Colorado Arrested; High School Wrestler Forced by Referee to Cut Hair or Forfeit Match. Aired 2-3p ET
• Special Presidential Envoy for the Global Coalition to Defeat ISIS Has Resigned; Lawmakers Reconvene on Capitol Hill and Over Government Shutdown; Trump's Border Wall Standoff Plunges Government into Partial Shutdown; McConnell - Dems Refusing to Meet President Trump Halfway; Congress Searches for Deal to End Government Shutdown; War against ISIS - Kurdish Fighters Backed by U.S. Fight ISIS in Syria; Government Partially Shuts Down for Third Time in a Year; Trump Vented at Whitaker After Explosive Cohen Revelations; Schumer Blames Shutdown on Two-Week Temper Tantrum by Trump. Aired 12-1p ET
• Lawmakers Meet Trump over Government Shutdown; Trump Hosts Lunch with Lawmakers & McConnell Says Votes on Pause; Schumer Demands Trump Drop Wall Funding; New York State Pays to Keep Statue of Liberty, Ellis Island Opening During Shutdown; McGurk Resigns Following Mattis over Trump's Decision to Pull Troops Out of Syria; Lindsey Graham: Drawdown of U.S. Troops in Afghanistan Could Result in "Second 9/11"; Trump Lashes Out at Acting A.G. Whitaker; Whitaker Refuses to Recuse from Russia Investigation; New Details on Justice Ginsburg's Health Scare. Aired 1-2p ET
• Trump's Border Wall Standoff Plunges Government into Partial Shutdown; Mattis' Resignation Shocks Washington, Stuns Allies; Stock Market Had Its Worst Week in a Decade; Trump Lashed Out at his Acting Attorney General; Ginsburg has Cancerous Nodules Removed from Lungs. Aired 11a-12p ET
• Lawmakers Meet Trump over Government Shutdown; Pence Meets with Schumer to Negotiate Ending Shutdown; Trump Vented at Whitaker After Exposure in Cohen Revelations; Whitaker Refuses to Recuse from Russia Investigation; William Barr Faces Scrutiny over Mueller Probe Criticism; Trump's 1st Twitter Guru Recalls "Oh, No" Moment; How U.S. Allies View Mattis' Resignation Amid Trump's Decision to Withdraw from Syria; Mattis and McGurk Resign over Trump's Decision to Pull Troops Out of Syria; N.J. High School Wrestler Forced to Cut Locks or Not Compete; Justice Ginsburg's Health Scare. Aired 3-4p ET
• Partial Government Shutdown Will Last Through Christmas; Trump Is Facing Another Potential Crisis Over His Pick For Acting Attorney General; Fiance Of A Colorado Mother Who Went Missing Thanksgiving Day, Is Now Behind Bars Facing Charges In Her Murder; Yemeni Mother Has Finally Arrived In California To Be Reunited With Her Dying Son; The Stock Market Suffering Its Worst Week Since The 2008 Financial Crisis; Service Members Surprising Their Families Just In Time For The Holiday Season. Aired 4-5p ET
• The Government Shutdown That Began At Midnight Will Not End At Least Until After Christmas; President Trump Lashed Out At His Acting Attorney General Over The Explosive Revelations Made By New York Prosecutors He Oversees; McGurk Resigns Following Mattis after Trump Decides to Pull Troops from Syria; Video Shows Slow Response After Jordan McNair Collapsed; Trump: Nobody Knows More About Anything Than Trump. Aired 5-6p ET
• Democratic Leaders React to Partial U.S. government Shutdown; Protesters Gather in France for Sixth Straight Weekend; Police Arrest Two over Gatwick Drone Incidents; U.S. Stock Markets Continue to Tumble; Trump Lashes Out at Acting AG Whitaker over Cohen Case; Mick Mulvaney in 2015 Calls Border Wall "Simplistic"; Justice Ginsburg Has Cancer Removed from Lung. Aired 5-6a ET
• President Declares Isis Has Been Defeated in Syria; President Trump Calls For Full and Rapid Withdrawal of U.S. Military Forces in Syria; The New York Times Reports: The President Erupted in Anger in Front of Numerous White House Officials Saying he Needed his Attorney General to Protect Him; Republican Lawmaker Calls Out His Party For Using Toddlers' Logic on Government Shutdown; Indonesia Tsunami Hits Islands of Sumatra and Java, 20 People Dead and Another 165 Injured; Ruth Bader Ginsburg Recovering From Surgery to Remove Growths in Lungs. Aired 7-8p ET


December 21, 2018
• Mattis Quits Over Trump's Decision On Syria; Brexit Talks Paused For British Parliament Recess; Has Trump Betrayed The Kurds In Syria; China Behind Scheme To Steal Business Secrets; Gatwick Airport Resumes Service After 32 Hour Shutdown; Cartoonist Finds Rich Material In Trump; James Mattis Resigns Over Foreign Policy Issues; Gatwick Airport Back to Business; No Budget, No President's Signature; Stock Markets Wave Red for the Holidays. Aired 3-4a ET
• All Eyes on Wall Street; Whitaker Rejects Ethics Office Advice; World Leader Shaken over Resignation. Aired 9:30-10a ET
• Congress Taken Aback By Mattis Resignation; Official: U.S. Could Cut Troops In Afghanistan By Half; U.S. Lawmakers Scramble To Avert Govt. Shutdown; Gatwick Airport Resumes Service After 32 Hour Shutdown; U.S. Charges Chinese Nationals With Hacking Trade Secrets; Mattis Resigns over Policy Disputes with Trump; Syria Decision Backlash; U.S. Tariffs Could Make Toys More Expensive for Americans; Afghan Refugees Celebrate First Christmas in U.S. Aired 1-2a ET
• James Mattis Has Quit the Trump Administration; London's Gatwick Airport is Now Open for Business; Brexit clock ticking down; Carlos Ghosn Detained for Additional Charges. Aired 2-3a ET
• Senate Republicans Meet with Trump as Shutdown Looms; Whitaker Rejects Ethics Official's Advice; CEO Shares $4 Million in Bonuses with Employees for Holidays. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• Supreme Court Upholds Block of Trump Asylum Ban; Trump Forcing Government Shutdown?. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• U.S. Defense Secretary Resigns over Policy Dispute with President Trump; House Spending Bill with Border Wall Funding Goes to Senate; Drone Sightings Force London's Gatwick Airport to Close; U.S. Charges Chinese Nationals with Hacking Trade Secrets; Mattis Quits Over Trump's Decision on Syria; Exclusive Video Shows Ongoing Fight Against ISIS. Aired 12m-1a ET
• Government Shutdown Looms as Trump Demands Wall Funding; Secretary of Defense James Mattis Resigns; Trump Points Finger at Democrats as Shutdown Looms; Mattis Resigns, Stocks Sink and Troop Decisions Draw Bipartisan Ire; Matthew Whitaker Rejects Ethics Official's Advice, Doesn't Recuse Himself from Russia Probe. Aired 9- 9:30a ET
• Senate Republicans to Meet with Trump as Shutdown Looms. Aired 10-10:30a ET
• Lindsey Graham Returns from Afghanistan As Trump Plans Drawdown; Mattis Reported Livid Over Trump's Move to Pull Troops from Syria; Whitaker Rejects Ethics Official's Advice to Recuse Himself; Pence, Kushner, Mulvaney Meeting Now in Schumer's Office. Aired 3:30- 4p ET
• Key Senate Vote to Avoid Government Shutdown Held While Senators Return to Washington DC to Cast Votes; Mattis Back at Work Today After Resigning Over Trump's Policies; Justice Ginsburg Has Cancerous Growths Removed from Lung. Aired 2-2:30
• Trump's Erratic Moves Sends Wall Street into Tail Spin; Trump Blames Federal Reserve for Market Turmoil; Russia, Turkey Syria Praise Trump on Pulling U.S. Troops from Syria as Mattis Resigns; Trump Signs Bipartisan Criminal Justice Reform Bill. Aired 2:30-3p ET


December 20, 2018
• Trump Administration Changing U.S. Asylum Policy; Bipartisan Criticism Grows of Trump's Decision to Pull Out of Syria; Trump Threatens Government Shutdown Over Wall Funding. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• Corbyn Denies Calling Theresa May "Stupid Woman"; U.K. Health Industry Planning for Delays if No Deal; Trump Tower-Moscow Talks Went Well Into 2016; Judge to Decide if Harvey Weinstein Case Will Proceed; Cubans Won't Have to Defect to Play U.S. Baseball. Aired 1-2a ET
• William Barr, Trump's Pick for A.G., Wrote a Memo Critical of the Mueller Probe; Trump Orders U.S. Withdrawal from Syria; Weinstein Case Moves Forward. Aired 9:30-10a ET
• U.S. Troops to Be Pulled Out from Syria; Fed Hikes Turn Stocks into Red; Read My Lips; Brexit Deal Effect on Health Industry. Aired 3-4a ET
• Asylum Seekers Now Must Wait in Mexico as Cases are Processed; Conservative Coulter Slams Trump Over Border Wall Retreat; Trump Says, I've Made My Position Very Clear on Wall Funding; Trump Rejects Compromise to Avoid Shutdown. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• FBI Director, Deputy AG Hold Press Conference; Senate Passes Stop-Gap Funding Bill to Try to Avoid Shutdown; House GOP Weekly News Conference Delayed. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• Paul Ryan Says Trump won't sign current bill to avert shut down; Putin praises Trump's decision to pull troops out of Syria; Trump defends decision on Syria as GOP lawmakers blast him; The Dow takes a major hit amid fears of government shutdown. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• Trump Defends Syria Decision Amid Bipartisan Backlash; Trump Discards Advice from Allies, Officials on Syria Withdrawal; Trump's AG Pick Says Mueller's Obstruction Inquiry was "Fatally Misconceived"; All Eyes on Market After Fed Hike Sparks Selloff; Disgraced Movie Mogul Harvey Weinstein Arrives for Pivotal Day in Court; U.S. Futures Slightly Lower After Dow Slides to 2018 Low, Aired 9-9:30a ET
• Market Continues Fall After Fed Raises Rates Despite Trump Warning; House Intel Committee Votes to Send Roger Stone Transcript to Special Counsel; DOJ Ethics Officials Say Whitaker Does Not Have to Recuse Self from Russia Investigation; Memo by Trump's A.G. Pick William Barr Slams Mueller's Obstruction Inquiry; 11th-Hour Revolt Over Bill to Avoid Government Shutdown over Missing Wall Funds as Trump Signals He Won't Sign; Did Zuckerberg Lie to Congress About Facebook's Data-Sharing Deals with 3rd Parties; Drone Sighting Causes Chaos at England's Gatwick Airport. Aired 2:30-3p ET
• President Trump This Morning Digging In On His Surprise Decision To Pull All U.S. Troops Out Of Syria; With A Partial Government Shutdown Set For Tomorrow, President Trump Now Has A Major Choice. Aired 10-10:30a ET
• Trump Orders All U.S. Troops Out of Syria; U.S. Senate Passes Bill To Avert Government Shutdown; Corbyn Denies Calling Theresa May Stupid Woman. Aired 12-1a ET
• Syria Conflict: Trump's Withdrawal Plan Shocks Allies; Tunnels Heighten Tensions On Israeli-Lebanese Border; Court: Korean Air Has Pay Flight Attendant $18,000; Dying Boy's Dad: Muslim Ban Needs To End. Aired 2-3a ET


December 19, 2018
• Brexit Deal May Not Happen; Michael Flynn's Sentencing Moved; Answered Prayers by a Yemeni Mother. Aired 3-4a ET
• Lynch to Testify on The Hill; Fed Announcement on Rates; European Union Cables Made Public. Aired 9:30-10a ET
• Flynn Sentencing Delayed After Judge's Sharp Rebuke; White House: FBI Broke Protocol In Questioning Flynn; Putin Touts Military Advancements Versus U.S.; U.S. Senate Passes Criminal Justice Reform Bill; Ceasefire In Hodeidah Appears To Be Holding; Greenspan to Investors: Be Ready to Run for Cover; Softbank's Blockbuster IP Flops in Market Debut; Netanyahu's Son Suspended for Hate Speech; Trafficking Victim Service Life Sentence for Murder; Famed U.S. Actress and Filmmaker Dies at 75. Aired 1-2a ET
• Flynn Sentencing Delayed after Judge's Sharp Rebuke; Trump Climbs Down from Wall Building Demand; U.K.'s Path to Worst Political Crisis in a Generation; Yemeni Mother Gets U.S. Visa to See Dying Son; U.S. Lawmakers Tour Border Facilities. Aired 2-3a ET
• Flynn Sentencing Delayed After Judge's Sharp Rebuke; U.S. Senate Passes Criminal Justice Reform Bill; Actor Sues Fortnite and NBA 2K Over Carlton Dance. Aired 12:-1a ET
• Facebook Sued Over Privacy Violations; Shutdown Fight; Federal Reserve Ignores Trump Warnings, Raises Interest Rates; President Trump Claims War Against ISIS Over. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• Trump Defense Charitable Foundation After It Agrees to Dissolve; Trump Preparing to Withdraw Troops from Syria; Trump May Intervene for Ex-Green Beret Charged with Murder. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• Trump Foundation Agrees to Dissolve Under Court Supervision; Senate GOP Drafting Short-Term Deal to Prevent Shutdown; Hacked European Cables Reveal Anxiety About Trump; U.S. Prepare for Full and Rapid Withdrawal from Syria; Senate Overwhelmingly Passes Bipartisan Criminal Justice Bill; Former AG Loretta Lynch Testifies on Capitol Hill; U.S. Futures Higher Ahead of Fed Meeting. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• Fed Is Expected Soon to Raise Rates Despite Trump's Warning; Corker Says GOP Senators Giving an Earful to Vice President Pence on Syria Pullout; Senate Approves Criminal Justice Reform in Bipartisan Vote. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• U.S. Preparing for Full and Rapid Withdrawal from Syria; Interview with Senator John Kennedy; Senate Passes Bipartisan Criminal Justice Bill; Aired 10-10:30a ET
• Senate Approves Criminal Justice Reform in Bipartisanship Vote; Fed Expected to Hike Rates Despite Trump's Warning; McConnell to Introduce Short-Term Bill to Prevent Shutdown; Flynn Ordered to Hand Over Passport After Sentencing Delayed; Jeremy Corbyn Denies Calling British.Prime Minister "Stupid Woman" in Parliament. Aired 2:30-3p ET
• Senate Overwhelmingly Passes Bipartisan Criminal Justice Bill; NYT: Facebook Gave Tech Giants More Data Access Than Disclosed; Trump: School Personnel Should Be Armed Including Teachers. Aired 10:30-11a ET


December 18, 2018
• North Korea Warns U.S. Over Vicious Sanctions; May Announces Mid-January Vote On Brexit Plan; Reports Show Russia's Push To Help Trump, Russia Stepped Up Efforts After Election; Yemeni Mother Prevented From Seeing Dying Son; Russia Versus Rap Music; De Niro Speaks Out On His Feud With Trump; More Tough Times for Theresa May; Trump and Giuliani on the Offensive; Goldman Sachs Charged in 1MDB Corruption Probe; Rights Group Calls on China to Release Christians; Three-Year-Old Girl Allegedly Raped in Delhi. Aired 3-4a ET
• Flynn to be Sentenced; Travel Ban Blocks Yemeni Mother; Overturning School Discipline Rules; Flynn Arrives for Sentencing. Aired 9:30-10a ET
• Stock Market on Track for Worst December Since Great Depression; Travel Ban Blocks Mother from Seeing Dying Son; GOP Members Say They are in the Dark on Trump's Plan to Avert a Government Shutdown; U.S. Futures Up After Falling 508 Points Monday; Former National Security Adviser Flynn to Be Sentenced; Michael Flynn to be Sentenced for Lying to FBI; Aired 9-9:30a ET
• Bump Stocks Banned; Trump Foundation Dissolving; Judge Blasts Michael Flynn, Delays Sentencing. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• Thousands Protest Hungarian Prime Minister Orban; Putin's Government Cracking Down On Rap Music; Couple Uses Two Ken Dolls To Create Same-Sex Bridal Set; U.K. Prime Minister May Dismisses Talk of Second Brexit Referendum; Reports Show Social Media Push to Help Trump; Acting Chief of Staff Slammed Trump in 2016; Hungary Protesters Fed Up with Orban's Government. Aired 12-1a ET
• Theresa May Announces Mid-January Vote on Brexit Plan; Dramatic Rise in Teen Vaping; Elderly Crime Rate Soars in South Korea; De Niro Speaks Out on His Feud with Trum; Yemeni Mother Prevented From Seeing Dying Son; Goldman Sachs Charged In 1MDB Corruption Probe. Aired 1-2a ET
• U.K. Prime Minister May Dismisses Talk of Second Brexit Referendum; Reports Show Social Media Push to Help Trump; U.S. Travel Ban Separates Dying Child from Mother; Hungary Protesters Fed Up with Orban's Government; China Closely Monitors Religious Organizations; Trump: I Will Review Case Of Accused U.S. Soldier. Aired 2-3a ET
• Trump Administration Officially Bans Bump Stocks; McConnell Says, "Yes, I'm Sure" There Won't Be a Shutdown; Transcript Reveals Comey Defended FBI Interview of Flynn; Democrats Prepare for Tax Return Showdown with Defiant Trump; Democrats Touring Border after Seven-year-old Girl's Death. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• Michael Flynn Arrives in Federal Court for Sentencing Hearing; Aired 10-10:30a ET
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• GOP in the Dark on Trump's Plan to Avert a Government Shutdown; Yemeni Mother Granted U.S. Visa to See Dying Son; Lawmakers to Tour Border Station and Investigate Girl's Death; CBS Board Denies Moonves His $120 Million Severance; Greenspan: Bull Market "Beginning to Fumble". Aired 10:30-11a ET
• White House Asking Every Agency for Money to Build Wall; School Safety Commission Presents Recommendations to the White House; Actress, Director Penny Marshall Dies at 75. Aired 2:30-3p ET
• Judge Delays Michael Flynn Sentencing; White House Holds Briefing About Flynn Sentencing Delay; Trump Foundation Agrees to Dissolve in Face of Lawsuit. Aired 2-2:30p ET


December 17, 2018
• U.S.-North Korea Could Start Another Fiery Exchange; Michael Cohen Starts his Three-year Sentence; Putin Not a Fan of Rap Music; World Headlines; Russian President says rap music should be controlled; CNN goes inside tunnel running from Lebanon to Israel; Explosion near pub in Japan injures dozens; Concerns over detention of 100 Christians; Family of girl who died in U.S. custody seeks answers; Teen slams leaders for climate change inaction; Hillary Clinton gives third-grader a morale boost. Aired 3-4a ET
• Comey Faces Off With Republicans; Judge Strikes Down Obamacare; Father Disputes DHS Claims; Trump Reviews Soldier's Case. Aired 9:30- 10a ET
• Report Details Ways Russia Backed Trump on Social Media; Concerns Over Detention of 100 Christians; Three-Year-Old Indian Girl Attacked in Alleged Rape; Nancy Pelosi's Eyewear Choice Lights up the Internet; Giuliani Hints At Longer Trump-Cohen Moscow Tower Talks; Cummings: Hoping Cohen Will Testify Again Before Congress; Trump Has Strong Support Among Iowa Republicans. Aired 1-2a ET
• Recent Sanctions on North Korea; Rudy Giuliani Preventing Trump from Sitting Down with the Special Counsel; A Chaotic Year in Washington; Saudi Arabia Denouncing the U.S. Senate; Theresa May Set to Speak Out Against the Second Brexit Referendum; Protests in Budapest Over Immigration; 3-Year-Old Indian Girl Attack In Alleged Rape; Storm Making Landfall On East Coast Of India; First Transgender Contestant Fails To Make Top 20. Aired 2-3a ET
• Trump Legal Troubles Escalate; Yemeni Mother Blocked By Travel Ban From Seeing Dying Son; Shutdown Coming?. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• The U.S. Senate Tries To Squeeze In A Vote On Criminal Justice Reform By The End Of The Year; Former Business Associates Of Michael Flynn Are Indicted. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• Yemeni Mom Blocked from Visiting Her Dying Son; Comey Wraps Up Second Interview with GOP-Led House Panels; Comey Says Trump "Has Lied...Constantly" About FBI; Comey Says GOP's Silence on Trump is "Everlasting Shame"; New Reports Says Russia Used Every Major Social Network to Aid Trump. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• New Report Says Russia Used Every Major Social Network to Aid Trump; House Republicans Are Grilling Comey For Second Time In 10 Days; White House and Democrats Are Not Budging with Shutdown Possible in Five Days; Girls Death in Border Patrol Custody Raises Questions. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• North Korea Lashes Out at New U.S. Sanctions; Explosion Near Pub in Japan Injuries Dozens; U.K. Prime Minister to Argue against a Second Brexit Referendum; Trump Lashes Out at Cohen, Calls Him a "Rat"; Saudi Slam U.S. Senate For Vote On Khashoggi Murder; CNN Goes Inside Tunnel Running From Lebanon To Israel; Christian Pastor Wang Yi Faces Subversion Charges. Aired 12-1a ET
• President Trump Spends Most of Sunday on a Tweet-storm; New Report Shows Extent of Russia's Support for Trump Online; Washington Braces for Shutdown at the End of the Week; Judge Cracks Down on Obamacare, Rules It Unconstitutional; Father of Migrant Disputes DHS Claims about Daughter's Death; Susan Collins: Nothing Wrong with GOP Challengers to Trump 2020; Trump Names Mick Mulvaney as Acting Chief of Staff; Former FBI Director Comey to Face Off with Republicans on Capitol Hill; U.S. Futures Down After Friday's Major Losses. Aired 9- 9:30a ET
• Father of Girl Who Died in Border Patrol Custody Disputes DHS Claims; Texas Federal Judge Strikes Down Obamacare; Growing Speculation Trump Will Face Primary Challenge; Trump Ends Year with Cabinet Shakeup; Mulvaney Called Trump "A Horrible Human Being" in 2016; Giuliani Muddies Water on Legal Pressure on Trump. Aired 2:30-3p ET
• Trump Unleashes on Probe as Legal Perils Mounts; James Comey Faces Off with Republicans; Poll Shows Iowa Voters Would Still Vote for President Trump; New Report on Russia Election Interference. Aired 10-10:30a ET


December 16, 2018
• Trump Attacks Probe As Legal Threats Surround Him From Every Angle; Former Adviser Michael Flynn To Be Sentenced This Week; Giuliani Slams Michael Cohen: "The Man Is Pathetic"; W.H.: "Absolutely" Will Shut Down Government To Get Border Wall; Schumer: Trump "Not Going To Get The Wall In Any Form"; Trump Celebrates Judge's Ruling Against Obamacare; Zinke Resigns Amid Multiple Ethics Investigations; Trump Names Budget Director Mulvaney As Acting Chief of Staff; First Transgender Contestant In Miss Universe Pageant Competes For Crown Tonight. Aired 3-4p ET
• Trump Lying About Russia Most Americans Think; Giuliani Says Hush Money Not a Crime; Child's Death at the Hands of Border Patrol, Father Not Blaming Them; Trump's Presidency Hounded by Legal Woes; SNL Sketch Angers Trump; Pete Davidson and his Alarming Social Media Post; Explosion in a Bar in Japan; HQ Trivia Co-Founder Dead. Aired 5-6p ET
• President Trump Angry And On The Attack Today As Legal Threats Swirl All Around Him; The Top Tier Is Fronted By Former Vice President Joe Biden; Pete Davidson's Instagram Account Was Basically Taken Off Line After That Post Was Made; President Trump Is Vowing To Pull The U.S. Out Of The Paris Climate Agreement. Aired 2-3p ET
• Colin Kroll, HQ Trivia CEO Found Dead; in Japan, At Least 42 People Hurt After an Explosion; China is Carrying Out a Religious Lockdown; Donald Trump Upset at Saturday Night Live Yet Again; Hillary Clinton Wrote a Letter to an Eight-Year-Old After Losing Bid to Become Class President; Top 10 CNN Heroes. Aired 4-5p ET
• Comey Blasts Trump Over Tweet About FBI Raid Of Michael Cohen's Office; Car Crashes Into Montgomery Home Sunday Morning; Father of Guatemalan Girl Doesn't Blame Border Patrol for Her Death; New Report Shows Extent of Russia's Support for Trump Online. Aired 8-9p ET
• COP24 Climate Summit to Keep Paris Climate Deal Alive; Family of 7-Year Old Who Died in U.S. Border Patrol Custody Call for Investigation; Police Use Tear Gas at Latest Yellow Vest Demonstrations; Ryan Zinke Out as U.S. Interior Secretary; ObamaCare Struck Down but Still in Effect; Mick Mulvaney New Acting White House Chief of Staff; U.K. Prime Minister Endures Bruising Week; Italy's Budget Battle with E.U. Raises Exit Questions; Sanders and O'Rourke Popular among Iowa Democrats. Aired 4-5a ET
• ObamaCare Struck Down but Still in Effect; Ryan Zinke Out as U.S. Interior Secretary; COP24 Climate Summit to Keep Paris Climate Deal Alive; Family of 7-Year Old Who Died in U.S. Border Patrol Custody Call for Investigation; Police Use Tear Gas at Latest Yellow Vest Demonstrations; European Regulator Launches Inquiry into Facebook; China's Reported Detention of Christians Raises Crackdown Concerns; Beef an Overlooked Cause of Global Warming; Egypt Unearths 4,400-Year-Old Tomb. Aired 5-6a ET
• China Detains 100 Christians amid Concerns of a Crackdown; 12- Year-Old Boy Honors His Friend for Life; New Report Shows Extent of Russia's Support for Trump Online; A 7-Year-Old Guatemalan Girl Who Died In The Custody Of Customs; A Texas Judge Rules ObamaCare Is Unconstitutional; Volatility Is The New Normal On Wall Street. Aired 6-7p ET
• President Trump Spends Most of Sunday Tweeting; Poll: Most Americans Think Trump is Lying about Russia; New Poll: Iowa Democrats Like Joe Biden for President in 2020. Aired 7-8p ET


December 15, 2018
• President Trump Announces Ryan Zinke Leaving Post as Interior Secretary; Texas Judge Rules Affordable Care Act Unconstitutional; Interview with Congressman Lou Correa; Seven-Year-Old Immigrant Girl Dies While in Border Patrol Custody; Trump Administration Tax Cut Reportedly Benefits Jared Kushner; North Carolina Officials May Order New Election for Congressional Ninth District; Largest Diamond Ever Found in North America Mined in Canada. Aired 10-11a ET
• U.S. Federal Judge Strikes Down ObamaCare; Cohen Says Trump Directed Him to Pay Hush Money; Australia Recognizes West Jerusalem as Capital of Israel; Death of Migrant Girl in U.S. Custody under Investigation; Fifth Weekend of Yellow Vest Protests in France. Aired 2-3a ET
• President Trump Announces Ryan Zinke Leaving Post as Interior Secretary; Mick Mulvaney to Become Acting White House Chief of Staff; Texas Judge Rules Affordable Care Act Unconstitutional; Former Trump Attorney Michael Cohen Publicly States He Will Provide Further Information to Special Counsel if Asked; President Trump Visits Arlington National Cemetery; Republican Legislatures in Wisconsin and Michigan Strip Powers of Incoming Democratic Governors. Aired 2-3p ET
• Trump Loses Another Cabinet Member; Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke to Leave at the End of the Year; Trump Names Budget Director Mulvaney As Acting Chief of Staff; Major Legal Battle Looms after Judge Strikes Down Obamacare; Judge's Ruling Threatens to End Protection for Those with Pre-Existing Medical Conditions; Mueller Still Wants to Interview President Trump; Mueller Slams Flynn in New Court Filing; Clock Ticking Toward Government Shutdown; North Carolina Bracing For Another Congressional Campaign. Aired 12-1p ET
• Major Legal Battle Looms after Judge Strikes Down Obamacare; Trump Loses Another Cabinet Member; 7-Year-Old Guatemalan Girl Dies in U.S. Custody; Safety Commission Recommends Gun Training for Teachers. Aired 11a-12p ET
• Texas Federal Judge Strikes Down Obamacare; Interior Secretary Resigns Amid Growing Ethics Investigations; Trump Picks Mick Mulvaney as Acting Chief of Staff; Special Counsel Dismisses Claims Flynn Was Set Up; AMI Flips, Says Trump Attended Meeting on Hush Money Payments; White House in Turmoil with Staff Shake-Ups & Investigations; Mulvaney Video: Trump "Terrible Human Being"; Parkland School Safety Commission Recommends Arming Teachers; Protests Expected in El Paso after 7-Year- Old Girl Dies in Border Patrol Custody; Texas Federal Judge Strikes Down Obamacare. Aired 1-2p ET
• Interior Secretary Resigns Amid Growing Ethics Investigations; Trump Picks Mick Mulvaney as Acting Chief of Staff; Texas Federal Judge Strikes Down Obamacare; Special Counsel Dismisses Claims Flynn Was Set Up; Mueller Wants Sit-Down Trump as Cohen Says President Can't Tell Truth; Protests in El Paso after 7-Year-Old Girl Dies in Border Patrol Custody; Special Counsel Court Filing Show Mystery Players in Russia Probe; U.S. Senate Votes to End Military Aide for Saudi War in Yemen, Condemns Saudi Crown Prince; Continuing Protests in France, Italy Talks Leaving Euro, U.K. Leaving E.U. as U.S. Resigns as World Policemen; Max Boot: Republicans "Becoming Authoritarian Party" with Power Grabs; World Leaders Work to Establish Climate Accord Rule Book. Aired 3-4p ET
• Michael Cohen Speaking Out After Being Sentenced To Three Years In Prison; Under Investigation Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke Is Now Leaving The President's Cabinet; Federal Judge In Texas Has Ruled Obamacare Unconstitutional; Governors Scott Walker And Rick Snyder Both Signed Some Very Controversial Measures In Wisconsin And Michigan; Department Of Homeland Security Is Proposing A New Policy To Deter Immigrants From Using Public Benefits; Delegates From Nearly 200 Nations Have Reached An Agreement To Put The 2015 Paris Climate Treaty Into Action; An American Student Studying Overseas Found Dying Of Stab Wounds In Her European Apartment. Aired 4-5p ET
• U.S. Federal Judge Strikes Down ObamaCare; Cohen Says Trump Directed Him to Pay Hush Money; Fifth Weekend of Yellow Vest Protests in France; Australia Recognizes West Jerusalem as Capital of Israel; Trump Names Mick Mulvaney Acting Chief of Staff; European Commission President Says U.K. Parliament Builds Mistrust of E.U.; Dolphin Defender Hardy Jones Dies at 75. Aired 3-4a ET
• U.S. Federal Judge Strikes Down ObamaCare; Cohen Says Trump Directed Him to Pay Hush Money; Fifth Weekend of Yellow Vest Protests in France; Australia Recognizes West Jerusalem as Capital of Israel; American Student Stabbed to Death in the Netherlands; COP24 Draws Toward Uncertain Close. Aired 4-5a ET
• U.S. Federal Judge Strikes Down ObamaCare; Mueller Memo Says Flynn Chose to Lie to the FBI; Cohen Says Trump Directed Him to Pay Hush Money; Fifth Weekend of Yellow Vest Protests in France; European Commission President Says U.K. Parliament Builds Mistrust of E.U.; Death of Migrant Girl in U.S. Custody under Investigation; Australia Recognizes West Jerusalem as Capital of Israel; Dolphin Defender Hardy Jones Dies at 75. Aired 5-6a ET
• 7-Year-Old Jakelin Caal Maquin Died In U.S. Border Custody; Secretary Of The Interior, Ryan Zinke, Announced He Is Out; Joe Biden Tops The Latest Polls In The Democratic Primary; Beto O'Rourke Is The Newest Name In The Democratic Primary Candidates; Yemen War Has Driven Millions To Brink Of Starvation; NYT Op-Ed Calls For End OF Saudi-Led War In Yemen; Federal Judge Strikes Down Affordable Care Act; Return Of The Notorious RBG. Aired 8-9p ET
• Ryan Zinke To Leave; Trump Investigations; Trump Inaugural Committee; Trump's Chief Of Staff; Girl's Father Has "No Issues" with Border Patrol's Treatment; Texas Federal Judge Strikes Down Obamacare; Parkland School Safety Commission Recommends Arming Teachers. Aired 5- 6p ET


December 14, 2018
• Manhunt Ends in Strasbourg; Earth's Life at Risk Each Day; Kid Dies in CBP's Custody; Butina Pleads Guilty. Aired 3-4 ET
• Senate Condemns Saudi Arabia; Cohen Accusations; Shutdown over Wall; Girl Dies in U.S. Custody; Mom Vanishes on Thanksgiving Day. Aired 9:30-10a ET
• Russia Investigation; Alleged Russian Spy Pleads Guilty in Federal Court; COP24 Climate Talks Head into the Final Hours; Rocket Powered Jet Reaches Earth's Outer Limits. Aired 1-2a ET
• The E.U. is Refusing to Provide Help to Theresa May; a Guatemalan Girl Dies While in the Custody of U.S. Border Patrol; Donald Trump is Trying to Shift the Blame to Michael Cohen; a Diplomatic Dispute Between China, U.S. and Canada; Accused Russian Spy Maria Butina in Custody; Cherif Chekatt Shot Dead in a Christmas Market in France. Aired 2-3 ET
• Legal Trouble Closing in on Trump?; Special Counsel Slams Michael Flynn's Criticism of FBI Interview. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• Russia Election Interference Probe Has Cost $25 Million So Far; Mueller Says Flynn "Chose to Make False Statements"; D.C. Court on High Alert Today Over Mueller Mystery; Dow Falls 500 points in Final Minutes of Trading. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• Cohen Says, I Lied Out of Loyalty to Trump; Outgoing Wisconsin Governor Signs Bill Weakening Power of Democrats; Any Moment Now Mueller Response to Flynn Sentencing Memo; Seven-Year-Old Girl Dies in Border Patrol Custody. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• The E.U. is Refusing to Provide Help to Theresa May; a Guatemalan Girl Dies While in the Custody of U.S. Border Patrol; Donald Trump is Trying to Shift the Blame to Michael Cohen; a Diplomatic Dispute Between China, U.S. and Canada; Accused Russian Spy Maria Butina in Custody; Cherif Chekatt Shot Dead in a Christmas Market in France. Aired 2-3a ET
• Manhunt Ends in Strasbourg; Earth's Life at Risk Each Day; Kid Dies in CBP's Custody; Butina Pleads Guilty. Aired 3-4a ET
• Lawmakers Leave Town with No Plan to Fund Government; Israel Prepares for Protests as Hamas Calls for Unrest in West Bank; Trump Threatens General Motors, says Company "Not Going to be Treated Well". Aired 10:30-11a ET
• Michael Cohen Breaks Silence After Sentencing; Michael Cohen: Trump not Telling the Truth in Relation to Russia Probe; Trump Inaugural Committee Under Criminal Investigation; Prosecutors Respond Today to Flynn's Request for No Jail Time; Trump Claims Flynn May have Been "Scared" into Making Up a Story; Senate Rebukes Trump, Condemns Saudi Arabia Over Khashoggi. Aired 9-9:30
• Michael Cohen Breaks Silence After Sentencing; Prosecutors Respond Today to Michael Flynn's Request for No Jail Time. Aired 10- 10:30a ET
• Poll: Biden Leads Democrats for 2020 Presidential Race; Christie Turns Down Chief of Staff Position; Sen. Hatch Walks Back Statement on Trump Criminal Implications; Seth Waxman: "Collusion Is a Crime"; Prosecutors Investigating Trump's 2017 Inaugural Committee for Financial Abuse; Michael Cohen Unleashes on Trump During ABC Interview. Aired 2:30-3p ET
• U.K. Prime Minister Back in Brussels to Shore Up Brexit Deal; Christmas Market Shooting Suspect Killed by Police; Canada Caught in Crossfire of China-U.S. Row; U.S. Senate Votes to End Military Support for War; Two Israeli Soldiers Killed in West Bank; Yemen's Warring Parties Agree To Ceasefire In Hodeidah; Trump: I Never Directed Cohen "To Do Anything Wrong"; Alleged Russian Spy Pleads Guilty In Federal Court. Aired 12m-1a ET


December 13, 2018
• Cohen Faces Three Years in Prison; Theresa May Survives a No- Vote; Train Collision Claims Nine Lives; China and Canada's Dispute Broadens. Aired 3-4a ET
• Former Attorney Michael Cohen Sentenced to 3 Years in Prison; Plea Hearing for Alleged Russian SpyMaria Butina Begins; Three People Missing in West Virginia Mine Found Alive; U.S. Futures Slightly Higher Amid U.S.-China Trade Talks; Time Runs Out for U.S. Lawmakers to Fund Government; Donald Trump Fires Back at Michael Cohen Sentencing; Congress Seeking Interview with Michael Cohen and Other Mueller Witnesses; National Enquirer Publisher Lands Immunity Deal Over Hush Payments; Aired 9-9:30a ET
• Pelosi Pledges Limits; Deal on Sexual Harassment Legislation; Pompeo and Mattis Brief House; Families Devastated by War in Yemen; Two Canadians Detained in China. Aired 9:30-10a ET
• Plea Hearing for Alleged Russian Spy Maria Butina; Pompeo, Mattis Brief House on Saudi Arabia, War in Yemen; Melania Trump Opens Up about Life in the White House; British Prime Minister Survives Vote on Her Leadership; Interview With Rep. Tom Reed and Rep. John Garamendi. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• Senate Passes Bill Restricting U.S. Involvement in Yemen War; Trump Lashes Out at Cohen, Mueller; Melania Trump Poll Numbers Dropping; Alleged Russian Spy Pleads Guilty to Conspiring Against U.S. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• British Prime Minister Theresa May Survives No Confidence Vote; International Manhunt for Christmas Market Gunman Cherif Chekatt; Passenger Train Crashes in Turkey, Killing 7; Trump's Ex-Lawyer Given Three-Year Prison Term; Second Canadian Questioned in China and Now Missing; State News: Passenger Train Crashes In Turkey; CPJ: Spike In Jailed Journalists Is The "New Normal"; Alleged Russian Spy Maria Butina Set To Plead Guilty. Aired 12-1a ET
• May Survives No-Confidence Vote, Brexit Hurdles Remain; Interview with MP Bernard Jenkin; Interview with MP George Freeman; The U.S. President and the War on Truth; Time Running Out on Climate Change; Theresa May Survives No-Confidence Vote; International Manhunt For Christmas Market Gunman; Second Canadian Questioned In China And Now Missing; Trump's Ex Lawyer Given Three-Year Prison Term; Russia: Maria Butina A Political Prisoner & Tortured. Aired 1-2a ET
• Senate Passes Bill Restricting U.S. Involvement in Saudi-Led Yemen War; Exhausted Families Demand End to War in Yemen as Situation Worsens; Strasbourg Attack Suspect Killed by Police; Melania Trump's Favorability Plummets; Panel Advises Arming Teachers After 17 Killed at Florida School; Gun Deaths Reach Highest Level in Nearly 40 Years. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• Meng Wanzhou: Trump Could Intervene In Case Of Huawei Executive; Passenger Train Crashes in Turkey, Killing 7; British Prime Minister Theresa May Survives No Confidence Vote; Trump's Ex-Lawyer Given Three-Year Prison Term; International Manhunt for Christmas Market Gunman Cherif Chekat. Aired 2-3a ET
• Donald Trump Fires Back at Michael Cohen Sentencing; Congress Seeking Interview with Michael Cohen and Other Mueller Witnesses; National Enquirer Publisher Lands Immunity Deal Over Hush Payments; Alleged Russian Spy Maria Butina to Plead Guilty. Aired 10-10:30a ET
• China Detains 2nd Canadian in Standoff Involving Trump; Senator Inhofe Criticized for Raytheon Stock Purchase after Pushing for More DOD Spending; Cohen Could Go to Cushy Prison in Otisville. Aired 2:30- 3p ET
• Trump Says Cohen Prosecutors Are Trying to Embarrass Me; Trump's Legal Peril Grows as Ex-Friends Flip on Him; Trump Says, Don't Think We Made Payments to Tabloid -- Despite Evidence


December 12, 2018
• Vote of No-Confidence Underway in Britain; Terror Attack in France Killed Three and Injured Dozens; Huawei's CFO Out with a Hefty Bail. Aired 3-4a ET
• Cohen to be Sentenced; Shutdown over Wall; Marriott Data Breach; Russian Spy is Political Prisoner. Aired 9:30-10a ET
• Trump Threatens Shutdown in Tense Oval Office Meeting with Democrats; Trump's Former Attorney Michael Cohen to Be Sentenced; U.S. Futures Higher Amid U.S.-China Trade Talks. Aired 9-9:30
• AMI Reaches Plea Deal With Federal Prosecutors; British Lawmakers Decide Theresa May's Fate; Trump Fixer Michael Cohen Sentenced to Three Years in Prison. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• Macron Announces Concessions, Holds Crisis Meetings; Russia Sends Strategic Bombers to Venezuela; Flynn Asks Judge to Spare Him from Prison; Arctic Warming Unlike Any Period on Record; Scientists Sound Alarm on Climate Change after Deadly Wildfires; Pence Silent a Trump and Democrats Spar; Hunt For Gunman Who Killed 3 At Strasbourg Market; Huawei CFO Meng Wanzhou Released On Bail In Canada; President Clashes With Democrats In Heated Exchange; Two Reuters Staff Among "Time Person Of The Year"; Philippines Targets "Rappler" Journalist Maria Ressa; Time Magazine Applauds Those Fighting For Truth. Aired 1- 2a ET
• Results Soon in Secret Vote to Decide Theresa May's Fate; Trump Accused of "Mansplaining" to Pelosi; Trump on Associates' Contact with Russians, "Peanut Stuff"; Russia Accuses U.S. of Torturing Accused by Maria Butina. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• Trump's Lawyer Cohen Sentenced to Three Years in Prison; New York Prosecutors Reach Deal with Tabloid Involved in Hush Money Payments for Trump; Secret Vote Underway to Decide Theresa May's Fate. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• Michael Cohen Due to be Sentenced Today; Michael Flynn Seeks No Prison Time; Trump Threatens to Shut Down Government Over Border Well; Aired 10-10:30a ET
• Trump's Ex-Lawyer Cohen Sentenced to Three Years in Prison; Cohen Attorney, Petrillo, Compares Russia Probe to Watergate; House Passes Rule Gutting a Bill that Pulls Back Support for Saudi-Led War in Yemen; Deal Reached on Legislation on How Congress Handles Internal Sexual Harassment Complaints; Protests Break Out in Michigan over Outgoing Republican Power Grab. Aired 2:30-3p ET
• British PM Faces No-Confidence Vote Amid Brexit Chaos; House Leadership being Briefed on Khashoggi Death; Cohen Seated in Court Room Awaiting Sentencing. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• Conservative Party Lawmakers Triggering That Vote Of No Confidence In Theresa May's Leadership To Be Held Later On Wednesday; The French Authorities Heading Up A Massive Manhunt For A Gunman Who Killed Three People And Wounded 13 Others In Strasbourg. Aired: 4-5a ET
• Conservative Party Lawmakers Triggering That Vote Of No Confidence In Theresa May's Leadership To Be Held Later On Wednesday. Aired: 5-6a ET
• Hunt for Gunman Who Killed Three At France Christmas Market; Trump Threatens Government Shutdown In Border Wall Feud; Manafort May Not Fight Claims He Lied To Mueller. Aired 12-1a ET
• Hunt for Strasbourg Market Gunman; Huawei CFO Released on Bail in Canada; British Prime Minister Meets Top E.U. Leaders: President Clashes with Democrats in Heated Exchange; Strasbourg Shooting: France Hunts Gunman as Alert Level Raised; Reuters: May No-Confidence Vote Triggered In Britain; Macron Says He Sympathizes With Protesting Students; Vote Of No Confidence In Theresa May To Be Held Wednesday. Aired 2-3a ET


December 11, 2018
• Theresa May's Political Future Hanging by a Thread; Macron's Concessions No Effect to Protesters; Climate Change Worsen by the Day. Aired 3-4a ET
• Climate Change Causing Warmth; Rape Suspect Reaches Plea Deal; Google CEO Testifies; Bill to Oversee Ads. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• China Detains Canadian; Stocks Jump on Trade Talks; Google Denies Bias Claims; EPA Announces Changes; Documents Detail Sandy Hook Shooter. Aired 9:30-10a ET
• Shooting Kills One in France; Paul Manafort in Court; President Trump Accepts Blame For Potential Government Shutdown. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• Markets Unsettled by Britain's E.U. Exit Uncertainty; Once Pro- Leave U.K. Town; New York Government Urges Business to Cut Ties with NRA; Students Plan Black Tuesday Rallies And Marches; Bail Hearing For CFO To Resume In Coming Hours; U.S. Efforts To Promote Fossil Fuels Mocked At COP24; Climate Refugees Flee Drought And Starvation.. Aired 1-2a ET
• U.S. Clips Accused Russian Spy Who Infiltrated NRA and GOP Circles; Judge Sets January Hearing Date for Manafort Lying Accusations; Cohen Aided Prosecutors in Trump Organization Probe; Democrat Who Will Lead Oversight Committee Weighs in on Trump; Trump Says He'd Be Proud to Shut down the Government. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• Trump Clashes with Pelosi And Schumer in Extraordinary Live White House Meeting; Orrin Hatch Says I Don't Care About Trump Criminal Allegations; Soon to Happen: Flynn Sentencing Memo, Manafort Hearing on Alleged Lies. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• Google CEO to Respond to Claims of Political Bias; China Detains Former Canadian Diplomat; Forty Four U.S. Senators Warn of Entering a Dangerous Period; GOP Shrugs at Trump's Involvement in Cohen Crimes; Pelosi, Schumer Meeting with Trump Over Looming Shutdown; U.S. Futures Higher After Wild Day on Wall Street. Aired 9- 9:30a ET
• Michael Flynn Sentencing Filing and Paul Manafort Hearing This Week; Nancy Pelosi, Chuck Schumer Meeting with Trump Over Looming Shutdown; Trump Interested in David Bossie as Chief of Staff; NOAA Reports on Human-Made Climate Change; Aired 10-10:30a ET
• Trump, Democrats Clash in White House Meeting over Government Shutdown; China Detains Ex-Canadian Diplomat after Chinese Executive's Arrest; U.S. Rips Russia for Sending Bombers to Venezuela; No Prison, $400 Fine for Ex-Baylor Flat Leader in Rape Case. Aired 2:30-3p ET
• Macron Responds to Weeks of Violent Protests; Bail Hearing for Huawei CFO to Resume in Coming Hours; E.U. Rules Out Renegotiation But Agrees To Talk. Aired 12-1a ET
• Emmanuel Macron Caves In and Offers Minimum Wage Rise After Yellow Vest Protests Spark Violence across France; Bail Hearing For CFO To Resume In Coming Hours; U.S. Military Responds To Russia Aggression; Israel Clear Mines Near Jesus Baptismal Site. Aired 2-3a ET


December 10, 2018
• Paul Manafort Lied About Konstantin Kilimnik; Four Candidates for Job of Chief of Staff of President Trump; Former Nissan Chairman and Top Executive Arrested in Japan; Extreme Weather in Southern Part of U.S.; CNN Hero of the Year; Nobel Peace Prize Winner. Aired 03:30- 04a ET
• Transcript of Khashoggi's Murder; Republican Anxiety over Trump Legal Troubles; Possible Kelly Replacements; Supreme Court Ruling on Planned Parenthood. Aired 9:30-10a ET
• CNN Briefed on Audio Recording of Khashoggi Killing; Manafort Lied about Ties with Russian National; Macron to Address Nation Amid "Yellow Vest" Protests; South Korean President Sees Sinking Popularity; The Nobel "Angel"; Crucial Vote On Brexit Deal Slated For Tuesday; Theresa May's Options If Parliament Rejects Deal; Italy's Budget Battle With E.U. Raises Exit Questions. Aired 1-2a ET
• U.S. Joins Russia and Saudi Arabia to Weaken Climate Change Response; White House Chief of Staff Search Continues; Legal Problems Closing in on Trump?. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• Implicated in Two Federal Crimes; Final Moments of Jamal Khashoggi; Court Filings Relating to the Sentencing of Michael Cohen; Parliament Will Vote on Theresa May's Brexit Deal; Emmanuel Macron Dealing With Multiple Protests; Climate Change: COP24 Fails To Adopt Key Scientific Report; South Korean President Sees Sinking Popularity; Winter Storm Dirupts Travel, Impacts Millions In U.S.; Loyal Dog Waits For Owner At Burned Home. Aired 2-3a ET
• Prosecutors Implicate Trump in Two Crimes in 2016 Campaign; Top Democrats Raise Prospect of Impeachment and Jail Time for President Trump; Comey: Impeachment would "Let the Country Off the Hook"; Futures Point Slightly Lower Amid Trade Tension. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• Comey Calls on Americans to "Use Every Breath" to Oust Trump; Alleged Russian Spy Who Courted GOP Appears to Reach Plea Deal; Kavanaugh Joins Liberals in Rejecting Planned Parenthood Case; Manafort Waives Right to Appear in Tomorrow's Court Hearing; Study Shows Breast Cancer Screening Guidelines Need Update. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• Comey Calls on Americans to Use Every Breath to Oust Trump; "New York Times" Says Federal Prosecutor Should Focus on Trump's Family Business; Source Who Has Read Transcript Says Khashoggi's Last Words Were "I Can't Breathe". Aired 2-2:30p ET
• Trump's Leading Chief of Staff Candidate Turns Down Job; Prosecutors Implicate Trump in Two Federal Crimes in 2016 Campaign; California Recovering and Reflecting After Deadly Wildfires; Aired 10- 10:30a ET
• Scientists Sound Alarm on Climate Change after Deadly Wildfires; British PM Speaks after Move to Delay Brexit Vote; Trump: Chief of Staff John Kelly will be Leaving at End of Year. Aired 10:30- 11a ET
• Macron to Address Nation Amid "Yellow Vest" Protests; Drought Forces Many Migrants to Leave Latin America; Southern U.S. Hit By Dangerous Winter Storm; Audio Recording of Khashoggi Killing. Aired 12-1a ET
• Source: Khashoggi's Last Words Were "I Can't Breathe"; British P.M. May Delays Crucial Brexit Vote; Meng Wanzhou's Lawyers Request Bail as Trade Tensions Rise; Jehovah's Witnesses Targeted 5 Times in Washington State; Video Shows Police Yanking 1-Year-Old from Mom's Arms; Prosecutors Implicate Trump in Campaign Finance Law Violations. Aired 2:30-3p ET


December 09, 2018
• Trump Attacks Mueller, Comey as Russia Cloud Darkens; James Comey Testifies in Congress; Jared Kushner Offered Advice to Saudi Prince on Khashoggi Killing; Nick Ayers Will Not Replace John Kelly. Aired 4-5p ET
• Mueller Probes Points to Trump; Jamal Khashoggi's Last Words; Impeachment Over Hush Money; Paul Manafort Lied about Konstatin Kilimnik; Major Storm Dumps Snow on Southeast, CNN Hero of the Year. Aired 5-6p ET
• President Donald Trump Spent His Sunday Working, Railed Against Former FBI Director James Comey; Chief Of Staff John Kelly Will Leave His Post At The End Of The Year; Senior Adviser And Son-In-Law, Jared Kushner, Was Advising The Saudi Crown Prince Even After He Was Accused Of Ordering Khashoggi's Killing; Robert Mueller Says Paul Manafort Lied To Investigators; A Massive Winter Storm Is Hitting The Southeast; Allegations Of Election Fraud In North Carolina; Aired 2-3p ET
• U.S. Lawmakers Release Comey Interview Transcript; White House Chief of Staff John Kelly Leaving at Year's End; Jared Kushner Advised MBS after Jamal Khashoggi Was Killed; Yellow Vest Protests in France; Trump "Very Happy" with New Mueller Findings that Implicate Him in Directing Payoffs; U.K. Prime Minister Theresa May Warns of "Uncharted Waters" ahead of Key Vote; Atlanta United Wins Title in Its Second Season. Aired 4-5a ET
• Trump "Very Happy" with New Mueller Findings that Implicate Him in Directing Payoffs; U.S. Lawmakers Release Comey Interview Transcript; Jared Kushner Advised MBS after Jamal Khashoggi Was Killed; Yellow Vest Protests in France; E.U. Departure Could Spike Cost of Sandwiches in U.K.; White House Chief of Staff John Kelly Leaving at Year's End; Workers Claim Trump Club Hired Undocumented Immigrants; Dire Consequences if Warming Exceeds Critical Threshold; Atlanta United Wins Title in Its Second Season. Aired 5-6a ET
• Yellow Vest Protests in France; Jared Kushner Advised MBS after Jamal Khashoggi Was Killed; U.S. Lawmakers Release Comey Interview Transcript; U.K. Prime Minister Theresa May Warns of "Uncharted Waters" ahead of Key Vote; Global Efforts to Slow Climate Change. Aired 3-3:30a ET
• President Donald Trump Believes There Is No Collusion; President Trump Is Now Considering Four People For Chief Of Staff; Investors Are Nervously Watching And Hoping For A Santa Claus Rally As Financial Markets Get Set To Open For Trade This Week; EPA to Roll Back Obama-Era Emissions Rule; Time Runs Out for Young War Victims in Yemen; Major Winter Storm Dumping Snow, Ice on Southeast; 2018 CNN Hero of the Year Revealed Tonight. Aired 6-7p ET
• Top Democrats Raise Prospect of Impeachment, Jail Time for Trump; Pence's Chief of Staff to Leave White House, Won't Replace Kelly; Democrats, GOP Disagree on Whether Trump Will Be Indicted; Dozens of Democrats Weighing Whether to Launch 2020 Bids; U.S. Senators Were Briefed By The CIA On Their Assessment Of "Washington Post" Journalist Jamal Khashoggi's Killing; Robert de Niro Returns To "Saturday Night Live"; Presentation of 2018 CNN Hero Of the Year; North Korea's Kim Jong-Un Has Moved On. Aired 7-8p ET
• Trump Attack Mueller: Comey As Russia Cloud Darkens; Trump Downplays Mueller's Revealing Memos; Kushner Offer Advice To The Crowned Prince; Trump's Two Crimes In 2016 Campaign; Workers Claim Trump New Jersey Club Hired Undocumented Immigrants. Aired 3-4p ET


December 08, 2018
• Justice Department Implicates President in Campaign Finance Violations; Sentencing Memo for Michael Cohen Released; President Trump Tweets Newly Released Documents Concerning Special Counsel Investigation Clear Him; Former Mueller Colleague Kristan Peters- Hamlin Interviewed; Annual Army-Navy Football Game to Commence. Aired 10-11a ET
• Paris Braces as Fourth Weekend of Yellow Vest Demonstrations Begin; Six Killed in Italy Night Club Stampede; Prosecutors Say Cohen Committed Crimes at Direction of Trump; Trump Blasts Tillerson as "Dumb" and "Lazy," Kelly Out Soon; Charlottesville Terrorist Convicted of Murder; Ice in Greenland Melting at Unprecedented Rate. Aired 3- 3:30a ET
• Prosecutors Implicate Trump in Two Crimes in 2016 Campaign; Manafort Tried to Hide Contacts with White House Officials; Transcripts of Comey Testimony Expected Today; CBS Still Paying Sex Assault Claim for "60 Minutes" Creator; Army-Navy: 119th Edition of America's Game. Aired 11a-12p ET
• President Trump Announces Departure of John Kelly as White House Chief of Staff; Sentencing Memo for Michael Cohen Released; Donald Trump Announces Nominee for Attorney General William Barr; Special Counsel Releases Reasons for Ending Manafort Cooperation Deal; President Trump Tweets Newly Released Documents Concerning Special Counsel Investigation Clear Him; James Comey Testifies in Closed Door Meeting with Members of Congress; Annual Army-Navy Football Game to Commence. Aired 2-3p ET
• Russia Investigation - Prosecutors Implicate Trump in Two Crimes in 2016 Campaign; Mueller - Trump Tower Moscow Project Occurred As Russian Government Worked to Interfere in US Presidential Election; Democrats Jockeying for Position Ahead of 2020 Race; Man Who Killed Protester Faces Life in Prison; FBI: Hate Crimes Incidents Increase 17 Percent in 2017; 700-Plus Arrested as Violent Protests Rock Paris. Aired 12-1p ET
• Prosecutors Say Cohen Committed Crimes at Direction of Trump; Paris Braces as Fourth Weekend of Yellow Vest Demonstrations Begin; Trump Blasts Tillerson as "Dumb" and "Lazy," Kelly Out Soon; Tear Gas Fired on Paris Protesters; Chinese Executive Detained, Accused of Fraud. Aired 4-5a ET
• General Mark Mille Is The New Head Of The Joint Chiefs Of Staff; Special Counsel Robert Mueller Says Former Trump Campaign Chairman Paul Manafort Lied About Five Major Things; John Kelly Will Be Leaving White House At The End Of The Year; President's Former Campaign Adviser George Papadopoulos Is Out Of Prison. Aired 1-2p ET
• Paris Braces as Fourth Weekend of Yellow Vest Demonstrations Begin; Prosecutors Say Cohen Committed Crimes at Direction of Trump; Trump Picks Heather Nauert as U.S. Ambassador to U.N., William Barr as Attorney General; Right Wing Supporters Gather in Rome. Aired 5-6a ET
• President Trump's Former Attorney, Michael Cohen, Broke Campaign Finance Law; President Confirmed Some News About His Chief Of Staff; President Trump Firing Back Against His Former Secretary Of State, Rex Tillerson, Calling Him Dumb As A Rock; Kushner Became The Prince's Most Important Defender Within The White House After This Scandal Broke; Trump National Golf Club At Bedminster, New Jersey Knowingly Hired Illegal Immigrants; Tensions In France Have Turned Violent And Deadly. Aired 4-5p ET
• Trump Says He's "Very Happy" with New Mueller Filings; Paul Manafort Lied About Five Major Issues; James Comey Questioned Behind Closed Doors; Trump Confirms John Kelly Will Leave White House Position; Evidence of Election Irregularities Mounts in North Carolina; Kevin Hart Drops Oscars Gig Over Past Homophobic Tweets. Aired 3-4p ET
• Report: Trump White House "Winging It" ahead of Mueller Report; Trump: WH Chief of Staff Kelly Leaving at End of Year; Trump Nominates William Barr to be his Next Attorney General; SPACEX Cargo, Holiday Treats Arrive at ISS; Comey On Flynn; Cohen Lied Publicly; Paul Manafort's Plea Deal. Aired 5-6p ET


December 07, 2018
• Huawei's Heiress Arrested in Canada; Brexit Voters Wants Results; Yemen Hoping for Peace; No Deal Done at OPEC; France No Stranger to Protests. Aired 3-4a ET
• Comey Arrives on Capitol Hill; New Jobs Numbers; DOJ To Seek Extradition of Chinese Executive; Trump Nominates Barr; Trump Announces Nominations; Army Versus Navy. Aired 9:30-10a ET
• John Kelly Expected to Resign Soon; Mueller to Outline Accusations Against Paul Manafort, Michael Cohen; Mueller to Make Sentencing Recommendation for Michael Cohen; U.S. Adds 155,000 Jobs; New Reports Suggests Acting FBI Director McCabe Opened Obstruction of Justice Probe on Trump After Comey's Firing Before Mueller's Appointment; Markets Rattled By Arrest of Chinese Tech Executive; Kevin Hart Steps Down as Oscar Host Over Past Anti-Gay Tweets; Mueller to Reveal New Details Today on Manafort and Cohen; Trump Lashes Out Ahead of Mueller Details on Manafort and Cohen; Huawei Executive's Arrest Raises Fears Over Trade War. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• James Comey Testifies in Private on Capitol Hill; Trump Nominates Heather Nauert as U.N. Ambassador; GOP Official in Texas Says He Could Be Ousted for Muslim Faith. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• Obstruction of Justice Probe on Trump; Key Details Expected Friday through Court Filings, Hearings; Thousands of Troops in Paris for "Yellow Vest" Protests; Belfast Residents Have Mixed Views about Brexit; Golden Globe Nominations Kick Off Award Season; New Yorkers Flock to See Celebrity Duck; Kevin Hart Steps Down From Hosting Oscars; U.S. Seeks Extradition Of Huawei CFO Meng Wanzhou; Global Confusion Over Status Of China-U.S. Trade Talks; All-Clear Given After CNN Offices In NY Evacuated; Yemen Peace Talks Get Underway In Sweden. Aired 1-2a ET
• New Details in the Russia Investigation; Donald Trump, a President Who Needs to be Reined In; Kevin Hart Will No Longer Be Hosting the Oscars; Meng Wanzhou Arrested in Canada; All Clear From Police After a Bomb Threat at CNN Offices; Yemen's Warring Sides Gather In Sweden for Peace Talks; Possible Plea Deal For Alleged Spy Maria Butina; Cubans Get Web Access On Cell Phones; Trump Administration Eases Rules For New Coal Plants Under EPA Chief, Who Is A Former Coal Lobbyist. Aired 2-3a ET
• Trump Nominates Bill Barr as AG and Heather Nauert as U.N. Ambassador; Mueller to Outline Accusations Against Paul Manafort, Michael Cohen; Mueller to Make Sentencing Recommendation for Michael Cohen. Aired 10-10:30a ET
• Giuliani Says Mueller Has Accused Manafort Of Lying About Trump; Mueller's Team Has Questioned John Kelly; Rex Tillerson Says Trump Is Undisciplined and Doesn't Like to Read. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• Awaiting Mueller's New Revelations on Manafort and Cohen; FBI Joins North Carolina Election Fraud Probe with a Person of Interest Named; Trump Calls Tillerson "Dumb as a Rock, Lazy as Hell"; Army and Navy to Face Off for the 119th Time. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• Mueller to Release Filings on Manafort and Cohen; Rex Tillerson Breaks Silence on President Trump; Stock Market Plummets. Aired 3- 3:30p ET
• Tillerson: Trump Told Me to Do Things that Would Violate the Law; Market Volatility Causes Anxiety for Trump; Trump Administration Hopes to Use Wanzhou Arrest for Leverage in Trade; Kevin Hart Bows as Oscars Host Due to Homophobic Tweets; Giuliani: Mueller Has Accused Manafort of Lying about Trump. Aired 2:30-3p ET


December 06, 2018
• U.S. Warships Headed to Black Sea; Bipartisan Resolution Introduced Calling MBS Complicit; U.K. Parliament Driving Brexit Talks; People Power Defeats Tax Hikes; Last Glance to a Great Leader. Aired 3-4a ET
• Aid Groups Struggle to Save Young Lives; Senators: Crown Prince "Complicit" in Khashoggi Killing; France Cancels Fuel Tax Increase for 2019; U.K. Parliament to Vote on Brexit Deal December 11; E-mail Shows Facebook Tried to Profit from User Data; Sesame Workshop's "Learn through Play" for Refugee Children; : U.S. Challenges Russian Claims On Sea Of Japan; 41st U.S. President Lies In Repose; CFO Of Chinese Tech Company Huawei Arrested; Satellite Images Show Expansion Of Missile Sites. Aired 1-2a ET
• New Attorney General Candidate Emerges; Texas Celebrates President George H.W. Bush; Stocks Drop Following Arrest of Chinese Executive. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• U.S. Prepares to Send Warship to Black Sea; Satellite Images Show North Korea Expanding Missile Sites; LEGO Foundation Grants $100 Million to Sesame Workshop to Bring "Learn Through Play" To Refugee Children; U.S. Senators Claim Saudi Crown Prince "Complicit" in Khashoggi Killing; State Funeral for the 41st U.S. President; Trump Has Repeatedly Slammed Bush Family; CFO of Chinese Tech Company Huawei Arrested; 2018 Carbon Emissions to Hit All-Time High; Saving the Great Barrier Reef. Aired 12-1a ET
• Yemen Peace Talks To Begin Today In Sweden, Says U.N.; U.S. Prepares to Send Warship to Black Sea; U.S. Senators Claim Saudi Crown Prince "Complicit" in Khashoggi Killing; France Cancels Fuel Tax Increase for 2019; Brexit Legal Memo, U.K. Risks Endless E.U. Negotiations; CFO of Chinese Tech Company Huawei Arrested; British Academic Talks about Detention in UAE. Aired 2-3a ET
• Train Carrying Bush Casket on Journey to Final Resting Place; North Carolina GOP Open to New Election Amid Fraud Claims. Aired 3:30- 4p ET
• Dow Tanks on Trump Trade Fears and The Arrest of Chinese Executive; Train Carrying Bush Casket on Journey to Final Resting Place; Bush 41's Attorney General is Top Candidate to Replace Jeff Sessions; Mueller Poised to Reveal Secrets About Manafort And Cohen. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• Report: Trump White House "Winging It" Ahead of Mueller Report; Senators Working on Bipartisan Deal to Denounce Saudis; N.C. GOP Open to New Election Amid Fraud Claims; Wisconsin GOP Defiantly Strips Power from Incoming Democrats; Train Carrying Bush Casket on Journey to Final Resting Place. Aired 2:30-3p ET
• Final Farewell to George Herbert Walker Bush. Aired 10-10:30a ET


December 05, 2018
• CIA Chief Briefs U.S. Senators On Jamal Khashoggi Murder; U.S. Markets Closed Day After Steep Drop On Trade Fears; Outrage In France; Israel Begins Operation To Expose And Thwart Tunnels; Yemen In Crisis; Missing Journalist, Austin Tice; U.S.-North Korea Relations; Americans Pay Tribute As Former President Lies In State; Robot With An Attitude; No Jail Time for Mike Flynn; U.S. Lawmakers Believed MBS Behind Khashoggi's Murder; Trump Confusing Tweets Rattles the Market; Theresa May Lost Three Key Votes in Parliament. Aired 3-4a ET
• U.S. Warship Prepping to Sail Into Black Sea Amid Russia- Ukraine Tensions; Trump Planning Second Nuclear Summit With North Korea?; Trump Under Pressure After New Special Counsel Filings. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• Fueling Speculation, Obama Meets with O'Rourke and Gillum; Trump in Damage Control as Fears Grow Over China Truce on Trade; George W. Bush Shares Sweet Moment with Michelle Obama; Bush 41 Brings Together Trumps, Obamas, Clintons. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• The State Funeral of George H.W. Bush. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• Special Counsel Recommends No Jail Time For Flynn; What If Trump Hadn't Won The Presidency?; CIA Chief Briefs U.S. Senators On Journalist Death; China Commits To Trade Truce Agreement With U.S.; Discussing Brexit Battle in England's "Leave Country"; French Government Suspends Fuel Tax Hike for Six Months; Yemeni Peace Talks; U.S. Set to Withdraw from Missile Treaty in 60 Days; Russian Media Grow Increasingly Critical of Trump. Aired 1-2a ET
• The State Funeral of Former President George Herbert Walker Bush. Aired 10-10:30a ET
• Presidential Aircraft Departs for Texas; Number of Moments During Funeral Seem to Reference Trump; James Baker to Give George H.W. Bush Final Tribute at Funeral in Texas Tomorrow. Aired 2:30-3p ET
• The State Funeral of George H.W. Bush. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• U.N.: 24 Million People in Yemen Will Need Aid in 2019; Special Counsel Recommends No Jail Time For Flynn; France Suspends Fuel Tax Hike for Six Months. Aired 12-1a ET
• Mueller Says Michael Flynn Gave 'First-Hand' Details of Trump Transition Team Contacts with Russians; U.S. Senator Says Saudi Crown Prince Complicit in Khashoggi Murder; French Government Announces Six- Month Fuel Tax Suspension. Aired 2-3a ET


December 04, 2018
• E.U. Lawyers, Britain Can Unilaterally Stop Brexit Process; Israel Taking Aim At Cross-Border Tunnels; French Government Join Anti-Government Protest; Climate Change Talks; Attenborough Calls On World Leaders To Act; Theresa May's Brexit Plan At Stake; Jamal Khashoggi Murder Case; Pinot Noir-2D2, Robot On The Rocks; Violence in France Continues Over Oil Hike; Stock Markets Response Positive on U.S.-China Truce; President George H.W. Bush Remembered for His Legacy. Aired 3-4a ET
• New Member Democratic Priorities; Russia Says Dialogue isn't Working; Second Trump-Kim Meeting; House Race under Scrutiny; Fentanyl Classified as Controlled Substance. Aired 9:30-10a ET
• Former Vice President Biden Says He is the Most Qualified Person to Be President; Fraud Allegation could Lead to New North Carolina Election; President George H.W. Bush Lies in State at U.S. Capitol; Trump to Meet Privately with Bush Family Today; Washington Post Reports the Bush Family Wants to Steer Clear of Anti-Trump Sentiment; CIA Director to Brief Key Senators on Murder of Jamal Khashoggi; Forty Six Freshmen Dems to Leaders: Legislation Before Investigation; Dow to Fall at Open, Investors Watching U.S.-China Deal; Michael Flynn Report Expected to Reveal New Details in Mueller Probe; Eric Trump Slams George Conway For Showing "Utter Disrespect". Aired 9-9:30a ET
• British Parliament Begins Debate on Brexit Plan Tuesday; Attenborough Calls on World Leaders to Act; Migrants Taking Risky Trips Across English Channel; Former U.S. President Remembered Fondly in China; Fuel Tax Protest Sparks Rioting In Paris; Trump And Xi Agree To Put Off Raising Tariffs; Former President Lying In State At U.S. Capitol; Trump And All Living Former U.S. Presidents To Attend Memorial Service Wednesday At National Cathedral; Reagan's Daughter Takes A Swipe At Trump. Aired 1-2a ET
• Mueller to Reveal How Michael Flynn Cooperated; GOP Election Fraud in North Carolina?; Dow in Freefall. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• Dow Plunges over Confusion on Trade War Negotiations with China; Hundreds of Bush Relatives Pay Their Respects; Trump to Visit Bush Family to Offer Private Condolences; Biden Says I'm the Most Qualified Person to Be President; Salesforce CEO Says Facebook Is the New Cigarettes. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• Dow Plunges Over Confusion on Trade War Negotiations; Senator Graham Says, "Not A Smoking Gun, There's A Smoking Saw"; Mueller's Big Week Begins with Flynn Sentencing Memo; Trump Floats Manafort Pardon. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• National Republican Congressional Committee Hacked; Eric Trump Lashes Out at George Conway; Biden Contemplates Presidential Run; Missouri Police Chief Apologizes Amid Systemic Problem of Rape Kits Destroyed Across U.S. Aired 2:30-3p ET
• Michael Flynn Report Expected to Reveal New Details in Mueller Probe; CIA Director to Brief Key Senators on Murder of Jamal Khashoggi; President George H.W. Bush Lies in State at the U.S. Capitol. Aired 10-10:30a ET
• Gen. Colin Powell Pays Respect to George H.W. Bush; GOP Lawmakers in Wisconsin and Michigan Try to Limit Power of Incoming Democrats; Former NFL Star Faces New Assault Accusations. Aired 10:30- 11a ET
• National Republican Congressional Committee Hacked; Eric Trump Lashes Out at George Conway; Biden Contemplates Presidential Run; Missouri Police Chief Apologizes Amid Systemic Problem of Rape Kits Destroyed Across US. Aired 2:30-3p ET
• French Paramedics Join Anti-Government Protests; COP24 Climate Conference Kicks Off in Poland; OSIRIS-REx Spacecraft Arrives at Asteroid Bennu; Former President George H.W. Bush Lying in State at U.S. Capitol. Aired 12-1a ET
• Poland Literally Filled an International Climate Change Conference with Coal; Israel Launches Operation Northern Shield; French Protesters, "Yellow Vests," Pull Out of Talks; Former President George H.W. Bush Lying in State at U.S. Capitol; Court Documents Show Cohen Updated Trump on Moscow Deal. Aired 2-3a ET


December 03, 2018
• Text Messages Clue to Khashoggi's Death; Earthquake Paralyzes Some Transportation in Alaska; Temporary Truce Agreed Between U.S. and China; Farewell to President George H.W. Bush; World Headlines; Major Developments About the Trump Tower Moscow Project; France Considers "All Options" to Quell Violent Protests; Rappler CEO Surrenders to Court, Posts Bail; Alaskan Earthquake Aftermath; Backlash Deepens Over Gene-Edited Twins; Stars Perform at Nelson Mandela Tribute Concert; New York Police Find Couple Who Lost Engagement Ring; Memorial Events for President George H.W. Bush Begin Monday. Aired 3-4a ET
• China Cuts Tariffs; Stocks Surge on Trade Truce; Trump's Border Wall Demand; New NAFTA Trade Deal; Support for Saudi Arabia; Second Summit with Kim. Aired 9:30-10a ET
• Paris Climate Agreement Progress Report; Trump & Xi Agree to Suspend New Trade Tariffs; Backlash Deepens over Gene-Edited Twins; Khashoggi Messages May Offer New Clues To His Murder; Remembering President Bush's Character; Macron Tours Damage At Arc De Triomphe; Hundreds Arrested, Dozens Injured In Riots Saturday; Rappler CEO Surrenders To Court, Post Bail. Aired 1-2a ET
• Michael Cohen Asks Federal Judge for No Prison Time; Nadler: Trump's Lies Gave Kremlin Leverage Over Him; Cohen Cites He Briefed Trump on Moscow Project as Late as June 2016; Stocks Set to Surge After U.S.-China Reach Trade Truce; America Prepares to Say Goodbye to 41st President. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• State Funeral of President George H.W. Bush Set to Begin. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• Family of George H.W. Bush Arrives at Funeral Home; Khashoggi's Messages may Offer Clues in Motive for his Murder; Khashoggi Messages Reveal Sharp Criticism of Saudi Crown Prince; Trump, Congress Consider Delaying Shutdown Deadline. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• The State Funeral of George H.W. Bush; Bush Family Departing Presidential Aircraft. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• Bush 41's Casket Arrives at Joint Base Andrew; Trump Says Cohen Should Receive Full Sentence; Trump Says China Agreed to Reduce Tariffs on Car Imports; Crown Prince Communicated with Aide in Hours Before and After Khashoggi's Murder. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• Mattis: Putin "Tried Again to Muck Around" with U.S. Elections; Michelle Obama Hs Some Real Talk for Women & Meghan Markle; Bruce Springsteen: Trump Will Win Again in 2020; Kansas City Chiefs Cut Player after Violent Video Surfaces; The Special Friendship Between Sully the Service Dog and George H.W. Bush. Aired 2:30-3p ET
• Migrant Caravan Shelter Shut Down Over 'Bad Sanitary Conditions' As Hundreds Move To New Facility; Paris Climate Agreement Progress Report; India's Ghoramara Island In Danger Of Disappearing; Migrating Starlings "Dropping" In On Rome; Remembering President George H.W. Bush; The Murder of Saudi Journalist Jamal Khashoggi; the G20 Summit has Come and Gone; A Dangerous Precedent; Time is Running Out for Theresa May; Qatar Announced that it is Leaving OPEC; Thousands of Migrants From Central America Have Been Living in Makeshift Camps. Aired 2-3a ET
• George H.W. Bush to Make Final Trip to Washington; Rudy Giuliani Accuses Mueller of Unethical Tactic. Aired 10-10:30a ET
• Memorial Events for George H.W. Bush Begin Monday; Trump: China Agrees to Cut Tariffs on U.S.-Made Autos; U.S., China Take A Time-Out in Trade Dispute. Aired 12m-1a ET


December 02, 2018
• Week Of Ceremonies And Services To Honor President George H.W. Bush; President Trump Announces The U.S. Has Reached A Trade Agreement With China; Former FBI Director James Comey Agreed To Testify Before Congress Behind Closed Doors; Hundreds Of Text Messages Of The "Washington Post" Journalist's Released. Aired 2-3p ET
• Journalist's Text Messages May Offer New Clue In His Murder; WSJ: CIA Intercepts Messages Between Saudi Crown Prince And Top Aide In Hours Before & After Khashoggi's Death; Pompeo: "No Direct Evidence" Links Crown Prince To Khashoggi's Death; President Bush To Lie In State Beginning Monday; Trump Agrees To Freeze Tariff Increase On Chinese Goods; W.H. Confirms Trump Had "Informal Conversation" With Putin; Putin And Saudi Crown Prince Share High Five At G-20; 1,000 Aftershocks Rattle Alaska After Massive Quake. Aired 3-4p ET
• More Light On The Brutal Murder Of A "Washington Post" Journalist; President Trump And China's Xi Jinping May Have Calmed Investors By Reaching A Truce On Trade And Tariffs At The G-20 Summit In Argentina; Wall Street Will Also Be Watching A Big Meeting Overseas That Could Affect Crude Oil Prices Which Have Fallen Sharply In Recent Months. Aired 6-7p ET
• New Clues Leading to the Murder of Jamal Khashoggi; Remembering the Late President George H.W. Bush; Temporary Truce on U.S.-China Trade Wars; Secretary Acosta Made Sweetheart Deal to Sex Offender; Kareem Hunt Apologizes; Tornado Ourbreak in Illinois; Thousands of Aftershocks Still Shaking Alaska. Aired 5-6p ET
• Journalist's Text Messages May Offer New Clues in His Murder; Cohen Says He Briefed Trump on Trump Tower Moscow Project as Late as June 2016; Preparations Underway to Fly President Bush's Casket to Washington; NFL Player Speaks Out After Pushing, Kicking Woman. Aired 7-8p ET
• Battle Between Former FBI Director James Comey and House Republicans; Trade War Between the U.S. and China; the Life of President George H.W. Bush. Aired 4-5p ET
• Cease-fire in China Trade War as Trump Freezes Tariff Increase; White House Confirms Trump Had "Informal Conversation" with Putin; Hundreds of Text Messages by "The Washington Post" Journalist May Offer New Clue in His Murder; Remembering President George H.W. Bush's Life In Public Service; More Protests in France over Rising Fuel Prices, Cost of Living; Mexico's New President Vows Transformation. Aired 3-3:30a ET
• Remembering President George H.W. Bush's Life In Public Service; Final Words From Father to Son; White House Confirms Trump Had "Informal Conversation" with Putin; Cease-fire in China Trade War as Trump Freezes Tariff Increase; U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo Denies MBS Connection in "The Washington Post" Journalist Murder; Inside the Bush-Clinton Friendship; "SNL" Pays Tribute to Late President; Mexico's New President Vows Transformation; Iran Tests Medium-Range Ballistic Missile. Aired 4-5a ET
• Cease-fire in China Trade War as Trump Freezes Tariff Increase; White House Confirms Trump Had "Informal Conversation" with Putin; Final Words From Father to Son; Remembering President George H.W. Bush's Life In Public Service; U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo Denies MBS Connection in "The Washington Post" Journalist Murder; Inside the Bush-Clinton Friendship; Mexico's New President Vows Transformation; Iran Tests Medium-Range Ballistic Missile. Aired 5- 5:30a ET
• Jamal Khashoggi's Texts Offer New Clues Into His Murder; Interview with George P. Bush; Michael Cohen Pleads Guilty to Congress About Trump Tower Moscow; Presidents and the History of Impeachment; More Than a Thousand Aftershocks Rattle Alaska After Massive Quake. Aired 8-9p ET


December 01, 2018
• Former U.S. President George H.W. Bush Dead at 94. Aired 4-5a ET
• Former President George H. W. Bush Passes Away; Historians Analyze Presidency of George H. W. Bush; Interview with Secretary of State Mike Pompeo; President Trump Calls Off Planned Meeting with President Putin at G20 Summit; President Trump Delays Press Conference on G20 Summit Due to Passing of George H. W. Bush. Aired 10-11a ET
• Former President George H. W. Bush Passes Away; Life of George H. W. Bush Profiled; Interview with Senator Patrick Leahy; President Trump Cancels Planned Meeting with President Putin at G20 Summit; President Trump to Meet with Chinese President Xi Jinping; Reporter Recounts Skydiving with Former President George H. W. Bush. Aired 2-3p ET
• President George H. W. Bush Has Died at the Age of 94; Remembering the Life and Legacy of President George H. W. Bush; Stock Market Will Close Wednesday to Honor Bush; Trump Meeting with World Leaders in Argentina. Aired 12-1p ET
• President George H.W. Bush Has Died At The Age Of 94; Top U.S. Naval Commander In The Middle East Was Found Dead In Bahrain Earlier Today; Trump Meets Informally with Putin as Mattis Says Russia/Putin Interfered with Midterm Election; Trump Cancels Press Conference "Out of Respect for Bush Family"; Pompeo: "No Direct Evidence" Linking Saudi Prince to Khashoggi Murder. Aired 4-5p ET
• Remembering the Life and Legacy of President H.W. Bush; Trump Has "Informal Conversation" with Putin at G-20; Pompeo talks Recollections of George H.W. Bush; Pompeo: "No Direct Evidence" Linking Saudi Prince to Khashoggi Murder; Pompeo Says Trump Cancelling Putin Meeting Not due to Russia Investigation & Cohen; U.S. Breaks with World Leaders on Climate at G-20; President H.W. Bush's Advice on Life for His Sons. Aired 1-2p ET
• President George H.W. Bush Has Died At Age 94; Trump Declares December 5th National Day Of Mourning For Bush; Colin Powell Remembers George H.W. Bush; A Look Back At George H.W. Bush's Legacy; Cohen Thought Trump Would Offer Pardon For Loyalty; Trump To Meet Angela Merkel And Xi Jinping At G20 Today. Aired 9-10a ET
• President George H.W. Bush Has Died at the Age of 94; A Closer Look at the Bush-Clinton Relationship. Aired 11a-12p ET
• Remembering the Legacy of Former President George H.W. Bush; Trump Meets Informally with Putin as Mattis Says Russia/Putin Interfered with Midterm Election; Put and Saudi Crown Prince Share High-Five; Gen. Colin Powell Reflects on George H.W. Bush; David Gergen Remembers George H.W. Bush and His Legacy; Pompeo talks Recollections of George H.W. Bush; Exclusive Interview with Secretary of State Mike Pompeo; Trump and Chinese President Meet at G-20 Summit. Aired 3-4p ET
• The 41st President Of The United States, George H.W. Bush has Died At The Age Of 94; Stunning Revelation Today From Defense Secretary Jim Mattis About Russia's Determination To Influence U.S. Elections. Aired 6-7p ET
• George H.W. Bush Recounts Harrowing Plane Crash; Sen. Portman Reflects on George H.W. Bush. Aired 5-6p ET
• President George H.W. Bush dies at Age 94; Trumps Invited to George H.W. Bush's Funeral; CNN Special report: Remembering 41. Aired 8:30-9a ET
• President George H.W. Bush Dies at Age 94; Russia Election Meddling; G20 Summit; Trump Had Informal Conversation With Putin; Trump Meeting With China's Xi Ended After 2.5 Hours; Bush, Clinton United by Humanitarian Efforts Around the World. Aired 7-8p ET


November 30, 2018
• Manafort Hearing after Breaking Plea Deal; Trade Agreement with China; Marriott Hack; Life Expectancy Drops. Aired 9:30-10:00a
• Cohen Pleaded Guilty; Anti-Semitism Spreads in Europe; Trump Cancels Meeting with Putin; Former Trump Attorney Admits Lying About Moscow Project; Russian Men Aged 16-60 Can No Longer Enter Ukraine; G20 Summit, Trump Cancels Meeting With Putin; U.K. Lawmakers Propose Reopening Brexit Negotiations; Rain Hits The Migrant Center; Book Tour Takes Michelle Obama To London. Aired 3-4a ET
• Cohen Pleads Guilty to Making False Statements To Congress; Ignorance Of Holocaust Matches Rise In Anti-Semitism; Ignorance Of Holocaust Matches Rise In Anti-Semitism; Ukraine Urges NATO To Send Ships As Tensions Escalate; Ukraine Fears Russia Wants To Control Sea Of Azov; U.S. President Cancels Meeting with Russian President; Convicted Murderer Confesses to 90 More Killings; Young Syrian Refugees Attacked at U.K. School; Michelle Obama Sets Off to London on Book Tour. Aired 1-2a ET
• Michael Cohen Pleads Guilty; A Woman Who Survived the Auschwitz Death Camp; G20 Summit Meeting With Russia Cancelled by Trump; Rain Hits Mexico; Angela Merkel's Plane Did an Emergency Landing; Conditions Inside Makeshift Shelter Deteriorates; Young Syrian Refugees Attacked At U.K. School; Giant Clock Face Dropped From Top Of Bell Tower. Aired 2-3a ET
• Alaska Earthquake Coverage. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• Ex-Trump Lawyer Michael Cohen Pleads Guilty To Lying To Congress About Trump Tower Moscow Project To Protect Trump; Holocaust Survivor: It Was Hell, Yet I'm Here; Ukraine's President Calling on NATO to Send Ships; Former Trump Attorney Admits Lying About Moscow Project; Deutsche Bank Raided in Money Laundering Probe; U.S. President Cancels Meeting with Russian President. Aired 12m-1a ET
• Trump Attends Official Welcome Ceremony; NYT: Facebook Executive Sandberg Asked Staff to Research George Soros; Cowboys Snap Saints' Winning Streak in Upset; Steph Curry Inspired by Girl who Wanted his Shoes. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• Extensive Damage After 7.0 Earthquake Near Anchorage, Alaska; Putin And Embattled Saudi Crown Prince Share Laughs at The G20 Summit; Michael Cohen Has Talked with Mueller Invesitgators for 70-Plus Hours. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• Ground Stop at Alaska's International Airport; Witnesses Describe Anchorage Earthquake; Earthquake Damages Roads, Hospitals; Infrastructure Damage but No Fatalities or Injuries Reported after Earthquake. Aired 2:30-3p ET
• Trump Emerges as Central Subject in Mueller Probe; Trump Said to be in Terrible Mood at G20 Summit; Interview with Senator Jeff Flake; CIA Chief Haspel Caught in Khashoggi Briefing Tug-of-War; Trump Takes Class Photo with World Leaders in Buenos Aires; Hackers Hit Marriott, Steal Info on 500 Million Guests; U.K. Believes Putin Approved Nerve Agent Attack on Ex-Spy; Trump Begins G20 Summit as Mueller Revelations Rattle Him. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• Extensive Damage After 7.0 Quake Near Anchorage, Alaska. Aired 2-2:30pm ET
• Mueller Team to Consider More Charges Against Manafort; Trump Emerges as Central Subject in Mueller Probe; Trump Said to be in Terrible Mood at G20 Summit; Paul Manafort to be Sentenced on March 5th. Aired 10-10:30a ET


November 29, 2018
• Anti-Semitism Growing in France; A Presidential Pardon Guarantees Manafort's Freedom; Top Trump Leaders Giving a Pass to MBS. Aired 3-4a ET
• Anti-Semitism Reaches Fever Pitch In France; CNN Polls: Awareness Of Holocaust Fading; Putin: Ukraine Provoked Naval Clash In Kerch Strait; Court: Ukrainian Sailors To Be Detained Two Months; Ukrainians Say Russians Provoked Naval Clash; U.S. Senate Votes 63-37 to End Support for Saudi-led War; G-20 Summit; U.K. Government: Brexit Deal Will Hurt the Economy; Racist Attacks on the Rise in the U.S.; Christmas at the White House. Aired 1-2a ET
• Mueller Team Believes Paul Manafort Lied About Business Dealings; Trump Says Paul Manafort Pardon Not Off the Table; Senate Defies Trump on Saudi Arabia After Khashoggi Murder; Lindsey Graham Flips Saudi Arabia Vote; Trump's Ex-Attorney Michael Cohen Expected to Plead Guilty for Misleading Congress About Russia Probe. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• Trump's Ex-Attorney Michael Cohen says he Kept Trump Apprised of Trump Tower Moscow Project beyond January 2016. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• Michael Cohen Pleads Guilty to Lying About Trump Tower Moscow. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• Court: Ukrainian Sailors to be Detained Two Months; Putin: Naval Clash Definitely a Provocation; Theresa May Takes Brexit Message to Scotland; Anti-Semitism Reaches Fever Pitch in France; Senate Votes to End Saudi-Led War in Yemen; Tijuana Refugee Camp Overflows, Short on Food. Aired 12-1a ET
• Michael Cohen Expected to Plead Guilty to Misleading Congress on Russia Probe. Aired 9:30-10a ET
• Putin Defends 'Lawful' Seizure of Ukrainian Ships; Tijuana Refugee Camp Overflows, Short On Food; Dutch Church Shields Armenian Family From Deportation; Robot Waiters Serve Meals In Nepal Restaurant; Anti-Semitism Reaches Fever Pitch in France; Briefing by Top U.S. Officials over Khashoggi Murder Sparks Backlash; Trump Pardon for Manafort "Not Off the Table"; Conspiracy Theorist at Center of Mueller Probe. Aired 2-3a ET
• Michael Cohen Now Admits Talks over Trump Moscow Tower Continued Well into 2016 Campaign; Trump Cancels Putin Meeting, Citing Ukraine Crises Not; U.S. Life Expectancy Drops as Overdose Deaths, Suicides Rise. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• Michael Cohen Pleads Guilty to Lying to Congress; Aired 10- 10:30a ET
• Giuliani: No Contradictions Between Cohen & Trump; Trump Says He'll No Longer Meet with Putin at G-20; Trump Downplays Cohen Plea and Revelations. Aired 2:30-3p ET
• Mueller In Plea Deal: Michael Cohen's Telling The Truth; Trump Cancels Putin Meeting, Citing Ukraine Crisis, Not Cohen; GOP's Graham; CIA Agrees To Brief Me On Journalist's Murder. Aired 2-2:30pm ET


November 28, 2018
• Alarming Rise of Anti-Semitism in Europe; Russia and Ukraine's Standoff Escalates; Martial Law Takes Effect In Paris Of Ukraine; Trump Tells Washington Post He Might Not Meet Putin At G20; Crash Of Lion Air Flight JT610; U.K.'s Messy Divorce; Anger In France; Trump Slams G.M. For Plans To Close Plants; Trump Skeptical Of Climate Change Warnings; Syrian Living In Airport Finds Refuge In Canada; Facebook Under Fire. Aired 3-4a ET
• Republican Wins in Mississippi; Trump Shutdown Over Wall Funding; Nationalism in America; Trump Not Happy with Fed Chair. Aired 9:30-10a ET
• Paul Manafort's Team Informed Donald Trump's Lawyers on Mueller Moves; Mueller Court Filings Detail Stone and WikiLeaks Connection; Mattis, Pompeo to Brief Senators on Yemen, Saudis and Khashoggi; CIA Director Omitted from Senate Briefing on Khashoggi; Pompeo Slams "Caterwauling" Over Journalist's Murder; Senate to Decide on a Resolution to End U.S. Support in Saudi-Led Conflict After Yemen Hearing; New Report Suggests Manafort's Team Informed Trump's Lawyers on Mueller Moves; Russia's Assault on Ukrainian Ships to Be Addressed at G20; Investors Keep a Close Ear on Fed Chair Speech. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• Manafort Blasts Report of Secret Meetings; Theresa May's Campaign to Rally Brexit Support; U.N.: World Short of Climate Change Goal; Zuckerberg a No-Show in British Parliament; Ukrainian President Warns Of Full-Scale War With Russia; Hate Speech, Anti-Semitism Surging In Germany; CNN Investigation: Startling Rise In Anti- Semitism; Crash Investigators Make Recommendations To Lion Air. Aired 1-2a ET
• Pelosi Nominated as House Speaker; No CIA Briefing to Senate on Journalist's Murder; President Trump Not Ruling Out Pardon For Paul Manafort. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• Martial Law Set to Take Effect in Parts of Ukraine; Manafort Calls Report He Met With Assange "False, Libelous"; Macron Condemns Violent Protests. Aired 12-1a ET
• Ukraine-Russia Sea Clash: Trump May Cancel G20 Putin Talks; Martial Law Takes Effect In Parts of Ukraine; Alarming Rise of Anti- Semitism in Europe; Crash Of Lion Air Flight JT-610. Aired 2-3 ET
• Trump, Manafort Pardon "Not Off the Table"; Trump Threatens to Cancel Putin Meeting Over Ukraine; Ukraine Under Martial Law Amid Conflict with Russia; Redskins Pick Up Player Despite Domestic Violence Arrest. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• Mueller Received Two Key Written Answers from Trump; Bipartisan Bill to Protect Mueller Fails to Reach Senate Floor; Mattis Says There Is No Smoking Gun That the Crown Prince Was Involved in Murder. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• Trump Threatens to Cut GM Subsidies over Job Losses; Dem. Sen. Murphy: Time to Reset our Relationship with Saudi Arabia; Lion Air Pilots Fought Automatic Safety System Before Plane Crashed; Trump to WAPO: "I Don't See" Climate Change as Man-Made. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• Manafort's Team Informed Trump's Lawyers on Mueller Moves; Defense Secretary Jim Mattis and Secretary of State Mike Pompeo to Brief Senators on Khashoggi Killing; Interview with Rep. Debbie Dingell (D), Michigan. Aired 10-10:30a ET
• Democrats Vote for New House Speaker; As Trump Feuds with Jerome Powell, Fed Drops New Economic Report with Warning; Pew Report: Undocumented Immigrants Living in U.S. at Decade Low; Mother and Kids Tear-Gassed at Border Doing Fine; Trump: Manafort Pardon Not Off the Table. Aired 2:30-3p ET


November 27, 2018
• Russia and Ukraine Trade Blame; Trump Refuses to Condemn Russia; GM Cutting Jobs. Aired 9:30-10a ET
• Russia and Ukraine Tension Escalates; Take Brexit Plan or Start from Scratch; Matthew Hedges is Now Back to London; Verdict for Paul Manafort Soon to be Heard; Macron Faces Angered Constituents Over Fuel Price; CNN poll 34 percent Europeans say the know just a little or have never heard of the holocaust, 24 percent of respondents in France say Jewish people have too much influence over global finance, 16 percent of respondents in Germany say anti-Semitism is a response to the everyday behavior of Jewish people; Parliament to vote on Brexit deal December 11; Insight spacecraft lands on Mars; Insight will study the interior of Mars. Aired 3-4a ET
• Russia Seizes 3 Ukrainian Navy Ships And 24 Sailors; Western Powers Slam Russia Over Kerch Strait Conflict; Theresa May To Tour U.K. To Rally Brexit Support; President Macron To Address French People Tuesday; Prosecutors: Manafort Breach Plea Agreement; Trump Defends Use Of Tear Gas At U.S.-Mexico Border; CNN investigation Reveals Startling Rise in Anti-Semitism; Briton pardoned, Released from Prison; Turkey Searches Saudi's Villa in Khashoggi Probe; Mars Probe Touches Down on the Red Planet. Aired 1-2a ET
• Ukraine Imposing Martial Law in Areas Bordering Russia; British Parliament to Vote on Brexit December 11; Mexico Asks U.S. to Investigate Border Incident. Aired 12-1a ET
• Trump Threatens General Motors; Did Paul Manafort Meet With Julian Assange?; Mississippi Senate Election. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• Russia-Ukraine Tensions Rise after Kerch Strait Ship Capture; Matthew Hedges Now Back in London; Parliament To Vote On Brexit Deal December 11. Aired 2-3a ET
• GM Cutting 15 Percent of Salaried Staff, Closing 5 Plants in North America; Voters Head to Polls for Mississippi Senate Runoff Election; Democrats Pick Up a Net Gain of 38 House Seats; Democrats Pick Up Another House Seat as Mia Love Concedes in Utah; Trump Campaigns in Mississippi in Fight to Keep Senate Seat Red; Russia and Ukraine Trade Blame After Naval Incident; Dow to Open Lower as Trump Dims Hope of China Trade Deal. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• White House on Trump's Response to Khashoggi's Murder; White House on Mueller Accusing Manafort of Lying After Plea Deal; Trump Threatens Cutting GM Subsidies Over Layoffs; White House Will Not Say Why CIA Will Not Brief Senators on Journalist's Murder. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• Paul Manafort Held Secret Talks with Julian Assange Three Times; Voters Head to the Polls in Mississippi Senate Runoff Election; Interview with Representative Carlos Curbelo; General Motors to Close Five Plants in North America; Aired 10-10:30a ET
• Trump Threatens Cutting GM Subsidies Over New Layoffs; Manafort Denies Guardian Report that He Met with Assange; GOP Leaders May Bring Mueller Protection Bill to a Vote; CNN Poll Finds Increase in Anti-Semitism in Europe; The State of Hate, the Rise of Anti- Semitism in America. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• General Motors Cutting 14,000 Jobs, Closing 5 Plants in North America; Uber CEO: "In 10 Years You won't Own a Car"; Trump Refuses to Condemn Russian Aggression against Ukraine. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• Trump Question Government's Climate Change Report; White House Responds to "The Guardian" Report Manafort Held Secret Meetings with Assange; Mueller Declares Manafort's Plea Deal Dead; Police Investigate Active Shooter at Walter Reed Medical; Trump Threatens to Slash G.M. Subsidies if Closes Plants. Aired 2:30-3p ET


November 26, 2018
• UAE Pardons British Academic Matthew Hedges; Mexico to Deport Migrants Who Rushed Border; Theresa May to Address Parliament Monday on Brexit; Russia Closed Off Strategic Kerch Strait Near Crimea; Blizzard Wallops U.S. Midwest; U.S. Troops Used Force to Migrants; E.U. Members Nations Voted for Draft Brexit Deal; Matthew Hedges Pardoned by UAE. Aired 3-4a ET
• Hundreds Of Migrants Rush U.S. Mexico Border; U.N. Security Council Set To Meet After Naval Standoff Between Russia And Ukraine Near Crimea; Theresa To Address Parliament Monday On Brexit; E.U. Leaders Unanimously Approve Brexit Plan; Theresa May Faces Significant Opposition In Parliament; Aid Groups to U.S.: Stop Yemen's Suffering; Voters Reject Same-Sex Marriage in Taiwan; Thousands of Migrants Wait at U.S. Border; Millions under Blizzard Warning in U.S.; U.S. Climate Change Report Paints a Grim Picture. Aired 1-2a ET
• Trump Rallies in Mississippi; Charities Warn U.S.; Lawmakers Question Response to Khashoggi's Murder. Aired 9:30-10a ET
• Russia-Ukraine Confrontation; Roger Stone Associate Refuses Plea Deal; President Trump Disputes His Own Administration's Climate Change Report. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• Roger Stone's Associate Says He Refuses Mueller Plea Deal; Trump Defends Use of Tear Gas Against Migrants at Border; Noose Found at Mississippi Capitol Amid Racially-Tinged Election; Trump Campaigns Tonight in Racially-Charged Senate Runoff. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• Government Report: Climate Change could Cost U.S. Economy Hundreds of Billions of Dollars by End of Century; General Motors 15 percent of Salaried Workforce in North America; Roger Stone Associate Jerome Corsi Refuses Plea Deal. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• Roger Stone's Associate Says He Refuses Plea Deal from Mueller; Government Report Says Climate Change Will Kill Thousands and Shrink U.S. Economy; GM Shutting Plants and Slashing Jobs; Family of Man Killed in Alabama Mall Demands Police Show A Video. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• Russia-Ukraine Tensions Rise after Kerch Strait Ship Capture; U.S. Senator Speaks Out Against Saudi Crown Prince; Aid Groups: U.S. Will Be Responsible For Impending Yemen Famine If It Keeps Helping Saudi War Effort; France To Return 26 Stolen Artifacts To Benin; A Crushing Blow for Taiwan's Independence; The Next Obstacle for Theresa May's Brexit Plan. Aired 2-3a ET
• Ex-Trump Campaign Aide Papadopoulos to Begin Sentence Today; Harvard Law Professor Dershowitz Says Mueller's Report will Be Devastating to Trump; Democratic Representative Himes affirms support for Pelosi for Speaker; Lawmakers to Investigate Trump, Saudi Links in New Congress; Russia and Ukraine Trade Blame After Naval Incident; Russia Reopens Kerch Strait After Firing on 3 Ukrainian Navy Ships; Trump to Rally for Embattled Mississippi GOP Senator; Dow to Rebound After Last Week's Rough Ride. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• Utah's Mia Love Slams Trump in Concession Speech; NASA Hopes to Successfully Land "Insight" Space Probe on Mars. Aired 2:30-3p ET
• Migrants Who Tried to Breach U.S. Border to be Deported to Home Countries; Russia Reopens Strait After Firing on Three Ukrainian Navy Ships; Government Report on Climate Change Reveals Impact on U.S. Economy; Aired 10-10:30a ET
• U.N. Security Council Set to Meet After Naval Standoff Between Russia and Ukraine Near Crimea; Taiwan President Quits As Head Of Ruling Party; InSight Spacecraft Hours Away From Landing on Mars. Aired 12m-1a ET


November 25, 2018
• U.S.-Mexico Border Closed; Embedded Enemies of Trump in the White House; Russia Attacks and Seize Ships in Crimea; E.U. Approves U.K. Exit; Central Plains Slammed by Blizzard; Artificial Intelligence for Recruitment. Aired 5-6p ET
• Alabama Police Department Admits The Man They Killed Was Not The Gunman; Incoming Mexican Government Is Denying Report That Is It Reached A Deal With President Trump To Keep Asylum Seekers Out Of The United States And In Mexico; California's Deadliest And Most Destructive Wildfire In History Is Now 100 Percent Contained; President Trump Heads To Mississippi Tomorrow To Headline Two Rallies For The Republican Candidate In The State's Racially Changed Senate Contest; Britain Is On The Verge Of Divorcing The European Union; Aired 2-3p ET
• Afghan Drought Forces Families To Sell Children; American's Diary Reveals His Final Days On Remote Island; Experts Recommend To France Return Looted African Art. Aired 10-10:30a ET
• An Emotional Plea for Answers; Around 500 Migrants Making Their Way Towards the U.S. Border; Tensions Between Ukraine and Russia; Several Million People are Under Blizzard Warnings; Top 10 CNN Heroes; Interview with Rep. Maxine Waters (D) California. Aired 4-5p ET
• Outside Advisers Say Embedded Enemies Working Against Trump; Trump Uses Paris Protests to Lament E.U.'s Treatment of U.S. on Trade, Military; Cindy McCain on Why She Can't Forgive President Trump; Winter-like Blizzard Slams Central Plains; Volunteers Help Rescue Sea Turtles from Freezing Waters. Aired 6-7p ET
• E.U. Expected to Endorse Brexit at Historic Summit; Copa Libertadores Match Moved to Sunday after Fan Violence; Security Tight in Paris after Violent Demonstrations; Former Nissan Chairman Denies Allegations; Trump Slams "Catch and Release" Policy; Afghan Drought Forces Families to Sell Children. Aired 3-3:30a ET
• U.S. Closes Border Crossing Between San Diego and Tijuana; Mexico Denies Deal with Trump Administration to House Asylum Seekers; Trump Faces Big Tests, Global Summit This Week; Mexico: Those Who Tried to Illegally Cross Into U.S. Will Be Deported; New Accusations From A Pair Of The President's Closest Outside Advisers, Corey Lewandowski And David Bossie; Group Of White South African Farmers Say They Have Been Energized By The Alt-Right In The U.S. And President Trump's Rhetoric; Ukrainian Military Says Russian Gun Votes Have Opened Fire On And Seized Three Of Its Ships Near Crimea; Elon Musk Says He Is Going To Mars; FDA Says Do Not Eat Romaine Lettuce. Aired 7-8 ET
• E.U. Expected to Endorse Brexit at Historic Summit; Copa Libertadores Match Moved to Sunday after Fan Violence; Trump Slams "Catch and Release" Policy; Alabama Mall Shooting. Aired 4-5a ET
• Family Demands Answers After Police Kill Man Mistaken for Gunman; Border Crossing Closed Between San Diego and Tijuana; Russia Fires on and Seizes Ukrainian Navy Ships; Paris Cleans Up After Demonstrators Erupted into Violence; Alabama Police Department Admits The Man They Killed During A Mall Shooting On Thanksgiving Night Likely Was Not The Gunman. Aired 3-4p ET
• E.U. Endorses Brexit Deal at Historic Summit; Copa Libertadores Match Moved to Sunday after Fan Violence; Trump Slams "Catch and Release" Policy; Camp Fire Nears Full Containment with Death Toll at 87; Afghan Drought Forces Families to Sell Children; Former Japanese Mobsters Turn to Acting. Aired 5-6a ET
• Mexico to Deport 500 Migrants Who Rushed U.S. Border; Russia Fired on and Seized Ukrainian Navy Ships; Former Trump Advisers Allege He Has Embedded Enemies; U.S. Border Patrol Fires Tear Gas to Migrant Protesters; Family Demands Answers After Police Kill Man Mistaken for Gunman; Trump to Hold Two Rallies in Racially-Charged Senate Contest. Aired 8-9p ET


November 24, 2018
• U.S. Government Issues Report on Climate Change; Demonstrators Gather in Paris to Protest Increased Fuel Prices; Police Indicate Shooter in Alabama Mall Misidentified; Missionary Killed by Isolated Tribe; Democrats Prepare to Take Over House of Representatives; Doctors Clash with NRA on Gun Violence; Company Attempting to Turn Waste into Energy Source. Aired 10-11a ET
• U.S. Government Announces New Border Policy for Asylum Seekers to Wait in Mexico While Claims Processed; Police Indicate Shooter in Alabama Mall Misidentified; Reporting Indicates U.S. Negotiating to Sell Plans to Saudi Arabia to Build Nuclear Plants; "Paradise Post" Continues to Print After City of Paradise Devastated by Wildfire; Texts Sent by Woman Killed by Husband Right before Her Death Released; Residents of Mexico Beach Eat Daily Under Tent Following Devastation from Hurricane Michael. Aired 2-3p ET
• Alabama Manhunt: Gunman in Mall Shooting Not Dead, Still on the Loose; Paris Protests over Rising Gas Prices Turn Violent; Report: Climate Change Will Shrink Economy, Kill Thousands; Trump Allows Troops to Use Force to Protect Border Patrol; Cost of Climate Change May Reach Billions of Dollars; Report: By Mid-Century It's Likely the Arctic Will Lose All CIs in Late Summer; Critics Suspicious about Climate Report Release Date; Climate Crisis: U.S. Government Report Has Dire Warnings about Climate Change; Trump: Military along Border Can Use "Lethal Force" If Needed; Trump Slams "Out Of Control" Ninth Circuit Court; Roger Stone Associate in Plea Talks with Mueller Team. Aired 12-1p ET
• WAPO: U.S./Mexico Deal for Asylum Overhaul at Border; Paris Protests Over Rising Gas Prices & Macron Turn Violent; Alabama Police Say Mall Gunman Still on the Loose; Tijuana Mayor Declares Humanitarian Crisis at U.S./Mexico Border; Tijuana Mayor Declares Humanitarian Crisis at U.S./Mexico Border; Trump Allowing Troops to Use Lethal Force to Protect Border Patrol; Nick Ayers Top Contender to Take Over as Trump's Chief of Staff; Comey Fights Subpoena for Private Deposition Before Lawmakers; Exclusive Interview with Facebook CEO over Russia Election Meddling. Aired 1-2p ET
• Gunman in Mall Shooting Not Dead, Still on the Loose; Paris Protests over Rising Gas Prices Turn Violent; Report: Climate Change will Shrink Economy and Kill Thousands; U.S. Has Record 14,000 Unaccompanied Migrant Kids in Custody; Roger Stone's Associate is in Plea Talks with Mueller; American Missionary Killed by Isolated Tribe. Aired 11a-12p ET
• Mexican Government Supports Trump Administration Plan for Asylum Seekers to Stay in Mexico; Trump Allowing Troops to Use Lethal Force to Protect Border Patrol; Paris Protests Over Rising Gas Prices & Macron Turn Violent; Roger Stone Associate Jerome Corsi in Plea Agreements with Mueller; Mueller Uses Papadopoulos' Tweets Against Him in Court Filing; What the Diary of a Missionary Killed by Isolated Tribe Reveals; Trump, Chief Justice Spar over Trump's "Obama Judge" Remark; Trump Facing Criticism over Lack of War Zone Visits Hints at Doing So; Cindy McCain: "Don't Know If I'll Ever Get Over" Trump's Attacks. Aired 3-4p ET
• Judge In California Blocked Another Administration Effort To Deny Asylum To Those That Cross The Border Illegally; Police Mistakenly Thought Emantic Fitzgerald Bradford Jr. Fired The Rounds That Left An 18-Year-Old And A 12-Year-Old Hospitalized; Mayor Of Tijuana, Mexico Declaring A Humanitarian Charisma In His City Over A Sudden Influx Of Thousands Of Central American Migrants; Democrats to Probe Link Between Trump's Empire & His Saudi Behavior; Roger Stone Associate Jerome Corsi in Plea Agreements with Mueller; Comey Fights Subpoena for Private Deposition Before Lawmakers; Ken Starr: Mueller Cold Indict Trump When Presidency Ends. Aired 4-5p ET
• U.S. Government Has Dire Warnings about Climate Change; Spanish Prime Minister Warns E.U. Brexit Summit May not Happen; Murdered Journalist's Daughters Honor Their Father in Op-Ed; Military Transgender Ban May Reach Supreme Court; South Sudanese Man Defends Child Bride Purchase; UAE Considers Clemency for Jailed U.K. Student; Pop-Up Shop Sells Lifesaving Items for Refugees. Aired 3-3:30a ET
• U.S. Government Has Dire Warnings about Climate Change; Murdered Journalist's Daughters Honor Their Father in Op-Ed; President's Call to U.S. Troops Turns Political; Conservative Writer in Plea Talks with Special Counsel; Spanish Prime Minister Warns E.U. Brexit Summit May not Happen; Chief Justice Speaks Out against Trump Remark; U.S. Says Kidnapped Journalist Austin Tice is Still Alive; South Sudanese Man Defends Child Bride Purchase; Stores Help Fire Survivors on Black Friday. Aired 4-5a ET
• U.S. Government Has Dire Warnings about Climate Change; Murdered Journalist's Daughters Honor Their Father in Op-Ed; Conservative Writer in Plea Talks with Special Counsel; Spanish Prime Minister Warns E.U. Brexit Summit May not Happen; UAE Considers Clemency for Jailed U.K. Student; Girl Who Wrote about Gun Violence Killed by Stray Bullet; U.S. Missionary Allegedly Killed on Forbidden Island; Pop-Up Shop Sells Lifesaving Items for Refugees. Aired 5-6a ET
• Alabama Police Say Mall Gunman Still on the Loose; A Mother in Afghanistan Makes Painful Choice to Sell Daughter to Feed Family; Trump, Chief Justice Spar over Trump's "Obama Judge" Remark; Devasted Mexico Beach Finds Reason to be Thankful. Aired 5-6p ET
• Asylum Seekers Will Be Required to Stay in Mexico While Awaiting Court Appearance; Mall Gunman at Large After Police Say They Shot Wrong Person; House GOP Subpoenas Comey, Lynch For Private Testimony; Climate Change Will Shrink U.S. Economy, Kill Thousands; Newspaper Hopes to Bring Solace to Devastated Town; No Comedy at Correspondents' Dinner. Aired 7-8p ET


November 23, 2018
• Holiday Sale Shopping; Trump's Trade War with China; Ties with U.S. and South Africa's Far Right; Trump Conducting Interviews; Heavy Rain Helps Firefighters. Aired 9:30-10a ET
• Spanish PM Threatens to Derail Brexit over Gibraltar; Hostile Tribe Believed to Have Killed U.S. Visitor; Teenager Auctioned Off for Marriage in South Sudan; Trump Administration Releasing Climate Report; Dolce & Gabbana Cancel Shanghai Show; E.U. And U.K. Agree On Framework For Future Trade And Security; 27 E.U. Members Expected To Ratify Brexit Deal On Sunday; Trump's Thanksgiving Call To Military Turns Political; U.K. And UAE In Talks Over Jailed British PhD Student; Wife Of Jailed British PhD Student Speaks To CNN. Aired 1-2a ET
• Four Killed In Pakistan Attack; E.U. Members Meet Sunday To Ratify Brexit Agreement; France Bans 18 Saudis Over Jamal Khashoggi Murder; U.S. Missionary Apparently Killed On Forbidden Island; Facebook Under Fire; Holy Valley Hermit; Innovate Shenzhen; Chinese Consulate Attacked in Pakistan; Matthew Hedges' Wife Speaks Up; Brexit Draft Not Smooth Sailing for Theresa May; Celebrity Chefs Cooks for Fire Victims and First Responders. Aired 03-4a ET
• 12-year-old Girl Wounded in Alabama Mall Shooting; Trump Intensifies Attacks on 9th Circuit Court; Turkey's Foreign Minister Chastises President Trump and His Decision to Stand By Saudi Arabia; Trump Threatens to Completely Close Border Over Migrant Caravan; Bargain Hunters Grab Deals Online and in Stores on Black Friday. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• Britain and the E.U. Have Reached A Deal; Matthew Hedges Jailed in the United Arab Emirates; Controversy Facing Dolce and Gabbana; At Least Four People Are Dead, Including Two Policemen, In Attack on Chinese Consulate in Karachi; A Baby in India is Fortunate to be Alive; Donald Trump Will Not Take Action Against Saudi Arabia; Comey To Fight Subpoena From House Republicans To Testify Privately About FBI Actions In 2016 Campaign; South African President: Trump "Ill- Informed" About Land Issue; Dolce & Gabbana Cancel Shanghai Show. Aired 2-3a ET
• Mississippi Senate Battle; The Republican Party's Women Problem; Trump Administration Releases Report on Climate Change; Roger Stone Associates in Plea Talks With Mueller. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• Trump's Thanksgiving Call to Military Turns Political; Brexit Negotiations at a Critical Moment; Wife of British Scholar Jailed in UAE Speaks to CNN; Teenager Auctioned off for Marriage in South Sudan; Gunmen Attack Chinese Consulate in Pakistan; E.U. Members Meet Sunday to Ratify Brexit Agreement; Trump's Thanksgiving Call to Military Turns Political. Aired 12m-1a ET
• Tribe Kills American Illegally Visiting Remote Island; Climate Report Release Moved Up from December to Black Friday; Government Climate Report Released Early, in Middle of Holiday Weekend; Comey Vows to "Resist" House GOP Subpoena; Tiger and Phil Open Up ahead of "The Match". Aired 10:30-11a ET
• Report: Climate Change Could Slash Size of U.S. Economy by 10 Percent by 2100 if Nothing Done; Final Message of John Allen Chau Killed by Tribe on Remote Island; Dems to Probe if Trump is Protecting Saudis. Aired 2:30-3p ET
• How will Trump's Visit Impact Racially-Charged Runoff? Soon: Roger Stone Responds to Associate's Plea Talks; U.S. has 14,000 Unaccompanied Migrant Kids in Custody; Young, Rich and Loyal: The Man Who May Become Next Chief of Staff. Aired 3:30p-4p ET
• An Associate Of The President's Friend, And Long Time Adviser, Roger Stone Is In, "Plea Negotiations With Special Counsel Robert Mueller;" Former CIA And NSA Director General Michael Hayden Who Also Works With Us Here As An Analyst Suffered A Stroke Earlier This Week; The White House Is Asking The US Supreme Court To Take Up The Administration's Transgender Military Ban. Aired: 2-2:30p ET
• Adam Schiff Says Democrats Plan to Investigate Khashoggi Intel; Backlash After Trump's Call to Military Turns Political; Trump Intensifies Attacks on 9th Circuit Court; Tribe Kills American Missionary. Aired 10-10:30a ET


November 22, 2018
• Trump Intensifies Attacks on Chief Justice John Roberts; U.S. Agency Opens File on Matt Whitaker's Potential Hatch Act Violation; Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade Kicks Off in New York City; Saudi Foreign Minister Uses Trump Statement to Back Crown Prince "Innocence" in Khashoggi Murder; Nearly One Million Under Flash Flood Watch in California. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• President Trump Holds Teleconference with Military Members. Aired 10-10:30a ET
• Cold Thanksgiving for Millions; U.S. Military Bases are Soft Targets; General Carries Assault Rifle; Trump Teleconference with Military Members. Aired 9:30-10a
• Trump's Military Call Turns Political: Calls 9th Circuit "Big Thorn In Our Side"; Trump on Cabinet: May be Changing a Few; House Judiciary Committee Subpeonas Comey, Lynch. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• President Trump Stood Firm On His Support Of Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed Bin Salman; Representative Goodlatte Is Requesting Private Depositions From Comey On December 3rd And Lynch On December 4th; President Trump Intensifying His Clash With Supreme Court Chief Justice John Roberts; Four-Star Commander Of U.S. NATO Forces In Afghanistan Was Photographed Carrying A Loaded Assault Rifle While Walking With Local Officials In Ghazni, Afghanistan; Eighth Grade Girl From Milwaukee Wrote This Compelling Essay About The Impact Of Gun Violence Was Tragically Shot And Killed By A Straight Bullet As She Was In Her Own Home. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• Girl Who Wrote Essay on Gun Violence Killed by Stray Bullet; Trump on China Talks: "My Gut Has Always Been Right"; Stores Closed on Black Friday Due to Amazon Effect; Chef & His Organization Feed Wildfire Victims on Thanksgiving; Primitive Tribe Kills U.S. Man; Trump Turns Call to Overseas Servicemembers into Political Platform for Himself. Aired 2:30-3p ET
• Saudi Foreign Minister Using Trump's Statement To Backed In The Essence Of Innocence In The Khashoggi's Murder; House And GOP-Led House Judiciary Committee Is Making An 11th Move; George Papadopoulos George Papadopoulos' Tweets Are Coming Back To Haunt Him Tweets Are Coming Back To Haunt Him; Aftermath Of The Hurricane Michael In Florida; Aired 3:00-3:30p ET
• President Trump turning a traditional thanksgiving holiday call to US troops into a bit of a political moment; 15,000 people who had their lives turned upside down by those wildfires are getting a hot Thanksgiving meal right now thanks to a couple of celebrity chefs and hundreds of volunteer including the firefighters themselves. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• Trump Tangles with Chief Justice of the U.S.; U.S. and Iran Trade Blows as Relations Worsen; Celebrity Chefs Serving Meals to California Fire Victims, First Responders; Activist Offers Virtual Classes for Rohingya Children. Aired 12m-1a ET
• Trump Tangles With Chief Justice Of The U.S.; U.S. & Iran Trade Blows As Relations Worsen; Rain Falling In Areas Impacted By Camp Fire; Celebrity Chefs Serving Meals To Fire Victims, First Responders; Afghan Drought Forces Families To Sell Children; Nissan Board To Decide On Sacking Chairman. Aired 1-2a ET
• Trump Tangles with Chief Justice of the U.S.; U.S. and Iran Trade Blows as Relations Worsen; Britain Outraged over UAE Life Sentence for Student; Nissan Board to Decide on Sacking Chairman; Activist Offers Virtual Classes for Rohingya Children. Aired 2-3a ET
• Shortest Hearing Sentenced a Life in Prison; Good Times are Over for Carlos Ghosn; Thanksgiving Not an Excuse for Trump to have a Fight; Turkey Accused U.S. of Turning a Blind Eye; Australia Braces for Sand Storm. Aired 3-4a ET


November 21, 2018
• President Trump Will Not Punish Saudi for Khashoggi's Death; Stocks Takes a Nose Dive Today; U.S. Warship Now Welcomed by China. Aired 3-4a ET
• One-on-One with Zuckerberg; Millions Travel for Thanksgiving; Abuse Claims Against Avenatti. Aired 9:30-10a ET
• Trump Signals No Strong Action Against Saudi Arabia; Trump Sends Written Answers To Special Counsel; Zuckerberg On Russian Interference On Facebook: I Wish We Understood The Issue Sooner; Trump: U.S. Economy Is "Doing Great"; Dow Sinks 552 Points, Wipes Out Gains For The Year; Fire-Scorched Areas Brace for Heavy Rain; Al-Assad Government Urges Refugees to Return to Syria; Federal Air Marshals Accused of More Than 200 Gun Mishaps. Aired 1-2a ET
• Trump Wanted Justice Department to Investigate Hillary Clinton; Trump Hands Over Written Answers to Mueller Team; Top Republicans Slam Trump for Statement Backing Saudi Arabia; Trump Defies Calls to Punish Saudi Arabia Over Khashoggi's Murder; Dow to Open Higher After Erasing 2018 Gains. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• Mark Zuckerberg Speaks Out; Trump's Deployment of Troops to U.S.-Mexico Border Costing Tens of Millions; Supreme Court Chief Justice Rebukes Trump. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• Trump Signals No Strong Action against Saudi Arabia; Source: Trump Wanted Justice Department to Prosecute Clinton; Suicide Bombing in Kabul Kills At Least 50 People; Civil War in Yemen Drags On Amid Push for Political Solution. Aired 12-1a ET
• Trump 'Stands With' Saudi Arabia and Defends Crown Prince Over Khashoggi; Zuckerberg On His Role And Future At Facebook; South Korea's Kim Jong-Yang Named New Head Of Interpol; Suicide Bombing In Kabul Kills At Least 50 People; Kim Jong Yang of South Korea Elected New President of Interpol. Aired 2-3a ET
• Stocks Wipe Out 2018 Gains with Latest Plunge; WAPO: Trump Hesitant to Visit War Zones Over Fears for His Life; Nine Killed Hours Apart in a High Profile Shootings in Four States; Doctors to NRA: Gun Policy is Absolutely in Our Lane. Aired 2:30-3p ET
• "New York Times" Reports Trump Warned of Impeachment If He Pushed to Prosecute Rivals; Chief Justice Roberts Delivers A Rebuke of Trump's Remark About Federal Judges; Top Republicans Slammed Trump for Siding with Saudis. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• Trump Wanted Justice Department to Investigate Hillary Clinton and James Comey; Trump Defends Saudi Arabia Denial; Interview with Rep. Gregory Meeks (D), New York. Aired 10-10:30a ET
• One-on-One with Facebook CEO, Mark Zuckerberg; Trump Organization Braces for Democratic Investigations; Heated Debate Ahead of Runoff for Mississippi Senate Seat; CDC: Do Not Eat Any Romaine Lettuce. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• CNN Interviews Mark Zuckerberg; Former Ohio Judge Charged with Murder. Aired 3:30-4p ET


November 20, 2018
• President Trump Mocks Former Navy SEAL; Chicago Mourns for an Officer's Death; Too Late the Hero for Facebook; Possible Flash Floods on the Watch in California; A Man Brutally Murdered his Whole Family. Aired 3-4a ET
• Family Uses Facebook To Auction Off Child Bride; Trump Hesitant To Link Crown Prince To Khashoggi Murder; U.S. President Slams Architect Of Bin Laden Raid; Tales Of Heroism Emerge Amid Fire Tragedy; Carlos Ghosn Investigated For Financial Wrongdoing; Ebola Cases Climb To 373 in The Congo; PM to Hold First Cabinet Meeting since Draft Deal Reached; Disney Betting Big on Theme Parks. Aired 1- 2a ET
• Dow Drops on Tech Fears; Rain for California; Gunman Kills Three at Hospital; Trump May Visit Troops; Russia Blames U.S. for Meddling. Aired 9:30-10a ET
• New Revelations Emerge About Ivanka Trump's Private E-Mail Use; Trump Signals No Punishment for Saudi Crown Prince Over Khashoggi Murder. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• Security Tightened At U.S.-Mexico Border in Tijuana; Officials: Caravan May Try to Force Its Way Into U.S.; Big Mountain Takes On Immigration In New Song; More Fighting in Yemen Despite Talks of Truce; U.S. President Slams Architect of bin Laden Raid; Facebook on Child Auction; May to Hold First Cabinet Meeting since Draft Brexit Deal Reached; Nissan Chairman Arrested. Aired 12-1a ET
• Forecasted Rain could Trigger Flash Floods and Mudslides; Bare- Knuckle Brawl for Mississippi Senate Seat; Dow Plunges as Tech Shares Tumble; Federal Air Marshals Accused of Hundreds of Firearms Mishaps. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• Shouting 'Mexico First,' Hundreds in Tijuana March Against Migrant Caravan; Nissan Chairman Arrested After Company Accuses Him Of "significant Acts Of Misconduct"; Reports: Disney Betting Big On Theme Parks; Disney Parks Profit Up More Than 100 Percent In Five Years; U.S. President Slams Architect of bin Laden Raid; U.S. Imposes Sanctions on 17 Saudis for Khashoggi Murder; Trump Not Afraid to Sit Down with Mueller; Ivanka Trump Emails; Three People Killed in Chicago Hospital Shooting; California Wildfires; Judge Temporarily Blocks Trump Asylum Restrictions. Aired 2-3a ET
• Full Report on Murder of Jamal Khashoggi Expected Today; CIA Concludes Saudi Crown Prince Ordered Khashoggi's Death; Saudi Foreign Minister Says Leadership of Saudi Arabia is a "Red Line" and Won't Be Undermined; Forecasters Forecast Rain for Areas Scorched By Wildfire in California; Stocks Set to Drop at Open as Investors Worry About Big Tech. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• Trump Says on Whether the Crown Prince Had Knowledge of The Khashoggi Murder, "Maybe He Did and Maybe He Didn't."; Trump Signals That the U.S. Will Not Punish the Saudi Crown Prince Over the Killing; Ivanka Trump Used Personal Email for Government Business. Aired 2- 2:30p ET
• CDC Warns All Americans to Not Eat Romaine Lettuce; Trump Signals U.S. Won't Push Saudi Crown Prince Over Killing of Jamal Khashoggi; Trump Takes Questions on Saudis, Ivanka, Mueller; Trump Sides with Saudi Prince, "Maybe He Did, Maybe He Didn't". Aired 3:30- 4p ET
• Ivanka Trump Used Personal E-mail for Government Business; Judge Blocks White House from Denying Asylum Claims; Interview with Rep. Jim Himes (D), Connecticut. Aired 10-10:30a ET
• Stocks Wipe Out 2018 Gains with Latest Plunge; WAPO: Trump Hesitant to Visit War Zones Over Fears for His Life; Nine Killed Hours Apart in a High Profile Shootings in Four States; Doctors to NRA: Gun Policy is Absolutely in Our Lane. Aired 2:30-3p ET


November 19, 2018
• Statewide Death Toll From Fires Stands At 80; School Bus Driver Helps Students Escape Fire; Trump On Whether Crown Prince Lied: We May Never Know; Houthi Leader Says Militants Ready For Ceasefire; British PM Defends Brexit Plan Ahead Of Brussels Talks; Israeli PM Calls on Coalition to Hold Government Together; Trump Interview with Fox News; Tijuana Residents Protest Arrival of Migrant Caravan; Florida Race for U.S. Senate Finally Settled; Economic Forum Ends without a Joint Communique Amid U.S.-China Tensions; "El Chapo" Drug Trial Resumes in New York Monday. Aired 1-2a ET
• Heroic Acts Amid Raging Fires; President Trump Refuse to Listen Recording of Khashoggi's Murder; Theresa May Going Round the Clock; Benjamin Netanyahu's Government in Chaos; World Headlines; President Trump had Television Interviews and Answered Questions About the Russia Investigation, Jamal Khashoggi, and Went After William McRaven; America's Midterms 2018; Hospital Patients Narrowly Escape Flames; Economic Forum Ends Without a Joint Communique; Elephant Hospital Opens in Northern India. Aired 3-4a ET
• CNN Asks for Emergency Hearing; Trump Slams Admiral McRaven; Battle Looms over House Speakership. Aired 9:30-10a ET
• Trump Once Again Questions U.S. Intelligence Conclusions; Trump Blasts Admiral Who Ordered Bin Laden Raid; Senate Democrats Sue to Block Trump Attorney General Appointment. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• Trump Slams Admiral Who Oversaw bin Laden Raid; Nearly a Thousand Unaccounted for in Wildfires, At Least 80 Killed; Trump Changes Tune over Losses, "I Wasn't on the Ballot"; Witness Describes How "El Chapo" Escaped Military Capture. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• Senate Democrats Sue to Block Trump's Acting Attorney General Appointment; Pressure Mounts on Trump After CIA's Chilling Conclusion on Khashoggi; Life Without Parole for The Man Who Killed Pregnant Wife and Daughters. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• "Bus Driver From Heaven" Rescues Students from Wildfire; Trump Slams Retired Admiral who Led Bin Laden Raid; Florida Sues CVC and Walgreens over Opiod Crisis. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• Trump Refuses To Listen To Audio Tape of Jamal Khashoggi's 'Vicious' Murder; Economic Forum Ends Without A Joint Communique; Russian Propaganda Farms Spread Lies On U.S. Social Media; Whole Communities Burned To The Ground; Donald Trump Sat Down With Fox News; Florida Will Send A New Senator To Washington; A Turning Point In the War In Yemen. Aired 2-3a ET
• President Trump Won't Probably Sit Down for Interview with Mueller; Another Dead Camp Fire Victim Raises Death Toll to 77 with Nearly 1,000 Still Missing; Mother of a Newborn Describes Daring Escape from Camp Fire; CNN Asks for Emergency Hearing After White House Warns it May Revoke Acosta's Press Pass Again; Investors to Watch Growing U.S.-China Divide Ahead of G20. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• The Camp Fire Forced a Mom to Make A Life-or-Death Decision Hours after Giving Birth; As Lawmakers Sue to Block Whitaker, Walter Shaub Asks Why Whitaker's Financial Disclosure Forms Won't be Turned Over; Trump Says He Didn't Know of Whitaker's Past Criticism of Mueller Probe; White House Threatens to Revoke Jim Acosta's Press Pass Again; White House Correspondent's Dinner Scraps Comedians; Missing North Carolina School Teacher Killed in Mexico. Aired 2:30-3p ET
• President Trump Won't Probably Sit Down for Interview with Mueller; Nearly 1,000 Missing in Camp Fire, Death Toll Climbs to 77; Trump Declines to Hear Recording of Khashoggi Murder; Democrats Sweep House Seats in Reagan Country in California. Aired 10-10:30a ET
• Trump on Whether Crown Prince Lied, We May Never Know; Israeli P.M. Calls on Coalition to Hold Government Together; Economic Forum Ends Without A Joint Communique. Aired 12m-1a ET


November 18, 2018
• Trump Visits California's Fire-Ravaged Communities; Full Report on Khashoggi Death Tuesday; Netanyahu Faces Calls for Early Election; Uyghurs Forced into China's State-Run Re-Education Camps. Aired 3- 3:30a ET
• Trump Visits California's Fire-Ravaged Communities; Full Report on Khashoggi Death Tuesday; Netanyahu Faces Calls for Early Election; Families of Sunken Argentinian Sub Crew Demand Answers; Gillum Concedes to DeSantis in Florida Governor Race; Police Shooting of Security Guard Sparks Outrage; U.S. and Allies Still Battling ISIS in Eastern Syria. Aired 4-5a ET
• Trump Visits California's Fire-Ravaged Communities; Gillum Concedes to DeSantis in Florida Governor Race; Trump Says It's a Good Time for a Government Shutdown; Full Report on Khashoggi Death Tuesday; Britain's Messy Divorce; Netanyahu Faces Calls for Early Election; "SNL" Spotlights Steve Carell as Jeff Bezos. Aired 5-6a ET
• Trump Blasts Of Osama Bin Laden Raid; Trump Regrets Not Visiting Arlington Cemetery On Veterans Day; Bill Nelson Concedes Florida Senate Race To Rick Scott; 79 Killed, At Least 1,300 Missing In California Wildfires; Trump "Probably" Won't Sit For Mueller Interview; Trump Hints At Staff Shakeups, Lukewarm Review For Kelly; Education Department Unveils Protections For Those Accused Of Sexual Misconduct On Campuses. Aired 3-4 pm ET
• Florida's Recount Is Now Over; Northern California City Of Chico, Many Evacuees Are Camped Out In Parking Lots And So-Called Like Pop-Up Cities; President Said He Has No Plans To Respond To Questions About Obstruction Of Justice In Writing Or In Person; President Trump Said The U.S. Has The Tape That Captured Part Of The Murder Of Journalist Jamal Khashoggi; Former President Barack Obama Surprised His Wife On Stage With Flowers; Abrams Continued To Alleged Kemp Block Eligible Voters From Voter Roles. Aired 2-3p ET
• Feud Between President Trump And The Admiral McCraven; Firefighters In California Are Not Only Battling Flames But Also High Winds And Dry Air; Friday Is Just Around The Corner Kicking Off The Holiday Shopping Season; Aired 6-7p ET
• Trump Blasts Retired Admiral and Navy SEAL Critical of Him; Trump Not Aware of Whitaker's Criticism of Mueller Probe; Recount in Florida is Done; California Fire, 79 people dead, 1,300 Still Missing; Saudi Crown Prince Ordered the Killing CIA Says; Judge Orders Acosta's Pass Reinstated; Week Two of El Chapo Trial Begins Tomorrow; Grand Prix High Speed Crash in China; Black Security Guard Gunned Down by White Officer. Aired 5-6p ET
• Trump Blasts Venerated Navy SEAL Commander Who Criticized His Attacks on the Media; White House Writing Up Rules and Regulations for Reporters; Trump: Probably Won't Sit for Mueller Interview. Aired 7- 8p ET
• Trump Will Not Listen to the Recording of Jamal Khashoggi's Murder; This Is Life Season Ender; This Week's CNN Hero. Aired 4-5p ET
• Trump Ridicules Navy SEAL Commander Who Oversaw Bin Laden Raid; Students and Teachers Escaped Fire on School Bus; More Than 1,200 People Still Missing from Deadly Fire Zone; Bill Nelson Concedes Florida Senate Race to Rick Scott; Nancy Pelosi Fighting to Return as House Speaker; The Furry Life; Hospital Staff, Patients Fled Fires in Devastated Town; Aired 8-9p ET


November 17, 2018
• CIA Concludes Saudi Crown Prince Ordered Jamal Khashoggi's Death; California Wildfire Survivors Face Long Road to Recovery; Trump Answers Written Questions from Special Counsel; "Yellow Vests" Demand President Macron Lower Fuel Prices; U.K. Prime Minister May Moves Quickly to Fill Vacant Cabinet Posts. Aired 3-3:30a ET
• Wildfires Continue to Burn in Northern and Southern California; President Trump to Visit California to Assess Damage by Wildfires; Couple Takes in 93-Year-Old Veteran who Lost Home in California Wildfire; CIA Concludes Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman Ordered Killing of Journalist Jamal Khashoggi; President Trump States Written Answers to Special Counsel Mueller's Questions Completed; Some House Democrats Do Not Support Nancy Pelosi for House Speaker; Berkeley- Stanford College Football Game Delayed Due to Wildfires. Aired 10-11a ET
• CIA Concludes Saudi Crown Prince Ordered Jamal Khashoggi's Death; California Wildfire Survivors Face Long Road to Recovery; Trump Answers Written Questions from Special Counsel; U.K. Prime Minister May Moves Quickly to Fill Vacant Cabinet Posts; "Yellow Vests" Demand President Macron Lower Fuel Prices; Republican Mia Love Now Leads in Utah; Trump's Favorite Portraits of Himself. Aired 4-5a ET
• Deadly Camp Fire Rages; President Trump Visits California; Trump Answers Mueller's Questions in the Russian Election Meddling Probe; Trump Legal Team Takes Issue with Some Mueller Questions; Democrats Split on Choice for House Speaker; Fudge Considers Challenging Pelosi for House Speaker; Manual Recount Results Must Be Turned in Sunday At Noon; CNN Hero: Breaking The Cycle of Violence. Aired 12-1p ET
• Trump Arrives in Scorched Northern California; Trump to Meet Families & Survivors of Thousand Oaks Bar Shooting; Patients & Staff Escape Hospital Surrounded by Fire; CIA Concludes Saudi Crowned Prince Ordered Khashoggi Killing; Trump: I Wrote Answers to Mueller's Questions; House Republicans to Subpoena James Comey, Loretta Lynch; Avenatti: I'm Suing TMZ over "Garbage" Report of Domestic Violence; George Conway: Trump Administration a "Shitshow in a Dumpster Fire". Aired 1-2p ET
• Wildfires Continue to Burn in Northern and Southern California; President Trump Visits California to Assess Damage by Wildfires; CIA Concludes Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman Ordered Killing of Journalist Jamal Khashoggi; Julian Assange is Reportedly Inadvertently Named in Court Filings by U.S. Prosecutors. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• President Trump Getting His Feet Dirty In The Middle Of The California Wildfire Disaster; President Trump Getting A Briefing On The Jamal Khashoggi Case Today; President Trump Is Slamming A "New York Times" Report That Claims He Has Been Privately And Repeatedly Questioning Aids About Vice President Mike Pence's Loyalty; Federal Lawsuit Alleges Three Former Dartmouth College Professors Turned The Psychology Department Into A 21st Century Animal House. Aired 4-5p ET
• California Wildfires; interview with Mayor of Paradise, California; CIA Concludes Saudi Prince Ordered Journalists' Killing; Mueller Probe; Dems Split on Choice for House Speaker; Women Sue Dartmouth University. Aired 11a-12p ET
• Trump Arrives in California's Wildfire Disaster Zone; Victims Create Makeshift Evacuation Camp in Parking Lot; Wildfire Smoke Causing Air Quality Emergency in California; CIA Concludes Saudi Crowned Prince Ordered Khashoggi Killing but State Department Says No Conclusion Yet; Trump: I Wrote Answers to Mueller's Questions; Trump & Jerry Brown Address on California Fire Disaster; Less Than 24 Hours Before Florida Must Submit Manual Recount Results in High-Stakes Races; Trump Continues to Push Voter Fraud Conspiracy in Florida. Aired 3-4p ET
• CIA Concludes Saudi Crown Prince Ordered Jamal Khashoggi's Death; California Wildfire Survivors Face Long Road to Recovery; Trump Answers Written Questions from Special Counsel; Judge Orders White House to Return Jim Acosta's Press Pass; U.K. Prime Minister May Moves Quickly to Fill Vacant Cabinet Posts; U.S. Trade War; North Korea Weapons Test Sends a Message to Washington; Celine Dion Partners on Gender-Neutral Apparel; "Yellow Vests" Demand President Macron Lower Fuel Prices; Aired 5-6a ET
• California Wildfires; Air Quality In California; California Election Result; CIA Concludes Saudi Crowned Prince Ordered Khashoggi Killing; State Department: No Conclusion Yet on Khashoggi Killing; Sonia Sotomayor: What She Told Justice Kavanaugh When He Joined the Court; Trump on Pence: "I Don't Question His Loyalty at All"; Trump Answers Mueller's Written Questions. Aired 5-6p ET


November 16, 2018
• Theresa May's Political Future Hangs by a Thread; North Korea- U.S. Summit 2.0; President Trump Lashing Out at Mueller. Aired 3-4a ET
• Pelosi Faces Opposition; Judge Rule on CNN Case; U.S. Drops Key Demand of North Korea. Aired 9:30-10a ET
• U.K. PM May Vows to Make Brexit Deal a Reality; Women Protest after Lawyer Blames Underwear for Rape; SNL Star Confronts Childhood Trauma in "Cracked Up"; Critics Mock Trump's Claim That People Vote in Disguise. Aired 1-2a ET
• At Least 63 People Dead, 600-Plus Missing in Camp Fire; Florida Senate Race Heads to a Manual Recount; Rick Scott Leads Bill Nelson By 12,000-Plus Votes in Florida Senate Race; Pelosi Faces Growing Opposition to House Speaker Bid. Aired 9-9:30
• Theresa May Under Pressure After Gove Rejects Brexit Secretary Job; 66 Dead And More Than 600 Missing In California; Melania Trump Takes On Critics; A Cornered Trump = A Raging Trump. Aired 2-3a ET
• House Ethics Panel Issues Judgment Against Two Congressmen Over Sexual Harassment Allegations; White House Ordered to Reinstate Press Pass; Democratic Leadership Intrigue; President Trump Comments on Mueller Probe. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• Judges Sides with CNN, Says White House was Wrong to Revoke Jim Acosta's Press Pass; Florida Senate Race Heads to a Manual Recount; Seahawks Rally Past Packers; TUMS Ultimate Tailgate Comes to Nashville. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• Elvis, Babe Ruth, Scalia Among Medal of Freedom Honorees; Trump Says He Wrote Answers to Mueller's Questions and Not His Lawyers; White House Official Says Trump to Get Rid of Firefighters but Not Arsonists. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• Judge Sides with CNN And Orders White House to Return Acosta's Press Pass; George Conway Says the Trump Administration Is Like A Dumpster Fire; Couple and Homeless Man Are Charged with A GoFundMe Scam, Malibu Fire Survivors Stay Up All Night Watching for Flareups. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• "Clerical Error" Unsealed Court Filing: Assange Could Face Criminal Charges; GOP-Led Committee to Issue Subpoenas to Comey, Lynch on Mueller Probe Origination; Dramatic Video of Escape from California Wildfire; Lawsuit Claims Dartmouth Department Turned into "21st Century 'Animal House'"; North Korea Tests "High-Tech" Weapons as U.S. Drops Key Demand. Aired 2:30-3p ET
• U.K.'s Messy Divorce; "SNL" Star Confronts Childhood Trauma; North Korean State Media: Kim Inspects New Weapon; U.S. Issues Sanctions on 17 Saudis in Khashoggi Murder; U.K. Prime Minister May Vows to Make Brexit Deal A Reality. Aired 12m-1a ET
• Unsealed Court Filing Reveals WikiLeaks Founder Could Face Criminal Charges; Trump Met with Lawyers About Mueller Questions; More than 600 People Missing in California's Camp Fire; Florida Senate Race Heads to a Manual Recount; Judge Asks White House to Reinstate Jim Acosta's Hard Pass; Aired 10-10:30a ET


November 15, 2018
• Brexit Deal Confuses More in E.U.; Underwear Protest Posted Online; Death Toll Escalates in Northern California; Ceasefire Turned into More Rockets Firing. Aired 3-4a ET
• Florida Judge Gives More Tim for Voters; Death Toll Rises in California; Lawmakers Resign over Exit Plan; Judge Set to Rule in CNN Case; FaceBook Knew of Russian Interference. Aired 9:30-10a ET
• Refugee Repatriations Delayed after No Rohingya Volunteer; Netanyahu Defends Cease-fire with Gaza Militants; Endless Cycle of Mideast Violence; Ruling Expected Thursday in CNN Lawsuit against Trump; PM May Secures Cabinet Backing On Draft Brexit Deal; China Makes Opening Bid In Trade Talks With U.S.; Sources: White House And Cabinet Shakeup Coming; Michael Avenatti Arrested For Domestic Violence; 13 Million People Under Red Flag Fire Warning; U.S. Lawmakers Aim To Hold China Accountable For Alleged Uyghur Abuses. Aired 1-2a ET
• Flake Vows to Block Judges after GOP Blocks Mueller Protection Vote; U.S. Sanctions 17 Saudi Officials over Khashoggi Killing; Death Toll Rises to 58 and more than 300 still Missing; Trump Endorses Bipartisan Criminal Justice Reform Bill; E-cig Use Jumps among Teens. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• More Mueller Indictments Coming?; Michael Avenatti Facing Legal Trouble; Florida Recounts Hit Deadline. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• Federal Judge Denies Motion to Lift Florida Recount Deadlines; Max Boot Saddened to See Rubio Turn into Trump's Mini-Me; Senator Flake Says Protect Mueller Or I'll Stop Trump Judges; 17 Democrats Vowed to Vote No for Pelosi As Speaker; British Prime Minister Theresa May's Future Hangs in The Balance. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• Trump Floats More Conspiracies for GOP's Midterm Losses; Navy SEALs and Marines Charged in Death of Green Beret; Judge Delay CNN White House Ruling Until Tomorrow; 70 Democrats Vow to Vote No for Nancy Pelosi As Speaker. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• British P.M. Theresa May's Future Hangs in Balance over Brexit Plan; Saudi Prosecutor Calls for 5 to be Executed for Journalist's Murder; Cruz & O'Rourke Cross Paths at Airport, Pose for Photo; Facebook CEO: "Simple Untrue" Not Interested in Truth on Russia Meddling; Deadline for Florida Counties to Report Vote Tally Soon; At Least 58 Killed, 300 Missing in California Wildfires As 3rd Fire Starts. Aired 2:30-3p ET
• Trump Says He's Not Perturbed About Looming House Investigations; McConnell Blocks Bipartisan Bill to Safeguard Mueller Probe; Flake Vows to Block Judges After GOP Blocks Mueller Protection Vote; Seventeen Democrats Vow to Vote "No" for Nancy Pelosi as Speaker; Saudi Prosecutor Seeks Death Penalty for five in Khashoggi Killing; All 67 Florida Counties Face 3PM Deadline Today to Submit Machine Recount Totals; U.S. Futures Lower After Another Turbulent Day; Judge Allows Florida Voters More Time to Fix Signature Problems. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• Trump Said to be "Pissed at Damn Near Everyone"; 17 Democrats Vow to Vote No for Pelosi as Speaker; Judge Allows Voters More Time to Fix Signature Problems; Saudi Prosecutor Seeks Death Penalty for Five in Khashoggi Killing; Jeff Flake Vows to Block Judges After GOP Blocks Mueller Protective Vote; Aired 10-10:30a ET
• Israeli Defense Minister Quits Over Gaza Ceasefire; Ruling Expected Thursday in CNN Lawsuit Against Trump; Numerous Media Organizations Support CNN's Lawsuit Against White House for Revoking Jim Acosta's Press Pass. Aired 12m-1a ET
• Brexit Deal: Tusk Confirms November Summit on 'Lose-Lose Situation'; Uyghur Family Accuses China Of Tearing Them Appart, Says 23 members Have Disappeared Inside Camps; Key Moments Along The Path To Brexit; Marie Antoinette's Pearl Pendant Fetches Record Price. Aired 2-3a ET


November 14, 2018
• Theresa May Under Pressure Over Brexit; Deafening Silence in Gaza's Border; An Adviser That's Always Heard; V.P. Mike Pence Takes on Aung San Suu Kyi. Aired 3-4a ET
• Trump Considers Shake-up; 50 Dead in California Wildfires; Submitting Answers to Mueller; NRA Slams Doctors Over Guns. Aired 9:30-10a ET
• Legal Battles Unfolding as Florida Races Toward Recount Deadline; Fed Judge to Hear Arguments on Florida Signature Match Law; Election Officials to Review Thousands of Provisional Ballots in Georgia; Lawmakers Back on Capitol Hill for Class Photos and Leadership Talks; McConnell Meets with Newly-Elected GOP Senators; Trump Considers Major Shakeup in His Administration; U.S. Futures Down After Wild Tuesday on Wall Street. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• Pilots Accuse Boeing of Withholding Safety Info; Saudi Intelligence Officer Shocked by Recording; U.S. Trial for "El Chapo" Begins; First Lady Pushes Out Deputy National Security Adviser; Legacy of Prince Charles Tied to Dumfries House; Hockney Painting Expected to Fetch $80 million; Draft Brexit Deal Reached Between U.K. And E.U.; Trump Lashes Out At Macron On Twitter; Palestinian Factions Announce Ceasefire With Israel; Death Toll Climbs To 48 In Northern California Wildfire; California Resident Fights To Save Home From Fire. Aired 1- 2a ET
• U.S. Troops Stuck at Border Due to Trump Stunt?; White House Chaos?; Florida Recount. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• CNN: Trump Eyeing Replacements for Kelly, Nielsen; Anti-Pelosi Dems Warn she won't have Votes for Speaker; Brush Fire Sparks Overnight near Los Angeles; Soon: Mattis to Visit U.S.-Mexico Border; Trump "Invasion" Talk about Caravan Decreased after Election. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• Death Toll Climbs to 50 in California Wildfires; Report Released on Death of Woman Nearly Sucked Out of Jet; Juror's Anxiety Delays "El Chapo" Drug Trial; Judges Hearing Arguments in CNN Case Against Trump. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• First Lady Leads New Round of White House Firings and Fury; Nick Ayers The 36-Year Old Who Could Become Chief of Staff; Trump Has Tweeted Zero about The Caravan After the Elections; Trump Calls for Firing of Florida Election Official. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• Trump Eyeing to Replace John Kelly and Kirstjen Nielsen; Fate of Top NSC Aide in Uncertain; Florida Governor Rick Scott Attends Senate Leadership Talks, Photo; DOJ Confirms Appointment of Matt Whitaker Constitutional; Legal Battles Unfolding as Florida Recount Deadline Nears; Aired 10-10:30a ET
• Death Toll Rises to 50 in California Wildfires; Red Cross's Safe and Well Program Helps Loved Ones Find Fire Survivors; Trump Reportedly Berated British Prime Minister Theresa May in Call; CIA's "Project Medicine" Explored Use of Truth Serum for High-Level Prisoners after 9/11; First Lady Says White House Aide "No Longer Deserves" to Work in White House. Aired 2:30-3p ET
• Militants in Gaza Announce Ceasefire With Israel; Pilots Accuse Boring of Withholding Safety Information; U.S. Trial for Accused Drug Trafficker "El Chapo" Begins. Aired 12m-1a ET
• DUP Warns May Over Brexit Deal As Cabinet Prepares For Showdown; Report: Saudi Intelligence Officer Shocked By Recording; Putin Critic Says He's Barred From Leaving Russia; "Portrait Of An Artist" Poised To Smash Records; Hockney Painting Expected To Fetch $80 Million. Aired 2-3a ET


November 13, 2018
• Death Toll in California Fires Rise to 44; Tech Stocks Pull Down Dow; Theresa May Optimistic of Brexit Talks. Aired 3-4a ET
• Defend Whitaker Appointment; CNN Files Lawsuit; Dems Working Against Pelosi; Showdown over Spending. Aired 9:30-10a ET
• Lawsuit Filed to Replace New Acting Attorney General; Does Trump Show Pattern of Disrespecting U.S. Soldiers?; Melania Trump Feuding With Deputy National Security Adviser?. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• Trump Is Eyeing Replacements for Chief of Staff and Others; Maryland Challenges Trump's Whitaker Appointment as Unlawful; CNN Sues White House for Suspending Jim Acosta's Press Pass; 44 Dead in California Wildfires, Worst in State History. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• Death Toll Rises to 44 in California Wildfires; Israel Launches Dozens of Airstrikes on Gaza Targets; U.S. Think Tank Says North Korea Hiding Missile Bases; Paris Visit Exposes Cracks in U.S.-Europe Alliance; Saudi Arabia to Cut Oil Production; Congo Faces Its Worst Ebola Outbreak Ever; Remembering Marvel Universe Creator Stan Lee.. Aired 12-1a ET
• Paris Visit Exposes Cracks in U.S.-European Alliance; U.S. Backed Forces Battle ISIS in Eastern Syria; Congo Faces its Worst Ebola Outbreak Ever; The Amazing Stan Lee; Death Toll Rises To 44 In California Wildfires; U.S. Think Tank: Pyongyang Hiding Missile Bases; Hagel: There Is No Denuclearization Agreement. Aired 1-2a ET
• Death Toll Rises to 44 in California Wildfires; Israel Launches Dozens of Airstrikes on Gaza Targets; Wall Street Losses Extend to Tokyo's Nikkei; U.S. President Tweets Up Controversy at Home and Abroad; Brexit: Time Running Out As Theresa May Claims Talks in 'The Endgame'; Saudi Energy Minister On Oil: We Need To Do "Whatever It Takes" To Balance The Market; Suu Kyi Stripped Of Amnesty Intl's Highest Honor; Comic Legend Stan Lee Dies At 95. Aired 2-3a ET
• Monica Lewinsky Gets Emotional and Candid in New Interview; Investigation into High School Students Appearing to Make Nazi Salute; 44 Dead in California Wildfires, Worst in State History; Boeing Withheld in Full on New 737 Max Planes According to Pilot Group. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• Officials Predict Trump Could Ask Department of Homeland Security Secretary Nielsen to Resign Soon; President Trump Hits Back at Macron After French President Rebukes Nationalism; CNN Sues White House for Suspending CNN Reporter's Press Pass; DOJ Office of Legal Counsel to Defend Whitaker's Appointment; 42 Dead, More Missing in California Wildfires; Florida Judge Calls Republicans and Democrats to Ramp Down Rhetoric in Recount. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• Florida Officials Racing to Finish Recount by Deadline; Kirstjen Nielsen to be Asked to Resign Soon?; Interview with Rep. Denny Heck (D), Washington. Aired 10-10:30a ET
• Camp Fire Now Deadliest in California History, 42 Dead, More Missing; Israel, Gaza Militants Trade Deadly Rocket, Mortar Fire; Police Officer Kills Security Guard Who Stopped Alleged Gunman; White House Responds to CNN Lawsuit. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• Actress Tracey Bregman Lost Malibu Home in California Wildfire; Bill Nelson Press Conference on Gubernatorial Recount; Is Brenda Snipes Hinting She'll Step Down at Broward County Elections Supervisor; FBI States Show Dramatic Rise in Hate Crimes as White Nationalists Declare Election Victory; Security Guard Jemel Roberson Stopped Bar Gunman, Was Killed by Police. Aired 2:30-3p ET


November 12, 2018
• Northern California Inferno Continues; Bromance Gone Between Trump and Macron; Still No Evidence of Khashoggi's Body; World Headlines; World Leaders Mark 100 Years Since End of World War I; U.S. Demands Ceasefire in Yemen; Fresh Violence Erupt in Gaza; Alibaba's Online Sales Hit New Record on China's Singles Day; China Unveils Artificial Intelligence News Anchor. Aired 3-4a ET
• House Dems Mounting Fight to Protect Mueller; Trump Facing Criticism on France Trip; U.S. Will Hold Khashoggi's Killer Accountable. Aired 9:30-10a ET
• U.S.-France Relations; Macron: Nationalism Is A Betrayal Of Patriotism; Trump Criticized For Skipping Cemetery Event; Mayor, 90 Percent Of Homes Are Gone In Paradise, California; At Least 31 Killed As Wildfires Ravage California; Israeli Soldier, 7 Palestinians Killed In Gaza; Bringing the History of WWI to Life; Alibaba's Online Sales Hit New Record on Singles Day. Aired 1-2a ET
• The Florida Recount Is Underway; Rhetoric Rises Between Democrats and The GOP -- Judge Tells Them to Sit Down; Palm Beach County Says Fairly Confident in Making the Recount Deadline but Only in The Senate Race; Death Toll Rises and Hundreds Are Missing as The Wildfires Rage in California; Firefighter to Go Straight from The Bar Shooting to Wildfires; Marvel Comics Creator Stan Lee Dies. Aired 2- 2:30p ET
• Air Traffic Controller Slurs Words and Confuses Pilots; First Lady Rebuffs Michelle Obama's Offer of Advice; NBA Players Honor Borderline Bar Victims; Owner of Borderline Bar Says Too Early to Decide About Reopening; Mother of Telemachus Orfanos Says Get Rid of All Guns. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• Recount Underway in Razor-Thin Florida Senate and Governor Races; GOP Claims "Specific Evidence" of Election Fraud in Florida; Sinema's Lead Widens in Tight Arizona Senate Race; Georgia Governor and Arizona Senate Races Still Remain Undecided; House Democrats Mount Pressure to Fight to Protect Mueller; At Least 31 Killed as Wildfires Scorch California. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• Florida Republican Scott Asks That Ballots Be Guarded In Senate Race Recount; Voter Ballots Being Recounted In Key Florida Races; Israeli Soldier, 7 Palestinians Killed In Gaza; Remembering A Hero Of The Great War; Emmanuel Macron Sent a Warning Across the World; Deadly Fires Still Raging in California; A Race to Tally Every Single Vote; The Philippine Government is Facing Accusations that it is Attacking Freedom of the Press; Myanmar Says it's Ready to Receive More Than 2,000 Rohingyans. Aired 2-3a ET
• At Least 31 Killed as Wildfires Scorch California; Recount Underway in Razor-Thin Florida Senate and Governor's Races; House Democrats Mounting Fight to Protect Robert Mueller. Aired 10-10:30a ET
• At Least 31 Killed as Wildfires Scorch California; California's Camp Fire is Most Destructive in State History; One-on-One with Prime Minister Justin Trudeau; Election Night in America Continued; Congressman-Elect's Message of Reconciliation on SNL. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• Marvel Comics Legend Stan Lee Dead at 95; Trump Misses Ceremony Due to Rain & French President Slams Nationalism in Front of Trump; Senator Ignites Backlash over "Public Hanging" Remark; Satellite Images Show North Korea Moving Forward with Ballistic Missile Program at Hidden Bases. Aired 2:30-3p ET
• At Least 31 Killed in Massive California Wildfires; Voter Ballots Being Recounted in Key Florida Races; Macron: Nationalism Is a Betrayal of Patriotism. Aired 12-1a ET
• Deadly Fires; Impaired Air Traffic Controller?; Florida Recount; Trump Targets Puerto Rican Aid Money. Aired 3-3:30p ET


November 11, 2018
• World Leaders in Paris for Armistice Centennial Ceremony; Officials Warn Fierce Winds Expected to Fuel Flames in California. Aired 3-3:30a ET
• World Leaders in Paris for Armistice Centennial Ceremony; Fire Wipes Out California Town. Aired 4-5a ET
• World Leaders in Paris for Armistice Centennial Ceremony. Aired 5-6a ET
• Hundreds Of Thousands Of People Around Los Angeles Have Evacuated; Voting Recount Continues in Florida; Republican senate candidate Rick Scott, the current governor, filing three lawsuits in state court today. Aired 6-7p ET
• Flames Rip Through New Areas Of Southern California, Death Toll From California Fires Now 25; Macron Rebukes Nationalism As Trump Observes Armistice Day; President Trump Marks 100 Years Since End Of World War I; W.H. Explains Trump's Cancellation Of Cemetery Trip After Backlash "Due To Logistical Difficulties Caused By Weather; Recount Underway In Florida Senate And Governor Races; Rick Scott Campaign To File Election Related Lawsuits In Florida; Trump Wildfire Tweet Triggers Backlash. Aired 3-4p ET
• Wildfires in California, 25 Deaths and Rising; Trump Faces Backlash Over Weekend in Paris; Rick Scott Files Three Lawsuits in Florida Recount; Democrats Calling for Acting AG's Recusal; Women, Minorities and LGBT Wins in Midterm Election; Centenary of World War I; Face to Face Apology in SNL. Aired 5-6p ET
• World Leaders Come Together To Mark The 100th Anniversary Of World War I; Firefighters In California Are Carrying Out The Grim And Heartbreaking Task Of Searching Through Ash And Debris For Victims Killed By Those Devastating Fires; Recount Votes In Florida Is About To Start; Russia Investigation Is In Danger Now That Matt Whitaker Has Become The Acting U.S. Attorney General. Aired 2-3p ET
• Palm Beach County Says it Won't Be Able to Reach the Recount Deadline; House and Senate Democrats Say Matt Whitaker Should Recuse Himself From the Russia Investigation; This Week's CNN Hero; The Most Horrific Fire Seen in California in 30 Years. Aired 4-5p ET
• 25 Dead, Hundred More Others Missing as Wildfires Burn Out of Control Across California; Trump Wildfire Tweet Triggers Backlash; California Governor Calls Wildfires the New Abnormal; Rick Scott Accuses Nelson of Trying to Commit Fraud. Aired 7-8p ET
• 25 Dead. More than 100 Missing as Wildfires Burn Out of Control Across California; Emmanuel Macron Rebukes Trump Over Nationalism; Rick Scott Accuses Bill Nelson of Fraud; Michelle Obama Talks About Her Children, Marriage in New Book; Grandmother Donates Her Kidney to Others to Help Granddaughter; Aired 8-9p ET


November 10, 2018
• Trump Spars with Macron as He Arrives in France for Armistice 100th Anniversary; Trump Appoints Matt Whitaker as Attorney General; California Wildfires; Victims of Deadly California Shooting Remembered; Tranquil French Forest Still Carries Scars of War. Aired 3-3:30a ET
• Trump Spars with Macron as He Arrives in France for Armistice 100th Anniversary; Trump Appoints Matt Whitaker as Attorney General; California Wildfires; Victims of Deadly California Shooting Remembered; One Family's Sacrifice during the Great War; Trump May Have Violated Federal Campaign Finance Laws; Former First Lady Slams Trump's Birther Movement. Aired 4-5a ET
• Wildfires Burn Uncontained in Northern and Southern California; Interview with Paradise, California, Mayor Jody Jones; President Trump Visits France; President Trump Criticizes French President on Twitter Ahead of Arrival in France; Deadline Set for Florida Vote Count; Recounts Likely to be Triggered in Florida Gubernatorial and Senatorial Races; Interview with Father of Shooting Victim Richard Martinez. Aired 10-11a ET
• Trump Spars with Macron as He Arrives in France for Armistice 100th Anniversary; California Wildfires; Tranquil French Forest Still Carries Scars of War. Aired 5-6a ET
• Florida Counties Must Submit Votes to Secretary of State by Noon; WSJ: Trump Had Central Role in Hush Money Payments to Porn Star and Playboy Model; California Wildfires: 9 Dead, 35 Missing As Fire Spread; Trump Tries to Downplay Whitaker Ties amid Backlash; Iowa Senator Says Whitaker Targeted Him; ; Trump, Macron Gloss Over Differences After Rough Start; Doctors Take on NRA Over Gun Violence; Motion Approved Recount in Broward County Races; Chris Stout: Championing Military Veterans in Need. Aired 12-1p ET
• Motion Approved in Broward County to Begin Recount in Florida Races; 9 Dead, 35 Missing as Fires Spread on Both Ends of California; WSJ: Trump Personally Involved in Hush Money Payments; Trump Personally Involved in Hush Money Payments; Trump Downplays Ties to New A.G. Who Criticized Mueller Probe as George Conway Criticizes Appointment; Trump Blasts Michelle Obama After Saying She'll Never Forgive Trump for Birther Comments. Aired 1-2p ET
• Recounts Triggered in Florida Gubernatorial and Senate Races; President Trump's Pick as Acting Attorney General Matt Whitaker Draws Criticism; Wildfires Continue to Burn Uncontained in Northern and Southern California; Interview with Political Donor Tom Steyer; Doctor Criticizes NRA's Response to Calls for Gun Violence to be Treated as Public Health Crisis. Aired 2-3p ET
• 9 Dead, 35 Missing as Fires Spread on Both Ends of California; Trump Criticizes California Government over Wildfires Amid Meeting with Marcon in Paris; Trump Downplays Ties to New A.G. Who Criticized Mueller Probe; White House Counsel Interviewed Whitaker Last Year on Possibly Joining Trump Legal Team; Motion Approved in Broward County to Begin Recount in Florida Races; Trump, Macron Share Rough Handshake Again in Paris; Trump Insults 3 African-American Female Reporters; Midterm Elections Show Continued Political Divides in U.S.. Aired 3-4p ET
• Literally Thousands Of Homes And Businesses That Are Gone Today Caught In The Path Of A Wind-Swept Wildfire, Many Of Which Are Burning Out Of Control In The Los Angeles Area, And Also In Northern Parts Of California; Democrats Ceasing Control Of The House In This Week's Midterm Elections; Protesters Had Descended On A Broward County Elections Office; People Of Turkish Authorities Say Was Responsible For Killing Jamal Khashoggi. Aired 4-5p ET
• Nine Dead, 35 Missing as Fires Spread on Both Ends of California; Noon Deadline for Decision on Florida Recount; Backlash over President Trump's Pick for Acting Attorney General; Trump, Macron Gloss over Differences after Rough Start; WSJ: Trump Had Central Role in Payments to Porn Star and Playboy Model; White House Planned to Replace Sessions with Whitaker for Months. Aired 11a-12p ET
• Paradise Destroyed By Wildfire; Fire Runs Through Malibu; Surviving Two Shootings; Recounts In Florida; Trump Signs Proclamation Limiting Asylum Seekers at Border; Midterms Broke Barriers with History-Making Elections of Women, LGBT Candidates; After Midterms Trump Fires A.G., Revokes Reporter's White House Credentials; Trump Accuses Election Officials of Voter Fraud; Trump Criticized Macron Hours Before Meeting in Paris; Trump Blasts Michelle Obama After Saying She'll Never Forgive Trump for Birther Comments. Aired 5-6p ET
• CNN: WH Aides Surprised By Backlash To Whitaker Appointment; Backlash As Trump Appoints A Mueller Critic To Oversee Mueller; Father Consoles, Sings To Daughter As They Drive Through Fire. Aired 8-9p ET


November 09, 2018
• Disturbed Ex-marine Killed 12 People in California; A Man Stabs People in Busy Melbourne District; Taliban Participates in Historic Meeting; World Leaders Remembers World War I. Aired 3-4a ET
• 12 Dead Including Police Officer In Mass Shooting; Sources: Mueller's Team Drafting Its Final Report; Evacuations Ordered As Wildfires Ravage California; California "Camp Fire" Grows To More Than 8,000 Hectares; Gun Reform Missing from the Ballot; "Let's Rise" is an Anthem for U.S. Gun Reform; World War I Presented in Vivid Detail; Tlaib to be One of First Muslim Women in Congress; People of the World, Spice Up Your Life. Aired 1-2a ET
• One Person is Dead After a Stabbing Attack in Melbourne, Australia; Gunman Opened Fire at a Bar Packed Full of College Students; The United Nations Security Council Had a Meeting Thursday to Discuss North Korean Sanctions. Aired 2-3a ET
• California Gunman was Veteran; Remembering Victims of Bar Massacre; Michelle Obama's New Book; Trump Takes Questions Before Leaving for Paris. Aired 9:30-10a ET
• Three Fires Destroy Thousands of Structures, Force Evacuations; California Gunman Made Disturbing Facebook Post. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• Michelle Obama Blasts Trump Over Birtherism; New Attorney General Says Judges Should Have Biblical View; Florida Senate Fight. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• "Wall Street Journal" Says Feds Gather Evidence Of Trump Involvement In Payments That Violated Campaign Finance Laws; Trump Says Today He Doesn't Know Acting Attorney General Whitaker; Last Month Trump Said I Know Matt Whitaker Is A Great Guy; Whitaker Said In 2014 That Judges Need A Biblical View Of Justice; New Acting Attorney General Criticized Supreme Court's Power; Dueling Lawsuits As Florida Senate Race Gets Ugly. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• Michelle Obama Reveals Intimate Details About IVF, Miscarriage; Thousands in California Flee as Fast-Moving Flames Close In; All Victims Are Now Identified in Thousand Oaks Shooting; Nonprofit Provides Refuge for Sex Trafficking Survivors; Judge Rules Florida County Must Turn Over Voting Records by Tonight. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• Deja Vu Vote Recounts Likely in Florida; Three Major California Fires Force Evacuations, Destroy Thousands of Structures; Democrats Plot Plans to Address Sessions' Firing and to Protect Mueller; There's Been Growing Concern in the White House Over Acting Attorney General's Backlash; Trump Threatens to Investigate Democrats if They Investigate Him; Florida Braces for Recounts in Governor and Senate Races; Investigators Search for Motive in Thousand Oaks Bar Shooting; Video Captures Horror Inside California Bar Under Attack; California Gunman Posted Message About Shooting on Facebook. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• Dueling Lawsuits as Florida Senate Race Gets Ugly; Trump Calls Black Female Reporters "Stupid, Nasty, Racist"; Trump Slams Michelle Obama After Saying Trump Put Her Family in Danger Peddling Birther Conspiracy; All Victims Identified in Thousand Oaks Bar Shooting. Aired 2:30-3p ET
• Thousand Oaks Massacre Claims 12, Including Police Officer; Mueller's Team Drafting Its Final Report; Overview of the U.S. Midterms; "Let's Rise" Tackles U.S. Gun Violence; Sources: Mueller's Team Drafting Its Final Report; Evacuations Ordered as Wildfires Ravage California; Prince Charles: I Won't Meddle In Controversial Affairs. Aired 12m-1a ET
• Trump Seeks to Distance Himself From Acting Attorney General Matt Whitaker. Aired 10-10:30a ET


November 08, 2018
• Jeff Sessions Out, Matt Whitaker In; Democrats Plotting Plans Against Trump Administration; Asia Bibi's Freedom Still Shackled. Aired 3-4a ET
• Attorney General Replaced Bu Mueller Probe Critic; Democrats Regain Control Of U.S. House; Trump Claims Credit for Republican Wins; Sources: North Korea Called Off Meeting With Pompeo; Record Number Of Women To Serve In Congress; Trump versus the Media; Woman Acquitted of Blasphemy Moved from Jail; France Honors Heroism of Louise de Bettignies; "Breaking Bad" Movie May Be in the Works. Aired 1-2a ET
• Details on Suspected Gunman; Twelve Dead in Mass Shooting; Lawsuit Against Kemp; Nelson Calls for Recount; Democrats to Investigate Sessions' Departure. Aired 9:30-10a ET
• Trump Mocks Republicans Who Lost in Midterms; Trump Postpones Talks with North Korea; 2018 Midterms Set Records for Women in Congress; U.S. Attorney General Replaced By Mueller Probe Critic; Sources: North Korea Called Off Meeting With U.S.; Trump Insults At Combative News Conference. Aired 12-1a ET
• California Shooting News Conference; New Details on the California Shooting. Aired 10-10:30a ET
• California Shooting; Florida Heading for Recounts?; Ruth Bader Ginsburg Hospitalized; Interview With Tennessee Congressman Steve Cohen. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• Jeff Sessions Firing: Top Republicans Warn Mueller Inquiry Must Continue; Gates: "You Need To Work With Every Government"; Sources: North Korea Called Off Meeting With U.S.; Reports: Dead Brothel Owner Wins Nevada State Assembly Seat; Woman Acquitted of Blasphemy Moved from Jail; Kidnapped Cameroon Children Released. Aired 2-3a ET
• Hero Officer Among Those Killed in Mass Shooting; Father of Shooting Victim Speaks About His Firstborn Son Killed; Ag Would Occur Recusal from Mueller Probe Appears Unlikely; Florida Governor and Senate Races Now Within Recount Margin. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• Florida Governor and Senate Races Now within Recount Margin; Justice Ruth Blatter Ginsburg in Hospital with Fractured Ribs; Whitaker Recusal from Mueller Probe Appears Unlikely; Victim's Dad: Last Thing I Said to Him Was I Love You; Antifa Activists at Home of Fox Host Tucker Carlson
• Mass Shooting at California Bar Filled with College Students; Sheriff's Deputy Among 12 Dead in Bar Shooting; Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg Fell, Fractured Ribs; Trump and Acting Attorney General Whitaker to Attend Kavanaugh Ceremony; Top Democrats Call for Whitaker to Recuse Himself from Mueller Probe; New Acting Attorney General Suggests Starving Mueller Probe of Funds; Twelve Dead in Mass Shooting at a California Bar Filled with College Students; Stocks to Fall Ahead of Interest Rate Announcement. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• Georgia Dem Stacey Abrams Files Lawsuit Against Brian Kemp; Gillum Concedes but Wants Recount; Bill Nelson Demands Recount in Florida Senate Race; Concern Over Trump's Acting Attorney General's Ties to Scam Company; Witnesses Describe CA Bar Shooting; Sessions' Firing Could Impact Roger Stone Associate Challenging Mueller Subpoena. Aired 2:30-3p ET
• Source: Mueller's Team has Begun Writing Final Report; Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg Hospitalized after Fall; Kemp Announces He's Resigning as GA Secretary of State; Abrams Campaign: We don't Accept Kemp's Victory Declaration. Aired 10:30-11a ET


November 07, 2018
• Democrats Won House Race; Florida to take an Automatic Recount; Republicans Still Hold Senate Seats. Aired 3-4a ET
• Abrams Refuses to Concede; Election Outcomes in Key States; Florida Senate Race; New Hampshire's First Openly Gay Member of Congress. Aired 9:30-10a ET
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• A Record Number of Women Elected to U.S. House of Representatives; Democrats Take Control of House, GOP Keeps Senate; Stacey Abrams Refuses to Concede Georgia Governor's Race. Aired 9- 9:30a ET
• Democrats Take Control of House, GOP Keeps Senate; Trump Feels Vindicated After Midterms; Senator Bill Nelson Calls for Recount in Florida Senate Race; Interview with Senator Dick Durbin; Interview with Congresswoman-elect Deb Haaland; Aired 10-10:30a ET
• Trump on upcoming Democratic Probes, Two Can Play at That Game; Trump Shames Republicans Who Lost After Not Embracing Him; CNN Calls Trump's Attacks on The Press Disturbingly Un-American; Trump's Behavior Toward Black Reporters Not Seen Before in The White House; CNN Projects Democrat Jon Tester Wins Montana Senate Race. Aired 2- 2:30p ET
• CNN Predicts Dem Jon Tester Wins Montana Senate Race; Senate Races Too Close to Call in Arizona, Florida; Trump Shames Republicans Who Lost After Not Embracing Him; Attorney General Jeff Sessions Resigns. Aired 2:30-3p ET
• First Native American Women Elected to Congress; Dems Win Control of House; GOP Keeps Senate; McConnell Speaks as GOP Holds onto Senate Majority; McConnell: Trump was "Very Helpful" in Senate Races. Aired 10:30-11a ET


November 06, 2018
• U.S. Midterms Just Hours Away; Trump's Approval Rating Plummets; Racist Ad Taken Out by Media Networks; North Korea Wants U.S. Sanctions to be Removed; Iran's Economy Hurt by Latest U.S. Sanctions. Aired 3-4a ET
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• Voters Hit the Polls in High-Stakes Midterm Elections; Texas Voters Decide Between Cruz and O'Rourke in Heated Senate Race. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• Texas Voters Decide Senate Race; Walker Fighting in Wisconsin; Issues at Multiple Polling Places; Medical Marijuana on Ballots; High- States Midterm Elections. Aired 9:30-10a ET
• Election Day Arrives. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• Trump Makes Final Effort to Rile His Base Using Fear, Division and Racial Anxiety; Iran Vows To Keep Exporting Oil Despite U.S. Sanctions; U.S. Officially Reimposes Sanctions Against Iran; Millennial Candidate Looks To Unseat Republican; Kemp's Office Investigating Georgia Democratic Party; Armed Gunmen Kidnap 79 Children in Cameroon; North Korea Could Restart Nuclear Activities; Fallen American Soldier Had Final Wish about Elections. Aired 2-3a ET
• Up for Grabs -- 36 Governor Raises, 35 Senate Seats, 435 House Seats; Georgia Voters Are Deciding an Historic and Heated Governors Race; Senate Currently Has 49 Democrats And 51 Republicans; Trump Is Not on The Ballot but His Presence Looms Over All Midterm Elections; Americans Turn Out in Record Numbers for Early Voting; A Divided America Voting to Decide Who Controls Congress. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• O'Rourke vs Cruz, Voters Decide Contentious Senate Race; State Ballot Measures to Watch, Marijuana, Medicaid, Voter ID; Americans Turn out in Record Numbers in Early Voting; Some Reports of Voting Issues, Technical Glitches. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• Texas Voters Decide Between Cruz, O'Rourke in Heated Senate Race; Now: Voters Hit the Polls in High-Stakes Midterm Elections; Trudeau: Trump Tariffs had No Effect on NAFTA Negotiations. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• Voters Hit the Polls in High Stakes Midterm Elections; Aired 10-10:30a ET
• GOP Gov. Scott Walker Fighting for 3rd Term in Wisconsin; Candidates Could Make History in Several States; Congressional Race Can Give Idea of Where Country is Headed; Major Brent Taylor's Final Wish for Election Day in the U.S. Aired 2:30-3p ET


November 05, 2018
• Midterm Elections 48 Hours to Go; Jamal Khashoggi's Family Wants to See His Body; Voter's Opinion Divided; World Headlines; Yemen War a "Living Hell" for Children; Renewed Sanctions Against Iran Take Effect; Nine People From Two Families Killed in Sicily as Death Toll from Severe Weather in Italy Rises to 29; Music Helps Mosul Rebuild After Fall of Militants; Agent and Officer Join Estonian President in New York Race. Aired 3-4a ET
• Historic New Hampshire Race; Khashoggi's Sons Speak Out; High- Stakes Midterm Elections. Aired 9:30-10a ET
• One Day To Go Until Tuesday Critical Elections; Georgia Launches Prober Into State Democratic Party; Renewed U.S. Sanctions Against Iran Take Effect; Khashoggi Sons Speak Out About Father's Murder; Midterm Elections; Texas Senate Race between Cruz and O'Rourke Heats Up; Asia Bibi's Husband Fears for Her Life; Death Toll from Storms Climbs to 29. Aired 1-2a ET
• Midterm Election Outlook; Midterms Safe From Hacking?. Aired 3- 3:30p ET
• CNN Poll Shows Democrats Maintain Advantage on Congressional Ballot; McCaskill Says Trump Motivates People to Vote for Me; Trumps Approval At 39 Percent the Worst Rating In 60 Years; Georgia Candidate Abrams Calls Kemp's Hacking Accusation A Witch Hunt. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• NYT Poll: Iowa Race Tightens as GOP Rep. King Faces Controversy; 35 Senate Seats at Stake Tomorrow; CNN Poll: Health Care and Immigration are Top Issues for Voters. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• CNN Polls Show Seven in Ten Voters Say Vote is Meant to Send a Message to President Trump; Democrats Hold Double-Digit Lead Over GOP in Generic Congressional Ballot; Trump and Top Democrats Rally for Votes in Last-Minute Midterm Push. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• Are Tomorrow's Midterm Safe from Hacking? Big Names Enlisted for Final Midterms Push; Millennial's Running for Office in Both Parties; Iowa Grandmother Claims Half Of $688 Million Prize. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• New Poll Shows Massive Gender Gap Ahead of Midterms; U.S. Mayor, Father of 7 Killed in Afghan Inside Attack; "SNL" Comedian Under Fire for Mocking Republican Candidate & Veteran Who Lost Eye During Combat; Trump's Final Argument Before Midterms is Immigration, Not Economy. Aired 2:30-3p ET
• Trump, Top Dems Rally for Votes in Last-Minute Midterm Rush; Georgia Launches Probe of State's Democratic Party Days Before Election; Florida Race for Governor Down to the Wire; Interview with J.D. Scholten; Aired 10-10:30a ET
• Exclusive: Khashoggi Sons Issue Emotional Appeal For The Return Of Their Father's Body; U.S. High Court Won't Block Climate Change Lawsuit; Study: Oceans Absorbed More Heat Than Estimated. Aired 2-3a ET
• Renewed U.S. Sanctions Against Iran Take Effect; French Prime Minister Visits New Caledonia After Independence Election; Death Toll From Italy Storms Climbs to 29; Obama Hit Campaign Trail in Midwestern U.S.; Renewed U.S. Sanctions against Iran Going into Effect; Jamal Khashoggi's Sons Speak Out about Father's Murder. Aired 12-1a ET


November 04, 2018
• Final Days of Campaigning for U.S. Elections; Missouri Senate Race Could Swing Balance of Power; Iran to Face Renewed U.S. Sanctions. Aired 3-3:30a ET
• The President And Vice President And Vice President Will Be Sharing The Stage There With Brian Kemp; Democrats See Nevada As One Of The Best Opportunities To Pick Up A U.S. Senate Seat; 26-Year-Old James Polite Is Facing Four Hate Crime Charges Including Arson For Allegedly Setting A Fire At A Jewish Study School; Iowa Congressman Steve King Has Waited Until The Closing Day Of The Campaign To Launch His First TV Ad; Some 38 Million People Will Be Under Severe Weather Alerts On Tuesday; Aired 2-3p ET
• Trump: Top Democrats Country in Final Midterm Push; Kemp's Office Claims Failed Voting Hack; Polls Show a Close Race in Indiana for U.S. Senate Race; Polls Show a Dead Heat in Battleground Florida Governor's Race; Trump Obama Make Closer Arguments Ahead of Midterm Votes; Democrats Facing Tough Challenge to Retake Senate; Trump Stokes Fear About Undocumented Immigrants; Trump Cabinet Member Criticized for "Cotton Picking" Remark. Aired 3-4p ET
• James Polite is facing four hate crime charges for anti-semitic messages; Steelers Quarterback Ben Roethlisberger paid tribute to the victims of the recent tragedy in Pittsburgh; President Donald Trump and Former President Obama have been travelling all over the country; the governor's race is getting a lot of attention; Aired 4-5p ET
• Final Days of Campaigning for U.S. Elections; Trump Demonizes Migrants; Iran to Face Renewed U.S. Sanctions; Florida Yoga Shooter Clues; Services Honor Pittsburgh Synagogue Victims; Missouri Senate Race Could Swing Balance of Power; A House Divided by the White House: The Conway Family Feud. Aired 4-5a ET
• Final Days of Campaigning for U.S. Elections; Iran to Face Renewed U.S. Sanctions; Race for Georgia Governor's Seat; Tennessee Senate Race; Services Honor Pittsburgh Synagogue Victims; Florida Yoga Shooter Clues; Cyber Security Teams Simulate Hacking. Aired 5-6a ET


November 03, 2018
• Shooter Kills Two in Attack on Yoga Class; Funeral Services Continue for Those Killed in Synagogue Shooting; Candidates Avoid Issue of Gun Control for Midterms; President Obama Campaigns for Democratic Candidate for Midterms; Fact Checker Examines President Trump's False Statements; Analyst Examines Vulnerability of U.S. Electoral Infrastructure. Aired 10-11a ET
• Trump Plays to Fears ahead of Midterms, Obama Campaigns for Dems; Iranians Defiant in Face of U.S. Pressure; Seven-Year-Old Girl Who Symbolized Yemen's Suffering Dies. Aired 3-3:30a ET
• Pittsburgh Honors 11 Victims of Deadly Synagogue Massacre; Rabbi Myers One Week after Shooting, It's Still Painful; Two Dead, 5 Wounded in Florida Yoga Studio Shooting; Final Campaign Push; Beto O'Rourke and Ted Cruz Making Final Push in Texas Senate Race; Presidential Test in Montana - Trump Versus Tester; At Least 12 States Surpassed 2014 Early Voting Levels; Trump Admits Democrats Could Win the House; Obama Rebukes Trump for Divisive Rhetoric; Obama and Trump Square Off in Homestretch of Midterm Campaigns; Whitey Bulger Beaten to Death; Top 10 CNN Heroes Revealed for 2018. Aired 12-1p ET
• As Pittsburgh Mourns Synagogue Victims Rabbi Myers Speaks on Shooting; Deadly Shooting at Tallahassee Yoga Studio; Trump & Obama on Campaign Trail 3 Days Before Midterms. Aired 1-2p ET
• Synagogue Holds Moment of Silence for Victims of Shooting; Shooter Attacks Yoga Class in Florida; President Trump to Campaign in Montana and Florida; Analysts Examine Controversial Midterm Campaign Ad; Interview with Texas Congressman Marc Veasey; Oprah Winfrey and Vice President Mike Pence Campaign for Gubernatorial Candidate in Georgia; Actor Alec Baldwin Charged with Assault and Harassment. Aired 2-3p ET
• As Pittsburgh Mourns Synagogue Victims Rabbi Myers Speaks on Shooting; Deadly Shooting at Tallahassee Yoga Studio; Trump & Obama on Campaign Trail 3 Days Before Midterms; Brat/Spanberger House Race Heats Up in Virginia; Protests, Violence at Debate with Steve Bannon; Information Void for Voters Due to News Deserts; Trump Wants to Amend 14th Amendment's Birthright Citizenship. Aired 1-2p ET
• Pittsburgh Celebrates 11 Victims of Deadly Synagogue Massacre; Interview with Rabbi Jeffrey Myers; Florida Yoga Studio Shooting; A Presidential Test in Montana: Trump vs. Tester; Obama and Trump Square Off in Homestretch of Midterm Campaigns; Pentagon Says No to Using Troops as Border Cops; Cohen: Trump Used Racist Language Multiple Times; Trump Continues Campaign Blitz with Stop in Montana; Alec Baldwin Arrested after Dispute over Parking Space. Aired 11a-12p ET
• President Trump Rallied Supporters In Montana; Florida, A State To Watch In What Could Be A Microcosm For This Year's Midterm Showdown; Robert Mueller Is Looking At Seemingly Threatening Messages About Longtime Trump Confidant Roger Stone Sent To A Witness In The Russia Investigation; The Graffiti Was Found On Four Floors Of The Union Temple Thursday Night; In New York City; President Started His Political Career By Pedaling The Racially Charged Conspiracy Theory That The First African-American President Was Born In Africa. Aired 4- 5p ET
• Trump Stumps for Matt Rosendale in Montana; Trump Paints Dark Picture of Caravan Ahead of Midterms; Trump on Migrant Caravan, "It's Like an Invasion"; Michael Cohen Claims Trump Repeatedly Made Racist Remarks; Candidates' Final Push for Votes Could Be Key to Winning Tight Races; Steve Bannon: Suburban Women Could Be GOP Challenge on Election Day; Early Voting in Midterms Crush Numbers from 2014 & 2016 Elections; As Pittsburgh Mourns Synagogue Victims Rabbi Myers Speaks on Shooting; Remembering Tree of Life Synagogue Shooting Victims; Gunman Kills Two People, Wounds Five at Florida Yoga Studio. Aired 3- 4p ET
• Trump Plays to Fears ahead of Midterms, Obama Campaigns for Dems; Iranians Defiant in Face of U.S. Pressure; Yoga Studio Shooting; Alleged Labour Party Anti-Semitism under Investigation; Roger Stone's Text Messages; Pakistan Government Reaches Deal to End Protests; Seven-Year-Old Girl Who Symbolized Yemen's Suffering Dies; Divers Recover More from Lion Air Wreckage; Cat on the Catwalk Steals Show in Istanbul. Aired 4-5a ET
• President Is Making This Final Hours Blitz Before The Midterms; A Man Walks Into A Yoga Studio Wielding A Gun And Leaves Two Women Dead; One Of The Senate Races That Is Surprisingly Competitive, Tennessee; Trump's Midterm Strategy: White Identity Politics; Girl Scouts Killed On Roadside In Rural Wisconsin; String Of Anti-Semitic Incidents Occur Across The U.S.; First Shabbat Services Held Since Horrific Massacre; Tree Of Life Rabbi: Pittsburgh is Mourning And Hurting. Aired 8-9p ET
• Trump Plays to Fears ahead of Midterms, Obama Campaigns for Dems; Iranians Defiant in Face of U.S. Pressure; Tight Race for Congress Man Who Disagreed with Trump; Khashoggi's Fiancee Opens Up in Emotional Op-Ed; Seven-Year-Old Girl Who Symbolized Yemen's Suffering Dies; U.S. Companies Compete for Workers as Economy Grows. Aired 5-6a ET
• Early Voting Now; Pelosi Works to Outwit Critics over Leadership Role; Calls for Cease-Fire in Yemeni Civil War as Millions Face Starvation in "Worst Humanitarian Crisis"; Gunman Kills Two People, Wounds Five at Florida Yoga Studio; Social Media Giants Still Playing Catchup to Disinformation Campaigns before Midterms. Aired 5- 6p ET


November 02, 2018
• Trump Rally his Base; Trump Works on Draft on China Trade; Data Recorder Found; Turkish Investigators' Theory of Acid Used on Khashoggi; Pakistan Expecting Large Scale Protest; Google Employee's Global Protest on Sexual Harassment; President Trump Riles Up Rally By Targeting Migrants; Turkish Investigators Pursue Theory Jamal Khashoggi's Body Was Dissolved In Acid; Ocean's Absorbing 60 Percent More Heat Than We Thought; Countdown To Midterms; A Halloween As A Queen. Aired 3-4a ET
• President Trump Announces Plans To Change Asylum Qualifications; President Trump Travels Towards The G20 Summit At The End Of This Month; New Details On The Lion Air Flight That Crashed; One Month Since Jamal Khashoggi Disappeared; Thousands Of Google Employees Walked Off The Job; Billionaire Arron Banks May Have Violated Campaign Laws; Trump Says He Will Restrict Asylum, Claims Troops Will Shoot At Rock Throwers; Police Piece Together Details In Death Of Saudi Sisters; Israel Steps Up Relations With Gulf Arab Nations; Study: Oceans Absorbing 60 Percent More Heat Than We Thought. Aired 2-3a ET
• Trump Riles Up Rally By Targeting Migrants; U.S. President Calls For End To Birthright Citizenship; Stone Reveals E-Mails With Bannon About WikiLeaks; Lion Air Flight 610 Landing Gear, Data Recorder Found; Police Piece Together Details In Death Of Saudi Sisters; Top Brexit Financier Comes Under Criminal Probe; Trump Finalizing Plan to Change Asylum Rules; Close Senate Race in Tennessee; Internet Freedom on the Decline with China Censorship; Three-Year Old Channels Her Inner Michelle Obama; Thousands Gather in Seoul to Make Kimchi. Aired 1-2a ET
• President Obama Makes Midterm Election Push For Democrats; President Trump Hurls Blame at Media For Violence. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• Obama and Trump Face-Off on Trail with Four Days to Go; Trump Falsely Claims He Didn't Say U.S. Should Shoot Migrants; Michael Cohen Says Trump has History of Racist Remarks; Oprah Invokes Memory of a Georgia Man as Voting Inspiration. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• Down to The Wire Trump and Obama Face off With Four Days to Go; Federal Judge Rules Georgia Voters Must Be Allowed to Vote; US Economy Adds 250,000 Jobs in October; Trump Laments That Two National Tragedies Stop GOP Momentum in Midterms; Arnold Schwarzenegger Says He Has Little Interest in Politics; Arpaio, Trump's First Pardon Had Freed Felon in Racist Ad. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• Trump Stokes Fears about Immigration; Trump Worried about Zinke; Khashoggi's Fiance to Trump Administration. Aired 9:30-10a ET
• Trump Shocks with New Ad Days before Midterms; Lion Air Flight 610 Landing Gear, Data Recorder Found; Google Walkout; Khashoggi Murder Case; Police Piece Together Details in Death of Saudi Sisters; Israel Steps Up Relations with Gulf Arab Nations. Aired 12m-1a ET
• U.S. Economy Adds 250,000 Jobs in October, Wages Up 3.1 Percent; Trump Stokes Fears About Immigration Crisis Ahead of Election; Roger Stone Reveals He Talked to Trump Campaign About WikiLeaks; Washington Post Reports Trump is Misleading More As He Ramps Up Campaign Rallies. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• Report: Trump Asks Officials to Draft Possible Trade Deal with China; Millions Desperate for Food Due to Yemen's Brutal Civil War; Girl in Iconic NYT Image Depicting Yemen Famine Dies; Girl Awed by Michelle Obama Portrait Dresses as her for Halloween; Oldest Victim, Rose Mallinger, to be Laid to Rest Today. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• Trump Stokes Fear on Immigration Crisis; Interview with Representative Eric Swalwell; Interview with Kevin Hassett. Aired 10- 10:30a ET
• Arpaio, Trump's First Pardon, Freed Felon in Racist Ad; Photos Reveal Harsh, Dangerous Conditions of Caravan's Journey; Alec Baldwin Arrested for Assault; Obama and Trump Face Off on the Campaign Trail; Trump Backpedals on Rock Throwing Remarks. Aired 2:30-3a ET


November 01, 2018
• Divers Recover Black Box in Indonesia; Pittsburgh Shooting Suspect in Court; Trump Blames McGahn for Mueller; Mueller Asks for Probe Trump Slams Ryan. Aired 9:30-10a ET
• Flight Recorder to Give Answers to Lion Air's Tragedy; Trump Wants to get Rid of Birthright Citizenship; Flight Recorder Recovered; Khashoggi was Suffocated and Dismembered; No-fly Zone over DMZ; Russia's Underwater Threat; U.K. Legalizes Medical Marijuana; Pakistan in Outrage over Acquittal; Two Women Found Dead in Hudson River; Kellyanne Conway's Husband Slams Trump. Aired 3-4a ET
• CNN Indonesia: Flight Recorders Believed Recovered Lion Air Crash; Turkish Official: Khashoggi Strangled And Dismembered; Trump Focusing On Immigration On Campaign Trail; DNC CHAIR: Trump's New Ad Is The President "At His Worst"; U.S. President Calls For End To Birthright Citizenship. Aired 1-2a ET
• CNN Indonesia: Flight Recorders Believed Recovered in Lion Air Crash; No-Fly Zone over Korean DMZ Takes Effect Thursday; Istanbul's Chief Prosecutor Says Jamal Khashoggi Was Strangled and Dismembered; Yemen's Humanitarian Crisis; Trump Focusing on Immigration on Campaign Trail as Caravan of Migrants Heads to U.S. through Mexico. Aired 12-1a ET
• New Info Emerges on Whitey Bulger's Death; Roger Stone and WikiLeaks; Trump Accused of Tweeting Racist Ad; Oprah Winfrey Campaigns for Georgia Gubernatorial Candidate. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• Oprah And Pence Face Off in Close Georgia Race; Trump Draws Criticism for Online Video Using Violent Imagery About Latinos; Democrats Push Healthcare as GOP Pushes Fear of Migrants; Google Employees Around the World Walk Out in Protest; Whitey Bulger's Attackers Tried to Cut Out His Tongue. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• Was Khashoggi's Body Dissolved in Acid by Saudis; Oprah and Pence Face Off on Stump in Close Georgia Race; First Medical Marijuana Drug Comes to the Market. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• Pittsburgh Shooting Suspect Pleads Not Guilty; Pence, Oprah Stump for Georgia Governor Candidates; Questions Swirling over Mysterious Deaths of Sisters; Employees Protest How Google Handled Sexual Misconduct Scandals. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• "Whitey" Bulger Beaten to Death with "Lock in a Sock," Tried to Cut Out Tongue; Contentious Race Still Very Close Ahead of Midterms; FOX Host Defends Trump's Attack on Media; New Jersey Book Club Members Discuss Midterms, Trump, Issues Driving Them to Polls; Employees Walk Out in Protest of How Google Handles Sexual Misconduct Allegations & Scandals; Oprah Winfrey, Mike Pence Stump for Their Gubernatorial Candidates in Georgia. Aired 2:30-3p ET
• Trump Stokes Fear of Immigrants in an Ad Ahead of Midterms; Trump Says He May Send 15,000 Troops to U.S.-Mexico Border; Interview with Rep. David Cicilline (D), Rhode Island; Synagogue Shooting Suspect Appears in Court. Aired 10-10:30a ET
• Trump Stokes Fear Over Immigrants to Drive Voters to Polls; Congressman Curbelo Slams Trump, Says Birthright Citizenship is Protected By Constitution; Investigators Recover Lion Air Plane's Flight Data Recorder; Synagogue Shooting Suspect in Court After 44- Count Indictment; Trump Stokes Fear Over Immigrants Ahead of Election; Trump Planning to Send 15,000 Troops to U.S.-Mexico Border; Apple and Starbucks Release Quarterly Earnings. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• Indonesian Officials Say They May Have Found Doomed Lion Air Jet Fuselage. Aired 2-3a ET


October 31, 2018
• Mueller Questions Bannon; McCaskill Fights in Missouri; Officials Hear Transponder Ping in Indonesia. Aired 9:30-10a ET
• Protest Greet President Trump In Pittsburgh; U.S. President Calls For Ending Birthright Citizenship; Divers Hearing "Ping" Locator From Lion Air Plane; Divers Hear "Ping" Locator From Lion Air Plane; Pakistan's Supreme Court Acquits Woman On Death Row; Khashoggi Probe A Factor In Vision 2030 Support. Aired 1-2a ET
• Pittsburgh Rejects Trump's Presence; Controversial Birthright Citizenship to be Taken by President Trump's Executive Order; A Lead to Lion Air's Crash Found; Christian Woman Acquitted of Death Penalty; Pakistan's Supreme Court Spares Asia Bibi's Life; President Trump Travels To Pittsburgh To Pay Respects; Notorious Mobster Whitey Bulger Killed In Prison; India Unveils World's Tallest Statue; Humans Causing Mass Animal Extinction; Duke And Duchess Take On New Zealand Customs. Aired 3-4a ET
• Protests Greet Trump on Visit to Pittsburgh Synagogue; India Unveils World's Tallest Statue; NASA Probe Closer to Sun than Any Other Spacecraft; Investigation Focused on Boeing 737 Max 8; Pakistan's High Court to Rule on Asia Bibi's Appeal; Challenges Facing Young Americans; Whitey Bulger Killed in Prison.Aired 12-1a ET
• Protesters Greet President Trump in Pittsburgh; Trump Calls for Ending Constitutional Birthright Citizenship; Investigation Focused on Boeing 737 Max 8; Mattis and Pompeo Call for Yemen Cease-Fire; Pakistan's High Court to Rule on Asia Bibi's Appeal; India May Ban Private Vehicles; Double-Take On Actress Tilda Swinton's Role In "Suspiria"; Human Chain Moves Entire U.K. Bookstore. Aired 2-3a ET
• Trump Erupts at White House Counsel; Evidence Shows Mail Bomb Suspect Planned Attack For Months; Republican Candidate Accused of Running Anti-Semitic Ad. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• Trump Blamed Ex White House Counsel Dan McGahn For the Mueller Probe; Trump Begins Eight State Blitz; GOP Criticism Grows Against Steve King Over His Racist Remarks; Black Church Was First Target of Kroger Gunman; Kroger Gunman Said Whites Don't Shoot Whites Before His Spree. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• Funerals Held Today for 3 Jewish Synagogue Attack Victims; Trump Makes Solemn Visit to Pittsburgh Amid Protests; Jewish Synagogue Shooting Suspect Moved to Butler County Prison; President Trump Looks to Rev Up Voters with Hard-Line Immigration Stance; White House Weighs Different Options on Khashoggi Response; Steve Bannon Interviewed Again By Mueller's Team. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• Mail Bomb Suspect sent 240 plus Online Threats; Veterans Slammed Trump for Sending Troops to Border as A Stunt; Saudi Born Sisters Found Dead on The Banks of The Hudson River; 79-Year-Old Shares Her Struggle for The Right to Vote. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• Trump Kicks Off Campaign Blitz Across States Near Midterms; Trump Makes Solemn Visit to Pittsburgh Amid Protest; GOP Campaign Chief Blasts Steve King Over White Supremacy and Hate; Istanbul Chief Prosecutor Releases Gruesome Details of Jamal Khashoggi's Death; Aired 10-10:30a ET
• Istanbul Chief Prosecutor: Khashoggi was Strangled Immediately after Entering Saudi Consulate; GOP Jewish Coalition Praises Trump Response to Shooting; KFiles Analyzes Thousands of Tweets from Bomb Suspect Accounts; Native Americans File Lawsuit against North Dakota Voter ID Law. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• Right-Wing Conspiracy Plot to Smear Mueller Unravels; Who Killed Notorious Mobster "Whitey" Bulger; Officials Allow Families to Pick Through Debris for Mementos after Lion Air Crash; O'Connor Rejected Rehnquist's Marriage Proposal in 1950s. Aired 2:30-3p ET


October 30, 2018
• Trump's Comments on the Media; Khashoggi's Fiance Plea to Trump; Dems Call for Hearing on Hate Crimes; Trump to Visit Pittsburgh; Aired 9:30-10a ET
• Authorities Still Looking for Answers for Lion Air's Tragedy; Merkel Says Goodbye to Politics; Anti-Semite Gunman Could Face Death Penalty; Prosecutors Begin Process To Seek Death Penalty; Trump To Visit Pittsburgh Amid Criticism Of Rhetoric; Family And Players Mourning Leicester City FC Owner; New Risk For Endangered Animals. Aired 3-4a ET
• Crews Searching For Lion Air Wreckage And Victims; Suspect In Pittsburg Shooting Appears In Court; Anti-Defamation League: Anti- Semitism On The Rise. Investigators Examine Helicopter's Flight Data Recorder; Family And Players Mourning Leicester City F.C. Owner; German Chancellor: Time To Start A New Chapter; Outpouring of Support for Pittsburgh Community; Calls for Justice; Saudi Public Prosecutor Meets with Turkish Authorities; Brazil's Shift to the Right; Changing South Korea's Workaholic Culture; Typhoon Yutu Hits the Philippines. Aired 1-2a ET
• Funerals Begin Today for Victims of Anti-Semitic Attack in Pittsburgh; Leaders Decline to Join President Trump During His Visit to Pittsburgh; One Week Left for Voters to Hit Polls for Midterm Elections; Trump Calls Andrew Gillum a "Thief"; Trump to Hold 11 Rallies in Six Days; Trump, Obama to Campaign in Georgia for Gubernatorial Candidates; Jimmy Carter Calls for Brian Kemp to Step Down as Georgia Secretary of State; Ex-DHS Spokesman Slams White House Attacks on Media; Stocks to Stabilize After Wild Monday. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• Trump to Pay Respects to Synagogue Shooting Victims; 5,200 Troops Deployed to Southern Border; German Chancellor: Time For Me To Start A New Chapter; Lion Air Crash Aftermath; Synagogue Massacre; Khashoggi's Fiancee Calls for Justice. Aired 12-1a ET
• Trump Advisers Urge War with Media ahead of Midterms; Bloomberg Blames Trump for "Inciting" Hate; Search Underway for Bodies of Passengers on Lion Air Flight 610. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• Defiant and Divisive, Trump Set To Honor Pittsburgh Victims; China Eases Ban Of Tiger And Rhino Products; Leicester City F.C. Opens Book Of Condolence For Owner; Kanye West Is "Pumkinized" For Halloween; Trump's Rhetoric Scrutinized; Lion Air Crash Aftermath; German Prime Minister Angela Merkel Bows Out; New Brazilian President's Agenda. Aired 2-3a ET
• Joe Biden Holds Campaign Rally in Madison, Wisconsin; Voters Hit the Polls One Week for Midterm Elections; Aired 10-10:30a ET
• Whitey Bulger Killed in Prison; Controversy Erupts Over Trump's Visit to Pittsburgh. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• Local Leaders Say Inappropriate for Trump to Visit Pittsburgh Until Next Week; Officials and Congress People Will Not Appear with Trump in Pittsburgh; Notorious Gangster Whitey Bulger Killed in Prison; Pittsburgh Islamic Community Offers to Support Synagogue. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• Roughly 100 Steelers Attend One of Today's Funerals; Local Leaders Decline to Join Trump in Pittsburgh; Trump Claims He Can Defy Constitution, End U.S. Birthright; Trump Lands in Pennsylvania After Synagogue Shooting. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• Pittsburgh Islamic Community Offers Support, Raises $190,000; Local Leaders Decline to Join Trump in Pittsburgh; Trump Repeats Racially Charged Rhetoric Against Gillum; Comedian Dave Chappelle Says Trump Gets Too Much Credit for Division in Country; Anti-Semitism Has Spiked in the Last Two Years; Anti-Semitism Rises on Social Media; DOJ Investigating Interior Secretary for Using Office for Personal Gain. Aired 2:30-3p ET


October 29, 2018
• Lion Air Flight Crashes With 189 On Board; Three Hate-Filled Crimes in Three Days in U.S.; Fans Mourn Leicester City FC Owner; U.S. Defense Secretary Calls for Transparent Probe; Japan's Princess Ayako Weds Commoner; Search and Rescue Search for Lion Air Survivors; Brazil's Trump Won the Race; Eleven Lives Taken in Pittsburg Shooting; Thai Boys Rescued from Cave Meet Manchester United; Boston Red Sox Beat L.A. Dodgers to Win World Series. Aired 3-4a ET
• Remembering Pittsburgh Victims; Nephew of Victim Remembers his Uncle; Social Network Gab Shut Down; Pittsburgh Suspect Critical of Support Group; Kentucky Shooting at Grocery Store. Aired 9:30-10a ET
• Lion Air Flight Crashes with 189 on Board; Bolsonaro Wins Brazilian Election; Friends and Family in U.S. and Israel Mourn Victims of Synagogue Shooting; Leicester City Football Club Owner Killed In Helicopter Crash. Aired 12-1a ET
• Lion Air Flight Crashes with 189 on Board; Fans Mourn Leicester City Football Club Owner; Trump's Response to Calls for Toned-Down Rhetoric; Typhoon Yutu Set to Strike the Philippines; Vigil Held To Honor 11 People Killed In Pittsburgh. Aired 1-2a ET
• Indonesian Plane Crashes with 189 Aboard Minutes after Takeoff; Survivor of 2006 Hate Crime Shooting Reacts to Pittsburgh Tragedy; Suspicious Package Addressed to CNN Intercepted at Atlanta Post Office; Right Wing Candidate Wins Presidential Race in Brazil. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• As Trump Points Finger at Media, White House Rejects Any Responsibility For Recent Attacks; Another Suspicious Package Sent to CNN. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• Rabbi Myers Says 11 Of My Congregates Were Gunned Down in My Sanctuary; 11 Killed Including Husband and Wife, Doctor, Brothers; Suspect in Pipe Bomb Mailing in Court Today; Sarah Sanders Says Synagogue Attack was a Chilling Act of Mass Murder. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• Holocaust Survivor Narrowly Avoided Synagogue Attack; White House Defends Trumps Rhetoric in Wake of Hate Crimes; National Mourns After Week of Unthinkable Violence. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• Lion Air Crashes with 189 Aboard Minutes After Takeoff; Serial Mail Bomb Suspect Appears in Florida Court; Social Media Network Used By Suspected Jewish Synagogue Shooter Shut Down; Eleven Killed in Deadliest Anti-Semitic Attack in U.S. History. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• Lion Air Plane Crashes In Indonesia With 189 People Aboard. Aired 4-5a ET
• Death Penalty Possible for Synagogue Shooter; Interview with State Representative Jay Costa; Trump Continues to Blame Media for Heated Rhetoric; Suspicious Package Addressed to CNN Intercepted at Atlanta Post Office; Aired 10-10:30a ET
• Lion Air Plane Crash: Debris Found In Sea off Jakarta, Indonesia; Fans Mourn Leicester City F.C. Owner; U.S. Defense Secy. Calls For Transparent Probe; Boston Red Sox Beat L.A. Dodgers To Win World Series. Aired 2-3a ET
• White House Press Briefing. Aired 2:30-3p ET


October 28, 2018
• Mass Shooting At Pittsburgh Synagogue; Leicester City's Owner's Helicopter Crashes; Erdogan Calls on Saudi Arabia to Extradite Khashoggi Murder Suspects. Aired 3-3:30a ET
• Mass Shooting At Pittsburgh Synagogue; Leicester City's Owner's Helicopter Crashes; Erdogan Calls on Saudi Arabia to Extradite Khashoggi Murder Suspects; Polls Open Soon in Brazil's Election. Aired 4-5a ET
• Leicester City's Owner's Helicopter Crashes; Erdogan Calls on Saudi Arabia to Extradite Khashoggi Murder Suspects; Polls Open Soon in Brazil's Election. Aired 5:30-6a ET
• The Darkest Day In Pittsburgh History; President Donald Trump Asked If He Would Consider Toning Down His Rhetoric; The Pittsburgh Steelers, Honoring The Victims Today. Aired 4-5p ET
• 11 Killed In Deadliest Anti-Sematic Attack In US History; Suspect Posted Anti-Semitic Rants On Social Media. Aired 3-4p ET
• Synagogue Mass Shooting in Pittsburgh; Interfaith Vigil Remembering the Victims; Race Targeted Killings, Pipe Bomb mailings, and Anti-Semitism Murders within a Week. Aired 5-6p ET
• Coverage Of The Mass Shooting In Tree Of Life Synagogue, Pittsburgh. Aired 2-3p ET
• Remembering the Lives Lost in the Synagogue Shooting; Interview with Representative Keith Rothfus; Hate and Conspiracy Theories Fuel National Tragedies; Jerusalem Grieves for Shooting Victims; Man Suspected of Mailing 14 Pipe Bombs to Appear in Court Today. Aired 8- 9p ET
• Mass Murder At A Synagogue In Pennsylvania; Eleven Victims have been Identified; Aired 6-7p ET
• Victims Of Mass Murder At A Synagogue In Pennsylvania were Identified and Remembered; President Trump Is Offering Calming Words About The Massacre In Pittsburgh; Republicans Claimed Mail Bomb Scares Were All A Liberal Plot; Aired 7-8p ET


October 27, 2018
• Law Enforcement Arrests Suspect in Mail Bomb Spree; President Trump Comments on Media and Political Environment in Wake of Mail Bomb Suspect Arrest; Suspicious Package Discovered Near Post Office in Buffalo; Authorities Report Active Shooter Near Synagogue in Pittsburgh. Aired 10-11a ET
• Serial Mail Bomb Suspect Arrested in Florida; Trump Calls for Civility but Continues to Blame the Media; Journalist's Fiancee Says His Death Was Unthinkable; New Airstrikes on Gaza; Duke and Duchess of Sussex Cheer Invictus Athletes. Aired 3-3:30a ET
• Serial Mail Bomb Suspect Arrested in Florida; Trump Calls for Civility but Continues to Blame the Media; Journalist's Fiancee Says His Death Was Unthinkable; Sayoc's Former Employer Speaks Out; New Airstrikes on Gaza; Duke and Duchess of Sussex Cheer Invictus Athletes. Aired 4-5a ET
• At Least 12 Shot, at Least Four Dead at Pittsburgh Synagogue, Gunman in Custody; Trump Addresses Pittsburgh Synagogue Shooting. Aired 12-1p ET
• Multiple Deaths in Mass Shooting at Pittsburgh Jewish Synagogue; Trump Weighs in on Synagogue Shooting; Pittsburgh Authorities Hold Press Conference on Mass Shooting; Synagogue Shooting Suspect in Custody; Allegheny County Executive Spoke to Reporters on Shooting. Aired 1-2p ET
• Shooter at Synagogue in Pittsburgh Surrenders to Police; Shooter at Synagogue Left Social Media Posts Indicative of Anti- Semitism; President Trump Comments Synagogue Shooting; President Trump May Cancel Campaign Rally in Wake of Synagogue Shooting. Aired 2-3p ET
• Multiple Deaths in Mass Shooting at Pittsburgh Jewish Synagogue; Synagogue Shooting Suspect with an Anti-Semitic Past in Custody; Shooting Suspect Had Active License to Carry a Firearm; Trump Speaks on Synagogue Shooting at Forum; Councilwoman Erika Strassburger Reacts to Synagogue Shooting; Synagogue Shooting Suspect with an Anti- Semitic Past in Custody; 10 Dead in Pittsburgh Synagogue Shooting; Benjamin Netanyahu: "Heartbroken and Appalled" by Synagogue Shooting; What the Suspected Gunman's Social Media Pages Reveal; Uptick in Anti- Semitic Incidents. Aired 3-4p ET
• Coverage Of The Mass Shooting In Tree Of Life Synagogue, Pittsburg; Suspect 46-year-old Robert Bowers Was Arrested And Injured. Aired 4-5p ET
• Pittsburgh PD: Active Shooter Situation Near Synagogue. Aired 11a-12p ET
• Latest on Mass Murder At A Synagogue In Pennsylvania. Aired 6- 7p ET
• Serial Mail Bomb Suspect Arrested in Florida; Trump Calls for Civility but Continues to Blame the Media; Erdogan Demands to Know Location of Journalist's Body; Obama Campaigns for Democrats; New Airstrikes on Gaza; Kenya Airways Launches First Flight to NYC; Duke and Duchess of Sussex Cheer Invictus Athletes. Aired 5-6a ET
• Eleven Dead In Mass Shooting At Pittsburgh Synagogue; Trump Calls For Death Penalty Against Pittsburgh Gunman. Aired 8-9p ET
• 11 Dead in Mass Shooting at Pittsburgh Synagogue. Aired 9-10p ET
• Robert Bowers Opened Fire on Worshippers at a Synagogue in Pittsburgh, Killing 11 and Wounding 6; The Anti-Defamation League Believes the Assault on Tree of Life Synagogue in Pittsburgh Constitutes the Deadliest Attack on Jewish Community in U.S. History. Aired 7-8p ET
• Israel Reacts to Mass Shooting at U.S. Synagogue; Suspect Robert Bowers Had Long History of Anti-Semitism; Kevin McCarthy Sends Out Anti-Semitic-Sounding Tweet, Deletes It; New Audio of Officers After Rushing to Synagogue Shooting. Aired 5-6p ET
• Coverage Of The Mass Shooting In Tree Of Life Synagogue, Pittsburg; Past 72 Hours In This Country Have Been Filled With Tragic Rhetoric And Worse, Hateful Action Just Beyond Comprehension; Aired 10:00-11:00p ET


October 26, 2018
• Authorities Are Working to Find out Who is Behind the Bomb Packages; Saudi with Another Version of Jamal Khashoggi's Death; Disturbed Woman Attack Toddlers in China; Bomber Manhunt Moves To Florida Postal Facility; CIA Director Briefs Trump On Jamal Khashoggi Case; U.S. To Send At Least 800 Troops To Mexican Border; Journalist Released After Enduring Years Of Hell; One Island Missing. Aired 3-4a ET
• Package Found in New York; Investigators Look at Florida Sorting Facility; Officials Continue Removal of New York Package. Aired 9:30-10a ET
• Russia Refuses to Criticize Saudis over Journalist's Death; Thousands of Migrants Travel Through Mexico to U.S.; Knife Attack on Chinese Kindergarten; Japanese Journalist Freed from Captivity in Syria; Hawaiian Island Submerged by Hurricane; Inside the World of Bomb Disposal. Aired 1-2a ET
• Ten Pipebombs Have Been Recovered, The U.S. On Edge; Another New Explanation From Saudi Arabia; Central American Migrants Headed For The U.S.; The Killing Of The Journalist Jamal Khashoggi; A New York Times Report That Claims Russian And Chinese Spies Are Listening To President Trump's Phone Conversations; Rohingya Crisis Plan. Aired 2-3a ET
• Two Packages: One to Sen. Cory Booker Found in Florida, other in New York to Former Intel Director James Clapper at CNN; CNN: Feds Arrest Man in Connection with Suspected Explosives. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• Manhunt for Serial U.S. Bomber; Trump Blames Media after Bombs Sent to CNN; Saudis' Changing Story on Jamal Khashoggi; Saudi Attorney General: Journalist's Death Was Premeditated; Manhunt Intensifies As More Possible Bombs Intercepted; Knife Attack Reported at Chinese Kindergarten. Aired 12-1a ET
• Federal Authorities Update Package Bomb Investigation; Suspect Arrested in Bomb Plot. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• Bomber Identified as Cesar Sayoc In Florida; Suspect Arrested While Shopping at Auto Zone; Sayoc Has Criminal Record and Once Threatened to Blow Up a Florida Utility; FBI Put Tarp Over Suspect's Van to Protect Stickers and Show Political Motivation. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• Bombing Suspect Tracked Down by Fingerprint And DNA; Key Issue for FBI Now Is Discovering If Bomber Had Helpers; FBI Says 13 Bombs Mailed Are Not Hoax Devices; Sessions Has Not Called Bomber A Terrorist. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• Cesar Sayoc Arrested for Suspicious Bomb Packages; DOJ to Soon Give News Conference on Arrest of Mail Bomb Suspect; Police Scanner Audio of Sayoc Arrest; DOJ New Conference on Arrest of Mail Bomb Suspect Cesar Sayoc. Aired 2:30-3p ET
• Two New Packages Found, One Addressed to Senator Cory Booker and Former Intelligence Director James Clapper. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• Trump Being Briefed on Two New Suspicious Packages; Interview with Governor Andrew Cuomo. Aired 10-10:30a ET


October 25, 2018
• Spies Listen to Trumps Calls; New York Governor on Packages; Maryland Senator on Trump's Rhetoric; Trump Attacks Media; White House Defends Trump. Aired 9:30-10a ET
• Crown Prince Still Acting Innocent of Jamal Khashoggi's Death; Bomb Threats Sent to Politicians Set an Alarm to Everyone; Domino Effect in Markets from U.S. to Europe to Asia; Saudi Crown Prince, Jamal Khashoggi Death Heinous Crime; U.S. Stock Plunge Amid Economic And Political Fears; Weapons Are Being Removed From Joint Security Area; Russia And Saudi Arabia Cultivate Closer Ties; New Migrant Caravans Forming; Exclusive Interview With Apple CEO, Tim Cook. Aired 3-4a ET
• Massive Manhunt Underway For Suspects Behind Serial Pipe Bombs Sent To Obamas, Clintons, And CNN; Asian Markets Follow Wall Street's Plunge; Turkish Investigators Blocked From Searching Well; Relations Between North And South Korea Improving; Bombs Sent to CNN, Clintons, Obamas, Others in "Act of Terror"; U.N. Says Genocide is Still Underway in Myanmar; Interview with Tim Cook. Aired 1-2a ET
• Saudi Crown Prince: Khashoggi's Death "Heinous" Crime; U.S. Officials Monitoring New Central American Caravans; U.N. Says Genocide Is Still Underway in Myanmar; Serial Bomber Targets Multiple Democrats; Dow and S&P Plunge, Erasing 2018 Gains. Aired 12-1a ET
• Trump Attacks Media as Police Investigate Nine Suspicious Packages; Second Suspicious Package Addressed to Biden Found; Retired Cop Found Deniro Package, Left it in his Office. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• Two More Targets of The Bomber and Three More Bombs; Bombs Show Mix of Sophistication and Lack of Sophistication; Trump Lectures the Media but Ignores His Own Rhetoric; Trump Has Not Spoken the Names of The Targets of The Bomber nor Has He Called Them. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• Pipe Bombs Sent to Hillary Clinton, Barack Obama and CNN Offices; Dow and S&P Plunge, Erasing 2018 Gains; Saudi Crown Prince Speaks Out on Journalist's Death; Islamabad Gets $6 Billion Loan from Saudi Arabia. Aired 2-3a ET
• Investigators Believe Some Packages May Have Come from Florida; NYPD, FBI on Suspicious Packages sent to Trump's Critics; FBI Says Any Device Found "Should Be Considered Dangerous"; FBI: We're Not Treating These as Hoax Devices. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• Bomb Device Sent to CNN En Route to FBI Lab; Officials Say ISIS Flag on Bomb Packages Not Credible; Trump Blames Media for Anger in Society; FOX Host Lou Dobbs Refers to Bomb Devices as "Fake Bombs"; NY Gov. Andrew Cuomo Talks Bomb Packages Investigation, Trump Rhetoric. Aired 2:30-3p ET
• Nationwide Manhunt for Serial Bomber Going After Trump Critics; Police Investigate Nine Suspicious Packages; Trump Blames Media, Opponents for Turbulent Political Climate; Brennan to Trump: Your Critics will not Be Intimidated into Silence; NYT: Chinese, Russian Spies Listen to Trump's Cell Phone Calls. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• Ninth Suspicious Package Addressed to Former Vice President Biden; Nationwide Manhunt for Suspected Serial Bomber; Interview with Senator Ben Sasse. Aired 10-10:30a ET
• President Trump Criticizes Media After Media Targeted By Bomber; More Bombs Discovered, Manhunt Under Way; Interview With New York Governor Andrew Cuomo. Aired 3-3:30p ET


October 24, 2018
• No Proof of Caravan Claim; Suspicious Package Sent to Clintons and Obama; Opioid Crisis in America; Death from Virus in New Jersey Rehabilitation Center; Trump's Attack on Fed Chairman. Aired 9:30-10a ET
• Trump: Saudis Account of Khashoggi's Death is "Worst Cover-Up Ever"; Anthony Scaramucci Calls Trump a Liar; Trump Middle Class Tax Cut Promise Sets Off GOP Scramble; Trump Admits No Proof of His Caravan Claim; Aired 9-9:30a ET
• Harsh Words from U.S. to the Saudi Government; Migrants Not Giving Up on their Fate; President Erdogan Wants Saudi Suspects Expedited to Turkey; President Trump Proud to be a Nationalist; Trump Consider Military Option To Protect Border; Saudi King And Crown Prince Meet With Jamal Khashoggi Family; Trump And Putin Likely To Meet In Paris Next Month; Hitting Back At The Hackers. Aired 3-4a ET
• Saudis Maintain Khashoggi's Death was Accidental; Resuming the Long Walk toward the U.S. Border; Countdown to Midterms; Hurricane Willa Strikes Mexico's Pacific Coast. Aired 1-2a ET
• Explosive Devices Mailed to Homes of the Clinton and Obama; CNN New York Headquarters Evacuated Due to Suspicious Package; Aired 10- 10:30a ET
• Erdogan: Khashoggi Murdered In A Ferocious Manner; U.S. National Security Adviser Meets Putin; Trump Threatens To Cut Aid to Central America. Aired 12-1a ET
• Suspicious Devices Sent To CNN, Clintons, Obamas, Ex AG, Maxine Waters; Trump Says Political Violence Has No Place in The United States. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• Interview With Arizona Senator Jeff Flake; Package Bombs Target Democratic Leaders, CNN. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• Trump Calls Khashoggi Murder 'Worst Cover-Up in History'; U.S. Trade Adviser No Timetable For Deal; Abrams: Kemp Has Kept People From Voting; These Democrats Want Hillary Clinton To Stay Away. Aired 2-3a ET
• Time Warner Center, CNN NY Evacuated Due to Suspicious Package; Suspicious Devices Mailed to WH, Clintons, Obamas. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• Bombs Sent To CNN, Clintons, Obamas, Ex Attorney General, Maxine Waters; No Explosions, Nobody Hurt at This Point. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• Suspicious Devices Sent To Clintons, Obamas, CNN NY Offices. Aired: 2:30-3p ET


October 23, 2018
• Dow Drops at Open; Bolton to Meet with Putin; Deposition on Census Question Blocked; Kelly and Lewandowski had Physical Altercation; CDC Investigating Polio-like Illness. Aired 9:30-10a ET
• Turkish Source: Saudi Body Double Left Consulate; Erdogan To Reveal Naked Truth Of Khashoggi's Death; May: Vast Majority Of Brexit Deal Settled; Trump Now Praises Cruz After Years Of Bad Blood; Trump Threatens To Cut Aid To Central America; Relations with Saudi Arabia under Crown Prince; Trump-Putin Relationship Turns a Page; Beijing Criticizes Trump Decision to Pull Out of Treaty; World's Longest Sea Bridge Opens. Aired 1-2a ET
• Trump Stokes Immigration Fears to Rile Up Base Voters; Virus Kills Six Children in New Jersey; Counting Up President Trump's Lies. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• Trump Spreads Lies and Stokes Fears Ahead of Midterm Elections; Trump Declares Himself A Nationalist; Cruz Says Afraid That Ugliness on The Left Will Lead to Violence; GOP In Dark After Trump Floats A Phantom Tax Cut. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• Turkish Source Saudi Body Double Left Consulate; Trump: U.S. Will Continue to Build Up Arsenal Until People Come to Their Senses; British Prime Minister Theresa May Says Brexit Deal Is "95 Percent Settled."'; World's Longest Sea Bridge Opens. Aired 12-1a ET
• Trump Vows To Cut Aid Over Migrant Caravan; World's Longest Sea Bridge Opens; Bolton: "Meddling Had No Effect On 2016 Election; Trump: U.S. and Russia to Discuss INF Treaty; British Prime Minister Theresa May Says Brexit Deal Is "95 Percent Settled."; Russia Has Violated Nuclear Treaty For Years. Aired 2-3a ET
• Op-Ed: Republican Tax Cut is "A Big, Fat Failure"; Sexual Assault Suspect: "President Trump Said It Is OK"; Tariffs Test Farmers' Loyalty to Trump; Former Justice Sandra Day O'Connor Diagnosed with Dementia. Aired 2:30-3p ET
• New Ad Calls on Americans to Vote and Honor McCain Legacy; Former White House Counsel Says Russia Probe is Not a Witch Hunt; Shadow of Journalist's Death Hangs Over Saudi Conference. Aired 3:30- 4p ET
• President Erdogan to Reveal Truth About Khashoggi's Death; Russia Push Back to U.S. Withdrawal from INF; Mexico's Coast Expects Hurricane Willa; President Trump Stumps For Ted Cruz In Texas; Houston Rally Is Trump 29th This Year; Trump, In Middle Eastern In Migrant Caravan; Democrats Hope To Regain Control Of House. Aired 3-4a ET
• Putin, Bolton Meet Amid Tension Over Missiles; Kelly, Lewandowski Squared Off Outside Oval Office; Obama Takes a Swipe at Trump About Facts; Trump Spreads Lies and Stokes Fears Ahead of Midterm Elections; Trump Says There are "Riots" Over Sanctuary Cities; Dow Set to Tumble on Earnings Fears. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• Trump Resorts to Lies and Fears Ahead of Midterm Elections; President Erdogan Disputes Claims Khashoggi's Death an Accident. Aired 10-10:30a ET
• Trump Gets Personal in Toss-Up Montana Senate Race; GOP Gov. Candidate Kemp Sued over Absentee Ballot Rejections; Sandra Day O'Connor Reveals Early Stages of Dementia Diagnosis; Mega Million Drawing Tonight. Aired 10:30-11a ET


October 22, 2018
• Saudi Crown Prince Expresses Condolences To Khashoggi's Son; Trump Outlines Importance Of Saudi Arabia As Ally; Australian P.M. Apologizes Institutional Child Abuse; Kremlin: Putin Meeting With Bolton "Being Prepared"; U.S. To Pull Out Of Russia Nuclear Missile Treaty; Crowds Resume Trek To U.S. After Entering Mexico; Turkey to Interview More Saudi Consulate Staff Monday; No Women Allowed; "A Private War" Depicts Late Reporter Marie Colvin. Aired 1-2a ET
• Footage of Saudis Using Body Double To Cover Up Murder; Trump Says There's Deception and Lies In Saudi Arabian Story; Early Voting Opens in Florida as Poll Shows Democrats Leading; New NBC and Wall Street Journal has President Trump's Approval Rating Reaching an All- Time High; Bolton Kicks Off Talks with Russia Over Nuclear Treaty; Migrant Caravan March North Through Mexico Towards U.S. Border. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• President Trump Trying to Stir Base Using Immigration Fears?; Early Voting Begins in Several States. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• Pelosi Says Democrats Will Win House; Van Jones Interviews Jared Kushner; Caravan Enters Mexico And Heads for Texas. Aired 2- 2:30p ET
• Trump, "Not Satisfied with What I've Heard" on Killing; Trump Escalates Rhetoric as Caravan Grows, Heads North; Trump May Roll Back Protections of Transgender Americans; Four Americans Filled in Rafting Accident in Costa Rica. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• Migrant Caravan Marching North Through Mexico; Today: Bolton Kicks Off Talks with Russia over Nuclear Treaty; Kushner: Will "Determin which Facts are Credible". Aired 10:30-11a ET
• Footage of Saudis Using Body Double to Cover Up Murder; Trump Says There's Deception and Lies in Saudi Arabian Story; Trump to Campaign for Former Rival Ted Cruz; Aired 10-10:30a ET
• Bolton Talks with Russia; Russia Denies Violating Treaty; Caravan Marches Through Mexico; U.S. General Shot in Attack; Clemson Party Accident. Aired 9:30-10a ET
• Trump's Complicated Relationship with Truth on Display Ahead of Midterms; Russian Warning over Trump's Decision to Pull Out of INF Treaty; Former NFL Player Who Orchestrated Murder of Pregnant Girlfriend Wants Relationship with Son; Trump & Obama Campaign Ahead of Midterms. Aired 2:30-3p ET
• Jamal Khashoggi Death: Saudi Arabia Says Journalist Was Murdered; High Profile Disappearances Raise Concerns In China; U.S. Charges Russian Woman For Election Interference; "War Room" Monitors Investigates Possible Threats. Aired 2-3a ET
• Jamal Khashoggis' Death by a Rogue Operation; Trump Wants to Pull Out Nuclear Treaty from Russia; Australia Too Late for Apologies. Aired 3-4a ET
• Crowds Resume Trek to U.S. after Entering Mexico; CNN Hosts Debate for Florida Gubernatorial Candidates; Florida Voters Grappling with Hurricane Michael Aftermath. Aired 12m-1a ET


October 21, 2018
• South Carolina Floor Collapse Injures 30; Trump Skeptical of Saudis' Response on Khashoggi Death; U.S. pulling out of Nuclear Treaty with Russia; Hundreds Try to Cross into Mexico to Reach U.S.; Florida Voters Grapple after Hurricane Michael; North Dakota Voter ID Controversy; Afghanistan Voting Marred by Violence and More Delays; Prince Harry Opens Invictus Games. Aired 4-5a ET
• South Carolina Floor Collapse Injures 30; Trump Skeptical of Saudis' Response on Khashoggi Death; U.S. pulling out of Nuclear Treaty with Russia; U.S. Marines And Allies Practice Attack Response; Hundreds Try to Cross into Mexico to Reach U.S.; Trump Media Blitz. Aired 5-6a ET
• CNN Poll: Dems Up In Florida With Midterms Two Weeks Away; Trump Says GOP Working On Tax Plan For Middle Class; Florida Governor's Debate Airs Tonight At 8ET On CNN; Floor Collapses At Homecoming Party In Clemson; Mitch McConnell Heckled In Kentucky Restaurant; Trump To WAPO: "There's Been Deception And Lies" By The Saudi Government; Thousands Of Migrants Moving North Along Highway In Mexico. Aired 3-4p ET
• New Polling Released For The State Of Florida; A Terrifying Scene At A Party In Clemson, South Carolina After An Apartment Clubhouse Floor Packed With Students Collapses; President Trump Now Casting Doubt On Saudi Arabia's Story About The Killing Of Journalist, Jamal Khashoggi; Jamal Khashoggi Has Feared For His Life; Two Crucial Florida Races Are In The Spotlight Russian Lawmaker Warned The U.S. Is Bringing The World Back To The Cold War By Ending A Longstanding Nuclear Agreement. Aired 2-3p ET
• Migrant Caravan Continue March Toward United States; Trump Accuse Saudis of Deception but Defends MBS; GOP and Democrats Condemns Saudi Statement; Trump to End Nuclear Treaty with Russia; Trump Approval Up; Democrat Lead in Florida Gubernatorial Race; Tragic Clemson Football Party; Easing Voting Rules on Typhoon Hit Florida; Taliban Attack in Afghanistan Inures General. Aired 5-6p ET
• Thousands Of Hondurans Marching Toward Mexico Border; Florida Governor Debate Is Tonight; Stock Market Volatility Is Back With A Vengeance. Aired 6-7p ET
• Immigration Laws; Oscars; CNN Heroes; Politics; Italy Elections; Second Amendment Rights; Reality TV; Entertainment. Aired 4-5p ET
• GOP DeSantis, Democrat Gillum on Florida Governor's Debate; Trump: GOP Planning Major Tax Cut for Middle Class; Angry Protesters Confront GOP and Democratic Leaders; Migrant Caravan Resumes March North. Aired 7-8p ET
• Trump Skeptical of Saudis' Response on Khashoggi Death; U.S. pulling out of Nuclear Treaty with Russia; Hundreds Try to Cross into Mexico to Reach U.S.; Afghanistan Voting Marred by Violence and More Delays. Aired 3-3:30a ET


October 20, 2018
• Caravan of Migrants Stopped at Guatemala-Mexico Border; President Trump Campaigns on Stopping Caravan of Migrants; Saudi Arabia's Government Admits Journalist Jamal Khashoggi Died in Consulate in Istanbul; Lottery Jackpot Reaches Historic Amount; Bernie Sanders Campaigns for Democratic Candidates for Midterms. Aired 10-11a ET
• Saudis Confirm Death of Journalist Jamal Khashoggi; Scenes of Desperation, Chaos at Guatemalan Border Gate; The Impact of Khashoggi's Reporting; Trump Defends Politician's Assault on Journalist; More Delays in Afghanistan Vote; U.S. Charges Russian for Meddling; European and Japanese Space Agencies Launch BepiColombo. Aired 4-5a ET
• Caravan of Migrants Destined for U.S. Waiting at Mexico Border; Saudi Arabia Claims Journalist Died in a Fistfight; Russian Woman Indicted for Election Meddling; Joe Biden Headlines Rally in Las Vegas; Trump Suggests without Evidence Democrats are behind Migrant Caravan. Aired 11a-12p ET
• Journalists Killed; Saudis Claim Khashoggi Died in Fistfight Gone Awry; Trump Sales He Believes Saudi Explanation for Khashoggi's Death; Migrant Caravan; Migrants Clash with Mexican Police on Guatemalan Border; Scenes of Desperation, Chaos at Guatemala Border Gate; New I.D. Rules Threaten to Disenfranchise Votes in North Dakota; Trump to Hold Campaign Rally in Nevada; First Mission to Mercury in 14 Years; Veteran Lends A Helping Hand to Comrades in Need; "Parts Unknown" Airs Tomorrow At 9 P.M. ET/PT. Aired 12-1p EDT
• Saudis Admit Khashoggi Died at Consulate; Trump Says Saudi Explanation of Khashoggi Death Plausible but Lawmakers Skeptical; Khashoggi's Editor: Saudi Explanation "Utter B.S."; Migrant Caravan Trapped on Bridge at Guatemala/Mexico Border; Trump & Biden Both Campaign in Nevada; Attorney: Trump's Business Dealings with Saudis Scrutinized Amid Journalist's Death; USC Settlement Offer a "Slap in the Face". Aired 1-2p ET
• Saudi Arabia's Government Admits Journalist Jamal Khashoggi Died in Consulate in Istanbul; President Trump States He Believes Saudi Version of Events Surrounding Death of Journalist Credible; Former Vice President Joe Biden Campaigns in Nevada for Democrat Midterm Candidates; Caravan of Migrants Stopped at Guatemala-Mexico Border; Violence Mars Election in Afghanistan; Lottery Jackpot Reaches Historic Amount. Aired 2-3p ET
• Trump Ramps Up Rhetoric on Immigration for Voter Push; Trump Campaigns for Dean Heller in Nevada; Saudis Admit Khashoggi Died at Consulate; Trump Says Saudi Explanation of Khashoggi Death Plausible; Migrant Caravan Trapped on Bridge at Guatemala/Mexico Border; Suburban Women Voters Talk Minnesota Congressional Race; Suburban Women Could Decide Midterm Election Results; DOJ Charges Russian Woman with Midterm Election Meddling. Aired 3-4p ET
• President Donald Trump Spoke For About An Hour In Nevada, A Key Swing State; Saudi Arabia, Finally Admitting What The World Was Suspecting For Weeks; The President Is Using This Caravan To Fire Up His Base; Situation Growing More Dire By The Day A Year After Thousands Of Rohingya Muslims Fled Parts Of Myanmar; Wisconsin Authorities Are Getting The Public's Help In Their Desperate Search For A Missing 13-Year-Old Girl; President Trump's Closing Argument For The 2018 Campaign. Aired 4-5p ET
• Saudis Confirm Death of Journalist Jamal Khashoggi; Scenes of Desperation, Chaos at Guatemalan Border Gate; U.S. Charges Russian for Meddling; Khashoggi's Death Leads to Scrutiny of Trump-Saudi Ties; More Delays in Afghanistan Vote; Pop Stars Promote the Vote. Aired 5- 6a ET
• U.S. Is Pulling Out Of A Landmark Arms Treaty With Russia; Saudi Arabia Has Finally Admitted What The World Has Long Suspected, That "Washington Post" Columnist Jamal Khashoggi Died Inside Their Consulate In Turkey; Scenes of Desperation, Chaos At Guatemala Border Gate; Tentative $215M Deal In USC Gynecologist Abuse Scandal; Lioness Kills Father Of Her Three Cubs At Indianapolis Zoo. Aired 8-9p ET
• Clinton Aide: It's Not Impossible that She Runs in 2020; Trump Announces He's scrapping 30-Year-Old Arms-Control Agreement with Russia; Minnesota Women Discuss "Me Too" Movement, Trump's Treatment of Women, Kavanaugh Confirmation. Aired 5-6p ET
• Saudis Confirm Death of Journalist Jamal Khashoggi; The Impact of Khashoggi's Reporting; Trump Defends Politician's Assault on Journalist; Scenes of Desperation, Chaos at Guatemalan Border Gate; U.S. Charges Russian for Meddling; War Room Monitors, Investigates Possible Threats. Aired 1-1:30a ET
• Saudis Confirm Death of Journalist Jamal Khashoggi; The Impact of Khashoggi's Reporting; Trump Defends Politician's Assault on Journalist; More Delays in Afghanistan Vote; Scenes of Desperation, Chaos at Guatemalan Border Gate; U.S. Charges Russian for Meddling; European and Japanese Space Agencies Launch BepiColombo. Aired 3-3:30a ET


October 19, 2018
• Trump's Political Rallying Cry; Dems Distance from Party; Trump Blames Democrats; DOJ Investigating Diocese. Aired 9:30-10a ET
• Defense Chiefs from U.S. and China Meet in Singapore; CNN Obtains Rare Access inside Myanmar; Afghans Prepare for Long-Delayed Election; Democrats Try to Turn LGBT Energy into Votes; Duke and Duchess of Sussex in Australia; Sources: Turks Acted Swiftly To Khashoggi's Dissapearance; Gabbard: U.S. Should Reevaluate Saudi Relations; Trump Threatens To Send Military If Immigrants Reach The Border; Thousands Of Central American Migrants Head For U.S.; China Report's Slowest Quarterly GDP Growth In Years; E.U. Ready To Extend Brexit Transition. Aired 1-2a ET
• Jamal Khashoggi Disappearance and New Evidence; Afghanistan's Most Powerful Officials Killed; Face to Face Meeting Between the U.S. Asylum Process for Migrant Families; China's Economy for the Third Quarter; Harry and Meghan Visiting Australia; a Good Deal on Brexit Still Achievable According to Theresa May; Relocation of the FBI Headquarters; Amid Criticism, A Smear Campaign Against Khashoggi To Protect Trump; Texas Senate Candidate Supports Impeaching Trump; Facebook Shows Off Its "War Room"; Prince Harry Climbs Sydney Harbour Bridge. Aired 2-3a ET
• Turkish Government Trying to Connect the Dots; Top White House Members Fight Over Immigration Issue; Trump Anxious About Border Crossers; Small Businesses in U.K. Affected by Brexit; Kandahar Police Chief Killed In Afghanistan; Defense Chief From U.S. And China Meet In Singapore; Singapore Forum Tensions In South China Sea Hot Topic; CNN Obtains Rare Access Inside Myanmar; Prince Harry And Meghan Tour. Aired 3-4a ET
• Trump's Attorney Urges People to Go Out and Vote for Democrats; Trump Is Concentrating on Attacking the Press and Immigrants to Close Out the Midterm Campaign; Russian National Charged with Interfering in Midterm Election. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• President Trump Using Immigration Debate to Energize Base?; Russian National Charged With Interfering in U.S. Elections. Aired 3- 3:30p ET
• Turkish Agents Knew Within Hours of Khashoggi's Disappearance That He Was Likely Dead; Trumps GOP Allies Fueling Khashoggi Smear Campaign; Trump Praises Congressman Who Body Slammed Reporter; Ex USA Gymnastics Boss Asked FBI To Protect His Image. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• Russian National Charged with Interfering in 2018 Midterms; New Details in Missing Journalist Case; Friend of Khashoggi: Jamal Was Afraid; Chaotic Scene as Migrants Reach Mexico/Guatemala Border; USC Offers $215 Million to Settle Gynecologist Sex Abuse Case. Aired 2:30- 3p ET
• Today: Manafort Appears Before Judge to Prep for Sentencing; Secretary of State Pompeo Visits Mexico Amid Caravan Crisis; U.S., South Korea Suspend Military Exercises; Journalists at Risk. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• Trump Praises Congressman Who Body-Slammed a Reporter; New Report Suggests U.S. General Scott Miller Drew Firearm in Kandahar Attack; Turkey's Foreign Minister Says Turkey will Share Results of Khashoggi Probe with Entire World; Trump Waits for Khashoggi's Investigation Results; Trump Fine-Tunes Political Rallying Cry Ahead of Midterms. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• Trump: Certainly Looks like Khashoggi Is Dead; Defense Chiefs from U.S. and China Meet in Singapore; Canada is Second Country to Legalize Marijuana; Turks Acted Swiftly to Khashoggi's Disappearance; Thousands of Central American Migrants Head for U.S.; China Reports Slowest Quarterly GDP Growth in Years; E.U. Ready to Extend Brexit Transition. Aired 12m-1a ET
• Trump Vows Severe Consequences if Saudis Murdered Jamal Khashoggi; Turkey Likely to Share Results of Khashoggi Probe with the World; Jamal Khashoggi's Warning on Saudi's Aggressive Behavior in 2017; Paul Manafort Appears Before Judge for Sentencing. Aired 10- 10:30a ET


October 18, 2018
• Grim Details Emerge In Khashoggi Apparent Killing; U.S. Secretary Of State Met With Turkish And Saudi Leaders; Thousands Stuck At Bangladesh-Myanmar Border; Authorities Teen Kills 18 In Crimea College Attack; E.U. Source: Not Enough Progress In Brexit Negotiations; Saudi Arabia Denies Knowledge of Khashoggi's Fate; Showdown in Texas for U.S. Senate Seat; Indian Minister Resigns amid Sexual Assault Allegations; Health Officials Struggle to Contain Ebola Outbreak; New Pompeii Discovery Could Rewrite History; "Big Bird" Retires. Aired 1-2a ET
• Look at Midterm Election Polls; Khashoggi's Last Piece; FaceBook Builds War Room. Aired 9:30-10a ET
• Saudis Send $100M for Syria Stabilization Same Day as Pompeo Visit; Paul Ryan: "Money Spigot" being Opened by the Left; Two Americans Wounded in Kandahar Palace Firefight; Pompeo Speaks after Meeting with Trump on Khashoggi. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• Turkish Authorities Search Saudi Consul General's Home; Cohen Meets With Prosecutors Investigating Trump; CNN Gets Rare Access To No Man's Land For Rohingya; Grim Details Emerge in Khashoggi's Apparent Killing; Khashoggi Case Weighing Heavily on Saudi Business; E.U. Leaders Drop Plans for Special Brexit Summit. Aired 12-1a ET
• Jamal Khashoggi Disappearance: U.S. Asks Turkey for Recording Evidence; Myanmar Denies It Attacked Unarmed Rohingya; North Dakota Native Americans Say New I.D. Rules Threaten To Disenfranchise Their Votes; Former Trump Loyalist Now Top Adversary; .U. Leaders Drop Plans for Special Brexit Summit; Crimea College Attack; Photos Show Russian Buildup in Kaliningrad. Aired 2-3a ET
• Biden Urges Against Impeachment; Trump Administration Providing Cover For Saudi Arabia?; Lawsuit Against Trump Argued in Court. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• U.S. Seems to Be Trusting the Saudi's Ability to Investigate Themselves; Trump's Focus on An FBI Building Project Draws Scrutiny; Trump Challengers Hitting Key States. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• Bolton and Kelly Get into Heated Shouting Match in West Wing; Manafort has Met with Mueller's Team Nine Times in Past Month; $28K Reward Offered for Missing Pregnant Postal Worker; New Turmoil with USA Gymnastics. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• Trump Criticized for Covering Saudi Arabia; Kim Jong-un Invites Pope Francis to North Korea; Teenager Killed Dozens in Russia; Turkish Media, Audio Recordings Suggests Torture; Saudi Arabia Denies Knowledge Of Khashoggi's Fate; Business Leaders Withdrawing From Saudi Conference; Ebola Not An Emergency Of International Concern; CNN Obtains Rare Access Inside Myanmar; O Cannabis: Canada Celebrates Legal Weed. Aired 3-4a ET
• Trump and Pompeo Meet as Khashoggi Crisis Engulfs White House; New Images Show Saudi Officer in Istanbul on Day of Khashoggi Disappearance; Two Americans Wounded in Kandahar Palace Firefight; WSJ: Rosenstein Says Mueller Probe is "Appropriate and Independent"; Democrats Struggle in Must-Win Senate Races; Wall Street Set to Open Lower After Fed Hints at Higher Rates; Trump Hits Campaign Trail, Heads to Montana for the Third Time in 3 Months. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• Trump and Pompeo Meet as Khashoggi Crisis Engulfs White House; New Images Show Saudi Officer in Istanbul on Day of Khashoggi Disappearance; Rod Rosenstein Says Mueller Probe Appropriate and Independent. Aired 10-10:30a ET
• Potential Trump Challengers Barnstorm Key States; Beto O'Rourke Trails Ted Cruz in Texas; Meadows: Don't Blame Trump if GOP Loses in Midterms; Biden Hopes Democrats Don't Impeach Trump Right Away; Study: High Rate of Crashes in States Marijuana Legal; Frantic Search for Missing Wisconsin Girl; Multiple Catholic Dioceses in Pennsylvania Subpoenaed by DOJ. Aired 2:30-3p ET


October 17, 2018
• Trump Facing Foreign Policy Challenge with Saudis; Democrats Race to Win the Latino Vote; Spike in Hurricane Death Toll; Canada Legalizes Recreational Marijuana; "Crazy Rich Asians" Set to Run in China; Sources Said Intel Officer Oversaw Khashoggi Mission; Khashoggi's Disappearance Puts Dissidents On Alert; Trump Warns Against Rush To Judgment On Saudi Arabia; Trump Threatens Honduras Over Migrant Caravan; British PM To Face E.U. Leaders At Critical Summit; Myanmar's Rohingya Stuck In "No-Man's Land". Aired 1-2a ET
• First Lady Melania Trump's Plane Lands Safely After Turning Around Due to Smoke; Donald Trump: Don't Blame Me if GOP Loses House; Beto O'Rourke Trails Ted Cruz in Polls; Police Search for a Missing Wisconsin Teen After Her Parents Were Found Dead; U.S. Economy Strengthening Weeks Before November Elections; U.S. Futures Down After the Dow Soared Over 500 Points; Saudi Intel Officer Tied to Crown Prince Oversaw Khashoggi Mission. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• Trump Is Patient with Saudis As Evidence Grows Against Them; Trump Denies Giving Cover to The Saudis; Trump Family Business Practices Examined and Found to Be Highly Deceptive; Michael Cohen to Campaign Against Trump. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• Deficit Balloons Under Republican Tax Plan; New Details in Khashoggi Death; Republican Congressman Running Anti-Muslim Campaign. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• Sources: Saudi Intelligence Officer Led Khashoggi Mission; Judge Dismisses Stormy Daniels Defamation Suit; Saudi Arabia's Financial Ties to Washington; Brexit Talks Stall over Irish Border Dispute; Trump Threatens Honduras over Migrant Caravan. Aired 12m-1a ET
• Khashoggi's Disappearance Shaking Global Relationships; Time is Getting Shorter for Brexit Deal; Trump Gives Wiggle Room to Saudi Leadership; Actress Fan Bing Bing Seen For First Time Since June; Richard Branson Suspends Business Dealings With Saudis; Saudi Davos In The Desert Faces More Walkouts; Harry And Meghan's Trip, Day Two; Egyptian Delegation Is Visiting Gaza; Trump Calls Warren Pocahontas Again. Aired 3-4a ET
• Indicted GOP Rep Hunter Running Anti-Muslim Campaign; More Dignitaries Bail on Saudi Event but Mnuchin Not One; Lindsey Graham Joked on Fox Saying, Terrible if DNA Test Finds I'm Iranian; Record Number of Black Women on the Ballot in Alabama. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• Candidates Ted Cruz and Beto O'Rourke Spar in Fiery Texas Senate Debate; Interview with Senator Ed Markey; 13-year-old Girl Missing After Parents Were Found Dead. Aired 9:30-10a ET
• At Least 29 Dead Following Hurricane Michael; What Issues are Driving You to the Polls for the Midterms? Mystery Polio-Like Illness Spreads across U.S.; Polio-Like Illness Popping across U.S.; New Migrant Caravan Heads to U.S. Despite Trump's Threats. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• Turks Appear to Begin Search of Saudi Consul Residence; Suspect in Khashoggi Incident Closely Connected to Saudi Prince; Mueller to Deliver Key Findings on Probe After Midterms. Aired 10-10:30a ET
• Trump Patient With Saudis As Evidence Grows Against Them; ABC Kills Off Roseanne In The Premier Of "The Conners"; Columbus Officer Gives Boys Important Lesson. Aired 2:30-3p ET
• Jamal Khashoggi: Screaming Saudi Journalist Was 'Chopped Up Alive In Horrific Seven-Minute Killing'; Trump Hurls Insulting Nicknames At Female Opponents; Cruz VS O'Rourke For U.S. Senate Seat In Texas; The Trump Effect On Virginia House Race. Aired 2-3a ET


October 16, 2018
• Ads Paint Dems as Angry Mob; Texas Showdown with Cruz and O'Rourke; Several Still Missing After Hurricane; Trump on Climate Change; Leaders Back out of Saudi Conference. Aired 9:30-10a ET
• Sources: Saudi To Admit Khashoggi Killed In Interrogation; Business Leaders Pulled Out Of Saudi "Davos In The Desert; U.K. P.M. To Hold Cabinet Meeting Ahead Of E.U. Summit; Brexit Talks Stuck On Irish Border Issue; Hurricane Death Toll Rises To 19; U.S. Joins Ukraine For Military Exercises; Trump: Saudi King Denies Knowledge of Khashoggi's Fate; Inside Syria's Demilitarized Zone; Indian Minister Defiant Amid MeToo Storm; New App Works to Improve Access to Cancer Treatments; Prince Harry and Meghan Markle Expecting First Child. Aired 1-2a ET
• Trump Reiterates Saudi Denials on Missing Journalist; Trump Throws More Insults at Stormy Daniels; Texas Senate Race. Aired 3- 3:30p ET
• High-Stakes Mystery Over Missing Journalists Unravels for The Saudis; Turkish Official Says Journalist Was Cut into Pieces and Removed from The Consulate; Trump's Offensive "Horse Face" Tweet May Be A Distraction. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• Sources: Saudis to Admit Khashoggi Killed in Interrogation; U.S. Joins Ukraine for Military Exercises; Prince Harry and Meghan Markle Expecting First Child; Brexit Talks Stuck on Irish Border Issue. Aired 12-1a ET
• Trump Calls Stormy Daniels "Horseface" as He Celebrates Judges' Decision in Lawsuit; Heitkamp Offers Apology for Error in Campaign Ad; Melania Trump's Team Calls for Boycott of Rapper T.I.; GOP's McSally Calls Opponent Sinema Treasonous; Trump Reiterates Saudi Crown Prince's Denial on Missing Journalist. Aired 2:30-3p ET
• Saudi Government Considers Plan to Admit Missing Journalist Khashoggi Was Killed In Its Consulate; Business Leaders Pull out of "Davos in the Desert"; Civilians Hope for Safety inside Idlib's DMZ; Brexit Talks Stuck on Irish Border Issue. Aired 2-3a ET
• CNN Poll Cruz Leads O'Rourke Despite Fundraising Record; Hurricane Death Toll Jumps by Nine in Bay County Florida; USA Gymnast Interim Chief Steps Down After Anti-Nike Tweet; Susan Rice's Son a Trump Supporter Drops Assault Charges; 53,000 Mostly Black Voters Registrations on Hold in Georgia. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• Dems Struggle to Generate Enthusiasm among Latino Voters; Mattis says he's on Trump's "Team" after President says he "May Leave"; Yemen on Brink of Worst Famine in 100 Years; Report: Saudi Arabia's Consul General has Left Turkey. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• Marco Rubio: There isn't Enough Money in the World to Buy Back Our Credibility on Human Rights; Pompeo Meets with Saudi King Crown Prince Over Khashoggi; Trump Allies Launch Ads Painting Dems as "Angry Mob"; Stocks Set for Higher Open as Earnings Roll in; Interview with Senator Ben Cardin. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• Mike Pompeo Meets with Saudi King, Crown Prince Over Khashoggi Case; Saudis May Admit Journalist Died During Interrogation; Democrats Vie to Win the Latino Vote. Aired 10-10:30a ET
• Pressure Grows on the Saudi as it Prepares to Admit Khashoggi was Killed; Business Leaders Pullout of Investment Summit in Saudi Arabia; Saudi King Denied Knowledge of Khashoggi Disappearance; Yemen Worst Famine in 100 Years; Civilians Inside Idlib's Demilitarized Zone; Pressure for U.K. Brexit Plan; Duchess of Sussex, Meghan Markle, Pregnant. Aired 3-4a ET


October 15, 2018
• Saudis to Permit Search of Consulate; Trump Takes Questions Before Leaving for Florida; Trump's Call with Saudi King; Warren Releases DNA and Video. Aired 9:30-10a ET
• Trump on Climate Change: Some Scientists have Political Agendas; Saudi Official: Results of Internal Probe of the Murder of Khashoggi to Be Made Public Soon; Saudis to Permit Turkish Authorities to Search Consulate. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• Trump Claims Saudi Journalist May Be a Victim of "Rogue Killers"; Trump and First Lady Tour Storm Devastation in Florida; Aired 10-10:30a ET
• Saudis Preparing to Admit Journalist Was Killed; Hurricane Michael Aftermath; Aired 3-3:30p ET
• Trump Visits Florida Reassuring About FEMA Help; Elizabeth Warren Gets DNA Test That Shows She Is Part Native American; Trump Speaks in Leslie Stahl Interview About Fondness for Dictators. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• Sears Declaring Bankruptcy; Trump Administration Officials to Attend Saudi Summit Despite Pullouts over Journalist; Prince Harry & Meghan Markle Expect First Child; Speculations Grows Defense Secretary Mattis Will Leave Position; Calls for Idaho Fish & Game Commissioner to Resign over Hunting Photos. Aired 2:30-3p ET
• Saudis Preparing to Admit Journalist was Killed; Hanging in White House a Painting of Trump with Other GOP Presidents. Aired 3:30- 4p ET
• Dr. Priscilla Chan's Ambitious Plan to Change the World; Dr. Priscilla Chan's Hard-Fought Journey to Success; GOP Candidate Fires Back over Claims He's Suppressing Voters. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• Saudi Arabia to Hit Back In Case Of Sanctions over Jamal Khashoggi; Key Crossing Reopening In Golan Heights; Iconic U.S. Retail Chain Sears Declares Bankruptcy; More Than 70,000 Attended Canonization Ceremony. Aired 2-3a ET
• Saudi Arabia Pressured Due to Khashoggi's Disappearance; Trump Don't Trust Some Cabinet Members. Aired 3-4a ET
• Pressure on Saudi Arabia After Khashoggi's Disappearance; Saudi Arabia Vows to Retaliate Against Possible Sanctions; Trump's Business Ties to Saudi Arabia Under Scrutiny. Aired 12-1a ET
• Saudi Crown Prince Making Changes in the Kingdom; Girls Face Mandatory Pregnancy Tests in School; Republican Kemp Accused of Voter Suppression in Georgia; Voter Registration Drivers; Once Leading U.S. Retail Chain Sears Declares Bankruptcy; Trump: Putin Probably Involved In Assassinations; Trump: "I Think I'm Very Tough With Putin. Aired 1- 2a ET


October 14, 2018
• Trump: "Severe Punishment" if Saudis Killed Khashoggi; Hurricane Michael's Wrath; Pope to Canonize Seven New Saints; The Prince Who Would Be King; Freed U.S. Pastor Meets with Trump; Far Right AFD Looks to Challenge CSU in Bavaria; Britain's Eugenie Weds. Aired 4-5a ET
• Trump: "Severe Punishment" if Saudis Killed Khashoggi; Hurricane Michael's Wrath; Trump Stumps in Kentucky; Touring a U.S. Shelter for Migrant Children; Pope to Canonize Seven New Saints; "SNL" Tackles Kanye and Trump. Aired 5-6a ET
• Saudi Arabia Vows To Retaliate Against Any Sanctions; FEMA Chief, Governor Tour Damaged Area Of Florida; 33% Of Democratic Voters Prefer Biden In 2020; CDC Confirms 38 Cases Of Polio-like Virus. Aired 3-4p ET
• Trump Promises Punishment Amid Mystery Swirling Missing Saudi Journalist; Florida Governor and FEMA Director Tour Damaged Areas After Hurricane Michael. Aired 4-5p ET
• FBI will investigate Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh; Two women confronted Senator Jeff Flake in an elevator; 7.5 magnitude earthquake hit the Indonesian island of Sulawesi; Aired 2-3p ET
• Trump to Call Saudi King on Missing Journalist; Aftermath of Hurricane Michael; A Decade Before Climate Catastrophe; Saudi Arms Deal and the Dilemma of the Missing Journalist; One Year Since the MeToo Movement; Technology and the Youth's Mental Health. Aired 5-6p ET
• Trump: "Severe Punishment" if Saudis Killed Khashoggi; Hurricane Michael's Wrath; Britain's Eugenie Weds. Aired 3:30-4a ET
• Trump: Mattis "Sort of a Democrat," Unsure if He's Leaving; Incidents with Racial Undertones Spiking, GOP Candidate Accused of Voter Suppression; Texas Desert Tent City for Migrant Kids Explodes in Size; Florida's Gulf Coast This Week And The Panhandle Is A Clean Up Zone; Donald Trump Said He Might Punish The Kingdom If There Was Any Kind Of Foul Play And Particularly A Murder With Regard To Jamal Khashoggi; Hundreds Of Motorbikes And ATVs Are Blocking Streets Of Philadelphia; President Trump Has Hits The Reality Show Presidency Into High Gear. Aired 6-7p ET
• Power Still Out, People Living in Rubble in Storm Zone; Six Countries Show Solidarity with Saudi Arabia; GOP Lawmakers to Trump: If You Don't Punish Saudis, We Will; Can Democrats Translate Enthusiasm Into Midterm Wins?; Saudi Arabia Denies Claim That It Killed Missing Journalist; Growing Health Concern Tonight About A Rare Polio-Like Illness Affecting Children Across The Country; Hurricane Michael Has Now Claimed 18 Lives And The Search Continues For Hundreds Of People Still Unaccounted For; Caught On Tape By United States Senator Snatches The Phone Of A Constituent After Being Asked About Alleged Voter Suppression In The Midterms. Aired 7-8p ET


October 13, 2018
• Missing Saudi Journalist; U.S. Pastor Freed; Trump Reluctant to Give Up Saudi Arms Deal; Saudi Crown Prince Faces Fallout over Khashoggi's Murder; Searching for Hurricane Michael Survivors; Trump's Wild Week. Aired 5-6a ET
• Missing Saudi Journalist; U.S. Pastor Freed; Searching for Hurricane Michael Survivors; Khashoggi's Apple Watch Recorded His Murder; Trump's Wild Week; Khashoggi's Disappearance Deepens Turkey- Saudi Rift. Aired 4-5a ET
• Florida Residents Begin to Assess Damage from Hurricane Michael; Melania Trump Gives Interview; President Trump Promises Punishment if Saudi Arabian Government Found Responsible for Death of Journalist; Georgia Democratic Gubernatorial Candidate Accuses Republican Opponent of Voter Suppression; Remains of Infants Found in Ceiling of Shutdown Funeral Home; LSU to Play Georgia in College Football. Aired 10-11a ET
• Could the Death of Jamal Khashoggi Mean More Sanctions? Freed Pastor Andrew Brunson Scheduled for White House Meeting. Hurricane Michael Devastates Some Florida Beach Communities; American Pastor Detained in Turkey Now Back on U.S. Soil; GA Dem Candidate Accuses Opponent of Voter Suppression; "This Is Life" Airs Tomorrow at 10 p.m. ET; Army Veteran Works to Ensure Safety For Translators. Aired 12-1p ET
• Trump Vows "Punishment" If Saudis Murdered Journalist; Saudi Arabia's Crown Prince's Role on the World Stage; Closer Look at Devastation of Hurricane Michael; Search Teams in Florida Look for People Trapped or Killed; Mnuchin Stills Plans to Attend Saudi Summit Despite Missing Journalist; High-Profile Sponsors, Speakers Quit Major Saudi Conference over Missing Journalist; Melania Trump Blindsided by Zero-Tolerance Immigration Policy; Firsthand Look at Growing Immigrant Children's Detention Center; Trump's Attorneys Prepare Written Answers for Mueller in Russia Probe. Aired 1-2p ET
• President Trump Promises Punishment if Saudi Arabian Government Found Responsible for Death of Journalist; Florida Residents Begin to Assess Damage from Hurricane Michael; Justice Department Filing Raises Questions about Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross's Testimony Before House Committees; President Trump Meets in Oval Office with America Pastor Released from Turkish Prison. Aired 2-3p ET
• Trump Vows "Severe Punishment" If Journalist Killed By Saudi Arabia; Report: Khashoggi's Watch May Have Recorded His Death; Trump Plans To Speak With Saudi King "Pretty Soon"; Mnuchin To Attend Saudi Arabia's Investor Conference; Nearly 900,000 Customers Still Without Power; Death Toll From Hurricane Michael Rises To 17; Search Crews Looking For Survivors, Death Toll Expected To Rise; American Pastor Detained In Turkey Now On His Way Home; Melania Trump's Sit Down Interview As First Lady; Midterm Forecast With Harry Enten; Domestic Violence Awareness Month. Aired 9-10a ET
• Trump Vows "Severe Punishment" if Saudis Murdered Journalist; Hurricane Michael Aftermath; Melania Trump on Family Separation, Her Marriage and More; "The Forecast"; Remains of 11 Infants Found in Ceiling of Closed Funeral Home; 1,500 Unaccompanied Children Still Held at Texas Facility. Aired 11a-12p ET
• Freed American Pastor Detained in Turkey Meets with Trump; Turkey's Audio Evidence of Murder Was from Khashoggi's Apple Watch; Trump Vows "Punishment" If Saudis Murdered Journalist; Closer Look at Devastation of Hurricane Michael; NYT: Kushner Paid No Taxes for Years Despite Making Millions; Women Voters Could Saw Midterms. Aired 3-4p ET
• President Trump Promising Severe Punishment If It Turns Out That Saudi Arabia Killed "Washington Post" Contributor And U.S. Resident Jamal Khashoggi; Turkish Newspaper Is Now Reporting That Khashoggi's Apple Watch Recorded Evidence Of His Murder; Aftermath Of Hurricane Michael; President Trump Spoke To Reporters As He Head To Kentucky For A Campaign Rally At Joint Base Andrews; Scientists Have Long Discussed Whether We Are Purely Victims Of Natural Disasters Like These, Or If We Are Doing Something To Bring Them On; The First Lady, Unfiltered Melania Trump In An Interview. Aired 4-5p ET
• NYT Report: Jared Kushner Likely Paid No Taxes From 2009 to 2016; Voter Suppression Scandal Grips Georgia; Trump's Drain The Swamp Promise Clashes With Reality; Court Filing Indicates Ross May Have Misled Congress. Aired 8-9p ET
• At Least 17 Dead & 750,000 Still Without Power; Van Jones Talks to Dave Chapelle on Trump, Kanye West & Elections; Eric Holder: "When They Go Low, We Kick Them"; Panama City Survived Hurricane Michael & Katrina. Aired 5-6p ET
• Missing Saudi Journalist; U.S. Pastor Freed; Searching for Hurricane Michael Survivors; U.N. Chief Tours Indonesia; Britain's Princess Eugenie Weds in Windsor. Aired 3-3:30a ET


October 12, 2018
• Washington Post: Turks Claim Proof Khashoggi Murdered; Source: Turkey Could Soon Release Detained U.S. Pastor; Mexico Beach, Florida, Ground Zero for Disaster; Dow Suffers Second Day of Triple-Digit Losses; Emergency Landing for Crew of Soyuz Rocket. Aired 3-4a ET
• Preventing Refugee Children from Becoming a Lost Generation; Tom Morello Releases New Solo Album; College Republicans Try to Energize Young Voters. Aired 1-2a ET
• Increasing Pressure on Saudi Arabia; The Incredible Power of Hurricane Michael; Mr. Richard Branson Ppulling Back Business from Saudi Arabia; the DOW Fell 546 Points; Myanmar Violence; a Routine Launch Turned into a Potentially Dangerous Escape. Aired 2-3a ET
• Dow Opens Higher; Devastation in Florida Panhandle; Turkey Frees U.S. Pastor; Pope Accepts Cardinal's Resignation; Trump Lawyers Preparing Answers for Mueller; Stemming Climate Change. Aired 9:30- 10:00a
• Turkey Retrieves Audio and Video Evidence of Journalist Khashoggi's Murder; Steven Mnuchin to Attend Conference in Saudi Arabia Despite Concerns Over Journalist's Disappearance; Stocks Poised to Open Higher After Two Days of Turmoil. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• Large Parts of Florida Panhandle Devastated by Storm; Joey and Tammy Pullen Talk About Surviving the Storm and Surveying the Damage; Saudi Arabia Says Nothing About the Missing "Washington Post" Journalist. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• Leading America in Turbulent Times; Death Toll from Hurricane Up to 11: 5 in Virginia; Sen. Bill Nelson Interviewed; Eagles Dominate Last-Place Giants. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• Melania Trump Asked About Trump Infidelity; CNN Source Says Turkey Has Video and Audio of Journalist's Murder; CNN Hero Helps Afghani Translators; Businesses Are Pulling Back from Working with Saudi Arabia. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• Mexico Beach Resident Lost Everything but a Briefcase; Van Jones Talks to Dave Chapelle on Trump & Elections; Georgia Democrat Stacey Abrams Calls on Brian Kemp to Resign; Eric Holder says Critics of Comment Have Fake Outrage; Crews Scrambled to Evacuate Patients from Panama City's Damaged Hospital; Trump's Legal Team Prepares to Answer Written Answers to Mueller. Aired 2:30-3p ET
• Historic Hurricane Devastates Florida Panhandle; Turkey Says It Has Audio and Video of Journalist's Murder; U.S. Pastor Freed After being Held in Turkey for Two Years; Interview with Rep. Adam Schiff. Aired 10-10:30a ET
• Washington Post: Turks Claim Audio and Video Recordings Prove Jamal Khashoggi Murdered in Saudi Consulate; Source: Turkey Could Soon Release Detained U.S. Pastor; Mexico Beach, Florida, Ground Zero for Disaster; Trump Team to Answer Mueller's Questions; Dow Suffers Second Day of Triple-Digit Losses; Three Newspaper Journalists in Custody in Myanmar; Kanye West Rambles at Oval Office Meeting with Trump. Aired 12m-1a ET
• Trump Lawyers to Respond to Mueller; Hurricane Michael's Aftermath; America Pastor Freed in Turkey. Aired 3-3:30p ET


October 11, 2018
• Hurricane Michael at Nearly Category 5; Missing Journalist; Turkish Newspaper Publishes Photos and Names of 15 Saudis; Pope Compares Abortion to Hiring a Hitman. Aired 12-1a ET
• Michael Now A Tropical Storm Slamming Georgia; Hurricane Slammed Florida At Nearly A Category Five Strength; Turkey Leaks More Details About Khashoggi's Disappearance; U.S. Lawmakers Force Human Rights Investigation; Pressure to Confront U.S. Ally on Journalist's Disappearance; Down Day on Wall Street. Aired 1-2a ET
• Hurricane Michael at Nearly Category 5; Missing Journalist; Michael Now Accelerating Through Central Georgia; Deadly Storm Surge, Damaging Winds Continue Following Florida Panhandle Landfall. Aired 2- 3a ET
• Dow Tumbles Again; Bird's Eye View of Hurricane Destruction; U.S. Intercepted Saudi Communications; Astronauts Make Emergency Landing; Mexico Beach Destruction. Aired 9:30-10a ET
• State Department Provides Update on Reporter's Disappearance; Hurricane Devastation; Kanye West Visits Oval Office. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• Historic Hurricane Leaves Parts of Florida In Ruins; Trump and Kanye West Meet at White House in A Surreal Scene. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• Hurricane Michael Left Florida with Massive Damage; Jamal Khashoggi Still Not Found; Special Coverage, Hurricane Michael; Michael Now Tropical Storm Slamming Georgia; Wall Street Losses Trigger Global Sell-Off. Aired 3-4a ET
• Widespread Catastrophic Damage Across Florida Panhandle; Cajun Navy Member Tells CNN "it's Survival Mode" in Devastated Panama City Beach; Dow Set to Drop at Open After Historic Loss; Trump Blames "Crazy" Fed's Interest Rate Hikes for Market Plunge. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• Trump: U.S. Investigators are "Over There" Looking into Journalist's Disappearance; Widespread, Catastrophic Damage across Florida Panhandle; Stock Selling Frenzy Eases after Historic Loss. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• Trump & Kanye West Meet at White House in Surreal Scene Amid Hurricane Devastation; Pressure Builds on Trump to Confront Saudis on Missing Journalist; Mexico Beach Residents Get First Look after the Storm. Aired 2:30-3p ET
• Hurricane Michael Leaves Devastation in Florida Panhandle. Aired 10-10:30a ET
• State Department Provides Update On Reporter's Disappearance; Hurricane Devastation; President Trump Calling The Federal Reserve Crazy Certainly Is Noteworthy For The Fact That It Is Against Protocol; First Lady Melania Trump Is Opening Up. Aired: 3-3:30p ET


October 10, 2018
• Powerful Hurricane Michael Headed For Southern U.S.; Nikki Haley Resigns As U.S. Ambassador To U.N.; Turkey Says It Will Search Saudi Consulate; Washington Post: 15 Men From Saudi Arabia Were Waiting For Jamal Khashoggi At The Consulate; Wife Of Missing Interpol Chief Speaks To CNN; Powerful Hurricane Michael Headed for Southern U.S.; New Video Shows Moment Indonesian Tsunami Struck; Kavanaugh's First Day on the Job; Interview with Hillary Clinton; Swift-Feud Gets Political. Aired 1-2a ET
• Destin Mayor on Storm; Michael Makes Landfall; Tallahassee Mayor on Storm; Live Report from Shell Point Beach; U.S. Intercepted Saudi Communications; Storm Update from Santa Rosa Beach. Aired 9:30- 10a ET
• Nikki Haley Resigns As U.S. Ambassador to U.N.; Powerful Hurricane Michael Headed for Southern U.S.; Kanye West to Meet Trump at White House; Turkey Says It Will Search Saudi Consulate for Signs of Missing Journalist. Aired 12-1a ET
• Hurricane Michael Batters Florida. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• Hurricane Michael Becomes Category 4 Storm, Targets Florida Panhandle; Nikki Haley Resigns as U.S. Ambassador to the U.N.; Turkey Says It Will Search Saudi Consulate for Signs of Missing Journalist; Kremlin Silent on New Evidence in Skripal Novichok Poisoning. Aired 2- 3a ET
• Hurricane Michael Now a Monster Cat Four; Ambassador Haley Bids Goodbye to her Post; More Questions Than Answers for Khashoggi's Disappearance. Aired 3-4a ET
• Hurricane Michael Makes Landfall With 155 Mph Winds; CNN Reporters Report from Areas Hit by Storm. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• Monstrous Cat 4 Hurricane to Make Landfall in Florida in a Few Hours Time; FEMA Administrator Gives Update on Category 4 Hurricane Michael. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• Hurricane Michael Makes Landfall with Winds Near Cat 5; Hurricane Michael Moves Inland; Destin Gets Reprieve as Storm Hammers Apalachicola. Aired 2:30-3p ET
• Strongest Hurricane To Hit The Florida Panhandle Crashes Into The Coast. Aired 10-10:30a ET
• Monstrous Category 4 Hurricane Bearing Down on Florida; Former NYC Mayor Bloomberg Re-Registers as Democrat. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• Hurricane Michael Barrels Into Florida Coast. Aired 3:30-4p ET


October 09, 2018
• Saudi Denies Knowledge in Khashoggi's Disappearance; Suspect in Skripal Poisoning now Identified; Hurricane Michael Heads to Florida; Justice Kavanaugh Completes the Seat in the SCOTUS; Doubts Remain Over Kim Jong-un True Nuclear Intentions; U.N., Warns Planet has Until 2030 To Stem Climate Change. Aired 3-4a ET
• More Kavanaugh; Calls for More Info on Jamal Khashoggi's Disappearance; E.U. Calls for Fast Inquiry into Killing of Bulgarian Journalist; Second Skripal Suspect Identified; China Accuses Former Interpol Chief of Corruption; Website Names Second Skripal Poisoning Suspect; Saudi Ambassador Denies Khashoggi Killed in Consulate; U.N. Panel: Planet Has Until 2030 to Stem Climate Change. Aired 12-1a ET
• Saudi Ambassador Denies Khashoggi Killed in Consulate; U.N.: Planet Has Until 2030 to Stem Climate Change; Hurricane Michael Poised to Strike U.S.; Facebook Wants to Put a Camera in Your House; Doubt Remains over Kim's True Nuclear Intentions; Kavanaugh Controversy Fires Up Both Parties; Saudi Ambassador Denies Khashoggi Killed In Consulate; Trump Hosts Ceremonial Swearing For Kavanaugh; Web Site Names Second Skripal Poisoning Suspect; China Accuses Former Interpol Chief Of Corruption; Presidential Election Goes To A Runoff. Aired 1- 2a ET
• Jamal Khashoggi: U.S. Calls On Saudi Arabia to Be 'Transparent' About Missing Journalist; Second Skripal Suspect Identified; China Accuses Former Interpol Chief of Corruption. Aired 2-3a ET
• Coastline Under Hurricane Warnings; Disappearance Complicates U.S.-Saudi Relations; Heitkamp Re-Election Race; Limo Crash in New York. Aired 9:30-10a ET
• Trump Turns Kavanaugh Fight into Political Battle Cry; Trump Falsely Claims Justice Kavanaugh was "Proven Innocent"; Kavanaugh Calls Allegations "Calculated Political Hit"; Hurricane Michael Strengthens, Aims for Florida Coast; Wall Street Set to Open Lower on Rate Fears. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• Kavanaugh Takes Seat on Supreme Court; Hurricane Michael Targets Florida; U.N. Ambassador Nikki Haley Resigns. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• Nikki Haley Resigns; Haley Plans to Campaign for Trump; Ivanka Trump Would Like to Replace Haley; GOP And Dems Hope to Capitalize on Kavanaugh's Nomination Fight. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• Florida Panhandle Braces for Direct Hit from Major Storm; Interview with Mayor Greg Brudnicki; Nikki Haley Resigns as U.N. Ambassador. Aired 10-10:30a ET
• Nikki Haley Resigns as U.N. Ambassador. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• Trump Apologizes to Kavanaugh for "Pain & Suffering"; Poll: 54 Percent Will Voting Democrat in Midterms; Hillary Clinton: Kavanaugh Swear-In "Undermined Integrity of Court"; New Details in New York Limo Crash that Killed 20. Aired 2:30-3p ET
• Trump's Combative Style Begins to Influence Other Republican Leaders; Nikki Haley Resigns and Plans to Campaign for Trump in The Next Election; CNN Speaks to Heidi Heitkamp On the Campaign Trail In North Dakota. Aired 3:30-4p ET


October 08, 2018
• Erdogan Adviser :Strong Possibility That Khashoggi Was Killed Inside Saudi Consulate; Interpol Missing President Meng Hongwei Resigns; Far Right Presidential Candidate Wins Broad Lead In First Round; Fraud Trial Begins For Wife Of Israeli Prime Minister; President Trump takes A Victory Lap; Conway Slams Democrats For Kavanaugh Portrayal; U.S. Secretary of State Arrives in Beijing; U.N. Climate Change Report; Twenty Killed in New York State Limousine Crash; Tokyo's Iconic Fish Market Closes. Aired 1-2a ET
• Limo Crash Kills 20 in Upstate New York; Vigil to Be Held for Victims of New York Limo Crash; Unnamed Officials Say Saudi Journalist Jamal Khashoggi has Been Killed at Saudi Consulate in Turkey; Turkey Asks to Search Saudi Consulate After Journalist's Disappearance; Trump to Take Victory Lap Over Supreme Court Nominee Confirmation; Trump, GOP Use Kavanaugh Battle to Rally Voters for Midterms. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• Missing Saudi Journalist; Trump Winning Streak; Storm Churning in Caribbean; Workers in High Demand. Aired 9:30-10a ET
• Erdogan On Missing Saudi Critic: I am Chasing Investigation; Kavanaugh Confirmed After Contentious Debate; U.N. Climate Panel: Unprecedented Changes Needed; Interpol Missing President; Brazil Votes; Mike Pompeo Set to Visit China; New York State Limo Crash; Fraud Trial for Sarah Netanyahu; Tokyo's Iconic Fish Market Closes. Aired 12-1a ET
• 'Washington Post' Writer Feared Dead; Limo Crash Kills 20; Kavanaugh Set For Swearing-In. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• Trump Says That Kavanaugh Accusations Are A Hoax Created by Democrats; Strong Storm Expected to Make Landfall in Florida; 20 People Killed in Limousine Accident. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• Anonymous Turkish Officials say Saudi Journalist Killed; Growing Calls for U.S. to Speak Out on Missing Saudi Journalist; Booker to Democratic Voters: "Stay Faithful"; Experts Warn of "Catastrophic" Climate Change by 2030; Trump: I "Have a Very Good Relationship" with Rosenstein. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• 20 Dead in Limousine Accident in New York; Outrage Grows in Turkey over Missing Journalist; New Details on Self-Destructing High- Priced Banksy Painting; Melania Trump Responds to Wardrobe Critics. Aired 2:30-3p ET
• Trump, GOP Use Kavanaugh Battle to Rally Voters for Midterms; NTSB Investigating Deadliest Transportation Crash Since 2009; Aired 10-10:30a ET
• Critic Of Saudi Government Feared Dead After Disappearance; China former Interpol Chief held for alleged corruption. Tears Flow As Meghan McCain Returns To "The View"; Taylor Swift Endorses Dem In Tennessee Senate Race. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• Military Arrests Siblings of West Bank Attacker Who Murdered Two Israelis; Far-Right Presidential Candidate Wins Broad Lead In First Round; Tokyo's Famous "Tsukiji" Fish Market Closes; Banksy Pulls Off Art Auction Prank; Jamal Khashoggi Missing For Days; Meng Hongwei is Being Kept in China for Supposed Corruption Charges; A Deadly Limousine Crash; Effects Of Climate Change; Midterm Elections Growing Closer; A Populist Surge is Being Felt in Brazil. Aired 2-3a ET
• Saudi Journalist Feared Dead; Missing Chinese Politician Now Under Custody; Reckless Driving Killed 20 in New York; Planet Faces Possible Catastrophe; Palestinian Suspect Killed Two Co-workers; U.S. Secretary of State Arrives in Beijing; Kavanaugh Sure to be a Factor on the Campaign Trail; Taylor Swift Breaks Silence, Endorses Tennessee Democrats; Far-right Presidential Candidate Wins Broad Lean in First Round; Boko Haram Threatens to Kill Kidnapped Girl; Tokyo's Iconic Fish Market Closes. Aired 3-4a ET


October 07, 2018
• Kavanaugh Sworn in, Capitol Hill Aftermath; Saudi Critic Killed inside Consulate; Pompeo Heads to South Korea after Japan; Pope Ordered Investigation into Archbishop; Israeli PM and Wife Face Charges; "Brazil's Trump"; First Lady Wears Safari Outfit to Africa; Banksy's Art Self-Destructs at Auction; 2019 Calendars Showcase Vladimir Putin. Aired 4-5a ET
• Twenty People Are Dead After A Crash Involving A Limousine In Upstate New York; Justice Brett Kavanaugh Will Sit On The Bench Starting This Tuesday After Being Sworn In; White House Pushing For Another Summit With Kim Jong-Un As Soon As Possible; Mysterious Disappearance Of Saudi Journalist, Jamal Khashoggi; Congressman John Delaney Is The First Democrat To Announce That He Is Running For President In 2020; A Mass Killer Remains On The Loose In Chicago. Aired 2-3p ET
• China: Missing Interpol President Under Investigation; North Korea Invites Inspectors to Confirm Irreversible Dismantling of Nuclear Site; Russian Military Intel Accused in String of Plots; New "This is Life" Episode Looks at Gender Identities. Aired 6-7p ET
• 20 Killed in Horrific Limo Crash in Upstate New York; Trump, GOP Take Victory Lap After Supreme Court Fight; Collins Defends Vote For SCOTUS Pick Kavanaugh. Aired 7-8p ET
• Deadly Limousine Crash Kills 20; Trump Uses Kavanaugh Moment to Rally Voters for Midterms; Brett Kavanaugh Confirmed One Month Before Election Day; Mike Pompeo Hails Step Forward for a Second Trump-Kim Summit; Aired 4-5p ET
• 20 Killed In Limo Crash In Upstate New York; Trump Uses Kavanaugh Momentum To Rally Voters For Midterms; Pompeo Hails Step Forward On Second North Korea Summit; Potential Hurricane Moving Toward US; Parts Unknown Airs Sunday. Aired 3-4p ET
• Limo Crash Kills 20 in New York; Kavanaugh Momentum to Rally GOP Voters for Midterms; Masked Killer in Chicago; Saudi Journalist Missing in Turkey; U.S. War In Afghanistan's 17th Year Anniversary; Tropical Storm Michael Likely to Become A Hurricane; Fight After the Fight In UFC Match. Aired 5-6p ET
• Kavanaugh Sworn in, Capitol Hill Aftermath; Saudi Critic Killed inside Consulate; Pompeo Heads to South Korea after Japan; "Brazil's Trump"; Israeli PM and Wife Face Charges; Pope Ordered Investigation into Archbishop; AFC's Post Fight Brawl; "SNL's" Send-up of Kavanaugh Republicans. Aired 5-6a ET
• Kavanaugh Sworn in, Capitol Hill Aftermath; Saudi Critic Killed inside Consulate; Pompeo Heads to South Korea after Japan; "Brazil's Trump". Aired 3-3:30a ET


October 06, 2018
• U.S. Senate Vote on Kavanaugh; Interpol President's Disappearance; Nobel Peace Prize Champions Survivors of Sexual Violence; Russian Espionage; Indonesia Disasters; Boko Haram Threatens to Kill Schoolgirl; "A Star Is Born" Wins Critics. Aired 4-5a ET
• Senate Prepares to Vote to Confirm Brett Kavanaugh to Supreme Court; Melania Trump Visits Egypt; Chicago Police Officer Found Guilty of Second-Degree Murder for Shooting Teen; Protestors Gather in Washington to Oppose Kavanaugh Confirmation to Supreme Court; Painting at Auction Self-Destructs after Sale Finalized. Aired 10-11a ET
• U.S. Senate Vote on Kavanaugh; Interpol President's Disappearance; Nobel Peace Prize Champions Survivors of Sexual Violence; Indonesia Disasters; Boko Haram Threatens to Kill Schoolgirl, Sponsors Respond to Ronaldo Rape Allegation; Russian Espionage. Aired 5-6a ET
• Senate Prepares to Vote to Confirm Brett Kavanaugh to Supreme Court; Protestors Gather in Washington to Oppose Kavanaugh Confirmation to Supreme Court; Senator Chuck Grassley Makes Controversial Statement about Lack of Republican Women on Judiciary Committee; Elena Kagan and Sonia Sotomayor Discuss Partisanship on Supreme Court; Susan Collins and Joe Manchin Criticized for Supporting Brett Kavanaugh's Nomination to Supreme Court; Melania Trump Visits Egypt. Aired 2-3p ET
• Brett Kavanaugh Confirmation Vote Just Hours Away; Democrats: Should Have Focused on Ford & Ramirez; Trump Places 2 Justices on Supreme Court in Less than 2 Years; Grassley Talks Kavanaugh, Protests, FBI Investigation; Kavanaugh Protesters Arrested on Steps of Capitol; Sister-in-Law: Senate Testimony & Trump's Comments Caused Ford More Pain; Ford Attorneys Blast Senators for "False Claims" About FBI Investigation; Protesters Arrested at Capitol After Collins' Reveals She Vote Yes on Kavanaugh; Melania Trump Talks on Africa Trip & Husband. Aired 1-2p ET
• Hours Away from Final Vote for New Supreme Court Justice; Protests in Washington Ahead of Senate Vote on Kavanaugh; First Lady Closes Out Solo Trip with Visit to Egypt; Protests Heat up Ahead of Final Vote Set for Today; Officer Found Guilty of Second-Degree Murder of Black Teen; Interpol Chief Vanishes during Trip to China. Aired 11a-12p ET
• Judge Brett Kavanaugh Has Been Confirmed As An Associate Supreme Court Justice; Aired 4-5p ET
• Kavanaugh to be Confirmed After Susan Collins & Joe Manchin Say Yes; Interview with Sen. Susan Collins; Protesters Arrested Outside Capitol Building & Supreme Court; Blumenthal Talks Kavanaugh Hearings & Confirmation Vote; Trump Spoke about Kavanaugh Confirmation Vote; Kagan & Sotomayor Speak Out about Supreme Court; Schumer Speaks Against Kavanaugh Confirmation on Senate Floor; McConnell Speaks for Kavanaugh Confirmation Ahead of Vote; Senate Votes to Confirm Kavanaugh to Supreme Court. Aired 3-4p ET
• Very Different Reactions In Many Major U.S. Cities, Reactions To Today's Historic Confirmation And Swearing In Of The Newest U.S. Supreme Court Justice; Brett Kavanaugh Sworn In As Supreme Court Justice; Cop Found Guilty Of 2nd-Degree Murder In 2014 Shooting Of Teen; Indonesia Disaster Toll Rises; First Lady "Glad" Kavanaugh & Ford Were Both Heard. Aired 8-9p ET
• U.S. Senate Vote on Kavanaugh; Interpol President's Disappearance; Indonesia Disasters; Boko Haram Threatens to Kill Schoolgirl; Russian Espionage. Aired 3-3:30a ET
• Kavanaugh Soon To Be Sworn In; Protests Outside SCOTUS as Kavanaugh Sworn In; Interview with Ana Maria Archila Who Confronted Sen. Flake. Aired 5-6p ET
• Chaotic and Angry Reaction Still Boiling on Streets of Washington DC Outside U.S. Supreme court; Brett Kavanaugh Now Formally a U.S. Supreme Court Justice; President Trump Speaks at Campaign Rally in Topeka, Kansas; President Trump Tweets About Size of Opposition Crowd at Supreme Court; Senator Susan Collins to Speak With Dana Bash on "State Of The Union"; Donald Trump Says Radical Democrats Have Turned Into an Angry Mob; White House Press Secretary Sarah Sanders Congratulates Justice Brett Kavanaugh. Aired 7-8p ET
• Hours Away From Final Vote on Kavanaugh; Officer Found Guilty in 2014 Murder of Black Teen; Protesters March, Chant Before Kavanaugh Vote; Dead Toll Rising After Earthquake and Tsunami. Aired 12n-1p ET


October 05, 2018
• Democrats Unsatisfied with FBI Report; Indonesians Asks for More Help; Russians Deny Cyber Attacks Despite Evidence; India and Russia Strengthening Relationship. Aired 3-4 ET
• Liberal Women Turn Anger into Organized Anger; Turkey Summons Saudi Ambassador; U.S. First Lady on Solo International Trip; Russians Caught in the Act; U.S. Secretary of State to Meet Kim Jong-un in North Korea; Exploring Laos' Ancient Temple of Vat Phou; Ringing at the Wrong Moment. Aired 1-2a ET
• Trump weighs in on Judge Brett Kavanaugh; Vice President Mike Pence gives a strong and scathing speech directed at China; Secretary of State Michael Pompeo is expected to discuss nuclear details with Kim Jong-Un; new allegations of North Korean cyber attacks; Nobel Peace Prize favorites; Melania Trump in Kenya; crackdown on Russian cyber attacks. Aired 2-3a ET
• Kavanaugh Vote Reaction in Arizona; Kavanaugh Vote Reaction in Alaska; Kavanaugh Confirmation Hearing. Aired 9:30-10a ET
• Key Democrat Senator Manchin Still Undecided on Kavanaugh; Retired Justice Stevens: Kavanaugh Shouldn't Be Confirmed; Key Senate Vote on Bretty Kavanaugh's Supreme Court Nomination; Kavanaugh Writes Final Appeal Ahead of Confirmation Vote; Unemployment Rate Hits 49- year low. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• Critical Senate Vote on Judge Brett Kavanaugh's Supreme Court Nomination; Aired 10-10:30a ET
• Susan Collins to Vote Yes on Kavanaugh. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• Flake Says Will Vote Yes on Kavanaugh For Saturday; McConnell Optimistic About Vote After Lunch with Collins; Verdict reached in Chicago Trial of Cop Who Killed Teen; Unemployment Rate Falls To 49 Year Low. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• Senator Susan Collins Gives Speech in Favor of Kavanaugh For Supreme Court Justice; Donald Trump Has Reshaped the Supreme Court for The Next 30 To 35 Years; Manchin Becomes the Only Democrat to Back Kavanaugh. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• Sen. Flake Still Weighing Decision, Making Calls Ahead of Key Vote; Now: Critical Senate Vote on Kavanaugh: Fate Unclear; Kavanaugh Nomination Advances to Final Floor Vote. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• Unemployment Rate Falls to 49-Year Low; Angry Protests over Kavanaugh Vote Lead to Arrests; 3 Key Senate Votes Crucial to Kavanaugh Confirmation; Any Moment Sen. Susan Collins Will Announce Final Decision on Kavanaugh. Aired 2:30-3p ET
• Senate's First Vote on Kavanaugh; Vice President Pence Attacks China; U.S. Indicts Russian Military Officers for Cyber Attack; Indonesian Survivors Searching for Their Loved Ones; Netherlands: Russia Targeted Chemical Weapons Watchdog; Collins Under Pressure to Reject Kavanaugh; U.S. First Lady on Solo International Trip. Aired 12m-1a ET


October 04, 2018
• Indonesian Village "Obliterated"; Saudi Critic Enters Consulate and Goes Missing; British PM Theresa May Calls For Unity On Brexit; Conservative Party Is Divided On Brexit Strategy; A Taste of Laotian Cuisine. Aired 1-2a ET
• U.K. and Australia Accuse Russia of Global Cyber Attacks; U.S. Senators to Read FBI's Kavanaugh Report; U.S. Navy Planning Exercises to Warn China; Indonesia Disaster; British Prime Minister Theresa May Calls for Unity; Russian Military Intelligence Accused of Cyberattacks; U.S. Withdraws From Iran Treaty After Ruling; Saudi Critic Enters Consulate and Goes Missing. Aired 12m-1a ET
• Senators Review FBI Report on Kavanaugh; Pence Set to Inflame China Tensions; Anti-Kavanaugh Protests Expected Nationwide
• Australia, UK Accuse Russia of Cyberattacks Aimed At Undermining Western Democracies; U.S. Senators to Read FBI's Kavanaugh Report; Trump May Have to Release Tax Returns; Indonesia Disaster; U.S. Navy Planning Exercises to Warn China; British Prime Minister Theresa May Calls for Unity. Aired 2-3a ET
• Senators Reviewing FBI Report; Department of Justice Announcement; Pence to Warn China; Amazon Raises Wage. Aired 9:30-10a ET
• Senators Reviewing FBI Report on Brett Kavanaugh; One of Kavanaugh's Accusers Claim FBI Investigation was Limited; Aired 10- 10:30a ET
• Republicans Push Forward on Kavanaugh Vote. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• Senators Are Now Viewing FBI Report on Brett Kavanaugh; Democrats Are Saying the Report Was Not Thorough Enough; Heitkamp Says She Will Vote No on Kavanaugh; Collins And Flake Indicate They Will Vote Yes for Now. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• Officials U.S. Navy Planning Exercises To Warn China; Paris Park's Dark Secret; Saudi Critic Enters Consulate And Goes Missing; Merkel's Visit To Israel; U.S. First Lady On Visit To Africa; U.S. Emergency Warning Test; U.K. Blames Russia for Cyber Attacks; Indonesian Village Wiped Off from Map; Vote on Kavanaugh Underway. Aired 3-4a ET
• Trump Arrives in Minnesota Amid Kavanaugh Controversy; Crowd Gathers in Senate Office Building After FBI Report Released; Pence Says, China Wants to Turn These Voters Against Trump. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• Republican Leaders Hold News Conference on Kavanaugh Nomination. Aired 2:30-3p ET
• Pence: China is Meddling in America's Democracy; Trump Heads to Minnesota to Campaign in Crucial Swing District; Now: Senators Reviewing FBI Report on Kavanaugh; Liberal Women Ready to Vote. Aired 10:30-11a ET


October 03, 2018
• Death Toll And Desperation Grow After Quake And Tsunami; Air Traffic Controller Being Hailed As Hero; White House Denies Report On Trump Family Fortune; Kavanaugh Letter: "We're Loud Obnoxious Drunks"; Source: Trump Enlisted Son Eric To Help Get Restraining Order Against Stormy Daniels. Aired 1-2a ET
• Trump Rallies Crowds; Collins Comments on Trump's Ford Attack; New Jersey Senate Race; Death Toll Rises in Indonesia; Hackers Access Third-Party Sites. Aired 9:30-10a ET
• NYT: Brett Kavanaugh Called Himself and Friends "Obnoxious Drunks" in a 1983 Letter; State Opens Probe After NYT Alleges Trump Engaged in Suspect Tax Schemes; Trump Tells Crowd to Vote Pretending He's on the Ballot; Volcano Erupts on an Already Devastated Indonesia Island; Dow Set to Rise After Hitting Record High; Key Vote Susan Collins Comments on Kavanaugh. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• White House Denies Report on Trump Family Fortune; May to Defend Her Brexit Plan As Boris Johnson Slams It; Magic Leap Unveils Its Mixed Reality Headset; Desperation Grows in Indonesia after Quake and Tsunami; New California Law Bans All-Male Corporate Boards. Aired 12-1a ET
• Desperation Grows in Indonesia after Quake and Tsunami; Trump Family Faces Fraud Accusations; Trump Defends Supreme Court Pick; The Fight over Brexit; Bishops Convening under Cloud of Sexual Abuse Scandal. Aired 2-3a ET
• Trump's Self-Made Fortune a Myth?; Trump Mocks Kavanaugh Accuser. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• Trump Mocks Ford During Political Speech and Gets Cheers; Cell Phones Nationwide Receive National Alert Test; Key Republican Senators Find Trump's Mocking of Ford Appalling and Wrong. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• Key GOP Senators Push Back on Trump's Mocking of Christine Blasey Ford; Interview with Senator Ben Cardin; Brett Kavanaugh Referred to Himself and Friends as "Obnoxious Drunks" in 1982 Letter; Aired 10-10:30a ET
• "New York Times" Says Trump Family Set Up Sham Business to Hide Millions from Tax Collectors; Donald Trump Junior Hits Campaign Trail for Ted Cruz; The Rise and Fall of The Supreme Court's Most Controversial Nominees; Kamala Harris Comments on Donald Trump's Attacks on Christine Ford. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• NYT: Trump Siblings Set Up Sham Corp to Disguise Millions in Gifts; First Lady Promotes Positive Message during Africa Trip; Soon: Secretary Pompeo to Speak Ahead of Trip to North Korea. Aired 10:30- 11a ET
• Kavanaugh Letter Raises Questions About Testimony Truth; White House Counsel: No Need to Interview Kavanaugh & Ford, Senate Testimony Enough; 2nd-Most Mentioned Concern for Women Candidates is Guns. Aired 2:30-3p ET
• U.S. Secretary of State Travels To North Korea This Week; Ambassador Warns U.S. Could take Out Russian Missiles; U.S. First Lady On First Major Solo Trip; Magic Leap And Mixed Reality. Aired 3-4a ET


October 02, 2018