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April 06, 2020
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• Parents And Caregivers Adapt To Sudden Homeschooling; UNICEF: Coronavirus Poses Latest Threat To DRC Health System; Explore The World Without Leaving Home. Aired 5:30-6a ET
• 69,400+ Deaths Worldwide, 9,600+ Deaths in U.S. from Coronavirus; Trump Touts Unproven Drug to Treat Coronavirus; British Prime Minister Hospitalized Overnight for Tests; Drive-Through Funerals at Europe's Largest Cemetery; Tokyo Reports Highest Jump in Virus Cases in One Day; India Holds Candlelight Vigil as Cases Rise; California Unveils COVID-19 Housing Plan for the Homeless; Couple Scraps Wedding Plans, Gets Married Online. Aired 12-1a ET
• U.S. Surgeon General Compares Coming Days to 9/11; Trump Says We See Light at the End of the Tunnel; Governor of New York Says New York Could Be Near Apex of Infections; British Prime Minister in Hospital for Tests; Queen Addresses Nation, Urges Citizens to Stay United; Researchers Race to Develop Treatment for Virus; Spain Distributing Rapid Coronavirus Tests to Hospitals; Italy Records Lowest Death Rate in Two Weeks. Aired 4-4:30a ET
• Shinzo Abe to Declare a State of Emergency; Asian Markets Ended in Green Arrows; Coronavirus Hurt Millions of Businesses; A Solemn Holy Week for Christians; U.S. COVID Cases is Now Compared to Painful History; No Shortage of Boastful Lines Amidst Crisis; New York City Not Out of the Woods Yet; Prime Minister Boris Johnson Brought to Hospital; Italy and Spain Finally Got Their Needed Medical Supplies; Robot Help Doctors in Northern Italy. Aired 3-4a ET
• U.S. Market Futures Pointing Up Ahead of Open; Trump and Pelosi Say They Want More Economic Stimulus; Small Business Owners Hit Hard by Crisis; Comedy Club Owner Forced to Lay Off Employees Amid Crisis; CNN Speaks to Frontline Medical Worker in U.K.; Couple Scraps Wedding Plans, Gets Married Online . Aired 4:30-5a ET
• Johns Hopkins: Nearly 10,000 Americans Have Died from Coronavirus; British Prime Minister Boris Johnson Admitted at Hospital; Infection Rates of Coronavirus Spikes in Louisiana and New Jersey. Aired 5-5:30a ET
• Country Braces For Devastating Week As Death Toll Climbs; California Coronavirus Cases Rise To 15,000+; Former Intel Community Inspector General Says, Trump Fired Me For Doing My Job. Aired 10- 10:30a ET


April 05, 2020
• COVID-19 Kills Almost 8,500 in the U.S.; Trump Says He Won't Issue National Stay-at-Home Order; ERs across U.S. Pushed to the Limit; Trump: Captain's Letter Warning of Ship Outbreak "Not Appropriate"; Queen Elizabeth to Address U.K. in Rare Broadcast; U.K. Government Scrambles to Offer Mass Public Testing; Inside a Hospital Dealing with COVID-19; Psychologically Adapting to a New Normal; Spain Overtakes Italy in Reported Virus Cases; American Brothers Stranded in Russia; Woman Visiting Dying Mom is Solo Passenger on Plane; Mother with Virus Separated from Newborn. Aired 2-3a ET
• Eight U.S. States Still Without Stay-At-Home Orders; Javits Convention Center Becomes 2,500-Bed Hospital; Louisiana Bracing For Onslaught Of Virus Cases; COVID-19 Kills Almost 8,500 In The U.S.; Queen Elizabeth To Address U.K. In Rare Broadcast; U.K. Ramps Up Testing Health Care Workers; Inside A Hospital Dealing With COVID-19; Gig Economy Falters As Virus Spreads; Spain Overtakes Italy In Reported Virus Cases; Hurricane Season Could Be Disastrous; Woman Visiting Dying Mom Is Solo Passenger On Plane. Aired 5-6a ET
• U.S. Bracing For Rapid Rise In Deaths And Infections; U.S. Hospitals Face Critical Shortage Of Ventilators; Medical Workers On Front Lines Of COVID-19; Lockdown Leaves Paris Silent; Spain Overtakes Italy In Reported Virus Cases; Pregnant Partner Of U.K. Prime Minister Tests Positive; U.K. Ramps Up Testing Health Care Workers; Recovered Patient Donates Plasma To Help Others. Aired 4-5a ET
• COVID-19 Kills Almost 8,500 In The U.S.; New York Convention Center Becomes Makeshift Hospital; African Nations Afraid To Fight Pandemic?; Spain Overtakes Italy In Reported Virus Cases; U.K. Government Scrambles To Offer Mass Public Testing; Louisiana Bracing For Onslaught Of Virus Cases; Recovered Patient Donates Plasma To Help Others; Christians Observing Palm Sunday Under Lockdown; Millions Now Homeschooling; Britain's Virtual Grand National. Aired 3-4a ET
• U.S. Death Toll Reaches Grim New Milestone; Nearly Half Of The U.S. Deaths Are In New York; Esper: Pentagon Sending NY 1,100-Plus Additional Military Medical Staff; Soon: Queen Elizabeth To Address Crisis In Rare Televised Speech; CNN Goes Inside Seattle ICU Treating Coronavirus Patients. Aired 1-2p ET
• Queen Elizabeth II Gives Rare Address On Coronavirus Crisis; White House Sending A Grim Message About Just How Bad Things Will Get In The Fight Against The Coronavirus; New York State Accounts For Nearly Half Of All Coronavirus Deaths Nationwide. Aired 3-4p ET
• U.S. Coronavirus Deaths Dwarf 9/11 Attacks; Shortage Of Ventilators And Staff A Problem In New York And Michigan; Prime Minister Boris Johnson Hospitalized Due To Coronavirus; China's Wet Market Face Global Pressure To Close Down; Japan Weeks Away In Becoming Like New York; Coronavirus Overturns U.S. Economy; Trump Denies There Is Massive Recession. Aired 5-6p ET
• U.S. Coronavirus Fight Enters Crucial Weeks; Barr Expands Early Release At Prisons Hard Hit By Coronavirus; Georgia Governor Opens Beaches Day After Statewide Stay-At-Home Order; Michigan Now Has Third Most Coronavirus Cases And Deaths; "New York Times:" Ousted Navy Carrier Commander Tests Positive For Coronavirus. Aired 2-3p ET
• Almost Half Of U.S. Coronavirus Deaths In New York State; Trump Downplays States' Supply Needs Despite Shortages; Inside NYC Hospital On The Front Lines of Outbreak; U.K. Prime Minister Admitted To Hospital With Coronavirus; Gov. Cuomo: Deaths In NY Over Past Few Days Dropping "For The First Time"; Gov. Cuomo: NY "Running Short Of Supplies All Across Board"; Eleventh Member Of NYPD Dies From Coronavirus; Trump Accuses Governors Of Playing Political Games With Ventilators; U.S. Reports More Than 331,000 Confirmed Cases, 9400-Plus Deaths; WH Official: Colorado Among Next Possible Hot Spots For Virus; Eight States Still Without Stay-At-Home Orders; Surgeon General: This Week Will Be A "Pearl Harbor" And "9/11" Moment. Aired 4-5p ET


April 04, 2020
• CDC Advises Americans to Cover Faces in Public; Worldwide Cases Surpass 1.1M; Fauci: Ban Markets Selling Wild Animals as Food; U.K. Urges Social Distancing; Sports Broadcasters Using Their Voices to Lift Others. Aired 3-3:30a ET
• U.S. Marks Highest One-Day Death Toll from Coronavirus; U.K. Prime Minister Remains in Self-Isolation; CDC Advises Americans to Cover Faces in Public; Worldwide Cases Surpass 1.1M; China's Day of Mourning for COVID-19 Victims; Brazil Pandemic Far from Peaking; U.S. Ventilator Shortage; Wife Uses FaceTime to Say Goodbye to Dying Husband; Italy Devastated by COVID-19 Spread; Astronaut Scott Kelly on Living in Isolation. Aired 4-5a ET
• CDC Recommends Wearing Facemasks in Public to Reduce Spread of Coronavirus; President Trump Informs He Will Not be Wearing Facemask; General Terrence O'Shaughnessy Interviewed on Military Contributions to Combatting Coronavirus Spread; President Fires Inspector General for the Intelligence Community Michael Atkinson Who Reported Ukraine Call to Congress; Health Care Workers Interviewed on Experiences in Dealing with COVID-19; Doctor Answers Questions about COVID-19; Ninety-Year-Old Woman Recovers from Coronavirus. Aired 10-11a ET
• White House Recommends Wearing Face Masks Amid Outbreak; Governor Cuomo Updates NY Coronavirus Response; Japan Reports 314 New Coronavirus Cases. Aired 11a-12p ET
• U.S. Marks Highest One-Day Death Toll from Coronavirus; U.S. Ventilator Shortage; CDC Advises Americans to Cover Faces in Public; Impeachment Fallout; China's Day of Mourning for COVID-19 Victims; Virus May Have Been in Humans for Years; White House to Nominate Attorney to Oversee Stimulus; COVID-19 Conspiracy Theories; Worldwide Cases Surpass 1.1M; Miss England Back in U.K. after Isolation; Remembering Those Lost to COVID-19; Singer-Songwriter Bill Withers Dies at 81. Aired 5-6a ET
• CDC Recommends Wearing Facemasks in Public to Reduce Spread of Coronavirus; President Trump Informs He Will Not be Wearing Facemask; Coronavirus Patients in New York to Begin Treatment at Javits Center Makeshift Hospital; New Orleans Reported Epicenter of Coronavirus Outbreak in Louisiana; Pregnant Fiance of British Prime Minister Boris Johnson Recovering from Coronavirus Symptoms; Spain Reporting Decreasing Number of Coronavirus Cases; President Trump Fires Inspector General for the Intelligence Community Michael Atkinson Who Reported Ukraine Call to Congress; Health Care and Finance Professionals Answer Questions Related to COVID-19. Aired 2-3p ET
• WH Reverses Course, Recommends Wearing Face Masks Amid Outbreak; U.S. Cases Surge To 278,000-Plus, More Than 7,100 Deaths; Nearly 96 Of People In The U.S. Told To Stay At Home; Gov. Cuomo: NY Somewhere In The Seven-Day Range Of Reaching Apex; Sen. Chuck Schumer (D-NY) Is Interviewed About Military Czar For Medical Supplies; Coronavirus Upends Law Enforcement Norms; Thousands Of Doctors Respond To Italy's Call For Help. Aired 12-1p ET
• U.S Death Toll Climbs As Global Coronavirus Cases Top 1.1 Million; Coronavirus Ranking System Could Determine Who Gets A Ventilator; Pregnant Fiancee Of U.K Prime Minister Says She Has Coronavirus Symptoms; Former Italian P.M. Matteo Renzi Discusses The Current Prime Minister's Security Guard Dying From Coronavirus & Spread Of Coronavirus In Europe; Ten Million Filed For Unemployment In Just Two Weeks; Inside A Seattle ICU Showing The Fight To Save Coronavirus Patients. Aired 3-4p ET
• White House Reverses Course, Recommends Wearing Face Masks Amid Outbreak; U.S. Cases Surge To 278,000-Plus, More Than 7,100 Deaths; Nearly 96 Percent Of People In The U.S. Told To Stay At Home; Food Banks Struggle As Demand Soars Amid Pandemic; Leslie Gordon, CEO, Food Bank For NYC, Discusses Increased Demand For Food During Pandemic; L.L. Bean CEO, Steve Smith, Discusses Their Efforts To Aid Hospital Workers On Frontlines & Government Needs To Do More To Help Retail Industry; Trump Fires Inspector General That Sparked Impeachment; Remembering Those We Lost This Week. Aired 1-2p ET
• Trump In Daily Briefing Says, Hard Decisions Will Have To Be Made; Trump Falsely Accuses Media Is Spreading False Rumors; U.S. Tops 1,000 Deaths For Second Day In A Row; Navy Commander Who Sounded Alarm Removed For "Poor Judgment"; China Donates 1,000 Ventilators To Help New York. Aired 6-7p ET
• President Trump & Coronavirus Task Force Hold Press Briefing. Aired 5-6p ET
• U.S. Reports 300,000-Plus Coronavirus Cases, Death Toll of 8,000-Plus; President Trump And Coronavirus Task Force Hold Press Briefing. Aired 4-5p ET


April 03, 2020
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• Coronavirus Pandemic, U.S. Science Panel, Talking Or Breathing Could Spread Virus; Johns Hopkins More Than One Million Cases Worldwide; Jared Kushner, Trump Hearing About Masks From New York Friend; Record 6.6 Million Americans File Jobless Claims; U.S. Navy Relieves Commander After Memo On Virus; Pentagon Working To Get 100,000 Body Bags As Deaths Rise; Tokyo Next Hotspot; China Sends Medical Supplies To Europe, U.S.; Passing The Quaran-time; Untalkative COVID-19 Carriers Can Infect Others; London Braces for Another Wave; Germany's Aggressive Response to COVID-19 Saves More Lives; China Sends Ineffective Medical Supplies. Aired 3-4a ET
• U.K. Vows To Test 100,000 People Per Day By End of April; USS Theodore Roosevelt Sailors Testing Negative Are Quarantined In Guam; Live-Streamed Safaris Bring Joy Of Nature Into Your Home. Aired 5:30- 6a ET
• More Than 90 Percent of Americans Under Stay-at-Home Orders; U.S. Stocks Rally Despite Jobless Claims; Ecuador Struggles to Cope with Overwhelming Death Toll; Russia Sends Medical Supplies to U.S.; Health Officials Warn Tokyo Could Be Next Hotspot; Funerals Turn Small Georgia City Into Virus Hotspot; English Football Clubs Criticized for Taking Government Money. Aired 12-1a ET
• Coronavirus Strains Emergency Services Across U.S.; Some U.S. Cities Tell People to Wear Masks; Funerals Turn Small Georgia City into Virus Hotspot; U.K. Vows to Test 100,000 People Per Day by End of Month; Germany Mobilizes 15,000 Soldiers to Help Fight Virus. Aired 4- 4:30a ET
• Johns Hopkins: U.S. Has 245,000+ Cases, 6,000+ Deaths; On the Frontlines Battling the Coronavirus; Questioning China's Transparency; Record U.S. Jobless Claims Far Worse than Expected. Aired 5-5:30a ET
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• Health Experts Say Breathing, Talking May Spread Virus; 6.6 Million Americans Filed for Unemployment Just Last Week; Russia Sends Medical Supplies to U.S.; Oil Prices Continue Surge on Hopes of Deal; U.S. Navy Relieves Commander After Memo on Virus; U.S.S. Roosevelt Sailors Testing Negative Quarantined in Guam; English Soccer Clubs Criticized for Taking Government Money; Love in the Time of Coronavirus. Aired 4:30-5a ET
• New York Governor Says State Will Run Out of Ventilators in 6 Days; Pressure Grows for Nationwide Shutdown as Cases Surge; U.S. Economy Lost 701,000 Jobs in March. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Creates Temporary Hospitals to Handle Patient Surge; Food Banks Struggle as Demand Soars Amid Pandemic; U.S. Economy Lost 701,000 Jobs in March. Aired 9:30-10a ET
• FL Gov. Creates Confusion With New Shutdown Order; Hospitals Cancel Elective Surgeries, Ration Patient Care; U.S. Economy Lost 701,000 Jobs In March Worst Still To Come. Aired 12:30-1p ET
• Chicago's Stockpile of Medical Supplies Awaits Federal Additions; Interview with San Francisco Federal Reserve President and CEO Mary Daly; Interview with Surgical Residents Behind Viral "Imagine" Video. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• Pressure Grows For Nationwide Shutdown As Cases Surge; 1,200+ Passengers Heading Home After Virus-Stricken Cruises Dock; Detroit Hospitals Running Low On ICU Beds, Medical Supplies. Aired 10-10:30a ET
• Pressure Grows for Nationwide Shutdown as Deaths Top 6,000; NY Governor Warns Time Running Out for Finding Medical Equipment; NY Governor Cuomo Gives Update on Coronavirus Response. Aired 11-11:30a ET
• New York to Exhaust Equipment Supplies This Week; Interview with Pandemic Expert Theresa MacPhail; Reports From Medical Workers. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• NY Governor Cuomo Gives Update on Coronavirus Response; Dr. Michael Osterholm Discusses Coronavirus Spread, New York as Epicenter, Needed Stay-at-Home Orders; Death Rate in New Orleans Higher Than Rest of Country. Aired 11:30a-12p ET
• New York Governor Andrew Cuomo: Highest Single Day Increase in Deaths & Hospitalizations; 10 Percent Of Pennsylvania Nursing Homes Have At Least One Case; Dr. Deborah Birx: We're Still Not Receiving 100 Percent Of The Tests; Congressional Candidate In Detroit Contracts Virus. Aired 12-12:30p ET
• U.S At Crossroads As 10 States Still Without Stay-At-Home Order; Top Administration Officials Said Last Year Threat Kept Them Up At Night; Contagion Writer Says, I never Would Have Imagined Federal Blunders. Aired 1-1:30p ET
• "Contagion" Writer & Consulting Doctor Speak on Coronavirus; A Look at the Many Impacts of the Coronavirus Across the U.S.; Trump Attacks 3M after Using Defense Production Act; Glenn Tolbert, Detroit Bus Drivers Union Director, Discusses a Bus Driver Complaining About a Person Coughing Without Covering Her Mouth on Bus and Dies Days Later. Aired 1:30-2p ET
• Jared Kushner Blasted for Calling the National Emergency Stockpile "Our" Stockpile, Not States'; Interview with Presidential Candidate Sen. Bernie Sanders (D-VT); NJ Firefighter Dies of Coronavirus at 33 Years Old. Aired 2:30-3p ET


April 02, 2020
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• U.S. Maintains the Highest Number of COVID-19 Cases; WHO Warns More People Will Die from the Virus; Millions Will be Out of Work; Religious Groups Giving Headaches to Israeli Authorities; U.S. to Limit Its Aid to Allies; Coronavirus Pandemic; WHO, Global Infection Will Soon Be 1,000,000; Democracy Under Threat Amid Virus; European Union, Emergency Measures Must Not Last Indefinitely; New York City Becomes A Ghost Town Amid Covid-19; HBO Max To Launch In May; Should We Make Our Own Masks; How To Help During Coronavirus Crisis; Coronavirus Upends Another Sporting Event; Working From Home; Love In The Time Of Coronavirus Pandemic. Aired 3-4a ET
• Backlog Of 160,000 Coronavirus Tests In Just One Lab; Italian Filmmaker Documents The Virus Up Close; Sailors From USS Theodore Roosevelt To Quarantine In Guam. Aired 5:30-6a ET
• Johns Hopkins: 939,000+ Cases Globally, 47,000+ Deaths; Backlog in Processing Tests; Trump Warns of Many Painful Days to Come; Grocery Rush Leaves Bare Shelves for Low-Income Families. Aired 5-5:30a ET
• New York Hospital Struggle to Stay Ahead of Virus; Stay-At- Home Orders Issued in Florida, Georgia and Mississippi; Pence Seeks to Blame CDC, China for Delayed Response; Giant Wave of Jobless Claims Expected in U.S.; U.S. Nurse Couldn't Get Tested, Worked While Infected; USNS Comfort Begins Treating Patients in New York City; Italy Extends National Lockdown Until April 13. Aired 4-4:30a ET
• Parts of Europe Make Public Mask Use Mandatory; W.H.O. CDC Recommend Wearing Masks Only If Sick; Online Tutorial Show How to Make Your Own Face Mask; European Governments Looking into Virus Tracing App; Backlog of 160,000 Tests in Just One Lab; Olympian Releases Song for Disappointed Athletes. Aired 4:30-5a ET
• WHO: COVID-19 Soon to Hit 1 Million Cases; Almost 90 Percent of Americans Facing Stay-at-Home Orders; Australian PM: We Are Slowing the Spread; Florida Governor Issues Stay-At-Home Order amid Pressure; UAE: Our COVID-19 Testing "Eclipses" Western Powers; E.U.: Emergency Measures Must Not Last Indefinitely; Coronavirus Testing Backlogged in U.S.; Trump Administration Blames China for Delayed Virus Response; Analysts: U.S. Unemployment May Top Five Million; U.S. Sailors Evacuated from Battleship Hit by Coronavirus; Israel's Ultra- Orthodox Jews Ignoring Anti-Virus Measures; Panama Imposes Stay-at- Home Rules by Gender. Aired 12-1a ET
• Experts Tell White House Virus Can Spread Through Talking, Breathing; Florida Official Says, Deal Reached For Virus-Stricken Ships To Dock; Nearly 96 Percent Of Americans Told To Stay Home As Death Toll Tops 5,000. Aired 10-10:30a ET
• WHO: COVID-19 Soon to Hit 1 Million Cases; Nearly All Americans Facing Stay-at-Home Orders; Spain in a Phase of Stabilization; E.U.: Emergency Measures Must Not Last Indefinitely; UAE: Our COVID-19 Testing "Eclipses" Western Powers; U.S. Nurse Couldn't Get Tested, Worked While Infected; Italy Extends National Lockdown Until At Least April 13; India Is One Week Into The World's Largest Lockdown. Aired 2-3a ET
• Coronavirus-Stricken Cruise Ships Set to Arrive Off Florida Coast; Florida Governor Issues Statewide Stay-at-Home Order After Intense Pressure; Ninety Percent of Americans Told to Stay Home as Death Toll Tops 5,000; Record 6.6 Million Americans Filed Jobless Claims Last Week; Dire Need for Medical Supplies in New York Continues. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• Grief In America Swells As Coronavirus Deaths Top 5,000; Veterans' Nursing Home Under Probe For Coronavirus Cluster. Aired 1- 1:30p ET
• Assessing Asian Coronavirus Responses Months Later; New York's Additional Medical Capacity is Ready; Interview with Coca-Cola CEO James Quincey. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• How Contagious Is Coronavirus?; Record 6.6 Million File For Unemployment. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• Largest U.S. Health Care Lab Tackles Backlog of 160,000 Tests; 12 States have not Ordered Residents to Stay Home; State Department Tracking 24,000 Americans who may be Stranded Abroad; FDA Authorizes First Coronavirus Antibody Test; Experts Tell White House Virus can Spread through Talking and Breathing; Dr. Fauci Forced to Beef Up Security as Death Threats Grow. Aired 9:30-10a ET
• Cruise Ships Stuck at Sea; Captain Tells Passengers on Cruise Ship with Coronavirus Cases to Prepare to Disembark in Florida; Russia Sends Plane Full of Supplies of Protective Gear, Ventilators to The U.S.; Lupus Patients Concerned with Shortage Now of Hydroxychloroquine. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• Experts Say Virus May Spread Easier than Described by Talking or Breathing; Los Angeles Mayor Garcetti Urges Residents to Wear Masks When in Public; NYC Mayor De Blasio Pleads for Medical Supplies as Cases Surge; Dr. Jan Zislis Discusses Battle in Connecticut to Maintain Medical Supplies; Record 6.6 Million Americans File for Unemployment. Aired 11-11:30a ET
• Democratic National Convention Delayed Due To Pandemic; NY Testing Malaria Drug As Possible Virus Treatment; Kraft Family Used Patriots' Team Plane To Fly Masks In From China. Aired 12:30-1p ET
• Medical Shortages Worsen at Hospitals; New Reports that Coronavirus May Transmit Through Breathing; Interview with FDNY Paramedic with Coronavirus. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• Standoff Between Ships & Florida Governor; Florida Governor Faces Criticism for Delaying Stay-at-Home Order; National Stockpile of N-95 Masks & Ventilators Being Depleted; NY Governor Cuomo Gives Update on Coronavirus Response. Aired 11:30a-12p ET
• New York Governor Andrew Cuomo Gives Update On Coronavirus Response; CNN's Chris Cuomo Quarantined At Home With Coronavirus; New York Governor Andrew Cuomo: Number Of People Discharged From Hospital Is Way Up; New York Governor Andrew Cuomo: 1,157 New Patients Hospitalized In Last 24 Hours; Experts Tell White House Virus Can Spread Through Talking, Breathing. Aired 12-12:30p ET
• Update on Coronavirus from Around the Country; Louisiana "Warning": Rise in Cases and Deaths after Test Logjam; Record 6.6 Million Americans File for Unemployment; Pelosi Is Talking a Phase Four Stimulus But Some Republicans Recommend Waiting; Dr. LaMont Smith Discusses a Cluster of Virus Cases "Hitting Like a Bomb" Following 2 Funerals in Albany, GA; Texas Lawmakers Has Blunt Message to Spring Breakers: "Quit Being an Ass". Aired 1:30-2p ET
• Toronto Mayor John Tory Discusses Banning All Public Events Until End of June; Agreement Reach for Passengers to Disembark from Cruise Ships off Florida's Coast; Rep. Chrissy Houlahan (D-PA), and Brother, Jason, Who's a Surgical Nurse, Discuss Need for Rural Communities to Act Now against Virus and Trump Blaming States for Not Being Prepared. Aired 2:30-3p ET


April 01, 2020
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• Trump Warns of "Very Painful" Two Weeks Ahead; Cruise Ship off Florida Reports at least Four Deaths; Illinois Governor: White House Sent the Wrong Masks; Inside Look at Spain's Makeshift Hospital; U.S. Hospital Revamped for COVID-19 Patients; Popup Hospital with 4,000 Beds to Open in London; White House Weighs Asking People to Wear Masks; Designers, Seamstresses Try to Fill Shortage of Masks; India Quarantines Members of Delhi Religious Gathering; South Africa Begins Three-Week Lockdown; China Prepares for Influx of Imported Cases; Roma Football Club Helping Out Elderly Fans. Aired 12-1a ET
• U.S. Braces for More COVID Casualties; Local Leaders and Healthcare Workers Pleas for More Supplies; Homeless People Forced to Stay in Tents; Mass Testing is a Must; Coronavirus Pandemic; President Trump Warns Of Very Painful Two Weeks Ahead; 13-Year-Old Boy Becomes The United Kingdom's Youngest Victim; Pop-Up Hospital With 4,000 Beds To Open In London; Renowned Neurosurgeon James Goodrich Dies From Covid-19; U.S. Seniors Isolated As Many Nursing Homes Ban Visitors; AS Roma Football Club Helping Out Elderly Fans; Striking The Right Record; A health expert from London shares the idea that a massive testing much be done in every country in the world and separate the infected people from non-infected because it is the only way that this virus could be eradicated. And unless it's been done, the economy will continue to cripple and millions more will sacrifice their lives. Aired 3-4a ET
• Nearly 185,500 Cases and 3,800+ Deaths in U.S.; U.S. Health Expert Says the Peak is Over Next Two Weeks; Hospitals Overwhelmed by Surge in Patients; Cruise Ship Off Florida Reports at Least 4 Deaths; Seattle Hospital Revamped for COVID-19 Patients; Pentagon Says It Still Has Not Sent Out Ventilators; U.S. Navy Aircraft Carrier Hit with Outbreak; Futures Fall After Dow's Worst First Quarter in History. Aired 4-4:30a ET
• 70 Sailors On U.S. Navy Ship Test Positive For COVID-19; South Africa Begins Three-Week Lockdown; Pop-Up Hospital With 4,000 Beds To Open In London. Aired 5:30-6a ET
• Rare Look Inside ICU Battling Coronavirus; WHO Warns World That Crisis is Far From Over; Financial Toll Growing Amid Pandemic. Aired 5-5:30a ET
• U.S. Seniors Isolated as many Nursing Homes Ban Visitors; Britain Scrambles to Contain Virus Spread; Spain's Health Ministry Says 849 More Deaths in 24 Hours; China to Start Reporting Asymptomatic Cases; Company Begins Antibody Testing in Colorado. Aired 4:30-5a ET
• Italy Reporting More Than 77,600 Active Cases; U.S. Hospitals Revamped For COVID-19 Patients; China Prepares For Influx Of Imported Cases; Trump Warns of "Very Painful" Two Weeks Ahead; Cruise Ship off Florida Reports at least Four Deaths; Illinois Governor: White House Sent the Wrong Masks; Inside Look at Spain's Makeshift Hospital; Countries Crack Down on Those Violating Lockdown; South Africa Reporting Nearly 1,400 Cases and Five Deaths. Aired 2-3a ET
• U.S. Death Toll from Virus Almost Doubles in Last 3 Days; Florida Governor Under Pressure to Issue Statewide Shutdown; Dr. Marissa Levine Discusses Florida Governor Not Issuing Shutdown Orders; Dr. Jason Shatkin Discusses How Health Care Workers Are Overwhelmed and How What He's Seen Has Changed Him; Small Businesses Under Pressure as Bills Come Due. Aired 11-11:30a ET
• Detroit Doctor says Michigan Hospitals Overwhelmed; Payments Due as Millions Are Out of Work; Nurse Struggles to get Coronavirus Test; Schools Scramble to Help Students. Aired 9:30-10a ET
• Florida Governor Issues Stay-At-Home Order; Health Care Workers At Risk; Trump Administration Projects At Least 100,000 Americans Will Die From Coronavirus. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• Small Businesses Under Pressure as Bills Come Due; Louisiana to Extend Stay-at-Home Order Until April 30th; Interview with Vice President Mike Pence. Aired 11:30a-12p ET
• Seattle Hospitals Prepare Additional ICU Space; Interview with Oklahoma Medical Worker; Private Companies Working to Repair Broken Ventilators. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• Florida Governor Issues Statewide Stay at Home Order After Pressure; New York ER Doctor Says Treating Coronavirus Patients Hardest Time of Her Career; Landlords Brace for Flood of Renters Who Cannot Pay; U.S. Reviews Guidance of Face Masks as Countries in Asia Encourage Use. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• New York Governor Cuomo Gives Update on Coronavirus Response; Cuomo: 391 People Have Died in State in Past 24 Hours. Aired 12:30-1p ET
• Interview with House Speaker Nancy Pelosi; Mayor Mary Castor (D-Tampa) Discusses Florida Governor Finally Issuing Statewide Stay- at-Home & Local Pastor Arrested for Defying Social-Distancing Order; A Look at Urgent Need for Medical Supplies & Equipment Around the Country; Jeffrey Helmreich Discusses His Father Who Walked Nearly Every NYC Block & Died from Coronavirus; Scientist Kevin Kit Parker Discusses Using 3-D Printed Swabs Amid Hospital Shortages. Aired 1:30- 2p ET
• Trump Warns Of Very Tough Two Weeks Ahead; Louisiana Governor To Extend Stay-At-Home Order Through April 30; Washington State Sees Spike In New Cases, Ranks Fifth In U.S Deaths. Aired 10-10:30a ET
• Some States Still Resisting Stay-At-Home Orders; Wolf Blitzer Goes One-On-One With Vice President Mike Pence On Coronavirus Response; Vice President Mike Pence: We Think Italy Is Closest Comparison For U.S. Projection; New York Governor Andrew Cuomo Gives Update On Coronavirus Response; Gov. Cuomo: 391 People Have Died In State In Past 24 Hours. Aired 12-12:30p ET
• New York Governor Says, 391 People Have Died In State In Past 24 Hours; Rep. Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) On Phase 4 Coronavirus Aid Package. Aired 1-1:30p ET
• Harvard's Dr. Dan Barouch Discusses U.S. Government, Johnson & Johnson Investing Billions To Produce & Test Vaccine He Helped Develop; David Spillers, Huntsville Hospital Systems CEO, Discusses Putting Testing On Hold & Closing Drive-Thru Testing Site Due To Inability To Get Needed Supplies; A Look At How Governments Around The World Are Cracking Down; Former NBA Player, Stephon Marbury, Discusses Working With Supplier To Deliver Masks To New York; Dr. Fauci Opens Up To Sanjay Gupta On Coping. Aired 2:30-3p ET
• New York Hospitals Closer to Breaking Point as Cases Surge; Florida Governor Under Pressure to Issue Statewide Shutdown; White House Projects 100,000 to 240,000 Americans Could Die. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• Florida Institutes Statewide Stay At Home Orders. New York Governor Andrew Cuomo is Taking A New Stop To Force Social Distancing by Closing Public Playgrounds; After Weeks Of Direction That Most Of The Public Should Not Wear Masks, That Guidance Could Soon Change. Aired 2-2:30p ET


March 31, 2020
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• War Zone Scene in New York Hospitals; President Trump Extends the Stay-at-Home Order; Indian Migrant Workers Sprayed with Disinfectant; Britain to Brace for the Next Wave; Coronavirus Pandemic; India's Government Pledges $23 Billion In Stimulus Package; Coronavirus Kills Entire Family; European Union Bands Together To Help Hardest-Hit Countries; Sweden Takes Own Approach To Combat Outbreak; Dubai Expo 2020 Likely To Be Postponed; President Trump And President Putin Discuss Oil Amid Price Crunch; Macy's, Kohl's, And Gap Furlough Thousands Of Employees; U.S. Stocks Tracking Worst Quarter Since 1987; Horse Racing Continues In Hong Kong Despite Coronavirus; The Heroes Next Door. Aired 3-4a ET
• States Racing To Build Field Hospitals For Patient Surge; Spain Now Has More Cases Of Coronavirus Than China; U.K. Bracing For Peak Of Coronavirus Outbreak. Aired 5:30-6a ET
• U.S. Records Deadliest Day; Top U.S. Doctor: Staying in Place Can Save Millions; 1 Ventilator, Multiple Patients. Aired 4-4:30a ET
• Hundreds Of Medical Workers Sick, Hospitals Fight Supply Shortages; New Orleans Sees Jump In COVID-19 Cases; Renowned Pediatric Neurosurgeon Dies From Coronavirus. Aired 10-10:30a ET
• Small Business Owners Worry Stimulus Funds Not Enough; Czech Republic Makes Masks Mandatory n Public Spaces. Aired 4:30-5a ET
• Inside New York Hospital on the Front Line of Outbreak; Louisiana Struggles to Enforce Social Distancing; Coronavirus Pandemic Taking a Toll on People's Financial Lives. Aired 5-5:30a ET
• Doctors In U.K. Prepare For Outbreak Peak; Dubai Expo 2020 Likely To Be Postponed; Staying Mentally Healthy During Social Distancing; U.S. Trails Other Countries in Per Capita Coronavirus Testing; Up to 200K Could Die from Virus in U.S.; Louisiana Struggles to Enforce Social Distancing; Doctors Modify Ventilators to Double Patient Coverage. Aired 2-3a ET
• U.S. Death Toll Surpasses 3,000 After Deadliest Day; Three Out of Four Americans Under Stay-at-Home Orders; Chicago Turns Convention Center into Field Hospital; Tent Hospital in New York City's Central Park to Begin Accepting Patients; Detroit Emerges as New Hot Spot as Michigan Cases Surge; Coronavirus Cases Soar in New Orleans. Aired 9- 9:30a ET
• Staying Mentally Healthy During Social Distancing; Inside New York Hospital on the Front Lines of Outbreak; Sweden Takes Own Approach to Combat Outbreak; U.S. Trails Other Countries in Per Capita Coronavirus Testing; More States Restrict Travel as Virus Spreads; Union Members Refusing to Work at Makeshift Hospital; White House: Up to 200K Could Die from Virus in U.S.; Movement of Indian Migrant Workers Causes Concern; E.U. Countries Divided over Virus Response. Aired 12-1a ET
• New Orleans Preparing; Coronavirus Cases Growing in United States; Interview With Former Vice President Joe Biden. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• Chicago Turns Convention Center into Hospital; Florida Denies Cruise Ship Docking; Atlanta May Near Hospital Capacity by May 3; Healthcare Workers Voice Fear and Frustration; Hundreds of Medical Workers Sick and Hospitals Fight Shortages; Economy Braces for Devastating Week. Aired 9:30-10a ET
• James Goodrich Dies of Coronavirus; Interview with Nurses on Coronavirus Frontlines; Interview with Los Angeles County Department of Public Health Director. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• Cruise Ship With Dozens of Sick Passengers Begs Florida to Allow It to Dock; Walmart Will Start Taking Worker's Temperatures; Interview with Joe Biden, Democratic Presidential Candidate on Trump's Handling of The Coronavirus Crisis; Biden Says Trump Should Stop Misleading the American People; Biden Says Trump Was Slow to Act; Nurse Starts Program to Spread Positivity Called Hope Huddles; Dr. Fauci Warns Second Virus Wave May Come in the Fall. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• Louisiana Coronavirus Cases Surge Past 4,000; CNN Analysis: NY's Rate of Increase in New Cases Appears to be Slowing; CDC Considers Everyday Americans Wear Masks; Montana Governor Says Needs More Tests as Trump Says Sees No Problem with Tests; Consumer Confidence Plunges as Coronavirus Cases Soar; Chefs' Warehouse CEO, Chris Pappas, Discusses Adapting, Branching Out to Supply Food & to Help Employees. Aired 11-11:30a ET
• Seattle Public Schools Superintendent, Denise Juneau, Discusses School Closures & Remote Learning; NY Governor Cuomo Gives Update on Coronavirus Response; CNN's Chris Cuomo Diagnosed with Coronavirus. Aired 11:30a-12p ET
• CNN's Chris Cuomo Diagnosed With Coronavirus; Anchor Chris Cuomo Says He Is Feeling Well And Will Continue To Work From Home; New York Governor Andrew Cuomo Gives Updates On Coronavirus Response, Says Forcing The States To Compete For Supplies Doesn't Make Sense; New York Governor Andrew Cuomo: We Have Ordered Thousands Of Ventilators From China. Aired 12-12:30p ET
• U.S Death Toll Surpasses 3,000 After Deadliest Day; Trump To Formally Unveil New Distancing Guidelines Based On Models; E.R. Nurse Says, Health Care Workers Are All On Edge. Aired 1-1:30p ET
• Update On Coronavirus Hotspots Emerging Around U.S.; Dr. Prateek Harne Discusses Being In A Battle Against Coronavirus And Being Scared; CNN Inside A Field Hospital In Hardest-Hit City Of Madrid; Pittsburgh Food Bank CEO & President, Lisa Scales, Discusses Food Banks Struggling As Demand Explodes Amid Layoffs. Aired 1:30-2p ET
• Louisiana Governor: New Orleans To Run Out Of Ventilators In Six days; Update On Coronavirus Response From Around The World; Goldman Sachs: U.S. GDP To Fall 34 Percent In Second Quarter; Cruise Ships Heading To Florida Still In Limbo. Aired 2:30-3p ET
• U.S. Death Toll From Coronavirus Surpasses 3,500 Deadliest Day; Coronavirus Taskforce Debating Whether To Advise Americans To Wear Masks; G.O.P. Governors Rebuke Trump's Claim On Testing Saying They Need More. Aired 2-2:30p ET


March 30, 2020
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• Coronavirus Pandemic, At Least 139,700 Plus Cases, 2,400 Plus Deaths In United States; New York Governor Pays Homage To First Responders Lost To Virus; New York Takes Extra Measures To Fight Virus; Hospital Ship USNS Comfort To Arrive In New York; President Trump, Air Bridge To Get Medical Supplies To New York; Trump Says Hospitals Are Hoarding Supplies; Videos From Health Workers Reveal Dreadful Conditions; Medical Personnel Pleading For More Supplies; Detroit, Chicago, And New Orleans Becoming New Hot Spots; Louisiana Cases Climbing As Supplies Diminish; California Closes Vehicle Access To All State Parks; FDA Authorizes Emergency Use Of Anti-Malarial Drugs; Italy Now Has At Least 10,779 Covid-19 Deaths; Europe Struggles With Coronavirus; Arkansas Doctor Greets Son Through Glass Window. Aired 4-4:30a ET
• President Trump Extends Social Distancing Guidelines Until April 30th; New York Remains the Hardest-Hit State in the United States; California Closes Vehicle Access to All State Parks; U.S. Navy Hospital Ship Accepts the First non-COVID-19 Patients; EasyJet Grounds its Entire Fleet of Planes; Steve Mnuchin Says Stimulus Checks Could be Coming in Three Weeks; Impact on Jobs, Corporate Earnings an Ongoing Concern; New York Nightlife Shuts Down, Workers Need Help; Atlanta Salutes Medical Professionals; New Images Show Air Pollution Down Across Europe; Parrot's Social Distancing Message: "Don't Go Out;" More Lives to Lose; Doctors Voice Out Concerns on Supplies; Italy Set Another Record on Casualties; P.M. Johnson's Administration Criticized Amid Crisis. Aired 3-4a ET
• Europe Struggles As Number of Coronavirus Deaths Rise; Coronavirus Outbreak Takes A Growing Toll On First Responders In The U.S. Aired 5:30-6a ET
• Coronavirus Pandemic, Donald Trump, Wish We Could Have Our Old Life Back; U.S. Stock Futures Are Down; Impact On Jobs, Corporate Earnings An Ongoing Concern; Amazon Workers To Stage A Walkout Monday; U.S. Justice Department Reviews Stock Trades By Lawmakers After Coronavirus Briefings; Baby Born Prematurely March 10 Is In NICU In Atlanta; Country Singer Joe Diffie Dies Of Complications From Coronavirus; Japanese Comedian Ken Shimura Dies After Contracting Virus; 55 Million U.S. Students Affected By Closures; Protective Mask Shortage Solved With Snorkeling Masks; Food Takeout And Delivery Safe. Aired 4:30-5a ET
• Japanese Comedian Ken Shimura Dies Of Virus; U.K. Government Faces Criticism For Handling Of Crisis; 14-Day Cessation Of Movement Announced In Nigeria; President Trump Change Tune on Social Distancing; COVID-19 Kills Even Men in Uniform; Resourceful Priest Makes Way to Held a Mass; Migrant Workers Walk Thousands of Miles. Aired 2-3a ET
• COVID-19 Cases in the U.S. Rise to 139,700 with 2,400 Deaths; New York Governor Pays Homage to First Responders Lost to Coronavirus; Videos from Health Workers in New York Reveal Dreadful Working Conditions. Aired 5-5:30a ET
• Trump Extends Social Distancing Guidelines Until April 30; FDA Approves Emergency Use Of Anti-Malarial Drugs For Virus; Hot Spots Emerging Across U.S. As Cases Surge. Aired 10-10:30a ET
• New Orleans Emerges One of Coronavirus Hotspots in the U.S.; New Jersey Cases Surge Past 13,000; CDC Issues Travel Advisory to New York, New Jersey and Connecticut; Field Hospital Built in New York City's Central Park; New York Hospital Workers on Frontlines of "Medical War Zone." Aired 9-9:30a ET
• Interview with Mayor of San Diego Kevin Faulconer (R); Live Coverage as USNS Comfort Docks in New York City; Amazon and Instacart Workers Strike Today. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• Family Says Goodbye to Mother Over FaceTime; FDA Authorizes 15- Minute Coronavirus Test. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• New York First Responders Struggle to Keep Up; Prioritizing Patients in the U.K.; Long-Term Effects of Distance Learning. Aired 9:30-10a ET
• Family Says Goodbye to Mother Dying of Coronavirus; Detroit Braces to Be Next Hotspot for Virus; Louisiana Officials Fearful Outbreak Will Strain Hospitals; San Francisco Was First City with Strict Restrictions But Did It Help Slow Virus?; Navy Ship Starts Treating Non-Coronavirus Patients to Free Up Hospitals. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• Trump Suggests Hospitals Exaggerating Supply Shortages; Dr. Birx: Rural Areas Need To Prepare As Much As Cities; Need For 'Remote Learning' Exposes America's Digital Divide. Aired 12:30-1p ET
• Trump Extends Social Distancing Guidelines Through April, Administration Says 100,000 in U.S. May Die; Trump Lashes Out at Critics, Including Speaker Pelosi; New York Hospital Workers on Frontlines of "Medical War Zone"; Dr. Jonathan Gelber Discusses Lessons Learned on Efforts to Flatten the Curve. Aired 11-11:30a ET
• Some Amazon, Instacart Workers To Strike Citing Unsafe Conditions; Mayor Patrick Payton (R), Midland Discusses Coronavirus Outbreak Compounding Misery After Low Global Oil Prices Hit City's Economy; U.K. Facing Up To Six Months In Lockdown; NY Mayor de Blasio Welcomes "USNS Comfort" & Speaks On Coronavirus Response; State Rep. David Bowen (D-WI) Discusses Over 1,100 Cases In Wisconsin, 13 Dead, & African-American Community Hit Hard. Aired 11:30a-12p ET
• President Donald Trump Extends Social Distancing Guidelines Through April; Louisiana Lieutenant Governor: We Will Run Out Ventilators This Week; Experts Warn Detroit Trajectory Could Be Similar To New York; Former NFL Player Dr. Myron Rolle On Front Lines Of Pandemic; Dr. Deborah Birx: Federal, State And Local Governments Share Responsibility. Aired 12-12:30p ET
• U.S Coronavirus Deaths Near 2,500, Almost Half In New York; CNN Goes Inside A New York City Hospital That's Now A Medical War Zone; Gov. Andrew Cuomo (D-NY) Holds News Conference As Deaths Rise. Aired 1-1:30p ET
• NY Governor Cuomo Gives Update On Coronavirus Response; Cuomo Responds To Trump Questioning Need For Equipment, Saying Maybe It's Going Out Backdoor. Aired 1:30-2p ET
• Updates On Coronavirus From Around The World; Cardiologist, Dr. Heval Kelli, Discusses CDC Guidelines Allowing Doctors Asymptomatic, If Not Showing Symptoms, Allowed To Work; Updates On Coronavirus Across The U.S.; Florida Governor Rejecting Cruise Ship Headed There After Four Deaths Onboard; New York State Funeral Directors Association President, Mike Lanotte, Discusses Funerals Being Held With Only Immediate Family Members & Need For Protective Equipment. Aired 2:30-3p ET
• Field Hospital Set Up in New York Central Park; Experimental Treatment Uses Blood Plasma From Survivors. Aired 2-2:30p ET


March 29, 2020
• Trump Backing Off Putting Parts of New York, New Jersey and Connecticut under Quarantine; Navy Hospital Ships Won't Treat Coronavirus; Health Care Workers on the Front Lines; U.K. Expanding Medical Capacity; U.K. Couple Feed NHS Workers; Spanish Official Says Country Approaching Peak. Aired 3-4a ET
• Travel Advisory for New York, New Jersey and Connecticut; Global Death Toll Surpasses 30K; COVID-19 Claims More than 10K in Italy; U.K. Expanding Medical Capacity; French Prime Minister: Next Two Weeks Will Be the Toughest; Navy Hospital Ships Won't Treat Coronavirus; Australia Limits Gatherings to Two People; Japanese Prime Minister: Country on Verge of National Emergency; Singapore over 800 Confirmed Cases; China Resuming Mass Transit in Wuhan. Aired 4-5a ET
• Travel Advisory For New York, New Jersey And Connecticut; Navy Hospital Ships Won't Treat Coronavirus; COVID-19 Claims More Than 10K In Italy; French Prime Minister: Next Two Weeks Will Be The Toughest; U.K. Expanding Medical Capacity; Spanish Official Says Country Approaching Peak; Australia Limits Gatherings To Two People; Irish Survivor Describes Illness; Infection Threat Changes U.S. Daily Life. Aired 5-6a ET
• White House Task Force Gets Proposed Guidelines On Reducing Restrictions; Coronavirus Pandemic; Interview With Rep. Raja Krishnamoorthi (D-IL); Third Member Of NYPD Dies, Hundreds More Test Positive; In Maryland, 66 Nursing Home Patients Test Positive For Coronavirus, One Dead; U.S Cities Scramble To Help Homeless Amid Coronavirus Outbreak; U.K Official Says, Lockdown Could Last Significant Period. Aired 2-3p ET
• Dr. Fauci Says U.S. Could See Millions Of Coronavirus Cases And 100,000 Or More Deaths; New York Racetrack To Become Temporary Hospital Site; Private Plane Crashes Carrying Coronavirus Patient To Japan. Aired 3-4p ET
• Trump Extends Federal Social Distancing Guidelines Through April 30th; Hard-Hit New York Hospital Struggles with Overcrowding and Shortages. Aired 8-9p ET
• President Donald Trump Makes An Apparent About Face On A Quarantine In Three Northeastern States; England Scrambling For Hospital Beds As Spanish Authorities Issue New Lockdown Measures; Love In The Time Of Coronavirus. Aired 2-3a ET
• Trump Extends Federal Social Distancing Guidelines Through April 30th; Hard-Hit New York Hospital Struggles with Overcrowding and Shortages. Aired 9-10p ET


March 28, 2020
• U.S. Leads World in Cases as Death Toll Jumps; Infection Strikes Highest Levels of U.K. Government; China Bans Most Foreign Visitors; Scenes of Kindness and Hope amid Outbreak. Aired 3-3:30a ET
• U.S. Leads World in Cases as Death Toll Jumps; Officials Try to Counter Trump's Misstatements on Coronavirus; Infection Strikes Highest Levels of U.K. Government; Spain in "War" to Buy Medical Supplies; Louisiana Plans for Onslaught of Patients; Passenger Describes Ship Isolation; Italy Reports Nearly 1,000 Deaths, 4K+ New Cases on Friday; India Reports Biggest Single-Day Jump in Cases; New Yorkers Thank Essential Workers; Caring for Loved Ones with COVID-19. Aired 4-5a ET
• FDA Approves New Coronavirus Test; Hospitals in New York Face Strain on Resources Due to Coronavirus Spread; President Trump Invokes Defense Production Act to Order General Motors to Produce Ventilators; President Trump to See Off Navy Hospital Ship USNS Comfort as It Heads for New York City; President Trump Signs Economic Stimulus Bill; Rep. Ben Ray Lujan (D-NM) Interviewed on Possibility of Second Economic Stimulus Package as Coronavirus Pandemic Continues; Medical Supplies Run Low as Number of Coronavirus Patients Increases across U.S.; Restaurant in New Orleans Providing Meals to Health Care Workers. Aired 10-11a ET
• U.S. Leads World in Cases as Death Toll Jumps; Medical Workers Face Virus without Proper Gear; Democratic Contenders Weigh in on the Epidemic; Infection Strikes Highest Levels of U.K. Government; Spain in "War" to Buy Medical Supplies; Closures, Layoffs Take Heavy Toll on U.S. Workers; Italy Reports Nearly 1,000 Deaths, 4K+ New Cases on Friday; India Reports Biggest Single-Day Jump in Cases; Japan Records 100+ New Cases in a Single Day; Scenes of Kindness and Hope amid Outbreak. Aired 5-6a ET
• President Trump Mentions Possible Quarantine for New York, New Jersey, and Connecticut; New York Governor Andrew Cuomo States President Trump Did Not Discuss Possible Quarantine with Him; Seattle Mayor Jenny Durkan Interviewed on Turning Football Field into Military Hospital; San Francisco Mayor London Breed Interviewed on San Francisco Hospital Bracing for Coronavirus Outbreak; FDA Approves New Coronavirus Test; Italy Experiencing Continued High Death Toll from Coronavirus; President Trump Sees Off Navy Hospital Ship USNS Comfort as It Heads for New York City; U.S. Surgeon General Says Detroit, Chicago, and New Orleans Now Hot Spots in Coronavirus Pandemic; Former Senator Tom Coburn Passes Away; Civil Right Leader Joseph Lowery Passes Away. Aired 2-3p ET
• U.S. Death Toll Tops 1,500, Now Over 102,000-Plus Cases; Doctors, Nurses Reusing Protective Gear Amid Crisis; New Orleans Emerges As Coronavirus Hotspot; USNS Comfort Heading To New York City; Italy Surpasses China In Number Of Both Cases And Deaths; U.K. Prime Minister, Health Secretary Both Have Coronavirus; Congress Passes Historic $2 Trillion Aid Package; Health Care Heroes Honored Around The Globe. Aired 11a-12p ET
• First NYPD Detective Dies From Coronavirus; New York Governor Andrew Cuomo Holds Briefing On Coronavirus Response; New York Governor Andrew Cuomo: State May Be 21 Days Away From Hitting The Peak, Trump Approved Four New Sites For Medical Facilities. Aired 12-1p ET
• NY Cases Surge To 45,000-Plus, More Than 26,000 In NYC; Hospitals Struggling As U.S. Tops Coronavirus Cases Globally; Massachusetts Reports 35 Coronavirus Deaths, 800-Plus New Cases; Sen. Rick Scott (R-FL) Is Interviewed About How He Feels After 14-Day Self- Quarantine; NY Governor Says Some Hospitals Shifting To Only Coronavirus Treatment; Clinical Psychologist, Dr. Jeff Gardere, Discusses How To Deal With Stress During Crisis; Trump Signing Economic Relief Package Overshadowed By Newspapers' Grim Coronavirus News. Aired 1-2p ET
• Trump Considering Short-Term Quarantine Of Parts Of New York, New Jersey And Connecticut; Surgeon General Says, New Orleans Emerges As Virus Hot Spot; Faces Of Unemployment Amid The Coronavirus Pandemic; Trump Signs Historic $2 Trillion Economic Stimulus Bill; "Apocalyptic" Scenes From Inside A New York Hospital; Dr. Anne Rimoin Answers Viewers' Coronavirus Questions; "CNN Heroes" Making A Difference Amid Crisis. Aired 3-4p ET
• Trump Considering Short-Term Quarantine Of Parts Of New York, New Jersey & Connecticut; Trump Opens Door To Calling Up Former Servicemembers; Fifty-One Doctors In Italy Die From Coronavirus; Dr. Russell Weg Discusses His Doctor Father Contracting Coronavirus; Dr. Glenn Budnick Discusses First Infant Death Of Coronavirus In Illinois & How To Protect Children. Aired 4-5p ET
• Trump Considering Tri-State Quarantine; First U.S. Infant Death From Coronavirus; Supply Crisis For Hospitals Fighting Coronavirus; Interview With New York Governor Andrew Cuomo; Breaking Down The Coronavirus Emergency Stimulus Package. Aired 5-6p ET
• U.S. Is First Country To Report 113,000 Plus Coronavirus Cases; Sudden Announcement From President Trump That He Is Considering A Quarantine Of Parts Of New York, Connecticut And New Jersey. Aired 6- 7p ET


March 27, 2020
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• Louisiana Emerges As Potential New COVID-19 Hotspot; Doctors Describe "Apocalyptic" Scenes At New York Hospital; Doctors Search For Safe, Effective COVID-19 Drugs. Aired 5:30-6a ET
• No One Agrees with President Trump's Easing of Rules; U.S. Now Ranks the Top in COVID Cases; China Bans Foreigners from Coming in; Death Toll in Spain Doubled; Young People in France Hit by the Virus; Asia Markets Improve After Wall Street Gains; Coronavirus Pandemic, U.S. House Expected To Vote On Relief Bill Friday; U.S. Unemployment Claims Skyrocket, Shatter Records; Record 3.3 Million Americans File For Unemployment; G20 Leaders Vow At Virtual Meeting To Overcome Covid-19; Emerging Markets Suffer Through Virus Outbreak; lack Of Global Coordination Hampers Response; U.S. House To Vote On $2 Trillion Stimulus Plan; South Africa Under Lockdown; Japan Olympics, The High Price Of Postponement. Aired 3-4a ET
• U.S. Cases Four Times Greater Per Capita Than China; Italy's Outbreak a Preview for America; China Banning Most Foreigners from Entering the Country; Asian Markets Rally after Dow Surges for Third Day; G-20 Leaders Meet Virtually, Commit to Overcoming COVID-19; Record 3.3. Million Americans File Unemployment Claims; Japan Braces for Economic Impact of Postponing Olympics; Hundreds of Trekkers Stranded in Nepal's Mountain Trails; Syrian Refugees Brace for Coronavirus 'Tsunami'. Aired 12-1a ET
• U.S. Takes Global Lead in Coronavirus Cases; Doctor Describes "Apocalyptic" Scene at NYC Hospital; Record U.S. Unemployment Claims. Aired 5-5:30a ET
• Trump Doubts Cuomo's Prediction NY Will Need 30,000 Ventilators; Coronavirus Hits New York Police Department; Citywide Curfew in Miami Goes into Effect Tonight; Dr. Andrew Artenstein Discusses Massive Surge of Coronavirus Cases in Massachusetts & Answers Viewers' Questions on Coronavirus; Family of 31-Year-Old Coronavirus Victim in Missouri Speaks to CNN. Aired 11-11:30a ET
• U.S. Surpasses China with Most Reported Cases; Hospitals Scrambling to Keep Medical Supplies Stocked; Louisiana Emerges as Potential New COVID-19 Hotspot; 3.3 Million Americans File for Unemployment Insurance; U.S. House to Vote on $2 Trillion Stimulus Soon. Aired 4-4:30a ET
• U.S. Military Aids in Coronavirus Response; U.S. Still Lags on Testing; Interview with President of Council on Foreign Relations Richard Haass. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• Detroit Emerging as Virus Hotspot; Factories Race to Make Masks; Health Care Heroes Honored. Aired 9:30-10a
• New Jersey Testing Sites Open for Firs Responders; NY Governor Cuomo Gives Update on Coronavirus Response. Aired 11:30a-12p ET
• U.S. Navy Mercy Hospital Ship Arrives In Los Angeles; MI Doctor: "Need To Build Alternative Care Sites"; Doctors Search For Safe, Effective Covid-19 Drugs. Aired 12:30-1p ET
• House Passes $2 Trillion Coronavirus Aid Bill; White House Options for Reopening States Not Finalized Yet; Trump Lashes Out at G.M. over Ventilator Production; City Councilman, Mark Levine, (D-NY), Discusses Getting Coronavirus Symptoms & Not Tested to Avoid Straining System; Hungry & Homeless Are Most Vulnerable Amid Outbreak, Including Military Families. Aired 1:30-2p ET
• U.S. Leads World in Confirmed Coronavirus Cases; Surgeon Generals Says New Orleans a Coronavirus Hotspot; Interview with Mayor Carlos Gimenez (R-FL) about Stay-at-Home Order; British Prime Minister Boris Johnson Tests Positive for Coronavirus; Trump to Unveil Distancing Guidelines Based on County Risk. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• U.S. Leads World In Confirmed Coronavirus Cases; WHO Urging Major Action From World Leaders; Army Prepares To Treat Non-COVID-19 Patients At Convention Center. Aired 10-10:30a ET
• New York Governor Andrew Cuomo: Looking For Possible Apex In 21 Days; New York Governor Andrew Cuomo: Curve Is Still Going Up, Hope To See Flattening Soon; Andrew Cuomo Responds To Trump: I Don't Operate Based On Opinions; President Donald Trump Lashes Out General Motors Over Ventilators. Aired 12-12:30p ET
• Surgeon General Says, Detroit, Chicago, New Orleans New Hotspots; U.S. Now Epicenter With Most Coronavirus Cases In World; Sen. Amy Klobuchar (D-MN) Speaks Out On Husband's Coronavirus Battle. Aired 1-1:30p ET
• A Look at Coronavirus Cases & Responses Around the World; E.R. Dr. Leana Wen Discusses British P.M. Testing Positive for Coronavirus, What Baltimore Can Expect as Virus Case Increases; New Jersey Testing Sites Open for First Responders; E.R. Dr. Rob Davidson Discusses Trump Attack Governor Whitmer (D-MI) After She Asked for Federal Emergency Declaration. Aired 2:30-3p ET
• U.S. Now The Epicenter With Most Coronavirus Cases In The World; Bill Gates Warns Entire U.S. Needs To Be Shut Down For Six To 10 Weeks; British Prime Minister And Minister Of Health Test Positive For Coronavirus. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• Is Italy's Outbreak a Preview for America?; Number of Dead in Spain Exceeds 4,000; Japan Braces for Economic Impact of Postponed Olympics; Doctors Describe Apocalyptic Scenes at New York Hospital; The World Pays Tribute to Health Care Workers. Aired 4:30-5a ET


March 26, 2020
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• President Trump Awaits to Sign the $2 Trillion Stimulus Bill; Spain's Death Toll Outpaced China; The Big Apple Turned into a Huge Hospital Zone; Russia's COVID Cases Raises Eyebrows. Aired 3-4a ET
• New York Remains Epicenter Of Coronavirus; U.K. Government Asks For Volunteers To Help Fight Coronavirus; Problems With Testing Hamper Response To Coronavirus Outbreak. Aired 5:30-6a ET
• U.S. Senate Approves $2 Trillion Stimulus Deal; Coronavirus Pandemic; Louisiana Getting Hit and Shutting Down; U.S. and China Escalate Blame Game over Outbreak; Financial Benefit in Package for Single Americans; Asian Markets Mixed after Wall Street Climbs Again; Number of Cases Across U.S. Rise, Peak Feared Weeks Away; Germany's Death Toll Remains Low as Cases Surge in Europe; Putin Urges Russians to Stay Home to Combat Virus; Prince Charles is Self-Isolation after Testing Positive; Keeping the Olympic Spirit Alive in the Face of Adversity. Aired 12-1a ET
• U.S. Death Toll Nears 1,000 After Deadliest Day; Senate Comes Together on Stimulus Bill; Why It's Taking Days for Coronavirus Test Results. Aired 5-5:30a ET
• Number Of Cases Across U.S. Rise, Peak Feared Weeks Away; U.S. And China Escalate Blame Game Over Outbreak; U.K. Government Asks For Volunteers To Help Fight Virus; Coronavirus Pandemic; Japan Reports Biggest One-Day Spike in Infections; U.S. Senate Approves $2 Trillion Stimulus Deal. Aired 2-3a ET
• Unresolved U.S. Problems Continue Abroad; Medical Knowledge About Coronavirus Increasing; $2 Trillion Stimulus Bill Passes Senate. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• Jobless Claims Released; Stopping the Hoarding of Possible Virus Treatment Drugs; Doctors Die of Coronavirus in Italy; Japan's Response to the Coronavirus; Two Boston Hospitals with Coronavirus Infected Employees. Aired 9:30-10a ET
• At Least 65,000 Cases, More than 900 Deaths in the U.S.; U.S. Senate Approves $2 Trillion Stimulus Package; Spain Overtakes China's COVID-19 Death Toll; Problems with Testing Hamper Response to Outbreak. Aired 4-4:30a ET
• What's in the $2 Trillion Stimulus Package for Average Americans; Virtual Learning Tests U.S. Higher Education System; Italy Reports Decline in New Cases for a Fourth Day; The New Normal in the City That Never Sleeps. Aired 4:30-5a ET
• Surge of Patients Start to Overwhelm U.S. Hospitals; U.S. Coronavirus Death Toll Nears 1,000; Cases of Coronavirus Surge Across U.S. Rise to More Than 65,000. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• Pelosi Speaks as Senate Passes Aid Bill, Sends to House; New York City Hospitals Overwhelmed by Coronavirus Patients; Weekly Jobless Claims at Whopping 3.28 Million; Fed Chair: "This is Not Typical Downturn"; Dr. Alexander Salerno Discusses Lack of Equipment & Test Kits Despite Trump Saying All Who Need Testing Are Being Tested. Aired 11-11:30a ET
• Dr. Alexander Salerno Discusses Lack of Equipment & Test Kits Despite Trump Saying All Who Need Testing Are Being Tested; NY Governor Cuomo Gives Update on Coronavirus Response. Aired 11:30a-12p ET
• NY GOV: Almost Any Realistic Scenario Will Overwhelm Hospitals; Weekly Jobless Claims Soar To All-Time High Of 3.28 Million; Spain Reports 56,000 Plus Known Cases And 4,000 Plus Deaths. Aired 12:30-1p ET
• New York Governor Andrew Cuomo: Almost Any Realistic Scenario Will Overwhelm Hospitals; United States Coronavirus Death Toll Tops 1,000; New York Governor Andrew Cuomo: Feds Did Not Address State's Needs In Aid Bill; New York Governor Andrew Cuomo Updates Coronavirus Response; New York Governor Andrew Cuomo: We Have Enough Protective Equipment For Immediate Need. Aired 12-12:30p ET
• Dire Alarm, People Are Dying As Hospitals Overwhelmed; U.S. Sees Deadliest Day Yet, Coronavirus Death Top 1,000; Los Angeles Mayor Warns City May Be Shut Down For Months. Aired 1-1:30p ET
• Coronavirus Cases Explode in Louisiana Following Mardi Gras; Trump's Trade Adviser, Peter Navarro, Discusses The Medical Supply Chain and Where Things Stand; Military Souse Gives Birth Isolated from Husband, Family. Aired 1:30-2p ET
• Record 3.3 Million Americans Filed Jobless Claims Last Week; U.S Coronavirus Death Toll Nears 1,000; New York City Becomes Epicenter Of Virus In U.S. Aired 10-10:30a ET
• U.S. Sees Deadliest Day Yet As Coronavirus Deaths Top 1,000; 3.3 Million File For Unemployment This Week. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• Yale's Dr. Steven Choi Discusses Trump's Idea to Restart Economy by Easter & Dr. Fauci Saying the Virus Will Set the Timeline; A Look at How the World is Fighting the Coronavirus Crisis; Miami Heat's Udonis Haslem Scolds Spring Breakers for Endangering People by Keeping Travel Plans; National Spokesperson for National Child Abuse Hotline, Rebecca Cooper, Discusses Impact of School Closings on Victims of Child Abuse. Aired 2:30-3p ET


March 25, 2020
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• WHO Warns the U.S. Could Be the Next Coronavirus Epicenter; Trump Wants an Easter Economy Reopening; Nearly Half the U.S. Under Stay-at-Home Orders; China Easing Travel Restrictions; Tokyo 2020 Postponed; Virus Threatens Health of Europe's Medical Personnel; Virus Killing More Men Than Women Worldwide; Asia Markets Rally on Stimulus Hopes; Trump Wants U.S. Economy Opened Up by Easter; Biden Says He Would Have Enacted Defense Production Act; Renewed Restrictions After Spike in Hong Kong Cases. Aired 12-1a ET
• Coronavirus Pandemic; U.S. Lawmakers Agree On $2 Trillion Stimulus Package; Italian Authorities Report More Than 6,800 Deaths; No New Cases In Codogno, Italy On Tuesday; Italy's Hospital Pushed To The Brink; Lifting The Lockdown In China; Hong Kong's Renewed Battle; Stimulus Package of $2 Trillion Now Approved; More Men Die from Virus Than Women; Asian Markets Eager to Recover Losses; Youth Not Exempted Anymore from the Virus. Aired 3-4a ET
• White House, Senate Reach Historic $2 Trillion Stimulus Deal; Nearly Half the U.S. Under Stay-at-Home Orders; U.S. Lawmakers Agree On $2 Trillion Stimulus Package; Japan And IOC Agree To Postpone 2020 Olympics; Israeli Police Enforcing Self-Isolation Orders. Aired 2-3a ET
• Senate, White House Strike Deal On $2 Trillion Stimulus Package; Trump Wants Country Opened Up By Easter As Crisis Deepens. Aired 10-10:30a ET
• U.S. Lawmakers Agree on Historic $2 Trillion Stimulus Deal; World Markets React to U.S. Stimulus Package; Trump Wants U.S. Economy Re-Opened By Easter; London Mayor Criticized Over Packed Tube Trains. Aired 4-4:30a ET
• Prince Charles Tests Positive for Coronavirus; Half of U.S. Population Under Stay-at-Home Orders; Senate, White House Strike Deal on $2 Trillion Stimulus Package; New York City Epicenter of U.S. Outbreak; Trump Pushes to Reopen U.S. Despite Health Experts' Warning; Senate, White House Strike Deal on $2 Trillion Stimulus Package. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• U.S. Lawmakers Agree on $2 Trillion Stimulus Package; China Lifting Travel Restrictions on Hubei Province; Japan & IOC Postpone Tokyo Summer Games Until 2021. Aired 4:30-5a ET
• NYC Continues as U.S. Epicenter of Coronavirus Outbreak; Over 200 NYPD Officers Test Positive for Coronavirus; Trump Wants Country Opened Up By Easter as Crisis Deepens; Senate Expected to Quickly Pass $2 Trillion Stimulus Package; NY Governor Cuomo Gives Update on Coronavirus Response. Aired 11-11:30a ET
• Rural Hospitals Face Additional Problems in Coronavirus Fight; Prince Charles Quarantining After Positive Coronavirus Results; Police Face Shortage as Infections Rise. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• Senate, WH Strike Deal On $2 Trillion Coronavirus Stimulus Package; WHO: U.S. Still Has Time To Avoid Being "Potential" Epicenter; Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand (D-NY) Is Interviewed About The Defense Protection Act. Aired 12:30-1p ET
• Stimulus Package Deal; Spain Overtakes China in Deaths; Russia Claims to have Control over Coronavirus; Starbucks Reopens in China; Deaths in Washington State Jump. Aired 9:30-10a
• NY Governor Cuomo Gives Update on Coronavirus Response. Aired 11:30a-12p ET
• Economics Professor, Gary Wagner, Discusses the Fastest-Growing Coronavirus Cases in Louisiana; Starbucks Reopens 95 Percent of Stores in China; E.R. Dr. Rob Davidson Discusses Importance of Turnaround Time on Testing & Why More Men Than Women Suffer from Coronavirus; New Challenges Being Faced Around the World Amid Coronavirus Outbreaks. Aired 1:30-2p ET
• New York Governor Andrew Cuomo: Senate Bill Won't Work For New York, Need More Money; New York Governor Andrew Cuomo: Our Cases Compared To Other States "Breathtaking"; Hospital System In New York Sees Tenfold Increase In Positive Patients; New York Governor Andrew Cuomo: Ventilators Biggest Critical Need As Peak Looms, Hospitalization Outpacing Predicted Numbers So Far. Aired 12-12:30p ET
• New York Governor: Evidence Suggests Social Distancing Working; Coronavirus Survivor: I Was Genuinely Bedridden For Eight Days; Governor Says, Louisiana Has Fastest Growth Rate Of Coronavirus In World. Aired 1-1:30p ET
• U.S. Asking Other Nations For Everything From Sanitizer To Ventilators; American Author, Margie Warrell, Discusses Husband In Hospital With Coronavirus In Singapore & How Virus Is Handled Abroad; Rep. Elissa Slotkin (D-MI) Discusses Jump In Michigan's Coronavirus Cases And Deaths, Concerns Over Treatment, Hospitals Nearing Their Limit. Aired 2:30-3p ET
• Governors And Doctors Dismiss Trump Goal To Reopen By Easter; Health Workers Grapple With Lack Of Supplies And Protocol Changes; Senate To Vote On Historic $2 Trillion Stimulus Package. Aired 2-2:30p ET


March 24, 2020
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• Coronavirus Pandemic Italy Reports 63,900 Plus Cases 6,000 Deaths; Spain Praises Healthcare Workers; Shortage Of Protective Gear Endangering Medical Workers; Coping With Stress In The Face Of A Crisis; Celebrities Push Social Distancing; Stay-at-Home Rule Saves Lives; President Trump Wants to get Rid of Social Distancing; Hubei Looking Forward to a Big Day; Analysts Predicts Global Recession. Aired 3-4a ET
• Trump Itching to Ease Social Distancing after 15 Days; U.K. Implements Stay-at-Home Order; U.S. Hospitals Facing Shortage of PPE; Governors in 16 U.S. States Issue Stay-at-Home Orders; Nurse Describes 'Battlefield' Inside U.S. Coronavirus Epicenter; 129 People Linked to Facility Test Positive, 29 Dead; Tokyo's Nikkei Surges at Tuesday's Opening; Virus Drives Layoff Fears at U.S. Restaurants and Bars; Trials Underway to Find a Treatment; Trials Underway to Find a Treatment; Outbreak Further Escalates China-U.S. Tensions. Aired 12-1a ET
• Governors in 16 U.S. States Issue Stay-at-Home Orders; U.K. Implements Stay-at-Home Order; Spain Expects Virus to Peak Perhaps This Week; Trump Hopes Malaria Drugs Can Treat Virus; 129 People Linked To Facility Test Positive, 29 Dead; China's Hubei Province To Lift Travel Restrictions; 19 of India's 28 States Order Complete Lockdown. Aired 2-3a ET
• Trump Considers Easing Social Distancing Guidelines; U.K. Order: "Stay Home"; Life-Saving Efforts in Italy. Aired 4-4:30a ET
• White House Looking For Way To Open Economy Without Health Catastrophe; Sen. Mitch McConnell Speaks As Coronavirus Aid Negotiations Enter Fifth Day; Top Chef Judge Predicts 75 Percent Of Restaurants Will Close Permanently. Aired 10-10:30a ET
• U.S. States Scramble to Get Enough Medical Supplies; Trump Hopes Drugs for Malaria Can Treat Virus. Aired 4:30-5a ET
• Japan's Prime Minister Delays Olympic Games for One Year; White House, Senate Leaders Close to Deal on Stimulus Plan; Ford Working with 3M and GE to Make Respirators, Ventilators; 1 in 1,000 in New York Metro Area Infected with Coronavirus; White House: One in 1,000 in New York City Metro Area Infected with Virus; Hospitals Desperate for Supplies as Coronavirus Crisis Deepens; White House Looks for Ways to Open Economy Without Health Catastrophe. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• Stocks Surge on Hopes Lawmakers Close to Stimulus Deal; U.K. Prime Minister Issues Stay-at-Home Orders; State Department to Bring Stranded Americans Home. Aired 9:30-10a ET
• Georgia, Louisiana Ramp Up Coronavirus Restrictions; Rural Communities Face Unique Coronavirus Challenges; Florida Governor Ron DeSantis Mandates 14-Day Quarantine for New York, New Jersey and Connecticut Arrivals. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• Rep. Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) Is Interviewed About The Coronavirus Stimulus Deal; Health Care Workers Reuse Masks As Patients Crowd Facilities; Tx Lt Gov: Grandparents Willing To Die To Save The Economy. Aired 12:30-1p ET
• New York Governor Andrew Cuomo Issues Alarming Warnings To States: We Are Your Future; White House Scrambles To "Open" Economy Without Health Catastrophe; New York Governor Andrew Cuomo: "Inexplicable" That Federal Government Hasn't Helped With Ventilators; Senate Close To A Deal On Massive coronavirus Stimulus Package; House Speaker Nancy Pelosi Speaks With CNN As Negotiators Near Stimulus Deal. Aired 12-12:30p ET
• Senate Close To A Deal On Massive Coronavirus Stimulus Package; New York Governor Issues Alarming Warning To States: We Are Your Future; New Drug Trials Begin In New York Amid Surge In Cases. Aired 1-1:30p ET
• Infectious Disease Specialist, Dr. James Campbell, Discusses Drug Trials For Coronavirus; A Look At Countries Around The World Making Life-And-Death Decisions Amid Outbreaks; FL Governor Mandates Self-Quarantine For Visitors From New York, New Jersey, Connecticut; Atlanta Orders Two-Week Stay-At-Home Order After Governor Orders A Stay-At-Home For Those At Risk Compared To Louisiana's Statewide Order; Biden: Listen To Experts More Than The President. Aired 1:30-2p ET
• New York Governor Issues Alarming Warning To States, "We Are Your Future;" The World Health Organization Says The United States And Europe Are Now The Epicenters Of The Coronavirus Pandemic; New York City Emergency Room Doctor Speaks On Testing Positive For Coronavirus. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• E.R. Dr. Dara Kass Discusses Trump Wanting To Reopen Economy By Easter; Trump Attacks Cuomo After NY Governor Complains Federal Government Isn't Acting Quickly Enough; Frustrated Italian Officials Vent As People Break Stay-At-Home Rules; American, Karli Drinkwater, Discusses Severe Restrictions To Stop Coronavirus Spread In Italy; Calls Grow To Release Low-Lever Offenders From Jail Amid Coronavirus Outbreak. Aired 2:30-3p ET


March 23, 2020
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• More Than Coronavirus 34,000 Cases with 413 Deaths in U.S.; Asia Markets Extend Losses, Trading Mostly Lower; IOC Begins 'Scenario Planning' if Olympics are Delayed; German Chancellor Angela Merkel to Self-Quarantine; European Countries Seeing Large Spikes in Cases & Deaths. Aired 12-1a ET
• Worldwide: 339,000+ Cases And 14,700+ Deaths; Much Of India Extending Public Curfew Until March 31; Retired Doctors And Nurses Joining The Fight; Stimulus Bill Fails to Move Forward; Italy Deaths Due to Coronavirus Rise; U.S. Stocks Fall; Summer Olympics Possible to Postpone. Aired 2-3a ET
• Youth Must Learn a New Lesson; U.K. Tightening Rules on Lockdown; Non-Residents Are Ban in Hong Kong for 14 Days; Wuhan Showing Signs of Normal Life Activities; Disagreements Amidst Crisis; Germany's Chancellor in Self-Quarantine; Tokyo 2020 Could Possibly be Postponed; President Trump Stays Positive. Aired 3-4a ET
• Coronavirus Pandemic; Johns Hopkins, 339,000 plus cases, 14,700 plus deaths globally; Hong Kong To Ban All Non-Residents Entering As Of Wednesday; Rand Paul First U.S. Senator To Test Positive; Asia Markets Mostly Lower In Monday Trading; President Trump, Greatest Thing Is To Win War Against The Virus; Japan Acknowledges Postponing Olympics Is A Possibility; Angela Merkel Self Quarantines; Medical Workers Infected With Coronavirus; Merkel, New Restrictions To Remain For At Least Two Weeks; U.K. Threatens Curfews To Slow Spread Of Virus. Aired 4-4:30a ET
• Coronavirus Pandemic; Merkel Self Quarantines After Doctor Test Positive; DOW Futures Drop As Senate Fails To Move Bill Forward; Asia Markets Mostly Lower In Monday Trading; United States Senate Fails To Advance Emergency Aid Package; Spain's Death Toll Rises 30 Percent In One Day; Italy Tightens Lockdown As Coronavirus Deaths Climb; Curfew Leaves Cities Deserted Across India; Kenya To Suspend All International Flights. Aired 4:30-5a ET
• Coronavirus Pandemic Worsens in the U.S. as Hospitals Struggle with Shortage of Supplies; Millions of Hospitality Workers Laid Off Amid Coronavirus Pandemic; U.S. Futures Surge After Fed Takes Major Action; GOP, Dems Clash Over Stimulus Plan; U.S. Futures Surge After Fed Takes Major Action; New York Becomes Epicenter of Outbreak in the U.S.; Hospitals Struggle as Supplies Run Out; States Try to Stop Hoarding of Possible Coronavirus Treatments. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• U.S Surgeon General Says, This Week, It's Going To Get Bad; 1,000+ Confirmed New Cases In Florida, 12 Deaths; 3D Printing Company Making Face Shields For New York Hospitals. Aired 10-10:30a ET
• A Restaurant Owner Talks about Unemployment; Federal Reserve offers Support; Olympics could be Delayed; Navy Ship Reports Coronavirus Amongst Sailors; Italy Requests U.S. Military Support; Former Astronaut on Coping with Isolation. Aired 9:30-10a
• American Ingenuity Mobilizes; Interview with New York City Emergency Management Commissioner; Japan Considering Moving Summer Olympics to 2021. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• Actor Daniel Newman Discusses His Struggle to Get Tested for Coronavirus; U.S. Defense Chief: Virus "Could" Impact Military Readiness; Trump Activates National Guard to Hard-Hit, California; New York, Washington State; NY Governor Tours City Building Being Set Up as Mobile Hospital; UCLA's Dr. Anne Rimoin Discusses Surgeon General Warning Upcoming Week Will Be "Very Bad" as Trump Hints at Rolling Back Social Distancing. Aired 1:30-2p ET
• NY Gov: States Competing, Outbidding Each Other For Med Supplies; Private Docs Prescribing Chloroquine Amid Hoarding Concerns; Fed Takes Emergency Action To Stave Off Potential Of A Depression. Aired 12:30-1p ET
• Soon: Senate To Vote On Moving Forward On Coronavirus Stimulus Package; Massachusetts And Michigan Issue Stay-At-Home Order; Tensions Very High Over Coronavirus Stimulus As Clock Ticks; Aides: Donald Trump Itching To Scale Back Social Distancing After 15 Days; Senate In Standoff Over Coronavirus Stimulus Talks. Aired 12-12:30p ET
• Clock Ticks, Senate In Standoff Over Coronavirus Stimulus; New York Mayor Says Hospitals Facing Major Crisis; Louisiana's Governor Orders Shelter In Place After Spike In New Cases. Aired 1-1:30p ET
• Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand (D-NY) Discusses Coronavirus In NY; Failure Of Emergency Stimulus Package Vote, Sen. Rand Paul Socializing After Testing Positive; U.K. Prime Minister Taking New Steps To Fight Outbreak As Foreign Minister Tells All British Travelers To Return Home; Trump Suggests Containment Measures May Be Too Strong; N.J. Pizzeria Co-Owner, Bryan Morin, Discusses Taking Out $50,000 Loan To Pay Employees. Aired 2:30-3p ET
• World Health Organization Said Coronavirus Pandemic Is "Accelerating;" Senate Standoff Over Coronavirus Stimulus; World Health Organization Warns Against Using "Untested Drugs." Aired 2- 2:30p ET


March 22, 2020
• Coronavirus Pandemic; Italian Hospitals Strain Under Flood Of Patients; Many Countries Imposing Lockdown; U.K. Mother's Day Warning; Spain Now Among Hardest Hit By COVID-19; Nigeria Prepares For Possible Surge Of Infections; Iran's Ayatollah Addresses Nation Amid Pandemic; Working To Meet Growing Demand For Ventilators; Human Impact On Environment May Drive Spread Of Disease; Distillery Halts Liquor Production To Make Hand Sanitizer; Coronavirus Outbreak Leads To Street Wedding. Aired 3-4a ET
• Italian Hospitals Strain Under Flood of Patients; Spain Now Among Hardest Hit By COVID-19; Misinformation Finds Fertile Ground In Social Media; Trump On China: "I Wish They'd Told Us Earlier" About Coronavirus; Virus Wreaks Havoc On World Economy; U.K. Mother's Day Warning; Many Countries Imposing Lockdown; Hong Kong Increases Measures To Contain New Outbreak; Nigeria Prepares For Possible Surge Of Infections. Aired 4-5a ET
• Many Countries Imposing Lockdown; Italian Hospitals Strain Under Flood Of Patients; Hospitals Report Critical Shortages Of Supplies; U.K. Mother's Day Warning; France Reports Highest One-Day Death Toll; U.S. Unemployment Claims Soar Amid Layoffs; Virus Wreaks Havoc On World Economy; India Begins World's Largest Public Curfew; Australia Unveils More Support For Economy; Human Impact On Environment May Drive Spread Of Disease. Aired 5-6a ET
• Governors Plead For Federal Government To Nationalize Effort To Acquire Medical Supplies For Coronavirus; Interview With Sen. Tammy Duckworth (D-IL); German Chancellor Angela Merkel Is In Self- Quarantine At Home. Aired 3-4p ET
• Sen. Rand Paul (R-KY) Tests Positive For Coronavirus; New York's Governor Expects Up To 80 Percent Of The People To Get Coronavirus; Interview With Sen. Rick Scott (R-FL) On Social Distancing And Sen. Rand Paul; Germany's Chancellor Merkel Now In Self-Quarantine; Teachers And Students Learn To Cope With Life Away From School; White House Cancels Year-End Testing For Schools; D.C. Distillery Giving Away Hand Sanitizer Amid Outbreak; Sen. Mike Lee Self-Quarantining After Senator Rand Paul Tests Positive For Coronavirus. Aired 4-5p ET
• New York City Warns Of Medical Supply Shortage In 10 Days; Sen. Rand Paul (R-KY) Tests Positive For Coronavirus; German Chancellor Angela Merkel Goes Into Self-Quarantine; Health Care Workers In Italy Infected With Coronavirus; Myths About Coronavirus Pandemic Debunked; Trump Holds Briefing On Coronavirus. Aired 5-6p ET
• Trump and White House Coronavirus Task Force Briefing on Coronavirus Response. Aired 7-8p ET
• Trump And Coronavirus Task Force Hold Briefing; New York, California, Washington State Get Major Disaster Declarations. Aired 6- 7p ET


March 21, 2020
• Coronavirus Pandemic; Italy Calls In Military to Enforce Lockdown; U.K. Orders Pubs and Restaurants Closed; France Counts 450 Deaths amid 12.6K Cases. Aired 3-3:30a ET
• New York, Illinois, Connecticut, and California Issue Stay-at- Home Orders for Residents; Health Care Workers State Equipment Running Low Due to Coronavirus; President Trump Vacillates on Use of Defense Production Act to Increase Production of Medical Supplies; Interview with Rep. Judy Chu (D-CA) on Congressional Measures to Combat Economic Downturn Due to Coronavirus; President Trump Makes Controversial Tweet on Potentially Treatment for Coronavirus; Italy and U.K. Takes Strong Measure to Reduce Coronavirus Spread. Aired 10-11a ET
• Coronavirus Pandemic; Italy Calls In Military to Enforce Lockdown; The Global Search for Treatment; Spain Counts 1K Deaths, 628 in Madrid; U.K. Orders Pubs and Restaurants Closed; Iranian President Pleads with U.S. to Ease Sanctions; Health Care Workers Grapple with Supply Shortage; Olympics in Doubt. Aired 4-5a ET
• Coronavirus Pandemic; Governor Cuomo Updates New York's Response To Coronavirus Pandemic. Aired 11a-12p ET
• Coronavirus Pandemic; Italy Calls In Military To Enforce Lockdown; Health Care Workers Grapple With Supply Shortage; Spain Counts 1K Deaths, 628 In Madrid; U.K. Orders Pubs And Restaurants Closed; Olympics In Doubt; Senators Sell Stocks Prior To Global Outbreak; Jewel Holds Digital Concert To Help Families In Need. Aired 5-6a ET
• In Significant Strategy Shift, Doctors In NYC & LA Told To Skip Coronavirus Testing In Cases Where Tests Would Not Change Treatment Course; U.S. Death Toll Rises To 260-Plus, Number Of Cases Now 21,000- Plus; New York State Sending One Million Masks To NYC; Now: Senate Resumes Negotiations On $1-Trillion-Plus Stimulus Package; Spain Using Military Hospital For Patients As Death Toll Climbs. Aired 12-1p ET
• U.S. Cases Surpass 23,000 With Nearly Half in New York State; FDA Authorizes Rapid Coronavirus Test with Results in 45 Minutes; Gov. Mike DeWine (R-OH) Discusses Jump In Coronavirus Cases, Statewide Closings, Postponing Ohio Primary; Dr. Larry Brilliant Answers Viewers' Questions On Coronavirus; Emergency Relief Package Could Top $2 Trillion. Aired on 4-5p ET
• White House Holds Briefing On Coronavirus Response; U.S. Reached Deals With Canada And Mexico To Halt Spread Of Virus; Donald Trump: We're Working On Massive Relief Measure For Americans; Mike Pence: Member Of Staff Who Tested Positive Is Doing Well, He Had No Contact With Me Or The President. Aired 1-2p ET
• President Trump Holds Press Conference With Coronavirus Task Force To Answer Questions About Measure To Combat Coronavirus Spread; President Trump Makes Controversial Tweet On Potential Coronavirus Treatment; President Trump Criticizes China For Not Providing Information On Coronavirus Spread To U.S. Earlier; Javits Convention Center In New York To Be Converted Into Temporary Emergency Field Hospital; Health Care Workers State Equipment Running Low Due To Coronavirus. Aired 2-3p ET
• FDA Authorizes Rapid Coronavirus Test With Results In 45 Minutes; Surgeons Plead For Help, Don't Make Us Orphan Our Two Toddlers; California Shuts Down World's Fifth Largest Economy To Fight Coronavirus Spread; Senate Works On Stimulus Package As Unemployment Claims Soar Amid Pandemic Layoffs; Dr. Celine Gounder Answers Viewers' Questions On Coronavirus; "CNN Heroes" Salutes People & Communities Working To Help Get Us Through The Pandemic; Reasons For Hope During Pandemic. Aired 3-4p ET
• The Coronavirus Pandemic; Unemployment Claims; Emergency Relief Package; Lessons From WWII That Can Help Confront Growing Outbreak; Presidential Historian, Doris Kearns Goodwin, Discusses Comparisons Between Challenges Fighting Coronavirus And World War II; UCLA's Dr. Anne Rimoin Answers Viewers' Questions On Coronavirus; FDA Authorizes Rapid Coronavirus Tests With Results In 45 Minutes. Aired 5-6p ET


March 20, 2020
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• California's Governor Makes a Tough Decision; Coronavirus Takes Life in Iran Fast; Victims Share Their COVID-19 Battle; Scarcity in Medical Supplies Jeopardizes Everyone; Madrid Expects 80 Percent Could be Infected; Coronavirus Pandemic; California Orders 40 Million Residents To Stay Home; Italy's Death Toll Over 3,400 Surpassing China; Boris Johnson, We Can Turn The Tides In Next 12 Weeks; China Reports No New Locally Transmitted Cases For Second Day; CNN Global Town Hall, The Importance Of Social Distancing; Olympic Flame Arrives In Japan; Wall Street Bracing For Another Volatile Session; Celebrities Sing To Take Virus Off Public's Mind. Aired 3-4a ET
• California Governor Orders 40 Million Residents to Stay Home; Italy's Death Toll Over 3,400, Surpassing China; Markets Struggle Under Weight of COVID-19 Fears; Japan Determined to Hold Safe, Secure Olympics on Schedule; London Landmarks Mostly Deserted Amid Fears of Lockdown; U.S. Company Announces At-Home Testing Kits for Virus; China Reports No Local Infections for 2 Straight Days; Taiwan Takes Precautions to Curb Spread of Virus; India Executes Four Convicted in Brutal Gang Rape, Murder. Aired 12-1a ET
• Markets Struggling Under Weight of COVID-19 Fears; U.S. Republican Senate Leader Defends Stimulus Plan; Iranian Authorities: COVID-19 Death Every Ten Minutes; China Shares Lessons with Hard Hit Europe; Maintaining Good Mental Health During Isolation; California Orders 40 Million Residents To Stay Home; France Confinement Likely To Be Extended; China Reports No New Locally Transmitted Cases For 2nd Day. Aired 1-2a ET
• California Governor Orders 40 Million Residents to Stay Home; Coronavirus is Spreading Across the World; Olympic Flame Lands in Japan Amid Calls for Postponement. Aired 2-3a ET
• California Governor Orders Entire State To Stay Home; Senate Democrats, GOP, White House Officials Meet On Stimulus. Aired 10- 10:30a ET
• Workers Struggling with Layoffs; Bill de Blasio is Interviewed about the Coronavirus Affects in New York City; Students in Chicago Depend on Schools; Coronavirus Survivor Talks about His Health. Aired 9:30-10a
• California Governor Orders Entire State to Stay Home; New York City to Run Out of Medical Supplies in 2-3 Weeks; Florida Opens Mobile Hospital, Drive-Thru Testing Sites; Senate Democrats, GOP and White House Officials Meet on Stimulus; Hospital Workers Battle Supply Shortages as Outbreak Grows; Kevin Hassett to Return to White House in Advisory Role. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• Interview with Kraft Heinz CEO Miguel Patricio; Airlines Cancel Flights Due to Low Demand; Florida Opens Mobile and Drive-Through Coronavirus Testing. Aired 10:30-11a ET


March 19, 2020
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• Two U.S. Congressmen Test Positive for Coronavirus; Asian Markets Down After Wall Street Plunges; Outbreak Impacts Persian New Year Celebrations; Concern Grows over How Virus Will Impact Refugees; President Trump Invokes Defense Production Act; U.S. Ramps Up Response as Cases Soar Past 8,500; U.K. School Closures; Europe Hit with Critical Shortage of Medical Supplies; China Reports No New Domestic Cases. Aired 12-1a ET
• China Shows a Glimmer of Hope; World Seeing its Darkest Days; Stock Market Continue to Bleed; An Act of Unity in Times of Crisis; Coronavirus Pandemic, New York Surges Past 2,900 Cases, Highest In United States; Italy Records Biggest Single-day Jump In Cases; U.K. Closes Schools, Shuts Some Underground Lines; Germany Faces Biggest Crisis Since World War II; Baghdad's Streets Empty After Curfew Imposed; The Mental Impact Of Isolation; Amid Outbreak, Touching Moments Of Solidarity. Aired 3-4a ET
• Restrictions Imposed With 200,000+ Cases Globally; New York Mayor: Prepare For Shelter In Place Order; Experts Advise Getting Fresh Air, But Be Cautious; President Trump Invokes Defense Production Act; U.S. Ramps Up Response as Cases Soar Past 8,500; U.S. Congress Members Are Infected; Non-essential Travel Banned in Iran; Qantas Group Suspend Scheduled International Flights through May; U.K. Announces Business Aid Package, School Closures. Aired 2-3a ET
• Health Experts Stress Need for Social Distancing; U.S. Facing Shortage of Tests and Supplies to Make them; Trump Signs Emergency Aid Package; Life Under Lockdown; Travel Group Returns Home Unaware of Virus Spread; U.K. Government Closing Most Schools Indefinitely; U.S. Ramps Up Response As Cases Soar Past 8,700; Outbreak Takes Heavy Toll On Business And Daily Life. Aired 1-2a ET
• Health Workers Face Supply Shortages As Cases Surge In U.S.; House Democratic Leaders To Tell Caucus They Don't Need To Return To Session After There's A Stimulus Deal; Farm Bureau Says, U.S Farms, Ranches Could Face A Serious Labor Shortage. Aired 10-10:30a ET
• New York Governor Says Expect Tens of Thousands of Coronavirus Cases in the State; Trump Signs Coronavirus Emergency Package, Health Workers Face Supply Shortages as Cases Surge in U.S.; Coronavirus Could Hit Young People, Too; New York City Considering Turning Hotels into Hospitals as Outbreak Grows; White House Targets Young People in Push for Social Distancing; Stocks Set to Fall as Global Recession Fears Grow. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• Interview with President and CEO of Land O'Lakes Beth Ford; Live Coverage of New York Governor Andrew Cuomo Press Conference. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• Wall Street on Edge over Coronavirus Concerns; Sen. Bill Cassidy (R-LA) is Interviewed about the Stimulus Bill in Congress; Flacons Quarterback Donates to Charities. Aired 9:30-10a ET


March 18, 2020
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• Coronavirus Stir the World's Order; Positive COVID-19 Patients Raise Issue on Drugs; Fears Push Consumers to Panic; Trump Administration Proposed a Trillion-Dollar Assistance Fund; Coronavirus Pandemic, Trump Shifts Tone On Virus Crisis As U.S. Cases Soar; America's Choice 2020; Super Tuesday III, Biden Wins; Impact Of Coronavirus Crisis On Campaigns; U.K. Changes Tactics To Slow Virus Spread. Aired 3-4a ET
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• Coronavirus Now in All 50 States; Anyone Entering Italy Must Self-Quarantine; Macron Says France Is "in a War" against Virus; Asia Markets Sink after Early Gains; U.K. Pharmacies Deal with High Demand for Disinfectants. Aired 2-3a ET
• U.S. Health Care Workers Concerned About Shortages; Money for Americans; Joe Biden's Big Sweep. Aired 4-4:30a ET
• More Than 100 Dead in U.S. As Virus Hits All 50 States; White House Proposes $1 Trillion Response Package; CNN Projects Joe Biden Will Sweep Primaries in 3 States. Aired 4:30-5a ET
• White House Pushes for $1 Trillion Coronavirus Relief Package; Steve Mnuchin Warns of 20 Percent Unemployment if Congress Refuses to Take Action; Thousands of Hospitality Workers Laid Off as Businesses Struggle. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• Stocks Plunge despite Stimulus; Schools Turn into Virtual Learning; Talking to Children about Coronavirus; Biden Sweeps Primaries. Aired 9:30-10a ET
• Interview with Food Industry Association Vice President Doug Baker; Interview with President of National Nurses United Union Jean Ross; Coronavirus Prompts Some to Increase Civic Minded Actions. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• Health Officials Warn U.S Has Reached Tipping Point, Urge Americans To Take Bans Seriously; Virus Now In All 50 States As Death Toll Passes 100; U.S., Canada Prepare To Halt Non-Essential Travel Between Countries. Aired 10-10:30a ET


March 17, 2020
• U.S. States Impose Restrictions, Order Closures; Asia Markets Look To Rebound From Monday's Sharp Fall; Trump's Economy May Be Headed To Recession; Panic Buying Leads to Empty Shelves, Shortages; Chinese Economy Hit Hard During January, February; Helping Kids Cope with Coronavirus. Aired 1-2a ET
• Trump Acknowledges Coronavirus Threat, Gives New Guidelines; Social Distancing Key to Stem Spread; Trump Says Economy May Be Headed into Recession; Actor Idris Elba Tests Positive; Italy Reports 3,200+ More Cases in Past 24 Hours; Panicked Shoppers Stockpiling Toilet Paper, Sanitizer; IOC: Plans for 2020 Summer Games Will Go Forward; Communicating with Kids About the Outbreak; China's Air Quality Improves Due to Lockdown. Aired 12-1a ET
• Officials Say, U.S Doesn't Have Enough Stockpiled Medical Equipment; Amazon To Fill 100,000 New Positions Due To Surge In Online Orders; New York Governor Updates Coronavirus Response. Aired 10- 10:30a ET
• New Guidelines Released by White House; A Freeze on Social Activities; Coronavirus Infects Economy Worldwide. Aired 3-3:30a ET
• Trump Acknowledges Coronavirus Threat, Gives New Guidelines; Italy Reports 3,200+ More Cases in Past 24 Hours; Dow Has Worst Point Drop Ever and Trump Says Economy May Be Headed into Recession; Social Distancing Key to Stem Spread; Asia Markets Look To Rebound From Monday's Sharp Fall; Rise In Cases Tests Italy's Health System; Japan: Plans For 2020 Summer Games Will Go Forward. Aired 2-3a ET
• Mayor Bill de Blasio Considering Shelter-in-Place Order for NYC; San Francisco Area under Shelter-in-Place Order; Ohio Postpones Primary Over Health Emergency; Florida Voters head to the Polls; U.S. Health Officials: U.S. Does Not Have Enough Stockpiled Medical Equipments; States Take Aggressive Steps to Stop Community Spread of Coronavirus; President Trump Changes Tone as Coronavirus Crisis Escalates. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• Dow Seeks Rebound after Worst Point Drop in History; Businesses Facing Challenge During Pandemic; Spain Closes its Border; France on Lockdown; New Coronavirus Cases in Italy. Aired 9:30-10a
• Interview With Chicago, Illinois, Mayor Lori Lightfoot; Bill de Blasio Tells New York City to Prepare for Possible Shelter-in-Place Order; Mitch McConnell Speaks Out on Coronavirus Crisis. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• Live Coverage of New York Governor Andrew Cuomo Press Conference; Interview with Sen. Dick Durbin (D-IL); Interview with Amazon's Jay Carney. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• Task force says response won't work if young people aren't cooperating; Interview with Rep. Chrissy Houlahan (D-PA) on the trillion-dollar coronavirus package; small businesses struggling to stay afloat amid outbreak; Aired 3:30-4p ET
• Trader Joe's Employee, Anna Wille, Discusses Helping The Elderly; NYC Mayor de Blasio Speaks On Coronavirus Response; Neal Browning Discusses Being A Volunteer In First U.S. Vaccine Trial For Coronavirus; E.R. Dr. Jake Deutsch Discusses The Coronavirus Vaccine Trials & Answers Viewers' Questions; Trump Speaks With Members Of Tourism Industry; Mnuchin Speaks On Fiscal Stimulus Package; Thea Duncan Discusses Living In Quarantine In Italy; Leader McConnell Talks Fiscal Stimulus Package. Aired 2:30-3p ET
• Coronavirus Pandemic Affecting American Lives; U.S. Stocks Rebounding After Government Outlined Potential Actions That Could Shore Up The Economy. Aired 2-2:30p ET


March 16, 2020
• CDC Recommends Canceling Events of 50+ People; U.S. Federal Reserve Cuts Interest Rates to Near Zero; Enhanced Screenings Create Long Waits at U.S. Airports; Italy Reports 360+ New Deaths, 3,500+ New Cases; Trump Focusing on Economy During Health Crisis. Aired 12-1a ET
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• Majority of Known Coronavirus Cases Now is Outside of Mainland China; The Coronavirus Infection is Now Driving Fears of Global Recession; More Countries Impose Lockdown in Effort to Contain the Coronavirus Outbreak; Presidential Candidates Spar Over Coronavirus; With the Coronavirus Pandemic, More Countries in Europe are on Lockdown; U.S. States Implementing Measures to Limit Spread of the Coronavirus; WHO Applauds Egypt's Efforts to Curb Coronavirus from Spreading; South Africa Declares National State of Disaster; Churches and Holy Sites Closed Due to Fear from Coronavirus. Aired 3-4a ET
• CDC Says, No More Gatherings Of 50+ People For Next Two Months; States Take Aggressive Steps To Stop Community Spread; Trump Contradicts Top Expert, Claims Virus Is Under Control. Aired 10-10:30a ET
• Peter Navarro on Government's Response to Crisis; Borders Closing between Spain and Portugal; Death Toll Jumps in Italy; School Closures Hit Students Nationwide. Aired 9:30-10a ET
• States Take Aggressive Steps to Stop Community Spread; Trump Calls on Americans to Stop Hoarding Food, Supplies; School Closures Hit Millions of Students Nationwide; Interview with Governor Ned Lamont (D-CT) on Coronavirus Pandemic; Travel Suspension from U.K. and Ireland Starts Tonight; CDC: No More Gatherings of 50-Plus People for the Next 2 Months; Top Medical Experts Warn the Worst is Yet Ahead of the Coronavirus Pandemic; Dow Futures Plunge After Fed Cuts Interest Rate to Zero. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• Interview with Gen. Stanley McChrystal; New York, New Jersey, Connecticut Tristate Announce Joint Closures; Interview with Rep. Katie Porter (D-CA). Aired 10:30-11a ET
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• Celebrities Test Positive for Coronavirus; Atlanta Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms, (D), Discusses the Coronavirus and Restrictions; Markets Plunge Despite Fed Slashing Interest Rates; New Jersey Family Quarantined in Their Home after Contracting Coronavirus; Dr. Joshua Morganstein Discuses Coronavirus. Aired 2:30-3p ET
• Coronavirus Vaccine Trial Administers First Dose To Participant; States And Cities Taking Drastic Measures To Slow Virus Spread; Trump Urges States To Not Wait For Feds To Get Medical Equipment. Aired 2-2:30p ET


March 15, 2020
• Long Lines as U.S. Travelers Return; France and Spain Restrict Movement to Stop Spread of COVID-19; Global Stock Markets Tumble, Wall Street Falls into Bear Market; Questions and Answers about Coronavirus; Volunteers Help HIV Patients in Wuhan; Service Workers Face Added Risks during Health Crisis; How to Shop amid Coronavirus Stockpiling. Aired 3-4a ET
• Long Lines as U.S. Travelers Return; France and Spain Restrict Movement to Stop Spread of COVID-19; Pandemic Lessons for the U.S.; Saudi Arabia and UAE Unveil Stimulus; Global Stock Markets Tumble, Wall Street Falls into Bear Market; America's Choice 2020; Third NBA Player Tests Positive for Coronavirus; Acts of Kindness Spread Hope. Aired 4-5a ET
• Long Lines As U.S. Travelers Return; France And Spain Restrict Movement To Stop Spread Of COVID-19; Inside Hospital At Epicenter Of New York Outbreak; Pandemic Lessons For The U.S.; Third NBA Player Tests Positive For Coronavirus; Travelers Consider Taking Risks. Aired 5-6a ET
• Coronavirus Spreads Fear And Transforms Life Across America; Interview With Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti (D); Biden And Sanders Debate With No Audience Amid Outbreak. Aired 3-4p ET
• Coronavirus Screening Spark Long Lines, Confusion At Major Airports; Countries Take Drastic Measures To Stem Coronavirus Spread; Trump On Coronavirus, From Hoax To National Emergency; Life During The Coronavirus Pandemic; Joe Biden And Bernie Sanders To Debate With No Audience Amid Outbreak. Aired 1-2p ET
• Coronavirus Screenings Spark Long Lines, Confusion At Major Airports; Germany Restricting Border Crossings Amid Coronavirus Pandemic; Interview With Tom Perez; Trump Tests Negative For Coronavirus; Biden, Sanders To Debate With No Audience Amid Outbreak; U.S Coronavirus Cases Top 3,100, Death Toll At 62. Aired 2-3p ET


March 14, 2020
• President Trump's Travel Ban on 26 European Countries Takes Effect; House of Representatives Passes Bill to Help Combat Coronavirus Spread; Doctor Answers Questions on How to Deal with Coronavirus; Mayor Noam Bramson of New Rochelle, New York, Interviewed on City's New Drive-Through Testing Facility for Coronavirus; Georgia Governor Brian Kemp Declares Public Health Emergency in Georgia; President Trump States He Expects to be Tested for Coronavirus; Donald Trump Claims to be Unaware of Previous Disbanding of White House Pandemic Office; Democratic Presidential Candidate Joe Biden Holds Virtual Town Hall; Forty-seven Employees, at Life Care Center in Kirkland, Washington, Test Positive for Coronavirus. Aired 10-11a ET
• U.S. House Approves Financial Relief Package; U.S. Coronavirus Cases Climb; Airline Industry Takes a Hit; Chinese Medical Team Sent to Help in Hard-Hit Italy; Health Officials Recommend Sanitizing Mobile Phones. Aired 3-3:30a ET
• U.S. House Approves Financial Relief Package; U.S. Coronavirus Cases Climb; Chinese Medical Team Sent to Help in Hard-Hit Italy; Coronavirus Epicenter Moves to Europe; U.S. Restricts Nursing Home Visits; Airline Industry Takes a Hit; Questions and Answers about Coronavirus; How to Shop amid Coronavirus Stockpiling; Health Officials Recommend Sanitizing Mobile Phones. Aired 4-5a ET
• U.S. House Approves Financial Relief Package; U.S. Coronavirus Cases Climb, Trump Says He's Not Responsible for Inadequate Testing; Trump Declares National Emergency over Coronavirus Pandemic; Spanish Prime Minister Declares State of Emergency; U.S. Hospitals Prepare for Virus Spike; Airline Industry Takes a Hit; Prime Minister Abe Addresses Japan's Response to Crisis; Cases on the Rise in Africa; Apple Temporarily Closes All Stores outside Greater China; Questions and Answers about Coronavirus; How to Shop amid Coronavirus Stockpiling; Service Workers Face Added Risks during Health Crisis. Aired 5-6a ET
• President Trump States He Has Been Tested for Coronavirus; President Trump Comments on Practice Refraining from Shaking Hands During Coronavirus Spread; White House Official States Coronavirus Not Yet Reached Peak Spread in U.S.; New York Officials Confirm First Death from Coronavirus; Forty-seven Employees of Nursing Home in Washington Test Positive for Coronavirus; White House Issues Travel Ban on Flights from U.K. and Ireland; Mayor of Atlanta Keisha Lance Bottoms Interviewed on Steps Taken to Ease Concerns of Citizens Due to Coronavirus; Confirmed Cases of Coronavirus in Spain Rises Rapidly. Aired 2-3p ET
• New York Confirms First Coronavirus Death; Forty-Seven Employees At WA Nursing Home Test Positive For Coronavirus; House Passes Coronavirus Relief Bill; Interview With Sen. Rick Scott (R-FL); Interview With Gov. Andrew Cuomo (D-NY); Georgia Declares Public Health State Of Emergency; Millions Of U.S. Students Affected By School Closings; Athletes Rally To Support Their Communities. Aired 11a-12p ET
• Coronavirus In The U.S.; New York Confirms First Coronavirus Death; White House Holds Briefing On Coronavirus Response; Trump: I Took Coronavirus Test. Aired 12-1p ET
• White House Holds Briefing On Coronavirus Response; Pence: Bipartisan Coronavirus Bill Will Help Hardest Hit; Google: Not Publishing A National-Scale Coronavirus Site Anytime Soon; Trump: I Took Coronavirus Test, No Results Yet; Trump: If You Don't Have To Travel, Don't Do It; Interview With Rep. Tony Cardenas (D-CA); Service Workers Face Added Risks During Health Crisis; Trump Takes Credit For Market Rally During Coronavirus Briefing. Aired 1-2p ET
• Coronavirus Shutting Down American Life; Trump Says He's Considering Domestic Travel Restrictions; Trump Gets Tested For Virus After Downplaying Threat For Weeks; UCLA's Dr. Anne Rimoin Discusses Restricting Visitors To Nursing Homes & Answers Viewers' Questions On Coronavirus; New York Presbyterian Hospitals Postponing All Elective Procedures & Surgeries; Streams Of Cars Visit New York's Drive-Through Testing Site; New York Reports First Coronavirus-Related Death; People In Italy Cope With Confinement Through Music. Aired 3-4p ET
• Trump: I Took Coronavirus Test, No Results Yet; U.S. Has 2,480- Plus Coronavirus Cases, 50 Deaths; Forty-Seven Employees At Washington State Nursing Home Test Positive; Emory University's Dr. Carlos Del Rio Discusses White House Virus Coordinator's Warning On Testing Negative, France And Spain Shutting Down Commercial Activities & Answers Viewer's Questions. Aired on 4-5p ET
• U.S. Has 2,600-Plus Coronavirus Cases, 57 Dead; WH: Trump Tests Negative For Coronavirus; Spain And France Move Toward Total Lockdown Amid Outbreak; Donald Trump Declares Coronavirus Pandemic National Emergency; At Least 19 States Shut Down All Public Schools Due To Coronavirus. Aired 7-8p ET
• Trump Takes Coronavirus Test; Google Contradicts Trump; Trump Repeatedly Gets Key Facts Wrong During Briefings; Should Trump's Main Focus Be Markets Amid Virus?; Spain On Lockdown; Dr. Celine Gounder Answers Viewers' Questions On Coronavirus; Four More Cruise Ships Quarantined Over Coronavirus. Aired 5-6p ET
• Coronavirus Around The World; Trump Takes Coronavirus Test; Trump Gets Facts Wrong; Sanitizing Mobile Phones; Travel Industry, Markets Take Huge Hit From Coronavirus Fears; Everyone In Teaneck, New Jersey Asked To Self-Quarantine; Confined Italians Sing Together To Boost Morale. Aired 8-9p ET
• Trump Tests Negative For Coronavirus; France, Spain, Italy On Lockdown To Prevent Virus Spread; 2,800-Plus Coronavirus Cases, With 58 Dead In The U.S.; Coronavirus Death Toll Hits 40 In Washington State; Trump On Coronavirus: From Hoax To National Emergency; Trump Falsely Claims Google Is Coordinating Virus Testing; Life During A Pandemic. Aired 9-10p ET


March 13, 2020
• U.S. Stocks Suffer Worst Day Since 1987 Crash; White House: Trump Doesn't Need to Be Tested; Ghana is Russia's New Troll Hub; Top Health Expert Says U.S. is 'Failing' Virus Testing. Aired 12-1a ET
• U.S On Verge Of Shutdown As Outbreak Shows No Signs Of Slowing; House Democrats Expect Vote Today On Coronavirus Relief Deal; Anger, Frustration Growing Over Testing Shortage. Aired 10-10:30a ET
• Outbreak Brings Drastic Changes To Everyday Life; U.S. Stocks Suffer Worst Day Since 1987 Crash; Source: Trump Very Concerned About Getting Infected; Coronavirus Pandemic; Covid-19: Separating Fact from Fiction. Aired 1-2a ET
• Coronavirus Outbreak Brings Drastic Changes to Everyday Life; Countries Around the World are Fighting to Contain the Outbreak; Sporting Events Grind to a Halt Over Infection Fears; United States Conducts "Aerial Bombardment" Against Iran-Backed Militia Facilities in Iraq; Mixed Messages On Testing Causing Confusion; Ghana Is Russia's New Troll Hub; Addressing The Fear And Anxiety Of Infection. Aired 2-3a ET
• Six States Closing All Schools Over Virus Fears; Growing Outrage Over Lack of Tests As Virus Spread; Trump's Travel Restrictions Go into Effect at Midnight; Coronavirus Concerns Wipe Out Sports Calendar; Outbreak Upends Schools, Sports, Entertainment World; U.S. Virus Testing Criticized Amid Shortage and Restrictive Guidelines; U.S. on Verge of Shutdown as Outbreak Shows No Signs of Slowing Down. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• President Trump Expected to Declare National Emergency Over Coronavirus. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• Markets Open Higher after Worst Sell-Off; Outbreak Upends Schools, Sports and Entertainment; Drive-Thru Testing in New York; Panic Buying Empties Store Shelves. Aired 9:30-10a
• United States Testing Lags World Numbers; Clay and Suzy Bentley's Coronavirus Quarantine Continues; U.S. Sports Leagues Cancel and Suspend Play Over Coronavirus. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• Trump Speaks as Coronavirus Cases Spread in U.S.; Trump Announces Emergency Action to Combat Coronavirus; Trump Declares National Emergency to Combat Coronavirus. Aired 3:30-4p ET.
• NBA Hall of Famer Isiah Thomas Discusses Sports Halted over Coronavirus & NBA Season Cancellation after 2 Utah Jazz Players Test Positive for Coronavirus; Good Samaritan Helps Elderly Couple Scared of Virus Buy Groceries; Soon, Trump Expected to Declare National Emergency over Coronavirus in Speech. Aired 2:30-3p ET
• President Is Expected To Announce A National Emergency; Rep. Nancy Pelosi Speaks As Congress Works On Coronavirus Package; Frustration Grows Over Lack Of Virus Testing As Outbreak Spreads. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• Outbreak Brings Drastic Changes To Everyday Life; Coronavirus Pandemic, Trump's New Travel Restrictions Hours Away; Trudeau In Isolation After Wife Tests Positive; Asia Markets Finishing Week With Steep Losses; President Trump Very Concerned About Getting Infected; U.S. Conduct Aerial Bombardment Against Iran-Backed Militia Facilities In Iraq; Israel Closes Schools And Universities For Five Weeks; Coronavirus, Impact On Sports; Separating Facts From Fiction. Aired 3- 3:30a ET


March 12, 2020
• Health Officials Tell Lawmakers Only About 11,000 People Tested For Virus In U.S, South Korea Testing About 10,000 Per Day; Trump Restricts Travel From Most Of Europe For 30 Days; Health Officials Tell Lawmakers U.S Does Not Have System In Place To Test For Coronavirus Like Other Countries. Aired 10-10:30a ET
• NBA Season Canceled; COVID-19 Cases Soar in Italy; Outbreak in New York Traced to Attorney; Trump Restricts Travel from Europe to U.S. for 30 Days; Asian Stocks Plunge Amid Coronavirus Pandemic; How to Offset Financial Fallout of Coronavirus Pandemic; Russia's Parliament Paves Way for Another Putin Term. Aired 12-1a ET
• President Trump Ban Travel from Europe for 30 Days; From Busy Airports to Eerie Place; Italy's Lockdown Freezes Many Livelihoods; Weinstein's Verdict Cause Him a Chest Pain; Coronavirus Wants to Play with the Sports World; Vladimir Putin Could Extend Terms. Aired 3- 3:30a ET
• Trump Restricts Travel from Europe to U.S. for 30; Tom Hanks and Wife Rita Wilson Diagnosed with Coronavirus; Coronavirus Pandemic; American Couple Back Home After Long Quarantine. Aired 1-2a ET
• Trump Restricts Travel from Europe to U.S.; Asian Stocks Plunge; U.S. Cities Ban Large Gatherings; Top U.S. Disease Expert: Coronavirus Deadlier than Flu; NBA Suspends Season Over Virus Concerns; Amendments Could Keep Putin In Power Until 2036; Weinstein Sentences To 23 Years In Prison. Aired 2-3a ET
• Major League Baseball Delays Opening Day Over Coronavirus Fears; Bernie Sanders Speaks Out on Coronavirus. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• NHL, NBA, MLS, ATP, MLB All Stopping Play; Top Infectious Disease Doctor Says U.S. Failing on Testing; Brazilian Official Tests Positive After Meeting Trump Days Ago; Promoters Postpone Large Concert Events Through March; Ohio Closes All K-12 Schools Next 3 Weeks. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• Interview with Sen. John Barrasso (R-WY); Washington Schools Begin Online Learning; Live Coverage of Nancy Pelosi Press Conference. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• President Trump Restricts Travel from Most of Europe for 30 Days; Mixed Reaction from Passengers After Travel Ban Announcement; NBA Suspends Season After Player Tests Positive for Virus; State Department Urges U.S. Citizens to Reconsider Traveling Abroad; Health Officials Tell U.S. Lawmakers the U.S. Does Not Have a System in Place to Tests for Coronavirus Like Other Countries. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• Stocks Plummet on Trump's Travel Ban. Aired 9:30-10a ET
• E.R. Dr. Rob Davidson Discusses Tom Hanks, Wife Testing Positive for Coronavirus & Answers Viewers' Questions; NBA Suspends Games After 2nd Jazz Player Tests Positive for Coronavirus; Rep. Don Beyer (D-VA) Self-Quarantines & Discusses Lack of Coronavirus Tests. Aired 2:30-3p ET
• American Life Changes Rapidly For Schools, Culture, Offices And Travel; Top Infectious Disease Doctor Says U.S. Is Failing On Testing; New York Governor Bans Gatherings Over 500 People. Aired 2-2:30p ET


March 11, 2020
• Cases of Coronavirus in the U.S. Reached More than a Thousand; President Trump Going the Opposite Way; More Schools Closed in Fear of the Pandemic Threat; Virus Infects the Economy Worldwide. Aired 3- 3:30a ET
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• States Scramble To Contain Virus As Cases Swell Over 1,000; Nearly 100 Passengers From Virus-Hit Cruise Quarantined In Texas; Georgia Man With Coronavirus Shares His Story With CNN. Aired 10- 10:30a ET
• Dow Dives Again; Coronavirus Pandemic Intensifies. Aired 3- 3:30p ET
• Rough Start for Stocks as Coronavirus Spreads; Biden Closes in on Nomination; Italy's Coronavirus Cases Increase; Coronavirus Impact on March Madness. Aired 9:30-10a
• New York Governor Mandates One-Mile Containment Zone in New Rochelle; Interview with New Rochelle Mayor Noam Bramson on Coronavirus Containment Efforts; Washington State to Ban Events of 250 Plus People; Number of Cases in Massachusetts Double in One Day; American in Georgia with Coronavirus Speaks to CNN from Quarantined Hospital Room. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• Interview with Biden Deputy Campaign Manager Kate Bedingfield; Interview with Seattle Mayor Jenny Durkan; Wuhan Residents Emerging From Lockdown. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• China Criticized for Costing The World Two Months to Respond; Italy Cases Jump 2300+ in One Day, Biggest Since Outbreak; Washington State Bans Large Events; Three TSA Workers at San Jose Airport Test Positive for Coronavirus; 300 FEMA Employees in Atlanta Instructed to Work From Home; Dow Plunges in Another Volatile Day. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• NBA's Warriors To Play Sets Without Fans Tomorrow Night; White House Official: Oval Office Address Possible Amid Outbreak; NYU's Dr. Robyn Gershon Discusses Administration's Mixed Messages On Coronavirus & Answers Viewers' Questions; Live Nation Entertainment President, Joe Berchtold, Discusses Growing List Of Concerts & Festivals Halted Over Coronavirus Fears; Immigrant Kidnapped In Mexico While Awaiting U.S. Asylum Hearing. Aired 2:30-3p ET
• World Health Organization Now Officially Declared Coronavirus Outbreak A Pandemic; Washington State Officially Bans Events Larger Than 250 People; Some College Students Livid Over Being Ejected From Dorms. Aired 2-2:30p ET
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March 10, 2020
• Asia Markets Rebound After Brutal Day on Wall Street; Global Coronavirus Crisis Escalates; Trump Administration Prepared to Handle Pandemic?; Biden and Sanders Focus on Michigan. Aired 12-1a ET
• Outbreak Disrupting Schools, Travel, Markets, Major Events; White House Says, Trump Has Not Been Tested For Coronavirus; Voters In Six States Head To Polls In Biden-Sanders Showdown. Aired 10-10:30a ET
• President Xi Jinping Visited Coronavirus Epicenter; Coronavirus Plus Oil War Drags Stocks to the Bottom; Israel Wants Incoming Citizens to Self-Quarantine; Michigan a Make or Break for Bernie Sanders. Aired 3-3:30a ET
• China Reports Fewest Cases Since January 18; Entire Italy Now On Lockdown; Michigan Democrats Weigh Pick For Presidential Nominee; Coronavirus Outbreak; Spiraling Markets Triggering Recession Fears; Last Royal Appearance for Duke and Duchess of Sussex. Aired 1-2a ET
• Global Coronavirus Crisis Escalates; Markets Buckle Under Pressure by Coronavirus; Lockdown in Italy; Trump Administration Prepared to Handle Pandemic? Aired 2-3a ET
• More Passengers to Be Removed from Coronavirus-Hit Cruise Ship Soon; Italy Expands Travel Restrictions to Entire Country; Dow Set for Big Open After Monday's Historic Drop. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• Italy on Lockdown; Airlines Slash Overseas Flights; New York Deploying National Guard to Coronavirus Cluster. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• Lockdown in Italy; Stocks Gain on Stimulus Hopes; Voters Head to Polls in Six States; Rep. Dan Kildee (D-MI) is Interviewed about the Economy and the Virus Spread. Aired 9:30-10a
• Florida Residents Unconcerned About Coronavirus; Interview with Robin Shulman on Coronavirus Testing; Interview with Sen. Debbie Stabenow (D-MI). Aired 10:30-11a ET
• Trump Urges Calm, Answers Whether He'll Get Tested; Interview With Rep. John Garamendi (D-CA) On An Economic Stimulus Package; Ohio Moves Polling Stations Amid Coronavirus Concerns; Most Of 27 Coronavirus Deaths Appear In Older Patients. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• Seattle Becomes Ghost Town Amid Coronavirus Fears; D.C. Church Members Asked To Self-Quarantine After Virus Outbreak; White House & Congress Debate How To Boost Economy Amid Coronavirus; Sen. Tammy Duckworth (D-IL) Discusses Trump Proposals to Help Those Affected by Coronavirus & Coronavirus Outbreaks; Chef Jose Andres Discusses Surprising "Grand Princess" Passengers With Food Ahead Of Quarantine. Aired 2:30-3p ET
• Trump Comments On Growing Coronavirus Cases In The U.S.; New York Deploying National Guard To Largest Cluster In Nation; More U.S. Schools And Colleges Closing Amid Outbreak. Aired 2-2:30p ET


March 09, 2020
• Coronavirus Cases in U.S. Climbs to More than 500; Italy Under Lockdown; North Korea Launch Three Projectiles; Grand Princess With 21 Confirmed Cases; Public Hoards Basic Supplies Amid Coronavirus Threat; U.S. Senator Ted Cruz Self-Quarantine; Bernie Sanders Hopes to Win Michigan and Mississippi; Refugees and Migrants Treated Brutally. Aired 3-4a ET
• Trading Resumes After Halt Triggered Due To 7 Percent Market Plunge; Tensions Grow Between White House And Health Officials Over Coronavirus. Aired 10-10:30a ET
• A Physician Cites Some Members of Congress Had Contact with a CPAC Attendee Who Had Contracted the Coronavirus; Tensions Grow Between White House and Health Officials Over Coronavirus; Dow Set to Tumble at Open on Coronavirus Fears; Global Markets Plunge Amid Coronavirus Fears, Oil Price Drop; Cruise Ship to Dock in Oakland with 21 Coronavirus cases; U.S. Death Toll Rises to 22, 565 Cases Across 34 States; 16 Million on Lockdown in Northern Italy Over Coronavirus. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• Global Markets Battered Again, U.S. Futures Plunging; Nearly 16 Million People Face Lockdown in Italy; North Korea Launches Several Projectiles; 1,100 Confirmed Cases in Japan; Refugees Forced Back from Greece, Left in Limbo. Aired 1-2a ET
• Foreign Diplomats In North Korea Evacuated To Russia; North Korea Launches Several Projectiles; Refugees Forced Back From Greece, Left In Limbo; Global Markets Plunge Over Coronavirus and Oil; Cruise Ship Allowed to Dock off Oakland; Italy in Lockdown; Inconsistent Messaging Around the Virus Outbreak in the U.S.; Biden and Sanders for the Democratic Presidential Race in Michigan. Aired 2-3a ET
• Stocks Plummet; Global Coronavirus Crisis Escalates. Aired 3- 3:30p ET
• Stock Market Drops This Morning; Interview with Epidemiologist on Coronavirus; Interview with Governor of Maryland Larry Hogan. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• Schools, Colleges Bracing for Local Spread of Coronavirus; Interview with Rep. Debbie Mucarsel-Powell (D-FL) About Coronavirus in Florida; Northern Italy Hospitals Receiving a Tsunami of Patients. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• Trading Halted At NYSE After Seven Percent Drop At The Open. Aired 9:30-10a ET
• St. Louis County Executive, Dr. Sam Page, Discusses Family Defying Self-Quarantine Instructions; Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand (D-NY) Discusses Coronavirus In N.Y., What The State Needs From The Federal Government, The Democratic Primary Race, The CLEAR Act; Sporting World Braces For Wave Of Cancellations, Restrictions; NBA Considers Playing Games Without Fans. Aired 2:30-3p ET
• Foreign Diplomats in South Korea Evacuated to Russia; Quarantined Cruise Ship in Egypt Now Has 45 Cases; Mexican Mother Demands Justice for Murdered Daughter. Aired 12-1a ET
• Trading Resumes After Halt Over Virus Fears And Oil Price Plunge; Cruise Ship To Dock In California With Infected Passengers; Episcopalian Priest Becomes First Confirmed Case Of Coronavirus In Washington, D.C. Aired 2-2:30p ET


March 08, 2020
• U.S. Confirms Its First Death from Coronavirus; Joe Biden Wins South Carolina Primary; Turkey Says It Won't Stop Refugees Headed to Europe; Chinese Companies Adjust Practices in Response to Epidemic. Aired 3-3:30a ET
• Northern Italy Locked Down to Contain Coronavirus; Grand Princess Cruise Ship to Dock in Oakland on Monday; Nearly 6,000 Virus Tests Completed by U.S., CDC, Labs; America's Choice 2020; Collapse of Hotel Used for Quarantine Kills at Least Seven; Travel Industry Is Feeling the Pain; Wildfire Evacuations Ordered in Northwestern Oklahoma; Hot Springs Paradise in Colorado; "Infodemic" Infects Internet. Aired 4-5a ET
• Northern Italy Locked Down to Contain Coronavirus; Grand Princess Cruise Ship to Dock in Oakland on Monday; Collapse of Hotel Used for Quarantine Kills at Least Seven; America's Choice 2020; Nearly 6,000 Virus Tests Completed by U.S., CDC, Labs; Royal Wrap-Up; Church Life in Italy Turned Upside Down; Climate Crisis. Aired 5-6a ET
• Coronavirus In The U.S.; World War Zero; Interview With Gov. Andrew Cuomo (D-NY); CPAC Attendee Tests Positive For Coronavirus; Grand Princess Cruise Ship To Dock In Oakland Tomorrow; Sen. Kamala Harris (D-CA) Endorses Joe Biden For President. Aired 2-3p ET
• Twenty-One Dead, More Than 490 Infected As Coronavirus Spreads Across The U.S.; Grand Princess Cruise Ship To Dock Tomorrow In California; New York Confirms 16 New Cases Of Coronavirus; Washington State Now Has 115 Coronavirus Cases And 18 Deaths; Kasich, Kerry, Schwarzenegger Team Up For Climate Coalition; Soon: Asian Markets Begin Trading; Biden, Sanders Set For Key Battle In Michigan; Sanders Ahead Of Mini-Super Tuesday: "Our Focus Is On Michigan"; Soon: CA Gov. Gives Update On Cruise Ship With 21 Coronavirus Patients; CA Gov: Grand Princess Will Be Docked Tomorrow, Exact Time Unclear. Aired 4-5p ET
• 19 Dead, 475 Plus Infected As Coronavirus Spreads Across The U.S.; Nearly 16 Million People On Lockdown In Italy As The Coronavirus Cases Grow; Kasich, Kerry And Schwarzenegger Team Up For Climate Coalition. Aired 3-4p ET
• U.S. Surgeon General says Expect More Deaths and Cases But Do Not Panic; Sen. Bob Casey (D-PA) is Questioned About the Coronavirus and the Economy; Sen. Kamala Harris Endorses Joe Biden; Elie Honig Answers Legal Questions in "Cross-Exam"; Italy Sets Measures to Reduce Crowds Against Coronavirus; Quarantine Center in China Collapses; Nursing Home in Washington State has Three Employees Positive for Coronavirus; Saudi Capturing Carbon Emissions in the Oil Field. Aired 5-6p ET
• Health Officials Not Clear on Plan for Cruise Ship Passengers; U.S. Surgeon General Expect More Cases and Deaths, But Don't Panic; Italy Orders Lockdown in Northern Region to Try to Contain Virus; U.S. Officials Give Varying Numbers on Tests Availability; Bernie Sanders Looks to Michigan to Gain Back Momentum. Aired 7-8p ET
• Senator Ted Cruz to Self-Quarantine After CPAC Interaction with Infected Individual; 16 of 18 Deaths in Washington Associated with One Nursing Home; Bernie Sanders Looks to Michigan for Much Needed Momentum; Hospitals Taking Extra Precautions to Handle Virus Outbreak. Aired 8-9p ET
• Surgeon General Says, Expect More Cases And Deaths But Don't Panic; Candidates Campaign As CDC Advises Older Adults Stay Home; CPAC Attendee Tests Positive For Virus Where Trump, Pence Spoke; Worries Over Coronavirus Could Dominate Trading; Thousands March To Celebrate Women, Demand Equality; Church Services Canceled Amid Growing Outbreak In Northern Italy. Aired 6-7p ET


March 07, 2020
• Coronavirus Outbreak; Afghanistan Violence; Bethlehem on Lockdown over Virus. Aired 3-3:30a ET
• Coronavirus Outbreak; Trump Names New Chief of Staff; America's Choice 2020; Grand Princess Cruise Ship under Quarantine; Seattle Schools and Businesses Stay Home; Elbow Bump is the New Handshake. Aired 4-5a ET
• Coronavirus Outbreak; Afghanistan Violence; Global Travel Industry Set to Lose Billions to Coronavirus; Former College Wrestlers Accuse Jim Jordan; Clintons Revealed. Aired 5-6a ET
• Some Passengers and Crewmembers on Cruise Ship Near San Francisco Test Positive for Coronavirus; Passengers on Crew Find Out about Positive Coronavirus Tests from Media before Captain's Announcement of Same Information; Analysts Examine Readiness of U.S. Hospitals for Possible Coronavirus Spread; Former Democratic Presidential Candidates Marianne Williamson and John Delaney Discuss Endorsements for Bernie Sanders and Joe Biden Respectively; More Former Ohio State University Wrestlers Claim Former Coach and Current Congressman Jim Jordan Knew of Sexual Abuse Allegations against Team Doctor; An 11-Year-Old Syrian Girl Qualifies for 2020 Olympics. Aired 10-11a ET
• Twenty-One People Aboard Grand Princess Test Positive For Coronavirus; American Nurses Association Calls For Collaborative Coronavirus Response; U.S. Coronavirus Testing Crunch Sparks Fierce Backlash; CDC Advises Older Americans To Stay Home As Much As Possible; Interview With Dr. Peter Hotez; Austin Officials Order Cancellation Of South By Southwest Festival; Rep. Mark Meadows Replacing Mulvaney As White House Chief Of Staff; Biden Says Campaign Raised $22 Million In Five Days; New Documentary Details Hillary Clinton's Life In Politics. Aired 11a-12p ET
• Gov. Andrew Cuomo (D-NY) Is Interviewed On Coronavirus Spread In New York; FDA Officials To Hold Press Conference On Government Response To Coronavirus; Some Passengers And Crewmembers On Cruise Ship Near San Francisco Test Positive For Coronavirus; School Districts In Seattle Hold Classes Online Due To Coronavirus Spread; Joe Biden And Bernie Sanders Campaign In Michigan; Interview With Rep. Ro Khanna (D-CA) On Bernie Sanders' Campaign Against Joe Biden For Democratic Presidential Nomination; Measures At Shanghai Costco To Prevent Coronavirus Spread Among Shoppers Examined. Aired 2-3p ET
• Twenty-One New Coronavirus Cases In New York, 76 Confirmed Statewide; FDA To Give Rare Saturday White House Update On Coronavirus Outbreak; Twenty-One People Aboard Grand Princess Test Positive For Coronavirus; Warren Reflects On Sexism In Race After Dropping Out; Olympic Committee Not Discussing Cancellation Or Postponement Of Summer Olympics; Real Estate Agent On Trial For Murder Of His Best Friend. Aired 1-2p ET
• FDA Officials Brief Reporters At White House; Dozens Trapped As Coronavirus Quarantine Hotel Collapses In China; Mulvaney Out, Meadows In As Trump's Chief Of Staff; Trump Says He'll Definitely Bring Up Hunter Biden & Burisma In Campaign; Couple Reunite After Coronavirus Separation; Trump Wants People Aboard "Grand Princess" To Stay On Ship; Can Sanders Get Ahead Of Biden In Delegate Count? Aired 3-4p ET
• U.S. Cases Of Coronavirus Hit 340, 17 Deaths Reported; Pence: Will Be Weeks Before Tests Are Available To Public; Twenty-One New Coronavirus Cases In NY, 76 Confirmed Statewide; Biden, Sanders Campaign In Midwest Ahead Of Super Tuesday II; States Asking Thousands Of Americans To "Self-Quarantine". Aired 12-1p ET
• More Than 400 Cases Of Coronavirus, 19 Deaths Reported; Biden Says Campaign Raised $22 Million In Five Days; Mulvaney Out, Meadows In As Trump's Chief Of Staff; Bill & Hillary Clinton Open Up On Monica Lewinsky Affair; First Lady Defends Tweet On White House Tennis Pavilion Construction Amid Coronavirus Outbreak; Pence Press Conference On Coronavirus Response; Trump Said Warren Lost Because She's "Mean" But Compliments Warren On Taking Out Bloomberg; Pelosi Laments Being Most Powerful Woman In Politics. Aired 4-5p ET
• Coronavirus Crisis: 430-Plus Cases Of Coronavirus, 19 Deaths Reported; At Least 21 People Aboard Grand Princess Test Positive; CDC Reports Completing Fewer Than 6,000 Tests; CDC Advises Older Americans To Stay Home As Much As Possible; Cruise Industry Along With Airlines And Hotels Are Taking Major Hit From Coronavirus Outbreak; Sanders Cancels Mississippi Rally, Shifting Focus To Michigan; Sanders Versus Biden In Super Tuesday II; Six Former Ohio State Wrestlers Say Rep. Jordan Knew About Abusive Team Doctor Richard Strauss; Dozens Trapped As Coronavirus Quarantine Hotel Collapses In China. Aired 7-8p ET
• Coronavirus In The U.S.; Grand Princess Passengers Test Positive; Interview With Sen. Ben Cardin (D-MD); Dr. Rimoin Speaks On Coronavirus; Biden Launches $12 Million Ad Buy In Upcoming Primary States; Biden Warns Donors Of Bernie Bros' Negative Attacks; Author, Steven Levingston, Discusses Biden & Obama's Complicated History; This Week's Episode of "The Windsors" Looks At Prince Charles' Choice Between Duty And Love. Aired 5-6p ET
• Coronavirus In The U.S.; Grand Princess Passengers Test Positive With Coronavirus; Warriors Play NBA Game Tonight; Second Super Tuesday Coming Up; Idlib Families Survive Amid Devastation And Death; Fact-Checking Sanders Ad Featuring Obama's Words; Handshake Gets Elbowed Out By The Elbow Bump. Aired 8-9p ET


March 06, 2020
• Coronavirus Continuing to Spread, Markets React; Turkey-Russia Ceasefire Goes Into Effect in Idlib; Children Bear the Brunt of Idlib's Humanitarian Crisis; Elizabeth Warren Ends Presidential Campaign; Fears of Spread Putting Strain on Medical Supplies. Aired 12-1a ET
• Nearly 98,000 Coronavirus Cases, With Almost 3400 Deaths; Vice President Pence Admits U.S. Shortage Of Coronavirus Test Kits; Trump Flubs Facts As His Administration Plays Cath-Up; Attack At Kabul Ceremony, Top Afghan Leader Present; Airline Stocks Tumble Amid New Travel Warnings; Elizabeth Warren Ends Presidential Bid; Oil Producers Face Historic Drop In Demand; Harry's Stepping Out; Space Tourism; U.S. Congress Approves Budget for Coronavirus Task Force; Pleas Fell into Deaf Ears; Another Cruise Ship Now Being Quarantined; Manufacturers Control Face Masks Supply; Ceasefire Agreed Between Russia and Turkey. Aired 3-4a ET
• Virus Spreading Faster Than It Can Be Contained; Asia Markets Down Sharply On Virus Fears; Turkey-Russia Ceasefire Goes Onto Effect In Idlib; Costco Works to Make Shopping Safer in China; Coke, Pepsi, Others Sued for Plastic Pollution Nuisance. Aired 1-2a ET
• The Coronavirus Is Spreading Faster Than It Can Be Contained; Turkey-Russia Ceasefire Goes Into Effect in Idlib; Senator Elizabeth Warren Ends Her 2020 Presidential Bid; The Coronavirus Outbreak is Disrupting Nearly Every Aspect of Public Life. Aired 2-3a ET
• Interview with Sen. Bill Cassidy (R-LA); Young Republicans Want GOP Climate Change Action; Interview with Lieutenant Governor of Michigan Garlin Gilchrist. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• Stocks Falling; Coronavirus Fears Growing. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• Trump Signs Coronavirus Spending Bill; Rep. John Garamendi (D- CA) is Interviewed about the Coronavirus. Aired 9:30-10a
• University of Washington Moving Classes Online; Airport Screener Among New Virus Cases in Los Angeles; From Mona Lisa to James Bond, Coronavirus Halts Attractions; Hillary Clinton on Trump's Virus Response; "Race for The White House" Airs Sunday. Aired 3:30-4p Et
• Trump Signs $8.3 Coronavirus Spending Bill As Infections Spread; Presidential Candidates Joe Biden And Sen. Bernie Sanders (I- VT) Head For Showdown After Warren Drops Out; Trump On Outbreak, We're Doing Well, But It's An Unforeseen Problem. Aired 10-10:30a ET
• Nations Rush to Stop Spread of Coronavirus as Cases Top 100,000; Families of Washington Nursing Home Patients Demand Answers; Interview with Kristin Rowe-Finkbeiner, of MomRising.org, on Need for Paid Leave During Coronavirus Outbreak; Sanders Cancels Mississippi Rally & Shifts Focus to Michigan; Bill and Hillary Clinton Speak Out on Monika Lewinsky Affair; Bill Clinton Says Lewinsky Affair Helped "Manage Anxieties"; Soon, Trump to Visit CDC After Saying He Wouldn't Earlier. Aired 2:30-3p ET
• 14 Deaths, 250 Cases Of Coronavirus Across 21 U.S. States; Test Results For Potential Infected Passengers On Cruise Ship Maybe Released Soon; Southwest CEO Says Coronavirus Travel Slump Has 9/11 Feel. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• Warren Holds Out on Endorsement After Race Exit; President Trump Signs $8.3 Billion Coronavirus Spending Bill as Infections Spread; Thousands on Cruise Ship Awaiting Coronavirus Test Results; Families of Washington Nursing Home Patients Demand Answers; Economy Added 273,000 in February Before Coronavirus Fears Hit Wall Street. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• University of Washington Moving Classes Online; Airport Screener Among New Virus Cases in Los Angeles; From Mona Lisa to James Bond, Coronavirus Halts Attractions; Hillary Clinton on Trump's Virus Response; "Race for The White House" Airs Sunday. Aired 3:30-4p ET


March 05, 2020
• Coronavirus Outbreak; America's Choice 2020; China Trying to Get Its Economy Back on Track; Violence Erupts at Turkish-Greek Border; Biden's Wife Blocks Animal Rights Protestors. Aired 12-1a ET
• Japan Records Biggest One-Day Increase In New Cases; Democratic Race Down To Biden And Sanders; U.S. Targets Taliban Days After Historic Deal; Asian Markets Higher again after Wall Street Rebounds; E.U. Plans Border Intervention, Humanitarian Aid. Aired 1-2a ET
• Coronavirus Outbreak; America's Choice 2020; Disease Is Straining Worldwide Medical Resources; EU Plans Border Intervention, Humanitarian Aid; Man Faces Execution For Murders He Did Not Commit. Aired 2-3a ET
• While the Number of Coronavirus Infection is Dropping Inside China, the Disease is Spreading Rapidly Elsewhere Around the World; War in Syria: Erdogan and Putin to Discuss Idlib Ceasefire; EU Plans Border Intervention, Humanitarian Aid; Violence Erupts at Turkish- Greek Border; U.S. Targets Taliban Fighters in "Defensive" Airstrike; Afghan Mayor Urges Pompeo to Uphold Women's Rights After Deal; Democratic Race Down to Biden and Sanders; Mars Rover Captures Stunning 360 Degrees Panorama. Aired 3-3:30a ET
• Elizabeth Warren Drops Out; Interview With Taylor Hicks; Interview With Rep. Terri Sewell (D-AL); Trump Administration Admits Falling Short of Enough Coronavirus Tests to Meet Demand. Aired 3- 3:30p ET
• Backlash over Sen. Chuck Schumer (D-NY) Supreme Court Comments; Elizabeth Warren to End Presidential Campaign; Interview with Symone Sanders. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• Stories of Survival Emerge in Tennessee As Clean Up Begins After Tornado; Airlines Could Take Big Hit as Coronavirus Slams Industry; 2020 Election Creates Rifts in Families; Activists Appeal with Alabama Governor to Stop Execution. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• 11 Dead, 161 Cases Of Coronavirus In U.S.; Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-MA) Assessing Her Campaign After Super Tuesday Losses. Aired 10-10:30a ET
• Cruise Ship Linked to Coronavirus Death Held Off California Coast; 1,000 New Yorkers Asked to Self-Quarantine; Work from Home Recommended in Seattle Area; Coronavirus to Cost Airline Group Billions; Trump Coronavirus Claims at Odd with Top Health Officials; Dow Set to Drop Amid Global Coronavirus Fears; Warren Assesses Her Campaign After Super Tuesday Losses; Chief Justice Roberts Slams Schumer for Comments About Justices. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• Dow Drops Amid Global Coronavirus Fears; Chinese President Xi Postpones Visit to Japan Over Coronavirus; Olympic Committee Not Discussing Postponement of Summer Games in Tokyo; Interview with Representative Mike Quigley (D-IL) about Coronavirus; Chief Justice John Roberts Condemns Chuck Schumer for Dangerous Comments. Aired 9:30-10a ET
• How a Pandemic Simulation Eerily Predicted Current Outbreak; Trump Disputes Data on Virus Death Rate, Citing Own "Hunch"; Stories of Survival Emerge in Tennessee as Cleanup Begins; Number of Promised Coronavirus Kits Falls Short; Majority of N.Y. Coronavirus Cases Linked to Attorney Now Hospitalized. Aired 2:30-3p ET
• Cruise Ship Held Off California After Coronavirus Death; Airlines Could Take $113 Billion Hit As Coronavirus Slams The Industry; Administration's Apparent Failure To Distribute Enough Kits For One Million Tests By The End Of This Week. Aired 2-2:30p ET


March 04, 2020
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• Biden Surges, Two-Person Race Emerges After Super Tuesday; Bloomberg Drops Out Of Race, Endorsing Biden. Aired 10-10:30a ET
• Coronavirus Deaths in U.S. Rising; Bloomberg Drops Out, Endorses Biden. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• Joe Biden Wins 9 States, Sanders Wins 3 States, 2 States Remain Too Close to Call; Sanders Plans Michigan Rallies Ahead of Next Primary; Joe Biden Scores Stunning Wins on Super Tuesday; Third Case of Coronavirus Confirmed in New York. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• Michael Bloomberg Ends 2020 Presidential Campaign; Six Coronavirus Cases in New York State; Search and Rescue Follows Tennessee Tornado. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• U.S. Communities Grapple with Coronavirus; Dow Jumps at Open; Poll Numbers on Super Tuesday; Latino Voters Play Crucial Role in Race; Dozens Missing after Tornadoes Tear through Tennessee. Aired 9:30-10a
• Biden Rides Momentum, Scores Stunning Wave of Super Tuesday Wins; Coronavirus Spreads From New York Man to His Family; At Least 24 Dead, 17 Unaccounted for in Tennessee Tornado; Alabama Man Set to Be Executed Despite Questions About His Guilt. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• Sanders Rolls Out New Ads Hitting Biden & Touting Obama; Rep. Alma Adams (D-NC), Who Has Endorsed Joe Biden, Discusses The Black Vote & It's Impact On Biden's Campaign; First Coronavirus Death In California & 11 Deaths In Washington State; Supreme Court Hears Oral Arguments In Controversial Abortion Case. Aired 2:30-3p ET
• Biden Rides Momentum, Bloomberg Dropping Out; Bernie Sanders Holds News Conference After Biden's Big Win. Aired 2-2:30p ET


March 03, 2020
• Voters In 14 States Hit Polls On High-Stakes Super Tuesday; Feds Slash Rates In First Emergency Cut Since 2008; Nine Now Dead In Tennesee Tornadoes, Several Still Missing. Aired 10-10:30a ET
• South Korea Confirms 600 New Cases In One Day; Netanyahu Claims Victory In Third Election; Joe Biden Gets A Big Boost Heading Into Super Tuesday; Countries Taking Extreme Measures to Stop Spread; France Stepping Up Measures to Contain Outbreak; Mask May Not Provide Adequate Protection. Aired 1-2a ET
• Interview With Gov. Andrew Cuomo (D-NY); Interview With Rep. Tony Cardenas (D-CA); Deadly Nashville Tornado; Nine Coronavirus Deaths Now Confirmed in Washington State; Super Tuesday. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• Bloomberg Faces First Test; Moderate Democrats Rally around Biden; Tokyo Olympics Could be Postponed; Voters in 14 States Hit the Polls. Aired 9:30-10a
• China Reports Lowest Number of New Cases in Weeks; Asian Markets Mostly Higher for Second Straight Day; Japan Cancels Cherry Blossom Festivals. Aired 12-1a ET
• Super Tuesday Elections Today; Coronavirus Likely in Washington State for Weeks; Death Toll Rises in Nashville. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• Moderate Democrats Rally Around Biden Ahead of Super Tuesday; Millions of Voters Head to the Polls for Super Tuesday; Bloomberg Faces First Test in Super Tuesday States; More Than 100 Coronavirus in the U.S., 6 Deaths in Washington State; Deadly Tornado Rips Through Nashville. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• Second New York State Coronavirus Case Appears Possibly from Community Spread; Interview with Gov. Andrew Cuomo (D) New York About Most Recent Coronavirus Case. Interview with Rep. Katie Porter (D-CA) on Warren's Campaign. 9 Coronavirus Deaths Confirmed in Washington State. Alabama Set to Execute Man Despite Questions About His Guilt. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• Conservative Virginia Republican Votes for Joe Biden; Fear of Coronavirus Spread Hang Over Super Tuesday in California; New York Magazine Writer Says Elizabeth Warren Should Endorse Bernie Sanders. Aired 2:30-3p ET
• South Korea Links Most Cases To Religious Group; U.S. Voters To Cast Ballots Soon On Super Tuesday; Fond Farewell To Buttigieg, Steyer, And Klobuchar. Aired 2-3a ET
• Deadly Tornado Rips Across Tennessee, At Least 22 Dead; Coronavirus Cases Continue To Rise In The United States; Federal Reserve Cuts Interest Rate By Half A Point Due To Coronavirus. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• Coronavirus Continue to Rise in Many Countries; From Former Rivals to Now Being Allies; Health Experts Educate People on Wearing Masks; UAE to Repatriate Its Citizens from Iran. Aired 3-3:30a ET


March 02, 2020
• A man in his 70s from Washington State was killed by coronavirus; Trump Administration Change its Tune on the Epidemic; Japan Still Reeling of the Cruise Ship Isolation; Pete Buttigieg and Tom Steyer Dropped out of the Race; North Korea Fired Two Short-Range Projectiles Into the Eastern Sea, South Korea Says; Pete Buttigieg Drops Out of Democratic Presidential Race; The Global Death Toll From Coronavirus Has Now Climbed Past 3,000; Israeli Voters Are Going to the Polls for the Third Time in Less Than a Year; Turkish and Syrian Forces Clash Around Rebel-Held Idlib; John Lewis Revisits Site of 1965 March in Selma. Aired 3-4a ET
• South Korea: Unidentified Projectiles Fires by North Korea; South Korea Reporting 4,212 Total Cases, 22 Deaths; Asian Markets Rebounding after Last Week's Declines; Pete Buttigieg Ends Campaign for U.S. President; Polls Predict Another Stalemate in Israel; U.S. Confirms Second Death from Coronavirus; U.S. Signs Historic Agreement with Taliban; Taliban Negotiator is Interviewed about Peace Agreement. Aired 12-1a ET
• S. Korea: Unidentified Projectiles Fired By N. Korea; U.S. Confirms Second Death From Novel Coronavirus; Pete Buttigieg Ends Campaign For U.S. President; African Nations Prepare for Spread after Case in Nigeria; Japan's Sporting Events Played to Empty Stadiums; No Cost for Public Transportation in Luxembourg. Aired 1-2a ET
• North Korea Fires Two Unknown Short-Ranged Projectiles; United States Declares Second Coronavirus Death; Global Markets Bounces Back; Pete Buttigieg Out of Democratic Presidential Race; Polls Predict Another Deadlock In Latest Election; Dispute Over Prisoner Release After U.S.-Taliban Deal; Vatican Opening Pope Pius XII Archives. Aired 2-3a ET
• Second Person Dies from Coronavirus in Washington State; New York Confirms Woman in Manhattan as State's First Case; Democratic Candidates Push for Votes Before High-Stakes Super Tuesday; Bloomberg Makes Case to Voters Ahead of Ballot Debut; Dow Opens After Worst Week Since Financial Crisis. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• Reduction in Public Gatherings and Increased Sanitizing Efforts Continue; Interview with Mayor of San Juan, Puerto Rico; Thousands of Syrian Refugees Stuck at Border Between Greece and Turkey. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• Israel Votes; Six Coronavirus Deaths in United States; Buttigieg, Klobuchar to Endorse Biden. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• Dow Higher After Worst Week; American Evacuees under Quarantine to be Released; Early Voting Skyrockets in Texas; Supreme Court To Take up Obamacare; Questions over Historic Peace Deal; New York Governor Holds Briefing. Aired 9:30-10a
• New York Officials Hold Briefing On State's First Coronavirus Case; Candidates Push For Votes Before High-Stakes Super Tuesday; 3,000+ Dead And 88,000+ Coronavirus Cases Around The World. Aired 10- 10:30a ET
• Candidates to Endorse Biden At Rally Tonight; Klobuchar Adviser Says the Senator Is Dropping Out and Endorsing Biden for Unity; Protesters Turn Their Backs on Bloomberg at Selma Church; Paris Closes Louvre Museum as France Battles Coronavirus. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• Amy Klobuchar To End Campaign, Endorse Biden Tonight; Coronavirus Cases In U.S. Jump By Two Dozen. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• 5 Coronavirus Deaths Confirmed in Washington State; Cases of Coronavirus Jump in the U.S. & Around the World; Taliban Divided over deal with U.S. to Reduce Violence. Aired 2:30-3p ET


March 01, 2020
• U.S. Confirms Its First Death from Coronavirus; Joe Biden Wins South Carolina Primary; Turkey Says It Won't Stop Refugees Headed to Europe; Chinese Companies Adjust Practices in Response to Epidemic. Aired 3-3:30a ET
• U.S. Confirms Its First Death from Coronavirus and Italy Confirms More Than 1,100 Cases; Joe Biden Wins South Carolina Primary; Center Right "Ordinary People" Party Scores Big Win in Slovakia; Family Says British Woman Infected in Iranian Prison; Trump Says He'll Meet with Taliban after Historic Deal; Turkey Says It Won't Stop Refugees Headed to Europe; Trump Supporters Accuse Media of Manipulating Coronavirus Outbreak. Aired 4-5a ET
• Bernie Sanders Wins Nevada Caucuses, CNN Projects; Coronavirus Outbreak; 2019-2020 Flu Season; Warren Attacks Bloomberg after Nevada; Controversy over L.A.'s New Voting Machines; Trump Departs for India; Intelligence Community Feels Immediate Impact of Trump's Diplomatic "Disruptor"; Earthquake at Turkey-Iran Border; Bullied Australian Boy Gets an Ovation; Zamboni Driver Wins for Hurricanes. Aired 5-6a ET
• 55th Anniversary Of Bloody Sunday In Selma, Alabama; Patient In Washington State Is First Confirmed Coronavirus Death In U.S.; Joe Biden Wins South Carolina Primary By Nearly 30 Points. Aired 3-4p ET
• Rep. John Lewis (D-GA) Speaks At Anniversary March In Selma, Alabama; Michael Bloomberg Gets Silent Protest Treatment In Selam, Alabama; Biden Hopes Win In South Carolina Gives Him Momentum In Super Tuesday; President Trump Announces New Intensified Travel Screening For Coronavirus; Elie Honig Answers Legal Questions In "Cross-Exam". Aired 5-6p ET
• Seventy-Four Coronavirus Cases Confirmed In The U.S., New Cases Announced Today In Rhode Island And Washington State; 55th Anniversary Of Bloody Sunday; Trump Announces New Coronavirus Screening Procedures In U.S.; Joe Biden Scores Huge Victory In South Carolina; China's Travel Industry Hoping Worst Is Over. Aired 2-3p ET
• Rep. John Lewis (D-GA) Participates In Selma March Today; Washington State Investigating Possible Outbreak At Nursing Facility; Bernie Sanders Looks To Take Back Moment On Super Tuesday; Soon: Asia Markets Set To Open For Trading; Trump's Media Allies Downplay Coronavirus Risk; Seventy-Four Coronavirus Cases Confirmed In U.S.; Pence Defends Trump Jr. Claim Democrats Want "Millions To Die"; Trump To Visit Centers For Disease Control This Week; Harry And Meghan's New Life In Canada. Aired 4-5p ET
• Rep. John Lewis (D-GA): Vote Like You've Never Voted Before; Biden Wins Every County In South Carolina Primary; Aide Says, Buttigieg Is Suspending His Campaign; Trump Announces New Coronavirus Screening Procedures In The U.S.; Right-Wing Media Says Virus Fears Whipped Up To Hurt Trump. Aired 6-7p ET
• Pete Buttigieg Suspending Presidential Bid; Joe Biden Campaign Could Benefit From Buttigieg Dropping Out; Celebrities Rallying Up Sanders Campaign In California; Michael Bloomberg's First Time To Be On The Ballot On Super Tuesday; Rep. John Lewis (D-GA) On 55th Anniversary Of Bloody Sunday In Selma, Alabama; The Windsors: Inside the Royal Dynasty. Aired 7-8p ET
• Buttigieg Ends 2020 Presidential Bid; Pete Buttigieg To Speak After Ending Campaign; Second Coronavirus Death Confirmed In Washington State. Aired 8-9p ET


February 29, 2020
• Coronavirus Outbreak; Stocks Plunge in Worst Week Since 2008; War in Syria. Aired 3-3:30a ET
• Coronavirus Outbreak; Stocks Plunge in Worst Week Since 2008; America's Choice 2020; U.S.-Taliban Deal; War in Syria; Winter Sports Threatened by Global Warming. Aired 4-5a ET
• Coronavirus Outbreak; Stocks Plunge in Worst Week since 2008; Pentagon Prepares for Virus Impact; America's Choice 2020; U.S.- Taliban Deal; Farewell to George Howell. Aired 5-6a ET
• Four Reported Cases in U.S. of Coronavirus Not Related to Travel; U.S. Health Facilities Prepare for Possible Coronavirus Pandemic; World Stock Markets Falter over Fears of Coronavirus Spread; South Carolina Primary Polls Open for Voting on Democratic Presidential Candidates; Polling Shows Joe Biden Leading Democratic Presidential Candidates in South Carolina; President Trump Accuses Democrats of Politicizing Coronavirus Spread; U.S. and Taliban Negotiate Peace Agreement in Afghanistan; Democratic Presidential Candidate Michael Bloomberg Campaigns in Super Tuesday States. Aired 10-11a ET
• Fifty-Four Delegates Up For Grabs In The First Democratic Primary In The South; Interview With Tom Steyer (D), Presidential Candidate; Coronavirus Outbreak; Trump Suggests Supporters Vote For Sanders In South Carolina Primary; Four New U.S. Coronavirus Cases Not Travel-Related; Voting In South Carolina Primary Underway Right Now; U.S. Signs Historic Agreement With Taliban. Aired 11a-12p ET
• President Trump, Vice President Pence, And Health And Human Services Secretary Alex Azar Hold Press Conference Announcing First Death In U.S. From Coronavirus; President Trump And Vice President Pence Answer Questions About U.S. Preparedness For Coronavirus Spread; U.S. Government Advises Americans Against Travel To Areas In Italy And South Korea With High Infection Rates Of Coronavirus; South Carolina Primary Voting Begins; Bernie Sanders Campaign Co-Chair, Nina Turner Is Interviewed On Senator Bernie Sanders Campaign In South Carolina Proposals For New Government Spending. Aired 2-3p ET
• Fifty-Four Delegates Up For Grabs In The First Democratic Primary In The South; Voting In South Carolina Primary Underway Right Now; Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-MA), Presidential Candidate, Gets $9 Million Ad Boost From Super PAC; Donald Trump To Hold News Conference On Coronavirus At 1:30 P.M. Eastern; Biden Hoping For A Victory In South Carolina; Candidates Explain Why They're An Alternative To Sanders; South Korea Now Has Most Coronavirus Cases Outside Mainland China; Trump To Nominate Rep. John Ratcliffe As Intel Chief Again. Aired 12-1p ET
• Voting In South Carolina Primary Underway Right Now; Rep. Mark Pocan (D-WI) Is Interviewed About What Health And Human Services Is Doing About The Coronavirus; First Coronavirus Death Confirmed In The U.S.; Will Trump Again Try To Calm Markets Panicking Over Coronavirus?; President Trump Gives A Press Briefing On The Coronavirus & Afghan War Negotiations. Aired 1-2p ET
• Trump Says No Need To Panic After First U.S. Coronavirus Death; Voting Underway In Pivotal South Carolina Primary; Moody's Chief Economist, Mark Zandi, Discusses Coronavirus & Markets; How Good Is The S.C. Primary At Picking A Nominee? Aired 3-4p ET
• Former Vice President Joe Biden: Democrats Wants A Nominee Who's A Democrat; Former Vice President Joe Biden Wins South Carolina Primary; Vice President Mike Pence To CNN: We Could Have More Coronavirus Deaths; 2020 Democrats To Cross Paths Tomorrow In Selma, Alabama. Aired 10-11p ET
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February 28, 2020
• Dow Plunges Another 1,200 Points on Virus Fears; Japan's PM Asks Schools to Close to Halt Spread; Confirmed Cases in South Korea Soar Over 2,000; Syrian Offensive Terrorizes Children in Idlib; 180 Million Students Being Homeschooled Because of Coronavirus; Scientists Link Destructive Swarm to Climate Change. Aired 12-1a ET
• Asia Markets Down Sharply After Wall Street Slide; California Cases Raises Concerns For Community Spread; At Least 33 Turkish Soldiers Killed In Syrian Airstrike; Japan's PM Asks Schools Close Starting Monday; 180 Million Students Being Homeschooled; East Africa Suffering Worst Attack in 25 Years. Aired 1-2a ET
• Turkey Seeks Revenge For 33 Soldiers Killed In Idlib; Virus Spread Prompts School Closures In Japan, China; Scientist Link Destructive Swarm To Climate Change; NATO to Meet Friday as Deadly attack on Turkish Soldiers Threatens to Further Inflame Tensions with Syria Amid a Worsening Humanitarian Crisis; Coronavirus is Spreading Fast Around the World and Taking a Costly Toll on Financial Markets; The United States Steps Up Virus Testing. Aired 2-3a ET
• Stock Markets Plunge as Coronavirus Rises; Bernie Sanders Praises a Dictator Regime; Three Countries Added to the List; Peace Far from Being Felt; P.M. Netanyahu Not Retiring Yet From Politics. Aired 3-3:30a ET
• Stocks Tanking Again on Coronavirus Fears; South Carolina Set to Vote; Coronavirus Global Pandemic Inevitable?. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• Vice President's Office to Okay Public Health Press Appearances; Twenty-Eight Native American Women Missing or Killed in Montana; South Carolina Primary Tomorrow. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• Stocks on Track for Worst Week Since 2008; Turkish Soldiers Killed in Airstrike; Democrats Make Final Push for South Carolina. Aired 9:30-10a
• California Monitoring 8,400 People for Coronavirus; CDC Issues New Rules on Coronavirus Testing; U.S. Stocks on Track for Worst Week Since 2008 Financial Crisis; Interview with Representative Donna Shalala (D-FL) about the latest on Coronavirus; Lawmakers in U.S. Briefed as Coronavirus Fears Grow; Florida Democrats Slam Sanders Over Castro Comments; Democrats Make Final Push Before Critical South Carolina Primary. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• Coronavirus Leads to New Normal for Eating Fast Food in China; Your Travel Questions About the Coronavirus are Answered; "Race for The White House" Airs Sunday at 9 PM. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• Countries Around The World Take Drastic Measures Amid Crisis; Democrats Make Final Push Before Critical South Carolina Primary; 2,800 Dead, 83,000+ Coronavirus Cases Around The World. Aired 10- 10:30a ET
• WHO Officials Warn Of Pandemic Potential; Urgent Race To Solve Mystery OF U.S. Patient's Contacts; Whistleblower Says U.S. Crews With Infected Lacked Gear And Training. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• Pence Leading Coronavirus Response But Still Heading to Florida to Fundraise; Jason Schwartz, assistant professor at Yale School of Public Health, Discusses Coronavirus, Vaccines & Answers Viewers' Questions; Trump's Media Allies Downplay Coronavirus Risk, Accuse Democrats of Weaponizing Virus; Donald Trump Jr.: Democrats Hope Virus "Kills Millions" to Tank Economy and Hurt Trump; Corona Beer Suffering Negative Buzz over Coronavirus; Cruise Lines Take Hit over Coronavirus and Market Fall. Aired 2:30-3p ET


February 27, 2020
• America's Choice 2020; CNN Hosts Four Democratic Presidential Town Halls; South Carolina Could be Make-Or-Break For Joe Biden; Democratic Candidates Slam Bernie Sanders At CNN Town Hall; Wisconsin Shooting, Five Dead After Gunman Opens Fire At Beverage Company; Coronavirus Outbreak, Japan Admits Quarantine Flaw; Cruise Ship Exposed To Virus As They Worked; Simpson Bid Adieu To Voice Of Apu; Pope's Message, Give Up Useless Words, Gossip For Lent; Just Call Him Harry; Possible Community Transmission Being Investigated in California; Experts Calling Everyone to be Vigilant; South Korea-U.S. Military Exercise on Halt; Middle East Ramping Up Measures on Virus Spread. Aired 3-4a ET
• Coronavirus Outbreak; Trump Budget Cuts; War in Syria; Deadly Clashes in India; Cruise Ship Crew Exposed to Virus as They Worked; Iran Cancels Friday Prayers in Affected Cities; Former White House Doctor Admits Dietary Deceit; Actor Explains Why He'll Stop Voicing 'Simpsons' Character. Aired 12-1a ET
• California May Have First Case Of Community Spread; Trump Contradicts His Own Health Officials; Presidential Candidates Responds To Gun Control Questions; U.S. Preparing for Potential Outbreak Across Country; Cruise Ship Crew Exposed to Virus as They Worked; Virus Forces Fast Food Chain to Adapt to New Normal. Aired 1-2a ET
• U.S. Stocks Finished Mixed After Sharp Drops This Week; U.S. Health Officials Urge Americans To Prepare; Muslims Targeted In New Delhi Sectarian Violence; Coronavirus Outbreak; America's Choice 2020; Trump Budget Cuts. Aired 2-3a ET
• Dow Drops As U.S. Officials Warn Of Coronavirus Spread; Vulnerable House Democrats Fearful Possible Sanders Nomination Will Cost Them Their Seats. Aired 10-10:30a ET
• Dow Drops on Coronavirus Warning; Rep. Eric Swalwell (D-CA) is Interviewed on Coronavirus Response; Shooting at Milwaukee Brewery. Aired 9:30-10a
• Racism, Xenophobia on Rise as Coronavirus Spreads; Vice President Pence Right Person to Head Coronavirus Response?; Democrats Fan Out Across South Carolina, Super Tuesday States; Markets Plummet Again on Coronavirus Fears. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• Pence Once Downplayed Risk of Smoking -- It Doesn't Kill; Trump's Credibility on Truth Amid Health Crisis; Italy Predicts $5 Billion Tourism Loss from Coronavirus; Iran At Epicenter of Coronavirus Cases in Mideast; Young Democrats Weigh in on Critical South Carolina Primary; Syrian Offensive Terrorizes Children in Idlib Province. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• Wall Street Bracing as U.S. Officials Warn of Coronavirus Spread; CDC Confirms First Coronavirus Case of Unknown Origin in U.S.; Trump Downplays Risk Amid Growing Concerns of Health Crisis; Democratic Candidates Make Final Pitch to Voters Ahead of South Carolina Primary; Battered Markets Expected to Drop for the Fourth Straight Day. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• Interview with Ambassador Richard Haass; Molson Coors Employee Killed Five Yesterday; Joe Biden Leads South Carolina Polls. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• Democrats Blast Trumps Response To Coronavirus Outbreak; First Coronavirus Case Of Unknown Origin Confirmed In The U.S.; Democrats Fan Out Across South Carolina, Super Tuesday States As Clock Ticks. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• Dr. Celine Gounder Answers Viewers' Question on Coronavirus Preparation; Bloomberg Discloses Heart Information & Calls on Sanders to Do Same; Biden Reflects on How Repeated Tragedies Have Impacted His Live; Police Says Gunman Killed 5 Co-Workers at Milwaukie Brewery; Markets Plunge Amid Rising Fears of Coronavirus as CDC Confirms First Coronavirus Case of "Unknown" Origin in U.S. Aired 2:30-3p ET


February 26, 2020
• Did Not Air 12-1a ET
• U.S. CDC Official Warns American Virus Will Spread; Trump Publicly Downplays Concerns About Virus; Rivals Take Aim At Frontrunner Bernie Sanders; Tokyo 2020: Olympics Preparations Continue as Planned; Sanders' Outreach to African American Voters Pay Off; Closed Gates, Empty Streets at Shanghai Disneyland. Aired 1-2a ET
• Fears Grow Of Deadly Infection Spreading In U.S.; Nearly 700 Cases Of Virus Linked To Cruise Ship In Japan; African-American Votes Key To A South Carolina Win; Rivals Take Direct Aim at Front-Runner Bernie Sanders; Coronavirus Outbreak; Biden Hits Steyer for Buying Stake in Private Prison System. Aired 2-3a ET
• U.S. Officials Say COVID-19 Should be Taken Seriously; Violence Claimed 20 Protesters in India; Virus Chooses No Color and Status; Egypt's Modern-Day Pharaoh Dies at 91; Political Rivals All Attacking Bernie Sanders; Huge Ice Sheets Melted in Antarctica. Aired 3-3:30a ET
• Trump to Hold News Conference on Coronavirus; Chuck Schumer to Request $8.5 Billion in Emergency Coronavirus Funding; Battered Markets Fueling Trump's Worry Over Virus; Congressman James Clyburn of South Carolina to Give Influential Endorsement Soon; Democratic Rivals Target Front-Runner Bernie Sanders in South Carolina Debate; Buttigieg Notes Lack of Diversity Among Democrats on Debate Stage. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• Democratic Debate Fallout; President Trump to Hold News Conference on Coronavirus. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• Clyburn Endorses Biden; Dow Rises after Coronavirus Jitters; Democrats Battle over South Carolina. Aired 9:30-10a
• Michael Bloomberg Airs Ads Featuring Barack Obama; Interview with Former Jeb Bush Campaign Director; Interview with Former Senator William Cohen (R-ME). Aired 10:30-11a ET
• Judge Criticizes Trump's Attacks on Juror in Roger Stone Case; White House Weighing More Travel Restrictions over Coronavirus; Body Cam Shows Arrest of Sobbing Six-Year-Old Girl by Police; Singer Reveals She Left Public Eye Because of Rape. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• Trump To Hold News Conference On Coronavirus At 6:00 P.M. Eastern Time After Briefing From U.S. Health Officials; Influential Rep. James Clyburn (D-SC) Endorses Biden; Study Abroad Programs Suspended Over Coronavirus Concerns. Aired 10-10:30a ET
• Congress Grills Defense Secretary For Diverting Funds To Border Wall; Lawmakers Grill Two Trump Administration Officials On Coronavirus Response; S.C. Voters React To Raucous Democratic Debate; Jamie Self, "The State" Political Reporter, Discusses Clyburn Endorsing Biden Ahead Of S.C. Primary, Steyer Spending Big On Advertising. Aired 2:30-3p ET
• President Trump To Address The Nation About Coronavirus; Preparations For Tokyo Olympics Continuing As Planned; Rep. Jim Clyburn (D-SC) Endorses Joe Biden. Aired 2-2:30p ET


February 25, 2020
• Kobe Bryant Memorial At The Staples Center; Vanessa Bryant Honors Her Soulmate Kobe At Memorial; Jordan, When Kobe Bryant Died, A Piece Of Me Died; Thousands of Miles Apart but United by Common Goals; Harvey Weinstein Found Guilty of Two Sex Charges; Coronavirus Uptick Raising Alarm Bells in South Korea and Italy. Aired 3-4a ET
• Cases Surge Outside Of Mainland China; Virus Taking A Heavy Toll On Major Economies; Trump And Modi Meet For Talks In New Delhi; Italy Enacts Containment Measures in Affected Areas; Disgraced Movie Mogul Convicted of Two Sex Crimes. Aired 1-2a ET
• Coronavirus Outbreak; Trump Visits India; Harvey Weinstein Found Guilty on Two Counts ; American Passenger Finally Disembarks Cruise Ship; China Fires Back at CNN Report on Data Leak. Aired 12-1a ET
• Seven Democrats To Face Off In South Carolina Debate Tonight; Trump Downplays Virus Threat, Infected People Getting Better. Aired 10-10:30a ET
• Trump Downplays Coronavirus Threat; Interview with Representative Denny Heck (D-WA) about Russian Meddling and Bernie Sanders; Seven Democrats to Face Off in South Carolina Debate Tonight; Trump and Democratic Contenders Vie for Key Union Endorsements; Dow Plunges 1,000 Points as Coronavirus Fears Spike. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• Trump Attacks Stone Trial Juror and Judge; Interview With Sen. Tammy Duckworth (D-IL); Democratic Candidates Expected to Target Bernie Sanders in Debate; Dow Tanking Again. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• Dow Opens Higher After Plunge; Candidates Vying for Key Union Endorsements; Jury Convicts Weinstein. Aired 9:30-10a
• Outbreak Still Rattling Stock Markets In Asia; Senator Bernie Sanders Wins Nevada Caucuses; Trump And Modi Issue Joint Statements After Talks. Aired 2-3a ET
• Rivals Turn Up Heat on Sanders Ahead of Debate Tonight; Trump Says Sotomayor And Ginsburg Should Recuse Themselves from His Cases; Vanessa Bryant And Jordan Give Emotional Farewells to Kobe. Player Hits Record Hours After Speaking at Kobe Memorial. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• President Trump Doing Little to Combat Foreign Election Interference; Bernie Denies Accusation He Wanted to Primary Barack Obama in 2012; Trump Calls for Sonia Sotomayor and Ruth Bader Ginsburg Supreme Court Recusal. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• Critical Debate Tonight In South Carolina As Bernie Sanders Surges; The CDC Warning Americans To Begin Preparing For The Possibility Of An Outbreak; Trump Minimizes Threat Of Coronavirus As Markets Take A Punch. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• Trump: Sotomayor & Ginsberg Should Recuse From My Cases; Judge In Roger Stone Case Issues Stinging Rebuke To Trump; Model & Alleged Victim, Ambra Battilana Gutierrez, Discusses The Weinstein Trial Verdict; Dow Drops Over 1,000 Points Over Fears Of Coronavirus Impact On Global Economies. Aired 2:30-3p ET


February 24, 2020
• President Trump and Prime Minister Modi Patting Each Other's Back; Alarming Rise of Infected People in South Korea; Italy Still Looking for Patient Zero; President Trump Welcomed by a Huge Crowd in India. Aired 3-4a ET
• Sources: Trump Tells Aides He Wants Fewer People Working for Him; Stocks Set to Drop Amid Coronavirus Fears; Stocks Set to Tumble as Coronavirus Spreads Outside China; Democrats Pivot to South Carolina After Bernie Sanders' Landslide Win in Nevada. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• Trump Arrives in India for State Visit; Italy Imposes Strict Measure to Contain Coronavirus Outbreak; Trump To Land In Ahmedabad Shorty, Huge Crowds Expected; South Korea Confirms More Than 760 Cases Of Virus; Number Of Cases Surges Beyond Mainland China. Aired 1-2a ET
• Trump Begins First Official Visit To India; Coronavirus Outbreak Spreads Beyond China; Number of Cases Surges Beyond Mainland China; Italy Imposes Strict Measures To Contain Outbreak; South Korea Raising Crisis Alert To Highest Level; Total Number Of "Diamond Princess" Infections Rises To 691; Global Stocks Fall As Virus Continues To Spread; CNN Projects Bernie Sanders Wins Nevada Caucuses; Israel And Palestinian Militants Exchange Fire; Global Stocks Fall As Virus Continues To Spread. Aired 2-3a ET
• Remembering Kobe and Gianna Bryant. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• Stocks Tumble on Coronavirus Fears; Weinstein Jury Resumes Deliberations; Memorial for Bryant and Other Crash Victims; New Public Charge Rule Allowed. Aired 9:30-10a
• Interview with South Carolina State Senator Marlon Kimpson (D); Celebration of Life for Kobe Bryant in Los Angeles Today; Prince Harry and Meghan Markle to Drop "Royal" from Title of Charitable Organization. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-VT) Surging As Democratic Candidates Enter Critical Stretch; Sources Say, Trump Tells Aides He Wants Fewer People Working For Him, Only Loyalists In Key Positions; Weinstein Jury Resumes Deliberations For A Fifth Day. Aired 10-10:30a ET
• Thousands of Fans and Loved Ones Attend Memorial for Kobe Bryant; Senate Democrats Call on Trump to Sanction Russia for 2020 Election Meddling; Weinstein Guilty of Criminal Sex Act And 3rd Degree Rape; Dow Drops as Coronavirus Cases Surge Outside Asia. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• Remembering Kobe And Gianna Bryant. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• Public Memorial For Kobe And Gianna Bryant. Aired 2:30-3p ET
• Fears Of A Global Pandemic Mount As The Coronavirus Cases Spike; President Trump Gets VIP Treatment In His Visit To India; Israeli Military Says It Launched A Series Of Stikes Targeting Militant Group Islamic Jihad In Gaza And Syria; Japan Is Facing Scrutiny Over How They Are Handling The Coronavirus; 23 Passengers Allowed to Leave Cruise Ship Without Proper Testing; Global Stocks Fall as Virus Continues to Spread; G-20 Finance Chiefs Signal Readiness to Act; Narendra Modi's Rise to Prime Minister of India. Aired 12-1a ET


February 23, 2020
• Early Vote Boosts Turnout In Nevada Caucuses, But Concerns Remain; Nevada Dem Chair Refuses To Outline Penalty For Violation NDA; More Departures Expected At Nation's Top Intel Office; Source: U.S. Intel Says Russia Already Meddling In Election; Weinstein Jurors Appear Deadlocked On Two Charges; Biden On Russian Meddling: Putin Doesn't Want Me To Win; Warren Campaign Announces They've Raised $14 Million, Doubling Their Goal; Around 105 Children Have Died From Flu In U.S. So Far. Aired 1-2p ET
• Bernie Sanders Wins Nevada Caucuses, CNN Projects; Coronavirus Outbreak; Intelligence Community Feels Immediate Impact of Trump's Diplomatic "Disrupter"; Trump Departs for India. Aired 3-3:30a ET
• Bernie Sanders Wins Nevada Caucuses, CNN Projects; Coronavirus Outbreak; 2019-2020 Flu Season; Warren Attacks Bloomberg after Nevada; Controversy over L.A.'s New Voting Machines; Trump Departs for India; Intelligence Community Feels Immediate Impact of Trump's Diplomatic "Disruptor"; Earthquake at Turkey-Iran Border; Bullied Australian Boy Gets an Ovation; Zamboni Driver Wins for Hurricanes. Aired 5-6a ET
• Bernie Sanders Wins Nevada Caucuses, CNN Projects; Coronavirus Outbreak; Intelligence Community Feels Immediate Impact Of Trump's Diplomatic "Disruptor"; Trump Departs For India; 2019-2020 Flu Season; Warren Attacks Bloomberg After Nevada; The Love/Hate Relationship Between Michael Bloomberg And Donald Trump. Aired 4-5a ET
• Bernie Sanders To Win Nevada Caucuses; Buttigieg Campaign Alleges Irregularities In Nevada Vote; Interview With Rep. James Clyburn (D-SC); Russia Trying To Help Both Trump And Sanders; Buttigieg Campaign Alleges Irregularities In Nevada Vote; Biden Flip- Flops After Repeatedly Calling South Carolina A Firewall. Aired 2-3p ET
• Joe Biden Looks To African-Americans To Win South Carolina; Bernie Sanders Projected To Win Nevada Caucuses; Interview With Rep. Marc Veasey (D-TX); Trump Accuses Adam Schiff Of Leaking Intel On Russia To Hurt Sanders; Sanders' Message To Russia: Stay Out Of American Elections; Rival Candidates Attack Sanders After Nevada Caucuses; Dem Candidates Switch Focus To South Carolina Primary; Kobe Bryant Memorial Service To Be Held In Los Angeles Tomorrow; Daredevil "Mad Mike" Dies In Homemade Rocket Launch. Aired 4-5p ET
• Support For Joe Biden Continues To Drop; White House Wants Congress To Release Funds To Battle Coronavirus; A Potential Bernie Sanders Versus Donald Trump In November; Pete Buttigieg Not Happy With Nevada Results; Healthy People Being Quarantined In China; A Tribute To NBA Legend Kobe Bryant. Aired 5-6p ET
• Joe Biden Campaign Likely Dependent on South Carolina Showing; Interview with Mayor Bill de Blasio (D-NY) on Support for Bernie Sanders; Interview with Timothy O'Brien on Mike Bloomberg Campaign. Aired 8-9p ET
• CNN Projects Bernie Sanders Wins Nevada Caucuses;' Rep. Anthony Brown (D-MD) Talks About Pete Buttigieg's Presidential Bid; Russian Interference In The 2020 Race Setting Off Shockwaves In Washington. Aired 3-4p ET
• Democrats Look To South Carolina After Sen. Bernie Sanders (I- VT) Wins In Nevada; Rep. Jim Clyburn (D-SC) To Announce Endorsement Days Before South Carolina Primary; Roger Stone Seeking To Disqualify Judge In His Case; Trump Attacks Roger Stone Jury Member, Calls Her Tainted; Judge Rejects Roger Stone's Attempt To Remove Her From Case; Mike Bloomberg Didn't Make Cut To Be Obama's VP. Aired 6-7p ET
• Marianne Williamson Endorses Bernie Sanders for President; Fears Grow as Cases Spike Worldwide; Intelligence Officer Appears to Have Overstated Assessment of 2020 Russian Meddling. Aired 7-8p ET


February 22, 2020
• Coronavirus Outbreak; U.S. Intel: Russia Trying to Help Sanders Campaign; Nevada Caucuses; Trump to Visit India; Harry and Meghan to Drop "Royal" from Brand. Aired 3-3:30a ET
• U.S. Intel: Russia Trying to Help Sanders Campaign; Nevada Caucuses; Coronavirus Outbreak; Iranian Elections; America's Longest War; Trump to Visit India; Harry and Meghan to Drop "Royal" from Brand. Aired 4-5a ET
• U.S. Intel: Russia Trying to Help Sanders Campaign; Warren Takes Aim at Bloomberg's Misogyny; Nevada Caucuses; Coronavirus Outbreak; Cooper versus Blago; Weinstein Trial; Trump to Visit India; Six Countries Added to Immigration Ban. Aired 5-6a ET
• Intelligence Officials Brief Congress that Russia is Attempting to Interfere in 2020 U.S. Election to Favor President Trump and Democratic Presidential Candidate Bernie Sanders; President Trump Selects German Ambassador Richard Grenell as New Acting Director of National Intelligence; Nevada Presidential Caucuses Soon Underway; Nevada Governor Steve Sisolak Interviewed on Integrity of Nevada Caucus Vote Tallying; Woman Arrested After Failing to Prove Her Two Children are Alive; Current Seasonal Flu Reportedly Caused Death of 100 Children; Prince Harry and Meghan Markle To Not Use the Word "Royal" as Part of Brand. Aired 10-11a ET
• 2020 Election Meddling; Early Vote Boosts Turnout In Nevada Caucuses But Concerns Remain; Coronavirus Outbreak; Critics Slam President Trump's Attacks On The Justice System. Aired 11a-12p ET
• Soon: Nevada Caucus-Goers Select Choice For Democratic Nominee; Officials: Russia Trying To Help Both Trump & Sanders; Sanders' Message To Russia: Stay Out Of American Elections; Early Vote Boosts Turnout In Nevada, But Concerns Remain; Mother Facing Two Counts Of Child Desertion; Blagojevich Declares Himself A Freed Political Prisoner. Aired 12-1p ET
• Early Vote Boosts Turnout In Nevada Caucuses, But Concerns Remain; Nevada Dem Chair Refuses To Outline Penalty For Violation NDA; More Departures Expected At Nation's Top Intel Office; Source: U.S. Intel Says Russia Already Meddling In Election; Weinstein Jurors Appear Deadlocked On Two Charges; Biden On Russian Meddling: Putin Doesn't Want Me To Win; Warren Campaign Announces They've Raised $14 Million, Doubling Their Goal; Around 105 Children Have Died From Flu In U.S. So Far. Aired 1-2p ET


February 21, 2020
• Passengers Still Disembarking from Cruise Ship in Japan; Nine Killed in Germany in 'Deeply Racist' Attack; Intel Officials Warn of Russian Interference in 2020 Election; Democratic Candidates Trade Shots at Debate; Scotland Yard: Mosque Attack Not Treated as Terrorism. Aired 12-1a ET
• China Reports 500 Plus Cases Of Coronavirus In Prisons; Intel Officials Warn Of Russia Interference In 2020 Election; Trump Ally Roger Stone Sentenced To 40 Months In Prison; Democratic Candidates Step Up Criticism Of Rivals; Iran Goes To Polls To Elect New Parliament; America's Choice 2020; Russia Targets to Meddle in U.S. 2020 Elections; Coronavirus Infects 500 Inmates in China; Virus Chooses no Faith; Far-right Extremism Rising in Germany. Aired 3-4a ET
• German Government Criticized After "Deeply Racist" Attack; Intelligence Officials Warn of Russian Interference in 2020 Election; Trump Ally Roger Stone Sentenced to 40 Months in Prison; Front-Runner Sanders Largely Unscathed after Debate; Attack at London Mosque not Treated as Terrorism; U.S. Presidential Candidates Plug Their Web Sites. Aired 1-2a ET
• Iranians Go To Polls To Elect New Parliament; Long Road Home For Quarantined Americans; Lesotho P.M. Charged With Murder Of First Wife; Coronavirus is Spreading Around the World with Confirmed Cases; German Government Criticized After Suspected Far-Right Attack; A Man Has Been Arrested on Suspicion of Attempted Murder After Stabbing Inside a Central London Mosque; Warren, Biden Step Up Criticism of Democratic Rivals; Trump Ally Roger Stone Sentenced to 40 Months in Prison; Intel Officials Warn of Russian Interference in 2020 Election. Aired 2-3a ET
• Source Says, Trump Irate At Outgoing Intel Chief After Lawmakers Briefed Russia Prefers Trump Be Re-Elected; Democratic Candidates Make Final Pitch Ahead Of Nevada Caucuses. Aired 10-10:30a ET
• Source: Trump Irate At Outgoing Intel Chief After Lawmakers Briefed Russia Prefers Trump Re-Elected; Jury Begins Day Four Of Deliberations In Weinstein Trial; Dems Slam Bloomberg On Stop-And- Frisk Policy During Fiery Debate. Aired 9:30-10a ET
• Trump Administration Purging Disloyal Government Employees?; Warren vs. Bloomberg; Judge Orders Deadlocked Harvey Weinstein Jury to Keep Deliberating. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• President Trump May Sign Peace Agreement with Taliban in Seven Days; Nevada Caucus Process Switched to Google Forms After Iowa; Interview with Andy Parker. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• Warren Taunts Bloomberg With Document to Release Women from NDAs; Trump Personnel Chief to Agencies: Look Out for Disloyal Staffers; GOP Blocks Election Security Bill as Russia Interferes. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• Trump Irate at Outgoing Intel Chief Over Russia Briefing to Lawmakers; Democratic Candidates Make Final Pitch Ahead of Nevada Caucuses; Senator Warren Crafts Form to Release People from Bloomberg's NDAs; Sources: Intel Officials Say Russia is Trying to Get Trump Re-elected. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• Trump's Purge Of Officials Make Way For Loyalists; Stakes Higher For Nevada Caucus Set For Tomorrow. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• Weinstein Jury Indicates It's Hung on at Least two Charges; Trump Rips "Parasite" Win, Longs for "Gone With the Wind"; Trump Ousts DNI after Briefing on Russia 2020 Election Meddling. Aired 2:30-3p ET


February 20, 2020
• Rivals Attack Bloomberg Out Of The Gate; U.S. Treating Americans Evacuated From Japan; Japan Allows More Passenger To Leave Quarantined Ship; Candidates Battle in Contentious Ninth Debate; Barr Clashes with Trump over Judicial Interference; Prince Harry and Meghan's Transition Period Begins March 31; Popular Toys May Be in Short Supply Due to Virus. Aired 1-2a ET
• Roger Stone Sentenced Amid Political Firestorm; Democrats Target Mike Bloomberg In His Debate Debut. Aired 10-10:30a ET
• Jury Begins Day 3 of Deliberations in Weinstein's Trial; Trump Names Staunch Loyalist as Acting Intelligence Chief; Elizabeth Warren Unleashes Attacks on Bloomberg. Aired 9:30-10a ET
• Sanders, Bloomberg Clash Over Business and Wealth; Warren Attacks Bloomberg for Past Comments. Aired 12-1a ET
• Evaluating Bernie Sanders' Debate Performance; Roger Stone Sentenced to Three Years in Prison. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• Roger Stone to be Sentenced Today; Democrat Face Off in Fiery Debate Ahead of Nevada Caucuses; Trump Ally Roger Stone Sentenced Amid Political Firestorm; Harvey Weinstein's Sexual Assault Trial Enter Day 3; Goldman Sachs Warns of Market Correction. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• Roger Stone Sentencing Due Today; Two Diamond Princess Cruise Passengers Dead from Coronavirus; Judge Jackson Agrees With Harsher Sentencing. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• Bloomberg Says Trump Was Real Winner of Last Night's Debate; Bloomberg's Debate Debut Widely Panned; Trump Won't Pardon Stone Now but Says Good Chance of Exoneration; Retired Federal Judge Says Bloomberg Was Wrong About Stop and Frisk but He Is Not A Racist. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• Candidates Battle In Contentious Ninth Debate; 10 Killed, Suspected Gunman Found Dead; U.S. Secretary of State To Meet Soon With Saudi Leaders. Aired 2-3a ET
• Roger Stone Sentenced to 3 Years, 4 Months in Prison; Bloomberg Battered During First Debate; Warren Has Strong Debate Performance; Battle Between Moderates Klobuchar & Buttigieg; Outrage Grows over Trump Naming Richard Grenell as Acting DNI. Aired 2:30-3p ET
• Fears Turned into Reality; Ten People Killed in Germany's Shooting; Many Questions Rick Grenell's Background; Democrats Targeted Michael Bloomberg on His First Debate; U.S. Wants to Have talks with Iran; Elections Underway in Iran Amid Economic Crisis. Aired 3-3:30a ET
• Roger Stone Has Just Been Sentenced To Three Years And Four Months In Federal Prison; Why Bloomberg Says Trump Is The Real Winner Of Last Night's Debate; Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand (D-NY) Reacts To 2020 Democratic Debate. Aired 2-2:30p ET


February 19, 2020
• Passengers Disembark Quarantined Cruise Ship In Japan; Rivals Accuse Bloomberg Of Buying Presidency; Killing Of Young Girl Causes National Outrage; U.S. Evacuated 300 plus American Citizens from Cruise Ship; U.K. Reeling from Storm Dennis. Aired 1-2a ET
• Health Experts Warns to Brace for Ramifications; President Trump Commutes Sentences of 11 Criminals; U.S. Designate Chinese Media as Communist Operatives; Harvey Weinstein's Trial Now Rolling in New York Courts; Mexico Reached an Alarming Crime Level; Royal Title Scraped Off. Aired 3-3:30a ET
• Democrat Take Battle to Debate Stage Ahead of Nevada Caucuses; Bill Barr Considered Resigning Over Trump's Interference; Trump Grants Clemency to 11 Convicted Felons; Trump Commutes Ex-Governor Rod Blagojevich's Sentence, Grants Clemency to 10 Others; Top Pentagon Policy Official Expected to Depart Administration; Analysts: Economic Impact of Coronavirus Could Be Limited to First Quarter. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• U.S. Evacuated 300+ American Citizens from Cruise Ship; Patients Quarantined in U.S. Receiving 'Supportive Care'; Bloomberg Face-Off with Rivals; Humanitarian Horror in Syria; Trump Commutes Blagojevich Sentence, Pardons Kerik and Milken; Takes Credit for Economy. Aired 12-1a ET
• Rivals Accuse Bloomberg Of Buying Presidency; Concerns Raised Over Early Voting In Nevada Caucuses; Deliberations Begin At The Harvey Weinstein Rape Trial. Aired 2-3a ET
• Bernie Sanders Under Fire Over Medical Records; Rod Blagojevich Speaks Out; Bloomberg Set For First Democratic Presidential Debate. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• Pentagon Official Leaves Administration; Democrats Vying for Latino Vote; Weinstein Jury Deliberation. Aired 9:30-10a
• Allegations Of Misogynistic And Sexist Comments Loom Over Bloomberg's First Debate; Source Says, Barr Considered Resigning Over Trump's Tweets. Aired 10-10:30a ET
• Sander's Campaign Says That Asking for Health Records Is A Smear; Buttigieg Fires Back After Limbaugh's Homophobic Attack; "New York" Magazine Says Obama Assured Sanders He Won't Intervene; Mom Featured in Bloomberg's Super Bowl Ad Speaks Out. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• Interview with Rep. Steven Horsford (D-NV); Wall Street Journalists Expelled by Chinese Government; Interview with Former Mayor Michael Nutter of Philadelphia. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• All The White-Collar Crimes Trump Forgave In 24 Hours; What's Behind Trump's Pardons & Clemency Spree?; Sanders Breaks With Ocasio- Cortez Over Medicare For All; Candidates Heavily Court Minority Working-Class Voters; Top Pentagon Policy Official, John Rood, Resigns; Rivals' Gloves Come Off As Bloomberg Hits Debate Stage For First Time. Aired 2:30-3p ET
• Bloomberg To Face Rivals For the First Time On Debate Stage; Donald Trump Testing William Barr By Continuing To Tweet On Justice Matters; Trump Commutes Blagojevich Sentence. Aired 2-2:30p ET


February 18, 2020
• China under Fire over Coronavirus; American Evacuees Test Positive for Virus after Leaving Cruise Ship; China's Mass Detention of Uyghur Muslims; Nevada Volunteers Concerned About Counting Process; FC Porto Striker Leaves Pitch after Racist Abuse; Amazon CEO Pledges $10 Billion to Fight Climate Change; Flooding Strikes Parts of the U.K. Aired 12-1a ET
• Fourteen American Evacuees From Japan Test Positive; U.N.: 900,000 Syrians Displaced Since December; Flooding Strikes Parts Of The U.K.; Americans Evacuated from Japan Quarantined Again in U.S.; Facebook Facing Increased Regulation. Aired 1-2a ET
• Americans Evacuated From Japan Quarantined Again In U.S.; Flooding Strikes Parts Of the U.K.; Democrats Campaign Ahead Of Saturday Caucuses; China under Fire over Coronavirus; American Evacuees Test Positive for Virus after Leaving Cruise Ship; China's Mass Detention of Uyghur Muslims. Aired 2-3a ET
• Bloomberg Qualifies For Democratic Debate In Nevada; Judge To Hear From Roger Stone Defense Team, DOJ Amid Sentencing Chaos; Hospital Director Dies Of Virus In Epicenter Of Wuhan. Aired 10-10:30a ET
• Federal Judges' Association Calls Emergency Meeting After DOJ Intervenes in Roger Stone's Case; Judge to Hear from Roger Stone's Defense Team and DOJ Amid Sentencing Chaos Today; One Hundred and Fifty-Plus Quarantined Americans to Be Released Today; Mike Bloomberg Qualifies for Democratic Debate in Nevada. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• Passengers to Undergo Another Excruciating 14-day Quarantine; Democrat Candidates Prepare for Primary Elections; No Break from Heavy Flooding in the U.K. Aired 3-3:30a ET
• Bloomberg Set to Debate Democratic Rivals; Trump Expresses Anger After Obama Touts Economic Record; Trump Commutes Sentences of Controversial Figures. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• Almost Half of China Currently Under Quarantine or Restricted Travel; Interview with Jim Messina; Boy Scouts of America Files for Bankruptcy. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• Americans Sent to Omaha from Evacuation Flights; Impact on Global Economy as Virus Spreads; Trump Lashes out at Obama; New Polls show Contested Convention; Deliberations to begin in Weinstein Trial. Aired 9:30-10a
• Ex-Bloomberg Aide Says He Should Skip Nevada Debate; Bloomberg Qualifies for Debate and Will Face Off with Rivals; Bolton Accuses White House of Censoring His Upcoming Book; Amazon's CEO Commits $10 Billion to Fight Climate Crisis; 500,000 Plus Children Displaced Since December Are in a Humanitarian Horror in Syria. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• Trump Commutes Blagojevich Sentence, Pardons Kerik & Milken; Trump: "I Make Barr's Job Harder But I'm Chief Law Enforcement Officer"; Kristian Ramos, Former Congressional Hispanic Caucus Spokesman, Discusses Why It May Not Be Easy For Democrats To Win Latino Support From Trump; Boy Scouts Of America Files For Bankruptcy. Aired 2:30-3p ET
• Trump Commutes Blagojevich Sentence, Pardons Kerik and Milken; Bloomberg Qualifies For Debates And Will Face Off With Rivals. Aired 2-2:30p ET


February 17, 2020
• Americans Return From Cruise Ship Hit by Coronavirus; Big Turnout for Early Voting in Nevada Caucuses; Former Justice Department Officials Call on William Barr to Resign; President Trump Serves as Grand Marshal at major NASCAR race; African Americans in Nevada Prepare to Choose Candidates; North Korea Responds Swiftly to Virus; The U.S. Centers for Disease Control Warns that Coronavirus is Likely to Impact the World for Months to Come and Even Beyond This Year; White Supremacists Propaganda More Than Doubled in 2019, ADL Reports; Kobe Bryant Honored at NBA All-Star Game; Quarantined Passengers Finally Touches U.S. Soil; Democrats with High Hopes in Primary States; Storm Dennis Floods U.K. Aired 3-4a ET
• Americans Evacuated from Quarantined Ship in Japan; Attorney General Bill Barr Ordered Reexamination of Michael Flynn Case; Candidates Sharpen Attacks on Bernie Sanders; Michael Bloomberg Surges in Polls Despite Past Policies; Fighting Forces Civilians to Flee Homes in Idlib; Swarm Could Endanger Food Security of Millions. Aired 1-2a ET
• Trump Serves As Grand Marshal At Major NASCAR Race; 14 American Passengers Evacuated From Cruise Ship Have Tested Positive For Virus; LAPD Officer Uses Basketball To Coach Kids To Better Future; Quarantined Americans in Cruise Ship Returning Home; Democratic Presidential Hopefuls Turn to Nevada; Bloomberg Surges, Gets Attacked on Past Comments to Women. Aired 2-3a ET
• Over 1,000 Former DOJ Officials Call on Barr to Resign; Thousands of Democrats Turn Out for First-Day of Voting in Nevada; Fears Grow Over Potential Nevada Caucus Malfunction; 14 Americans Test Positive for Coronavirus After Being Evacuated; Evacuated Americans Share Video of Journey Home; One American Chooses to Stays in Japanese Cruise Ship; 99 New Cases of Coronavirus on Quarantined Ship in Japan. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• Rep. Gregory Meeks (D-NY) Endorses Michael Bloomberg; Interview with Culinary Workers Union Secretary-Treasurer; Maternal Death Rates in U.S. Discriminate by Race. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• Biden Looks for Nevada Win; Civilians Flee Syrian's War; Rep. Dina Titus (D-NV) is Interviewed about Biden. Aired 9:30-10a ET
• Calls Increase For Attorney General Bill Barr to Resign; 14 Americans Test Positive for Coronavirus; Early Voting Begins in Nevada. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• 14 Americans Test Positive For Coronavirus After Being Evacuated; 1,100+ Former DOJ Officials Cal On Barr To Resign; Nevada Caucuses Less Than A Week Out, Early Voting Underway. Aired 10-10:30a ET
• Over 2000 Justice Department Staffers Say Barr Should Resign. Bloomberg And Sanders Trade Barbs Ahead of Nevada Caucuses; Global Conference Reveals Rift Between U.S. And Europe; Wine Prices Expected to Hit Lowest Point in Five Years. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• Selena Torres (D), Nevada State Assemblywoman, Discusses Nevada Democrats Seeking To Avoid Repeat Of Iowa Caucus Chaos; Leaked Documents Show Lengths China Is Taking To Allegedly Detain Muslims; Trump Camp Deletes Dramatic Air Force One Picture At Daytona 500 After Twitter Points Out It's From 2004; Man Sues L.A. Hospital After Wife Dies During Childbirth. Aired 2:30-3p ET
• Fighting Forces Civilians to Flee Homes in Idlib; Benefit Raises Millions to Aid Bushfire Recovery. Aired 12-1a ET
• Democrats Take Aim At Bloomberg As He Rises In National Poll; 14 American Evacuees Test Positive For Coronavirus After Leaving Ship; More Than 1,000 Former Justice Department Officials Now Calling On Attorney General Bill Barr To Resign. Aired 2-2:30p ET


February 16, 2020
• Coronavirus Outbreak: Hundreds of Americans to Evacuate Cruise Ship; Trump Looks to Reward Loyalists after Impeachment Trial; America's Choice 2020; NBA All-Star Tribute. Aired 3-3:30a ET
• Coronavirus Outbreak: Hundreds of Americans to Evacuate Cruise Ship; Trump Looks to Reward Loyalists after Impeachment Trial; U.S. and Taliban Agree to Violence Reduction Proposal; Pelosi Leads U.S. Congressional Delegation in Germany; America's Choice 2020; NBA All- Star Tribute. Aired 4-5a ET
• Coronavirus Outbreak: Hundreds of Americans to Evacuate Cruise Ship; America's Choice 2020; U.S. and Taliban Agree to Violence Reduction Proposal; Needy Patients in China Struggle to Get Treatment; White House Whirlwind; Battle of the Billionaires; NBA All-Star Tribute. Aired 5-6a ET
• Former DOJ Officials Want William Barr's Resignation; Nevada Democratic Caucus Early Voting Underway; Americans From Diamond Princess Going Back To The U.S. From Japan As Growing Concerns For Coronavirus Intensify; NBA Honors Kobe Bryant In All-Star Games; Growing Racial Hate In America; Elie Honig Answers Legal Questions In "Cross-Exam'; High Rates Of Maternal Mortality In The U.S. Aired 5-6p ET
• Early Voters See Long Lines In Nevada Precincts: U.S. Evacuating Americans On Ship Quarantined Over Coronavirus; Former Justice Department Officials Demanding U.S. Attorney General Bill Barr Resign. Aired 3-4p ET
• U.S. Evacuating Americans On Ship Quarantined Over Coronavirus; Democrats Crisscross Nevada Days Before Caucuses; Ex-Justice Department Officials Call For A.G. Barr's Resignation; Customs And Border Agents Deployed To Sanctuary Cities; Dozens More Women Come Forward After Andrew Yang's Wife Told CNN She Was Sexually Assaulted By Her Doctor; Thousands Feel Violence Near Syria-Turkey Border. Aired 2-3p ET
• More Than 1,100 Ex-Justice Department Officials Call For Bill Barr's Resignation; Rep. Madeleine Dean (D-PA) Is Interviewed On Call For A.G. Barr To Resign; Democratic Candidates Pivot To Diverse States Like Nevada And South Carolina; U.S. Evacuating Americans On Ship Quarantined Over Coronavirus; Some Republicans Look To Disrupt South Carolina Democratic Primary; Residents Flee As Pearl River Nears Historic Flood Levels; Miami Heat's Derrick Jones Jr. Wins Controversial Dunk Contest; Lakers Star Dwight Howard Honors Kobe Bryant During Dunk Contest. Aired 4-5p ET
• Early Voting Underway In Nevada Democratic Caucuses; Biden: I Just Have To Do Well In Nevada; U.S. Evacuating Some Americans On Quarantined Ship; NBA Renames All-Star MVP Trophy To Honor Kobe Bryant; Michael Bloomberg Faces Scrutiny Over Past Controversial Comments. Aired 6-7p ET
• More Than 1,000 Former Justice Department Officials Call For Attorney General Bill Barr To Resign; Democrats Crisscross Nevada Days Before Caucuses; Kobe Bryant, Daughter Gianna To Be Honored At NBA All-Star Game; Hundreds Of Americans Flying Home After Cruise Ship Quarantine; Businesses Pay The Price Amid Virus Fears; Bloomberg Faces Criticism For Past Comments On Discriminatory Practices; Viral Video Has People Debating Reclining Seats On Planes; The Windsors: Inside The Royal Dynasty. Aired 7-8p ET
• More than 1,100 Former DOJ Officials Demand Attorney General Bill Barr to Resign; Candidates Target Bernie Sanders Ahead of Nevada Caucuses. Aired 8-9p ET


February 15, 2020
• Americans to Be Evacuated from Diamond Princess Cruise Ship; Chinese Medical Workers at Risk; U.S. Assures Afghans It Will Not Abandon Them after Peace Deal; Barr Orders Re-Examination of Michael Flynn's Case; Avenatti Guilty on All Counts in Nike Extortion Trial; Manchester City's European Ban; Airplane Seat Etiquette. Aired 3-3:30a ET
• Barr Orders Re-Examination of Michael Flynn's Case; Roger Stone Requests New Trial; Avenatti Guilty on All Counts in Nike Extortion Trial; Americans to Be Evacuated from Diamond Princess Cruise Ship; U.S. Assures Afghans It Will Not Abandon Them after Peace Deal; Trump Wants Military Funds for Border Wall; America's Choice 2020; Syrian Conflict; Summer Olympics. Aired 4-5a ET
• Barr Orders Re-Examination of Michael Flynn's Case; Syrian Conflict; Americans to Be Evacuated from Diamond Princess Cruise Ship; Dozens of Accusers Emerge after Andrew Yang's Wife Reveals Sexual Assault; Zelensky Speaks at Munich Security Conference. Aired 5-6a ET
• Democratic Presidential Candidates Campaign in Nevada; Nevada Caucus Site Leader Interviewed on Technology Used to Track Voting; Democratic Presidential Primary in South Carolina to Follow Nevada Caucus; Attorney General William Barr Rebukes President Trump's Tweets on Cases being Handled by Justice Department; Ukrainian President Zelensky Grants First Interview after Trump Impeachment Scandal; NBA to Honor Kobe Bryant During All-Star Weekend. Aired 10-11a ET
• Ukrainian President Speaks Out About Trump's Impeachment Trial; Europe Records Its First Coronavirus Death; Early Voting Underway In Nevada Ahead Of Next Week's Caucuses; Barr's Public Rebuke Of Trump Sparks Debate Over Motives; Trump & Bloomberg: Battle Of New York Billionaires. Aired 11a-12p ET
• President Zelensky: I'm Ready For My Next Call With President Donald Trump; President Zelensky Rejects Donald Trump's Claim That Ukraine Is Corrupt; House Speaker Nancy Pelosi Reaffirms U.S. Commitment To NATO, Calls It "Iron Clad"; Early Voting Underway In Nevada Ahead Of Next Week's Caucuses; Democrats Courting A Diverse Voter Block In Nevada; Barr's Public Rebuke Of Trump Sparks Debate Over Motives; Justice Department Drops Criminal Investigation Against Andrew McCabe; Major Teachers Unions Call To End School Shooting Drills; "The Windsors: Inside The Royal Dynasty" Premieres Tomorrow At 10 P.M. ET. Aired 12-1p ET
• Pelosi Defends Decision To Rip State Of The Union Address; Rep. Raja Krishnamoorthi (D-IL) Is Interviewed About What Nancy Pelosi Said About The State Of The Union Address; Ukrainian President Invites Trump To Visit Kiev, Hopes To Visit White House; Trump May Stop Aides From Hearing Calls With Foreign Leaders; Fourteen-Year-Old Arrested In NYC College Freshman's Murder; Questions Over A.G. Barr's Motives & Independence After Intervening In Stone Case & Reexamining Flynn Case; Brother Of Ohio State Abuse Victim Says Rep. Jim Jordan Involved In Cover-Up. Aired 1-2p ET
• Rep. Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) On Trump Impeachment, No Acquittal Without A Trial; Fourteen-Year-Old Arrested In New York City College Freshman's Murder; Former Friends Turned Rivals Waging Political War; Will Bloomberg Qualify For Next Debate In Las Vegas; Buttigieg Only Candidate At Latino Conference That Could Name Mexican President; Biden Optimistic Nevada Will Launch Him Into First; Jamilah Lemieux, A Surrogate For Warren, Discusses Why She Supports The Campaign & Bill Maher Saying People Don't Want A Democrat Pushing "Too Far Out, Left, Wokey Stuff". Aired 3-4p ET
• Pelosi Defends Tearing Up Trump's State Of The Union Address; Barr's Public Rebuke Of Trump Sparks Debate Over Motives; Some South Carolina Republicans Urge Voters To Boost Sanders; Pro-Trump Group Accused Of Using Cash To Woo Black Voters; Americans To Be Evacuated From Cruise Ship Off Coast Of Japan; Kobe Bryant & Daughter To Be Honored At NBA All-Star Game; "The Windsors, Inside The Royal Dynasty" Premieres Tomorrow Night At 10:00 P.M. Aired 4-5p ET
• Long Lines, 3.5 Hour Wait At Nevada Precinct For Early Voting; House Speaker Pelosi Opens Up On Dem Presidential Battle; Operation Chaos Targets Democratic Primary Elections; Ukraine's President, Volodymyr Zelensky, Is Speaking Out About Infamous Call; Prince Harry And Meghan Markle Are Closing Up Shop At Buckingham Palace. Aired 7-8p ET
• Democrats Swarm Nevada; Christiane Amanpour Interviews Rep. Nancy Pelosi (D-CA); Bloomberg's Super Tuesday Splurge Dwarfs Competitors; Dozens Of Accusers Emerge After Andrew Yang's Wife Reveals Sexual Assault By Her OBGYN; Dr. Jennifer Caudle Discusses 83- Year-Old American Woman On Westerdam Cruise Ship Diagnosed With Coronavirus; Americans Being Evacuated From Cruise Ship Docked In Japan, First Coronavirus Death Outside Of Asia; Kobe Bryant & Daughter To Be Honored At NBA All-Star Game; "The Windsors: Inside The Royal Dynasty" Premieres Tomorrow Night At 10:00 P.M. Aired 5-6p ET
• Long Lines Of Early Voters And A Shortage Of Volunteers In Nevada; Christiane Amanpour Interviews Rep. Nancy Pelosi (D-CA); Bloomberg's Ad Campaign; At Least 29 Americans Aboard Cruise Ship Have The Virus; NBA Legend's Life And Legacy Honored; U.S.-Taliban Agree To Reduce Violence In Afghanistan; Thousands Flee Violence Near Syria- Turkey Border. Aired 8-9p ET


February 14, 2020
• Barr: Trump's Tweets Make It Impossible to Do Job; China Reports More than 64,000 Cases of Wuhan Virus; Family With Small Children Endures 14-Day Quarantine; France to Limit Access to Mont Blanc to Fight Overcrowding; Infection Takes a Toll on Frontline Healthcare Workers. Aired 12-1a ET
• Coronavirus Claims More Lives; Cathay Pacific Imposed a Forced Leave for Employees; Britain's Chancellor of the Exchequer Resigns; President Trump Shrug Off Bill Barr's Message; Battle of the Billionaires in 2020 Elections. Aired 3-3:30a ET
• Weeks into Outbreak, CDC Still Not Invited to China; Australia Drought. Aired 1-2a ET
• Cruise Ship Passengers Disembark After Being Stranded at Sea Over Virus Fears; Chinese Authorities Revealed More Than 1,700 Medical Workers Have Become Infected with the Virus and Six Have Died; Attorney General William Barr Says President Trump's Tweets About the DOJ Cases Make it Impossible For Him to Do His Job; Prime Minister Boris Johnson Unexpectedly Reshuffles Cabinet; According to NOAA, January 2020 is the Warmest January on Record; France to Limit Access to Mont Blanc to Fight Overcrowding; Sudan Agrees to $30 Million Settlement in USS Cole Bombing; U.S. Government Slaps Huawei with New Racketeering Charges; Family With Small Children Endures 14-Day Quarantine; Senate Moves To Limit Trump's Iran War Powers; Town Had No Significant Rainfall In Three Years. Aired 2-3a ET
• Military Officials Move to Question Trump's Fitness for Office; Democrats Increasingly Way 2020 Candidates' Pros and Cons; Bumble Dating App Expanding Market to India. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• South Carolina Democratic Race; Michael Avenatti Convicted; Attorney General Bill Barr Helping Another Trump Ally?. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• AG Bill Barr Says Trump's Tweets Make It Impossible for Him to Do His Job; Democratic Front-Runners Look Ahead to Super Tuesday States; Report: Bloomberg Spends $129 Million on Ads in Super Tuesday States; Bill Barr: Trump's Tweets "Make it Impossible for Me to Do My Job". Aired 9-9:30a ET
• Trump's Attitude after Impeachment; CDC Prepares for Outbreak; Bloomberg Apologizes for Stop and Frisk; Fleeing Violence near Syria- Turkey Border. Aired 9:30-10a
• Barr Says, Trump's Tweets Make It Impossible For Me To Do My Job; Democratic Frontrunners Look Ahead To Super Tuesday States; Bolton Defends John Kelly After Trump Criticism. Aired 10-10:30a ET
• WAPO: 300+ Incidents of Trump-Inspired Harassment of School Kids; 300 Plus Incidents of Trump-Inspired Harassment of School Kids; LAPD Officer Using Hoop Skills to Coach Kids to A Better Future. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• NYT's Opinion Writer Charlie Warzel Criticizes Billionaire Bloomberg's Ads & Buying the Election; Victim's Brother Accuses Rep. Jim Jordan of Coverup in OSU Sex Abuse Case; Trump May Stop Aides from Listening to Calls with Foreign Leaders; Pro-Trump Group Accused of Using Cash to Wood Black Voters. Aired 2:30-3p ET
• Justice Department Drops Criminal Probe Of Andrew McCabe; Michael Flynn Case May Now Get A Fresh Look; A Verdict Has Been Reached In The Trial Of Michael Avenatti. Aired 2-2:30p ET


February 13, 2020
• China's Hubei Province Reports 242 New Deaths from Coronavirus; Crisis in Syria; Trump Defends Convicted Adviser Roger Stone; Westerdam Finally Allowed to Dock in Cambodia; Quarantine to End Soon for Cruise Ship in Japan; Pope Sidesteps Proposal for Married Priests in Amazon. Aired 12-1a ET
• China's Hubei Province Reports 242 New Deaths; Trump Thanks Justice Department In Roger Stone Case; Turkey Increases Pressure In Northwest Syria; North Korea Has not Reported Any Cases of the Disease; Businesses in Hong Kong Hit Hard by Outbreak; Pope Sidesteps Proposal for Married Priests in Amazon. Aired 1-2a ET
• Coronavirus Claimed 240 Lives in Hubei; Service de Luxe Despite High Risk; President Trump's Lesson After Impeachment; Coronavirus Freezes Some World Events; Independent but Not Free to Scrutiny. Aired 3-3:30a ET
• John Kelly Says, Vindman Heard Illegal Order On Trump-Ukraine Call; Sources Say, More DOJ Resignations Possible In Coming Days; Democratic Race Shifts To Nevada And South Carolina. Aired 10-10:30a ET
• John Kelly Speaks Out Against Trump; More DOJ Resignations Possible in the Coming Days; Bloomberg's Campaign Scrambles to Contain "Stop-and-Frisk" Controversy; Attorney General Bill Barr to Testify Before House Judiciary Next Month; Mobile Tech Conference Canceled Over Coronavirus Fears. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• Rush Limbaugh's Homophobic Rant Against Pete Buttigieg; Trump's Assault on American Justice. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• Rep. Steve Cohen (D-TN) is Interviews about Barr Testifying before House; Limbaugh Comments on Buttigieg; Repealing Trump's Travel Ban. Aired 9:30-10a
• Diamond Princess To Be Quarantined Until February 19; North Korea Has Not Reported Any Cases Of Disease; Many Angered By Loss Of Motorbike Taxis In Lagos; China's Hubei Province Reports 242 New Deaths from Coronavirus; Crisis in Syria; Trump Defends Convicted Adviser Roger Stone. Aired 2-3a ET
• Democratic Party Poll Numbers May Signal Brokered Convention; Interview with Rep. Sheila Jackson Lee (D-TX); Senate to Vote on War Powers Resolution. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• Do Escalating Attacks on Bloomberg Reveal Trump's 2020 Fear; TV Pundits and Friends Push Trump to Pardon Roger Stone; Prince Harry in Talks with Goldman Sachs on an Interview; "The Windsors, Inside the Royal Dynasty" Airs on Sunday on CNN. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• Bloomberg's New Weapon: The Meme Gods of Instagram; Amazon Gets Early Win in Battle with Trump as Judge Orders Microsoft to Halt Work on Pentagon Contract; Ex-Wrestler Testifies Rep. Jim Jordan Involved in Sex Abuse Coverup; Tameika Isaac Devine, Columbia S.C., City Council Member-at-Large, Discusses the S.C. Primary, Biden Support Among African-Americas, Biden's Comments on Bloomberg's Remarks on Stop-and-Frisk; CDC: Coronavirus to Last "Beyond This Season, Beyond this Year". Aired 2:30-3p ET
• Trump's Power Grab Levels Assault On American Justice; Senate On Track To Pass Resolution Limiting Trump's War Powers; War Between President Trump And Mike Bloomberg Is Getting Uglier. Aired 2-2:30p ET


February 12, 2020
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• Bernie Sanders Wins New Hampshire Primary; Coronavirus Death Toll Climbs Past 1,100 Worldwide; Coronavirus Outbreak; United Kingdom Making Strides To Slow Virus As New Cases Emerge; Roger Stone Trial; Prosecutors Quit Case Against President Trump Confidant; Mahmoud Abbas Trashes President Trump's Peace Plan; Joseph Shabalala Dies At 78; The Unveiling Of Samsung's Galaxy Z-Flip; Comedian Uses Trump Campaign Hat As People Repellant; Chinese Government Hiding the Truth About Coronavirus Victims; Democrats Now Have New Front Runner; Sudan's Ousted President to Face ICC for Brutal Killings. Aired 3-4a ET
• Trump Congratulates Barr for Intervening in Roger Stone's Case; All Four Prosecutors Quit Roger Stone's Case After Justice Department Undercuts Sentencing Request; New Hampshire Primary Shows Voters Divided on Moderates and Progressives; Bernie Sanders Wins New Hampshire Primary; Interview with Andrew Yang on Dropping Out of Presidential Race. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• Road Ahead for Democratic Presidential Race?; Trump Thanks DOJ For Intervening in Roger Stone Case. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• Rep. Ann McLane Kuster (D-NH) is Interviewed about Buttigieg; Trump Comments about Rivals; Biden Turns to South Carolina. Aired 9:30-10a
• Trump Pushes to Lighten Roger Stone Sentence as House Republicans Boycott Intelligence Committee; Grand Jury Brings New Charges Against Jussie Smollett; Joe Biden to Call Donors Today. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• Democrats Shift Focus to Nevada And South Carolina in Tight Race; Trump Attacks Democrats When Asked If He's Learned Any Lessons; Trump Essentially Affirms That Barr Put Thumb on Scale in Stone Case; GOP House Members Don't Show Up for Intelligence Committee Meeting. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• Interview with Tom Steyer (D), Presidential Candidate; Trump Congratulates Barr For Taking Charge In Roger Stone Case; Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-VT) Wins New Hampshire, Edging Out Buttigieg. Aired 10- 10:30a ET
• Trump Congratulates Barr For Intervening In Roger Stone Case; President Trump Attacks Federal Judge Presiding Over Roger Stone Case; Democrats Shifting Focus To The Next Two Contests, Nevada And South Carolina. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• Falsehoods, Lies, Conspiracies: Fact-Checking Trump's Tweets; Trump Congratulates A.G. Barr For "Taking Charge" In Roger Stone Case; Warren Struggles To Gain Traction In Democratic Race; Rep. Katie Porter (D-CA) Discusses Democratic Race And Elizabeth Warren & Her Grilling Of Fed Chair On Attending Lavish Bezos Party; Trump Warns Senate Amid Debate Over Limits To War Powers. Aired 2:30-3p ET


February 11, 2020
• More Than 1,000 Dead, 43,000 Infected Globally; First Ballots Cast In New Hampshire Primary At Midnight; Ireland And Germany Shake Up Political Landscape; Coronavirus Outbreak; Health Precautions Take a Toll on Beijing Business; U.K. Seeks to Modify Terror Laws After Knife Attacks. Aired 1-2a ET
• Democratic Race Intensifies Ahead of New Hampshire Primary; Coronavirus Death Toll Passes 1,000; AG Barr Confirms DOJ Is Vetting Giuliani Information from Ukraine; Apartment's Air Ducts Checked in Hong Kong as Virus Conduit; China's Economic Hit Impacting World Economy; Clearview A.I.'s Facial Recognition Under Fire. Aired 12-1a ET
• Westerdam Cruise Ship Not Allowed To Dock In Thailand; Angela Merkel's Succession Plan Thrown Into Chaos; Sources: Trump Wants No Talks With Kim Before Election; Coronavirus Death Toll Passes 1,000; Democratic Race Intensifies Ahead of New Hampshire Primary; AG Barr Confirms DOJ Is Vetting Giuliani Information from Ukraine. Aired 2-3a ET
• President Xi Says Coronavirus is Under Control; Residents in one Block in Hong Kong Evacuated; Democrats Awaits the New Hampshire Primary Results; Angela Merkel's Pick Changed Her Mind; U.K. Making an Emergency Law; Facial Recognition in a Blink of an Eye. Aired 3-3:30a ET
• Voters Head to Polls for First-in-the-National Primary in New Hampshire; Voters Head to Polls for the First-in-the-Nation Primary in New Hampshire; Bill Barr Confirms DOJ Reviewing Ukraine Information from Giuliani; Nadler Demands Answers on Bill Barr's "Back Channel" for Receiving Giuliani's Ukraine Information. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• Bloomberg Under Fire Over Stop and Frisk; Trump Administration Giving Special Treatment to Roger Stone?; New Hampshire Votes. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• Sen. Bob Menendez (D-NJ) is Interviewed about the Budget and Democratic Race; World Health Organization Announcement on Coronavirus; People to be Released from Quarantine Today in California; Voters Head to Polls in New Hampshire; Prison Time for Roger Stone. Aired 9:30-10a
• Interview with Richard Haass; Interview with Terry Shumaker; Manhattan District Attorney's Office to Reopen Malcolm X Case. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• In 2015 Audio Confirms Bloomberg Defended Stop and Frisk Tactics of Throwing Black and Latino Kids Against Walls; Trump to New Hampshire Supporters, Vote for Weakest Democratic Candidate; Trump Shares "Curb Your Enthusiasm" Video about Larry David's MAGA Hat; Prosecutor Quits Roger Stone Case as DOJ Backtracks on Sentencing. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• Voters Head To Polls For First-In-The-Nation Primary; Barr Confirms DOJ Reviewing Ukraine Information From Giuliani. Aired 10- 10:30a ET
• Fact-Checking Trump On Concord; Biden Not Staying In New Hampshire, Leaving For South Carolina Tonight; Bloomberg Puts Obama Front & Center In Ads; Stop & Frisk Recording Expected To Hurt Bloomberg With African-American Voters; Trump Administration May Announce Deal With Taliban To End Afghanistan War; Trump Cites "A National Emergency Or Serious Economic Conditions" To Limit Government Employee Raises Next Year; Buttigieg Criticizes Trump's Budget; Dr. Celine Gounder Discusses Trump's Assertion That Warm Weather Will Take Care Of The Coronavirus; DOJ Backtracks On Sentence Guidelines For Roger Stone After Trump Tweet. Aired 2:30-3p ET
• DOJ Stuns With Extraordinary Reversal On Roger Stone Sentencing; Candidates Flock To Polling Stations As New Hampshire Voters Cast Ballots; President Trump Telling Supporters To Vote For The Weakest Democrat. Aired 2-2:30p ET


February 10, 2020
• Bong Joon-Ho's Parasite Big Winner On Sunday Night; World Health Organization Sends Experts To China; Fmr. Mayor Pete Buttigieg (D-SOUTH BEND, IN) Gets The Most Delegates In Iowa; Number of Coronavirus Cases Climbs on Cruise Ship; Korean Film Takes Best Picture at Oscars. Aired 12-1a ET
• South Korea Breaks the Ceiling at Oscars; Coronavirus Victims Not Slowing Down; All Eyes Now to Mayor Pete Buttigieg; Chinese Economy Rattled by the Virus Outbreak; The Old and New Fashion Seen in Full Display; Sixty-Six Cruise Ship Passengers Affected by Virus; Journalist Nowhere to be Seen; South Korean Movie Won the Oscars; Northern Europe Battered by Storm Ciara. Aired 3-4a ET
• Coronavirus Cases Double on Quarantined Cruise Ship; Twenty Four Americans Among Those Infected with Coronavirus on Ship; Schumer Calls for Investigation into Witness Retaliation After Trump Fired Two Former Trump Appointees Who Testified During Impeachment; Democratic Candidates Sharpen Attacks Ahead of New Hampshire Primary. Aired 9- 9:30a ET
• Bong Joon Ho's Parasite Big Winner On Sunday Night; CNN Poll: Sanders, Buttigieg Lead In New Hampshire; Buttigieg Gets The Most Delegates In Iowa; Global Death Toll from Wuhan Coronavirus Tops 900; Citizen Journalist Reporting from Wuhan Disappears; Patients Recovering in Japanese Quarantine Wards; Northern Europe Battered by Heavy Winds and Rain. Aired 1-2a ET
• South Korean Movie Wins Big at the 92nd Academy Awards; 66 New Cases of Coronavirus Aboard Quarantined Cruise Ship; Chinese Citizen Journalist Missing in Wuhan; Sanders and Buttigieg Clash Going Into New Hampshire Primary. Aired 2-3a ET
• Over 100 U.S. Troops Suffer Brain Injuries Following Iran Strike; Trump Revenge Tour?; Democratic Race Intensifies Ahead of New Hampshire Primary. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• Mitt Romney's Physical Safety Under Threat at CPAC; President's 2021 Budget to Be Unveiled Today; Bill Barr Confirms Ukraine Information Vetting Process. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• Democratic Candidates Sharpen Attacks Ahead Of New Hampshire Primary; Coronavirus Has Killed More People Than SARS Outbreak In 2003; CNN Reports Sondland, Vindman Were Planning Exits, But Trump Did Not Want To Let Them Go Quietly. Aired 10-10:30a ET
• Trump Has Become Emboldened Since His Acquittal; Interview with Tom Countryman on State Department Employees under Trump's Attacks; Trump Doesn't Want Another Summit with Kim Jong-Un; Chinese President Wears Face Mask for Visit to Hospital; "Hair Love" Wins Oscar for Best Animated Short. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• Trump Retaliates Against Two Impeachment Witnesses; Interview With Rep. Chris Pappas (D-NH) On The First Democratic Primary Of 2020; No Third Summit Between Trump And Kim Jong-un; Pentagon Identifies Two Soldiers Killed In Afghanistan. Aired 9:30-10a ET
• A.G. Barr Confirms DOJ Is Vetting Information On Bidens From Giuliani; Interview With Westchester D.A. Candidate Mimi Rocah On Barr Confirming Information From Giuliani; Trump May Regret Boosting Bernie Sanders As Nominee; Trump's New Budget Features Massive Cuts To Food Stamps/Social Programs/Foreign Aid But Fails To Deliver On Deficit; FBI Investigates After Van Plows Into Tent Of Trump Volunteers. Aired 2:30-3p ET
• Democrats Turn Aggressive Towards Rivals Ahead Of New Hampshire Votes; Top Democrat Calls For Investigations Into Witness Retaliation. Aired 2-2:30p ET


February 09, 2020
• Coronavirus Death Toll Rises, Surpassing SARS; Thai Shooting Rampage Suspect Dead; At Least Two Troops Killed in Afghanistan; Trump Fires Impeachment Witnesses; Ireland Election; First Woman to Start Olympic Torch Relay; 2020 Oscars. Aired 3-3:30a ET
• Coronavirus Death Toll Rises, Surpassing SARS; Thai Shooting Rampage Suspect Dead; America's Choice 2020; Virus Delays Adoption of Chinese Girl; At Least Two Troops Killed in Afghanistan; 2020 Oscars. Aired 4-5a ET
• Coronavirus Death Toll Rises, Surpassing SARS; Thai Shooting Rampage Suspect Dead; America's Choice 2020; Trump Fires Impeachment Witnesses; Virus Delays Adoption of Chinese Girl; Antarctica Hits Record High Temperature; 2020 Oscars; First Woman to Start Olympic Torch Relay. Aired 5-6a ET>
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Democrats Make Final Push For Votes Just 48 Hours Before New Hampshire Primary; Two NYPD Officers Shot In What Officials Call "Assassination" Attempts; More Than 800 Dead From Coronavirus, Surpassing SARS Pandemic; Passengers Coping With Cabin Fever On Quarantined Ship; Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-VT) Says, Iowa Caucus An Embarrassment And Disgrace; Two U.S. Service Members Killed, Six Injured. Aired 2-3p ET
• Buttigieg Emerges on Top of Delegate Count in Iowa Caucuses; Interview with Representative Cedric Richmond (D-LA) on the Iowa Caucus Results; Bernie Sanders Campaign Reacts to Iowa Caucus Results; New Hampshire Voters Cast Nation's First Primary Ballots Tuesday. Aired 7-8p ET
• Democratic Candidates Ramp Up Attacks Ahead Of New Hampshire Primary; Two NYPD Officers Shot In What Officials Call Assassination Attempts; Interview With Rep. Vicente Gonzalez (D-TX) Regarding Ongoing Attacks Of Biden On Buttigieg. Aired 3-4p ET
• Iowa Dem Party Has Buttigieg on Top of Delegate Count; Sanders Campaign May Take Action Regarding Iowa Results; Mike Bloomberg Attacked at Debate, Despite Not Being on Stage; Trump to Hold Campaign Rally in New Hampshire on Eve of Primary. Aired 8-9p ET
• New Hampshire Primary On Tuesday As Sanders And Buttigieg Lead The Polls; Joe Biden Releases Ad Attacking Pete Buttigieg; Iowa Caucus An Embarrassment And Disgrace Says Bernie Sanders; Two U.S. Soldiers And Six Injured In Afghanistan Attack; Coronavirus Tops 900 Surpassing The SARS Pandemic; The Oscars, Hollywood's Biggest Night. Aired 5-6p ET
• Buttigieg Slams Biden Attack Ad Questioning His Experience; Joe Biden Pushes Back After Iowa Performance; Trump Launches Attacks On Twitter On Impeachment, 2020 Dems; Interview With Rep. Anthony Brown (D-MD) On Attacks Against Buttigieg; Twenty-Nine Dead In Thai Shooting Rampage; More Than 800 Dead From Coronavirus Surpasses SARS Pandemic; Trump Attacks Faiths Of Romney, Pelosi At Prayer Breakfast; Sanders On Jewish Heritage: It Impacts Me Profoundly; Best Picture Race Could Make History On Several Fronts; Audio Released From Kobe's Final Interview With The L.A. Times; Kobe Bryant's Widow Shares Video Of Daughter Learning To Stand. Aired 4-5p ET
• Democratic Candidates Shake Off Iowa, Focus On New Hampshire; Trump Slams Sen. Mitt Romney (R-UT), Sen. Joe Manchin (D-WV) Over Impeachment Vote; Top Questions On Impeachment For The Week; Coronavirus Death Toll Rises To 904; Pete Buttigieg Gets The Most Delegates In Iowa Caucus, Sanders Second; Interview With Lin-Manuel Miranda On Academy Awards. Aired 6-7p ET


February 08, 2020
• U.S. and Japan Report First Deaths from Wuhan Coronavirus; Coronavirus Ship Quarantine Continues; Trump Takes Revenge Against Star Impeachment Witnesses; Democratic Presidential Candidates Face Off ahead of New Hampshire Primary; Trump's Pricey Trips; Oregon Flooding. Aired 3-4a ET
• Coronavirus Ship Quarantine Continues; U.S. and Japan Report First Deaths from Wuhan Coronavirus; Trump Takes Revenge Against Star Impeachment Witnesses; Democratic Presidential Candidates Face Off ahead of New Hampshire Primary; Oregon Flooding; Ukraine Saga Continues after Senate Trial Concludes; Oscars Go Green. Aired 4-5a ET
• U.S. and Japan Report First Deaths from Wuhan Coronavirus; Coronavirus Ship Quarantine Continues; Trump Takes Revenge Against Star Impeachment Witnesses; Oregon Flooding; No Evidence of Engine Failure in Kobe Bryant Helicopter Crash; Former ISIS Bride Stranded in Syria; Trump's Pricey Trips. Aired 5-6a ET
• Democratic Presidential Candidates Hold Debate in New Hampshire Ahead of Primary; Senator Bernie Sanders Leads Democratic Presidential Candidates in New Hampshire Primary Polls; Democratic Party Chairman of New Hampshire Raymond Buckley Interviewed on Primary System Versus Caucuses; Former Pennsylvania Governor Ed Rendell Interviewed on Chances of Various Democratic Presidential Candidates to Win Nomination; American in China Dies from Coronavirus; Witnesses in House Impeachment Proceedings Alexander Vindman and Gordon Sondland Removed from Positions in Government; Senator Amy Klobuchar's Campaign Manager Justin Buoen Interviewed on Her Chances to Win Democratic Presidential Nomination; President Trump Hits Record High Polling Approval after Senate Acquittal in Impeachment Trial. Aired 10-11a ET
• Buttigieg Submits Evidence Of Inconsistencies From Iowa Caucuses; Klobuchar Makes Final Pitch To Voters Ahead Of New Hampshire Primary; First American Dies In China From Coronavirus; Interview With Rep. Ami Bera (D-CA); Trump Fires Two Witnesses Who Testified At His Trial; NTSB: No Evidence Of Engine Failure In Kobe Bryant Crash; Harvey Weinstein's Legal Team Begins To Call Witnesses. Aired 11a-12p ET
• Sanders Tops N.H. Poll Three Days Before Primary Vote; Biden Mocks Buttigieg's Experience In New Attack Ad; Dems Make Weekend Push Ahead Of New Hampshire Primary; Four-Year-Old Dies After Mom Refuses Flu Medicine; Ukraine Saga Continues After Senate Trial Concludes; Director Kitty Green Discusses Being A Female Filmmaker In The Era Of Me Too & Time's Up. Aired 1-2p ET
• Democratic Candidates Barnstorm New Hampshire Ahead Of Primary; Trump Ousts Two Key Impeachment Figures After Senate Acquittal; How New Hampshire Made Bill Clinton The "Comeback Kid"; Hillary Clinton's 2008 Emotional Campaign Stop Before New Hampshire Primary; Reagan Declared At 1980 Debate "I Am Paying For This Microphone"; Comparison Between Buttigieg And 1975 Carter Catchphrase "Jimmy Who?"; Coronavirus Ship Quarantine Continues Off Japan's Coast; Oscars Best Picture Showdown: "Parasite" Vs "1917". Aired 3-4p ET
• Democratic Presidential Candidates Hold Debate in New Hampshire Ahead of Primary; American in China Dies from Coronavirus; Former U.S. Ambassador to Ukraine Bill Taylor Interviewed on Testifying in House Impeachment Inquiry; Senator Mitt Romney (R-UT) Faces Backlash after Voting to Convict President Trump in Senate Impeachment Trial; Witnesses in House Impeachment Proceedings Alexander Vindman and Gordon Sondland Removed from Positions in Government. Aired 2-3p ET
• Sanders Tops New CNN New Hampshire Poll 3 Days Before Primary Vote; CNN Poll: Sanders Leads As Buttigieg Sees Momentum In New Hampshire; Key Impeachment Witness Vindman Fired From White House Job. Aired 12-1p ET
• Biden Takes Off Gloves, Goes After Fmr. Mayor Pete Buttigieg (D-South Bend, IN); Fmr. Mayor Pete Buttigieg (D-South Bend, IN), Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-MA) And Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-VT) Make Formal Complaints In Iowa; CNN Poll Shows Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-VT) Leads As Fmr. Mayor Pete Buttigieg (D-South bend, IN) Sees Momentum In New Hampshire. Aired 5-6p ET
• CNN Poll: Sanders Leads As Buttigieg Sees Momentum In New Hampshire; Biden Takes On Buttigieg In New Hampshire; Trump Fires Two Major Impeachment Witnesses Just Days After Acquittal; Conditions Could Be Right For Contested Democratic Party Convention; No Evidence Of Engine Failure In Kobe Bryant Helicopter Crash; Fran Drescher Talks Openly About Husband Of Nearly 20 Years Coming Out As Gay. Aired 4-5p ET
• Biden Takes Aim At Fellow Democrats As His Poll Numbers Slip; NYT: Handful Of GOP Senators Tried To Stop Trump From Firing Sondland; A Day In Wuhan, Life At The Center Of The Coronavirus Crisis; Rep. Deb Haaland (D-NM) Is Interviewed About Iowa Caucuses; Global Death Toll From Coronavirus Surpasses SARS; Dems Make Weekend Push Ahead Of New Hampshire Primary; Fran Drescher Opens Up About Battle With Cancer. Aired 8-9p ET


February 07, 2020
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• Too Late for Regrets; Quarantined Passengers Holding on to Their Faith; President Trump Chooses no Occasion to Attack His Opponents; Middle East Peace Plan Brought More Division and Violence; Buttigieg, Sanders In Virtual Tie In Iowa Caucuses; America's Choice 2020, Democratic National Chair Calls For Recanvass In Iowa; Wuhan Whistleblower Dr. Li Wenliang Dies; Coronavirus Outbreak; Severe Weather Strikes The South; Christina Koch's Return To Earth. Aired 3- 4a ET
• President Trump Launches Vindictive Impeachment Victory Lap After Impeachment Acquittal; Democratic National Chair Calls for Recanvass in Iowa; Japan Reports New Coronavirus Infections on Quarantined Cruise Liner; Public Outcry Over Coronavirus Death of Whistleblower Doctor; Trump Peppers Speech With Misleading Statements; India Police: Man Arrested For Rape Of Five-Year-Old Girl; Violence Surges Between Israel And Palestinians. Aired 2-3a ET
• Doctor Dies of Virus He Tried to Warn World About; Academy Awards. Aired 1-2a ET
• President Trump Unshackled?; Candidates Campaign in New Hampshire; No Evidence of Engine Failure in Kobe Bryant Helicopter Crash. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• Trump Emboldened after Acquittal; Democrats Struggle after Iowa; Mulvaney Could be out of White House; Sen. Tina Smith (D-MN) is Interviewed about Trump's Acquittal. Aired 9:30-10a
• NTSB Says No Evidence of Engine Failure in Deadly Kobe Bryant Crash; Candidates Spar Tonight in Final Debate Before New Hampshire; Key Impeachment Witness Vindman Fired from White House Job; Lack of Diverse Nominees Overshadows Sunday's Oscars. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• Rudy Giuliani Linked to Juan Guaido by Lev Parnas; Interview with Rep. Eric Swalwell (D-CA); Previewing Sunday's Academy Awards. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• Four Family Members Tested For Coronavirus On Ship Docked in New Jersey; Fmr. Mayor Pete Buttigieg (D-South Bend, IN) and Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-VT) on top of Iowa, 100 percent of results counted; Sources Say, Acting Chief Of Staff Mulvaney's Job In Doubt. Aired 10- 10:30a ET
• Buttigieg and Sanders on Top in Iowa After 100 Percent of Results were Counted; DNC Chair Calls on Iowa Democratic Party to Recanvass Votes; Seven Democratic Candidates to Debate in New Hampshire Tonight; January Jobs Report Stronger Than Expected; Passengers Assessed for Coronavirus on Ship Docked in New Jersey; 11 Americans Test Positive for Coronavirus on Quarantined Ship. Aired 9- 9:30a ET
• Deadline Extended For Candidates To Challenge Iowa Results; Trump Retweets Call For Key Witness To Be Removed; Coronavirus Outbreak. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• January Jobs Report Stronger Than Expected; Trump's Non-Apology Tour After Acquittal; Fired Navy Secretary Richard Spencer Endorses Bloomberg; After Iowa, Is Sanders New Frontrunner After Iowa & Huge Fundraising; Rudy Giuliani Linked to Juan Guaido & Wealthy Venezuelan by Lev Parnas. Aired 2:30-3p ET


February 06, 2020
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• The Impeachment Trial Of Donald Trump; Donald Trump Scheduled To Address Impeachment Acquittal; Trump Tweets Video Mocking Mitt Romney; Coronavirus Outbreak, World's Top Disease Expert To Meet Next Week In Geneva; Wuhan Coronavirus; Carrie Lam, Hong Kong May Already Have Community Transmission; Two Cruise Ships Quarantined In Japan And Hong Kong; Markets Rallied After Earlier Sell Off Over Virus Fears; Fatal Accident, Three Dead After Plane Skids Off Runway In Istanbul; U.S. Citizen Abducted In Afghanistan; Life And Career Of Kirk Douglas; Nancy The Ripper, Critic, Fans Weigh In After Pelosi Rips Trump's Speech. Aired 3-4a ET
• Trump Acquitted; Republican National Committee Blasts Romney; Coronavirus Outbreak; Romney Votes To Remove Trump From Office; Hollywood Great Kirk Douglas Dies At 103; 3 Dead After Plane Skids Off Runway In Istanbul. Aired 2-3a ET
• President Trump Takes a Swipe at Democrats and Mitt Romney at National Prayer Breakfast; Buttigieg and Sanders in Virtual Tie as Iowa Awaits Full Results; Democratic Candidates Battle it Out in New Hampshire as Iowa Keeps Counting; Pete Buttigieg and Bernie Sanders in Virtual Tie as Iowa Awaits Full Results; Bernie Sanders Raised $25 Million in Month of January; Trump to Address Public After Senate Voted to Acquit Him; Romney Faces Backlash for Impeachment Vote. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• Iowa Caucus Chaos Continues; President Trump Airs List of Grievances. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• Trump Attacks at National Prayer Breakfast; Sen. Jon Tester (D- MT) is Interviewed about the Impeachment Vote; Coronavirus Spreads Worldwide; CNN Team Quarantined after Leaving Wuhan. Aired 9:30-10a
• Coronavirus Cruise Ship Quarantine Continues; Interview with Trump Campaign Advisor Mercedes Schlapp; Trump Ends Trusted Traveler Programs for New York State Residents. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• Pelosi on Trump's Address -- I Tore Up A Manifesto of Mistruths; Stakes High in New Hampshire for Biden And Warren after Iowa; Biden Concedes He Expected to Do Better in Iowa; Interview with Rep. Cedric Richmond (D-LA) on The Biden Campaign; Trump Attacks Faith of Romney And Pelosi; Madoff Victims Respond As He Seeks Early Release. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• Trump Attacks Democrats, Sen. Mitt Romney (R-UT) At National Prayer Breakfast; Fmr. Mayor Pete Buttigieg (D-South Bend, IN) And Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-VT) In Virtual Tie As Iowa Awaits Full Results. Aired 10-10:30a ET
• President Trump Acquitted And Unleashed; The D.N.C. Now Says It Is Time To Re-Canvass All The Results. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• Candidates Swarm New Hampshire After Iowa Caucus Chaos; Biden Opens Up on Struggling with Stuttering; Latino Dad Interrupted by Parent's Racist Remark at Diversity Meeting; Trump Administration Suspends Travel Programs in N.Y. over Immigration Law. Aired 2:30-3p ET
• U.S. Senate Acquits Trump Of Impeachment; Republicans Target Romney After Vote To Convict Trump; Beijing Critical Of U.S. Travel Ban On People Who Visited China. Memory of SARS hangs over Hong Kong as New Virus Looms; Disease Taking Economic Toll on Many Global Businesses. Aired 1-2a ET


February 05, 2020
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• Cruise Ship Holds 1,800 Passengers; President Trump Gave a Speech Intended to His Base; House Speaker's Olive Branch Snubbed by President Trump; Health Workers in Hong Kong Wants Full Border Shut Down; Automakers Also Affected by the Virus Ripple Effect. Aired 3- 3:30a ET
• Senate Votes on Trump's Fate in Impeachment Trial Later Today; President Trump Makes Case for Re-election in State of the Union Address; Tensions Flare Between Trump and Democrats During State of the Union Address. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• Trump's State of the Union; Iowa Results Show Buttigieg with Narrow Lead; Senate Expected to Acquit Trump; Coronavirus Outbreak; Pelosi Calls Trump Speech A Manifesto Of Mistruths; Trump Awards Medal Of Freedom To Rush Limbaugh; International Response To State Of The Union. Aired 2-3a ET
• Tensions Flare at State of the Union; Pelosi Rips up Trump's Speech; Trump to Protect Coverage; Initial Iowa Results for Democrats; Democratic Reporting Problems in Iowa; Flights Land with American Evacuees from China; Thousands Quarantined on Cruise Ship. Aired 9:30- 10a
• Recapping the State of the Union; Interview with Sen. Ben Cardin (D-MD); More Americans Evacuate from China. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• Initial Results Show Fmr. Mayor Pete Buttigieg (D-South Bend, IN) maintains narrow lead in Iowa; House Judiciary Chief Says, Will Likely Subpoena John Bolton; Tensions Flare Between Trump, Democrats During Divisive Speech. Aired 10-10:30a ET
• Iowa Democratic Party Releases More Caucus Results; Governor Gretchen Whitmer (D-MI) Discusses Trump-Pelosi Tension On Display At SOTU, Chaotic Iowa Caucuses, Low Democratic Turnout; Trump Sparks Backlash By Awarding Medal Of Freedom To Controversial Talk Radio Host, Rush Limbaugh; Romney Impeachment Vote Puts Niece/RNC Chair In Awkward Position. Aired 2:30-3p ET
• Romney Speaks Ahead Of Impeachment Vote. Aired 2-2:30p ET


February 04, 2020


February 03, 2020


February 02, 2020
• Coronavirus Outbreak; Trump on Trial; Trump Middle East Plan; Australian Fires; Super Bowl LIV. Aired 3-3:30a ET
• Trump on Trial; Race for the White House; Coronavirus Outbreak; Trump Travel Ban; Trump Middle East Plan; Conservationist Death; Super Bowl LIV. Aired 4-5a ET
• Coronavirus Outbreak; Trump On Trial; Conservationist Death; Super Bowl LIV. Aired 5-6a ET
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• Candidates Make Last Pitch To Voters On Eve Of Iowa Caucuses; London Police Fatally Shoot Man After Terror-Related Stabbings; Coronavirus Outbreak; Democrats Emphasize Electability Before Iowa Caucuses; Impeachment Closing Arguments Monday, Final Vote, Wednesday. Aired 2-3p ET
• Candidates Make Last Pitch To Voters On Eve Of Iowa Caucuses; Senate Poised To Acquit Trump After Vote For Witnesses Fails; Interview With Rep. Ro Khanna (D-CA) Discussing The Campaigns In Its Final Day. Aired 3-4pET
• Candidates Make Last Pitch To Voters On Eve Of Iowa Caucuses; Republicans Expected To Acquit Trump Tomorrow; Tech Companies Met With FBI, DHS, Amid Preparations For Iowa; New Rules To Change How Iowa Caucuses Are Conducted; Coronavirus Cases Skyrocket To 14,000 Around The World; 49ers & Chiefs Set To Square Off In Super Bowl LIV. Aired 4-5p ET
• Candidates Make Last Pitch To Voters On Eye Of Iowa Caucuses; Iowa Voters Still Torn Between Candidates Before Caucuses; U.S. Imposes Travel Restrictions, Quarantine As Infections Soar; How Iowa Democrats Are Making Up Their Minds; Wall Street Eyes Iowa Caucus Results; Senate Poised To Acquit Trump After Vote For Witnesses Fails; Bloomberg Stumps For Dog Demographic. Aired 6-7p ET
• Iowa Caucus 2020, Final Pitch for Democratic Candidates; Sen. Bob Casey (D-PA) is Interviewed About the Iowa Caucus, the Coronavirus, and the Impeachment; Elie Honig Answers Legal Questions on "Cross-Exam"; Super Bowl LIV Kickoff in Miami. Aired 5-6p ET


February 01, 2020
• Aftermath of Brexit; Coronavirus Outbreak; Trump on Trial; Trump Travel Ban; Kobe Bryant Remembered. Aired 3-3:30a ET
• Trump on Trial; Coronavirus Outbreak; Democratic Race for President; Kobe Bryant Remembered. Aired 4-5a ET
• Kobe Bryant Remembered; Trump on Trial; Mar-a-Lago Security Breach; Coronavirus Outbreak. Aired 5-6a ET
• Senate Votes against Allowing Witnesses in Impeachment Trial; Senate Likely to Vote on Impeachment of President Trump after State of the Union Address; Emails Released Clarifying Timeline of Events Related to Ukrainian Aid being Withheld by White House; Democratic Presidential Candidates Campaign in Iowa Ahead of Caucuses; Rashida Tlaib Apologizes for Comments on Hillary Clinton; China Imposes Travel Restrictions Due to Coronavirus Outbreak; White House To Expand Travel Ban; Miami Prepares for Super Bowl; Lakers Team and Fans Pay Tribute to Kobe Bryant. Aired 10-11a ET
• Impeachment Trial; Democratic Candidates Make Final Pitches Ahead Of Iowa Caucuses; Coronavirus Outbreak; Senate Set To Acquit President After Divisive Trial. Aired 11a-12p ET
• First Case Of Coronavirus Confirmed In Massachusetts; Researchers Estimate 75,000-Plus People In Wuhan, China May Be Infected With Coronavirus; Senate Approves Monday Closing Arguments, Final Vote Wednesday; OMB Filing Reveals Trump Involved In Ukraine Aid Discussions As Early As June 2019; Biden Walks Back Suggestion That Sanders Isn't A Democrat; Sanders Returns To Iowa After Being Sidelined By Impeachment Trial; Bloomberg Could Qualify For Debates Under New DNC Rules; Buttigieg Calls Out Sanders & Biden; Democratic Rep. Rashida Tlaib Boos Hillary Clinton; San Francisco 49ers Against Kansas City Chiefs In Super Bowl LIV. Aired 1-2p ET
• NYC Reports First Person Under Investigation For Coronavirus; U.S. To Impose China Travel Restrictions On Sunday; Pentagon Will Provide Housing For As Many As 1,000 People Who May Need To Be Quarantined Amid Coronavirus Threat; Democratic Candidates Make Final Pitches Ahead Of Iowa Caucuses; Very Tight Race Right Now With Former Vice President Joe Biden And Senator Bernie Sanders. Aired 7-8p ET
• Researchers Estimate 75000+ People In Wuhan, China May Be Infected With Coronavirus; U.S. Imposes Travel Restrictions Over Coronavirus; Senate Poised To Acquit Trump After Vote For Witnesses Fails. Aired 12-1p ET
• Pentagon Preparing 1,000 Hospital Beds As Coronavirus Threat Grows; Democratic Candidates Make Final Pitches Ahead Of Iowa Caucuses; One-On-One With Mayor Pete Buttigieg; CNN Poll Of Polls: Biden And Sanders Lead National Democratic Primary; Super Bowl Tribute To Kobe Bryant. Aired 3-4p ET
• More E-mails Exist That Show Trump's Role In Ukraine Aid Freeze; U.S. Has Eight Confirmed Cases Of Coronavirus; Trump And Bloomberg To Run Dueling Super Bowl Ads; Sen. Michael Bennet (D-CO) Talks About Growing Divide Among Democrats. Aired on 4-5p ET
• Sprint To Iowa; Senate Poised To Acquit Trump; Sanders Returns To Iowa; Foreign Nationals Denied Entry; How Trump's Acquittal Pushes Boundaries Of Presidential Power; Doctor Questions Pence On Admin's Push To Shift Medicaid Spending; Iowa Voters Torn Between Candidates Days Before Causes; Fareed Zakaria Goes One-On-One With Jared Kushner. Aired 8-9p ET
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• Pentagon Preparing 1,000 Hospital Beds As Coronavirus Threat Grows; Democratic Candidates Make Final Pitches Ahead Of Iowa Caucuses. Aired 3-4p ET


January 31, 2020
• Wuhan Virus Declared Global Health Emergency; Democrats Ask for One Week to Depose New Witnesses; U.K. Hours Away from Official Exit from the E.U.; Palestinians Reject Trump's Peace Plan; New U.N. Report: Five Million Children Displaced in Syria; Australian Firefighters Get Caught in Sudden Firestorm. Aired 12-1a ET
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• Tears and Joy Seen as U.K. Bids Goodbye to E.U.; Coronavirus Now a Global Crisis as per WHO; President Trump Now Sees a Silhouette of Victory. Aired 3-3:30a ET
• WHO Declares New Disease A Global Emergency; UK Is Just Hours Away From Official Exit From The EU; Senators Vote On New Impeachment Witnesses; Key Republican Decides against Impeachment Witnesses; WHO Declares New Disease a Global Emergency; Many Airlines Have Suspended Flights to China; Brexit: Britain to Leave the E.U. Aired 1-2a ET
• World Health Organization Declares Coronavirus Outbreak a Public Health Emergency of International Concern; United Kingdom is Just Hours Away From Official Exit From the European Union; Key Republican Decides Against Impeachment Witnesses; Trump Admin Expected To Loosen Military Restrictions On Landmines Aired 2-3a ET
• Senate Appears Poised to Reject Impeachment Witnesses and Acquit President Trump; World Health Organization Declares Coronavirus Outbreak a Global Health Emergency; Lakers Play Tonight for the First Time Since Kobe's Death; Interview with Sen. Richard Blumenthal (D-CT) on Impeachment Trial. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• Interview with Carl Bernstein on Impeachment; Interview with Sen. Dick Durbin (D-IL) on Senate Vote on Witnesses; Senate Poised to Reject Witnesses, Acquit President. Aired 9:30-10a ET


January 30, 2020
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• Senate Still Argues on Whether to Bring Witnesses; Coronavirus Wraps the World in Fears; Putin and Netanyahu to Discuss Peace Plan; Virus Now Spreads in China; The Impeachment Trial Of Donald J. Trump; Coronavirus Outbreak; WHO To Convene Emergency Meeting In Coming Hours; Countries To Quarantined Citizens Evacuated From China; First Case Of Coronavirus Confirmed In India; Road To Brexit, U.K. Gets Brexit Approval From European Union; Norway Faces Less Snow and Higher Temperatures; Climate Crisis, Chasing Life. Aired 3-4a ET
• WHO to Convene Emergency Meeting on Coronavirus Outbreak; Countries to Quarantine Citizens Evacuated From China; Senate Still Arguing on Whether to Bring Witnesses; Race for the White House; U.K. Gets Brexit Approval From European Union; U.K. Gets Final Brexit Approval from Tearful E.U.; Bloomberg Stumps for Dog Demographic. Aired 12-1a ET
• Virus Has Now Spread To All 31 Provinces Of China; Senators Try To Sway Undecided Colleagues On Witnesses; Palestinians To Seek U.N. Action Against Trump Plan; Residents In Wuhan, China Try to Cope Under Lockdown; Norway Losing Snow Due to Warmer Winters; Senators Question Impeachment Managers, Trump Lawyers. Aired 1-2a ET
• Senators Begin Second Day of Questions for Legal Teams; Trump Lawyer Alan Dershowitz Argues Nearly Unchallenged Presidential Power; White House Legal Team Argues a President Can Demand Political Favors if He Believes Re-election is in the "Public Interest"; World Health Organization Holds Meeting on Coronavirus. U.S. Futures Down as Global Markets Show Concern Over Coronavirus. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• Chief Justice John Roberts' Role on Impeachment Trial; White House Issues Formal Threat to John Bolton to Stop Book Publication; Interview with Sen. Tom Udall (D-NM) on Impeachment Trial; Alan Dershowitz Argues for Nearly Unchallenged Presidential Power. Aired 9:30-10a ET
• Impeachment Trial of Donald J. Trump; WHO to Convene Emergency Meeting on Coronavirus Outbreak; Countries to Quarantine Citizens Evacuated From China; U.K. Gets Brexit Approval From European Union. Aired 2-3a ET


January 29, 2020


January 28, 2020
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• Officials Gathering Evidence from Crash Site; U.S. Prosecutor: Prince Andrew Has Not Cooperated; Auschwitz Liberation Anniversary; Several Countries Seek To Evacuate Citizens From Wuhan; Bolton Manuscripts Stirs Impeachment Witness Debate; Trump To Announce Administration's Plan Tuesday. Aired 1-2a ET
• Wuhan Coronavirus; Trump on Trial; UNICEF: Millions of Children out of School in West Africa; Interview with Faisal bin Farhan Al Saud, Saudi Foreign Minister, on Soleimani Strike; Officials Gathering Evidence from Kobe Bryant Crash Site; President of European Parliament is Interviewed about Brexit. Aired 12-1a ET
• U.S. Warns Travel to China; Coronavirus Sends Tremor to Stock Markets; President Trump's Legal Defense Team Wraps up Their Counterargument; Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu Withdraws His Immunity; Violence in West Africa Keeping Children Off of School. Aired 3-3:30a ET
• Coronavirus Continues to Spread; NFL Pays Tribute to Bryant; Trump Team Begins Final Day of Arguments; Sen. Jon Tester (D-MT) is Interviewed about Impeachment; Ernst Questions if Trial Hurts Biden. Aired 9:30-10a
• Pressure Builds on GOP Senators to Call Witnesses After Bolton Bombshell; Trump Legal Team Begins Final Day of Opening Arguments; NTSB Details Moments Before Crash That Killed Kobe Bryant and 8 Others; NYT: Bolton Told Barr He was Concerned Trump was Granting Favors to Authoritarian Leaders; Global Companies Face Uncertainty Over Coronavirus. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• Wuhan Coronavirus; Trump on Trial; Fans Honor Basketball Icon after Helicopter Crash; Saudi Foreign Minister On Murder Of Jamal Khashoggi; U.K. To Formally Leave European Union On Friday; A Look At Joe Biden's Campaign Ahead OF Iowa Caucuses. Aired 2-3a ET


January 27, 2020
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• Kobe Bryant and Daughter Die in Helicopter Crash; Celebrities Pay Tribute to Kobe Bryant; South Korea Confirms 4 Cases of Virus; Democrats Demand John Bolton Testify After NYT Report; Basketball Legend Kobe Bryant Dies In Helicopter Crash; China Says, Virus Spread Before Symptoms Appear. Aired 12-1a ET
• Weather Plays a Role in Kobe Bryant's Helicopter Crash; Coronavirus a Silent Killer; John Bolton with New Bombshell Revelation; Coincidental Timing for Middle East Peace Plan; Kobe Bryant Died in a Helicopter Crash; Sports World Loss an Icon. Aired 3- 4a ET
• Basketball Legend Kobe Bryant Dies in Helicopter Crash; Trump Impeachment Trial; China: Virus Can Spread Before Symptoms Appear; South Korea Confirms at Least Four Cases of Virus; Last Interview with Kobe Bryant. Aired 1-2a ET
• Kobe Bryant, Daughter Gianna and Others in Fatal Helicopter Crash; World Athletes Pay Tribute to Kobe Bryant; China: Virus Can Be Spread Before Symptoms Appear; NY Times: Bolton Draft Book Manuscript Says Trump Tied Ukraine Aid Freeze To Political Investigations. Aired 2-3a ET
• John Bolton Bombshell Undercuts Trump Impeachment Defense; Interview with Senator Ben Cardin (D-MD) on Impeachment Trial; NBA Legend Kobe Bryant Killed in Helicopter Crash; Kobe Bryant, Daughter Gianna Among 9 Killed in a Helicopter Crash; John Bolton Undercuts Trump Impeachment Defense with the Release of His Manuscript; NYT: Bolton Book Alleges Trump Tied Ukraine Aid to Biden Probe. Aired 9- 9:30a ET
• Source: Trump Pressured Ukraine's President In July Phone Call To Investigate Joe Biden's Son; Interview With Sen. Jack Reed (D-RI); 2020 Democratic Presidential Candidates Descend On Iowa For Major Campaign Event. Aired 9:30-10a ET


January 26, 2020


January 25, 2020


January 24, 2020
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• Virus Puts 20M People Under Travel Lockdown in China; Impeachment Managers Argue Trump Abused His Power; Top U.N. Court: Myanmar Must Take Steps to Prevent Genocide. Aired 12-1a ET
• Fears of Coronavirus Freezes Global Transport; Threat of Virus Spread Escalates; House Managers Laying Out Their Case Against President Trump; Coronavirus Outbreak; Virus Puts 20 Million People Under Travel Lockdown At Lunar New Year; Response To Virus Takes Huge Economic Toll On China; Rohingyas Ruling; Controversial Cleric Call For A Million Man March In Iraq; U.S. Rejects United Kingdom Extradition Request Over Teen's Death; Australia's Creepy, Crawly Quandary. Aired 3-4a ET
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• House Managers Begin Final Day of Arguments; Interview with Sen. Ed Markey (D-MA) on the Impeachment Trial; House Managers to Soon Begin Final Day of Arguments; China Locks Down Millions of People in 10 Cities as Coronavirus Crisis Grows. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• Virus Puts 20M People Under Travel Lockdown At Lunar New Year; Impeachment Managers Argue Trump Abused His Power; Spreading Virus Prompts Worldwide Response; Top U.N. Court: Myanmar Must Take Steps to Prevent Genocide. Aired 1-2a ET
• Virus Puts 20M People Under Travel Lockdown At Lunar New Year; Top UN Court: Myanmar Must Take Steps To Prevent Genocide; Mexico's National Guard Cracks Down On Migrant Caravan; Lockdown in China Due to Coronavirus Outbreak; Democrats Building Up Case for Impeachment Trial of President Donald Trump. Aired 2-3a ET
• House Mangers Final Day of Arguments; Trump Defense begins Saturday; Votes to Call Witnesses; Sen. Michael Bennet (D-CO) is Interviewed on Impeachment. Aired 9:30-10a


January 23, 2020
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• Transportation Lockdown Imposed In Outbreak's Epicenter; WHO Hold Off Declaring A Global Health Emergency; Trump Hints He Doesn't Want Bolton To Testify; World Leaders Gather for Holocaust Forum; Environmentalists Across the Generations. Aired 1-2a ET
• Many Airports On High Alert For Signs Of Virus; Impeachment Managers Make Their Case Against Trump; French Leader Demands Israeli Security Leave Cathedral; Wuhan Coronavirus; Trump on Trial; Auschwitz Liberation Anniversary. Aired 2-3a ET
• WHO Holds Off Declaring a Global Health Emergency Over Wuhan Virus; Rescued Circus Animals Arrive at South African Sanctuary. Aired 12-1a ET
• Robert Ray talks about Impeachment Trial; Impeachment Trial Resumes Today; Trial Witnesses and Documents; Dershowitz on Witnesses; Sen. Mazie Hirono (D-HI). Aired 9:30-10a
• Day Two of the Impeachment of Donald J. Trump; Interview with Senator Bob Casey (D-PA) on the Impeachment Trial; House Managers and Trump's Legal Team Set to Begin Second Day of Impeachment Trial Deliberations; Alan Dershowitz: We Could Never have Witnesses Without Hunter Biden; Three Cities on Lockdown as Deadly Virus Kills 17 in China. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• Coronavirus Impacting Air and Land Travel; Wuhan Turned into a Ghost Town; World Leaders Pay Respect to Holocaust Victims; Democrats Laid Out Their Case Against President Trump; Carrie Lam Address the Challenges Hong Kong is Facing. Aired 3-3:30a ET
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January 22, 2020


January 21, 2020
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• President Trump Attends World Economic Forum in Davos; Senate Republicans Wants Rush Impeachment; Asia on High Alert; Taal Residents Not Yet Out of the Woods. Aired 3-3:30a ET
• Trump's Impeachment Trial to Begin Today; House Managers Call White House Counsel Cipollone a "Fact Witness" and Demand He Discloses All "First-Hand Knowledge"; Senators Expected to Clash Over Impeachment Trial Rules in First Senate Impeachment Trial; Impeachment Trial Kicks Off with Fierce battle Over Rules. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• U.S. Senate To Begin President's Impeachment Trial; China: New Virus Can Be Transmitted Between Humans; Meng Wanzhou Extradition Hearing Begins In Canada; Davos 2020; Protest in Virginia Ends Peacefully Despite Concerns; U.S. Senate Goes Phone Free for Impeachment. Aired 1-2a ET
• Trump on Trial; Davos 2020; Coronavirus Outbreak; Huawei Hearing; U.S. Senate To Begin Trump Impeachment Trial; Activist Greta Thunberg Headlining Climate Debates; U.S. Senate Goes Phone-Free For Impeachment. Aired 2-3a ET
• Sen. Chris Van Hollen (D-MD) is Interviewed about Impeachment Trial; Clinton talks about Sanders; Clash over Impeachment Rules; Trump at Economic Summit; Roberts Faces Impeachment Test. Aired 9:30- 10a
• Rules Established for Trump's Senate Impeachment Trial; Trump to Attend World Economic Forum During Trial; Prince Harry Expresses 'Great Sadness' Over Decision to Step Back; Scientist Says Volcano in Philippines is 'Recharging'; Coronavirus Outbreak. Aired 12-1a ET


January 20, 2020
• Senate Impeachment Trial to Begin Tuesday; China Reports Its Weakest Annual Growth in 29 Years; Iran Enriching More Uranium Now Than Before Nuclear Deal; Five Countries Demand Answers from Iran on Downed Flight; Australian Celebs Work for Bushfire Relief; Prince Harry and Meghan's Move Sends Media Into a Frenzy. Aired 12-1a ET
• World Headlines; President Trump to Attend Meeting of Global Elite; Hawaii Shooting; Contentious Gun Rights Rally; Disaster Aid Controversy; Puerto Rico Earthquakes; Australia Bushfires; 2020 SAG Awards; Impeachment Trial Kicks Off; Coronavirus a New Threat in Asia; Prince Harry with a Heartfelt Message. Aired 3-4a ET
• Senators Brace for Contentious Tuesday as Impeachment Trial Begins; Trump's Defense: Abuse of Power Not Impeachable; Senators Brace for a Contentious Tuesday as Trial Begins; Sources: Administration May Expand Travel Ban and Add Immigration Restrictions; Schiff Claims the NSA is Withholding Ukraine Documents from Congress. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• Democrats Seek TO Force Votes On Witnesses, Documents; Harry And Meghan Break Ties With House Of Windsor; Beirut Faces Second Night Of Violent Protest; Trump to Attend World Economic Forum; China Confirms 139 New Cases of Pneumonia Linked to Virus; China Traces New Strain of Virus to Seafood Market; Australian Open Underway Despite Air Quality Concerns; Hollywood Celebrates Best of Film and TV. Aired 1-2a ET
• A Day Away From an Intense Senate Impeachment Trial; Klobuchar and Warren Gets the Nod of "The New York Times"; Prince Harry Speaks About Sudden Decision; Clashes Escalate in Beirut; Dozens Wounded in Iraq Protests; World Leaders Calls for Ceasefire in Libya; Two Police Officers Killed in Hawaii. Aired 2-3a ET
• Interview With Sen. Chris Coons (D-DE); Impeachment Trial Preparations. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• Gun Rights Rally in Virginia Today; Auschwitz-Birkenau Liberated 75 Years Ago; Puerto Rico Opens Investigation Into Misplaced Aid. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• Withholding Ukraine Documents from Congress; Pro-Gun Advocates Gather in Virginia; Final Campaign Days for Senators. Aired 9:30-10a
• Marches, Day of Service to Honor Martin Luther King Jr.; Prince Harry Says with Great Sadness That It Has Come to This; Puerto Rico Officials Fired Over Unused Emergency Aid. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• Senators Brace For Contentious Tuesday As Trial Begins. Aired 10-10:30a ET
• House Impeachment Managers Walking To The Senate Floor Today; White House Just Released Its 110-Page Trial Brief Laying Out Their Defense; Trump's Legal Team Argues Impeachment Process Is A Charade. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• Senate Sergeant-at-Arms Will Enforce Rules During Senate Impeachment Trial; Interview With Former Senate Sergeant-at-Arms, James Ziglar; ACLU "Vigorously Objects" To Senate's Press Restrictions; Top Democratic Candidates Campaign In South Carolina; Sixty-Five Ways Trump Has Been Dishonest About Ukraine & Impeachment; Senate Restricts Media Access, Allows Only Pen & Paper. Aired 2:30-3p ET


January 19, 2020
• Queen Elizabeth Announces Prince Harry and Meghan Markle No Longer Working Members of British Royal Family; Key Impeachment Filings from U.S. House, President; Anti-Government Protests In Beirut; Libya Summit to Call for Sanctions If Ceasefire Violated. Aired 3-3:30a ET
• House Impeachment Managers Meeting On Capitol Hill; State Of Emergency And Extra Security Before Tomorrow's Scheduled Gun Rights Rally In Virginia; Royals Moving Forward After An Unprecedented Family Split. Aired 3-4p ET
• House Impeachment Managers Meet In Preparation Of Senate Trial; Andrew Yang's Wife Shares Her Story Of Sexual Assault; A New Chapter For The Duke And Duchess Of Sussex; Facebook Removes Pages Reportedly Defending Robert Hyde; Opposing Sides Prepare Legal Arguments As Senate Trial Looms; Democratic Candidates Campaign In Iowa With Caucuses 15 Days Away. Aired 2-3p ET
• Team Trump Lays Out Legal Defense Strategy; House Managers Make Their Case For Removing Trump From Office; Possible Active Shooting In Honolulu, Hawaii; Prince Harry And Meghan Give Up Royal Titles And State Funding; FBI Working With Virginia Law Enforcement Ahead Of Gun Rally; Navy To Name New Carrier After Black Pearl Harbor Hero; SAG Awards Help Pave The Road To Oscars Gold; Anger In Puerto Rico After Unused Disaster Supplies Found; Puerto Rico Emergency Director Fired Over Undistributed Hurricane Maria Aid. Aired 4-5p ET
• Impassioned Start For President Trump's Impeachment Trial In The Senate This Week; Active Shooter Situation In Hawaii; Elie Honig Answers Legal Questions In "Cross-Exam"; Democratic Presidential Candidate Michael Bloomberg Is In Tulsa To Woo African-American Voters; Prince Harry Addresses Exit From The Royal Family; Screen Actors Guild Awards Gets Underway As Award Season Starts. Aired 5-6p ET
• Senators Brace For Contentious Start To Impeachment Trial; Prince Harry: Great Sadness That It Has Come To This; Reports: Push For Impeachment Witnesses Escalates Ahead Of Trial; Interview With Rep. Maxine Waters (D-CA); Focus Now On Corporate Earnings With Phase One Of Trade Deal Signed; Schiff: Intel Community Withholding Ukraine Documents From Congress; Candidates Racing To The First Finish Line In Iowa. Aired 6-7p ET
• SAG Awards Pave The Road To Oscars Gold; Senators Brace For Contentious Start To Impeachment Trial, Texas Voters React; Prince Harry Publicly Addresses Decision To Leave Royal Life; Source: Trump Wanted High-Profile Team To Defend Him On T.V.; FBI Expects Extremist Groups To Attend Pro-Gun Rally In Virginia; Biden Wants Sanders' Apology. Aired 7-8p ET
• Queen Elizabeth Announces Prince Harry and Meghan Markle No Longer Working Members of British Royal Family; Key Impeachment Filings from U.S. House, President; Iran Will Send Downed Plane's Black Boxes to Ukraine; Virginia Declares State of Emergency ahead of Gun Rights Rally at State Capital; Australia Fires; Anti-Government Protests In Beirut; Libya Summit to Call for Sanctions If Ceasefire Violated; Demonstrators Gather in Washington, D.C., for Fourth Annual Women's March. Aired 5-6a ET
• Queen Elizabeth Announces Prince Harry and Meghan Markle No Longer Working Members of British Royal Family; Key Impeachment Filings from U.S. House, President; Iran Will Send Downed Plane's Black Boxes to Ukraine; Anti-Government Protests In Beirut; Libya Summit to Call for Sanctions If Ceasefire Violated; Demonstrators Gather in Washington, D.C., for Fourth Annual Women's March; Virginia Declares State of Emergency ahead of Gun Rights Rally at State Capital; Trump Administration Rolls Back on Obama Lunch Program. Aired 4-5a ET


January 18, 2020
• Parnas Documents Suggest U.S. Ambassador Was Spied On; Trump Adds Attorneys with TV Experience to Defense Team; Trump Recounts Details before Soleimani's Death; Judge Upholds Temporary Gun Ban outside Virginia's Capital. Aired 3-3:30a ET
• Trump Recounts Details before Soleimani's Death; Parnas Documents Suggest U.S. Ambassador Was Spied On; Trump Adds Attorneys with TV Experience to Defense Team; Senate Prepares for Showdown over Witnesses, New Evidence; Judge Upholds Temporary Gun Ban outside Virginia's Capital; Kiev Launches Criminal Probes as Trump Impeachment Trial Begins; Delta Fuel Dump Angers L.A. Community; Three U.S. Airports to Check Passengers for Deadly Chinese Coronavirus; Evelyn Yang Reveals Sexual Assault by Her OB-GYN; Britain Decides if Brexit Is Worth a Bong. Aired 4-5a ET
• Trump Recounts Details before Soleimani's Death; Parnas Documents Suggest U.S. Ambassador Was Spied On; Trump Adds Attorneys with TV Experience to Defense Team; Senate Prepares for Showdown over Witnesses, New Evidence; Judge Upholds Temporary Gun Ban outside Virginia's Capital; Kiev Launches Criminal Probes as Trump Impeachment Trial Begins; Cooler Temps and Rain Ease Australia Bushfires; Filipinos Make Bricks from Volcano Ash, Plastic Trash. Aired 5-6a ET
• Trump White House Announces Legal Defense Team for Senate Impeachment Trial; House Democrats Release Text Messages from Lev Parnas that Indicate Devin Nunes Possibly Aware of Ukraine Quid Pro Quo; Demonstrators Gather in Washington D.C. for Fourth Annual Women's March; President Trump Comments on Death of Iranian General Soleimani During Fundraiser; Virginia Declares State of Emergency Ahead of Pro Gun Rights Rally at State Capital; Severe Weather Affecting Large Parts of U.S.: Rep. Steven Cohen (D-TN) Interviewed on House Speaker Pelosi's Handling of House Impeachment; Democratic Presidential Candidates Campaign in Iowa Ahead of Caucuses. Aired 10-11a ET
• Trump On Trial; New Parnas Documents Suggest U.S. Ambassador Was Surveilled; Anti-Government Protests In Beirut; Women's Marches Getting Underway Across The Country; Evelyn Yang Speaks At NYC Women's March; Trump Recounts Details Leading Up To Soleimani's Death; Daily Tremors Continue As Puerto Rico Struggles To Recover; Tallahassee's Civil Rights History. Aired 11a-12p ET
• House, President Both Face Key Impeachment Deadlines Today; Anti-Government Protests Turn Violent, Tear Gas Being Fired As Protesters Clash With Police; Donald Trump Legal Team Adds Starr, Dershowitz; Democrat Candidates Campaign In Iowa With Caucuses 16 Days Away; Women's Marches Taking Place Today Across The U.S., World; WAPO: National Archives Blur Images Critical Of President Trump; New Parnas Documents Suggest U.S. Ambassador Was Surveilled; Airline Passengers From China To Be Screened For New Illness. Aired 12-1p ET
• Queen Elizabeth Announces Prince Harry And Meghan Markle No Longer Working Members Of British Royal Family; House Impeachment Managers Face Deadline To Submit Impeachment Brief For Senate Trial; Case For President Trump's Impeachment Examined; Analysts Assess Possible Challenges For Prince Harry And Meghan Markle In Wake Of Split With Royal Family; New York City Passes Law Mandating Building Renovations To Increase Energy Efficiency. Aired 2-3p ET
• Harry And Meghan Will No Longer Use Royal Highness Titles; House, Trump Facing Impeachment Trial Deadlines In Coming Hours; House Releases Trove Of Documents From Indicted Giuliani Associate; Trump Adds Ken Starr To Legal Team For Senate Trial; 2020 Dems Blitz Campaign Trail Before Impeachment Trial; Trump: Impeachment Trial Is "Rigging The Election Again Against Bernie Sanders"; Biden's Campaign Ad Features Obama Speech Praising Him; Biden Open To O'Rourke, Castro As Possible Running Mate; A Man Challenged Tulsi Gabbard To A Push-Up Contest (He Lost); "Joker" Film In The Spotlight At Annual SAG Awards. Aired 3-4p ET
• The Senate Impeachment Trial Is Officially Underway; House, Trump Facing Impeachment Trial Deadlines in Coming Hours; New Documents Show Communication Between Parnas and Nunes Aide; Harry And Meghan Will No Longer Represent Royal Family. Aired 4-5p ET
• Airline Passengers From China To be Screened For New Virus; Trump Insist He Doesn't Know Giuliani Associate Parnas; New Parnas Documents Suggest U.S. Ambassador Was Spied On; House. Aired 1-2p ET
• Trump's Legal Team Calls Articles A Dangerous Attack; 5pm Et: Deadline For House Managers To Submit Arguments; House Dems Make Their Case For Removing Trump From Office. Aired 7-8p ET
• Royalty Giving Up Titles; The Impeachment Trial; Suspected Neo- Nazis Arrested Ahead Of Virginia Pro-Gun Rally; House Democrats File Arguments Ahead Of Impeachment Trial; Trump White House Pushes Pizza Over Veggies For School Lunch. Aired 5-6p ET
• Charges That Led To Trump's Impeachment; Trump: Giuliani Letter To Zelensky "Wouldn't Have Been A Big Deal; Grave Fears For Wildlife On Australia's Kangaroo Island; Harry And Meghan Will No Longer Use "Royal Highness" Titles. Aired 8-9p ET


January 17, 2020
• Iran's Supreme Leader to Lead Friday Prayers; Senate Impeachment Trial Kicks Off; Australia Getting Too Much Rain; Ukraine to Investigate Surveillance on Marie Yovanovitch. Aired 3-3:30a ET
• President Says U.S. Senate Trial "Should Do Very Quickly"; Documents Suggest U.S. Ambassador Under Surveillance; Five Countries Demand Answers From Iran On Downed Flight; China Reports Its Weakest Annual Growth in 29 Years; U.S. Senate Passes USMCA Trade Agreement; Brazil's Indigenous Tribes United to Save Amazon. Aired 1-2a ET
• Iranian Supreme Leader Expected To Lead Friday Prayer; Heavy Rain Drench Fire-Hit States, Trigger Flooding; Five Countries Demand Answer From Iran On Downed Flight; President Trump Impeachment Trial; Ukrainian Investigation; Toll on World's Second Biggest Economy; Sweeping Trade Deal. Aired 2-3a ET
• Impeachment Trial Opens as Battle Over Evidence and Witnesses Heats Up; Pompeo Silent About Possible Surveillance of Ex-U.S. Ambassador; Pressure Grows on GOP Senators Over Calling of Witnesses for Impeachment Trial; Source: Intel Officials Ask Congress Not to Hold Public Hearings After Threat Assessment Angered Trump Last Year. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• Trump Calls U.S. Generals 'Dopes and Babies'; Interview With Former Sen. Russ Feingold (D-WI); Trump Names Ken Starr and Alan Dershowitz to Defense Team. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• Interview with Former Secretary of Defense William Cohen; Neo- Nazis Arrested Ahead of Virginia Gun Rights Rally; SAG Awards This Weekend May Signal Oscars' Voting Trends. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• U.S. Troops Injured in Missile Attack; Yang's Wife Shares Assault; Trump Adds to his Legal Team. Aired 9:30-10a
• Trump Adds 3 Attorneys, with TV Experience to Defense Team; Interview with Former Sen. Russ Feingold, (D-WI), Senate Impeachment Trial for Bill Clinton; Senate Prepares for Showdown Over Witnesses, New Evidence; WAPO Poll shows 8 in 10 Black Americans Believe Trump is Racist; Controversial "Joker" Film Nominated for SAG Award; Judge Upholds Temporary Gun Ban Outside Virginia's Capital; Rep. Ayanna Pressley (D-MA) Opens Up About Her Struggle with Hair Loss. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• Trump Adds To His Legal Team As Impeachment Trial Starts; Pompeo Says He Was Not Aware Ex U.S. Ambassador Was Possibly Surveilled; 11 U.S. Troops Injured In Iran Missile Attack. Aired 10- 10:30a ET
• Andrew Yang's Wife Evelyn Shares Her Story Of Sexual Assault; Ranking The Top 5 Democrats As The Field Narrows. Aired 2:30-3p ET
• Two Ex-Clinton Impeachment Investigators Join Trump Team; that U.S. Troops Were Indeed Injured In Iranian Missile Attack On Two Military Bases In Iraq Just Last Week; Secretary Of State Mike Pompeo Breaks His Silence, Promises To Take Action Over The Alleged Surveillance Of A Former U.S. Ambassador. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• Senate Impeachment Trial to Begin Tuesday; China Reports Its Weakest Annual Growth in 29 Years; Iran Enriching More Uranium Now Than Before Nuclear Deal; Five Countries Demand Answers from Iran on Downed Flight; Australian Celebs Work for Bushfire Relief; Prince Harry and Meghan's Move Sends Media Into a Frenzy. Aired 12-1a ET


January 16, 2020
• U.S. House Managers Deliver Impeachment Articles to Senate; New Documents Shed Light on Giuliani's Shadow Efforts in Ukraine; U.S. and China Sign Phase One Trade Deal; Forecast Brings Hope to Part of Fire- Ravaged Australia; Parnas: Trump 'Aware of All My Movements' in Ukraine; Royals Appear in Public After Family Dispute. Aired 12-1a ET
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• Impeachment Managers Names, Articles Sent To Senate; U.S. And China Sings First Phase Of Trade Agreement; Russian Government Resigns As Putin Signals Major Shift; NOAA & NASA: 2019 Second Hottest Year on Record; Building the "Sussex Royal" Brand. Aired 1-2a ET
• U.S. House Managers Deliver Impeachment Articles to Senate; New Documents Shed Light on Giuliani's Shadow Efforts in Ukraine; U.S. and China Sign Phase One Trade Deal; Entire Russian Government Resigns amid Putin's Reforms; Forecast Brings Hope to Part of Fire-Ravaged Australia; Impeachment Managers Named, Articles Sent To Senate; Evacuees Returning Home Despite Risk Of Violent Eruption; U.S. To Lift Hold On $8.2 Billion For Puerto Rico. Aired 2-3a ET
• Articles of Impeachment Now to the Senate Floor; From Too Much Heat to Heavy Rain; Vladimir Putin Prepares for His Future in Politics; President Trump Signs Trade Deal with China; Lev Parnas in his All-out Admission. Aired 3-3:30a ET
• Sen. Robert Menendez (D-NJ) is Interviewed about Impeachment; Sanders and Warren Feud; Peter Navarro talks Trade Agreements. Aired 9:30-10a ET
• Interview with Sen. John Barrasso (R-WY); No Public Statements from Warren and Sanders; Harry Appears Publicly for Engagement Following Sandringham Meeting. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• Giuliani Associate Directly Implicates Trump In Ukraine Scheme; GAO Says, Budget Office Violated Law In Withholding Ukraine Aid. Aired 10-10:30a ET


January 15, 2020
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• New York Times Posts Video It Says Shows Two Missiles Striking Ukrainian Passenger Plane; Democratic Hopefuls Face Off At CNN Debate; Smoke From Australia's Bushfire Chokes Melbourne; U.S. And China Phase One Trade Deal; President Trump's Senate Impeachment Trial; Giuliani Associates Lev Parnas Wants To Testify; New York Times Reports Russians Hacked Burisma; Texts Suggest Yovanovitch Was Being Surveilled In Ukraine; Beirut Protests Take A Violent Turn; Deadly Avalanche; Plane Dumps Fuel Over Los Angeles; Factoring In Canada; Democrats Gave Their Best Shot in Des Moines; Video Said to Contain Crucial Details About Ukrainian Airline Shoot Down; Evacuees from Philippines Return to Their Homes; Melbourne Open Interrupted by Poor Weather. Aired 3:10-4a ET
• U.S. Ambassador to Ukraine Under Surveillance?; Interview With Former Rep. Chris Cannon (R-UT); House Approves Sending Impeachment Articles to Senate. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• Rep. Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) Announces Impeachment Managers. Aired 10-10:30a ET
• House Approves Sending Impeachment Articles To Senate; More Evidence From Giuliani Associate May Be Released According To Adam Schiff; Sen. Jeanne Shaheen (D-NH) Reacts On Donald Trump's Impeachment Trial To Begin Tuesday. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• What Does Icy Sanders-Warren Feud Mean For Iowa?; Gov. Gretchen Whitmer (D-MI) Reacts To How A Woman Can Win A Presidency Question; President Trump Signs Phase 1 China Trade Deal. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• Rep. Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) Announces Impeachment Managers; Impeachment Managers Represent Diversity of the Country; Interview with Rep. Tom Reed (R-NY). Aired 10:30-11a ET
• Trump To Sign Phase 1 Trade Deal With China; Russian Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev Announces He And Entire Russian Government Will Be Resigning. Aired 9:30-10a ET
• House Approves Sending Impeachment Articles to Senate; Debate Puts Spotlight on Which Candidate Can take on Trump; State Department suddenly Cancels Two Classified Briefings on Iran; Entire Russian Government Resigns Over Putin's Constitutional Changes. Aired 2:30-3p ET
• Sanders and Warren Clash Over Claim He Said a Woman Can't Win the Presidency; Warren Snubs Sanders' Handshake After Iowa Debate; House Vote Kicks Off Process to Start Trial in Senate. Aired 9-9:30a ET


January 14, 2020
• Trump Officials Struggle to Explain Soleimani Intel; Anti- Government Protests In Iran; Philippines Government Urges Total Evacuation Near Manila; Royal Separation Drama; Official: Melbourne Air Quality Now 'Worst in the World'; House Democrats to Vote on Impeachment Managers; White House Dreams of Winter Wonderland. Aired 12-1a ET
• Trump Attacks Democrats For Questioning Iran Policy; Philippines Bracing For Potentially Violent Eruption; Queen Supports Harry And Meghan's Independent Life; Iran Protests; Critics Rail against Oscar Nominations. Aired 1-2a ET
• Melbourne Breaks the Record of Having the Worst Air Quality; Philippines Taal Volcano Still in Alert Level Four; Queen Elizabeth De-escalates Tensions. 3-3:30a ET
• Melbourne Shrouded in Smoke; Philippines Government Urges Total Evacuation Near Manila; Trump Officials Struggle to Explain Soleimani Intel; Anti-Government Protests In Iran; Royal Separation Drama. Aired 2-3a ET
• Sanders and Warren's Feud Escalates Ahead of Debate; Senator Booker Drops Out of 2020 Race for President; Six Democratic Candidates Face Off Tonight in CNN Iowa Debate; Nancy Pelosi Meets with Democratic Caucus on Impeachment; Four Key GOP Senators Signal They're Open to Trial Witnesses; Russians Hack Energy Company Tied to Trump Ukraine Scandal. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• Russia Hacks Burisma; Democrats Set to Debate; Senate Preparing to Begin Impeachment Trial. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• Arrests Made in Downed Ukraine Plane; Iran Threatened with Sanctions; Unaware of Embassy Threats; Sen. Jeanne Shaheen (D-NH) is Interviewed about Impeachment; Impeachment Managers to be Named Tomorrow; Australian Town Fights Fires. Aired 9:30-10a ET
• Interview with Rep. Austin Scott (R-GA); Apple in Encryption Disagreement with Bill Barr over Pensacola Shooting; Meghan Markle Did Not Dial in for Meeting with Queen. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• Rep. Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) Suggests House Will Vote Tomorrow On Impeachment Managers; Six Democratic Candidates Face Off Tonight In CNN Iowa Debate. Aired 10-10:30a ET
• Russians Hack Company at Center of Trump Ukraine Scandal; The Shifting Evolution of Trump Administration's Claims of Imminence; Big Events Collide on Calendar: Debate, Impeachment and Votes; Trump May Divert Billions More in Pentagon Funds for Wall. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• Candidates Arrive To CNN Debate Stage For Critical Showdown; Pelosi To Hold House Vote To Send Impeachment To Senate Tomorrow; Pelosi Demands Congress To Be Briefed On Russian Attack Of Burisma. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• Op-Ed: Bloomberg & Steyer Are Setting Dangerous Example; Source: Meghan Markle Did Not Call Into Queen's Crisis Meeting & What The Queen's Statement Meant; Indecisive Iowans Worry Other Democrats That 2020 Race Is "A Mess"; Lawyer For Giuliani Associate, Lev Parnas, Trolls Trump; Trump Under Fire For Re-tweeting Racist Photo Of Pelosi & Schumer. Aired 2:30-3p ET


January 13, 2020
• Royal Family to Meet to Discuss Harry & Meghan's Future; Showers Forecast for New South Wales to Bring Relief; David Calhoun Taking Charge as CEO of Troubled Jet Maker Boeing; Protests Spread After Iran Admits Downing Plane; Canada Mourns Victims Of Downed Ukrainian Airplane; Philippines Warns Another Eruption Could Come Soon. Aired 12-1a ET
• Family to Meet to Discuss Harry and Meghan's Future; Human Rights Watch: Director Denied Entry into Hong Kong; Australian PM's Approval Rating Dips after Crisis Response; U.S. and Australian Firefighters Battle Crisis Together; Academy Award Contenders to be Announced; Protest Spread After Iran Admits Downing Plane; U.S. Forces Describe Surviving Iranian Missile Attack; Philippines Warns Another Eruption Could Come Soon. Aired 1-2a ET
• Trump Administration Offers no Proof on Their Claim of an Imminent Threat; Iranians Angry Over Ukrainian Air Shoot Down; Philippines Taal Volcano Erupts; Royal Family to Discuss Duke and Duchess of Sussex's Future; U.S. troops assigned at Al Asad Air Base told CNN their harrowing experience when Iran bombed their base almost two weeks ago as they struggle to find shelter at a former enemy's bunker; protesters in Iran are demanding justice over the 176 people killed on board Ukrainian Airline after Iranian leaders admit its mistake; attorney for Robert Durst, Dick Deguerin told CNN how they are looking at his client's upcoming trial in February. Durst is accused of killing his friend Susan Berman 20 years ago, but was acquitted in Texas last December. Aired 3-4a ET
• Democrats To Decide When To Send Articles To Senate; Human Rights Watch Director Denied Entry To Hong Kong; Olympians Banned From Political Protest On The Field; Protests on the Streets After Iran Admits Shooting Down Plane; CNN Reports From Inside the Air Base Targeted by Iran; Canada Grieves for the 57 Canadian Citizens Killed in the Crash; Alert Level Up in the Philippines After Volcano Erupts; Australia Bushfires, the Prime Minister's Approval Rating Down, and U.S. and Australia Partnering to Battle the Crisis. Aired 2-3a ET
• Democratic Presidential Debate Tomorrow on CNN; Prince Harry Meeting with Queen Today; Interview with Chris Levi, Army Vet. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• Pelosi Gears Up to Hand Over Articles of Impeachment; British Royal Family Holds Summit to Discuss Prince Harry and Meghan; White House Faces Storm Over Iran Intelligence as Impeachment Trial Looms; Trump Admin Struggles to Defend Claim of Plot Against Embassies. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• Royal Separation Drama; Interview With Rep. Ro Khanna (D-CA); Shifting Explanations on Iran Strike; Trump Calls for Senate to Dismiss Impeachment Charges. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• Democrats Gear up for Debate; Royals Hold High-Stakes Summit; Attack on Al-Assad Air Base. Aired 9:30-10a ET
• White House Faces Storm Over Iran Intel As Impeachment Trial Looms; Rep. Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) Preparing To Send Impeachment Articles To Senate. Aired 10-10:30a ET
• Queen Would Have Preferred Harry And Meghan to Stay Full-Time Royals; State Department Security Officials Were Not Notified of Imminent Threats to 4 Embassies; Violent Protests Erupt in Iran After Government Admits Downing Plane; Bloomberg Blasts Current Primary Process, Says It Helps Trump; Issa Rae on Oscar Nominees, Congratulations to Those Men. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• DOJ To Reveal Results Of Probe Into Shooting That Killed Three Sailors; Trump Officials Struggle To Defend Claims Of Embassy Plot; 2020 Race Heats Up. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• Cory Booker Drops Out Of 2020 Presidential Race; Sanders Reportedly Tells Warner No Woman Can Win 2020 Election; Widow Of U.S. Soldier Killed By Iranian-Backed Militias Talks Soleimani Death; "L.A. Time's" Virginia Heffernan Likens Trump Supporters To A Cult. Aired 2:30-3p ET


January 12, 2020
• Protests in Iran; Airbase Shooting Probe; Australian PM Apologizes; Royal Family to Discuss Harry and Meghan's Move. Aired 3- 3:30a ET
• Protests in Iran; Trump Administration's Mixed Messages on "Imminent Threat"; Iowa Voters Divided on Impeachment; Iraq Wants U.S. troops Out; Australian PM Apologizes; Utah Man Rescued in Alaskan Wilderness. Aired 4-5a ET
• Protests In Iran; Iowa Voters Divided On Impeachment; Iraq Wants U.S. Troops Out; Royal Family To Discuss Harry And Meghan's Move. Aired 5-6a ET
• Protests in Tehran After Iran Admits Shooting Down Ukrainian Plane; Secretary Esper Saw No Evidence of Threat to Four U.S. Embassies; Trump Sends Message in Farsi to Iran; Two Service Members Killed In Afghanistan has Been Identified; Speaker Nancy Pelosi Speaks About Withholding Articles of Impeachment; Taal Volcano in the Philippine Erupts and Spews Ash. Aired 5-6p ET
• Rockets Target Another Iraqi Base Housing U.S. Troops; Growing Unrest In Iran; Pelosi Defends Delay. Aired 3-4p ET
• Protests in Iran; Iowa Voters Divided on Impeachment; Iraq Wants U.S. troops Out; Royal Family to Discuss Harry and Meghan's Move. Aired 5-6a ET
• Rockets Target Another Iraqi Base Housing U.S. Troops; Growing Unrest In Iran; Heartbreak In Canada; Rep. Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) Defends Impeachment Delay, It's About A Fair Trial; Australian Prime Minister Expresses Regret Over Handling Of Wildfires; Royal Family To Meet Monday To Discuss Harry And Meghan's Future. Aired 2-3p ET
• Sanders Campaign Pens Scathing Op-Ed Criticizing Biden's Record On Racial Justice; Five Candidates Will Be Stuck In Washington For Impeachment Trial; Polls: Steyer Has Strong Showing In South Carolina, Nevada; Steyer Credits "Grassroots Organizing" For Recent Surge In Polls; Warren "Disappointed" In Sanders Over Reported Attacks; Warren Responds To Report On Sanders' Volunteers Trashing Her; Sanders Gaining Momentum In Final Weeks Before Iowa Caucuses; Queen Seeking Solution For Harry & Meghan Stepping Back; Royal Family To Meet Monday To Discuss Harry & Meghan's Future; Prince Harry Defies The Queen By Announcing He And Meghan Will Step Back From Royal Duties; Republicans Falsely Accuse Democrats Of Mourning Soleimani; Aired 4-5p ET
• Top Trump Administration Official Decline To Provide Evidence That Soleimani Would Attack Four U.S. Embassies; Rep. Nancy Pelosi (D- CA) Says She Has No Regrets About Withholding Articles. Aired 6-7p ET
• Protests Erupt in Iran After Tehran Admits Shooting Down Plane, Trump Warns Against Killing Protesters; Officials Decline to Provide Evidence Soleimani Would Attack Four U.S. Embassies; Interview with Rep. Gerry Connolly (D-VA); Sanders, Warren, Biden Face Off Ahead of Last Presidential Debate, Iowa Caucus. Aired 7-8p ET


January 11, 2020
• Iran Admits to Unintentionally Shooting Down Ukrainian Plane; U.S. Announces New Sanctions against Iran; NSW South Coast Welcomes Back Tourists after Bushfire Shutdown; Taiwan Votes. Aired 3-4a ET
• Iran Admits to Unintentionally Shooting Down Ukrainian Plane; Oman Names New Leader; Trump Now Claims Soleimani Targeted Four U.S. Embassies without Evidence or Explanation of Imminent Threatens South Coast Welcomes Back Tourists after Bushfire Shutdown. Aired 4-5a ET
• Iranian Officials Admit to Accidentally Shooting Down Ukrainian Passenger Jet; President Trump Comments on Imminence of Threats Posed by Iranian General Qasem Soleimani; Puerto Rico Experiences Continued Earthquake Aftershocks; John Bolton Says He Will Testify in Senate Impeachment Trial if Subpoenaed; Iran May Work with European and Other Countries to Maintain Nuclear Deal; Nancy Pelosi to Send Articles of Impeachment to Senate; Bernie Sanders Leading in Iowa in New Poll. Aired 10-11a ET
• Damage Caused By Iranian Missiles Fired At Iraq Bases Housing U.S. Troops Surveyed; Iranian Officials Admit To Accidentally Shooting Down Ukrainian Passenger Jet; Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau Calls On Iran To Take Responsibility For Shooting Down Of Passenger Jet; Rep. Vicente Gonzalez (D-TX) Is Interviewed On Texas Governor's Decision To Take No More Refugees Into Texas; Democratic Presidential Candidate Bernie Sanders Leading In Iowa In New Poll; Democratic Presidential Candidate Joe Biden Leads With African-American Voters Nationwide; Severe Weather Threatens Parts Of U.S. South And Midwest; John Bolton Says He Will Testify In Senate Impeachment Trial If Subpoenaed; Nancy Pelosi To Send Articles Of Impeachment To Senate; Prince Harry And Meghan Markle Announce Decision To Step Back From Royal Duties And Seek Financial Independence. Aired 2-3p ET
• Iran Admits to Unintentionally Shooting Down Ukrainian Plane; U.S. Announces New Sanctions against Iran; Trump Now Claims Soleimani Targeted Four U.S. Embassies without Evidence or Explanation of Imminent Threat; NSW South Coast Welcomes Back Tourists after Bushfire Shutdown. Aired 5-6a ET
• First-Hand Look At Iraqi Air Base Targeted By Iran; Iran Admits Shooting Down Passenger Plane By Mistake; World Leaders Demand Full Investigation Into Iran's Missile Strike; Shifting Stories Raise Doubt Over Justification Of U.S. Strike; GOP Sen. Collins Working On Deal To Call Impeachment Witnesses; Prince Harry And Meghan Markle Stepping Back From Royal Duties. Aired 11a-12p ET
• Ukraine Investigating Case Of "Willful Killing" After Iran Admits Shooting Down Plane By Mistake; Senator Bernie Sanders Gaining Momentum In Final Weeks Before Iowa Caucuses; Shifting Stories Raise Doubt Over Justification For U.S. Strike; GOP Senator Susan Collins Working On Deal To Call Impeachment Witnesses; Puerto Rico Rattled By 5.9 Magnitude Earthquake; Iraqi Officials Continue To Question U.S. Troop Presence; Jill Biden Responds To Trump Attacks; Talks Underway To Move Secret Service To Treasury Department. Aired 12-1p ET
• Iran Admits To Shooting Down Passenger Plane By Mistake Following Tumultuous Week In The Middle East; CNN Reporting Exclusively From Air Base Targeted By Iran; Trudeau Speaks After Iran Admits To Shooting Down Passenger Plane By Mistake; Trump Says He'll "Invoke Executive Privilege To Block Bolton Testimony; Impeachment Trial Could Impact Democratic Candidates; Is Race A Factor In Harry & Meghan's Surprise Decision?; Husband Charged With Murder Of His Wife In Connecticut. Aired 1-2p ET
• Leaders Demand Accountability As Iran Admits Downing Airliner; CNN Reporting Exclusively From Air Base Targeted By Iran; Sen. Susan Collins (R-ME) Working With Small Group Of GOP Lawmakers To Ensure Trial Witnesses; FOX News Hosts Rally Around & Promote Trump's Policies; Rep. Collins Apologizes After Saying Democrats "In Love With Terrorist"; Democratic Frontrunners Locked In Four-Way Race & Many Iowa Caucus-Goers Still Undecided; Boeing Employee E-mails Mock FAA Certification Process, Question Safety Of 737 MAX Jets. Aired 3-4p ET
• Iran Admits Downing Civilian Airliner, Blames United States; Former Homeland Security Secretary Jeh Johnson Is Interviewed About National Security After Strike On Soleimani; Source: Royals To Meet Monday To Discuss Harry & Meghan; Sen. Collins Working With "Small Group" Of GOP Senators To Call Impeachment Witnesses; Triple-Threat Storm Threatens Southern States. Aired 4-5p ET
• Trump Tweets Message Of Support To Iranian Protesters In Farsi; Iran Blames Human Error For Shooting Down Plane; Trump Talks Impeachment Trial; New Details On The Crisis Rocking The British Royal Family; Mind-Boggling Numbers On The Australia Bushfires: Half A Billion Animals Now Impacted; Saudi Service Members To Be Expelled From The U.S. Aired 7-8p ET
• Imminent Threat Posed By Soleimani; Iraq Missile Strikes; Shooting Down Plane; Executive Privilege To Block Bolton; New CNN/"Des Moines Register" Poll: Razor-Tight Race In Iowa; Triple-Threat Storm Threatens Southern States; Sanders Tops Poll In Close Four-Way Race In Iowa; After Spending Tens Of Millions On Ads, Tom Steyer Qualifies For Final Debate; Three Of "Jeopardy's!" Best Players Fight For Greatest Title & $1 Million Prize. Aired 5-6p ET
• Sources: More Than A Dozen Saudi Servicemen To Be Expelled From U.S. After December Shooting At Pensacola Naval Air Station; CNN Reporting Exclusively From Air Base Targeted BY Iran; New "Megafire" Engulfs 1.5 Million Acres In Australia. Aired 8-9p ET


January 10, 2020
• Video Appears to Show Missile Hit Ukrainian Plane in Iran; House Votes to Limit Trump's War Powers Against Iran; Trump: Soleimani Planned to Strike U.S. Embassy; Source: Harry Defied Queen Over Statement on Royal Role; Wildfires Continue to Ravage Australia; Australians to Protest Government's Handling of Bush Fires; China is Watching as Taiwan Votes on Saturday. Aired 12-1a ET
• U.S. And Canada Believe Iran Shot Down Ukrainian Plane; Iranian Military Threatens Big Operation; Lawmakers Clash With Trump Over U.S. Airstrike; Thousands Set to March Against PM's Fire Response; Wildlife Devastated by Harsh Conditions; Harry and Meghan "Step Back". Aired 1- 2a ET
• Iran Denies U.S. Allegations; Australians Fed Up with their Prime Minister; Thousands of Animals Died in the Bushfires. Aired 3- 3:30a ET
• U.S. And Canada Believe Iran Shot Down Ukraine Plane; Wildlife Devastated By Harsh Conditions; Report: Meghan Markle Returns To Canada; U.S. and Canada Believe Iran Shot Down Ukrainian Plane; Friends and Families Mourn Iran Crash Victims; U.S.-Iran Tensions; Australia Bushfires; Burning With Anger in Australia; President Trump Overhauls Landmark Environmental and Climate Rules. Aired 2-3a ET
• Tom Steyer Qualifies for Final Democratic Presidential Debate; Interview with Rep. Austin Scott (R-GA); Live Coverage of Mike Pompeo and Steven Mnuchin Press Conference. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• Justice Department Finds No Evidence of Wrongdoing by Clintons; Ukraine Plane Crash Investigation; Trump's Shifting Explanations for Soleimani Killing. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• House Votes to Limit President Trump's War Powers Against Iran; Nancy Pelosi: I'll Send Impeachment Articles to Senate Soon; E- mails from Boeing Employees Show They Questioned the Safety of 737 Max Jets; Mike Pompeo Offers Condolences and Help to Ukraine President. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• December Jobs Report; Rep. Anthony Brown (D-MD) is Interviewed about Iraq Withdrawal and Buttigieg Support; Probe into Clinton Winds Down; Prince Harry Defies Queen. Aired 9:30-10a ET
• DOJ's Probe of Clinton Fizzles Due to Lack of Evidence; Is Race A Factor in Harry And Meghan's Surprise Decision; Russian Warship Aggressively Approached U.S. Destroyer; Sanders Crosses Paths with Actor Who Plays Him on SNL. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• House Votes To Limit Trump's War Powers Against Iran; Rep. Nancy Pelosi (D-CA): I'll Send Impeachment Articles Soon To Senate; New Video Shows Moment Ukrainian Plan Crashed In Tehran. Aired 10- 10:30a ET
• Pompeo Claims Congress Briefed On Soleimani Threat Despite Lawmakers Claiming Otherwise; Pelosi Plans To Send Impeachment Articles To Senate Next Week; Dow Setting A New Record Today. Aired 2- 2:30p ET
• New Video Appears to Show Moment Airliner Crashes in Iran; John Kerry Discusses Iran Crisis, Soleimani Killing, Iran Nuclear Deal, Biden Campaign, Presidential Race. Aired 2:30-3p ET


January 09, 2020
• Prime Minister Says Iraq Got Advance Notice Of Attack; Prince Harry And Meghan Step Back From Senior Roles; Questions Surround Ukraine Plane Crash In Iran; Trump Signals De-escalation in Iran Crisis; Ghosn Defends Escape, Wants His Name Cleared. Aired 1-2a ET
• Trump, Iran Appears To Be Standing Down; U.S. Military Leaders, Iran Meant To Kill U.S. Troops; U.S. Official Warn Of Iran Proxies And Cyber-Attacks; Carlos Ghosn Opens Up About His Escape; Energy Independence; Disruptions in Strait Of Hormuz Affects Oil Prices; Justin Bieber Reveals He's Battling Lyme Disease; Meet Ballie, Samsung Unveils Its Life Companion Robot. Aired 3-4a ET
• Trump Signals De-escalation in Iran Crisis; Iraq Wants U.S. Out; Prince Harry and Meghan Step Back From Senior Roles; Questions Surround Ukraine Plane Crash in Iran; Smoke Clears Enough for Firefighting Helicopters to Fly; Carlos Ghosn Speaks Publicly after Escape from Japan. Aired 12-1a ET
• Iranian Missiles Missed Targets In Northern Iraq; CNN Gets Exclusive Look At Wildfires From The Air; Trump: No Need To Rely On Middle East For Oil; Two Rockets Land In Baghdad's Heavily Fortified Green Zone; Two GOP Senators Blast Administration After Iran Briefing; Prince Harry and Meghan Step Back From Senior Roles; Questions Surround Ukraine Plane Crash in Iran. Aired 2-3a ET
• Did Mike Pompeo Convince Trump to Kill Iranian General?; Did Iran Shoot Down Ukrainian Plane?. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• Ukraine Plane Caught Fire before Crash; Rep. John Garamendi (D- CA) is Interviewed about War Powers Vote; Prince Harry and Meghan Step Back. Aired 9:30-10a ET
• Iranian Commander Warns of Harsher Revenge to Come; House Set to Vote on War Powers Resolution Today; Democrats' Pressure Grows on Pelosi to Send Articles of Impeachment to Senate; WAPO:March 29, 2020