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April 13, 2021
• Netanyahu Vows To Stifle Iran's Nuclear Efforts; U.S. Denies Involvement In Natanz Facility Blackout; WHO Says Vaccines, Measures Can Bring Coronavirus Under Control; German Chancellor Angela Merkel To Meet With Cabinet On Curbing Third Wave; Expert Cardiologist Says Floyd's Death Was Preventable; Some Migrants Expelled By U.S. Face Danger They Had Fled; Chinese Official Admits Efficacy Issue With Its COVID-19 Vaccine; Protests In Montreal Over Curfew. Aired 2-2:45a ET
• Ukraine Estimates an Additional 50,000 Russian Troops Gathering in Border Region and Crimea; Tehran Blames Israel for Natanz Facility Blackout; Police Fire Tear Gas at Crowds in Second Night of Protests after Minnesota Officer Fatally Shoots Black Man; White House Advisor: U.S. Not Dependent on J&J to Reach Vaccine Goals; Hong Kong Won't Air Oscars for First time Since 1969; Protestors on Streets with Curfews in Effect after Fatal Minnesota Shooting. Aired 12-12:45a ET
• Ukrainian President Tours Trenches Amid Russian Troop Buildup; World's Largest Pilgrimage Goes on Amid India's COVID Surge; Vaccines Arrive Too Late for Canada to Avoid Third Wave; Royal Family Mourns During Public Family Rift; Tehran Blames Israel for Natanz Facility Blackout; English Pubs and Other Businesses Reopen; George Floyd's Brother Gives Emotional Testimony. Aired 1-2a ET
• World Needs to Cooperate to Get Out from the Pandemic; Germany Looking to Implement Tougher Restrictions; France Celebrates Easing of Lockdown; Japan Wants to Release Treated Water into the Sea; George Floyd's Family Member Testifies Today; Outrage Spark Over Daunte Wright's Death; Iran Nuclear Incident on Natanz Nuclear Facility; India Surpasses Brazil as Second Most Affected Country; Thousand Evacuated from Red Zone on St. Vincent; Exclusive Look at Eastern Ukraine Front Lines; Moment of Silence and Tributes in Parliament. Aired 3-4a ET
• Body Camera Video Shows Officer Shoot Daunte Wright; Two Tragedies Tear at Racial Divides in Twin Cities Metro; Experts Agree the Floyd's Death was Preventable; Vaccines Arrive Too Late for Canada to Avoid Third Wave; Merkel Meeting with Cabinet on Curbing Third Wave; Tehran Blames Israel for Natanz Outage, Vows Revenge. Aired 4- 4:30a ET
• Police Release Bodycam Footage of Fatal Minnesota Shooting; Japan to Release Treated Fukushima Water into the Sea; Biden Meets Bipartisan Group to Discuss Infrastructure Plan; Some Migrants Expelled by U.S. Face Danger They had Fled. Aired 4:30-5a ET
• CDC and FDA Call for Pause of J&J Vaccine over Blood Clot Concerns; CDC Says, Vaccine Safety Top Priority for Federal Government. Aired 10-10:30a ET
• Honoring Capitol Hill Officer William "Billy" Evans. Aired 11:30a-12p ET
• Prosecution Rests, Defense Begins Case In Chauvin Murder Trial; Honoring Capitol Hill Officer William "Billy" Evans. Aired 11-11:30a ET
• White House Says, J&J will not have Significant Effect on Overall Vaccine Supply; Second Night of Unrest after Police Killing of Daunte Wright. Aired 1-1:30p ET
• CDC and FDA Call for Pause on Use of Johnson & Johnson Vaccine Over Blood Clot Concerns; Second Night of Protests Continues After the Killing of a 20-Year-Old Black Man in Minneapolis; Defense to Begin its Case Today in the Killing of George Floyd; Futures Slide After FDA Pauses Use of J&J Vaccine. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• Testimony Continues in Derek Chauvin Trial; Brooklyn Center, Minnesota, Mayor Holds Press Conference. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• Live Coverage of FDA Media Call Explaining Johnson & Johnson Vaccine Pause; Live Coverage of Billy Evans Motorcade; Live Coverage of Derek Chauvin Trial. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• Chauvin Murder Trial; Sen. Roger Wicker (R-MS) is Interviewed about the Infrastructure Plan; John Kerry is Interviewed about Climate Change. Aired 9:30-10a ET.
• Fifth Officer to Arrive on Scene Testifies Crowd Seemed "Aggressive"; Officer Who Shot Daunte Wright Resigns; Brooklyn Center Mayor Holds Press Conference; Brooklyn Center Police Chief Resigns, New Leadership Announced; Mother of Daunte Wright Speaks of Last Phone Call with Son. Aired 1:30-2p ET
• Prosecution Cross-Examines Use-Of-Force Expert in Chauvin Trial. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• Defense Questions Use-of-Force Expert in Chauvin Trial. Aired 2:30-3p ET
• Testimony Continues In Derek Chauvin Trial. Aired 3-3:30p ET


April 12, 2021
• Tehran Nuclear Facility Experiences Blackout; Royal Siblings Grateful for Outpouring of Support; Recent Tensions Ease in Northern Ireland; England Enters 'Step 2' of Exiting Lockdown; India Hits 100 Million Vaccinations, But Cases Still Surge; Thailand Pins Tourism Reopening Hopes on Vaccines; Protesters March Peacefully in Myanmar after Weekend of Violence; St. Vincent Suffers power Outage after Volcano Eruption. Aired 12-1a ET
• Protests March Peacefully after Weekend of Violence; Germany Surpasses 3 Million Cases since Pandemic Began; St. Vincent Suffers Power Outage after Volcano Eruption; Matsuyama's Major Win; Iran's Nuclear Chief: Natanz Incident A "Terrorist Action"; England's Cautious Return To Normalcy; Festival Draws Millions As India's COVID Cases Spike. Aired 1-2a ET
• Recent Tensions Ease In Northern Ireland; Power Outage Follows Volcanic Eruptions; Women And Diversity Win Big At British Awards Ceremony; Iran Nuclear Facility Sabotaged; Michigan's Surging New COVID Cases, Calling for More Vaccines; England Begins Phase Two of Exiting Restrictions; Pilgrimage in India Feared to Spike Surge of New COVID-19 Cases; Special Session in the House of Commons for Prince Philip. Aired 2-3a ET
• England Enters Step Two in Easing COVID Restrictions; Germany Tops Three Million Cases, ICU Beds at Peak Occupancy; Congress Returns this Week with Infrastructure on Agenda; Protests Erupt After Man Dies in Officer-Involved Shooting; Third Week of Chauvin Trial to Begin in Coming Hours; U.S. Army Officer Sues Police for Excessive Force. Aired 4-4:30a ET
• Trial for Derek Chauvin Wraps Up; Police Paranoid with Traffic Violations; Airline Facing a Tough Challenge Ahead; Royal Family Prepares Prince Philip's Funeral; Tribe in Vanuatu Mourns for the Duke of Edinburgh; Thailand Tourist Industry Wants to See Life Back to Normal; A Day to Celebrate in England; Michigan's COVID-19 Cases Rising; Iran Points Finger to Israel for Natanz Incident; Myanmar's Military Have Different Version of Story; Outrage Spark in the Streets of Minnesota. Aired 3-4a ET
• House of Commons to Meet to Remember Duke of Edinburgh; Recent Tensions Ease in Northern Ireland; Iranian Foreign Minister Blames Israel for Natanz Incident; Protesters in Myanmar March Peacefully After Weekend of Violence; Hideki Matsuyama is First Japanese Golfer to Win Masters. Aired 4:30-5a ET
• Police Fatally Shoot Black Man in Minnesota, Inflaming Tension During Chauvin Murder Trial; Three Officers Shot During Police Chase in Georgia; Today, Biden to Hold Bipartisan Meeting on Infrastrcture. Aired 10-10:30a ET
• Prosecution Questions Cardiologist in Chauvin Trial. Aired 11- 11:30a ET
• Prosecution Questions Cardiologist in Chauvin Trial; Cardiologist Says, Floyd was Restrained in a Life-Threatening Manner; Cardiologist Say, I Didn't See Any of the Signs of an Opiate Overdose. Aired 11:30a-12p ET
• Police Give Update on Fatal Shooting of Black Man during Traffic Stop; Police Release Body Cam Video of Fatal Traffic Stop Shooting. Aired 1-1:30p ET
• Michigan Governor Calls for More Vaccine Supplies; Biden Holds Bipartisan Meeting; Ukraine Front Lines amid Russia Tensions. Aired 9:30-10a ET
• Biden Administration Denies Michigan Governor Request for Additional Vaccine; Fatal Minneapolis Shooting Impacts Derek Chauvin Trial; Live Coverage of Derek Chauvin Trial With Jonathan Rich Testifying. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• Derek Chauvin Trial Continues; Deadly Minneapolis Police Shooting. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• Minneapolis Police Fatally Shot a Black Man, Inflaming Tensions During Chauvin Trial; Virginia Police Officer Fired After Pepper- Spraying Active Duty Army Officer; Michigan Governor Calls for More Vaccine Supplies As Cases Surge; Stock Futures Slip After Record Highs. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• Derek Chauvin Trial Continues. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• Police During Briefing: Officer Drew Handgun Instead of Taser, Shot Daunte Wright; Soon, George Floyd's Brother to Testify in Chauvin Murder Trial; Cardiologist Can Say With "High Degree" of Certainty that George Floyd Did Not Die of a Cardiac Event or Drug Overdose. Aired 1:30-2p ET
• Derek Chauvin Murder Trial Continues; Use-Of-Force Expert Says Force Has to Be Reasonable When First Used and Throughout the Duration That It Is Used. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• Prosecution Questions George Floyd's Brother in Derek Chauvin Trial; Prosecution Questions Seth Stoughton, a Use-of-Force Expert, in the Derek Chauvin Trial. Aired 2:30-3p ET


April 11, 2021
• Remembering Prince Philip; More Universities Requiring Proof Of Vaccination; U.S. Reports One-Day Vaccination Record Of 4.6 Million Shots; Some Maine Residents Refusing Vaccination; Brazil COVID-19 Variant Spreads In South America; Over 80 Killed In Myanmar On Friday; Busy Weekend For Biden With Climate, Infrastructure On Agenda; Rare Tropical Cyclone To Land In Western Australia. Aired 12-1a ET
• U.S. Reports One-Day Vaccination Record Of 4.6 Million Shots; Remembering Prince Philip; More Universities Requiring Proof Of Vaccination; African Nations Remember The Duke Of Edinburgh; Death Of George Floyd; Michigan's Spike In COVID-19 Cases; Over 80 Killed In Myanmar On Friday; Northern Ireland Violence; Rare Tropical Cyclone To Land In Western Australia; Hideki Matsuyama Takes Lead At Masters. Aired 1-2a ET
• More Universities Requiring Proof Of Vaccination; Remembering Prince Philip; U.S. Federal Government Will Not Change Vaccine Allocations; Michigan's Spike In COVID-19 Cases; Germany Reports Almost 18,000 Cases over 24 Hours; Japanese Perform First Living Donor Lung Transplant To A COVID-19 Patient; Some U.S. Marines Refuse Vaccine; Over 80 Killed In Myanmar On Friday; Ash, Sulfur From La Soufriere Volcano Covers St. Vincent Island; Nitrogen, Phosphorus Dumps Pollute Florida's Water. Aired 2-3a ET
• Four States Report Adverse Reactions To J&J Vaccine; U.S. Reports One-Day Vaccination Record Of 4.6 Million Shots; Remembering Prince Philip; Over 80 Killed In Myanmar On Friday; Brazil COVID-19 Variant Spreads In South America; Police Break Up Secret Party At Paris Restaurant; Japanese Perform First Living Donor Lung Transplant To A COVID-19 Patient; U.S. Defense Secretary Tours Israel, Allied Nations; Ash, Sulfur From La Soufriere Volcano Covers St. Vincent Island. Aired 3-4a ET
• Michigan's Spike In COVID-19 Cases; More Universities Requiring Proof Of Vaccination; Europe Continues To Struggle With Vaccine Rollout; Remembering Prince Philip; Hospitalizations Spike In Canada's Third Wave; Over 80 Killed In Myanmar On Friday; Ash, Sulfur From La Soufriere Volcano Covers St. Vincent Island; COVID-19 Squeezes Ketchup Packet Supply. Aired 4-5a ET
• Michigan's Spike In COVID-19 Cases; Police Break Up Secret Party At Paris Restaurant; Europe Continues To Struggle With Vaccine Rollout; California Prepares For Return To Live Events; Remembering Prince Philip; Over 80 Killed In Myanmar On Friday; New COVID-19 Restrictions In Delhi; Hospitalizations Spike In Canada's Third Wave; U.S. Defense Secretary Tours Israel, Allied Nations; Russia's Presence In Arctic Worries U.S.; Ash, Sulfur From La Soufriere Volcano Covers St. Vincent Island. Aired 5-6a ET
• Black-Latino Army Officer Suing Two Virginia Police Officers; Prosecution Entering 3rd Week Of Presenting Case Against Chauvin; U.S. Administers Record 4.6 Million Vaccine Doses In One Day; Michigan Sees Alarming Uptick In New Cases, Fueled By U.K. Variant; Michigan Governor To White House: Surge Vaccines To Hotspot States Now; Biden Takes Plea For Infrastructure Money To Capitol Hill; Prince Philip's Funeral To Be Held Next Saturday. Aired 2-3p ET
• Trump Maintains His Influence Over The GOP From Mar-a-Lago; Testimony Resumes Monday In Derek Chauvin Trial; Investigation Of Rep. Gaetz; Pandemic Rise In Michigan; Prince Philip Funeral; CNN Heroes 15th Anniversary. Aired 4-5p ET
• Two Virginia Police Sued By Black And Latino Army Officer For A Traffic Stop; Medical Examiner Ruled George Floyd's Death As Homicide; Trump Criticizes Pence And McConnell At Republican Event; Alarming Surge Of COVID Cases In Michigan; Iran Says Incident At Iran Nuclear Site Was Terrorism; Coinbase Goes Public On Wednesday; St. Vincent No Power And Water As Volcano Erupts. Aired 5-6p ET
• U.S. Administers Record 4.6 Million Vaccine Doses In One Day; Iran Claims Terrorist Action Caused Blackout At Nuclear Site; Police Officers Accused Of Using Excessive Force On Army Officer. Aired 3-4p ET
• Biden To Hold Bipartisan Meeting On Infrastructure Tomorrow; Michigan Sees COVID-19 Cases Surging; U.S. Vaccinating Nearly Five Times Faster Than Global Average; CBP Reports 71 Percent Spike In Migrants Trying To Cross Border In March; Trump Bashes McConnell In Speech, Claims Election Was Rigged; More Colleges Require Students Be Vaccinated Before Returning; Texas Sees Spike In People Moving From California. Aired 6-7p ET
• Virginia Police Officers Accused Of Using Excessive Force On Army Officer; On Getting The COVID Vaccine While Pregnant; Former Republican Lawmaker On GOP Embracing Lies; Texas Senate Advances Bill Tightening Voter Restrictions. Aired 7-8p ET
• Michigan Sees COVID-19 Cases Surging; White House Hosting Bipartisan Infrastructure Meeting Monday; Trump Bashes McConnell in a Speech to Top Republican Donors; Family Sickened by U.K. COVID Variant Shares Their Experience; Series About a Mother's Fight for Justice Against the KKK; Hideki Matsuyama Wins Masters Tournament. Aired 8-9p ET


April 10, 2021
• Prince Philip Dead at Age 99. Aired 12-12:15a ET
• Prince Philip Dead at Age 99; St. Vincent's La Soufriere Volcano Erupts. Aired 1-1:30a ET
• Prince Philip Dead at Age 99; St. Vincent's La Soufriere Volcano Erupts; Russia-Ukraine Tensions. Aired 2-2:45a ET
• Prince Philip Dead at Age 99; France Further Limits Use of AstraZeneca Vaccine; St. Vincent's La Soufriere Volcano Erupts. Aired 3-3:30a ET
• Prince Philip Dead at Age 99; House Ethics Committee Opens Probe Into U.S. Rep. Matt Gaetz; Forensic Expert Testifies Police Actions Caused George Floyd's Death; U.S. Officials Urge Fighting Vaccine Hesitancy; St. Vincent's La Soufriere Volcano Erupts. Aired 4- 5a ET
• Centers for Disease Control and Prevention States More than 20 Percent of U.S. Population Fully Vaccinated for COVID-19; Coronavirus Cases in Michigan Continue Increasing; Department of Health and Health Services Investigating Allegations of Abuse at Site Sheltering Unaccompanied Immigrant Minors in Texas; Florida Republican Congressman Matt Gaetz States He Will Not Step Down Amidst Allegations of Sex Trafficking and Misconduct; Medical Experts Testify during Second Week of Trial of Derek Chauvin for Murder of George Floyd; Prince Philip, Husband of Queen Elizabeth II of United Kingdom, Passes Away; Volcano Erupts on Caribbean Island of Saint Vincent. Aired 10- 11a ET
• Prince Philip Dies At Age 99; House Ethics Committee Opens Probe Into U.S. Rep. Matt Gaetz; Forensic Expert Testifies Police Actions Caused George Floyd's Death; St. Vincent's La Soufriere Volcano Erupts; Justin Rose Leads Masters. Aired 5-6a ET
• Rep. Gaetz Defiant In Face Of Sex Trafficking Probe And Calls To Resign; GOP Rep. Gaetz In Potential Peril As His Associate Likely To Strike Plea Deal In Sex Trafficking Probe; CDC: 68-Million-Plus In The U.S. Fully Vaccinated Against COVID-19; Prince Harry To Attend Funeral For Prince Philip; Second Week Of Testimony In Chauvin's Murder Trial Comes To A Close; Law Enforcement Witnesses Criticize Derek Chauvin's Use Of Force; Boehner: Trump "Incited" Insurrection For "Selfish Reasons". Aired 12-1p ET
• Medical Expert Warns About Possible Fourth Surge In Coronavirus Cases In U.S.; Prince Philip, Husband Of Queen Elizabeth II Of United Kingdom, Passes Away; Conservative Women's Group Holds Event For Trump Supporters; Florida Republican Rep. Matt Gaetz States He Will Not Step Down Amidst Allegations Of Sex Trafficking And Misconduct; Medical Experts Testify During Second Week Of Trial Of Derek Chauvin For Murder Of George Floyd; Video by Republican Harris County Official In Texas Draws Concerns Of Voter Suppression. Aired 2-3p ET
• Michigan Governor To White House: Surge Vaccines To Hotspot States Now; Rep. Gaetz Defiant In Face Of Sex Trafficking Probe And Calls To Resign; Voting Rights Battle; Second Week Of Chauvin's Murder Trial Comes To A Close; Britain Mourning The Passing Of Prince Philip; Biden White House Setting Up Commission To Study Supreme Court Reform. Aired 11a-12p ET
• Republican Voters Embrace Conspiracy Theories About Capitol Riot; House Ethics Committee Launches Investigation Into Rep. Gaetz; Medical Examiner Tells Jury George Floyd's Death Was A Homicide; Sal Khan, CEO, Khan Academy, Discusses The Impact Of Remote Learning On America's Children; Prince Harry Is Said To Return To U.K. To Attend Prince Philip's Funeral; Prince Charles Speaks After Death Of His Father; Third Explosion Of Volcano On St. Vincent In Caribbean. Aired 3-4p ET
• Rep. Gaetz Defiant In Face Of Sex Trafficking Probe & Calls To Resign; Second Week Of Testimony In Chauvin Murder Trial Comes To A Close; Medical Examiner: George Floyd's Death Was A Homicide; Fauci: No Cause For Concern Over Breakthrough COVID Cases; Firefighters Go "Beyond The Call Of Duty" To Vaccinate Homebound Seniors; Florida Sees Highest Rate Of COVID Variants In The U.S.; Production Problems Behind Drastic Drop In Johnson & Johnson Vaccine Supply. Aired 1-2p ET
• CDC Warns Of Surging Cases Even With 68 Million Americans Vaccinated; Medical Examiner Tells Jury George Floyd's Death Was A Homicide; Gaetz Defiant In Face Of Sex Trafficking Probe & Calls To Resign; Interview With Rep. Veronica Escobar (D-TX); Fox Facing Calls To Fire Tucker Carlson After He Spreads Anti-Immigrant "Replacement Theory". Aired 4-5p ET
• CNN: White House Sending 160 Additional FEMA Vaccinations To Michigan Amid A Surge Of New COVID Infections; Biden Holds Meeting In First Weekend At White House In Weeks; Rep. Gaetz Defiant Amid Sex Trafficking Probe And Calls To Resign; Myanmar Crackdown Continues, At Least 700 People Killed; Prince Philip's Funeral To Be Held Next Saturday. Aired 8-9p ET
• Republican Voters Embrace Conspiracy Theories About Capitol Riot; Trump To Speak During GOP Donor Retreat At Mar-a-Lago; CDC Warns Of Surging Cases Even With 68 Million Americans Vaccinated; Expert Witnesses Testify About The Direct Cause Of Floyd's Death; Rep. Gaetz Strikes Defiant Tone At Women's Summit While Under Investigation For Sex Trafficking; A Look At How The GOP Rallied Around Roy Moore When Under Investigation For Allegations Of Sexual Misconduct. Aired 5-6p ET
• Michigan's COVID-19 Positivity Rate Rises To 18 Percent; Medical Examiner Testifies George Floyd's Death Was A Homicide; Interview With Rep. Vicente Gonzalez (D-TX); Record Number Of Unaccompanied Minors At Border In March; Texas Bill Limits Early Voting Hours, Bans Drive-Through Voting; House Opens Ethics Investigation Into Rep. Matt Gaetz; Prince Philip's Funeral To Be Held Next Saturday. Aired 6-7p ET
• California To Fully Reopen July 15 Amid Falling Case Rates; Supreme Court Again Blocks Religious Restriction; Medical Examiner: George Floyd's Death Was A Homicide; Inside Myanmar's Brutal Military Crackdown, As Pro-Democracy Activists Beg For Justice; People Bang Pots And Pans Showing Resistance To Military Rule In Myanmar; Debate Grows Over Use Of Vaccine Passports; At Least 13 Mass Shootings In The U.S. So Far This Month. Aired 7-8p ET


April 09, 2021
• CNN Inside Myanmar Amid Deadly Crackdown; More Unrest in Belfast, Despite Unified Calls for Calm; E.U. Herd Immunity Projection; Brazil's COVID Crisis Intensifies; China Conducts Air and Sea Exercises around Taiwan; Russia-Ukraine Tensions; Iran Releases South Korean Tanker Seized in January; Renowned Medical Expert on the Stand; St. Vincent on "Red Alert" as Volcano Eruption "Imminent"; Masters Golf Tournament Returns with Spectators. Aired 1-2a ET
• At Least 600 Reported Killed in Myanmar's Brutal Crackdown; Resistance Undeterred by Violence in Myanmar; U.K. Health Secretary: All Three Approved Vaccines Are Safe; Brazil Reports 4,200+ Deaths, Another Record; U.S. Considers Sending Warships to Black Sea; Renowned Medical Expert on the Stand; Volcanic Explosion Imminent on St. Vincent; Scammers Offer Fake COVID Vaccines Online; Attorneys: Associate of GOP Congressman Likely to Strike Plea Deal. Aired 12- 12:45a ET
• President Biden Announces Limited Gun Restrictions; Experts Testifies In Derek Chauvin's Murder Trial; South Korean Tanker Freed; COVID-19 Deaths Spike In Brazil; St. Vincent Volcano Eruption Imminent; Unexpected customer in 7-11 Thailand, A Giant Monitor Lizard; People in Myanmar Want Their Democracy Back; Protesters Calling Out Coup to Stop; E.U. Looking Ahead to Achieving Their Herd Immunity; India's COVID Cases Hit Another Record High; Dark Web Taking Advantage of the Global Crisis. Aired 3-4a ET
• St. Vincent On Red Alert As Volcano Eruption Imminent; Antarctic ICE Shelf Under Threat; Vaccines May Provide Relief To COVID Long Haulers; Crisis in Myanmar: CNN Goes Inside Myanmar as Military Conducts; Some Countries are Limiting Use of AstraZeneca Vaccine; South America is Struggling with Troubling Surge. Aired 2-3a ET
• Expert Witness: Floyd Died from Low Oxygen Level; Biden Announces Limited Gun Restrictions Following Mass Shootings; U.K. Health Secy.: All Three Approved Vaccines are Safe; EU Vaccine Chief: Herd Immunity is Possible by July; Dr. Fauci: U.S. is on the Brink of Another Case Surge; Attorney: Matt Gaetz Associate Likely to Strike Plea Deal; St. Vincent on Red Alert as Volcano Eruption Imminent. Aired 4-4:30a ET
• Biden Announces Limited Gun Restrictions After Mass Shootings; U.S. Senator Joe Manchin Discusses His Role as Power Broker. Top Iranian Negotiator Meets Head of U.N. Nuclear Watchdog; Ads for COVID- 19 Vaccines Found on Dark Web; England's Justin Rose Leads on Day One at the Masters. Aired 4:30-5a ET
• Prince Philip Dead at Age 99; European Regulators Probe Possible Link Between Blood Clots and Johnson & Johnson Vaccine; Tenth Day of Testimony in Derek Chauvin Murder Trial. Aired 10-10:30a ET
• Prosecution Questions Forensic Pathologist in Chauvin Trial; Forensic Pathologist Says, Primary Mechanism of Death is Asphyxia or Low Oxygen. Aired 11:30a-12p ET
• Prosecution Questions Forensic Pathologist in Chauvin Trial. Aired 11-11:30a ET
• Prince Philip Dead at Age 99; Pulmonary Expert Says George Floyd Died Due to Low Level of Oxygen; First GOP Member of Congress Calls on Congressman Matt Gaetz to Resign; Vaccine Advisors to the U.S. Government Say They would Not Take the AstraZeneca COVID Vaccine. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• AstraZeneca's Vaccine in U.S.; Manchin Calls for Bipartisanship; Chip Bergh is Interviewed about Restrictive Voting Measures. Aired 9:30-10a ET
• Defense Cross-Examines Forensic Pathologist in Chauvin Trial; Prosecution Questions Forensic Pathologist in Chauvin Trial; Forensic Pathologist Says, Video Evidence was Key. Aired 1-1:30p ET
• DMX Dies; Republican Congressman Calls For Matt Gaetz to Resign; Prince Philip Dies; Expert Testimony Continues in Derek Chauvin Trial. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• Live Coverage of Derek Chauvin Trial; Forensic Pathologist is Questioned by Prosecution; Lindsey Thomas Explains Cause and Mechanism of George Floyd's Death. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• Forensic Pathologist: Stress of Impending Death Put Additional Strain on Floyd's Muscles, Heart, "A Double Whammy" Along with Restraint; Prosecution Hands Out Photos of Floyd Autopsy in Courtroom; Pfizer Asks FDA to Expand Vaccine EUA to 12-15 Year Olds; CDC: 1 in 4 Adults Fully Vaccinated; Rep. Kinzinger 1st Republican to Call on Rep. Gaetz to Resign; Prince Philip Dead at Age 99. Aired 1:30-2p ET
• Continuing Coverage of the Derek Chauvin Trial. Defense Cross- Examines Medical Examiner Who Did Floyd's Autopsy. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• Soon, Day 10 of Chauvin Trial to Resume; Forensic Pathologist: Autopsy Ruled Out Any Recent Heart Attack in George Floyd; Prosecution Questions Chief Medical Examiner Who Performed Autopsy on George Floyd. Aired 2:30-3p ET
• Medical Examiner Who Examined George Floyd's Body Says He Had No Visible Or Microscopic Damage To His Heart Muscle. Aired 3-3:30p ET


April 08, 2021
• COVID-19 Most Worrisome in South America; Regulators Say AstraZeneca Vaccine Benefits Outweigh Risks; White House "Disturbed" by Reports of Navalny's Worsening Health; Taiwan: Would Fight to End Against China; First-Hand Look of Restoration at Notre Dame Cathedral; Former Florida Tax Collector at Center of GOP Congressman's Legal Troubles; Florida Governor Bans Businesses from Requiring 'Vaccine Passports'; Biden to Announce New Executive Actions on Guns. Aired 12- 12:45a ET
• Regulators: AstraZeneca Vaccine Benefits Outweigh Risks; Asia- Pacific Region Hurt By Slow Vaccine Rollout; COVID-19 Makes Iraq's Drug Epidemic Worse; Use of Force Expert: Chauvin Used "Deadly Force" on Floyd; Jordan's King Breaks Silence after Royal Family Fallout; U.A.E.'s Nuclear Power Plant Begins Commercial Operations; First-Hand Look at Cathedral Restoration. Aired 1-2a ET
• Regulators Say AstraZeneca Vaccine Benefits Outweigh Risks; COVID-19 Fatigue, Variants Challenge Asia Pacific; U.K. Variant Now Dominant in the U.S.; Myanmar Crisis; Tension between Iran and Israel after Ships Attacked; White House "Disturbed" by Reports of Navalny's Worsening Health; Video Sparks Debate about George Floyd's Drug Use, IMF Suggests Some Nations Consider "Solidarity" Taxes. Aired 2-2:45a ET
• Link to AstraZeneca Blood Clots Now Confirmed; Health Experts Wants to Erase Doubts on AstraZeneca; Brazil's Healthcare System on the Brink of Collapse; Foreign Aid to Palestinian Group Reinstated; Chauvin's Defense Blame's George Floyd's Death to Drugs; WHO Calls For Action To Address Global Vaccine Inequity; Pandemic Appears To Be Widening Global Health Care Gap; Jordan's King Breaks Silence About Royal Family Fallout; Iraq's War On Crystal Meth; Israel Remembering Six Million Lost; UAE's Nuclear Power Plant Begins Commercial Operations; Meeting Mishap In Turkey. Aired 3-4a ET
• Chauvin Investigator Changes Mind on Witness Stand; U.K. Regulator: AstraZeneca Stumble Could Cause More Vaccine Hesitancy; Biden to Announce Executive Actions on Gun Control; Boehner Says Trump Incited "Bloody Insurrection"; Sources: Rep. Matt Gaetz Sought Preemptive Pardon. Aired 4-4:30a ET
• U.S. Restores Support to U.N. Palestinian Agency; Jordan's King Breaks Silence About Royal Family Fallout; Florida Governor Signs Executive Order Banning Vaccine Passports; Asia-Pacific Region Hurt by Slow Vaccine Rollout; IMF Suggests Some Nations Consider "Solidarity Taxes". Aired 4:30-5a ET
• Soon, Trial Resumes for Ex-Cop Charged in George Floyd's Death; Biden to Announce Initial Set of Executive Actions on Gun Control; CDC Warns U.K. Variant Now Dominant Strain in U.S. Aired 10-10:30a ET
• Prosecution to Call More Witnesses in Chauvin's Trial; Lawyers Argue Over George Floyd's Words on Drug Use; Kentucky Governor Signs New Bipartisan Law Expanding Voting Access; Biden to Announce Initial Set of Executive Actions on Gun Control; At Least 5 People Dead in Mass Shooting in South Carolina; Senator Joe Manchin Says He'd Never Vote to End Filibuster; Dr. Fauci Concerned Over Lack of Continued Significant Decrease in Coronavirus Cases. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• Biden Unveils Executive Actions on Guns Control; Ninth Day of Testimony in Derek Chauvin Murder Trial. Aired 11:30a-12p ET
• Prosecution Questions Pulmonology Expert in Chauvin Trial. Aired 11-11:30a ET
• Biden to Announce Gun Control; Kentucky Expands Voting Access; Debate over Vaccine Passports; Biden Pushes Infrastructure. Aired 9:30-10a ET
• Pulmonology Expert Says, Floyd Died from a Low Level of Oxygen; Rep. Matt Gaetz (R-FL) Associate Likely to Strike Cooperation Deal with Government. Aired 1-1:30p ET
• Biden Announces Gun Reform Executive Actions; Matt Gaetz Associate Likely to Strike Plea Deal; Pulmonologist Testifies in Chauvin Trial. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• Live Coverage of Derek Chauvin Trial; Pulmonologist Martin Tobin is Questioned by the Prosecution; Composite Animation And Video Stills Presented in Trial. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• Matt Gaetz Associate Likely to Strike Plea Deal; Pulmonologist Testifies in Chauvin Trial. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• Fauci: Daily COVID Cases Have Plateaued at "Disturbingly High Level"; Some "Long-Hauler" COVID Patients See Symptoms Improve after Vaccination; AstraZeneca Vaccines Faces Further Setbacks in U.K. & E.U.; Gaetz Associate Likely to Strike Plea Deal with Government; Biden Signs Executive Orders on Gun Control; Manchin's Growing Power in Senate Could Impact Biden Agenda. Aired 1:30-2p ET
• Prosecution Questions Forensic Toxicologist in Chauvin Trial. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• Doctor: "Highly Misleading" to Think Someone Can Breathe if They're Talking; Defense Cross-Examines Pulmonologist in Chauvin Trial. Aired 2:30-3p ET


April 07, 2021
• Global COVID Cases Rise; Nuclear Talks Renewed; Israel's President Asks Netanyahu to Form Government; Key Witnesses Testify at Derek Chauvin's Trial; India Reports Its Biggest Daily Jump in COVID Cases; Amnesty International: Pandemic Amplified Decades of Inequalities. Aired 1-1:45a ET
• Oxford University Pauses Pediatric Trials; Vaccine Supply Challenges E.U.'s Vaccination Program; Iran Says Take It or Leave It; Experts Testified Against Derek Chauvin; No Special Treatment for Alexei Navalny in Jail; Jordan Bans All Media Coverage on Royal Family; Dutch Cargo Ship Adrift After Rescue; Possible Fourth Wave Coronavirus in Japan. Aired 3-3:45a ET
• WHO: Global Cases Rise for Sixth Straight Week; Canada Facing "Very Serious" Third Wave; WHO: Benefits of AstraZeneca Vaccine Outweigh Risks; India Reports Biggest Jump in COVID-19 Cases; Russia Denies Navalny's Health Is at Risk; U.S. and Iran's Indirect Talks to Revive Nuclear Deal Inconclusive; Doctors Still Looking for Best COVID-19 Treatment; Customers Watch Chauvin Trial at Cup Foods. Aired 2-2:45a ET
• Key Witnesses Testify at Derek Chauvin's Trial; Biden Moves Up Vaccine Eligibility Deadline to April 19; Oxford Pauses AstraZeneca Pediatric Vaccine Trial; EU to Announce Update on AstraZeneca Vaccine; Republicans Keep Distance from Matt Gaetz, McConnell Warns Corporate America to Stay Out of Politics. Aired 4-4:30a ET
• Iran: First Round of Talks Constructive; Kremlin: No Special Treatment for Jailed Critic Navalny; Variants Driving Possible Fourth Wave in Japan; Activists and Lawmakers Push Back Against Anti-Trans Policies; Israel's President Asks Netanyahu to Form Government; Trump Seemingly Spotted with Coke Bottle after Boycott Demands. Aired 4:30- 5a ET
• Soon, LAPD Sergeant to Retake Stand, Says Chauvin Used Excessive Force; California to Fully Reopen Activities and Businesses on June 15; Testimony Resumes in Derek Chauvin Murder Trial. Aired 10- 10:30a ET
• California to Fully Reopen Activities and Businesses on June 15; President Biden Reminds America Not Yet at the Finish Line of the Pandemic; Testimony Will Resume Today In The Chauvin Murder Trial; The New York Times Reporting Congressman Matt Gaetz Privately Sought Out A Presidential Pardon From Trump Before He Left Office. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• Chauvin Trial Evidence; Use of Force Expert: "No Force Should Have Been Used" Once Floyd Was Handcuffed And On The Ground. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• Defense Cross-Examines LAPD Use-of-Force Expert. Aired 11- 11:30a ET
• President Biden Touts Infrastructure Plan; Testimony Continues in Derek Chauvin Trial. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• Defense Cross-Examines LAPD Use-of-Force Expert; Day 8 of Witness Testimony in Derek Chauvin Murder Trial; CDC Director: UK Variant is Now Dominant COVID Strain in the U.S.; Continuing Coverage of the Derek Chauvin Trial; Biden on Pandemic: "We're Not at the Finish Line;" CDC Director: Youth Sports, Day Cares Contributing to COVID Clusters; WH: U.S. Will Approach Half of All Adults Partly Vaccinated by This Weekend; CNN Analysis: Timeline for Vaccinating Adults Varies Greatly Between States; CNN Analysis: Willing Adults in Some States May Be Waiting All Year for Vaccine. Aired 11:30a-12p ET.
• Day Eight of Witness Testimony in Derek Chauvin Murder Trial; Prosecution Questions Use-of-Force Expert in Chauvin Trial. Aired 1- 1:30p ET
• Rep. Matt Gaetz Sought Pardon; Lyft President John Zimmer is Interviewed about Georgia's Voting Laws and Corporate Tax Rate Increases; Lawsuit Blames Trump for Capitol Riot. Aired 9:30-10a ET.
• CDC: U.K. B-117 Variant Is Most Common Circulating in U.S.; White House: Half of U.S. Adults Could Have Vaccine Dose by Month's End; Fauci: No Exact Number to Signal End of Pandemic; Study: One- Third of COVID Survivors Suffer Neurological or Mental Health Disorders; Tiger Woods Crash Investigation Details Released; GOP Rep. Matt Gaetz Sought Preemptive Pardon from Trump; Stephen Miller Responds to Boehner Criticism of Trump, Tries to Tie Boehner to China; Soon, 8th Day of Testimony in Derek Chauvin Trial to Resume. Aired 1:30-2p ET
• White House Variant First Identified in U.K. Now Most Dominant in U.S.; Day Eight of Witness Testimony in Chauvin Murder Trial; Aired 3:30-4p ET
• Biden Tries to Sell $2 Trillion Infrastructure Plan as GOP Resists; Prosecution Questions Use-of-Force Expert in Chauvin Trial; Defense Cross Examines Use-of-Force Expert in Chauvin Trial. Aired 2:30-3p ET
• U.K. COVID Variant Now Dominant Strain In U.S.; Testimony Continues In Derek Chauvin Trial. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• WHO: Global Cases Rise for Sixth Straight Week; Canada Facing "Very Serious" Third Wave; WHO: Benefits of AstraZeneca Vaccine Outweigh Risks; Customers Watch Chauvin Trial at Cup Foods; Russia Denies Navalny's Health Is at Risk; Jordan Bans Social Media Posts about Royal Squabble; WHO: COVID-19 Shows Health Inequalities Around World; IMF: Uneven COVID-19 Recovery May Leave Nations Behind; Houthi Rebels Step Up Attacks on Saudi Arabia; McConnell: Corporations are 'Stupid' to Criticize Georgia Election Law; Biden Directs States to Make Every American Adult Eligible for COVID Vaccine by April 19. Aired 12-12:45a ET


April 06, 2021
• CNN Reports From Myanmar Amid Military Crackdown; Police Chief Testifies Chauvin Violated Use Of Force Policy; U.K. May Permit International Travel May 17; Ethical Concerns Over Vaccine Passports; Jordan Says Prince Hamzah Has Pledged Allegiance To The King; U.S. Says Talks With Iran In Vienna Are 'A Step Forward'; U.S. Teaming Up with UAE To Raise Clean Energy Funding; HBO Filmmaker Uncovers Potential Identity Of Individual Behind QAnon; Variants, Spike In Cases, Threaten Vaccination Progress. Aired 12-12:45a ET
• North Korea Skipping Olympic Games; Debate Over Vaccine Passports; Putin's Latest Political Power Play; Police Chief Testifies Chauvin Violated Use of Force Policy; Sellout Crowd at Baseball Game Amid Fears of New Surge; New Video Shows World's Deepest Known Shipwreck. Aired 1-1:45a ET
• Video Showing Smugglers Dropping Children at U.S.-Mexico Border; Deepest Known Shipwreck Found Off Philippines Sea; U.K. Variant Scattered in 50 States; North Korea Back Out of Tokyo Olympics; Travel is Open Between Australia and New Zealand; India Reported Another Record High in COVID Cases; Minneapolis Chief of Police Testifies Against Derek Chauvin; Royal Rift Coming to an End; Biden Administration Hopes to Re-negotiate JCPOA Deal with Iran. Aired 3-3:45a ET
• CNN Reports from Myanmar amid Military Crackdown; New Zealand to Open Border with Australia; Ethical Concerns over Vaccine Passports; Navalny to Keep Up Hunger Strike; Prince Hamzah Pledges Allegiance to Jordanian King; North Korea Won't Participate in Tokyo Games. Aired 2-2:45a ET
• Police Chief Testifies Chauvin Violated Use of Force Policy; Forensic Scientist: Cause of Hypoxia Critical to Trial; Easter Holiday Air Travel Sets Pandemic-Era Records; France Investigates Secret Dinner Parties for Paris Elite; U.K. Prime Minister Reveals Plan for Easing Restrictions; India Struggling to Contain Second Wave of Covid- 19; Baylor Stuns Gonzaga to Win First Men's Title. Aired 4-4:30a ET
• Biden Administration Defends Infrastructure Plans; Gaetz "Absolutely Not Resigning" Amid Sex Crime Investigation; U.S. Says Talks with Iran in Vienna are a Step Forward; Alexey Navalny Says He Will Keep Up Prison Hunger Strike; Michigan Facing Spike in COVID-19 Cases. Aired 4:30-5a ET
• Soon, Prosecution to Call more Witnesses in Chauvin Trial; CNN Reports, Biden to Announce He's Moving Deadline for All Adults to be Eligible for Coronavirus Vaccine to April 19; White House Says, Biden will Invite Bipartisan Meetings of Congress to Oval Office Next Week to Talk Infrastructure. Aired 10-10:30a ET
• Biden to Announce Vaccine Eligibility for All Adults by April 19th; Passenger in George Floyd's Car to Invoke 5th Amendment; Full Capacity Crowd in Texas Rangers Home Opener. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• Prosecution Interviews Police Use-of-Force Instructor. Aired 11-11:30a ET
• Defense Cross-Examines Police Use-of-Force Instructor; Day Seven of Witness Testimony in Derek Chauvin Murder Trial. Aired 1- 1:30p ET
• California to Fully Reopen June 15; Testimony Continues in Chauvin Trial. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• Prosecution Interviews Police Use-of-Force Instructor; Use-of- Force Instructor: Should Use "Least Amount of Force" That is Reasonable for the Situation; Police Use-of-Force Instructor: "The Minimum Amount of Force That You Need" to Detain Someone "Is What You Should Use;" Use-of-Force Instructor: Unconscious Neck Restraint Only Allowed For "Active Aggression," "Life-Saving Purposes," Not "Passive Resistance;" "I Would Say No," Chavin's Neck Restraint on Handcuffed, Controlled Person Would Not Be Authorized Use of Force. Aired 11:30a- 12p ET.
• Major League Baseball All-Star Game Relocates to Colorado; Live Coverage of Derek Chauvin Trial; Minneapolis Police Sergeant Ker Yang is Questioned by Prosecution. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• MLB To Announce All-Star Game Location; Chauvin Murder Trial Live Coverage. Aired 9:30-10a ET.
• Testimony Continues in Derek Chauvin Trial. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• Use of Force Instructor: "We Don't Train" Officers to Use Legs in Neck Restraint, Such a Method Would Involve Inner Thigh Not Knee; Biden Sets April 19 as Goal for All U.S. Adults to Be Vaccine Eligible; Fauci: Team Sports a Bigger Driver of Outbreaks Than Classrooms; Texas Executive Order Prevents State Agencies from Requiring Vaccine Passports; Update on Coronavirus Responses Around the World; MLB Moving All-Star Game to Denver; Texas Governor Refuses to Throw First Pitch at Rangers Game; McConnell Says Companies Need to Stay Out of Politics; Any Moment, Biden Visiting Vaccine Site in Alexandria, Virginia. Aired 1:30-2p ET
• Soon, Day 7 of Testimony in Derek Chauvin Trial Resumes; Use- of-Force Instructor: Should Use "Least Amount of Force" That Is Reasonable for Situation; Prosecution Questions Police Medical Response Coordinator; Defense Cross Examines Medical Response Coordinator. Aired 2:30-3p ET
• Day Seven Of The Witness Testimony In Derek Chauvin Trial. Aired 3:30-4p ET


April 05, 2021
• U.K. Government to Soon Make Major Reopening Announcement; Experts Warn U.S. Could Soon Face Another Surge; Pope Francis Leads Scaled-Down Easter Sunday Mass; Jordan Accuses Prince of Trying to destabilize Country; Russia Shoring Up Military Powers in the Arctic; At Least 41 Dead in Eastern Indonesia from Floods and Mudslides; Japan's Cherry Blossoms See Earliest Peak in Decades. Aired 12-1a ET
• Pope Francis Leads Scaled-Down Easter Day Mass; Russia Shoring Up Military Power In The Arctic; Ethiopia Says Eritrean Troops Withdrawing From Tigray; Indonesia Flash Floods Kill At Least 41 People; Florida Crews Pumping Water Out Of Damaged Reservoir; India Reports Record-High Daily Case Increase of 103,558; U.K. Government to Launch Vaccine Passport System Trial; Growing Number of Americans Taking to Skies Again; Jordan Accuses Prince of Trying to Destabilize Country. Aired 1-2 ET
• Vaccinations Racing with Daily Infections; Easing of Restrictions Has Consequences; U.K. Looking to Implement a Vaccine Passport; India's Festivities Worsen COVID-19 Cases; P.M. Benjamin Netanyahu's Trial Resumes; Jordan Accuses Prince of Trying to Destabilize Country; Infrastructure and Jobs Plan is Biden's Next Legislative Push; Russia is Shoring Up Military Power in the Arctic; Florida Crews Work to Stop Catastrophic Flood Situation; Stanford Tops Arizona to Win NCAA Women's Championship. Aired 3-4a ET
• U.S. Vaccinations Up, but Experts Still Cautious; U.K. Plans for Vaccine Passports; India Reports Highest Daily Infection of Coronavirus; Benjamin Netanyahu Back in Court for his Corruption Case; Jordan's Prince Hamzah Accused of Destabilizing the Country; Jordan Accuses Prince Of Trying To Destabilize Country; Ethiopia: Eritrean Troops Are Withdrawing From Tigray; Flash Flooding Kills At 41 People In Indonesia. Aired 2-3a ET
• New Cases of COVID-19 Holding Steady or Falling Across Much of U.S.; U.S. Air Travel Sets Pandemic Record Over Easter Weekend; U.K. Prime Minister to Announce Next Steps in Easing Restrictions; India's Worst-Hit State to Begin Curfews and Weekend Lockdowns; Health Experts Warn Against Quick Return to Normal; Testimony Resumes Monday in Derek Chauvin Murder Trial. Aired 4-4:30a ET
• Russia Shoring Up Military Power in the Artic; Prince Accused of Trying to Destabilize Jordan; Biden Looks for Bipartisan Support for Infrastructure Plan; Cyber Experts: Half a Billion Facebook Users' Data Posted Online; Japan's Cherry Blossoms See Earliest Peak in Decades. Aired 4:30-5a ET
• Toxic Wastewater Leaking in Florida; Bryan Hughes is Interviewed about Texas Voting Legislation; Former Crown Prince Accused of Destabilizing Country. Aired 9:30-10a ET
• Soon, Prosecution Calls More Witnesses in Chauvin Trial; TSA Reports, 6 Million-Plus Screened Since Thursday in Spring Break Travel Surge; Attack at U.S. Capitol Raises Fresh Questions about Security. Aired 10-10:30a ET
• .Day Six of Witness Testimony in Ex-Cop's Murder Trial; Health Expert Says, U.S. in Category 5 Hurricane with New Cases; Capitol Police Union Chair Says, We're Struggling to Meet Our Mission. Aired 11:30a-12p ET
• Prosecution Questions Doctor Who Tried to Save George Floyd. Aired 11-11:30a ET
• Prosecution Questions Minneapolis Police Chief; Day Six of Witness testimony in Ex-Cop's Murder Trial. Aired 1-1:30p ET
• Young Adults Driving New COVID Surge; Derek Chauvin Trial Week Two. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• Travel Seeing Comeback as CDC Advises Against It; Derek Chauvin Murder Trial Continues; Attack at U.S. Capitol Raises Fresh Questions About Security; Proposals to Secure Capitol Hill Caught Up in Partisan Infighting; Risk of Catastrophic Flood As Toxic Reservoir Leaks in Florida. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• Russel Honore Recommends Capitol Police Increases; COVID Relief Bill Will Send Billions to Public Schools; Live Coverage of Derek Chauvin Trial. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• Derek Chauvin Trial Week Two. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• Defense Cross-Examines Police Chief Who Fired Derek Chauvin. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• Day 6 of Witness Testimony in Derek Chauvin's Murder Trial; Minneapolis Police Chief: Officers Are Trained in De-Escalation Techniques; E.R. Doctor: I Felt Heart Attack "Less Likely" Cause of Cardiac Arrest; Biden Delivers Easter Message Amid Covid Surge, Push for Massive Infrastructure Bill; Research: Nearly 40,000 Kids Have Lost Parent to Covid; Michigan Expands Vaccine Eligibility to Ages 16 & Older; U.S. Averaging 3 Million-Plus Doses into Arms Every Day. Aired 1:30-2p ET
• Soon, 6th Day of Testimony in Derek Chauvin Trial Resumes; Prosecution Resumes Questioning of Minneapolis Police Chief. Aired 2:30-3p ET


April 04, 2021
• U.S. Hits Record Of Over Four Million Vaccine Doses Given; Netherlands Studying Way To Bring Back Live Events; Atlanta Mayor Fears Boycott Over New Voting Law; Georgia Governor Lashes Out After MLB Pulls All-Star Game; U.S. Capitol Attacker Believed He Was Being Targeted; George Floyd Murder Trial Resumes Monday; Taiwan Train Derailment Victims' Families Struggle With Loss; Ancient Pharaohs Relocated To New Home. Aired 12-1a ET
• U.S. Hits Record Over Four Million Vaccine Doses Given; Fauci: Danger Of Another Surge; Slow Europe Rollout Prolonging Pandemic; Inside Pfizer's Vaccine Manufacturing Facility; Atlanta Mayor Fears Boycott Over New Voting Law; Most U.S. States Have Introduced Bills Making It Harder To Vote; Jordanian Prince Restricted To Home; U.S.- Mexico Border Crisis; Netherlands Studying Way To Bring Back Live Events. Aired 1-2a ET
• Millions Celebrating Easter Under Restrictions; Slow Europe Rollout Prolonging Pandemic; Fauci: Danger Of Another Surge; Jordanian Prince Restricted To Home; Netanyahu Must Appear At Corruption Trial Monday; Atlanta Mayor Fears Boycott Over New Voting Law; Most U.S. States Have Introduced Bills Making It Harder To Vote; Taiwan Train Derailment Victims' Families Struggle With Loss; Ancient Pharaohs Relocated To New Home. Aired 2-3a ET
• Slow Europe Rollout Prolonging Pandemic; Millions Celebrating Easter Under Restrictions; Crisis In Tigray; Atlanta Mayor Fears Boycott Over New Voting Law; Jordanian Prince Restricted To Home; Taiwan Train Derailment Victims' Families Struggle With Loss; George Floyd Murder Trial Resumes Monday; Ancient Pharaohs Relocated To New Home. Aired 3-4a ET
• Fauci: Danger Of Another Surge; Millions Celebrating Easter Under Restrictions; Slow Europe Rollout Prolonging Pandemic; Atlanta Mayor Fears Boycott Over New Voting Law; Most U.S. States Have Introduced Bills Making It Harder To Vote; Crisis In Tigray; Jordanian Prince Restricted To Home; George Floyd Murder Trial Resumes Monday; Netanyahu Must Appear At Corruption Trial Monday; Florida Officials Declare Emergency Due To Reservoir Leak; Netherlands Studying Way To Bring Back Live Events. Aired 4-5a ET
• Millions Celebrating Easter Under Restrictions; Slow Europe Rollout Prolonging Pandemic; Fauci: Danger Of Another Surge; Jordanian Prince Restricted To Home; Crisis In Tigray; Georgia Governor Lashes Out After MLB Pulls All-Star Game; Most U.S. States Have Introduced Bills Making It Harder To Vote; Riots In Northern Ireland Over Brexit Issues; Netherlands Studying Way To Bring Back Live Events. Aired 5-6a ET
• More Than Four Million Vaccinations Administered In The U.S. On Friday; Average Of New Cases Is Rising Above 60,000 Once Again In The U.S.; Pope: Churches Hold Easter Services Amid Pandemic Concerns; Capitol Attack; Minneapolis Police Chief Medaria Arradondo Expected To Testify; This Week: Biden Launches Push On $2.27 Trillion American Jobs Plan; Jordan's Former Crown Prince Accused In Plot Against King; Holiday Comes Amid Time Of Crisis And Tragedy In America. Aired 2-3p ET
• TSA Reports Record-Hight Air Travel Since Start Of Pandemic; The Trial Of Derek Chauvin Set To Resume On Monday; Interview With Rep. Ro Khanna (D-CA) About Biden's Infrastructure Plan And about Allegations Against Matt Gaetz; Trump Rages Over Election Loss In Statement, Then Say, 'Other Than That, Happy Easter;' Imminent Wastewater Flood Forces Evacuation In Florida; Testing COVID-19 Vaccines On Children. Aired 4-5p ET
• U.S. Races To Vaccinate As Experts Warn Of Possible New Surge; TSA Reports Record High Air Travel Since Start Of Pandemic; Derek Chauvin Murder Trial Resumes Tomorrow After Week Of Compelling Witness Testimony. Aired 3-4p ET
• Murder Trial Of Former Minneapolis Police Officer Derek Chauvin Resumes Tomorrow; Hunter Biden Opens Up On Addiction And Family; Dr. Fauci Defends Dr. Birx; The Origins Of QAnon. Aired 5-6p ET
• Record Pandemic-Era Numbers As Easter Travel Surges; DOJ Investigates Rep. Matt Gaetz (R-FL) As Part Of Trafficking Probe; Stage Set For More Compelling Testimony In Chauvin Trial; Remarkable Story Of Survival Against COVID; Personal Data Of More Than 500 Million Facebook Users Leaked Online; Pope Leads Scaled-Back Easter Sunday Mass. Aired 6-7p ET
• Derek Chauvin Trial Resumes Tomorrow After A Week Of Compelling Testimony; Record Pandemic-Era Numbers As Easter Travel Surges; Hunter Biden Talks About His Addiction And Burisma; Biden Infrastructure Plan Faces Steep GOP Opposition; Race Between Vaccinations And Variants Reach Critical Point; Far-Right Extremists Shift Focus On Anti-Vaxx Conspiracies. Aired 7-8p ET
• Race Between Vaccinations And Variants Reached Critical Point; One Nursing Home's Mission To Vaccinate Skeptical Staff; U.S. Capitol Police Mourning Officer Killed On Friday; Trump Campaign Steered Supporters Into Unwitting Donations; Big Business And MLB Slam New Georgia Voting Law; Hundreds Killed In Myanmar's Military Takeover; Stanford Wins NCAA Women's Basketball National Championship; Major Biden Bites Again. Aired 8-9p ET


April 03, 2021
• One Officer Killed, One Wounded, Attacker Dead at U.S. Capitol; MLB Moves All-Star Game out of Atlanta. Aired 12-12:15a ET
• One Officer Killed, One Wounded, Attacker Dead at U.S. Capitol; MLB Moves All-Star Game out of Atlanta; Abundance of Video at George Floyd Murder Trial; Pope Leads Scaled-Down Passion Service; Taiwan Train Crash; U.N. Special Envoy to Myanmar, "A Bloodbath Is Imminent"; CDC Says Fully Vaccinated Can Gather for Easter; Capitol Police Mourn Fallen Officer. Aired 2-3a ET
• One Officer Killed, One Wounded, Attacker Dead at U.S. Capitol; Abundance of Video at George Floyd Murder Trial; Netherlands Suspends AZ Vaccine; France and Italy Begin Pre-Easter Lockdowns; Capitol Police Mourn Fallen Officer; CDC Says Fully Vaccinated Can Gather for Easter; U.N. Special Envoy to Myanmar, "A Bloodbath Is Imminent"; Medical Community Vaccinates Homeless. Aired 3-4a ET
• U.S. Capitol Police Officer Killed by Man Ramming His Vehicle into Barricade; Authorities Attempting to Uncover Motive of Suspect who Rammed Vehicle into Capitol Barricade and Subsequently Shot and Killed while Attacking Officers with Knife; Major League Baseball Pulls All-Star Game from Atlanta after Georgia Passes Controversial Bill on Voting Reform; Mental Health Expert Discusses Possible Traumatic Effects of Violence on Capitol Police Members; COVID-19 Cases Rising in Michigan; President Biden To Seek Possible Republican Support for His Proposed Infrastructure Bill; Representative Matt Gaetz Under Federal Investigation for Possible Sex Trafficking Charges. Aired 10-11a ET
• One Officer Killed, One Wounded, Attacker Dead at U.S. Capitol; Abundance of Video at George Floyd Murder Trial; Capitol Police Mourn Fallen Officer; MLB Moves All-Star Game out of Atlanta; Pope Leads Scaled-Down Passion Service; U.N. Special Envoy to Myanmar, "A Bloodbath Is Imminent"; U.S. Employers Add Jobs, Boosting Economy; CDC Says Fully Vaccinated Can Gather for Easter. Aired 4-5a ET
• One Officer Killed, One Wounded, Attacker Dead At U.S. Capitol; Abundance Of Video At George Floyd Murder Trial; Feds Investigate Matt Gaetz; CDC Says Fully Vaccinated Can Gather For Easter; France And Italy Begin Pre-Easter Lockdowns; Netherlands Suspends AZ Vaccine; U.N. Special Envoy To Myanmar, "A Bloodbath Is Imminent"; Capitol Police Mourn Fallen Officer. Aired 5-6a ET
• MLB Moving All-Star Game From GA Over New Voting Restriction; Atlanta Mayor Fears A Boycott If New GA Voting Law Isn't Changed; One Officer Killed, One Injured In Attack At U.S. Capitol; CDC Advising Against Non-Essential Travel Even When Vaccinated; Top Homicide Cop Calls Chauvin's Actions "Totally Unnecessary"; Suspect Killed After Driving Car Into Barricade, Brandishing Knife. Aired 12-1p ET
• Suspect In Capitol Car Attack Posted He Had Lost His Job, Believed Government Was Targeting Him With "Mind Control"; Top Detective: Chauvin's Use Of Force "Totally Unnecessary"; NYT: Receipts Show Rep. Matt Gaetz Sent Money To Women Using Cash Apps But Gaetz Denies Allegations; Nearly Half Of States Reporting A Rise In COVID Cases; Pop-Up Event At First Broadway House To Open Doors Since Pandemic. Aired 3-4p ET
• Voting Law Fallout; Interview With Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms (D), Atlanta; Capitol Police Officer William Evans Killed In Attack; First Week Of Derek Chauvin's Murder Trial Comes To A Close; Matt Gaetz Praises Indicted Florida Politician In 2017 Audio. Aired 11a-12p ET
• U.S. Capitol Police Officer Killed By Man Ramming His Vehicle Into Barricade, Authorities Attempting To Uncover Motive Of Suspect; Major League Baseball Pulls All-Star Game from Atlanta After Georgia Passes Controversial Bill On Voting Reform; President Biden's And Georgia Gov. Kemp's Comments On Georgia Voting Law Examined; Analysts Review First Week Of Testimony In Trial Of Derek Chauvin; Florida Republican Representative Matt Gaetz Under Federal Investigation For Possible Charges Related To Sex Trafficking. Aired 2-3p ET
• One Officer Killed, One Injured In Attack At U.S. Capitol; Emotional And Graphic Testimony In Derek Chauvin Murder Trial; Rep. Matt Gaetz Refutes Sex Allegations "Completely"; TSA Screenings Hit Pandemic High As CDC Discourages Travel; Pfizer & Moderna Vaccines Likely Protect Six-Plus Months; New York & Florida Diverge On Use Of Vaccine Passports; U.S. Adds 916,000 Jobs In March, Highest Level Since August; Florida Sheriff's Office Go "Beyond The Call Of Duty" Deputizing A Five-Year-Old Boy With Cancer. Aired 1-2p ET
• Top Detective: Chauvin's Use Of Force "Totally Unnecessary"; Major League Baseball Moves All-Star Game Over Georgia Voting Law; Interview With Rep. Nikema Williams (D-GA); Suspect In Capitol Car Attack Posted He Lost His Job, Believed Government Was Targeting Him With "Mind Control"; Source: Investigators Pursuing Allegations That Gaetz May Have Used Cash & Drugs In His Dealings With Young Women; Police Chokeholds In The Spotlight At Derek Chauvin Trial. Aired 4-5p ET
• U.S. Hits Record Four Million COVID Vaccine Doses In A Day; Interview With Dr. Anthony Fauci; Suspect In Capitol Car Attack Posted He Had Lost His Job, Believed Government Was Targeting Him With "Mind Control"; Rep. Joaquin Castro (D-TX) Discusses Attacks At Nation's Capitol, The Matt Gaetz Sex Controversy, The Crisis At The Border; New Video Footage Fills In The Gaps Of George Floyd Arrest. Aired 5-6p ET
• U.S. Hits Four Million COVID-19 Vaccine Doses In A Day, Passes Three Million Daily Average Says The CDC; MLB Pulls All-Star Game From Georgia Over New Voting Restrictions; One Officer Killed, Another Injured In U.S. Capitol Attack; Interview With Rep. Sheila Jackson Lee (D-TX); At Least 22 Mass Shootings In U.S. Since Atlanta Spa Killings; Hunter Biden Opens Up About His Struggle With Addiction. Aired 6-7p ET
• Hunter Biden Opens Up About His Struggle With Addiction; Deadly Assault Raises Fresh Questions About Capitol Security; Thirteen-Year- Old Takes Part In Pfizer Vaccine Trial; Michigan Republicans Introduce 39 Election Reform Bills; Witness Gives Emotional Testimony In First Week Of Chauvin Trial; Pfizer Says Its Vaccine Is 100 Percent Effective In Adolescents; CNN And Amnesty International Investigates Shocking Video Of Ethiopian Soldiers Carrying Out Extrajudicial Executions Of Unarmed Men. Aired 7-8p ET
• CDC: U.S. Hits Four Million Doses In A Day, Passes Three Million Daily Average; One Officer Killed, One Injured In Attack At U.S. Capitol; Virginia Takes Aggressive Action To Expand Voting Rights; DOJ Investigates Rep. Gaetz As Part Of Trafficking Probe; Police Chokeholds In Spotlight At Derek Chauvin Trial. Aired 8-9p ET


April 02, 2021
• Investigation Shows Shocking Video Depicts Executions by Ethiopian Soldiers; At Least 36 Killed in Taiwan Train Derailment; Millions of Europeans Bracing for Somber Easter Weekend; Brazil Records Deadliest Month as COVID-19 Crisis Deepens; Ex-Officer Chauvin Defends Force in Call for Supervisor; Website Shares Anonymous Testimonials about U.K. Child Sexual Abuse; Inside BioNTech's New Vaccine Production Factory; Uruguay Closes Stores Along Border with Brazil; Amazon Rainforest Now Emits More Greenhouse Gases Than It Absorbs; Pfizer Says Studies Confirm Vaccine Protection will Last at Least 6 Months; Florida GOP Advance Anti-Rioting Bill. Aired 12-12:45a ET
• Taiwan Train Derails In Tunnel; Ethiopian Soldiers Appear To Have Carried Out Executions In Tigray; Airstrikes Continue In Myanmar's Northern State; Easter In Europe: Lockdowns , Curfews And Closures; Uruguay In Measures To Stop Virus Transfer From Brazil At Its Borders; At Least 36 Killed in Taiwan Train Derailment; Prosecutors to Resume Case against Ex-Officer Chauvin; H&M, Nike, Other Brands Face Boycott in China; Ontario Shuts Down for at Least a Month over Variants; Inside BioNTech's New Vaccine Production Factory; Study Amazon Rainforest Now Emits More Greenhouse Gases than it Absorbs. Aired 1-2a ET
• Europeans Facing Their Second Easter Under Lockdowns; UK Considering Vaccine "Passports" To Allow Travel; Chauvin's Supervisor: Use Of Force Should Have Ended Sooner; U.S. "Concerned" With Russian Actions In Eastern Ukraine; H&M, Nike, Other Brands Face Boycott In China; NASA's Mars Helicopter To Fly April 11 At The Earliest. Aired 3-4a ET
• 36 Known Dead In Taiwan Train Derailment, Dozens Still Trapped; Ethiopian Soldiers Appear To Have Carried Out Executions In Tigray; ISIS Terror Attack In Mozambique Organized And Targeted; Brazil's Cities Warn They'll Run Out Of Oxygen Next Week; Easter At The Vatican And Across Europe: Subdued Celebration Amid Lockdowns, Closures And Restrictions; Curfews And Closures; Uruguay In Measures To Stop Virus Transfer From Brazil At Its Borders; At Least 36 Killed In Taiwan Train Derailment; Ex-Officer Chauvin Defends Force In Call To Supervisor; Telecom Companies Ordered To Shut Down Wireless Internet; OPEC To Boost Production After U.S. Calls Saudi Arabia; H&M, Nike, Other Brands Face Boycott In China; Officials Charge Capitol Rioter Who Allegedly Tased And Assaulted Officer Mike Fanone With A Flagpole. Aired 2-2:45a ET
• At Least 41 Killed in Taiwan Train Derailment; Witnesses, New Videos Detail Final Moments of Floyd's Life; Pfizer Says Its Vaccine Still Effective After Six Months; Inside BioNTech's New Vaccine Production Factory; Biden Holds First In-Person Cabinet Meeting of Presidency. Aired 4-4:30a ET
• At Least 48 Killed in Taiwan Train Derailment; U.S. State Legislatures Consider Sweeping New Election Laws; Black Lawmaker Speaks Out About Arrest at Georgia Capitol; Report Slams U.S. Capitol Police Failures Ahead of Riot; Ontario Shut Down for at Least a Month Over Variants; Millions of Europeans Bracing for Somber Easter Weekend; North Dakota Governor Declares Statewide Wildfire Emergency. Aired 4:30-5a ET
• Soon, Trial Resumes for Ex-Cop Charged in George Floyd's Death; Soon, CDC Set to Release Travel Guidelines for Fully Vaccinated People; Prosecution Questions Minneapolis Police Sergeant. Aired 10- 10:30a ET
• Biden Speaks as Pandemic Recovery Escalates, U.S. Adds 916,000 Jobs; Testimony Resumes in Derek Chauvin Murder Trial; Prosecution Questions Minneapolis Police Lieutenant. Aired 11:30a-12p ET
• Prosecution Questions Minneapolis Police Sergeant & Lieutenant; Biden Speaks on State of the Economy, March Jobs Report. Aired 11- 11:30a ET
• Fed. Investigation of Rep. Matt Gaetz; U.S. Sees a Rise in Hate Crimes; Cecilia Rouse is Interviewed about the March Jobs Numbers. Aired 9:30-10a ET
• Homicide Detective Says, Chauvin's Use of Force Totally Unnecessary; CDC Says, Travel Risk is Low if You are Fully Vaccinated; Capitol on Lockdown Due to External Security Threat. Aired 1-1:30p ET
• Armed Suspect Killed After Ramming Capitol Barricades; Interview With Rep. Ro Khanna (D-CA). Aired 2-2:30p ET
• U.S. Adds 916,000 Jobs in March; Trial Resumes for Ex-Cop Charged in George Floyd's Death; Experts Urge Americans to Take Precautions Until Fully Vaccinated; More Federal Investigations into Republican Congressman Matt Gaetz. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• Live Coverage of Derek Chauvin Trial; Minneapolis Night Shift Police Sergeant Jon Edwards Questioned by Defense; Edwards Outlines Minneapolis Police Initial Investigation of Crime Scene. Aired 10:30- 11a ET
• Deadly Capitol Attack. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• Capitol on Lockdown Due to External Security Threat; Capitol Police: Someone Rammed a Vehicle into 2 Capitol Hill Officers. Aired 1:30-2p ET
• One officer killed, one wounded, attacker dead at Capitol; Interview with Rep. Adriano Espaillat (D-NY) on Capitol Hill attack today. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• U.S. Capitol on Lockdown after Car Rammed into Officers; Source: One of the Capitol Police Officers Was Stabbed; Officials Give Briefing on Car Ramming Incident at Capitol; USCP Acting Chief: Capitol Police Officer Who Was Stabbed Has Died. Aired 2:30-3p ET


April 01, 2021
• Hong Kong Pro-Democracy Activists Convicted; France Under Third National COVID-19 Lockdown; U.N. Special Envoy To Myanmar, "A Bloodbath Is Imminent"; Witnesses To George Floyd's Murder Express Regret And Helplessness; New Wave In India As Festival Nears; Inside Pfizer's Manufacturing Facility; Navalny Goes On Hunger Strike. Aired 2-2:45a ET
• Inside Pfizer's Vaccine Manufacturing Facility; Pfizer/BioNTech Vaccine 100% Effective in Kids 12-15; Macron, Merkel Discuss Russia's Sputnik V Vaccine with Putin; Russia Registers World's First COVID Vaccine for Animals; Shipping Back to Normal Levels in Suez Canal; First Lawsuit Filed Against Trump from U.S. Capitol Officers; Quality Issue at Plant Delays Some of J&J's Vaccine; Hong Kong Pro-Democracy Activists Convicted; New Wave in India as Festival Nears; Witnesses to George Floyd's Murder Express Regret and Helplessness; U.N. Special Envoy to Myanmar, "A Bloodbath Is Imminent". Aired 12-12:45a ET
• Crisis In Myanmar Deepens, Civil War A Possibility; China Makes Example Of Hong Kong Activists In Controversial Conviction; Pfizer BioNTech's Revolutionary Facility Aims For 100 Million Vaccines A Month By End 2020; Vaccine News Round Up: France, Germany, Austria, U.S.; New Police Body Cams Shown At Chauvin's Trial; Witness Express Regret and Helplessness; Putin Critic Navalny Goes on Prison Hunger Strike; Peru to Enter Nationwide Lockdown through Easter; Australians Stranded Abroad Asking U.N. for Help; Biden Unveils $2 Trillion Infrastructure Plan. Aired 1-2a ET
• France Bracing for a Third Lockdown; Hospitals in France Overwhelmed with COVID Cases; U.N. Envoy Says a Bloodbath is Eminent; Hong Kong Court Convict Nine Veterans; More Witnesses Against Chauvin Brought into Court; Concerning New Wave In India Amid Major Festival; Peru To Enter Nationwide Lockdown Through Easter; Quality Issue At Vaccine Plant Ruins Millions Of J&J Doses; Biden Unveils $2 Trillion Infrastructure Plan; Delta Airlines To Resume Seating Plan In May; U.K. Schools Reckoning With Rape Culture; Investigating The Suez Shutdown; Major Champ's Tiger Woods' Rollover; Belgian Prosecutors Open Investigation Into Online Prank. Aired 3-4a ET
• New Footage Revealed in Chauvin Murder Trial; Witnesses Express Regret and Helplessness; U.S. Covid Plateau as Europe Faces Surge; Biden Unveils $2 Trillion Infrastructure Plan. Aired 4-4:30a ET
• Remote Learning Creates New Challenges for Schools; 250+ Bills in Dozens of States Air to Restrict Voting Access; DOJ Investigating Gaetz Over Sex Trafficking Allegations; Putin Critic Navalny Goes on Prison Hunger Strike; Inspectors Check Ship That Ran Aground in Suez Canal; Baseball Welcomes Back Fans on Opening Day 2021. Aired 4:30-5a ET
• Floyd's Friend Invokes Fifth Amendment, Says He Won't Testify in Trial; Pfizer Vaccine Protection Lasts at Least Six Months after Second Dose; New York Times Reports, New York Prosecutors Subpoena Trump Org CFO's Personal Bank Records. Aired 10-10:30a ET
• Floyd's Girlfriend: "We Struggled Ever Day" with Opioid Addiction. Aired 11-11:30a ET
• Floyd's Girlfriend Says, in May 2020, I Suspected He Had Started Drugs Again; Child Among Four Killed in Southern California Office Park Shooting; COVID Vaccinations Pick Up as Cases Rise in Half the States. Aired 11:30a-12p ET
• Live Coverage of Derek Chauvin Trial; Courteney Batya Ross is Questioned by Defense; Ross is Cross-Examined by Prosecution. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• Baseball's Opening Day; Testimony Continues in Derek Chauvin Trial. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• Prosecution Questions Paramedic Who Treated George Floyd; Defense Cross-Examines Paramedic Who Tended to George Floyd. Aired 1- 1:30p ET
• Four Dead in Mass Shooting at a California Office Complex; Trial of Ex-Cop Charged in George Floyd's Death Resumes; Major League Baseball Season Begins Today; Pfizer Is Preparing To Seek Ful FDA Approval For Its Two Shot Coronavirus Vaccine. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• Biden Holds First Cabinet Meeting; Child Tax Credit for Families; Companies Speak out against Georgia Voting Law. Aired 9:30- 10a ET.
• Testimony Continues in Derek Chauvin Trial. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• Fourth Day of Witness Testimony in Derek Chauvin Trial; Firefighter Saw Unresponsive Body on a Cot on Arrival at Ambulance. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• Paramedic: Floyd Was "Unresponsive" When I Arrived; Biden Holds 1st Cabinet Meeting as He Pushed Infrastructure Package; . Aired 1:30- 2p ET
• Paramedic Derek Smith is Questioned in Derek Chauvin Trial. Aired 2:30-3p ET


March 31, 2021
• Europe Struggles With Rising Cases And Vaccine Shortages, Brazil Overwhelmed, Lockdowns In Canada; Countries React To WHO Study On COVID-19 Origins; Emotional Testimony From Witnesses In George Floyd Murder Trial; Armed Ethnic Group Warns Of Major Conflict In Myanmar; Conflicting Reports On Who Controls Palma; Sisi Promises New Investment In Suez Canal. Aired 2-2:45a ET
• Egypt's Sisi Promises New Investment in Suez Canal; Deliveroo Set for IPO on London Stock Exchange; Iconic Band 'Crowded House' Plays Live Shows in New Zealand; Fears of Fourth Surge as COVID Cases Spike 23% in a Week; COVID Vaccines Now Being Tested on Kids; Countries React to WHO Study on COVID-19 Origins; Emotional Testimony from Witnesses in George Floyd Murder Trial; Armed Ethnic Group Warns of Major Conflict in Myanmar; Brazilian President Replaced Military Chiefs; India Struggles to Contain COVID-19 Surge. Aired 12-12:45a ET
• U.S., U.K., Japan, Canada, Australia Issue Joint Statement On Failings Of WHO Report On COVID Origins; Testimony From George Floyd's Trial; Brazil's COVID Death Spiral, Bolsonaro Shakes Up The Cabinet; Mozambique's Northern Province Could Fall To ISIS; Serbia Emerges as "Vaccine Hub" of the Balkans; Variants Fuel Rise in Hospitalizations, Lockdowns in Canada; Beijing Greatly Reduces Elected Seats in New Legislature; Egypt's Sisi Promises New Investment in Suez Canal; Crowded House Drawing Crowds. Aired 1-2a ET
• Emotional Testimony from Six Witnesses in Chauvin Trial; White House Pushes Back on W.H.O. Report; Several U.S. States Ignore Calls to Renew Restrictions; Countries Concerned by W.H.O. Study on COVID Origins; Biden Set to Unveil Massive Infrastructure Plan; Court Documents: Alleged Rioter Made Racist Threats. Aired 4-4:30a ET
• People in the Balkans Flock to Serbia for Vaccinations; New Campaign to Encourage Black Britons to Get Vaccinated; Armed Ethnic Groups Warns of Major Conflict; Aung San Suu Kyi Gets First Meeting with Lawyers Since Coup; Wildlife Rescued, 185 Baby Tortoise Found in Suitcase; Suez Canal Working to Clear Backlog; YouTube Videos Lead Police to Alleged Mafia Fugitive; Germany and France Calls for Russia's Help; Jair Bolsonaro Reshuffles His Cabinet; Skepticism is High on WHO's COVID-19 Report; Emotions Pour in Court from Witnesses; Patriots Are in, Opposition is Out. Aired 3-4a ET
• U.S. Lawmaker Denies Allegations of Relationship with Teen; France, Germany and Russian Discuss Vaccine Cooperation; People in the Balkans Flock to Serbia for Vaccinations; Bolsonaro Replacing Military Chiefs After Cabinet Overhaul; Suez Canal Works to Clear Backlog After Stranded Ship Freed; Watergate Break-In Mastermind Dies Aged 90; YouTube Videos Lead Police to Alleged Mafia Fugitive. Aired 4:30-5a ET
• Pfizer Trial Shows COVID-19 Vaccine 100 Percent Effective in Adolescents; Today, Biden Heads to Pittsburgh to Unveil Massive Infrastructure Plan; Rep. Matt Gaetz (R-FL) Denies Relationship with 17-Year-Old, Claims Extortion Attempt. Aired 10-10:30a ET
• Surveillance Video of George Floyd in Store Played at Derek Chauvin Trial. Aired 11-11:30a ET
• Surveillance Video Of George Floyd In Store Played In Derek Chauvin's Murder Trial. Aired 11:30a-12p ET
• Pfizer Claims Its COVID-19 Vaccine 100 Percent Effective in Adolescents; Trial of Ex-Minneapolis Police Officer in George Floyd's Death Resumes; President Biden Heads To Pittsburgh To Unveil His Newest Ambitious Plan To Boost The Economy; Republican Matt Gaetz Is Caught Right In The Middle Of A Sex Trafficking Investigation. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• Live Coverage as Derek Chauvin Trial Enters Third Day; Genevieve Hansen Testimony Concludes, Christopher Martin is questioned; Cup Foods Surveillance Video Played. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• Third Day of Witness Testimony in Derek Chauvin Trial. Aired 1- 1:30p ET
• Biden Launches Infrastructure Plan; Testimony Continues in Derek Chauvin Trial. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• DOJ Investigating Rep. Matt Gaetz; Two U.S. Capitol Police Officers Suing Trump; Fear U.S. Could Face U.K. Variant Surge; Delta to Fill Middle Seats; Texas CBP Facility Over Capacity. Aired 9:30-10a ET.
• Testimony Continues in Derek Chauvin Trial. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• Soon, Biden Heads to Pittsburgh to Unveil Massive Infrastructure Plan; Dave Bauer, President & CEO, American Road & Transportation Building Association, Discusses Biden's Infrastructure Plan, McConnell Saying Infrastructure Plan a "Trojan Horse" for Higher Taxes & Spending; Pfizer Kids Vaccine Breakthrough; Delta Will Start Selling Middle Seats Again; Gaetz Under Investigation, Denies Relationship with Teen Girl, Claims Extortion Attempt. Aired 1:30-2p ET
• Continuing Coverage of Derek Chauvin Trial; Biden to Launch Sweeping Infrastructure Plan. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• 3rd Day of Testimony in Derek Chauvin Trial; Prosecutor Questions Witness in Chauvin Murder Trail. Aired 2:30-3p ET


March 30, 2021
• WHO: COVID-19 Likely Came From Animals, Not Lab; Suez Canal Traffic Resumes; Trial Begins For George Floyd's Killer; Thai Officials Turned Back Myanmar Refugees; ISIS Claims Responsibility For Palma Siege; Many African Nations Face Vaccine Rollout Challenges. Aired 2-2:45a ET
• Trial Begins For George Floyd's Killer; WHO: COVID-19 Likely Came From Animals, Not Lab; Suez Canal Traffic Resumes; Thai Officials Deny Turning Back Myanmar Refugees; First Oil Tanker In Months Docks At Hodeidah Port; Thick Smoke Blankets Kathmandu, Closes Schools; Birx: Hundreds Of Thousands Of Deaths Were Likely Preventable; The Facts On Biden's Uphill Border Crisis. Aired 12-12:45a ET
• WHO Release Report on COVID-19 Source; Vaccine Shows High Efficacy Rate; Floyd's Family Hopes to Get Justice; Ever Given Finally Freed; Trial Begin For Ex-Officer Derek Chauvin Charged In Floyd's Death; Biden Administration Cuts Trade Ties With Myanmar; First Oil Tanker In Months Docks At Hodeidah Port As War In Yemen Continues; Severe Weather, Six Dead After Flash Floods In Nashville. Aired 3-4a ET
• WHO Report: Virus Likely Came from Animals, Not Lab; ISIS Group Claims Responsibility for Palma Siege; First Oil Tanker in Months Docks at Hodeidah Port; Irish Sea Border Issues Threaten Peace; Trial Begins for Ex Police Office Charged with Murder of George Floyd; WHO Report On SARS-Cov-2 Origin Raises More Questions Than Answers; "Ever Given" Finally Freed In Suez Canal; Myanmar Refugees Flee From Military Airstrikes In The North; Director Of CDC: "I'm Scared." Walensky's Plea To Americans To Stay Vigilant; Bolsonaro Replaces Six Cabinet Members In One Move. Aired 1-2a ET
• Trial Begins for Former Officer Charged in George Floyd's Death; W.H.O. Report: Virus Likely Came from Animals, Not Lab; Top U.S. Health Official on Rising COVID Cases: "I'm Scared"; U.S. Air Travel Amid Pandemic Hits New Record High; Biden Prepares to Pitch Jobs and Infrastructure Plan; Suez Canal Traffic Resumes After Crews Free Massive Ship. Aired 4-4:30a ET
• Prosecutors Show Video of Chauvin Kneeling on Floyd's Neck; Biden Administration Cuts Trade Ties with Myanmar; First Oil Tanker in Months Docks at Hodeidah Port; Texas Congressional Candidate Under Fire Over New Ad. Aired 4:30-5a ET
• Chauvin Trial Resumes with MMA Trainer Who Saw Floyd's Death; Biden, CDC Director Warn of Virus Surge if Americans Let Guard Down; Second Day of Testimony Gets Underway in Derek Chauvin Trial. Aired 10-10:30a ET
• Second Day of Testimony Gets Underway in Derek Chauvin Trial. Aired 11-11:30a ET
• Second Day of Testimony Gets Underway in Derek Chauvin Trial. Aired 11:30a-12p ET
• Biden Pushes Mask Mandates as COVID Cases Rise; Michigan Ramps Up Vaccination as Infections, Hospitalizations Surge; Chauvin's Trial Resumes with MMA Trainer Who Saw Floyd's Death; Prosecutor Says Chauvin Knelt on George Floyd's Neck for 9 Minutes and 29 Seconds; Georgia's New Voting Law Prompts Calls for Boycotts. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• Biden Signs PPP Extension; Biden's Infrastructure Plan; Georgia's Voting Law Prompts Boycotts; Three Men Charged in Kidnapping Plot to Stand Trial; WHO Releases Report; NYPD Searches for Hate Crime Suspect. Aired 9:30-10a ET.
• Biden Administration Sends Agents to Border; Derek Chauvin Trial Continues. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• Witnesses Take Stand to Describe George Floyd's Final Moments; COVID Cases, Hospitalizations and Deaths Rising in U.S. Again. Aired 1-1:30p ET
• Live Coverage of Derek Chauvin Trial; Witness Donald Williams' 911 Call is Entered As Exhibit 20; Examination and Cross-Examination of Donald Williams. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• Derek Chauvin Trial Continues. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• COVID Cases, Hospitalizations and Deaths Rising in U.S. Again; WHO Report: Virus Likely Came from Animal, Not Lab; U.S. Among 14 Nations Expressing Concern over WHO Findings; White House: More Seniors Getting Vaccinated, But Not Time to Relax; Funeral Today for Officer Killed in Boulder Mass Shooting; Dozens of School Shootings Thwarted by Community Tipoffs. Aired 1:30-2p ET
• 2nd Day of Derek Chauvin Trial Resumes after Lunch Break; Underage Witness Testifies Off Camera in Chauvin Trial; Aired 2:30-3p ET
• Underage Witness Testifies Off Camera in Chauvin Trial; Bystander Said I Stay Up at Night Apologizing to George Floyd. Aired 3:30-4p ET


March 29, 2021
• Official: U.S. Trying to Develop Vaccine Passports; Crews Try to Get Ever Given Refloated Again; UNICEF: Security Forces Have Killed 35 Children Since Coup; Chile Faces Second Wave, Even with Steady Vaccinations; Nashville Declares Emergency after Deadly Flash Floods; Derek Chauvin Trial Begins Monday with Opening Statements; Lawmakers Call for Shootings to Be Prosecuted as Hate Crime; Biden Calls Law 'Jim Crow in the 21st Century'. Aired 12-1a ET
• Dozens Killed And Missing After Militants Besiege City; Chile's New Coronavirus Wave; Greater Brisbane Will Enter Three-Day Lockdown; Massive Ship Dislodged from Suez Canal; Rising COVID Infections in the U.S.; Deadliest Day in the Crisis in Myanmar; Mozambique Terror Attack. Aired 2-3a ET
• Biden Under Pressure to Address Gun Laws, Border Crisis; U.S. Anticipates Record Surge of Migrants Through September; Nashville Declares Emergency after Deadly Flash Floods; Crews Attempting to Refloat the Ever Given; Derek Chauvin Trial Begins Monday with Opening Statements; Battling Knife Crime in the U.K.; California Amusement Parks to Reopen Thursday; Mighty Container Carrier Budges Slightly In The Suez Canal; Day Seven Of Suez Blockage Costs Tens Of Billions Of Dollars; Myanmar's Day Of Shame: Military Kills 114 People Sunday; Mexico Underreported COVID Deaths By 120,000 People; Biden Administration: Prioritizing A Tough Agenda. Aired 1-2a ET
• Suez Canal Authority Confirms Ever Given Mostly Free; U.S. Experts Urge Public to Follow Safety Measures; Some U.S. State Seeing a Rise in COVID Infections; England Lifts COVID Stay-at-Home Order; Biden Under Pressure to Address Gun Laws, Border Crisis; Key Democratic Lawmakers Slam Georgia's New Voting Law. Aired 4-4:30a ET
• Maritime Traffic Affects Consumers; England Lifted its Lockdown; London Parents Worry Over Knife Rampant Attacks; Uyghur Children Dreams of Seeing Their Family Complete; Ever Given Ship Now Free; Complacency Have Consequences; Minneapolis Police on Full Alert; Democrats Are Outrage of New Georgia law. Aired 3-4a ET
• Suez Canal Authority Confirms Ever Given Mostly Free; U.S. President Biden Calls Situation in Myanmar "Outrageous"; Students in Turkey Have Lost Contact with Parents in China; Dozens Killed and Missing After Militants Besiege City of Palma; U.S. Covid Cases Rise Even as More People Get Vaccinated; Rising Concerns for Teens as Covid Restrictions Ease. Aired 4:30-5a ET
• Trial Begins for Ex-Police Officer Charged in George Floyd's Death; Michigan Warns of Third Surge as Cases Accelerate Statewide; Ever Given Ship Full Dislodged and is Currently Floating. Aired 10- 10:30a ET
• Trial Begins for Ex-Police Officer Charged in George Floyd's Death. Aired 11:30a-12p ET
• The Trail Begins Of A Former Minneapolis Police Officer Being Charged With The Murder Of George Floyd. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• Prosecutors Deliver Opening Statements in Derek Chauvin Trial. Aired 11-11:30a ET
• CDC Director Warns of COVID Surge; Derek Chauvin Trial Begins. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• Trial Begins for Ex-Police Officer Charged in George Floyd's Death; Prosecution Questions First Witness in Chauvin Trial. Aired 1- 1:30p ET
• Trial Begins for Ex-Police Officer Charged in George Floyd's Death; Members of Floyd Family Speak Ahead of Chauvin Trial. Aired 9- 9:30a ET
• Floyd Family Event; Aired 9:30-10a ET.
• Derek Chauvin Trial Begins. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• Dispatcher Caller Sergeant While Watching Video of Floyd Arrest: Felt "Something Wasn't Right," Was "Voicing My Concerns"; CDC Chief Warns of "Impending Doom" as Covid Cases Spike; White House Expects Private Sector to Drive Development of Vaccine Passport; Update on Coronavirus Responses Around the World. Aired 1:30-2p ET
• Trail Begins for Ex-Police Officer Charged in George Floyd's Death; Prosecution Questions Witness to Floyd's Arrest. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• President Biden Speaks As COVID Cases Rise In 27 States; Chauvin Trial Restarts After Recess. Aired 2:30-3p ET


March 28, 2021
• J&J Set To Meet Vaccine Delivery Goal; Myanmar Security Forces Kill At Least 114 Civilians Saturday; Gridlock Growing With Massive Ship Blocking Suez Canal; Venezuelan Opposition Leader Positive For COVID-19; COVID-19's "Lost Decade For Development"; Texas Mom Escapes Anti-Vaccine Movement; Thousands Flee Fighting In Mozambique; Shocking Police Torture In Belarus. Aired 12-1a ET
• Growing Anger over Georgia's New Election Law; Biden Administration Braces for Surge of Young Migrants; U.S. Sets Daily Record for Vaccines Administered; Myanmar Security Forces Kill at Least 114 Civilians Saturday; Demonstrators Speaking Out at "Stop Asian Hate" Rallies; Chinese Adoptions on Hold during COVID-19; Gridlock Growing with Massive Ship Blocking Suez Canal; U.S. South Braces for More Storms; Qantas Flies Passengers to Surprise Destination. Aired 1-2a ET
• Myanmar Security Forces Kill at Least 114 Civilians Saturday; Growing Anger over Georgia's New Election Law; Birx: Most COVID-19 Deaths Were Preventable; Spain Restricting All Travelers from France; Gridlock Growing with Massive Ship Blocking Suez Canal; Thousands Flee Islamist Attack in Mozambique; Biden Administration Braces for Surge of Young Migrants; Colorado's History of Mass Shootings. Aired 2-3a ET
• Myanmar Security Forces Kill at Least 114 Civilians Saturday; Growing Anger over Georgia's New Election Law; Birx: Most COVID-19 Deaths Were Preventable; Spain Restricting All Travelers from France; Biden Administration Braces for Surge of Young Migrants; U.S. South Braces for More Storms; Gridlock Growing with Massive Ship Blocking Suez Canal; Demonstrators Speaking Out at "Stop Asian Hate" Rallies. Aired 3-4a ET
• Myanmar Security Forces Kill at Least 114 Civilians Saturday; Birx: Most COVID-19 Deaths Were Preventable; Contrasting Rollouts along the Irish Border; Third Wave Hits Europe; Biden Administration Braces for Surge of Young Migrants; Gridlock Growing with Massive Ship Blocking Suez Canal; U.S. South Braces for More Storms; Fagradalsfjall Eruption. Aired 4-5a ET
• Birx: Most COVID-19 Deaths Were Preventable; Contrasting Rollouts Along The Irish Border; E.U. Missteps In Vaccine Plan; Third Wave Hits Europe; Myanmar Security Forces Kill At Least 114 Civilians Saturday; Growing Anger Over Georgia's New Election Law; Biden Administration Braces For Surge Of Young Migrants; Officer-Involved Shooting Of Black Man In Virginia; Demonstrators Speaking Out At "Stop Asian Hate" Rallies; Shocking Police Torture In Belarus. Aired 5-6a ET
• Flood Waters Deluge Nashville; Multiple Shootings In Virginia Beach; Members Of Congress Visiting Scenes Of Atlanta Mass Shootings; Michigan Experiencing Third Coronavirus Surge; Head Of Michigan GOP Calls Women Leaders "Witches"; Georgia Republicans Pass Sweeping Law Restricting Voting Access. Aired 2-3p ET
• Four People Dead, 130 Rescued As Flood Waters Deluge Nashville; Michigan's Top Health Official State In Third COVID-19 Surge; Two Killed, Eight Injured During Multiple Shootings In Virginia Beach; Interview With Rep. Barbara Lee (D-CA). Aired 3-4p ET
• Four People Dead, 130 Rescued As Flood Waters Deluge Nashville; Members Of Congress Visit Scenes Of Atlanta Mass Shootings; Interview With Rep. Steven Horsford (D-NV); Two Killed, Eight Injured During Multiple Shootings In Virginia Beach; More Pushback Against Controversial New Law In Georgia Restricting Voter Access; California Theme Parks To Begin Reopening This Week; Derek Chauvin Trial Begins Tomorrow; Little Progress In Freeing Ship Blocking Suez Canal. Aired 1-2p ET
• President Joe Biden To Unveil An Infrastructure Plan And Sell It For Bilateral Support; Trial Of George Floyd's Murder Starts On Monday At Minneapolis; Dominion Voting Systems Sues Fox News For Defamation; Data On America's Mass Shootings; COVID Patients Report Long-Term Effects; Wall Street Waits For March Jobs Report; Massive Cargo Ship Blocks Suez Canal. Aired 5-6p ET
• Michigan Reports Third Surge As COVID Cases Accelerate Statewide; Pandemic Doctors Speak Out On COVID War; Sudden Rise Of Waters Caught Nashville Residents By Surprise; Biden Addresses Reporters Before Leaving Delaware; Forty-Five States Have Seen Bill Aimed At Rolling Back Voting Access; Interview With State Rep. Erica Thomas (D-GA); Virginia Beach Shootings; CNN Hero Zannah Mustapha. Aired 4-5p ET
• Michigan Reports Third Surge As Cases Accelerate Statewide; Police Chief Says, Officer Involved In One Shooting Wore Body Camera, Did Not Have It Activated; Minneapolis On Edge Ahead Of Fired Police Officer's Trial; Dems Vow To Fight Georgia Law Restricting Voting Access; Interview With Mayor Todd Gloria (D) Of San Diego; State Of Emergency Declared In Nashville After Deadly Flooding. Aired 6-7p ET
• California Theme Parks To Reopen Under Strict COVID Guidance; Interview With Rep. Michael Waltz (R-FL) About Voting Restrictions; Biden Vows Transparency, Full Media Access At Border Facilities; Congressional Delegation Visits Atlanta Area Crime Scenes; Nonprofit Group Core Offers Testing And Shots Across The U.S.; Murder Trial For Fired Minneapolis Officer Begins Tomorrow; U.N. Officials Condemn Myanmar's Attack On Civilians. Aired 7-8p ET
• Michigan Reports Third Surge as Cases Accelerate Statewide; Pandemic Doctors Speak Out in Wide-Ranging Interview; Four Gun Violence Victims Still Hospitalized in Virginia Beach; More Than 18,000 Migrant Children in Federal Custody; Signs of Collapse in Brazil as COVID Spirals Out of Control; Sweeping Georgia Law Restricting Voting Access; Robodog Helps Doctors Treat COVID Patients from a Distance. Aired 8-9p ET


March 27, 2021
• Brazil's ICUs Overflow; Ship Blocking Suez Canal Has Economic Toll. Aired 12-12:15a ET
• President Biden Criticizes Georgia Law as Restricting Voting Access for Minorities; Georgia State Representative Arrested after Knocking on Governor's Door to Witness Signing of Georgia Voting Law; Vaccinations for COVID-19 Continue in U.S. as Deaths Due to Coronavirus Plateau; Biden Administration Restricts Media Access to Border Patrol Facilities at U.S.-Mexico Border; Mayor of Brownsville, Texas, Juan Trey Mendez Interviewed on Current U.S. Immigration Policy and Its Effects; Myanmar's Military Cracks Down Violently on Protests against Military Coup. Aired 10-11a ET
• Brazil's ICUs Overflow; Kenya Imposes New Lockdown on Some Provinces; Ship Blocking Suez Canal Has Economic Toll; Top Myanmar General Vows to Uphold Democracy; Inside Hong Kong's Rough and Confusing Vaccine Rollout; Football Legend Thierry Henry Quits Social Media. Aired 2-2:45a ET
• U.S. Voter Suppression; Brazil's ICUs Overflow; Ship Blocking Suez Canal Has Economic Toll; Top Myanmar General Vows to Uphold Democracy on "Day of Shame"; Kenya Imposes New Lockdown on Some Provinces; Inside Hong Kong's Rough and Confusing Vaccine Rollout; Numbers of Migrant Children in U.S. Custody Rising Sharply; Boulder King Soopers Shooter Passed Background Check. Aired 3-4a ET
• Top Myanmar General Vows To Uphold Democracy On "Day Of Shame"; U.S. Voter Suppression; Brazil's ICUs Overflow; Powerful Tornadoes Rip Southern U.S. States; Ship Blocking Suez Canal Has Economic Toll; U.S. Foreign Policy With China. Aired 4-5a ET
• Top Myanmar General Vows To Uphold Democracy On "Day Of Shame"; U.S. Voter Suppression; U.K. To Test Truckers Transiting France; Ship Blocking Suez Canal Has Economic Toll; Boulder King Soopers Shooter Passed Background Check; Kenya Imposes New Lockdown On Some Provinces; Inside Hong Kong's Rough And Confusing Vaccine Rollout; Football Legend Thierry Henry Quits Social Media. Aired 5-6a ET
• Global Impact Grows As Massive Ship Still Blocking Suez Canal; Local Communities Take Action To Close Racial Wealth Gap; Clean Up Begins After Tornadoes Kill Six Across The Southeast; Biden: Georgia Voting Law "An Atrocity" Says DOJ Looking Into It; Dominion Files $1.6 Billion Defamation Lawsuit Against Fox News; Georgia Lawmaker Facing Two Felonies After Objecting To Voting Law; Gun Shop: Boulder Shooting Suspect Passed Background Check. Aired 12-1p ET
• Protest Planned Today Over Georgia Bill Restricting Voter Access; Georgia Voting Law Intensifies Democratic Debate Around Filibuster; Biden Looking At Possible Executive Action On Guns; Number Of Migrant Children In Federal Custody Continues To Surge; How A Texas Mom Escaped The Anti-Vaccine Movement. Aired 11a-12p ET
• GA Voting Law Gives Dems Reason To Push Filibuster Change; U.S. Sets New Record For Single-Day Vaccinations; Protests Across U.S. Call For End To Anti-Asian Violence; Tony Calcado, Executive Vice President & Chief Operating Officer, Rutgers University, Discusses Students Required To Get Vaccinated Before Returning To School; CNN Report: Thousands Of Uyghur Families In China Torn Apart By A Policy Some Call Genocide. Aired 1-2p ET
• Protesters Gather In Atlanta To Demonstrate Against New Georgia Voting Law; Georgia State Representative Arrested After Knocking On Governor's Door To Witness Signing Of Georgia Voting Law; Research Finds Pfizer And Moderna COVID-19 Vaccines Protect Pregnant Women And Allow Them To Pass Protective Antibodies To Newborns; Rallies Take Place In LA Protesting Recent Mistreatment Of Asian American Community; Suspect In Mass Shooting In Boulder, Colorado, Reportedly Passed Background Check; President Biden Looking Into Issuing Executive Orders On Gun Control. Aired 2-3p ET
• Biden: Georgia Voting Law "An Atrocity," Says DOJ Looking Into It; Former CDC Director Tells CNN He Thinks COVID-19 Originated In Chinese Lab, But Cites No Evidence; Boulder Officer Who Died In Shooting Led Team Into Store Within 30 Seconds Of Arriving On Scene; Gun Shop Owner: Shooting Suspect Passed Background Check; Biden Urges Action On Gun Control After Back-To-Back Mass Shootings; Large Container Ship Remains Stuck In Suez Canal; Tornado Survivor Calls Untouched Cross "A Miracle". Aired 3-4p ET
• Activists Call New Georgia Law Deliberate Voter Suppression; Georgia Governor Calls Voting Law Outrage A "False Narrative"; Dr. Birx: Majority Of COVID-19 Deaths Were Preventable; Biden Vows Transparency, Full Media Access At Border Facilities But Offers No Timetable; Teens, Adults Struggle With Mental Health As Pandemic Drags On; Texas Mom Escapes The Anti-vaccine Movement; Virginia Beach Officer Who Suspect To Death Did Not Activate Bodycam. Aired 8-9p ET
• Protesters Turn Out In Georgia Over New Voting Law; Biden: Georgia Voting Law "An Atrocity," Says DOJ Looking Into It; Biden Won't Say When Reporters Will Be Allowed Into Border Facilities; Interview With Rep. Vicente Gonzalez (D-TX); How A Texas Mom Escaped The Anti-Vaccine Movement; Boulder Officer Who Died In Shooting Led Team Into Store Within 30 Seconds Of Arriving On Scene; Gun Shop Owner: Shooting Suspect Passed Background Check; Center Supports Children With Down Syndrome In War-Torn Syria. Aired 5-6p ET
• Boycott Calls Grow As Georgia Adopts Controversial Voting Law; Activists Call New Georgia Law Deliberate Voter Suppression; Senior Border Patrol Official: Surge Expected To Last For Months; WSJ Reports Investigators Subpoena Dozens Of Cuomo Administration Officials; Top Tech Bosses Grilled On Social Media Spread Of Lies And Hate; Myanmar's U.N. Envoy Slams Military After Saturday Massacre. Aired 7-8p ET
• Activists Call New Georgia Law Deliberate Voter Suppression; U.S. Sets Daily Record For Vaccines Administered; Rep. Castro: Border Problems Are Result Of Trump Policies; Interview With Rep. Pete Aguilar (D-CA); Biden Admin Project At Least 34,100 More Beds Needed To Shelter Migrant Children; Temporary Living Situation Frustrates VP Kamala Harris; Gun Control Gridlock In Congress After Boulder Shooting. Aired 6-7p ET
• Clinical Trial Could Help Determine What Fully Vaccinated People Can And Cannot Do; WSJ: NY A.G. Subpoenas Dozens Of Cuomo Administration Officials; Dominion Sues FOX News For $1.6 Billion Over False Election Claims; Trump Falsely Tells FOX On Capitol Riot: "There Was Zero Threat"; Sharon Osbourne Leaving "The Talk" After Controversial Comments; Protesters Rally In L.A. To Support Asian- American Communities. Aired 4-5p ET


March 26, 2021
• Blockage Poses Costly Threat to Global Supply Chain; Pandemic Deepens Global Economic Divide; Biden Gives First News Conference Since Taking Office; North Korea: 'Newly Developed' Projectile Test a Success; China Denies Separating Uyghur Children from Families; Military in Myanmar Entwined in Country's Economy; Pfizer Vaccine Could be Available for Children Aged 12-15 by Next School Year. Aired 12-12:45a ET
• Domino Effect of Huge Traffic Jam in Suez Canal; Lessons Learned for Huge Ships; E.U. Lagging in Vaccine Distribution; Brazil Health System on its Breaking Point; Bad Leadership Has Consequences; Biden Warns Of Response If North Korean Missile Tests Escalates; U.S.- China Relations As President Biden Laid Out His Views On China; Xinjiang Forced Labor Allegations; Myanmar's Military's Extensive Business Ties; Crisis In Myanmar, Top General Is Chairman Of Major Conglomerate; Military Crackdown On Protesters Grows Bloodier Each Week; Critics Are Picking Apart On The Royal Inconsistencies. Aired 3- 4a ET
• China's U.S. Ambassador Calls CNN Report on Uyghur Children a "Fabrication"; H&M and Nike are Facing a Boycott in China; Harrowing Stories Out of Ethiopia's Tigray; Critics Point Out Contradictions in Harry and Meghan's Tell-All; $10 Billion A Day Suez Canal Blockage, Worldwide Impact On Supply Chains; North Korea's Second Test Evokes Response From Biden; North Korea Now Number One U.S. Foreign Policy Priority; The COVID Crisis Is The World's Crisis, 120 Million Now Forced Into Extreme Poverty; Netanyahu Wins Israeli Election But Must Form Coalition. Aired 1-2a ET
• A Least Five Killed as Tornadoes Rip Through the Southeast; Biden Sends Warning to North Korea About Missile Tests; Biden Give First News Conference of His Presidency; Georgia Republicans Pass Sweeping New Restrictions on Voting; Biden Suggests U.S. Senate Change Filibuster Rules; Crews Work to Free Ship as Blockage Threatens Global Trade. Aired 4-4:30a ET
• U.N. Sanctions Committee to Discuss North Korea Soon; Container Ship Stuck in Suez Canal; Coronavirus Pandemic; H&M and Nike are Facing Boycott in China; Crises in Myanmar; Crisis in Tigray; Critics Point Out Contradiction In Harry & Meghan's Tell-All; Democratic Law Makers Arrested As Georgia Governor Signs Sweeping Restrictions On Voting Into Law; Biden Slams Laws Aimed At Restricting Voting Access, Calling Them "Despicable" And "Un-American"; President Biden: No Idea If There Will Be A Republican Party In 2024; Five People Reported Killed As Tornado Touches Down In Alabama, Search & Rescue Operations Underway. Aired 2-3a ET
• Biden: Goal is 200 Million COVID Vaccine Shots in First 100 Days; Second Day of EU COVID-19 Summit Begins; Boulder Shooting Suspect Makes First Appearance in Court; Western Brands Like H&M, Nike Face Boycott in China; Critics Point Out Contradictions in Harry & Meghan's Tell-All. Aired 4:30-5a ET
• Georgia Republicans Pass Sweeping Bill Restricting Voting Access; Biden Says He is Open to Reforming Senate Filibuster Rules; White House COVID Response Team Holds Briefing. Aired 10-10:30a ET
• Pfizer Begins Younger Children Trial; Tornadoes Rip through Southeast; Adoptions Delayed by COVID. Aired 9:30-10a ET
• Biden Expected to Unveil $3 Trillion Jobs and Infrastructure Plan Next Week; CDC Says, 26 Percent of U.S. Adults Have Gotten At Least One Dose of Vaccine At Least Six Killed as Tornadoes Rip Throughout Southeast. Aired 11:30a-12p ET
• Biden Says He is Open to Reforming Senate Filibuster Rules; Dominion Voting Systems Files a $1.6 Billion Lawsuit Against Fox News; Study: COVID-19 Infects the Mouth and May Spread in Saliva; Georgia Republicans Pass Sweeping Bill Restricting Voting Access; Biden Pushes Forward with Ambitious Agenda on COVID, Economy. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• Dominion Sues FOX News For $1.6 Billion; Georgia Restricts Voter Access. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• Georgia Republicans Pass Sweeping Bill Restricting Voter Access; Trump Lies about Capitol Riot, Claiming Supporters were Hugging and Kissing Cops; Police Says, Motive Still Unknown for Boulder Rampage That Left Ten Dead. Aired 1-1:30p ET
• Live Coverage of COVID-19 Response Team; Previewing CNN Special Report "COVID WAR"; More Details Emerge in Boulder Shooting. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• Georgia Republicans Pass Sweeping Bill Restricting Voter Access; Biden: The Filibuster Has Been "Abused" In "An Extreme Way"; Former CDC Director Says He Thinks COVID-19 Originated In Chinese Lab But Has No Evidence. Aired 12:30-1p ET
• Georgia Republicans Pass Sweeping Bill Restricting Voter Access; Biden Blasts GOP Efforts to Limit Voting Rights; Trump Claims Deadly Insurrection was "Zero Threat" to Capitol; Dominion Voting Files $1.68B Defamation Suit Against Fox. Aired 11-11:30a ET
• Any Moment: Officials Update Boulder Shooting Investigation; Police: "We Too Want To Know Why" But Still No Motive; Boulder Officials Update Investigation Into Mass Shooting; DA: "Remains To Be Seen" Whether Motive Will Ever Be Known; Police: Investigation Likely "At Least a Year-Long Journey". Aired 12-12:30p ET
• Dominion Sues FOX News For $1.6 Billion; Georgia Restricts Voter Access. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• Over A Quarter of Americans Now Have At Least One COVID Shot; Deadly Tornadoes Tear Across Alabama And Georgia; Trump Says Insurrection Was Zero Threat to Capitol. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• Many States Open Vaccine Eligibility to People 16 Years & Older; Biden: Infrastructure And Jobs Initiative is Next Priority on Agenda; Tornado Outbreak Hits Georgia & Alabama. Aired 1:30-2p ET
• Former CDC Director Says He Thinks COVID-19 Originated in Chinese Lab But Has No Evidence; Fauci: Redfield Was Likely Expressing That There Are "Possibilities" of How a Virus Adapts and Spreads; Report: Trump Pits Potential Senate Candidates Against Each Other for His Endorsement; Biden Reacts to New Georgia Voting Law; U.S. Navy Expected to Send Assessment Team to Assist with Container Ship Stuck in Suez Canal. Aired 2:30-3p ET


March 25, 2021
• North Korea Fires Two Ballistic Missiles; E.U. Proposes Tighter COVID-19 Vaccine Export Controls; Vaccine Rollouts Along The Irish Border; Massive Ship Stuck In Suez Canal; Poverty Grows In Lebanon As Political Stalemate Drags On. Aired 2-2:45a ET
• Re-Floating Massive Ship Could Take Up to a Week; E.U. and U.K. Working on 'Specific Solutions' for Vaccine Supply; E.U. Proposes Tighter COVID Vaccine Export Controls; Brazil's Health Ministry Changes COVID-19 Reporting Criteria; Poverty Grows as Political Stalemate Drags On in Lebanon; Senate Dem and GOP Leaders Trade Blows Over Ballots; CDC Director 'Worried' About Latest COVID-19 Data; Uyghur Families Desperate to Reunite; North Korea Fires Two Ballistic Missiles; U.S. Threatens Sanctions over Nord Stream 2 Pipeline. Aired 12-12:45a ET
• Re-Floating Massive Ship Coup Take Up to a Week; Merkel Apologizes for Confusion over Easter Restrictions; Two Contrasting Vaccine Rollouts along the Irish Border; Reconnecting the Atlantic Forest' Nike Statement on Xinjiang Triggers Chinese Backlash; U.S. Secretary of State To Wrap Talks with NATO Allies; Bulgaria Breaks Alleged Russian Spy Ring; North Korea Tests Biden Administration With Short-Range Missile Launch; Olympic Torch Bearers Try To Project Hope And Recovery; Blocked Suez Canal Could Take A Week To Clear; E.U. And U.K. In Vaccine Distribution Dispute; AstraZeneca Releases Revised Efficacy Stats In The U.S. Aired 1-2a ET
• Families Torn Apart by China's Cruel Policies; North Korea Launch two Ballistic Missiles; AstraZeneca Out with a New Efficacy Report; Container Ship Blocks Suez Canal; Brazil Sets Up Committee A Year After Pandemic Began; Countries Across Europe Battling Third COVID-19 Surge; E.U. And U.K. Working On Win-Win Situation On Vaccines; Two Contrasting Vaccine Rollouts Along The Irish Border; Biden To Meet Virtually With European Council Summit; Tokyo Games Clear First Hurdle; Why Japan's Torchbearer Choose To Run; Robot Sophia's Artwork. Aired 3-4a ET
• North Korea Fires Two Ballistic Missiles; Colorado Shooting Suspect Due in Court to Face Charges in Coming Hours; Biden to Hold First Formal News Conference; AstraZeneca Releases New Efficacy Data After Criticism; Brazil's Health Minister Changes COVID-19 Reporting Criteria; EU Proposes Tighter Export Controls for COVID-19 Vaccines. Aired 4-4:30a ET
• Texas Town Struggles as More People Cross Southern Border; Blinken Calls for Unity with EU Against Coercive China; EU Proposes Tighter Export Controls for COVID-19 Vaccines; New Footage Shows Bear Spray Attack on Slain Police Officer; High Chance of Tornadoes in Parts of the South; New Image Helps Explain Black Hole Jets. Aired 4:30-5a ET
• Shooting Suspect Expected to Make First Court Appearance; Today, Biden Holds First Press Conference of Presidency; AstraZeneca Updates Data on How Well its Vaccine Works after Criticism. Aired 10- 10:30a ET
• Soon: Biden Holds First News Conference of Presidency; Grocery Store Massacre Suspect Makes First Court Appearance; Georgia Expands Vaccine Eligibility to Anyone 16+ Years Old. Aired 11-11:30a ET
• States Expand Vaccine Eligibility with Six Opening Shots to All; Videos Show All of Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene (R-GA) Among January 6 Insurrectionists; Big Tech CEOs to be Grilled by Congress on Misinformation. Aired 11:30a-12p ET
• Boulder Shooting Suspect Expected to Make First Court Appearance Today; FBI Examines Boulder Shooting Suspect's Online Activity; North Korea Fires 2 Ballistic Missiles, Prompting Concerns Among U.S. Allies; Biden Holds First Press Conference as Administration Faces Key Tests; Georgia Expands Vaccine Eligibility to All Residents Ages 16 and Older. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• Biden Gives First News Conference Since Taking Office. Aired 1- 1:30p ET
• President Biden Holds Press Conference. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• CNN: Biden To Announce New Goal Of 200 Million Vaccinations In First 100 Days; CNN: Handful Of Senate Democrats Resist Biden's Agenda; Soon: Biden Holds First News Conference Of Presidency; Grocery Store Massacre Suspect Makes First Court Appearance; Boulder Community Calls For Change After 10 Killed By Gunman. Aired 12-12:30p ET
• China Policies Split Uyghur Families; China Blocks CNN Broadcast; Facebook, Twitter and Google CEOs Testify on Capitol Hill Today. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• North Korea Fires Two Ballistic Missiles; Migrant Children in U.S. Custody; Georgia House Set to Pass Voting Bill; Rep. Mike Thompson (D-CA) is Interviewed about Gun Legislation. Aired 9:30-10a ET.
• North Korea Challenge; President Biden Holds Press Conference. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• Soon: Biden To Set New Goal Of 200M Vaccinations In First 100 Days; GA House Set To Pass Sweeping Bill To Restrict Voting Access; Soon: Biden Holds First News Conference Of Presidency. Aired 12:30-1p ET
• Colorado Massacres Suspect Makes First Court Appearance; Boulder Shooter Held Without Bail, Mental Health Evaluation Ordered; More Than 50 Million Americans at Risk of Severe Weather; Biden Doubles Nationwide Vaccine Goal to 200 Million Before May; Tech Executives Waffle on Responsibility for Capitol Riots. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• Biden Gives 1st News Conference Since Taking Office; Biden: "Filibuster Being Abused in a Gigantic Way"; Biden: Border Crisis Best Solved By Addressing Issues in Origin Nations; Biden: Jobs Bill Will Be Next Priority; President Biden Expands Vaccine Goal to 200 Million Shots in Arms in 1st 100 Days; Biden: GOP Measures to Restrict Voting Are "Un-American, It's Sick". Aired 2:30-3p ET
• President Biden Holds a Press Conference. Aired 1:30-2p ET


March 24, 2021
• Israeli Election Exit Polls Project No Clear Winner; Brazil Sees Over 3,000 Daily Deaths; U.K. Reflects On Loss One Year After First Lockdown; Biden Urges Assault Weapons Ban; Police Identify Boulder Supermarket Victims; Hundreds Of Arrested Protesters Freed In Yangon; White House: North Korea Missile Tests "Low End" Threat; Activists Helping Myanmar Refugees Cross Border. Aired 2-2:45a ET
• Police Identify Boulder Supermarket Victims; Israeli Election Exit Polls Project No Clear Winner; Brazil Sees Over 3,000 Daily Deaths; AstraZeneca Stands By U.S. Vaccine Trial Results; Myanmar Protesters Call For "Silent Strike"; Activists Helping Myanmar Refugees Cross Border; White House: North Korea Missile Tests Pose "Low End" Threat; Houthi Rebels Reject New Saudi Ceasefire Proposal; U.K. Reflects On Loss, One Year After First Lockdown. Aired 12-1a ET
• AstraZeneca Given 48 Hours To Clear Up Efficacy Claims; Political Stalemate In Israel's Election But Netanyahu Claims Victory; Colorado Shooter: A Muslim American Isolated; Biden Calls For Ban On Assault Weapons; Brazil's Supreme Court Rules In Favor Of COVID Restrictions Set By States; Myanmar In Silent Protest After Death Of Seven-Year-Old; Large Container Ship Stuck in Suez Canal; U.S. Secretary of State Blinken Meeting with NATO Leaders; Ethiopian Leader Confirms Eritrean Troops in Tigray; Houthi Rebels Reject New Saudi Ceasefire Proposal; Investigation Finds Shocking Police Torture in Belarus; Devastating Fire at Rohingya Camp. Aired 1-2a ET
• Belarusians Flee for Their Lives; Ninety Percent Votes Counted in Israel's Fourth Election; Too Early to Declare Victory for Any Party; Police Now Release Names of 10 Victims in Colorado Shooting; President Biden Wants Senate to Pass New Gun Laws; France Vaccination Racing with the Virus; North Korea Missile Test Pose Low End Threat; Russia Tops Agenda As NATO Countries Meet In Brussels; Crisis In Myanmar, Hundreds Of Protesters Freed From Prison; Ethiopian Leader Addresses Atrocities; United Kingdom Marks One Year After First Lockdown. Aired 3-4a ET
• Police Identify Victims, Ages Range from 30 to 65; Suspect Charged with 10 Counts of First-Degree Murder; Biden Urges Assault Weapons Ban, Closing Loopholes; Israeli Election Too Close to Call as Vote Count Continues; AstraZeneca Stands by U.S. Vaccine Trial Results; U.K. Reflects on Loss, One Year After First Lockdown. Aired 4-4:30a ET
• Biden Urges Assault Weapons Ban, Closing Loopholes; Police Identify Victims, Ages Range from 20 to 65; White House: North Korean Missile Test Poses Low End Threat; Russia Tops Agenda as NATO Countries Meet in Brussels; Investigation Finds Shocking Police Torture in Belarus; From Columbine to Boulder: Colorado's History of Gun Violence. Aired 4:30-5a ET
• New Details Emerging on Ten Victims of Boulder Shooting; Biden Calls for Assault Weapons Ban and Background Checks. Aired 10-10:30a ET
• Another American City Mourns Lives Lost to Gun Violence; Prosecutors Allege Oath Keepers, Proud Boys Coordinate Before January 6 Capitol Attack; Biden, Harris Push Senate to Pass House-Passed Gun Reforms. Aired 11:30a-12p ET
• New Details Emerging on 10 Victims of Boulder Shooting; CDC: Watching "Very Closely" As Case Decline Stalls. Aired 11-11:30a ET
• Prosecutors Say Oath Keepers, Proud Boys Coordinated Before Capitol Attack; Biden Calls for Assault Weapons Ban and Background Checks; Boulder Shooting Reignites Push for Gun Control Measures; 21- Year-Old Charged with 10 Counts of First-Degree Murder; Remembering the Victims of the Boulder Supermarket Shooting. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• Hospitals Left in Shambles after Pandemic; Rep. Don Bacon (R- NE) is Interviewed about Gun Reform; North Korea Conducts Weapons Test. Aired 9:30-10a ET.
• Family Mourns for Independent Spirit of Niece Killed in Rampage; Prosecutors Say, Oath Keepers, Proud Boys Coordinated before January 6th Attack; Senate Committee to Hear from Military Survivors of Sexual Assault. Aired 1-1:30p ET
• Biden Calls For Assaults Weapons Ban; Remembering the Colorado Shooting Victims. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• Health and Human Services Report Finds Hospital Stress; Uneven Distribution and Technology Challenges Cause Vaccine Inequities; Live Coverage of COVID-19 Response Team. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• China Hackers Target Facebook; Democrats Push Voting Rights Legislation; Colorado Massacre Investigation. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• 21-Year-Old Charged With 10 Counts Of First Degree Murder; Kamala Harris: I Actually Thought Sandy Hook Would Have Been What Moved Congress; Another American City Mourns Lives Lost To Gun Violence; HHS Report: Year Fighting COVID Leaves Hospitals In Shambles; Remembering The Victims Of Boulder Supermarket Shooting. Aired 12-12:30p ET
• Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand (D-NY) Discusses Subcommittee to Hear from Military Survivors of Sexual Harassment, Mounting Calls for NY Governor Cuomo to Resign, Gun Control & Mental Health; Fauci Says New Data Is Proof Positive Vaccinations Work; Study: Pandemic Has Taken Dire Toll on Health Care Workers, Hospitals; Health Experts Say Gun Violence Is a Public Health Crisis as Biden Eyes Gun Control; McConnell: House Gun Reform Bills Do Not Address Mental Illness. Aired 1:30-2p ET
• Family Of Colorado Shooting Victim Rikki Olds Speaks; Limited Press Coverage Allowed As WH Officials, Lawmakers Tour Border Facility. Aired 12:30-1p ET
• New Details Merge on 10 Victims of Boulder Shooting; Biden Tasks Harris to Lead Diplomatic Efforts in Central America to Address Immigration; Clinton Says U.S. Should Share Vaccines with Developing Countries; Putin Gets Vaccinated Behind Closed Doors; Brazil Records Highest Daily COVID Deaths Ever; Some Hard Hit Black Communities Lack Access to COVID-19 Vaccine. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• Biden Meets with Health, Immigration & Security Advisers; Biden: V.P. Harris to Lead U.S. Effort to Stem Migration to U.S.- Mexico Border; Fauci Says New Data Is Proof Positive Vaccinations Work; Study: Pandemic Has Taken Dire Toll on Health Care Workers, Hospitals; Sen. Sanders: Not "Comfortable" with Trump Twitter Ban. Aired 2:30-3p ET


March 23, 2021
• Multiple Dead In Shooting At Colorado Supermarket; Israeli Election. Aired 2-2:45a ET
• Did Not Air 12-1a ET
• Breaking News: Updates On Colorado Supermarket Shooting; Second U.S. Mass Shooting In Less Than A Week; 10 Killed In Supermarket Shooting In Boulder, Colorado; Congress Meets This Week On Background Checks For Firearms; Ten Killed in Colorado Supermarket Shooting; Israelis Back at the Polls; U.S. & Allies Hit China with Sanctions over Uyghurs; E.U. and U.S. Impose More Sanctions on Coup Leaders; Historic Life-Threatening Rains Inundate New South Wales. Aired 1-2a ET
• Ten People Killed in Colorado Shooting; Suspect Taken into Custody by Boulder P.D.; Authorities Need to Dig Suspect's Background; Witnesses Shared Their Traumatizing Experience; Healthcare Workers Encourage to Stay Out of NRA's Gun Debate; 10 Killed In Colorado Supermarket Shooting; Germany Extends Lockdown Until April 18; Boris Johnson Warns Of Possible Third Wave In The United Kingdom; Brazil Surpasses 12 Million Total COVID-19 Cases; United States And Allies Sanction Chinese Officials Over Uyghurs; Historic Life-Threatening Rains Inundate New South Wales; Israel Holds Fourth Election In Two Years. Aired 3-4a ET
• Ten Killed in Mass Shooting at Colorado Grocery Store; First officer Who Responded to Mass Shooting in Boulder was Killed; Senate Judiciary Committee Holds Hearing on Gun Violence. Aired 10-10:30a ET
• Witnesses Say, Grocery Store Workers Kept Others from Danger; U.S. Health Officials Question Outdated AstraZeneca Vaccine Data; Biden will Deliver Remarks on Boulder Shooting This Afternoon. Aired 11:30a-12p ET
• All 10 Victims of Colorado Shooting Now Identified; Suspect Charged with 10 Counts of First-Degree Murder. Aired 11-11:30a ET
• Interview With Former Housing and Urban Development Secretary Julian Castro; Colorado Massacre. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• Biden Reacts to Colorado Shooting that Killed Ten People; Ten Killed in Colorado Rampage Ranged in Age from 20 to 65; Grocery Store Attack Adds to Colorado's Tragic History of Mass Shooting. Aired 1- 1:30p ET
• Andy Slavitt is Interviewed about the Colorado Shooting and the Government's COVID Response; Pressure Builds on Biden to Act on Guns; Sidney Powell Sued for Defamation. Aired 9:30-10a ET.
• AstraZeneca Trial Data May Be Incomplete; Live Coverage of Boulder Press Conference; Local Politicians and Investigators Express Condolences and Commit to Justice. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• Boulder Grocery Store Massacre Nation's 7th Mass Shooting In 7 Days; 11-Year Boulder PD Veteran Among 10 Dead In Supermarket Shooting; All 10 Victims, Suspects In Boulder Supermarket Shooting Identified; Tense Senate Hearing On Gun Reform Highlights Party Divisions; Obama Releases Statement On Co-Shooting & Gun Violence. Aired 12-12:30p ET
• Interview With Rep. Ted Deutch (D-FL); Colorado Massacre. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• Ten Killed in Mass Shooting at Colorado Grocery Store; White House Facing New Challenges in Race to Vaccinate America; Futures Mixed Ahead of Powell Testimony on Capitol Hill. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• State Rep. Tom Sullivan (D-CO) Discusses Colorado Grocery Store Mass Shooting & Gun Control; Tense Senate Hearing on Gun Reform Highlights Party Divisions; Jury Seated in Trial of Officer Accused of Killing George Floyd; U.S. Health Officials Question AstraZeneca Vaccine Trial Data; New Study Finds COVID Long Haulers Experience Several Neurological Symptoms Lasting 6 Weeks or More; Pro-Trump Lawyer Now Argues "No Reasonable Person" Would Believe Her Voter Fraud Lies Were "Fact". Aired 1:30-2p ET
• Rep. Edie Hooton (D-CO), Is Interviewed About The Boulder Shooting; Biden Pressured To Act On Guns After Latest Mass Shootings; Biden Praises "Hero" Officer Killed In Colorado Mass Shooting. Aired 12:30-1p ET
• U.S. Health Officials Question AstraZeneca Vaccine Trial Data; Fauci: AstraZeneca Made "Unforced Error"; Regeneron's Antibody Drug Shows Promise in Trials; Police: Motive Still Unknown in Colorado Ramage that Killed 10; Facebook Shuts Down Social Media Accounts of Boulder Shooter; Source Says A.R.-15-Style Weapon Used in Mass Shooting; USPS Chief Calls for Longer Delivery Times, Cut in Post Office Hours. Aired 2:30-3p ET
• Biden Calls for Stricker Gun Laws After Colorado Mass Shooting; Interview with Rep. Ted Deutch (D-FL) on Boulder Mass Shooting; Boulder Police Chief Says Officer Talley Was a Kind Man, Father of Seven; Suspect Charged with 10 Counts of First-Degree Murder; Review Board Raises Concern AstraZeneca May Have Included Outdated Data in Its Trial Findings. Aired 3:30-4p ET


March 22, 2021
• Brazil Approaching 300,000 Deaths from COVID-19; First Vaccine Dose Given to Half of the Adult U.K. Population; New Surge Prompts Four-Week Lockdown in 16 French Regions; Natural Disaster Declared in Parts of Australia Amid Flooding; E.U. Set to Sanction Myanmar Military Officials for Coup; Rise in Hate Crimes Against Asian Americans after Pandemic; Biden Weighing When to Withdraw Troops from Afghanistan; Netanyahu Courting Arab Voters; U.K.'s Royal Family Considers Naming a 'Diversity Chief'. Aired 12-1a ET
• Brazilians Desperate For Vaccines, Hospitals Running Out Of ICU Beds And Supplies; Cuba And China To Join Up To Develop New Vaccine; U.K. Has Vaccinated Half Its Adult Population, E.U. Faces Supply Shortage; NSW In Australia: Disastrous 100-Year Flooding Event; Marches, Rallies And Vigils In Support Of Asian Americans; Perspective From An Asian American: Sometimes We Feel Like Perpetual Foreigners; Voters Polarized For or Against Netanyahu; E.U. Set to Sanction Myanmar Military Officials for Coup; Erdogan Fires Central Bank Chief, Lira Plunges. Aired 1-2a ET
• Miami Beach Under State of Emergency; Crisis at the Southern Border with Thousands of Child Immigrants; Secretary of State Blinken Meets with NATO in Brussels; Rallies Held Denouncing Anti-Asian Hate Crimes; Rally in Bristol Turns Violent; Voters Polarized For or Against Netanyahu; Natural Disaster Declared in Parts of Australia Amid Flooding; Rise in Hate Crimes Against Asian Americans After Pandemic. Aired 2-3a ET
• Health Officials Not Pleased Seeing Crowded Places; Vaccine Finally Delivered in Brazil; Cuba and China Join Together to Develop a Vaccine; Australia Inundated with a Once-in-a-Century Flooding; Protesters in Bristol Turned Violent; President Erdogan Ousted Central Bank Chief; Partygoers Ignore Health Protocols; Health Violators May Jeopardize Hard-Earned Efforts; Biden Team Facing Challenges on the Southern Border; Asian-Americans Fear for Their Lives; U.S. Top Official Meeting with NATO Members. Aired 3-4a ET
• Massive Crowds Pack Miami Beach Defying COVID Warnings; Experts Urge Continued Caution Even as Vaccinations Increase; Biden Says He'll Go to Southern Border at Some Point; Rallies, Vigils Across U.S. Denounce Anti-Asian Crimes. Aired 4-4:30a ET
• U.S. Defense Secretary Makes Surprise Trip to Afghanistan; U.S. Secretary of State Blinken to Attend NATO, EU meetings; Netanyahu Faces Centrist and Right-Wing Opposition; Europe is Facing Another Surge in Coronavirus Cases; U.K. Officials Condemn Violent Bristol Protests; U.K.'s Royal Family Considers Naming Diversity Chief. Aired 4:30-5a ET
• AstraZeneca Says, Coronavirus Vaccine 79 Percent Effective in U.S. Trial; Partisan Divide across U.S. may be Slowing Vaccinations; Homeland Security Secretary Says, U.S.-Mexico Border is Closed. Aired 10-10:30a ET
• AstraZeneca: Coronavirus Vaccine 79 Percent Effective in U.S. Trial; White House COVID Response Team Holds Briefing; Biden Says He Will Visit the Southern Border "At Some Point". Aired 11-11:30a ET
• Rep. Tom Reed (R-NY) Apologizes for Sexual Misconduct Allegation, Won't Run in 2022; White House Announces Senior Administration Officials will Travel to Mexico and Guatemala; Rallies of Support Following Atlanta-Area Spa Shootings. Aired 11:30a-12p ET
• CDC Chief Warns of Surge as Fourth Vaccine Candidate Shows High Efficacy; Homeland Security Secretary Says, U.S.-Mexico Border is Closed. Aired 1-1:30p ET
• Biden Infrastructure Plan; Atlanta Shooting Investigation; Another COVID Surge Ahead? Aired 2-2:30p ET
• Biden Vows to go to Border; Atlanta Shooting Victim's Family Call for Justice; Tensions Between the U.S. and China Grow; Supreme Court to Review Boston Marathon Bomber's Case. Aired 9:30-10a ET.
• Migrant Surge; Biden Blasts Vladimir Putin; Trump Culpable For Capitol Riot?; AstraZeneca COVID Vaccine Trial Results. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• Growing Calls for Hate Crime Charges in the Atlanta Murders as Police Still Work to Name a Motive; Some Insurrectionists from Jan. 6 Could Face Sedition Charges; Desperation Across Brazil as Coronavirus Spreads Rapidly Through the Country. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• Protests Across U.S. Call for end to Anti-Asian Violence; Family of Atlanta Shooting Victim Calls for Justice; DoorDash to Offer Same-Day Delivery of COVID Tests; E.U. Threatens to Block AstraZeneca Vaccine Exports to U.K.; French Push Back on New COVID Restrictions; Sen. Paul Strauss, (D), Washington, D.C. Shadow Senator, Discusses New Momentum in Push to Make Washington, DC, a State; U.K. Royal Family Considering A Diversity Consultant. Aired 1:30-2p ET
• AstraZeneca Touts 79 Percent Efficacy Rate of Its Vaccine; Miami Beach Extends Emergency Curfew to Control Spring Break Chaos; Former Top Prosecutor Says Trump May Be "Culpable" for Insurrection; Biden Pledges to Take New Steps to Ease Surge of Child Migrants; Nasdaq Futures Higher After Weeks of Losses. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• Blinken Meets with NATO Allies Amid Tensions with Russia And China; Rep. Tom Reed on Sexual Misconduct, I'm Sorry; Cuomo Resists Calls to Resign; Rallies Held Across Country in Support of Asian- Americans; Atlanta Spa Shootings May Be First Case Tried Under New Georgia Hate Crime Law; Buckingham Palace Considers Appointing Diversity Chief. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• White House Preparing $3 Trillion Jobs & Infrastructure Plan for Biden; Inside a Closed-Door U.S. Border Patrol Facility in Texas Amid Crisis; Former Top Capitol Riot Prosecutor: Trump May be Culpable; Trump Endorses Primary Opponent of GA Secretary of State Raffensperger; Rep. Brooks to Make Senate Announcement after Talking to Trump; Spokesman: Trump to Return to Social Media with Own Platform; Florida Governor Attends Mar-a-Largo Fundraiser Despite COVID Outbreak There. Aired 2:30-3p ET


March 21, 2021
• London Police Arrest 36 In Anti-Lockdown Protest; AstraZeneca Vaccine Still Suspended In Majority Of European Countries; The Reality Of Long-Haul COVID-19; Major Flooding In Australia; New Pipeline Battle In Minnesota; Women Protest After Erdogan Withdraws From Treaty; U.S. Rallies Against Asian American Violence; U.S. Troops In Afghanistan; World Down Syndrome Day. Aired 12-1a ET
• U.S. Rallies Against Asian-American Violence; AstraZeneca Vaccine Still Suspended In Majority Of European Countries; World Down Syndrome Day; High Vaccine Hesitancy In U.S. Among Republicans; Future Of U.S. Troops In Afghanistan; Major Flooding In Australia; Iceland Monitoring Volcano Activity. Aired 2-3a ET
• COVID-19 Vaccination In U.S. Reaches 13 Percent; AstraZeneca Vaccine Still Suspended In Majority Of European Countries; U.S. Rallies Against Asian-American Violence; DHS Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas Visits Texas Border; Pressure Growing On Myanmar Military As Deaths Climb; High Vaccine Hesitancy In U.S. Among Republicans; Japan Opens Super Nintendo World. Aired 3-4a ET
• U.S. Border Crisis; Miami Beach Curfew Imposed; U.S. Rallies Against Asian-American Violence; COVID-19 Vaccination In U.S. Reaches 13 Percent; London Police Arrest 36 In Anti-Lockdown Protest; Thousands Rally At Anti-Netanyahu Demo; International Fans Barred From Japan During Tokyo Olympics; Vaccine Skepticism Raises Concerns In U.S. Military. Aired 4-5a ET
• AstraZeneca Vaccine Still Suspended In Majority Of European Countries; Miami Beach Curfew Imposed; U.S. Rallies Against Asian- American Violence; U.S. Border Crisis; Major Flooding In Australia; World Down Syndrome Day; Japan Opens Super Nintendo World. Aired 5-6a ET
• Miami Beach Under State Of Emergency Amid "Overwhelming" Crowds; More Than 5,000 Children Now In Border Patrol Custody; Defense Secretary Austin Makes Unannounced Visit To Afghanistan; Crowds Across U.S. Hold Anti-Hate Rallies After Spa Shootings; New CDC Guidance: Three Feet Of Distancing Is Safe In Schools; D.C. Statehood Push Gets New Life On Capitol Hill; Men's Tournament It With Its First COVID Forfeit. Aired 2-3p ET
• Miami Beach Imposes Emergency COVID Curfew Amid Spring Break Crowds; Anti-Hate Rallies Across The U.S. After Spa Shootings; "Gran Torino" Actor On Anti-Asian Racism During COVID-19 Era; More Than 15,000 Migrant Children In Federal Custody; How Right-Wing Media Is Spreading Vaccine Skepticism; Calls For Hate Crime Charges After Atlanta-Area Spa Shooting; Royal Family May Consider Appointing Diversity Chief After Prince Harry And Meghan Markle Racism Claims. Aired 4-5p ET
• Miami Beach Imposes 8:00 P.M. Curfew On Spring Breakers; Spa Owner In Atlanta Shooting Remembered; Senator Ron Johnson Claims No Violence On Senate On January 6th; Crisis At The Southern Border; Big Tech To Face Congress On Misinformation; President Biden Finally Addresses Press On Immigration; Final Episode Of "Lincoln: Divided We Stand." Aired 5-6p ET
• Miami Beach Under State Of Emergency Amid Overwhelming Crowds; More Than 5,000 Children Now In Border Patrol Custody; Crowds Across U.S. Hold Anti-Hate Rallies After Spa Shootings. Aired 3-4p ET
• Miami Beach Police Use Pepper Balls In Spring Break Crackdown; Biden Says He'll Go To The Border At Some Point; Brazil's Health Care System On The Brink Of Collapse; Huge Rally Against Hate In New York; In Atlanta Today, Prayers, condolences For Eight Victims Of Tuesday's Shooting Spree From Suspected Killer's Church; Doctor Who Stayed In An RV For A Year Reunites With Her Family. Aired 6-7p ET
• Miami Beach Takes Drastic Measures To Control Revelers; Biden Addresses Reporters On Immigration; Hundreds Gather To Support Asian Communities, Demand Change; How Brazil Became A Global COVID Threat; C.D.C. Says Virtual Learning May Increase Risk To Mental Health And Wellness; Some Republicans Opposed Medal Over Insurrection Term; NY Rep. Tom Reed (R) Takes Full Responsibility Following Allegations Of Sexual Misconduct. Aired 7-8p ET


March 20, 2021
• Ireland Resumes AstraZeneca Vaccine; Rio de Janeiro Closing Beaches to Spare ICUs; Olympic Athletes Face Mental Challenges. Aired 12-12:15a ET
• German Health Minister: Not Enough Vaccines to Stop Third Wave; Rio de Janeiro Closing Beaches to Spare ICUs; U.S.-China Tensions; Rape as a Weapon of War in Tigray; Iceland's Residents Warned as Volcano Erupts; Europe's Plagued Vaccine Rollout; Ireland Resumes AstraZeneca Vaccine; Future of the Pandemic. Aired 2-2:45a ET
• German Health Minister: Not Enough Vaccines to Stop Third Wave; China Says It Will Safeguard Its Sovereignty; The Brutality of Syria's War on Children; Iceland's Residents Warned as Volcano Erupts. Aired 3-3:30a ET
• Biden Condemns Bigotry; Information Emerging About Atlanta Spa Murders; Biden Declares "Science Is Back" During CDC Visit; New CDC School Guidelines; Europe Resumes AstraZeneca Vaccine; U.S.-China Tensions; Current Cuomo Aide Alleges Sexual Harassment; U.S. Sending Vaccine To Mexico; Increased Attempted Migrant Crossings Into U.S.; Iceland's Residents Warned As Volcano Erupts; Olympic Athletes Face Mental Challenges. Aired 4-5a ET
• Some Information Released About Victims Of Shooting Spree At Asian Massage Parlors In Atlanta Area; President Biden And Vice President Harris Remark On Recent Rise In Violence Against Asian- Americans In U.S.; Interview With Rep. Mark Takano (D-CA); CDC Releases New Guidance Reducing Social Distancing Requirement In Schools; As Number Of Immigrants Increase, Biden Administration Attempting To Find Sites To Accommodate Children Crossing The U.S.- Mexico Border Alone; FBI Releases New Graphic Video Of Capitol Hill Siege; Americans Tell Their Stories Of Losing Loved Ones To COVID-19. Aired 10-11a ET
• Information Emerging About Atlanta Spa Murders; Biden Condemns Bigotry; U.S. Vaccine Eligibility Soon Expanding To All; U.S. Sending Vaccine To Mexico; Rape As A Weapon Of War In Tigray; Cubans Risking It All To Flee By Boat; Current Cuomo Aide Alleges Sexual Harassment; Olympic Athletes Face Mental Challenges. Aired 5-6a ET
• NCAA Apologizes For Disparity In Workout Equipment; Biden Condemns "Skyrocketing" Hate Crimes Against Asians; New CDC Guidance Cuts Social Distancing Requirement To Three Feet; FBI Releases New Video Of Capitol Rioters Assaulting Police; Rioters Hurled Racial Slurs At Black Capitol Police Officers; Asian Americans Testify About Rise In Violence During Pandemic; Famed Tuskegee Airmen Celebrate 80 Years With New Museum; Fourteen Members Of The House Say They Are Not Vaccinated Yet. Aired 12-1p ET
• Asians Feeling More Fearful Following Deadly Spa Attacks; Interview With Atlanta, Georgia Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms (D); Biden Now Aims To Administer 200 Million Doses By His 100th Day; Cuomo Faces Claims Of Sexual Harassment From Current Aide; Biden Administration Off To A Combative Start With Russia, China; Interview With Rep. Raja Krishnamoorthi (D-IL); Trump Confidant, Roger Stone Appears In New Court Filings; NCAA Apologizes For Disparity In Workout Equipment. Aired 11a-12p ET
• Around 1,200 Migrant Children Expected At Dallas Facility; Spa Shooting Suspect Charged With Murder, Multiple Felonies; Biden Now Aims To Administer 200 Million Doses By His 100th Day; Judge Rules Chauvin Murder Trial Will Continue & Not Relocate; Family Discuses Decision For Two Kids To Participate In Moderna Vaccine Trial; War Of Words Erupts Between Biden & Putin; Trump's Private 757 Jet Abandoned & In Need Of Repairs At New York Airport. Aired 1-2p ET
• As Number of Immigrants Increase, Biden Administration Attempts To Find Sites To Accommodate Children Crossing The U.S.-Mexico Border Alone; President Biden Condemns Recent Rise In Anti-Asian Crimes; Rallies Organized In Atlanta To Protest Violence Against Asian- American Community; CDC Releases New Guidance Reducing Social Distancing Requirement In Schools; New Accusations Leveled At New York Governor Andrew Cuomo For Sexually Inappropriate Behavior By Current Aide; Most Residents In Oklahoma City Say They Will Not Take COVID-19 Vaccine. Aired 2-3p ET
• Calls For Hate Crime Charges After Atlanta Area Spa Shootings; Asian-American Communities On Edge After Deadly Shootings; Up To 1,200 Migrant Children Expected At Dallas Facility; NYT: Cuomo Faces New Claim Of Sexual Harassment From Current Aide; CDC Relaxes Social Distancing Guidelines For Schools; White House: 100 Million Shots In 100 Days Goal Met 42 Days Early; "Dog Whisperer," Cesar Millan, Discusses Training First Dog, Major, And Immigration. Aired 3-4p ET
• Up To 1,200 Migrant Children Expected At Dallas Facility; Calls For Hate Crime Charges After Atlanta Area Spa Shootings; Asian- American Communities On Edge After Deadly Shootings; Fauci Tells Sen. Rand Paul That Masks Are Not "Theater"; NYT: Current Cuomo Aide Alleges Sexual Harassment In Deepening Scandal; Twelve Republicans Vote Against Honoring Capitol Police Officers Who Protected Them During Capitol Riot; George W. Bush: Capitol Riot "Made Me Sick To My Stomach"; Trump's Private 757 Jet Abandoned & In Need Of Repairs At New York Airport. Aired 4-5p ET
• More Than 5,000 Unaccompanied Migrant Children In Custody; White House Says On Pace For 200 Million Vaccines In First 100 Days; NYT: Reports Current Aide Accusing Governor Cuomo Of Sexual Harassment; Asian-Americans Share Personal Experiences With Bias, Hate; WH Shifts Messaging Over Concern About GOP Vaccine Hesitancy; Trump's Gold-Filled Personal Jet Now Out Of Commission; ER Doc Reunites With Her Family After A Year Of Isolating In An RV. Aired 6- 7p ET
• Calls For Hate Crime Charges After Atlanta-Area Spa Shootings; CDC Updates Guidance On Physical Distancing In Schools; Asian- Americans Targeted With Attacks, Racial Slurs During Pandemic; CNN Reporter Shares Her Experience Amid Rising Anti-Asian Hate; Interview With Mayor Dan Gelber (D) Of Miami Beach; Former Rep. Jane Harman (D- CA) Discusses Biden Taking Hard Stance With Russia, China & Russian Election Meddling. Aired 5-6p ET
• Asian-American Communities On Edge After Deadly Shootings; Calls For Hate Crime Charges After Atlanta Area Spa Shootings; New CDC Guidance On Safely Reopening Schools; Interview With Rep. Charlie Crist (D-FL); NCAA Cancels Oregon-VCU Game Over COVID Issues; Trump Facing Long List Of Legal Issues And Investigations. Aired 7-8p ET
• State Of Emergency, Curfew Now In Effect In Miami Beach; White House: On Pace For 200 Million Vaccinations In First 100 Days; More Than 5,000 Unaccompanied Children In CBP Custody; COVID Claims First Game Of NCAA Men's Tournament; Former HUD Secretary Castro On Biden's Immigration Response; Long-Haulers Tells CNN His Brain Fog Dissipated After Vaccine; Biden Fails To Deliver On Border Transparency Promise? Aired 8-9p ET


March 19, 2021
• U.S.-China Talks Get Off to Confrontational Start; U.S.-Russia Tensions Escalate Amid Diplomatic Spat; Many E.U. Countries to Resume AstraZeneca Vaccinations; Brazil Records 2nd Highest Death Count; South Korea to Revise COVID Test Rules for Foreign Workers; Growing Number of Migrants Trying to Cross Into U.S.; Rep. Jason Crow (D-CO) is Interviewed about Capitol Attack, GOP Hypocrisy. Aired 12-12:45a ET
• War of Words Between China and U.S.; E.U. Countries Divided on AstraZeneca Use; Brazil Dealing with Massive Virus Cases; U.S. to Deal with Ethiopian Crisis; Unaccompanied Children Flock to U.S. Southern Border; AstraZeneca Vaccinations To Resume In Many E.U. Countries; U.S. Finalizing Plans To Send Vaccines To Canada And Mexico; Canada To Keep Border With U.S. Closed For Another Month; Netanyahu Courts Arab Voters Ahead Of Fourth Election; France To Resume AstraZeneca Vaccinations; COVID-19 Testing Rules Under Fire In South Korea; India Sees Jump In New Coronavirus Cases; Iceland Rumbles As Eruption Looms. Mozzarella Merkel In Germany. Aired 3-4a ET
• Report: Uyghur Families Divided by Chinese Government; Growing Number of Migrants Trying to Cross into U.S.; State TV Shows Coup Leader Attending ASEAN Video Conference; Netanyahu Courts Arab Voters Ahead of Fourth Election; CDC Studies Show Worsening of Mental Health in Parents, Kids; Confrontational Start To U.S. China Talks In Alaska; European Medicines Agency: Vaccine Does Not Cause Blood Clots; Putin To Biden: "It Takes One To Know One"; Across France, Patient Admitted To COVID ICU Every Four Minutes; U.S. Sends 1.5 Million Vaccines To Canada. Aired 1-2a ET
• Coronavirus Vaccination in European Countries; Crisis in Myanmar; Amnesty International: Uyghur Families Divided by Chinese Government; Growing Number of Migrants are Trying to Cross Into the United States; US-China Talks Get Off to Confrontational Start; Biden Dispatches US Senator to Meet Ethiopian Prime Minister; Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu Courts Arab Voters Ahead of Fourth Election; FBI Releases Graphic New Video of Insurrectionists Assaulting Police Officers on January 6. Aired 2-3a ET
• Biden, Harris to Travel to Georgia After Spa Shootings; Police: A Lot More Work Needs to be Done to Know Motive; Confrontational Start for U.S.-China Talks in Alaska; U.S.-Russia Tensions Escalate Amid Diplomatic Spat; EMA Clears AstraZeneca Vaccine as Safe and Effective; U.S. Health Experts Warn of Alarming Rise in Infections; FBI Releases New Video of Attacks on Officers During Riot. Aired 4-4:30a ET
• Growing Number of Migrants Trying to Cross into U.S.; Netanyahu Courts Arab Voters Ahead of Fourth Election; White House Weighs Extension for U.S. Troops in Afghanistan; Biden Dispatches U.S. Senator to Meet Ethiopian Prime Minister. Aired 4:30-5a ET
• Atlanta Police Release Names of Four Women Killed in Spa Shootings; Today, Biden and Harris Met with Asian-American Leaders in Atlanta; CDC Expected to Update Guidance on Physical Distancing in Schools. Aired 10-10:30a ET
• Tensions Flare During Biden Team's First U.S.-China Meeting; George W. Bush Says, Capitol Riot Made Me Sick to My Stomach; Europe Sees Surge in Coronavirus Cases as Variants Spread. Aired 11:30a-12p ET
• CDC Updates Guidance on Physical Distancing in Schools; Any Moment: Biden & Harris Head to Georgia, Will Meet With Asian American Leaders; Biden: News on Any Russia Sanction "Will Come In Time". Aired 11-11:30a ET
• Biden, Harris to Visit Georgia Today After Deadly Shooting Rampage; Investigators Still Too Early to Know Motive in Spa Shootings; Interview with State Representative Bee Nguyen (D-GA) about Hate Crimes in America; Joe Biden: U.S. on Track to Hit Goal of 100 Million Vaccinations Today; CDC Expected to Update Guidance on Physical Distancing in Schools; Tensions Flare in First High-Level Talks Between Biden Team and China. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• CDC Lowers Distance Guidelines for Schools from Six Feet to Three Feet; Trump Confidant Roger Stone Makes Appearances in New Court Filings; Some White House Staffers Asked to Resign over Past Marijuana Use. Aired 1-1:30p ET
• FBI Releases Egregious Crime Footage; Tense Chinese Talks Kick Off in Alaska; Comparing New York, California and Florida COVID-19 Responses. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• White House Staffers Fired For Past Marijuana Use?; New CDC School Guidelines; President Biden Visits Atlanta. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• More than 14,000 Children in Federal Custody; CDC Updates School Guidance for Distancing; Judge Denies Chauvin Defense Motions. Aired 9:30-10a ET.
• Some White House Staffers Asked to Resign Over Past Marijuana Use; CNN's "The Human Cost of COVID" Airs Tomorrow Night at 9:00 Eastern; Gary Locke, Former U.S. Ambassador to China, Discusses Biden Locking Horns with Russia & China, Insults Flying; Putin's Challenge for Biden to Debate is Hardly History's First. Aired 1:30-2p ET
• White House Staffers Asked to Resign After Revealing Pot Use; U.S. to China, Respect Global Order or Face More Violent World; Biden Does Not Regret Calling Putin a Killer; Insults Fly in First High Level Talks Between Biden Team and China; Nearly Half of Republicans Have No Intention of Getting Vaccinated. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• Biden at CDC as Vaccinations Rise Across Nation: "Science Is Back"; Husband of Atlanta Shooting Victim Was Detained, Didn't Know Wife Killed Until Later; Asian-Americans Detail Heartbreaking Experience with Hate, Animosity; Update on Coronavirus Responses Around the World; The McCarthy Cut: How GOP Leader Is Rewriting His Hole in the Big Lie. Aired 2:30-3p ET
• President Biden Visits CDC. Aired 2-2:30p ET


March 18, 2021
• WHO: Countries Should Keep Using AstraZeneca Vaccine; European Countries Suspend AstraZeneca Vaccine; U.S. Secretary Of State Says China Has Role To Play In North Korea Denuclearization; China's Xi Tells Military To Be Prepared For Maritime Conflict; Several Asian Countries Continue AstraZeneca Rollout; Japan Opens Super Nintendo World After Multiple Delays; Residents Of Oklahoma Town Resist Vaccine. Aired 12-12:45a ET
• AstraZeneca And The Blow To Public Confidence In Europe; John Magufuli Of Tanzania Dies; China-U.S. Relations Under Harsh Spotlight; E.U. Reveals Vaccine Passport Plans; Novelist: U.S. And China Could "Sleepwalk" Into A War; Brazil Facing its Greatest Health Collapse; U.K. Government: 25 Million People Have had First Vaccine Dosee; "Significant Institutional Failings" by English Football; Japan Opens Super Nintendo World after Multiple Delays; U.S. Federal Reserve Keeps Interest Rates Near Zero; Harry's Talks with William, Charles "Unproductive"; Dead Sea Scroll Fragments Found in Desert Cave. Aired 1-2a ET
• EMA to Report on AstraZeneca Issues; Health Experts Don't Advice to Jump into Conclusion; E.U. Launches Digital Green Pass; Mexico and Canada Don't Mind Controversies on AstraZeneca; Tanzania's President Died of Mysterious Illness; Brazil Seeing a Collapse in Healthcare System; U.S. Top Diplomats Meet With South Korea's President; Jordan Breaks Daily COVID Case Record; Several Asian Countries Continue AstraZeneca Rollout; Crisis In Myanmar, More Than 200 Killed Since February 1; Dutch Prime Minister Rutte Claims Victory In National Election; Second Tokyo Official Resigns; Child Abuse Report On English Football; Sarah Everard Murder A National Debate On The Problem; Harry's Talks With William, Charles Unproductive; Super Nintendo World Opens In Osaka, Japan; Dead Sea Historic Discoveries. Aired 3-4a ET
• Suspect in Custody Over Atlanta Shootings; Results Expected Soon in Review of AstraZeneca Vaccine; U.S. and South Korea Discuss Alliance and Security Goals; Severe Storms, Tornadoes Strike U.S. Southeast. Aired 4-4:30a ET
• Several Asian Countries Continue AstraZeneca Rollout; U.S. Intel Report Warns of Rising Domestic Terrorism Threat; U. S. Federal Reserve Boost Economic Forecast for 2021; New Pipeline Battle Fires Up in Minnesota; Japan Opens Super Nintendo World After Multiple Delays. Aired 4:30-5a ET
• Deadly Georgia Shootings Heighten Fear among Asian-Americans; Intel Report Warns of More violence by Domestic Terrorists This Year; First Migrant Teens Arrive at Dallas Convention Center. Aired 10- 10:30a ET
• Tanzania's President Dies after Weeks Unseen; Canada Expands Use of AstraZeneca Vaccine to Seniors; WHO: Countries Should Keep Using AstraZeneca Vaccine; European Countries Suspend AstraZeneca Vaccine; U.S. Secretary of State Says China Has Role to Play in North Korea Denuclearization; Fears Grow for Myanmar Residents; Former Brazilian Leader Urges Biden to Call Emergency Coronavirus Summit; New Dead Sea Scroll Discoveries. Aired 2-2:45a ET
• FBI Releases New Footage of Officers Assaulted During Capitol Riot; March Madness Tips Off with Strict COVID Rules; Russia Recalls Ambassador to U.S. after Biden Calls Putin a Killer. Aired 11:30a-12p ET
• Deadly Georgia Shootings Heighten Fear Among Asian Americans; Cases Rising in 17 States As Variants Spread Across U.S.; Interview with Alaska Governor Mike Dunleavy. Aired 11-11:30a ET
• Man Arrested on Weapons Charges Outside VP Harris' Official Residence; Twelve GOP Representatives Vote Against Bill Honoring Officers for Capitol Hill Riot Response; Deadly Georgia Shootings Heighten Fear Among Asian Americans; Interview with Attorney General William Tong (D-CT) about the George Shootings; Coronavirus Cases Rising in 12 States. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• New Study on Safe Reopenings of Universities; CDC Shortens Social Distancing to 3 Feet; Putin Wishes Biden Good Health; Minnesota Pipeline Sparks Environmental Concerns. Aired 9:30-10a ET
• CDC to Change School Distancing Guidance, From Six to Three Feet; Biden Orders Flags at Half-Staff in Tribute to Rampage Victims; U.S. on Cusp of New COVID Surge as Variant Spreads Fast. Aired 1-1:30p ET
• Remembering Atlanta Victims; Interview With Rep. Andy Kim (D- NJ); Anthony Fauci on Capitol Hill. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• Interview with Rep. Linda Sanchez (D-CA); Stimulus Checks Are Paying Off Debt; New York Times Reports Cuomo Smear Attempt. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• President Biden Touts 100 Million Vaccine Doses Administered; New COVID Surge Coming?; Police Update Atlanta Murder Investigation. Aired 3-3:30p ET.
• Biden Says Tomorrow Will Meet Goal of 100 Million Vaccines; Biden Says Should Have Enough Vaccines for All by End of May; U.S. Cities on Alert as Anti-Asian American Attacks Escalate; Sheriff Says, "Bad Day" Comment Was Not Intended as Disrespect; Third Cuomo Accuser Meets with Investigators. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• Russia Recalls Ambassador after Biden Calls Putin "A Killer"; Biden Confronts China, Russia as Tensions Escalate; Interview with Denis McDonough, Veterans Affairs Secretary, on Crises Facing Veterans; Man Arrested Outside V.P. Harris' Residence Had Rifle, Ammunition. Aired 1:30-2p ET
• Family Member of Victim in Atlanta Shooting Rampage Speaks to CNN; House Democrats Criticized for Weighing an Ejection of GOP Winner in Contested Iowa Race; McCarthy Claims He Never Backed Trump's Effort to Overturn Election; FBI Releases New Video of Officers Being Assaulted During Capitol Riot; Russia Recalls Ambassador after Biden Calls Putin a "Killer"; U.S. & Chinese Officials Meet in China Amid Growing Tensions. Aired 2:30-3p ET


March 17, 2021
• Growing Concern over Safety of AstraZeneca Vaccine; U.N. Says at Least 149 Killed since February 1 Coup in Myanmar; At Least Eight Dead in Three Georgia Spa Shootings; U.S. Secretary of State Talks North Korea Denuclearization ahead of Seoul Visit; Cubans Risking it All to Flee Country by Boat; Children Sign Pledge to End Modern-Day Slavery; Study: Pollution Levels Down Dramatically; California Governor Newsom Facing Recall; Suspect Apprehended in Atlanta-Area Shootings. Aired 12-1a ET
• Further Rejection Of AstraZeneca In Europe; A Soldier's View; Fleeing The Myanmar Military He Served; First U.S. Diplomatic Mission To Asia Seeks To Send Tough And Consistent Message; Green Passport Blues; The Complications For Travel; 2,800 Brazilians Died On Tuesday From COVID; More European Countries Suspend AstraZeneca Vaccine; U.K. Plans to Boost its Military and Global Influence; Intel Report: Russia Tried to Help Trump in 2020 Vote; Japanese Court: Same Sex Marriage Ban Unconstitutional. Aired 1-2a ET
• Growing Concern over Safety of AstraZeneca Vaccine; E.U. to Push "Digital Green Certificate" Vaccine Passports; U.S. Secretary of State Talks North Korea Denuclearization ahead of Seoul Visit; U.N. Says at Least 149 Killed since February 1 Coup in Myanmar; Protests in Lebanon as Currency Hits New Low; Dr. Sanjay Gupta Answers COVID-19 Questions; #MyFreedomDay. Aired 2-2:45a ET
• More European Countries Pause AstraZeneca Vaccine; E.U. to Implement Use of Digital Green Pass; Brazil Not Bothered by Huge COVID Fatalities; Fears on Vaccine Side Effects May Have Domino Effect; North Korea Looking to Have a Weapons Test; Japan's Sapporo District Fighting for Same-Sex Marriage; First Children Get Shots In Moderna COVID Vaccine Trial; AstraZeneca Vaccine Benefits Outweighs Risks; Scotland To Lift Stay-At-Home Order On April 2; Cubans Risking It All To Flee Country By Boat; Sign The Pledge On My Freedom Day; Crisis In Myanmar, Security Forces Seen Shooting In Yangon Protesters; European Union To Adopt Strong Sanctions On Those Behind Coup; Intel Reports Russia Tried To Help Donald Trump In 2020 Vote; Rideshare Reckoning; Worsening Economic Crisis In Lebanon; Protest On Sarah Everard Murder; Prince Philip's Royal Homecoming. Aired 3-4a ET
• Eight Killed in Shooting at Three Parlors in Metro Atlanta; Biden Traveling Across U.S. to Promote COVID Aid Package; Biden Administration Faces Scrutiny Over Situation at Border; Growing Concern Over Safety of AstraZeneca Vaccine; Biden: Cuomo Should Step Down and Could Face Prosecution; Intel. Report: Russia Tried to Help Trump in 2020 Vote; To U.S. Officials Visiting Seoul to Revitalize Ties; Cubans Risking It All to Flee Country by Boat. Aired 4-4:30a ET
• Eight Killed in Shooting at Three Massage Parlors in Atlanta; Growing Concern Over Safety of AstraZeneca Vaccine; CDC: Almost 12 Percent of U.S. Population are Fully Vaccinated; Dr. Sanjay Gupta Answers Your COVID Questions; Man Charged with Attacking Officer Ordered Back in Jail; Teen Children Testify Against Father Over His Alleged Role; Report: Prince Harry had Unproductive Talks with Prince Charles and Prince William. Aired 4:30-5a ET
• Soon, Atlanta Police Department Gives Update on Deadly Spa Shootings; CDC Says, Strains First Detected in California Officially Variants of Concern; Judge Dismisses Two Seated Jurors in Chauvin Trial. Aired 10-10:30a ET
• Atlanta PD: Motive Unclear ion Spa Shooting Spree that Left 8 Dead; Biden to Migrants: "Don't Come" to United States; CDC: California COVID Strains Officially "Variants of Concern". Aired 11- 11:30a ET
• NIH Launching $1 Billion Initiative to Study Long COVID; ADL Says, White Supremacist Propaganda Hit Record High in 2020; Biden Says, Putin Will Pay a Price for Undermining 2020 Election. Aired 11:30a-12p ET
• President Biden Endorses Filibuster Overhaul for the First Time; Biden Tells Cuomo to Resign if Probe Confirms Allegations; DHS Secretary Faces Lawmakers' Questions on Border Surge; Eight Killed in Atlanta Area Spa Shootings, Suspect in Custody; Growing Concern as New Cases Rise in More than a Dozen States. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• Official Says, No Motive Yet in Massage Shootings That left Eight Dead; Biden Open to Bringing Back the Talking Filibuster. Aired 1-1:30p ET
• McConnell Tries to Downplay Biden Vaccine Rollout; Interview With State Rep. Sam Park (D-GA); President Biden Speaks Out on Georgia Mass Killing. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• New COVID Surge?; Cuomo's Future?; Atlanta Killing Spree. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• Live Coverage of Atlanta Press Conference on Yesterday's Shooting; Atlanta Police Investigation into Motive Continues; Suspect Intended to Commit Further Crimes in Florida. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• Biden Says Don't Come to Immigrants; Russia Interfered in 2020 Election; Judge Questions Jurors in Chauvin Trial. Aired 9:30-10a
• Officials Say Too Early to Say If Shooting Spree Was a Hate Crime; Interview with Rep. Judy Chu (D-CA), Rising Anti-Asian Hate; Biden Endorses Filibuster Overhaul for First Time; Biden Tells Immigrants Don't Come as Crisis at Border Deepens; Talks Between Harry, William and Charles Unproductive. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• Biden: Putin is a Killer, Will Pay a Price for Election Meddling; Biden on Cuomo: He May Be Prosecuted if Claims Found True; White House COVID Task Force Briefing; White House COVID Task Force Voices Concerns on Rising Cases, New Variants, and Focus on Reopening Schools; Michigan's New Cases Up More Than 50 Percent in Past Week; Homeland Security Chief: "Border Not Open" Despite Migrant Surge; Texas Governor Blames Biden Administration for "Enticing Minors into Inhumane Conditions". Aired 1:30-2p ET
• U.S. Intel Shows Trump Pushed Bogus Conspiracies about China; Biden: Putin is a Killer, Will Pay a Price for Election Meddling; Migrant Kids in U.S. Custody Sleeping in Cramped Spaces; Homeland Security Chief Pushes Back on Definition of "Crisis"; New Video Discredits Claims of Riot Suspect "QAnon Shaman". Aired 2:30-3p ET


March 16, 2021
• More Countries Hit Pause On AstraZeneca Vaccine; Hong Kong Conducting Snap Lockdowns, Forced Testing; Grieving Families, Friends Of Politicians Allege Torture In Myanmar; CNN Marks 10th Anniversary Of Freedom Project; Syria Devastated As Conflict Remains In A Stalemate; Border Patrol Has 4,000-Plus Migrant Children In Custody; Transportation Secretary Pete Buttigieg Is Interviewed About White House COVID Relief Sales Pitch; Rep. Henry Cuellar (D-TX) Is Interviewed About Flood Of Migrants. Aired 12-1a ET
• More Countries Hit Pause on AstraZeneca Vaccine; Grieving Families, Friends of Politicians Allege Torture in Myanmar; CNN Marks 10th Anniversary of Freedom Project; Top U.S. Officials Visiting Tokyo and Seoul to Bolster Ties; Hong Kong Conducting Snap Lockdowns, Forced Testing; London Sees More Protests in Wake of Everard Vigil. Aired 2- 2:45a ET
• AstraZeneca Rollout Stalls In Europe; My Freedom Day: Take The Pledge To Put An End To Modern-Day Slavery; Brazil Appoints Fourth New Health Minister As COVID Crisis Leaves Hospitals Near Collapse; Italy Locks Down For The Third Time; Syrian Conflict; Multinational, Complex And Without Relief; Grieving Families In Myanmar Bury Their Dead; Increasingly Violent Crackdown Paired with Martial Law; Top U.S. Officials Visiting Tokyo and Seoul to Bolster Ties; Navalny Calls Penal Colony a "Concentration Camp"; London Sees More Protests in Wake of Everard Vigil; Peak Demand for Oil Already Reached. Aired 1-2a ET
• European Countries Raise Concerns Over AstraZeneca Effects; People Need to Know the Facts on AstraZeneca; Italy Back to Strict Lockdown; Alexei Navalny Imprisoned in Russia's Notorious Penal Colony; Londoners Outrage Over Sarah Everard's Murder; Children Voicing Their Freedom; Syria A Living Nightmare After Years Of Civil War; Crisis In Myanmar, At Least 94 People Killed in Two Days; Brazil Appoints Fourth Health Minister Since Pandemic Began; My Freedom Day, Sign The Pledge To End Modern Day Slavery; Women Make History With Oscar Nominations; International Renewable Energy Agency, $131 Trillion Needed To Cap Global Warming At 1.5 Degrees Celsius By 2050. Aired 3-4a ET
• Biden Takes to the Road to Promote COVID Relief Plan; Biden Faces Pressure Over Situation at U.S.-Mexico Border; Increasing Number of Americans Getting Vaccinated; Growing Number of Countries Pause Use of AstraZeneca Vaccine; Cuomo Accuser Speaks to Investigators for Four Plus Hours; Two Men Charged in Assault of U.S. Capitol Police Officer Brian Sicknick; Police Officer Due in Court, Accused of Kidnap and Murder of Sarah Everard. Aired 4-4:30a ET
• White House: Migrant Surge at Border A Big Problem; Border Patrol has 4,000+ Children in Custody; Texas Republicans Pushing Bills to Make It Harder to Vote; U.S. Secretary of State Visits Japan and South Korea to Bolster Ties; Regional and International Powers Play a Part in Syria; Woman Received Record-Breaking 76 Oscar Nominations. Aired 4:30-5a ET
• White House Fighting to Prevent Another COVID Surge, at Same Time Facing Migrant Emergency at Border; Today, Biden Heads to Pennsylvania to Promote Massive Rescue Plan; Gov. Andrew Cuomo (D-NY) Accuser Speaks with Investigators for More Than Four Hours. Aired 10- 10:30a ET
• Georgia Groups Lobbying Big Corporations Over Voting Rights; Washington Post Reports, Army Initially Pushed to Reject D.C.'s Request for National Guard Presence Ahead of January 6 Rally; L.A. County Restaurants, Movie Theaters, Gyms Reopen. Aired 11:30a-12p ET
• Moderna Begins Late-Stage Trial of COVID Vaccine in Young Kids; Today: W.H.O Holds Meeting on Safety of AstraZeneca Vaccine; Soon: Biden Kicks Off "Help Is Here Tour" to Tout COVID Relief Package; Dallas Convention Center to Be Used to Shelter Migrant Teen Boys. Aired 11-11:30a ET
• Another Study Links U.K. Variant to Increased Risk of Deaths; Daughter Testifies Against Dad, He Told Me Traitors Get Shot. Aired 1- 1:30p ET
• White House Racing to Prevent Another Potential Surge as Variants Spread; Moderna Vaccinates First Children in Pediatric Vaccine Trial; More Than a Dozen Countries Pause AstraZeneca Vaccine Rollout; Biden Administration Under Pressure As Migrants Strain Immigration System; DHS: Administration to Use Dallas Convention Center to Shelter Migrant Teen Boys. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• Guam Controversy; Nashville Bombing Investigation; Biden's Border Challenge; Biden Tours Country to Tout American Rescue Plan. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• Texas Rolls out Voting Restrictions; Jared Bernstein is Interviewed about the Rescue Plan and Wealth Tax; Army Pushed to Reject Request for Troops before January 6th. Aired 9:30-10a ET
• Cuomo Accuser Meets With Investigators; Biden's Border Challenge; New Reports Find Russia Favored Trump in 2020 Election; Biden Tours Country to Tout American Rescue Plan. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• Southern Border Migrant Surge Worsens; Families in Syria Remain Devastated by War; Jury Selection Continues in Derek Chauvin Trial. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• Duke on Lockdown: Frats Linked to Campus COVID Outbreak; "Bachelor" Breaks Up with Winner Over Her Racist Past; Michelle Obama: Markle's Racism Accusations Not "A Surprise"; U.S. Intel Assesses North Korea May Be Preparing Weapons Test; North Korea Breaks Silence But New Threat Is From Kim Jong-Un's Sister. Aired 1:30-2p ET
• Del. Michael San Nicolas (D-Guam) Discusses Being Accused of Using National Guard Troops as Political Props; Big Biz in Georgia, Including Coke, Speak Out Against Voting Restrictions; Stacey Abrams: GA Voting Bills "a Redux of Jim Crow in a Suit and Tie"; U.S. Intel: Russia Tried to Influence Election to "Denigrate" Biden; County Music Star, Chely Wright, Discusses Backlash After Vatican Says Same-Sex Marriage Is a Sin. Aired 2:30-3p ET
• Cuomo Accuser Speaks with Investigators for More Than 4 Hours; Biden Visits Small Business on "Help Is Here" Tour; North Korea to Biden Administration: Don't Cause a Stink; Biden Stresses Local Leadership in Persuading the Vaccine Hesitant to Get Shots; Religious Leaders Fight Vaccine Hesitancy Among Minorities. Aired 3:30-4p ET


March 15, 2021
• At Least 38 Protestors Killed in Crackdowns Sunday; Hundreds Protest in London Over Police Response to Everard Vigil; Some Countries Halt AstraZeneca Use Over Possible Side Effects; Hong Kong Locks Down More Residents Amid Fear of Fifth COVID-19 Wave; Brazilian Hospitals Overrun by Growing Wave of COVID-19; Conflict Has Taken Toll on Syria's Children; Beyonce Makes History, H.E.R. Wins Song of the Year. Aired 12-1a ET
• President Biden Touting His COVID Relief Package; Italy on Lockdown Amid Rising Cases; Growing Concern Over AstraZeneca Vaccine; Military Declares Martial Law in Myanmar; Syrian Civil War Paralyzes Children's Future; Outrage Grows in the United Kingdom Over Police Response to Everard Vigil; British Airways Wants Fewer Restrictions on Air Travel; Brazilian Hospitals Overwhelmed by COVID Cases; Rockies and Western Plains Hit with Heavy Snow and Blizzard Condition; Falcon 9 Rocket Makes Record Ninth Flight and Landing. Aired 3-4a ET
• Deadliest Day of Protest in Myanmar; More Americans Gets Vaccinated; European Countries Halt Use of AstraZeneca Vaccines; Italy Imposes Another Lockdown; Hong Kong Lockdown for Possible Fifth Wave; Syria's Children and the Trauma of War; Protest in London for Violence Against Women Interrupted by Police; UK Reeling After Sarah Everard's Kidnapping, Murder; Special Task Force To Address Violence Against British Women; Biden: We Should See What Cuomo Investigation Brings Us. Aired 2-3a ET
• Biden Kicking Off Campaign to Promote COVID Relief Plan; Vaccine Hesitancy Remains a Challenge in Several States; Border Patrol has 4,000+ Migrant Children in Custody; New York Governor Resists Growing Calls to Resign; Military Junta Declares Martial Law in Parts of Yangon; U.K. Reels Over Sarah Everard's Kidnapping, Murder. Aired 4-4:30a ET
• Italy Imposes New Restrictions, Including Easter Lockdown; Several Countries Pause Use of AstraZeneca Vaccine; Hong Kong Tests More People Amid Fears of Fifth Wave; ICRC: Civil War Taking Heavy Toll on Syria's Youth; Colorado Hit by Heavy Snow, Blizzard Conditions; Beyonce Breaks Record with 28 All-Time Wins. Aired 4:30-5a ET
• Millions More Eligible This Week for COVID-19 Vaccine; House Republicans Slam Biden on Immigration, Head to Border; Brazil's Hospitals Pushed to Limit as Virus Deaths Soar. Aired 10-10:30a ET
• At Least 38 Protesters Killed In Crackdowns Sunday; Military Declares Martial Law In Parts Of Yangon; Everard Murder Sparks Debate About Violence Against Women; Outrage In London Over Police Response To Everard Vigil; Hong Kong Locks Down More Residents Amid Fear Of Fifth Wave; Conflict Has Taken Traumatic Toll On Syria's Children; Brazil Averaging More than 66,000 New Cases a Day; Border Patrol Has 4,000+ Migrant Children in Custody; New Job Requirement: A COVID Vaccination; Beyonce Makes Grammy History; British Airways CEO Wants No-Restrictions Travel. Aired 1-2a ET
• Gov. Greg Abbott (R-TX) Set to Speak on GOP Efforts to Restrict Voting in Texas; Washington Post Reports, Two Arrested in Attack on Capitol Police Officer Brian Sicknick; Syria's Civil War Now Ten Years Old. Aired 11:30a-12p ET
• New Ads Part of $250 Campaign Targeting Vaccine Hesitancy; White House COVID Response Team Holds Briefing; 4,000+ Unaccompanied Migrant Children in Border Patrol Custody. Aired 11-11:30a ET
• Should Andrew Cuomo Resign?; Three Dead After Driver Hits Pedestrians in California; President Biden Touts American Rescue Plan. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• Two Arrested for Assaulting Officer Who Died after Capitol Riot; What Happens Now With Relief Checks, Timing, Delivery, Rules; Spring Breakers Flock to Florida, Defying CDC Guidance. Aired 1-1:30p ET
• Two Men Charged With Assaulting Capitol Hill Officer; Will Andrew Cuomo Resign?; President Biden Touts American Rescue Plan. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• Biden to Kick Off "Help is Here" Tour to Promote Relief Package; Millions More Eligible This Week for COVID-19 Vaccine; Spring Breakers Crowd Beaches Despite Fears of COVID Spread; Over 4,000 Unaccompanied Migrant Children in Border Patrol Custody; Four Thousand-Plus Unaccompanied Migrant Children in U.S. Border Patrol Custody; Navy Probe Finds Contractor Charged in Capitol Hill Insurrection was Well-Known Nazi Sympathizer; U.S. Air Travel Hits Pandemic Record Despite CDC Warning. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• President Biden Finally Weighing in on the Sexual Harassment Accusations Against NY Governor Andrew Cuomo; Today the Biden Administration Kicks Off a Nationwide Tour to Promote Economic Recovery. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• Air Travel Hits Pandemic Record; Biden Launches Ad Campaign Targeting Vaccine Hesitancy; Biden Declines to Call for Cuomo's Resignation; Jury Selection in Chauvin Trial. Aired 9:30-10a ET.
• Derek Chauvin's Lawyer Asks for Trial Delay and Venue Change; Sen. Ron Johnson Says, I Might Have Been Concerned Had Capitol Rioters Been Black Lives Matter; Stacey Abrams Says Bills to Restrict Voting are New Jim Crow; Senate Reviews Calls to Make Daylight Saving Permanent; Beyonce Makes Grammy History. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• It's Clear Why Many Republicans Are Skeptical of Vaccine; . Sarah Silverman Slams Political Parties: "Both Suffer from "Righteousness Porn"; GOP Governor: Being Conversative Is More Than "Owning The Libs"; Cruz Defends FOX Host for Sexist Remarks Mocking Women in the Military; Texas Restaurant Vandalized After Owner Battled Maskless Reopening; Soon, Biden Kicks Off "Help Is Here" Tour Promoting $1.9 Billion Stimulus. Aired 1:30-2p ET
• Daily Vaccination Rate Soars: One In Five Have Received First Shot; CDC May Change Guidance For Schools From Six Feet To Three Feet; TSA: Numbers Show Four-Day Pandemic-Era High For Flying; Duke University Under "Stay-In-Place" Order Amid Surge; North Korea Not Returning Biden Administration's Calls; Biden Orders FEMA To Help With Thousands Of Children At Border; Biden: "Shots In Arms And Money In Pockets" Are Arriving. Aired 2:30-3p ET


March 14, 2021
• Spring Break Travel Soars As Restrictions Loosen; Most Of Italy Faces New Restrictions Monday; Brazil's Hospitals Pushed To Limit; U.K. Reels Over Sarah Everard's Murder; Soaring Numbers Of Unaccompanied Children At U.S. Border; AstraZeneca Seeks U.S. Authorization; Biden Directs All Adults To Be Vaccine Eligible By May; Vaccine Nationalism A Growing Danger; Hundreds Flee Myanmar To India; Vaccine Rollout Helps U.K. Seniors See Loved Ones. Aired 1-2a ET
• Soaring Numbers Of Unaccompanied Children At U.S. Border; Spring Break Travel Soars As Restrictions Loosen; France's Death Toll Tops 90,000 As Hospitalizations Rise; U.K. Reels Over Sarah Everard's Murder; Texas Reports Multiple Tornadoes And Large Hail; Activists, Family Search For Justice For Breonna Taylor; Yo-Yo Ma Serenades Clinic After Second Shot; London Theater District Could Reopen Soon. Aired 3-4a ET
• Most Of Italy Faces New Restrictions Monday; Spring Break Travel Soars As Restrictions Loosen; Brazil's Hospitals Pushed To Limit; U.K. Reels Over Sarah Everard's Murder; Soaring Numbers Of Unaccompanied Children At U.S. Border; Texas Reports Multiple Tornadoes And Large Hail; Grammys Honor Industry Hit Hard By Pandemic. Aired 4-5a ET
• AstraZeneca Shortfall In E.U. Vaccine Shipments; Spring Break Travel Soars As Restrictions Loosen; U.K. Reels Over Sarah Everard's Murder; Activists, Family Search For Justice For Breonna Taylor; NBA Players Lead Campaign For Voters Rights; Nuclear Lessons From Fukushima; Digital Artwork Sells For Nearly $70 Million. Aired 5-6a ET
• Health Experts Urge Caution As Crowds Pack Spring Break Getaways; Duke University Issues Stay In Place Order For Undergrads All Week; Biden Set To Tour States To Tout His COVID Relief Package; Top Democrats Question Whether NY Gov. Cuomo Can Lead; Organizers Say They Have Two-Million-Plus Signatures Needed To Trigger Recall Of California Governor Newsom; U.S. COVID Cases Decline As The Virus Spikes In Europe And Brazil; London Police Chief Called To Resign Over Violent Vigil Response. Aired 2-3p ET
• U.S. Administers Three Million Vaccinations In A Single Day; First COVID Relief Payments Begin Hitting Bank Accounts; Top Democrats Question Whether New York Governor Cuomo Can Lead; Interview With Rep. Vicente Gonzalez (D-TX). Aired 3-4p ET
• Many Arrests In Miami During Spring Break; Three-Feet Social Distancing May Reopen Schools; Republican Senator Not Threatened By Capitol Rioters; Stormy Sunday For Millions Across U.S., From Severe Thunderstorms To Blizzard Conditions.; Organizers In California Has Collected Two Million Signatures For Recall Effort Of Governor Gavin Newsom; Wall Street Awaiting And Tracking Impact Of Biden's Stimulus Bill; CNN Original Series, "Lincoln: Divided We Stand." Aired 5-6p ET
• Miami Officials Sound Alarm As Maskless Crowds Party For Spring Break; Pelosi Stops Short Of Calling For New York Governor Cuomo To Resign; Breonna Taylor's Boyfriend Files Lawsuit Against Louisville Police; Interview With Representative Pramila Jayapal (D-WA) About Capitol Hill Probe Against Three GOP Colleagues; West Virginia County That Backed Trump Welcomes Biden Relief Deal. Aired 4-5p ET
• Health Experts Sound Alarm Over Spring Break Surge; Probe Finds Capitol Siege Defendant Is Well-Known Nazi Sympathizer; Gov. Andrew Cuomo (D-NY) Stands Alone Amid Repeated Calls For His Resignation; Italy Braces For New Lockdown Starting Monday; White House Hits The Road To Sell Stimulus Deal To American People; FEMA To Help With Surge Of Migrant Children At The Southern Border; The 2021 Grammy To Feature Live Performances. Aired 6-7p ET
• The Netherlands Becomes The Latest Nation To Pause Use Of AstraZeneca Vaccine; Biden Responds To Questions Of Cuomo Resignation, Says Cuomo Investigation Is Underway; Georgia Officials Investigating Trump's Attempts To Overturn 2020 Result; Schools Weigh Pandemic Fears With Crushing Toll On Students. Aired 7-8p ET


March 13, 2021
• U.K. Variant In Germany In 55 Percent Of Cases; Rio De Janeiro Halts Vaccinations Due To Lack Of Vaccine; Harry And Meghan's Foundation, Archewell. Aired 12-12:15a ET
• Italy Announces New Restrictions, Easter Lockdown; AstraZeneca Defends Vaccine amid Blood Clot Fears; Video Captures Chaos in Myanmar; U.S. to Restore Humanitarian Assistance to Northern Yemen; UNICEF Shows School Closing Crisis; Over 12 Students Daily Test Positive in Seoul; U.S. Schools Tackle Safety Measures. Aired 2-2:45a ET
• Stimulus Payments out to Americans This Weekend; U.S. Officials Concerned Travel Could Cause Spikes; Italy Announces New Restrictions, Easter Lockdown; Video Captures Chaos in Myanmar; U.S. and Indo- Pacific Allies Discuss China; New York Governor Won't Resign; Minneapolis Pays $27 to Settle George Floyd Lawsuit; Parents' Pandemic Stories; Harry and Meghan's Foundation, Archewell. Aired 3-4a ET
• Stimulus Payments out to Americans This Weekend; AstraZeneca Defends Vaccine amid Blood Clot Fears; New York Governor Won't Resign; Minneapolis Pays $27 to Settle George Floyd Lawsuit; New CDC Child Care Program Guidance; U.S. to Restore Humanitarian Assistance to Northern Yemen; Harry and Meghan's Foundation, Archewell. Aired 4-5a ET
• Stimulus Payments out to Americans This Weekend; AstraZeneca Defends Vaccine amid Blood Clot Fears; Italy Announces New Restrictions, Easter Lockdown; New York Governor Won't Resign; Minneapolis Pays $27 to Settle George Floyd Lawsuit; Remote Learning Taking Toll on Children's Health; Video Captures Chaos in Myanmar; Was Harry and Meghan's Wedding Real? Aired 5-6a ET
• New York Governor Andrew Cuomo Resisting Calls from New York Lawmakers to Resign Due to Accusations of Sexual Harassment and Nursing Home Coronavirus Deaths Scandal; Immigration and Customs Enforcement Requesting Help to Manage Surge of Immigrants along U.S.- Mexico Border; Rep. Veronica Escobar (D-TX) Interviewed on Her Experiences with Biden Administration's Immigration Policies; Health Experts Warn Increasing Travel for Spring Break Vacation May Cause Surge in Coronavirus Cases; Galveston, Texas, Mayor Craig Brown Interviewed on City Efforts to Reduce Coronavirus Spread; President Biden Gives Speech on Passage and Implementation of American Rescue Plan; Wisconsin Republican Senator Ron Johnson States He Did Not Fear Capitol Hill Rioters But Would Fear Black Lives Matter and Antifa Protestors; Events Planned across U.S. on Anniversary of Killing of Breonna Taylor. Aired 10-11a ET
• New York Governor Andrew Cuomo Resisting Calls From New York Lawmakers To Resign Due To Accusations Of Sexual Harassment And Nursing Home Coronavirus Deaths Scandal; Immigration And Customs Enforcement Requesting Help To Manage Surge Of Immigrants Along U.S.- Mexico Border; Health Experts Warn Increasing Travel For Spring Break Vacation May Cause Surge In Coronavirus Cases; Events Planned Across U.S. On Anniversary Of Killing Of Breonna Taylor; Dr. Anthony Fauci Expresses Concern Over Possible Mental Health Epidemic In Wake Of Coronavirus Pandemic. Aired 2-3p ET
• Millions Under Severe Winter Storm & Blizzard Warnings; Fifty- Nine NY Democratic Lawmakers Tell Cuomo To Resign; Memorial Event Marks One Year Since Breonna Taylor's Death; Air Travel Hits A New Pandemic Record Despite Expert Warnings; Study: New Alzheimer's Drug May Slow Down Cognitive Decline; CNN Witnesses Dozens Of Migrants Trying To Cross Rio Grande; Woman Arrested After Refusing To Wear A Mask At A Bank In Texas. Aired 12-1p ET
• Memorial Event Marks One Year Since Breonna Taylor's Death; New Accusation Of Sexual Harassment Against Gov. Cuomo Surfaces As Calls For His Resignation Grow; Air Travel Hits New Pandemic Record Despite Expert Warnings; CNN Investigation Finds Starving, Dying Children Packing Yemen Hospitals Amid Civil War; CNN's "Lincoln, Divided We Stand," Airs Tomorrow Night At 10 P.M.; Grammy Awards Ceremony Returns After COVID-19 Delay. Aired 1-2p ET
• Former Albany Reporter Accuses Gov. Cuomo Of Sexual Harassment; Officials Warn Of Ongoing Threat And Spring Break Travel Spike; Johnson: I May Have Felt Unsafe If Rioters Had Been BLM Or Antifa; DOJ: Guilty Pleas For Capitol Rioters Could Be Weeks Away; Stimulus Package Includes Billions In Aid To Black Farmers; Royal Rift Between William And Harry On Display; NFL Hopeful Finds New Dream After Accident. Aired 11a-12p ET
• Defiant New York Governor Cuomo: I Am Not Going To Resign; Stimulus Payments Hitting Some Americans' Bank Accounts; Officials Warn Of Ongoing COVID Threat As Spring Break Kicks Off; CNN Witnesses Dozens Of Migrants Trying To Cross Rio Grande; Award-Winning Photographer, John Moore, Captures Faces Of Immigration Surge; Mother Speaks Out One Year After Breonna Taylor's Death. Aired 3-4p ET
• First COVID Relief Payments Start Hitting Bank Accounts; Spring Break Travel Surges As COVID Restrictions Loosen; Defiant New York Governor Refuses To Resign; GA. Gov. Kemp: There's Vaccine Hesitancy Among White Republicans; Lawyers: Kids At Border Cannot Shower For Days Or Call Parents; Member Of Proud Boys Extremist Group Charged For Allegedly Pepper-Spraying Police On Jan. 6. Aired 6-7p ET
• Defiant Cuomo Digs In; Italy Braces For New Lockdown; Experts Warn Vaccine Hesitancy May Delay Herd Immunity Goals; Schools Weigh Pandemic Fears With Crushing Toll On Students; Study Shows Attacks On Asian-Americans Rise During Pandemic; Hospitals And ICUs Across Brazil Near Peak Capacity. Aired 7-8p ET
• Stimulus Payments Hitting Some Americans' Bank Accounts; CDC: U.S. Tops 101 Million COVID-19 Vaccine Doses Administered; Officials Warn Of Ongoing COVID Threat As Spring Break Kicks Off; Schumer And Gillibrand Join Majority Of New York Congressional Democrats In Calling For Cuomo To Resign, Cuomo Defiant; A Tale Of Two Brothers: A History of William & Harry's Relationship; Why George Floyd's Memorial Site Is Surrounded by Barricades. Aired 4-5p ET
• Defiant Gov. Andrew Cuomo (D-NY): I Am Not Going To Resign; Biden Pledges To Make All Adults Eligible For Vaccine By May 1st; Parents Sue To Get Students Back In Classrooms; Randi Weingarten, President, American Federation Of Teachers, Discusses Getting Students Back In Classrooms; Lawyer: Kids At Border Can't Shower For Days Or Call Parents; Grammy Awards Ceremony Returns After COVID-19 Delay. Aired 5-6p ET
• First COVID Relief Payments Start Hitting Bank Accounts; Gov. Andrew Cuomo (D-NY) Digs In As Pressure Mounts For Him To Resign; Lawyers Say, Kids At Border Cannot Shower For Days Or Call Parents; DHS Directs FEMA To Help With Migrant Children At Border; Judge: Austin Can Still Ban Masks For Now As City Sued For Mandate; Senate Dems To Move Forward On New Gun Control Bill. Aired 8-9p ET


March 12, 2021
• U.N. Envoy: Military Violence is Likely Crimes Against Humanity; WFP Chief: One Yemen Child Dies Every 75 Seconds; Several E.U. Countries Suspend Use of AstraZeneca Vaccine; Brazil's Hospitals Near Capacity as Cases Surge; Russia Turns to Hockey to Save Freshwater Lake; Black Britons React to U.K. Media Schism on Race Issues; How Broadway Looks to Stage a Comeback after COVID-19; Biden: If We Don't Stay Vigilant We May Have to Reinstate Restrictions; CDC Director is Interviewed about Biden's Address. Aired 12-12:45a ET
• Prince William: "We're Very Much Not a Racist Family;" Black Britons React to UK Media Schism on Race Issues; Broadway Remains Dark Amid Pandemic; The World is Still Struggling One Year After the Pandemic is Declared; War in Yemen; Uniting Against Myanmar's Military Violence.; U.S. Condemns China's Hong Kong Electoral Changes; First Quad Summit. Aired 2-2:45a ET
• U.S. Condemns China's Hong Kong Electoral Changes; Cases Creeping up in Tokyo Ahead of Olympics; Amazon Rain Forest Losing Carbon Storage Capacity; Russia Turns to Hockey to Safe Freshwater Lake; Royal Rift Between Prince William and Prince Harry; Myanmar's Military, Crimes Against Humanity?; Britain's Elderly Begin To See Their Loved Ones; French Health Minister On Safety Of AstraZeneca Vaccine; Myanmar Ethnic Groups Band Together Against Military; Calls For Saudi Arabia To Lift Blockade As Yemenis Starve. Aired 1-2a ET
• Europe Countries Pause AstraZeneca Vaccine; U.S. COVID Relief Bill Now Signed into Law; Brazil on the Brink of Collapse; Brazil's President Don't Mind the Death Toll; More Protesters Dying in Myanmar; People in Myanmar Flee to India; Millions May Die in Yemen; Duchess Of Sussex Interview, Royal Rift Between Prince William And Prince Harry; Vaccine Rollout Helps U.K. Seniors See Their Loved Ones; Space Exploration, New Long March 7A Rocket; U.S. Condemns China's Hong Kong Electoral Changes; U.S., India, Australia And Japan, First Quad Summit; Power Play To Save Planet. Aired 3-4a ET
• Biden Focuses on Hopes and Challenges to Beat Pandemic; White House Adviser: Vaccine Hesitancy Remains a Concern; One Year and Beyond: The Future of the Pandemic; Several EU Countries Suspend Use of AstraZeneca Vaccine; Prince William: Royals Very Much Not a Racist Family. Aired 4-4:30a ET
• JAMA: 30 Percent Have Symptoms for Up to Nine Months; Brazils Hospitals Near Capacity as Cases Surge; House Minority Leader Criticizes Biden for Border Response; U.N. Rapporteur: Military's Brutal Crackdown Likely Meets Legal Threshold for Crimes Against Humanity; U.S., India, Australia and Japan to Hold Virtual Meeting; U.S. CDC Released Guidelines for Fully-Vaccinated People; Vaccine Rollout Helps U.K. Seniors See Their Loved Ones. Aired 4:30-5a ET
• President Biden Outlines Path to Normalcy by July 4; Maryland Lifting Capacity Restrictions on Restaurants, Bars and Gyms; Battle Brews Over COVID-19 Vaccinations and Personal Choice. Aired 10-10:30a ET
• White House COVID Response Team Holds Briefing; Trump's Last Pentagon Chief Blames His Speech for Capitol Riot. Aired 11:30a-12p ET
• President Biden Outlines Path to Normalcy by July 4th; Group of New York Congressional Democrats Calling for Governor Andrew Cuomo to Resign; Arizona GOP Lawmakers Propose Two Dozen Restrictive Voting Bills; White House COVID Response Team Holds Briefing. Aired 11-11:30a ET
• CDC Director Raises Concerns About Travel As Variants Spread; Biden Pledges to Make All Adults Eligible for Vaccine By May 1st; Trump's Acting Defense Secretary Blames His Speech for Insurrection; President Biden Outlines Path to Normalcy by July 4th; Maryland Lifting Capacity Restrictions on Restaurants, Bars, and Gyms. Aired 9- 9:30a ET
• GOP Mayor Lauds Relief Law Despite Congressional GOP Opposition; Biden Offers Up Hope For A Sense of Normalcy by July 4th; Gov. Andrew Cuomo (D-NY) Refuses to Resign after Demand from New York Congressional Democrats. Aired 1-1:30p ET
• Trump's Acting Defense Secretary on Insurrection; Oath Keeper Connection to Roger Stone; Lori Lightfoot is Interviewed about Vaccines and Biden's Goal of Opening Up; New York Lawmakers Launch Investigation into Cuomo; Jury Selection Continues in Chauvin Trial; Italy Imposes Lockdown. Aired 9:30-10a ET
• Debate Over British Racism Continues; Interview with CEO of Feeding America; New York Congressional Democrats Call on Governor to Resign. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• $27 Million Awarded to Family of George Floyd; Interview With State Sen. Jabari Brisport (D-NY): President Biden Touts COVID Relief Plan; Calls Grow For Cuomo to Step Down. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• Clinic Accidentally Gives Customers Empty Shots Instead of Vaccine; Trump's Defense Secretary Blames Trump for Inciting Capitol Rioters; Trump's Time in White House Could End Up Working Against Him; FOX Propaganda Host Falsely Claims Pentagon Conspiracy Against Him. Aired 1:30-2p ET
• President Biden Prepares to Promote COVID Relief Plan; Governor Andrew Cuomo Accuses New York Politicians of Ulterior Motives; Interview with Former Biden-Harris Transition Advisory Board Member Julie Morita. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• Soon, White House Event to Hail $1.9 Trillion COVID Relief Packaged; Biden, Harris, Democratic Leaders Speak on Passage of COVID Relief Package. Aired 2:30-3p ET
• Senate Democrats Plan to Bring Gun Safety Bill to Floor Vote; Trump White House Tenure Could Widen New York Probe; CDC Says 1 in 10 Americans Fully Vaccinated Against COVID; Can Companies Mandate Employee Vaccinations. Aired 3:30-4p ET


March 11, 2021
• U.N. Condemns Violence Against Myanmar Protesters; Food And Fuel Shortages Worsen Widespread Famine; Brazil's Daily Death Toll Tops 2,000 For The First Time; Marking 10-Year Anniversary Of Japan Tsunami; Meghan Markle Complained To ITV About Piers Morgan's Comments; Republican-Leaning West Virginia County Welcoming Biden's COVID Relief Bill. Aired 12-12:45a ET
• Children Facing the Brunt of War and Famine; Military Used Deadly Weapons Against Protesters in Myanmar; Lula da Silva Blames Jair Bolsonaro Over Bad Leadership; Europe Looking at Fourth Vaccine to be Rolled Out; China's NPC Passes Law To Change Hong Kong Electoral System; China, Report Alleging Uyghur Genocide A Complete Lie; United States And China Relations; U.S. State Department Designates Islamic State Affiliates In Mozambique, DRC As Terrorist Organizations; Fukushima Disaster After 10 Years; Meghan Takes Action After Piers Morgan Mental Health Claims; Dying Wish Granted To One Of U.K.'s First Female Mounties; Pictures Of Hugging Grandparents Circulating On Social Media. Aired 3-4a ET
• Starving, Dying Children Pack Yemen Hospitals Amid Civil War; Biden Set to Sign $1.9 Trillion COVID Relief Package; Biden's Border Strategy Faces Test Amid Surge of Migrants; Texas Health Experts Brace for Possible Surge After Reopening; China's National People's Congress Passes Law to Change Hong Kong Electoral System; Meghan Says Palace Denied Her Mental Health Support; One Year Since Covid-19 Declared Global Pandemic. Aired 4-4:30a ET
• Starving, Dying Children Pack Yemen Hospitals Amid Civil War; Some Republican Voters Show Support for $1.9 Trillion Relief Bill; Japan Marks Ten Years Since Devastating Earthquake and Tsunami. Aired 4:30-5a ET
• Food and Fuel Shortages Worsen Widespread Famine in Yemen; U.N. Condemns Violence against Myanmar Protesters; U.K. Variant Has Higher Death Rate; Brazil's Daily Death Toll Tops 2,000 for the First Time; U.K. Society of Editors Chief Resigns over Racism Row; One-Year Anniversary of COVID-19 Declared a Pandemic. Aired 2-2:45a ET
• Tonight, President Biden Delivers First Primetime Address; Prince William Says, Royals are Very Much Not a Racist Family; One Year into Pandemic, the Battle against COVID-19. Aired 10-10:30a ET
• 400,000 Children Risk Dying In Yemen Famine; U.N. Security Councill Calls For Reversal Of Myanmar's Coup; Former Brazilian President Lula Urges Vaccination As Brazil COVID Crisis Worsens; Fallout from Fukushima Disaster Still Gripping Japan; U.N. Chief: Situation in Syria Still a "Living Nightmare; China's NPC to Vote on Hong Kong Election Changes; Giving Life to the Desert; Meghan Says Palace Denied her Mental Health Support. Aired 1-2a ET
• Tonight: President Biden Delivers First Prime-Time Address; Attorney General Garland Delivers First Speech to DOJ; Prince William: Royals are "Very Much Not a Racist Family". Aired 11-11:30a ET
• Biden Administration Considers Vacant NASA Facility to House Migrant Children; L.A. Schools Could Reopen in Mid-April Under Deal With Teachers; Pentagon Spokesman Says, Defense Secretary Austin Shares Same Revulsion over Tucker Carlson's Sexist Comments. Aired 11:30a-12p ET
• President Biden Delivers First Prime-Time Address Tonight; Biden to Sign $1.9 Trillion COVID Relief Plan into Law Tomorrow; Prince William Breaks His Silence Following Prince Harry and Meghan's Interview; Merrick Garland Arrives at DOJ for First Full Day as AG. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• Soon, Biden Signs $1.9 Trillion Relief into Law Ahead of Primetime Address; Prince William Breaks Silence, Denies Royals Are Racist Family; One Year Ago, U.S. Had 1,000 Confirmed Cases, Now, U.S. Approaching 30 Million. Aired 1-1:30p ET
• One Year into Pandemic; Judge Reinstates Murder Charge against Chauvin; Biden's Border Strategy; Georgia Bill Restricts Voting Access. Aired 9:30-10a
• Looking Back on the COVID-19 Pandemic One Year Later; Yemen Reaches Famine Conditions Under Blockade; Judge Reinstates Derek Chauvin Third-Degree Murder Charge. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• Prince William Speaks Out; President Biden Signs COVID Relief Bill. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• Live Coverage as President Biden Signs $1.9 Trillion COVID Relief Bill Today; Military Responds to Tucker Carlson Comments; Prince William Responds to Harry and Meghan. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• Prince Williams Says Royals Are Very Much Not A Racist Family; 59 New York Democrats Call for Cuomo's Resignation; Interview with Zohran Mamdani, Assemblyman, New York State on the Impeachment of Andrew Cuomo; Trump Not in Vaccine PSA Photo with Other Past Presidents. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• Veteran Charged in Capitol Attack Worked in Marine One Unit; Trump Heard Pushing Georgia Election Official To Find "Right Answers"; Judge Reinstates Third-Degree Murder Charge Against Derek Chauvin; Joint Base Andrews Intruder Roamed for Hours Before Boarding Plane; Billionaire Investor Warren Buffet Now Part of $100 Billion Club; Soon, Biden to Sign $1.9 Trillion Relief Bill Ahead of Prime-Time Address. Aired 1:30-2p ET
• GOP Senator Touts Relief Bill After He Voted Against It; McConnell Tries to Discredit COVID Relief Bill's Effect on Economy Before Effect Is Seen; Trump Demands Credit for Vaccine After Disastrous COVID Response; Fireworks after GOP Rep. Brings Up Black Lives Matter, Marxism During COVID Relief Bill Debate; Sen. Tim Scott Equates "Woke" Supremacy with White Supremacy; Mayor Oscar Leeser (D- El Paso) Discusses His Letter Urging Texas Governor to Allow Local Leaders to Make Mask Decisions & Immigration Crisis at Border. Aired 2:30-3p ET


March 10, 2021
• Queen Elizabeth II Responded to Prince Harry and Meghan; Duke and Duchess Not Treated Unfairly; NLD Member Died of Torture in Myanmar; Security Forces Raided Workers in Myanmar; Bad Leadership Resulting to More Deaths in Brazil. Russia Struck a Deal with European Countries; Sussex's Bombshell Interview A Big Hit With U.K. Audience; Piers Morgan Storms Off Set, Quits Morning Show; Palace Watchers Compare Meghan And Diana Interviews; Uyghur Genocide Report As China Vehemently Denied Claims; Russia And China Plan To Build Lunar Space Station; Dozens Drown After Migrant Boats Sink Off Tunisian Coast; WHO one in three women subjected to physical or sexual violence; Venezuelan Women Losing Access To Affordable Contraception; The Fight Against Modern-Day Slavery On March 16; Shopping For Love On Aisle Three; California Man Spends 24 Hours In Bean Dip To Save Restaurant; CDC, Almost One In 10 Americans Fully Vaccinated. Aired 3-4a ET
• House to Vote on Covid Relief Bill; America's Battle Against COVID-19 Raging On; Migrant Surge on Southern U.S. Border; Brazil Reports a Record 1,972 Deaths in One Day; Buckingham Palace Responds to Prince Harry and Meghan's Interview; Piers Morgan Storms Off Set, Quits Morning Show. Aired 4-4:30a ET
• Surge of Migrants along U.S.-Mexico Border; Prince Charles Dodges Questions; Virus Variants More Prevalent in Brazil; Russia's Sputnik V Vaccine to Be Produced in Europe; Uyghur Genocide Report; Piers Morgan Storms off Set, Quits Show; Two-Thirds of Tropical Rainforest Cover Destroyed. Aired 2-2:45a ET
• WHO Says It Was Slow To Warn COVID Was A Pandemic But Not Too Many Were Listening; Top Ranking Civilian Government Officials Die Two Days After Detention By Myanmar Military; Palace's Brief And Nuanced Response To Harry And Meghan; Migrant Numbers At Border Highest In Five Years; Crisis Or No Crisis?; Brazilian Virus Out Of Control, 2,000 Deaths Per Day; Israel's Vaccine Rollout Smooth, Palestinian Hospitals Overflowing; Palace Watchers Compare Meghan & Diana Interviews; WHO: 1 in 3 Women Subject to Physical or Sexual Violence; Venezuelan Women Losing Access to Affordable Contraception; Approval for U.S. COVID Relief Expected in Hours; Russia and China Plan to Build Lunar Base. Aired 1-2a ET
• Three Jurors Chosen for Ex-Officer Derek Chauvin's Trial; FBI Releases Security Footage of Person Placing Bomb Outside RNC, DNC Headquarters; Approval for U.S. COVID Relief Expected Later Today; Sister of Missing Uyghur Businessman Urges U.S. to Act; Russia and China Plan to Build Lunar Space Station. Aired 4:30-5a ET
• U.S. State Department: We Believe Genocide Happening in China; China Plans to Become Self-Sufficient in Science & Technology; Russia and China Plan to Build Lunar Space Station; White House: Biden Still Not Briefed after Team Takes Trip to the Border; FBI Releases Video of Suspect Placing Pipe Bombs Outside RNC, DNC Headquarters; Virus Variants More Prevalent in Brazil; Prince Charles Dodges Questions; Nun Begs Myanmar Police Officers to Stop the Violence. Aired 12-12:45a ET
• CNN Poll Shows 61 Percent of Americans Support Biden Relief Bill; Fauci Says, CDC Guidance Soon on What Fully Vaccinated Can Do Outside Homes; Gov. Jim Justice (R-WV) Says, I Don't Understand Big Rush to Get Rid of Masks. Aired 10-10:30a ET
• Soon, House Takes Final Vote on Biden's $1.9 Trillion Relief Bill; Texas Ends Mask Mandate, Fully Reopens Businesses Today; Piers Morgan Quits T.V. Show after Meghan Markle Files Complaint. Aired 11:30a-12p ET
• House Takes Final Vote on Biden's $1.9 Trillion Relief Bill; House Takes Final Vote on Biden's $1.9 Trillion Relief Bill. Aired 11- 11:30a ET
• House to Take Final Vote on Biden's $1.9 Trillion Relief Bill; Duchess of Sussex Files Formal Complaint to U.K. Broadcaster Over Piers Morgan's Comments About Her; FBI Releases New Security Footage of Suspect Placing Pipe Bombs Outside RNC and DNC Headquarters; House to Take Final Vote on Biden's $1.9 Trillion Relief Bill; Biden to Deliver First Primetime Address Tomorrow Night; Interview with Jared Bernstein about the American Rescue Package. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• Markle Files Complaint against Morgan; Texas Removes Mask Mandate; FBI Releases Suspect Bombing Footage. Aired 9:30-10a ET
• Soon, House Votes on Final Passage of $1.9 Trillion COVID Relief Package; White House Briefing as Number of Migrant Children Surge at Border. Aired 1-1:30p ET
• Interview with West Virginia Gov. Jim Justice (R); President Biden to Reverse Rule Tying Immigrants' Legal Status to Federal Benefits; Buckingham Palace Reacts to Harry and Meghan Interview. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• Live Coverage as House Votes to Pass Historic COVID Relief Bill; Biden Administration Resists Calling Southern Border Immigration a Crisis; Some States Lift COVID Restrictions While Cities Don't. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• Dramatic Spike in How Long Migrant Children Are Being Held; Pressure Mounts Amid "Overwhelming" Migrant Surge on Border; Former Gov. Charlie Crist (D-Fl) Discusses Texts Showing Vaccine Tent for Wealthy Community Set Up to Help DeSantis Politically; Emotional Please to LeBron James to Publicly Endorse Vaccine; CNN: Markle Made Former Complaint to Piers Morgan's TV Network; Black Britons on Royal Racism: Markle "Laying It Bare"; Soon, Congress to Pass Biden's Massive $1.9 Trillion COVID Relief Bill. Aired 1:30-2p ET
• Vaccination Timeline?; COVID Relief Bill Passes Congress; President Biden Secures 100 Million More Johnson & Johnson Vaccine Doses. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• Record Number of Migrant Children Held at U.S./Mexico Border; Biden Holds White House Event with Vaccine Makers Johnson & Johnson and Merck; Biden Says We Should Have Enough Vaccines for All Adults by End of May. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• The Curious Metamorphosis Of Trump's Sidekick Lindsey Graham; University Offers Students Cash To Stay Home For Spring Break; Grandmother Gets Prescription To "Hug Granddaughter". Aired 2:30-3p ET


March 09, 2021
• No Response from Palace to Bombshell Interview; Military Troops Occupying Myanmar Hospitals and Universities; China Bears Responsibility for Uyghur Genocide; British Tabloids Fire Back Over Harry & Meghan Claims; Rio de Janeiro's Hospitals on the Verge of Collapse; Vaccinated Israelis Getting 'Green Passes,' More Freedoms; Malala Yousafzai Announces Deal with Apple TV; Jury Selection to Begin Tomorrow in Death of George Floyd; Republicans Call Gen. Honore's Investigation Partisan. Aired 12-12:45a ET
• Duke and Duchess' Revelation Ripples Around the Globe; Royal Crisis Divide People's Opinion; China Denies Allegation of Genocide Against Uyghur Minorities; British Tabloids Fire Back Over Harry And Meghan Claims; Crisis In Myanmar, Independent Media Stripped Of Publication Licenses; Protesters Trapped In Yangon Allowed To Leave; Brazil's Supreme Court Annuls Ex-President's Convictions; Brazil Reports Over 80,000 New COVID-19 Cases In One Day; Iraq Extends Restrictive Measures For Two More Weeks; Get A Vaccine, Get More Freedom; International Women's Day, Women Around The World Rally For Security And Equality; Tunisian Restaurant Sells Pizza For $360. Aired 3-4a ET
• No Response from Palace to Bombshell Interview; Palace Faces Crisis Over Racism Allegations; CDC Guidance Offer New Freedom to Vaccinated People; Document Show Record Numbers of Kids in Border Patrol Custody; Report: China Bears Responsibility for Uyghur Genocide; Military Troops Occupying Hospitals and Universities in Myanmar; Jury Selection Begins Today in the Trial for the Death of George Floyd. Aired 4-4:30a ET
• Palace Faces Crisis over Racism Allegations; China Bears Responsibility for Uyghur Genocide; Military Troops Occupying Myanmar Hospitals and Universities; Vaccinated Israelis Getting "Green Passes," More Freedom; CDC Issues Guidelines for the Fully Vaccinated; Millions of Women Falling into Poverty. Aired 2-2:45a ET
• Pressure On Buckingham Palace To Respond To Harry And Meghan's Claims; China's Actions On Uyghurs Violate Genocide Convention; Myanmar Military Moves Against News And Media Companies; Less Restrictive CDC Guidelines For Vaccinated People; Palace Faces Crisis over Racism Allegations; Brazilian President Says He Won't Order National Lockdown; Vaccinated Israelis Getting "Green Passes", More Freedoms; Women Around the World Rally for Equality, Security; Spreading Empowerment Message; Pope Francis Returns from First Papal Trip to Iraq. Djokovic Tops Federer for Most Weeks Spent at #1. Aired 1-2a ET
• CDC Guidance Offers New Freedoms to Vaccinated People; Brazil Reports Over 80,000 New COVID cases in One Day; Vaccinated Israelis Getting Green Passes, more freedoms; Malaya Yousafzai Announces Deal with Apple EV+. Aired 4:30-5a ET
• CDC Says, Full Vaccinated People Can Gather Without Masks, Should Avoid Travel; House Gears Up for Vote on Biden's $1.9 Trillion Relief Bill; Texas to End Mask Mandate, Fully Reopen Businesses Tomorrow. Aired 10-10:30a ET
• Task Force Says, Capitol Police Understaffed, Insufficiently Equipped and Inadequately Trained to Protect from Mob; GOP Ramps Up Effort to Suppress Voting after Trump's Defeat; Record Number of Unaccompanied Kids Now in Border Patrol Facilities. Aired 11:30a-12p ET
• CDC: Fully Vaccinated People Should Still Avoid Travel; Jury Selection Underway in Derek Chauvin Trial; House Gears Up for Vote on Biden's $1.9 Trillion Relief Bill; Prince Charles Ducks Question About Meghan & Harry Interview. Aired 11-11:30a ET
• Buckingham Palace Silent on Allegations; Grants on Health Literacy; China's Responsibility for Uyghur Genocide. Aired 9:30-10a ET.
• Queen Saddened in First Response on Harry and Meghan Interview; CNN Reports, White House Discussed Including Travel Recommendations for Fully Vaccinated People in CDC Guidelines, But Decided Against; Final Vote on Historic COVID Relief Bill Expected Tomorrow. Aired 1- 1:30p ET
• Jury Selection for Derek Chauvin Trial Moves Forward Today; Biden to Mark One Year of Pandemic with Primetime Address Thursday; Texas to End Mask Mandate, Fully Reopen Business Tomorrow; House Gears Up for Vote on Biden's $1.9 Trillion Relief Bill; Taskforce Report Recommends More Officers and Security Upgrades After Capitol Hill Attack; Prince Charles Ducks Question About Harry and Meghan Interview. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• Interview with Martin Luther King III; No Response from Palace to Meghan and Harry Interview; Black Families Continue Preference for Remote Learning. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• FBI Releases New Video in Capitol Pipe Bomb Investigation; Queen Elizabeth Breaks Silence. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• GOP's Graham on Billions in Aid to Black Farmers: "That's Reparations"; RNC Rejects Trump's Request to Stop Using His Name & Trump Tells Donors to Send Money to Him, Not "RINOs"; Iowa's GOP Governor Signs Law Shortening Early & Election Day Voting; DOJ: Right- Wing Group's Founder Directed Rioters During January Attack; Probe into Trump's Finances Expands to Chicago Skyscraper Loan; Queen "Saddened" in 1st Response on Harry & Meghan Interview. Aired 1:30-2p ET
• Queen Releases Response to Meghan and Harry Interview; Interview with McAllen, Texas Mayor Jim Darling; CDC Not Encouraging Travel for Vaccinated Individuals. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• Stimulus Aimed at Tackling Economic Hardship Beyond the Pandemic; Many Black Parents Weigh Remote Learning Versus Classrooms Amid Health Fears; Biden's Dogs Sent Home to Delaware After Biting Incident; NY Prosecutors Subpoena Firm that Loaned Trump Organization Millions. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• White House Discussed Including Travel Recommendations for Fully Vaccinated People in CDC Guidance But Decided Against; CDC: Women More Likely to Report Vaccine Side Effects Than Men; How Dr. Suess Allowed Biden to Pass COVID Relief Bill; Biden's Dogs Sent to Delaware Home after Aggressive Incident; Bush & Clinton Portraits Back Up at White House after Trump Took Them Down; FOX & GOP Slam Biden's Checks to Prisoners After Supporting Under Trump; Queen "Saddened" in 1st Response on Harry & Meghan Interview. Aired 2:30-3p ET


March 08, 2021
• Harry and Meghan Make Stunning Claims in Oprah Interview; Pope's Iraq Visit Ends, But It 'Will Remain' in His Heart; Myanmar Asks India to Return Police Personnel Seeking Refuge; Jury Selection Set to Begin in George Floyd Murder Trial; Years of War Leave Millions Hungry and in Need; U.S.-Bound Migrants Moved from Squalid Mexican Camp; Remembering the Bamiyan Buddhas Destroyed by the Taliban. Aired 12-1a ET
• U.S. Reporting Infections are Declining Because of Vaccinations; Pope Francis Concludes Visit in Iraq; Harry And Meghan Make Stunning Claims In Oprah Interview; Pro-Democracy Protestors March After Weekend Of Crackdowns; Trial Starts Monday For Ex-Officer Charged In George Floyd's Death; Biden Signs Executive Order Expanding Voting Access; Republicans advance voter suppression bills across U.S.; NBA All-Star Game: League Honor Historically Black Colleges And Universities. Aired 2-3a ET
• Life Inside the Palace; England Gradually Getting Back to Normal Life; Mixed Feelings Felt by Students; COVID Relief Bill on the Way to Approval by the House and the Senate; Pope Francis Iraq Visit a Success; Migrants Hoping to Enter U.S.; Duke and Duchess of Sussex Out with a Bombshell; U.K. Variant Now in 46 States; Governor Cuomo Not Stepping Down Despite Allegations; Protesters Expected During Derek Chauvin's Trial. Aired 3-4a ET
• Harry and Meghan Make Stunning Claims in Oprah Interview; Several U.S. States Easing COVID-19 Restrictions; Experts Worry Potential Super Spreader Events Could Fuel Surge; Russia Spreading Disinformation on U.S. Approved Vaccines; White House Hopeful for Quick Passage of COVID Relief Bill. Aired 4-4:30a ET
• Harry And Meghan's Tell All Interview; Just How Racist Is Buckingham Palace? Pope Leaves Iraq After Widely Hailed Visit; Pope's Iraq Visit Ends; Harry and Meghan Make Stunning Claims in Oprah Interview; Myanmar in Crisis; Gender Inequality in Japan Holds Economy Back; The Real Winners of the NBA All-Star Game. Aired 1-2a ET
• Harry and Meghan Make Stunning Claims on Oprah Interview; New York Majority Leader Calls for Cuomo's Resignation; Trial to Begin for Ex-Officer Charged in George Floyd's Death; Pope Returning Home After Farewell Ceremony in Iraq; Myanmar Protests Strike as Unions Call for Economic Shutdown; Women's Street Air Aims to Raise Awareness in France; NBA Honors Historically Black Colleges and Universities. Aired 4:30-5a ET
• House of Representatives to Vote on Relief Bill Tomorrow; Supreme Court Deals Another Blow to Trump in Election-Related Suit; Prince Harry and Meghan Make Bombshell Claims in New Interview. Aired 10-10:30a ET
• CDC Releases New Guidelines for Vaccinated Americans. Aired 11- 11:30a ET
• CDC Releases New Guidelines for Vaccinated Americans; Jury Selection on Hold in Derek Chauvin Trial; Prince Harry and Meghan Markle Make Stunning Claims in New Interview. Aired 11:30a-12p ET
• CDC Unveils Anticipated Guidelines for Fully Vaccinated People; 17 Million-Plus Watch Bombshell Interview of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle; Markle Says She Contemplated Suicide, Didn't Get Help from Royals. Aired 1-1:30p ET
• Jury Selection Begins in Derek Chauvin Trial; House of Representatives to Vote on Relief Bill Tomorrow; States Ease Restrictions Despite CDC Warnings of Threat from Variants; Harry and Meghan Detail Royal Struggles, from Discussions of Baby's Skin Tone to Suicidal Thoughts; Biden Opposes Gutting Filibuster Despite Slim Senate Majority; Futures Mixed As Inflation Fears Put Pressure on Global Markets. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• Interview with California Secretary of Health and Human Services Mark Ghaly; Derek Chauvin Trial Postponed; New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo Won't Resign Before Investigation. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• Meghan Markle Speaks Out; CDC Issues Guidelines For Vaccinated; COVID Relief Bill Heads to House. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• WH: Biden Remains Opposed To Ending Senate Filibuster; Texas To Lift Mask Mandate This Week Despite CDC Warnings; House Of Representative To Vote On Relief Bill Tomorrow. Aired 09:30-10a ET
• CDC Releases Guidelines for Vaccinated People; Meghan Markle Interview Reveals Mental Health Struggles; Interview with Former Press Secretary to Queen Elizabeth Charles Anson. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• New York Governor Cuomo: There is No Way I Resign; NYC Public High Schools to Reopen Classrooms March 22; Prince harry and Meghan Open Up in Bombshell Interview; Sen. Blunt Lates GOP Incumbent Not Seeking Re-election; Zero Republican Senators Voted for Emergency COVID Relief Bill. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• What's in COVID Relief Bill, What's Not; Roy Blunt Is Latest GOP Incumbent Not Seeking Re-Election; Biden to Mark 1 Year Since Shutdown in 1st Prime-Time Address; Mexican Restaurants Threatened with ICE for Enforcing Masks. Aired 1:30-2p ET
• Markle, Prince Harry Accuse Royals Of Racism Over Son's Skin Concerns; Judge Abruptly Dismisses Jury On Day 1 Of Floyd Death Trial; RNC Chair Suggests CNN Ignoring Story It Put Spotlight On; Jeff Zayach, Executive Director, Boulder County Public Health, Discusses Up To 800 At Street Party With Few Masks, No Social Distancing. Aired 2:30-3p ET


March 07, 2021
• Pope Meets Top Shiite Muslim Cleric, Will Visit Christian Town Devastated By ISIS; House To Vote On Revised COVID Bill Tuesday; California Amusement Parks To Reopen April 1; Comparing Top Coronavirus Vaccines; Some Mexican Towns Refusing Vaccines; Protesters In Thailand, Myanmar And Hong Kong Want More Freedom; Monarchy Braces For Interview With Harry And Meghan; Thousands Of Earthquakes Rock Iceland. Aired 12-1a ET
• House To Vote On Revised COVID Bill Tuesday; U.S. Could Reach Herd Immunity By Late Summer; Pope Meets Top Shiite Muslim Cleric, Will Visit Christian Town Devastated By ISIS; Monarchy Braces For Interview With Harry And Meghan; Women On The Front Lines Of Fight For Democracy; U.S. Could See Supercharged Tornado Season. Aired 2-3a ET
• California Amusement Parks Reopen April 1; House To Vote On Revised COVID Bill Tuesday; Pope Meets Top Shiite Muslim Cleric, Will Visit Christian Town Devastated By ISIS; Some Mexican Towns Refusing Vaccines; Prince Philip Recovers In Hospital; Monarchy Braces For Interview With Harry And Meghan; Protesters In Thailand, Myanmar And Hong Kong Want More Freedom. Aired 3-4a ET
• Texas Lifting Mask Mandate And Other Restrictions; House To Vote on Revised COVID Bill Tuesday; California Amusement Parks Reopen April 1; Pope Meets Top Shiite Muslim Cleric, Visits Christian Town Devastated By ISIS; Monarchy Braces For Interview With Harry And Meghan; Broadway Performers Take The Stage In Australia. Aired 4-5a ET
• House To Vote On Revised COVID Bill Tuesday; Pope Meets Top Shiite Muslim Cleric, Visits Christian Town Devastated By ISIS; Texas Lifting Mask Mandate And Other Restrictions; California Amusement Parks Reopen April 1; Prince Philip Recovers In Hospital; Monarchy Braces For Interview With Harry And Meghan; Some Mexican Towns Refusing Vaccines; Migrant Facilities Should Plan For COVID-19 Cases; Benjamin Netanyahu Battles To Keep His Job. Aired 5-6a ET
• NY Gov. Cuomo: There Is No Way I Resign; Interview With Sen. Bob Casey (D-PA); Biden Signs Executive Order Expanding Voter Access; Experts Warn U.S. Likely On Verge Of New Coronavirus Surge; CA Vaccine Rollout Rushing To Reach Reopening Benchmarks; Biden Signs Voting Rights Order On Bloody Sunday Anniversary; Jury Selection Begins Tomorrow In Derek Chauvin's Murder Trial; Pope Visits Iraqi Church Once Attacked By ISIS. Aired 2-3p ET
• Potential Superspreader Events Threaten U.S. Progress On COVID- 19; LeBron James Launches New Campaign To Defend Voting Rights; Biden Signs Executive Order On Voting Rights As Nation Marks 56 Years Since "Blood Sunday;" New York Governor Cuomo Says He Won't Resign Amid Sexual Harassment Allegations; Palace Braces For Harry And Meghan's Interview With Oprah. Aired 4-5p ET
• Joe Biden Signs Voting Rights Order On Bloody Sunday Anniversary; Interview With Rep. Terri Sewell (D-AL); WSJ Reports On Fourth Accusation Of Inappropriate Conduct Against Governor Andrew Cuomo; Interview With Rep. Ro Khanna (D-CA). Aired 3-4p ET
• Trial Of Derek Chauvin Starts Monday In Minneapolis; President Biden's COVID Relief Bill Passes Senate And Goes Back To Congress; Coronavirus Vaccinations Accelerate; Donald Trump To Campaign Against Sen. Lisa Murkowski; Oprah Winfrey Interviews Meghan Markle And Prince Harry; Economy Is Starting To Recover; CNN Original Series Lincoln: Divided We Stand. Aired 5-6p ET
• Gov. Andrew Cuomo (D-NY) Says He Will Not Resign; Russia Spreading Disinformation On Vaccines; Expert Warns We're In The Eye Of The Hurricane With COVID; Highly Contagious Variant Spikes As U.S. Races To Vaccinate; NBA Stars Highlight Political Issues On All-Star Weekend; Palace Braces For Harry And Meghan Interview With Oprah. Aired 6-7p ET
• Interview With New York Assemblywoman Yuh-Line Niou (D) About Calls For Governor Cuomo To Resign; Potential Superspreader Events Coast To Coast; Interview With Rep. James Clyburn (D-SC) About Bloody Sunday Anniversary; Pandemic Takes Heavy Toll On Children's Mental Health; Pope Francis Visits Iraqi Cities Once Decimated By ISIS; Russia Spreading Disinformation On Vaccines. Aired 7-8p ET


March 06, 2021
• Pope Meets with Iraqi Leaders; U.N. Security Council Split on Response to Myanmar Coup, Violence; Oprah's Interview with Harry and Meghan. Aired 12-12:30a ET
• Pope Meets with Iraqi Leaders; U.N. Security Council Split on Response to Myanmar Coup, Violence; E.U. Pressuring Vaccine Makers to Honor Delivery Contracts; Oprah's Interview with Harry and Meghan; Prince Philip Moved to Private Hospital; COVID-19 Overwhelms Brazilian Hospitals. Aired 2-2:45a ET
• Pope Meets with Iraqi Leaders; U.N. Security Council Split on Response to Myanmar Coup, Violence; E.U. Pressuring Vaccine Makers to Honor Delivery Contracts; Oprah's Interview with Harry and Meghan. Aired 3-3:30a ET
• Senate Continues Working on $1.9 Trillion COVID Relief Bill; Democratic Senator Joe Manchin Agrees to Compromise on Unemployment Benefits Included in COVID Relief Bill; Analysis Indicates Americans May Reach Herd Immunity to COVID-19 by Summer of 2021; Jackson, Mississippi, Mayor Chokwe Antar Lumumba Interviewed on Infrastructure Needs of His City and Restoring Water Service to All Resident; More Information Emerges from Charlotte Bennett who Accused New York Governor Andrew Cuomo of Sexual Misconduct. Aired 10-11a ET
• Democrats Work to Push Relief Bill through Senate; COVID-19 Reaches 116 Million Cases Worldwide, 25 Million Deaths; U.N. Security Council Split on Response to Myanmar Coup, Violence; Russian Pipeline Testing Biden's Resolve; Central Americans Now Think It's Easier to Enter U.S.; Oprah's Interview with Harry and Meghan; Pilots' Perspective on Flying during the Pandemic. Aired 4-5a ET
• Democrats Work To Push Relief Bill Through Senate; Senator Draws Scrutiny For Voting Down Minimum Wage; Pope Meets With Iraqi Leaders; Detroit Mayor Backtracks After First Declining J&J Vaccine; E.U. Pressuring Vaccine Makers To Honor Delivery Contracts; Chicago Hospital Home Vaccinates High-Risk Seniors; Vaccine Disparity Among Minorities; Chile Aims For Herd Immunity By End Of June; U.N. Security Council Split On Response To Myanmar Coup, Violence; Perseverance Rover Takes First Drive On Mars. Aired 5-6a ET
• Senate Passes $1.9 Trillion American Rescue Plan After Democratic Senator Joe Manchin Agrees To Compromise On Unemployment Benefits Included In Legislation; President Biden Praises Senate For Passing American Rescue Plan To Provide Economic Relief To Americans Affected By COVID-19; Interview With Rep. Nikema Williams (D-GA); Los Angeles County Increasing Vaccination Numbers; Texas Governor Lifts Mask Mandate; Author Mallika Chopra Interviewed On Well-Being Practices For Children During Pandemic. Aired 2-3p ET
• Senate Works To Pass $1.9 Trillion COVID Relief Bill; CNN Analysis: U.S. Could Reach Herd Immunity By Summer; Some States Roll Back Restrictions Despite Experts' Warnings; Investigation Into Sexual Harassment Allegations Against NY Governor; Georgia Election Interference Case To Go To Grand Jury; NBA Stars Plan Political Message For All-Star Game. Aired 11a-12p ET
• Senate Passes Biden's $1.9 Trillion COVID Relief Bill Along Party Lines; CNN Analysis: U.S. Could Reach Herd Immunity By Late Summer Through Vaccinations Alone; California Theme Parks & Arenas To Start Reopening April 1; Biden Administration Asks Facilities For Migrant Children To Open To Pre-Pandemic Levels; Texas Governor Stalls Efforts To Test Migrants For COVID; NYT & WSJ: Cuomo Aides Altered Data To Lower COVID Nursing Home Deaths By Nearly Half. Aired 3-4p ET
• By 50-49 Vote, Senate Passes Biden's $1.9 Trillion COVID Relief Plan; New York Governor Announces Record-High Single-Day Vaccinations; More Than A Dozen States Now Without Mask Mandates; Cuomo Accuser Charlotte Bennett: I Was "Terrified" During Second Meeting With Governor; NYT & WSJ: Cuomo Aides Altered Data To Lower COVID Nursing Home Deaths By Nearly Half; Officials Investigating Communication Between Capitol Rioters & Lawmakers As a Former Trump Official Faces Charges. Aired 1-2p ET
• Senate Passes Biden's $1.9 Trillion COVID Relief Bill Along Party Lines; CDC Still Finalizing Guidance On What's Safe For Vaccinated Americans; Migrants Increasingly Crowd Texas Shelters, Hoping To Gain Entry To U.S. Under President Biden; House Passes Bill Named In Honor Of George Floyd; Lebron James Joins Fight Against GOP- Led Bills Which Would Make It Hard To Vote. Aired 4-5p ET
• Senate Passes $1.9 Trillion COVID Relief Bill; Race To Vaccinate Intensifies As Some States Relax COVID Rules; Trump Appointee Charged For Role In Deadly Capitol Riot; Newly Released Bodycam Video Shows Man Crying Out To Officers Before Death: "I Can't Breathe"; Interview With Rep. Sheila Jackson Lee (D-TX); Biden: Relief Checks Will Start Going Out This Month; Pope Francis Holds Historic Meeting With A Revered Muslim Cleric. Aired 6-7p ET
• Senate Passes Biden's $1.9 Trillion COVID Relief Bill Along Party Lines; First Known Trump Political Appointee Charged In Capitol Riot; Albany Times Union Calls On Gov. Andrew Cuomo (D-NY) To Resign Amid Multiple Crises; Texas Governor Lifts Mask Mandate Despite Health Officials' Warnings; W. Kamal Bell Helps Combat Vaccine Misinformation And Hesitancy; House Passes Bill To Counter GOP-Led Efforts To Restrict Voter Access. Aired 5-6p ET
• Father Of Seven Records Heartbreaking Video For His Children Before Dying Of COVID-19; CNN Analysis: U.S. Could Reach Herd Immunity By Late Summer Through Vaccinations Alone; CDC Director: Guidance For Fully Vaccinated People Is Complex, Will Be Released Soon; Texas Democratic Representative Warns Biden About Immigration Consequences; House Passes Bill To Counter GOP Voting Restriction Efforts; Biden Pushes Schools To Reopen As White House Prioritizes Teachers For Vaccines; Royal Rift Deepens. Aired 7-8p ET
• Senate Passes $1.9 Trillion Relief Bill That Includes $1,400 Stimulus Checks; Race To Vaccinate Intensifies As Some States Relax COVID Rules; Trump To Campaign Against Sen. Lisa Murkowski (R-AK) In 2022; Unseen Footage From The Apollo 11 Mission; Former Neo-Nazi On Fighting Hatred; Pope Francis On First Ever Papal Trip To Iraq. Aired 8-9p ET
• Texas Governor Lifting Statewide Mask Mandate Wednesday; Some States Lifting Restrictions Despite Experts' Warnings; By 50-49 Vote, Senate Passes Biden's $1.9 Trillion COVID Relief Plan; Senator Tina Smith Is Interviewed About The $1.9 Trillion COVID Relief Bill By President Biden; FL Governor Faces Growing Claims Of Vaccine Favoritism. Aired 12-1p ET
• Pope Meets With Iraqi Leaders; U.N. Security Council Split On Response To Myanmar Coup, Violence; Oprah's Interview With Harry And Meghan. Aired 12-12:30a ET


March 05, 2021
• Violence Escalates in Myanmar as Crackdown on Protesters Intensifies; WHO Warns of Worrying Spike in European Cases; Italy Blocks Export of Vaccine Doses to Australia; New Zealand Downgrades Tsunami Warning; Beijing to Tighten Grip on Hong Kong as Parliament Opens; Oil Prices Surge After OPEC Extends Production Cuts; Pope Francis Leaves Italy For Landmark Trip To Iraq; Soon: Pope To Visit Baghdad Church Attacked In 2010; Duke Of Edinburgh Recovering After Heart Procedure; Fate Of Voting Rights Bill Unclear As it Heads To Senate; "QAnon Shaman" Says He Was At Capitol To Spread Positivity, Rioter Seen With Feet On Pelosi's Desk Has Court Outburst. Aired 2- 2:45a ET
• COVID Cases Increase Worldwide; Freedom Not Being Felt in Many Countries; Germany Reverse Vaccine Rules; Protesters Sings in the Streets of Myanmar; Cuba Developing Its Own COVID Vaccine; Papal Visit To Iraq; Palace Has No Comment About Markle's Remarks; Prince Philip's Health After Heart Procedure; New Zealand Earthquakes Warns Of Tsunami; OPEC, Allies Keep Lid On Oil Output; Latest U.S. Jobless Numbers To Be Released Friday; U.N. Calls For Probe Into Possible War Crimes In Tigray Region; Japanese Billionaire To Invite Eight People On Trip Around The Moon. Aired 3-4a ET
• Germany Approves Oxford-AstraZeneca Vaccine for 65 and Up; Protestors Return to the Streets Despite Escalating Violence; Beijing to Tighten Grip on Hong Kong as Parliament Opens; New Zealand Experiences Three Earthquakes; Pope Francis to Visit Baghdad Church Attacked in 2010; 118-Year-Old Woman to Become Oldest Olympic Torchbearer; Jared Kushner Missing from Recent Trump Meetings. Aired 12-12:45a ET
• U.S. Senate Takes Up Biden's $1.9 Trillion Legislation; 15 States Without Mask Mandates Amid Variant Threat; Investigators Examining Contacts Between Rioters and Lawmakers; Italy Blocks Export of Vaccine Doses to Australia; Pope Francis Departs for Baghdad on Historic Trip. Aired 4-4:30a ET
• Texas Governor Defends Next Week's Lifting of Mask Mandate; Latest U.S. Jobless Numbers to be Released Friday; Duke of Edinburgh's Procedure After a Heart Condition; Protesters Defy Violent Myanmar Military Crackdown; Thousands Gathered for National People's Congress; 118-Year-Old Woman to Become Oldest Torchbearer. Aired 4:30-5a ET
• In Europe, New Variants' Rate Of Spread Faster Than Rates Of Vaccination; Myanmar Crisis Deepens; Military Orders Seem To Be Shoot To Kill; Australian Vaccine Diverted To Italy By E.U.; Pope Francis Leaves For Iraq On Historic Visit; Myanmar Crimes Against Civilians Becoming Crimes Against Humanity; Australia's Vaccination Program; Pope Set to Visit Iraq Friday Despite Security Fears; Iraqi Christians Hope Pope Will Help Heal Their Wounds; U.N. Calls for Probe into Possible War Crimes in Tigray Region; Near-Record COVID-19 Cases Overwhelm Brazil's Hospitals; Oil Prices Surge After OPEC Extends Production Cuts; New Zealand Earthquakes; Fly Me to the Moon. Aired 1- 2a ET
• Senate Debating COVID Relief Bill Ahead of Vote-A-Ram; Mississippi Governor Defends Lifting Mask Mandate; U.S. Economy Adds 379,000 Jobs in February, Unemployment Slips to 6.2 Percent. Aired 10- 10:30a ET
• U.S. Economy Adds More Jobs Than Expected in February; Rep. Eric Swalwell (D-CA) Sues Trump and Allies for Inciting Capitol Riot; New York Times and Wall Street Journal Reports, Cuomo Aides Altered Data to Lower Nursing Home Deaths. Aired 11:30a-12p ET
• Senate Debating COVID Relief Bill Ahead of "Vote-a-Rama"; White House COVID Response Team Holds Briefing; U.S. Economy Adds More Jobs Than Expected in February. Aired 11-11:30a ET
• Derek Chauvin Trial Begins Next Week; Arizona County Opens Vaccines to All; Mayors Shift Responses as Johnson & Johnson Comes on Market. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• GOP Launches Stunts as Senate Advances COVID Relief Bill; Female Riot Suspect Asks for Less Restrictive Conditions in Jail; Fox Resorts to Culture War Menu after Host Vowed No More Junk Food. Aired 1-1:30p ET
• Swalwell Sues Trump; Investigations into Communications with Capitol Rioters; Sen. Mazie Hirono (D-HI) is Interviewed about the Capitol Attack; States Ease Restrictions Despite Warnings; Pope Francis Visits Iraq. Aired 9:30-10a
• Senate Begins Debate on $1.9 Trillion COVID Relief Bill; U.S. Economy Adds 379,000 Jobs in February; Mississippi Governor Doubles Down on Lifting Mask Mandate; NYT & WSJ: Cuomo Aides Altered Report on Nursing Home Deaths; Governor Cuomo's Accuser Speaks Out About Sexual Harassment Claims; Federal Investigators Examine Communications Between U.S. Lawmakers and Capitol Rioters. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• Cuomo Accuser Speaks Out; Senate Debates COVID Relief Package. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• COVID Relief Stalls in Senate; Confusion Follows Detroit Mayor Duggan's Vaccine Statements; New York Governor Andrew Cuomo Rewrote Nursing Home Report. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• President Biden Addresses COVID Relief as Senate Debates the Bill; 8 Democrats Vote Against Minimum Wage Increase in COVID Relief Bill; Trump Appointee Arrested in Connection with Capitol Riot; Russia Vows Retaliation Over U.S. Sanctions Per Navalny Poisoning. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• FOX Resorts to Culture War Menu after Host Vow "No More Junk Food"; Suspects Who Posed at Pelosi's Desk Screams "It's Not Fair" in Tantrum; Doses, Duchess, Dr. Seuss: What a Year This Week Has Been; Meghan Markle Says She's Giving Interview Now "Because I Can" as Royals Investigate Her Alleged Bullying. Aired 1:30-2p ET
• Vivian Zayas Discusses Lawsuit Over Mother's Death in Nursing Home & Cuomo Aides Rewrote Nursing Home Report to Hide Death Toll; Rep. Ilhan Omar (D-MN) Discusses COVID Relief, Getting $15 Minimum Wage, Possible Communications Between Congress Members & Capitol Riot Mob, Accountability for Khashoggi Murder; Nancy Navarro, Montgomery County Council Member, Discusses 2 Unmuted Staffers Mocking Her Latina Accent in Zoom Meeting. Aired 2:30-3p ET


March 04, 2021
• Dramatic Escalation of Violence against Myanmar Protesters; More African Nations begin Vaccinations Thanks to COVAX; Pope Francis to Meet Iraq's Minority Christians; ICC to Probe Alleged War Crimes in Palestinian Territories; ICC to Probe Alleged War Crimes in Palestinian Territories; Outrage Over Killing of Three Female Journalists in Afghanistan; Buckingham Palace to Investigate Claims Meghan Bullied Staff; Broadway Performers Take the Stage in Australia; Is There a Bias Against the Johnson & Johnson Vaccine?; Gov. Cuomo Apologizes, Rejects Calls to Resign. Aired 12-12:45a ET
• Myanmar's Street Violence Escalating by the Day; International Community Must Act Against Myanmar's Military; Royalties Using Their Positions to Get COVID Vaccine; Duke and Duchess of Sussex on Spotlight; Alexei Navalny in Quarantine; Germany Launch Five-Stage on Reopening; Far-right Party First To Be Put Under Surveillance In Germany; ICC To Investigate Israel, Palestinians For Alleged War Crimes; Investigation Underway Into Attack On Iraqi Air Base; Pope Francis Pushing Ahead With Trip To Iraq; Funerals Held For Murdered Journalist In Afghanistan; United Kingdom Reveals New Budget As Economy Struggles; Hacking Allegations Of Microsoft Against China; Japan To Decide On Allowing Overseas Spectators By March 25; COVID-19 Sends Broadway Performers To Australia. Aired 3-4a ET
• FBI, DHS Warn of Potential Violence at U.S. Capitol Today; President Biden Focused on COVID Economic Relief Bill; U.S. Health Officials Warn U.S. State Against Reopening; Meghan Suggest Palace May Be Perpetuating Falsehoods; Pope Francis Pushing Ahead with Trip to Iraq. Aired 4-4:30a ET
• Myanmar's Military Wages Brutal Response To Protesters; Israelis And Palestinians Under Investigation For War Crimes; Benjamin Netanyahu Courts Far Right Ahead Of Upcoming Election; Former Royal Couple Henry And Meghan: Preview Of Oprah Interview; COVID-19 Update; U.S. Figures, Brazil, Venezuela; German Intel Agents to Monitor Far- Right AFD Party; Germany to Slowly Relax COVID-19 Restrictions; Outrage over Killing of Three Female Journalists; Pentagon Silent on Who Attacked Iraqi Air Base; OPEC + under Pressure to Increase Oil Production. Aired 1-2a ET
• Change in National Guard Protocol Blamed for Slow Response; International Criminal Court to Probe Alleged War Crimes in Palestinian Territories; Prince Philip Underwent Heart Procedure; Dramatic Escalation of Violence in Myanmar Against Protesters; More African Nations Start Vaccinations Thanks to COVAX; Brazil Reports Highest Daily Death Toll for COVID-19. Aired 4:30-5a ET
• Sources Say, Security Review Complete, Calls for 1,000 More Capitol Police Officers; Biden Slams States Lifting Mask Mandates as Neanderthal Thinking; QAnon Conspiracy Theory at Center of Latest Threat on Capitol. Aired 10-10:30a ET
• Dramatic Escalation of Violence against Myanmar Protesters; Brazil Has Vaccinated Less Than 4 Percent of Its Population; ICC to Probe Alleged War Crimes in Palestinian Territories; Buckingham Palace to Investigate Claims Meghan Markle Bullied Staff; Investigation Underway into Attack on Iraqi Air Base; Pope Francis to Meet Iraq's Minority Christians; Broadway Performers Take the Stage in Australia. Aired 2-3a ET
• Desperate Small Businesses Wait for Third Round of Relief; Senate Gears Up for Marathon Push for COVID-19 Relief; Interview with Sen. Bob Menendez, Foreign Relations Chair, on Relief Bill; "Miami Herald" Reveals Wealthy Enclave Received Vaccine before Much of Florida; Facebook Lifts Ban on Political Ads. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• House Passes Sweeping Voting Rights Bill Over GOP Opposition; Data Shows Nursing Home Cases Plummet Nearly 90 Percent Since December Peak; Meghan Markle Says, Royal Family Perpetuated Falsehoods About Us. Aired 11:30a-12p ET
• U.S. Capitol Police Warns of Threat Today, House Cancels Session; Texas Governor Greg Abbott Faces Backlash For Lifting Restrictions; Pelosi: Changed House Schedule "Mostly" to Accommodate GOP Issues Sessions, Not Due to Security Threats from Right-Wing Extremists. Aired 11-11:30a ET
• Biden Slams States Lifting Mask Mandates As "Neanderthal Thinking"; Texas Governor Faces Backlash After Lifting COVID Restriction; Meghan Markle to Oprah: Royal Family "Perpetuated Falsehoods" About Us; FBI and DHS Warn of Another Possible Attack on U.S. Capitol; Senate Gears Up for Marathon Effort in Push for COVID Relief; Interview with Representative Tim Ryan (D-OH) about Securing the Capitol. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• GOP Plots Stunts as Senate Advances Biden's COVID Relief Bill; U.S. Bishops Discourage Catholics from Taking J&J Vaccine; Case Involving Trump May Be Heading to Grand Jury Soon. Aired 1-1:30p ET
• State Official Removed after Saying "Death of America" and Making Racist Comments; Republican Stunts in Opposition to COVID-19 Relief Bill; Interview with Rep. Ted Lieu on Canceling Congress amid Fears of Capitol Violence; Texas Governor Stalled Funds to Test Migrants, Then Blames Them for Spreading COVID-19; Arizona Doctor Reaches Breaking Point as States Reopen without Mandates; Transportation Department Watchdog Asked for Criminal Probe Secretary Elaine Chao over Ethics. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• House Passes Voting Rights Bill; House Passes Police Reform Bill; Georgia Probe Heads to Grand Jury; Meghan Markle on Royal Family; Cuomo Apologizes but Rejects Resigning. Aired 9:30-10a ET.
• COVID Relief; Republican Governors Eliminating COVID Safety Measures; Interview With Rep. Ruben Gallego (D-AZ); Capitol Threats. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• Senate Gears Up for Marathon Effort in Push for COVID Relief; Interview with Rep. Eric Swalwell (D-CA), Narrow Income Eligibility for Stimulus Checks; House Passes Sweeping Voting Rights Bill Over GOP Opposition; Texas Governor Stalled Federal Aid to Test migrants for COVID; Inspector General Report Says Elaine Chao Used Office to Help Family; Meghan Accuses Royal Family of Perpetuating Falsehoods. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• Case Involving Trump May Be Heading to Grand Jury Soon; GOP's Yellow Brick Road Pursuit Toward a Power Charade; Biden Trails Presidential Predecessors in Holding 1st Solo News Conference; Dr. Seuss Taking Over Best-Seller List after 6 Books Pulled; Markle Accuses Royals of "Perpetuating Lies" in Oprah Interview; Royals to Investigate If Markle Bullied Staff in Unusual Announcement; State Department Official Removed for Racist Post about V.P. Harris. Aired 1:30-2p ET
• Trump's DOJ Declined Criminal Ethics Probe into Elaine Chao; Trump Investigators Focusing on His Longtime Finance Chief; Cuomo Accused of Sexual Harassment After Speaking Out Against It for Years. Aired 2:30-3p ET


March 03, 2021
• How a Religious Festival Turned into a Massacre; Health Experts Warn against Relaxing COVID-19 Restrictions; U.S. Finds Russia Poisoned Navalny, Joins E.U. in Sanctions; Mental Health Concerns Rising among Children; Biden: Mental Health Concerns Rising Among Children; Attacks on Asian Americans Surging Across U.S.; NYT: Third Woman Accuses Gov. Cuomo of Unwanted Advances; Family Remembers Leonard Davis, 88, Who Contracted COVID Days Before Scheduled for COVID Shot. Aired 12-12:45a ET
• Genocide Unveiled in Tigray Region; Europe Makes U-turn on AstraZeneca; Germany Looking to Ease Restrictions; Protests in Myanmar Not Ending Soon; U.S. Sanction Russian Officials; Domestic Terrorism Growing in the U.S.; First Johnson And Johnson Vaccine Doses Administered; Health Experts Warn Against Relaxing Restrictions; Countries Grappling With Economic Impact Of Virus; U.K. Budget Day 2021, What To look For; U.S. Senate Taking Up COVID Relief Plan This Week; Reggae Legend Dead At 73; Australian Attorney General Denies Rape Allegations; Famine Crisis In Yemen; Israeli Right-Wing Courting Arab Voters; Violent Crimes In Arab Israeli Town Gets Attention; Dolly Parton Gets COVID-19 Vaccine; Iowa Pizzeria Under Fire, A Slice Of Controversy. Aired 3-4a ET
• Biden: Enough Vaccines for Every U.S. Adult by End of May; Biden Pushing to Pass His $1.9 Trillion Relief Plan; White House Withdraws Nomination of Neera Tanden to OMB; U.S. Finds Russia Poisoned Navalny, Joins EU in Sanctions; Supreme Court Appears to Favor Arizona's New Rules; FBI Director: Domestic Terrorism is Metastasizing; How a Religious Festival Turned into a Massacre. Aired 4-4:30a ET
• U.S. Finds Russia Poisoned Navalny, Joins E.U. in Sanctions; Italy to Close Schools in COVID-19 Hot Spots; Ousted Myanmar President Faces Two New Charges; Three Female Media Workers Killed in Jalalabad; FBI Director: Domestic Terrorism is "Metastasizing"; Countries Grappling with Economic Impact of Virus. Aired 2-2:45a ET
• Biden: Enough Vaccines for Every U.S. Adult by End of May; Texas Lifts Mask Mandate and Other Restrictions; Germany Mulls Next Steps as Cases Rise, Vaccinations Stall; Attacks on Asian Americans Surging Across U.S.; QAnon Theory Prompts U.S. Capitol to Increase Security. Aired 4:30-5a ET
• White House Boosts Vaccine Production With Merck-J&J Deal; Myanmar Military Responds With Force, Pressing New Charges; Continued Crackdown As Myanmar's U.N. Presence Under Question; U.S. States Ease Restrictions, Numbers Show Variants Are Not Letting Up; Stimulus Bill: Progressive Democrats Want More; CNN Investigation Reveals Mass Civilian Murder In Tigray; FBI Director: Domestic Terrorism is "Metastasizing"; Three Female Media Workers Killed in Jalalabad; More than Half the Population in Yemen is Going Hungry; Arab Israeli Towns Seeing Rise in Violent Crime; Two Cuban Vaccine Candidates to Start Late-Stage Trials; U.S. States Grapple with How to Safely Reopen Schools. Aired 1-2a ET
• FBI Warns of Extremist Chatter to Attack U.S. Capitol Tomorrow; Biden Says, We Will Have Enough Vaccines for All U.S. Adults by End of May; FBI and Defense Officials Testify on Deadly Insurrection. Aired 10-10:30a ET
• Alessandra Biaggi is Interviewed about Andrew Cuomo; Chatter of U.S. Capitol Attack Tomorrow; Georgia Takes up Voting Bill; Vaccination Sites Open in Florida. Aired 9:30-10a ET
• FBI and Defense Officials Testify on Deadly Insurrection. Aired 11:30a-12p ET
• FBI & Defense Officials Testify on Deadly Insurrection. Aired 11-11:30a ET
• Biden Vows Enough Vaccines for All U.S. Adults by the End of May; Texas, Mississippi Lift Mask Mandates and Allow Businesses to Reopen; FBI Warns of Extremist Chatter to Attack U.S. Capitol Tomorrow; Air Base Hosting U.S. Troops in Iraq targeted in rocket attack; Growing Number of New York Democrats Call on Governor Cuomo to Resign. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• FBI Warns of Extremist Chatter to Attack U.S. Capitol Tomorrow; Biden Makes Concession on Checks in $1.9 Trillion COVID Relief Talks; Gov. Andrew Cuomo (D-NY) Speaks amid Harassment, Nursing Home Allegations. Aired 1-1:30p ET
• Live Coverage of Senate Hearing on the January 6th Insurrection; Opening Statements by Robert Salesses, Melissa Smislova, Jill Sanborn, William J. Walker; Questioning by Sen. Gary Peters (D- MI). Aired 10:30-11a ET
• QAnon Conspiracies and President Trump; Andrew Cuomo Breaks Silence; Congress Investigates Capitol Riot. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• Interview with Rep. Eric Swalwell (D-CA); Live Coverage of President Biden Press Conference; President Biden Reduces Stimulus Checks' Phase Out. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• NY Governor Cuomo Holds Press Briefing; Pence Pushes Big Lie in Op-Ed 6 Weeks after Capitol Attack. Aired 1:30-2p ET
• FBI, DHS Warn of Extremist Chatter to Attack the Capitol; Biden Advances Vaccine Timeline as Some Governors Rip Off Restrictions; Biden Slams "Neanderthal Thinking" on Governor's Lifting COVID Restrictions; Attacks on Asian-Americans Surge Throughout Pandemic. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• Scathing Report: Rep. Ronny Jackson Harassed Staff, Drank On Job; States Trying To Turn "The Big Lie" Into Law That Will Impact Voting; State Sen. Andrea Stewart-Cousins (D-NY) Discusses Governor Cuomo's Apology, Refusal To Resign Amid Sexual Harassment Allegations; Mixed Opinions Among Business Owners As Texas Ends Mask Mandate. Aired 2:30-3p ET


March 02, 2021
• COVID Cases Rise Worldwide; Kidnapped Schoolgirls in Nigeria Now Back Home; Vaccinations Working in Britain; President Biden Under Pressure Over Campaign Promises; President Biden Met with Mexico's President; Manufacturers Racing to Produce Millions Of Vaccine; Papal Visit to Iraq, He's First Trip Outside Italy Since Coronavirus Pandemic; Regional Foreign Ministers to Pressure Myanmar Junta; Pledges from Donor Conference Disappointing; Stakes High in Landmark Hong Kong Hearing; When Politics and Sports Collide; Global Carbon Dioxide Emissions Rising After Steep Drop; Harry and Meghan Speak To Oprah. Aired 3-4a ET
• Rise In COVID-19 Cases For First Time In Seven Weeks; Johnson & Johnson Starts Shipping One-Dose Vaccine; Official Tells Migrants To Wait Before Traveling To U.S.; Former French President Sentenced To Prison For Corruption; Hong Kong Hearing Resumes For 47 Pro-Democracy Activists; Biden Meets With Lawmakers To Push COVID-19 Relief Bill; U.N. Chief: Pledges From Donor Conference For Yemen 'Disappointing'; Britain's Prince Philip Moved To Second London Hospital; New York Attorney General To Start Investigation Into Cuomo Harassment Allegations. Aired 12-12:45a ET
• Global Coronavirus Cases Up For The First Time In Seven Weeks; Former French President, Sarkozy, To Appeal Prison Sentence; J&J 'One- And-Done' Vaccine To Start Being Given Today; Live Update: 300 Nigerian Schoolgirls Freed; U.S. Averaging 1.7 Million Vaccine Shots Per Day; Johnson & Johnson Vaccine; Calls for Stronger Response as Violence Escalates; Landmark Hearing Resumes for 47 Pro-Democracy Activists; Global Carbon Dioxide Emissions Rising after Steep Drop; Britain's Prince Philip Moved to Second London Hospital. Aired 1-2a ET
• New Warnings as Third Vaccine Rolls Out; U.S. Starts Distributing Johnson & Johnson Vaccine; Biden Discusses Immigration, Pandemic with Mexican President; More than 300 People Charged in Connection with Deadly Riot; Third Woman Accuses New York Governor of Sexual Harassment; Goya CEO Under Fire, Falsely Calls Trump "Legitimate" President. Aired 4-4:30a ET
• 279 Kidnapped Schoolgirls Rescued and Safe in Nigeria; Rise in COVID-19 Cases for First Time in Seven Weeks; 15 Percent of U.S. Public Given at least One Vaccine Dose; Official Tells Migrants to Wait before Traveling to U.S.; Pledges for Yemen from Donor Conference "Disappointing"; Calls for Stronger Response in Myanmar as Violence Escalates; Pope to Visit Iraq Despite COVID-19 and Terrorism Threats; Global CO2 Rising after Steep Drop. Aired 2-2:45a ET
• U.S. Starts Distributing Johnson & Johnson Vaccine; BioNTech CEO: Studying Vaccine's Effectiveness Against Variants; U.S. Schools Begin to Tackle Problems of Reopening Safely; Pope to Visit Iraq Despite COVID and Terrorism Threats; Britain's Prince Philip Moved to Second London Hospital; Prince Harry Compares Split from Royals to Princess Diana. Aired 4:30-5a ET
• Senators Grill FBI Director Over Insurrection Security Failures; FBI Director Gives First Public Testimony Since Insurrection. Aired 10-10:30a ET
• Biden to Announce Merck will Work with Johnson & Johnson to Manufacture Vaccine; Biden to Meet with Senate Democrats on COVID Relief Bill; Calls Grow for New York Governor Cuomo to Resign As Third Accuser Emerges; Senators to Grill FBI Director Over Insurrection Security Failures; Texas FEMA Sites to Receive 24,000 J&J Vaccine Doses. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• Senators Grill FBI Director Over Insurrection, Domestic Terror. Aired 11-11:30a ET
• Senators Grill FBI Director Over Insurrection, Domestic Terror. Aired 11:30a-12p ET
• Senators Grill FBI Director Over Insurrection, Domestic Terror. Aired 1-1:30p ET
• Live Coverage as FBI Director Wray Testifies Before Senate Judiciary Committee; Questioning by Sen. Dick Durbin (D-IL), Sen. Chuck Grassley (R-IA), Sen. Patrick Leahy (D-VT), and Sen. Lindsey Graham (R-SC); Questions Focus on January 6th Insurrectionists, Politics, Investigation. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• New Cuomo Allegations; FBI Director Testifies on Capitol Hill; Johnson & Johnson Vaccine Rollout Begins. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• Calls Grow for New York Governor's Resignation; Supreme Court Hears Arizona's Voting Rights Case; Trump Facing Five Probes. Aired 9:30-10a ET.
• FBI Director Wray Testifies on January 6th Insurrection; Wray: FBI "Repeatedly" Warned of Domestic Extremism, Especially Surrounding Election Issues; Wray Says No Evidence of "Fake Trump Supporters" at Capitol Riot; Biden Urges Democrats to Reject Poison Pills that May Sink Relief Plan; Trump's Surgeon General Breaks with Fauci, Says to Prioritize 1st Doses. Aired 1:30-2p ET
• Interview with Former FBI Agent Peter Strzok; Proud Boys Leader Trial Begins Today; Kayleigh McEnany Claims Surprise at Insurrection. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• GOP Congressman Facing Troubling Allegations About His Past; Georgia Republicans Pass Bill That Imposes New Voter Restrictions; Biden Meets with Democratic Senators in Final Pitch for COVID Relief Bill; Florida Governor DeSantis Under Fire Over Elite Vaccine Clinics. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• Third Woman Accuses Cuomo Of Unwanted Advances & Six Democrat New York Lawmakers Call For His Impeachment; GOP's Madison Cawthorn Faces Sexual Harassment Allegations; Cruz Says Democrats "Abandoned" Working Class, Forgetting He Hit Cancun During Crisis; Nikki Haley Flip Flops Between Condemning And Praising Trump; First J&J Vaccine Doses Administered To Patients. Aired 2:30-3p ET


March 01, 2021
• Former President Repeats Election Lies at Conference; Anti-Coup Protestors March the Day After Deadly Crackdowns; Hearing Delayed for Hong Kong Activists Facing Charges; WHO: Some Countries Undermining Global Vaccine Efforts; U.S. Condemns Weekend Houthi Attack Against Saudi Arabia; Migrant Numbers Surging at Mexico-Guatemala Border. Aired 12-1a ET
• Trump Cements His Hold On The Republican Party At CPAC; Myanmar's Deadliest; 18 People Killed In Clashes; New Zealand's One Case That Shut Down A City; J&J Starts Shipping America's Third Vaccine; Court Hearing to Start for 47 Hong Kong Activists; Aung San Suu Kyi Appears in Court by Video; Australia's Wine Makers Suffer Over Harsh China Tariffs; China and Australia, Where to? Report on Khashoggi could impact business in Saudi Arabia; Awards Season Kicks Off. Aired 1-2a ET
• U.S. With Third Vaccine for the Public; Donald Trump Tease to Run in 2024; Trump Supporters Stick with Him; President Biden Being Soft on Saudi Arabia; Governor Andrew Cuomo Under Heavy Scrutiny; U.S. Notice Human Rights Violations in Myanmar; Trials in Hong Kong Spark New Anger; U.S. Expected to Elaborate Actions Against Saudis; Central American Migrants Make the Grueling Journey North; Vaccine Distrust in Germany; Showing Solidarity; Stars Stay Home for the Golden Globes. Aired 3-4a ET
• Johnson & Johnson Vaccine to Begin Shipping; Health Experts Hope Johnson & Johnson Speed Up Vaccinations; Former President Trump Repeats Election Lies During Speech at CPAC; Gov. Cuomo Responds to Allegations of Sexual Harassment; Anti-Coup Protesters March Day After Deadly Crackdown in Myanmar; Reports: Ang San Suu Kyi Faces Third Charge in Court; Hearing Resume for 47 Hong Kong Activists with Subversion. Aired 4-4:30a ET
• Court Hearing To Start For 47 Hong Kong Activists; Migrants Say Biden Presidency Gives Them Hope; CNN Team Helps Migrants Attacked During Journey North; Former President Donald Trump Makes an Appearance at CPAC; Myanmar's Prime Minister Aung San Suu Kyi Appears in Court; Deadly Pro-Democracy Rally in Thailand; CDC Approves Johnson & Johnson Vaccine; Hong Kong Court Charge 47 Activist. Aired 2-3a ET
• U.S. Expected to Elaborate Action Against Saudis; Central American Migrants Make the Grueling Journey North; U.K. Vaccine Rollout Expands to People Aged 60 and Older; Some Germans Rejecting Oxford-AstraZeneca Shots; Award Season Kicks Off with Telecast Altered by Pandemic. Aired 4:30-5a ET
• Johnson & Johnson Vaccine Doses Shipped, Injections Begin Tomorrow; Senate Could Begin Debate on $1.9 Trillion Relief Bill This Week; Trump Delivers Speech Filled with Debunked Lies at CPAC. Aired 10-10:30a ET
• Senate Could Begin Debate on $1.9 Trillion Relief Bill This Week; Gov. Andrew Cuomo (D-NY) Apologizes amid New Allegations of Sexual Harassment; Trump Teases 2024 Presidential Run in Lie-Filled CPAC Speech. Aired 11:30a-12p ET
• J&J Vaccine Shipment Arrives at Louisville Airport; White House COVID Briefing as J&J Vaccine Rollout Begins; CDC: "Deeply Concerned" at COVID Case Trajectory. Aired 11-11:30a ET
• Johnson & Johnson Single-Dose Vaccine on Way to Americans; Gov. Andrew Cuomo (D-NY) amid New Allegations of Sexual Harassment; Goya CEO Repeats Trump Election Lies Despite Company Muzzling Him. Aired 1- 1:30p ET
• Johnson & Johnson Vaccine Doses Shipped, Injections Begin Tomorrow; Mass Vaccination Site Opens in Connecticut; Pressure Turns to Senate to Close Deal on COVID Relief; Senator Murkowski to Meet with Embattled OMB Director Nominee; Stock Futures Up After House Passes Biden's COVID Relief Package. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• Supreme Court to Hear Arizona Voting Restrictions Cases Tomorrow; Interview with Rep. Vicente Gonzalez (D-TX); BioNTech CEO Encourages COVID-19 Vaccine Against Variants. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• Trump Addresses CPAC; Senate Gets Biden's COVID Relief Bill; Johnson & Johnson Vaccine Begins Shipping Out. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• Trump Tightens Grip on Party; Cuomo Apologizes Amid New Allegations; Attacks on Asian Americans Soaring; White House Facing Backlash over Saudi Arabia. Aired 9:30-10a
• Johnson & Johnson Vaccine Shipments Begin; Interview with former Rep. Joe Walsh (R-IL); New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo Releases Apology Following Sexual Harassment Allegations. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• New York's Cuomo Apologizes Amid Allegations of Sexual Harassment; White House Defends Not Applying Sanctions to the Saudi Crown Prince; Lady Gaga's Dog Walker Speaks Out About the Near-Fatal Attack. Interview with Ron Kim, State Assemblyman (D-NY), Governor Andrew Cuomo's allegations of nursing home deaths and sexual harassment. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• Goya CEO Repeats Trump Election Lies Despite Company Muzzling Him; Ivy League FOX Host Dismisses "Esoteric" Ivy League Discussions; Prince Harry Opens Up on Royals Split: Feared Suffering Diana's Fate. Aired 1:30-2p ET
• Plastic Surgeon Attends Virtual Traffic Court During Surgery; Nearly 400,000 Texans Still Under Boil-Water Advisory; Democrats' Dream Of $15 Minimum Wage Slipping Away. Aired 2:30-3p ET


February 28, 2021
• J&J Vaccine Rollout Plan; Pfizer Aims For Vaccine Tests On Children 5 And Older; Trump To Speak At CPAC; New Yorkers Rally Against Attacks On Asian Americans; French Students Suffer Mentally From Lockdowns; COVID-19 Exposes Decades Of Neglect In Canada's Care Homes; Two Protesters Killed In Myanmar Protest; Funeral For Captain Sir Tom Moore. Aired 1-2a ET
• Trump To Speak At CPAC; J&J Vaccine Rollout Plan; Two Protesters Killed In Myanmar Protest; COVID-19 Exposes Decades Of Neglect In Canada's Care Homes; Pfizer Aims For Vaccine Tests On Children 5 And Older; New Yorkers Rally Against Attacks On Asian Americans; World Far From Reaching Paris Agreement Goals; Table Tennis Champ To Help Fight Climate Change. Aired 2-3a ET
• States Beginning To Lift Some COVID-19 Restrictions; J&J Vaccine Rollout Plan; South Dakota Governor Bashes Fauci At CPAC; Two Protesters Killed In Myanmar Protest; State Republican Lawmakers Try To Make Voting Harder; New Yorkers Rally Against Attacks On Asian Americans; COVID-19 Exposes Decades Of Neglect In Canada's Care Homes; Irish Police Arrest 23 In Dublin Anti-Lockdown Protests; Funeral For Captain Sir Tom Moore. Aired 3-4a ET
• J&J Vaccine Rollout Plan; Two Protesters Killed In Myanmar Protest; Trump To Speak At CPAC; Funeral For Captain Sir Tom Moore; French Students Suffer Mentally From Lockdowns; COVID-19 Exposes Decades Of Neglect In Canada's Care Homes; Shortage Of Plumbing Supplies After Winter Storm. Aired 4-5a ET
• J&J Vaccine Rollout Plan; Trump To Speak At CPAC; French Students Suffer Mentally From Lockdowns; State Republican Lawmakers Try To Make Voting Harder; Funeral For Captain Sir Tom Moore. Aired 5- 6a ET
• One-Dose Wonder; Gov. Cuomo Accused Of Sexual Harassment By Second Former Aide; DOJ Charges Man Accused Of Spraying Officers With Chemicals; Rep. Tim Ryan (D-OH) Is Interviewed About The COVID Relief Bill; Biden Admin Set To Clarify Sanctions Against Saudi Arabia. Aired 2-3p ET
• CDC Panel Votes To Recommend Johnson & Johnson Vaccine; NYT Reports Governor Cuomo Accused Of Sexual Harassment By Second Former Aide; 500,000 Texans Still Under Boil Water Advisory. Aired 3-4p ET
• Trump To Make First Post-Presidency Remarks At CPAC; Interview With Rep. Adam Kinzinger (R-IL) About Trump Speaking At CPAC; Johnson & Johnson Vaccine; Biden's Promise To Punish Saudi Crown Prince; CNN Heroes. Aired 4-5p ET
• Former President Trump Speaks At CPAC; CDC Recommends Johnson & Johnson One-Shot Vaccine; Another Former Aide Accuses Governor Cuomo Of Sexual Harassment; Anemic Job Growth In January; Golfers Honor Tiger Woods. Aired 5-6p ET
• New York Governor Cuomo Responds To Allegations Of Sexual Harassment; New Single-Dose Vaccine Cleared For National Rollout; Interview With John Bolton On Trump's CPAC Speech. Aired 6-7p ET
• New York Governor Cuomo Apologizes Amid New Allegation Of Sexual Harassment; Johnson & Johnson's Single-Dose Vaccine Cleared For National Rollout; Trump Still Popular During CPAC Despite Losing White House; Migrants Beaten And Robbed In Search For A Better Life In The U.S.; Trump At CPAC Again Denies He Lost 2020 Election; The Food Capital Of Italy. Aired 7-8p ET


February 27, 2021
• U.S. House Passes Biden's $1.9 Trillion COVID Relief Package; FDA Expected to Authorize Johnson & Johnson Vaccine Saturday; Saudi Crown Prince Approved Khashoggi Killing; London's Rat Population Booms in Lockdown. Aired 2:30-3a ET
• U.S. House Passes Biden's $1.9 Trillion COVID Relief Package; FDA Expected to Authorize Johnson & Johnson Vaccine Saturday; Saudi Crown Prince Approved Khashoggi Killing; More than 300 Schoolgirls Abducted in Nigeria; U.S. Airstrikes Hit Iran-Backed Militia in Syria; Golden Idol of Trump Displayed at GPAC; Prince Harry Opens Up to James Corden. Aired 3-4a ET
• House of Representatives Passes $1.9 Trillion COVID Relief Package with No Republican Votes; Senate Parliamentarian Rules $15 Minimum Wage Increase Cannot be Included in Reconciliation Bill; FDA Expected to Recommend Emergency Use Authorization Johnson & Johnson Single-Dose Coronavirus Vaccine; Conservative Political Action Conference Does Not Invite Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell to Speak at Event; FBI Identifies Suspect in Death of Capitol Police Officer Brian Sicknick During January 6th Riot; Ohio High School has Successfully Reopened to In-Person Instruction Despite Not Following All CDC Guidelines concerning COVID-19. Aired 10-11a ET
• U.S. House Passes Biden's $1.9 Trillion COVID Relief Package; Coronavirus Variants Likely More Common than Testing Shows; Saudi Crown Prince Approved Khashoggi Killing; U.S. Airstrikes Hit Iran- Backed Militia in Syria; "Too Much Vaccine in the Fridge" in Germany; U.K. to Continue Vaccine Rollout Based on Age; Study Raises Privacy Concerns over Immunity Passports; More than 300 Schoolgirls Abducted in Nigeria; London's Rat Population Booms in Lockdown. Aired 4-5a ET
• U.S. House Passes Biden's $1.9 Trillion COVID Relief Package; FDA Expected to Authorize Johnson & Johnson Vaccine Saturday; Saudi Crown Prince Approved Khashoggi Killing; U.S. Airstrikes Hit Iran- Backed Militia in Syria; Biden Promises to Help Texas Post-Storms; Latin American Officials in Vaccine Scandal; More than 300 Schoolgirls Abducted in Nigeria; Prince Harry Opens Up to James Corden. Aired 5-6a ET
• FDA Considering Emergency Use Authorization For Third Vaccine; Biden Calls On Senate To Quickly Pass $1.9 Trillion COVID Relief Bill; Pfizer To Begin Vaccine Trials With Children As Young As 5; Anthony Blinken: Didn't Want Sanctions To "Rupture" Ties With Saudis; Biden Orders Strikes Targeting Iranian-Backed Militia; FBI Identifies Suspect In Death Of Capitol Police Officer; Conservative Conference Set To Indulge Lies About 2020 Election; CDC Issues New Ventilation Recommendations For Schools. Aired 12-1p ET
• House Passes Biden's $1.9 Trillion COVID Relief Package; Interview With Rep. Raja Krishnamoorthi (D-IL); FDA Considering Emergency Use Authorization For Third Vaccine; FBI Identifies Suspect In Death Of Capitol Police Officer; Former President Looms Large At Annual Conservative Conference; Tiger Woods In "Good Spirits" After Follow-up Surgeries On Leg. Aired 11a-12p ET
• House Of Representatives Passes $1.9 Trillion COVID Relief Package With No Republican Votes; FDA Expected To Recommend Emergency Use Authorization Johnson & Johnson Single-Dose Coronavirus Vaccine; Tiger Woods Recovering From Surgeries After Car Crash; Report Implicates Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman As Ordering Killing Of Journalist Jamal Khashoggi; Biden Administration Orders Airstrike Against Iranian-Backed Militias In Syria; FBI Identifies Suspect in Death of Capitol Police Officer Brian Sicknick During January 6th Riot. Aired 2-3p ET
• FDA Considering Emergency Use Authorization For Third Vaccine; $1.9 Trillion Relief Bill Heads For Senate After Passing House; White House Levels Sanctions On Saudi Arabia Over Khashoggi Killing; White House Move To Reopen Detention Facilities Draw Widespread Criticism, Comparison To Trump White House; "Rise Up Against Anti-Asian Hate" Rally Underway; Landlords Hit As Unpaid Rent Piles Up From Eviction Moratorium. Aired 1-2p ET
• Biden Calls On Senate To Quickly Pass $1.9 Trillion COVID Relief Bill; Interview With Rep. Ro Khanna (D-CA); FDA Expected To Authorize J&J Vaccine For Emergency Use; Trump Makes Fundraising Moves Ahead Of CPAC Speech; Republicans Embrace Trump & His Big Lie At CPAC; Cruz Jokes About Cancun Controversy At CPAC; White House Levels Sanctions On Saudi Arabia Over Khashoggi Killing, Except Crown Prince; Prince Harry: British Press Was "Destroying" His Mental Health. Aired 3-4p ET
• House Passes Biden's $1.9 Trillion COVID Relief Bill; Rally Held In New York After Uptick In Anti-Asian Violence; 2024 GOP Presidential Hopefuls Overshadowed By Trump; QAnon Supporters Look To March 4th For Trump To Re-enter Presidency; Capitol Police Chief: Extremists Want To "Blow Up The Capitol"; Tiger Woods "In Good Spirits" After Undergoing Follow-up Surgeries; FDA Expected To Approve Single-Dose Johnson &Johnson Vaccine For Emergency Use. Aired 4-5p ET
• CNN Reports, Trump Makes Fundraising Moves Ahead Of CPAC Speech; FDA Considering Emergency Use Authorization For Third Vaccine; CNN Speaks To Leader Of The Far-Right Proud Boys Group; Source: Trump Plotting 2024 Run, Revenge Ahead Of CPAC Speech; Answering Viewer's Questions In CNN's "Cross Exam". Aired 5-6p ET
• New Single-Dose Vaccine Nears Emergency Use Authorization; Biden's $1.9 Trillion Relief Heads For Senate Showdown; CPAC Becomes Base For Trump Reboot With His Speech Tomorrow; Conservatives Celebrate Trump At CPAC Despite Election Loss; New Yorkers Unite At Rally Against Anti-Asian Violence; Thousands Of Migrant Families Surging Toward The Border Prompts Biden's First Migration Crisis. Aired 6-7p ET
• FDA Authorizes Third COVID-19 Vaccine For Emergency Use; George Takei On Rise Of Attacks Of Asian Americans; CPAC Becomes Base For Trump Reboot With His Speech Tomorrow; U.S. Intel: Saudi Crown Prince Approved Operation That Killed Jamal Khashoggi; New Government Study Targets COVID Long-Haul Symptoms; NYT Reports Governor Cuomo Accused Of Sexual Harassment By A Second Former Aide. Aired 7-8p ET
• FDA Authorizes Third COVID-19 Vaccine For Emergency Use; CPAC Becomes Base For Trump Reboot With His Speech Tomorrow; "New York Times:" Gov. Andrew Cuomo (D-NY) Accused Of Sexual Harassment By A Second Former Aide; Attack Against Asian-Americans On The Rise Due To Pandemic; CNN Goes Inside The Dangerous QAnon Movement; Sources: FBI Identifies Suspect In Death Of Capitol Police Officer Brian Sicknick. Aired 8-9p ET


February 26, 2021
• U.S Carries Out Airstrikes in Syria; Coronavirus Pandemic; Mass Vaccinations Underway in Hong Kong; India Aims to Vaccinate 300 Million People by August; Concerns Over India Vaccine Study; Accusations of Ethics Violations in India Vaccine Trials; Asia Markets Take Sharp Drop; U.S. Futures Down After Rough Day Thursday. Aired 2- 3aET
• U.S. Strikes Iranian Militias; Johnson & Johnson Waiting for FDA Approval; Hong Kong Starts its Vaccination Program; E.U. Ramping Its Vaccine Rollout; People Desperate to Get COVID Vaccine; U.S. Airstrike Hit Iranian-Backed Militia In Syria; House Lawmakers Press For Answers About Response To Attack; Alexei Navalny Moved From Detention Center; Vaccines Versus new COVID-19 Variants; Russian Diplomat Ride Rail Handcar To Return From North Korea; Accusations Of Ethics Violations In India Vaccine Trials; Update On Tiger Woods Health; U.S. Market Movements. Aired 3-4a ET
• U.S. Airstrikes Hit Iranian-Backed Militia in Syria; Hong Kong Kicks Off Mass Rollout of COVID Vaccine; New York City Variant Shows Vaccine-Evading Mutations; Russian Diplomats Push Their Way Home from North Korea; Accusations of Ethics Violations in India Vaccine Trials; House Lawmakers Press for Answers about Response to Attack; Lawyers: Alexei Navalny Moved from Detention Center. Aired 12-12:45a ET
• U.S. Air Strikes Target Iranian-Backed Militia In Syria; Russian Diplomat And Family Flee North Korea Crossing Border On A Rail Cart; New York Variant A Growing Concern To Epidemiologists; Yesterday's U.S. Air Strike In Syria: Its Scale And Purpose; Hong Kong's Mass Sinovac Inoculation Drive; Interview with Leader of Far Right "Proud Boys" Group; House Passes Equality Act to Boost LGBTQ Protections; Dow Sinks Nearly 560 Points as Bond Yields Keep Rising; Tiger Woods and Ben Hogan Linked by Off-Course Disasters. Aired 1-2a ET
• U.S. Airstrikes Hit Iranian-Backed Militia in Syria; House to Vote on Democrats' Huge Relief Bill Today; House Lawmakers Press for Answers About Response to Attack on Capitol; Concerning Virus Variants Spreading Around U.S. Aired 4-4:30a ET
• Minimum Wage Increase to be Taken Out of COVID Bill; Interview with Leader of Far-Right "Proud Boys" Group; Proud Boys Leader is Close to Trump Confidant Roger Stone; Dow Sinks 559 Points as Bond Yields Keep Rising; Prince Harry: Toxic Media was Destroying My Mental Health. Aired 4:30-5a ET
• President Joe Biden And First Lady Heading To Texas Following The Devastating Winter Storm; Johnson & Johnson Shots Should Be In Americans' Arms As Early As Next Week; A COVID Variant, B117, Is Spreading Widly Through The United States; Joe Biden Carried Out The First Known U.S. Military Action Of His Presidency Last Night. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• Today, House Votes on Biden $1.9 Trillion Pandemic Relief Bill; FDA Panel Reviews Johnson & Johnson Vaccine for Emergency Use; 32 GOP Mayors Sign Letter Urging Congress to Pass Biden's Relief Bill. Aired 10-10:30a ET
• White House COVID Response Team Holds Briefing; Democrats Dealt Major Setback in Push for $15 Minimum Wage; CPAC Kicks Off This Weekend, Expected to Unite Around Trump. Aired 11:30a-12p ET
• FDA Panel Reviewing J&J One-Dose Vaccine for Emergency Use; Today: House Votes on Biden's $1.9 Trillion COVID Relief Bill; White House COVID Response Team Holds Briefing. Aired 11-11:30a ET
• Interview with Council on Foreign Relations Adjunct Senior Fellow Gayle Tzemach Lemmon; Interview with Former HUD Secretary Julian Castro; GOP State Legislatures Introduce 253 Bills to Restrict Voting in 43 States. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• Report on Khashoggi's Murder; Warning from Capitol Police Chief; Two Schools with Different Plans for Students; Pregnant Teacher Talks about Getting Vaccine; CPAC Kicks Off Today. Aired 9:30-10a ET.
• House to Vote on COVID Relief Bill Tonight; Interview with Sen. Robert Menendez (D-NJ); Johnson & Johnson Vaccine is Under Consideration as CDC Director Warns Cases Are Rising. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• Some Republicans Cite Pandemic for Skipping COVID Relief Vote but Are Traveling to CPAC Alongside Trump; McConnell Vows to Support Trump if Nominated in 2014 for President After Blaming Him for The Capitol Insurrection; U.S. Sanctions Saudi Force, Former Intel Officer Over Murder of Jamal Khashoggi; Prince Harry Says British Press Was Destroying His Mental Health. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• Police: Groups Involved in Insurrection Want to "Blow Up Capitol"; Retired NYPD Cop Charged with Beating Office with Metal Pole; U.S. Airstrike in Syria Targeted Iranian-Backed Militant Site; Conservative Conference Set to Indulge Lies about 2020 Election. Aired 1:30-2p ET
• Biden Arrives in Houston to Tour Damage from Winter Storm; Federal Judge Rules Eviction Moratorium Is Unconstitutional; House Passes Equality Act as Sen. Slams Transgender Nominee; Rep. Greene Faces Criticism for Posting Sign about Transgenders; Families of Those Who Died During Texas Storm Sue Energy Companies. Aired 2:30-3p ET
• Biden Visits Devastated Texas after Deadly Deep Freeze; FDA Board Votes on Whether to Authorize First Single-Dose Vaccine; U.S. Intel Report Finds Saudi Crown Prince Responsible for Approving Khashoggi Operation. Aired 1-1:30p ET
• Biden Visits Texas to Survey Damage; FDA Set to Vote on Johnson & Johnson Vaccine; House Set to Pass COVID Relief Bill. Aired 3-3:30p ET


February 25, 2021
• U.S. FDA OKs Johnson & Johnson Vaccine; Moderna Designs New Vaccine Version To Fight Variant; Tiger Woods Has No Recollection Of Accident; Intel Report On Jamal Khashoggi's Killing Coming Soon; Australian Law Forces Google And Facebook To Pay For News; Trump Family, Associates Under Investigation; Close Ally Of Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene Took Part In Capitol Riot; Pentagon Report Reveals Details About White Supremacists In Military. Aired 12-12:45a ET
• Third Vaccine Coming to U.S.; Healthcare Workers Breathe a Sigh of Relief; CEO's Under Pressure from E.U. Leaders; Tiger Woods Accident Still Under Investigation; Tiger Woods Lucky to Survive; Jamal Khashoggi's Murder Linking to Saudi Crown Prince; Capitol Security Officials To Testify On Intel Failures; Oath Keeper Now Says He Didn't Meet With Secret Service; Supply Shortages Of Chips; U.S. Jobless Claims Expectations; Texas Doctors Fear Winter Storm Will Lead To New Spikes; Supporters Of Myanmar Military Coup Take To The Streets; Facebook-Australia Showdown Over; Olympic Torch Relay One Month Away; Ping-Pong Prodigy To Help President Biden's Mission. Aired 3-4a ET
• FDA Analysis: Johnson & Johnson Vaccine Safe and Effective; Moderna Designs New Vaccine to Fight Variant; Key Votes Postpone in Neera Tanden Cabinet Nomination; U.S. Weekly Jobless Claims Expected to Remain High; U.S. House Committee Hearing on Insurrection Hours Away; Wood Awake and Recovering as Well-Wishes Pour In; Documents Appear to Tie Crown Prince to Jets Used by Killers. Aired 4-4:30a ET
• U.S. FDA OKs Johnson & Johnson Vaccine; Moderna Designs New Vaccine Version to Fight Variant; Oath Keepers Leader: I Was Answering Trump's Call; Intel Report on Jamal Khashoggi's Killing Coming Soon; Tiger Woods Has No Recollection of Accident; Millions of Women Forced to Leave Jobs by Economy, COVID-19; CIA's New Task Force to Probe Invisible Attacks on Spies. Aired 2-2:45a ET
• Oath Keepers Leader: I was Answering Trump's Call; Report Reveals Details About White Supremacists in Military; Texas Doctors Fear Winter Storm Will Lead to new Spikes in COVID-19; Texas Homeowners Struggle to Repair Damage from Broken Pipes; Reopening Schools Amid Pandemic is Global Challenge; Mars Rover Captures Red Planet in High Definition. Aired 4:30-5a ET
• J&J Vaccine Set For Emergency Use Authorization And Roll Out; Three Quarters Of All Vaccine Doses Are Being Held By Ten Wealthiest Countries; Safety Review Ordered Of Road At Tiger Woods' Accident Scene; Capitol Rioter To Give "Alternative Reality" Defense In Court; Private Jets Used By Khashoggi's Hit Team Owned By Saudi Crown Prince; Australian Law Forces Facebook and Google to Pay for News; Biden Orders Review of Supply Chain for Critical Items; U.S. Weekly Jobless Claims Expected to Remain High; Trump Family, Associates under Investigation; Beavers as "Ecosystem Engineers"; Viral Creators Let Viewers Control Gun-Wielding Robot Dog. Aired 1-2a ET
• House Holds Hearing on Deadly Insurrection at U.S. Capitol; President Biden on Brink of His First Cabinet Defeat; Researchers Say, New Coronavirus Variant Spreading in New York City. Aired 10-10:30a ET
• California Lagging Behind Other States to Reopen Schools; 730,000 Americans Filed for First-Time Jobless Benefits Last Week; South Dakota Attorney General Urged to Resign Over New Evidence in Fatal Crash. Aired 11:30a-12p ET
• House Holds Hearing on Deadly Insurrection at U.S. Capitol; Democrats Struggle to Unite on Relief Bill and Cabinet Nominees; California Lagging Behind Other States to Reopen Schools. Aired 11- 11:30a ET
• President Biden on Brink of First Cabinet Defeat; House Planning to Vote Friday on $1.9 Trillion COVID Relief Bill; Senator Ron Johnson Airs Conspiracy Theory About Fake Trump Supporters in Capitol Riot Hearing; Researchers Find New Coronavirus Variant Spreading in New York City; House Continues Hearing on Deadly Insurrection at U.S. Capitol. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• Coronavirus Cases on the Decline as New Variants Spread in U.S.; Riot Suspect Called His Ex a Moron, She Reported Him; CNN Reports, Trump Plots 2024 Run and Revenge Ahead of CPAC Speech. Aired 1-1:30p ET
• Live Coverage of House Hearing on January 6th Capitol Insurrection; Opening statement from Acting House Sergeant at Arms Timothy Blodgett; Questioning by Rep. Tim Ryan (D-OH), Rep. Jaime Herrera Beutler (R-WA), Rep. Rosa DeLauro (D-CT). Aired 10:30-11a ET
• COVID Variants; President Biden Marks 50 Million Vaccine Doses Administered. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• Manhattan DA Obtains Trump's Tax Returns; Trump Plotting 2024 Run; South Dakota AG Pressured to Resign; CIA Probes Mysterious Attacks on Agents. Aired 9:30-10a ET
• Republicans Risk Backlash as They Unite Against COVID Relief; Agnes Callamard, Special Rapporteur, U.N. Human Rights Council, Discusses Delay in National Intelligence Report on Khashoggi Murder, New Evidence Pointing to Crown Prince; Asian-American Attacks & Insults Rise Sharply During Pandemic. Aired 1:30-2p ET
• New COVID-19 Variant Found in New York City; Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene (R-GA) Friend Stormed Capitol; Interview with Georgia-14 Congressional Candidate Holly McCormack (D). Aired 2-2:30p ET
• Biden Marking 50 Million COVID Shots Under His Administration; Biden Says, For God's Sake Wear A Mask; Sources Say Trump Is Plotting 2024 Run; Interview with Rep. Jimmy Gomez (D-CA), House Voting on COVID Relief Bill Tomorrow; Lady Gaga's Dog Walker Shot, French Bulldog Stolen. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• Holly McCormack (D) Discusses Launching Challenge to Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene; New Evidence In Fatal Crash Sparks Calls For South Dakota Attorney General To Resign; Trump Plots 2024 Run and Revenge Ahead of CPAC Speech; Confirmation of Biden's Budget Director Nominee on Brink of Failure; Pelosi Backs Away from Democratic-Leaning Split on January 6 Commission; Sheriff in Texas Announces Criminal Investigation into Storm Deaths; COVID Cases Collide with Texas Power Crisis. Aired 2:30-3p ET


February 24, 2021
• Tiger Woods Suffers Multiple Leg Injuries In Single-Car Accident; Inside Russia's Sputnik V Vaccine Production Facility; Vaccines May Reduce Transmission of Coronavirus; Security Officials Say They Didn't See Intel Report Night before Riot; Source: Trump Offered Kim Jong-un a Ride on Air Force One; London's Rat Population Booms as Lockdown Lingers; Senate Holds First Hearing on Insurrection at U.S. Capitol; Tough Road Ahead for Several Biden Cabinet Picks. Aired 12-1a ET
• Tiger Woods Awake and Responsive After Single-Car Crash; U.S. Senate Holds Hearings on January 6 Attack; Senate Hearing Reveals Communication Breakdown at Capitol; FAA Orders New Checks on Pratt and Whitney Engines; Biden's Nominees Face Tough Questions in Confirmation Hearings. Aired 4-4:30a ET
• Golf Legend Tiger Woods Now Safe; World Reacts to Tiger Woods' Accident; COVID-19 Cases Worldwide Dropped; European Countries with Different Restrictions; Russians Skeptical of Their Own Vaccine; Officers Now Finger-Pointing Over the January 6 Riot; Tiger Woods Awake After Car Crash; Hong Kong Proposes Loyalty Oath For Public Officials; U.N. Security Council Meets To Discuss Climate Threat; Prince Philip Has Infection And Will Remain In Hospital; Pakistan's Rollerblading Police. Aired 3-4a ET
• Tiger Woods Suffers Multiple Leg Injuries In Single-Car Accident; WHO: Sixth Consecutive Week of Declining Global COVID-19 Cases; Russia Trying to Overcome Vaccine Hesitancy; Vaccine Makers Working on Boosters for Variants; Senate Hearing on Capitol Attack; India Begins Shipping Vaccines across Africa; Abu Dhabi Reopens Schools with New COVID-19 Guidelines. Aired 2-2:45a ET
• Tiger Woods Awake, Responsive After Single-Car Crash; Companies Pledge 240 Million Doses to U.S. By End of March; European Countries Diverge on Lockdown Plans; No Charges for Police Involved in Daniel Prude's Death; Ahmaud Arbery's Family Still Fighting for Justice; Naturalist: Climate Change is a Global Security Threat; Trump Offered Kim Jong-un a Ride on Air Force One. Aired 4:30-5a ET
• Tiger Woods Awake And Responsive After Surgery; U.S. Set To Receive Major Boost To Vaccine Supply; Failure Of Law Enforcement To Protect Capitol: The Hearing Begins; 200,000 Doses Of Sputnik Vaccine Flown Into Mexico City; Hong Kong Proposes Loyalty Oaths for Public Officials. Aired 1-2a ET
• FDA Says Johnson & Johnson Vaccine Meets Requirements for Emergency Use Authorization; Doctor Says, Tiger Woods Suffered Significant Orthopedic Injuries; Senate Committees Postpone Votes on Tanden's Nomination. Aired 10-10:30a ET
• FDA Says Johnson & Johnson Vaccine Meets Requirements for Emergency Use Authorization; White House COVID Response Team Holds Briefing. Aired 11-11:30a ET
• Tiger Woods Awake, Responsive, and Recovering after Surgery; Biden's COVID Relief Plan Gets Backing from 150-Plus Top Business Leaders; Three Biden Picks Under Pressure amid Battle for Confirmation. Aired 11:30a-12p ET
• Tiger Woods Awake and Recovering After Emergency Surgery; Pence Tells Group of Lawmakers He has Close Friendship with Trump; DOJ Facing Tough Climb As it Argues to Keep Riot Defendants in Jail; Johnson & Johnson Vaccine Meets Requirements for Emergency Use Authorization; Tiger Woods in Recovery After Surgery Due to Serious Car Crash. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• Tough Climb to Keep Riot Defendants in Jail; Businesses Can Now Apply for PPP; Biden Faces Backlash over Reopening a Migrant Facility; Protests in Rochester After Grand Jury Verdict. Aired 9:30-10a ET
• FDA Says, Johnson & Johnson's Single-Shot Vaccine is Safe and Effective; Tiger Woods Awake, Responsive, and Recovering after Surgery; Top Secret Saudi Docs Show Khashoggi Assassins Used Private Jets Owned by Company Seized by Crown Prince. Aired 1-1:30p ET
• Republican Senator Promotes Conspiracy Theories on Capitol Insurrection; FDA Calls Johnson & Johnson Vaccine Safe and Effective; Tiger Woods Recovering Following Car Accident. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• Tiger Woods' Injuries May Be Serious; Exclusive Look at Russia's COVID-19 Vaccine Manufacturing Facility; Interview with Fulfill FoodBank CEO and President Kim Guadagno. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• "Top Secret" Saudi Documents Show Khashoggi Assassins Used Private Jets Owned by Company Seized by Crown Prince; Security Officials Solely Blaming Intel Failures Doesn't Add Up; WAPO Memo Warning of "War" Reached Officials Before Capitol Attack; Romney: Trump Would Win GOP Nomination if He Ran in 2024; Awkward Moment Between GOP Leads over Trump's Role; Fauci Tried to Comfort Child with Long-Term COVID Symptoms. Aired 1:30-2p ET
• Senator Can't Quit Baseless Conspiracies; Sheriff Says Tiger Woods Crash Was Purely an Accident; GOP Lawmakers to Roll Back Voter Access. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• FDA Signals Johnson & Johnson Vaccine May Receive EUA; Tiger Woods Awake Following Surgery; Live Coverage of President Biden Statement as He Meets With Bipartisan Group to Discuss Supply Chain. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• Doctor: Tiger Woods' Right Leg Stabilized with Rod, Screws and Pins; Mike Pence Touts Close Relationship with Trump Despite Insults, Failure to Check on His Safety During Riot; Bipartisan Backlash over GOP Sen. Ron Johnson's Capitol Riot Denial; Awkward Moment Between GOP Leaders over Trump's Role; House Expected to Vote on Biden's COVID Relief Plan; Both Republicans, Some Democrats Show Opposition to $15 Minimum Wage Increase. Aired 2:30-3p ET


February 23, 2021
• U.S. President Joe Biden Holds Candlelight Ceremony at White House as U.S. Surpasses 500,000 COVID-19 Deaths; British Prime Minister Unveils Plan to Ease England's Lockdown; Facebook to Restore Australia's News Pages; U.S. Attorney General Nominee Wins Bipartisan Praise; New York Prosecutor Gets Access to Trump's Taxes; Sister of Myanmar's First Protestor Victim Speaks Out; NASA Releases First Video of Spacecraft Landing on Mars; CPAC Schedule Includes Trump as Speaker and 7-Part Series on 'Protecting Elections'; Airlines Ground Planes with Similar Engines to Boeing 777. Aired 12-12:45a ET
• More Than 500,000 Souls Remembered Today; No Person Should be Left Behind; England is Looking to Exit from Lockdowns; Trump Lost Supreme Court Battle; Donald Trump Facing the Ramification of His Actions; United States Surpasses 500,000 Deaths, Tops Death Toll Of Three Wars; Iraq Averaging 3,000 Plus COVID-19 Infections In Past Week; IAEA, Iran Reach Deal Giving Inspectors Access For Three Months; Israel Oil Spill A Severe Ecological Disaster; NASA Releases First Video Of Spacecraft Landing On Mars; Daft Punk, French Dance Hanging Up Their Helmets. Aired 3-4a ET
• 500 Candles At The White House Mark 500,000 U.S. COVID Deaths; England's Road Map Out Of Restrictions; Trump's Legal Jeopardy; What Follows His Tax Returns?; Biden Honors 500,000 Americans Lost to COVID; Baghdad Intensive Care Unit Strained by Infection Surge; Dozens of Boeing 777 Planes Grounded after Engine Failure; Authorities Search for Source of "Ecological Disaster"; NASA Releases First Video of Spacecraft Landing on Mars. Aired 1-2a ET
• U.S. Surpasses 500,000 Lives Lost to COVID-19; Fauci Predicts Americans Might be Wearing Masks into 2022; New York Prosecutor Gets Access to Trump's Taxes; British Prime Minister Lays Out Plan for England to Exit Lockdown; Texans Are Getting Sky-High Energy Bills. Aired 4-4:30a ET
• U.S. President Joe Biden Holds Candlelight Ceremony at White House as U.S. Surpasses 500,000 COVID-19 Deaths; British Prime Minister Unveils Plan to Ease England's Lockdown; New York Prosecutor Gets Access to Trump's Taxes; Baghdad ICU Strained by Infection Surge; NASA Releases First Mars Landing Video. Aired 2-2:45a ET
• Biden Touts COVID Relief as U.S. Surpasses 500,000 Deaths; Canada Struggles with Vaccine Supply Issues; Biden, Trudeau to Hold Virtual Bilateral Meeting; Sister of Slain Myanmar Protester Speaks Out; Remembering the 500,000+ Victims of COVID-19. Aired 4:30-5a ET
• Senate Holds First Hearing on Insurrection at U.S. Capitol. Aired 10-10:30a ET
• Pfizer, Moderna, Johnson and Johnson Pledge 240 Million Vaccine Doses By End of March; Water Service Still Disrupted for Nearly 9 Million Texans; Futures Down Slightly Ahead of Market Open; Senate Holds First Hearing on Insurrection at the U.S. Capitol. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• Senate Holds First Hearing on Insurrection at U.S. Capitol; Security Officials Agree That Insurrection was Planned Attack. Aired 11:30a-12p ET
• Senate Hearing on Security Failures That Led to Capitol Riot. Aired 11-11:30a ET
• Senate Holds First Hearing on Insurrection at U.S. Capitol; Security Officials Agree that Insurrection was Planned Attack. Aired 1-1:30p ET
• Live Coverage of Senate Hearing on Capitol Riot; Opening Statement by Capitol Police Captain Carneysha Mendoza; Opening Statements by Metropolitan Police Chief Robert Contee, Former U.S. Capitol Police Chief Steven Sund, Former Senate Sergeant at Arms Michael Stenger, Former House Sergeant at Arms Paul Irving. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• Confirmation Battles for Key Cabinet Nominees; Senate Holds Hearing on Cyberattack on Federal Agencies; One Year Anniversary of Arbery's Death. Aired 9:30-10a ET
• Tiger Woods Injured in Car Crash. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• U.S. Senate Holds Hearing on Deadly January 6th Insurrection at Capitol. Aired 1:30-2p ET
• First Senate Hearing on Capitol Hill Riots Today; Interview with Former FBI Agent Peter Strzok; COVID-19 Vaccine Manufacturers Pledge On-Time Delivery. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• Tiger Woods Suffered Multiple Leg Injuries, Now in Surgery Following the Accident. Aired 3:30-4p ET.
• 3 of Biden's Cabinet Nominees Facing Bumpy Ride to Confirmation; Tiger Woods Injured in Serious Car Crash. Aired 2:30-3p ET.


February 22, 2021
• United Airlines Temporarily Grounds 24 Boeing 777 Planes; Generals Warn Myanmar Protestors Will 'Suffer the Loss of Life'; Water Service Still Disrupted for Nearly a Third of Texans; Houston Furniture Store Becomes Shelter During Storm. Aired 12-12:45a ET
• Boeing 777 Grounded After Engine Failure; U.S. Coronavirus Death Tolls Nearing 500,000; Texas is Without Safe Drinking Water; U.S. Promises Firm Action Against, Military Says Protesters Will Suffer The Loss Of Life; Activists Hold Vigil For Protesters Killed By Police Gunfire; Leading Pro-Democracy Group Calls For Historic Protests. Aired 2-3a ET
• United Airlines 777's Engine Fail Midair; Japan Freezes All Planes with Pratt and Whitney PW4000 Engine; Boeing 747 with Similar Engine Failure; U.S. Reaching Almost Half Million COVID Deaths; Brits Waiting for Lockdown to be Lifted; Military Warned Protesters in Myanmar; Texans Not Yet Out from the Woods Yet; Failure of Leadership Suffered by Everybody; Merrick Garland to Face Lawmakers on Monday; President Biden's $1.9 Trillion Relief Bill to be Voted by the House; Italy Look Back at the Test and Lessons of COVID. Aired 3-4a ET
• Boeing Grounds All Triple 7 Aircraft; WHO To Publish Recommendation About Wuhan Visit; U.S. Reaches 500,000 COVID Deaths; U.K. Expected To Ease Restrictions; Myanmar Military Threatens Protestors Saying They Will "Suffer The Loss Of Life"; Biden Faces Complex Road Ahead with China; Italy Marks One-Year Since First COVID Lockdown; Texas Storm Impact Sparks Debate on U.S. Infrastructure. Aired 1-2a ET
• Some Boeing Planes Grounded After Near-Disaster; United Airlines Temporarily Grounds 24 Boeing 777 Aircraft; Millions in Texas Remain Without Clean Water; Biden to Hold Vigil as U.S. Death Toll Nears 500,000; U.S. Expects to Catch Up on Vaccinations After Delays; Equity Problems with Vaccine Rollout in California; W.H.O. Panel to Recommend Deeper Look at Early COVID Clues. Aired 4-4:30a ET
• Military in Myanmar Says Protesters will "Suffer Loss of Live"; Garland's Confirmation Hearing for Attorney General Begins Today; U.S. House Expected to Vote on $1.9 Trillion Stimulus Bill this Week; British Prime Minister Unveiling Roadmap to Ease England's Lockdown; Italy Marks One Year Since First COVID Lockdown; Texas Homeowners Shelter Delivery Driver During Storm. Aired 4:30-5a ET
• Supreme Court Allows Release of Trump Tax Returns to New York Prosecutor; Confirmation Hearing for Attorney General Nominee Merrick Garland; Attorney General Nominee Merrick Garland Delivers Opening Statement. Aired 10-10:30a ET
• Confirmation Hearing for Attorney General Nominee Merrick Garland; Supreme Court Allows Release of Trump Tax Records to New York Prosecutor. Aired 11-11:30a ET
• Confirmation Hearing for Attorney General Nominee Merrick Garland. Aired 11:30a-12p ET
• Now, Biden's Attorney General Pick Faces Senate Questions at Confirmation Hearing; U.S. on Brink of 500,000 Lives Lost from COVID amid Critical Moment; Supreme Court Allows for Release of Trump Taxes to Prosecutors. Aired 1-1:30p ET
• Senate Judiciary Committee Hearing on the Nomination of Merrick Garland to be A.G.; Garland Faces Senate Questions; Garland Slams Jan. 6 Riot: "Attack on the Cornerstone of Democracy". Aired 10:30-11a ET
• Judge Merrick Garland Faces Senate Questions at Confirmation Hearing; Dr. Fauci Says U.S. COVID Response Worse Than Most Any Other Country; United Airlines Grounds Boeing 777 Jets with Pratt and Whitney Engine; United Airlines Grounds Boeing 777 Jets with Pratt and Whitney Engine; Millions Still Without Safe Drinking Water After Winter Storms; Axios: Trump to Send Message to GOP He is Presumptive 2024 Nominee. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• White House Holds COVID-19 Briefing; U.S. Set to Pass 500,000 COVID-19 Deaths. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• Biden's A.G. Pick Faces Senate Questions at Confirmation Hearing; Airlines Ground Dozens of Boeing Jets after Failure on United Flight; Biden's Pick for Budget Director on Brink of Collapse; Supreme Court Allows NY Prosecutors to Get Trump Taxes. Aired 1:30-2p ET
• Airlines Ground Dozens of Boeing Jets after Failure on United Flight; Cuomo Threatens Media over "Lying" on Nursing Home Scandal; Dominion Sues My Pillow & CEO for $1.3 Billion over election Conspiracies; Texans Whose Lights Stayed on Getting Hit with Monster Power Bills; Studies: Pulse Oximeter May Not Work Well on Dark Skin. Aired 2:30-3p ET
• Trump Responds to Supreme Court Decision; Merrick Garland Confirmation Hearing Begins Today; Oath Keepers Member Alleges She Had VIP Pass January 6th. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• White House Calls COVID Briefing as Death Toll Reaches 500,000; White House Says Teacher Vaccines Not A Prerequisite to Re-Open Schools; Supreme Court Allows Release of Trump Tax Returns; Poll Says 46 Percent Would Leave GOP And Join A Trump Party; Most Crucial Week Yet for COVID Relief Gets Under Way in Congress. Aired 3:30-4p ET.
• Rep. Michael McCaul (R-TX) is Interviewed about Iran and Trump; Supreme Court Allows Tax Returns to NY Prosecutor; Supreme Court Denies Election Appeal; Confirmation Hearing for Garland. Aired 9:30- 10a ET


February 21, 2021
• Midair Engine Failure On Boeing Jet; Millions Of Texans Without Safe Water; Over 200,000 Without Power In Five States; Harsh Weather Causes Backlog In Inoculations; Nearly A Third Of Patients Could Be COVID-19 Long Haulers; Pro-Democracy Protests Continue After Myanmar Coup; Examining The Use Of "Secondary" Sanctions; The Louvre Quiet Except For Workers; Naomi Osaka Wins 2021 Australian Open. Aired 12- 12:30a ET
• Millions Of Texans Without Safe Water; Midair Engine Failure On Boeing Jet; Over 200,000 Without Power In Five States; Pro-Democracy Protests Continue After Myanmar Coup; Gaza To Start COVID-19 Vaccine Rollout On Monday; Hate Crimes Against Asian Americans Spark Calls For Change; Strangers Become Friends During Snowstorm. Aired 1-2a ET
• Leaders Must Prepare For Uncharted Weather; Midair Engine Failure On Boeing Jet; Millions Of Texans Without Safe Water; Pro- Democracy Protests Continue After Myanmar Coup; Gaza To Start COVID-19 Vaccine Rollout On Monday; Delivery Driver Offered Shelter During Snowstorm; Firefighter Helps Woman Who Lost Everything In Raleigh Fire. Aired 2-3a ET
• Harsh Weather Causes Backlog In Inoculations; Midair Engine Failure On Boeing Jet; Millions Of Texans Without Safe Water; Leaders Must Prepare For Uncharted Weather; South Africa On Fourth Day Of Vaccinations; U.K. Goal To Offer Vaccine To All Adults By July 31; Pro-Democracy Protests Continue After Myanmar Coup; Biden Visits Bob Dole After Cancer Diagnosis. Aired 3-4a ET
• California Ramps Up Vaccinations In Underserved Areas; Midair Engine Failure On Boeing Jet; Millions Of Texans Without Safe Water; Harsh Weather Causes Backlog In Inoculations; Gaza To Start COVID-19 Vaccine Rollout On Monday; Pro-Democracy Protests Continue After Myanmar Coup; Biden Visits Bob Dole After Cancer Diagnosis; Naomi Osaka Wins 2021 Australian Open. Aired 4-5a ET
• Biden Administration Begins Entry Of Migrants Forced To Stay In Mexico By Trump; Midair Engine Failure On Boeing Jet; Millions Of Texans Without Safe Water; U.K. Goal To Offer Vaccine To All Adults By July 31; Gaza To Start COVID-19 Vaccine Rollout On Monday. Aired 5-6a ET
• Boeing 777 Engine Failure Rains Debris Over Denver Suburb; Houston Lifts Boil Water Advisory After Five Days; Merrick Garland's Confirmation Hearing For Attorney General Begins Monday; America Is Back; COVID Deaths And Vaccinations; GOP Election Fraud Doner. Aired 4-5p ET
• Two Boeing Jets Shed Parts After Engine Fires Within 24 Hours; 777 Engine Explodes Midair, Rains Debris Over Colorado; Fourteen-Plus Million Texans Still Without Clean Water; Sixty-Three-Plus Million COVID-19 Vaccine Doses Administered In The U.S.; House Poised To Pass Biden's $1.9 Trillion COVID Relief Package. Aired 2-3p ET
• Boeing 777 Engine Fails Midair, Rains Debris Over Colorado Neighborhood; Interview With Rep. Lizzie Fletcher (D-TX); Dr. Fauci Urges Americans To Follow Public Health Guidance. Aired 3-4p ET
• Airplane Debris Fall Over Denver; Attorney General Nominee Merrick Garland Face Senate Hearing; GOP's Future With Or Without Trump; Middle Schools In New York To Reopen; Wall Street Waiting For Stimulus Package. Aired 5-6p ET
• Airliner Engine Fails, Rains Debris Over Denver Suburb; U.S. Closes In On 500,000 COVID-19 Deaths; Big Week Ahead For Biden White House; Internal Divisions Wrack Both Republicans And Democrats In Washington; Desperate Texas Families Seek Water, Food; United Airlines Grounds Planes After Engine Failure Incident; U.S. Closes In On 500,000 COVID-19 Deaths. Aired 6-7p ET
• United Airlines Grounding 24 Boeing 777 Planes From Service; Japan Tells Airlines To Ground Boeing 777s; Interview With Rep. Debbie Dingell (D-MI); NTSB Says Fan Blade Being Investigated As Cause Of Catastrophic Engine Failure; Studies Suggest Pandemic Taking Toll On Kids' Mental Health; Desperate Families Seek Water And Food. Aired 7- 8p ET


February 20, 2021
• Biden Declares "America is Back," Pledges $4 Billion toward Global COVID-19 Vaccine Aid; U.S. Willing to Resume Talks with Iran on Nuclear Deal; Vaccine Doses Backlogged Due to Weather. Aired 12-12:15a ET
• Water Disruptions For More Than Half Of Texas; Vaccine Doses Backlogged Due To Weather; Pro-Democracy Protesters Honor Woman Killed By Myanmar Police; Biden Declares "America Is Back," Pledges $4 Billion Toward Global COVID-19 Vaccine Aid; Ambulance Workers On Front Lines Struggle In Wales; U.S. Willing To Resume Talks With Iran On Nuclear Deal; Britain's Prince Philip Remains In Hospital Over The Weekend. Aired 2-2:45a ET
• Biden Declares "America Is Back," Pledges $4 Billion Toward Global COVID-19 Vaccine Aid; Water Disruptions For More Than Half Of Texas; Vaccine Doses Backlogged Due To Weather; French President Emmanuel Macron Urges E.U. To Allocate Doses To World's Poorest Countries; Pro-Democracy Protesters Honor Woman Killed By Myanmar Police. Aired 3-3:30a ET
• Water Disruptions For More Than Half Of Texas; Domestic Violence Shelter Evacuates Amid Winter Storm; Biden Declares "America Is Back," Pledges $4 Billion Toward Global COVID-19 Vaccine Aid; U.S. Willing To Resume Talks With Iran On Nuclear Deal; Biden Tours Pfizer Manufacturing Plant; Ambulance Workers On Front Lines Struggle In Wales; Pro-Democracy Protesters Honor Woman Killed By Myanmar Police; NASA Sends Images Of Perseverance Rover On Mars; Centenarian Makes History With COVID-19 Shot. Aired 4-5a ET
• Water Disruptions for More than Half of Texas; Vaccine Doses Backlogged Due to Weather; German Politicians Voice Support for AstraZeneca Shot; Biden Declares "America is Back," Pledges $4 Billion toward Global COVID-19 Vaccine Aid; U.S. Willing to Resume Talks with Iran on Nuclear Deal; Pro-Democracy Protesters Honor Woman Killed by Myanmar Police; How Some White Nationalists Profit from Hate; Harry and Meghan Won't Return as Working Royals. Aired 5-6a ET
• President Biden Approves Major Disaster Declaration for Texas; Texas Representatives Sheila Jackson Lee and Sylvia Garcia and New York Representative Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez Raise Money for Those Harmed by Energy Blackouts and Lack of Water in Texas; COVID-19 Cases and Deaths Falling across U.S.; New Study Examines Condition called Post-COVID Syndrome. Aired 10-11a ET
• Joe Biden Approves Disaster Declaration For Texas; Congresswomen Survey Impact Of Storm That Crippled Power Grid; WH Advisor: Bad Weather Created Backlog Of Six Million COVID Vaccines; House To Vote On Biden's $1.9 Trillion Relief Bill; Graham Heading To FL To Meet With Trump Amid GPO Divisions; DOJ Charges Nine Oath Keeper Suspects In Biggest Insurrection Conspiracy To Date; Biden Admin Begins Gradual Entry Of Migrants Forced To Stay In Mexico Under Trump Era Policy. Aired 12-1p ET
• U.S. Surpasses 28 Million Coronavirus Cases, Nearing 500k Deaths; Biden Approves Disaster Declaration For Texas; House To Vote On Biden's $1.9 Trillion Relief Bill Next Week; OMB Nominee Neera Tanden Facing Stiff Senate Opposition; Pennsylvania Cop Charged In Capitol Riots; NY Gov. Cuomo Blames "Misinformation" For Nursing Home Scandal; Body Cam Video Shows Violent Arrest At Center Of Lawsuit; First Lady Jill Biden Maps Out Unique Path In New Role. Aired 11a-12p ET
• Millions Without Water In Texas After Deadly Storms; Biden Approves Disaster Declaration For Texas; Pfizer Submits New Data To Show Its COVID-19 Vaccine Can Be Stored At Warmer Temperature; NY Gov. Cuomo Blames "Misinformation" For Nursing Home Scandal As His Personal Behavior Is Scrutinized; Interview With State Sen. Alessandra Biaggi (D-NY); Prince Charles Visits Ailing Prince Philip At Hospital; Prince Harry & Meghan Are Officially Done As Working Royals. Aired 1-2p ET
• Millions Face Water, Food Crisis in Texas After Deadly Storms; Biden Approves Major Disaster Declaration for Texas; White House Fails To Provide Clarity On School Reopenings, Teacher Vaccinations; NY Gov. Cuomo Under Fire Over Nursing Home Data; Pennsylvania Officer Accused Of Obstructing Police During Capitol Attack; Nine Alleged Associates Of Oath Keepers Charged In Conspiracy To Attack Capitol; Bad Weather Delays Shipment Of Roughly Six Million Vaccine Doses. Aired 3-4p ET
• Residents In Austin, Texas, Suffering From Cold Temperatures And Lack Of Water; COVID-19 Vaccine Sites Being Set Up Across U.S.; Experts Debate Whether To Provide More First Doses Of Pfizer And Moderna Vaccines Before Administering Second Doses To Increase Number Of Vaccinated; Texas Governor Greg Abbott Calls For Investigation Into Electric Reliability Council Of Texas Due To Power Failures During Winter Storms; Republican Rep. Anthony Gonzalez Faces Heavy Backlash From GOP For Voting To Impeach Trump. Aired 2-3p ET
• Millions Face Water, Food Crisis In Texas After Deadly Storms; El Paso's Power Grid Weathered The Deadly Storm; Reports Of Airplane Debris In Neighborhoods Outside Of Denver; Eyewitness Describes Engine Parts Falling From Sky; Broomfield P.D. Spokeswoman Gives Press Conference. Aired 4-5p ET
• Broomfield Police Department Spokeswoman Gives Press Conference; Audio Of Mayday Call From Plane That Experienced Engine Failure; NTSB Opens Formal Investigation Into United Flight That Experienced Engine Failure; CNN On The Ground At Debris Field In Broomfield. Aired 5-6p ET
• Airline Debris Fall On Denver Neighborhoods After Takeoff; Former VP Pence's Chief Of Staff Marc Short On Riot, Election & Biden's First Month In Office; NTSB Investigating "Engine Event" Of United Flight Near Denver. Aired 6-7p ET
• United Flight Suffers Engine Failure After Takeoff In Denver; NTSB Investigating "Engine Event" Of United Flight Near Denver; Rep. Ocasio-Cortez Raises $4 Million For Texas Disaster Relief; Safe Water Now The Biggest Need In Storm-Battered Texas; United Plane Lands Safely After Engine Fails, Parts Fall Onto Neighborhoods; President Biden Visits Bob Dole Following Cancer Diagnosis; COVID Hospitalizations Dip To Lowest Level Since November. Aired 7-8p ET
• Airplane Debris Falls On Denver Neighborhoods After Takeoff; Safe Water Now The Biggest Need In Storm-Battered Texas; Biden Makes Clean Break From Trump On Foreign Policy; Teachers Push For Vaccines Amid School Reopening Debate. Aired 8-9p ET


February 19, 2021
• Power Returning in Texas, Food and Water Shortages Persist; Allegations of Gang Rape in Xinjiang Detention Camps; U.S. Life Expectancy Fell by 1 Year in First Half of 2020; U.S. Winter Weather Causing Major Vaccination Delays; Vatican: Employees Refusing Vaccine May Lose Their Jobs; Japan's Ruling Party Invites Women into Key Meetings; NASA's Perseverance Rover Achieves Daring Landing on Mars; Trump Turns Down Meeting with Nikki Haley. Aired 12-12:45a ET
• Brutal Weather Freezes Basic Necessities in Texas; Vaccinations Affected by Bad Weather; Families Bracing Crisis Together; Iran Want U.S. Sanctions to be Lifted; Another Storm on the Way to U.S.; Joe Biden Attending His First G7 as President; Protesters Fighting Until The End; Coronavirus Cases in the United States Drop; China Accused of Spreading Disinformation About Virus; The Vatican Saying Employees Refusing Vaccine May Lose Their Job; Germany Likely to Extend Border Checks; Pfizer-BioNTech Begins Vaccine Trial for Pregnant Women; Brazil Tops 10 Million COVID-19 Cases; WHO Africa, 11,000 Ebola Vaccines Going to Guinea; U.S. House Committee Seeks Answers on Trading Debacle; Mission and Historic Landing Of Perseverance Rover On Mars. Aired 3-4a ET
• Texas Reels From Winter Storm; President Joe Biden's First 100 Days; Allegations of Gang Rape in Xinjiang Detention Camps; First Doses Administered in Pfizer-BioNTech Global Vaccine Trial for Pregnant Women; Ebola Outbreak in Guinea; Vatican: Employees Refusing Vaccine May Lose Their Jobs; Growing Calls for Vaccine Equity Worldwide; Growing Calls For Vaccine Equity Worldwide; Japan's Ruling Party Invites Women, But Not Their Views; New Study: Pfizer Vaccine 85 Percent Effective After One Dose; Source: Trump Denies Meeting Request From Nikki Haley; Georgia Republicans Push Elections Bill That Restricts Early And Absentee Voting. Aired 2-2:45a ET
• Power Getting Restored in Texas, Water Crisis Worsens; Texas Mother Details Experience in Dangerous Winter Storms; U.S. Winter Storms Causing Widespread Vaccination Delays; Biden Proposes Path to Citizenship in Immigration Reform; Iran Seeks Lifting of All Sanctions Imposed by Trump; First G-7 of Biden Presidency Begins in Coming Hours. Aired 4-4:30a ET
• Power Getting Restored in Texas, Water Crisis Worsens; Winter Storms Delaying COVID-19 Vaccine Rollout; First Minister: Evident Vaccines Reducing Deaths in Scotland; Pfizer-BioNTech Begins Vaccine Trial for Pregnant Women; U.S. House Committee Seeks Answers on Trading Debacle; COVID, Poor Economy Force Millions of Women from Their Jobs; NASA's Perseverance Rover Achieves Daring Landing on Mars. Aired 4:30-5a ET
• Nearly Half of Texas Residents Hit By Water Crisis on Top of Power Crisis; Winter Blast Disrupts Vaccine Shipments Nationwide; Six Capitol Police Officers Suspended, 29 Others Investigated for Alleged Roles in Deadly Riot. Aired 10-10:30a ET
• U.S. To Boost COVAX With $4 Billion Injection; Updates: Brazil And Colombia's Vaccination Programs; Texas Storm: Governor Blames Power Company Saying Texans Deserve Answers; China Ramps Up Ongoing COVID Disinformation; Mattress Mack In Texas: Providing Meals And Beds During Texas Freeze; Meet Those Who Have Paris' Louvre Museum All to Themselves; 20-Year Old Protester Who Was Shot By Police has Died; PM Netanyahu Courting Right Wing, Homophobic Party; U.S. House Committee Seeks Answers on Trading Debacle; NASA'S Mars Rover Paves the Way for Humans. Aired 1-2a ET
• Nearly Half of Texas Residents Hit by Water Crisis on Top of Power Crisis; Biden Meets Virtually with G7 Leaders for the First Time as President; Winter Blast Disrupts Vaccine Shipments Nationwide; New Study Shows Pregnant Women Are At A Significantly High Risk Of Contracting COVID-19; Pfizer Doing Their First Trial Run On Pregnant Woman And How It Affects Them And The Baby; House Democrats Are Preparing To Take The Coronavirus Economic Relief Package On The House Floor. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• Texas Residents Struggle with Frozen Pipes, No Heat After Storm; Frustration Grows As Schools Delay Reopening Despite Progress; Biden Gives First Major Speech to World Leaders As President. Aired 11-11:30a ET.
• Immigration Policy Confuses at the Border; President Biden and Iran May Return to Talks; Interview with Biden Campaign Foreign Policy Adviser Nicholas Burns. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• Nearly Half of Texas Hit By Water Crisis on Top of Power Crisis; Biden Gives First Major Speech to World Leaders as President; Fauci Says, Data on Vaccine Safety on Teens Due in the Fall. Aired 1- 1:30p ET
• Sen. Patrick Leahy (D-VT) is Interviewed about the Relief Package; Political Leaders Facing Backlash; Gang Rapes at Chinese Internment Camps. Aired 9:30-10a ET.
• Texas in Crisis; President Biden Speaks at Pfizer Plant. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• Study: 30% of Long-Haulers Report Symptoms Lasting 9 Months; Flyin' Ted: The Complete Autopsy of Cruz's Jet Plane Adventure; NASA Shows New Pictures of Mars from Rover. Aired 1:30-2p ET
• Interview with Abilene Fire Department Chief Cande Flores; United States Rejoins Paris Climate Agreement Today; Many Election Officials Leaving Jobs Over 2020 Election Fallout. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• Biden: Must Not Return to Cold War-Style Relations with Russia; Biden Admin. Pledging $2B in U.S. Aid for U.N. Vaccine Effort; Biden Urges Action on Climate Change as U.S. Rejoins Paris Accord; Biden: Climate Change is a "Global Existential Crisis;" Biden: "America is Back. The Transatlantic Alliance is Back;" Biden: Must not Return to Cold War-Style Relations with Russia; Biden Addresses World Leaders Amid New Push for U.S.-Iran Talks; Winter Storms Cause Widespread Delays with Vaccine Shipments; White House COVID Response Team Holds Briefing. Aired 11:30a-12p ET.
• Biden Speaks at Pfizer Plant Amid Vaccine Delays; Biden Says the Vaccines Are Safe; Biden Defends His COVID Plan and Says He's Open to Suggestions from GOP on Cutting Costs; Biden: We Must Ensure Equal Distribution of Vaccines; Biden: We'll Be Approaching Normalcy by End of This Year. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• Did Pence Aide Suggest Trump Dragged Feet During Insurrection?; Biden Tours Pfizer Vaccine Manufacturing Facility; Manhattan DA Enlists Top White-Collar Crime Prosecutor in Trump Inquiry; South Dakota AG Charged with Misdemeanors in Fatal Crash. Aired 2:30-3p ET


February 18, 2021
• Millions in Texas Left without Power for Days; U.N. Chief Calls for Equitable Vaccine Distribution; Prince Philip in Hospital as Precaution; U.S.: North Korean Hackers Tried to Steal $1.3 Billion, Vaccine Data; Facebook Blocks Users in Australia from Getting News; NASA's Perseverance Rover Ready to Land on Mars Thursday; Conservative Talk Radio Host Rush Limbaugh Dead at 70; At Least 33 Dead from Extreme Winter Weather. Aired 12-12:45a ET
• South Africa Kicks Off Vaccination Program; United Nations Ask Wealthy Nations Not to Hoard Vaccines; Prince Philip Brought to Hospital; Texas to Endure More Cold Nights; Politicians Never let a Crisis Go to Waste; Myanmar Military Now Going After Celebrities; World's First COVID-19 Human Challenge Study Begins This Month; Dangerous Deep Freeze In Texas As Many Homes Were Left Without Power For Days; U.S. Department Charges Three North Korean Hackers; U.S.- Israel Relations On Biden Administration; Facebook Blocks News In Australia; Seven Minutes Of Terror To Mars; Dipping In A Freezing Temperature During The Pandemic. Aired 3-4a ET
• South Africa Begins COVID-19 Vaccination Campaign; Winter Storms Delay U.S. Vaccine Distribution and Inoculations; Millions in Texas Left without Power for Days; Myanmar Protesters Return to Streets; Facebook Blocks Australian Users from News; NASA Rover to Land on Mars Thursday. Aired 2-2:45a ET
• Millions Still Without Power Days After Severe Storm; 100 Million+ Under Winter Storm Warning or Advisory; Winter Storms Delay Vaccine Distribution and Injections; South Africa Begins Rollout of Johnson and Johnson Vaccine; U.S. Says North Korean Hackers Tried to Steal $1.3 Billion; Palace: Prince Philip Hospitalized as Precaution. Aired 4-4:30a ET
• Myanmar Military Holds Steadfast Against International Criticism; Texans Endure Freeze As Governor Blasts Green New Deal; Variants Dominate Conversation Around Lower COVID Numbers; U.N. Says The Poor Are Being Left Behind; Colombia Begins Vaccine Roll Out; Millions in Texas Left without Power for Days; Facebook Blocks Users in Australia from Getting News; Japan's Ruling Party Invites Women to Observe Meetings; Biden Administration Weighs Closer Ties with Havana; NASA's Perseverance to Attempt Mars Landing. Aired 1-2a ET
• Families in Texas Describe Struggles as Power Remains Out; Millions in Texas Left Without Power for Days; CDC: U.S. Life Expectancy Fell by One Year to 77.8; Winter Storms Delay Vaccine Distribution and Injections; World's First COVID-19 Human Challenge Study to Begin This Month; Biden Phones Netanyahu for First Time as President; Facebook Blocks Users in Australia from Getting News; Rush Limbaugh Dies of Cancer at Age 70. Aired 4:30-5a ET
• Texas Opening Warming Centers All Across The State; Nineteen States Have Been Forced To Close Vaccination Sites Due To The Severe Weather; Joe Biden Saying Teachers Should Be On The Priority List For Vaccines; The Biden Administration Pushing For A Path TO Citzenship For Millions Of Immigrants That Are In The U.S. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• Hundreds of Thousands without Power for Fourth Straight Day in Texas; White House Announces Sweeping Immigration Reform Bill; 861,000 Filed First-Time Jobless Claims Last Week, More Than Expected. Aired 10-10:30a ET
• U.S. Attorney's Office in Brooklyn and FBI Scrutinizing Cuomo Administration's Handling of Nursing Home Death Data; Parents Face Confusion About When Schools Can Reopen; White House Unveils Sweeping Immigration Reform Bill. Aired 11:30a-12p ET
• Millions Suffering in Texas As Power & Water Crisis Grows; Sen. Ted Cruz Travels to Cancun as Millions of Texans Suffer Amid Power and Water Crisis; Updated Guidance on One-Dose Johnson & Johnson Vaccine; Crippling Weather Hampers COVID Vaccine Deliveries And Distribution. Aired 11-11:30a ET
• White House's Immigration Reform Bill; Texas Families Still Without Power; Scrutinizing Nursing Home Death Data in New York; Women Out of Workforce During COVID Crisis. Aired 9:30-10a ET.
• Deadly Debacle, Power, Water, Natural Gas Outage Grips Texas; FBI, Prosecutors Scrutinizing Gov. Andrew Cuomo's (D-NY) Handling of Nursing Home Deaths; Maryland Salesman Charged for Brawling with Police During Riot. Aired 1-1:30p ET
• Former Senator Jeff Flake (R-AZ) Calls for Republican Party to Move On From Trump; Interview with Rep. Katie Porter (D-CA); Maxine Waters (D-CA) to Hold First of Three Hearings on GameStop Incident. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• White House Announces Immigration Bill; Storms Slowing Vaccine Rollout; Texas Blackout; Interview With Rep. Lloyd Doggett (D-TX). Aired 3-3:30p ET.
• Judge Tells Alleged Proud Boy Suspect He's "Lucky" after Knife Found; Pentagon: One-Third of Military Refusing COVID Vaccine; Nikki Haley Blames Media for Existing GOP Civil War. Aired 1:30-2p ET.
• Twelve Million Texans Face Water Disruption After Storm; Sen. Ted Cruz (R-TX) Cancun Trip Sparks Outrage; Interview with Florida NAACP Manatee County President Robert Powell. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• Sources Say McConnell Done with Trump and Is Moving on; Trump- McConnell Feud Threatens GOP Path to Power; Hundreds of Thousands Without Power for Fourth Day in Texas; NASA's Perseverance Rover Lands on Mars. Aired 3:30-4p ET.
• Judge Denies Bond for Mother and Son Charged in Capitol Riot; Feds Investigated Roger Stone's Ties to Proud Boys in 2019; Fireworks Erupt as Lawmakers Grill Key Players in GameStop Frenzy; Animals Are Freezing to Death in San Antonio Sanctuary; Biden's Sweeping Immigration Bill Includes 8-Year Path to Citizenship. Aired 2:30-3p ET.


February 17, 2021
• Biden Brings Compassion, Centrism and Big-Time Vaccine Promise at CNN Town Hall; WHO Reports Decline in Global Coronavirus Cases From Last Week; South Africa Receives First Shipment of Single-Dose Johnson & Johnson Vaccine; Japan Struggling to Cope with Virus as Olympics Surge; U.N. Envoy Issues Warning on Myanmar as Protesters Face Down Military; North Korea Accused of Hacking Drug-Maker Pfizer; U.K. Calling for Vaccination Ceasefires Around World; President Biden Addresses Concerns in Town Hall. Aired 12-12:45a ET
• CNN Presidential Town Hall with President Joe Biden; Mass Protest Against Coup is Underway in Myanmar; Biden Says U.S. Will Have 600 Million Vaccine Doses by July; Mexico to File U.N. Complaint Over Vaccine Access; United Kingdom Calling for Vaccination Ceasefires Around Globe; Biden Sells his Stimulus Bill to Americans; North Korea Accused of Hacking Drug Giant; U.S. Sees Decline in Infection and Hospitalizations; South Africa Offers AstraZeneca Vaccine to African Union; U.K., Japan See Progress with Vaccination Efforts. Aired 3-4a ET
• Biden Fields Questions on COVID-19, Economy and Division; Biden: A Vaccine for Every American By July; Biden Pitches His Massive Pandemic Relief Plan; Millions Without Power as Winter Storms Sweep U.S.; Mass Protest Against Coup Underway in Myanmar. Aired 4-4:30a ET
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• Biden on Pandemic: Things Should be Better by Christmas; Biden Pitches His Massive Pandemic Relief Plan; Biden: Every American Can Get Vaccine by End of July; Oil, Stimulus Hopes Power Dow Jones to Record High; Trump Rips McConnell, Deeping GOP Civil War; Attacks Against Asian Americans Spark Calls for Change; North Korea Accused of Hacking Drug Maker Pfizer. Aired 4:30-5a ET
• Biden Makes Bold Vaccine Promise, Says Go Big on COVID Relief; Biden Says, I want to Focus on the American People, Not Trump; Trump Slams Sen. Mitch McConnell (R-KY) after Impeachment Acquittal. Aired 10-10:30a ET
• Biden Says, Now is the Time to Go Big on COVID Relief Bill; Epic Winter Storm in Texas Bringing More Ice, Freezing Rain; Biden Says, I Want to Focus on the American People, Not Trump. Aired 11:30a- 12p ET
• Biden Predicts Life Could Be Returning to Normal By Christmas; White House COVID Response Team Holds Briefing. Aired 11-11:30a ET
• Japan Begins Vaccinating Health Care Workers; Asian-American Discrimination; Millions without Power as Winter Storms Sweep U.S.; Chilean Health Ministry Reports Successful Vaccine Rollout; Digital Currency Tops $50,000 for First Time; Winter Storm Hobbles Texas Oil and Gas Industry; Biden Promises Vaccines For All Americans By End Of July; Concerns For Showdown In Myanmar; Mexican President Takes Vaccine Inequity To The U.N.; U.K. Calls For Plans To Vaccinate In Conflict Zones; Head Of CDC Africa On The Reality Of The African Pandemic; What Has Slowed Japan's Vaccine Roll Out? Aired 1-2a ET
• Biden Makes Several Headlines During First Town Hall as President; Biden Clarifies Elementary Schools Will be Open by End of First 100 Days. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• Launch of First Biden-Era Vaccine may Stumble Over Confusion; Millions Freeze without Power as Debacle Escalates in Texas; CDC Warns that Variants may Lead to Rapid Rise in COVID Cases. Aired 1-1:30p ET
• Interview with Texas Business Owner Jim McIngvale; Hate Crimes Increasingly Target Asian-Americans; North Korea May Have Hacked Pfizer. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• Winter Storms Slowing Vaccine Rollout?; Deep Freeze; Biden Pushes COVID Relief Plan. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• Texas Still Without Power; Trump's Feud with McConnell; Scott Jennings is Interviewed about Trump's Slam against McConnell; Nonprofit Group Battles Vaccine Misinformation. Aired 9:30-10a ET
• UCLA Student Charged for Role in Capitol Riot; Trump Calls for McConnell to be Replaced as Feud Intensifies; NYT: Pentagon Delayed Female Promotions over Fears of Trump Reaction. Aired 1:30-2p ET
• SolarWinds Investigation Will Take Months; President Biden Clarifies Policies at Town Hall; Interview with Texas Resident as Power Outages Continue. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• CDC Warns Variants Could Lead to Rapid Rise in Cases; Trump Rips McConnell After Impeachment Acquittal; Senator Graham Says GOP Won't Take Back Majority Without Trump; Anti-Asian Hate Crime Reports Surge Across U.S. During Pandemic; Activists Track 2800 Anti-Asian Attacks in COVID Months of 2020. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• New J&J vaccine Rollout to be Slower Due to Miscommunication; Gates: 3rd Vaccine Dose May Be Needed to Fight New Variants; Biden Reveals All Living Predecessors Have Called Except One; Biden Reveals He's Never Been to White House Residence Before Presidency & Feels Self-Conscious Being Waited On; What the Battle Between Trump & McConnell Means for GOP. Aired 2:30-3p ET


February 16, 2021
• U.K. Deaths Cut in Half, Cases Down 78 Percent in Past Month; CDC Issues Guidelines for Reopening Schools Safely; U.S. House Speaker Pelosi Wants 9/11-Style Commission to Investigate Capitol Attack; Trump Faces Legal Challenges after Senate Acquittal; Deep Freeze Leaves Millions of Americans in the Dark; Signs of Progress Give Hope to Paramedics in Wales; Climate Activist Arrested Over 'Toolkit' to Help Farmers; CDC: 89% of Kids Live in High Transmission "Red Zones"; Cuomo Admits Mistakes on Nursing Home Data. Aired 12-12:45a ET
• In Germany, 2.3 Million Cases, over 65,000 Deaths; Defiant Coup Protesters Return to Myanmar Streets; Trump Faces Legal Challenges after Senate Acquittal; Researchers Identify Seven COVID-19 Variants Circulating in U.S.; New Zealand Reports No New Cases for Two Days; Guinea Reports at least Three Ebola Deaths and Seven Cases; Deep Freeze Leaves Millions of Americans in the Dark. Aired 2-2:45a ET
• U.K. Wants Slow but Sure Exit to COVID; Paramedics Journey to Save People; Protesters Not Giving Up Their Fight; China Taking Safe Position on Myanmar; U.S. States in Extreme Cold Weather; Aired Young Activist Arrested in India; Jimmy Lai Pleaded Not Guilty; U.K. Deaths Cut In Half As Cases See Major Decline; Companies Face COVID-19 Vaccine Production Challenges; Possible Vaccine Mandates Raise Ethical Questions; Deadly Rocket Attack Strikes Erbil In Iraqi Kurdistan; Investigation Into The Insurrection; GOP Donor Wants Money Back; Bold Business Move In Saudi Arabia. Aired 3-4a ET
• Deep Freeze Leaves Millions of Americans Without Power; Texas Vaccines Redistributed Due to Power Outage; Biden and Democrats Race to Pass COVID-19 Relief Bill; CDC Releases New Guidance on Reopening Schools; Republican Lawmakers Faces Backlash for Not Backing Trump; Myanmar Military Denies Coup, Says Takeover is Constitutional; U.K. Sees Lowest Number of New Cases Since October. Aired 4-4:30a ET
• Trump Still Faces Legal Challenges After Senate Acquittal; Pelosi Announces 9/11-Type Investigation into Riot; Biden Hits Road to Sell COVID Plan on CNN Town Hall; Guinea Reports at Least Three Deaths and Seven Cases of Ebola; Elon Musk Asks Putin to Talk on Clubhouse; Florida Woman Wants an Apology from Star Quarterback. Aired 4:30-5a ET
• Infection Numbers Trend Downwards, Variant Threat Remains; India Charges Activist After Social Media Post; Myanmar's Military Says Takeover Is Constitutional; Civil Action Groups Respond To Asian- American Hate Crimes; Biden Hits Road to Sell COVID Plan; Trump Still Faces Legal Challenges after Senate Acquittal; Deep Freeze Leaves Millions of Americans in the Dark; Saudi Government to Limit Contracts with Foreign Companies; Elon Musk Asks Putin to Talk on Clubhouse. Aired 1-2a ET
• Rep. Bennie Thompson (D-MS), Sues Trump and Giuliani for Conspiracy Related to Capitol Insurrection; Tonight, Biden Faces Questions as Nation Battles Pandemic; U.S. Reports Lowest COVID Case Count Since October. Aired 10-10:30a ET
• Biden Travels to Wisconsin to Make Case for $1.9 Trillion Relief Plan; Los Angeles County Schools Cleared to Reopen as COVID Rates Fall; Over 5.5 Million Without Power from Deadly Winter Storm. Aired 11:30a-12p ET
• Dem Rep. Bennie Thompson, NAACP Sue Trump & Giuliani for Conspiracy Related to Capitol Insurrection; CNN Holds First Presidential Town Hall with Joe Biden at 9PM ET; New York Governor Accepts Some Blame for Nursing Home Scandal, Denies Cover-Up. Aired 11-11:30a ET
• Pelosi announces 9/11-Style Commission to Investigate Capitol Attack; New York Governor Accepts Some Blame for Nursing Home Scandal; Futures Higher As Major Indices Approach Record Highs; Biden Faces Questions as Nation Battles Pandemic; U.S. Reports Lowest COVID Case Count Since October; Winter Storm Forcing Cities, States to Delay Vaccine Distribution; Impeachment Vote Exposes Deepening Rift in the Republican Party. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• Biden Hits Road for First Time as Clock Ticks on COVID Relief; Lawsuit Says, Trump, Giuliani Accused of Conspiring with Far-Right Extremists; Sen. Ron Johnson (R-WI) Says Armed Attack on His Workplace Wasn't. Aired 1-1:30p ET
• Cuomo Denies Cover-up; U.S. Reports Low COVID Case Count; Novavax Vaccine Trial; Utah GOP Hails Differences; Millions without Power in Texas. Aired 9:30-10a ET.
• FBI Oath Keepers Investigation Continues; Nursing Home Employees Reluctant to Take Vaccine; State Republican Parties Move to Censure Over Impeachment Vote. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• COVID Numbers Dropping; Top Democratic Congressman Files Lawsuit Against Trump, Giuliani; Biden Set to Hold Town Hall in Wisconsin. Aired 3-3:30p ET.
• Some of Kinzinger's Family Members Shun Him After Trump Vote; Kroger Health to Offer 1st Smartphone-Enabled COVID Test; Update on Coronavirus Responses Across the Country; FOX Calls Planned, Promoted, Advertised Trump Rally "Spontaneous". Aired 1:30-2p ET.
• President Biden to Visit Wisconsin Tonight; Rep. Bennie Thompson (D-MS) Files Lawsuit Against Trump; Dave Chappelle Draws American Flag Parallel. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• Fauci Says Do Not Get Complacent as COVID Numbers Go Down; CDC Says Variant in U.K. Could Be Dominant in U.S. by March; New Cases and Hospitalizations Down Across the U.S.; North Carolina GOP Censures Senator Burr for Impeachment Vote; McConnell Defends Vote to Acquit Trump; Wisconsin GOP Senator Downplays Deadly Attack on Capitol; Winter Storm Brings Massive Power Outages in Texas. Aired 3:30-4p ET.
• Dr. Benjamin Linas Discusses Losing Patience with Teachers' Unions that Refuse to Return to In-Person Teaching; Historians Take Apart Nikki Haley's George Washington Tweet; Sam DeMarco, Allegheny County Republican Committee Chair, Discusses Why It's a Mistake to Censure Pat Toomey over Impeachment Vote. Aired 2:30-3p ET


February 15, 2021
• Trump Mulls Political Future after Senate Acquittal; Republicans Prepare for Political Backlash after Trial; Military Junta Cracks Down on Protesters; Auckland on Lockdown Until End of Wednesday; Auckland Mayor is Interviewed about New Lockdown; Lebanon Starts COVID-19 Vaccination Campaign; COVID Hospitalizations in the U.S. Decline; Many African-Americans Hesitant to Get Vaccinated; Prince Harry and Meghan Announce She is Pregnant. Aired 12-1a ET
• President Joe Biden's First Hundred Days; World Health Organization Reveals New Findings to CNN; Australia Halts Quarantine- Free Travel from New Zealand; Bitcoin's Stunning Rise; Winter Storms Batter Much of the United States; Donald Trump Acquitted Twice; GOP Sticks with Trump; Journalists Not Exempted in Myanmar; Coronavirus is Far from Over; New COVID Mutations Found in the U.S.; U.K. Hit a New Success Against Coronavirus. Aired 3-4a ET
• Criticism for to Both Republican and Democrat Lawmakers Post Second Impeachment; New COVID Variant Identified in the U.S.; Auckland in Lockdown; South Africa Now Opening Land Borders; Lebanon Kicks Off Vaccination Program; Aung San Suu Kyi To Stay In Detention Until Wednesday; Prince Harry And Meghan Announce She Is Pregnant; UAE's First Mars Mission Sends Back Picture Of Red Planet; $1.9 Trillion COVID Relief Bill Top Priority For Democrats; CDC: Nearly 53 Million Vaccine Doses Administered In U.S. Aired 2-3a ET
• Debate Over Trump Acquittal Rages in Washington, D.C.; Trump Faces Multiple Legal Battles Despite Senate Acquittal; Lawmakers Debate Trump's Future Role in Republican Party; Protesters in Myanmar March Against Junta for 10th Straight Day; Researchers Identify COVID Mutations Circulating in U.S.; Brutal Winter Storms Across U.S. Bring Snow, Ice. Aired 4-4:30a ET
• Trump Acquitted But His Legal Issues Far From Over; Auckland, NZ Locks Down After 300 Days Of Normalcy; Military Crackdown May Be Imminent In Myanmar, Internet Goes Dark; How Britain Is Winning The Vaccination Battle; Opposition Changes its Approach to Demonstrations; W.H.O. Finds Signs of Wider Original COVID Outbreak in 2019; U.S. and Asian Stock Markets Continue Posting Records; Brazil's Carnival Canceled. Aired 1-2a ET
• $1.9 Trillion COVID Relief Bill Top Priority for Democrats; South Africa to Reopen Some of Its Land Borders; Auckland, New Zealand on Lockdown Until End of Wednesday; U.K. Hits Target of 15 Million Doses of COVID Vaccines; Russian Opposition Changes Its Approach to Demonstrations; Prince Harry and Meghan Expecting Second Child. Aired 4:30-5a ET
• Study Identifies Seven New Virus Strains in U.S.; Biden Pushing Congress to Act Quickly on $1.9 Trillion Relief Plan; WHO Investigators Discovers Signs of Wider Outbreak in Wuhan. Aired 10- 10:30a ET
• Biden's Agenda Takes Center Stage Following Impeachment Trial; Trump Faces Mounting Legal Trouble Despite Impeachment Acquittal; Study Finds Seven New COVID-19 Variants in the U.S.; CDC'S New School Reopening Guidelines Create More Confusion. Aired 11-11:30a ET
• Republican Leaders Divided over Trump's Influence Going Forward; New York Governor Under Fire for Alleged COVID Death Toll Cover-Up; Air Travel Surges Over Holiday Weekend Despite CDC Warnings. Aired 11:30a-12p ET
• Interview with Harvard Law Professor Laurence Tribe; Interview with Sen. Chris Van Hollen (D-MD); Alabama Moves to Increase Vaccine Distribution. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• Cases Dropping Across Nation as More New Variants Appear; Biden's Agenda Now in Spotlight as Clock Ticks on COVID Relief; North Carolina Republicans to Censure Sen. Richard Burr (R-NC) Tonight for Vote to Convict Trump. Aired 1-1:30p ET
• Divide Grows in the GOP; Former Rep. Denver Riggleman (R-VA) is Interviewed about the Republican Party; Cover-up Allegations Hit Andrew Cuomo; Air Travel Surges over Holiday Weekend; Winter Storm Grips U.S. Aired 9:30-10a ET.
• New York Governor Andrew Cuomo Holds Press Conference. Aired 3- 3:30p ET
• Study Identifies Seven New Virus Strains in the U.S.; Biden Pushes Congress to Act Quickly on $1.9 Trillion Relief Plan; Trump Still Faces Long List of Legal Issues. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• The United States Identifies Seven New COVID-19 Variants; Democrats Plan to Pass Stimulus by Mid-March; Mike Pence Remained Silent Through Impeachment Trial. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• Cuomo Under Fire Over Alleged Cover-Up of Nursing Home COVID Toll; U.S. Seeing Sharp Decline in Cases and Hospitalizations for Coronavirus; Trump's Acquittal Deepens Rift Within Republican Party; CDC Says Teachers Should Get Vaccine but Not Required to Reopen Schools. Aired 3:30-4p ET.
• Ex-Bush Adviser Peter Wehner Discusses Why GOP Is Still Loyal to Trump; Is Biden Ignoring Netanyahu, Israel Wonders Why No Call Yet; NY Democratic Leaders Draft Bill to Repeal Cuomo's Emergency Powers; Maskless Chats: Floor Moments with Senator Rand Paul. Aired 1:30-2p ET.
• Airlines Push Back Against Virus Test Requirements; Sen. Lindsey Graham Changes His Tune On Trump & GOP; Trump Faces Multiple Legal Battles After Leaving Office; Eleven Senators Who Voted To Impeach Bill Clinton In '90s Voted To Acquit Trump In Second Impeachment; NY Governor Cuomo Speaks On Nursing Home Deaths. Aired 2:30-3p ET


February 14, 2021
• Trump Acquitted in Historic Second Impeachment Trial; McConnell Makes Case for Convicting Trump after Voting to Acquit; Biden Says Democracy Must Always Be Defended; Lebanon Receives First Vaccine Shipment; Myanmar Military Threatens Arrests; California to Open More Vaccination Supersites; France Halts "Sweetheart Visa" for Unmarried Couples. Aired 2-3a ET
• Trump Acquitted in Historic Second Impeachment Trial; McConnell Makes Case for Convicting Trump after Voting to Acquit; Louisiana GOP Censures Cassidy Following Vote to Convict Trump; Trump-McCarthy Call Shows Trump Had No Intention of Calling Off Capitol Rioters; New York Governor Cuomo Accused of Covering Up Nursing Home Deaths. Aired 12-1a ET
• Trump Acquitted in Historic Second Impeachment Trial; McConnell Makes Case for Convicting Trump after Voting to Acquit; Biden Says Democracy Must Always Be Defended; Trump Facing Multiple Criminal and Civil Investigations; U.S. Now Averaging under 100,000 New Daily COVID-19 Cases; California to Open More Vaccination Supersites; Myanmar Military Threatens Arrests. Aired 1-2a ET
• Trump Acquitted in Historic Second Impeachment Trial; McConnell Makes Case for Convicting Trump after Voting to Acquit; U.K. Imposing Hotel Quarantine for Travelers from Hot Spots; Analysis: Trump Responsible for Capitol Violence; Biden Says Democracy Must Always Be Defended; Myanmar Military Threatens Arrests; Quake Rattles Japan. Aired 3-4a ET
• Trump Acquitted In Historic Second Impeachment Trial; McConnell Makes Case For Convicting Trump After Voting To Acquit; U.S. Now Averaging Under 100,000 New Daily COVID-19 Cases; U.K. Imposing Hotel Quarantine For Travelers From Hot Spots; Trump Facing Multiple Criminal And Civil Investigations; Myanmar Military Threatens Arrests; Quake Rattles Japan; France Halts "Sweetheart Visa" For Unmarried Couples. Aired 4-5a ET
• Trump Hints At A Political Comeback After Senate Acquittal; House Impeachment Managers Stand By Decision Of Not Calling Witnesses; Capitol Riot Suspects Rush To Scrub Phones, Social Media Posts; QAnon Supporters Cling To Theory That Trump Is Still President; Trump Voices Concern; The Royal Family; Coronavirus Pandemic Vaccinations. Aired 4- 5p ET
• Focus Turns To Midterms And Fate Of GOP After Trump's Acquittal; Interview With Rep. Don Beyer (D-VA); CDC Says 52-Million- Plus Vaccine Doses Administered In The U.S. Aired 3-4p ET
• Focus Turns To Midterms And The Fate Of GOP After Trump's Acquittal; Trump Facing Multiple Criminal Investigations Post- Impeachment; CDC Issues Guidance On Reopening Schools For In-Person Learning; Senate Acquits Donald Trump, 57 Vote Guilty, 43 Not Guilty; How The Grip Of QAnon Is Tearing Families Apart; Blind Chess Champion Hopes To Inspire Others. Aired 2-3p ET
• Donald Trump Excited About 2022 After Senate Acquittal?; Trump Faces Legal Problems Post-Acquittal; New Cases Of Coronavirus Dipping In The U.S.; QAnon Dividing Families; GameStop Faces Congressional Probe. Aired 5-6p ET
• CDC Says, Nearly 53 Million COVID-19 Vaccine Doses Administered In U.S.; Sen. Lindsey Graham (R-SC) Says, Trump Is Excited About 2022 Midterms; Trump's Shadow Looms Over Republican Party's Future; Dr. Fauci Hopes CDC Guidelines Alleviates Teachers' Concerns; Prince Harry And Meghan Markle Expecting Second Child. Aired 6-7p ET
• Trump's Finances And Freedom At Risk As Legal Issues Mount; What Happens To The GOP After Trump Acquittal?; Do Teachers Need COVID Vaccines Before Reopening Schools?; Trump's Shadow Looms Over Republican Party's Future; Duke University Starts Testing COVID-19 Vaccine On Children; Historic Blast Of Arctic Air Spreading Across Much Of U.S. Aired 7-8p ET
• Trump Faces Mounting Legal Issues Despite Acquittal; Researchers Identify New U.S. COVID Mutations; Factoring Trump's Influence Over The Republican Party's Future; Former Unification Church Member On Combatting Extremism. Aired 8-9p ET


February 13, 2021
• Trump's Defense Team Goes on Offense against Democrats; Trump's Call Shows He Had No Intention of Calling Off Capitol Rioters; Food Shortages in Cuba Force People to Wait in Long Lines. Aired 12-12:30a ET
• Decision On Whether To Convict Trump Could Come Today; Defense Team Goes On Offense Against Democrats; U.S. Capitol Police Officer To Receive Congressional Gold Medal; Flights To Victoria Suspended; Britons Try To Dispel COVID-19 Myths In Minority Communities; Anti- Junta Protesters In Myanmar March For Eighth Straight Day; CDC Updates Guidance On Reopening Schools. Aired 2-2:45a ET
• Trump's Defense Team Goes On Offense Against Democrats; Decision On Whether To Convict Trump Could Come Today; Patchwork Pandemic Response In Europe; U.S. Capitol Police Officer Receives Congressional Gold Medal. Aired 3-3:30a ET
• Trump's Call Shows He Had No Intention of Calling Off Capitol Rioters; Trump's Defense Team Goes on Offense against Democrats; CDC Updates Guidance on Reopening Schools; New Federal Program Ships Vaccines Directly to Pharmacies; Flights to Victoria Suspended; Decision on Whether to Convict Trump Could Come Today; Anti-Junta Protesters in Myanmar March for Eighth Straight Day; IFRC to Launch $110 Million Global COVID-19 Vaccine Campaign; Over 120 Million under Winter Storm Alerts. Aired 4-5a ET
• Forty-three Republican Senators Voted Not To Hold Donald Trump Accountable For Capitol Riot; Senate Acquits Donald Trump: 57 Vote Guilty, 43 Not Guilty; Pelosi Blasts 'Pathetic' McConnell For Acquittal Excuses; Trump Acquitted In Second Historic Impeachment Trial; COVID-19 Death Toll Surpasses 480,000 In The U.S. Aired 7-8p ET
• Senate Acquits Donald Trump, 57 Vote Guilty, 43 Not Guilty; Key Biden Aide Resigns After Threatening Reporter; "Lincoln: Divided We Stand" Premieres Tomorrow At 10:00 P.M. Aired 8-9p ET
• Trump Acquitted In Historic Second Impeachment Trial; Rep. Madeleine Dean (D-PA) Is Interviewed About The Impeachment Trial; Rep. Mike Turner (R-OH) Is Interviewed About The Impeachment Trial. Aired 9-10p ET
• Senate Votes To Acquit Donald Trump, 57 Vote Guilty, 43 Not Guilty; McConnell Makes Case For Convicting Trump After Voting To Acquit; Key Biden Aide Resigns After Threatening Reporter. Aired 10- 11p ET
• Trump Acquitted In Historic Second Impeachment Trial; Trump Said To Be Relieved By His Acquittal; Despite Trump's Acquittal, President Biden Says Substance Of Charges Not In Dispute; Trump Faces Heaping List Of Legal Problems Post-Impeachment; QAnon Conspiracy Theory Believes Trump Will Be Back In Power In March. Aired 11p-12a ET


February 12, 2021
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• Democrats Wraps Their Case and Trump Lawyers Will Begin Defense; Coronavirus Pandemic in the United States; The Highly Contagious Variants are Putting Europe at Risk; A Closer Look at Denmark's Future Coronavirus Passports; Alexei Navalny is Back in Court; Alexey Navalny Back In Court In Defamation Case; Myanmar Coup: Protestors March For Seventh Straight Day; Hong Kong Celebrates Scaled Down Lunar New Year; Impeachment Manager Asks Senators To Convict Trump: "If We Let It Go Unanswered, Who's To Say It Won't Happen Again?" Aired 2-3a ET
• Democrats Wrap Case, Trump Lawyers to Begin Defense; Protests Continue for 7th Day in Myanmar; A Closer Look at Denmark's Future 'Coronavirus Passports'; U.S. Vaccinations Ramping Up After Slow Rollout; Hong Kong Celebrates Scaled-Down Lunar New Year; GOP Senators to Face Reckoning Over Impeachment; CDC Issues New Guidance on Face Masks. Aired 12-12:45a ET
• Democrats Wrap Case, Trump Lawyers To Begin Defense; Most Senate Republicans Expected To Acquit Ex-President; Seventh-Day Of Protest In Myanmar; Activists Ask Companies To Cut Ties With Junta; Saudi Activist's Sisters Rebuke Crown Prince; Tokyo Olympics Chief Yoshiro Mori Resigns; House Impeachment Managers Determined to Impeach Trump; Trump Defense Team Prepares with Their Case; Alexei Navalny Facing Another Charge; President Biden Aims to Vaccinate 300 Million Americans; European Countries Battling with U.K. Variant; Scientist Warns of More Deadly Variant; Victoria Facing Five-Day Lockdown. Aired 3-4a ET
• Surveillance Video Key to House Managers' Case; Feds Oath Keepers Leader Waited for Trump's Direction; Remembering the 2011 Arab Revolt: Ten Years On; News & Analysis Of Day 3 Of Trump's Impeachment Trial; Family Of Freed Saudi Activist Loujain Al-Hathoul Speaks Out; Why Israel's Vaccine Rollout Has Been So Successful; Myanmar Military Takes Control Of Internet And Communications; Myanmar Coup Leaders Shut Down Internet and Communication; Biden Says The U.S. Will Have Enough Vaccine For 300 Million Americans By End July. Aired 1-2a ET
• Soon, Trump Lawyers Deliver Impeachment Defense; Nikki Haley Criticizes Trump, Says He Has No Future in the GOP. Aired 10-10:30a ET
• Trump Lawyers to Deliver Impeachment Defense; Prosecutors Scrutinizing Communications of Paramilitary Extremists; Nikki Haley Breaks with Trump; Former GOP Officials Talk About Forming a Breakaway Conservative Party; Retail Pharmacies to Begin Vaccinating Americans Today. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• Biden's COVID Relief Bill Progresses; COVID Vaccine Studies in Children Currently Under Way; New Show by Stanley Tucci Airs This Weekend. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• Retail Pharmacies Begin Vaccinations. CDC Guidance on School Reopening; White House Meets on Stimulus Relief; Sen. Sheldon Whitehouse (D-RI) is Interviewed about Impeachment. Aired 9:30-10a ET.


February 11, 2021
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• Democrats Build Case that Trump Incited Insurrection; Biden Announces Sanctions on Myanmar Military Leaders; Tokyo 2020 Games President Resigns over Sexist Remarks; WHO Advisers Recommend Oxford Vaccine for All Adults; Democrats Build Case That Trump Incited Insurrection; Saudi Women's Rights Activist Released from Prison; White House Draws Criticism Over Its Definition of Reopening Schools. Aired 12-1a ET
• Democrats Build Case that Trump Incited Insurrection; U.K. Prime Minister Faces Criticism over New Border Policy; Biden Announces Sanctions on Myanmar Military Leaders; U.K. Communities Address Vaccine Skepticism among Minorities. Aired 2-2:45a ET
• Day 2, Impeachment Trial: Dramatic New Audio And Video Of The Siege; Republicans Admit To Impact Of New Evidence; Biden Sanctions Myanmar, Protestors Stand Firm; Iran And U.S. On Nuclear Deal Roundabout; Democrats Build Case that Trump Incited Insurrection; WHO Advisers Recommend Oxford Vaccine for all Adults; Health Experts Report Improving Trends in the Americas; Haiti Police Clash with Protesters; Biden Administration Inheriting Lingering Disputes with Turkey; Auto Makers Hit hard by Global Microchip Shortage. Aired 1-2a ET
• Lawmakers Relive Scenes of Insurrection; U.S.-China Relationship Reestablish; Two Masks Are Better Than One; E.U. Now Speed Up Their vaccine Rollout; U.S. Imposed Sanctions on Myanmar; Haitians Protest to Oust President Moise; Activist Freed After 1000 Days; President Of Organizing Committee Of Tokyo Olympics To Resign; Boris Johnson Defends Tougher Border Policy; U.K. Variant Is Going To Sweep The World; Battling Vaccine Hesitancy Amongst Minorities In United Kingdom; U.S. COVID-19 Deaths Could Reach 540,000 By March 6. Automakers Running Low On Microchips. Aired 3-4a ET
• Democrats Prosecuting Donald Trump's Impeachment Case Paint Him As The Inciter In Chief; Joe Biden Talks To Xi Jingping For The First Time Since Taking Office; Impeachment Prosecutors Expected To Wrap Their Case Up Today; New Evidence That The Iran Nuclear Deal Is In Tatters. Aired 4-4:30a ET
• Today, Impeachment Managers to Zero in on Trump's Lack of Remorse. Aired 10-10:30a ET
• The EU Commissioner Explains Why The Vaccine Roll Out In Europe Takes More Time; Loujain al-Hathloul Has Been Released From Prison; On Monday Crown Prince bin Salman Announced Draft Reforms To Improve Human Rights; A Mathematical Biologist, Kim Yates, Says All The COVID- 19 In The World Could Be Shoved In A Soda Can. Aired 4:30-5a ET
• GOP Senators Signal They will Acquit Trump Despite Damning Videos; Former GOP Officials Talk of Forming Breakaway Conservative Party; House Impeachment Managers to Wrap Up Case Against Trump Soon; House Impeachment Managers Present Evidence Linking Trump to Capitol Hill Rioters; Lawmakers Narrowly Escape Violent Mob. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• Vaccines Continue to Face Access Problems; Anonymous Hacktivist Saved Parler Videos; President Biden Comments on Impeachment. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• Backlash over Mixed Messaging on Reopening Schools; Caution Urged as States Ease Restrictions; Search for Suspect in Sicknick's; Former Teacher Dispels QAnon Lies Death. Aired 9:30-10a


February 10, 2021
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• House Managers Geared Up with Their Case Against Trump; Donald Trump Furious with His Lawyers' Presentation; Trump Lawyers With Weak Defense; Protests Not Ending Soon in Myanmar; U.K. Impose Harsh Travel Restrictions; European Countries Still in Lockdown; House Managers to Begin Presenting Evidence; Donald Trump Unhappy with Attorney's Performance; 200 Plus People Charged in Connection to Capitol Riot; Alleged Capitol Rioter Asks Judge if He Can Visit Peru; Experts Conclude Outbreak Investigation in Wuhan, China; New Cases Down and Vaccinations Up in United States; Investigation to Kobe Bryant's Crashed Release; Bitcoin's Rocketing Rise; Stars Come Out to Support COVID Vaccines; Oldest French Nun Survives COVID-19. Aired 3-4a ET
• Day One of Trump's Second Impeachment Trial; Senate Rejects Argument that Trial is Unconstitutional; Trump Unhappy with Attorney's Performance; Impeachment Turns to Evidence and Trump's Words; France Extends State of Emergency until June; On the Front Lines with Portugal's Ambulance Workers; About 10 Percent of U.S. Has Been Vaccinated with More than 940 Virus Variant Cases Confirmed in U.S.; Bitcoin Moves Up after Tesla Boost. Aired 2-2:45a ET
• House Impeachment Managers to Use New Capitol Security Footage Today; New York Times Reports, Georgia Prosecutors Open Criminal Probe into Trump. Aired 10-10:30a ET
• Security at U.S. Capitol on High Alert for Trump Trial; House Managers Preview Their Case with Dramatic Video of Insurrection; Six GOP Senators Break Ranks to Vote Trump's Trial As Constitutional; House Managers Preview Their Case with Dramatic Video of Insurrection. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• Racial Disparity in Vaccinations; Gordon Humphrey is Interviewed about Impeachment; Expanding ACA Subsidies. Aired 9:30-10a ET.
• Queens Opens New Vaccination Site; House Democrats to Introduce Capitol Security Footage Today; Capitol Security Remains on High Alert For Impeachment Trial. Aired 10:30-11a ET


February 09, 2021
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• Trump Trial to Begin with Debate on Constitutionality; Police Using Water Cannons, Curfew to Quell Protests in Myanmar; Concerns Variants Will Reverse Positive Trends in U.S.; South Africa to Modify Rollout of AstraZeneca Vaccine; Secretary of State Anthony Blinken is Interviewed about Navalny Protests, Iran Nuclear Deal; Military Leader: Will Upload Rohingya Repatriation; U.N. Report: North Korea Actively Developing Nuclear Program; COVID Cases, Hospitalizations, Deaths Down as Concerns about Variants Rise; FOX Business Drops Lou Dobbs After Lawsuit Filed. Aired 12-12:45a ET
• Trump's Second Impeachment Trial Begins Today; South Africa Will Modify Rollout Of AstraZeneca Vaccine; North Korea's Nuclear Program Continues Unabated; Climate Change Ultimately Responsible For Dam Collapse In India; Myanmar Protestors Met With Water Cannons; Senate to Begin Trial with Debate on Constitutionality; U.S. Infections and Hospitalizations on the Decline; Oil Prices Rise to Highest Levels in More Than a Year; Blinken Outlines Biden's Foreign Policy Priorities; U.N. Calls on Israel to Halt West Bank Demolitions; Believers Say President Trump will Soon be Reinstated. Aired 1-2a ET
• Trump Trial to Begin with Debate on Constitutionality; Police Using Water Cannons, Curfew to Quell Protests in Myanmar; Concerns Variants Will Reverse Positive Trends in U.S.; WHO Team Wraps Up in Wuhan; North Korea Using Cybercrime to Fund Nuclear Program; U.N. Calls on Israel to Halt West Bank Demolitions; Oil Rises to Highest Levels in over a Year. Aired 2-2:45a ET
• Hours Away from Second Trump Impeachment Trial; Biden Focusing on COVID Relief, Not Impeachment; U.S. Ramps up COVID Genome Sequencing; U.S. May Require COVID-19 Tests for Domestic Air Travel; Global Oil Prices Have Fully Recovered from Pandemic; Protesters in Myanmar Defy Military After Coup. Aired 4-4:30a ET
• WHO Team Wraps Up Virus Origin Probe In Wuhan, China; Iran Begins Administering COVID-19 Vaccine; U.S. And Iran In Apparent Stalemate Over Nuclear Deal; Blinken On Joe Biden's Policy Toward China; Biden Focusing COVID Relief, Not Impeachment; U.S. Stocks Close At Record Highs; U.S. Mulls COVID Test Requirements For Domestic Flights; Searching For Survivors After Glacier Collapse; Deadliest Week Of U.S. Avalanches On Record; Dance Craze Spreading Joy Around The World; 106 Year Old Pianist Plays Through A Pandemic; Donald Trump Facing Second Impeachment Trial; Protesters Call to End Military Coup in Myanmar; WHO Says Worry Not; Europe Responds Positive to Vaccines; Preparedness and Vigilance Are Best Defense. Aired 3-4a ET
• Blinken on Middle East: A Long Way from Seeing Peace; U.N. Calls on Israel to Halt West Bank Demolitions; U.N.: North Korean Hackers Stole Huge Sums to Pay for Weapons; W.H.O. Team Wraps Up Virus Origin Probe in Wuhan, China; Lawyer Says QAnon Shaman is Deeply Disappointed in Trump; QAnon Believers Say President Trump Will Soon Be Reinstated. February 1-7 Deadliest Week of U.S. Avalanches on Record. Aired 4:30-5a ET
• Soon, Historic Second Impeachment Trial against Trump Begins; Aides Say, House Impeachment Managers to Lay Out Devastating Case that Trump is Responsible for Riot at U.S. Capitol. Aired 10-10:30a ET
• Trump Lawyers Have History of Controversial Legal Matters; CDC to Release Updated School Reopening Guidelines This Week; U.S. Capitol Security on High Alert for Trump Impeachment Trial. Aired 11:30a-12p ET
• Soon: Historic Second Impeachment Trial Against Trump Begins; GOP Rep. Kinzinger Urges Republican Senators to Convict Trump; Sen. Bob Casey (D-PA) is Interviewed About the COVID Relief Package and Trump's Impeachment Trial; Key Metrics Improving but COVID Variants Spreading. Aired 11-11:30a ET
• Biden Administration Considering Negative COVID-19 Test for Domestic Travel; Delta Airlines to Block Middle Seats of its Flights Through April; Historic Second Impeachment Trial Against Trump Begins; Historic Second Impeachment Trial Against Trump Begins Today. Aired 9- 9:30a ET
• Rep. Adam Kinzinger (R-IL) is Interviewed about Impeachment; House Democrats Reject Narrowed Stimulus; Pfizer Increases Production; Hacker Tries to Poison Water System in Florida. Aired 9:30-10a ET.
• Senate Democrats Meet to Map Out COVID Agenda During Impeachment; Live Coverage of Sen. Chuck Schumer (D-NY) Impeachment Comments; QAnon Supporters Look to March 4th. Aired 10:30-11a ET


February 08, 2021
• Senate To Begin Trump Trial But Conviction Seems Unlikely; Tom Brady Dominates As Buccaneers Beat Chiefs In Super Bowl; Biden: I Think It's Time For Schools To Reopen Safely; At Least 14 Killed When Glacier Bursts In India; Hospitals In Malawi Face Lack Of Vaccines, Medical Supplies; Sarah Thomas Becomes First Female Super Bowl Official. Aired 12-1a ET
• Democrats Plan Video Evidence At Trump Impeachment Trail; Tampa Bay Bucks Take Super Bowl 31-9; Myanmar Protests Gain Momentum, So Far Peaceful; South Africa Pauses AstraZeneca Vaccine; Some Experts Say $1.9T Stimulus Could Speed Job Recovery; Navalny Supporters Regrouping after Police Crackdowns; Netanyahu at Courthouse to Enter Plea; The Highs and Lows of Super Bowl Entertainment. Aired 1-2a ET
• P.M. Benjamin Netanyahu Pleaded Not Guilty; Democrats Working on Financial Assistance for Families; Patients Not Giving Up; Protesters Calling to End Coup; Australian Open Starts; Impeachment Might Be Dead on Arrival; Tom Brady Breaking Another Record; South Africa Pauses Vaccine Rollout; Oxford University to Retool Vaccines; President Biden Blames Trump. Aired 3-4a ET
• Brady Leads Tampa Bay Buccaneers in Win Over Kansas City; Fans Celebrate on the Streets, Ignore COVID Guidelines; South Africa Pauses AstraZeneca Vaccine Rollout; Trump to Face Historic Second Impeachment Trial This Week. Biden Calls Continuing Pandemic a National Emergency. Aired 4-4:30a ET
• L.A. County Sees Drop in Key COVID Numbers; Teachers Fear for Safety Amid Calls to Reopen Schools; Democrats to Unveil New Bill Boosting Child Tax Credit; Protesters March in the Streets of Myanmar for Third Day; Netanyahu Pleads Not Guilty to Corruption Charges; Tennis Fans Descend on Melbourne as Tournament Begins; The Highs and Lows of Super Bowl Entertainment. Aired 4:30-5a ET
• Historic Second Impeachment Trial against Trump Begins Tomorrow; WHO Meeting Today after Study Finds AstraZeneca Vaccine Offers Minimal Protection against South African Variant; Democrats Unveil $3,000 Child Benefit as Part of Biden Relief Plan. Aired 10- 10:30a ET
• Large crowds hit streets of Tampa before and after game; Fans celebrate on the streets, ignore COVID guidelines; Biden urges Americans to wear masks in Super Bowl message; Trump's Historic Second Impeachment Trial Set this Week; School Reopening Guidelines to be Released by CDC; Prime Minister Netanyahu Enters Plea on Charges of Corruption; South Africa's Vaccine Rollout on Pause; Tampa Bay Wins Super Bowl 55, Fears of Possible Surge of the Virus. Aired 2-3a ET
• COVID Relief Bill Includes Child Tax Credit Boost; House Democrats to Investigate Health Agencies; Malawi Battles South African COVID-19 Variant Without Vaccines. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• White House COVID Response Team Holds Briefing. Aired 11-11:30a ET
• White House COVID Response Team Holds Briefing; Trump Legal Team Files New Brief Ahead of Senate Trial; Democrats to Unveil $3,000 Child Benefit as Part of Biden Relief Plan. Aired 11:30a-12p ET
• Trump's Legal Team Accuses Democrats of Political Theater in New Brief; Cases Drop, but U.S. Still Averaging 3,000-plus deaths each day; Critical Week for Fate of Biden's COVID relief plan. Aired 1- 1:30p ET
• Vaccine Urgency in Latinx Community; Chicago Schools Reach Tentative Deal; Yellen Comments on Stimulus Package; Rep. Jason Crow (D-CO) is Interviewed about Impeachment. Aired 9:30-10a ET.
• Robert Reich, Former Labor Secretary, Discusses Critical Week for Fate of Biden COVID Relief Plan; NYC Public Defender, Eliza Orlins, Discusses Federal Judge Allowing Capitol Riot Suspect to Vacation in Mexico; Heightened Security at Capitol This Week Amid Trump Impeachment Trial; Poll: Millions Who Likely Voted for Trump Want Him Barred from Future Office. Aired 1:30-2p ET
• COVID Variants Spreading in U.S.; Trump's Second Impeachment Trial Set For Tuesday. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• Historic Second Impeachment Trial Against Trump Begins Tomorrow; Dems to Unveil $3,000 Child Benefit as Part of Biden Relief Plan; President Biden Says Time to Reopen Schools; U.K. Variant Spreading Rapidly Throughout the U.S.; Vaccines to be Administered at CVS and Walgreens; Trump's Lawyers Lay Out More Details of Defense Strategy; Futures Higher As Democrats Face Critical Week for COVID Relief; Vaccine Urgency Growing As COVID Slams Chicago's Latinx Community. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• Democrats to Unveil $3,000 Child Benefit in Biden Relief Package; Schumer & Ocasio-Cortez Team Up to Help Families Pay for Funerals; Schumer Locking Arms with Progressives Amid Challenge Threat; GOP's Censure of Trump Critics Contradicts "Cancel Culture" Takes; Riot Defendant's History of Intimidating Lawmakers, Racist Speeches; Former State Sen. Roger Katz (R-ME) Discusses Riot Defendant Kyle Fitzsimons. Aired 2:30-3p ET
• Senate Impeachment Pretrial Briefs Released; Rep Ron Wright (R- TX) Dead After COVID Diagnosis; COVID Relief to Include Extra Funding for Children. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• White House Says Biden Committed to Raising Minimum Wage; Critical Week for Fate of Biden's COVID Relief Plan; Biden Says Time for Schools to Reopen Safely; Ex-QAnon Follower Says It's a Cult. Aired 3:30-4p ET


February 07, 2021
• Capitol Rioter Says He Was Following Trump's Directions; Ground Rules Still to Be Set for Senate Trial; U.S. Democrats Pave Way for COVID-19 Relief Bill; U.S. Vaccination Ramps Up ahead of Super Bowl; Making the Case for Easy Home Tests; Russian Protesters Detained by Police Describe Abuse; Proud Boys Face New Charges; Super Bowl Host City under Tornado Watch. Aired 12-1a ET
• Capitol Rioter Says He Was Following Trump's Directions; Ground Rules Still to Be Set for Senate Trial; Super Bowl Host City under Tornado Watch. U.S. Vaccination Ramps Up ahead of Super Bowl; Making the Case for Easy Home Tests; Unique Locations around the World Become Mass Vaccination Sites; U.S. Democrats Pave Way for COVID-19 Relief Bill; New Video Shows U.S. Capitol under Attack; Thousands Protesting in Myanmar; Super Bowl LV Set to Kick Off. Aired 1-2a ET
• European Countries Ease Restrictions as COVID-19 Cases Fall; Nearly 40 Million Vaccinations Administered in U.S.; Ground Rules Still to Be Set for Senate Trial; Thousands Protesting in Myanmar; Russian Protesters Detained by Police Describe Abuse; Isolation and Loneliness Intensify Grief for Surviving Families; Super Bowl Host City under Tornado Watch. Aired 2-3a ET
• Capitol Rioter Says He Was Following Trump's Directions; Ground Rules Still To Be Set For Senate Trial; U.S. Democrats Pave Way For COVID-19 Relief Bill; U.S. Vaccination Ramps Up Ahead Of Super Bowl; European Countries Ease Restrictions As COVID-19 Cases Fall; Thousands Protesting In Myanmar; Locations Around The World Become Mass Vaccination Sites; Chinese New Year 2021; Super Bowl Host City Under Tornado Watch; Super Bowl LV Set To Kick Off. Aired 3-4a ET
• U.S. Vaccination Ramps Up Ahead Of Super Bowl; European Countries Ease Restrictions As COVID-19 Cases Fall; Capitol Rioter Says He Was Following Trump's Directions; Ground Rules Still To Be Set For Senate Trial; U.S. Democrats Pave Way For COVID-19 Relief Bill; Thousands Protesting In Myanmar; Russian Protesters Detained By Police Describe Abuse; Super Bowl LV Set to Kick Off. Aired 4-5a ET
• Ground Rules Still To Be Set For Trump's Senate Impeachment Trial; Capitol Rioter Says He Was Following Trump's Directions; U.S. Democrats Pave Way For COVID-19 Relief Bill; U.S. Vaccination Ramps Up Ahead Of Super Bowl; European Countries Ease Restrictions As COVID-19 Cases Fall; Thousands Protesting In Myanmar; Russian Protesters Detained By Police Describe Abuse; Super Bowl LV Set To Kick Off. Aired 5-6a ET
• Senate To Begin Historic Second Impeachment Of Trump On Tuesday; More Contagious COVID Variant Spreading Rapidly In U.S.; Chicago Teachers Union Says No Deal On In-Person Learning Yet; Yellen Says, $1.9 Trillion Relief Bill Could Bring Full Employment In 2022; Detained Protesters Describe Abuse At Hands Of Police; Chiefs Assistant Coach Involved In Car Crash. Aired 2-3p ET
• Study Shows More Contagious COVID Variant Spreading Rapidly In The U.S.; Senate To Begin Historic Second Impeachment Of Donald Trump On Tuesday; NYT Reports Flynn Reemerges To Push QAnon And Election Conspiracies. Aired 3-4p ET
• Trump To Face Historic Second Impeachment Trial This Week; President Biden Weighs In On Reopening Schools Amid Coronavirus Pandemic; COVID-19 Variants; Super Bowl LV. Aired 4-5p ET
• President Biden Declares National Emergency; Second Impeachment Trial Of Trump To Start On Tuesday; South Africa's AstraZeneca Rollout Put On Hold; Super Bowl LV, Tampa Bay Versus Kansas City. Aired 5-6p ET
• Trump To Face Historic Second Impeachment Trial This Week; Study Shows More Contagious COVID Variant Spreading Rapidly In U.S.; More Than 20 Women Arrested For Role In Capitol Riot. Aired 6-6:30p ET
• Tampa Bay Buccaneers Beat Kansas City Chiefs 31-9 In The Super Bowl LV; Some 25,000 Fans Attended The NFL Game With Masks And PPE; Senate To Begin Trump's Second Impeachment Trial But Conviction Seems Unlikely; Coronavirus Pandemic; Myanmar Coup; Super Bowl LV. Aired 11p-12a ET


February 06, 2021
• Vaccinations Ramping Up as New Cases Decline; CDC to Release New Guidance on Reopening Schools; Australian Open Will Allow Tens of Thousands of Fans at Matches. Aired 12-12:15a ET
• U.K. Planning to Offer Vaccine to Everyone over 50 by May; E.U. Leaders Weighing the Removal of Some COVID-19 Measures; Impact of Variants on Vaccines a Growing Concern; Thousands March in Yangon against Military Junta; U.S. Democratic Lawmakers Set Stage to Pass COVID-19 Bill; Anger and Grief in Wuhan One Year Later. Aired 2-2:45a ET
• Vaccinations Ramping Up as New Cases Decline; AstraZeneca Vaccine Effective against U.K. Variant; Impact of Variants on Vaccines a Growing Concern; Thousands March in Yangon against Military Junta; U.S. Democratic Lawmakers Set Stage to Pass COVID-19 Bill; Australian Open Will Allow Tens of Thousands of Fans at Matches. Aired 3-3:30a ET
• Vaccinations Ramping Up as New Cases Decline; TSA Announces New Fines for Mask Violators; Front Line COVID-19 Workers Facing Psychological Impacts; U.S. Democratic Lawmakers Set Stage to Pass COVID-19 Bill; Chinese Diplomat Takes Hard Line in Call to Secretary Blinken; Thousands March in Yangon against Military Junta; Fight over Methane Heats Up between Biden and Texas. Aired 4-5a ET
• Vaccinations Ramping Up as New Cases Decline; Former President's Senate Trial to Begin February 9; Chinese Diplomat Takes Hard Line in Call to Secretary Blinken. Aired 5-6a ET
• Sites Opening Across U.S. to Administer Coronavirus Vaccines; National Football League Offers Stadiums as Coronavirus Vaccination Sites; Nearly 200 People Charged in Capitol Riots Including Several Members of Rightwing Group Proud Boys. Aired 10-11a ET
• U.S. Showing Slight Decline In Coronavirus Cases; Biden Doesn't Expect $15 Minimum Wage To Survive In Relief Bill; Embattled Greene Blasts Dems And GOP For Her Committee Removals; Cities Facing Pushback Over Grocery Worker "Hero Pay"; Countdown To Super Bowl LV. Aired 11a- 12p ET
• CDC: Nearly 37 Million Vaccine Doses Administered; U.S. Showing Slight Decline In Coronavirus Cases; CDC: Watch Superbowl With People You Live With, No Large Parties; Proud Boys Members Face New Charges Over Capitol Attack; Pennsylvania "Free Store" Helping Those Who Need It Most; Fox Cancels "Lou Dobbs Tonight" Amid $2.7B Lawsuit. Aired 12- 1p ET
• Sports Stadiums Across U.S. Open Up As Mass Vaccination Sites; Biden Says Trump Shouldn't Receive Classified Intelligence Briefings, Citing "Erratic Behavior"; Leon Panetta, Former CIA Director & Former Defense Secretary, Discusses Report On Frustrations About Politics Today; Two Republicans Fined For Capitol Security Violations; Families Look For Closure After Losing Loved Ones To COVID; NFL Working To Avoid Super Spreader Sunday At Super Bowl. Aired 1-2p ET
• Senate Braces For Trump's Second Impeachment Trial; CDC Says Schools Can Safely Reopen, White House Says They're Not Ready; CNN Goes Inside Gathering of QAnon Followers; Answering Viewers' Legal Questions In CNN's "Cross Exam"; Countdown To Super Bowl LV. Aired 3- 4p ET
• Senate Braces For Trump's Second Impeachment Trial; Biden: "There Is No Need" For Trump To Still Get Intelligence Briefings Due To His Erratic Behavior; Democrats Signal They're Unlikely To Subpoena Trump To Testify; CDC: More Than 39 Million COVID-19 Vaccine Doses Administered in U.S.; FOX Business Network Abruptly Cancels "Lou Dobbs Tonight"; How The NFL Is Ensuring Safe Conditions For Sunday's Super Bowl. Aired 4-5p ET
• Wyoming GOP Formally Censures Rep. Liz Cheney (R-WY); "New York Times:" 144 Constitutional Lawyers Call Trump's First Amendment Defense Legally Frivolous; CDC Says, More Than 39 Million Vaccine Doses Administered In U.S.; Slight Decline In New Cases & Hospitalizations Across U.S.; One-On-One With New Homeland Security Secretary; Live From Tampa With Super Bowl LV Preview. Aired 5-6p ET
• Biden Gets Emotional About Son's New Book On Addiction; Trump Faces Democratic-Controlled Senate In Unprecedented Second Trial; Biden Announces Major Changes In U.S. Foreign Policy Goals; Biden Announces Major Changes In U.S. Foreign Policy Goals; Historic Second Impeachment Trials Starts Tuesday; Vaccine Hesitancy Threatens To Undermine Herd Immunity Goal. Aired 8-9p ET
• New Video Of Capitol Rioter In Aftermath Of Attack: Trump Is Still Our President; Trump Faces Dems-Controlled Senate In Unprecedented Second Trial; Ahead: The Truth Behind Trump Big Election Lie; FOX Business Cancels Lou Dobbs' Show After Defamation Lawsuit Filed. Aired 7-8p ET
• Sites Opening Across U.S. to Administer Coronavirus Vaccines; New Coronavirus Cases and Deaths Begin to Decrease in U.S.; Department of Defense Begins Deploying National Guard to Help with Coronavirus Vaccine Distribution; Prominent Rioter Charged in Storming of Capitol Profiled; Vice President Kamala Harris Casts Tie Breaking Votes Related to Senate COVID Relief Bill. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• Donald Trump Faces Democrat-Controlled Senate In Unprecedented Second Impeachment Trial; GOP Tries To Find Its Footing After Intense Week Of Infighting; More Than 39 Million Vaccine Doses Administered In The U.S. According To The CDC; Biden: Days Of U.S. "Rolling Over" To Russia Are Over; Biden Under Pressure To Sanction Russia Over Navalny Poisoning. Aired 6-7p ET


February 05, 2021
• U.S Back in World Stage; World Leaders Will Observe U.S. Moves; Russian Court Has All Reasons to Keep Alexei Navalny in Jail; Trump Lawyers Not Buying the Bait; Rep. Greene's Demure Portrayal Did Not Stick on Lawmakers; Latest Forecast Predicts 630,000 Plus Deaths In The United States; Johnson and Johnson Seeks Emergency Use For Vaccine; 600 Plus Variant Cases Identified In The U.S.; Parents Organize To Get Chicago Schools Reopened; Economist Predict Jobless Rate Will Stay At 6.7 Percent; Nigeria Pushes Ahead With Registration Policy Amid Outbreak; U.K. Minister Claiming About 4,000 COVID-19 Variants Globally; Aftermath Of Brexit; Hong Kong Introduces National Security Rules For Schools; Play Resumes Ahead Of The Australian Open. Aired 3-4a ET
• President Biden Proclaims America is Back, Democracy is Back as He Announces Major Foreign Policy Shifts; Alexei Navalny Appears at Hearing on Defamation Charge; Johnson & Johnson Asks FDA to Authorize Its One-Dose Vaccine; France Avoided Third Partial Lockdown; One-On- One Interview with Oksana Pyzik; Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene Ousted from Committees; U.S. House Ousts Rep. Greene From Committee Assignments; Adviser: Trump Won't Testify At Senate Trial; Myanmar Coup: Protestors Hope To Drive Out Military Junta; WHO Team Visits Wuhan Lab. Aired 2-2:45a ET
• COVID Numbers Decrease In 41 States, Variants Loom Large; Taylor Greene Recants But Is Removed From Committees; Pan-Health Organization: South Americans Will Not Be Fully Vaccinated By End Of 2021; Biden's Foreign Policy, More Of The Same With Nuances; J&J Vaccine's FDA Approval Possible In Three Weeks. Aired 1-2a ET
• Biden Proclaims 'America is Back, Diplomacy is Back'; U.S. House Ousts Rep. Greene from Committee Assignments; J&J Asks FDA to Authorize One-Dose Vaccine; White House Considers Mailing Face Masks to Every American; Protests Object to Military Coup in Myanmar; Russian Doctor Who Treated Navalny's Poisoning Has Died; London's Influence in Financial Sector Unclear Post Brexit; Anti-Vaxxers Use Pro-Trump 'Stop the Steal' Crusade to Advance Conspiracy Theories. Aired 12-1a ET
• U.S. House Ousts Rep. Greene from Committee Assignments; Trump's Lawyers Reject Request to Testify Before Senate; CDC: More than 600 Variant Cases Identified in the U.S.; Biden Lays Out Blueprint to Restore U.S. Diplomacy; Alexey Navalny Appearing at Court Hearing on Libel Charge. Aired 4-4:30a ET
• Biden Meets with House Democratic Leaders on COVID Relief Bill; University of Oxford Says, AstraZeneca Vaccine Effective Against U.K. Variant. Aired 10-10:30a ET
• White House COVID Response Team Holds Briefing; Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene (R-GA) Speaks Out after House Removes Her from Committees; Economy Adds 49,000 Jobs in January, Unemployment Rate Falls to 6.3 Percent. Aired 11:30a-12p ET
• U.S. House Ousts Marjorie Taylor Green from Committees; Green has Supported Conspiracy Theories, Calls for Violence; Economists Predict Jobless Rate Will Stay at 6.7 Percent; U.K. Minister: About 4,000 COVID-19 Variants Globally; European Countries Advising Against Use of AstraZeneca Vaccine for Those Over 65; Students and Teachers at Odds Over In-Person Learning. Aired 4:30-5a ET
• White House COVID Response Team Holds Briefing. Aired 11-11:30a ET
• U.S. Economy Adds 49,000 in January; Biden to Meet with House Democratic Leaders on COVID Relief Bill; Biden Administration Weighs Plan to Send Masks to All Americans; Yankee Stadium Hosts Mass Vaccination Event; Nearly Seven Million People Fully Vaccinated in the U.S.; GOP Congresswoman Greene Speaks After House Kicks Her Off Committees; Experts Call Attention to Racial Disparities is Vaccine Access. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• Racial Disparities in Vaccine Access; Trump Rejects Offer to Testify; Biden Meets on COVID Bill. Aired 9:30-10a
• Marjorie Taylor Greene More Emboldened?; Biden Pushes Ahead on COVID-19 Relief Package; Positive COVID-19 Trends. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• President Trump Refuses to Testify at Impeachment; Biden to Send Troops to Help Vaccinate; Interview with CEO of Baltimore City Public Schools Sonja Brookins Santelises. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• White House Press Briefing. Aired 1:30-2p ET
• Biden Says Going to Act Fast on COVID Relief Bill Despite GOP Pushback; Congress Passes Key Step and Paves Way for Democrats to Pass Relief Bill; Trump Rejects Request to Testify at Senate Trial; CNN Goes Inside QAnon Gathering. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• White House and CDC Director Disagree on School Safety; Interview with Former Republican Knute Buehler; Interview with North Dakota Gov. Doug Burgum (R). Aired 2-2:30p ET
• White House Briefing as Senate Fast Tracks Biden's COVID Relief Plan. Aired 1-1:30p ET
• Gov. Doug Burgum (R-ND) Discusses Coronavirus & Vaccines; FOX Host Sean Hannity Tries to Distance From Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene; Smartmatic Files $2.7 Lawsuit Against FOX, Rudy Giuliani, Sidney Powell. Aired 2:30-3p ET


February 04, 2021
• Defense Secretary Orders Review of Extremism in the Military; House Democrats Plan to Vote to Strip Marjorie Taylor Greene from Committee Assignments; GOP Keeps Liz Cheney in House Leadership Post, Refuses to Remove Greene from Committees; Global Confidence in Vaccines on the Rise; U.N. Chief: Coup is "Absolutely Unacceptable"; Pilots Blame Pandemic Downtime for In-Flight Mistakes; South Carolina Mom Explains Why She Left QAnon; Vaccination Teams Reach Out to the Elderly in Istanbul; House GOP Voting Now on Fate of Liz Cheney. Aired 12-1a ET
• GOP Keeps Liz Cheney in House Leadership Post, Refuses to Remove Greene from Committees; Dr. Fauci: U.S. Not Vaccinating Quickly Enough to Stay Ahead of Mutations but Getting Better; AstraZeneca Drastically Slows Virus Spread; U.N. Chief: Myanmar Military Coup is "Absolutely Unacceptable"; Some Lawmakers "Betrayed" by Lawmaker's Impeachment Vote; Husband and Father Dies of U.K. COVID-19 Variant; Surge of Infections Overwhelms Japan's Medical System. Aired 2-2:45a ET
• Back To School Debate Remains Divisive Topic Across Europe; Schools In Some Countries Remain Open With Measures; Canada Designates The Proud Boys As A Terrorist Group; South Carolina Mom Explains Why She Left QAnon; Grief In The Age Of COVID-19; Tokyo 2020 President Apologies For Sexist Remarks; Australian Open Players In Isolation After Confirmed Case; Veterinarians Teaching Dogs To Sniff Out Coronavirus; United Kingdom Claps For The Late Captain Tom Moore; Three Women Nominated On The Golden Globe Award; People Now Trusting Vaccines; Sputnik V Reach 91 Percent Efficacy; Rep. Liz Cheney Remain in Her Post; Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene's Fate Hanging by a Thread; Time to Stop Military Power in Myanmar; Janet Yellen Meeting with Regulators; Pilots Admit Their Rusty Mistakes. Aired 3-4a ET
• Small Decline In U.S. COVID Cases, Warning Of Upcoming Rise From Variants; Cheney Keeps Her Rank, Taylor Greene Gets Admonished; Aung San Suu Kyi Charged, Military Blacks Out Internet; Yellen Wants Regulators to Meet on Market Turmoil; Activists Call for Beijing 2020 Boycott over Uyghur Camps; Italy's Draghi Now Trying to Rally Parliament to End Crisis; Australian Open Players Isolated after COVID Case in Hotel; Pandemic Making it Hard for Families to Mourn Loved Ones. Aired 1-2a ET
• House to Vote on Removing Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene (R-GA) from Committees; CDC Says, Increasing Data Suggests U.K. Variant may Increase Mortality; House Paves Path to Pass COVID Relief Deal with No GOP Votes. Aired 10-10:30a ET
• McCarthy: Green's Comments Happened Before She was Elected; Cheney Survives Vote to Remove Her from Leadership Role; Democrats Push Ahead with $1.9 Trillion COVID Relief Proposal; Survey Shows Trust in COVID Vaccines is Rising; U.K. to Test Mixing of Different Vaccines in New Study; Yellen Calls Regulators' Meeting on Market Turmoil. Aired 4-4:30a ET
• Democrats Aim to Take Away Greene's Committee Assignments; Republicans Take No Action against Marjorie Taylor Greene; South Carolina Mom Explains why She Left QAnon; Some Voters Feel Betrayed by Lawmakers Impeachment Vote; Imprisonment of Navalny Expected on Biden's Agenda; Global Health Care Gets Creative with Unique Vaccine Sites. Aired 4:30-5a ET
• Biden's Foreign Policy; Sen. Amy Klobuchar (D-MN) is Interviewed about Unemployment, a COVID Relief Deal, Preventing Monopoly Power; Pilots Say Layoffs are Leading to Mistakes. Aired 9:30-10a ET.
• House GOP Forced to Defend or Rebuke Representative Greene in Vote Today; House Paves Path to Pass COVID Relief Deal with No GOP Votes; Biden Suggests He's Open to Shifting Income Thresholds for $1,400 Direct Stimulus Checks; CDC: Increasing Data Suggests U.K. Variant May Increase Mortality. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• President Biden Delivers Address at State Department; House to Vote on Removing Marjorie Taylor Greene From Committees. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• Democrats Ask Trump to Testify Under Oath at Impeachment Trial; Smartmatic Files $2.7 Billion Lawsuit Against FOX News, Rudy Giuliani, Sidney Powell; Biden, Harris Speak to State Department Employees. Aired 1:30-2p ET
• Federal Nutritional Assistance Program Enrollment Up 20 Percent, But More May Be Needed; Interview with Sen. Bill Cassidy (R- LA); Kansas City Chiefs' Barber Tests Positive for COVID-19. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• Soon the House Votes on Removing GOP Rep. Greene From Committees; Democrats Ask Trump to Testify Under Oath at Impeachment Trial; Voting Tech Company Files $2.7 Billion Lawsuit Against Fox, Trump Allies; New Cases Continue to Decline Across U.S. as Death Toll Tops 450,000. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• Rep. Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) Says, Extreme Conspiracy Theorists inside House are a Threat; White House Holds Briefing as House Readies Vote on Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene's (R-GA) Committee Roles; White House Holds Briefing Ahead of Biden's State Department Visit. Aired 11:30a-12p ET
• Smartmatic Files $2.7 Billion Lawsuit Against FOX News, Rudy Giuliani, Sidney Powell; Democrats Ask Trump to Testify Under Oath at Impeachment Trial; Biden Delivers His 1st Foreign Policy Address. Aired 2:30-3p ET
• Rep. Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) Holds News Conference; House Paves Path to Pass COVID Relief Deal with No GOP Vote; Soon: House to Vote on Removing Rep. Greene from Committees. Aired 11-11:30a ET
• House Democrats Request Trump Testimony; Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene (R-GA) States School Shootings, 9/11 Happened; Interview with Parkland School Mother Linda Beigel Schulman. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• GOP Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene (R-GA) Speaks on Floor Ahead of Vote to Punish Her; Democrats Ask Trump to Testify Next Week at Impeachment Trial. Aired 1-1:30p ET


February 03, 2021
• Worldwide COVID Cases Dropped; Outrage Spark Amid Navalny's Conviction; World Leaders in Unison Calling Out Russian Government; Jeff Bezos Stepped Down as CEO; Biden Administration Reversing Trump's Bad Policies; Republican COVID-19 Relief Plan Way Too Small as Biden Chase a Bipartisan Covid Relief Plan; Trump's Impeachment Trial; Republicans Torn Over Greene's Behavior and Views; Fallen U.S. Capitol Police Officer Lying in Honor; Russia's New Sputnik Hopes; WHO Investigates Lab in Wuhan, China; Chinese New Year Travel Reduced Due to COVID-19; Captain Sir Tom Moore Dies of COVID-19. Aired 3-4a ET
• Virus Mutations "of Concern" in U.K.; Outrage over Navalny's Conviction; Democrats May Use "Reconciliation" to Fast-Track Aid; Trump's Impeachment Trial; Dubai Opened to Tourists and Cases Surged; IOC to Share "Playbooks"; Jeff Bezos Steps Down as Amazon CEO. Aired 2-2:45a ET
• Navalny Protests Intensify After Sentence, Kremlin Stands Firm; Wuhan Investigators Visit High-Profile Virology Lab; Resources Low In Colombia, Staff Running On Empty And No Vaccines In Sight; Bezos Steps Down But Not Away From Amazon; Biden Turns To Immigration Priorities; Myanmar: Citizens' Calls To Protest Military Take-Over; Biden Pays Respect to Fallen Capitol Police Officer; Trump's Second Impeachment Trial; Republicans Discuss Marjorie Taylor Greene's Future; Fighting Vaccine Skepticism; Russia's Sputnik V Vaccine is Safe, Highly Effective; British Fundraising Hero Dies of COVID. Aired 1-2a ET
• Republicans Discuss Marjorie Taylor Greene's Future; Democrats Standing Firm on $1.9 Trillion Relief Plan; Biden Moves to Undo Trump's Immigration Policies; Team Trump: His Speech Protected by First Amendment; Fallen U.S. Capitol Police Officer Lying in Honor; New Details Outline Minutes Before Rioter was Killed; Jeff Bezos to Step Down as Amazon CEO. Aired 4-4:30a ET
• Democrat and GOP Leaders Reach Power-Sharing Agreement; GOP Leaders Face Critical Test Over Fate of Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene (R-GA) and Rep. Liz Cheney (R-WY); Biden to Host Democratic Senators in Oval Office to Discuss $1.9 Trillion Relief Package. Aired 10- 10:30a ET
• U.S. to Ship Vaccines directly to Retail Pharmacies; U.K. Conducting Massive Variant Detection Operation; Health Experts Battle Vaccine Skepticism and Misinformation; World Leaders React to Prison Term for Kremlin Critic; British World War II Veteran Who Raised Millions Dies at 100. Aired 4:30-5a ET
• FBI Raids Homes in Insurrection Investigation; South Carolina Mom Leaves QAnon Behind; Senate Power Sharing Agreement; GOP to Restricting Voter Access. Aired 9:30-10a
• GOP Leaders Face Critical Test Over Fate of Representatives Green and Cheney; Merrick Garland's Confirmation Being Delayed by Lack of Power-Sharing Deal; Senate Democrats Still Without Committee Control Due to Power-Sharing Agreement Stalemate; Democrats Moving Ahead Without GOP Support on COVID Relief; CVS and Walgreens to Begin Giving Shots Next Week. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• Democrats Push Forward on COVID-19 Relief Bill; What Age Group Is Spreading COVID-19?; House GOP to Decide Fate of Marjorie Taylor Greene and Liz Cheney. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• Update on Coronavirus Responses Across the World; Source: McCarthy's Decision to Allow Democrats to Decide Fate of GOP's Greene Is Potentially Career-Ending Mistake"; White House Press Briefing as Clock Ticks on COVID Relief Bill. Aired 1:30-2p ET
• Live Coverage of Brian Sicknick at the Capitol; Invocation by House Chaplain Margaret Grun Kibben, Speeches by Sen. Charles Schumer (D-NY), Rep. Nancy Pelosi (D-CA), Benediction by Senate Chaplain Barry C. Black; Brian Sicknick to Be Buried at Arlington National Cemetery. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• White House Says Biden Sticking by $1,400 COVID Relief Checks; Democrats Take 1st Steps to Remove Conspiracy Rep. from Committees; Some Republicans Want Cheney to Apologize for Impeachment Vote; Father Dies of COVID & Hospital Confirms He Contracted U.K. Strain; Capitol Rioter Asks Judge to Let Her Visit Mexico for Vacation. Aired 2:30-3p ET
• White House COVID Response Team Holds Briefing; Biden Meets with Sen. Chuck Schumer (D-NY), Democratic Committee Chairs on Relief Bill; Departure Ceremony for U.S. Capitol Officer Killed in January 6 Riot. Aired 11:30a-12p ET
• Live Coverage of White House Press Briefing; Jen Psaki Reiterated Biden's Support for the Space Force; Negotiations on COVID Relief Bill Continue. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• Biden Tells Democrats, We Need to Act Fast, on COVID Relief Bill; Congressional Aides Call for Trump's Conviction; House Democrats Move to Stop Rep. Greene from Entering Committees; Interview with Rep. Jason Crow (D-CO) Why Trump Should Be Impeached; State Department Says U.S. a Long Way from Directly Negotiating with Iran; Former QAnon Follower Explains Why She Left Movement. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• Democrats Take First Steps to Remove Conspiracy Representative from Committees; Senate GOP Pile on House Republicans Over Conspiracy Mess; Officer Killed in Mob Riot Honored in U.S. Capitol Rotunda. Aired 1-1:30p ET
• Today: House GOP Holds Key Meeting Amid Party Divisions; GOP Leaders Face Critical Test Over Fate Of Reps. Greene And Cheney; White House COVID Response Team Holds Briefing. Aired 11-11:30a ET
• Outrage over Navalny's Conviction; Biden Administration Reversing Trump Immigration Policies; Jeff Bezos Steps Down as Amazon CEO; U.S. COVID-19 Cases in Decline. Aired 12-1a ET


February 02, 2021
• Myanmar Under Military Rule; World Stage Must React at Myanmar's Situation; Alexei Navalny's Fate Still Undetermined; U.K. Expands Testing in Highly Infected Areas; Pandemic Can't Stop Olympic Games; E.U. Soon to Receive Its Vaccines; Russian Court Set To Rule Navalny Jail Term; Biden Meets With Republican Senators About COVID Relief; President Trump On Impeachment Trial; Man Charged With Attacking Officer Who Suffered Concussion; McConnell Saying Loony Lies Are Cancer For Republican Party; Biden Set To Sign New Executive Actions On Immigration; Proposals To Reunite Families, Citizenship For DACA Recipients; Rancher, Border Wall Was Hostile Takeover Of My Property; Coronavirus In Picture; Singer Reveals Alzheimer's Diagnosis; WallStreetBets Boosted GameStop And AMC Stocks. Aired 3-4a ET
• Russian Prosecutors Seek Jail Term for Navalny; Investigators Recommend No Charges in Killing of Rioter; Capitol Siege; McConnell: Loony Lies are Cancer for the Republican Party; India's Mass Vaccination Plan Slows over Vaccine Doubts; Japan Expected to Extend State of Emergency in Some Areas; Navalny's Court Hearing Today; NLD Calls For Release Of Senior Leaders In Myanmar; If Virus Can't Duplicate, It Can't Mutate. We Need To Vaccinate; WHO Team In Wuhan, Investigation Update. Aired 1-2a ET
• Russian Prosecutors Seek Jail Term for Navalny; Thousands Detained Across Russia; Myanmar's Military Seizes Power, Detains Aung San Suu Kyi; The Global Fight against COVID-19; Biden Hosts Republicans to Discuss COVID-19 Stimulus; Democrats to Accuse Trump of Intentionally Inciting Rioters; CDC: 471 Cases of New COVID Strains Detected in 32 States. Aired 12-1a ET
• Powerful Winter Storm Blasts U.S. East Coast; Biden Meets with Senate Republican on COVID Relief; Trump Adds New Lawyers to His Defense Team; Democrats Pushing for Greene to Lose Committee Assignments; Officials Call for Ramping Up of Vaccination Efforts; Merkel: All Germans to be Offered Vaccine by September 21. Aired 4- 4:30a ET
• Russian Prosecutors Seek Jail Term for Navalny; Thousands Detained Across Russia; Myanmar's Military Seizes Power, Detains Aung San Suu Kyi; The Global Fight against COVID-19; Biden, GOP Senators Still Far Apart On COVID Relief After Meeting; Punxsutawney Phil Selling Personalized Messages. Aired 2-3a ET
• Ocasio-Cortez Says She Survived Sexual Assault; Federal Prosecutors Have Charged More Than 175 People in Capitol Riots; Republicans Proposing Smaller COVID-19 Relief Bill; Russian Court Set to rule on Navalny Jail Term; Heavy Troop Presence Day After Military Seizes Power in Myanmar; Iran Says U.S. Has Limited Time to Reenter Nuclear Deal; Tokyo Preparing for Olympic Games Amid the Pandemic. Aired 4:30-5a ET
• Senate Dems Preparing to Pass Relief Without GOP Support; House Impeachment Managers to Outline Their Case Against Trump; McConnell Slams Congresswoman Greene Over Her Conspiracy Theories; CDC: Only 38 Percent of Nursing Home Staff Accepted COVID-19 Vaccines; Futures Up As Concerns Over Trading Frenzy Ease. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• Stopping New Virus Strains; Accurate Information to get over Vaccine Hurdles; Biden's Executive Orders on Immigration; COVID Stimulus Plan; Judge Deciding Navalny's Case. Aired 9:30-10a
• Republican Infighting; Trump's Impeachment Defense Strategy?. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• W.H. Briefing as Dems Move Ahead Without GOP on COVID Relief; Task Force Announces Direct Vaccine Shipments to Pharmacies. Aired 2- 2:30p ET
• House Impeachment Managers Outline Their Case against Trump; Democrats' Impeachment Filing Says, Trump Threatened the Constitutional System; Senate Democrats Preparing to Pass Relief Without GOP Support. Aired 10-10:30a ET
• Interview with Axios Reporter Jonathan Swan; Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D-NY) Describes Capitol Riot Experience; Five Law Enforcement Officers Shot During Florida Arrest. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• Outrage Erupts After Poisoned Putin Critic Sentenced to Jail; Democrats Plan to Move Ahead Without GOP on COVID Relief; Interview with Sen. Richard Blumenthal (D-CT), COVID Relief Plan; Study Suggest People Infected Previously with COVID Many Only Need One Dose for Vaccination. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• Biden to Sign Executive Orders Focused on Immigration; Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D-NY) Says, I'm a Survivor of Sexual Assault; Navalny Shouts Down Prosecutor, Calls Putin The Poisoner During Chaotic Court Hearing for Russian Opposition Leader. Aired 11:30a-12p ET
• Where Was Anti-"Looney Lie" McConnell During Trump Era?; Dolly Parton Joins Small Club Who Rejected Medal of Freedom; White House Press Briefing. Aired 1:30-2p ET
• Democrats, Trump Defense Team Reveal Impeachment Pre-Trial Arguments; Protests Build as Moscow Court Sends Putin Foe to Jail for 2.5 Years; Task Force Announces Direct Vaccine Shipments to Pharmacies. Aired 1-1:30p ET
• House Impeachment Managers Outline Case Against Trump In New Brief; Soon: Deadline For Trump's Response To Impeachment Article; Democrats Plan To Move Ahead Without GOP On COVID Relief. Aired 11- 11:30a ET
• White House Press Briefing; Psaki Questioned On Any Changes To Family Separations At The Border; More Protests Expected In Moscow After Navalny Sentenced; House Democrats & Trump Defense Team Reveal Pretrial Arguments; FOX's Tucker Carlson Defends Marjorie Taylor Greene As GOP Decides Her Fate. Aired 2:30-3p ET


February 01, 2021
• Myanmar Now Under Military Control; COVID Relief Bill Under Negotiation; Experts Warn of Darker Days to Come; Donald Trump's Team Prepares for His Impeachment Trial; WHO Scouring Evidence of Virus Source; Bereaved Families Express Their Outrage; Johnson & Johnson Vaccine Could be Third Cleared in U.S; Protests in European Capitals Over COVID Restrictions; Nearly Nine Million People Have Had Their First Vaccine Dose in United Kingdom; Russian Protesters Undeterred by Crackdown; Scottish Fishermen Say Red Tape Threatens to Kill Their Business; Millions of Americans Facing Powerful Winter Storm. Aired 3- 4a ET
• Myanmar Military Seizes Power in Coup; Republicans Quiet Over Marjorie Taylor Greene's Comments; Rep. Kinzinger Starts PAC to Address 'Poisonous' Environment in GOP; Anger and Grief Among Wuhan Residents One Year Later; Watchdog Group: Russian Police Arrested 5,000+ Demonstrators Sunday; Tens of Millions Facing Powerful Winter Storm; A Closer Look at GameStop's Wild Week. Aired 12-1a ET
• Myanmar Government Taken Over By Military; Mass Arrests In Russian Protests; Defining Today's Republican Party; Californian Hospitalizations Decrease But More Covered Variants Detected; 95,000 Deaths In January In The U.S. From COVID; Republicans At White House Today To Negotiate COVID Package; Exclusive CNN Interview: Ryu Hyeon- Woo, Defected North Korean Diplomat; Myanmar Military Seizes Power in Coup; Brazil Unable to Contain Outbreak Amid Vaccine Shortage; W.H.O. Team Visits Wuhan Market Where COVID First Found; GameStop Bubble Has Not Burst. Aired 1-2a ET
• Military Coup in Myanmar; January Declared Deadliest Month in the Pandemic in the U.S.; Two New Lawyers to Defend Donald Trump in Impeachment Trial; President Biden Meets with Republican Senators on COVID Relief; North Korean Diplomat Defects to South Korea; Myanmar Military Seizes Power In Coup; Who Team Visits Wuhan Market; Hundreds Arrested During Protests In Belgium. Aired 2-3a ET
• Biden's Unity Push Faces Major Test in COVID Relief Debate; Gov. Jim Justice (R-WV) Says, State Has Completed Vaccinations at All Nursing Homes and Assisted Living Centers; Florida's Vaccine Rollout Frustrates Residents. Aired 10-10:30a ET
• International Condemnation of Military Coup in Myanmar; Fewer than 100,000 Americans Hospitalized for COVID-19; More Than 31 Million COVID Vaccines Administered in U.S.; Trump Names Two New Lawyers After Defense Team Collapses; Millions of Americans Facing Powerful Winter Storm. Aired 4-4:30a ET
• U.K. Government Says Nearly 9 Million Have Had First Vaccine Dose; Protests in European Capitals Over COVID Restrictions; W.H.O.- Led Team Gets Access to Chinese Flu Data; Nationwide Demonstrations in Russia Call for Navalny's Release; North Korean Defector Talks About His Decision to Flee; Retail Investors Make Silver Latest Target. Aired 4:30-5a ET
• Interview with Chief Science Officer of the CDC COVID Response Team John Brooks; Former President Trump Raised $31 Million; FBI Probe is Largest Since 9/11. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• Sen. Chris Van Hollen (D-MD) is Interviewed about Stimulus and Impeachment; Chicago In-Person Learning Delayed; Safety of In-Person Learning and Vaccine Updates. Aired 9:30-10a
• Vaccine Rollout; Republicans Meet With Biden to Propose Smaller COVID Relief Bill; Blizzard Slams East Coast. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• Insurrectionist Charged with Assaulting Semi-Conscious Officer; Some Capitol Attackers Didn't Vote in Election They Tried to Overturn; Update on Coronavirus Responses Across the Country; W.H.O. Team in Wuhan, China, to Investigate Origins, Spread of COVID; Soon, Biden & 10 GOP Senators to Meet on COVID Relief Negotiations. Aired 1:30-2p ET
• Biden to Meet with 10 GOP Senators on COVID Relief; Biden's Unity Push Faces Major Test in COVID Relief Debate; Mass Vaccination Site Officially Opens at Boston's Fenway Park; Nationwide Mask Mandate Begins Tonight on All Public Transportation; Trump Raises Millions While Pushing Debunked Voter Fraud Claims; Trump Names 2 New Lawyers After 5 Members of His Defense Team Quit; McCarthy to Meet with Congresswoman Greene This Week Over Controversies. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• Trump Announces New Legal Team Days Before Impeachment Trial Begins; At Least 9 Top Health NY Health Officials Have Quit or Been Reassigned Recently; Major Snowstorm Disrupts Travel, Shuts Down Vaccination Sites. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• White House COVID Response Team Holds Briefing; CDC Says, Variants Continue to be a Great Concern. Aired 11:30-12p ET
• Interview with Infectious Diseases Division Director at Cincinnati Children's Hospital Dr. Paul Spearman; President Biden to Meet with Senate Republicans Today; "Saved by the Bell" Star Dustin Diamond Dead at 44. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• House Majority Leader to Deliver Ultimatum on GOP's Greene; Parkland Mom Speaks with Embattled GOP Congresswoman; Ukraine's President: Riots "Strong Blow" to U.S. Democracy; Biden Administration: Iran "Weeks Away" from Enough Material to Build Bomb; Chicago Teachers Push Back on City's Demands to Return to Class. Aired 2:30-3p ET
• White House COVID Response Team Holds Briefing; Nationwide Mask Mandate for Public Transportation Begins Tonight; Soon: Biden Meets with 10 GOP Senators to Discuss COVID Relief. Aired 11-11:30a ET
• White House Holds Briefing Before Biden Meets With GOP Senators; CDC Says, Women, White Americans Most Likely To Be Vaccinated So Far. Aired 1-1:30p ET


January 31, 2021
• U.S. COVID-19 Hospitalizations Fall Below 100K; Five Lawyers Quit Trump Defense Team; Italy Easing Some Coronavirus Restrictions; Growing Concern over "Long COVID Syndrome"; Putin Tries to Discredit Navalny; Losing a Son to Suicide; Biden Administration Inherits Numerous Middle East Crises; Part of West Coast Highway Collapses into Pacific Ocean. Aired 12-1a ET
• U.S. COVID-19 Hospitalizations Fall Below 100K; California Ends Regional Stay-At-Home Order; Republicans In Turmoil Over Controversial Georgia Representative; Small Town Mayor Embraces QAnon; Putin Tries To Discredit Navalny; Biden Administration Inherits Numerous Middle East Crises; COVAX Initiative On Track To Meet Goal. Aired 1-2a ET
• COVAX Initiative On Track To Meet Goal; U.S. COVID-19 Hospitalizations Fall Below 100K; Protesters Disrupt Major L.A. Vaccination Site; Much Of Peru Enters Lockdown; Putin Tries To Discredit Navalny; Biden Administration Inherits Numerous Middle East Crises; U.S. Military Veterans Were Capitol Rioters. Aired 2-3a ET
• U.S. COVID-19 Hospitalizations Fall Below 100K; E.U. Withdraws Threats To Trigger Brexit Clause On Vaccines; Putin Tries To Discredit Navalny; Republicans In Turmoil Over Controversial Georgia Representative; Protests In Poland Over Abortion Law; Much Of Peru Enters Lockdown; Canadian Couple Charged With Violating COVID-19 Rules; COVID-19 Survivors In Care Home Celebrate Vaccinations. Aired 3-4a ET
• Putin Tries To Discredit Navalny; Scientists Worry About Fast- Spreading COVID-19 Mutations; Republicans In Turmoil Over Controversial Georgia Representative; California Ends Regional Stay- At-Home Order; Much Of Peru Enters Lockdown; Biden Administration Inherits Numerous Middle East Crises. Aired 4-5a ET
• Putin Tries To Discredit Navalny; Republicans In Turmoil Over Controversial Georgia Representative; Biden Intensifies Lobbying For COVID-19 Relief Bill; Scientists Worry About Fast-Spreading COVID-19 Mutations; India Turns Vaccine Supply Into Diplomatic Goodwill; Biden Administration Inherits Numerous Middle East Crises. Aired 5-6a ET
• Donald Trump's Impeachment Trial Defense Team Quits; The Future And The Divide In The Republican Party; January Is The Deadliest Month Of The Pandemic; Trump Pardons Convicted Drug Smuggler; Chaos With Vaccine Shortages In The U.S. Aired 5-6p ET
• Ten GOP Senators Offer Counterproposal For COVID-19 Relief Plan; Trump's Impeachment Defense Attorneys Quit Days Before Trial; Cal State Northridge Hosts Mass Vaccination Even; Russian Security Forces Crack Down On Opposition Protesters; 4,000-Plus Detained In Opposition Protests In Russia; Around 110 Million-Plus Americans Under Winter Weather Alerts; CDC Director Says, Variants Threaten To Further Stress Health Care System. Aired 2-3p ET
• Trump's Impeachment Defense Team Quits Days Before Senate Trial; WHO Visits Wuhan, China Believed To Be The Ground Zero For COVID-19; New York City Data Shows Racial Disparity In COVID-19 Vaccine Access; New Study Reveals Children In School May Put Them And The Communities At Lower Risk; Developing COVID Booster; COVID Relief Package; Russian Security Cracks Down. Aired 4-5p ET
• Ten GOP Senators Offer Counterproposal For COVID-19 Relief Plan And Request Meeting With President Biden; Nearly 100,000 Americans Killed In January, Worst Month Of The Pandemic; Donald Trump's Defense Team Quits Just Over A Week Before Impeachment Trial. Aired 3-4p ET
• White House Open To Scaling Down Stimulus Checks; Source: Trump Selects New Impeachment Trial Lawyer; Angry Protests Erupt Across Russia In Support Of Jailed Putin Critic, 5,000-Plus People Detained; Interview With Gov. Andy Beshear (D-KY) About COVID-19 Cases; How QAnon Is Devastating Families; London Man Released From The Hospital After 306 Days. Aired 6-7p ET
• Republicans Offer Scaled-Down COVID Relief Bill; Trump Names New Impeachment Trial Lawyers; January Marks Deadliest Month Since The Start Of COVID Pandemic; Interview With Rep. Nancy Mace (R-SC) About Clashes Between Extremist And Mainstream Republicans; GOP Implodes As Extremist And Mainstream Republicans Clash; Thousands Arrested Nationwide As Demands For Putin Critic's Release Grow Louder. Aired 7- 8p ET
• Hospitalizations Drop Below 100K for the First Time in Two Months; White House Open to Scaling Down COVID Relief Plan; Trump Rebuilds Legal Team for Senate Impeachment; Myanmar's Army Details Leader Aung San Suu Kyi; Race to Vaccinate Intensifies as New COVID Variants Spread; Interview with Representative Nikema Williams (D-GA) about Censure Bill against Marjorie Taylor Greene; "The Divided States of America"; The White House Welcomes First Dogs Champ and Major. Aired 8-9p ET


January 30, 2021
• Johnson & Johnson Vaccine Could Be Third Cleared in U.S.; Canada Announces Hotel Quarantine for Most Travelers; Third Night of Protests in Poland over Abortion Law. Aired 12-12:15a ET
• New Model: Variants May Lead to 85,000 More Deaths by May; U.S. Research: Two Masks Better than One?; Canada Announces Hotel Quarantine for Most Travelers; Bodycam Footage Shows Rioters Attacking Police; GameStop Rally Reignites After Stock Apps Lifts Restrictions; Biden Still Wants Bipartisan Relief Bill Despite GOP Pushback; Republican Party Faces Deepening Divide in Post-Trump Era. Aired 2- 2:45a ET
• New Model: Variants May Lead to 85,000 More Deaths by May; Johnson & Johnson Vaccine Could Be Third Cleared in U.S.; Some House Republicans Scrutinized over Social Media Posts; FBI: Suspect Planted Pipe Bombs the Night Before Capitol Riot. Aired 3-3:30a ET
• Reporting Indicates Approximately 49 Million Vaccine Doses Distributed in U.S. with 27.8 Million Administered; Biden Administration Signals COVID Relief Package Possibly Passed through Reconciliation if Republican Lawmakers Withhold Support; Authorities Searching for Man Spotted on Video Planting Pipe Bombs at Capitol Ahead of Riots. Aired 10-11a ET
• Johnson & Johnson Vaccine Could Be Third Cleared in U.S.; CDC Extends No Eviction Order to End of March; Biden Still Wants Bipartisan Relief Bill Despite GOP Pushback; FBI: Suspect Planted Pipe Bombs the Night Before Capitol Riot; U.S. Military Veterans Were Capitol Rioters; E.U. Withdraws Threats to Trigger Brexit Clause on Vaccines; Democratic Lawmaker Moves Office after Harassment by Colleague; Small Town Mayor Embraces QAnon; GameStop Rally Reignites After Stock Apps Lifts Restrictions. Aired 4-5a ET
• Johnson & Johnson Vaccine Could Be Third Cleared In U.S.; Biden Still Wants Bipartisan Relief Bill Despite GOP Pushback; Democratic Lawmaker Moves Office After Harassment By Colleague; Trump Impeachment Trial To Begin February 9; FBI: Suspect Planted Pipe Bombs The Night Before Capitol Riot; E.U. Threatens To Trigger Brexit Clause On Vaccines; U.K. Variant In 400-Plus U.S. COVID-19 Cases; U.S.-Russia Nuclear Treaty Extended Until 2026; GameStop Rally Reignites After Stock Apps Lifts Restrictions. Aired 5-6a ET
• Masks Will Be Required On All U.S. Public Transit Starting Monday; Georgia Races To Administer Vaccines; Variants Projected To Be More Dominant In U.S. By Spring; New Study Adds To Nationwide Discussion On School Spread; Dems To Introduce Censure Of Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene; Interview With Rep. Nikema Williams (D-GA). Aired 11a-12p ET
• Evidence Indicates New Variants Of Coronavirus Spreading In U.S.; CDC States Passengers On Public Transportation Must Wear Masks; Biden Administration Signals COVID Relief Package Possibly Passed Through Reconciliation If Republican Lawmakers Withhold Support; GOP Suffering Intraparty Conflict Between Trump Supporters And Opponents; Republican Congresswoman Marjorie Taylor Greene Draws Criticism For Social Media Posts Espousing Conspiracies; Experts Answer Questions On How to Safely Reopen Schools During Ongoing Coronavirus Pandemic. Aired 2-3p ET
• Democrats Call For Expulsion Of GOP Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene; Pelosi On Security Concerns: The Enemy Is Within The House Of Representatives; Key Model: In Worst Case, U.S. Death Toll From COVID- 19 Could Reach 654,000 By May 1; Johnson & Johnson To Submit FDA Application For Vaccine Next Week; Bodycam Video Shows Rioters Viciously Attacking Police During Insurrection; Biden Reopens Affordable Care Act Enrollment; The Young Widows Of COVID-19. Aired 12-1p ET
• Maryland Becomes Second State To Report South African COVID Variant; Biden: Relief Bill Must Pass, With Or Without Republicans; CNN Analysis: White People Are Getting Vaccinated At Higher Rates Than Black, Latino Americans; Controversial Members & Looming Impeachment Trial Drive GOP Infighting; Hospitals Overcrowded As New COVID-19 Variant Rips Through Brazil. Aired 1-2p ET
• Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene (R-GA) Says She Had A Great Call With Trump; California Passes 40,000 Death Toll As State Eases Restrictions; Johnson & Johnson To Submit FDA Application For Vaccine Next Week; FBI: Pipe Bombs Found Near Capitol Placed Night Before Capitol Riot; Arkansas Governor Calls For "Transparent" Trial For Trump; New Bodycam Video Shows Police Beaten By Mob During Riot; Alexie Navalny Calls On Biden To Sanction Putin Allies. Aired 3-4p ET
• Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene Says She Had a "Great Call" With Trump; Rep. Bennie Thompson (D-MS) Is Interviewed About Rep. Greene's Call With Trump; Manhunt Intensifies For Suspect Who Planted Bombs At DNC, RNC The Night Before Capitol Riot; Capitol Police Call For Permanent Fencing, Rapid Response Force; Trump And Allies Target Liz Cheney After Impeachment Vote; CDC: 29.5 Million COVID-19 Doses Administered In U.S. Aired 4-5p ET
• Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene (R-GA) Says She Had A Great Call With Trump; New Footage Shows Mob Of Rioters Violently Assaulting Officers; California Passes 40,000 Death Toll As State Eases Restrictions; Answering Viewer's Legal Questions In CNN's "Cross Exam" With Elie Honig; U.S. Military Veterans Were Capitol Rioters; GameStop Mania Shakes Up Wall Street. Aired 5-6p ET
• COVID-19 Has Killed At Least 438,452 People In The U.S. & Infected More Than 26 Million; CDC Says In-Person Learning Is Low-Risk With Right Precautions; Republican Extremists, Trump Loyalists Seize GOP Spotlight; South African Coronavirus Variant Detected In Second U.S. State; WSJ: Rally Prior To Capitol Riot Funded By Trump Donor, Helped By Far-Right Conspiracy Theorist, Alex Jones. Aired 6-7p ET
• GOP Implodes As Extremist And Mainstream Republicans Clash; Rep. Greene Boasts Of Call With Trump, Vows She Won't Back Down; GOP Sen. Romney & GOP Rep. Greene Slam Each Other In Tweets; New Study Reveals Children And Communities May Be At Lower Risk When Children Are In School; Small Town Mayor Embraces QAnon; Hospital Near Amazon Overwhelmed By New COVID Variant. Aired 7-8p ET
• GOP Implodes As Extremists And Mainstream Republicans Clash; Two Of Trump's Lead Impeachment Attorneys Leave Team; QAnon Jumps From Online Conspiracy To Real-Life Violence; Biden Administration Touts Ambitious Climate Change Plan; Newly Revealed Police Video Shows Rioters Attacking Officers. Aired 8-9p ET


January 29, 2021
• Vaccine Racing with Daily Infections and Deaths; Tug of War Over COVID Vaccine; Healthcare Workers Exhausted by the Pandemic; Alexei Navalny Remains in Jail; Protesters Came Out to Support Navalny; Family Asking for Justice; U.S. Lawmakers Concerned About Security After Insurrection; Some Democrats Calling For Expulsion Of Greene From Congress; Trump Looms Large As Republicans Face Identity Crisis; WHO Team Investigating Virus Origin Leaves Quarantine; India Begins Vaccine Diplomacy; Robinhood Facing GameStop Backlash; Cicely Tyson, Who Played Strong Black Woman Has Died. Aired 3-4a ET
• COVID Variants Could Lead to Many More Deaths in the United States; E.U. Orders Inspection of Belgium's AstraZeneca Site; Fast- Spreading Variants Challenge Vaccine Effort; Inside the Race to Get Vaccines to Poorer Countries; Biden's Challenges at Home and Abroad; U.S. Outraged As Pakistan Supreme Court Orders Release Of Men Convicted In Daniel Pearl Murder; Russian Court Decides Alexey Navalny Will Stay In Detention; Democrats Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez And Republicans Ted Cruz Call For Investigation Into Robinhood. Aired 2- 3aET
• E.U. Orders Inspection of Belgium's AstraZeneca Site; Inside the Race to Get Vaccines to Poorer Countries; U.S. Economy Shrinks in 2020; Biden Issues 22 Executive Orders in First Week; Teen Convicted of Blasphemy Freed; Pakistani Court Upholds Acquittal in Daniel Pearl Murder; Canadian Couple Charged with Violating COVID Rules; S.C. Officials Confirm Cases of More Contagious Coronavirus Strain; Proposal to Build Permanent Fence Around Capitol Meets Resistance. Aired 12-12:45a ET
• GOP's Identity Crisis Has Trump At Its Center; Portugal's Healthcare System Overwhelmed With COVID; Race Against Variants In The U.S. Begins; Essential Workers Need Vaccinations First; Calls To Expel Marjory Taylor-Greene From Congress; W.H.O. Team Investigating Virus Origins Leaves Quarantine; Cheating and Favoritism Mar U.S. Vaccine Efforts; India Pledges to Donate Vaccines to Neighboring Countries; Protecting Sierra Gorda; GameStop's Wild Run Freaking Out Wall Street; Award Winning Actress Cicely Tyson Dead at 96. Aired 1-2a ET
• COVID Variants Could Lead to Many More Deaths; CDC has Warned that U.K. Strain Could Make Pandemic Worse; Biden Pushes $1.9 Trillion Relief Bill Despite Stalemate; U.S. Lawmakers Concerned About Security After Insurrection; Trump Looms Large as Republicans Face Identity Crisis; Parkland Families Call for Congresswoman Green to Resign. Aired 4-4:30a ET
• Johnson & Johnson Vaccine 66 Percent Effective in One Month, Study Indicates Efficacy may Grow Stronger over Longer Time; White House Holds Briefing as Stimulus Talks Ramp Up and COVID Strains Spread. Aired 10-10:30a ET
• White House Chief of Staff: COVID Relief Bill Gaming Momentum on Capitol Hill; Judge Scolds Riot Suspect Who Sat at Pelosi's Desk, Denies Him Bail; GameStop Soaring Again After Trading App Eases Controversial Ban. Aired 9:30-10a ET
• EU and AstraZeneca Seek to Resolve Vaccine Row; Hospitals in Portugal Struggle to Keep Up with Case Surge; Pressure Mounts on Health Care Workers; Court Rules Alexey Navalny Will Stay in Detention; Backlash Over Robinhood's Move to Limit GameStop Trading. Aired 4:30-5a ET
• Johnson & Johnson Vaccine is Single Dose But Less Effective than Pfizer and Moderna; Trump Targets Congresswoman Liz Cheney As He Unites with McCarthy; GOP Under Pressure to Rebuke Congresswoman Greene for Shocking Rhetoric; GOP House Members Who Voted to Impeach Trump Face Backlash at Home. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• Live Coverage of White House Briefing; Democrats to Pass COVID Relief Soon; Johnson & Johnson Vaccine Shows Efficacy. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• Former Rep. and Former Gov. Mark Sanford (R-SC) Discusses Whether the GOP Will Bow to Conspiracies; NY Gov. Cuomo Accused of Undercounting COVID Nursing Home Deaths. Aired 1:30-2p ET
• Johnson & Johnson Releases Clinical Trial Results; President Biden Visits Walter Reed; FBI Finds D.C. Pipe Bombs Were Premeditated. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• J&J Trials Show 85% Efficacy Against Severe COVID Disease; Fauci: Johnson & Johnson Data Tells Us We Now Have a "Value-Added" Additional Vaccine Candidate; Biden Still Wants Bipartisan Relief Bill Despite GOP Pushback; War Brews Within GOP Pitting Moderates Against Trump Allies; Fauci: Variants Projected to be More Dominant in U.S. by Spring; New Model: Variants May Lead to 85,000 More Deaths by May; Fauci: U.S. Health Officials Hope to Begin Vaccinating Children by Late Spring, Early Summer; Biden Touring Vaccination Site at Walter Reed Hospital; CDC Director Hopeful Schools Can Reopen Soon With Teacher Vaccinations and Mitigation Measures; FBI: Pipe Bombs Found Near Capitol on Day of Attack Were Placed There the Night Before; GameStop Rally Reignites After Stock Apps Lifts Restrictions; FBI Boosts Reward to $100k for Info on Capitol Pipe Bomber; Gaetz Slams Fellow Republican Liz Cheney for Impeachment Vote, Ignoring Calls for Unity; Rep. Greene Removes Social Media Posts Amid Scrutiny of Past Controversial Comments. Aired 3-3:30p ET.
• War Brews Within GOP Pitting Moderates Against Trump Allies; Biden Says Now Is Time to Act on COVID Relief; Rep. Sheila Jackson Lee (D-TX), Bipartisanship Passing of The Stimulus Bill; McConnell Says Reliance on Executive Orders at Odds with Biden Promises; Stock App Under Fire for Raising $1 Billion While Restricting Trades of GameStop. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• White House COVID Response Team Holds Briefing; Biden and Harris Get Update on Economy from Treasury Secretary Yellen; Democrats Call for Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene (R-GA) to be Ousted. Aired 11:30- 12p ET
• Georgia Politics Changes U.S. & Reflects Sharp Divide; Trump Allies Target Cheney, GOP Defectors in Bid to Galvanize Base; Russia's Putin Now on His 5th U.S. President; Rural America Dispatches Couriers in Minivans to Deliver Vaccine; Mayor Jane Castor (D-Tampa) Discusses Ordering Mask Use Outdoors for Superbowl. Aired 2:30-3p ET
• First One-Dose Vaccine Shows 85 Percent Protection Against Severe COVID; Blame Trump Emerges Among Charged Insurrectionists; GOP Bows to QAnon, Trump Despite Deadly Attack on Capitol. Aired 1-1:30p ET
• White House COVID Response Team Holds Briefing; South Carolina Reports First Known Cases of South African Variant in U.S.; Johnson & Johnson Vaccine 66 Percent Effective, 85 Percent for Severe Disease. Aired 11-11:30a ET


January 28, 2021
• E.U. Pissed Off with AstraZeneca's Slow Delivery; DHS Warns of a Copycat Attack; President Biden Looking Closely at Climate Change Problems; China Poses as U.S. Top Security Concern; Some Asian Nations Form Loose Coalition to Counter China; WHO Team Investigating Origins Of Virus Leaves Wuhan Hotel; White House Addresses Vaccine Distribution Issues; Supply Of Vaccines Not Meeting Demand In U.S.; School System Reopens After Jump in Student Suicides; WHO Fears Poorer Nations Won't Have Access To Vaccines; Amateur Investors Trigger GameStop Surge; Mastermind Of Daniel Pearl's Murder Released From Prison; The Price Of Opposing Vladimir Putin. Aired 3-4a ET
• DHS Advisory: Domestic Terrorist Attacks A Real Possibility; Supply and Inequitable Vaccine Distribution Slows World's Recovery; U.S. makes sweeping changes to climate change response; January deadliest month since start of pandemic; WHO Team Begins Investigating Virus Origin in Wuhan; Boris Johnson's History of Pandemic U-Turns; White House Monitoring GameStop Trading; Wild Salmon Fight the Current; National Debate Over Safety of Schools Reopening. Aired 1-2a ET
• Senior Official Says, Biden willing to Pare Down $1.9 Trillion COVID bill, still considers all components essential; DHS Issues Bulletin over Potential for Post-Inauguration Violence; Teachers Fight Return to Classrooms without Proper Safety Measures. Aired 10-10:30a ET
• U.S. Warns of Possible Violence by Domestic Extremists; Frustration Over COVID Vaccine Access; White House Addresses Vaccine Distribution Issues; Mastermind of Daniel Pearl's Murder Released from Prison; EU and AstraZeneca Spar Over COVID Vaccine Delays; U.K. Announces New Quarantine Policy for Travelers. Aired 4-4:30a ET
• U.S. Warns of Possible Violence by Domestic Extremists; U.S. to Ship Out Vaccines instead of Stockpiling; Hospitals in Brazil's Amazon Sink as Virus Variant Surges; China Poses U.S.' Top Security Concern; Iran Must Resume Compliance before U.S. Rejoins Pact; GameStop on Wild Run with Shares Soaring More than 400 Percent; Protestors Clash with Police for a Third Night in Lebanon; Ongoing Effort to Vaccinate Those in Communities of Color. Aired 12-12:45a ET
• U.S. to Ship Out Vaccines instead of Stockpiling; E.U. Upset with AstraZeneca's Slow Delivery; South Korea to Start COVID-19 Vaccinations in February; China Poses U.S.' Top Security Concern; U.S. Warns of Possible Violence by Domestic Extremists; Antony Blinken Takes Over as Top U.S. Diplomat; Wall Street Tumbles over Fed's Uncertain Outlook. Aired 2-3a ET
• Authorities Looking for Leads in Attempted Bombing; Biden Signs Orders to Curb Climate Change; Blinken Pledges to Rebuild Morale in U.S. State Department; U.S.: Iran Must Resume Compliance Before U.S. Rejoins Pact; Examining Russia's History of Silencing Opposition; W.H.O. Team Begins Investigation Virus Origin in Wuhan; GameStop on Wild Run as Shares Soar 1,800 Percent this month. Aired 4:30-5a ET
• Biden to Roll Back Trump Health Care Actions; Most Americans Will Have to Wait Months to be Vaccinated; Dem House Staffers Draft Letter Urging Senators to Convict Trump; Interview with Governor Asa Hutchinson (R-AR) about Trump's Senate Impeachment; Sarah Sanders Announces Run for Arkansas Governor; DHS Issues Bulletin Over Potential for Violence After Inauguration; GameStop and AMC Stocks Soar. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• West Virginia Touts Vaccination Success: Unemployment Numbers for Last Week; GameStop and AMC Stocks Soar; Brazil's Health System is Collapsing. Aired 9:30-10a
• White House Press Briefing. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• Vaccination Rates May Impact School Reopenings; Interview with White House Council of Economic Advisers Member Jared Bernstein; Pakistan Court Orders Release of Daniel Pearl Kidnappers. Aired 10:30- 11a ET
• House GOP Leader Rep. Kevin McCarthy (R-CA) to Meet with Trump Today; Teachers Fight Return to Classrooms without Proper Precautions; Pandemic Leads to Worst Year of Economic Growth Since 1946. Aired 11:30-12p ET
• Man Arrested with Gun and 20 Rounds Near the Capitol; Pelosi on Threats to Lawmakers: "Enemy is Withing the House"; House GOP Silent Over Lawmakers Endorsing Killings of Democrats; Interview with Rep. Mike Quigley (D-Il), Democrats Handling of Rep. Marjorie Taylor Green; Anger Erupts After Stock Apps Restrict Trading in GameStop Stock interfering with Massive Rally. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• South African COVID-19 Variant Found in U.S.; Rep. Kevin McCarthy (R-CA) Met with Donald Trump Today; Former Fox News Political Editor Chris Stirewalt Publishes Op-Ed. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• South Carolina Detects First U.S. Cases of More Contagious Strain; Rep. Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) on Threats to Lawmakers, Enemy is Within the House; New York Attorney General Accuses Gov. Andrew Cuomo (D-NY) of Severely Undercounting Nursing Home Deaths. Aired 1-1:30p ET
• Millionaire Couple Poses as Motel Workers to Skip Vaccine Line; Hawley Votes Against Biden Picks, Votes for Election Challenges; Biden Signs Executive Orders Expanding Health Care Access, Undoing "the Damage Trump Has Done"; Pandemic Leads to Worth Year for U.S. Economy Since WWII; CDC Study: College Campus Outbreaks Put Greater Community at Risk. Aired 1:30-2p ET
• Proximity to Power: Inside Look at Biden's West Wing; White House Press Briefing. Aired 2:30-3p ET
• Pelosi Speaks Amid Increased Security Threats to Lawmakers; Today: House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy Meets with Trump; Vaccine Supply Remains a Concern as Slow Rollout Continues; Biden to Sign Executive Order to Reopen Obamacare Enrollment. Aired 11-11:30a ET


January 27, 2021
• Countries Fighting Over Vaccine Deliveries; U.K. Reaches 100k Death Toll; Lack of Dedication to Combat COVID-19 Has Serious Consequences; President Biden Says Help is on the Way; Impeachment is More Likely to Become Dead on Arrival; Complacency Kills Innocent People; Biden Confronts Vladimir Putin On Cyber-Attack, Navalny Poisoning; Russian Youth Take On Longtime Leader; Antony Blinken Sworn In As U.S. Secretary of State; President Biden Signs Orders Promoting Racial Equity And Polices On Climate Change; One Step Closer To Answers In Wuhan; Dutch Government Vows Not To Bow To Anti-Lockdown Rioters; Holocaust Survivor's Story. Aired 3-4a ET
• 1 In 76 People Worldwide Have Tested Positive For COVID Since Outbreak Started; Republican Party Still In Lock Step With Trump; Biden Projects Majority Of Americans Will Be Vaccinated By September; Poorer Countries Left Behind In Vaccine Distribution; Biden to Unveil Policies Combating Climate Change; Japan's PM Apologizes for Lack of Medical Care; Indian Farmers Vow to Fight On After Violent Protest; 76th Anniversary of the Liberation of Auschwitz; One Survivor Sees Disturbing Echoes of Past Hatred. Aired 1-2a ET
• Biden's Bold Vaccine Pledge; Biden Confronts Putin on Cyberattack, Navalny Poisoning; Senate Republicans Close Ranks Around Trump; At Least 150 People Charged by Justice Department Over Capitol Riot. Aired 4-4:30a ET
• Biden Pledges to Speed Up Vaccine Deliveries to States; Rioters Charged in Insurrection Using Blame Trump Defense; All But Five GOP Senators Oppose Trump Impeachment Trial. Aired 10-10:30a ET
• WHO Team Will Begin Investigating Virus Origins in Wuhan; China Cracks Down on Citizen Journalists Who Reported on Virus; TikTok Generation Takes on Russian Leader; Oregon Republican Party Calls U.S. Capitol Riot a 'False Flag Operation'' At Least 150 People Charged by DOJ in Capitol Riot. Aired 12-1a ET
• United Kingdom Crosses 100,000 COVID-19 Deaths; EU Calls Out AstraZeneca and Pfizer Over Delivery Delays; Biden to Unveil Policies Combating Climate Change; Republicans Wrestle with Their Party's Future; Vaccines Reaching More of Britain's Care Homes. Aired 4:30-5a ET
• E.U. Countries Fighting Over Vaccine Deliveries; Inside a British Care Home Hard-Hit by Coronavirus; Biden: U.S. to Buy 200 Million Additional Vaccine Doses; Acting Capitol Police Chief: We Failed; U.S. Assures Support for Two-State Solution; Biden Signs Orders Promoting Racial Equity; European Leaders Urge Multilateral Cooperation against COVID-19; China's Crackdown on Citizen Journalists Who Reported on Coronavirus. Aired 2-3a ET
• Biden Pledges to Speed Up Vaccine Deliveries to States; Biden to Sign Executive Orders Today to Combat Climate Crisis; Interview with Governor Andy Beshear (D-KY) about U.K. COVID Variant Cases in His State; House GOP to Hold Call Amid Party Tension Over Impeachment; Forty Five GOP Senators Reject Constitutionality of Impeachment Trial; Biden to Sign Executive Orders Today to Combat Climate Crisis. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• Department of Homeland Security Warns of Domestic Extremist Threat; Biden Hopes to Vaccinate 300 Million By End of Summer; Interview With Rep. Ro Khanna (D-CA). Aired 3-3:30p ET
• Biden Combats Climate Crisis; Police Raid Opposition Leader's Home in Moscow; Biden Confronts Putin; China Accuses Trump of Provoking Trade Wars; Gamestop's Stock Surges. Aired 9:30-10a
• Republican Party Members Still Believe Conspiracies; Europe COVID-19 Crisis Deepens; Interview with Elizabeth Esty and Charles Boustany of the Association of Former Members of Congress. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• White House: Not Going to Speak about GOP Congresswoman's Disturbing Posts; DHS: Heightened Threat from Extremists Frustrated with Election; Biden Speaks, Signs Executive Orders on Climate Crisis. Aired 1:30-2p ET
• DHS Says Heightened Threat from Extremists Over the Election; Secretary of State Blinken Holds First Press Conference; Blinken Makes It Clear How Scared Russia Is of Navalny. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• Biden's COVID Response Team Holds First Briefing. Aired 11- 11:30a ET
• Biden's COVID Response Team Holds First Briefing. Aired 11:30- 12p ET
• President Biden to Increase COVID-19 Vaccine Supply; Department of Homeland Security Warns of Heightened Threats; Republicans' 20 Arguments Against Impeachment. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• White House Holds Briefing Before Biden Signs Climate Executive Actions; White House Briefing As Biden Pledges To Speed Up Vaccine Rollout; GOP Opposition To Impeachment Trial Grows. Aired 1-1:30p ET
• GOP To Filibuster Biden's DHS Nomination, Will Force Democrats' Hand; Sen. Tom Cotton Called Out For Misrepresenting Military Service While Running For Office; Sen. Tim Kaine (D-VA) Discusses A Resolution Pushing For Bipartisan Censure Of Trump Rather Than Impeachment. Aired 2:30-3p ET


January 26, 2021
• Farmers Stage Mass Protest On India's Republic Day; U.S. To Use Strategic Patience With China; Russia's Political Turmoil; Putin Forced To Deny Navalny's Anti-corruption Report; Italian Prime Minister Conte To Resign; Judge Approves $17 Million Settlement For Movie Mogul's Victims; Brazil's Amazonas State Goes Into Lockdown As Cases Surge; New Zealand To Approve Vaccine; Wuhan, China After One Year On; Presidential Pooches, The Dogs Are Back In The White House; Articles of Impeachment Now in the Senate; Law Firms Distancing from Donald Trump; President Biden Raising the Bar on Vaccine Distribution; People Frustrated and Tired of Lockdowns; Slow Distribution Affects Vaccination Targets; Death Toll in U.S. Remain High. Aired 3-4a ET
• Putin Faces Nationwide Protests Mobilized By Navalny; Validity And Format Of Trump's Second Impeachment Trial As Yet Unconfirmed; New Coronavirus Variants Still Present Unknowns; Biden Suggests U.S. May Get 1.5 Million Vaccines a Day; White House: U.S. Will Approach China with "Strategic Patience"; Arizona Republicans Torn after 2020 Election Losses; Farmers Stage Mass Protest on India's Republic Day; European Vaccinations Lagging. Aired 1-2a ET
• Biden: Impeachment Trial Has to Happen; Senate Receives Article of Impeachment Against Trump; Biden Aiming for 1.5 Million Vaccination a Day in U.S.; Significant Tornado Damage in Alabama; New COVID Variants Appear in U.S.; U.K. Government: Realistic Possibility U.K. Variant has Increased Mortality. Aired 4-4:30a ET
• Senators to be Sworn in for Trump's Second Impeachment Trial; Senate Power-Sharing Agreement Clears Path for Biden Agenda; New Reports Show Billionaires' Wealth Grew since Start of Pandemic While Millions of Americans Fell into Poverty. Aired 10-10:30a ET
• Article of Impeachment Now in the U.S. Senate; Biden Touts Unity to "Eliminate the Vitriol"; Frustration with Slow Pace of E.U. Vaccinations; Putin Forced to Deny Navalny's Anti-Corruption Report; White House: U.S. Will Approach China with 'Strategic Patience'; India Bolsters Holiday Security as Farmers Stream to Capital; Dominion Voting Systems Suing Rudy Giuliani for $1.3 Billion; Key COVID Model Projects 569,000 Deaths and 42,800 Saved by Vaccine by May. Aired 12- 12:45a ET
• Senate Receives Article of Impeachment Against Trump; Dominion Voting Systems Suing Rudy Giuliani for $1.3 Billion. White House: U.S. to Use Strategic Patience with China; Putin Slams Protests Demanding Release of Kremlin Critic; Arizona Republicans Torn After Election Losses. Aired 4:30-5a ET
• Article of Impeachment Now in the U.S. Senate; Madrid Restaurants Close Early with New High Cases; Brazil's Amazonas State Goes into Lockdown as Cases Surge; Slow Distribution Affects E.U. Vaccination Targets; Farmers Stage Mass Protest on India's Republic Day; Dominion Voting Systems Suing Rudy Giuliani. Aired 2-3a ET
• Senators to be Sworn in Today for Trump's Second Impeachment Trial; Biden to Sign Executive Orders Related to Equity; Travelers to the U.S. Now Need Negative Test Prior to Departure; U.S. Detects First Case of Variant Identified in Brazil; Senators To Be Sworn in for Trump's Second Impeachment Trial Today; Sources: Chief Justice Roberts will not Preside Over Trump's Second Impeachment Trial; Biden Hoping U.S. will Soon Be Able to Administer 1.5 Million Vaccines Per Day. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• Biden Hopes for 1.5 million Vaccines Per Day; Millions Struggle while Lawmakers Debate Relief Package; Biden Administration Weighing Trump's Tax Returns. Aired 9:30-10a
• Senators Sworn in For Trump Impeachment Trial. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• COVID Variants Are More Transmissible; President Biden to Announce Executive Orders Aimed at Racial Equality; Interview with Girls Who Code Founder and CEO Reshma Saujani. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• White House Press Briefing; Capitol Police Chief Apologizes for Security Failures in Attack; Soon, Senators to be Sworn in for Trump's 2nd Impeachment Trial; Senators to Vote this Afternoon on Constitutionality of Trump Impeachment; Biden Set to Sign New Executive Actions on Housing, Prison Reforms, and More. Aired 1:30-2p ET
• Senate Defeats Motion on Constitutionality of Impeachment Trial; Senators Sworn in for Trumps Historic 2nd Impeachment Trial; Oregon GOP Falsely Calls Capitol Siege "False Flag" Operation; Judge Temporarily Blocks Biden's Plan to Halt Deportations; Vice President Harris Gets Second Dose of COVID-19 Vaccine. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• Republicans Continue to Object to Trump Impeachment; Live Coverage of President Biden's Racial Equity Announcement; Donald Trump Expands Legal Team. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• McConnell Didn't Express Views on Trial at GOP Lunch; Nikki Haley on Impeachment Trial: "Give the Man a Break"; Senators Sworn in for Trump's Historic 2nd Impeachment Trial; GOP Argues Against the Constitutionality of Trump Impeachment. Aired 2:30-3p ET
• White House Briefing As Biden Unveils More Executive Actions; Biden To Speak Today On Increasing Vaccinations Across U.S.; White House Briefing Amid Growing Concerns About New COVID Variants. Aired 1-1:30p ET
• Soon: Senators Sworn In For Trump's Second Impeachment Trial; Soon: Senate Votes On Biden's Secretary Of State Nominee; Biden Raises Vaccination Target To 1.5 Million Doses Per Day; Interview With Sen. Tina Smith (D-MN). Aired 11-11:30a ET
• Founder of a Republican Group Charged in Capitol Riot; New York City to Postpone Opening Mass Vaccination Sites amid Shortage; Millions Struggle as Lawmakers Negotiate New Relief Package. Aired 11:30-12p ET


January 25, 2021
• Relief Package Badly Needed by Struggling Americans; Actions Are Better Than Promises; No Open Sesame Opening; Italy with a New Poor; Biden Team Courting GOP for a COVID Relief Package; Vaccine Team Double Up with Their Effort to Meet 100 Million Shots; Edited Data Came into Former POTUS' Hands; GOP Support for Impeachment Hangs by a Thread. Aired 3-4a ET
• President Biden Making COVID a Priority; Cases Rise, Hospitalizations Decline in California; Returning to Wuhan One Year after World's First Lockdown; U.S. Lawmakers Brace for Trump's Second Impeachment Trial; Sen. Elizabeth Warren is Interviewed about Impeachment Trial; Biden Wastes No Time Affirming His Climate Change Goals; COVID Taking Disproportionate Toll on Native Americans; Major World Leaders to Address Economic Forum Virtually. Aired 12-1a ET
• President Biden Rescinds Trump Policies; White House COVID Relief Seeks Bipartisan Support; U.S. Surpasses 25 Million COVID-19 Infections; Mexico's President has COVID-19; Japan Hospitals Overwhelmed with Soaring Coronavirus Infections; Trump's Second Impeachment Trial Set on February 9th; Israel Bans International Flights To Curb COVID-19 Spread; Kerry: U.S. Coming Back With Humility On Climate Change; World Economic Forum & COVID. Aired 2-3aET
• Article for Trump's Second Impeachment To Be Delivered Today; Biden Makes Tackling COVID First Priority, Adds New Restrictions; Biden Seeks Approval For $2 Trillion Relief Package; COVID: One Year On, U.S. Records 25 Million Infections; One Year After Coronavirus Began, CNN Revisits Wuhan; Mexican President Tests Positive for COVID- 19; COVID Surge Straining Japan's Health Care System; Biden Signs Executive Order for Stronger Workplace Safety; COVID-19 Creates "New Poor" Throughout Italy; Wealth Inequality Expanding During Downturn. Aired 1-2a ET
• Biden Focused on Fighting Pandemic, Economic Crisis; Biden Administration Seeks Bipartisan Support for COVID Relief; U.S. House to Deliver Article of Impeachment to Senate Today; Senate Republicans Divided Over Trial Proceedings; New Variant of COVID-19 Could Cause More Damage; Federal Health Experts Worries Over Vaccine Supplies. Aired 4-4:30a ET
• House to Send Impeachment Article to the Senate Tonight; Moderna Says Its COVID-19 Vaccine is Effective Against New Variants; Arizona GOP Censures Flake, Ducey and McCain, Signaling Fractured party in Key Swing State. Aired 10-10:30a ET
• White House to Unveil Buy American Executive Order; White House Trying to Drum Up Support for Relief Package; U.K. Health Minister: No Easing of England Lockdown; COVID Surge Straining Japan's Health Care System; COVID-19 Creates "New Poor" Throughout Italy; China's Xi Jinping to Address World Leaders at Forum. Aired 4:30-5a ET
• Interview with Former Sen. Jeff Flake (R-AZ); U.K. Variant Sparks European Rise in COVID-19 Cases; Interview with Capitol Police Wife and Rioter Daughter Danielle Marshall. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• Trump Wanted Loyalist as AG; Rep. Adam Kinzinger (R-IL) is Interviewed about GOP Rifts; Supreme Court Dismisses Emolument Case; Three Veterans Charged in Insurrection. Aired 9:30-10a
• Dominion Voting Systems Sues Rudy Giuliani; Threat of New COVID Variants?; Stimulus Plan Negotiations; House Set to Deliver Article of Impeachment to Senate. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• House to Send Impeachment Article to Senate Tonight; Interview with Representative Stacey Plaskett (D-VI) about Senate Impeachment Trial against Trump; Biden Pushes for Bipartisan Support for New COVID Relief Package; Moderna Reports its COVID-19 Vaccine is Effective Against New Variants; CDC Director Cites She's Unsure About How Much Vaccine There is; Futures Mixed Ahead of Big Week for Tech Earnings. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• White House Press Briefing. Aired 1:30-2p ET
• Dominion Voting Systems Sues Giuliani for $1.38 Billion Over Lies; Tonight House to Send Impeachment Article to Senate; President Biden Announces Plan to Strengthen Manufacturing in The U.S. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• Biden Seeks Bipartisan Support for New Pandemic Relief Package; House to Send Impeachment Article to the Senate Tonight; President Biden Plans Busy Week of Executive Actions. Aired 11-11:30a ET
• Dominion Voting Systems Files $1.3 Billion Lawsuit Against Giuliani; Democrats Weigh Next Steps on COVID Relief Bill after Some GOP Senators Say the Price Tag is Too High; After First Blaming Trump, House GOP Rep. Kevin McCarthy (R-CA) Now Says Everybody Bears Some Responsibility for Insurrection. Aired 11:30-12p ET
• Live Coverage of White House Press Briefing; Justice Department Announces Second Investigation; Dominion Voting Systems Sues Rudy Giuliani. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• Fauci: Assume U.K. Variant Can Cause More Damage, Including Death; Birx Denies Being "Trump Apologist" In Reputation Rehab Tour; Riot Suspect's Brother Was Michelle Obama's Secret Service Chief. Aired 2:30-3p ET
• DOJ Watchdog To Investigate Efforts To Overturn 2020 Election; Tonight, House Delivers Trump Impeachment Article To Senate; White House Briefing As Trump Impeachment Article Being Sent To Senate. Aired 1-1:30p ET


January 24, 2021
• Rioter Charged With Threatening To Assassinate Ocasio-Cortez; Trump Plotted To Fire Acting A.G. In Last-Ditch Effort To Overturn Election Loss; Remembering Larry King; The Pain Of Working On The Pandemic's Frontlines; Biden Phones World Leaders To Discuss Policy Changes; Privacy Concerns Over Contact Tracing In Singapore; Chinese Foreign Ministry: Trump Officials Were "Anti-China"; Remembering Hank Aaron. Aired 12-1a ET
• Biden Phones World Leaders To Discuss Policy Changes; Trump Plotted To Fire Acting A.G. In Last-Ditch Effort To Overturn Election Loss; Remembering Larry King; Experts Support U.K. Decision To Delay Second Dose; Transportation Workers Struggle As Travel Industry Stalls; Republicans Reject Biden's Relief Plan; Cautious Optimism In California Despite Bad Numbers; The Pain Of Working On The Pandemic's Frontlines. Aired 1-2a ET
• Trump Plotted To Fire Acting A.G. In Last-Ditch Effort To Overturn Election Loss; Impeachment May Hinder Biden's Attempt To Unify Country; Remembering Larry King; One Year On, U.S. Nears 25 Million Infections; Experts Support U.K. Decision To Delay Second Dose; Chinese Foreign Ministry: Trump Officials Were "Anti-China"; Privacy Concerns Over Contact Tracing In Singapore; Miners Rescued Weeks After China Gold Mine Blast. Aired 2-3a ET
• Rioter Charged With Threatening To Assassinate Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D-NY); Remembering Larry King; U.S. CDC Reviewing Data Suggesting U.K. COVID-19 Variant Is Deadlier; Experts Support U.K. Decision To Delay Second Dose; Chinese Foreign Ministry: Trump Officials Were "Anti-China"; Privacy Concerns Over Contact Tracing In Singapore. Aired 3-4a ET
• Trump Senate Impeachment Trial Set To Start Next Month; Rioter Charged With Threatening To Assassinate Ocasio-Cortez; Impeachment May Hinder Biden's Attempt To Unify Country; Remembering Larry King; Experts Support U.K. Decision To Delay Second Dose; U.S. CDC Reviewing Data Suggesting U.K. COVID-19 Variant Is Deadlier; Republicans Reject Biden's Relief Plan; Hundreds Detained In Pro-Navalny Rallies; Miners Rescued Weeks After China Gold Mine Blast. Aired 4-5a ET
• One Year On, U.S. Nears 25 Million Coronavirus Infections; Trump Plotted To Fire Acting A.G. In Last-Ditch Effort To Overturn Election Loss; Rioter Charged With Threatening To Assassinate Ocasio- Cortez; Experts Support U.K. Decision To Delay Second Dose; Remembering Larry King; Chinese Foreign Ministry: Trump Officials Were "Anti-China"; Hundreds Detained In Pro-Navalny Rallies. Aired 5-6a ET
• Trump Pressured DOJ To File Case With Supreme Court; Impeachment Article To Be Delivered To Senate Tomorrow; Police Officer Drives Through Crowd, Injuring At Least One Person; New York State Surpasses 34,000 Coronavirus Deaths; U.S. Surpasses 25 Million Total Coronavirus Cases; New IHME Model Projects 569,000 COVID-19 Deaths By May. Aired 2-3p ET
• Impeachment Article To Be Delivered To Senate Tomorrow, Trump's Trial Scheduled To Begin On February 9; U.S. Surpasses 25 Million Total Coronavirus Cases; Biden Urges Patience On Improving Vaccine Supply Chain. Aired 3-4p ET
• Biden To Impose COVID Travel Restrictions On Non-U.S. Citizens Who Have Been In U.K, Europe, Brazil And South Africa; U.S. Surpasses 25 Million COVID-19 Cases; Dr. Birx: I Saw Trump Presenting Graphs I Never Made; Dr. Fauci Describes Fraught Year As An Adviser To Trump; Fate Of $1.9 Trillion Relief Bill May Rest With Senate Republicans; Arizona GOP Censures Three Leading Names In Republican Party; Experts Express Concern About Growing Number Of Potentially Violent Extremists. Aired 6-7p ET
• White House Meets With Bipartisan Senate Group On COVID-19 Relief; Biden To Reimpose COVID Travel Restrictions On Non-U.S. Citizens; Dr. Deborah Birx Changes Her Assessment Of Trump's Analytical Skills On COVID; Trump's Second Impeachment Set To Start In Two Weeks; Interview With Sen. Angus King (I-ME); Interview With Rep. Eric Swalwell (D-CA); President Biden Makes Bold Promises To Tackle Climate Crisis. Aired 7-8p ET
• Donald Trump's Second Impeachment Trial Is Set To Begin In Two Weeks; Dr. Fauci And Dr. Birx Reveal Frustrations With Donald Trump; Biden Administration's Call For Unity And Bipartisanship; High Unemployment Rate Inherited By The Biden Administration. Aired 5-6p ET
• Former White House Press Secretary Sarah Sanders Running For Arkansas Governor; Dr. Birx Admits Trump White House "Censored" Real COVID Data; Coronavirus Pandemic; Mexican President Tests Positive For COVID-19; The Biden Agenda; Biden Pushes For Bipartisanship In Effort To Unify The Nation; Trump Businesses Hit Hard By Pandemic And Presidency; Sanders' Mittens Steal The Show At Biden's Inauguration. Aired 9-10p ET
• Biden to Lift Transgender Ban in Military Monday; Trump to be Tried for Impeachment in Two Weeks; Trump Allegedly Pushed DOJ to Take His Election Battle to SCOTUS; Mexico's President Tests Positive for Coronavirus; U.S. Surpasses 25 Million COVID-19 Cases; Trump's Exit Tests QAnon Believers; Two Hospitalized After Tacoma Police Officer Drives Through Crowd; Wuhan Back to Normal Ahead of Lockdown Anniversary. Aired 8-9p ET
• Trump Plotted To Fire Acting A.G., Overturn Georgia Election Results; Interview With Senator Ben Cardin (D-MD); Biden To Reinstate COVID Travel Restrictions On Non-U.S. Citizens; Dr. Deborah Birx Speaks Out About Her Time With The Trump Admin. Aired 4-5p ET


January 23, 2021
• Biden Takes Action to Ease "Deepening" U.S. Economic Crisis; Prominent Republicans Lobbying McConnell to Convict Trump; U.K. COVID- 19 Variant May Have Higher Mortality Rate. Aired 12-12:15a ET
• Biden Takes Action to Ease "Deepening" U.S. Economic Crisis; Trump Impeachment Trial to Begin February 9; Narrowly Held Democratic Senate Could Hinder Biden Agenda; Confusion, Frustration Grow as People Wait for COVID-19 Vaccine; U.K. COVID-19 Variant May Have Higher Mortality Rate; Biden Makes First Call to Canadian Prime Minister; Trump Businesses Hit Hard by Pandemic and Toxic Image. Aired 2-2:45a ET
• Trump Impeachment Trial to Begin February 9; Narrowly Held Democratic Senate Could Hinder Biden Agenda; U.S. Hot Spots Remain as Cases and Hospitalizations Decline; Wuhan Marks One Year Since Lockdown; Japan Determined to Host "Safe and Secure" Olympic Games. Aired 3-3:30a ET
• Biden Takes Action to Ease "Deepening" U.S. Economic Crisis; Trump Impeachment Trial to Begin February 9; U.K. COVID-19 Variant May Have Higher Mortality Rate; Biden Looks to Normalize Relations with Cuba; Republican Lawmakers Try to Bring Weapons onto House Floor; Russia Protests, Demanding Release of Alexei Navalny. Aired 4-5a ET
• Broadcast Interviewer and Journalist Larry King Passes Away; Friends and Colleague Remember the Life and Career of Larry King; Larry King's Numerous Interviews with Politicians, Athletes, and Celebrities Examined. Aired 10-11a ET
• Trump Impeachment Trial To Begin February 9; Biden Takes Action To Ease "Deepening" U.S. Economic Crisis; Prominent Republicans Lobbying McConnell To Convict Trump; Russia Protests, Demanding Release Of Alexei Navalny; U.K. COVID-19 Variant May Have Higher Mortality Rate; National Guard May Stay In Washington Through March; Extremist Militant Group Oath Keepers Members Arrested; Republican Lawmakers Try To Bring Weapons Onto House Floor; Atlanta Mayor: People Desperate For Vaccine. Aired 5-6a ET
• New York Has Administered 100 Percent Of Its Allocated Vaccine Doses; Biden Coronavirus Advisers Confident More Vaccines Are Coming; Broadcasting Legend Larry King Dies At Age 87; Trump And DOJ Lawyer Said To Have Plotted To Oust Acting AG; Senate Trial Arguments To Begin February 9. Aired 11a-12p ET
• Los Angeles And New York Set Up Supersites To Help Distribute COVID-19 Vaccines; Man Who Participated In Storming Of Capitol Buildings Charged With Threatening To Assassinate Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D-NY); Senate Leaders Agree On Schedule For Second Impeachment Trial Of Former President Trump; Broadcast Interviewer And Journalist Larry King Passes Away; President Biden Promises 100 Million COVID-19 Vaccinations Administered Within First 100 Days in Office; Report Indicates Former President Trump Plotted with Justice Department Lawyer to Oust Acting Attorney General in Attempt to Undo Georgia Election Results. Aired 2-3p ET
• COVID-19 Kills 3,600 Americans On Friday, More Than 185,000 New Cases; CDC Reports A Record Number Of Daily COVID-19 Vaccinations On Friday; Broadcasting Legend Larry King Dies At Age 87; Slim Path To Convict Trump As GOP Support For Trial Wanes; Rep. Joyce Beatty (D-OH) Is Interviewed About Kamala Harris Sworn Into History With Vice Presidential Oath. Aired 12-1p ET
• Broadcasting Legend Larry King Dies At Age 87; States Struggling To Vaccinate As Supplies Run Low; Russian Authorities Arrest Opposition Supporters Of Navalny; Broadcasting Legend, Larry King, Dies at 87; Tammy Haddad, Former "Larry King Live" Executive Producer, Discusses Larry King's Life, Legacy And Impact; Former Senator Gordon Humphrey (R-NH) Discusses Impeachment Of Trump, Republican Behind-The-Scenes Lobbying To Convict; COVID-19 Kills 3,655 Americans On Friday, More Than 186,000 New Cases. Aired 1-2p ET
• Capitol Rioter Charged With Threatening To Assassinate Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D-NY); British Prime Minister: Variant First Detected In U.K. May Be Deadlier Than Others; Broadcasting Legend Larry King Dies At Age 87; Award-Winning Actress And Choreographer, Debbie Allen, Discusses Larry King's Life, Legacy And Impact; NYT: Trump And DOJ Lawyer Said To Have Plotted To Oust Acting A.G., Overturn Georgia Election Results; Who Benefits Strategically With The Trump Impeachment Trial Delayed Two Weeks? Aired 3-4p ET
• Broadcasting Legend Larry King Dies At Age 87; Capitol Rioter Charged With Threatening To "Assassinate" Rep. Alexandria Ocasio- Cortez (D-NY); Trump's Senate Impeachment Trial Delayed Until February; People Waiting Up to Five Hours For COVID Vaccinations In L.A.; Mixed Messages On New Variant of U.K. Coronavirus On Whether It's More Deadly; Biden, Democrats Eye Expand Child Tax Credit To Bring COVID Relief; Biden Continues Talks With Foreign Leaders; Hundreds Arrested As Protesters Across Russia Call For Release Of Alexei Navalny. Aired 4-5p ET
• Capitol Rioter Charged With Threatening to Assassinate Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D-NY); Broadcasting Legend Larry King Dies at Age 87; Trump's Senate Impeachment Trial Delayed Until February; British P.M.: Variant First Detected In U.K. May Be More Deadly; NYT; Trump And DOJ Lawyer Said To Have Plotted To Oust Acting A.G., Overturn Georgia Election Results. Aired 5-6p ET
• CNN Mourns Death Of Larry King; Rioter Charged With Threatening To Assassinate Rep. Ocasio-Cortez; NYT Reports Trump Plotted To Fire Acting A.G. In Last Ditch Effort To Overturn Election Loss; Seventeen House GOP Freshmen Send Letter Committing To Work With Biden; Interview With Rep. Madison Cawthorn (R-NC); National Guard Forced To Rest In D.C. Parking Garage After Miscommunication At The Capitol; Tributes Pour In For Legendary Talk Show Host Larry King. Aired 6-7p ET
• Dems Push To Give Parents $3,000 Per Child During Pandemic; Biden Phones Leaders Of Mexico, Canada, U.K.; Man Charged With Threatening To Assassinate Rep. Ocasio-Cortez; Trump Senate Impeachment Trial Set To Start Next Month; COVID-19 Has Now Spread To Nearly 25 Million People In U.S.; Prospects To Convict Trump Erode As Republicans Grow Critical of Impeachment Proceedings; Legendary Talk Show Host Larry King Dies at 87; QAnon Believers Fractured After Biden Inauguration. Aired 7-8p ET
• Trump And Justice Department Lawyer Said To Have Plotted To Oust Acting Attorney General; One Year After First COVID Case, U.S. Nears 25 Million Infections; Man Charged With Threatening To Assassinate Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D-NY); Interview With Rep. Ro Khanna (D-CA); Democrats Split Over Prospects For Bipartisanship; Protests Erupt Across Russia After Putin Critic Arrested; Larry King's Former Producer Honors The Legendary Broadcaster. Aired 8-9p ET


January 22, 2021
• Biden Targets Trump's Legacy with Executive Orders; Trump's Impeachment Trial Possibly Delayed; Japan is Determined to Hold Games Despite Cancellation Rumors; U.K. Introduces New Penalty for Breaking Lockdown Rules; Two Studies Raise Questions About Impact of COVID Variants; Biden Stops U.S. Exit from World Health Organization; Biden's First Call to a Foreign Leader Will be to Canada's Trudeau; Biden's First Foreign Leader Call To Be With Canada's Trudeau; China Sanctions Pompeo, 27 Other Former U.S. Officials; Mitch McConnell: President Biden Has Already Taken "Several Big Steps In The Wrong Direction"; Joe Biden Signs Executive Orders As Part Of "Wartime" COVID Plan; Nazi Flag Under Biden/Harris Sign On Tree Replaced With American Flag. Aired 2-3a ET
• Biden Unveils Comprehensive Plan to Fight COVID-19; Top Republican Wants Trump Impeachment Trial Delayed; Japan Determined to Hold Olympic Games Despite Cancellation Rumors; U.S. President: Vaccine Effort a 'Wartime Undertaking'; Independent Panel: Global COVID-19 Response Was a Failure; Historians Assess Trump's Legacy; First Full Day for VP Harris. Aired 12-12:45a ET
• Canadian Governor General Resigns Over Toxic Workplace; Biden's First Foreign Leader Call To Be With Canada's Trudeau; Biden Seeks Aggressive Approach To Climate Policies; The U.S.-U.K. Special Relationship Under Joe Biden; Biden Orders Investigation Into Russia Hacking; Capitol Suspected Rioters Arrested; QAnon Believers In Disarray After Biden Is Inaugurated; President Biden Launch War Against COVID; Speaker Pelosi Determined to Impeach Trump; Japan Says the Game Must Go On; U.K. Impose Rules for Incoming Travelers; U.S. Rejoining WHO is a Smart Decision. Aired 3-4a ET
• Biden Unveils Comprehensive Plan to Fight COVID-19; Top Republican Wants Trump Impeachment Trial Delayed; Vaccination Rates Remain Very Low Across the U.S.; Coronavirus Variants More Contagious but Not Necessarily More Deadly; U.K. Considering Closing Borders to Stop Variants; European Health Officials: New Variants Making Spread Worse. Aired 4-4:30a ET
• Biden Taking on Economic Crisis with New Executive Orders; Fight Over Filibuster Stalls Power-Sharing Agreement in Senate. Aired 10-10:30a ET
• Biden Unveils Comprehensive Plan To Fight COVID-19; Top Republican Wants Trump Impeachment Trial Delayed; Japan Determined To Hold Games Despite Cancellation Rumors; U.S. President: Vaccine Effort A" Wartime Undertaking"; Biden Cabinet Nominees Awaiting Senate Confirmation; British PM Needs a Post-Brexit Trade Deal with U.S; Biden Inauguration Rattles Qanon Believers; India Celebrates Harris as First South Asian VP in U.S. Aired 1-2a ET
• U.S. Jobless Claims Remain Near Historic Highs; Congressman Found Carrying Gun When Trying to Go on House Floor; DOJ to Confront Whether Its Lawyers Can Keep Defending Trump. Aired 11:30a-12p ET
• National Guard Troops Allowed into Capitol After Banishment to Parking Garage; At Least 120 People Face Federal Charges in Capitol Attack; Biden Inauguration Rattle QAnon Believers; Japan Determined to Hold Olympic Games Despite Cancellation Rumors; Biden's First Foreign Leader Call to Be with Canada's Trudeau; China Sanctions Pompeo, 27 Other Former U.S. Officials. Aired 4:30-5a ET
• White House Pushes Congress To Pass COVID Relief Package; UK PM: UK COVID Variant May Be Linked To "Higher Degree To Mortality"; Senate Confirms Lloyd Austin As Defense Secretary. Aired 12:30-1p ET
• Pelosi Says House will Wait Until Senate is Prepared Before Sending Over Impeachment Article; McConnell Proposes Delaying Trump Impeachment Trial Until February; Congressman Found Carrying Gun When About to Go on House Floor. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• National Guard Allowed back into Capitol; Congressman Tries to Enter House Floor with Gun; Biden Pushes for Stimulus Plan; Vaccinations Ramping Up. Aired 9:30-10a ET
• Biden Lays Out Economic Stimulus Proposal. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• Interview with Sen. Ben Cardin (D-MD); Article of Impeachment Goes to House on Monday; Kevin Hassett Supports Biden Stimulus Package. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• White House Press Briefing. Aired 1:30-2p ET
• Schumer Says Impeachment Article Will Be Delivered to Senate Monday; 6 in 10 Americans Don't Know Where or When to Get the Vaccine; U.K. Variant of COVID Has Higher Degree of Mortality; Prospects of Convicting Trump Are Eroding. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• Live Coverage of the White House Briefing; Biden to Focus on Passing COVID Relief Bill; Senate at Standstill Over Power-Sharing. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• Senate Holds Confirmation Vote on Defense Nominee Lloyd Austin; Biden Tackling Economic Crisis with New Executive Orders; Pelosi will Send Trump Impeachment Article to Senate Monday; Interview with Sen. Richard Blumenthal (D-CT). Aired 11-11:30a ET
• Impeachment Trials Complicates Biden Agenda; Joe Biden Issues Economy-Focused Executive Actions; Moody's: Biden Stimulus Would Get U.S. Back to Full Employment By 2022; Pelosi Will Deliver Impeachment Article To Senate Monday; GOP Divided Over Post-Presidency Trump Impeachment. Aired 12-12:30p ET
• White House Briefing on Biden's Executive Actions on Troubled Economy; Biden to Sign Executive Actions on COVID Relief, Worker Protections; White House Briefing as Senate Confirms Lloyd Austin as Defense Secretary. Aired 1-1:30p ET
• Kevin Hassett, Former Trump Economic Adviser, Discusses Biden Signing Executive Action in Troubled Economy, Ex-Trump Adviser Supporting Biden's $1.9 Trillion Stimulus; Rep. Ruben Gallego (D-AZ) Discusses National Guard Allowed Back into Capitol after Move to Garage & Some Democratic Lawmakers Say They Don't Feel Safe with Colleagues; Baseball Hall of Famer and Civil Rights Activist, Hank Aaron, Dead at 86; Fauci Hopes U.S. Can Exceed 100 Million Doses in 100 Days; Mother & Daughter Wait in Vaccine Line for Hours in Florida; QAnon Believers Shattered by President Biden Taking Office. Aired 2:30-3p ET


January 21, 2021
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• Biden Turns Focus to Pandemic Fight on First Day in Office; Confirmation Hearing for Transportation Pick Buttigieg; U.S. Reports More Than 400,000 Deaths One Year after First Known Case. Aired 10- 10:30a ET
• Biden Team Lays Out National Strategy to Fight Coronavirus; Biden Reverses Decision to Withdraw from World Health Organization; Biden to Invite Congressional Leaders to the White House Soon; Senate Confirms First Cabinet Nominee in Biden Administration; GOP Senators Warn McConnell Could Face Backlash If He Votes to Convict Trump; CNN: Impeachment Article Could Be Sent to Senate Tomorrow; McConnell Pressures Schumer to Keep Senate Filibuster. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• States Sound Alarm on Vaccine Demand; No Vaccine Rollout Plan; New Evidence in Capitol Riots; Biden Dismantles Trump Foreign Policies. Aired 9:30-10a ET
• Key Biden Cabinet Officials Remain Unconfirmed; President Biden Lays Out COVID-19 Response Plan. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• Interview with Rep. Carlos Gimenez (R-FL); Biden White House Reinstates Daily Press Briefings; Live Coverage of Rep. Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) Press Conference. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• Sources: Biden Inheriting Nonexistent Vaccine Distribution Plan; Biden Signs Flurry Of Exec. Orders Dismantling Trump's Policies; McCarthy Voices Support For Cheney Staying In GOP Leadership. Aired 12:30-1p ET
• Biden's Executive Actions Reverse Trump Policies with Stroke of Pen; Biden Dismisses Officials from Trump Administration; Woman Accused of Stealing Pelosi Laptop Released on Bail with Stern Warning; Pelosi Emphasizes Concern for Those Traumatized During Insurrection Rather than on Physical Damage; New Insurrection Arrests, Include a Proud Boys Leader; Derek Thompson, Staff Writer, "The Atlantic," Discusses How Biden Can Avoid Mistakes of Obama Administration. Aired 1:30-2p ET
• McCarthy Pivots, Now Says Trump Didn't Incite Insurrection; Impeachment Article Could be Sent to Senate Tomorrow; Interview with Rep. Abigail Spanberger (D-VA), Biden Faces Unity Challenge in Wake of Deadly Insurrection; QAnon Followers Losing Faith, Feel Duped as Biden Sworn In. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• Biden to Sign More Executive Actions on COVID-19 Response; Confirmation Hearing for Transportation Nominee Buttigieg Underway; Woman Accused in Capitol Hill Riot Appears in Court. Aired 11:30a-12p ET
• Court Documents Reveal Brutality Used Against Police; Soon, Biden to Speak on COVID-19 Response Plan; Fauci: U.S. Can Surpass 100 Million Vaccine Doses by End of First 100 Days; Biden Speaks on Coronavirus Response Plan. Aired 2:30-3p ET
• Biden to Announce COVID-19 Response Plan Today; Medical Studies Find COVID-19 Mutation May Alter Vaccine Efficacy; Rep. Kevin McCarthy (R-CA) Issues Contradicting Statements Following Riots. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• Proud Boys Organizer Released Under Home Confinement; Biden Reverses Trump Policies On Border Wall, Pipeline In First 24 Hours; Administration Official: Biden To Invite Congressional Leaders To White House As Early As Friday; Nancy Pelosi: Lawmakers Will Face "Prosecution" If They Helped Rioters; CNN Poll: More Americans Say They're Willing To Get Vaccinated. Aired 12-12:30p ET
• Sources Say, Biden Team Says it's Inheriting Non-Existent Vaccine Plan; GOP Rep. Kevin McCarthy (R-CA) Tries Rewriting History on His Role in Insurrection. Aired 1-1:30p ET
• Pelosi Speaks on President Biden's First Full Day in Office; Biden Takes Office without Key Cabinet Picks Confirmed; Sources: Biden Inheriting Nonexistent Vaccine Plan from Trump. Aired 11-11:30a ET


January 20, 2021


January 19, 2021
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• President Trump's Term Come to an End; No to Briefings and No to Another Term in Office; California Tops COVID Cases in U.S.; CDC Projects Half Million Deaths by Mid-February; Britain Breaks Two Records in Europe; Tough Restrictions Works; Sweden Just Started Implementing Mandatory Guidelines; Navalny Arrested, Kremlin Critic To Remain In Custody For 30 Days; Ugandan Opposition Says Troops Raided Its Offices; Unrest In Tunisia's Growing Economic Crisis; WHO Urges Nation To Share Vaccine Distribution Equally; Brazil Begins National Vaccination Campaign; UAE Pick Up Pace With COVID-19 Vaccinations; Joe Biden's Pipeline Plans; Extremist Emboldened Online. Aired 3-4a ET
• Trump's Last Full Day As President; Trump's Last 100 Pardons, List Unknown; Navalny Calls On Supporters To Take To The Streets; COVID-19 Death Toll Set To Reach 500,000 By Mid-February; America Now Has 25 Percent Of Global COVID-19 Infections; Trump To Issue Around 100 Pardons and Commutations; WHO Head Warns of Catastrophic Moral Failure; Sweden Imposes New Restrictions as Deaths Rise; Trump's Allies Stoked the Flames Ahead of Riot. Aired 1-2a ET
• Transfer of Power: Trump's Final Hours as U.S. President; Guatemalans and Migrant Hondurans Clash; Europe Wrestles with Slow Rollout and Rising Cases; Kremlin Critic Alexei Navalny to Remain in Custody for 30 Days; Kremlin Critic to Remain in Custody for 30 Days; Brazil Begins Vaccination Program with Limited Supply; Sweden Imposes New Restrictions as Deaths Rises; Critics 'Moved to Cheers' Over Trump's Departure; Trump Inner Circle Helped Stoke Insurrection. Aired 12-12:45a ET
• 32 Hours Left in Donald Trump's Presidency; Threat of Violence Prompts Additional Screening of Troops; Videos of Insurrection Now Key Pieces of Evidence; Biden to Sign About a Dozen Executive Orders on Day One; Experts Fear Virus Variant Could Fuel a New Peak; 500,000 U.S. Deaths Predicted by Mid-February; Europe COVID Cases Trending in the Right Direction. Aired 4-4:30a ET
• Trump to be First President in 152 Years to Skip Successor's Inauguration; President-Elect Travels to Washington for Inauguration; Key Confirmation Hearings Underway for Biden Cabinet Picks. Aired 10- 10:30a ET
• Heavy Security in Washington Ahead of Biden's Inauguration; Georgia Lt. Governor Astonished by Elections Misinformation; How Social Media is Still Fueling Extremism; Trump to Issue Around 100 Pardons and Commutations; World Gets Ready for Biden Administration; Kremlin Critic to Remain in Custody for 30 Days. Aired 4:30-5a ET
• Trump Expected to Issue Pardons Today; Biden Aims to Unify the Nation Tomorrow; Pentagon Preps for Inauguration Handoff; Demand for Vaccine Outpacing Supply. Aired 9:30-10a ET
• Trump's Chaotic Presidency Coming to an End; President-elect Biden Travels to Washington for Inauguration; FBI Warns Extremists Discussed Posing as National Guard; Capitol Police Officers Say They were Unprepared, Betrayed. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• President-Elect Joe Biden's Plans for Immediate Action; Transfer of Power: Trump's Final Hours as U.S. President; Brazil Authorizes Two Vaccines for Emergency Use; Kremlin Critic Alexei Navalny to Remain in Custody for 30 Days; Critics "Moved to Cheers" over Trump's Departure. Aired 2-3a ET
• McConnell: "The Mob Was Fed Lies, They Were Provoked By The President And Other Powerful People"; Treasury Sec. Nominee: U.S. Must "Act Big" On Pandemic Relief; CNN: Biden COVID-19 Team Nervous About What Trump Team Hasn't Told Them. Aired 12:30-1p ET
• Capitol Police Received No Advance Planning; Atlanta Voters Reflect on Election; U.S. Future as World Leader Uncertain. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• Army Reservist, Ex-FDNY among Latest Charged in Capitol Riot; Trump Ignores Traditional Transfer of Power Rituals; Two National Guard Members Removed from Inauguration Duty. Aired 11:30a-12p ET
• Biden Plans Bipartisan Church Service Before Inauguration; CNN: Trump Bitter And Consumed With Grievances Over Election Loss And With Republicans Who Didn't Back Him; CNN: Trump Taped Farewell Message Last Night, Could Release Today; CNN: Trump Expected To Issue About 100 Pardons, Commutations Today; Mitch McConnell: The Mob Was Fed Lies, They Were Provoked By The President And Other Powerful People. Aired 12-12:30p ET
• Soon: President-Elect Biden Travels To Washington, D.C.; Biden Aims To Unify Divided Nation In His Inaugural Address; President-Elect Biden Faces Unprecedented Challenges, Divided Nation. Aired 11-11:30a ET


January 18, 2021
• U.S. Capitol Fenced Off, Guarded by Thousands of Troops; All 50 States Brace for Potential Violent Protests; Sources: Trump to Issue Around 100 Pardons & Commutations; Cathedrals Serving as Temporary Vaccination Sites in U.K.; Kremlin Critic Detained on Return to Moscow; Biden to Sign Executive Orders on First Day in Office; California Reports 42,000+ New Cases; Raskin: I'm Not Going to Lose My Son in 2020 & My Country in 2021. Aired 12-1a ET
• President Trump Expected to Issue Wave of Commutations and Pardons; U.S. Capitol Secured by National Guard Before Biden's Inauguration; Incoming CDC Director's Straightforward Warning on Coronavirus Deaths in the U.S.; France Begins Vaccination Rollout; All 50 States Brace For Potential Violent Protests; Vaccine Responsibility: Disagreement Over Responsibility for COVID-19 Vaccines; No Vaccinations Yet For Palestinians In West Bank And Gaza. Aired 2-3a ET
• A New Video Shows What It Was Like Inside Capitol During Riot; State Capitols are Bracing for Possible Violence; Russia Detains Kremlin Critic on Return to Moscow; Disagreement Over Responsibility for COVID Vaccines; U.K. Faces Educational Challenges as COVID Cases Escalate; Snowboarder Survives Avalanche and Catches it on Video; President Trump to Issue Clemency on Tuesday; Washington Well- Prepared for Joe Biden's Inauguration; No Negative Result, No Entry in U.K.; Joe Biden Faces Tough Challenges Ahead; COVID-19 and New Variant Could Take More Lives. Aired 3-4a ET
• Trump Rumored To Be Issuing 100 Pardons Tomorrow; Coronavirus Prediction 500,000 Deaths By Mid-February; Alexei Navalny Under Arrest Back In Russia; Palestinians Not Given A Place In Israel's Vaccine Program; Europe Tightens Travel Corridors And Enforce Curfews; Jay Y. Lee Returns To Jail; Kremlin Critic Detained on Return to Moscow; Biden to Sign Executive Orders on First Day in Office; China's GDP Grows 2.3 percent in 2020, Defying Expectations; 72 Players in Quarantine Ahead of Australian Open. Aired 1-2a ET
• Trump to Issue Around 100 Pardons and Commutations; U.S. Capitol Fenced Off, Guarded by Thousands of Troops; GOP Lawmaker: President Set Date, Time, Location for Event; Incoming CDC Director Warning of Dark Weeks Ahead in Pandemic; California Reports 42,000+ COVID Cases, 432 Deaths; U.K. Tightens Travel Entry Requirements; Vaccinations in France Begin for People Over 75; Vaccine Demand Outweighs the Available Supply. Aired 4-4:30a ET
• After Deadly Riot, D.C. Becomes Fortress Ahead of Inauguration; House Democrats Launching Probe into Capitol Riot; FBI Investigating Tip that Woman may have Stolen Laptop from Pelosi's Office, Possibly Planned to Sell it to Russia. Aired 10-10:30a ET
• Shocking New Video Shows Capitol Hill Chaos; State Capitols Brace for Possible Violence; Biden Team Outlines Plans for First 100 Days; Biden to Sign Executive Orders on First Day in Office; Washington D.C. a Fortress Ahead of Biden Inauguration; Russia Detains Kremlin Critic Alexey Navalny on Return to Moscow; Australian Open Tennis Players Frustrated by Quarantine. Aired 4:30-5a ET
• 60 Percent of U.S. Cases have been Reported Since Election Day; Sen. Ben Sasse (R-NE) Says, QAnon is Destroying the GOP from Within; Rep. Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) to Deliver Impeachment Article to Senate this Week. Aired 11:30a-12p ET
• Joe Biden Prepares Day One Executive Orders; False Alarm on Capitol Hill; Interview with Former Senate Majority Leaders Tom Daschle (D) and Trent Lott (R). Aired 10:30-11a ET
• Sen. Tina Smith (D-MN) is Interviewed about Trump's Impeachment; Dark Weeks Ahead for U.S. Due to COVID; Parler Coming Back Online; Navalny in Jail for 30 Days. Aired 9:30-10a ET
• Trump Expected to Issue a Flood of Pardons Tomorrow; Biden Administration Gears Up to Take on Major Challenges; Washington D.C. Tightens Security Ahead of Inauguration; Pelosi Expected to Deliver Impeachment Article to Senate This Week. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• Biden Set to Roll Back Controversial Trump Administration Policies; Trump Set to Issue 100 Pardons; FBI Vets National Guard Ahead of Inauguration. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• Pompeo Remains Loyal To Trump In Final Days Of Presidency; U.S. Nears 400,000 Deaths Due To COVID-19, Most In The World; Azar: Incoming Biden Team Criticizing Vaccine Rollout "So They Can Look Like Heroes When They Come In"; Twitter Temporarily Suspended Rep. Greene For Misinformation. Aired 12:30-1p ET
• Arrests of Militia Members Continue; Interview with Retired Air Force Lieutenant General Jack Weinstein; Trump Plans to Leave Washington, D.C. Before Inauguration Ceremony. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• Biden Preparing to Roll Back Several Trump Policies; Melania Trump Tweets Farewell Message, Urges Kindness; Interview with Rep. Ted Deutch (D-FL), Why There Should Be an Impeachment Trial After January 20th; New Cases in U.S. Down 11 Percent for Coronavirus from a Week Ago; Poisoned Opposition Leader in Russia Detained. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• Trump Presidency: How It Started, How It's Going; NSA Installing Trump Loyalist & Pelosi Demands Pentagon Halt the Hiring; U.S. Coronavirus Death Toll on Verge of 400K. Aired 1:30-2p ET
• Security Uncertainty Looms Over Inaugural Preparations; CNN: Trump Prepares To Issue Around 100 Pardons And Commutations; Incoming Biden Chief Of Staff: We're Inheriting A Huge Mess; D.C. National Guard Chief: Members Have "Multiple Layers" Of Screening; Pompeo Remains Loyal To Trump In Final Days Of Presidency. Aired 12-12:30p ET
• Divided, Sick Nation On Edge For Whiplash Of Power Transfer; Trump Remains In Seclusion For Sixth Straight Day; Biden Reveals Day One Actions To Turn Page On Trump. Aired 1-1:30p ET
• Democrat Rep. Accuses GOP's Boebert Of Giving Tours Before Riot; NYT: Trump Allies Collecting Fees To Push For Possible Last- Minute Pardons; Trump Leaning Away From Pardoning Himself, Family Members, Close Associates; Update On Security Situation Around The Country Amid Threats Ahead Of Inauguration; Interview With Martin Luther King III. Aired 2:30-3p ET
• Historic Week For U.S. As Trump Presidency Ends, Biden Era Begins; D.C. Becomes Fortress For Biden Inauguration After Capitol Siege; National Guard Members In D.C. Vetted Over Fears Of Insider Attack; Interview With Rep. Carolyn Maloney (D-NY). Aired 11-11:30a ET


January 17, 2021
• U.S. Bracing For Violence As FBI Warns Of Armed Protests; Security Very High At U.S. Capitol Days From Biden Inauguration; Biden To Sign Executive Orders On First Day; Interview With Rep. Lou Correa (D-CA), Warning Impeachment Could Incite Violence; Trump Considering Pardons For Himself And His Family; U.S. Politics Under Global Scrutiny; China Contrasts Its COVID-19 Response To U.S.'; Rise Of Far Right Extremist Groups During Capitol Attack; Parallels Between Charlottesville And Capitol Riots. Aired 12-1a ET
• Security Very High At U.S. Capitol Days From Biden Inauguration; Biden To Sign Executive Orders On First Day; U.S. Bracing For Violence As FBI Warns Of Armed Protests; States Look For More COVID-19 Vaccine Doses As Death Toll Nears 400,000; Vaccine Tourists Flock To Florida; Far Right Extremist Groups "Most Persistent And Lethal Threat"; State Capitals Tighten Security; Biden Facing Uphill Battle In Domestic And Global Affairs; U.S. Social Media Sites Grapple With Blind Spots. Aired 1-2a ET
• Washington And State Capitals Tighten Security; Biden To Sign Executive Orders On First Day; U.S. Bracing For Violence As FBI Warns Of Armed Protests; CDC Warns U.K. Variant Could Be Dominant Strain By March; California Opens Mass Vaccination Sites; Biden Promises 100 Million Vaccinations In First 100 Days; Biden Faces Renewed Nuclear Posturing From North Korea. Aired 3-4a ET
• Washington And State Capitals Tighten Security; Biden To Sign Executive Orders On First Day; CDC Warns U.K. Variant Could Be Dominant Strain By March; California Opens Mass Vaccination Sites; U.K. Has Vaccinated Nearly Half Of Population 80 And Over; Far Right Extremist Groups "Most Persistent And Lethal Threat"; U.S. Politics Under Global Scrutiny; Uganda Incumbent Declared Presidential Winner Amid Vote-Rigging Allegations. Aired 4-5a ET
• U.S. Capitol A Fortress, On Lockdown Amid Threats Of Violence; Shocking New Footage From Inside The Capitol Siege; Security Heightened At State Capitals Across The Country; U.S. Nears 400,000 Deaths Tied To The Coronavirus; CNN Poll Shows Trump's Approval Rating Reaches New Low As Term Ends; Biden To Sign Executive Orders On First Day, Rejoining Paris Climate Accord And Rescinding Travel Ban. Aired 2-3p ET
• FBI Warns Of Armed Protests At Capitol And In All 50 States; U.S. Capitol A Fortress And D.C. On Lockdown As Threats Grow; Capitols Tighten Security; Shocking New Footage From Inside The Capitol Siege. Aired 4-5p ET
• CNN Poll Shows Trump's Approval Rating Reaches New Low As Term Ends; U.S. Capitol A Fortress, On Lockdown Amid Threats Of Violence; Shocking New Footage From Inside The Capitol Siege. Aired 3-4p ET
• Possible Unrest In America's Anticipation Of Joe Biden's Inauguration; New Shocking Footage Inside The Capitol During The Siege; Trump Allies Collecting Cash For Pardons; COVID Deaths Predicted At 500,000 By Mid-February; Rep. Jamie Raskin On Losing His Son And Being Lead Prosecutor On Trump's Second Impeachment. Aired 5- 6p ET
• Capitol Hill On High Alert; New Blow-By-Blow Video Of Capitol Siege; America's White Hate: How We Got Here And The Way Out; Rioters Motivated By Trump And Reclaiming The Election; Trump Stood By While He Could Have Addressed The Attack; U.S. COVID Numbers Now Equal Those Of 1918 Flu Epidemic; Navalny Arrested On Return To Russia. Aired 1-2p ET
• A Nation On Edge For This Week's Transfer Of Power; Around 25,000 National Guard Troops To Patrol Washington This Week; FBI Warns Of Armed Protests At Capitol And In All 50 States; State Capitals Tighten Security Amid Threat Of Armed Protests; Trump Expected To Issue Flurry Of Pardons In Final Days Of Term; Kamala Harris To Make History As First Woman Vice President. Aired 6-7p ET


January 16, 2021
• U.S. Capitol Becomes Fortress ahead of Inauguration; Trump Wants Grand Departure; Recorded Global COVID-19 Deaths Reach 2 Million. Aired 12-12:15a ET
• U.S. Capitol Becomes Fortress ahead of Inauguration; Trump's Push to Overturn Election Fueled by Lies; Trump Administration's Vaccine "Reserve" Doesn't Exist; CDC Warns New COVID-19 Variant Will Delay U.S. Peak; Capitol Mob Seconds Away from V.P. Pence; California Builds Mass Vaccination Sites; Italy's PM Claims over 1 Million Vaccinations; Health Care Collapsing in Manaus. Aired 2-2:45a ET
• U.S. Capitol Becomes Fortress ahead of Inauguration; Pence Calls Harris While Trump Stews in Denial; Biden Outlines U.S. Vaccination Plan; Nearly Half of Ireland's Cases Reported in Last 14 Days; Dozens Dead after Indonesian Earthquake. Aired 3-3:30a ET
• Security Increased in Washington D.C. Due to Threats Surrounding Inauguration of President-Elect Biden; New Reporting Reveals Vice President Pence Narrowly Escaped Mob Storming Capitol Building; Authorities Received Intelligence of Possible Violence Days before Storming of Capitol Buildings. Aired 10-11a ET
• U.S. Capitol Becomes Fortress Ahead Of Inauguration; Trump Impeachment Trial Won't Begin Until After Inauguration; California Builds Mass Vaccination Sites; Biden Outlines U.S. Vaccination Plan; Health Care Collapsing In Manaus; Domestic Terrorists Pose Most Likely Threat To Inauguration; U.K. To Implement New Travel Restrictions; Edinburgh Doctor Chronicles COVID-19 Experience; Yoweri Museveni Will Accept Election Results. Aired 4-5a ET
• State Capitals Tighten Security Amid Warnings Of Armed Protests; Interview With Lansing, Michigan Mayor Andy Schor (D); D.C. On Lockdown Amid Potential Armed Protests On Inauguration Day; Biden Urges Senate To Simultaneously Pursue Impeachment And His Agenda; Interview With Sen. Bob Casey (D-PA); Trump's Final Full Week In Office Ends With U.S. In Disarray; CDC: New, More Contagious Variant In U.S. Could Worsen Spread. Aired 11a-12p ET
• President-Elect Joe Biden Announces Appointees To President's Council Of Advisors On Science And Technology; Security Increased In Washington, D.C. Due To Threats Surrounding Inauguration Of President- Elect Biden; State Capitals Across U.S. Prepare For Possible Violence On Inauguration Day; FOX News Owner Rupert Murdoch's Son, James Murdoch Criticizes Media Outlets For Allowing Perpetuation Of Lies Leading To Violence; U.S. Allies Across Globe Express Concern For Violence At Capitol. Aired 2-3p ET
• Capitol Hill, All 50 State Capitals Tighten Security Amid Warnings Of Armed Protests; Pentagon Authorizes 25,000 National Guard Members For Inauguration Day; FBI Investigating 275-Plus Cases Nationwide Following Capitol Attack; TSA On High Alert, Heightened Police Presence At D.C. Airports; Pelosi Expected To Send Article Of Impeachment To Senate Next Week; Dem Rep Says She Feared Her GOP Colleagues On Day Of Riot; Biden Unveils $1.9T Plan To End Pandemic, Save Economy. Aired 12-1p ET
• FBI Investigating 275-Plus Cases Nationwide Following Capitol Attack; Capitol Hill, All 50 State Capital Tighten Security Amid Warnings Of Armed Protests; Rep. John Garamendi (D-CA) Is Interviewed About The Riot On Capitol Hill; Pentagon Authorizes 25,000 National Guard Members For Inauguration; Soon: Biden To Introduce Science Team; Trump Wants Red-Carpet Departure Ceremony; McConnell's Role As Trump Exits, Biden Enters; CA Governor Newsom On COVID: There's Light At The End of the Tunnel. Aired 1-2p ET
• D.C. On Lockdown As Threats Grow; State Capitals Tighten Security Amid Warnings Of Armed Protests; Biden To Sign Executive Orders Rejoining Paris Accord And Rescinding Travel Ban On Predominantly Muslim Countries; Joe Biden Plans To Roll Out Dozens Of Executive Orders During First Days In Office; Polls Show Majority Of Americans Want Trump Removed From Office; Vaccine "Reserves" Promised By White House Do Not Exist. Aired 7-8p ET
• D.C. On Lockdown As Threats Grow; Congressional Committees Open Review Of Insurrection At Capitol; Amid Nationwide Security Threats, Trump Considers 21-Gun Salute, Red Carpet Departure From D.C.; Trump Explodes At Nixon Comparisons As He Prepares To Leave Office; First Two Weeks Of 2021 Were Deadliest Of Entire Pandemic In U.S.; Dodger Stadium Becomes COVID-19 Vaccination Site. Aired 8-9p ET
• Pentagon: 25,000 National Guard Troops In D.C. For Inauguration; QAnon Shaman Arrested For Riot Role, Asks For Trump Pardon; Poll: Majority Of Americans Want Trump Removed From Office; U.S. Bracing For More Attacks As FBI Warns Of Armed Protests; Trump's Senate Impeachment Trial To Start After Biden's Inauguration. Aired 9- 10p ET
• Security Very High At U.S. Capitol Days From Biden Inauguration; Biden To Take Executive Action To Reverse Trump Policies; Interview With Rep. John Garamendi (D-CA); Capitol Attack Widens Cracks In The Republican Party; Pelosi To Deliver Impeachment Papers To Senate Next Week; California COVID Spike Ravages Communities Of Color; Trump Breaks Tradition, Won't Attend Inauguration. Aired 11p-12a ET


January 15, 2021
• The United States Braces for More Violence Ahead of the Inauguration; An Officer Recounts Horrifying Confrontation with Mob; Biden Unveils Massive Plan for Vaccinations and Economic Help; Earthquake in Indonesia Kills at Least Eight People; Deaths Soar as United States Struggle to Vaccinate More People; London Hotel Takes COVID-19 Patients to Ease Pressure on NHS; CDC: More Than 1.3M Americans Now Have Both Vaccine Doses; Fears Of Vaccine Shortages As U.S. States Expand Access; CDC Forecast: More Than 90,000 Americans Could Die Of COVID-19 In Next Three Weeks; Biden Unveils Massive Plan For Vaccinations, Economic Help. Aired 2-2:45a ET
• Trump Impeachment Defense; Trump Disavowed The Violence In Capitol Siege; Remnants Of U.S. President's Inner Circle In Disarray; Biden Unveils $1.9 Trillion COVID-19 Rescue Plan; Right-Wing Media, Politicians Furiously Defend Trump; New Coronavirus Variant In Brazil; France Extends Curfew Nationwide To Avoid Another Lockdown; Star Pitcher Koji Uehara Featured On Local Hero; Washington on High Alert; Joe Biden Optimistic to Implement His Plan; Vaccines Reaching Small Communities; Indonesia Shaken by 6.2 Magnitude Earthquake; Trump Leaving His Mark to Joe Biden. Aired 3-4a ET
• FBI: More Than 100 Arrested, 200+ Suspects Identified; U.S. Braces for More Violence Ahead of Inauguration; Biden Unveils Massive Plan for Vaccinations, Economic Help; Indonesia: Magnitude 6.2 Earthquake Kills at least 8; Deaths Soar as U.S. States Struggle to Immunize People; Tech Companies Ban Trump But Not Other Problematic Leaders. Aired 12-12:45a ET
• Indonesian Earthquake: Rescuers Race Against Time To Find Survivors; Trump's Final Days, Hunkered Down In The White House; Coronavirus USA Numbers For First Two Weeks Of 2021; U.S. Braces For Extremist Violence Over The Next Week; Biden Unveils Massive Plan for Vaccinations, Economic Help; Trump Leaves Major Foreign Policy Headaches for Biden; London Hotel Takes COVID Patients to Ease Pressure on NHS; Turkey Launches Mass COVID Vaccination Plan; North Korea Unveils Submarine-Launched Ballistic Missile; Replacing Trump in "Home Alone 2". Aired 1-2a ET
• Federal Prosecutors Say, Rioters Planned to Capture and Assassinate Officials; Inauguration Ceremony Rehearsal Delayed amid Security Concerns; U.S. Bracing for More Attacks as FBI Warns of Armed Protests. Aired 10-10:30a ET
• Heavy Security at U.S. Capitol Ahead of Biden's Inauguration; FBI: More than 100 Arrested, 200+ Suspects Identified; U.S. Senate Republicans Split Over Convicting Trump; Trump Faces Trial in U.S. Senate Over Deadly Capitol Riot; Police Officers Describe How Mob Attack Unfolded; Biden Unveils Massive Plan for Vaccinations, Economic Help; Deaths Soar as U.S. States Struggle to Vaccinate More People. Aired 4-4:30a ET
• Biden's Vaccine Plan Calls for 100 Million Shots in First 100 Days; Rep. Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) Holds Press Conference after Second Trump Impeachment. Aired 11:30a-12p ET
• U.S. Braces for More Violence Ahead of Inauguration; Indonesia: Magnitude 6.2 Earthquake Kills at Least 34; U.K. Bans South America Travel Ban Due to New Brazilian Strain; QAnon Shaman Asks Trump for Pardon After Capitol Riot; Tech Companies Ban Trump, Not Other Notorious Leaders. Aired 4:30-5a ET
• House GOP Leader McCarthy Defends Congresswoman Liz Cheney As Republicans Battle Amid Impeachment Fallout; Impeachment-Vote Split Sows Division with Republican Party; D.C. on Lockdown As Inauguration Nears; D.C. on Lockdown as Threats Grow Ahead of Inauguration Day; Police Officers Describe Brutal Attack from Pro-Trump Mob at the Capitol. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• Rise of Far-Right Extremism; Pennsylvania's Lieutenant Governor Talks about Violence; Biden's Vaccine Plan; Biden Unveils Pandemic Plan. Aired 9:30-10a
• DC Officials Update Inauguration Security Preparations. Aired 12:30-1p ET
• Democratic Leadership Discussing Senate Trial Schedule; Mike Pence Minutes from Mob; Facebook Weapon Ads Target Right-Wing Groups. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• Trump Wants Military Style Sendoff on Inauguration Morning; Rep. Garamendi Concerned About Armed Members of Congress; Biden Announces Plan to Administer COVID Vaccines. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• Pelosi: "Strong Interest" in Congress for 911-Style Probe of Riot; Pew: Trump's Approval Plunges to 29%, Lowest of Presidency; U.S. Says Capitol Rioters Planned to "Capture & Assassinate" Officials; Capitol Mob Included Veterans of Military, Law Enforcement; L.A. Running Out of Space for Bodies as a Person Dies Every 6 Minutes. Aired 1:30-2p ET
• U.S. Says Capitol Rioters Planned to Capture and Assassinate Officials; U.S. Capitol a Fortress, D.C. on Lockdown as Threats Grow; Rep. Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) Has Strong Interest in Congress for 9/11- Style Probe of Riot. Aired 1-1:30p ET
• Investigations Reveal Capitol Attack Increasingly Dangerous; D.C. Metropolitan Police Describe Warlike Conditions; Mike Pence Congratulates Kamala Harris. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• Pelosi: Gen. Russel Honore To Lead Examination of Security; Pelosi: If Any Congress Members Aided Rioters, "There May Have to Be Actions Taken Prosecution"; Pelosi: Strong Interest in Congress For 9/11 Style Commission Investigating Capitol Insurrection. Aired 12- 12:30p ET
• Soon, Biden to Lay Out Vaccine Plan after Trump Administration's Rocky Rollout; Rick Bright, Biden COVID Advisory Board Member, Discusses Biden Vaccine Rollout & Trump Admin. Having No "Reserve" 2nd Doses; Text Messages Show Last Goodbyes of COVID Victims; GOP Senator Apologizes to Black Tulsans for Opposing Election; State Rep. Monroe Nichols (D-OK) Discusses Lankford Apology; CNN Special Report, "Kamala Harris, Making History," Airs Sunday at 10 P.M. ET. Aired 2:30-3p ET
• Interview with Rep. John Garamendi (D-CA); New Details Emerge on Capitol Building Siege. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• America on High Alert for more Attacks; Washington on Lockdown as Security Threats Mount; U.S. says Rioters Planned to "Capture and Assassinate" Elected Officials. Aired 11-11:30a ET


January 14, 2021
• President Trump Now Reaps What He Sow; Rep. Lou Correa (D-CA) Was Interviewed About the Horror He and Others Experience During the Capitol Attack, and Also His View on Impeachment; The Rise and Fall of Trump; War-type Scenario to Welcome the Biden Administration; Reconnaissance Tours at the Capitol Being Look At; World Leaders Count on Joe Biden's Leadership; Trump Impeached for Incitement of Insurrection; Ten Republicans Voted to Impeach Donald Trump Over Deadly Capitol Riot; Snapchat Permanently Bans President Trump; New York Moves to End Contracts with Trump Organization; Virus Killing Americans More Quickly than Ever; U.K. Weighs Moving Some COVID-19 Patients to Hotels; U.K. Doctors, Nurses Traumatized by Pandemic Work; Lebanon Tightens Lockdown as Cases Surge; Local Hero Features Kaori Matsumoto. Aired 3-4a ET
• Feds Warn Extremists are Emboldened to Carry Out More Attacks after Capitol Siege; Evidence Uncovered So Far Suggests U.S. Capitol was Planned; Senate Impeachment Trial to Begin after Biden Inauguration. Aired 10-10:30a ET
• Preparing for More Violence in D.C.; Rep. Vicente Gonzalez (D- TX) is Interviewed about Potential Violence in D.C.; Biden Urges Senate to Multitask. Aired 9:30-10a ET
• Trump First U.S. President in History to Be Impeached Twice; Ten Republicans Join Dems in Vote to Impeach Trump; WHO Investigators in Wuhan to Study Virus Origins; Investigators Pursuing Signs Capitol Riot Was Planned; Snapchat Permanently Bans Trump; Turkey Begins Rollout of China's Sinovac Vaccine; Poisoned Putin Critic Alexei Navalny Plans Return to Russia; Uganda Presidential Vote Underway after Violent Run-up. Aired 2-3a ET
• Support for President Trump Remains High; Melania Trump Has Not Communicated with Jill Biden; Interview with Former CISA Director Chris Krebs. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• Man with "Camp Auschwitz" Shirt at Capitol Riot Arrested; Trump Doesn't Want to Pay Giuliani, Which Fits a Pattern; Trump's Business Brand Falters in Wake of Deadly Siege at Capitol. Aired 1:30-2p ET
• Trump Could Issue Pardons to Distract from Impeachment; Feds Warn of Emboldened Extremists; Armed Protest Planned at Michigan State Capitol Building Sunday; Interview with Minnesota Attorney General Keith Ellison about Threats of Extremist Groups; McConnell Rejects Speedy Trial As He Remains Undecided on Convicting Trump; House Impeachment Managers Map Out Prosecution Against Trump; Senate Impeachment Trial to Begin After Biden Inauguration. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• Soon: Pence Attends Briefing on Inauguration Security; 20,000 National Guard Troops Expected in D.C. for Biden Inauguration; Feds Warn Extremists Emboldened After Last Week's Capitol Siege; Source: Trump Isolated, Wallowing in Self-Pity in White House. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• 20,000 National Guard Troops Expected in D.C. for Inauguration; Official Says No National Mall Access on Inauguration Day; Pelosi Announces Stiff Fines for Members Not Following Security Rules on The Hill; Biden to Lay Out Specific Proposals for COVID Rescue Package. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• McConnell Remains Undecided On Convicting Trump In Senate Trial; Unemployment Claims Soar As States Try To Contain COVID-19 Surge; Liz Cheney On Calls For Her To Resign: "I'm Not Going Anywhere". Aired 12:30-1p ET
• Official Says, No National Mall Access on Inauguration Day; Biden Seeks to Keep Focus on COVID, Economy amid Impeachment; U.S. Adds Nearly 40,000 New Deaths, 3 Million-Plus Cases in January. Aired 11:30a-12p ET
• Washington, D.C. Security Increases for Inauguration; President Trump Refusing Rudy Giuliani's Legal Fees; Comparing Trump and Nixon's Final Days in Office. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• Trump: "There Must Be No Violence, No Lawbreaking"; Mitch McConnell Leaves Voting For Trump's Conviction On The Table; Biden Urges Senate To Work On His Agenda In Tandem With Impeachment; U.S. Intelligence: Capitol Siege Will Likely Motivate Follow-Up Attacks; State Capitols On Alert For Inauguration Week Violence. Aired 12- 12:30p ET
• Official Says, No National Mall Access on Inauguration Day; Source Says, Allies Advised Trump He Needed to Forcefully Condemn All Violence or He Will Own It; America on High Alert as Threat of Armed Protests Grows. Aired 1-1:30p ET
• Key GOP Senators to Watch as Impeachment Trial Looms; Biden, McConnell Talk More Than People Know; GOP's Growing Threat: If You Impeach, They Will Come; CDC: 90,000 Americans Could Die in Next 3 Weeks Amid Sluggish Vaccine Rollout; Ex-Capitol Hill Staffers: Make COVID Testing Mandatory. Aired 2:30-3p ET
• 20,000 National Guard Troops Expected in D.C. for Biden Swearing-in; Officials: Violent Extremists are Biggest Threat to Inauguration; Lawmakers Call for Probe into Suspected "Reconnaissance" Tours. Aired 11-11:30a ET


January 13, 2021
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• A Second Impeachment on the Horizon for President Trump; POTUS Warn Democrats of Political Consequences; No One is Above the Law; Perpetrators Now Being on FBI's Top List; United Kingdom Hits Another Record on COVID Deaths; Europe Far from Easing Restrictions; Ontario and Ottawa Under a Stay-at-Home Order; U.S. House Hours Away from Second Trump Impeachment Vote; Top Senate Republican Says he Believes Trump Committed Impeachable Offenses; In The Capitol Siege, Investigators Probe Police, Military Roles; YouTube Suspending Trump's Channel for at Least a Week; Deutsche Bank Cutting Business Ties with Trump; U.S. to Ramp Up Vaccine Efforts as COVID Deaths Climb; Navalny Announcing he will be Returning to Russia; Kanoa Igarashi Featured in the CNN's Local Hero. Aired 3-4a ET
• Trump's Second Impeachment Vote In House Hours Away; FBI And D.C. Debriefs On Capitol Hill Riot; Biden Administration Spokesperson On Plans For Better Vaccine Roll Out; COVID Cases Continue To Soar In The U.S.; Biden's Inauguration Could Be Targeted By Domestic Terrorists; Investigators Probe Police, Military Roles; Twitter, Facebook Banned Trump After Attack on Capitol; Verdict Expected in South Korean Religious Leader's Trial; Japan Insists Olympics Still on Track Despite Virus Surge; Ireland to Apologize for Abuse at "Mother and Baby" Homes; Republican Lawmakers Face Calls for Censure, Expulsion. Aired 1-2a ET
• GOP Turns on Trump as Impeachment Gathers Momentum; House Formally Urges Pence to Remove Trump from Office; Justice Department Bringing Sedition and Conspiracy Charges; Verdict Expected in South Korean Religion Leader's Trial; Japan Insists Olympics Still on Track Despite Pandemic; U.S. to Release All Available Vaccine Doses; Ireland to Apologize for Abuse at 'Mother and Baby' Homes; Trump Discussing Issuing Pardons for Himself, His Children; Key Organizer of Rally Says He Got Help from 3 GOP Congressmen. Aired 12-12:45a ET
• U.S. House to Vote on Impeachment; Several Republicans Say They Support Impeachment; Trump Take No Responsibility for Inciting Capitol Riot; Justice Department Bringing Sedition and Conspiracy Charges; U.S. Updates Vaccine Distribution Plan. Aired 4-4:30a ET
• U.S. House to Vote on Impeachment; Trump Denounces Violence, Takes No Responsibility for Riot; YouTube Suspending Trump's Channel for at Least a Week; Deutsche Bank Cutting Business Ties with Trump; Navalny Announces Return to Russia After Poisoning; Europe Struggle as Vaccine Approval Process Continues. Aired 4:30-5a ET
• GOP Turns on Trump as Impeachment Gathers Momentum; Justice Department Bringing Sedition and Conspiracy Charges; German Chancellor Warns of Difficult Weeks Ahead; U.S. Revamps Vaccine Plan; House Formally Urges Pence to Remove Trump from Office; 2021 Tokyo Olympics Move Forward amid COVID-19 Crisis. Aired 2-3a ET


January 12, 2021
• Twenty People Facing Consequences for U.S. Capitol Attack; Trump and Fence Mending Fences; Democrats Determined to Impeach President Trump; Impeachment with Slim Chance to Pass Senate; Britain Ramping Up Vaccination Program; Germany Bracing for More Darker Days; Major U.S. Companies Pausing Political Donations; Social Media App Parler Deplatformed; Tech Giants May Fear Legal Trouble Over Any Future Plots; U.S. Names Cuba State Sponsor Of Terrorism; U.N. Slams U.S. Decision To Designate Houthi Rebels A Foreign Terrorist Organization; U.S. Tops 200,000 New Cases Every Day For A Week; U.S. CDC Says About One Third Of Distributed Doses Administered; Democrats Blames COVID Diagnosis On Lawmakers With No Masks; Prince Charles Looks Toward A Greener Future; Tokyo Native Readies For Olympic Debut. Aired 3-4a ET
• Vote On Second Trump Impeachment Today In House; FBI Warns Of Credible Threat By Extremist Groups Up To Inauguration; U.S. COVID Cases Now Resulting In More Deaths Daily Than 9/11; U.S. House to Vote on Impeachment Wednesday; Far Right App Parler Sues Amazon for Cutting Off Services; Search Teams Recover 74 Body Bags of Human Remains; Comedian's Rant Against U.S. Capitol Attack Goes Viral. Aired 1-2a ET
• House Gears Up to Impeach Trump a Second Time Tomorrow; FBI Warns "Armed Protests" Being Planned in All 50 States & D.C.; Today: Trump's First Public Appearance Since Deadly Riot. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• Several Capitol Officers Suspended, Up to 15 under Investigation; Army General Denies Delay in Reinforcements; At Least 72 Cases of COVID-19 Variant in U.S.; L.A. County Reports 1,500+ Deaths in Past Week; U.S. Names Cuba State Sponsor of Terrorism; Countries Around the Globe Deal with Increasing COVID-19 Cases. Aired 2-2:45a ET
• ABI Warns of Armed Protests Nationwide; At Least 20 People Face Federal Charges for Riot; Several Officers Suspended and Up to 15 Under Investigation; House Democrats to Vote Wednesday to Impeach Trump; U.S. CDC: About a Third of Distributed Doses Administered; Frustration Over Slow Vaccine Rollout in U.S. Aired 4-4:30a ET
• House to Hold Impeachment Vote on Wednesday; Major U.S. Companies Pausing Political Donations; Congresswoman Gets COVID and Blames Mask-Less Republicans; COVID Hospital Admissions Have Risen Sharply Across the U.K.; Germany Introduces Tougher COVID-19 Restrictions. Aired 4:30-5a ET
• L.A. County Reports 1,500+ Deaths in Past Week; COVID-19 Patient Returns to Thank Hospital Staff; Families Mourn Victims of Indonesian Plane Crash; U.S. House to Vote on Impeachment Wednesday; Trump Administration Names Cuba State Sponsor of Terrorism; Prince Charles is Interviewed on Efforts to Fight Climate Change; Acting DHS Secretary Resigns, FBI Warns of 'Armed Protests' at State Capitals. Aired 12-1a ET
• Sen. Chris Van Hollen (D-MD) is Interviewed about Impeachment; Change of Course for Vaccine Distribution; Social Media's Crack Down on Rhetoric and Conspiracies. Aired 9:30-10a
• FBI and DOJ Hold Press Conference on Capitol Building Siege; Interview With Rep. Ro Khanna (D-CA); Trump Refuses Any Responsibility for Capitol Building Siege. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• Today, House Votes to Pressure Pence to Invoke 25th Amendment; House Gears up to Impeach Trump a Second Time Tomorrow. Aired 10- 10:30a ET
• Interview With Former Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel; California COVID-19 Surge Continues to Worsen; President Denies Culpability for Capitol Attack. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• Heightened Security Preparations Underway For Biden Inaugural; Trump Blames Dems For Causing Tremendous Danger To The Country By Pursuing Impeachment Over U.S. Capitol Attack; Biden Hopes Senate Can Split Time Between Impeachment, His Agenda; Trump Admin Announces Major Changes To Vaccine Rollout Plan; Three House Dems Test Positive For COVID-19 After Capitol Riot. Aired 12:30-1p ET
• U.S. Attorney Looking at Significant Sedition and Conspiracy Charges; Trump Says on 25th Amendment be Careful What You Wish For; Impeachment Moves Forward as FBI Warns of Possible Inauguration Violence. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• House Rules Committee Debates Bill Demanding Trump's Removal. Aired 11:30-12p ET
• House on Verge of Impeaching Trump a Second Time; Washington Post Reports, FBI Warned of War at Capitol, Contradicting Claims; Trump Takes no Blame for Insurrection at Capitol. Aired 1-1:30p ET
• Several Republicans Could Break Ranks, Join Democrats in Impeaching Trump; Rep. Liz Cheney Urges Colleges to Vote Their Conscience on Impeachment; Trump Advised to Denounce Violence to Reduce Legal Liability; Interview with Sen. Tammy Duckworth (D-IL); McCarthy Was for Challenging Election Until He Was Against It; 3 Democrats Blame COVID Diagnoses on Maskless Republicans in Safe Room. Aired 1:30-2p ET
• FBI Had Advance Warning of Capitol Violence; Interview with Rep. Jared Huffman (D-CA); Violent Plots Against Lawmakers Continue. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• Live: House Rules Committee Debates Bill Demanding Trump's Removal; CNN: As Many As 10 House Republicans Could Break Ranks And Vote For Impeachment; GOP Representative Liz Cheney Calls Impeachment A "Vote Of Conscience"; Impeachment Moves Forward As FBI Warns of Potential Inauguration Violence; Pelosi, Top Democrats Meet With Acting Capitol Police Chief And Acting Sergeant At Arms About Security Threats. Aired 12-12:30p ET
• Rep. McCarthy Was For Election Challenge Before He Was Against It; WAPO: Trump Too Busy Watching TV During Riot To Take Desperate Calls; Trump Administration Announces Major Changes To Vaccine Rollout Plan. Aired 2:30-3p ET
• House Gears Up to Impeach Trump A Second Time Tomorrow; Trump Takes No Blame for Capitol Hill Siege; House Rules Committee Debates Bill Demanding Trump's Removal. Aired 11-11:30a ET


January 11, 2021
• U.S. House to Urge Pence to Take Steps to Remove Trump; Capitol Security to Be Enhanced for Biden's Inauguration; U.S. Vaccination Rollout Stumbling; China Promising Pandemic Aid to African Nations; More Companies Sever Ties with Trump; U.S. Democracy Resilient Despite Violence in Washington; How Trump Impeachment Could Impact Biden Presidency; Georgia Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger (R) is Interviewed about Deadly Insurrection. Aired 12-1a ET
• House Democrats Pushing to Impeach Trump; More Arrests After Wednesday's Riot in Capitol Hill; January Deadliest Month in the U.S. Due to COVID; Pelosi Prepared To Move Forward With Trump Impeachment; Final Controversy For Trump Presidency; Flags Lowered In Honor Of Fallen Capitol Police Officer; U.K. Government To Announce Vaccine Delivery Plan; Germany Records 40,000 Plus Total Deaths; China Promising Vaccines To Developing Nations; China Promising Pandemic Aid To African Nations; India To Start Vaccine Drive January 16; U.S. To Designate Houthi Rebels As Foreign Terrorists; U.S. Democracy Resilient Despite Violence In Washington; Apple, Google & Amazon To Boot Parler; PGA Pulling 2022 Championship From Trump Golf Course; Kamala Harris' Teams Blindsided By Cover Change. Aired 2-3a ET
• Police Killed in Riot Honored Today; U.S. Bracing for More COVID Cases; U.K. Makes Aggressive Action Against Coronavirus; Germany's COVID Death Toll Now at 40,000; Takuma Sato Wins Two Indy 500; Democrats Eager to Impeach President Trump; GOP Wants Trump to be Held Accountable; U.S. Plans to Designate Houthis as Terrorist Group; Social Media Rattled by Wednesday's Attack; A Lesson Well Learned. Aired 3-4a ET
• U.S. House Will Urge Pence to Take Steps to Remove Trump; Pelosi: If Pence Fails to Act, House Will Move to Impeach; Capitol Security to Be Enhanced for Biden's Inauguration; Growing Calls for Impeachment Among Democrats; More Companies Sever Ties with Trump; U.S. Democracy Resilient Despite Violence in Washington; Colin Powell Says He Would Support Impeaching Trump. Aired 4-4:30a ET
• NYPD Announcing They Are Investigating Someone Who May Have Been Part Of The Riot; House Democrats Are Set To Formally Unveil Their Resolution To Impeach President Trump; Democrats Are Urging Mike Pence To Invoke The 25th Amendment; President Trump To Speak Today To Condemn The Violence And Ask For Peaceful Transition. Aired 10-10:30a ET
• U.S. House Will Urge Pence to Take Steps to Remove Trump; Biden to Unveil Plan for Pandemic Relief Package; U.S. to Designate Houthi Rebels as Foreign Terrorists; Former FDA Chief: Need to Hit Reset on Vaccine Strategy; German Death Toll Tops 40,000; Search Underway for Indonesia Crash Victims; Schwarzenegger Urges Unity in U.S. After Capitol Riot; Officer Died After Physically Engaging with Rioters. Aired 4:30-5a ET
• Pence On Notice To Remove Trump From Office; Widespread Investigations After Capitol Hill Riots; Security For Inauguration To Scale Up Dramatically; Big Tech Blocks Trump; U.S. House To Urge Pence to Take Steps to Remove Trump; India to Start Vaccine Drive January 16; Questions about Vaccine Hoarding and Fair Access; Search and Rescue Underway for Indonesia Crash Victims. Aired 1-2a ET
• Capitol Building Rioter Arrests Continue; Interview With Fmr. Rep. Charlie Dent (R-PA); Democrats Introduce Article of Impeachment Against Trump. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• Interview with Rep. Hank Johnson (D-GA); COVID-19 Case Surge Continues in Los Angeles; Joe Biden's Inauguration Plans Remain Unchanged. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• Trump May Deliver Remarks on Big Tech; Coronavirus Deaths in First Days of 2021; PGA Pulls from Trump Golf Course. Aired 9:30-10a
• DC Mayor Urges People Not To Come For Inauguration Amid Threats; President-Elect Biden Nominates William Burns As CIA Director; Parler Sues Amazon After Being Deplatformed. Aired 12:30-1p ET
• GOP Predicted Trump & Violence, Then Ignored Their Own Advice; Concerns Grow over More Rallies, Violence Ahead of Inauguration; Biden Gets 2nd Dose of COVID Vaccine; Biden Speaks as House Begins Trump's 2nd Impeachment; FBI Asking for Help Identifying Man Carrying Confederate Flag in Capitol. Aired 1:30-2p ET
• House Democrats Calling on Mike Pence to Remove Trump; Trump Faces Second Impeachment Days Before His Term Ends; Nearly Two Dozen People Facing Federal Charges for Capitol Hill Riots; Trump Faces Second Impeachment for Role in Inciting Deadly Riot; Law Enforcement Braces for More Violence Before Inauguration Day; D.C. Mayor Asks White House for Emergency Declaration to Get Funding for Inauguration Security. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• Barr Warned Trump Not to Self-Pardon; Feds Round Up At Least 20 Defendants Related to Riot; Anonymous Callers Threaten Top Democrat in Impeachment Push; Interview with Rep. Gallego (D-AZ), Recounts Chaos at Capitol Riot; CDC Says Nearly 9 Million Vaccinated, 25.5 Million Doses Distributed; Biden's Vaccination Plan in Flux. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• D.C. Mayor Asks White House for Emergency Declaration to Get Funding for Inauguration Security; First Lady Mourns Lives Lost in Capitol Riot But Doesn't Assign Blame; Right Wing Social Media Site Loses Its Major Platforms. Aired 11:30-12p ET
• White House Counsel, Bill Barr Warned Trump Not to Self-Pardon; White House Re-Examining Pardons that Trump Brought Up on Giuliani, Trump's Family Members; Cumulus Media Warns Radio Hosts Not to Repeat Trump Lies on Election & Voter Fraud; Randall Lane, Chief Content Editor, Forbes Media & Editor, "Forbes" Magazine, Discusses His Warning to Companies Against Hiring Trump Staffers; Capitol Physician Warns Lawmakers May Have Been Exposed to COVID after Sheltering During Siege with Democratic Congresswoman Who Tested Positive. Aired 2:30-3p ET
• House Begins Trump's Second Impeachment in Wake of Siege; Corporate America Pulling Plug on Trump in Wake of Riot; Melania Trump Breaks Silence, Plays Victim While Condemning Riot. Aired 1-1:30p ET
• Democrats Introduce Article of Impeachment; Interview with Rep. Tom Malinowski (D-NJ); Security Resignations Follow Capitol Events. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• Republicans Split On How To Respond Trump Inciting Capitol Riot; House Formally Introduces Article Of Impeachment Against Trump; House Democrats Introduce Article Of Impeachment Charging President With Inciting An Insurrection; House Moves To Impeach Trump If Pence Won't Invoke 25th Amendment; GOP Representative Speaks Out Against Trump, Stops Short Of Impeachment. Aired 12-12.30p ET
• House Formally Introduces Article of Impeachment Against Trump; Some Republicans Continue to Push the Lies that Led to Capitol Siege; House to Start Process of Impeaching Trump if Pence won't Oust Him. Aired 11-11:30a ET


January 10, 2021
• U.S. Vice President Not Ruling Out 25th Amendment To Remove Trump; Impeachment Articles Could Be Introduced As Soon As Monday; At Least 83 Arrested In Capitol Siege; Lawmakers Criticize Lack Of Preparedness For Riots; Images Of Deadly Capitol Riot Shock The World; Pondering Trump's Legacy; Video Shows Officer Being Crushed By Mob; California Reports All-Time Daily High Death Rate On Saturday. Aired 12-1a ET
• Trump Silent As Drumbeat For Impeachment Grows Louder; Impeachment Articles Could Be Introduced As Soon As Monday; Video Shows Officer Being Crushed By Mob; Lawmakers Criticize Lack Of Preparedness For Riots; California Reports All-Time Daily High Death Rate On Saturday; Inside The Mob That Swamped The Capitol. Aired 1-2a ET
• Images Of Deadly Capitol Riot Shock The World; Trump Silent As Drumbeat For Impeachment Grows Louder; Impeachment Articles Could Be Introduced As Soon As Monday; Inside The Mob That Swamped The Capitol; At Least 83 Arrested In Capitol Siege; Right-Wing Extremists Celebrate Riot, Twitter Warns Of Another Attack; COVID-19 Boosters Administered in U.S. Aired 2-3a ET
• U.S. Vice President Not Ruling Out 25th Amendment To Remove Trump; At Least 83 Arrested In Capitol Siege; Video Shows Officer Being Crushed By Mob; Right-Wing Extremists Celebrate Riot, Twitter Warns Of Another Attack; At Least 208 House Democrats Back Impeachment For Trump; Images Of Deadly Capitol Riot Shock The World; U.S. COVID- 19 Deaths At Unprecedented Levels; U.K. First Western Country To Top Three Million COVID-19 Cases. Aired 3-4a ET
• Trump Silent As Drumbeat For Impeachment Grows Louder; Impeachment Articles Could Be Introduced As Soon As Monday; Coast-To- Coast Manhunt For Siege Suspects; Right-Wing Extremists Celebrate Riot, Twitter Warns Of Another Attack; Experts Divided On Constitutionality Of Presidential Self-Pardon; Images Of Deadly Capitol Riot Shock The World; Indonesian Navy Locates Human Remains In Plane Wreckage; U.S. COVID-19 Deaths At Unprecedented Levels. Aired 4- 5a ET
• Police Officer Beaten Down During Capitol Hill Riot; Trump Regrets Making Video Condemning Capitol Hill Riot; Vice President Mike Pence On The 25th Amendment; Capitol Rioters Arrested; White House Flag At Half-Staff For Fallen Veteran In Capitol Riot; Vaccine Rollout Reset, Says Former FDA Chief. Aired 5-6p ET
• Article Of Impeachment Could Be Introduced Tomorrow; Interview With Rep. Sheila Jackson Lee (D-TX); Biden To Release Most Vaccine Doses To Speed Up Vaccination Effort; Feds Say, Police Found A Truck Full Of Bombs And Guns Near Capitol; Source Says, Vice President Pence Not Ruling Out 25th Amendment Option; Right-Wing Social Media Loses Its Major Platforms. Aired 2-3p ET
• Article Of Impeachment Could Be Introduced Tomorrow; Interview With Former Sen. Doug Jones (D-AL) About Capitol Hill Riot; U.S. Congress Attending Physician Warns Lawmakers Of COVID-19 Exposure Following Capitol Hill Riot; Social Media Posts Help Circulate Dangerous Lies; Social Media Posts And The Capitol; Schwarzenegger Speaks About Trump And America. Aired 4-5p ET
• Articles Of Impeachment Could Be Introduced Tomorrow; Biden Looking To Avoid Being Mired In Impeachment Proceedings; At Least 18 Federal Criminal Defendants Charged In Relation To Riot. Aired 3-4p ET
• Source: Pence Has Not Ruled Out 25th Amendment; Article Of Impeachment Could Be Introduced Tomorrow; Procession For Fallen Officer Brian Sicknick Held Today In D.C.; Dems Could Delay Sending Article Of Impeachment To Senate; U.S. Vaccination Effort Remains Woefully Behind Schedule; Financial Company, Stripe, Stops Processing Trump Campaign Donations. Aired 6-7p ET


January 09, 2021
• House Democrats Threaten Impeachment Unless Trump Resigns; Twitter Permanently Suspends Trump's Personal Account; Pfizer BioNTech Vaccine Appears to Work against Mutation in New Virus Strains. Aired 12-12:15a ET
• House Democrats Threaten Impeachment Unless Trump Resigns; Questions Mount over Security Failure at Capitol Riot; More Capitol Rioters Identified and Charged; Johns Hopkins University: Over 20,000 COVID-19 Deaths in U.S. in 2021; Health Experts Fear U.S. Not Doing Enough to Halt Fast-Spreading COVID-19 Variant; Moderna Vaccine Authorized for Use in Britain; Trump Could Be First President Impeached Twice. Aired 2-2:45a ET
• Trump Could Be First President Impeached Twice; How the GOP Moves Forward after Trump; More Capitol Rioters Identified and Charged; Growing Concerns about U.S. Vaccine Stock for Second Dose; U.K. Sees Record Number of Cases, Hospitalizations; North Korea Plans to Expand Nuclear Capability. Aired 3-3:30a ET
• Authorities Arrest Man Seen in Pictures Carrying House Speaker Nancy Pelosi's Podium During Storming of Capitol Buildings; House Democrats to Propose Second Impeachment of President Trump; Video Released on Protestors on Capitol Hill Overwhelming Security Guards; Twitter Permanently Suspends President Trump's Account over Concerns of Incitement to Violence; California May Start Rationing Health Care Due to Coronavirus Spread Overwhelming Hospitals; International Leaders React to Storming of U.S. Capital by President Trump's Supporters; Intelligence Indicating Possible Violent Protests on Capitol Hill During Congressional Certification of Electoral College Votes Examined. Aired 10-11a ET
• Trump Could Be First President Impeached Twice; Twitter Permanently Suspends Trump's Personal Account; More Capitol Rioters Identified And Charged; Johns Hopkins University: Over 20,000 COVID-19 Deaths In U.S. In 2021; U.K. Sees Record Number Of Cases, Hospitalizations; London Mayor: This Virus Is Out Of Control; North Korea Plans To Expand Nuclear Capability; Capitol Flag At Half-Staff To Honor Officer Brian Sicknick. Aired 4-5a ET
• Twitter Permanently Suspends Trump's Personal Account; Trump Could Be First President Impeached Twice; Biden Nods To Republicans Who Didn't Support Vote Challenge; Video Shows Moments Before Mob Breached Capitol Barricades; Trump Called Senator To Overturn Election As Riot Raged; Pfizer BioNTech Vaccine Appears To Work Against Mutation In New Virus Strains; North Korea Plans To Expand Nuclear Capability; More Capitol Rioters Identified And Charged. Aired 5-6a ET
• Man Seen Carrying Pelosi's Podium In U.S. Capitol Riot Arrested; Twitter Suspends Trump's Account Permanently; Momentum Builds Toward Potential Fast-Track Impeachment; Republicans Question Point Of Impeaching Trump In Final Days; CDC Director Warns Of Potential Case Surge After U.S. Capitol Riot. Aired 11a-12p ET
• House Democrats To Propose Second Impeachment Of President Trump; Video Released Of Protestors On Capitol Hill Overwhelming Security Guards; Twitter Permanently Suspends President Trump's Account Over Concerns Of Incitement To Violence; Video Released Of Protesters At Capitol Calling For Execution Of VP Pence; Biden Administration Plans to Accelerate Distribution of COVID-19 Vaccines. Aired 2-3p ET
• Momentum Builds Towards Potential Fast-Track Impeachment; Trump Faces Growing Pressure To Resign Or Face 2nd Impeachment; Legal Implications For Trump Post-Presidency; Interview With Rep. Tom Suozzi (D-NY); Pro-Trump Insurrection Labeled "A Dark Day For Democracy"; Riots Fueled By Conspiracy Groups, Extremists & Fringe Movements; CDC Director Warns Of Potential Case Surge After U.S. Capitol Riot. Aired 12-1p ET
• CDC Director Warns Of Potential Case Surge After U.S. Capitol Riot; Man Seen Carrying Pelosi's Podium In U.S. Capitol Riot Arrested; House Dems Plan To Introduce Impeachment Resolution Monday; Seasoned War Journalists Stunned By Capitol Attack; Questions Raised On Security At Capitol; Study Says Pfizer Vaccine Appears To Be Effective Against New Strain; Fifty Passengers, 12 Crew Members On Board Missing Indonesian Plane. Aired 1-2p ET
• Disturbing Video Shows Officer Crushed Against Door By Mob Storming Capitol; House Democrats Plan To Introduce Impeachment Resolution Monday; More Arrests Made After Insurrection At U.S. Capitol; COVID Hits Small California Town With A Vengeance; Images Of This Week's Deadly Riot Shook The World; Biden: "Complete Confidence" In Secret Service For Inauguration Safety; More Arrests Made After Insurrection At U.S. Capitol. Aired 3-4p ET
• More Arrests Made After Insurrection At U.S. Capitol; Twitter Suspends Trump's Account Permanently; House Dems Plan To Introduce Impeachment Resolution Monday; Interview With Rep. James Clyburn (D- SC); Rep. Boebert Faces Calls To Resign Less Than A Week Into Term; Pelosi Called Joint Chiefs Chair About Safeguarding Nuclear Weapons From Trump; Biden To Release Nearly All Available COVID-19 Vaccine Doses; U.S. COVID-19 Death Toll Surpasses 371,000. Aired 4-5p ET
• Article Of Impeachment Could Be Introduced As Soon As Monday; Source Says, Vice President Pence Has Not Ruled Out 25th Amendment; More Arrests Made After Deadly Insurrection At U.S. Capitol; COVID Surge Puts California In Dire Straits; World Reacts In Shock To Riot At U.S. Capitol. Aired 8-9p ET
• Source: Pence Not Ruling Out 25th Amendment, Wants To Preserve It In Case President Trump Becomes More Unstable; Rep. Sheila Jackson Lee (D-TX) Is Interviewed About Impeaching Trump Again; House Democrats Plan To Introduce Impeachment Resolution Monday; Over Two Million New COVID-19 Cases And 24,000 Deaths Nine Days Into 2021. Aired 9-10p ET
• Trump-Pence Relationship More Fractured Than Ever; Haven't Spoken Since Wednesday's Capitol Hill Insurrection; More Arrests Made After Deadly Insurrection At U.S. Capitol; Conservative Media Continues Spreading Same Election Misinformation That Led To Deadly Capitol Insurrection; COVID Surge Puts California In Dire Straits; Trump Expected To Fight With Big Tech During Final Days In Office; Remembering Officer Killed As Mob Stormed Capitol. Aired 10-11p ET
• Source: Pence Not Ruling Out Invoking 25th Amendment; Rep. Ruben Gallego (D-AZ) Is Interviewed About Trump's Removal; Impeachment Articles Could Be Introduced As Soon As Monday; Federal Prosecutors Filing Charges Against Capital Rioters; Big Tech Responds; U.S. COVID- 19 Cases Exceed 22 Million. Aired 11p-12a ET


January 08, 2021
• Five People Pay the Price of Violence; Cabinet Members Resigned from Their Post; Lawmakers Calling on Trump to Step Down; World Leaders Reacts in Awe and Dismay; New Confirmed Coronavirus In United States; Europe's Vaccine Rollout Off To A Slow Start; French Health Minister Vows To Speed Up Vaccine Rollout; Brazil Announces That SinoVac's Vaccine Is 78 Percent Effective; Syria's Shortages Of Oxygen, Water As COVID-19 Cases Spike; Mass Arrest In Hong Kong; South Korean Judge Saying Japan Must Pay Comfort Women; Facebook Bans Donald Trump; Radical Cleric Linked To Bali Bombings Released From Prison. Aired 3-4a ET
• President Trump is Outraged by the Heinous Attack on U.S. Capitol; Dozens of Lawmakers are Calling for Trump's Removal from Office; Criminal Charges Filed Against Suspects in Capitol Unrest; CNN Tracks Global Coronavirus Cases; Israel is aiming for a total national vaccination within three months; Biden Slams Trump for Inciting Mob to Attack; U.S. Education, Transportation Secretaries Resign; U.S. Allies Express Shock, Dismay After Pro-Trump Riot; CDC: 50 percent Of Transmission Comes From Asymptomatic People; U.S. Vaccine Rollout Plugging Along, But Still Far Behind; California, Coronavirus Pandemic: Three Straight Days Of Record Death Tolls In U.S.; Dramatic Images From Capitol As Rioters Chanted "Our House!"; The Trump Presidency In Turmoil. Aired 2-3a ET
• More Than 50 Rioters Facing Criminal Charges So Far; House Democrats Considering Second Impeachment; State of Emergency in Tokyo as Cases Hit Record Levels; U.S. Allies Express Shock, Dismay after Pro-Trump Riot; Contrasts in Police Response to Capitol Riot & BLM Protests; Frustration in Europe Over Pace of Vaccine Rollout. Aired 12-1a ET
• Police Officer Die After Pro-Trump Riot at U.S. Capitol; Trump Condemns Heinous Attack on U.S. Capitol; GOP Splinters on Trump Loyalty After Capitol Siege; Democrats Urge Pence to Remove Trump VIA 25th Amendment; House Democrats Considering Second Impeachment; Contrast in Police Response to Capitol Riot and Black Lives Matter Protests. Aired 4-4:30a ET
• Pelosi Calls For 25th Amendment Or Impeachment Of Trump; Aftermath Of The Assault On The Capitol; Cabinet Resignations Continue; Devos, Chao; China Faces New Outbreak Near Beijing Just Before Lunar New Year; U.S. Breaches Yet Another COVID Record; Prosecutors Looking at Trump's Role in Inciting Riot; U.S. Allies Express Shock, Dismay after Pro-Trump Riot; Contrast in Police Response to Capitol Riot and BLM Protests; Mass Arrests in Hong Kong. Aired 1-2a ET
• Two Members of Trump's Cabinet Resign After Violence; World Reacts to Shocking Capitol Hill Riot; Powell: Capitol Riot a Total Failure of Planning; Democrats and Republicans Blame Trump for Inciting Riot; U.S. Vaccine Rollout Lagging as Americans Seek Shots; Social Platforms Act to Police Trump's Misinformation. Aired 4:30-5a ET
• Federal Murder Probe to Be Opened in Capitol Police Officer's Death; U.S. Capitol Police Officer Dies from Injuries Suffered During Siege; U.S. Capitol Police Chief Resigns Amid Criticism Over Breach of Capitol Building; Calls for Trump's Removal Grow Louder; Trump in a Video Concedes Defeat Following Capitol Hill Riot; Interview with Representative Joe Neguse (D-CO) about Possible Second Trump Impeachment. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• Pressure on Social Media to Ban Trump; Right-Wing Media Distancing from Trump; Deadliest Day of the Pandemic; Jobs Numbers for December; Biden Has No Interest in Impeachment. Aired 9:30-10a
• Charges Begin for Wednesday's Capitol Event; President-elect Biden to Administer All Vaccine Doses; President Trump Will Skip Inauguration. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• Pelosi Tells Caucus On Call That There Is More Dem Support For 2nd Impeachment Than Last Time; CNN: Longtime Trump Aide Hope Hicks Considering Resigning; Some GOP Senators Try To Distance Themselves From Trump After Riot; Biden Supports Releasing Nearly All Available COVID-19 Vaccine Doses; President Trump Tweets He Is Skipping Biden's Inauguration. Aired 12:30-1p ET
• Rep. Jackie Speier (D-CA) Discusses Impeaching Trump 2nd Time, Trump Not Attending Inauguration; New Spotlight on Trump's History of Embracing Violence; New Arrests in Domestic Terror Attack on Capitol. Cruz, Who Challenged Biden's Election, Tries to Rewrite History; Retired Capitol Hill Police Officer, Butch Jones, Calls Breech on Capitol Hill Appalling, Says Double Standard Based on Race. Aired 1:30-2p ET
• Pressure Grows for Trump's Resignation; Live Coverage as President-elect Biden Announces Cabinet Nominees; Democrats Plan Speedy Impeachment. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• Trump Has Zero Intention of Resigning, White House Advisers Say; Prosecutors Looking at All Actors Including Trump as Charges Filed Against Capitol Rioters; More Allies Abandon Trump as Pressure Grows to Resign; Fact Checking Republican's Unsubstantiated Claims that Antifa Infiltrated Capitol Riot. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• Trump Faces Second Impeachment, Says He Won't Attend Inauguration; Pelosi Calls Trump Unhinged and Should Not Have Nuclear Codes; House Dems Eye Quick Impeachment Vote by Next Week; Interview with Representative Jackie Speier (D-CA) about Second Impeachment Against Trump. Aired 1-1:30p ET
• House Democrats Eye Quick Impeachment By Next Week; Trump Talking Self-Pardon as DOJ May Consider His Riot Role; Trump Could Face Legal Recourse for Riot; Right-Wing FOX Host Refuses to Call Riots an "Insurrection"; Racial Disparities Between Capitol Riot and BLM Protests; Biden Takes Questions as Democrats Mover Closer to 2nd Trump Impeachment. Aired 2:30-3p ET
• House Democrats Eye Quick Impeachment Vote If Pence Rebuffs Attempt to Remove Trump from Office; Republicans Sources: Will Consider Voting for Second Trump Impeachment; Aides Warned Trump He'd Be Removed If He Didn't Condemn Mob & Concede. Aired 10-10:30a ET
• House Democrats Hold Call On Impeachment As Trump Confirms He Will Not Attend Biden's Inauguration; Pelosi Says She Spoke To Joint Chiefs Chairman On Preventing Trump From "Initiating Military Hostilities" Or "Ordering A Nuclear Strike"; Wall Street Journal Editorial Board: President Trump Should Resign; Acting AG Says FBI, DC Police Will "Spare No Resources" In Investigating The Capitol Police Officer's Death; Top Democrats: We Can File Impeachment Articles Next Week If Trump Doesn't Resign. Aired 12-12:30p ET
• Trump Tweets that he will not Attend Joe Biden's Inauguration; Soon: Democrats Talk Next Moves on Second Trump Impeachment; Growing Number of Admin Officials Resigning After Deadly Riot. Aired 11-11:30a ET
• Biden: "Good Thing" Trump Is Not Attending Inauguration; House Judiciary Dems To Introduce Impeachment Articles as Early as Monday, Includes "Incitement of Insurrection". Aired 3-3:30p ET
• Biden Inauguration Security Questioned After Deadly Capitol Riot; U.S. Reports 4,000 Plus Deaths in Deadliest Day of Pandemic; Federal Prosecutors Investigate Trump's Role in Inciting Capitol Siege. Aired 11:30a-12p ET


January 07, 2021
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• Trump Pressured Pence on Coup, Then Threw Him to Lions; U.S. Capitol Grounds Put Under Intensified Security a Day After Mob Breach; Interview with Representative Seth Moulton (D-MA) about the Capitol Hill Siege; Arrests Underway in Trump-Inspired Attack on Capitol. Aired 1-1:30p ET
• FBI Pushing For Arrests And Charges After Deadly Capitol Riot; 68 People Arrested Wednesday In Capitol Hill Riot; Rep. Karen Bass (D- CA 37th District) Is Interviewed About What Was Happened Yesterday In United States Capitol; Congress Certifies Biden Win After Mob Siege Of U.S. Capitol; Mob Fueled By Conspiracy Groups, Extremists, And Fringe Movements. Aired 12:30-1p ET
• More Lawmakers Call for Trump's Removal as Schumer Says He'll Fire Sergeant-at-Arms; Transportation Secretary Elaine Chao Resigns; Biden Reveals DOJ Picks after Trump-Inspired Insurrection. Aired 1:30- 2p ET
• Live Coverage as President-elect Biden Condemns Insurrection, Announces Justice Department Nominees; Merrick Garland Accepts Nomination; Rep. Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) Calls for 25th Amendment. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• Pelosi: Congress Will Impeach if 25th Amendment Not Invoked; Interview with BLM Co-Founder, Patrisse Cullors; Pelosi Calls on Capitol Police Chief to Resign; Trump & GOP Enablers Fuel Capitol Coup Attempt, Insurrection. Aired 2:30-3p ET
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• FBI Pushing For Arrests And Charges After Deadly Capitol Riot; 68 People Arrested Wednesday In Capitol Hill Riot; Rep. Karen Bass (D- CA 37th District) Is Interviewed About What Was Happened Yesterday In United States Capitol; Congress Certifies Biden Win After Mob Siege Of U.S. Capitol; Mob Fueled By Conspiracy Groups, Extremists, And Fringe Movements. Aired 12:30-1p ET
• Four Dead After Trump Incites Riot At U.S. Capitol; DC Police: 68 People Arrested Yesterday, Only One Was Local; Trump Vows Orderly Transition After Mob Siege Of U.S. Capitol; Bill Barr: Trump's Conduct Was A "Betrayal Of His Office And Supporters"; Mitt Romney: Senators Who Object To Results "Complicit" In Attacking Democracy. Aired 12- 12:30p ET


January 06, 2021


January 05, 2021
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• Britain Enters Third Lockdown; Trump Can't Get Over His Loss; Trump Wants to Reverse Election Results; COVID Cases Runs Rampant; COVID Vaccination Lags Behind; England's New National Lockdown; Scientist Worry Variant Mutations May Affect Vaccine Response; Iran Seizes South Korean-Flagged Tanker; Iran Says First Batch of 20 Percent Enriched Uranium Completed; Where is Jack Ma; Democrats on the Attack as Campaign Ends; Georgia Officials Refutes False Election Claims; Hip-hop's Hustle to Flip The Senate. Aired 3-4a ET
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• Trump Stumps For Georgia Run-Offs But Mostly Talks Up His Stolen Election; New Variant Locks England Down, Level Five; Los Angeles County Begins Rationing Medical Care; India Embarks On Colossal Vaccination Program, Experts Fear Too Quickly; Post-Holiday Surge - An American Dies Of COVID Every 33 Seconds; Trump Repeats False Fraud Claims at Campaign Rally; Trump Phone Call Could Impact Critical Races; Tehran Resumes 20 percent Uranium Enrichment, Breaching Pact; Iran Seizes South Korean Flagged Tanker; Where is Jack Ma?; Mexico's COVID Czar Takes Beach Trip amid Infection Spree. Aired 1-2a ET
• Crucial Elections to Decide Balance of Power in Senate; Trump Slams Stacey Abrams, Mocks Republican Officials; Biden: Georgia the Whole Nation is Looking to You; Trumps Phone Call Could Impact Georgia Runoffs; California Feels the Strain of New Surge in COVID-19 Cases; U.S. Struggling to Deliver on Vaccine Rollout. Aired 4-4:30a ET
• India Planning to Vaccinate 300 Million by August; U.K. First to Provide Oxford-AstraZeneca Vaccine; Iran Seizes South Korean- Flagged Tanker; FDA: Idea of Administering Half Doses of Vaccine 'Premature'. Aired 12-1a ET
• England: Tough New Lockdown After Record Surge in Cases; Iran Seizes South Korean-Flagged Tanker; Iran Says First Batch of 20 Percent Enriched Uranium Completed; Trump Spews Lies at Rally Hours Before Polls Open; Democrats in Georgia on the Attack as Campaign Ends; Atlanta's Hip-Hop Community Plays Key Role in Elections; Mexico's COVID Czar Takes Beach Trim Amid Infection Surge. Aired 4:30- 5a ET
• Hospitals Hammered by Post-Holiday COVID-19 Surge; England's New Lockdown; Trump Repeats False Claims at Georgia Campaign Rally; Republicans Indifferent to Damning Trump Call; Tehran in Breach of Nuclear Pact; Mexico Offers Political Asylum to Julian Assange; California Records over 22,000 COVID-19 Hospitalizations; Austria Extends National Lockdown; Mexico's COVID-19 Czar Takes Beach Trip amid Infection Surge. Aired 2-3a ET
• Georgia's Republican Senate Candidates Backing Trump's Effort To Overturn Election With Debunked Fraud Claims; CNN Speaks To UAE Minister Of State For Foreign Affairs; Strict Lockdown Imposed In England As Cases Surges; Doctor: It's Time To Consider Delaying Second Dose Of Vaccine; GOP Not Dismissing Their Wins On Same Ballots They Claim Are Rigged; Trump's Fortnight Farce Is Running Out Of Clock. Aired 11a-12p ET


January 04, 2021
• Trump Tells Georgia Officials to 'Find' Votes to Sway Election; Trump's Call Comes Before Pivotal Senate Election; Some members of Congress Plan to Object to Election Results; California Reports 45,300+ New Cases of COVID-19; Trump's Actions Might Hurt Republicans in Crucial Election; India Approves Two Vaccines for Emergency Use. Aired 12-12:45a ET
• President Trump's Bombshell Prior Leaving White House; Democrats Use Trump's Call as Boomerang; GOP Candidates in Tough Position; Vaccination Program Lags Behind Schedule; President Trump is Resorting to Desperate Measures to Try to Overturn the Election Results in a Remarkable Hour-long Phone Call; United Kingdom Rolls Out New COVID Vaccine; Coronavirus Pandemic is Pushing the Health Care System to the Brink. Aired 3-4a ET
• President Trump Calls Georgia Official to Flip the Election Results; Slow Vaccine Rollout in the U.S.; Trump Claims Coronavirus Death Toll Fake News; Trump Tells Georgia Officials To Find Votes To Sway Election; Trump Threatens Georgia Officials, Tells Them To Find Votes To Tilt 2020 Election In Stunning Phone Call; Former Defense Secretaries: The Election Is Over. Aired 2-3a ET
• Trump's Call To Raffensperger: "Find Me 11,780 Votes"; Trump Attempts To Coerce Raffensperger To Change Georgia Election Results; Vaccine Call-In System In Houston Crashes On First Day; Trump Denies Record High Hospital Admissions As Fake News. Trump Continues to Throw Republican Party into Chaos; U.K. Reopens Field Hospitals to Cope with Surge in Cases; India's Coronavirus Vaccination Plan; Israel Vaccination Campaign Exceeding Larger Countries. Aired 1-2a ET
• Trump Tells Georgia Officials to "Find" Votes to Sway Election; Trump's Actions Might Hurt Republicans in Georgia Runoffs; Former Defense Secretaries: The Election is Over; U.K. Begins Oxford/AstraZeneca Vaccine Rollout. Aired 4-4:30a ET
• Trump Tells Georgia Officials to "Find" Votes to Sway Election; Bipartisan Condemnation for Trump Phone Call; Pelosi Says Defeating COVID-19 is Most Urgent Priority; Concern New Variants Could Impact Vaccine Efficacy; ICU Nurse Receives Threats for COVID Warning; WikiLeaks Founder Faces Ruling on Extradition to U.S. Aired 4:30-5a ET
• Trump Tries To Bully GA Officials To Overturn Election In Call He Pushed For Weeks To Have, Division Grows In Republicans Party Over Electoral College Challenge; Trump, Biden In GA Today Ahead Of Critical Senate Runoff Elections. Aired 10-10:30aET
• Incoming and Outgoing Presidents Campaign in Georgia; House Republicans Expected to Continue Wednesday's Objection; Interview with New Jersey Nurse Maritza Beniquez. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• Pfizer Second Doses Begin Today; Cutting Moderna Doses in Half; Georgia's Senate Runoff Election; Critical Georgia Runoff Election; Vaccine Distribution Lags. Aired 9:30-10a
• Georgia Election Official Debunks Trump Election Conspiracies; Leaked Trump Audiotape. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• GOP Becomes Trump's Co-Conspirators for "Humoring" Him; Biden, Trump Campaign in Georgia Ahead of Vote to Decide Senate; GOP Nervous Over Trump Campaigning in Georgia Today; Hospitals Overflowing in California in "Dire" COVID Surge. Aired 1:30-2p ET
• Trump Demands Georgia Officials to Find Votes to Overturn Election; Trump Capitol Hill Allies Mostly Silently Over Georgia Call; Ten Former Defense Secretaries Condemn Bid to Overturn Election; Trump Quizzes Georgia's Secretary of State to Find Missing Votes; Division Grows in Republican Party Over Electoral College Challenge. Aired 9- 9:30a ET
• Trump's Push to Overturn Election Results reaches new low; Trump Demands Georgia Officials "Vine" Votes to Overturn Results; 4.2 Million Vaccinated in U.S., Far Below White House Promise of 20 Million. Aired 11-11:30a ET
• Georgia Election Officials Debunk Trump Conspiracies; Officials Say Not a Bit of Truth to Trump's Claims That Voting Machines Were Tampered With; U.S. Considers Cutting Moderna Vaccine Doses in Half to Speed Up Rollout. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• Biden & Trump Campaign in Georgia Ahead of Vote to Decide Senate; GOP Officials Concerned about Trump's Runoff Eve Visit; Peter Wehner, Former Bush Senior Advisor, Discusses Signs of "Weak and Rotten Republican Party" & Where GOP Goes in Post-Trump Era"; Trump's Call to Georgia Election Officials Compared to Watergate. Aired 2:30- 3p ET
• Trump Continues to Challenge Election Results, A Phone Call Between Trump and Georgia Officials About Fraud, Coronavirus Vaccinations Falling Short. Aired 1-1:30p ET
• Audio: Trump Tries To Bully GA Official Into Subverting 2020 Election; Source: White House Attempted To Phone GA Secretary Of State's Office 18 Times; Senator Collins On Trump's GA Call: The Election In Georgia And All The States Is Over, It Is Too Late To Find Votes; Trump & Biden Head To Georgia For Final Senate Runoffs Push. Aired 12-12:30p ET
• More Than 4.2 Million Vaccinated In U.S. So Far, Well Short Of 20 Million Promised By Government; Rep. Cheney Says She Opposes Objecting To Electoral College Count; Trump Repeats Multiple Conspiracies In Call With GA Secy Of State. Aired 12:30-1p ET
• GOP Lawmakers Set To Challenge Electoral College Vote On Wednesday; California Hospitals Stretched Thin As COVID Cases Surge; Today: Trump And Biden Campaign In GA Before Runoff Elections. Aired 11:30a-12p ET
• Georgia Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger to Hold Press Conference; Conservative Media Continues to Cover Trump Differently; COVID-19 Vaccine Distribution Remains Slow. Aired 2-2:30p ET


January 03, 2021
• Appeals Court Dismisses Gohmert's Suit Against Pence; Republican Senators Plan To Oppose Certification Of Biden's Win; L.A. County Reporting One COVID-19 Death Every 10 Minutes; How COVID-19 Can Prepare Us For The Next Pandemic; India Approves Two Vaccines For Emergency Use; Florida's County-Led Vaccine Plan Causes Confusion; U.S.-Iran Tensions One Year After Soleimani Killing; Life Gradually Returns To Normal In Wuhan. Aired 2-3a ET
• U.K. To Reactivate Emergency Field Hospitals; U.K.'s NHS To Roll Out Oxford AstraZeneca Vaccine On Monday; Broadcasting Legend Larry King Hospitalized With COVID-19; Republican Senators Plan To Oppose Certification Of Biden's Win; Georgia Runoff To Determine Party Controlling Senate; Appeals Court Dismisses Gohmert's Suit Against Pence; U.S.-Iran Tensions One Year After Soleimani Killing. Aired 3-4a ET
• U.S. Military Helping L.A. Hospitals Revamp Oxygen Systems; U.K. To Reactivate Emergency Field Hospitals; U.K.'s NHS Rolls Out Oxford AstraZeneca Vaccine On Monday; U.S.-Iran Tensions One Year After Soleimani Killing; Republican Senators Plan To Oppose Certification Of Biden's Win; Georgia Runoff To Determine Party Controlling Senate; L.A. County Reporting One COVID-19 Death Every 10 Minutes; Child Marriage Survivor's Sister Killed After Leaving Forced Marriage. Aired 4-5a ET
• U.S. Military Helping L.A. Hospitals Revamp Oxygen Systems; U.K. To Reactivate Emergency Field Hospitals; U.K.'s NHS Rolls Out Oxford AstraZeneca Vaccine On Monday; Broadcasting Legend Larry King Hospitalized With COVID-19; Republican Senators Plan To Oppose Certification Of Biden's Win; Appeals Court Dismisses Gohmert's Suit Against Pence; Georgia Runoff To Determine Party Controlling Senate; Calls For White House To Step Up Over Slow Vaccine Rollout; L.A. County Reporting One COVID-19 Death Every 10 Minutes. Aired 5-6a ET
• Leaked Audio Of Trump Threatening Georgia Secretary Of State To Overturn Election Results; Ten Former Secretary Of Defense Disavow Military Involvement In Election Dispute; GOP Senators And Congressman Plan To Object Certifying Joe Biden; Nancy Pelosi Reelected As Speaker Of The House. Aired 5-6p ET
• WaPo Releases Audio Of Trump Demanding Georgia Officials Find Votes To Tilt Election; 117th Congress Being Sworn In Today; Donald Trump Calls U.S. Death Toll Of 350,000 Fake News As Families Mourn. Aired 3-4p ET
• Trump Spews Lies And Misinformation In Call With Georgia Secretary Of State; Interview With Sen. Chris Van Hollen (D-MD); Jimmy Carter, Rock And Roll President. Aired 8-9p ET
• Trump Makes Desperate Call To Georgia Officials To Overturn 2020 Election; Trump Demands Georgia Officials Find Him Votes To Tilt Election; Interview With Rep. Adam Kinzinger (R-IL). Aired 7-8p ET
• In a Stunning Phone Call Trump Threatens Georgia Secretary of State to Tilt Election; Trump Demands Georgia Officials to Tilt Election by Finding Him Votes. Aired 6-7p ET
• Washington Post: Audio Shows Trump Demanding Georgia Officials "Find" Votes to Tilt Election; WAPO: Audio Shows Trump Demanding Georgia Officials "Find" Votes to Tilt Election. Aired 2-3p ET
• Interview with Representative Sheila Jackson Lee (D-TX) about Trump Georgia Phone Call; Trump's Phone Call with Georgia Officials Could Impact the State's Senate Runoffs; Trump Threatens Georgia Officials, Demanding to Find Votes; Interview with Representative Sheila Jackson Lee (D-TX) about Trump Georgia Phone Call. Aired 4-5p ET


January 02, 2021
• Judge Dismisses Lawsuit by Congressman Louie Gohmert to Force Vice President Pence to Overturn Presidential Election Results; Republicans in Congress May Delay Election of President-Elect Joe Biden with Objections to Electors During Certification Process; Coronavirus Cases Rising in States Across U.S.; New Coronavirus Variant Possibly Originating in U.K. Found in U.S.; Campaigning Continues in Georgia for U.S. Senate Runoff Races; Interview with Former National Security Adviser Lieutenant General H.R. McMaster on U.S. Policy Towards Iran; Announcement of Availability of Coronavirus Vaccine for Those Over 65 in Florida on First Come, First Serve Basis Causes Long Wait Lines. Aired 10-11a ET
• Slow Start Hinders U.S. COVID-19 Vaccine Rollout; British Prime Minister Predicts Return to Normal by April; U.S. Congress Meets Wednesday to Certify Biden Victory. Aired 12-12:15a ET
• U.K. to Administer Oxford AstraZeneca Vaccine Monday; Fast- Spreading Virus Variant Cases Found Worldwide; U.S. Republican-Led Senate Overrides Trump's Veto of Defense Bill; U.S. Congress Meets Wednesday to Certify Biden Victory; Iran Plans to Enrich Uranium up to 20 Percent; ER Doctor's Family Battle Coronavirus; Companies Redefining Plastic Waste. Aired 2-3a ET
• U.K. to Administer Oxford AstraZeneca Vaccine Monday; Fast- Spreading Virus Variant Cases Found Worldwide; U.S. Republican-Led Senate Overrides Trump's Veto of Defense Bill; U.S. Congress Meets Wednesday to Certify Biden Victory. Aired 3-4a ET
• Slow Start Hinders U.S. COVID-19 Vaccine Rollout; Fast- Spreading Virus Variant Cases Found Worldwide; U.S. Congress Meets Wednesday to Certify Biden Victory; Court Throws Out Gohmert Lawsuit; Georgia Hits Daily Record of New COVID-19 Cases; Violence Spikes in Some U.S. States; Companies Redefining Plastic Waste. Aired 4-5a ET
• U.S. Eclipses 20 Million COVID-19 Cases with New Year; Slow Start Hinders U.S. COVID-19 Vaccine Rollout; U.S. Congress Meets Wednesday to Certify Biden Victory; Illegal New Year's Party in France; U.K. to Administer Oxford AstraZeneca Vaccine Monday; Wuhan Bounces Back from Pandemic's Ground Zero; Fast-Spreading Virus Variant Cases Found Worldwide; Georgia Senate Showdown; Violence Spikes in Some U.S. States. Aired 5-6a ET
• Florida's Vaccination Plan For Elderly Leads To Scramble; NYC Mayor Aims To Vaccinate One Million People In January; Georgia Voters To Decide Balance Of Power In Three Days; Trump Lashes Out After Pair Of New Defeats; U.S. Vaccination Effort Remains Woefully Behind Schedule; U.K. Emergency COVID-19 Field Hospitals Asked To Be Ready To Admit Patients. Aired 11a-12p ET
• Eleven Republicans In Senate Express Support For Senator Josh Hawley's Plan To Object To Certifying President-Elect Joe Biden; Coronavirus Cases Rising In States Across U.S.; Campaigning Continues In Georgia For U.S. Senate Runoff Races; New York City Mayor Vows To Vaccinate One Million Residents In One Month; Interview With Democratic Georgia Senate Candidate Raphael Warnock; Pace Of Coronavirus Vaccinations In U.S. Behind Schedule; Vatican Announces Vaccination Plan. Aired 2-3p ET
• Eleven GOP Senators Plan To Back Hawley's Objection To Certification Of Biden Win; Some Elderly FL Residents Wait Hours To Get Vaccinated; Pelosi & McConnell Homes Vandalized With Angry Stimulus Messages; Trump, Biden, Pence, Harris All Campaigning In Georgia On Monday; One-Millionth Vaccine Dose Administered In Israel; British Prime Minister Predicts Return To Normal By April; Secret Service Adding Former Biden Agents To New Presidential Detail. Aired 1-2p ET
• Twelve GOP Senators Now Plan To Oppose Certification Of Biden's Win; U.S. Tops 20 Million COVID-19 Cases As New Year Begins; Three- Million-Plus Early Votes Cast Ahead Of Georgia Senate Elections; GA Secretary Of State Says 20,000 GOP Voters Just Skipped Presidential Race; Officials Say L.A. County Hospitals On "Brink Of Catastrophe"; Rock-And-Roll Helped Put Jimmy Carter In White House. Aired 4-5p ET
• Twelve G.O.P. Senators Now Plan To Oppose Certification Of Biden Win; California Sets Daily Record For Coronavirus Deaths; More States Reporting Cases Of New COVID-19 Variant; Georgia Voters To Decide Senate Balance Of Power In Three Days; Lt. Gov. Geoff Duncan (R) Discusses About Trump Casting Doubt On The Senate Runoff In Georgia; Broadcasting Legend Larry King Hospitalized With COVID-19. Aired 6-7p ET
• Twelve GOP Senators Plan To Oppose Certification Of Biden's Win; U.S. Tops 20 Million COVID-19 Cases As New Year Begins; California Sets New Daily Record For Coronavirus Deaths; Three- Million-Plus Early Votes Cast Ahead Of Georgia Senate Elections; Iranian Commander: Any "Retaliation" May Come From Within U.S.; CNN: Trump Spent Over 20 Percent Of His Days In Office Visiting Golf Courses. Aired 3-4p ET
• Twelve GOP Senators Now Plan To Oppose Certification Of Biden's Win; California Sets New Daily Record For Coronavirus Deaths; New Hampshire Governor Cancels Inauguration Over Anti-Mask Protest Concerns; CDC: 4.2 Million Americans Have Received Coronavirus Vaccine So Far; Iranian Commander: Any "Retaliation" May Come From Within U.S.; Larry King Hospitalized After Contracting COVID-19; Stimulus Bill Delays Pose Financial Hardship For Workers. Aired 5-6p ET
• Dems, Cities Across U.S. Report Rise In Violence Amid Pandemic; Central Texas Food Bank Fed 380k Families This Holiday Season; 11 GOP Senators Plan To Back Hawley's Objection To Certification Of Biden's Win; US Tops 20 Million COVID-19 Cases As New Year Begins; California Starts New Year With Record COVID-19 Death Toll; COVID-19 Variant First Seen in UK detected in CO, CA & FL; Source: A Dozen GOP Senators Might Object to Biden Win Despite No Credible Evidence Suggesting Election Fraud; Georgia Voters to Decide Balance of Power in 3 Days. Aired 12-1p ET


January 01, 2021
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• World Ushers in New Year with Hope and Optimism; New Year Starts with Daunting COVID-19 Challenges; Spain, UK Form Draft Agreement on Gibraltar. Aired 3-3:30a ET
• Gov. Jared Polis (D-CO) is Interviewed about Cases of the COVID-19 Variant; Biden Optimistic about the Nation; Iran Warns of Retaliation. Aired 9:30-10a ET
• CDC Predicts Up to 424,000 U.S. Deaths By January 23; Spain, UK Form Draft Agreement on Gibraltar; U.S. Defense Officials Split Over Potential For Iranian Attack. Aired 4-4:30a ET
• Trump Remains Focused on Election Loss as Pandemic Rages; Brexit is Done, But More Negotiations Still Ahead; Pope Francis Misses New Year's Mass Due to Sciatic Pain. Aired 4:30-5a ET
• New Record, 125,300 COVID-19 Patients Hospitalized in U.S.; Two House Republicans Tell CNN They Expect At Least 140 GOP Colleagues to Vote Against Counting Electoral Votes; CDC Reports, Just 2.7 Million Americans Vaccinated So Far. Aired 10-10:30a ET
• U.S. Official Says, Iranian Maritime Forces Have Raised Readiness in Gulf; Hundreds of Children and Adults with Severe Medical Issues Receive Vaccine; GOP Sen. Lindsey Graham (R-SC) Calls for Standalone Vote on $2,000. Aired 11:30-12p ET
• New Year Begins with COVID-19 Challenges; Brexit is Done; World Ushers in New Year with Hope & Optimism; Celebrating a New Year Around the World; Virologist: Need More Research on Vaccines & Variants; W.H.O.: Variants Produce More Virus in the Body; Japan Reports 4,000+ New Cases for the First Time; What's Next for Brexit; Londoners Eagerly Bring in the New Year; Brexit is Done: The UK is Officially Out of the EU; Spain, UK Form Draft Agreement on Gibraltar; Republican Lawmakers Back Trump's Election Challenge; U.S. Defense Officials Split Over Potential for Iranian Attack; Sources: At Least 140 House Republicans Expected to Challenge Electoral College Vote Next Week; Trump Returns to Washington, Focuses on Disputing Election; Sen. Sasse Condemns Republicans' Plan to Challenge Election; Sources: Trump Demanding VP Pence Fight Harder for Him; Pence Faces Pressure as Trump Focuses on Overturning Election; Georgia Senator to Quarantine Days Ahead of Runoff; Election Day Nears for Consequential Georgia Senate Runoff; Was 2020 the Worst Year Ever?; K-Pop's BTS Celebrate New Year with Online Concert. Aired 2-2:30a ET.
• Nation Rings in New Year as Pandemic Rages Across the U.S.; Three New Cases of U.K. Variant Discovered in San Diego; Preliminary Tests Indicate First Florida Case of U.K. Variant; Capitol Hill Set for Messy Showdown to Challenge Biden's Win; Interview with Representative-elect Carlos Gimenez (R-FL) About Certification of Electoral Votes. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• U.S. Tops 20 Million COVID-19 Cases; Senate Rebukes Trump, Overrides Veto of Defense Spending Bill. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• Strong Early Voting Numbers in Georgia Put GOP on Edge; L.A. County Health Official Says Hospitals on the Brink of Catastrophe; How Music Shaped the White House. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• Fauci: U.S. Will Not Delay Second Dose of COVID Vaccines; Will the Economy Recover in 2021? Aired 1:30-2p ET
• Senate Overrides Veto of Defense Authorization Act; U.S. Eclipses 20 Million COVID Cases As We Enter a New Year. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• Three New Cases Of UK Variant Discovered In San Diego; McConnell Calls Out GOP Senator Hawley On Conference Call, But Hawley Was Not On Call; Mitt Romney: "Inexcusable" That Administration Not Develop "Comprehensive Vaccination Plans"; More States Reporting Cases Of Fast-Moving UK COVID-19 Variant; Iranian Commander: Any "Retaliation" May Come From Within United States. Aired 12-12:30p ET
• CNN: 140+ House Republicans to Vote Against Counting Electoral Votes; How Will Biden Admin Tackle the Economy? Aired 3:30-4p ET
• Nation Rings in New Year as Pandemic Rages across U.S.; More States Reporting Cases of Fast-Moving UK COVID-19 Variant; Capitol Hill Set for Messy Showdown as GOP Lawmakers Plan to Challenge Biden's Win. Aired 11-11:30a ET
• VP Pence Asks Judge to Dismiss Rep. Gohmert's Lawsuit; 3 Million+ Early Votes Cast Ahead of Tuesday's Elections. Aired 2:30-3p ET
• Coronavirus Pandemic: CDC Predicts Up to 424,000 U.S. Deaths By January 23; Trump Remains Focused on Election Loss; Spain, UK Form Draft Agreement on Gibraltar; U.S. Defense Officials Split Over Potential For Iranian Attack. Aired 5-5:30a ET
• 2020: A Year In Review; U.K. Doctors: "Grossly Unfair" To Delay Secondary Vaccinations; President Trump Tweets Support For Scheme To Reverse Election Loss. Aired 5:30-6a ET
• Georgia GOP Sen. David Perdue To Quarantine Just Days Ahead Of Runoff; U.S. Hits Grim Milestone As Coronavirus Cases Top 20 Million; S.C. Man Spends Two Months In Hospital Battling Virus; Biden Slams OMB For "Indefensible" Lack Of Cooperation. Aired 12:30-1p ET
• U.S. Hits Grim Milestone as Coronavirus Cases Top 20 Million; Vice President Pence Asks Judge to Dismiss Rep. Louie Gohmert (R-TX) Lawsuit; Iranian Commander Says, Any Retaliation may come from Within U.S. Aired 1-1:30p ET
• CNN International: World Says Goodbye To 2020; Stay-At-Home Order, Mandatory Travel Quarantine Extended In San Francisco; Iranian General Suggests Soleimani Retaliation May Come From Within U.S.; Boris Johnson Hails "Amazing Moment" For UK; UK Cuts Formal Ties With European Union; 2020 Brought Environmental Disasters At Unprecedented Rate. Aired 11-11:30a ET


December 31, 2020
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• Brexit Deal Signed And Sealed - What Will It Realistically Deliver?; U.K. Rings In New Year With Tougher New Restrictions; COVID Hospitalizations In U.S. Top 100,000 For 29th Day Running; Explosions At Yemen Airport Unclaimed By Rebel Groups; Vaccinations In Japan and China - Finally Start In Latin America. Aired 1-1:30a ET
• A New High for U.S. COVID Deaths; New Tough Restrictions in England; U.K. Deal with E.U. Becomes Law As Deadline Day Arrives; Trump Returning Early to Washington Later Today; Nashville Bombing: 911 Calls Reveal Moments Before & After Explosion. Aired 3-4a ET
• New Areas Enter Tier 4 in England; Two U.S. States Have Found U.K. Variant; U.S. to Fall Well Short of Vaccination Goal; Republicans Plan Disruption of Biden Win Certification; Trump Brief: China Offered to Pay to Kill U.S. Troops in Afghanistan; Post-Brexit U.K.-E.U. Trade Deal Becomes Law; Photographer Captures the Huan Face of COVID-19; Robots' Stellar Dance Moves Put Most Humans to Shame; Audio Tapes Show Melania Has No Interest in Press Coverage, Despite Trump's Complaints; Early Voting in Crucial Georgia Runoff Surpasses 2.5 Million. Aired 12-12:45a ET
• U.S. Sees Highest Daily Death Toll Yet; U.S. Detects Several Cases of Virus Variant; 2.8 Million Doses Give Out of 12.4 Million Available; Most of England Moves into Lockdown as Cases Soar; Republican Senator to Object to Biden's Win Certification; Trump Slams Republican Georgia Governor, Says He Should Resign; Trump to Return to Washington Ahead of Biden Win Certification. Aired 4-4:30a ET
• U.K. Authorizes Oxford AstraZeneca Vaccine; U.S. to Fall Well Short of Vaccination Goal; Republicans Plan Disruption of Biden Win Certification; New Areas Enter Tier 4 in England; Florida's Chaotic First-Come-First-Served Vaccine Rollout; Deadly Explosion Rocks Yemeni Airport Just as New Government Members Land; Georgia Senate Runoffs; California Hospitals Running Out of Space and Resources; Photographer Captures the Human Faces of COVID-19. Aired 2-3a ET
• The Coronavirus Pandemic Is Already Set To Leave A Devastating Mark On 2021; The White House Task Force Is Acknowledging Nationwide Delays In The Vaccine Rollout; Another 787,000 Americans Filed First Time Claims For Unemployment Benefits Last Week; Dr. Fauci Has Expressed Optimism That Americans Could Return To Some Sense Of Normal Life In 2021. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• Dr. Fauci Has Expressed Optimism That Americans Could Return To A Sense Of Normal Life In 2021; AstraZeneca Has Been Approved For Emergency Use In The U.K.; The New Variant Of The Coronavirus Is Hopeful To Be Stopped By The Vaccines; Huge Lines In Florida For The Seniors To Get Their Vaccine Shot. Aired 9:30-10a ET
• Officials Warn Americans to Avoid High-Risk New Year's Eve Gatherings; Sen. Mitch McConnell (R-KY) Rejects Bill to Increase Stimulus Checks to $2,000; World Ringing in New Year with Muted Celebrations as Virus Surges. Aired 10-10:30a ET
• UK Deal with EU Becomes Law as Queen Give Royal Assent; Freedom of Movement Changes for British Citizens; European Officials Formally Sign Off on Deal; Florida Elderly Face Long Waits to Get Vaccine; Building a New LaGuardia Airport. Aired 4:30-5a ET
• President Trump Heading Back To Washington To Focus On The Pandemic; Senator Bob Casey Is Interviewed About Election Laws And The Election Results; The U.S. Hits Another Grave Milestone In Deaths Due To The COVID-19 Pandemic; Fireworks Taking Place All Over The Word To Ring In The New Year. Aired 11:30a-12p ET
• Interview with Former Sen. Barbara Boxer (D-CA); Saying Goodbye to 2020. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• U.S. Setting Alarming New Pandemic Records Almost Every Day; President Trump Leaves Florida Vacation Early, Departing Before Annual New Year's Party at Mar-a-Lago; Sen. Josh Hawley Makes Clear That He is Sticking with His Intentions to Challenge the Election Results. Aired 11-11:30a ET
• U.S. Sets New High for COVID-19 Hospitalizations; Millions Have Voted Early Ahead of Tuesday's Elections; California Identifies Case of Highly infectious coronavirus variant. Aired 1-1:30p ET
• Coronavirus case numbers and deaths soaring; New strain variant spreading worldwide; Trump and base challenging election results. Aired 12-12:30 ET
• Georgia Lt. Gov.: Trump Is "Not Helping" GOP in Senate Runoff; Gov. Chris Sununu (R-NH) Discusses Cancelling Inauguration Ceremony over Armed Protests & Vaccine Distribution; South African COVID Variant May Affect Vaccine Efficacy; How COVID-19 Disrupted the Entertainment Industry. Aired 1:30-2p ET
• Vaccine Numbers Fall Short of Projections; Sen. Josh Hawley (R- MO) Will Slow Elector Count; Interview with Sen. Angus King (I-ME). Aired 2-2:30p ET
• Sen. Angus King (I-ME) Discusses GOP's Hawley Is Lone Senator So Far Who Plans to Contest Bidens Win; NYPD: Do Not Come to Times Square Tonight; 787,000 Americans File First-Time Claims for Jobless Benefits; 2020: A Year Like No Other for the Economy; Biden Inaugural Committee to Host National Memorial for COVID Victims. Aired 2:30-3p ET
• Trump Briefed on Reports Of China Targeting U.S. Forces In Afghanistan; Early Voting Total In Georgia Runoff Surpasses 2.6 Million; Florida Seniors Face Long Lines For COVID-19 Vaccine. Aired 12:30-1p ET


December 30, 2020
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• U.K. Okayed Oxford AstraZeneca Vaccine; New Vaccine Much More Affordable; Argentina Approves Abortion; Mitch McConnell Swings COVID Relief Bill; 41-Year-Old Incoming Congressman Dies Of COVID-19; Oxford-AstraZeneca COVID Vaccine Authorized in U.K.; At Least Seven Dead In Powerful Quake Hits Croatia; United States Braces For Winter Storm; Police Move To Fire Two Detectives Involved In Raid; Russia Faces Higher COVID-19 Death Toll. Aired 3-4a ET
• New Coronavirus Variant Detected In Colorado; U.S. Reels Under Daily Virus Death Tolls: Tuesday Record 3,700; At Current Pace Of Vaccination, America Will Take Ten Years To Vaccinate; U.K. Reinforces Tier Four Measures, Healthcare System Warns Public; Plea For The People's Vaccine To Reach Africa ; Biden Accuses DOD Of Stalling The Handover; Beijing Harsh Hold And Sentencing Of Young Hong Kong Activists; Concern Some Groups Trying to Skip Line for Vaccine; Years of Research Laid the Groundwork for Vaccines; At Least Seven Dead after Powerful Quake Hits Croatia; Navalny Misses Deadline to Return to Russia; A Look at British Prime Minister's Challenging Year; Prince Harry and Meghan Launch Podcast Series; Vaccine Selfies Flood Social Media. Aired 1-2a ET
• U.K. Regulator Approves Oxford-AstraZeneca COVID Vaccine; Biden Asks Americans to Wear Masks for First 100 days; Biden: Lack of Cooperation Could Hurt National Security; Top U.S. Senate Republican Blocks Vote on $2,000 Stimulus. Aired 4-4:30a ET
• British Government under Pressure to Tighten Restrictions; At Current Pace of Vaccination, America Needs 10 Years to Complete; U.S. Reels under Daily Virus Death Tolls, Tuesday a Record 3,700; Nearly 2.5 Million Ballots Cast in Georgia Senate Runoff; Beijing Sentences 10 Hong Kong Activists to Jail; Argentina's Senate to Vote on Legalizing Abortion; U.K. Parliament to Weigh in on Brexit Trade Deal Wednesday; North Korean Refugee Uses Virtual Reality to Visit Hometown; Nearly 2.5 Million Ballots Already Cast in Georgia Senate Run-offs. Aired 12-12:45a ET
• New Coronavirus Variant Detected in Colorado; Top Senate Republican Blocks Vote on $2,000 Stimulus; U.S. Reels under Daily Virus Death Tolls, Tuesday a Record 3,700; U.K. Regulators Approve Oxford AstraZeneca Vaccine; Argentina Passes Bill Legalizing Abortion; At Current Pace of Vaccination, America Needs 10 Years to Complete. Aired 2-3a ET
• The New COVID Strain Has Officially Made Its Way Into The United States; AstraZeneca's Version Of The Vaccine Is About 70 Percent Effective; President Trump Is Keeping The Pressure On Senate Republicans This Morning Pushing For $2,000 Checks In Hand; Joe Biden To Be Sworn In As President On January 20. Aired 11-11:30a ET
• U.K. Regulators Approves Oxford-AstraZeneca COVID Vaccine; Argentina's Senate Passes Bill Legalizing Abortion; Russian Death Toll May Be Much Higher Tan Official Tally; Vaccine Gives Hope to Those with Complex Medical Conditions. Aired 4:30-5a ET
• U.S. Lags in Vaccinations; Michigan Doctor Delivers Vaccines; Trump and Biden Campaign in Georgia; Bomber's Girlfriend Warned Police in 2019. Aired 9:30-10a
• President Trump's Continued Fight with Congress is Having Real Consequences for Americans Across the Country; Today President-elect Biden Announced Kathleen Hicks as His Nominee For Deputy Defense Secretary. Aired 12:30-1p ET
• First U.S. Case of U.K. Variant Confirmed in Colorado; GOP Rep- Elect Dies of COVID Complications Days Before Swearing-In; U.K. Approves Oxford-AstraZeneca COVID-19 Vaccine; McConnell Blocks Effort to Quickly Increase Direct Stimulus Payments; U.S. Lags Behind Some Other Countries in COVID-19 Vaccinations; Treasury Department Starts Sending Out $600 Stimulus Payments. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• U.S. Unemployment Checks Delayed; New Developments in Breonna Taylor and Tamir Rice Shootings; Looking Back on 2020's Pandemic. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• Operation Warp Speed Acknowledges Slow Vaccine Rollout; Interview with South Carolina Congresswoman-elect Nancy Mace (R); Nashville Police Warned About Anthony Warner in 2019. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• First U.S. Case of U.K. Variant Confirmed in Colorado, Second Case Suspected; U.K. Approves Oxford/AstraZeneca COVID-19 Vaccine; Millions Could Miss Unemployment Checks after Brief Funding Lapse. Aired 10-10:30a ET
• United States Shatters Records For COVID Deaths, Hospitalizations Tuesday; UK Approves Oxford-AstraZeneca Coronavirus Vaccine; Colorado Confirms First U.S. Case Of Coronavirus Variant; GOP Senator Josh Hawley Says He Will Object To Electoral College Certification; Frontline Medical Workers In Several States Describe Chaotic Vaccine Rollout In Their Hospitals. Aired 12-12:30p ET
• California Official: Some Hospitals Need To Prepare For Crisis Care; GOP Sen. Josh Hawley (R-MO) Says He Will Object To Electoral College Certification; School Superintendent: We're Over-Quarantining Kids Like Crazy. Aired 11:30a-12p ET
• U.S. Vaccine Rollout Behind Schedule With One Day Left In 2020; GOP Sen. Josh Hawley (R-MO) Says He Will Object Certification Of Biden's Win; U.S. Again Sets New Record For Coronavirus Hospitalizations. Aired 1-1:30p ET
• As Frontline Worker Fights Pandemic, His Dad Battles Virus In ICU; Trump, Biden, Harris All Head To Georgia To Stump In Senate Runoff; Sen. Josh Hawley Says He'll Object To Certification Of Electoral College Results; Biden Faces Pushback On Defense Secretary Pick; Millions Could Miss Unemployment Checks After Funding Lapse. Aired 1:30-2p ET
• Parenting In Coronavirus Era: Working To Keep Children Safe And Stay Sane; Policing & Justice In 2020; GA Gov. Kemp Responds To Trump Tweeting Kemp Should Resign Over Election Outcome. Aired 2:30-3p ET


December 29, 2020
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• U.K. Records Highest Daily Rise In COVID-19 Cases. Logistical Issue Delays Pfizer-BioNTech Vaccine in E.U. South Africa Imposes New Restriction As Cases Surge. Saudi Activist Sentenced To Nearly Six Years In Prison; Argentina's Senate To Debate Bill Legalizing Abortion; Nearly 40 Million Could Be Impacted By Winter Weather; New York City Prepares For New Year's Celebration; House Okayed for a Much Bigger Relief Bill; Joe Biden Slammed the Trump Administration; Russia Calling Alexei Navalny to Return Home; More Questions Still Unanswered in Nashville Bombing; U.S. Coronavirus Infections Remains High. Aired 3-4a ET
• House Votes Yes For COVID Relief, Senate Vote Due; U.S. COVID Cases: December Marks A COVID High; Biden Calls Out Key Agencies Hampering The Transition; Media Refocuses Its "Trump Lens" After Election; Republican Senators' Tough Choice On 2020's Closing Bills; Renewed Hope in First U.S. Epicenter; Spain's Vaccine Program Begins in Senior Care Homes; Emergency Vaccinations in Wuhan; Cuba to Impose Travel Restrictions Due to Rise in Cases; Saudi Rights Activist Gets Nearly Six Years in Person; China Moves to Crush Political Dissent in 2020. Aired 1-2a ET
• House Approves $2,000 Stimulus Checks, Measure Heads to Senate; U.S. Again Hits Record Number of Hospitalizations; Trump Suffers Rebuke When 100-Plus House Republicans Vote to Override His Veto. Aired 10-10:30a ET
• U.S. Sets New Record for Air Travel During Pandemic; At Least 2.1 Million Vaccine Doses Administered in U.S.; Argentina's Senate to Debate Bill Legalizing Abortion; Police Release New Body Cam Video of Nashville Bombing. Aired 12-1a ET
• Biden Accuses Trump Appointees of Obstructing Transition; Sen. Kelly Loeffler (R-GA), Sen. David Perdue (R-GA) Support Trump's Push for $2,000 Stimulus Checks; Documents Show Columbus Officer Who Fatally Shot Andrew Hill Shouted About Gun before Firing. Aired 11:30a-12p ET
• Logistical Issue Delays Pfizer-BioNTech Vaccine in EU; U.K. Records Highest Daily Rise in COVID-19 Cases; U.K. Could Authorize Oxford-AstraZeneca Vaccine in Days; Cuba to Impose Travel Restrictions Due to Rise in Cases; Trump to Hold Rally in Georgia Before Runoff Elections; Churches Playing a Key Role in Pivotal Runoff Election; Returning to the Epicenter of the First U.S. Coronavirus Outbreak. Aired 4:30-5a ET
• At Least 2.1 Million Vaccine Doses Administered in U.S.; U.S. Reports December Has Highest Monthly Death Toll; Investigators Identify Nashville Bomber; U.S. Troops in South Korea Receive Vaccine; Russia Threatens to Jail Opposition Leader Alexei Navalny; Churches Play a Pivotal Role in Georgia Runoff; "New York Post" to Trump, "Stop the Insanity". Aired 2-3a ET
• Increase in Vaccinations Next Month; Concern Over Variant Detected Overseas; Georgia Runoff Politics; A Look at 2020 in Entertainment. Aired 9:30-10a ET
• All Up to Sen. Mitch McConnell (R-KY) and Senate Now on $2,000 Checks, Defense Bill; Operation Warp Speed to Miss Self-Imposed Vaccine Goal; House Approves $2,000 Relief Checks, Overrides Trump's Veto of Defense Spending Bill. Aired 1-1:30p ET
• House Approves $2,000 Stimulus Checks, Measure Heads to Senate; U.S. Again Hits Record Number of Hospitalizations; Source: Biden Considering Cuts to U.S. Nuclear Modernization Program; Biden: Pentagon and White House Putting Up Road Blocks for Transition. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• VP-Elect Harris Receives First Dose of COVID-19 Vaccine; Fauci: U.S. is "Below Where We Want To Be" On COVID Vaccinations; Only 2.1 Million Vaccines Administered So Far, Well Below Prediction; WI Official: 500 Moderna Vaccine Doses Discarded at Medical Center Due to a Storage Error; U.S. to Fall Short of Goal for 20 Million Vaccinations By Jan.; Cases Rising in England Despite Lockdowns as New COVID Strain Spreads Across U.K.; Higher Relief Checks, Defense Bill Now in Senate's Hands; Senate Faces Critical Votes on Relief Checks, Trump Veto Override; President Faces First Veto Override Weeks Before Leaving Office; Trump Lashes Out at Republicans After Vote to Override Veto; GOP-Led Senate Under Pressure to Vote on $2,000 Stimulus Checks; GOP Rep: "I Do Worry" About Potential Violence on Day Congress Certifies Electoral College Count; Biden Accuses Trump Appointees of Obstructing Transition. Aired 11-11:30a ET.
• Kirkland's Life Care Center Receives COVID-19 Vaccine; Nashville Investigation Likely to Take Months; Live Coverage as Kamala Harris Receives COVID-19 Vaccine. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• Senate Faces Critical Votes On Relief Checks, Trump Veto Override; Fauci: U.S. Is "Below Where We Want To Be" On COVID Vaccinations; Source: Biden Weighing Cuts To U.S. Nuclear Modernization Program. Aired 12:30-1p ET
• Rep. Tim Ryan (D-OH) Discusses House Passing $2000 Relief Checks to Americans, Senate Political Maneuvering Begins & Biden to Call Out Trump Admin on Pace of Vaccine Distribution; California Doctors Concerned They May Have to Begin Rationing Care; Georgia's GOP Senators Support $2,000 Relief Checks; Update on Coronavirus Responses Around the World. Aired 1:30-2p ET
• U.S. House Votes to Increase Stimulus Checks to $2,000; U.S. House Votes to Override Trump's Veto of Defense Bill; Biden Says Defense Department Obstructing Transition Efforts; U.S. Sets New Record for Air Travel During Pandemic; Wen: Vaccine Rollout Could Take Longer Than Expected; Investigators Name Suspect, Struggle to Find Motive; Russia Threatens to Jail Opposition Leader Navalny. Aired 4- 4:30a ET
• President Lashes Out At "Pathetic" GOP Leaders, Calls For "New & Energetic Republican Leadership"; Mitch McConnell: Will Vote Tomorrow On Defense Funding Bill; Chuck Schumer: "We Should Not Adjourn" Before Voting On $2,000 Checks; Chuck Schumer: "$600 Is Not Enough" To Help Families Through Pandemic; Senate Faces Critical Votes On Relief Checks, Trump Veto Override. Aired 12-12:30p ET
• Operation Warp Speed to Miss Self-Imposed Vaccine Goal; New U.K. COVID Variant Spreads to 2 Dozen Countries and Hong Kong; Emily Oster, Brown University Economics Professor, Discusses Why Children Are Safer in Class & Why Schools Should Rethink Quarantine Policies; 2020 Brought Unprecedented Challenges to Sports World; Police Release New Documents in Shooting Death of Andre Hill. Aired 2:30-3p ET
• Interview with Sen. Ed Markey (D-MA); Military to Deploy to California; Biden Transition Team Plans Changes. Aired 2-2:30p ET


December 28, 2020
• Did Not Air 3-4p ET
• Trump Signs COVID-19 Relief and Government Funding Bill; California Hospitals Rapidly Running Out of Room; Trump Complicates Perdue, Loeffler Campaigns; Authorities Identify Nashville RV Bomber; European Union Begins Massive Vaccination Drive; Japan Banning Entry to Foreign Nationals after Finding Cases of COVID-19 Variant; Biden Team Prepares for Security, Foreign Policy Challenges. Aired 12-1a ET
• Trump Signs COVID Relief Bill; U.S. Tops The World With COVID Cases, Almost Double Those Of India; December Worst Month On Record For COVID; 63,500 Deaths; Nashville Bombing Investigation Continues, Motive Still Unknown; Spain Begins First Vaccinations for COVID-19; Japan Bans Foreign Nationals from Entering Country; The Struggle to Get Americans to Stop Taking Risks; Revisiting British Grandfather Who Won Global Fame. Aired 1-2a ET
• Americans to Get Their Checks in January; COVID Affects All Walks of Life; E.U. Vaccinating Millions in Their Population; Beirut Starting from Scratch; Trump Signs $900 Billion COVID Relief Bill; Lone Bomber Blasted RV in Nashville; U.S. to Brace for More Coronavirus Cases; California in Dire Need of Hospital Beds; Chinese Journalist Sentenced for Doing Her Job. Aired 3-4a ET
• President Trump Finally Signs Stimulus Bill; U.S. Surpasses 19 Million COVID-19 Cases; Authorities Identify Nashville Bomber; Chinese Journalist Sentenced To Four Years For Wuhan Reporting; European Launches Mass Vaccination Program As Countries Race To Contain New Variant; Spain Begins First Vaccination For COVID-19; Perdue, Loeffler Praise Trump For Signing COVID Aid; Democrats Warnock & Ossoff Focusing On COVID Aid; California Hospitals Rapidly Running Out Of Room. Aired 2-3a ET
• Novavax Has Started Phase Three Clinical Trials Of Its COVID-19 Vaccine; The Government Shutdown Is Averted; December Is Now The Deadliest Month In This Pandemic With More Than 63,000 Americans Dead; Millions Of Americans Unemployment Lapsed Over The Weekend. Aired 9- 9:30a ET
• Trump Signs COVID-19 Relief and Government Funding Bill; Democrats Warnock and Ossoff Raise $100 Million+ Each for Runoffs in Georgia; Authorities Identify Nashville Bomber as Anthony Warner; Fauci Says U.S. Could See Post-Holiday Surge in Cases; Chines Journalist Sentenced to 4 Years in Jail; Israel Ramps Up Vaccinations as Third Lockdown Begins. Aired 4-4:30a ET
• Trump Signs Massive Bill Only after Some Benefits Lapse; Novavax Begins Phase Three Clinical Trial for Vaccine in U.S. and Mexico. Aired 10-10:30a ET
• Hospitalizations Growing at an Alarming Rate; House to Vote Today on Increasing Stimulus Payments of $2,000; Sen. Marco Rubio (R- FL) Attacks Dr. Fauci, Says He Lied About Masking. Aired 11:30a-12p ET
• Nashville Bombing Information; New York Post Hits Trump; Rep. Mike Quigley (D-IL) is Interviewed about the Relief Bill and the Defense Bill; TSA Screens Millions over Christmas Weekend; Chinese Journalist Jailed. Aired 9:30-10a ET
• Trump Signs COVID-19 Relief and Government Funding Bill; Millions in U.S. Lose Jobs, Struggle to Make Ends Meet; California Hospitals Rapidly Running out of Room; European Union Launches Mass Vaccination Program; U.K. Mulls Approval of Oxford/AstraZeneca Vaccine; Working from Home the New Norm. Aired 4:30-5a ET
• President-elect Joe Biden to Speak This Afternoon; Nashville Bomber Identified As Anthony Quinn Warner; Christmas Sees Busiest Airport Travel Of Pandemic. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• Trump Backs Down, Signs COVID Relief Bill and Averts Shutdown; Unemployment Benefits Lapse for Jobless Americans After Trump Delays Bill Signing; Trump's Delay Could Prevent Americans From Receiving Aid This Week; House to Vote Today on Boosting Direct Payments to $2000; Americans Will Receive Second Stimulus Check of $600; Officials Identify Nashville Bomber, Focus Turns to Motive; Hospitals Brace for Post-Holiday Surge; At Least 8 Patients Treated at Nashville Hospitals After Bombing; Nashville Officer Gets Emotional Describing Moments After Bombing; Small Businesses Reeling From Damage After Nashville Bombing; December the Deadliest Month in U.S. for COVID; TSA: 1.3 Million People Passed Through Airports Sunday; Nearly Two Million Vaccines Administered So Far in U.S.; Hospitalizations Growing at an Alarming Rate. Aired 11-11:30a ET.
• Investigators Looking at "All Possible Motives" in R.V. Explosion; Blast Damages Businesses, Homes in Downtown Nashville; COVID Relief Bill Extends Aid to Struggling Americans; Vaccines Arrive at Washington State Nursing Home That Had 1st Deadly Outbreak; Update on Coronavirus Responses from Around the World. Aired 1:30-2p ET
• California Hospital Now the "Epicenter of the Epicenter"; TV Host Marcus Lemonis Discusses Helping Businesses in Nashville after Blast; A Look Back at Biggest Moments in 2020; Next Hour, Biden Will Speak on Foreign Policy, National Security Challenges & Filling Cabinet Positions. Aired 2:30-3p ET
• President Trump Signs Stimulus Bill; COVID-19 Vaccines Behind Schedule; Interview with L.A. Hospital CEO Elaine Batchlor. Aired 2- 2:30p ET
• Trump Backs Down, Signs COVID Relief Bill And Averts Shutdown; House To Vote Today On Boosting Direct Payments To $2,000; House Expected To Vote On Overriding Trump Veto Of Defense Bill; Officials Identify Nashville Bomber, Focus Turns To Motive; TSA: 1.3 Million People Passed Through Airports Sunday. Aired 12-12:30p ET
• Giroir: 15 Million Vaccine Doses Delivered By End Of The Week; Unemployment Benefits Lapse For Jobless Americans After Trump Delays Bill Signing; Today: Biden Addresses Natl. Security, Foreign Policy Challenges. Aired 12:30-1p ET
• Crisis Averted, Trump Caves and Signs COVID Relief Bill; TSA Says, U.S. Air Travel was Highest of the Pandemic; Investigators Looking at All Possible Motives in R.V. Explosion. Aired 1-1:30p ET


December 27, 2020
• Trump Doesn't Sign COVID Relief Bill; Investigators Say Nashville Blast Likely a Suicide Bombing; California Medical Professionals Working to Exhaustion; One in 1,000 Americans Have Died from COVID-19; Some Nations Start Vaccinations before E.U. Rollout; Tel Aviv Hospital Celebrates Arrival of Vaccine; Georgia's GOP Candidates in Tough Spot over Stimulus; Trump Admin Makes Final Push to Finish U.S.-Mexico Border Wall. Aired 2-3a ET
• Trump Doesn't Sign COVID Relief Bill; Georgia's GOP Candidates in Tough Spot over Stimulus; U.S. Enacts Targeted Restrictions to Avoid Closures; Some Nations Start Vaccinations before E.U. Rollout; Investigators Say Nashville Blast Likely a Suicide Bombing; California Medical Professionals Working to Exhaustion; One in 1,000 Americans Have Died from COVID-19. Aired 3-4a ET
• Trump Doesn't Sign COVID Relief Bill; Georgia's GOP Candidates in Tough Spot over Stimulus; Some Nations Start Vaccinations before E.U. Rollout; Japan Implements Travel Ban; Investigators Say Nashville Blast Likely a Suicide Bombing; California Medical Professionals Working to Exhaustion; Black Doctor Dies after Alleging Racist Treatment; German Ex-Royals Sue Government to Reclaim Riches. Aired 4- 5a ET
• Trump Refuses To Sign COVID Relief Bill; Georgia's GOP Candidates In Tough Spot Over Stimulus; Investigators Say Nashville Blast Likely A Suicide Bombing; California Medical Professionals Working To Exhaustion; Some Nations Start Vaccinations Before E.U. Rollout; Tel Aviv Hospital Celebrates Arrival Of Vaccine; Black Doctor Dies After Alleging Racist Treatment. Aired 5-6a ET
• Police Identify Person Of Interest In Nashville Explosion; Interview With Rep. Sheila Jackson Lee (D-TX); Box Truck Under Investigation After R.V. Explosion In Nashville. Aired 3-4p ET
• Authorities Identify The Nashville Bomber; President Trump Refuses To Sign Relief Bill; Health Authorities Warn Of Surge Upon Surge Of New Infections Of COVID-19 After December; A Year In Sports Reported By Andy Scholes. Aired 5-6p ET
• Police Identify Person Of Interest In Nashville Explosion; Unemployment Benefits Expiring As Trump Delays COVID Relief; U.S. Surpasses 19 Million COVID-19 Cases; E.U. Rolls Out Mass Vaccination Plan; Black Doctor Dies Of COVID After Alleging Racist Treatment; Coronavirus Pandemic Has Killed 1.76 Million Worldwide This Year. Aired 2-3p ET
• Box Truck Under Investigation After RV Explosion In Nashville; Trump Still Has Not Signed COVID Relief Bill; Small Business Owner Struggling To Stay Afloat Due To COVID-19; Tennessee In Midst Of COVID-19 Surge; E.U. Rolls Out Vaccination Program; Georgia Voters Set To Decide Senate Control. Aired 4-5p ET
• Police Name Nashville Bombing Suspect, Motive Not Yet Known; Trump Relief Bill Signing Canceled At Last Minute On Christmas Eve; California Hospital Forced To Construct Outdoor Surge Tents; Indications Trump Could Sign COVID Relief Bill Tonight. Aired 6-7p ET
• President Trump May Sign COVID Relief Bill Tonight; Interview With Rep. Markwayne Mullin (R-OK) About COVID Relief Bill; Authorities Have Identified A Person Of Interest In Nashville Explosion; Interview With Dr. Anthony Fauci On Post-Seasonal COVID-19 Surge; CDC Reports 1.9 Million Vaccine Doses Administered In U.S. So Far. Aired 7-8p ET
• Trump Has Signed COVID Relief Bill; Interview with Representative Adam Smith (D-WA) about Trump Signing the COVID Relief Bill; Interview with Representative Tom Reed (R-NY) and Representative Josh Gottheimer (D-NJ) about Trump Signing COVID-19 Relief Bill; Nashville Police Release Video of Christmas Day Explosion. Aired 8-9p ET
• Interview with Congresswoman Eleanor Holmes Norton, Congressional Delegate Representing Washington, D.C; 19 Million COVID- 19 Cases Reported in the US. Aired 1-2p ET


December 26, 2020
• Possible Human Remains Found at Blast Site of Van that Exploded in Nashville, Tennessee, on Christmas Day; Authorities Exploring Possibility Van Explosion in Nashville Linked to Terrorism; Travel Restrictions Increased as New Variant of Coronavirus Found in U.K.; President Trump Still Not Signed Economic Relief Bill Passed by Congress; President Trump Issues Numerous Pardons which Draw Controversy; ICU Bed Capacity in Parts of Southern California Reaches Zero Percent Due to Coronavirus Case Surge; Europe to Begin Distribution of Pfizer Coronavirus Vaccine. Aired 10-11a ET
• Downtown Nashville Sealed Off after Intentional Explosion; Japan Bans Foreign Nationals after Recording Cases of COVID-19 Variant. Aired 12-12:15a ET
• Downtown Nashville Sealed Off after Intentional Explosion; U.S. in Holiday Season amid Worsening Pandemic; Concerns about the U.K. Coronavirus Variant; Possible Human Remains Found near Nashville Blast Site; Pfizer BioNTech Vaccine Distributed across the E.U.; Travelers from South Africa Face Additional Virus Test in South Korea. Aired 2- 3a ET
• Downtown Nashville Sealed Off after Intentional Explosion; France Discovers First Case of New COVID-19 Variant; Dr. Fauci Increases Estimate for Reaching Herd Immunity; Japan Bans Foreign Nationals after Recording Cases of COVID-19 Variant; Millions of Americans in Danger of Losing Key Benefits; Iconic Atlanta Restaurant Gets a Boost from Supporters; Millions Impacted by Severe Weather Christmas Day. Aired 3-3:45a ET
• Downtown Nashville Sealed Off After Intentional Explosion; U.S. In Holiday Season Amid Worsening Pandemic; U.S. To Require COVID Test From U.K. Travelers; Pfizer BioNTech Vaccine Distributed Across The E.U.; Millions Of Americans In Danger Of Losing Key Benefits; Blackwater Pardon Backlash. Aired 4-5a ET
• U.S. In Holiday Season Amid Worsening Pandemic; Downtown Nashville Sealed Off After Intentional Explosion; Possible Human Remains Found Near Nashville Blast Site; Millions Of Americans In Danger Of Losing Key Benefits; Japan Bans Foreign Nationals After Recording Cases Of New COVID-19 Variant; Travelers From South Africa Face Additional Virus Test In South Korea; Millions Impacted By Severe Weather Christmas Day. Aired 5-6a ET
• Officials Hold Press Briefing On Van Explosion Near AT&T Building In Nashville, Tennessee; FBI Working With Local Authorities To Find Evidence Related To Van Explosion In Nashville; President Trump Has Not Yet Commented On Van Explosion In Nashville; CDC Reporting U.S. So Far Administered Nearly Two Million Coronavirus Vaccine Doses As Cases Continue To Rise In States Such As California; President Trump's Tweet Questioning Effectiveness Of Lockdowns Draws Criticism; Donations To Salvation Army Down As Millions Of Americans Suffer In Economic Downturn. Aired 2-3p ET
• Dysfunction In D.C.; Interview With Rep. Don Beyer (D-VA); Nashville Explosion; Health Officials Brace For COVID Surge After Holidays; Trump Ignores Multiple Crises, Focuses On Election Loss; Biden Hasn't Announced Nominees For Key Cabinet Positions; COVID-19 Batters The Sports World; 2020 Highs And Lows In Washington Politics. Aired 11a-12p ET
• Downtown Nashville Sealed Off After "Intentional" Explosion; Eyewitness Describes Scene On Nashville Street; Soon: Authorities To Give Blast Investigation Update; Health Officials Brace For COVID Surge After Holidays; France & Spain Confirm Cases Of New Coronavirus Variant; Four Former Blackwater Contractors Pardoned For 2007 Baghdad Massacre; Study: Grocery Store Workers Face Higher Risk Of Infection. Aired 12-1p ET
• Interview With Rep. Vicente Gonzalez (D-TX); Downtown Nashville Sealed Off After Intentional Explosion; Tennessee Governor Requests Emergency Declaration From Trump; Biden Calls On Trump To Sign $990B COVID-19 Relief Bill; Official: One COVID-19 Death Every 10 Minutes In L.A. County; COVID-19 Hits Nursing Homes Hard; Trump Administration Makes Final Push To Finish U.S.-Mexico Border Wall; Black Doctor's Death Highlights Systemic Inequalities In Health Care. Aired 1-2p ET
• Sources: Possible Human Remains Found Near Explosion Site In Nashville; Unemployment Money For Millions Runs Out As Trump Refuses To Sign Relief Bill; Trump Pardons Friends, Allies, Convicted Mercenaries; Trump Breaks With GOP-led Senate And Vetoes $740B Defense Bill; Health Officials Brace For COVID Surge After Holidays; CDC To Require Negative Test For All Passengers Traveling To U.S. From U.K.; South California Grappling With Rocketing Hospitalizations And Deaths. Aired 9-10a ET
• FBI: No Sign Of More Explosive Threats In Nashville; Millions Of Americans Face Imminent Loss Of Key Benefits If Trump Doesn't Sign COVID Relief Bill; CDC Reports 1.9 Million Vaccine Doses Administered In U.S.; Record Cash Pours Into Georgia's Two Senate Runoff Races; Answering Viewers' Legal Questions in CNN's "Cross Exam"; Houston Hospital Struggles To Manage Rising Wave Of COVID Patients. Aired 3-4p ET
• Millions Of Americans Face Imminent Loss Of Key Benefits If Trump Doesn't Sign COVID Relief Bill; Interview With Rep. Debbie Dingell (D-MI); FBI "Turning Over Every Stoner" To Find Explosion Suspects; Three Injured, Dozens Of Buildings Damaged In Nashville Explosion; Over Nine Million Doses Of Coronavirus Vaccine Have Been Delivered Across The U.S.; Vulnerable Communities Face Challenges Getting Vaccine. Aired 4-5p ET
• Investigators Say, Nashville Blast Likely A Suicide Bombing; One In 1,000 Americans Have Died From COVID-19; Trump Attacks Lockdowns In Democratic-Run States; Trump Pardons Controversial Figures This Week; Russia Shifts Blame For Massive Cyberattack; 2020: A Year Like No Other For The Economy. Aired 5-6p ET
• Twelve-Million-Plus Will Lose Unemployment Benefits If Trump Doesn't Sign Relief Bill; Investigators Say Nashville Blast Likely A Suicide Bombing; Interview With Rep. Denver Riggleman (R-VA); Faster- Spreading COVID-19 Variant Originated In The U.K., Now Appearing In Other Countries; Trump's Controversial Pardons List Expected To Grow; Iconic Chicago Deli Innovates Ways To Survive Amid Uncertainty; European Union Hopes To Start Vaccinations This Weekend. Aired 6-7p ET
• European Union Hopes To Start Vaccinations This Weekend; Investigators: Nashville Blast Likely A Suicide Bombing; Millions Of Americans Face Imminent Loss Of Key Benefits If Trump Doesn't Sign COVID Relief Bill; Trump Votes Defense Bill Despite Veto-Proof Majority; One In 1,000 Americans Have Died From COVID-19; Russian Police Raid Home Of Opposition Activist, Lyubov Sobol; Russia Claims Cyberattack May Be Plot To Hurt Ties With Biden. Aired 7-8p ET
• Investigators Say, Nashville Blast Likely A Suicide Bombing; Millions Of Americans Face Imminent Loss Of Key Benefits If Trump Doesn't Sign COVID Relief Bill; One In 1,000 Americans Have Died From COVID-19; Trump Admin Makes Final Push To Finish U.S.-Mexico Border Wall; Food Banks Struggle To Meet Demand Across The Country. Aired 8- 9p ET
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December 25, 2020
• World Celebrates Reinvented Christmas; U.S. COVID Relief Bill On Hold By An Unpredictable Trump; Brexit Deal Done, Reality To Follow January 1; Americans Travel Over Christmas Despite Health Advice; United States Hospitalizations; Fourth Straight Record Day. Aired 2-3a ET
• A Coronavirus Christmas; U.S. to Require Negative COVID Test for Travelers from U.K.; Trump Vacations in Florida As Americans Wait for Help; Extreme Storm Hits U.S. East Coast. Aired 4-4:30a ET
• COVID Relief and Government Funding Bill in Limbo; Several European Countries Enforcing Tight Restrictions; Several Latin American Countries Begin Vaccinations. Aired 4:30-5a ET
• US Marks Holiday Amid Surges in Cases, Hospitalizations; US to Require Negative COVID Test For Travelers From UK; More Than One Million Vaccinations Administered in US. Aired 3-4a ET
• New COVID Restrictions Imposed on U.K. Travelers; Explosion Rocks Nashville. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• Nashville P.D. Says, Significant Explosion Downtown was Intentional. Aired 10-10:30a ET
• Police: Nashville Explosion Believed To Be An "Intentional Act"; White House: Trump Briefed on Nashville Explosion; U.S. to Require Negative COVID Tests from U.K. Travelers. Aired 1:30-2p ET
• FBI Now Taking The Lead In The Nashville Blast Investigation; Rep. Brad Sherman (D-CA) Is Interviewed About COVID Relief; Trump Wields Pardon Power As Political Weapon. Aired 12:30-1p ET
• Downtown Nashville Sealed Off After "Intentional" Explosion; U.S. to Require Negative COVID Test from U.K. Travelers. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• Downtown Nashville Sealed Off After Intentional Explosion; Nation Celebrates Christmas as Pandemic Rages Across U.S.; White House Says President Trump Has Been Briefed on Nashville Explosion. Aired 11:30a-12p ET
• Downtown Nashville Sealed Off After "Intentional" Explosion; A Roller Coaster Year for Students as COVID Changes the Classroom; U.S. Reports At Least 330 Deaths from COVID on Christmas Day; Russian Opposition Activist Arrested by Authorities. Aired 2:30-3p ET
• Downtown Nashville Sealed Off After "Intentional" Explosion; White House: Trump Briefed on Nashville Explosion; U.S. to Require Negative COVID Tests from U.K. Travelers; World Celebrates a Christmas Like No Other During Pandemic. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• Nation Celebrates Christmas as Pandemic Rages Across U.S.; CDC to Require Negative COVID-19 Test for All Passengers Traveling to U.S. from UK; Millions Face Benefit Cliff as Trump Upends Stimulus Deal. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• Downtown Nashville Sealed Off After "Intentional" Explosion; Official: "Several Buildings" Damaged, at least Three people Injured; Explosion Happened as Bomb Squad Responded to Report of Suspicious Vehicle near AT&T Building. Aired 11-11:30a ET
• Blast Shook Entertainment District Early This Morning, At Least 3 People Injured; Downtown Nashville Sealed After "Intentional" Explosion; FBI Now In Charge Of Investigation Into Early-Morning Blast That Injured At Least 3; Downtown Nashville Sealed Off After "Intentional" Explosion; CDC To Require Negative COVID-19 Test For All Passengers Traveling To United States From United Kingdom; FBI Now Taking The Lead In The Nashville Blast Investigation. Aired 12-12:30p ET
• Downtown Nashville Sealed Off after Intentional Explosion. Aired 1-1:30p ET
• Downtown Nashville Sealed Off after "Intentional" Explosion; "Intentional" Explosion in Downtown Nashville Injures at least Three; Happened as Police Responded to Report Suspicious Vehicle near AT&T Building. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• Downtown Nashville Sealed Off After "Intentional" Explosion. Aired 4-4:30p ET
• Downtown Nashville Sealed Off After "Intentional" Explosion; White House: Trump Briefed on Nashville Explosion; December Break Records for Deaths, Cases, Hospitalizations. Aired 4:30-5p ET
• Hospitals Strained as Coronavirus Patients Fill ICU Beds; Rush to Finish Border Wall Intensifies as Trump Term Nears End; Nashville Police: Explosion Downtown "Intentional". Aired 9:30-10a ET
• Downtown Nashville Sealed Off After "Intentional" Explosion. RV Broadcasted Warning That Bomb Would Explode in 15 Minutes. Possible Human Remains Found Near Explosion Site; Eyewitness Describes Hearing Gunshots, Audio Warning From RV That Exploded In Nashville; U.S. To Require Negative COVID Tests From U.K. Travelers. Aired 5-6p ET
• Downtown Nashville Sealed Off after Intentional Explosion; FBI Update on Intentional Nashville Explosion; Eyewitness Describes Hearing Gunshots, Audio Warning from R.V. That Exploded in Nashville; White House: Trump Briefed on Nashville Explosion; Sources: Possible Human Remains Found Near Explosion Site. Aired 6-7p ET
• U.K. and European Union Reach Post-Brexit Trade Agreement; Stranded U.K. Trucks Slowly Moving Across French Border; Despite Warnings, U.S. Holiday Travel Breaks Pandemic Record; COVID Relief and Government Funding Bill in Limbo. Aired 12-12:30a ET
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• Downtown Nashville Sealed Off after Intentional Explosion; FBI Update on Intentional Nashville Explosion; Eyewitness Describes Hearing Gunshots, Audio Warning from R.V. That Exploded in Nashville. Aired 6-7p ET


December 24, 2020
• Did Not Air 12:30-1a ET
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• Trump Tests Loyalty and Ignores Pandemic; U.S. COVID Hospitalizations Reach Record 119,000+; Sources: UK-EU Post-Brexit Deal Imminent. Aired 4-4:30a ET
• Trump's Final Days; Unclear How Vaccines Will Work against Coronavirus Variant; Bethlehem Scales Back Christmas Celebrations. Aired 12-12:30a ET
• Sources: Post-Brexit Trade Deal Expected Today; Manafort, Stone Among 26 Pardons on Wednesday; Scaled-Back Festivities This Christmas in Bethlehem. Aired 4:30-5a ET
• The British Government Close To A Brexit Deal; Two Million Cases And Counting The Coronavirus Surging In The U.S.; Two People Arrested When A Scuffle Broke Out Between Police And Truckers In Dover; A Million Vaccines Are Expected Up Until The Middle Of January; Donald Trump Continues His Revenge Against The Russia Investigation; Many Doctors Say COVID Deaths Are Being Fueled By Thanksgiving Celebrations. Aired 2-2:30a ET
• Brexit Resolution Nears; Trump Pardons More Criminals; Bethlehem's Subdued Christmas. Aired 3-3:30a ET
• Joe Biden Saying The Pentagon Still Refuses To Brief On The Massive Hack Of Government Agencies; Packages At The Post Office Are Creating Backlogs; The U.S. Saw Its Third Highest Number Of COVID Deaths In A Single Day Yesterday. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• Trump Throws Washington into Turmoil, Vetoes Defense Bill, Upends Stimulus and Pardons Allies; CDC Says, More Than 1 Million Vaccine Doses Administered Across U.S.; TSA Says, Almost 1.2 Million People Flew Wednesday Despite Pleas from Officials to Stay Home. Aired 10-10:30a ET
• A Deal Between The United Kingdon And The European Union Has Finally Been Reached; Growing Tension Between The President-Elect's Transition Team And The Defense Department; Millions Of Americans Are Counting On This COVID Relief Deal; More Than 9 Million Doses Of The Coronavirus Vaccine Have Been Delivered Across The U.S.; The USPS Is Experiencing A Backlog With Christmas Packages. Aired 9:30-10a ET
• Nearly 1.2 Million People Flew Wednesday Despite CDC Warnings; College Student Suffers Heart Failure after Mild COVID Symptoms; Historic Volume of Mail Delaying USPS Deliveries before Christmas. Aired 11:30-12p ET
• Trump Issues Second Round of Pardons to Allies, Family Member; New Model Projects 567,000 COVID Deaths in U.S. by April 1; CNN Reports, Trump Meets with Pence before Tweeting that V.P. Should Reject Election Results. Aired 1-1:30p ET
• Pandemic Raging; Vaccine Access in Minority Communities?; Trump's Pardon Spree. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• California Surpasses 2 Million Confirmed Cases of COVID-19; NBA Fines James Harden $50K for Violating COVID Protocols; Pope Francis Holds Scaled-Back Christmas Eve Mass. Aired 1:30-2p ET
• Pope Francis Holds Scaled-Back Christmas Eve Mass; U.S. Sets Another Hospitalization Record Ahead of Christmas; Trump in Florida Golfing Today After Upending COVID Relief Bill; Dem Leader: We Are Not Going to Let Government Shut Down; Trump Upends COVID Deal, Golfs in Florida as Americans Suffer; Trump Issues Second Round of Pardons to Allies, Family Member; CDC: U.S. Tops 1 Million Vaccinations So Far; Biden Whittles Down Shortlist for Attorney General, CIA Director; With Fate of COVID Relief in Tailspin, Airlines Face Funding Threat; California Surpasses 2 Million Confirmed Cases of COVID-19; Biden Narrows Down Shortlist for Commerce & Labor Secretaries; United to Require Passengers From London's Heathrow Flying into Chicago, Newark, DC & San Francisco to Show Negative COVID Test; Sara Nelson Among Final Contenders to Lead Biden's Labor Dept; UK and European Union Reach Post-Brexit Trade Deal. Aired 2-2:30p ET.
• UK and European Union Reach Post-Brexit Trade Deal; U.S. Military Command Turns Botched Airstrike into Christmas Joke; The Top Stories that Consumed Washington, DC This Year. Aired 2:30-3p ET
• Trump Vetoes Defense Bill, Throws Relief Bill in Doubt; Vulnerable Communities Worry About Equal Access to Vaccine; Doctors Weigh Whether to Get COVID Vaccine While Pregnant. Aired 12:30-1p ET
• Trump Scrambles Georgia Senate Race with COVID Relief Demands; Mayor Calls for "Immediate Termination" of Officer Involved in Killing of Unarmed Black Man in Columbus, Ohio. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• British Prime Minister: We've Taken Back Control Of Our Destiny; European Commission President: Deal "Fair" & "Balanced"; More Than 2,000 Stranded Drivers Tested Near Port Of Dover; European Union: Both Parties Have Committed To Ensuring A Robust Level Playing Field; UK & EU Clinch Post-Brexit Deal. Aired 11a-12p ET
• GOP Forced To Decide Whether To Back Trump Or Support Defense And COVID Relief Bills; Trump Doles Out Controversial Pardons To Allies While Holding Up Critical COVID Relief, Defense Bills; CDC: More Than 1 Million Vaccine Doses Administered Across United States; United States Sets New Record For Hospitalizations, Nearing 120,000; House Set To Vote On Expanding Relief Checks To $2,000 Monday. Aired 12-12:30p ET
• Trump Vetoes Defense Bill, Throws Relief Bill in Doubt; California Surpasses 2 Million Confirmed Cases of COVID-19; 2020: A Year Like No Other for the Economy. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• Sources Indicate U.K. and E.U. Closing on Post-Brexit Trade Deal; Donald Trump Issues 26 New Pardons Including Roger Stone and Paul Manafort; Truckers Getting COVID Tests in U.K., but Process Taking Time. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• Trump Leaves D.C. without Signing or Vetoing COVID Relief Bill; House Set to Vote on Expanding Relief Checks to $2,000 Monday; Republicans Grapple with Trump's Threats to Block Relief Deal. Aired 11-11:30a ET
• CNN International: British Prime Minister: We've Taken Back Control Of Our Destiny; European Commission President: Deal "Fair" & "Balanced"; More Than 2,000 Stranded Drivers Tested Near Port Of Dover; European Union: Both Parties Have Committed To Ensuring A Robust Level Playing Field; UK & EU Clinch Post-Brexit Deal. Aired 11a-12p ET
• Brexit Deal Appears Close; Trump Issues Second Round of Pardons; UK Detects Second COVID Variant; Brexit Trade Agreement Expected in Coming Hours; Getting Even, Rewarding Loyalty, Testing Republicans; Another Round of Pardons for Russia Probe Figures; Trump Issues 26 New Pardons for Allies, Family; Massacre Survivors Slam Trump for Blackwater Guard Pardons; Will Vaccines Work Against New Virus Strains; Infection Surge Expected After Holidays; California First U.S. State to Top 2 Million COVID Cases; CDC Projects Up To 419,000 U.S. Deaths By January 16; Virus Strain Linked to South Africa Detected in UK; U.S. Orders Additional 100 Million Doses of Vaccine. Aired 1-1:30a ET.
• UK and EU Announce Brexit Trade Deal. Aired 9:50-11a ET
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December 23, 2020
• Border Reopened in England; Trump Hinted to Veto COVID Relief Bill; Trump with a Laundry List of Pardons; Joe Biden Promised More Aid to Americans; Hospitals Run Out of ICU Beds; California Hospital Struggling with Surge; U.K. Scientist New Variant May Impact Children More; WHO Calls Meeting to Discuss Virus Variant in U.K.; Congo's Rainforest and Future Pandemics; Israel's Unity Government Crumbles; Eliminating Food Waste in Japan; Santa Gets Exemption on COVID Restrictions. Aired 3-4a ET
• Republicans Surprised by Trump's Request to Change Stimulus; Trump Hints He May Not Sign COVID Relief Bill; Republican Allies, Blackwater Guards Among Those Pardoned; Angry Truckers Scuffle with Police at U.K.-France Border; Pfizer and Moderna Testing Vaccines Against Virus Variant; France's Vaccine Rollout to Begin in Care Homes. Aired 4-4:30a ET
• Trump Throws COVID Relief Bill in Doubt after Asking for Changes; Trump Signals He may Veto Newly-Passed Relief Bill; Nearly 1 Million People Flew Tuesday Despite CDC Warnings. Aired 10-10:30a ET
• France Unblocks Border But Requires COVID Testing; Trump's Late Weigh In On Stimulus Package; Hospitals Wrenched By COVID; Overwhelmed, Understaffed; Presidential Pardon List - Unworthy Candidates; In Low Income Neighborhoods, You Have To Work In Order To Eat; Latin America Awaits Vaccine as Cases Soar; Multiple Asian Countries Restrict Travel from U.K.; The Coming Contagion; Fauci Urges Caution. Aired 1-2a ET
• Biden Expects no Honeymoon, Wants Help to End a Nightmare; Trump Pardons Former Blackwater Guards Involved in Baghdad Massacre; Biden Announces Miguel Cardona as Education Secretary Nominee. Aired 11:30a-12p ET
• Coronavirus Concerns as Holiday Travel Surges; California's Health System In Crisis Mode; President Trump's Controversial Pardons. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• Trump Turns to Allies in Last-Ditch Bid to Overturn Election; Growing Anxiety in Pentagon About Trump's Remaining Days; House Republican Says, I Worry How Military Has Been Politicized; Texas Hospital Pushed to the Brink as Admissions Soar; What We're Learning About New COVID-19 Variant; Millions Traveling During Holiday's Despite Warnings. Aired 4:30-5a ET
• Record Number of Coronavirus Hospitalizations; DOD Official Accuses Biden of False Statement; Frustration over U.K.-France Border Closure; Asia on High Alert over new COVID Variant. Aired 9:30-10a
• President Trump Vetoes Defense Spending Bill; U.S. Makes Deal For 100 Additional Pfizer Vaccine Doses; Trump Sabotaging COVID Relief Bill?. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• France-U.K. Border Reopened with Strict Stipulations; Trump May Not Sign COVID Relief Bill, Meets with Election Fraud Conspiracy Theorists; Texas Hospitals Pushed to the Brink, U.S. Tops 18 Million COVID-19 Cases; Israel Holds Fourth Election in Two Years; New South Wales Eases Some Restrictions for Christmas; Thailand Seafood Market Cluster Reports over 1,000 Cases. Aired 2-3a ET
• Biden: Darkest Days in COVID Battle Are Ahead of U.S.; Texas Hospital Pushed to Brink as Admissions Soar; California Hospitals Struggling with Surge; Rep. Jim Himes (D-CT) Interviewed on Trump Pardons of Associates Charged by Mueller; Private Bankers to Trump, Kushner Resigns from Deutsche Bank; Michigan's Attorney General is Interviewed about Requesting Sanctions on Former Trump Campaign Lawyer. Aired 12-1a ET
• Trump Pardons 4 Military Contractors Involved in 2007 Iraq Massacre; Trump Threatens to Veto Massive Defense Authorization Bill; Trump Faces Deadline Today to Sign or Veto Massive Defense Bill; Gen. Tony Thomas Responds to Gen. Flynn's Call for Military Law to Re-do Election; Nevada Nurse: "We're Fast Approaching Our Breaking Point"; Millions of Americans Traveling for Holidays Despite Warnings. Aired 1:30-2p ET
• Trump Throws COVID Relief Bill in Doubt After Asking for Changes; Trump Administration Buys Additional 100 Million Doses of Pfizer Vaccine; U.S. Daily COVID Death Toll Tops 3,000 for Fifth Time This Month; Anthony Fauci Warns of Possible COVID Surge on Top of Surge Due to Travel; Trump Pardons Blackwater Military Contractors Involved in Iraq Massacre. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• NIH Director: If We Don't Get 20M Vaccinated This Moth "I hope People Will Understand" Logistical Challenge; U.S. Reports 3,401 Deaths, 2nd Highest Since Pandemic Began; Suspected Russian Hackers May Have Made "Unforced Error" Leading To Their Discovery; The Coming Contagion: Congo's Rainforests And Future Pandemics. Aired 12:30-1p ET
• Trump Vetoes $740 Billion Defense Bill; Biden Still Mulling Who to Nominate as CIA Director; Restaurant Advocacy Groups Say COVID Relief Plan Falls Short; House Republicans Meeting Now After Trump Says He May Veto $900 Billion COVID Relief Bill; Trump Pardon's Blackwater Guards Convicted in 2007 Iraq Massacre. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• Trump Signals he may Veto Newly Passed COVID Relief Bill; Interview with Rep. Adam Smith (D-WA); Trump Pardons Former Blackwater Guards Involved in Deadly Iraqi Civilian Shooting. Aired 11-11:30a ET
• Near-Death COVID Patient Survives After 100+ Days in Hospital; The Media's Wild Ride During a Rollercoaster 2020; State Department Believes Russian FSB Poisoned Opposition Leader. Aired 2:30-3p ET
• Joe Biden Announces Miguel Cardona As Education Secretary Nominee; Joe Biden's Education Secretary Nominee Delivers Remarks; Kamala Harris Speaks On Miguel Cardona Nomination As Education Secretary; Trump Threatens To Upend Relief Bill Negotiated By His Own Administration; Trump Unleashes Chaos: Blasts Coronavirus Relief Bill, Issues Controversial Pardons, Attacks GOP Senators. Aired 12-12:30p ET
• Trump Signals He May Veto Newly Passed COVID Relief Bill; U.S. Reports 3,401 Deaths, Second Deadliest Day Of Pandemic. Aired 1-1:30p ET
• Trump Administration to Buy 100 Million More Pfizer Vaccine Doses; Holiday Travelers Crowd Airports Despite Rising U.S. COVID Cases; Treasury Secretary Mnuchin Assures Americans Relief Checks Would Go Out to Americans in Time for the Holidays. Aired 2-2:30p ET


December 22, 2020
• Countries Ban Travel to U.K.; Food Deliveries Halted in England's Port; COVID-19 Relief Bill Made It Through Congress; President Trump Makes Desperate Move to Redo Election Results; Cyberattack Compromised Critical Data; U.S. Hits Record Number of COVID-19 Hospitalizations; Biden Receives First Dose of COVID-19 Vaccine; Growing Concerns Over New COVID-19 Variant in The U.K.; Vaccine Distribution Moving Slower Than Promised; European Union Authorizes Pfizer BioNTech Vaccine; WHO Reporting Variant in South Africa Separate from Variant In U.K.; Taiwan Reports First Local Case in 250 Plus Days; Kushner Leads Delegation on Landmark Israel-Morocco Flight; Making Lab Grown Meat Mainstream; CNN Reconnects with Vaccine Recipient Martin Kenyon. Aired 3-4a ET
• Growing Concerns Over New COVID-19 Variant; European Union Authorizes Pfizer/BioNTech Vaccine; Truck Drivers Stuck in Dover, England as Borders Close; U.S. Congress Passes $900 Billion COVID Relief Bill; Millions in America Facing Food Insecurity; Giroir: We've Known About Virus Variant for Months; Taiwan Reports First Local Cass in 250+ Days. Aired 4-4:30a ET
• New COVID Variant Seals Off Britain; Navalny Stings Operative Who Poisoned Him; New Strain Of Virus Under Investigation; European Truck Drivers Stranded In U.K.; $900 Billion Stimulus - A Short-Term Fix?; U.S. President-Elect Received Vaccine Monday; Fringe Group Advising President on Election Battle; South Korea Tightens Restrictions During the Holidays; COVID-19 Economic Fallout Driving Up U.S. Food Insecurity; Great Conjunction in the Sky. Aired 1-2a ET
• U.K. Government Seeks to Dispel Fears of Food and Medicine Shortages; Navalny Speaks Directly to Toxin Team that Tracked Him; Fringe Group Advising U.S. President on Election Battle; California Coping with Alarming COVID-19 Surge; Seoul to Double Number of ICU Beds for COVID; Revisiting British Grandfather Who Won Global Fame after Vaccine; Stunning New Details in Poisoning of Russian Dissident; Congress Poised to Pass $900 COVID Rescue Package. Aired 12-12:44a ET
• Fringe Group Advising President on Overturning Election; U.S. Attorney General Says No Systematic Fraud in Election; U.S. President- Elect Biden Receives Vaccine Dose; McConnell: No Senators Think Stimulus Bill is Perfect; U.S. Congress Passes $900 Billion Stimulus Package; Novichok Sprinkled on Navalny's Underwear. Aired 4:30-5a ET
• U.K. Travel Closures Leave Travelers, Freight Trucks Stranded; Fringe Group Advising U.S. President on Election Battle; Russia Denies U.S. Hack; Navalny Speaks Directly to Toxin Team that Tracked Him; South Korea Tightens Restrictions during Holidays; Kushner to Take Symbolic Flight from Tel Aviv to Rabat. Aired 2-2:45a ET
• California Grapples with ICU Bed Shortage; Vaccine Doses Shipped Across U.S.; Sen. Mark Warner (D-VA) is Interviewed about Government Hack; British Granddad Becomes Internet Hit. Aired 9:30- 10a
• Despite Warnings, Millions Are Flying During The Holidays; Congress Passes $900 Billion Economic Relief Package; Anxiety Rising At Pentagon Over What Trump Will Do Next; U.K. Border Remains Closed Over Variant Coronavirus Fears. Aired 12:30-1p ET
• President-Elect Biden Holds Press Conference. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• Live Coverage as Alex Azar and Anthony Fauci Receive Dose of Moderna's COVID-19 Vaccine; COVID Relief Deal Heads to President's Desk; Interview with Ray Dalio on the Imperative Need to Close U.S. Wealth Gap. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• Mayor Torre (D-Aspen, CO) Discusses Colorado Ski Resorts, Aspen & Snowmass, Under Red-Level Restrictions; U.S. Congress Passes $900 Billion COVID Relief Bill; California Grapples with ICU Bed Shortages; Truck Drivers Stuck in Dover, England, as Borders Close. Aired 1:30-2p ET
• New COVID-19 Variant Concerns U.S. Health Officials; BioNTech CEO Confident Its Vaccine Could Work Against New Coronavirus Variant; New Jersey Hospital Giving First Doses of Moderna Vaccine to Staff; Congress Passes $900 Billion Economic Relief Package; House Conservatives Strategize with Trump and Pence to Overturn Election; New Details Arise on Massive Hack of U.S. Government Agencies. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• Fauci Says He Wouldn't be Surprised if New Variant is Already in U.S.; Soon, Fauci, Azar, and Collins Receive Moderna Vaccination. Aired 10-10:30a ET
• Biden Says Recent Hack on U.S. Agencies by Russia a Grave Risk to Our Security; Biden Says Not an Obvious Choice for AG Pick; Biden Says, I Have Absolute Confidence in The COVID Vaccine; Biden Says It Is Time to Unite and Rebuild; Pence Attends Rally with Screaming Fans and No Social Distancing; Baltimore Mayor Launches New Food Program for Those in Need. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• Anxiety Rising at Pentagon over What Trump will Do Next; Official says, 1 in every 64 L.A. County Residents has COVID-19; Russia Says, FSB Agents Taped Admission to Poisoning a Fake. Aired 11:30a-12p ET
• Dr. Anthony Fauci Received Moderna Vaccine Today; Joe Biden to Give Speech Today; Interview with Rep. Elissa Slotkin (D-MI). Aired 2- 2:30p ET
• BioNTech CEO: Variant May Require Countries To Vaccinate More People; New Jersey Hospital Giving First Doses Of Moderna Vaccine To Staff; White House Considers Requiring COVID Tests For Travelers From U.K.; Senator Wyden: Treasury Department E-mail Compromised In Suspected Russian Hack; Despite Warnings, Millions Are Flying Down The Holidays. Aired 12-12:30p ET
• Dr. Fauci Says, New Variant May Already Be In The U.S.; Senior Military Commanders Worry What Trump Will Do. Aired 1-1:30p ET
• Truck Drivers Stranded As France Closes Border With U.K.; U.K. Faces Dual Crises: New COVID Variant & Brexit Turmoil; House Conservatives Strategize With Trump In Bid To Overturn Election As Some GOP Members Push Back; Biden Gives Year-End Speech. Aired 2:30-3p ET
• Fauci And Administration Health Officials Receive Moderna Vaccine; CDC: U.K. COVID Variant Hasn't Been Identified In U.S., May Be Undetected; Congress Passes $900 Billion Economic Relief Package. Aired 11-11:30a ET


December 21, 2020
• Travel Restrictions Imposed in U.K. Because of New COVID-19 Variant; New COVID Relief Bill Finally Reached in Congress; Moderna's COVID-19 Vaccine Begins Rollout; Moderna COVID-19 Vaccine Being Delivered Across The U.S.; Americans To Start Getting Moderna Vaccine Soon; Older Americans, Essential Workers Next To Receive Vaccine. Aired 2-3a ET
• New Coronavirus Variant Spreading in U.K.; Travelers Making Last-Ditch Effort; Virus Mutation Transmit Faster than COVID-19; Congress Approved $900 Billion COVID-19 Relief Package; UK Prime Minister Calls Meeting as More Countries Restrict UK Travel; EU Drug Regulator to Review Pfizer-BioNTech Vaccine; Israel Kicks Off COVID Vaccine Drive as Cases Rise; ECO Solutions: How Eating Insects May Help Protect the Environment; New COVID Variant Drives Major Restrictions from Saudis. Aired 3-4a ET
• Countries Halting Travel to and from U.K. as New COVID-19 Variant Spreads; Lawmakers Strike Deal on $900 Billion Package; Americans Expected to Start Getting Moderna Vaccine Soon; Santa's Helpers Get Creative in Pandemic Year; California Hospitals Under Pressure as Cases Rise; Biden, Harris to Receive Vaccines Soon; Biden Official Slams Trump Administration Response to Cyberattack. Aired 12- 1a ET
• Older Americans, Essential Workers Next to Receive Vaccine; Clinically Vulnerable Adults Plead for COVID-19 Vaccine; South Korea and Japan Battle Rising Cases; New Cases Pop Up in Asia, Australia; Saudi Arabia Suspends International Flights for a Week; Santa's Helpers Get Creative in Pandemic Year; Britain Reverses Course On Christmas COVID Reprise; Britain Isolates After New Virus Mutation Spread; COVID Relief Package Passes In U.S.; U.S. Reaches New Levels In COVID In California; Moderna Vaccine Rolls Out In Huge Wave; New COVID Variant Far More Transmissible, Vaccine Resistance Unknown. Aired 1-2a ET
• Ban on U.K. Travel Widens by the Hours; Older American, Essential Workers Next to Receive Vaccine; Americans Expected to Start Getting Moderna Vaccine Soon; Lawmakers Strike Deal on $900 Billion Package; California Hospitals Under Pressure as Cases Rise. Aired 4- 4:30a ET
• U.S. Lawmakers Agree on $900 Billion Aid Bill; Trump Denies Martial Law Discussion in Oval Office; Trump Team Petitions High Court with More Fraud Claims; Trump Casts Doubt on Russian Involvement in Hacking; Countries Blocking U.K. Travel Over New COVID Variant; China Aims to Vaccinate 50 Million by Lunar New Year. Aired 4:30-5a ET
• Bidens Get Vaccinated Today; Heated Meeting About the Election; Trump Downplays Hack; California Hospitals Stretched to Limits by COVID Cases. Aired 9:30-10a
• President-Elect Biden Gets Vaccinated For COVID-19; Congress Set to Finally Pass COVID-19 Relief Package; Moderna Vaccinations Begin. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• Michael Flynn Encouraging Martial Law; Moderna Vaccine Rollout Begins; Food Bank Demand Doubles Over Last Year. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• Health Officials Warn New COVID Variant Spreading Rapidly in the U.K.; U.S. Testing Czar Says No Evidence U.K. COVID Variant Will Evade Vaccine; First Doses of Moderna Vaccine Expected to be Administered Today; Congressional Leaders Reach $900 Billion COVID Relief Deal; Dozens of Countries Halt Travel from the U.K. Over New COVID Variant; U.S. Examines Whether Vaccine is Effective Against New COVID Variant; Futures Down Amid New COVID Variant Spreading Rapidly in the U.K. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• Joe Biden Receives COVID-19 Vaccination; Trump Listens to Flynn's Pitch for Invoking Martial Law; Barr Says No Need to Appoint Special Counsel in Over Fraud Probe; Interview with Rep. Don Beyer (D- VA), Reaction to President-Elect Getting Vaccinated. Congress Poised to Pass $900 Billion Relief Package; California Hospitals Struggle to Cope with New COVID Surge. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• CNN: Trump, Advisers Discussed Invoking Martial Law To Overturn Election Results; CDC Advisory Committee Recommends Americans Ages 75 And Older, Frontline Essential Workers Should Be Next To Get Vaccine; Navalny Speaks Directly To Toxin Team That Tracked Him. Aired 12:30-1p ET
• Dozens of Countries Halt Travel from U.K. over New COVID Variant; Congressional Leaders Reach $900 Billion COVID Relief Deal. Aired 10-10:30a ET
• Moderna Vaccine Injections Begin Today; House to Vote on COVID Relief Bill Tonight; New COVID Variant Closes European Borders. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• Shutdown Looms as Congress Struggles to Reach Relief Deal; CDC Meeting to Discuss Who will Get Vaccinated Next; Vote on $900 Billion Pandemic Relief Bill Expected Today; CVS Begins Giving COVID-19 Vaccine to Nursing Homes Residents. Aired 11:30-12p ET
• Dozens of Countries Block, Limit U.K. Travel Over New COVID Variant; Interview with Former Top Russia Advisor, Fiona Hill; Food Insecurity Surges in America Ahead of Holiday. Aired 1:30-2p ET
• First Doses of Moderna Vaccine Expected to be Given Today; Attorney General Bill Barr Takes Questions at News Conference; Dozens of Countries Ban Flights from UK over COVID Variant. Aired 11-11:30a ET
• HHS Secretary Alex Azar Says He Will Be Vaccinated In The Coming Days; Soon: President-Elect Biden Receives First Dose Of Vaccine; U.K. Health Secretary: New Variant Of Coronavirus "Out Of Control"; Houston Health Officials Opening First Boxes Of Moderna Vaccine; House To Vote On $900 Billion COVID Relief Bill. Aired 12- 12:30p ET
• First Moderna Shots To Be Given As World Reacts To New Variant; Attorney General Barr Contradicts Trump Several Times In News Conference; Congress To Vote On $900 Billion COVID-19 Relief Bill. Aired 1-1:30p ET
• Barr Contradicts Trump On Russia, Hunter Biden, Election; Kremlin Critic Dupes Spy Into Revealing How He Was Poisoned; Soon, President-Elect Biden Receives First Dose Of Vaccine; Outrage As GOP Senators Who Downplayed Virus Among First To Get Vaccine; Update On Coronavirus Responses Around The World. Aired 2:30-3p ET


December 20, 2020
• COVID-19 Surge In California; Moderna Vaccine Set For U.S. Distribution; Israel Starts Vaccination Drive; White House Discusses Overturning Election; Trump Downplays Severity Of Massive Cyberattack; Europe Fights Skepticism Ahead Of Vaccine Rollout; Black Americans Hesitate Getting COVID-19 Vaccine; Husband With COVID-19 Writes Final Love Letter To Wife; Nicaragua Facing Food Shortages After Hurricanes. Aired 2-2:45a ET
• Parts Of Europe Enforce Strict Holiday Measures; Moderna Vaccine Set For U.S. Distribution; COVID-19 Surge In California; U.S. Lawmakers Closing COVID-19 Relief Deal; Trump Downplays Severity Of Massive Cyberattack; Record Numbers Of Georgians Vote In Runoffs; Israel Starts Vaccination Drive; Europe Fights Skepticism Ahead Of Vaccine Rollout; Mexican Medical Supply Workers Worry About COVID-19 Risk; Airlines Introduce COVID-Free Corridor. Aired 3-4a ET
• U.K. Officials Identify New COVID-19 Variant; Moderna Vaccine Set For U.S. Distribution; Parts Of Europe Enforce Strict Holiday Measures; White House Discusses Overturning Election; U.S. Lawmakers Closing COVID-19 Relief Deal; COVID-19 Surge In California; Israel Starts Vaccination Drive; Mexican Medical Supply Workers Worry About COVID-19 Risk; U.K. And E.U. Facing Brexit Trade Deadline. Aired 4-5a ET
• U.S. Lawmakers Closing COVID-19 Relief Deal; Moderna Vaccine Set For U.S. Distribution; Parts Of Europe Enforce Strict Holiday Measures; U.K. Officials Identify New COVID-19 Variant; White House Discusses Overturning Election; Trump Downplays Severity Of Massive Cyberattack; COVID-19 Surge In California; Israel Starts Vaccination Drive; Nicaragua Facing Food Shortages After Hurricanes; Airlines Introduce COVID-Free Corridor. Aired 5-6a ET
• First Shipment Of Moderna Vaccine Leaves Distribution Facility; Trump Holds Oval Office Meeting Including Talk Of Invoking Martial Law And Naming Sidney Powell Special Counsel; Congress On Brink Of Deal For COVID Relief Package. Aired 3-4p ET
• Moderna Coronavirus Vaccine Endorsed By CDC; Congress Reaches Deal On Stimulus Package; Talk Of Martial Law In Oval Office Meeting; Rep. Jamie Raskin (D-MD) Is Interviewed About The Oval Office Meeting And Stimulus Deal; European Countries Closing Borders On United Kingdom. Aired 5-6p ET
• First Shipment Of Moderna Vaccine Leaves Distribution Facility; Congress On The Brink Of Deal For $900 Billion COVID Relief Package; Interview With Rep. Bennie Thompson (D-MS); Trump Holds Oval Office Meeting; CDC Subcommittee Discussing Priority Groups for Vaccinations; U.K. Under Tier 4 Lockdown Due to Virulent COVID-19 Strain; Encouraging Vaccine Confidence in Communities of Color. Aired 2-3p ET
• CDC Subcommittee Votes On Priority Groups For Next Vaccinations; First Shipment Of Moderna Vaccine Leaves Distribution Facility; Congress On The Brink Of A Deal On $900B COVID Relief Package; Interview With Rep. Raja Krishnamoorthi (D-IL) About COVID Relief Bill; Trump Holds Oval Office Meeting; U.K. In Lockdown; Georgia Teen Jailed; CNN Heroes; One Medical Use Of Psychedelics. Aired 4-5p ET
• Congress Reaches Deal On $900 Billion COVID Relief Package; France-U.K. Border To Close For 48 Hours Due To COVID-19 Variant; Countries Banning U.K. Flights As Officials Warn Of New COVID Variant; Nancy Pelosi And Chuck Schumer To Speak On $900 Billion Relief Deal; Cyberattack On Several U.S. Federal Agencies. Aired 6-7p ET
• Moderna Vaccine Set For Distribution In U.S.; California Hospitals Struggle To Keep Up As Cases Rise; Millions In England Under Tier 4 Restrictions; White House Discusses Ideas To Overturn Election; Trump Downplays Severity Of Massive Cyber Attack; Israel Begins Mass Vaccination Program; Black American Hesitant About Getting COVID-19 Vaccine; Mexican Factory Workers At Risk. Aired 12-1a ET


December 19, 2020
• FDA Authorizes Moderna Vaccine for Emergency Use; Mexico City Imposing New Three-Week Lockdown; U.S. Officials Found Early, Inconclusive Signs of Cyberattack. Aired 12-12:15a ET
• California Hospitals Near Capacity as Cases and Deaths Spike; FDA Authorizes Moderna Vaccine for Emergency Use; Mexico City Imposing New Three-Week Lockdown; U.S. Officials Found Early, Inconclusive Signs of Cyberattack; Large-scale Evictions Loom in U.S. as Relief Deadline Approaches; India Prepares to Vaccinate over 1.3 Billion; Trump's Tweets Fixated on Election Loss. Aired 2-2:45a ET
• FDA Authorizes Moderna Vaccine for Emergency Use; California Hospitals Near Capacity as Cases and Deaths Spike; European Countries Tighten Restrictions; Mexico City Imposing New Three-Week Lockdown; Large-scale Evictions Loom in U.S. as Relief Deadline Approaches; U.S. Officials Found Early, Inconclusive Signs of Cyberattack; Trump's Tweets Fixated on Election Loss. Aired 3-3:30a ET
• California Hospitals Near Capacity as Cases and Deaths Spike; European Countries Tighten Restrictions; FDA Authorizes Moderna Vaccine for Emergency Use; Large-scale Evictions Loom in U.S. as Relief Deadline Approaches; Trump's Tweets Fixated on Election Loss; Minority Communities Remain Hesitant about Vaccination; U.S. Officials Found Early, Inconclusive Signs of Cyberattack; Medical Experts Fear COVID-19 Spike during Holidays. Aired 4-5a ET
• FDA Authorizes Moderna Vaccine For Emergency Use; European Countries Tighten Restrictions; Large-Scale Evictions Loom In U.S. As Relief Deadline Approaches; U.S. Officials Found Early, Inconclusive Signs Of Cyberattack; California Hospitals Near Capacity As Cases And Deaths Spike; Minority Communities Remain Hesitant About Vaccination; Mexico City Imposing New Three-Week Lockdown; Hyper-Realistic Masks Feature Lifelike Faces. Aired 5-6a ET
• Moderna Vaccine Shipments Could Begin As Soon As Monday; California Facing One Of The Country's Worst Spikes; Talks Drag Into Weekend As Lawmakers Debate And Deal Fine Print; Dr. Sanjay Gupta On Getting Vaccinated; Biden Set To Introduce Environment Team Today; Hack Of U.S. Government And Companies One Of The Biggest Ever. Aired 11a-12p ET
• Secretary Of State Mike Pompeo States Russia Behind Recent Cyberattack On U.S. Federal Government Departments; President Trump Tweets China Possibly Behind Recent Cyberattack On U.S. Federal Government Departments; U.S. To Begin Distribution Of Second Coronavirus Vaccine Produced By Moderna; Congress Continues Negotiations Over Economic Relief Bill; President-Elect Joe Biden Announces Nominees For Environmental Posts In His Administration; President-Elect Biden Nominates Congresswoman Deb Haaland As Interior Department Secretary. Aired 2-3p ET
• General Perna: Moderna Vaccine Distribution Has Begun; December Already Second Highest Month For New COVID-19 Cases; Talks Drag Into Weekend As Lawmakers Debate Aid Deal Fine Print; Pompeo: Russia "Clearly" Behind Massive U.S. Cyber Attack; Trump Downplays Massive Cyber Attack, Contradicts His Own Experts Who Say Russia Is "Clearly" Behind It; Fourteen Million U.S. Households Face Eviction As COVID-19 Surges. Aired 12-1p ET
• California Facing One Of The Country's Worst Coronavirus Case Spikes; Gen. Perna: Moderna Vaccine Distribution Has Begun; U.S. First With Two COVID Vaccines After Moderna Authorization; Hospitals Nationwide Seeing Side Effects Of COVID-19 Vaccines; Doctors, Community Workers Struggle To Convince Black Americans To Get Vaccinated; Trump Campaign Told To Preserve All Documents Related To Sidney Powell & Dominion Voting Systems. Aired 1-2p ET
• Biden Unveils Climate Team, Pledges Ambitious Action; Biden Names First Native American to Cabinet; CDC Advisory Committee Votes To Recommend Moderna Vaccine For Emergency Use In U.S.; Operation Warp Speed Chief Apologizes For Miscommunication Over Vaccine Shipments; Fauci: Might Start Clinical Trials Of COVID Vaccine On Children In January; Pence, Top Congressional Leaders Get Vaccine, Trump Absent; Trump Refuses To Condemn Russia In First Comments On Cyber Attack. Aired 3-4p ET
• Operation Warp Speed Chief: Moderna Vaccine Trucks Roll Out Tomorrow; Now: Congress Scrambles To Reach COVID-19 Relief Deal; Interview With Sen. Chris Coons (D-DE); Trump Refuses To Condemn Russia In First Comments On Cyber Attack; Pompeo On Massive Hack: We Can Say Pretty Clearly That It Was The Russians That Engaged In This Activity; Trump Hosts Michael Flynn Calls For Martial Law To "Re-Run" The Election. Aired 4-5p ET
• Congress Scrambles To Reach COVID-19 Stimulus Deal; Heated Oval Office Meeting Included Talk Of Martial Law; California Hospital On The Brink As COVID Cases, Deaths Surge; Trump Refuses To Condemn Russia In First Comments On Cyber Attack; Where Does Trump's "Election Defense Fund" Money Really Go?; Dr. Fauci Answers' Kids Questions About Santa And The COVID Vaccine. Aired 5-6p ET


December 18, 2020
• FDA Panel Recommends Authorization of Moderna Vaccine; Pfizer Denies Reported Delays in Vaccine Shipments; King of Sweden Criticizes 'Herd Immunity' Strategy; Macron COVID-19 Positive, European Leaders Getting Tests; Hong Kong Tightens Restrictions as Fourth Wave Hits City; Nigeria: Military Has Rescued all Kidnapped Students; 2 People Dead after Powerful Cyclone Hits Fiji; Biden Team Weighs Contenders for Attorney General; U.S. President Silent on Pandemic, Massive Cyberattack; Gov. Mike DeWine (D-OH) is Interviewed about Post- Election Disinformation; Florida Governor Accused of Downplaying COVID-19 Cases Before Election. Aired 12-12:45a ET
• FDA Panel Recommends a Second COVID Vaccine for Emergency Use in America; Seoul is in Dire Need for ICU Beds; Biden Team Announces New Cabinet Nominations; U.S. Warns Suspected Russian Hack Wider than Previously Believed; Europe Fights Skepticism Ahead of Vaccine Rollout; Europe Fights Skepticism Ahead of Vaccine Rollout; Twitter to Start Removing Vaccine Misinformation; Hong Kong Tightens Restrictions as Fourth Wave Hits; Another Congressional Stalemate. Aired 2-3a ET
• Military has Rescued All Kidnapped Boys in Nigeria; FDA Authorization Expected Quickly for Moderna Vaccine; Top U.S. Health Official Pleads for Continued Vigilance; Congressional Leaders Struggle to Pass Aid Deal; Seoul South Korea Running Out of Hospital Beds; Australia's Mystery COVID-19 Outbreak Grows to 28 Cases; UNICEF Helping to Feed Children in The U.K.; Hopes for U.K.-E.U. Trade Deal Falter; Two Dead in Cyclone Yasa in Fiji; Going Green Features Growing Your Own Food; Crucial Moment for America; President Emmanuel Macron Tested Positive; Europeans Skeptical of Vaccine Safety; E.U. Need to Advertise Vaccine Efficacy; Russia Determined to Sow Chaos in U.S.; Kidnapped Children Now Back Home. Aired 3-4a ET
• Nigeria: Military Has Rescued All Kidnapped Students; Uyghurs Accuse China of Trying to Silence Them Abroad; U.S. Lawmakers Scramble to Secure Deal as Shutdown Looms; No ICU Beds In L.A. Area; Macron Tests Positive For COVID; U.S. Reaps COVID Results After Thanksgiving Gatherings; Moderna Approval Goes Forward; California Behind Only The U.S. And Brazil For Daily Cases. Aired 1-2a ET
• FDA Authorization Expected Quickly for Moderna Vaccine; CDC: Tens of Thousands More Deaths by Early January; U.S. Lawmakers Scramble to Secure Stimulus Deal; U.S. President Silent on Pandemic, Stimulus, Massive Cyberattack; Freed Nigerian Schoolboys Reach Home State; U.S. Warns Suspected Russian Hack Wider than Thought. Aired 4- 4:30a ET
• FDA Says It Will Work Quickly to Authorize Moderna Vaccine; French President in Isolation After Testing Positive; UNICEF Helping to Feed Children in the U.K.; Sweden's King: Country's COVID-19 Response Has Failed; Florida's Governor Faces Criticism Over State's Response; iPhone Dropped from Plane Miraculously Survives. Aired 4:30- 5a ET
• Tennessee Sees Huge COVID-19 Spike; Interview with Moderna Co- Founder and Chairman Noubar Afeyan; Families Brace for January Evictions. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• COVID-19 Relief Bill Negotiations Drag On; Moderna Vaccine Nears Approval. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• Cybersecurity Agencies War on Threat after Russian Hack; COVID- 19 Infections Soar in Tennessee; Biden Adds to Cabinet. Aired 9:30- 10a
• How Would American Lives Be Different if Senate Had Convicted Trump?; Actor Richard Schiff, Who Battled COVID, Discusses Celebrities Speaking Out About Coronavirus and Mask Deniers; Austan Goolsbee, Former Chair, Council of Economic Advisers Under Obama, Discusses Coronavirus Stimulus Relief Bill Negotiations. Aired 1:30-2p ET
• VP Mike Pence, Surgeon General Receive COVID-19 Vaccine; Shutdown Looms as Leaders Struggle to Reach Stimulus Deal; Feds Tell Some States to Expect Fewer Pfizer Vaccine Doses Next Week; L.A. County Run Out of ICU Beds; Security Officials Confirm Massive Hacking of U.S. Government Agencies. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• FDA Panel Recommends Emergency Use Authorization of Moderna Vaccine; Supreme Court Throws out Challenge to Trump Administration's Effort to Exclude Undocumented Immigrants from Census Count; Shutdown Looms as Leaders Struggle to Reach Stimulus Deal. Aired 10-10:30a ET
• Giroir: "Very Difficult With Widespread Disease For Testing To Make A Dent"; Trump's Priorities Elsewhere As U.S. Battles COVID Crisis; 14M U.S. Households Face Evictions As COVID-19 Surges. Aired 12:30-1p ET
• Medical Workers Pushed to the Brink as COVID Hospitalization Surge; Security Officials Say Massive Hacking of U.S. Government Ongoing; Biden Vows to Impose Costs for Russian Aggression; Trump Missing in Action Amid Pandemic, Economic Crisis and Cyber Hack; Trump Tweets Support of Senator Who May Challenge Election; Aired 3:30-4p ET
• Shutdown Looms as Congress Struggles to Reach Relief Deal; CDC Meeting to Discuss Who will Get Vaccinated Next. Aired 11:30a-12p ET
• Southern California ICU Beds Reach Capacity; Celebrity COVID-19 Vaccinations Today Include Sanjay Gupta and Mike Pence; Interview with Rep. Jason Crow (D-CO). Aired 2-2:30p ET
• 1 in 216 Americans Reporting New Infection in Past Week; Bidens Get First Dose of Vaccine on Monday in Delaware. Aired 1-1:30p ET
• U.S. Faces National Crisis as Hospitalizations Surge to Record Levels; FDA Panel Recommends Emergency Use Authorization of Moderna Vaccine; Supreme Court Rules in Census Challenge. Aired 11-11:30a ET
• Shutdown Looms As Leaders Struggle To Reach Stimulus Deal; Feds Tell Some States To Expect Fewer Pfizer Vaccine Doses Next Week; Security Officials Confirm Massive Hacking Of U.S. Government Is Ongoing; Trump Silent After Suspected Russian Hack Of U.S. Agencies; U.S. COVID-19 Hospitalizations Hit New Record For 12th Straight Day. Aired 12-12:30p ET
• A Tragic, Horrific, Hopeful, Historic Week in America; 8 Nuns Die of COVID-19 at Wisconsin Facility Within a Week; Rubio, McEnany Clutch Pearls after Biden Aide Swears, Insults; Kamala Harris Prepares for Role as Biden's Right-Hand Woman. Aired 2:30-3p ET


December 17, 2020
• The U.S. has reported more than 3,000 deaths from COVID and almost a quarter million new infections, the highest since the pandemic spreads like a wildfire. Pfizer/BioNTech vaccine is now being administered in the U.S. and 20 million more vaccines could become available once FDA gives Moderna a green light for an emergency use authorization. Dr. Desmond Carson from LifeLong Center says that inconsistency in following the health guidelines may result in spreading the virus to more communities. President-elect Joe Biden adding to the history books by picking a former rival and the first LGBTQ to join his cabinet. A Nigerian official say that negotiations are underway to bring back the more than 330 school boys who have been abducted from Kankara secondary school; U.S. Faces Another Milestone; Moderna Waiting for FDA's Approval; Guidelines Must be Followed Seriously; Joe Biden Forming a Diverse Cabinet; Schoolboys Abducted in Nigeria; U.S. Reports on Progress on Covid Relief Deal; Women with COVID-19 Face New Challenges During Childbirth; Texas Couple Die While Holding Hands; Tropical Cyclone Yasa Makes Landfall On Fiji; College Athletics Case Heads to U.S. Supreme Court; Tom Cruise's Explosive Rant. Aired 3-4a ET
• COVID USA: Deadliest Day Yet; Europe Goes Into Christmas Lockdown, U.K. Allows Five-Day Dispensation; Sao Paulo Officials To Roll Out Chinese Vaccine Independently; Kidnapped Nigerian Schoolboys Located; Powerful Storm Threats in Both the U.S. and Fiji; Ex-Election Security Official Blasts False Fraud Claims; Congress Reports Progress on $900 Billion Deal Ex-Cop Arrested over Bogus Voter Fraud Investigation; China's Lunar Probe Returns to Earth with Moon Samples. Aired 1-2a ET
• U.S. Sets Record Deaths, New Cases and Hospitalizations; FDA May Authorize Moderna Vaccine Thursday; Health Experts Worry about Vaccine Hesitancy; 60 Million Under Storm Warnings, 1,300 U.S. Flights Canceled; Congress Reports Progress on $900 Billion Deal; Hundreds of Allies Asking President for Pardons. Aired 4-4:30a ET
• U.S. Faces Another Grim Milestone for Cases, Hospitalizations and Deaths; Moderna Waiting for FDA's Approval; Trump's Final Weeks; U.S. Lawmakers Call for Answers on Navalny Poisoning; Congress Reports Progress on COVID Relief Deal; Congress Reports Progress on $900 Billion Deal; Tom Cruise Heard Scolding Crew for Breaking COVID Rules; Conservationists Restore Green Space to Hong Kong; Former Houston Police Captain Out on Bond, Accused of Armed, Violent Encounter over Conspiracy Theory; Russia Responds to CNN/Bellingcat Investigation into Navalny Poisoning. Aired 12-12:45a ET
• W.H.O. Warns of Another Wave of COVID-19 in Europe; British Prime Minister Urging Caution Over Christmas Gatherings; Women with COVID-19 Face New Challenges During Childbirth; Texas Couple of 30 Years Dies While Holding Hands; Tom Cruise Heard Scolding Movie Crew for Breaking COVID Rules; French President Emmanuel Macron Tests Positive for COVID-19; U.S. Government Investigation Massive Data Breach Tied to Russia; U.S. Supreme Court Agrees to Hear NCAA Case. Aired 4:30-5a ET
• Moderna Waiting for FDA's Approval; U.S. Faces Another Grim Milestone for Cases, Hospitalizations and Deaths; Congress Reports Progress on COVID Relief Deal; U.S. Lawmakers Call for Answers on Navalny Poisoning; South Korea Struggles with Transmission Tracing; Tropical Cyclone Yasa Makes Landfall on Fiji; China's Lunar Probe Returns to Earth with Moon Samples. Aired 2-2:45a ET
• Trump Missing in Action; Congress Nearing COVID Relief Deal? U.S. Sets New Record For Daily COVID-19 Deaths; FDA Set to Vote on Moderna Vaccine. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• French President Positive for Coronavirus; Rep. Mike Quigley (D-IL) is Interviewed About Russian-Linked Hacks; Winter Storm From Pittsburgh to NYC; Putin Responds to CNN's Probe. Aired 9:30-10a ET
• HHS Advisor Pushed for Herd Immunity: "Must Go On with Life"; What Did Trump Do Today on Pandemic, Stimulus, Hack Attack?; Op-Ed: GOP Senator Is Source of the Real Election Fraud. Aired 1:30-2p ET
• FDA Panel Reviews Emergency Authorization for Moderna Vaccine; U.S. Reports Deadliest Day of Pandemic, Record Cases and Hospitalizations; Prospects Dim for Relief Deal by Friday as Shutdown Deadline Looms; People Looking for Pardons Flood White House With Calls and E-mails; French President Emmanuel Macron Tests Positive for Coronavirus. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• FDA Meeting Today to Review Moderna COVID-19 Vaccine; Trial Begins For Al-Shabaab-linked Terrorist as Houston Vigilante Fails to Show; Disney to Lay Off 32,000. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• FDA Panel Reviews Emergency Authorization for Moderna Vaccine; Prospects Dim for Relief Deal by Friday as Shutdown Deadline Looms; East Coast Snowstorm Could Impact Vaccine Distribution. Aired 10- 10:30a ET
• Lawmakers Looking At Stimulus Deal Close To $900B; Weekly Jobless Claims Increase Again, 885K Filed For Unemployment; L.A. County Experiences Record-Breaking COVID-19 Surge. Aired 12:30-1p ET
• Trump Missing in Action as Millions Suffer and U.S. Attacked by Russia; States Told by Federal Government They Will Receive Fewer Pfizer Doses Next Week; Winter Storm Hitting East Coast Could Impact Vaccine Distribution; Biden Will Not Stand by in The Face of Cyber Attacks on U.S. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• U.S. Confirms Massive Russia-Linked Hack Against Federal Agencies; Deaths, Hospitalizations Rising in Pennsylvania as Vaccines Arrive; Trump's Focus Elsewhere amid Pandemic, Russia Hack Fallout. Aired 11:30a-12p ET
• Dodge City, Kansas, Mayor Resigns over Threats for Supporting Mask Mandate as Cases Rise; Interview with Sen. Tammy Duckworth (D- IL); Putin: If Russia Wanted Navalny Killed, It Would Have "Finished" the Job. Aired 2:30-3p ET
• Interview with ICU Nurse as COVID-19 Deaths Break Records; FDA Meeting Today to Review Moderna Vaccine; French President Emmanuel Macron Tests Positive for COVID-19. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• FDA Panel Reviews Emergency Authorization for Moderna Vaccine; Two Alaska Health Workers Suffer Allergic Reactions after Vaccination; Lawmakers Looking at Stimulus Deal Close to $900B. Aired 11-11:30a ET
• FDA Panel Reviews Emergency Authorization For Moderna Vaccine; Moderna Planning Futures Vaccine Trials For Children, Cancer Patients; U.S. Reports Deadliest Day Of Pandemic, Record Cases & Hospitalizations; Lawmakers Looking At Stimulus Deal To Close $900 Billion; Representative Ayanna Pressley Calls On California Governor To "Appoint A Black Woman" To Fill Kamala Harris' Senate Seat. Aired 12-12:30p ET
• 3,656 Reported Dead in Single Day, Deadliest of Entire Pandemic; Congressional Leaders Still Trying to Reach Deal on Relief Bill; HHS Adviser Pushed for Herd Immunity, Says We Must go on with Life. Aired 1-1:30p ET


December 16, 2020
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• Germany Under Tough Lockdown; England Impose Confusing Restrictions; Healthcare Workers Finally Getting the Vaccine; Hardheaded People Don't Mind Risk Involve; Mitch McConnell Accepts Reality; Seoul, Only One ICU COVID Bed Left in the City; Many Black Americans Hesitant About Getting Vaccine; Biden's Team Already Seeking Input from Communities Of Color; Delta Unveils Travel Corridor Between U.S. and Europe; Poisoned Kremlin Critic Speaks to CNN; Trucks Clog Roads as Companies Stockpile Pre-Brexit; Boko Haram Claims Kidnapping of 330 Plus Nigerian Students; Going Green Highlights the Pangolin's Near Extinction; China's Chang'e 5 Returning to Earth. Aired 3-4a ET
• Europe Locks Down For COVID Christmas; McConnell Acknowledges Biden's Election Win; Biden To Georgia: Vote As If Your Life Depended On It; COVID Mass Casualty Event Expected This Winter In U.S.; Navalny Talks To CNN; Seoul: Only One ICU COVID Bed Left in the City; London Nearby Areas on Tier-Three Restrictions; U.S. COVID-19 Stimulus Deal; Terror Group Claims Responsibility for Kidnappings; Delta Unveils Travel Corridor Between U.S. and Europe; China's Change Lunar Probe Returning to Earth. Aired 1-2a ET
• Second COVID-19 Vaccine Near Authorization as U.S. Hits Record Hospitalizations; Employers Weighing Mandatory Vaccines; Biden Stumps for Democrats in Georgia; No Response from Kremlin on Navalny Poisoning; Boko Haram Claims Kidnapping of 33+ Nigerian Students; Deciphering the Trump-QAnon Connection. Aired 12-12:45a ET
• Second COVID-19 Vaccine Nears Authorization in U.S.; U.S. Hospitals Vaccinating Health Care Workers; California Activates Mass Fatality Program; McConnell acknowledges Biden Victory; Biden Rallies for Democrats Ahead of Georgia Senate Runoffs; Parts of Europe Grappling with Tough New Restrictions. Aired 4-4:30a ET
• Study: Many Black Americans Hesitant About Getting Vaccine; U.S. Lawmakers Near Deal on Long-Awaited COVID Relief Plan; Experts: QAnon Conspiracies Threaten Democracy; U.S. Officials Suspect Russians in Hack of Government Agencies; Navalny Reacts to Russia's Chemical Weapons Operations; Socially-Distant Santa Has Christmas Message. Aired 4:30-5a ET
• E.U. under Tougher Restrictions, under Pressure to Get Vaccine; U.S. Employers Weighing Mandatory Vaccines; Putin Congratulates Biden; Biden Stumps for Democrats in Georgia; Congress Debates Stimulus Proposals; Hanukkah Celebrations Scaled Back in Israel. Aired 2-2:45a ET
• ER Nurse First to Be Vaccinated in New Jersey; Trump Turns on McConnell; Harris Discusses Pandemic Plan, Masks and Vaccine; Ex- Officer Accused of Pulling Gun During Voter Fraud Event. Aired 9:30- 10a
• FOX Questions Expertise of Pandemic Expert Bill Gates; Nurse Erin McIntosh Discusses Threat of Nurse's Strike in California over Work Conditions; Seniors in Florida Among 1st in the State to Get Vaccine; Mar-A-Lago Neighbors to Trump: Spend Your Post-Presidency Elsewhere. Aired 1:30-2p ET
• Nearly 200,000 New Cases Tuesday; Hospitalizations Hit Record High; Trump Fires Back After McConnell Congratulates Biden; Biden Taps Pete Buttigieg For Transportation Secretary; President-Elect Biden Stumps For Ossoff And Warnock In Georgia; Control Of The Senate Hinges On Two Runoff Races In Georgia. Aired 12:30-1p ET
• Interview with Co-Founder of Institute for Antiracism in Medicine Brittani James; QAnon Influence Continues to Grow; Interview with News Anchor Anne McCloy. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• Congressional Leaders Near Deal on Coronavirus Relief Bill; More Americans to Receive First Dose of COVID-19 Vaccine Today; Capitol Hill Leaders Looking at Stimulus Deal Close to $908 Billion; U.S. Investigates Possible Russian Hacking of Government Agencies; Futures Flat Amid Progress on a Potential Stimulus Deal. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• U.S. Reports 3,019 Deaths Overnight, Third Deadliest Day of Pandemic; Trump Turns on McConnell after Majority Leader Congratulates Biden; More Americans to Receive First Dose of COVID-19 Vaccine Today. Aired 10-10:30a ET
• Rockefeller Foundation Urges Massive Ramp-Up in COVID Testing to Reopen and Keep Open Schools; Biden Nominates Pete Buttigieg for Transportation Secretary; Russia's Top Diplomat Says, Navalny Poisoning Reports are Funny to Read. Aired 11:30-12p ET
• Pompeo Quarantining after Coming into Contact with Someone with COVID; Alaska Health Worker Suffered Allergic Reaction from Vaccine; Will Americans Get Choice Between Pfizer, Moderna Vaccines?; Russian Foreign Minister: Navalny Poisoning Report "Funny to Read"; Biden Officially Announces Ex-Rival Buttigieg as Cabinet Pick; Trump Seeks Special Counsels Before He Leaves Office to Ensure Investigations of Hunter Biden, Claims of Voter Fraud. Aired 2:30-3p ET
• Congress May be Close to $900 Billion Stimulus Deal; Interview with Loretto Hospital President and CEO George Miller; Trump Administration Has Turned Attention to Pardons. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• Congressional Leaders on Brink of $900 Billion COVID Relief Deal; Trump Sycophants Go Off Dee End with Absurd Election Claims; Fox Questions Expertise of Pandemic Expert Bill Gates. Aired 1-1:30p ET
• Congressional Leaders Near Deal On Long-Awaited COVID Relief Plan; FDA Advisory Panel To Review Moderna Vaccine Tomorrow; Restaurant Owners Implore Lawmakers For More Help. Aired 11-11:30a ET
• FDA Panel To Review Moderna Vaccine Tomorrow; Joe Biden Picks Pete Buttigieg As Transportation Secretary; Joe Biden: Better Transportation Will Build More Climate-Resilient Communities; Joe Biden: Will Get Vaccinated Publicly, But Won't Jump Ahead Of Line. Aired 12-12:30p ET


December 15, 2020
• Bellingcat and CNN Investigation Expose Russian Targeting of Opposition Leader Alexey Navalny; The United States Begins to Distribute and Administer Pfizer COVID-19 Vaccines; Biden is Officially President-Elect; Attorney General William Barr Resigns; Parts Of Europe Face Tough New Restrictions; Parts Of East Asia Seeing New Wave Of Infections; NHK Poll On The Japan Olympics; Canada Rolls Out Its First COVID-19 Vaccine; United States Rolls Out Vaccine As Death Toll Tops 300,000; 104 Year-Old In Spain Beats COVID-19; Severe Weather In Australia; More Than 300 Nigerian Students Missing; A Preview On Going Green To Be Aired Saturday In New York In London; Christmas Tree Shop Goes Green. Aired 3-4a ET
• U.S. Attorney General William Barr; U.K. and E.U. Remain Far Apart on Several Key Issues; Germany Set to Enter a Hard National Lockdown; How Abu Dhabi Uses Safe Bubbles to Protect Events; CNN Exclusive: Navalny, Novichok And Moscow; First U.S. Healthcare Workers Get COVID-19 Shots; U.S. Tops 300,000 Deaths On Vaccine Roll Out Day; Electoral College Cements Biden Victory; Biden: The People Have Voted, It's Time To Turn The Page; A Word With The Doctor Who Got New York's Second COVID-19 Vaccine. Aired 1-2a ET
• U.S. Electoral College Affirms Biden Victory; Trump Won't Concede Despite Electoral College Vote; U.S. Attorney General William Barr Resigns; First Doses of Vaccine Given as U.S. Tops 300,000 Deaths; Health Workers Among First to Receive Vaccine in U.S.; U.K. Says New Variant of COVID-19 has been identified; European Countries Issue New COVID Restrictions; Canada Rolls Out Its First COVID-19 Vaccine; Parts of East Asia Seeing New Wave of Infections. Aired 4- 4:30a ET
• Trump Won't Concede Despite Electoral College Vote; U.S. House Member Says He's Quitting Republican Party; Officials Warn Americans to Keep Following Health Guidelines; U.S. Rolls Out Vaccine as Death Toll Tops 300,000; Trump Administration Imposing Sanctions on Turkey; How Abu Dhabi Uses Safe Bubbles to Protect Events. Aired 4:30-5a ET
• CNN Exclusive: Navalny, Novichok and Moscow; Electoral College Cements Biden Victory; U.S. Tops 300,000 Deaths on Vaccine Rollout Day; Joe Biden's Win Cemented by Electoral College; U.S. Attorney General William Barr Resigns; Trump Won't Concede Despite Electoral College Vote; Group Preserving Redwoods by Cloning Them; U.S. Death Toll Tops 300,000 as Vaccinations Begin. Aired 12-12:45a ET
• Sen. Joe Manchin (D-WV) is Interviewed about Stimulus; Texas Administers Vaccinations Today; AG William Barr Resigns; Georgia Governor Criticizes Attacks. Aired 9:30-10a ET.
• CNN Exclusive: Navalny, Novichok and Moscow; Electoral College Cements Biden Victory; U.S. Tops 300,000 Deaths on Vaccine Rollout Day; Over 300 Nigerian Students Missing after School Raid; Trump to Impose New Sanctions on Turkey; U.S. Health Workers among First to Get COVID-19 Vaccine. Aired 2-2:45a ET
• Biden Campaigns in Georgia; McConnell Finally Acknowledges Biden's Win; Vaccine Distribution; U.S. Passes 300,000 COVID-19 Deaths. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• FDA Says No Safety Concerns with Moderna COVID-19 Vaccine; Dr. Fauci Recommends Joe Biden and Kamala Harris Get Vaccinated ASAP; Vaccine Rollout in Full Swing as U.S. Tops 300,000 Deaths; Democrats Face Tough Choice on Stimulus Deal Without State and Local Aid; Futures Up Amid Vaccine Rollout and Stimulus Talks. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• Interview with COVID-19 Vaccine Recipient; Congress Commits to Pass COVID-19 Stimulus Before Christmas; U.S. Government Agencies Hacked by Russian-Linked Groups. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• Soon, Biden Campaigns in Georgia Senate Runoffs for 1st Time; Biden Spoke to McConnell Today in "Good Conservation"; Dr. Richina Bicette Answers Viewers' Questions about Vaccines; Russia's Putin Acknowledges Biden's Win Before McConnell; Trump Silent on Suspected Russian Cyberattack on U.S. Government; Biden to Nominate Buttigieg for Transportation Secretary. Aired 1:30-2p ET
• First COVID-19 Vaccinations Continue As U.S. Tops 300,000 Deaths; First Pfizer COVID-19 Vaccinations In Illinois Begin; Electoral College Formally Affirms Biden's Presidential Win; McConnell Recognizes Biden As President-Elect For The First Time; Soon: Biden Campaign In Georgia For Senate Runoff Candidates. Aired 12:30-1p ET
• FDA Says, No Safety Concerns with Moderna Coronavirus Vaccine; Sen. Mitch McConnell (R-KY) Publicly Recognizes Biden as President- Elect. Aired 10-10:30a ET
• Biden to Nominate Buttigieg for Transportation Secretary; Vice President Pence Likely to Get Vaccine on Friday; GOP's McConnell Finally Acknowledges Biden's Win; Barr's Exit Note Filled with Partisan Praise for Trump. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• CNN Reports, Investigation I.D.'s Russian Agents Who Tailed Navalny Before Poisoning; Vaccine Rollout in Full Swing as U.S. Tops 300,000 Deaths. Aired 11:30-12p ET
• President-elect Joe Biden to Nominate Pete Buttigieg as Transportation Secretary; Interview with Health Care Worker James Phillips as He Receives COVID-19 Vaccine; Sen. Mitch McConnell Acknowledges Election Results. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• FDA: No "Safety Concerns" With Moderna Coronavirus Vaccine; Majority Of Initial Pfizer Vaccine Shipments Go Out Today; U.S. Reports More Than 1.5 Million Cases During Past Week. Aired 11-11:30a ET
• U.S. Sets Another Record For Hospitalizations, More Than 100,000; Monday Vaccination Underway For Health Care Workers Across U.S.; Many In GOP Refuse To Admit Biden's Win. Aired 1-1:30p ET
• U.S. Sets Record Monday With 110,000-Plus COVID-19 Hospitalizations; FDA: "No Specific Safety Concerns" With Moderna COVID-19 Vaccine; Lawmakers Scramble To Strike A Stimulus Deal; Bipartisan Group Splits COVID-19 Relief Package Into Two Proposals; Mitt Romney: Trump's Attacks On Election Are "Simply Dangerous". Aired 12-12:30p ET
• Biden's Inauguration To Be At Capitol With Small Crowd; Despite Attacks, Barr Lavishes Praise On Trump In Exit Note; Doctor Shares Story Of Being Among First To Be Vaccinated; California Nurses Threaten Strike On Christmas Eve Over Poor Work Conditions; Clock Ticking For Congress To Fund Government, Pass COVID Relief. Aired 2:30-3p ET


December 14, 2020
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• First Vaccines will Arrive in All 50 States Monday; Japan and South Korea Seeing Huge Infection Spikes; Electoral College Meets Monday to Confirm Biden's Victory; Ivory Coast President Defends Actions After Election Win; Mexico's Vaccine Rollout to Begin Slowly; South African Scientists Cleaning Up Plastic Waste; TikTok Users in Support of COVID Vaccines. Aired 12-1a ET
• Pfizer's COVID-19 Vaccine Being Distributed to All 50 U.S. States; Record High Death Tolls in Europe Due to COVID-19; Japan and South Korea is Hit by Coronavirus Spike; Electoral College Meets Monday to Affirm Biden and Harris; Despite Solidarity Pledge, Rich Countries Buy Up Vaccines; Mexico's Vaccine Rollout To Begin Slowly; Cases On The Rise In Parts Of Latin American; Ivory Coast President On Controversial Third Term; First U.S. Deliveries Of Vaccine Expected Within Hours; U.S. Sets New Record For COVID-19 Hospitalizations; Massive U.S. Vaccine Rollout Begins; First Vaccine Will Arrive In All 50 States Monday as U.S. Nears 300,000 COVID-19 Deaths; JHU: 16.2 Million Plus Cases, Nearly 300,000 Deaths In U.S.; TikTok Users Spreading The Love On COVID Vaccines. Aired 2-3a ET
• Germany on Lockdown; London Tests its School Age Children; New Restrictions to be Implemented in South Korea and Japan; P.M. Johnson Keeps His Fingers Crossed; U.S. Receives its COVID-19 Vaccine; No Shortcut to Immunization; Electoral College to Certify Official Winners; Russian Hackers Infiltrate U.S. Government; Latinos Sent Biden to the White House. Aired 3-4a ET
• First COVID Vaccinations Ship Out; South Korea And Japan See Third Wave Of Virus In Record Weekend Surge; Record Number Of Patients In U.S. Hospitals On Day Vaccine Ship Out; First Wave Of Vaccines Expected Today At Hundreds Of Facilities Across America; Live CNN Coverage: Electors Certify 2020 Results Today; Massive U.S. Vaccine Rollout Begins; California Marks Third Straight Day of 30,000 New Cases; Indian Farmers Intensify Protests Against New Agriculture Laws; Ivory Coast President to Be Sworn in for Third Term; U.K. and E.U. Extend Talks, Say Deal Looks Unlikely; TikTok Users Spreading the Love on COVID Vaccines. Aired 1-2a ET
• First Vaccine Doses to Arrive in All 50 U.S. States Today; New York Hospitals Prepare to receive First Vaccine Shipments; Electoral College Votes Today to Confirm Biden Win; The Impact of Latino, Hispanic Voters on the Election; Authorities Investigating Security Breach of Government Networks. Aired 4-4:30a ET
• Germany to Enter "Hard" National Lockdown on Wednesday; Japan, South Korea See Major Infection Spikes; New Zealand Commits to Travel Bubble with Australia; Leaders in U.K. and EU Extend Talks but Warn "No-Deal" is Likely; Ivory Coast President to be Sworn in for Third Term; Meghan, the Duchess of Sussex Honors CNN Heroes. Aired 4:30-5a ET
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December 13, 2020
• U.S. Set to Kick Off Massive Vaccination Campaign; At least 23 Arrested during Washington Protests; Trump Not Moving beyond Election Loss; Republicans Rally Georgia Voters; Rural U.S. Vaccine Rollout an Icy Logistical Challenge; 2020 a Tough Year for British Prime Minister Boris Johnson; Gunmen Attack School in Northern Nigeria; Country Music Legend Charley Pride Dies at 86. Aired 2-2:45a ET
• U.S. Set to Kick Off Massive Vaccination Campaign; Parts of Europe Seeing Uptick in Infections; At Least 23 Arrested during Washington Protests; Trump Not Moving beyond Election Loss; Millions of Pfizer BioNTech Vaccine Ready to Ship; Final Day of E.U.-U.K. Negotiations; 2020 a Tough Year for British Prime Minister Boris Johnson; World Leaders Make Incremental Pledges at U.N. Summit; Massive Iceberg on Collision Course with Atlantic Island. Aired 3-4a ET
• Millions Of Pfizer BioNTech Vaccine Ready To Ship; U.S. Set To Kick Off Massive Vaccination Campaign; Parts Of Europe Seeing Uptick In Infections; Trump Not Moving Beyond Election Loss; U.K. ICU Nurse Describes Life On The Front Lines; Gunmen Attack School In Northern Nigeria; COVID-19 Can't Stop The Joy Of Seeing Santa. Aired 4-5a ET
• U.S. Set To Kick Off Massive Vaccination Campaign; Millions Of Pfizer BioNTech Vaccine Ready To Ship; Parts Of Europe Seeing Uptick In Infections; Trump Not Moving Beyond Election Loss; At Least 23 Arrested During Washington Protests; Republicans Rally Georgia Voters; Final Day Of E.U.-U.K. Negotiations; 2020 A Tough Year For British Prime Minister Boris Johnson; New Questions Over BBC's Interview With Princess Diana. Aired 5-6a ET
• Pfizer BioNTech Vaccine Approved By CDC; Staff At White House To Get Vaccinated; Electoral College Set To Confirm Biden On Monday; Department Of Commerce Confirms Security Breach. Aired 5-6p ET
• COVID Vaccine Gets The Final Greenlight And Rolls Out Of A Michigan Plant; Electoral College To Convene Monday And Affirm Biden's Win; Schumer Says Gang Of Eight Will Have Aid Package On Floor By Monday. Aired 3-4p ET
• Pfizer's COVID-19 Vaccine Shipping Out To All 50 States; High- Wire Logistics Leave Slim Margin For Error; Biden To Deliver Speech Monday Night On Electoral College; First Doses Of Vaccine Shipped As Virus Strains Hospitals, Claims Nearly 300,000 American Lives. Aired 2-3p ET
• Pfizer COVID-19 Vaccine Ships Out To All 50 States; UCLA To Receive Some Of California's First Vaccine Shipments; Combating Vaccine Misinformation As First Shipments Go Out; Millions Of Americans Face Homelessness If Eviction Ban Expires; America Facing A Worsening Food Crisis As Stimulus Talks Stall; COVID Vaccination Distribution. Aired 4-5p ET
• First Doses Of Vaccine Shipped As Virus Strains Hospitals, Claims Nearly 300,000 American Lives; Trump Says Bid To Overturn Election Not Over After Supreme Court Defeat; CNN Reporter Enters Vaccine Trial; Georgia's Senate Runoffs To Decide Course Of Biden's Presidency; Twelve Million Unemployed To Lose Aid After Christmas If Congress Doesn't Act. Aired 6-7p ET
• White House Staffers To Receive COVID Vaccine Ahead Of General Public; UPS, FedEx Distributing COVID Vaccine To Hundreds Of Sites; U.S. Commerce Department Confirms It Is Victim Of Data Breach; California Marks Third Straight Day Of Over 30K New Positive COVID-19 Cases; Interview With Rep. Ilhan Omar (D-MN). Aired 7-8p ET


December 12, 2020
• U.S. FDA Authorizes Pfizer BioNTech Vaccine; Interview with BioNTech CEO Ugur Sahin; Supreme Court Rejects Trump's Bid to Overturn Election; U.K. Prime Minister Projects "Strong Possibility" of No-Deal Brexit; Maskless Partiers Pack Mexican Beach; Poverty, Hunger Soar in Venezuela Because of COVID-19. Aired 2-2:45a ET
• U.S. FDA Authorizes Pfizer BioNTech Vaccine; Interview with BioNTech CEO Ugur Sahin; Supreme Court Rejects Trump's Bid to Overturn Election; London to Start Mass Testing Schools. Aired 3-3:30a ET
• U.S. FDA Authorizes Pfizer BioNTech Vaccine; Interview with BioNTech CEO Ugur Sahin; Supreme Court Rejects Trump's Bid to Overturn Election; London May Face Tougher COVID-19 Restrictions; South Korea Reports Highest Ever Rise in Daily Cases; Maskless Partiers Pack Mexican Beach; Argentina's Abortion Bill Heads to Senate; Poverty, Hunger Soar in Venezuela Because of COVID-19. Aired 4-5a ET
• FDA Issues Emergency Use Authorization for Pfizer and BioNTech Coronavirus Vaccine; CDC Advisory Committee to Meet and Vote on Vaccine Recommendations; Pfizer Facilities to Begin Shipping Vaccine to States Across U.S.; Vaccine Efficacy for Children Under Age 16 and Pregnant Women Uncertain; President Trump Criticizes Attorney General Bill Barr for Not Making Hunter Biden Investigation Public before Election; Supreme Court Rejects Texas Lawsuit Challenging Ballot Counting Process in Swing States; Army and Navy to Hold Annual Football Game; Young Entrepreneur Produces Fashionable Facemasks. Aired 10-11a ET
• FDA Issues Emergency Use Authorization For Pfizer And BioNTech Coronavirus Vaccine; CDC Advisory Committee To Vote On Vaccine Recommendations; Pfizer Facilities To Begin Shipping Vaccine To States Across U.S.; Supreme Court Rejects Texas Lawsuit Challenging Ballot Counting Process In Swing States; Protesters Demonstrate In L.A. Over Businesses Closing Due To Shutdown; Army-Navy To Hold Annual Football Game. Aired 2-3p ET
• FDA Authorizes Pfizer-BioNTech COVID-19 Vaccine For Emergency Use; Supreme Court Reject Trump's Bid To Overturn Elections; Hospitalizations And New Cases Hit Single-Day High In U.S.; Education Groups: Teachers Should Be A Priority For Vaccines; Congress Stuck On Stimulus Relief Amid Looming Shutdown Threat. Aired 12-1p ET
• FDA Vaccine Authorization Comes On Deadliest Day Of Pandemic In U.S.; CDC Advisers Meet On Whether To Recommend Pfizer's COVID-19 Vaccine; Pfizer Prepares For Massive Vaccine Rollout Operation; CEO Of Vaccine Developer BioNTech Speaks With CNN; Senate Runoff Races Draw Big Names To Georgia; Marvel Comic Book Celebrates This Year's Heroes: Nurses. Aired 1-2p ET
• CDC Vaccine Advisers Vote To Recommend Pfizer/BioNTech COVID-19 Vaccine In The U.S.; Biden To Travel To Georgia Tuesday Ahead Of Critical Senate Runoffs; CDC Director Issues Dire Warning As Coronavirus Deaths Rise; Letters To Santa Reveal COVID Toll On Children; Answering Viewers' Legal Questions In CNN's "Cross Exam"; Protests In California Over Stay-At-Home Orders As Cases Soar. Aired 4-5p ET
• CDC Advisers Meeting On Pfizer Vaccine; Vaccine Shipments To Begin Leaving Pfizer Kalamazoo Facility Tomorrow; Shipping Companies Tasked With Historic Vaccine Distribution; Supreme Court Rejects Trump's Bid To Overturn Election; Sarah Palin Campaigns For Georgia GOP Senate Candidates; Vaccine Side Effects; Army-Navy 121st Edition Of "America's Game"; Trump's Inner Circle Gets Full COVID-19 Care While Hospitals Ration. Aired 11a-12p ET
• CDC Vaccine Advisers Vote To Recommend Pfizer/BioNTech COVID-19 Vaccine In The U.S.; Richard Smith, FedEx Regional President Of The Americas & Executive V.P. Of Global Support, Discusses Shipping The COVID-19 Vaccine; Trump Raised Prospect Of Firing A.G. Bill Barr In Meeting Friday; Supreme Court Rejects Trump's And Texas' Bid To Overturn Election; Chances of Congress Reaching Stimulus Deal Before Christmas Slim. Aired 3-4p ET
• CDC Vaccine Advisers Vote To Recommend Pfizer/BioNTech COVID-19 Vaccine In The U.S.; Trump Raised Prospect Of Firing A.G. Barr In Meeting Friday; Trump Continues To Fight Election Lost After Supreme Court Rejects Trump's And Texas' Bid To Overturn Election; 126 GOP Lawmakers Signed Onto Texas' Lawsuit To Overturn Election; U.S.-Iran Tensions Rise On Nuclear & Cyber Fronts; Chinese Spying Operation Targeted Congress Members. Aired 5-6p ET
• Pfizer Expects Vaccine Shipments To Begin Rolling Out Sunday; Frontline Staff Provide Care, Compassion Amid Unfathomable Pain; CDC Vaccine Advisers Vote To Recommend Pfizer/BioNTech COVID-19 Vaccine In The U.S.; Georgia's Senate Runoffs To Decide Course Of Biden's Presidency; GA Republicans Battling Their Own Misinformation In Senate Runoffs; Fourteen Million Americans Face Eviction As Protections Expire. Aired 6-7p ET
• U.S. FDA Authorizes Pfizer BioNTech Vaccine; BioNTech CEO Ugur Sahin Says Celebrations On Hold Until More Work Is Completed on Vaccine; Supreme Court Rejects Trump's Bid To Overturn Election; London May Face Tougher COVID-19 Restrictions; Maskless Partiers Pack Mexican Beach; Historic Georgia Senate Runoff Ad Spending Tops $450 Million; CNN Correspondent Stephanie Elam Joins J&J Vaccine Trial To Encourage Minority Vaccinations. Aired 5-6a ET


December 11, 2020
• Did Not Air 3-4p ET
• FDA Panel Recommends Authorization of Pfizer Vaccine; U.S. Prepares for Vaccine Distribution Ahead of Authorization; Mexico Details Vaccination Program, Health Care Workers to Get First Priority; Latin America Races to Finalize Vaccine Distribution Plans; President Trump Pins Hopes on Dubious Texas Lawsuit; Israel, Morocco Normalize Relations with Help of U.S.; British PM: UK Should Prepare For No-Deal Exit; Stimulus Bill Deadlocked As Unemployment Claims Soar; Trump Ignores Virus, Focuses On Bogus Election Lawsuit; More Than 100 House Republicans Support Trump-Backed Texas Lawsuit Seeking To Invalidate Millions Of Vote; CDC Director: For The Next 60 To 90 Days - U.S. To Have More Deaths Per Day Than We Had In 9/11. Aired 2- 3a ET
• FDA Recommended Authorizing Pfizer Vaccine; U.S. Hit Record High Death Toll from COVID-19; U.S. Prepares for Vaccine Distribution Ahead of Authorization; European Countries Saw Increase in Coronavirus Infections; Trump's Last Effort to Overturn Election Results; Biden Taps Former Obama Officials to Fill in Key Roles; Congress Struggles with Stimulus Package; America's Restaurants Fight to Survive; Pandemic's Economic Toll on Millions of Americans as they Go Hungry, Jobless; Jordan Faces Fierce Second Wave; Many Ski Resorts Close Due COVID-19; U.K. Prime Minister Warns of No Deal with E.U. after Brexit. Nurses Feeling Overwhelmed, Depressed; CNN Heroes, An All-Star Tribute. Aired 3-4a ET
• U.S. Prepares for Vaccine Distribution Ahead of Authorization; FDA Panel Recommends Authorization of Pfizer Vaccine; E.U. Chief: Bridging Differences with U.K. is 'Difficult'; Trump Pins Election Hopes on Dubious Texas Lawsuit; Israel, Morocco Normalize Relations; Restaurants Struggling to Survive; Several European Ski Resorts Close Due to COVID-19; Sen. Sanders (I-VT) is Interviewed about Call to Vote on New Stimulus Checks. Aired 12-1a ET
• FDA Advisory Committee Green Lights Pfizer-BioNTech; Why 4 Experts On Independent Vaccine Panel Said No; 9/11 And Pearl Harbor American Deaths Dwarfed By COVID; 100 Republicans Now Back Trump's Texas Lawsuit; E.U. Trade Deal Hopes With Britain Fades; COVID-19 Misinformation Leads to Vaccine Hesitancy; U.S. Health Care Workers on the Brink Amid New Virus Surge; Saudi Arabia Approves Use of Pfizer's COVID Vaccine. Aired 1-2a ET
• FDA Now Considering Authorizing Pfizer/BioNTech Vaccine; New U.S. Jobless Claims Hit Three-Month High; U.S. Lawmakers Still at Impasse Over Stimulus Bill; President-Elect Joe Biden to Announce More Cabinet Picks; President Trump Pins Hopes on Dubious Texas Lawsuit. Aired 4-4:30a ET
• FDA Panel Recommends Authorization of Pfizer/BioNTech Vaccine; 2.9 Million Doses of Pfizer/BioNTech Vaccine Ready to Ship; Survey: 50 Percent of U.S. Nurses Feeling Overwhelmed; Parts of Europe Weigh Restrictions as Vaccines Roll Out; Britain Braces for No Deal Exit from European Union; Hong Kong Media Tycoon Jimmy Lai Charged Under National Security law. Aired 4:30-5a ET
• Airlines Prepare for Transporting Vaccine and Financial Problems; Frontline Workers First to get Vaccine; Rep. Debbie Dingell (D-MI) is Interviewed about Stimulus Talks; Army-Navy Game Moved to West Point. Aired 9:30-10a ET
• Congress Faces Government Shutdown; Interview with Restaurant Owners Calling for Restaurants Act Passage; Biden Announces More Nominees Today, Aims to Finish by Christmas. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• Pfizer Prepares to Ship Vaccines; Interview with Pfizer Vaccine Study Participant; Texas Lawsuit Waits on Supreme Court Ruling. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• FDA Decision on Pfizer Vaccine Imminent as COVID Cases Surge; 100-Plus GOP Reps Back Texas Suit to Undo Election Results in Four States; More States Issue New Restrictions, Stay-at-Home Orders. Aired 10-10:30a ET
• FDA Decision on Pfizer Vaccine Imminent after Panel Recommendation; Biden to Introduce more Cabinet Nominees and Senior Advisers Today; Congress Remains Paralyzed, Unable to Pass Relief Package. Aired 11-11:30a ET
• Soon, Biden to Introduce More Cabinet Nominees and Senior Advisors; Twin Disasters as Stimulus Talks Sputter Amid Shutdown Threat; 14 Million Families Face at Rick as Evictions Moratorium Expires; Senate Approves Defense Bill with Veto-Proof Majority in Rebuke to Trump; Army-Navy Game Moved to West Point Due to COVID Concerns. Aired 1:30-2p ET
• Hospitals Preparing for Delivery of Vaccines; Battle to Build Trust in Vaccine in Trump Country; Army-Navy Game Moved to West Point Due to COVID Concerns. Aired 11:30-12p ET
• Cuomo Bans Indoor Dining In NYC Starting Monday; CNN: Biden Does Not Feel Defensive About Cabinet Picks; New Tool Helps Organizations Shape Their COVID-19 Testing Strategy. Aired 12:30-1p ET
• FDA Decision on Pfizer Vaccine Imminent as COVID Cases Surges; FedEx and UPS Prep for Vaccine Delivery While Awaiting FDA Green Light; Government on Brink of Shutdown as Senate Fails to Pass Bill; Hundred-Plus GOP Representatives Back Texas Suit to Undo Election Results in 4 States; Airlines Play Critical Role in Distributing COVID Vaccine Worldwide. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• White House Orders FDA Chief to Authorize Pfizer's Vaccine Today or Resign; 12 Million Americans to Lose Unemployment Benefits by Christmas if Congress Doesn't Act; Heartbreaking Letters to Santa Reveal COVID Toll on Kids; Biden Cabinet Picks from Obama Administration Trigger Criticism; President-Elect Joe Biden Introduces More Cabinet Picks. Aired 2:30-3p ET
• First Americans Could Get Pfizer's COVID Vaccine within Days; Supreme Court Could Soon Rule on Unprecedented Election Lawsuit. Aired 1-1:30p ET
• CDC Director: Expect More Deaths Per Day Than 9/11 Over The Next Months; COVID-19 Crisis Deepens In U.S. Amid Wait For Vaccinations To Begin; Experts: Feds Not Prioritizing Vaccine For Hotspots "Turns A Blind Eye To Where The Pandemic Is Right Now"; GOP Republicans: Trump Conspiracies Are "Political Litmus Test For 2022"; Dr. Anthony Fauci: Vaccine Distribution "Up To The Local Health Officials". Aired 12-12:30p ET


December 10, 2020
• Did Not Air 3-4p ET
• U.S. COVID Death Toll Racing with Vaccine Release; Rich Countries Hoards Coronavirus Vaccine; FTC Slap Facebook with a Lawsuit; No Deal Done Yet for Brexit; President Trump Still Hoping to Win; Canada Authorizes Emergency Use of Pfizer Vaccine; Allergic Reactions on the Pfizer/BioNTech Vaccine on Two U.K. Nurses; Chinese Sinopharm Vaccine 86 Percent Effective; Mexico to Buy 35 Million Doses of Chinese Cansino Vaccine; Cars Line Up for Food in L.A. County; Cases and Hospitalizations on the Rise in the United States; Protest in Idaho Over COVID-19 Mandates; Trump Fixated on Election Results; Hong Kong Tightens Restrictions Amid Virus Resurgence; Denmark's Success in Fighting COVID-19; Basilica in Italy Pays Tribute to Nurses; SpaceX Test Flight Ends Hard. Aired 3-4a ET
• U.S. Awaits Green Light On Vaccine; Israel And Canada Among First Countries To Get Vaccine; Wealthy Nations Lock Up Vaccine Purchases; Breaking Up Facebook; Lawsuits Claim It's Just Too Big; Wednesday COVID Record: 3,000 Deaths, 106,000 In Hospital; U.K. Regulators And Companies Investigate Allergic Reaction To Vaccine; Trump Remains Focused on False Fraud Claims; Biden Pushes for Waiver for Defense Secretary Pick; Saudi Arabia is Changing Beyond Recognition. Aired 1-2a ET
• U.S. COVID Death Toll Racing with Vaccine Release; U.K. Warns Those with Serious Allergies to Avoid Vaccine; No Deal Yet for Brexit; Trump Backs Lawsuit to Invalidate Millions of Votes; Merkel Pleads with Germans to Reduce Social Contacts; Hong Kong Tightens Restrictions Amid Virus Resurgence; Denmark Clamping Down as Cases Rise; Key Witness Deposed D.C. Attorney General's Inauguration Lawsuit; Nevada Hospital Converts Parking Garage into Treatment Space. Aired 12-12:45a ET
• U.S. COVID Death Toll Racing with Vaccine Release; Rich Countries Hoarding COVID-19 Vaccines; No Deal Yet for Brexit; Trump Backs Lawsuit to Invalidate Millions of Votes. Hong Kong Tightness Restrictions amid Resurgence; Kindergarten Adapts to COVID-19 with Nighttime Learning. Aired 2-3a ET
• How Vaccines Will Be Distributed in Rural Areas of U.S.; Canada Authorizes Emergency Use of Pfizer Vaccine; Nevada Hospital Sets Up COVID Wing in Parking Garage; Health Board VS Anti-Mask Protesters; Dozens of U.S. States, Feds Sue Facebook. Aired 4:30-5a ET
• FDA to Review Pfizer Vaccine in Coming Hours; U.K. Investigating Two Apparent Allergic Reactions to Vaccine; Hunter Biden Says His Tax Affairs are Being Investigated; Trump Backs Lawsuit to Invalidate Millions of Votes; Trump Faces Criticism for Handling of U.S. Outbreak; Biden Lays Out Plan to Tackle COVID-19 Crisis; Trump Lashes Out at Germany's Response. Aired 4-4:30a ET
• FDA Panel Meets to Consider Authorization for Pfizer Vaccine; FedEx and UPS Awaiting Pfizer Vaccine for Distribution; FDA Panel Meeting to Consider Authorization for Pfizer Vaccine; Trump Asks Supreme Court to Invalidate Millions of Votes; Seventeen Other Attorneys General Rally Behind Texas AG Over Election Results Suit. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• Trump Asks to Invalidate Votes; Stimulus Talks Falling Apart. Aired 9:30-10a
• Interview with Sen. Robert Menendez (D-NJ); COVID-19 Pandemic Continues to Worsen; Interview with Airbnb CEO Brian Chesky. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• CNN: Biden Turns To Longtime Obama Advisers For Admin. Picks; Poll: 95 Percent Of Voters Want President & Congress To Work Together More Closely To Solve Important Problems; FDA Panel Meeting On Whether To Authorize Pfizer-BioNTech Vaccine. Aired 12:30-1p ET
• FDA Panel Meeting to Consider Authorization for Pfizer Vaccine; Poll Shows 63 Percent of Americans say They're Willing to Get a COVID- 19 Vaccine; Stimulus Talks Stall as Millions Desperate for Relief. Aired 10-10:30a ET
• Ellen DeGeneres Says She's Tested Positive for COVID-19; FDA Meets on Pfizer's Vaccine as U.S. Reports Deadliest Day; NYT: Trump & Friends Received Medical Treatment Others Could Not. Aired 1:30-2p ET
• Trump Asks U.S. Supreme Court to Invalidate Millions of Votes; New HHS Data Shows One in Three Hospitals Nationwide Topper 90 Percent ICU Capacity; Biden Makes Choice for Head of the V.A. Aired 11:30-12p ET
• FDA Set to Grant Pfizer Emergency Use Authorization; Texas Sues Four Battleground States Over Election; COVID-19 Pandemic Continues to Worsen. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• FDA Meets on Pfizer's Vaccine as U.S. Reports Deadliest Day; Biden's Team Meets with Operation Warp Speed Today, Tomorrow; Team Biden Responds to News of Federal Investigation into Hunter Biden's China Deals; Stimulus Talks Falling Apart as Millions Desperate for Relief; Americans' Financial Struggles Grow Amid Pandemic & Food Banks See Greater Demand. Aired 2:30-3p ET
• FDA Meets on Pfizer Vaccine as U.S. Reports Deadliest Day; Trump Joins Long Shot Lawsuit Aiming to Overturn Election. Aired 1- 1:30p ET
• Critical Vaccine Meeting As U.S. Sets Daily Death Record; Now: FDA Panel Meeting To Consider Authorization Of Pfizer Vaccine; Dr. Anthony Fauci: With Vaccine, Could See Some Normalcy By End Of 2021; Pence, Biden Campaign In Georgia Ahead Of Senate Runoffs; FDA Meeting Underway To Consider Authorization For Pfizer Vaccine. Aired 12-12:30p ET
• Now: FDA Panel Meeting to Consider Authorization of Pfizer Vaccine; States Prepare to Receive First Vaccine Doses; Trump Asks U.S. Supreme Court to Invalidate Millions of Votes. Aired 11-11:30a ET


December 09, 2020
• Did Not Air 3-4p ET
• FDA Says OK to Pfizer and BioNTech; Trump and Biden's COVID Approach Differs; Indian Farmers Don't Agree with Amendments; Racism Attack Suspend Champions League Match; Boris Johnson Hopes to Cut a Deal on Brexit; Biden Lays Out 100-Day Plan to Tackle COVID-19 in U.S.; President Trump Holds Vaccine Event in the White House; Trump Administration Passed on Offer to Buy More Vaccine Doses from Pfizer; Trump Continues to Deny He Lost Election; U.S. Supreme Court Denies Request To Overturn Results; Iran Plans to Import 42 Million Doses Of Vaccine; Power Cut for 74,000 Customers to Minimize Fire Danger; Boeing 737 Max Cleared for Take Off; GOL Airline to Resume Flights; China Freezing Out Frozen Food Blaming for the COVID-19 Outbreak. Aired 3-4a ET
• U.K. Celebrates First Vaccines; Can Boris Johnson Bring Home The Brexit?; U.S. Hospitals' Dramatic Admission Rates; Biden's 100 Million Vaccines In First 100 Days; Indian Farmers Protest Agricultural Laws; Trump Damaging Democracy With Unfounded Lawsuits; Day 2 of Vaccinating Elderly, Health Care Staff; Mexico to Give Health Workers Priority in Vaccine Rollout; China Claims COVID-19 Can be Imported in Frozen Food; Brazilian Airline GOL to Resume Passenger Flights; New China-Nepal Survey Reveals Mt. Everest's True Height. Aired 1-2a ET
• Biden Lays Out Plan to Tackle Outbreak of COVID-19 in U.S.; U.S. Tops 15 Million Cases and 104,000 Hospitalizations; Global Vaccine Rollout Now Underway; Trump Signs Executive Order Prioritizing U.S. for Vaccine; Trump Pressuring Republicans to Help Overturn Results; U.K. Pushes Ahead with Vaccine Rollout. Aired 4-4:30a ET
• U.S. Treasury Secretary Pitches $916 Billion Stimulus Deal; Most of California Locks Down Again as Cases Surge; Gym Owner Adapted to Virus by Moving Business Outdoors; Whistleblower Alleges Retaliation from Florida Government; New Threats to State Officials Amid Trump's False Fraud Claims; Democratic Lawmaker Receives Death Threats After Election Fraud Hearing; China Claims COVID-19 Can Be Imported in Frozen Foods. Aired 4:30-5a ET
• China Claims COVID-19 Can Be Imported in Frozen Food; New China-Nepal Survey Reveals Mt. Everest's True Height; First People Receive COVID Vaccine in U.K.; NYT: White House Declined to Buy Additional Pfizer Vaccine Doses. Aired 12-1a ET
• Poll: 55 Percent of FDNY Firefighters Wouldn't Get Vaccine if Offered One by the Department; Mayors in More than 2 Dozen Cities Join Initiative to Provide Stimulus Money to Some Residents. Aired 10:30- 11a ET
• U.K. in Day 2 of Vaccinating Elderly, Health Care Workers; Challenging Months ahead in the U.S., Officials Warn People to Stay Home for Holidays; China Blaming Frozen Food for COVID-19 Outbreak; Mexico Details COVID-19 Vaccine Distribution Program; Trump Holds Vaccine Event in the White House; U.S. Supreme Court Denies Request to Overturn Results; Cybersecurity Firm FireEye Hit by "State-Sponsored" Hack. Aired 2-3a ET
• Rolling out the Vaccine; Biden Lays out Pandemic Plan; Rep. Eric Swalwell (D-CA) is Interviewed about Stimulus; Protests in Boise over COVID; YouTube Removes Content; Boeing 737 Max Returns to Skies. Aired 9:30-10a
• Hospitalizations Soar to Record Levels Ahead of the Holidays; Two Cases of Allergic Reaction After Getting Pfizer Vaccine; FDA Advisory Committee Meets Tomorrow to Review Pfizer Vaccine Data; Supreme Court Rejects GOP's Attempt to Overturn Pennsylvania's Election Results; Texas Attorney General Sues 4 Battleground States Over Election Results; Futures Remain Flat Amid Stimulus Negotiations. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• Hospitalizations Soar to Record Levels Ahead of the Holidays; Supreme Court Rejects GOP's Attempt to Overturn Pennsylvania Election Results; New Jersey Charter School Offers Night Classes for Elementary Schoolers. Aired 10-10:30a ET
• Biden Announces Historic Defense Secretary Nomination; Operation Warp Speed: 2.9M Doses of Pfizer's Vaccines Ready To Go. 2 U.K. Health Workers Suffer Allergic Reaction to Pfizer's Vaccines. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• Trump Supporters Refuse To Accept Biden's Election Victory; Soon: Biden To Introduce Retired Gen. Lloyd Austin As Defense Secretary Pick; U.S. Cases Surge Ahead Of Pivotal Vaccine Approval Meeting. Aired 12:30-1p ET
• Supreme Court Rejects GOP's Request to Overturn Pennsylvania Election Results; Trump Insists Campaign Will Intervene in Texas Case Against Swing States; Warp Speed COO: I've Already Ordered Distribution of Syringes; 2 U.K. Workers Suffer Allergic Reactions to Pfizer's Vaccine; Biden Announces Historic Pick for Defense Secretary. Aired 1:30-2p ET
• FDA Meets Tomorrow to Consider Authorizing Pfizer's COVID Vaccine; Supreme Court Rejects GOP's Attempt to Overturn Pennsylvania Election Results; CNN Reports, First Lady Melania Trump Just Wants to Go Home. Aired 11:30-12p ET
• U.S. Cases Spike ahead of Pivotal Vaccine Approval Meeting; Idaho has Second Highest 7-day Positivity Rate in the Nation; NAACP Pushes Biden to Create Cabinet-Level Civil Rights Envoy. Aired 11- 11:30a ET
• FDA Holds Meeting on Vaccine Tomorrow as Cases, Deaths Rise; Biden to Introduce Historic Pick for Defense Secretary. Aired 1-1:30p ET
• Azar Attends Christmas Party As Task Force Warns Against Parties; Supreme Court Rejects GOP's Attempt To Overturn Pennsylvania's Election Results; Texas A.G. Sues Swing States To Block Biden Win; Can Companies Mandate Vaccinations For Employees?; Melania Trump "Just Wants To Go Home". Aired 2:30-3p ET
• Biden To Formally Introduce Pick To Lead Defense Department; Dr. Anthony Fauci: COVID-19 Is Real, The Numbers Are Absolutely Real; Alex Azar: "I Feel Safe" At White House Christmas Party; Biden Navigates Narrow Congressional Majorities Amid Cabinet Selection; House Majority Leader Hoyer "Concerned" Over Shrinking Democrat Majority. Aired 12-12:30p ET


December 08, 2020
• Did Not Air 3-4p ET
• 90-Year-Old Woman First to Receive Pfizer COVID-19 Vaccine; Iranian Scientist's Assassination is an Unsolved Mystery; Iran Threatens to Increase Uranium Enrichment; U.S. Lawmakers to Vote on Stopgap Funding as Coronavirus Aid Negotiations Continue; Trump Repeats False Claims U.S. Vote Was Rigged; Trump to Sign Executive Order to Prioritize Vaccine for U.S.; Mystery Illness in India; Remembering Young Mother Who Lost COVID-19 Battle; U.K. Kicks Off Vaccination Program; Ninety-Year-Old Gets the First COVID Vaccine; Hospitals in Caracas in Dire Situation; U.S. to Prioritize Americans First; Not the Time to Let the Guard Down; Boris Johnson Hammers Out Brexit Barrier. Aired 3-4a ET
• In Britain, It's V-Day - First Vaccinations Begin; Nationalized Health System Key To Better Vaccine Logistics; 1000,000 Patients In U.S. Hospitals Today; Japan, South Korea, Hong Kong Face New COVID Closures; Fakhrizadeh Assassination; On The Ground In Iran; India Awaits New Test Reports On Mystery Illness; U.K. Begins Giving First COVID-19 Vaccinations Tuesday; Shocking Conditions Revealed at Venezuelan Hospital; Texas Gospel Music Family Bounces Back from COVID; Pilot Who Broke the Sound Barrier Dies at 97. Aired 1-2a ET
• U.K. Begins COVID-19 Vaccinations; U.S. Adds 1 Million COVID-19 Cases in Five Days; Europe is Starting to Beat Surge; Maduro Allies Win Parliamentary Election; Shocking Conditions in Venezuelan Hospitals; Japan to Finalize New Stimulus Package; Trump Repeats False Claims U.S. Vote was Rigged; Blaze Still Poses Danger to Fraser Island Despite Rainfall; Jocelyn Benson, Michigan Secretary of State, is Interviewed about Pro-Trump Group's Screams Outside Her Home; Young Mom Loses Battle with COVID After Giving Birth. Aired 12-12:45a ET
• U.K. Administers First Dose of Pfizer's COVID-19 Vaccine; U.S. COVID-19 Hospitalizations Hit Record High; President-Elect Announces Key Members of Health Team; Trump Calls Election Officials in Swing States; Trump Repeats False Claims U.S. Vote was Rigged; U.S. Lawmakers to Vote on Stopgap Funding for Relief Talks. Aired 4-4:30a ET
• U.K. Begins COVID-19 Vaccinations; U.S. Adds 1 Million COVID-19 Cases in Five Days; Shocking Conditions in Venezuelan Hospitals; At the Scene of Iranian Nuclear Scientist's Assassination; Chuck Yeager, Fastest Man Alive, Dies at 97. Aired 2-3a ET
• U.K. Administers First Doses of Pfizer's COVID-19 Vaccine; New Restrictions in Germany as Cases Spike; U.S. Faces Vaccine Distribution Challenges; Shocking Conditions Uncovered Inside Venezuelan Hospitals; Chuck Yeager Who Broke the Sound Barrier Dies at 97. Aired 4:30-5a ET
• FDA Releases New Data on Pfizer's Vaccine Ahead of Critical Meeting; Operation Warp Speed Picked Six Vaccine for Portfolio; U.K. Gives First Doses of Pfizer COVID-19 Vaccine; Pennsylvania Governor Warns Hospitalizations are Reaching Critical Levels; Futures Lower Amid Concerns Over Stimulus Plan and Rising COVID Cases. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• FDA: Pfizer Vaccine is 95 Percent Effective 7 Days after Second Dose; World Watches as UK Gives First Doses of Pfizer COVID Vaccine; Biden to Nominate Retired Gen. Lloyd Austin as Defense Secretary. Aired 11-11:30a ET
• Trump Holds Call with Pennsylvania House Speaker; Biden Picks Austin for Defense; Mother Dies of COVID after Giving Birth to Son. Aired 9:30-10a
• Vaccine Chief: Right Time To Order More Doses Is Once Vaccine's Performance Becomes Known; FDA: Pfizer Vaccine Is 95 Percent Effective 7 Days After Second Dose; Texas Files Longshot Bid With The Supreme Court Asking Justices To Allow Lawsuit Against Battleground States; Wisconsin Dismisses Voting Machine Conspiracy Leveled In Lawsuit; GOP Leadership Rejects Resolution Saying Biden Is President-Elect. Aired 12:30-1p ET
• Joe Biden Likely to Nominate Lloyd Austin as Secretary of Defense; Congressional Republicans Push Trump to Avoid Conceding; Florida Police Raid Rebekah Jones' Home. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• FDA Says, Pfizer Vaccine Provides Some Protection after First Dose; World Watches as U.K. Gives First Doses of Pfizer COVID-19 Vaccine; U.S. Set to Surpass 15 Million Cases amid Record Hospitalizations. Aired 10-10:30a ET
• Trump Holds Multiple Calls with Pennsylvania House Speaker Over Election; 90-Year-Old U.K Woman First to Get COVID Vaccine; Los Angeles County School District Suspends All In-Person Tutoring, Childcare, Other Services. Aired 11:30-12p ET
• Live Coverage as President-elect Joe Biden Announces Health Team; Members Will Work to Restore Trust and Social Justice in COVID- 19 Fight; Live Coverage as Xavier Becerra and Vivek Murthy Announce Goals. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• Trump Calls PA House Speaker Amid Effort to Overturn Election; GOP Leadership Rejects Resolution Acknowledging Biden's Win; GOP Invites Discredited Vaccine Critic to Testify at Senate Hearing; Florida Police Raid Home of Former State COVID-19 Data Scientist; President-Elect Biden Announces Key Members of Health Team. Aired 1:30-2p ET
• Trump Plans To Issue Executive Action On Vaccine; California One Of Seven States Breaking Hospitalization Records; Trump To Sign Executive Order Prioritizing Americans For Vaccine; CNN: Biden Picks Retired General Lloyd Austin For Defense Secretary; U.K. Begins Giving First Doses Of COVID-19 Vaccine. Aired 12-12:30p ET
• FDA Releases New Data On Pfizer's Vaccine Ahead Of Critical Meeting; U.S. Sees Its Deadliest COVID-19 Week Since April. Aired 1- 1:30p ET
• President-Elect Biden Announces Key Members Of Health Team; Trump Repeats Election Falsehoods During Pandemic Briefing. Aired 2:30-3p ET


December 07, 2020
• Did Not Air 3-4p ET
• Rudy Giuliani Tests Positive for COVID-19; U.K. to Launch Biggest Ever Vaccination Program This Week; Seoul Tightens Distancing Measures as Cases Rise; E.U. Committee Voting Soon on Online Child Sex Abuse Law; Ashton Kutcher is Interviewed About E.U. Child Sex Abuse Law; Ossoff: Perdue Feels, and is Acting, Entitled to Your Vote; Finding Christmas Comfort During a Pandemic. Aired 12-12:45a ET
• World Prepares for the Vaccine; England Soon to Start Vaccination Program; South Korea Seeing a Constant Spike in Virus Cases; Germany Going in the Wrong Direction; Brexit Talks Revived in Britain; Hottest Weather Felt in November; Cases Surge Across the United States and Hospitals are Stretched Thin; Stay-at-Home Order for Most of California to Slow Down the Spread of the Virus; Trump Lawyer Rudy Giuliani Tests Positive for COVID-19; Balance of Power in U.S. Senate Rests on Election Runoffs in Georgia; Active Phase of Military Operation Over in Tigray. Aired 3-4a ET
• Rudy Giuliani Hospitalized for Testing Positive for Coronavirus; Spiking Coronavirus Cases in California Forces New Restrictions; Hope in the Horizon as COVID-19 Vaccine Nears; E.U. Privacy Rule and Risk of Online Child Sex Abuse; Trump Lawyer Rudy Giuliani Tests Positive For COVID-19; President-Elect Biden Plans To Ramp Up COVID-19 Testing; U.K. To Launch Its Biggest Ever Vaccination Program This Week; U.S. Senate Candidates Debate Ahead Of Critical Runoff; Republican Senators Try To Keep Seats, U.S. Senate Control; Control Of U.S. Senate At Stake In Next Month's Runoff; Biden To Name Pick For Health & Human Services Secretary; Biden Filling Out Ranks In Pandemic Response Team. Aired 2-3a ET
• Giuliani Hospitalized With COVID After Trip To Georgia; Restaurants In California Hit By New Restrictions; South Korean Military To Contact Trace As Fourth Wave Breaks; U.K. Launches Ambitious COVID Immunization Program; U.S. FDA Meets Thursday To Decide To Green Light Vaccine; U.S. Senate Candidates Debate Ahead of Critical Runoff; Biden to Name Pick for Health and Human Services Secretary; U.K. and E.U. Officials in Final Talks for Post-Brexit Deal; Finding Christmas Comfort During a Pandemic. Aired 1-2a ET
• Trumps Lawyer Rudy Giuliani Tests Positive for COVID-19; U.S. Senate Candidates in Georgia Debate Ahead of Critical Vote; Biden Picks Becerra to Lead Health and Human Service; Millions in California Now Under New Restrictions; Parts of U.K. Prepare to Roll Out Vaccine This Week; German State of Bavaria Faces Major New Restrictions; Dire Situations in Gaza, 30 Percent Surge in Positive Tests. Aired 4-4:30a ET
• Trump Lawyer Rudy Giuliani Tests Positive for COVID-19; Senate Candidates in Georgia Debate Ahead of Critical Vote; Tense Post-Brexit Trade Talks Resume as Deadline Looms; EU Committee Voting Soon on Online Child Sex Abuse Law; American Actor Ashton Kutcher Joins Fight Against Online Child Sex Abuse; Finding Christmas Comfort During a Pandemic. Aired 4:30-5a ET
• Loeffler Dodges Questions; Doug Heye is Interviewed about the Georgia Elections; United Kingdom Prepares for Vaccinations; Congress Races to Pass Bills. Aired 9:30-10a
• Jones Family Singers Survived COVID-19; Stimulus Negotiations Continue; Biden Team to Receive First Briefing Today. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• U.S. Breaking Records for Cases, Hospitalizations as Virus Rages; President-elect Biden Announces Key Members of Health Team; Rudy Giuliani Hospitalized after Testing Positive for COVID-19. Aired 11-11:30a ET
• Georgia Senate Runoffs; Stimulus and Spending Bill Negotiations; Trump Final Weeks. Aired 12:30-1p ET
• 33 Million in California Under New Stay-at-Home Orders; Source Says, Attorney General Barr Considering Leaving Post before Trump Exits Office; Five Members of Gospel Music Family Battle Coronavirus. Aired 10-10:30a ET
• American Airlines Prepares to Transport Pfizer's COVID-19 Vaccine; Moncef Slaoui Encourages Mandatory Vaccine For Some Jobs; Speculation Grows as Trump's Election Court Losses Continue. Aired 2- 2:30p ET
• Source: A.G. Barr Considers Stepping Down Before Trump Leaves Office; Some COVID Patients in South Dakota Flown Out of State as Hospitals Fill Up; Trump's Baseless Election Fraud Claims Dominate Georgia Debate; Congress Racing to Pass Defense, Spending & COVID Relief Bills. Aired 1:30-2p ET
• President-Elect Biden Reaches Out to Health Care Workers; Georgia Recount Results to be Certified Today Confirming Biden Win; Congress Racing to Pass Defense, Spending and COVID Relief Bills. Aired 11:30-12p ET
• 33 Million In California Under New Stay-at-Home Orders; Biden Unveils Health Team to Lead Pandemic Response; Rudy Giuliani Hospitalized After Testing Positive for Coronavirus; AG Barr Considers Leaving Post Before Trump Exits Office; Surgeon General: People are Spreading Coronavirus While Showing No Symptoms; HHS Secretary: FDA Could Authorize First Vaccine Within Days; Wall Street on Edge As Lawmakers Debate Stimulus. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• U.S. Reports 1 Million New Cases in Just Five Days; CNN Reports, Trump Campaign Legal Efforts May Be Coming to an End; Source Says, Barr Considers Stepping Down before Trump Leaves Office. Aired 1-1:30p ET
• Biden Announces Health Team To Tackle Pandemic; U.S. Setting Records For New COVID-19 Cases, Hospitalizations; Source: Trump Campaign Legal Efforts May Be Coming To An End; All Eyes On Georgia Ahead Of January Senate Runoffs. Aired 12-12:30p ET
• Dr. Reed Tuckson, Co-Founder, Black Coalition Against COVID-19, Discusses Distrust Of COVID-19 Vaccine Among Some African-Americans; Loeffler & Warnock Dodge Questions During Contentious Senate Debate; Congress Racing To Pass Defense, Spending & COVID Relief Bills; House Conservatives Urge Trump Not To Concede; NYC Opens Elementary Schools For In-Person Learning. Aired 2:30-3p ET


December 06, 2020
• Trump Holds Superspreader Rally in Georgia; Trump's Continuing Lies Could Hurt Georgia Senators; Biden Asks Congress for $900 Billion Relief Package; Millions in California Face New Stay-at-Home Orders; Portugal to Ease Restrictions for Christmas; Countries Prepare for Vaccine Rollouts; The Struggle of COVID-19 Long Haulers; Frontline Health Care Workers Suffer, Too; MLB Clubs Sue Insurance Firms for Lost Revenue; English Premier League Fans Return to Stands. Aired 2-3a ET
• Millions in California Face New Stay-at-Home Orders; Trump Holds Superspreader Rally in Georgia; Countries Prepare for Vaccine Rollouts; Hungary Opens Borders to Recovered COVID-19 Travelers; U.S. Adds over 1 Million New COVID-19 Cases in Five Days; Frontline Health Care Workers Suffer, Too; E.U.-U.K. Trade Deal Negotiations Resume; Nor'easter Triggers Bomb Cyclone. Aired 3-4a ET
• U.S. Adds Over One Million New COVID-19 Cases In Five Days; Trump Holds Superspreader Rally In Georgia; Countries Prepare For Vaccine Rollouts; What It's Like To Get A COVID-19 Vaccine; Georgia Runoffs Smash Election Spending Records; Trump Considers Pardons Before Exit; Germany Dealing With New Coronavirus Wave; Families Wrestle With Aftermath Of COVID-19. Aired 4-5a ET
• Trump Holds Superspreader Rally In Georgia; Millions In California Face New Stay-At-Home Orders; Trump's Continuing Lies Could Hurt Georgia Senators; Countries Prepare For Vaccine Rollouts; Trump Supporters Still Believe Election Was Stolen; Venezuelans Head To Polls To Elect New Assembly; Frontline Health Care Workers Suffer, Too; MLB Clubs Sue Insurance Firms For Lost Revenue; English Premier League Fans Return To Stands. Aired 5-6a ET
• Thirty-Three-Plus Million People In California Under Stay-At- Home Order; Loeffler And Warnock To Hold High-Stakes Debate For Georgia Runoff; White House Vaccine Chief Says He Expects FDA Panel To Recommend Pfizer Vaccine. Aired 3-4p ET
• Trump Lawyer Rudy Giuliani Has Coronavirus; Donald Trump Airs Grievance And Lies In Georgia; California Goes Into Lockdown; Slowed U.S. Job Market In November; Lisa Ling Investigates The Massage Parlor Industry In The U.S. Aired 5-6p ET
• New Stay-At-Home Orders In California; California Restaurant Owner Blasts New Shutdowns in Viral Video; WH Vaccine Chief: I Expect FDA Panel To Recommend Pfizer Vaccine; Health Care Workers Overwhelmed As COVID-19 Cases, Deaths Surge; Loeffler-Warnock Debate; American Airlines Resuming Boeing 737 MAX Flights This Month; U.N. Official Warns 2021 Is Literally Going To Be Catastrophic. Aired 2-3p ET
• Trump Attorney Rudy Giuliani Has Tested Positive For Coronavirus; California Restaurant Owner Blasts New Shutdowns In Viral Video; All Eyes On Georgia; CDC States Schools Are Safe To Return; CNN Heroes. Aired 4-5p ET
• New Surge Putting Health Care Workers Under Pressure; Doctor Talks about Experiencing "Long Haul" COVID; Trump's Election Fraud Claims could Hurt Georgia Senators. Aired 12-1a ET


December 05, 2020
• U.S. Hospitals Fear Deadliest Season Yet; Bahrain Approves Pfizer Vaccine; Georgia's Special Election; Trump's Continuing Lies; Thousands of Refugees Have Fled to Sudan from Ethiopia; Biden Acknowledges "Grim" Jobs Report; Bangladesh Forces Hundreds of Rohingya to Island. Aired 2-2:45a ET
• Trump Team Has No Vaccination Plan; U.S. Hospitals Fear Deadliest Season Yet; Scotland, Wales Begin Vaccinations on Tuesday; Georgia's Special Election; Trump's Continuing Lies; E.U.-U.K. Trade Deal Negotiations Paused; Monoliths Sparking Questions. Aired 3-3:30a ET
• New Wave of Coronavirus Cases Leading to Increased Deaths in U.S.; Regions in California Instituting Lockdowns to Reduce Coronavirus Spread; Tenants Across U.S. Facing Eviction Due to Job Loss and Economic Slowdown Related to Coronavirus Spread; President Trump To Campaign in Georgia for Senate Candidates in Runoff Elections; Barack Obama and Joe Biden Campaign in Georgia for Senate Candidates in Runoff Elections. Aired 10-11a ET
• U.S. Hospitals Fear Deadliest Season Yet; U.S. Stimulus Talks; Trump's Continuing Lies; Vaccination Centers Open across Moscow; Scotland, Wales Begin Vaccinations on Tuesday; Vaccine Hesitancy Could Be Biggest Challenge; Georgia's Special Election; Bahrain Approves Pfizer Vaccine; E.U.-U.K. Trade Deal Negotiations Paused; Holiday Spirit Reigns Despite COVID-19. Aired 4-5a ET
• U.S. Hospitals Fear Deadliest Season Yet; Trump's Continuing Lies; Biden Team Blocked From Meeting Pentagon Intel Officials; Scotland, Wales Begin Vaccinations On Tuesday; Vaccination Centers Open Across Moscow; Vaccine Hesitancy Could Be Biggest Challenge; Georgia's Special Election; E.U.-U.K. Trade Deal Negotiations Paused. Aired 5-6a ET
• Southern California Regions Could Face Stay-At-Home Orders; COVID-19 Leading Cause Of Death In U.S. This Week; Lawmakers Strike Optimistic Tone About Stimulus Negotiations; Trump To Hold Rally In Georgia; States Warn First Shipments Of COVID-19 Vaccine Will Fall Short; Normal Side Effects To Expect With COVID-19 Vaccines; NBA Player Loses Seven Family Members To COVID-19. Aired 11a-12p ET
• President Trump To Campaign In Georgia For Senate Candidates In Runoff Elections; President Trump Pushes Georgia Governor Brian Kemp To Persuade Georgia Legislators To Overturn Presidential Election Results; New Wave Of Coronavirus Cases Leading To Increased Deaths In U.S.; Coronavirus Pandemic Causing Widening Education Gap Affecting Low-Income Students And Students Of Color; Interview With Former Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid (D-NV); Judge Orders Trump Administration to Rollback Its Restrictions on DACA. Aired 2-3p ET
• More Americans Suffering And Dying Of COVID-19 Than Ever Before; Dr. Fauci: Parts Of U.S. Could Postpone Elective Surgeries As Hospitals Face Overwhelming Amount Of COVID-19 Patients; Bipartisan $908B Stimulus Deals Gains Support On Capitol Hill; Source: Trump Administration Blocked Biden Transition Team From Meeting With Pentagon Intelligence Agencies; Black, Latino Leaders Raise Concerns About Diversity In Biden Cabinet; PA Airport Acting As Receiving Area For COVID-19 Vaccines. Aired 12-1p ET
• Bipartisan $908B Stimulus Deal Gains Support On Capitol Hill; More Americans Suffering And Dying Of COVID-19 Than Even Before; Record 100,667 Americans Hospitalized, Concerns About Capacity; Former Sen. Barbara Boxer (D-CA) Discusses Fight Over Harris Senate Seat; Trump Supporters In Georgia Hold Onto Hope; Update On Coronavirus Responses Around The World. Aired 1-2p ET
• Trump Called Georgia's GOP Governor To Pressure Him To Get State's Election Results Overturned; Southern California Region Could Face Stay-at-Home Order if ICU Capacity Stays Below 15 Percent in the Region; Sources Say White House Has Held Multiple Pardon Meetings Since Election; Democrat Officials Ignore Their Own Advice on COVID Safety Measures; How Airlines Are Preparing to Transport the Coronavirus Vaccine. Aired 3-4p ET
• New Model Predicts 500,000-Plus Dead From Coronavirus By April; Trump Called Georgia's GOP Governor To Pressure Him To Get State's Election Results Overturned; Ten Million Californians Facing Stay-At- Home Order Tomorrow Night; CNN "Presidential Brief": Members Of Biden Transition Team Unable To Meet With Pentagon Intelligence Agencies; Trump Nominee For Senior Pentagon Position Spread Debunked Conspiracy Theories & Suggests Trump Should Declare Martial Law. Aired 4-5p ET
• Trump Called Georgia's GOP Governor To Pressure Him To Get State's Election Results Overturned; Distrust Of COVID-19 Vaccine In Some U.S. Minority Communities; Answering Viewers' Legal Questions in CNN's "Cross Exam"; Federal Judge Rules Trump Administration Must Reinstate DACA Program; Biden Wants to Stop Construction of Trump's Border Wall. Aired 5-6p ET


December 04, 2020
• Did Not Air 2-3a ET
• U.S. COVID Cases Breaks Record; Joe Biden to Mandate Use of Mask; Former Presidents to Take COVID vaccine on Camera; U.K. Prepares to Vaccinate Citizens; Iran Passed a Bill After Fakhrizadeh's Assassination; Israelis and Jews Warned of Iran's Retaliatory Attack; Australia and China in War of Words; Trump Meeting with Attorney General Contentious; Trump Repeats False Baseless Claims of Election Fraud; Biden and Harris Weigh in on Trump's Power to Pardon; U.K. has Four Weeks to Secure Trade Deal with E.U.; U.K. Fisherman Caught in Net of E.U. Politics; Warner Brothers Movies to Stream as They Drop in Theaters; Curious Koala Becomes A Christmas Tree Ornament. Aired 3- 3:45a ET
• U.S. Tops 14M Cases as Deaths, Hospitalizations Soar; Biden: 'I'd Be Happy' to Get a Vaccine Once It's Approved; Biden, Harris Promise an Independent Justice Department; Sources: Trump Meeting with Attorney General 'Contentious'; Iran Foreign Minister: Lifting Sanctions Can Undo Uranium Enrichment Law; Officials Ignore Their Own Advice on COVID Measures; India's Transport Union Supporting Protesting Farmers; English Fishermen Caught in Net of U.K. Politics; Woodward & Bernstein Weigh in on Trump's Final Days in Office. Aired 12-12:45a ET
• U.S. Posts New Records of COVID Cases and Deaths; Biden Will Ask for 100 Days of Mask Wearing; Trump Feuds with Attorney General Bill Barr Over Election; White House Holds Events, Holiday Parties Despite Pandemic; Two Georgia Runoff Races Will Determine Control of Senate; U.K. Exceed 60K Total Deaths as First Vaccine Doses Arrive. Aired 4-4:30a ET
• IHME Says, COVID-19 Leading Cause of Death in the U.S. This Week; Biden Responds to Pressure to Make Cabinet More Diverse; Economic Recovery Stalls as Pressure Builds to Pass New Stimulus Deal. Aired 10-10:30a ET
• CNN Exclusive: Clips From Tapper's Interview Of Biden And Harris; The United States As A World Leader, Let's Take A Step Back; Is Don Jr. The New Face Of The Base And Does Ivanka Has Political Designs?; Every 30 Seconds, Another American Loses Their Life To COVID; Fauci Welcomed As Biden's Medical Chief; COVID Pushes U.S. Family-Owned Businesses to Go Under; Biden: I have Asked DR. Fauci to Part of My COVID Team; Thousands of Farmers Protesting at New Delhi Borders; Tensions Heating Up Between China and Australia; Uncensored Sites Find New Followers. Aired 1-2a ET
• U.S. Economy Adds Just 245,000 Jobs in November as Jobs Engine Stalls; FDA Official Says, Pfizer, Moderna Coronavirus Vaccines Should Be Authorized Within a Week After Advisory Meetings. Aired 11:30-12p ET
• Biden: $900 Billion Stimulus is Good Start But Not Enough; Some Officials: Do As I Say, Not As I Do; Georgia's Secretary of State Relies on Faith Amid GOP Attacks; U.S. Intel Chief Warning China Looking to Dominate World; What's Next for Don Jr, Ivanka and Eric. Aired 4:30-5a ET
• California on the Brink of Regional Stay-at-Home Orders to Fight Virus Surge; Biden to Ask Americans to Wear a Mask for First 100 Days; Joe Biden: I'm Not Going to Get Involved in DOJ Investigations; Public School Enrollment Falling Nationwide During Pandemic. Aired 9- 9:30a ET
• Public School Enrollment Falls; Economic Recovery Stalls; Election Officials Face Death Threats. Aired 9:30-10a
• New Key Model Predicts 539,000 U.S. COVID Deaths by April; Biden to Call for 100 Days of Mask-Wearing on his First Day; Biden Vows to Keep Commitment on Diverse Cabinet. Aired 11-11:30a ET
• Interview with Sen. Bill Cassidy (R-LA); Vice President Pence and President Trump to Travel to Georgia; Interview with Riley Behrens, 23-Year-Old With COVID-19 Complications. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• Biden Faces Increasing Pressure To Diversify Cabinet; Californians Facing Stay-At-Home Orders Based On ICU Capacity; Pence In Georgia Today, Trump Holds Rally Tomorrow. Aired 12:30-1p ET
• Biden, Harris on Calls to Diversity Cabinet: We're Not Done Yet; Pelosi Defiant Over Handling of Stimulus: "Not a Mistake"; Many Black& Latino Americans Don't Trust Vaccine; Comedian Documents COVID Infection Online, Dies 2 Days Later. Aired 1:30-2p ET
• Biden Addresses Pandemic's Devastating Economic Impact; Biden Says We're Going to Need More Bipartisanship to Save Economy; Biden Says Very Bleak Without Another COVID Relief Package. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• Department of Health and Human Services to Launch National Vaccine Campaign; Joe Biden's Election Margin Tops 7 Million; Georgia Senate Elections Have Spent $320 Million in Advertising. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• Dr. Anthony Fauci: U.S. Has Not Hit post-Thanksgiving Peak Of Cases; States Face Deadline Today To Submit COVID-19 Vaccine Plans; Poll: 60 Percent Of Americans Now Say They Would Get COVID-19 Vaccine; Source: White House Has Held Multiple Pardon Meetings Since The Election; U.S. Economy Down 9.8 Million Jobs Since February. Aired 12- 12:30p ET
• Tenants Sue Trump for Alleged Scheme They Say Raised Their Rents; DOJ Bans White House Liaison from Building after Fishing for Secret Information; Michael Flynn Supports Calls for Martial Law and New Election; What Potential Pardons Tell Investigators in Trump's Cases; Trump Pentagon Nominee Spreads Debunked Conspiracies; Trump Administration Purging Another Pentagon Advisory Board; Nursing Home Responds to Investigation into 32 Deaths at Facility; California Parents Sue State, Feds over Remote Learning. Aired 2:30-3p ET
• US Sets New Records for New Cases, Hospitalization and Deaths; Miami-Dade Mayor Sends Dire Warning About Hospitalization Systems; Trump Intensifies Threat Not to Fund Troops Over Tech Beef. Biden And Harris On Calls to Diversify Cabinet: We're Not Done Yet. Aired 1- 1:30p ET
• Biden Delivers Address on Economic Crisis; Pandemic Raging. Aired 3-3:30p ET


December 03, 2020
• United Kingdom Starts its Vaccination Program; Healthcare Workers to Have the Vaccine First; U.S. Hits the Highest Coronavirus Death Toll; Healthcare Workers Pleas the Public to Obey Rules; Russia Has Vaccinated 100,000 Individuals with Sputnik V; Bill Barr Frustrates Trump; Biden Calms Small Business Owners; U.K.'s Rapid Vaccine Approval Problematic; Nurse Makes Plea After Family's Deadly COVID-19 Outbreak; Biontech CEO, This is the Start of the End of the Pandemic; U.K. Health Official Urging Public to take Vaccine; South Korea Holds College Entrance Exams Amid Pandemic; United Nations Chief Warns our Planet is Broken; Weekly U.S. Jobless Report Due in Coming Hours; France's Valery Giscard d'Estaing Dies At 94. Aired 3-4a ET
• U.S. Deaths and Hospitalizations Hit Record Levels; Devastating Toll on Frontline Workers; U.S. Vaccine Authorization Could Come this Month; Russian Official: 100,000+ Sputnik-V Vaccinations So Far; Sources: Trump Frustrated with Barr After Election Comments; President Considering a Flurry of Pardons; Biden Pushes Congress to Adopt COVID Relief Bill. Aired 4-4:30a ET
• U.S. Hits Worst Coronavirus Death Toll; United Kingdom Starts Vaccination Program; Ivanka Trump Deposed in D.C. AG's Inauguration Lawsuit; U.S. Probing Potential Bribery, Lobbying Scheme for Pardon; Source: Expect a "Flurry" of Pardons before Trump Leaves Office; BioNTech CEO: This is the Start of the End of the Pandemic; Frontline Health Care Workers Open Up About Struggles; South Korean Students Take College Exams; Source: Trump Advisors Say He Can Pardon Himself, His Family; Source: Trump Inaugural Event Under Discussion. Aired 12- 12:45a ET
• Understanding COVID-19 Vaccines and Potential Side Effects; BioNTech CEO: This is the Start of the End of the Pandemic; Vaccines Face Misinformation Campaign on Social Media; Frontline Healthcare Workers Open Up About Struggles; U.S. Withdrawing Embassy Personnel from Baghdad; Diehard Supporters Say Trump was Cheated. Aired 4:30-5a ET
• U.S. Hits Worst Coronavirus Death Toll; United Kingdom Starts Vaccination Program; Trump Escalates Baseless Attacks on Election with 46-Minute Video Rant; Biden Calms Small Business Owners; U.S. Withdrawing Embassy Personnel from Baghdad; South Korea Holds College Entrance Exams amid Pandemic; China's Lunar Probe Ready to Come Home. Aired 2-3a ET
• Trump Erupts at Attorney General in Meeting?; White House Holding Meetings on Presidential Pardons; U.S. Hits Record COVID-19 Daily Death Toll. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• Jobless Numbers for Last Week; Millions Struggle as Congress Fails to Reach a Deal; Raffensperger on Election Attacks; Iran Boosts Uranium Enrichment; Temporary Withdrawal of Baghdad Embassy. Aired 9:30-10a
• COVID-19 Vaccine Trial Participant Explains Experience; Bill Barr's Meeting With President Trump Reportedly Contentious; Interview with Gov. Ned Lamont (D-CT). Aired 10:30-11a ET
• U.S. Reports Deadliest Day in Pandemic; President Trump Silent as Deadly Pandemic Rages Out of Control; Source: Trump and Barr had a "Contentious" Meeting at the White House This Week; Biden Faces Increasing Pressure to Diversify His Cabinet. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• U.S. Reports Deadliest Day in Pandemic, Record Hospitalizations; Civil Rights Groups Push to Meet with Biden to Discuss Future of Cabinet Nominations; Former Presidents Volunteer to Publicly Get Vaccine, Fill Leadership Vacuum. Aired 10-10:30a ET
• Biden Faces Increasing Pressure To Diversify His Cabinet; L.A. Mayor: "Time To Hunker Down, It's Time To Cancel Everything"; Conservatives Flock To Parler, Accuse Facebook, Twitter Of Censorship. Aired 12:30-1p ET
• Are Trump Allies Sabotaging Republicans in Georgia Runoffs?; Trump's Praise of QAnon in GOP Meeting Met with Silence; Echoes of McCarthyism: GOP Senators Didn't "Wait for the Process to Play Out" in 2016; Austin, TX, Mayor Told People to Stay Home as He Vacationed with Family; Couple Arrested after Testing Positive and Flying Home Anyway. Aired 1:30-2p ET
• Vaccine Trials for Younger Kids Could Begin Early 2020; Delay in COVID Vaccine for Kids Could Impact Next School Year; Hypocrisy Erupts as Party Leaders Fail to Head Their Own Advice; California Issues Stay-At-Home Order Linked to ICU Capacity; Funeral Homes Crushed by Demand as COVID Deaths Skyrocket. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• Colorado Family Business Crippled by COVID on Brink of Closing; Kansas City, Kansas Schools Move In-Person Start Date to April; GOP Braces for Trump Georgia Rally Ahead of January Runoffs. Aired 11:30- 12p ET
• Record Day For COVID: 2,600 Deaths Wednesday; 450,000 American Deaths Projected By February; U.K. Expects To Begin Vaccinations Next Week; White House Sidesteps Questions On Barr, Pardons And Trump 2024; Civil Rights Lobby Demands Diversity In Biden Cabinet; E.U. Lawmaker: U.K.'s Rapid Vaccine Approval "Problematic"; Interview with BioNTech CEO; South Korea Holds College Entrance Exams Amid Pandemic; U.S. November Jobs Report to Be Release Friday; U.N. Chief Warns "Our Planet is Broken". Aired 1-2a ET
• Interview with Tampa Bay Times Staff Writer Leonora LaPeter Anton; Former U.S. Presidents May Take Vaccine on Camera; Rudy Giuliani's Pardon Rumors Raised by Michigan State Legislature. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• 2,804 Reported Dead from COVID, the Most in Single Day of Pandemic; Biden Taps Ex-Obama Official as Coronavirus Coordinator. Aired 1-1:30p ET
• White House Refers to Vaccine as "The Trump Vaccine"; Pompeo Ignores Experts, Invites Hundreds to Holiday Parties as People & Businesses Under Restrictions; Warner Brothers to Stream All Films While They're in Theaters in 2021; Moderna COVID-19 Vaccine Trial Volunteer Describes Side Effects; New CNN Film "PRESIDENT IN WAITING" Debuts Saturday; Warnings from Experts as U.S. Passes 14 Million COVID Cases. Aired 2:30-3p ET
• U.S. Sets Records For COVID-19 Deaths, Hospitalizations; Government Plans To Issue COVID-19 Vaccination Record Cards; Congressional Hispanic Caucus Urges Biden To Pick Diverse Cabinet; Trump Speaks As He Continues To Fight Election Results; Biden Faces Increasing Pressure To Diversify His Cabinet. Aired 12-12:30p ET
• U.S. Reports 2,804 Deaths Wednesday, All-Time High for Pandemic; California Governor Weighing more Restrictions as Cases, Hospitalizations Rise; CVS, Walgreens Prepare to be First in U.S. to Administer Vaccine. Aired 11-11:30a ET


December 02, 2020
• U.K. Approves Use of COVID Vaccine; CDC Released on Who Gets the Vaccine First in the U.S.; Healthcare Workers Exhausted of the Pandemic; China Ramping Up Vaccine Deliveries; President Trump Thinks of Preemptive Pardons; U.K. Approves Pfizer/Biontech COVID Vaccine for Use; World Bank Warns of Arduous and Prolonged Depression; Conflict in Ethiopia Could Turn Into Guerilla War; Biden Unveil Economic Team Saying Help is on The Way; Biden Nominates Janet Yellen for Treasury Secretary; Bipartisan Senate Group Drafts COVID Relief Bill; Tensions Rise as Georgia Senate Runoff Nears; Young Georgia Voters Rally For Runoff. Aired 3-4a ET
• CDC Decides Who Will Get The First Vaccines; Barr's Statement A Blow To Trump's Fight; Pfizer Vaccine Out For Delivery December 15th; Airlines Partially Freeze Passenger Travel To Transport Cold Vaccines; Presidential Presidential Pardons May Be Being Bought; U.S. Senators Spar Over COVID Relief Measures; Pro-Democracy Activists Face Sentencing in Hong Kong; Communication Blackout Hard on Refugees, Aid Missions; ICU Nurse Loses Husband and Mom to COVID-19; Investigation into Diego Maradona's Death; K-Pop Stars Allowed to Postpone Military Service. Aired 1-2a ET
• U.K. Approves Pfizer/BioNTech COVID Vaccine for Use; First Shipments of Pfizer Vaccine to Be Delivered December 15 in U.S.; U.S. Hospitals Reporting Surge in Cases; Biden Taps Janet Yellen as U.S. Treasury Secretary; U.S. Attorney General Bill Barr Says No Widespread Election Fraud; Georgia Voters Weary of Political Ads Ahead of Runoff; What to Know About Getting the Vaccine. Aired 4-4:30a ET
• What to Know About Getting the Vaccine; How Pandemic is Taking Toll on Health Care Workers; U.K. Approves Pfizer/BioNTech COVID Vaccine for Use; Exclusive Look Inside Vaccine Transport Facility; U.S. Attorney General: No Widespread Election Fraud; Family Facing Difficult Choices to Protest Their Child. Aired 4:30-5a ET
• U.N. Refugees High Commissioner: Ethiopian Refugees Want to Return Home; Massive Bushfire Threatens Unique Australian Ecosystem; Trump Supporters in Georgia Hold Onto Hope; China Preparing for Large- Scale Vaccine Distribution; England Moves Out of Lockdown. Aired 12-1a ET
• COVID Crisis; Will President Trump Pardon Family?; Britain Approves COVID-19 Vaccine. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• China Preparing for Large-Scale Vaccine Distribution; Inside a German Vaccination Center; U.K. Approves Pfizer BioNTech COVID-19 Vaccine; U.S. Justice Department Investigating Potential Presidential Pardon Bribery; Hong Kong Pro-Democracy Activists Face Sentence; World Bank Warns of Prolonged Lebanese Depression; U.N. Urging Ethiopian Government to Allow Access to Refugees. Aired 2-3a ET
• States Face Deadline for Vaccine Plans; Trump Supporters Hold on to Hope; Biden Faces Pressure on Picks; Students Suffering from Shutdowns. Aired 9:30-10a
• Interview with Rep. Josh Gottheimer (D-NJ) and Rep. Tom Reed (R-NY); COVID-19 Takes Greater Toll on Health Care Workers; Pressure on Joe Biden to Increase Minority Appointees Grows. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• U.K. Approves Pfizer Vaccine, will Begin Rolling out Doses Next Week; CNN Reports, Trump has Discussed Pardoning Giuliani, Three Eldest Children and Jared Kushner; L.A. County Shatters Records in Worst Day of Pandemic. Aired 10-10:30a ET
• Sen. Doug Jones (D-AL) Is Interviewed About Sen. McConnell's $908 Billion Stimulus Plan Shut Down; U.K. Is First Country To Approve Pfizer COVID Vaccine; Sen. Armed Services Chief: Congress Will Defy Trump's Veto Threat On Defense Bill. Aired 12:30-1p ET
• Trump Raises Over $170 Million Since Election Day with Baseless Claims; Democratic Officials Caught Not Following Their Own Coronavirus Guidelines; McConnell, Democratic House Leaders in Talks on Stimulus Deal; The Most Important Relationships in Congress Critical for Biden Early in His Administration. Aired 1:30-2p ET
• UK Approves Pfizer Vaccine, Will Begin Rolling Out Doses Next week; U.S. Reports Nearly 2,600 Deaths, Second Deadliest Day in a Pandemic; CDC Panel to Decide on Who Should Get Vaccine First; Trump has Discussed Pardoning Giuliani, 3 of His Children and Jared Kushner; DOJ Investigates Potential Bribery Scheme for Trump Pardon; U.S. States Faces Friday Deadline to Submit COVID-19 Vaccine Plans. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• Record Number of Americans Currently Hospitalized with COVID; Soon Biden Will Meet with Small Business Owners Amid Pandemic Plan; Georgia Official Says to Trump, Stop Inspiring Death Threats; Trump Threatens to Veto Military Bill to Punish Tech Giants; Ravens-Steelers Game Finally Underway after Three Delays; Two Republican Congress Members Test Positive for COVID. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• Trump Threatens to Veto Major Defense Bill if Congress Doesn't Revoke Protections for Social Media Companies; Airlines Prepare to Begin Shipping First Batches of Vaccine; Ravens and Steelers to Play This Afternoon After Three Delays. Aired 11:30-12p ET
• CDC Director Robert Redfield Predicts 450,000 U.S. Deaths by February; New Details Emerge About Trump's Pardoning Plans; Interview with Arizona Secretary of State Katie Hobbs. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• U.K. To Begin Vaccinating Thousands Of People Next Week; CNN: Trump Discussing Pardons For Adult Children, Son-In-Law; FDA Chiefs Meets Again With White House Chief Of Staff; Senator Doug Jones On COVID Relief, Political Division In U.S.; CNN: New Mexico Governor Is Leading Contender For HHS Secretary. Aired 12-12:30p ET
• U.K. Approves Vaccine, Will Begin Rolling Out Doses Next Week; CDC Panel: Health Workers, Nursing Homes Should Get Vaccine First; Source: Trump Discussing Preemptive Pardons. Aired 11-11:30a ET
• U.K. Becomes First Nation To Approve Vaccine; CDC Chief Says, Next Three Months Most Difficult In U.S. Health History; Warp Speed Chief Says, 100 Million Americans May Be Vaccinated By February; Biden Now Ahead In Popular Vote By Nearly Seven Million Votes. Aired 1-1:30p ET
• Doctors Raise Concerns About Vaccinating Long-Term Care Patients First; Trump Using Military Funding In Threat Against Tech Giants; Obama Cautions Activists Against Using "Defund The Police" Slogan; Obama: Democrats Need To Make Room For New Voices In Party; Biden's Team Narrows List For Next HHS Secretary. Aired 2:30-3p ET


December 01, 2020
• Moderna's COVID Vaccine with Promising Results; Vaccine Will be Out in a Matter of Weeks; U.K. Voting for New Coronavirus Restrictions; Outrage Felt in Paris Over Unlawful Bill; Iran Assumes High-Tech Weapon Killed its Top Scientist; President-Elect Receives First Intelligence Briefing; Biden Weighing Picks for Defense Secretary and CIA Director; Debate Over Oil Production Cuts; Investigator Claims Negligence in Maradona's Death; F1 Driver Hails Safety Technology for Saving His Life; Kaavan, Loneliest Elephant's Journey to a New Life. Aired 3-4a ET
• CNN Exclusive: COVID, What Did China Know And When?; Assassination Of Mohsen Fakhrizadeh: What Now, Iran?; Immunizing America: Logistics And Public Confidence; U.S. COVID Cases: A Day Makes No Difference, Numbers Are Up; Trump Sees Writing on the Wall; COVID-19 Drives a Wedge between OPEC Plus Countries; Violence Against Women Has Escalated During Pandemic; F1 Driver Hails Safety Technology for Saving His Life. Aired 1-2a ET
• Moderna Following Pfizer in Bid for FDA Authorization; Experts Warn of Major Spike in Cases After Thanksgiving; CDC Panel Set to Vote on Who Gets Vaccine First; U.K. Parliament to Vote on Regional COVID- 19 Tiers; Yellen Nominated for Treasury Secretary; President-Elect Gets First Intelligence Briefing. Aired 4-4:30a ET
• Chinese Documents Show Early Mishandling of COVID-19; CDC Committee to Decide Who Gets Vaccine First; European Countries to Ease Lockdown Measures for Holidays; Women Take Key Roles on Biden's Communication Team; Yellen Appeals to Both Dems and Republicans; Experts Question Claims Iran Scientist Killed Remotely; Kaavan the Elephant Arrives at New Home in Cambodia; NYT: Justice Department Examined Sen. Perdue's Stock Trades; Senate Candidate Jon Ossoff (D) is Interviewed about Perdue Stock Allegations; Trump COVID Advisor Who Pushed Herd Immunity Theory Resigns. Aired 12-12:45a ET
• Chines Documents Show Chaotic Early COVID-19 Response; Experts Question Claims Iran Scientist Killed Remotely; Germany Setting Up Vaccination Centers; Irish Family Shares Video of Life Under Lockdown. Aired 4:30-5a ET
• Chinese Documents Show Early Mishandling of COVID-19; Turkey Reports Eighth Straight Day of Record Deaths; European Countries to Ease Lockdown Measures for Holidays; Biden Receives First Intelligence Briefing; Cuba Wants Biden's Help Combating Drug Trafficking; CDC Committee to Decide Who Gets Vaccine First; One Family's Diary of Ireland's Lockdown. Aired 2-3a ET
• Biden Names Economic Team Today As Millions of Americans Struggle; Trump Asks Head of FDA Why Agency Hasn't Approved Vaccine Yet; California May See New Restrictions Due to Rising COVID-19 Cases; Florida Set to Surpass One Million COVID-19 Cases; CDC Panel Meeting Today to Decide Who Gets Vaccine First. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• FDA Chief at White House; GOP Silent on Election Outcome; Couple Shares their COVID-19 Story; Leaked Chinese COVID-19 Documents; U.S. Sets new COVID Record. Aired 9:30-10a
• Who Will Get Vaccine First?; Trump Pressuring FDA to Approve Vaccine Faster?; Attorney General Bill Barr Finds No Evidence of Widespread Voter Fraud. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• Interview with Miami Beach Mayor Dan Gelber (D); President Trump Continues Raising Money; Family Faces Homelessness After Protecting Daughter. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• Fed Chair: Outlook For The Economy Is "Extraordinarily Uncertain"; WH Meets With FDA Chief As Trump Presses For Vaccine Approvals; Biden Braces For Battle To Get Nominees Through Senate. Aired 12:30-1p ET
• Biden Unveils Economic Team Tasked with COVID Recovery. Aired 1:30-2p ET
• States Must Finalize Vaccination Plans by Friday; Bill Barr States No Evidence of Fraud That Could Change the Election; Barr Appoints Special Counsel to Investigate 2016 Presidential Campaign Investigators; With No Stimulus Deal COVID Relief Programs End December 31. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• U.S. Sets New Record with Nearly 100,000 Hospitalized with COVID-19; FDA Commissioner Summoned to White House for Meeting Today; Today, Biden Names Economic Team as Millions of Americans Struggle. Aired 10-10:30a ET
• FDA Commissioner Stephen Hahn to Meet at White House Today; Trump Continues Filing Lawsuits; President Trump and Vice President Pence Plan Georgia Events. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• Georgia Ad Spending Crosses $300 Million, Most in Senate Race History; Attorney General Bill Barr Finds No Evidence of Widespread Voter Fraud; Brownstein: GOP Silence on Trump's Fraud Claims Echoes McCarthyism; Cornyn Is Latest Republican with Trump Amnesia; Coronavirus Throws NFL into Chaos. Aired 2:30-3p ET
• U.S. Sets New Record with Nearly 100,000 COVID-19 Hospitalizations; Oklahoma Nurse Loses Husband and Mother to COVID Three Days Apart; Germany Begins Construction of First Mass Vaccination Center. Aired 11:30-12p ET
• Health Care Providers Likely To Get Vaccine First; White House Meets With FDA Chief As Trump Pressure For Vaccine Approvals; Dr. Scott Atlas Resigns From White House COVID-19 Task Force; CNN: Team Trump Has Sent 400 Fundraising E-mails And 125 Fundraising Text Messages Since Election Night; Soon: Biden, Harris Introduce Economic Team. Aired 12-12:30p ET
• Biden Unveils Economic Team Tasked with COVID Recovery. Aired 1-1:30p ET
• Soon: Biden Introduces Economic Team As Millions Of Americans Struggle; Soon: CDC Panel Votes On Who Will Get Vaccine First; Right Now: FDA Chief At White House As Trump Asks Why Agency Hasn't Authorized Vaccine Yet. Aired 11-11:30a ET


November 30, 2020
• Wisconsin's Recount Confirms Democrat's Victory; President Trump Still Spouts False Claims; Biden to Formally Name Key Members of Economic Team; At Least 110 People were Killed in an Attack on Nigeria Villagers; Saudi Women's Rights Defender Sent to Terrorism Court; World's Loneliest Elephant Gets New Home Thanks to Cher; Women Power Joins Biden Team; Travelers Flock on Thanksgiving; Top Priorities in U.S. Will Be Vaccinated Soon; Japan's COVID-19 Cases Increasing; Nuclear Mastermind Killed in Iran. Aired 3-4a ET
• Assassinated Iranian Nuclear Scientist to Be Buried Monday; COVID Cases Climb in Japan, South Korea; European Countries Evaluate Lockdown Measures; Trump Spouts False Claims in First Interview Since Election; Biden to Name Three Women to Economic Team; Ethiopia to Open Humanitarian Corridors; 'World's Loneliest Elephant' Gets New Home Thanks to Cher. Aired 12-12:45a ET
• Historical All-Female White House Communication Team; Trump's False Claims in Fox News Interview; U.S. Health Officials Warns Surge in COVID-19 Cases in December; Iran's Top Nuclear Scientist Assassinated; Iran Vows Revenge For Killing Of Top Nuclear Scientist; Iran's Parliament Met To Discuss Killing Of Nuclear Scientist; U.S. Futures Fall As Historic Month Wraps Up. Aired 2-3a ET
• COVID Now Killing One American Every Minute Of Every Day; Alarming Surge In California, Cities Set New Restrictions; South Korea, Japan And Hong Kong - Another Wave; Biden's Communication And Economic Teams: Women Take Key Roles; Iran's Top Nuclear Scientist Laid To Rest, What Lies Ahead?; Dozens Missing after Brutal Attack on Farming Community; Mekelle Hospitals Low on Supplies, Body Bags; Saudi Women's Rights Defender Sent to Terrorism Court; Cuba Wants U.S. to Rejoin Fight on Drug Trafficking; World's Loneliest Elephant Gets New Home. Aired 1-2a ET
• Moderna to Apply for FDA Authorization for Its Vaccine Today; Biden Set to Receive First President's Daily Intel Briefing; Florida Close to Hitting 1 Million Coronavirus Cases. Aired 10-10:30a ET
• Experts Fear Post-Thanksgiving COVID-19 Surge; U.S. Holiday Travelers Urged to Get Tested for COVID-19; California Sees Record Hospitalizations Sunday; CDC Committee to Decide on Tuesday Who Gets Vaccine First; President-Elect Biden Names All-Female Communications Team; Trump Spouts False Claims in First Interview Since Election. Aired 4-4:30a ET
• President-Elect Biden To Unveil Economic Team; TX Family Warns Against Gathering After 15 Contract Covid-19; Trump Campaign Saturday In Georgia Ahead Of Key Senate Races; GOP Walks Tightrope As Trump Continues Claims Of Election Fraud; Moderna To Apply For FDA Authorization For Its Vaccine Today. Aired 9:30-10a ET
• COVID-19 Cases Rise in Florida and Los Angeles; Seven States Certify Election Results Today; NFL Increasingly Hampered by COVID-19 Cases. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• Trump Still Refusing to Concede Election; Biden Names Economic Team; COVID Surge Expected. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• Biden Announces All-Female Senior WH Communications Team; FL Gov: Schools Will Remain Open For In-Person Learning; Trump Spars With Top Georgia Republicans Over November Vote. Aired 12:30-1p ET
• Expect Widespread Vaccine Distribution in Spring; President- elect Biden Names Economic Team; Janet Yellen Nominated as Treasury Secretary. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• Fantastical Force: Trump's Election Lies Enables by FOX, Many in GOP; Curt Soehl, (D), Vice Chair, Sioux Falls City Council Discusses Experts Saying Dakotas Have Worst COVID Rates in World, Governor Not Issuing Statewide Mask Mandate; GOP's Baseless Fraud Message Beginning to Backfire in Georgia; New York Police Shut Down Illegal Club Hosting Hundreds of Partygoers; Arizona Certifies Biden's Win as Giuliani Pushes His Claims in State. Aired 1:30-2p ET
• NYC Mayor Backtracks, Some Schools to Reopen Next Week; Biden Names All Female Senior White House Communications Team; Ossoff Says Senator Perdue Lied About His Stock Trades; Biden And Harris Receive First Presidential Daily Brief Today. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• Moderna to Apply for FDA's Authorization for Its Vaccine Today; Dr. Anthony Fauci Warns Thanksgiving Could Lead to Surge Upon a Surge; Biden Set to Receive First Presidential Daily Intel Briefing; Biden Announces All-Female Senior White House Communications Team; Seven States Certify Results as Trump Makes Baseless Fraud Claims; Florida Close to Hitting 1 Million Coronavirus Cases; Moderna to Apply for FDA Authorization for its Vaccine Today; Biden Set to Receive First President's Daily Intel Briefing. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• U.S. Sets New Record with 93,000+ COVID Hospitalizations; Health Experts: Thanksgiving May Lead to Surge on Top of a Surge; Moderna to Apply for FDA Authorizations for its Vaccine Today; Moderna: Vaccine 94% Effective, 100% Effective at Preventing Severe COVID; CDC Advisers to Vote Tomorrow on Who Will Get a COVID Vaccine First; Moderna's COVID Vaccine was Designed in Just Two Days; U.S. Gearing up to Distribute Coronavirus Vaccines this Week; President- Elect Biden Unveils Economic Team; Midwest Hospitals Facing a Shortage of ICU Beds, Staff; Biden Announces All-Female Senior WH Communications Team; Biden Fractures Foot While Playing with Dog; 7 States Certify Results as Trump Makes Baseless Fraud Claims; Fired Election Security Chief: Americans Should Have 100% Confidence in Their Vote. Aired 11-11:30a ET.
• Biden Set to Receive First Presidential Daily Intel Briefing; Contact Sports Ban Leaves 49ers, Bay Area Teams in Limbo; Georgia Senate Elections Could Determine Balance of Power in Washington. Aired 11:30a-12p ET
• Azar Says, Vaccines May Be Getting Into People's Arms Before Christmas; Biden Receives First Intel Briefing, What Will Be Included; Fantastical Farce, Trump's Election Lies Enabled by Fox, Many in GOP. Aired 1-1:30p ET
• Task Force Official: Decrease Activity After Thanksgiving Travel; Moderna To Apply For FDA Authorization For COVID-19 Vaccine; Biden Fractures Foot While Playing With Dog; Colorado Lawmakers Meeting In Special Session To Pass Relief Funding; Former DHS Officials Dispute Trump's Election Fraud Claims. Aired 12-12:30p ET
• Rep. Denver Riggleman (D-VA) Discusses Blasting Republicans For Enabling Trump's Lies; Iranian Media: Nuke Scientist Killed With Remote-Controlled Gun; U.S. Sees Busiest Travel Days Of The Pandemic Amid Deadly Surge; COVID Cases Threaten NFL Season With Just A Month To Go Before Playoffs. Aired 2:30-3p ET
• Japan Reports Sharp Increase in COVID-19 Cases; Iran Holds Funeral for Assassinated Nuclear Scientist; Saudi Women's Rights Defender Sent to Terrorism Court; At Least 110 People Killed in Attack on Nigerian Villagers; Cuba Wants U.S. to Rejoin Fight on Drug Trafficking; Record-Setting Month on Wall Street Coming to a Close. Aired 4:30-5a ET


November 29, 2020
• Pennsylvania Supreme Court Dismisses Another Election Case; Trump's Legal Losses Pile Up; Trump Rhetoric Could Backfire in Georgia Runoffs; Americans Ignore Rising COVID-19 Cases; Iran Accuses Israel of Killing of Top Nuclear Scientist; Stores Desperate for Holiday Sales; Biden Administration Faces Economic Challenges; Anti-Lockdown Protests in London; Conflict in Ethiopia's Tigray Region; Family Hit by COVID-19 Raising Awareness. Aired 2-3a ET
• Trump's Legal Losses Pile Up; U.S. Hospitalizations Hit Record Saturday; Iran Accuses Israel of Killing of Top Nuclear Scientist; Conflict in Ethiopia's Tigray Region; Trump Rhetoric Could Backfire in Georgia Runoffs; Dark Money and Phantom Candidates; Anti-Lockdown Protests in London; Sarah Fuller Makes History in College Football. Aired 3-4a ET
• Trump's Legal Losses Pile Up; U.S. Hospitalizations Hit Record Saturday; Trump Rhetoric Could Backfire In Georgia Runoffs; Biden And Harris To Get First Presidential Daily Brief Monday; Anti-Lockdown Protests In London; Germany Tightening Restrictions With New Wave; Iran Accuses Israel Of Killing Of Top Nuclear Scientist; Conflict In Ethiopia's Tigray Region. Aired 4-5a ET
• Trump Denies Reality In First TV "Interview" Since Election; Millions Of Travelers Returning Home Today As Cases Surge; L.A. County Lockdown Goes Into Effect Monday; Japan Sees Record Number Of New COVID Cases; Denver Broncos Have No Quarterbacks for Today's Game. Aired 2-3p ET
• Trump Denies Reality In First TV Interview Since Election; Joe Biden To Be Examined By Doctor After Twisting Ankle; Millions Of Travelers Returning Home Today As Cases Surge; New York City Public Schools Set To Reopen For In-Person Learning; Trump To Campaign In Georgia Ahead Of Senate Runoffs. Aired 4-5p ET
• Experts Warning A Surge In New Cases After Thanksgiving; Trump Continues To Deny Loss In Recent Fox News Interview; President-Elect Biden Sprains Ankle Playing With Dog; Joe Biden Appoints First All- Female Communication Team; Moderna And Pfizer Using Genetics Against Coronavirus; Los Angeles County To Implement New Stay-At-Home Restrictions; Police Versus Underground Bars And Parties; Pope Francis Criticizes Protests Against Coronavirus Restrictions. Aired 5-6p ET
• U.S. Records More Than Four Million New COVID-19 Cases In November; Trump Denies Reality In First TV Interview Since Election; Millions Of Travelers Returning Home Today As Coronavirus Cases Surge. Aired 3-4p ET
• President-Elect Biden Sees Doctor After Twisting Ankle; Trump Denies Reality In First T.V. Interview Since Election; U.S. Surpasses 100,000 New Cases For 27th Straight Day; Prison And A Prep School: Two Unlikely Worlds Collide. Aired 6-7p ET
• Biden Names Economic And Communications Teams; Biden Faces Uphill Battle On Economic Recovery; Trump Calls Into Fox, Shares Delusions About The Election; U.S. Sees Most COVID Hospitalizations Yet; Joe Biden To Receive First Presidential Briefing Tomorrow; COVID- 19 Vaccines Shipped Ahead Of FDA Decision To Speed Distribution; Supreme Court Relieves Religious Groups From COVID Restrictions. Aired 7-8p ET
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• Joe Biden to Nominate Diverse Group of Economic Advisers; CT Scan Shows Biden with Hairline Foot Fractures; Trump Still in Denial Days After Losing Election; Interview with Governor Jared Polis (D-CO) on Colorado Death Toll and Surge in COVID Cases; U.S. Hospitalizations Hit Record 93,200 Plus Patients. Aired 8-9p ET
• U.S. Hospitalizations Hit Record Saturday; Trump's Legal Losses Pile Up; Iran Accuses Israel of Killing of Top Nuclear Scientist; Americans Ignore Rising COVID-19 Cases; Trump Rhetoric Could Backfire in Georgia Runoffs; Biden Administration Faces Economic Challenges; Anti-Lockdown Protests in London; Denver Broncos Have No Quarterbacks for Today's Game; Sarah Fuller Makes History in College Football. Aired 12-1a ET
• U.S. Hospitalizations Hit Record Saturday; Trump's Legal Losses Pile Up; Two COVID-19 Vaccines Potentially Mark Medical Revolution; Iran Accuses Israel of Killing of Top Nuclear Scientist; Interview with Former Proud Boys Member; Fired Cyber Security Chief Rejects Trump's Voter Fraud Claim; America's Hunger Crisis. Aired 1-2a ET


November 28, 2020
• Iranian President Accuses Israel of Killing Top Nuclear Scientist; U.S. Tops 13 Million Coronavirus Cases; Europe Assessing Measures to Avoid Third Wave; Trump Losses Pile Up as Court Sinks Election Lawsuit; Republicans Descend on Georgia in Effort to Hold Senate; Los Angeles County Issues New Three-Week Stay-at-Home Order. Aired 2-3a ET
• Iranian President Accuses Israel of Killing Top Nuclear Scientist; U.S. Tops 13 Million Coronavirus Cases; Europe Assessing Measures to Avoid Third Wave; Trump Losses Pile Up as Court Sinks Election Lawsuit; Pope Francis to Appoint First African American Cardinal. Aired 3-4a ET
• Coronavirus Cases Continue Rising in States Across U.S.; Los Angeles County in California Taking Drastic Measures to Reduce Coronavirus Spread; Vote Recount in Wisconsin Confirms Win for President-Elect Joe Biden; President Trump To Campaign in Georgia for Republican Candidates in Senate Runoff Elections; Tensions between Israel and Iran Increase as Iranian Nuclear Scientist Assassinated; Former Democratic Presidential Candidate John Delaney Recommends Federal Government Pay Americans $1,500 to Get Coronavirus Vaccination. Aired 10-11a ET
• Iranian President Accuses Israel of Killing Top Nuclear Scientist; Trump Losses Pile Up as Court Sinks Election Lawsuit; AstraZeneca Vaccine under Intense Scrutiny; Europe Assessing Measures to Avoid Third Wave; Video Shows Police Brutality in France; Mysterious Monolith Found in Utah Desert. Aired 4-5a ET
• U.S. Surpasses 13 Million Coronavirus Infections As Cases Surge; Iran Vows Retaliation For Killing Of Top Nuclear Scientist; Trump To Campaign In Georgia For Republicans In Senate Runoffs; Appeals Court Rejects Trump's Effort To Undo PA Certification; Police Cracking Down On Underground Bars And Parties; Thousands In CA Have Power Shut Off Amid Wildfire Danger. Aired 11a-12p ET
• Coronavirus Cases Continue Rising In States Across U.S.; Biden COVID-19 Advisory Board Member Discusses Distribution Of COVID-19 Vaccines; Former Government Cyber Security Chief Debunks Claims Of Fraud In 2020 Election; President Trump Not Committing To Attending Inauguration Of President-Elect Joe Biden; Americans Flood To Food Banks As Economic Downturn Due To Coronavirus Pandemic Continues; Tensions Between Israel and Iran Increase As Iranian Nuclear Scientist Assassinated. Aired 2-3p ET
• Iranian President Accuses Israel Of Killing Top Nuclear Scientist; U.S. Tops 13 Million Coronavirus Cases; Trump Losses Pile Up As Court Sinks Election Lawsuit; France To Ease Restrictions; Europe Assessing Measures To Avoid Third Wave; Pope Francis To Appoint First African-American Cardinal. Aired 5-6a ET
• U.S. Surpasses 13 Million Coronavirus Infections As Cases Surge; Expert: Upcoming Case Surge Will Be Destabilizing For The U.S.; Former Trump Cybersecurity Chief: Election Most Secure Ever; Appeals Court Rejects Trump's Effort To Undo PA Certification; Food Banks Struggle To Meet Demand During Holidays; Ohio State Cancels Game Against Illinois Due To Additional Cases. Aired 12-1p ET
• Expert: Upcoming Case Surge Will Be "Destabilizing" For The U.S.; L.A. County Issues New Stay-At-Home Order, Banning All Gatherings; Groundbreaking Technology Behind Pfizer And Moderna Vaccines; South Korea's Spy Agency: North Korea Orders Diplomates Not To Antagonize U.S.; Holiday Shopping Season Critical To Struggling Small Business Owners; Trump Urges Supporters Not To Boycott Georgia Senate Runoffs; Vulnerable Senior Citizens Spend Holidays Without Their Families. Aired 1-2p ET
• U.S. Surpasses 13 Million Coronavirus Cases; Trump Urges Supporters To Back Georgia Republicans In Runoffs But Baselessly Attacks Its Fraudulent System; Biden Picks Up More Votes In Recount Requested By Trump; Trump Urges Supporters Not To Boycott Georgia Senate Runoffs; Trump Has Spent A Fifth Of His Days As President On A Golf Course; Estimated 50 Million Americans Will Go Hungry In 2020; Germany, China Could Be Models For U.S. On Providing Relief For Businesses Closed During Pandemic. Aired 3-4p ET
• Biden And Harris Will Receive First Presidential Briefing On Monday; U.S. Surpasses 13 Million Coronavirus Cases; Trump's Legal Losses Pile Up As Court Blasts Lawsuit; Iran Accuses Israel Of Killing Top Nuclear Scientist; Biden Faces Test Over Sensitive Information On Trump's Secret Server; Pandemic Hammers U.S. Economy During Holiday Shopping Season; Trump Urges Supporters Not To Boycott Georgia Senate Runoffs. Aired 4-5p ET
• Trump Re-Tweets Post Suggesting He Should Pardon Himself; U.S. Surpasses 13 Million Coronavirus Cases; Biden To Get His First Presidential Daily Briefing Monday; Iran Accuses Israel Of Killing Top Nuclear Scientist; Interview With Former National Security Advisor, John Bolton; Pandemic Hammers U.S. Economy During Holiday Shopping Season. Aired 5-6p ET
• Pennsylvania Supreme Court Dismisses Another Election Case; L.A. County Issues New Stay-At-Home Order Amid COVID Surge; CDC Advisers Vote Next Week On Who Gets COVID Vaccine First; All Three Eligible Broncos Quarterbacks Play Sunday; Trump To Campaign In Georgia For Republicans In Senate Runoff; Thousands Protests France's Proposed Global Security Law; Sarah Fuller Makes History In College Football. Aired 8-9p ET
• Federal Appeals Judge Slams Trump's Pennsylvania Lawsuit; VP Pence To Campaign In Georgia For Republican Senators Perdue And Loeffler; U.S. Surpasses 13 Million Coronavirus Cases; Biden: Estimated 50 Million Americans Will Go Hungry In 2020; Trump Signals WH Exit, Then Says Biden Must Prove Votes; Iran Vows Retaliation For Killing Of Top Nuclear Scientist; Police Crack Down On Secret Parties Flouting COVID Restrictions. Aired 6-7p ET
• PA State Supreme Court Dismisses Another Election Case; U.S. Surpasses 12 Million Coronavirus Cases; Trump Signals WH Exit, Then Says Biden Must Prove Votes; Trump's Legal Losses Pile Up As Court Blasts Lawsuit; Biden Extends Lead In Milwaukee; Interview With Miami Beach Mayor Dan Gelber (D); College Students Forced To Return Home When Campuses Close; Canada's Atlantic Bubble Bursts As Cases Spike. Aired 7-8p ET


November 27, 2020
• The United States Sets 17th Straight Record for Hospitalizations; President-Elect Joe Biden Spends the Holiday with Family; President Trump Thanks U.S. Military for their Service and Repeats Baseless Election Fraud Claims; U.S. Health Experts Warn of Post-Thanksgiving Surge; South Korea is Reporting New Daily Case Surge; Trump Repeats Baseless Election Fraud Claims; Trump Plans To Campaign For Georgia Republicans; Trump Claims Certifying Biden Win Would Be A Mistake; Trump: I'm Very Worried about Georgia Voting System. Aired 2-3a ET
• President Trump Not Going to Concede; Thanksgiving Celebration in the Simplest Way; Coronavirus Cases Don't Understand Holidays; Europe Looking to Lift Restrictions; President Trump Rejecting Reality; Canada's Atlantic Bubble A Sanctuary Now Under Stress. Aired 3-3:45a ET
• Biden, Trump Both Share Thanksgiving Messages; Trump Repeats Baseless Election Fraud Claims; Health Experts Warn of Post- Thanksgiving Surge; Supreme Court Blocks New York COVID Limits on Religious Groups. Aired 12-1a ET
• Supreme Court Blocks New York COVID Limits on Religious Groups; Europe Rolls Out New Measures in Push to Rescue Christmas; 1,200 Americans Died From Coronavirus On Thanksgiving Day; After Three Weeks Of Silence, Trump Speaks; President Elect Thanks Americans For Making Sacrifices On Thanksgiving; Conservative Court Votes To Lift Religious Gathering Restrictions In New York; Maradona laid to rest, nation's outpouring of sorrow. Aired 1-1:45a ET
• Biden Delivers Emphatic Thanksgiving Message; Trump Repeats Baseless Election Fraud Claims; U.S. Health Experts Warn of Post- Thanksgiving Surge; U.K. Government Outlines Post-Lockdown Rules; France Sees Drop in Newly Confirmed Cases. Aired 4-4:30a ET
• Experts Fear Students May Add to Surge; Fars that Thanksgiving Gatherings Will Increase Numbers; Pandemic Relief Set to Expire; Biden Picks Yellen; Hackers Target AstraZeneca. Aired 9:30-10a ET
• Trump Once Again Claims Election Fraud Without Real Evidence; How Nursing Homes are Coping with COVID-19; Pandemic Hits Restaurant Industry Hard; Paralympian with Spinal Muscular Atrophy Succeeds at Boccia. Aired 4:30-5a ET
• Family Cautions Against COVID-19; Retail Experts Predict Record Holiday Sales; Interview with Former Presidential Candidate John Delaney (D). Aired 10:30-11a ET
• Malls See Smaller Black Friday Crowds; Top Iran Nuclear Scientist Killed; President Trump's Mixed Messages on Leaving White House; U.S. COVID-19 Hospitalizations Hit Record High. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• Pope Criticizes Those Who Protest COVID Restrictions; Trump To Campaign In GA For GOP Senators Ahead Of Runoffs; Food Banks Overwhelmed As Pandemic Hunger Surges In U.S. Aired 12:30-1p ET
• Mayor Sylvester Turner (D-Houston) Discusses Rising COVID Cases, Intersection of COVID, Health Care Disparities, Food Insecurity; Iran State Media: Top Nuclear Scientist Assassinated Outside Tehran; James Woodworth, Commissioner, National Center for Education Statistics, Discusses Standardized Tests Delayed as Online Learning Concerns Mount; ICU Nurse Pleads with Community to Stop Spread of COVID. Aired 1:30-2p ET
• U.S. Hits New Record for Coronavirus Hospitalizations; Trump Says He'll Leave White House if Electoral College Seats Biden; Iran State Media Reports, Top Nuclear Scientist Assassinated Outside Tehran. Aired 10-10:30a ET
• Iran Says, Top Nuclear Scientist Assassinated Outside Tehran; Florida Governor Bans Fines to Enforce COVID Mandates; Hundreds of Youth Soccer Teams in Arizona Despite Warnings. Aired 11:30-12p ET
• U.S. Records More than 100,000 New Cases for 24th Straight Day; Trump Claims Vaccine Deliveries Will Begin as Early as Next Week; Black Friday Shopping Kicks Off as Pandemic Worsens; Trump Says He'll Leave the White House if Electoral College Chooses Biden; Biden and Harris to Receive First Presidential Daily Briefing on Monday; Biden, Kerry Promise Dramatic Steps to Tackle Climate Crisis. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• New Cases Top 100,000 Despite 20 States Not Reporting on Thanksgiving; Trump Signals White House Exit, Then Says Biden Must Prove Votes; Texas Faces Surge of New Coronavirus Cases, Hospitalizations. Aired 1-1:30p ET
• Minneapolis Family of 7 Devastated by COVID Spreads Awareness; Trump to Campaign for Georgia GOP Senators Ahead of Runoff While Falsely Claiming Election System Riddled with Fraud; Rescheduled Ravens/Pittsburgh Matchup in Jeopardy after Ravens Players Test Positive; NFL Changes Rules to Try To Stop Coronavirus Cases Among Players, Coaches. Aired 2:30-3p ET
• Trump Calls for Biden to Provide Proof of Election Win; California's COVID-19 Cases Break Records; Trump Loses Pennsylvania Appeals Court Case. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• 6 Million Plus Travel Holiday Week Despite CDC Guidance To Stay Home; Report: North Korean Hackers Target Vaccine Maker AstraZeneca; Joe Biden's Big Week Ahead: Briefing, Economic Team, Congress; Trump Won't Say If He'll Attend Biden's Inauguration; Iran: Top Nuclear Scientist Assassinated Outside Tehran. Aired 12-12:30p ET
• Restaurant Owner Mandates COVID-19 Vaccine for Employees; Experts Fear College Students May Add to Nationwide Case Surge. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• U.S. Records more than 100,000 New Cases for 24th Straight Day; Restrictions Underway in California as State Sees "Dangerous" Surge; Trump Falsely Claims Victory with Fantasy Conspiracies. Aired 11- 11:30a ET
• Minneapolis Family of 7 Devastated by COVID Spreads Awareness; Trump to Campaign for Georgia GOP Senators Ahead of Runoff While Falsely Claiming Election System Riddled with Fraud; Rescheduled Ravens/Pittsburgh Matchup in Jeopardy after Ravens Players Test Positive; NFL Changes Rules to Try To Stop Coronavirus Cases Among Players, Coaches. Aired 2:30-3p ET
• President Trump Rejecting Reality; Canada's Atlantic Bubble A Sanctuary Now Under Stress. Aired 3-3:45a ET


November 26, 2020
• Biden Urges Unity In Thanksgiving Speech; U.S. Reports 2,000 Plus Deaths For Second Straight Day; U.S. Experts Predict Major Infection Surge After Holiday; World Mourns Football Legend Diego Maradona; South Korea Reports Most New COVID Infections Since March. Aired 2-3a ET
• 16th Straight Day Record, 90,000 In Hospital With COVID; Biden: Our War Is With The Virus, Not Each Other; Trump Calls Into Hearing, Denies Election Results; Holiday Season: COVID Super spreader All The Way Through Christmas; Flynn Given Presidential Pardon By Trump; Maradona Fans Across The World Unite In Tribute
• Colgate Campus Mitigates Spread; Trump Pardons Flynn; First Latino DACA Recipient Awarded Rhodes Scholarship. Aired 9:30-10a ET
• Millions of Americans Face Food Insecurity as Holidays Near; China's Xi Jinping Congratulates Biden on Victory; China's Xi Jinping Congratulates Biden on Victory; Senate Runoffs in Georgia will Decide Control of the U.S. Senate. Aired 12-1a ET
• Stark Contrasts Between Biden and Trump on Thanksgiving; Trump Pardons Loyalist Michael Flynn; U.S. Seeing Surge in Cases, Deaths and Hospitalizations; South Korea Hits Highest Number of Cases in Eight Months. Aired 4-5a ET
• Trump Retweets Congressman Who Says He Should Pardon Himself; China's Xi Congratulates Biden, But Russia's Putin Still Refusing; Liberal Backlash Against A Possible Biden Pick At CIA. Aired 12:30-1p ET
• More Trump Pardons Ahead?; Millions Travel For Thanksgiving Holiday; Biden Set to Issue Executive Orders. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• Trump to Pardon Flynn as Election Legal Battles Wind Down; Sustained Food Distribution Efforts in Georgia as San Antonio Institutes Curfew with COVID-19 Cases Rising; Digital Divide Increases Educational Disparities During Remote Learning. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• Macy's Hold Annual Thanksgiving Day Parade for TV Only; Miami- Dade County COVID-19 Ventilator Use Up in Two Weeks; Supreme Court Blocks COVID-19 Limits on New York Religious Groups; Experts Raise Questions About AstraZeneca's Vaccine Data. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• Coronavirus Surging as Nation Celebrates Thanksgiving; Experts Raise Questions About AstraZeneca's Vaccine Data; Trump Pardons Former National Security Adviser Michael Flynn. Aired 10-10:30a ET
• West Virginia's GOP Governor Says, I Don't Want to be Like South Dakota; Disney is Laying Off 32,000 Employees as Pandemic Worsens; Democratic Officials Caught Not Following Their Own Guidelines. Aired 11:30a-12p ET
• Los Angeles Predicts Hospital Bed Shortage; Scientists Find AstraZeneca Vaccine Trial Errors; President Trump Spends First Thanksgiving at White House. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• Texas Counties Issue Curfews To Slow COVID-19 Spread; Americans Celebrate Thanksgiving As Hospitalization Rises; COVID-19 Creates Greater Need For Food Assistance This Thanksgiving; Professor Shares Thanksgiving Dinner With Her Students; NFL Postpones Thanksgiving Game After Ravens Confirm Cases. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• 50 Million People Suffering From Hunger Amid Pandemic; California Hits Record High Number Of Cases In One Day; Fears Of Surge Upon Surge As Millions Defy COVID Warnings; Biden In CNN Op-Ed: We're Letting Go Of Traditions We Can't Do Safely; Trump Pardons Michael Flynn Despite Guilty Plea. Aired 12-12:30p ET
• Americans Celebrate Thanksgiving as Cases, Hospitalizations Rise; Bidens Says, Staying Home this Thanksgiving is a Shared Sacrifice; Supreme Court Rules 5-4 for Religious Groups in COVID Case. Aired 1-1:30p ET
• U.S. Pandemic Sees Deadliest Day Since May with 2,200 Plus Deaths; U.S. Now Averaging 175,000 Plus New Infections a Day; 50 Million Suffer from Hunger Amid Pandemic. Aired 11-11:30a ET
• 16th Straight Day Record, 90,000 In Hospital With COVID; Biden: Our War Is With The Virus, Not Each Other; Trump Calls Into Hearing, Denies Election Results; Holiday Season: COVID Super spreader All The Way Through Christmas; Flynn Given Presidential Pardon By Trump; Maradona Fans Across The World Unite In Tribute. Aired 1-2a ET
• Governor Cuomo Criticized For His Restrictions Aimed At Religious Institutions; Residents In Long-Term Facilities Have Made Up Eight Percent Of All Cases In The U.S.; Ravens Vs. Steelers Game Postponed Due To An Outbreak Of COVID Cases On The Ravens Team; Many Americans Still Facing Economic Effects Of The Coronavirus; Salvation Army Doubling Its Outreach This Year For Meals. Aired 1:30-2p ET
• Toronto Mayor Says He May Extend the Four-Week Lockdown; Germany's Angela Merkel Extends COVID Restrictions Through December 20th; French Ski Resorts to Remain Closed Over Christmas. Aired 14:30- 15p ET
• Los Angeles Predicts Hospital Bed Shortage; Scientists Find AstraZeneca Vaccine Trial Errors; President Trump Spends First Thanksgiving at White House. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• Toronto Mayor Says He May Extend the Four-Week Lockdown; Germany's Angela Merkel Extends COVID Restrictions Through December 20th; French Ski Resorts to Remain Closed Over Christmas. Aired 2:30-3p ET
• Fans Mourn on the Passing of Football Legend Maradona; Biden on Losing Loved Ones Ahead of Thanksgiving; U.S. CDC Projects to 321,000 Deaths by December 19; Health Experts Urge Americans to Take Proper Precautions; U.S. Needs Consistent Stance on Virus Protection; Month- Long Partial Lockdown in England Ends December 2; Turkey Announces New Daily Cases for First Time in Months; Story of Hope and Ambition. Aired 3-4a ET


November 25, 2020
• America Back on Deck; GOP Not Welcome by Dems in Biden's Administration; President Trump to Join His Attorney in Pennsylvania; More Dark Days to Come; Aviation Industry Saw Increase in Travel; Families Allowed to Gather on Christmas Holidays; Stock Markets React Positively; Trump Official Expect to Brief Biden Team in Next Few Days; U.S. Sets Record for COVID-19 Hospitalizations; U.S. Could Ship Vaccine Doses Soon After Authorization; Millions Traveling for Thanksgiving Despite CDC Warnings; Ethiopian Human Rights Commission Saying at Least 600 People were Killed in Tigray Massacre in Early November. Beijing Interference Needed in Hong Kong as Hong Kong Leader Claims; Mysterious Metal Monolith Found in Utah; Monika Seryu, Defying All Odds. Aired 3-4a ET
• Food Pantry Operates at 200 Percent Increase; Holiday Gatherings to Lead to COVID Spikes; Former Proud Boys Member Speaks Out; Markle Reveals Miscarriage. Aired 9:30-10a ET
• Biden Unveils National Security Team; Millions Traveling for Thanksgiving Despite Warnings; Trump Issues Traditional Turkey Pardon; U.S. Futures Up After Dow Crosses 30,000; Countries Prepare for COVID- 19 Vaccine Distribution; Germany Records Its Highest Single-Day Death Toll; U.K. to Ease COVID-19 Restrictions for Christmas; France to Start Easing Restrictions This Weekend. Aired 4-4:30a ET
• The President Scrapping His First Planned Trip Since Election Day Due to Coronavirus; President-elect Joe Biden Delivers a Thanksgiving Address. Aired 12-12:30p ET
• Biden Announces Key Cabinet Picks, Declares America is Back; Meghan Markle Reveals Miscarriage in NYT Op-Ed; Millions Risking Infections by Traveling for Thanksgiving; Republican Voters Urge Georgia's Incumbent Senators to Back Trump's Claims. Aired 4:30-5a ET
• Millions Traveling Over Thanksgiving; Biden Delivers Address to Nation. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• GSA Triggers Transition While Trump Refuses to Concede; Biden Introduces First Round of Cabinet Picks; Hotels and Their Workers Struggle as Virus Surges. Aired 10-10:30a ET
• Few Americans Cancelling Thanksgiving Travel Plans; Interview with Rep. Adam Kinzinger (R-IL); Previewing a New Season of "THIS IS LIFE WITH LISA LING." Aired 10:30-11a ET
• Maligning of Experts: Rubio's Cynical Attack on Biden Picks; Pandemic Inauguration May Cut Choir, Parties, Some Usual Guests; Trumps Expected to Move to Mar-a-Lago in January; Qantas to Require Proof of Vaccination for International Flights. Aired 1:30-2p ET
• Black Women Helped Propel Biden To Victory In Georgia; IL Experiences Surge In Hospitalization After Case Spike; Biden: I Need Warren And Sanders In The Senate. Aired 12:30-1p ET
• Millions Traveling Despite Warnings from Health Experts; CDC Considers Shortening Coronavirus Quarantine Period; Biden Rules Out Urging DOJ Probe of Trump; Georgia Secretary of State Alleges He's "Being Thrown Under the Bus" By Trump After Voting for and Donating to the Trump Campaign; Hunger Grips Many Americans this Thanksgiving After Pandemic Rendered Many Jobless; Futures Flat After Dow Passes 30,000 for the First Time. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• CNN Speaks with Former Proud Boys Member; U.S. Sets Record for Hospitalizations Amid Fall COVID Surge; CDC Weighs Shortening Coronavirus Quarantine Period; Biden Gives Thanksgiving Address as COVID Rages Across Nation. Aired 2:30-3p ET
• Los Angeles County Reports Highest Daily Death Toll in Two Months; New York Reopens Field Hospital on Staten Island as Cases Climb; Meghan Markle Reveals She Suffered a Miscarriage in July. Aired 11:30-12p ET
• Russia: No Unexpected Adverse Events in Vaccine Trials; France to Start Easing Lockdowns This Weekend; Millions Traveling for Thanksgiving Despite CDC Warnings; Republican Voters Want Georgia Candidates to Back Trump's Claims; Former Proud Boy Explains Group's Appeal and Goals. Aired 1-2a ET
• President-Elect Joe Biden Set to Give Thanksgiving Address Today; Surge in COVID-19 Cases Expected to Follow the Holiday; Interview with Biden's Coronavirus Advisory Board Member Rick Bright. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• U.S. Reports Deadliest Day in Six Months with 2,100-Plus Deaths; CNN Says, Biden to Start Daily Presidential Briefings on Monday. Aired 1-1:30p ET
• U.S. Reports Deadliest Day Of Pandemic In More Than Six Months; Coronavirus Rages Across America Ahead Of Thanksgiving; Millions Traveling Despite Warnings From Health Experts. Aired 11-11:30a ET
• Thanksgiving Could Be "Mother" Of Superspreader Events; Food Banks Overwhelmed As Pandemic Exacerbates Hunger Crisis; Millions Ignore CDC Guidelines, Proceed With Holiday Travel Plans; Mental Health Issues Likely To Surge During The Holiday. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• Biden to Start Receiving President's Daily Brief; Biden Unveils National Security Team; U.S. Considers Reducing Quarantine Period as Travel Rises. Aired 2-3a ET
• Millions Traveling for Thanksgiving Despite CDC Warnings; Countries Prepare for COVID-19 Vaccine Distribution; Biden Taps Avril Haines as Intelligence Chief; White House Task Force Considering Shortening Recommended Quarantine Time for COVID-19. Aired 12-12:45a ET


November 24, 2020
• Tigray Leaders Vow to Fight on in Northern Ethiopia; Shooting Incident in Lekki Toll Gate Protest; AstraZeneca Claiming their Vaccine is 70 Percent Effective On Average; CDC Discussing Who Should Get COVID-19 Vaccine First; CEO of Qantas Claiming Passengers Will Need to be Vaccinated for Future International Flights; Americans Traveling For the Holidays Despite Coronavirus Warnings; China Launches the Lunar Probe; Inside the Sport Of Murder Ball; Joe Biden Forming His Cabinet; Business Leaders Going with the Flow; Right People at the Right Time; Experts Warn of Holiday Gatherings; P.M. Boris Johnson May Allow Five-day Dispensation; A Meeting That Never Took Place. Aired 3-4a ET
• Key U.S. Government Agency Acknowledges Biden Victory; Joe Biden Announces Picks for National Security Posts; Joe Biden to Pick Janet Yellen as Treasury Secretary; Americans Traveling for the Holidays Despite Warnings. Aired 4-4:30a ET
• Biden Transition Process Finally Begins; Millions Travel for Thanksgiving; Nigerian Army Admits to Live Rounds at Protest; France Reports Fewest Daily Cases Since September; Seoul Begins 'Emergency Period' with New Restrictions; Toronto Begins Four-Week Lockdown as Cases Surge; China Launches Probe to Collect Samples from the Moon; Biden's COVID-19 Team to Talk Soon with Counterparts in Current Administration; How Dark Money Propped up Phantom Candidates in Florida State Senate Races. Aired 12-1a ET
• Biden Names John Kerry as Special Climate Envoy; Riyadh Denies Netanyahu Met with Saudi Crown Prince; Toronto Goes Back into Lockdown; At Least 45 Killed in Political Unrest; Seoul Begins Emergency Period with New Restrictions; China Launches Probe to Collect Samples from the Moon; Government Signs Off On Transition; Vaccines Show Promise But Thanksgiving Travelers Won't Wait; Biden Addresses Foreign Policy And National Security First With Cabinet Picks; 13 Straight Days Of Hospitalization Records In The U.S. Aired 1-2a ET
• Biden Transition Process Finally Begins; Millions Travel for Thanksgiving; Riyadh Denies Netanyahu-Crown Prince Meeting; Tigray Leaders Vow to Fight on in Northern Ethiopia; Biden to Pick Janet Yellen as Cabinet Secretary; Seoul Begins "Emergency Period" with New Restrictions. Aired 2-2:45a ET
• Trump Administration Finally Acknowledging That Joe Biden Is The President-Elect Of The United States; President Trump Is Holding A Public Event Today, The Annual Thanksgiving Turkey Pardoning; U.S. Surgeon General Is Warning The Surge Of COVID Cases Are So Horrible In The Country Leaving Hospitals In Difficult Positions. Aired 11-11:30a ET
• CDC Discussing Who Should Get COVID-19 Vaccine First; Russia Says Its Vaccine to be Cheaper than U.S.; Saudi Denies Claims Israeli Prime Minister Met with Crown Prince; Toronto Begins Four-Week Lockdown as Cases Surge. Aired 4:30-5a ET
• Trump Makes Surprise Appearance At W.H. Briefing, Touts Dow Record As Biden Transition Finally Begins; Soon: Biden & Harris Introduce National Security & Foreign Policy Picks; U.S. Averaging 1,500 Plus New Deaths Every Day As Toll Tops 258,000; Data Reveals Alarming Racial Disparity In COVID-19 Deaths. Aired 12:30-1p ET
• Pandemic Reaching Record Highs; Biden Introduces Cabinet Picks. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• H.R. McMaster is Interviewed on Biden's Cabinet Picks; Millions of Americans Need Food Assistance. Aired 9:30-10a
• President-Elect Biden Introduces First Cabinet Selections. Aired 1:30-2p ET
• GSA Triggers Transition While Trump Refuses to Concede; Biden Introduces First Round of Cabinet Picks; Hotels and Their Workers Struggle as Virus Surges. Aired 10-10:30a ET
• Forty Percent of Hotel Workers Unemployed Due to COVID-19 Closures; Joe Biden Nominates Janet Yellen as Treasury Secretary; Russian Vaccine Claims 95 Percent Efficacy. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• Biden's Transition Team Is Hoping To Get Some Early Intel In The Coronavirus Data; Millions of Americans Traveling for Thanksgiving Despite CDC Warning; FDA Panel to Meet Next Month to Authorize First Vaccines; Markets React Positively to Biden Picking Yellen As Treasury Secretary. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• Kentucky Governor Battling Exponential Spread in His State; Ad Spending Shatters Records in Battleground Georgia; Pennsylvania Certifies Election Results for Biden. Aired 11:30-12p ET
• Biden Introduces Cabinet Picks as Trump Continues to Make False and Misleading Claims about Election; Biden Agenda Depends on Outcome of Georgia Senate Runoffs; CDC Director: Majority of Coronavirus Spread Driven by Household Gatherings and People without Symptoms. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• President-Elect Biden Introduces First Cabinet Selections. Aired 1-1:30p ET
• Trump to Appear Twice Today; Hospitals Out of Beds Across the United States; One Family Gathering Infects 15. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• DOW Hits 30,000 Amid Transition, Vaccine Progress; Pennsylvania Certifies Biden's Win; CNN: Advisers Tried To Persuade Trump To Move Forward With Transition; Doctor: Patients Need To Be Aware Vaccine Is No "Walk In The Park"; Poll: 70 Percent Of Americans Will Get COVID-19 Vaccine If Public Health Officials Prove It's Safe, Effective. Aired 12-12:30p ET
• Trump Pardons Thanksgiving Turkey As Transition Begins; Turkey Pardon Reminds Of Questions Of Trump Presidential Pardons; Biden Introduces First Cabinet Picks, Including Tony Blinken As Secretary Of State; Dow Hits 30000 For First Time Ever As Biden Transition Begins. Aired 2:30-3p ET


November 23, 2020
• President-Elect Joe Biden to Announce Cabinet Picks This Week; Trump Campaign Appeal to Block Pennsylvania Vote; Sidney Powell Disavowed by Trump Legal Team; Avoid Thanksgiving Gatherings Says Dr. Fauci; Los Angeles County to Re-impose Restrictions Due to Large Spike in New Cases; Trump Defends Withdrawal From Paris Climate Accord; Israeli PM: Should Be No Return To Iran Nuclear Deal; British Prime Minister To Announce New Testing Program; Turkey Enacts Restrictions To Stem Spread Of Virus; New Yorkers Scrambles To Get Tested Ahead Of Holidays. Aired 2-3a ET
• The Trump Attorney That Never Was; Outlook For Global Improvement In 2021 Brightens; Biden's Potential Picks For Team Emphasize Stability; Biden's Secretary Of State Pick Polar Opposite Of Pompeo; Massive Testing Roll Out In U.K. May Allow Some Lifting Of Restrictions; Hong Kong Activist Wong To Be Sentenced; Virtual G-20; Israel PM: Should Be No Return to Iran Nuclear Deal; Tracking Ocean Predators; Germany's Intensive Care United Filling with COVID Patients. Aired 1-2a ET
• Trump Support Among Republicans Breaking; Biden to Announce First Cabinet Nominations Tuesday; Trump Lawyers Disavow Attorney Spreading Wild Theories; COVID Cases in California Triple Since Start of November; Vote Certification in Two Key States in Question; World Leaders to Ensure Fair Access to COVID Vaccines; Travel Bubble Between Hong Kong, Singapore Postponed; Israeli PM: Should Be No Return to Iran Nuclear Deal; Texas Hospitals Filled to Capacity with COVID-19 Patients. Aired 12-1a ET
• Health Expert Warns People of Gathering; Families Had Their Lesson Learned; Good News Coming Out of England; Perseverance a Key to Success; Trump Team Distancing to Sidney Powell; Joe Biden Set to Announce Cabinet Members; GOP Felt Embarrassed of Trump's Refusal to Concede; President Trump Going Back to Paris Accord Issue; P.M. Benjamin Netanyahu with Message to Incoming U.S. President; U.S. COVID Cases Far From Declining. Aired 3-4a ET
• AstraZeneca Unveils Vaccine Findings; Trump Continues Denying Election Results; Biden Announces First Cabinet Nominees. Aired 3- 3:30p ET
• Travelers Pack Airports Despite Warning; Potential COVID Vaccines; Republicans are Losing Patience; White House Delays Transition Amid COVID Surge. Aired 9:30-10a
• A Third Effective Vaccine Emerges as the U.S. Faces Pandemic Desperation; The Trump Campaign's Losing Legal Effort To Overturn The Election Verdict; President-elect Biden Plans to Announce a Number of High-Profile Picks For His Administration Tomorrow. Aired 12-12:30p ET
• Pfizer and Moderna Vaccines Would Be First to Use New mRNA Technology; Tony Blinken Set to be Named Secretary of State by Joe Biden; Interview with Black Hawk County, Iowa Sheriff Tony Thompson. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• Two Key States on Brink of Certifying Election Results; AstraZeneca Says, Vaccine 70 Percent Effective in Preventing Coronavirus; Trump Campaign Files Appeal After Judge Rejects Pennsylvania Case. Aired 10-10:30a ET
• Air Travel Hits Pandemic-Era High Despite CDC Warning to Stay Home; Data: AstraZeneca Vaccine is 70% Effective on Average; Trump's "Elite Strike Force" Legal Team Scapegoats Member; Trump's Ex-Defense Chief Mattis to Biden: Drop "American First"; Carol Anderson, Professor of African-American Studies, Emory University, Discusses Trump Alleging Voter Fraud in Cities with Heavy Black Populations. Aired 1:30-2p ET
• AstraZeneca: Vaccine Shows 70 Percent "Average Efficacy"; Warp Speed Chief: Vaccines could be Shipped Mid-December; Thanksgiving Travel Surges Despite CDC Warnings. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• Biden to Announce First Cabinet Nominations Tuesday; Trump Lawyers Disavow Attorney Spreading Wild Theories; Many Republicans Call for Transition Process to Begin; Oxford-AstraZeneca COVID Vaccine Has 70 Percent Average Efficacy; British Prime Minister to End England's Lockdown on December 2nd; Los Angeles County Orders Restrictions on Outdoor Dining; Senator Kelly Loeffler to Get Further Tests After Mixed Results. Aired 4-4:30a ET
• Two Key States on Brink of Certifying Election Results; Trump Team Attempts to Distance from Controversial Lawyer; Biden to Nominate Tony Blinken as Secretary of State; AstraZeneca Vaccine 70 Percent Effective Against Coronavirus; Trump Campaign Files Appeal After Judge Rejects Pennsylvania Case; Key Michigan Republican Expected to Vote Against Certifying Results; Millions of Americans Take to the Skies for Thanksgiving Despite CDC Warning. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• Most Pennsylvania Counties to Certify Election Results Today; Trump Campaign Cuts Ties with Conspiracy Theorist Lawyer Sidney Powell; Colleges Students Traveling Home Amid Surge in Virus Cases. Aired 11:30-12p ET
• CNN: Trump's Allies Urged Him To Drop Controversial Lawyer; U.S. Airports See Record Number Of Travelers During Pandemic; GSA Responds To Congressional Committees, Offers Nov.30 Briefing. Aired 12:30-1p ET
• Republican Kelly Loeffler in Quarantine After Inconclusive COVID Test; Trump Rails Against Paris Climate Accord in Virtual G20; Benjamin Netanyahu Says U.S. Should Not Return to Iran Nuclear Deal; Hong Kong's Pro-Democracy Activist Pleads Guilty; European Nations Eye Easing of COVID-19 Restrictions; Some Americans Resisting Urge to Gather on Thanksgiving; Strangers Who Met by Text Celebrate Fifth Thanksgiving. Aired 4:30-5a ET
• States Set to Begin Election Certification Today; Joe Biden Continues Cabinet Nominations; James Mattis Requests Biden End America First Policy. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• Air Travel Hits Pandemic-Era High Despite CDC Warning to Stay Home; Minneapolis ICUs Near Breaking Point: "No Beds Anywhere"; Biden Speaks after Revealing Several Cabinet Picks; Trump Fielded Calls Urging Him to Drop Lawyer from Team; Update on Coronavirus Responses Around the Country. Aired 2:30-3p ET
• Biden Unveils First Cabinet Picks, Including National Security Posts; GOP Defections Grow Against Trump's Baseless Efforts; U.S. Now Averaging 170,000-Plus New Cases a Day. Aired 1-1:30p ET
• U.S. Surpasses 12 Million Cases As Thanksgiving Nears; President-Elect Biden To Nominate Tony Blinken As Secretary Of State; More Republicans Losing Patience With Trump. Aired 11-11:30a ET


November 22, 2020
• Georgia to Recount Presidential Ballots Again per Trump Request; Judge Dismisses Trump Campaign's Pennsylvania Lawsuit; Trump Continues to Claim He Won Election; Trump Golfs as Pandemic Spreads; Record COVID-19 Surge in California; Thanksgiving Travelers Pack Airports; G20 Leaders Focused on Pandemic without Trump; Some Colleges Implement Testing Plans as Students Travel Home. Aired 2-3a ET
• Georgia to Recount Presidential Ballots Again per Trump Request; Judge Dismisses Trump Campaign's Pennsylvania Lawsuit; Thanksgiving Travelers Pack Airports; Record COVID-19 Surge in California; French President to Give National COVID-19 Speech; England to End Lockdown; German Hospitals Overwhelmed; Nigerian Army Shot Live Rounds at Lagos Protest; G20 Leaders Focused on Pandemic without Trump; Many Facing Food Insecurity Due to COVID-19. Aired 3-4a ET
• Georgia To Recount Presidential Ballots Again Per Trump Request; Judge Dismisses Trump Campaign's Pennsylvania Lawsuit; Biden Team Still Denied Access To Critical Resources; Thanksgiving Travelers Pack Airports; Record COVID-19 Surge In California; French President To Give National COVID-19 Speech; Iowa Hospitalizations Double; Transporting Fragile Vaccine; Giuliani: From 9/11 Respect To Conspiracies. Aired 4-5a ET
• Judge Dismisses Trump Campaign's Pennsylvania Lawsuit; Georgia To Recount Presidential Ballots Again Per Trump Request; Biden Team Still Denied Access To Critical Resources; Thanksgiving Travelers Pack Airports; Logistical Challenges Of Vaccine Rollout; Record COVID-19 Surge In California; England To End Lockdown; Americans Share Stories Of Grief With COVID-19 Warning; Navajo Nation Begins Three-Week Lockdown. Aired 5-6a ET
• Trump Legal Team Presses On With Election Fight; State Of Senate Hanging On Georgia Runoff; U.S. Coronavirus Tops 12 million; Biden's Transition Delay Might Thwart Distribution Of Vaccine; Tyson Foods Managers Alleged Betting On Employees Getting COVID-19; Restrictions Up In L.A. County With Surging Coronavirus Cases. Aired 5-6p ET
• U.S. Breaks Another Record With 83,000-Plus Hospitalizations; Sen. Kelly Loeffler Campaign Says Her COVID Retest Came Back Negative; Vaccine Distribution To Begin Within 24 Hours After Authorization; Chris Christie Says It's Time For Trump To End Election Lawsuits; Thanksgiving Brings Tough Decisions For Families; Trump Rails Against Climate Accord In G20 Virtual Speech; Trump's Attempt To Undermine The Election Unraveling. Aired 2-3p ET
• Key GOP Michigan Canvassing Board Member Might Vote Against Certification; Chris Christie Calls Trump's Legal Team A National Embarrassment; National Security Concerns Grow Over Blocked Transition; U.S. Surpasses 12 Million COVID Cases Ahead Of Thanksgiving Holiday; Biden Set To Announce First Cabinet Picks This Week; South Dakota Hospitals Under Strain; Maryland Teacher Collecting Donations. Aired 4-5p ET
• Trump's GOP Wall Of Support Continues To Crack; U.S. Surpasses 12 Million Cases As Thanksgiving Nears; Trump Legal Losses Pile Up As Baseless Election Attacks Continue; Pandemic Forces Thousands To Line Up For Food; Hillary Clinton, More Than Just A Former First Lady. Aired 6-7p ET
• U.S. Surpasses 12 Million COVID Cases Ahead Of Thanksgiving; Former New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie (R) Says It Is Time For Trump To End Election Lawsuits; Interview With Rep. Debbie Dingell (D-MI). Aired 3-4p ET


November 21, 2020
• U.S. Sets New Daily Case Record of over 195,000; Trump Transition Turmoil Impacts Pandemic Response; Biden Meets with Top Democratic Lawmakers; Trump Tries to Maintain Leverage with Republicans; Ugandan Musician Turned Politician Bobi Wine out of Jail; U.N. Plans for 200,000 More Refugees in Sudan; How COVID-19 is Shaping a Generation of Young Workers; Saudis Can't Showcase Reforms during Virtual G20. Aired 2-2:45a ET
• U.S. Sets New Daily Case Record of over 195,000; Pfizer- BioNTech Vaccine to FDA for Authorization; Europe Proceeds with Vaccine Distribution Plans; Biden Meets with Top Democratic Lawmakers; Trump Still Claims He Won Election; Ugandan Musician Turned Politician Bobi Wine out of Jail. Aired 3-3:30a ET
• U.S. Sets New Daily Case Record of over 195,000; Trump Tries to Maintain Leverage with Republicans; Trump Transition Turmoil Impacts Pandemic Response; Trump Set Back in Three Key States; Europe Proceeds with Vaccine Distribution Plans; Cases in South Dakota Skyrocketing; Saudis Can't Showcase Reforms during Virtual G20. Aired 4-5a ET
• CDC Releases Guidelines for Restricting Travel and Gatherings During the Holidays Due to Coronavirus Spread; State Vote Certification Deadlines Arriving for 2020 Presidential Election; President Trump Running Out of Options for Contesting Presidential Election; President Trump's Son Donald Trump Jr. Tests Positive for Coronavirus; President-Elect Biden To Likely Announce Possible Cabinet Picks; Thousands Line Up for Food Banks Across U.S. As Result of Economic Impact of Coronavirus; Utah Reaching Capacity for Intensive Care Units Due to Coronavirus Spike. Aired 10-11a ET
• Pfizer-BioNTech Vaccine to FDA for Authorization; Trump Tries to Maintain Leverage with Republicans; Biden Meets with Top Democratic Lawmakers; Scotland Bans Travel to England; Europe Proceeds with Vaccine Distribution Plans; U.S. Sets New Daily Case Record of over 195,000; Cases in South Dakota Skyrocketing; How COVID-19 is Shaping a Generation of Young Workers; Saudis Can't Showcase Reforms during Virtual G20; Georgia Certifies Biden Win. Aired 5-6a ET
• U.S. Reports Highest Day Of New COVID Cases To Date; Rudy Giuliani Self-Isolating After Son Tests Positive; Biden Meeting With Transition Advisors Today; People Line Up For Hours To Get Food Bank Help; Attention Turns To GA Senate Races With Biden Win Certified; Over A Quarter Of This Week's College Football Slate Called Off. Aired 11a-12p ET
• Coronavirus Cases Rising In States Across U.S.; President Trump Misses G20 Meeting; President-Elect Biden To Likely Announce Possible Cabinet Picks; California Governor Announces Curfew In Effort To Combat Coronavirus Spread; Thousands Line Up For Food Banks Across U.S. As Result Of Economic Impact Of Coronavirus; Pfizer To Apply For Emergency Use Authorization For Its Coronavirus Vaccine; CDC Releases Guidelines For Restricting Travel And Gatherings During The Holidays Due To Coronavirus Spread. Aired 2-3p ET
• U.S. Surpasses 12 Million Coronavirus Cases; Trump Tweets About Election Results And Skips Sessions On Pandemic During G20; Holiday Travel Going Strong In Spite Of CDC Warning; RNC, Michigan GOP Ask for Two-Week Delay In Certifying Election Results, Asking For Audit Of Wayne County Votes; Fed Chair Criticizes Trump Administration For Ending Emergency Funding. Aired 4-5p ET
• GOP In Michigan And RNC Seek To Delay Election Certification For Two Weeks; U.S. Reports Highest Day Of New Cases To Date, More Than 195,000; Experts Urge Against Holiday Travel As Cases Soar To Record Levels; Pfizer & Partners Apply For FDA Emergency Use Authorization For COVID Vaccine; Get-Out-The-Vote Efforts Ramp Up Ahead Of Senate Runoff In Georgia. Aired 1-2p ET
• U.S. Surpasses 12 Million Coronavirus Cases; Trump Stonewalls Biden As U.S Surpasses 12 Million Coronavirus Cases; Answering Viewers' Legal Questions in CNN's "Cross Exam"; California Issues Overnight Curfew Starting Tonight; People In Los Angeles Line Up At Food Banks As Cases Surge, Affect The Economy; Dr. Sanjay Gupta One- On-One With Dr. Deborah Birx On How To Handle The Holidays As Cases Surge. Aired 5-6p ET
• Spotlight on Georgia Senate Races as GOP Fights to Keep Control; Former Sen. Barbara Boxer, Adviser, USC Center for the Political Future, Discusses Battle for Control of Senate; A Healthy 28-Year-Old Michigan Doctor Infected With Coronavirus Makes Plea; California Breaks Record for New Daily COVID-19 Cases; California Issues Overnight Curfew Starting Tonight. Aired 3-4p ET
• U.S. Surpasses 12 Million Coronavirus Cases; Interview with Rep. James Clyburn (D-SD); F.D.A. will Review Pfizer Vaccine for Emergency Use. Aired 6-7p ET
• Trump Skips Virtual G-20 Session On Pandemic To Play Golf; Donald Trump Junior Tests Positive For COVID-19; Rudy Giuliani Self- Isolating After Son Tests Positive For COVID; GOP In Michigan Seeks To Delay Election Certification For Two Weeks, Seeking Audit Of Wayne County Votes; Secretary Pompeo Meets With Taliban To Discuss U.S. Troops Withdrawal. Aired 12-1p ET


November 20, 2020
• Trump Lawyers Push Bizarre New Election Fraud Claims; Biden: 'Incredible Irresponsibility' from Trump; More U.S. Schools Closing Amid Surge in COVID-19 Cases; Mexico Reports More Than 100,000 COVID- 19 Deaths; Nigeria Threatens to Sanction CNN Over Investigation; Owl Found in Rockefeller Center Christmas Tree; Bill Gates Weighs in on COVID-19 Response, Vaccines. Aired 12-12:45a ET
• New Coronavirus Cases and Deaths Spike Across the United States; President Trump's Transition Sabotage Threatens Vaccine Rollout; Georgia Confirms Biden Victory, No Widespread Fraud; Biden Delivers Sharpest Rebukes Yet of Trump; Trump Legal Team Goes Off the Rails; Trump Invites Michigan Republicans to White House; U.S. Vaccine Prioritization Plan is in the Works; CDC To Release U.S. COVID-19 Vaccine Prioritization Plan; Uganda Election Unrest: Dozens Killed In Protests After Candidate Arrested; Nigeria Threatens To Sanction CNN Over Investigation; Joe Biden: There Is No Excuse To Not Share Data And Let Us Plan; U.S. Tops 185,759 New COVID-19 Cases, Highest One Day Total. Aired 2-3a ET
• New U.S. Coronavirus Cases Soar to Record Thursday; Texas Hospitals Pushed to the Brink as ICU Beds Fill Up; India Crosses 9 Million COVID-19 Cases, Second Only to United States; Mexico Confirms More Than 100,000 COVID-19 Deaths; As Cases Soar, U.S. Unemployment Ticks Up; First U.S. Secretary of State Pompeo to Visit West Bank Settlement; Infamous New York Rodent's Copycat; Healthcare Workers Exhausted of COVID-19 Cases; Some Countries in Europe Seeing Decline in COVID-19 Cases; Disobedience Have Consequences; Joe Biden Don't Mind Trump's Tantrums; No Access to Data Means More Deaths. Aired 3-4a ET
• New COVID-19 Cases, Deaths Spike Across the U.S.; Vaccines from Pfizer and Moderna 95 Percent Effective in Trials; More U.S. Schools Closing Amid Surge in COVID-19 Cases; Source: Trump's Transition Delay Driven By Revenge; Trump Lawyers Push Bizarre New Election Fraud Claims; Georgia Recount Confirms Biden Won by 12,000+ Votes; Mexico Hits Tragic COVID Milestone. Aired 4-4:30a ET
• Doctors Slam Sweden's No-Lockdown Strategy as Cases Surge; Inside Texas Hospitals Filled to Capacity with COVID-19 Cases; Key Pandemic Relieve Programs to Expire Soon; Mike Pompeo First Top U.S. Diplomat to Visit West Bank Settlement; ER Doctor with COVID-19 Urges Others to Take Virus Seriously; CDC issues no-travel advisory for Thanksgiving; Medical experts make Thanksgiving plea; Trump stays his course, Republicans take the gamble; Vaccine is on the way, says Fauci; 190,000 new cases Thursday, another record day; Trump legal team's disturbing news conference. Aired 1-2a ET
• Fauci Echoes CDC Warning to Stay Home This Thanksgiving; Texas Hospitals Pushed to the Brink as ICU Beds Fill Up; U.S. Unemployment Claims Rise After Weeks of Decline; Shocking New Allegations in Tyson Foods Wrongful Death Suit; Doctors in Sweden Call for Stricter Measures; Pompeo Broke Precedent with Visit to West Bank Settlement. Aired 4:30-5a ET
• Trump Undercuts Democracy; Missouri Health Official Resigns After Threats; Trump Organization Investigation Expands; Mnuchin Cuts off Emergency Lending Program. Aired 9:30-10a
• Trump Scorns Legal Norms, Refuses To Acknowledge Election Results; W.H. Press Secretary Won't Say If Or When Trump Will Concede Election; Georgia Secretary of State Certifies Biden's Win; Biden: Trump Is "Totally Irresponsible" For Delaying Transition; Sen. Chris Coons (D-DE) Is Interviewed About Donald Trump's Attempt To Overturn The Election. Aired 12:30-1p ET
• Trump's Attack on Election Results Continues; Pfizer Vaccine Submitted for FDA Approval. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• Fed Chair Criticizes Trump Administration for Ending Emergency Lending; Biden Poised to Make 1st Cabinet Announcements Next Week; 12- Year-Old Boy is Youngest to Die from COVID in New Mexico; Update on Coronavirus Responses Around the World. Aired 1:30-2p ET
• Interview with New York City Mayor Public Health Adviser Jay Varma; Georgia Set to Certify Election Results as Biden Continues Transition Process; Illinois Governor Increases COVID-19 Restrictions. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• U.S. Sees Record Surge in New Coronavirus Cases; Michigan's GOP Senate Majority Leader Arrives for Meeting with Trump at White House; Dr. Fauci Urges Officials to Keep Schools Open if Possible. Aired 10- 10:30a ET
• New York Investigators Expand Probe into Trump Organization; Biden Meets with Pelosi And Schumer As COVID Cases Surge; CDC Warns Against Thanksgiving Travel; New York City Shutdown Leaves Thousands of Kids at Risk; in New York City 60,000 Kids Lack Technical Access to Virtual Learning. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• Trump Invites Michigan GOP Officials to White House in Bid to Overturn Results; Joe Biden Calls Trump's Efforts to Overturn Election Totally Irresponsible; U.S. Sees Record Surge in New Coronavirus Cases; Pfizer to Seek Emergency Use Authorization for Vaccine Today; Trump Invites Michigan Republican Lawmakers to the White House. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• Pfizer to Seek Emergency Authorization for Its Vaccine Today; Long Lines, Delayed Results Plague Testing Across U.S.; GOP Sen. Lamar Alexander (R-TN) Calls on Trump to Allow Transition Process to Begin. Aired 11:30-12p ET
• Kansas City Restaurant Owner Warns of "Restaurant Bloodbath"; Fed Chair Criticizes Trump Administration for Ending Emergency Lending; Interview with Erin Brockovich, Environmental Activist; Sweden Sees 2nd Wave as Many People Resist COVID Advice. Aired 2:30-3p ET
• Michigan Senate GOP Officials to Meet with Trump Today; Republican Lawmakers Increase Pressure on Trump; U.S. COVID-19 Deaths Projected to Reach 471,000 by March 1. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• Trump Undercuts American Democracy as Legal Options Fizzle; Record-Breaking Pace, U.S. Sees 187,000-Plus Infections in a Day. Aired 1-1:30p ET
• U.S. Sets Pandemic Record For New Cases 187,000; CNN: Conservations Underway About Inviting PA GOP Lawmakers To White House; Trump Still Denying Election Outcome As Legal Challenges Stumble; CNN: Trump Told Ally He's Trying To Get Back At Democrats For Questioning The Legitimacy Of His 2016 Election; Dr. Birx: Some Americans Confused By Mask Guidance. Aired 12-12:30p ET
• Trump Ratchets Up Efforts to Overturn Election; Trump's Legal Team Makes Baseless Voter Fraud Claims as They Keep Losing Cases in Court; U.S. COVID Cases Hit Record High, 2,000 Plus Deaths Reported Thursday. Aired 11-11:30a ET
• Doctors Slam Sweden's No-Lockdown Strategy as Cases Surge; Inside Texas Hospitals Filled to Capacity with COVID-19 Cases; Key Pandemic Relief Programs to Expire Soon; Mike Pompeo First Top U.S. Diplomat to Visit West Bank Settlement. Aired 1-2a ET


November 19, 2020
• COVID Has Killed 250,000 Americans; Lockdown Works in France; BioNTech and Pfizer Ready to Supply the World; P.M. Benjamin Netanyahu Thanked Trump's Success in Jerusalem. Hurricane Iota Left Total Devastation in Central America; Australia Apologized for Crimes Committed. Conflicting Accounts of Military Gains in Ethiopia; Ethiopian Government Denies Civilian Casualties; Arrest of Presidential Candidate Bobi Wine Sparks Protests; Nigerian Activist, Peaceful Protest Turned Deadly; Boeing 737 Max Approved to Fly Passengers Again; Emirates, We Can Bridge The Gap in Vaccine Distribution; Thousands in Peru Take Part in Sinopharm Chinese Vaccine Trials; Buttery Goodness from Nigella; New Zealand Police Introduce Hijab as Part Of Uniform. Aired 3-4a ET
• U.S. Surpasses Quarter of a Million COVID-19 Deaths; Trump Bunkered in White House, Attacking the Election and Democracy with False Claims and Firings; Pfizer Submits COVID-19 Vaccine for FDA Approval; Trump Faces Legal Cases after White House Departure; Australia Apologizes to Afghanistan for Suspected Unlawful Killings by Special Forces; Nigerian Activist: Peaceful Protest Turned Deadly; Fighting to Keep Culture Alive During COVID-19. Aired 12-12:45a ET
• U.S. Death Toll form COVID-19 Surpasses 250,000; More Than a Dozen U.S. States Tighten Restrictions; Fauci Frustrated by Those Who Deny the Danger; Rising U.S. Infection Rate Further Staining Hospitals; Trump Seeks Recount in Two Wisconsin Counties; Biden: Stonewalling Threatens to Delay Virus Response; Trump Refuses to Accept Election Results; Pompeo Meeting in Jerusalem with Israeli Prime Minister Netanyahu. Aired 4-4:30a ET
• Biden Warns Trump Stonewalling May Delay Virus Efforts; Top U.S. Vaccine Adviser on Potential Logistical Nightmare; Emirates: We can Bridge the Gap in Vaccine Distribution; Airlines Detail Plans to Return Boeing 737 Max to Service; Warp Speed: Zero To 250,000 Deaths In 10 Months; Australian Special Forces Alleged War Crimes In Afghanistan; Iota Decimates Nicaragua, Honduras And Peru; Chinese Big Pharma Moves Ahead With Experimental Vaccines; Biden Zooms With Healthcare Workers, Seeks To Understand; Upon FDA Approval, Initial Vaccine Could Be Weeks Away. Aired 1-2a ET
• W.H.O.: Europe Sees First Decline in Cases in Months; Tokyo Raises COVID Alert to Highest Level; Pfizer and BioNTech: COVID-19 Vaccine is 95 Percent; Effective; Australia Apologizes for Alleged War Crimes in Afghanistan; Stacey Abrams Credited for Mobilizing Black Voters in Georgia; Fighting to Keep Culture Alive During COVID-19. Aired 4:30-5a ET
• U.S. Surpasses Quarter of a Million COVID-19 Deaths; Pfizer Submits COVID-19 Vaccine for FDA Approval; Trump Bunkered in White House, Attacking the Election and Democracy with False Claims and Firings; Australia Apologizes to Afghanistan for Unlawful Killings; Emirates Weigh Options for Vaccine Distribution. Aired 2-3a ET
• Death Toll Climbs as Hospitalizations Hit Record High Across the U.S.; 12 Million Americans Could Lose Unemployment Day After Christmas; New Poll Shows 70 Percent GOP Voters Think Biden Won Due to Voter Fraud. Aired 9:30-10a ET
• Health Care Workers Report Dire Shortage of Gloves; Trump Shakes Up Legal Team as Election Lawsuit Losses Mount; Major COVID Outbreak on U.S. Navy Warship as DOD Reports Record Number of New Cases in Military; CDC: Returning College Students & Returning Military Not Considered Part of Household. Aired 1:30-2p ET
• Interview with Sioux Falls, South Dakota Mayor Paul TenHaken; Biden to Meet with Republican and Democratic Governors Today; Brooklyn Food Pantry Sees 75 Percent Rise in Need. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• New York Public Schools Move Virtual; Trump Continues Attempts to Meddle in Election Results. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• WH Task Force Will Hold Briefing This Afternoon; Rep. Pramila Jayapal (D-WA) Is Interviewed About COVID-19 Cases Climbing On Capitol Hill Lawmakers; Biden Acknowledges "Real Brick Walls" He'll Face If Republicans Maintain Senate Majority. Aired 12:30-1p ET
• U.S. Death Toll Surpasses 250,000 as Pandemic Rages; CNN Reports, Current, Former Trump Officials Reach Out Privately to Biden. Aired 10-10:30a ET
• Florida Surpasses 900K Total COVID-19 Cases; New York City Schools Close as Coronavirus Cases Climb; CNN: Current, Former Trump Officials Reach Out Privately to Biden; Biden to Hold Call with Bipartisan Group of Governors Today; Death Toll Climbs As Hospitalizations in the U.S. Continue to Rise. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• U.S. Deaths Soar Past 250,000, Trump Hunkers Down in White House Tweeting Conspiracy Theories on Election Fraud; Food Banks Face Unprecedented Demand as Unemployment Claims Rise & Federal Benefits Could End Before Christmas; Denise Turner Roth Discusses the Importance of the Presidential Transition, How It's Being Politicized as Trump Refuses to Concede. Aired 2:30-3p ET
• Two Republicans in Michigan Ask to Rescind Election Certification Vote, Democratic Vice Chair Says Too Late; Trump Invites GOP Michigan Lawmakers to The White House After Alleging Voter Irregularities; Trump Campaign Drops Federal Lawsuit in Michigan; Congress Takes A Holiday With No Stimulus Plan in Sight; COVID Ravages Rural Dakotas; North Dakota Sees Largest Spike in COVID Cases Per Capita. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• Growing Frustration Among Biden Team with Lack of White House Cooperation; Biden, Nurse Share Emotional Moment During COVID Event; First-Time Jobless Claims Rise for First Time in Five Weeks. Aired 11:30-12p ET
• COVD-19 Cases Continue to Rise as Thanksgiving Approaches; Governors Around Country Vary in COVID-19 Response; Recapping Rudy Giuliani's Press Conference Alleging Voter Fraud. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• Georgia Election Audit Results Expected at Any Moment; U.S. Surpasses 250,000 COVID Deaths, More Hospitalized Than Ever; Officials Warn Against Holiday Gatherings as Deaths Exceed 250,000. Aired 1- 1:30p ET
• New Restrictions Sweep Across Country as Pandemic Rages; CDC Forecasts up to 298,000 U.S. COVID-19 Deaths by December 12; New York City Schools Close as COVID Test Positivity Rate Hits 3 percent. Aired 11-11:30a ET
• Biden Warns Transition Delay Can Impact Vaccine Distribution; Georgia Secretary Of State Says He Doesn't Believe Audit Will Change That Biden Won The State; White House Task Force Will Hold Briefing This Afternoon; House GOP Leader: Biden Will Have A Hard Time If 70 Percent Of Republicans Think He Cheated To Win; CNN: Trump Officials Quietly Reaching Out To Biden Transition Team. Aired 12-12:30p ET


November 18, 2020
• Thousands of U.S. Troops to Withdraw from Afghanistan, Iraq; Trump Fumes Over Election Loss and Refuses to Concede; Trump Fires Top DHS Election Security Official; Pfizer Completes Safety Review of COVID-19 Vaccine; Tips on How to Stay Safe During the Pandemic; Second Wave of COVID-19 Sweeping Parts of Europe as Logistical Challenge of Transporting the Vaccines; South Australia to Shut Down for Six Days After Outbreak; Three Former Pro-Democracy Lawmakers Arrested; Iota Weakens as it Batters Central America; President Trump Not Pleased with CISA Director's Statement; France Hit Two Million Coronavirus Cases; Nigerian Forces Killed Peaceful Protesters; COVID Vaccine Comes with Challenges; U.S. Troops Going Home. Aired 3-4a ET
• President Trump Fires The Senior Homeland Security Official Who Refuted His Unfounded Claims Of Voter Fraud; New Cases, New Infections Rising Above 140,000 Yesterday Alone; Pfizer Says Their Vaccine Is Actually 95 Percent Effective; Chris Krebs Is Another To Be Fired By President Trump. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• Trump Fires DHS Official Who Rejected Voter Fraud Claims; U.S. States Tighten Restrictions as Infections Soar; Iowa Hospitalizations Have Doubled in Recent Weeks; Pfizer Completes Safety Review of COVID- 19 Vaccine; CDC to Decide Who Will Get COVID-19 Vaccine First; Trump Fumes Over Election Loss, Refuses to Concede; U.S. Secretary of State Pompeo Heading to Israel. Aired 4-4:30a ET
• Krebs Fired By Tweet For Saying Election Was Fair; Inside Iowa's Escalating COVID Crisis; Trump Legal Battle Loses Its Swagger; Transporting Vaccines By Air Right Up There As Top Logistical Challenge; Coronavirus Finds Rural Counties After Spread In Cities; Nigerian Army Calls Allegations "Fake News"; Three Former Hong Kong Pro-Democracy Lawmakers Arrested; Thousands of Troops to Withdraw from Afghanistan, Iraq; Facebook, Twitter Chiefs Grilled by U.S. Senators; Inside COVID Quarantine with Actor Wade Williams. Aired 1-2a ET
• U.S. Tightness Restrictions as Infections Soar; France Surpasses 2 Million Coronavirus Cases; Iota Weakens, Batters Central America; Chef Jose Andres Helping Iota Survivors; Thai Protestors Vow More Demonstrations in Bangkok; Three Former Pro-Democracy Lawmakers Arrested; Logistical Challenges of Transporting Vaccine; GOP Senator Lindsey Graham Questioned State Officials in GA, AZ, and NV Where Trump Lost; 87-Year-Old Sen. Chuck Grassley Tests Positive for COVID- 19; Biden Team Blasts Trump on Transition, Gets Own National Security Briefing from Experts. Aired 12-1a ET
• France Surpasses Two Million COVID-19 Cases; Merkel: Situation in Germany Still Very Serious; South Australia to Shut Down for Six Days After Outbreak; Logistical Challenges of Transporting Vaccine; Michigan's Largest County Certifies Results; Trump Lawyer Giuliani Pursues Claims of Election Fraud; Six People Dead After Hurricane Iota Hit Nicaragua. Aired 4:30-5a ET
• Biden Meets with Health Care Workers; GOP Senator Congratulate Harris; Possibility of COVID Vaccine Approval and Distribution; France Reaches 2 Million Cases. Aired 9:30-10a ET
• COVID-19 Cases Spiking; New York City Schools Close Amid Coronavirus Spike. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• 87-Year-Old GOP Sen. Chuck Grassley Tests Positive for COVID- 19; U.S. Reports Deadliest Day of Pandemic in Six Months; CNN: Trump Team Aiming to Box Biden in with Foreign Policy Moves. Aired 12:30-1p ET
• GOP Senators Congratulate Harris While Publicly Supporting Trump's Attempt to Undermine Election; Trump Remains Bunkered in White House, Making Policy Decisions; Illinois Governor Announces New Rules to Control Spread after 12,000 New Cases Reported Yesterday; Kentucky Bar Owners Urges Governor to Shut Down as Cases Surge; Georgia Voter Accused by Trump of Casting Vote in Dead Woman's Name Is Alive. Aired 1:30-2p ET
• U.S. Tightness Restrictions as Infections Soar; Trump Fires Top DHS Election Security Official; Trump Attorney Giuliani Pursues Claims of Voter Fraud; Thousands of U.S. Troops to Withdraw from Afghanistan, Iraq; France Surpasses 2 Million Coronavirus Cases; South Australia to Shut Down for Six Days; Democracy Protests Turn Violent in Thailand. Aired 2-3a ET
• Biden Transition Continues Without COVID-19 Data Access; Sioux Falls, South Dakota Passes Mask Mandate; Interview with Lt. Gov. Kathleen Hochul (D-NY). Aired 10:30-11a ET
• Trump Fires Top DHS Cybersecurity Official Who Rejected Voter Fraud Claims; Georgia Election Audit on Track to Finish Today And Affirm Biden Win; Michigan's Largest County Certifies Results After GOP Reversal; Trump Proponents Suggesting State Legislature Pick Electors for Trump; Trump Fires Top Official Who Called Election Most Secure in American History; New York City Schools Close As Coronavirus Cases Climb. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• Sen. Cruz Attacks Democratic Senator over Mask Comments; NYC to Close Public Schools, All Remote Learning as of Thursday; North Dakota Hospital to Open COVID Unit Amid Record Hospitalizations; Biden Team Responds after Trump Campaign Files for Partial Recount in Wisconsin; Biden Pushes Ahead with Transition with No Help from Trump; Biden: Trump Refusal to Cooperate Could Impact COVID Response & Vaccine; Georgia On Track to Finish Election Audit Today; $125 Million+ Spent on Ads in 2 Georgia Senate Runoff Races. Aired 2:30-3p ET
• Wayne County, Michigan Okays Election Results After GOP's Brief Block; U.S. Reports Deadliest Day of Pandemic in Six Months. Aired 10- 10:30a ET
• Interview with Livonia, Michigan City Clerk Susan Nash; GSA Administrator Emily Murphy Follows 2000 Precedent; Michigan Begins Three-Week Pause. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• Trump Fires Official Who Disputed His Baseless Election Fraud Claims; U.S. Records Deadliest Day Of Pandemic In Six Months; Midwest Struggling With Major Surge In Cases And Deaths. Aired 11-11:30a ET
• Trump Fires Official Who Disputed His Baseless Election Fraud Claims; Pfizer And BioNTech Says, COVID Vaccine 95 Percent Effective, No Major Safety Issues; Global Cases Surpass 55 Million. Aired 11:30- 12p ET
• Trump Out Of Sight Today As He Touts Election Conspiracies On Twitter; Trump Campaign To Seek Partial Recount In Wisconsin; Rudy Giuliani Backpedals On Fraud Allegations In PA Case; Pfizer: COVID-19 Vaccine Is Safe And 95 Percent Effective; CNN: Trump Team Aiming To Box Biden In With Foreign Policy Moves. Aired 12-12:30p ET
• Trump Fires DHS Cyber Chief Who Called Election Secure; Pfizer Says, Final Analysis Shows Vaccine Is 95 Percent Effective And Safe. Aired 1-1:30p ET


November 17, 2020
• CDC Advisory Committee Set to Meet Next Week; European Union Pursuing Vaccine Deal with Moderna; The Real Toll of Coronavirus in Russia; United Airlines Testing Everyone On U.S.-London Flight; SpaceX Crew Dragon Astronauts Welcomed on ISS; Tesla to Join S&P 500 Index in December; Hurricane Iota Threatens Central America; What is Trump's Endgame; Moderna with its Promising Vaccine; President-elect Joe Biden Eager to Combat Coronavirus; Hope Without Cooperation Isn't Good; France's COVID-19 Cases Declining; Hurricane Iota Battered Central America. Aired 3-4a ET
• Moderna Announces Its COVID-19 Vaccine is 94.5 Percent Effective; Autumn Surge Brings Terrifying Jump in U.S. Cases; Biden Ramps Up Push for Administration Cooperation; Trump Refuses to Accept Outcome of Presidential Election; Trump Expected to Order More Troops Home; U.S. Secretary of State Visit Turkey, Won't Meet with Leaders; Dangerous Storm Iota Hits Central America. Aired 4-4:30a ET
• Second U.S. Vaccine Breakthrough Hailed; Transition Team Needs Access To Government To Plan Vaccine Rollout; Nicaragua's Double Whammy Hurricanes Just 14 Days Apart; Monday: Hospital Admissions 73,000 Nationwide; Trump's Potential Troop Drawdown Ill Advised; Russia's COVID Reality Not What Kremlin Portrays; Republican Support Eroding for Trump's Election Denial. Extremely Dangerous Storm Hitting Central America; Giuliani's Relentless Drive to Challenge the Election. Aired 1-2a ET
• Autumn Surge Brings Terrifying Jump in COVID-19 Cases; Hurricane Iota Makes Landfall in Northeastern Nicaragua; Trump Still Denies Election Outcome; Trump Expected to Order More Troops Home; Trump Expected to Withdraw Troops from Iraq & Afghanistan; The Real Toll of Coronavirus in Russia; United Begins Testing Everyone on New York-London Flight; NYT: Last Week Trump Sought Options to Attack Iran; Michigan Attorney General Dana Nessel is Interviewed about Michigan's COVID Mitigation Efforts. Aired 12-12:45a ET
• Moderna Announces Its COVID-19 Vaccine is 94.5 Percent Effective; Trump Refuses to Concede Election to President-Elect; Giuliani's Relentless Drive to Challenge the Election; Europe Tightens Restrictions as Cases Surge; The Real Toll of Coronavirus in Russia; Black Congresswoman-Elect Called "Breonna" By Mistake. Aired 4:30-5a ET
• Moderna's Promising Vaccine; European Union Pursuing Vaccine Deal with Moderna; Hurricane Iota Makes Landfall in Northeastern Nicaragua; Biden Transition Briefing Scheduled for Today; Truth Decay: Diminishing Role of Facts in U.S. Public Life; Trump Queries Advisers about Attacking Iran; U.S. Secretary of State Meeting with Turkish Religious Leaders; Navajo Nation Begins Three-Week Lockdown. Aired 2- 3a ET
• COVID Surges in the Dakotas; Trump Undermines Biden's Legitimacy; Navajo Nation Set to Lockdown; Navajo Nation's President on Lockdown. Aired 9:30-10a ET
• Coronavirus Hospitalizations Reach All-Time High; Biden Announces Members of White House Senior Staff; Georgia GOP Secretary of State: Graham Implied I Should Toss Legal Ballots. Aired 11-11:30a ET
• Sen. Graham Defends Reaching Out To Top Election Officials In Key Battleground States; McConnell Opposes Removing U.S. Troops From Afghanistan; Kansas City, Mo Announces New Restrictions To Combat COVID-19; Sen. Chuck Grassley Quarantining After Exposure To COVID-19. Aired 12:30-1p ET
• Chaos in President Trump's Final Days?; Pandemic Raging. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• Interview with Harris County Public Health Executive Director Umair Shah; Joe Biden Plans Policies to Help Women; Russia May Be Underreporting COVID-19 Infections. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• Fauci Says, Transitions Are Important to Fighting COVID; CNN Reports, Trump Expected to Order Troop Cuts in Iraq, Afghanistan; Pfizer to Test Coronavirus Vaccine Distribution in Four States. Aired 10-10:30a ET
• GA GOP Election Chief Says Graham Asked About Tossing Votes; Interview with Jaime Harrison, former Georgia Democratic Senate Candidate; How Trump Team's Claims & Promises Line Up with COVID Spread; Howard Stern: "Trump TV" Would Fail Within a Year. Aired 1:30- 2p ET
• CNN Reports, Trump Expected to Order Troop Cuts in Iraq, Afghanistan; AMA, Other Medical Groups Call on Trump Administration to Share COVID Info with Biden Transition Team; Trump Aims to Undermine Biden's Legitimacy Even as Lawsuits Fizzle. Aired 11:30-12p ET
• Iowa Governor Imposes Mask Mandate After Months of Opposition; COVID Shatters Records Ahead of Holiday Season; Lindsey Graham Calls Allegation Ridiculous, Says Call Was About Toughening Voting Rules Ahead of Senate Runoffs; Pfizer Reaches Safety Milestone and Prepares to File for Emergency Use Authorization. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• Biden Coronavirus Task Force Hasn't Talked to White House About Transition; Interview with Dr. Anthony Fauci About Coronavirus at All- Time High; Georgia Secretary of State Claims Lindsey Graham Told Him to Toss Out Legal Ballots; Cases and Hospitalizations Surge in North and South Dakota; U.S. Futures Mixed After Dow and S&P Hit New Highs. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• Health Care Officials Around the Country Short on Resources; Live Coverage of Acting Defense Secretary Christopher Miller Press Conference; Georgia on Track to Certify Election Results Before Deadline. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• U.S. Now Averaging 155,000-Plus New Coronavirus Infections a Day; Georgia Election Official Says, Recount Will Affirm Biden's Win. Aired 1-1:30p ET
• Hospitalizations Climb To Record 73,000-Plus; Nationwide Positivity Rate Now Over 10 Percent; Senator Lindsey Graham Tells CNN He Spoke To Arizona Governor And Nevada Election Officials About The Integrity Of The Vote; White House Task Force: U.S. Battling "Unrelenting" COVID-19 Spread; Dr. Anthony Fauci: Convincing Enough Americans To Get COVID-19 Vaccine "Is Going To Be A Difficult Task". Aired 12-12:30p ET
• Biden Briefed By National Security Experts But Not By Government; Fulton County, NY, Sheriff Richard Giardino Discusses Why He Will Not Enforce NY Governor's Mandate To Police Thanksgiving Gatherings; Trump's Scorched-Earth Plans Clearer As Term Expires; Interview With Brett Bruen, Former Director Of Global Engagement; GOP Election Chief Says Graham Asked About Tossing Votes. Aired 2:30-3p ET


November 16, 2020
• U.S. Hit a Million Infections in One week; President Trump Still Refuse to Concede; Germany Preparing for More Restrictions; SpaceX Falcon 9 Took Off; Leaders Congratulate Biden's Victory; President Trump Says He Won After Previously Acknowledging Biden's Win; UK Prime Minister in Self-Quarantine After Possible COVID-19 Exposure; Japan Prepares for Olympic Games During Pandemic. Aired 3-4a ET
• Trump Acknowledges Biden Victory But Refuses to Concede; Biden Advisers to Speak with Drug Companies About Vaccine; Fauci: Biden Transition will Improve U.S. COVID Response; Some European Nations Seeing Fewer Cases in Lockdown; Powerful Storm Gains Category Two Strength; SpaceX Launches Astronauts Into Orbit to Dock with ISS; Texas Adds Mobile Morgues as Cases, Hospitalizations Surge; Control of U.S. Senate to Be Decided in Georgia; Americans Moving to Italy for Greener Pastures; Rev. Raphael Warnock is Interviewed about Georgia Run-off; Trump's Lawsuits Shot Down, Laughed Off Across Country. Aired 12-12:45a ET
• Trump Acknowledges Biden Victory But Refuses To Concede; SpaceX Launches Astronauts Into Orbit To Dock With ISS; Ethiopia's Conflict Sparks Fears Of Humanitarian Crisis; Thousands Flee Violence In Ethiopia's Tigray Region; Amnesty Int. Alleges Massacre In Northern Ethiopia; Control of US Senate to be Decided in Georgia; 15 Asia- Pacific Countries Form Largest Free Trade Bloc; Hundreds Evacuate After Deadly Flooding in Colombia; Iota Now a Major Category 4 Hurricane; Donald Trump Still Refuses to Concede; U.S. Surpasses 11 Million COVID-19 Cases; Secretary of State Mike Pompeo Kicks Off Seven Nation Tour; Cuba Reopens International Airport. Aired 2-3a ET
• Top Republicans Remain On Mute; Biden Team Presses On With COVID Plan Despite Shut Out; A Million More U.S. Cases In Just Six Days; World's Largest Free Trade Bloc Will Aid Recovery; Tokyo Gears Up For Olympic Games; Biden Denied Access to coronavirus Information; A Guide to What Happens Before Inauguration Day; Some Trump Supports Turning Off Fox News; SpaceX Launches Astronauts into Orbit to Dock with ISS; Dustin Johnson Dominates in Win at Augusta. Aired 1-2a ET
• Georgia's Largest County Finishes Hand Recount of Votes; Pompeo in France for First Leg of Seven-Nation Tour; 15 Asia-Pacific Nations Sign China-Backed Trade Pact; Obama: It's Time for Trump to Concede; Countries in Europe Battle Rising Cases of COVID-19; U.K. Prime Minister Self-Quarantine After Possible COVID-19 Exposure; Cuba Reopens Havana Airport After Seven-Month Closure; SpaceX Launches Astronauts into Orbit to Dock with ISS; Dustin Johnson Dominates in Win At Augusta. Aired 4:30-5a ET
• Stocks Surge on COVID Vaccine News; Texas Sees Record Cases; Georgia's Recount; British Prime Minister Self-Isolating. Aired 9:30- 10a
• President-Elect Biden Holds News Conference; Trump Set to Reduce Troop Presence in Iraq and Afghanistan. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• Trump's Long History of Baselessly Shouting Fraud, Denying Defeat; Coronavirus Cases Overwhelm Idaho's Primary Care Clinics; CNN: U.S. Military Told to Plan for Troop Drawdown in Afghanistan & Iraq in Final Days of Trump Administration. Aired 1:30-2p ET
• Moderna Says, COVID-19 Vaccine is 94.5 Percent Effective; Trump Admits Biden Won, Insists He is Not Conceding; Trump Stonewalls Biden Transition During Pandemic. Aired 10-10:30a ET
• Interview with Maine CDC Director Nirav Shah; Trump Election Lawsuits Continue to Fail in Court; Dustin Johnson Wins Masters Golf With Record-Setting Score. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• Moderna's COVID-19 Vaccine is 94.5 Percent Effective; Pandemic Raging Across the U.S. as Trump Blocks Biden Transition; Biden-Harris Advisors to Meet with Drug Companies This Week; Coronavirus Surge in the U.S. Puts a Major Strain on Hospitals; U.S. Stocks Poised for Record Highs After Moderna Vaccine Update. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• Illinois Report 10,000 New Cases For 10 Straight Days; Biden, Harris Receive Economic Briefing. Aired 12:30-1p ET
• Interview With Former Education Secretary Arne Duncan; Obama Weighs in on Trump Refusing to Concede, What Worries Him Most on America's Democracy; Trump Rushes to Auction Arctic Refuge Oil & Gas Drilling Rights Before Biden Can Block; Trump to Attempt to Box Biden Administration on China Policies; Soon, Biden & Harris Expected to Speak on Economy as Pandemic Worsens. Aired 2:30-3p ET
• Oregon to Start Two-Week Freeze Amid Spike in Cases, Hospitalizations; Lawsuits That Tried to Disrupt Biden's Wins in Four States Are Withdrawn; United Airlines Testing All Passengers for COVID before Flight to London. Aired 11:30-12p ET
• Biden Says More People May Die If Trump and GOP Obstruct Transition; Biden Says We Have an Opportunity to Come Out of This Stronger; Biden Says Money Is There for Pandemic Relief. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• U.S. Military Told to Plan For Middle East Troop Drawdown; Trump Claims He Won Election; Second COVID-19 Vaccine Found Effective. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• Moderna Says, Vaccine is 94.5 Percent Effective Against the Coronavirus; Michigan Enacts New Restrictions to Slow COVID Spread; Activists Deliver Petition to GSA to Recognize Biden, Start Transfer. Aired 1-1:30p ET
• Officials: Trump Has Not Met With COVID-19 Task Force In Five Months; More COVID-19 Deaths In 28 States Versus Last Week; U.S. Eclipses 11 Million COVID-19 Cases; White House National Security Adviser Moves Closer To Accepting Biden Win; Illinois Is Now One Of The Worst-Hit States For Total Cases. Aired 12-12:30p ET
• Pandemic Raging Across U.S. As Trump Blocks Biden Transition; State Officials Reimpose Restrictions As Pandemic Rages; Moderna: Coronavirus Vaccine 94.5 Percent Effective. Aired 11-11:30a ET
• Trump Still Refuses to Concede Despite Election Loss; Biden Advisers to Speak with Drug Companies About Vaccine; COVID Cases Soar Across U.S. While Trump Refuses to Concede; Concerns That Transition Delay Could Threaten National Security; New York Governor Threatens to Sue Over Trump Vaccination Plan; U.S. Surpasses 11 Million COVID-19 Cases. Aired 4-4:30a ET


November 15, 2020
• Pro-Trump Election Protests; California COVID-19 Cases Spike; Europe Tightness Coronavirus Restrictions; Trump Pushes Fraud, Refuses to Concede; New York Leaders Weighing Emergency COVID-19 Options; Parler Woos Conservatives Away from Facebook, Twitter. Aired 2-3a ET
• Trump Pushes Fraud, Refuses to Concede; COVID-19 Surging across Texas; Europe Tightness Coronavirus Restrictions; Republicans Resist Acknowledging Trump's Loss; Al Qaeda's Abu Mohammed al-Masri Killed; Art's Evolution during the Pandemic. Aired 3-4a ET
• Trump Pushes Fraud, Refuses to Concede; Republicans Resist Acknowledging Trump's Loss; New York Leaders Weighing Emergency COVID- 19 Options; Europe Tightness Coronavirus Restrictions; California COVID-19 Cases Spike; Georgia Recount Roughly 20 Percent Complete; Al Qaeda's Abu Mohammed al-Masri Killed; Federal Judge Says New DACA Rules are Invalid; Art's Evolution during the Pandemic. Aired 4-5a ET
• COVID-19 Surging Across Texas; Trump Pushes Fraud, Refuses To Concede; Republicans Resist Acknowledging Trump's Loss; Europe Tightness Coronavirus Restrictions; Jared And Ivanka Likely To Find New York Society Unwelcoming. Aired 5-6a ET
• U.S. Soars To Record 184,000 New Virus Cases On Friday; Trump Again Refuses To Accept Biden Win Is Legitimate; Georgia's Largest County Expected To Complete Recount Today; Airlines Prepping For Thanksgiving Rush Despite Travel Warnings. Aired 2-3p ET
• U.S. Surpasses 11 Million COVID Cases; Trump Still Will Not Concede; NASA And SpaceX Set For Historic Mission To ISS; Fulton County Completes Manual Recount. Aired 5-6p ET
• Trump Stonewalls Transition To Biden Amid Pandemic; U.S. Surpasses 11 Million Cases Of COVID-19; Obama Says, Election Results Show Nation Remains Deeply Divided; NASA SpaceX Rocket A Go For Launch. Aired 6-7p ET
• U.S. COVID-19 Cases And Hospitalizations Reach Critical Levels; Coronavirus Task Force Members Confirm Trump Has Not Attended Meeting In Months; Washington Governor Orders Sweeping New COVID-19 Restrictions. Aired 3-4p ET
• Trump Golfs, Still Denies Loss To Biden; Trump Stonewalls Transition To Biden During Pandemic; Historic NASA And SpaceX Launch Set For Tonight; FOX News Fuels Trump's Baseless Voter Fraud Claims; Vaccine By End Of April. Aired 4-5p ET
• Gov. Whitmer Says She Won't Be "Bullied" As Trump COVID Adviser Urges Michigan To "Rise Up" Against New Rules; Biden Transition Team To Meet With Pfizer, Drug Companies; States Scramble To Stop The Spread As The U.S. Surpasses 11 Million Cases Of COVID-19; Utah Governor Issues Statewide Mask Mandate, Other Restrictions; Obama: President Trump's False Election Fraud Claims Endanger Democracy; NASA And SpaceX Make History With Manned Mission Launch. Aired 10-11p ET
• Thirteen Days Of 100,000-Plus COVID-19 Cases In U.S.; WH Denies Blocking Biden Team From Vaccine Distribution Plan; Biden Transition Team To Meet With Pfizer, Drug Companies; Texas Surpasses One Million Cases, Hospitals Overwhelmed; Former Trump Officials On The Damage He's Doing To America; Trump Admits Biden Won, Refuses To Concede, Blames Loss On String Of Conspiracy. Aired 11p-12a ET
• Washington Protest Escalate Into Violence; Trump Pushing False Fraud Claims, Refuses To Conceded; US Smashes Another Coronavirus Record; Typhoon Vamco Lashing Vietnam. Aired 12-12:30a ET


November 14, 2020
• Trump Claims Election Fraud with No Evidence; Biden Cements Victory with Electoral College Count of 306; U.S. Breaks New Daily Coronavirus Case Record Again; Ethiopians Flee Fighting to Sudan; France's COVID-19 Hospital Admissions Drop; SpaceX-NASA Send Four to ISS. Aired 2-2:45a ET
• Trump Claims Election Fraud with No Evidence; Biden Cements Victory with Electoral College Count of 306; U.S. Breaks New Daily Coronavirus Case Record Again; France's COVID-19 Hospital Admissions Drop; SpaceX-NASA Send Four to ISS. Aired 3-3:30a ET
• Coronavirus Cases Continue to Surge in States Across U.S.; Coronavirus Case Increase May Result in City Lockdowns; Pfizer and Moderna Soon to Apply for Emergency Use Authorization for Coronavirus Vaccines; for President-Elect Joe Biden Still Not Receiving Daily Intelligence Briefings; Former Trump Chief of Staff John Kelly Criticizes White House Blocking Transition Processes for President- Elect Joe Biden; Trump Campaign Falsely Claims Voter Cast Ballot When Dead; Campaign Ramping Up for Georgia Senate Runoff Races; Masters Taking Place Late Due to Coronavirus Pandemic. Aired 10-11a ET
• Trump Claims Election Fraud with No Evidence; Biden Cements Victory with Electoral College Count of 306; France's COVID-19 Hospital Admissions Drop; U.S. Breaks New Daily Coronavirus Case Record Again. Aired 4-5a ET
• Biden Cements Victory with Electoral College Count of 306; Trump Claims Election Fraud with No Evidence; States in the Dark about Vaccine Plan; COVID-19 Surge Likely to Impact Holidays. Aired 5-6a ET
• Pro-Trump Protests; COVID-19 Hospitalizations Set A New Record Across The U.S.; Georgia Recount; Senate Runoffs In Georgia To Determine Senate Majority; Cautious Optimism In Europe As Infections Begin To Drop; Company Produces Plastic Alternative To Combat Climate Change; "Stop The Steal" Movement Spreading Far And Fast Online. Aired 11a-12p ET
• Coronavirus Cases Continue To Surge In States Across U.S.; President Trump's Supporters Gather In Washington D.C. For Rally; Coronavirus Case Increase May Result In City Lockdowns And Other Restrictions; President-Elect Joe Biden Still Not Receiving Daily Intelligence Briefings; Former Trump Chief Of Staff John Kelly Criticizes White House Blocking Transition Processes For President- Elect Joe Biden. Aired 2-3p ET
• As Trump Refuses To Concede, Pro-Trump Groups Protest Results; Biden Team Seeks Coronavirus Backchannels With Transition Locked Out; Obama Saying Trump's Refusal To Concede Will Cause Damage To County; Right-Wing Media Encouraging Trump's Election Denial; Georgia Begins Hand Recount Of Nearly Five Million Ballots. Aired 3-4p ET
• As Trump Refuses To Concede, Pro-Trump Groups Protest Result; U.S. Shatters Daily Record with 184,000-Plus New Cases Reported Friday; Former Trump Chief Of Staff John Kelly Warns Delaying Transition "Could Be Catastrophic"; Dozens Of Secret Service Agents Isolating After Infections, Exposure; "Stop the Steal" Movement Spreading Far and Fast Online. Aired 4-5p ET
• As Trump Refuses To Concede, Pro-Trump Groups Protest Results Of Most Secure Election In American History; HHS Secretary Says, Pfizer Presents Unique Distribution Challenges; L.A. Mayor Eric Garcetti Spoke Earlier On Rising COVID Cases, Massive Testing Operation at Dodger Stadium, Biden Election, Newsom Apology For Dinner Gathering. Aired 5-6p ET
• Trump Supporters Rally In D.C. As Biden's Win Nears Certainty; NYT: Rudy Giuliani In Charge Of Trump's Election Lawsuits After Series Of Losses; Obama Slams GOP For Backing Trump's Baseless Voter Fraud Claims; Trump Threatens To Deny New York COVID-19 Vaccine; GOP, Dems Can't Make Deal As Millions Of Americans Struggle; COVID-19 Cases Rise Aboard Cruise Ship Despite Rigorous Testing. Aired 12-1p ET
• COVID-19 Hospitalizations Set A New Record Across The U.S.; Trump In Denial Over Election Defeat As Pandemic Rages To Record Levels; Biden Transition Team Speaking To Former Pentagon Officials To Gather Information; About 20 Percent Of Ballots Counted In First Full Day Of Georgia Recount; Senate Runoffs in Georgia To Determine Senate Majority; Obama: Trump Not Conceding Could Cause Long-Lasting Damage to Country. Aired 1-2p ET
• Former Trump Chief Of Staff, John Kelly Warns Delaying Transition Could Be Catastrophic; U.S. Tops 100,000 New COVID-19 Cases for Twelfth Straight Day; Trump's Legal Challenges To Election Results Fall Flat; Evidence Undermines Trump Campaign's Claims Of Dead Voters In GA; CDC: Black And Latino People Face Higher Rates Of Hospitalization. Aired 6-7p ET


November 13, 2020
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• CNN Projects Joe Biden will Win Arizona; Crack Widens Between Trump & Top Republicans Over Transition; Transition Moving Ahead Despite Trump's Roadblocks; U.S. Surpasses Record COVID-19 Hospitalizations for Third Day; More European Countries Breaking Records Amid Second Wave; Hong Kong Pro-Democracy Lawmakers Resign from Legislature; Battle in Hong Kong Classrooms over Censorship; Book by Obama Details Relationship with Biden. Aired 12-1a ET
• China Acknowledge Joe Biden and Kamala Harris's Victory; Biden to Undo Trump Policies; Accident Killed Seven Peace Keeping Force; Fifteen Hong Kong Lawmakers Resigned from Posts; Typhoon Vamco Killed 26 People in Philippines; Vacation Went Wrong; Tough Hong Kong Law Shackled Teacher's Freedom; Joe Biden Wins Arizona; Joe Biden Undeterred by Trump; U.S. Coronavirus Cases Skyrocketed; Complacency is Not a Good Idea; Europe Still in bad Shape. Aired 3-4a ET
• Transition Moving ahead Despite Trump's Roadblocks: Six Passengers Now Testing Positive aboard SeaDream One Cruise; Hong Kong Pro-Democracy Lawmakers Resign from Legislature; Teachers Leaving Hong Kong Amid New Scrutiny. Aired 1-2a ET
• Cracks Forming in Trump's GOP Wall of Support; U.S. Reporting Record Infections, Hospitalizations as Pandemic Rages. Aired 10-10:30a ET
• China Congratulates Biden and Harris on Election Win; New Surge in COVID-19 Infections in Parts of Europe; French Prime Minister Says One in Four Deaths Now Happening Due to Virus; Examining Biden's Likely First Foreign Policy Moves; Obama's New Memoir Touts Character of Joe Biden. Aired 4:30-5a ET
• Chaos in Government Amid Election Turmoil; Tony Schwartz is Interviewed about President Trump; Newark's Mayor is Interviewed about New Restrictions; China Congratulates Biden. Aired 9:30-10a
• CNN: Dozens Of Secret Service Officers Now Quarantined Or Isolating Because Of Coronavirus; Utah's Republican Governor Issues Statewide Mask Mandate; Sen. Harris Makes History As Firsts Woman Elected VP. Aired 12:30-1p ET
• Interview With Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand (D-NY); Pandemic Exploding; Joe Biden Wins Georgia. Aired 3-3:30p ET.
• Interview with former director of National Geospatial- Intelligence Agency Robert Cardillo; Interview with Bismarck-Burleigh Public Health Director Renae Moch; Tiger Woods Repeats Best First Round at Masters. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• Trump To Address Nation For First Time In A Week; CNN Projects Georgia For Biden; CNN Projects North Carolina For Trump; Historian Speculates On Likelihood Of Trump 2024 Run; Newly Elected Georgian Senator Defies Masks On Capitol Hill; "CNN Heroes: All Star Tribute" Sneak Peek
• Cracks Forming in Trump's GOP Wall of Support?; Homeland Security Department Says Election was Most Security in U.S. History; Joe Biden Predicted to Win Arizona; Interview with Biden Senior Adviser Symone Sanders; U.S. Reports Record Infections in COVID Cases and Hospitalizations; More GOP Members Say Biden Should Receive Intel Briefings. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• Postmaster General To Announce Overhaul Plans In Coming Months; Trump Campaign Eliminates Voter Fraud Hotline After Flooded With Prank Calls; Trump Refusing To Concede, Looking At Options For Future; California Becomes Second State To Surpass 1 Million Cases; Biden Team Seeks Coronavirus Backchannels As Transition Blocked. Aired 12-12.30p ET
• Election Officials Say, November 3 Election Most Secure in U.S. History; CNN Reports, Dozens of Secret Service Agents Now Quarantined or Isolating Because of Coronavirus; More GOP Senators Support Classified Briefings for Biden. Aired 11:30-12p ET
• Biden Wins Arizona and President Trump still Refusing to Concede; Obama Says He's Troubled GOP is "Humoring" Trump's Voter Fraud Claims; U.S. Sets New Record for Daily Cases and Hospitalizations. Aired 11-11:30a ET
• Six passengers now testing positive aboard SeaDream I cruise; More European countries breaking records amid second wave; UK, Spain, Italy & France each has passed 40,000 deaths this week; French lockdown to remain in place for at least 2 weeks; UK has highest COVID death toll of all European nations; Astronauts prepare for SpaceX Dragon launch; The Masters tees off after seven-month COVID delay; Book by former President Barack Obama describes relationship with Biden; Obama details challenges he faced during presidency. Aired 2-3a ET
• CNN Projects Biden Will Win Arizona's 11 Electoral Votes; Some Republicans Appear to Accept Election Reality; Transition Moving Ahead Despite Trump's Roadblocks; Trump Allies Begin Signaling President to Accept Defeat; U.S. Sets COVID-19 Cases Record Thursday with 153,496 New Cases; Pfizer Has Released Promising Data About Vaccine Candidate. Aired 4-4:30a ET
• Trump To Address Nation For First Time In A Week; CNN Projects Georgia For Biden; CNN Projects North Carolina For Trump; Historian Speculates On Likelihood Of Trump 2024 Run; Newly Elected Georgian Senator Defies Masks On Capitol Hill; "CNN Heroes: All Star Tribute" Sneak Peek. Aired 3:30-4p


November 12, 2020
• Japan Warns of Third Wave as COVID-19 Cases Spike; Texas is Reporting 10,000 Plus New Cases for Second Straight Day; Bolsonaro Takes Swipe at U.S. President-Elect Joe Biden; Hong Kong Pro-Democracy Lawmakers Resign in Protest; Storm Dumps Rain on Philippines, Heads for Vietnam; Tropical Storm Eta Nears Landfall in Florida; Italy Facing Another Lack Down; U.S. Local Officials Mandating Masks; President-elect Biden with Blueprint to Combat COVID-19; Pentagon Officials Replaced by Trump Loyalists; Trump Blocking Biden; Coronavirus Vaccine Storage at Sub-Zero Temperature. Aired 3-4a ET
• Biden Moves Forward With One-Sided Transition; Trump's Devolution As A Cult Personality; South Korea's President Moon Speaks The Biden; Bolsonaro Ignores Biden; U.S.: Nine Days Of Cases Over 100,000; Japan's Third Wave: Economy Over Health?; U.S. and U.K. Slam Removal of Pro-Democracy Lawmakers; Blast in Saudi Arabia Injures at Least Two People; Trump's Move to Replace Defense Officials Alarms Pentagon; Election Misinformation Spreading in Social Media; Examining which Masks are Best at Blocking Virus. Aired 1-2a ET
• Biden Moves Forward with Transition without Help from Trump Administration; U.S. Again Breaks Records for New Cases and Hospitalizations. Aired 10-10:30a ET
• Trump Blocks Biden Transition; Georgia to Recount Votes by Hand; Texas Reports 10,000-Plus New Cases for Second Straight Day; Hong Kong Pro-Democracy Lawmakers Resign in Protest; Tropical Storm Eta Nears Florida; Trump's Move to Replace Defense Officials Alarms Pentagon; YouTube Emerging as Source of Election Misinformation; How North Korea Views U.S. President-elect Joe Biden; Golfers Prepare for Augusta in the Age of COVID-19. Aired 12-1a ET
• Texas Becomes First State to Surpass One Million Cases; Biden Announces COVID-19 Task Force, Urges Mask-Wearing; Raffensperger: Votes Counted Accurately in Georgia; North Korea Silent About President-Elect Biden; Eta Makes Landfall in Norther Florida. Aired 4:30-5a ET
• Biden Names White House Chief of Staff; COVID-19 Vaccine Distribution Timeline; Some Republican Lawmakers Starting to Accept Election Results?. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• Biden Blocked from State Department Support; Obama's New Book; Death Rate Drops as Treatments Improve. Aired 9:30-10a
• Trump Continues to Introduce New Legal Challenges to Election Results; Interview with Sen. Dick Durbin (D-IL); U.S. COVID-19 Vaccine Distribution Still in Planning Stages. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• Joe Biden Names Longtime Aide Ron Klain as his Chief of Staff; State Department Preventing Biden from Accessing Messages from Foreign Leaders; Biden Moves Forward with Transition Without Help from Trump Admin; Biden Moves Forward with Transition Without Help from Trump Administration; U.S. Breaks Record Again for New COVID Cases and Hospitalizations; Head of Federal Vaccine Group Says FDA Might not Make Decision About Pfizer's COVID-19 Vaccine Until Christmas. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• Biden COVID Adviser: 4-6 Week Lockdown in U.S. Could Slow COVID Crisis; War Between Trump, FOX & Conservative Media Begins; Dr. Victoria Smith, a Volunteer in Pfizer's Vaccine Trial, Discusses the Treatment. Aired 1:30-2p ET
• Source Describes Trump As "Dejected" Over Election Fight; Trump Adviser Lewandowski Tests Positive For Coronavirus; Obama Memoir Confronts Role His Presidency Played In Trump's Rise; Airlines Adding Flights For Holiday Despite COVID Concerns. Aired 12:30-1p ET
• Biden Names Ron Klain as His White House Chief of Staff; Democrats will Maintain Control of House with Smaller Majority; Utah Nears Breaking Point as Cases, Hospitalizations Keep Rising. Aired 11:30-12p ET
• Aides Split on Whether Trump May Try to Pardon Self; Crack Widens as More and More Republicans Pushing Trump Toward the Door; Arizona Post-Election Audits Find No Evidence of Fraud; Chicago Mayor Issues Stay at Home Advisory. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• Republican Senators Support Biden Transition Process; Trump May Be Considering Pardoning Self; COVID-19 Cases Soar as Gov. Andrew Cuomo (D-NY) Limits Restaurant Hours. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• NY Restaurant & Bar Owners Slam Governor Cuomo's New 10PM Closing Time; Source: 2 Homeland Security Officials Forced to Resign; Arizona Audit of Half of States Shows No Fraud, One of Trump's Many Baseless Election Fraud Claims; Head of "Warp Speed" Vaccine Distribution Plan Speaks to CNN; Update on Coronavirus Responses During Thanksgiving Holiday; Source: Trump Children Split on Post- Election Approach. Aired 2:30-3p ET
• Trump Missing in Action as COVID Crisis Explodes in America; More and More Republicans Pushing Trump Toward the Door. Aired 1-1:30p ET
• Vote Counting Nearing An End In Close Battleground States; Andy Card: Time For Biden To Get Equal Treatment In Transition; At Least Three GOP Senators Say Biden Should Get Intelligence Briefings; U.S. Reports Most Single-Day COVID-19 Deaths Since May; Trump Campaign Files Lawsuits In Battleground States. Aired 12-12:30p ET
• Trump Blocks Biden Transition; Trump's North Korea Legacy; U.K.'s COVID-19 Death Toll Passes 50,000; U.S. Could Pay Citizens during New Lockdown; Hong Kong Pro-Democracy Lawmakers Resign in Protest; Tropical Storm Eta Nears Florida; Golfers Prepare for Augusta. Aired 2-3a ET
• Trump Touts Arizona Vote Count while Dismissing other Results; Vote Counting Nearing an End in Close Battleground States; President- Elect Biden Names Ron Klain as his White House Chief of Staff; U.S. Breaks Record for New Daily Cases, Hospitalizations. Aired 11-11:30a ET


November 11, 2020
• Did Not Air 2-3p ET
• Top U.A. Allies Extend Congratulations to Biden; How Right-Wing Media is Encouraging Election Idealism; Azerbaijan Celebrates Military Victory Over Armenia; Philippines Braces for Another Typhoon; Vatican Report Admits Failures in McCarrick Abuse Case; World's Biggest Online Shopping Event Underway in China; Remembering Saeb Erekat; Biden Projects Calm as Trump Refuses to Concede; U.K. Tries Population-Wide Testing in Liverpool. Aired 12-1a ET
• Funeral Services Begin for Chief Palestinian Negotiator; New Study Shows COVID-19 Survivors Have Risk of Psychiatric Disorders; Biden Speaks to Allies; How Right-Wing Media is Encouraging Election Denialism; Biden Projects Calm as Trump Refuses to Accept Loss; World Biggest Online Shopping Event Underway In China; President Trump Still Refuse to Concede; Americans Skeptical of Coronavirus Vaccine; Europeans Having Second Thoughts of Vaccine Success; Four Hong Kong Officials Disqualified. Aired 3-4a ET
• Transition Turmoil, Republican Refusal, Trump Denial; Trump's Transition Delay Puts America At Risk; Trump Breaks Presidential Transition Norms; GOP Majority Backs Trump's Election Fraud Claims; Saeb Erekat, Palestine's Spokesman, Laid To Rest; COVID Hospitalizations Up Nearly 25 Percent In 7 Days; Singapore-Hong Kong "Travel Bubble" to Start November 22; China Rules Hong Kong Government Can Bypass the Courts to Unseat Local Legislators; Philippines Bracing for Yet Another Typhoon; How Right-Wing Media is Encouraging Election Denialism; Vatican Report Admits Failures in McCarrick Abuse Case; Investors Getting Refunds after China Halts Ant's IP. Aired 1-2a ET
• Some Top Republicans Rejecting Biden's Win; Texas Surpasses 1 Million Infections; E.U. Buying 300 Million Doses of Pfizer Vaccine; Top U.S. Allies Congratulate Biden; Vatican Report on Sex Abuse Warnings. Aired 2-3a ET
• Trump, Top Republicans Still Not Accepting Election Results; Biden Projects Calm as Trump Refuses to Accept Loss; Supreme Court Signals Affordable Care Act May Survive Latest Challenge; U.S. COVID- 19 Hospitalizations Hit Record High; Fauci Says Help is Coming with a Vaccine, But Keep Guard Up; European Union Aims to Procure 300 Million Pfizer Vaccine Doses; U.K. Tries Population-Wide Testing Strategy in Liverpool. Aired 4-4:30a ET
• How Right-Wing Media is Encouraging Election Denialism; Top U.S. Allies Extend Congratulations to Biden; Military Spouses Falsely Identified as Fraudulent Voters; Supreme Court Signals Law Could Mostly Stay Intact; Tropical Storm Eta Strengthens as It Heads Towards Florida. Aired 4:30-5a ET
• New Test to Detect Past Infections; Trump Denies Election Defeat; El Paso Sees High COVID Numbers; New Election Projections in Alaska; Trump Throws Transition into Chaos. Aired 9:30-10a ET
• Biden Downplays Transition Delay Due to Trump's Refusal to Concede; Growing Alarm as Trump Denies Election Defeat; Trump Elevates Loyalists in Pentagon Amid Leadership Shake-ups; U.S. Seeing Record Number of COVID-19 Cases and Hospitalizations; Four Senior Pentagon Officials Fired or Resigned in Just Over 24 Hours; Diplomats Alarmed Over Pompeo's Claim of Second Trump Administration; U.S. Seeing Record Number of COVID-19 Cases and Hospitalizations. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• Trump Throws Transition into Chaos with Leadership Shake-Ups, Vote Fraud Claims; U.S. Seeing Record Number of COVID-19 Cases, Hospitalizations; Sen. Marco Rubio (R-FL) Headlines Georgia Rally for Sen. Kelly Loeffler (R-GA), Sen. David Perdue (R-GA). Aired 10-10:30a ET
• U.S. Seeing Record Number of COVID-19 Cases, Hospitalizations; Growing Alarm as Trump Denies Election Defeat; Aired 3-3:30p ET
• President Observes Veterans Day at Arlington National Cemetery; Alarm at Pentagon as Trump Removes Senior Officials, Installs Loyalists; No State Showing Downward Trend of COVID-19 Cases. Aired 11:30-12p ET
• President Trump Will Win Alaska; Misinformation Continues to Spread on Internet; Texas Records One Million COVID-19 Infections. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• World Leaders Outnumber Senate GOP in Acknowledging Biden Win; Georgia to Conduct, Full, Hand Recount; Biden's Popular Vote Lead over Trump Exceeds 5 Million; Alarm Grows Across State Department as Trump Denies Defeat; U.S. Seeing Record COVID-19 Cases and Hospitalizations. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• Trump Honors Veterans At Arlington National Cemetery; Georgia's Republican Secretary Of State Orders Full By-Hand Count Of Ballots In The State; CNN: Trump Met With Team Yesterday On Legal Strategy Offered No Signs He Plans To Concede Election; Four States Pushing Stay-At-Home Efforts This Week; CDC: Masks Protect Wearers & Those Around Them From COVID-19. Aired 12-12.30p ET
• Vote Counting Continues in Close Battleground States; Biden Makes Veterans Day Stop in Philadelphia; President Trump Observes Veterans Day at Arlington National Cemetery. Aired 11-11:30a ET
• Biden Maintains Lead As Pennsylvania Continues Counting Votes; Biden Speaks To World Leaders Following Election Win; Pompeo Refuses To Acknowledge Biden Won Election; EU Agrees To Buy Up To 300 Million Doses Of Pfizer Vaccine. Aired 12:30-1p ET


November 10, 2020
• Did Not Air 2-3p ET
• Pfizer Vaccine May Be More Than 90 Percent Effective; Promising News About COVID-19 Vaccine Lifts DOW, S&P 500; World Reaction to the Future Biden Presidency; Indian Village Celebrates Biden-Harris Victory; Armenia, Azerbaijan and Russia Sign Ceasefire; Dog Day Return to the White House; U.S. Reaching 10 Million COVID Cases; Pfizer's COVID-19 Vaccine Gives Hope; President Trump Refuse to Concede; High- ranking Official Ousted; Not a Time to be Complacent. Aired 3-4 ET
• Pfizer Announces 90% Effective Vaccine; Trump Continues Refusal To Concede; Trump Fires Esper; Virus Did Not Hold Its Breath For Election; Last Five Days Worst Five Days Of Pandemic In U.S.; Vaccine Hope Boosts Markets; Armenia And Azerbaijan Sign Cease-Fire; New Restrictions in Effect as Cases Rise in Europe; Unclear How Long Pfizer's Vaccine Protects against COVID-19. Minority Support for Trump; How Harris May Fill Historic Role in Biden Administration. Aired 1-2a ET
• President-Elect Joe Biden Announces Coronavirus Advisory Board; Trump Refuses to Acknowledge Election Defeat; Pfizer Vaccine May Be More than 90 Percent Effective; COVID-19 Continues to March through Trump's Inner Circle; London's Mayor Commits to Work Closely with Biden Administration; Armenia, Azerbaijan and Russia Sign Cease-Fire; England Locks Back Down, Italian Regions on Red Alert; Georgia Runoff. Aired 2-3a ET
• Pfizer Says Its Vaccine May Be More Than 90 Percent Effective; Biden Says Pandemic is His Top Priority; Trump Appointee Blocks Funding, Staffing of Biden Transition Team; Some Top Republicans Defend Trump's Election Claims; U.S. Surpasses 10 Million Cases of COVID-19; Trump Fires Secretary of Defense Mark Esper. Aired 4-4:30a ET
• Biden Begins Work of Transition, with Trump Still Not Conceding; European Leaders Ready to Work with Biden; China Sidesteps Biden's Win Amid Rocky U.S. Relations; Xinjiang Reports Zero New Cases in Latest Outbreak; New Restrictions in Effect as Cases Rise in Europe; How Harris May Fill Historic Role in Biden Administration. Aired 12-1a ET
• Pfizer Says Its Vaccine May Be More Than 90 Percent Effective; Promising News About COVID-19 Vaccine Lifts Dow, S&P 500; New Restrictions in Effect as Cases Rise in Europe; Chief Palestinian Negotiator Dies After COVID-19 Infection. Aired 4:30-5a ET
• DOJ Top Election Crimes Prosecutor Quits in Protest Over Bill Barr Memo; Biden Considers Legal Action as Trump Threatens Transfer of Power; Defiant Trump Fuels Chaotic Transition with Firings, Falsehoods, Legal Fights; Defiant Trump Fuels Chaotic Transition with Legal Fights; Georgia Secretary of State Rebukes GOP Senators' Call to Resign; Anthony Fauci: Vaccine Could Be Ready By End of Year. Aired 9- 9:30a ET
• Biden Transition; Legal Challenge; Coronavirus Pandemic. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• Georgia's Secretary of State Called to Resign; Vote Counting Continues in Battleground States; Supreme Court Hears Obamacare Arguments; El Paso Adding More Mobile Morgues. Aired 9:30-10a
• McConnell, Top Republicans Back Trump's Refusal To Concede; Vote Counting Continues In Close Battleground States; Trump Pushes Claims Of Voter Fraud With No Clear Evidence; 17 States Reported Record High Hospitalizations On Monday; Testing Czar: Very Few States, Districts Are Screening Students. Aired 12-12:30p ET
• COVID-19 Pandemic Growing; Trump Refuses to Acknowledge Election Loss. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• Defiant Trump Fuels Chaotic Transition with Falsehood, Legal Fights; FDA Approves Emergency Use of Antibody for COVID-19. Aired 10- 10:30a ET
• Vote Counting Continues in Close Battleground States; McConnell, Top Republicans Back Trump's Refusal to Concede; Justice Department Official Steps Down over Barr Voter Fraud Memo. Aired 11- 11:30a ET
• 30 Plus GOP Lawmakers Urge Trump to Concede Election; GOP Senator Tillis Wins Reelection in North Carolina; Georgia Secretary of State Rebukes Senators That Call for Him to Resign; Key Battleground States Still Counting Votes; Key Justices Signal Support of Affordable Care Act. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• Dr. Fauci on Coronavirus Vaccine, Help is on the Way; Supreme Court Hears Oral Arguments on Future of Obamacare; Sen. Mitch McConnell (D-KY) Speaks after Being Re-Elected Senate GOP Leader. Aired 11:30-12p ET
• Supreme Court Hears Oral Arguments On Future Of Obamacare; Rep. Mikie Sherrill (D-NJ) Is Interviewed About How Dems Will Control The House With Smaller Majority. Aired 12:30-1p ET


November 09, 2020
• Did Not Air 2-3p ET
• President-Elect Biden Plans for Office as Trumps Refuses to Concede; World Leaders Congratulates Joe Biden on Winning the White House; Biden Will Rejoin Paris Agreement; New COVID Cases Soar To More Than 100,000 A Day In U.S.; Biden To Name COVID-19 Task Force; COVID- 19 Is First Item On Biden-Harris Transition Website; Global Case Count Tops 50 Million; China Looks For Improved Ties With U.S. Under Biden; Russian State TV Amplifies Trump's Unfounded Fraud Claims; Voters Of Color Play Big Role In Biden's Victory; Longtime "Jeopardy!" Host Dies At 80. Aired 2-3a ET
• Russia Sympathize with President Trump; Huge Challenge to be Dealt by Biden Administration; World Leaders Sees a Path of Peace in Biden's Leadership; Stock Markets Reacts to Biden's Victory; Vice President-elect Kamala Harris' Victory Celebrated by Millions of Women; Biden Ironing Out COVID-19 Plans; Crickets Heard from GOP; No Congratulatory Calls From Chinese and Russian Leaders; Health Experts Hopes for a Change in Health Approach; U.S. Coronavirus Cases Worsen. Aired 3-4a ET
• Biden Sets His Priorities, Trump Prepares To Fight; Trump Plans To Message Fraud At Mass Rallies; Georgia's January Senate Elections Key To Biden Administration; Markets: Positive Territory Post Biden Win; Biden to Speak on His Plan to Fight Pandemic; China Hopes to Reset U.S. Relationship after Biden Win; Mexican President Declines to Address Biden as Winner; U.S.-Israeli Relations under Biden; Russian State TV Amplifies Unfounded Fraud Claims. Aired 1-2a ET
• Pfizer Says, Earlier Analysis Shows COVID-19 Vaccine is Over 90 Percent Effective; Trump Team Pushes Forward with Legal Fight after Biden Win; Biden Sets Tone for Administration as Trump Refuses to Concede. Aired 10-10:30a ET
• New Votes Come in for Gwinnett County, Georgia; Trump may Face Lawsuits and Investigations Once He Leaves Office; Biden Lays Out His COVID-19 Plan after Announcing His Advisory Board. Aired 11:30-12p ET
• John Kasich: Liberal Democrats Almost Lost this Election for Biden; Senate Control at Stakes as Two GA Races Head to Runoff; Biden Sets Tone Administration as Trump refuses to Concede. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• Republican Lawmakers Encourage Trump to Seek Legal Election Challenges; Pfizer Says Vaccine Over 90 Percent Effective; President- Elect Biden Announces Coronavirus Task Force Members; Trump Fires Defense Secretary. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• Rep. Francis Rooney (R-FL) is Interviewed about the Election; Dow Surges on Vaccine News; States Still Counting Votes; Rep. Tim Ryan (D-OH) is Interviewed about the Congressional Election. Aired 9:30- 10a
• Pfizer's COVID-19 Vaccine Shows Over 90 Percent Effective; Biden Turns Focus to Fighting Pandemic, Announces Advisory Board; Trump Campaign Planning Messaging Blitz to Fuel Election Questions; Trump Team Pushes Forward with Legal Fight After Biden Win; Global Markets Surge on News of Pfizer Vaccine Candidate. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• Some Key Battleground States Still Counting Votes; Trump Supporters Parrot Baseless Claims About Election Fraud. Aired 12:30-1p ET
• McConnell Says Trump Within His Rights to Wage Legal Fight; Pfizer Says Early Analysis Shows COVID Vaccine Is Over 90 Percent Effective; U.S. Adds 105,000 Plus New Cases on Sunday; Balance of Power in Senate Hinges on Georgia Runoff. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• Joe Biden Lays Out His COVID-19 Plan After Announcing His Advisory Board; Pfizer: Early Analysis Shows COVID-19 Vaccine Is 90 Percent Effective; Pfizer CEO: We Announced The Results At The Moment We Learned It; Trump Campaign Staff Face Uncertain Future Despite Push To Fight On. Aired 12-12:30p ET
• Pfizer Says Tests Show COVID-19 Vaccine More Than 90 Percent Effective; Trump Refuses To Concede, Peddles False Fraud Claims; Soon: Biden To Speak After Meeting With COVID-19 Advisory Board. Aired 11- 11:30a ET
• Biden Prepares for Presidency; Trump Refuses to Conceded, Supporters Remain Defiant; World Leaders Express Eagerness to Work with Biden; Russian State TV Amplifies Trump's Unfounded Fraud Claims; Sources: Biden to Announce COVID-19 Task Force on Monday; Biden Pushing for 'Principled Diplomacy' with North Korea. Aired 12-1a ET


November 08, 2020
• President-Elect Joe Biden Pledges To Unify Nation; Trump Has Not Reached Out To Biden; Kamala Harris Makes History As First Woman Vice President In The U.S.; Interview With Rep. Dina Titus (D-NV) On Nevada's Boost Of Biden's Electoral Votes To 279; Biden To Assume Presidency During Virus Emergency; International Leaders Congratulate Biden On Win; Concerns Of Violence From Small Minority Upset With Outcome; Harris Pays Tribute To Women In Historic Victory Speech. Aired 2-3a ET
• Celebrations Erupt Across The U.S. After Biden Clinches Race; Kushner Approaches Trump About Conceding; Trump Has Not Reached Out To Biden; President-Elect Joe Biden Calls For Unity; Trump Campaign Files Suits In Several States; Democrats Hope To Turn Georgia Blue. Aired 3- 4a ET
• President-Elect Joe Biden Pledges To Unify Nation, Trump Not Conceding; Trump Campaign Files Suits In Several States; Kushner Approaches Trump About Conceding; Trump Tweets Baseless Claims; International Leaders Congratulate Biden On Win. Aired 4-5a ET
• Trump Refuses To Concede; President-Elect Biden To Appoint A 12-Member Coronavirus Task Force; Kamala Harris Makes History; Record High For New Cases Of COVID-19. Aired 5-6p ET
• Growing Chorus Within Trump Circle Urging President To Accept Defeat; Former President Bush Congratulates Biden, Harris On Historic Win; Alex Trebek Dies At 80 Years Old; Trump Vows Legal Battle Against Election Results; U.S. Hits Highest Daily New Case Count Since Pandemic Began; Harris Becomes First Woman Elected U.S. Vice President; Navajo Nation Congratulates President-Elect Joe Biden. Aired 2-3p ET
• Growing Chorus Within Trump Circle Urging President Trump To Accept Defeat; Global Coronavirus Cases Pass 50 Million; Interview With Rep. Barbara Lee (D-CA). Aired 3-4p ET
• Legendary "Jeopardy!" Host, Alex Trebek Dies At 80; First Lady Melania Trump Among Inner Circle Urging Trump To Accept Loss; Former President George W. Bush Congratulates Joe Biden And Kamala Harris; U.S. Hits Highest Daily New Case Count Since Pandemic Began; Interview With Representative-Elect Nikema Williams (D-GA) On Senate Runoffs; Trump's Decisions That Culminated In Loss To Biden. Aired 1-2p ET
• Former President George W. Bush Congratulates Joe Biden, Kamala Harris; Melania Trump Among Those Telling Trump To Concede; Interview With Rep. James Clyburn (D-SC) On Trump's Refusal To Concede; Kamala Harris Makes History As First Woman Elected V.P. Of The United States; "Jeopardy!" Host Dies. Aired 4-5p ET
• Bush Congratulates Biden On Victory As Trump Refuses To Concede; U.S. Hits Highest Daily New Case Count Since Pandemic Began; Biden To Name 12-Member Coronavirus Task Force Monday; No Plans By Trump To Invite Biden To The White House; Balance Of Power In Senate Hinges On Two Likely Runoffs In Georgia; "Jeopardy!" Host Alex Trebek Dies At The Age Of 80. Aired 6-7p ET
• Sources: Trump Campaign Planning Messaging Blitz To Fuel Unsupported Election Questions; Most GOP Senators Silent As Top Republicans Won't Acknowledge Result; Biden Moves Ahead With Transition As Trump Fights Election Results; U.S. Hitting Highest Daily New Case Counts Since Pandemic Began; Biden to Name 12-Member Coronavirus Task Force Tomorrow; Biden To Trump Supporters: "Let's Give Each Other A Chance"; Harris Makes History As First Woman Elected VP. Aired 10-11p ET
• Sources: Trump Campaign Planning Message Blitz To Fuel Unsupported Election Questions; Biden To Deliver Remarks Tomorrow On COVID-19 Plan; Biden To Name 12-Member Coronavirus Task Force Tomorrow; Bush Welcomed Clinton To White House After Losing Reelection Bid In 1992; World Leaders Congratulate Biden On Win, GOP Lawmakers Do Not; GOP Silence Spreads As Trump Refuses To Accept Election Reality; George W. Bush Congratulates President-Elect Biden; Trump Refuses To Concede, No Plans To Invite Biden To White House. Aired 11p-12a ET
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November 02, 2020
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• Biden and Trump Fight for Votes in Final Hours before Election Day; Trump Hosting Rally in Wisconsin Today, Hours before Election Day; Trump Suggests He May Fire Fauci Post-Election, But Federal Law Says He Doesn't Have the Power. Aired 10-10:30a ET
• Biden, Trump Blitz Battlegrounds On Final Day Of Campaign; Joe Biden In Cleveland For Last Pitch To Ohio Voters; Joe Biden Speaks At Campaign Event In Ohio; Trump & Biden Take Closing Messages To key Battlegrounds; Trump, Pence, Biden & Harris Campaign In Pennsylvania Today. Aired 12-12:30p ET
• Trump Floats Firing Fauci But Lacks Direct Power to Do So; Processing of Michigan Absentee Ballots Underway Now; Trump & Biden Fight for Votes in Wisconsin; Retailers Across U.S. Boarding Up Stores, Bracing for Unrest; Pence and Harris Have Duel Rallies in Pennsylvania. Aired 1:30-2p ET
• Biden and Trump Fight for Votes in Final Hours Before Election Day; Pennsylvania Governor to Air Ad Urging Patience Around Election Day; Trump, Biden Hit Final Key Battleground States Before Election Day; Trump Suggests He May Fire Fauci After Crowd Chanted "Fire Fauci"; Oil Prices Tumble As Lockdowns Stoke U.K. Recession Fears. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• Trump Suggests Firing Fauci; FBI Investigating Harassment of Biden Bus; Polls Ahead of Election Day; New Lockdown Measures in U.K. Aired 9:30-10a
• Democrats May Retake Control of Senate; Scott Atlas Apologizes for Russia Today Appearance; Italy Announces Tightened COVID-19 Restrictions. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• Trump and Biden Swarm Battleground States in Last Day of Campaigning; Obama Speaks Live in Atlanta; Biden Speaks in Battleground Pennsylvania; Importance of Pennsylvania & Arizona in Race to 270; President Trump Holds Rally in Scranton, Pennsylvania; Twitter to Label Premature Claims of Victory Tomorrow; Key Senate Races That Could Tilt the Balance of Power; Trump Floats Firing Fauci But Lacks Direct Power to Do So; Trump Falsely Says FBI Not Investigating MAGA Swam of Biden Bus. Aired 2:30-3p ET
• Trump and Biden Campaigns Focus Attention on Pennsylvania; Trump Win Likely Lies Through Pennsylvania; President Trump Denies Plan to Declare Victory Early. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• Florida is Key in Path to 270 Electoral Votes; Dr. Fauci Says, U.S. in for a Whole Lot of Hurt; Federal Judge Hears GOP Challenge to Texas Drive-Thru Voting. Aired 11:30-12p ET
• Judge: Some USPS Election "Extraordinary Measures" Mandatory; Trump Suggests To Crowd He May "Fire" Fauci After Election. Aired 12:30-1p ET
• Biden And Trump Swarm Battleground On Final Day Of Campaign; Judge Rejects GOP Effort To Halt Early Vote Counting In Las Vegas; U.S. Averaging 81,000-Plus New Cases A Day On Election Eve. Aired 1- 1:30p ET
• Biden And Trump Blitz Battlegrounds On Final Day Of Campaign; More Than 95 Million Pre-Election Ballots Cast; Trump And Biden Make Closing Campaign Pitches. Aired 11-11:30a ET


November 01, 2020


October 31, 2020


October 30, 2020
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• Belgium Hard Hit with Second Wave of Pandemic; Normalcy in China in the Middle of Pandemic; Heightened Terror Alert in France; Highest Record Turnout of Early Voting in the U.S; Trump Boasts GDP Growth; Trump and Biden with Dueling Rallies; U.S. Hit the Highest Daily Coronavirus Cases; Trump Campaign Defies Health Protocols; Germany and France Bracing for Lockdowns; Italy an Ideal Place to Live. Aired 3-4a ET
• Trump and Biden Blitz Critical Swing States Hit Hard by Virus; U.S. COVID-19 Cases Hit Record Daily High as Virus Surges. Aired 10- 10:30a ET
• Bundesstadt Divided Over Restrictions In Germany; France On High Alert After Nice Stabbings; Biden & Trump: Divergent Messages On The Even Of Election; Unrelenting Community Spread In The West & Midwest; One-Third of U.S. Voters Have Already Cast Ballots; 82 percent of Trump Rallies Followed by Sharp Rises in COVID-19; Trump Touting Record GDP Growth Rate. Aired 1-1:45a ET
• Record New Daily Infection in U.S. as Election Day Nears; Biden, Trump Hold Starkly Different Events in Florida; Path to Victory Limited for Trump If He Loses Florida; Biden Leads Trump in Most Polls Including Many Key States; One-Third of U.S. Voters Have Already Cast Ballots. Aired 4-4:30a ET
• One-Third of U.S. Voters Have Already Cast Ballots; Democrats Hope to End Republican Dominance In Texas; W.H.O.: Europe at the Epicenter of COVID-19 Again; Belgium ICU Doctors Overwhelmed with New Cases; Italy Hits Record Single-Day Case Count of Nearly 27,000; Disease Expert Warns There are No Magic Bullets; The Battle for the Swing State of Wisconsin. Aired 4:30-5a ET
• Texas Election Turnout Surpasses 2016; Texas Judge Orders Nonessential Businesses to Close; Voters Distrust Facebook Fact- Checkers, Not Information. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• More than 9 Million Votes Cast in Texas; Early Voting Wraps up in Georgia; 43 States Report Increased COVID Numbers; Ohio Shatters Early Voting Records; Sen. Sherrod Brown (D-OH) is Interviewed about A Stimulus Deal. Aired 9:30-10a
• Republicans Closing the Gap in Early Voting in 4 Key States; Virus Shouldn't Be Partisan But Lawmaker Infection Rates Show It Is; CNN Reporter Encounters Racist Attacks at Airport; . Aired 1:30-2p ET
• Trump and Biden Campaign in Great Lakes States; Donald Trump Jr. Minimizes COVID-19 Deaths; Officials Sound COVID-19 Alarm in Utah and El Paso. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• U.S. Hits New COVID Case Record as Election Nears; Candidates Hold Rallies in Key State of Florida; New Model Projects Daily Death Rates Tripling by Mid-January; Second Wave of COVID is Raging in Europe; Merkel Warns Against Lies, Disinformation in Virus Fight; Three Killed in Knife Attack in Nice. Aired 2-3a ET
• U.S. COVID-19 Cases Hit Record Daily High as Virus Surges; Trump and Biden Target Midwest Battleground States; Appeals Court Rules Late-Arriving Minnesota Ballots Must Be Separated; Interview with Pennsylvania Attorney General Josh Shapiro about Supreme Court Ruling; Thousands in Pennsylvania Say Requested Ballots Never Arrived; Forty Three U.S. States Report Increase in COVID Cases As Outbreak Worsens; Experts Warn Daily Death Rates will Triple By Mid-January. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• U.S. Cases Reach Record Daily High At Nearly 90,000; Trump Revives Law And Order Pitch Ahead Of Election Day; GOP Senator Perdue Backs Out Of Final Debate With Democratic Rival. Aired 12:30-1p ET
• Trend Emerges of Republicans Bailing on Their Debates; Families Hit Hard by Pandemic Now Facing Eviction; Updates on Early Voting in Key Battleground States. Aired 2:30-3p ET
• Trump, Biden Hit Key Swing States with Four Days to Go; Pharma Companies' Vaccine Timelines Haven't Come True; Texas Early Vote Surpasses State's 2016 Vote Total. Aired 11:30-12p ET
• U.S. Records Worst Day Of Pandemic: 88,000 Plus New Cases; COVID-19 Spike Shatter Records Heading Into Election Day; Trump: Campaign May Stay At White House On Election Night; Biden, Trump Focus On Midwest Battlegrounds; Appeals Court Rules Minnesota Ballots Must Be In By Election Day. Aired 12-12:30p ET
• Trump and Biden Storm Trail as U.S. Records Worst Day for Cases Yet; U.S. On the Brink of 9 Million Cases; 9 Million Early Votes in Texas Passes Total 2016 Turnout. Aired 1-1:30p ET
• Biden and Trump Blitz Midwest to Kick Off Final Campaign Weekend; Early Voting Ends Today in Seven States; U.S. Cases Reach Record Daily High at Nearly 90,000. Aired 11-11:30a ET


October 29, 2020
• U.S. Sets New 7-Day Average Record of More Than 68,000 New Cases; Mike Pence to Stay on Campaign Trail Despite Outbreak in Inner Circle; Trump Holds Rallies in a Key State of Pennsylvania; Pennsylvania Voters Express Concerns About Biden's Comments on Fracking; White House and Speaker Pelosi Trade Blame As Stimulus Talks Drag On. Aired 9-9:30a ET
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• Germany and France Locking Down; Two Opposing Objectives Between Trump and Biden; Voters Show More Enthusiasm in 2020; Hurricane Zeta Pummeled U.S. Gulf Coast; Stock Markets Rattled by Uncertainties; India Surpasses 8 Million COVID-19 Cases; Czech Healthcare System Struggles as Cases Surge; Ex-Trump Official Reveals He is Anonymous; At least 53 Buried and Feared Dead in Vietnam Landslides; Turkey Opens Legal Investigation into French Magazine; Trump Versus Biden, Two Different Approaches to Virus Policy; CDC Study, Nurses Represent Largest Proportion of Healthcare Workers Hospitalized with COVID-19; Protective Supplies More Strained As Cases Climb In The U.S. Aired 3-4a ET
• Pandemic Reality Check: Across The U.S. V. Across The Pond; Hurricane Zeta Hits Gulf Coast; Health Experts Say Normal Life Perhaps 2022; Europe Struggles With Economic-Health Balance And Restrictions; Why 2020 Is Not Like 2016; India Reporting 8 Million Cases of COVID- 19; Arizona Becomes Swing State Despite Trump's 2016 Win; Biden Leads Trump 54 percent to 42 percent Nationwide; Third Quarter Earnings, Unemployment Numbers Thursday; U.S. Senators Grill Tech Chiefs Over Content Moderation; Author of 2018 "Anonymous" Op-Ed Critical of Trump Revealed. Aired 1-2a ET
• U.S. Presidential Election Coming Down to the Wire; Trump Scrambling for Votes in State He Won in 2016; Biden Meets Virtually with Health Experts in Delaware Event; New CNN National Poll Shows Biden Leads Trump 54 Percent to 42 Percent; Trump Holds Potential Super-Spreader Rallies as COVID-19 Surges. Aired 4-4:30a ET
• Trump and Biden Battle for Florida, Will Hold Dueling Rallies in State; Supreme Court Allows Longer Deadlines for Mail-In Ballots in North Carolina and Pennsylvania; Sen. Kelly Loeffler (R-GA) Not Familiar with Trump Access Hollywood Tape. Aired 10-10:30a ET
• Approaches Differ as COVID-19 Cases Surge; Mask Mandates Result in Lower Hospitalization Rates; Trump Downplays Coronavirus; Differences between 2016 and 2020 Races; Zeta Slams U.S. Gulf Coast; U.S. and India Reaffirm Relations Amid Concerns About China; Author of 2018 'Anonymous' Op-Ed Critical of Trump Revealed; Food Writer Builds Little Restaurant for Chipmunk; Kushner to Woodward: Trump 'Very Smart Politically' in Fight with Governors; Michigan A.G. Appeals Court Decision that Struck Down Ban on Open Carry of Firearms at Polls; Hurricane Zeta Hits Louisiana with Flooding, Power Outages. Aired 12- 12:45a ET
• New Audio Emerges from Woodward Talks with Kushner; Arizona Democrats Attempt to Flip State; Second Sharp Selloff of the Week on Wall Street; Tropical Storm Zeta Marches North from U.S. Gulf; European Leaders Impost New Restrictions as Cases Surge. Aired 4:30-5a ET
• Dramatic Surge in U.S. COVID-19 Cases; Kushner Brags Trump Taking U.S. "Back from Doctors"; Arizona: Biden and Trump in Dead Heat; One-Third of Registered U.S. Voters Have Cast Ballots; "Anonymous" Comes Forward; Turkey Opens Legal Investigation into French Magazine. Aired 2-3a ET
• U.S. Economy Struggles; Utah Hospitals Strained over Surge; Zeta Tears Across South. Aired 9:30-10a
• Interview with Anonymous Op-Ed Author Miles Taylor; Florida Is Underreporting COVID-19 Cases; Coordinated Attacks Today Targeted France. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• Overwhelmed Czech Hospitals Could Soon Turn Patients Away; Michigan Democratic Representative: 2020 Race Is "Tightening Here"; Five Days Left In 2020 Campaign; More Congressional Races Shift In Democrats' Favor; Tight Race For New Jersey GOP Congressman Who Switched Parties In 2019. Aired 12-12:30p ET
• Coronavirus Pandemic; 2020 Election. Aired 12:30-1p ET
• Supreme Court Allows Extension for Mail-In Ballots in North Carolina and Pennsylvania; Trump and Biden Focus on Swing States Five Days Before Election Day; Taiwan Goes 200 Days Without a Local Transmission COVID-19 Case. Aired 11:30a-12p ET
• Trump and Biden in Florida as State Hits 4,000 Cases for Third Straight Day; Four of Five Worst Days for U.S. Cases Have Happened in Past Week; Trump Rushes Sen. Martha McSally (R-AZ) as She Fights to Hold Seat, Quick. Aired 1-1:30p ET
• Trump Rushes GOP's McSally as She Fights to Hold Her Seat: "Quick"; GOP's Loeffler Says She Isn't Familiar with "Access Hollywood" Tape; Update on Early Voting Across the Country; Update on Coronavirus Responses Around the World; United Airlines to Offer Free COVID Testing on Select Routes. Aired 1:30-2p ET
• Trump & GOP Fighting to Make It Harder to Count Every Vote; GOP's Collins: I Do Not Believe Systemic Racism Exists in Maine; Now: Trump & Biden Hold Dueling Rallies in Florida in Final Sprint; Update on the Action in Battleground States; Wisconsin Facing Hospital Crisis Just Days Before Election; Hackers Targeting U.S. Hospitals as COVID Cases Surge. Aired 2:30-3p ET
• Trump and Biden Both Rally in Florida Today; U.S. GDP Up 33 Percent in Third Quarter; Gov. Ron DeSantis Slowed Testing as Scott Atlas Discouraged Attention to Asymptomatic Cases. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• Five Days Left in 2020 Campaign; Biden has more Paths to 270 in Closing Days of Campaign; 41 States Report Increases in New Cases. Aired 11-11:30a ET


October 28, 2020
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• Trump with Unstoppable Packed Rallies; Joe Biden Observed Health Protocols; Coronavirus Second Wave Strikes in Europe; South Africa's President Now in Self-Quarantine; Outrage Spark in Philadelphia; Airport Officials Made Invasive Body Checks on Women; Typhoon Molave Hit Vietnam; Typhoon Molave Makes Landfall in Vietnam; How Trump and Biden Differ on Foreign Policy; U.S. Tech Chiefs to Face Questions on Capitol Hill; Russia Imposes Mask Mandate Amid Soaring Cases and Deaths; 29 U.S. State Report Surge of New COVID-19 Cases; Canada's Trudeau Gets Emotional About COVID-19 Toll; L.A. Dodgers Win First Championship Since 1988; Turning Out the Youth Vote. Aired 3-4a ET
• Six Days to Go Until Election Day; COVID-19 Remains Key Issue in Final Week of Election; Trump Questions Legality of Vote Counting After November 3; Mapping Potential Paths to 270 Electoral Votes; 11 States Reporting Record Number of COVID Patients; Philadelphia Protests Erupt for Second Night After Police Shooting; Too Late to Mail Ballots in Time in Some States; Young Voters Energized Ahead of Election. Aired 4-4:30a ET
• New Cases, Hospitalizations Soar as Pandemic Worsens; Race to Finish Line as Campaign Fight for Last-Minute Holdouts. Aired 10- 10:30a ET
• World Braces For COVID Round Two; Philadelphia Shooting, Father Says Avoidable; Trump Rallies His Base, Biden Talks To Red States; WHO: World Reached Record 3 Million New Cases Last Week; Lincoln Project: The Before And After Of Election Day; U.S. Pro Sports Teams Open Up Stadiums for Voting; Young Voters Energized Ahead of Election; Mexico Says Death Tolls is Much Higher than Reported; U.S. Tech Chiefs to Face Questions on Capitol Hill. Aired 1-2a ET
• Russia Imposes Mask Mandate Amid Soaring Cases, Deaths; Mexico Says Death Toll is Much Higher Than Reported; Tropical Storm Zeta Heads for Gulf Coast; White House Falsely Claims 'Ending COVID-19 Pandemic' as Trump Accomplishment. Aired 12-1a ET
• Early Voting Numbers Breaking Records; Trump Fights for Key Votes in Nebraska, Maine; How Trump and Biden Differ on Foreign Policy; White House Claims to Have Ended Pandemic as Cases Spike; Macron to Announce New COVID-19 Restrictions; Europe Hard-Hit By Surge in New COVID-19 Cases; Russia Imposed Nationwide Mask Mandate as Cases Rise; Australian Prime Minister Calls Doha Airport Incident Unacceptable; Comedian's Satirical Take on Trump Goes Viral. Aired 4:30-5a ET
• WHO: Record 2.8 Million Global Coronavirus Cases Last Week; Trump Tries to Shore Up Support at Campaign's End; Doha Airport Officials Make Invasive Body Checks of Women; Outrage Sparks in Philadelphia after Police Shooting; Typhoon Molave Makes Landfall in Vietnam; Deadline for Mail-in Ballots in Some States; Trump Failed to Deliver on Many Campaign Promises. Aired 2-3a ET
• Experts New Warning over Coronavirus Vaccine; Fighting COVID in the U.K.; Trump Downplays Plot against Governor; Unrest in Philadelphia. Aired 9:30-10a
• Trump Lagging in Support From Women, Texans; U.S. Citizen Vitali Shkliarov Released From Belarus; Hurricane Zeta to Make Landfall Tonight. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• Trump Denies Pandemic Reality As Cases Hit New High; Candidates Flood Battlegrounds In Final Days Of 2020 Election; Kushner In April: Trump Did "Full Hostile Takeover" Of GOP; Kushner To Woodward In April: "Trump's Now Back In Charge. It's Not The Doctors"; Testing Czar: "Cases Will Go Up If We Don't Make A Change". Aired 12-12:30p ET
• Race to Finish Line as Campaigns Fight for Last-Minute Holdouts; New COVID-19 Cases, Hospitalizations Soar as Pandemic Worsens in Midwestern States; Trump, Biden Race to the Finish Line As Campaigns Fight for Last-Minute Holdouts; Futures Down Sharply As Pandemic Worsens. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• More Than Half a Million Americans Infected in Past Week; New Poll Shows Biden Leads Trump in Wisconsin, Michigan; Player Pulled from World Series Game after Positive COVID Test. Aired 11:30-12p ET
• Trump to Visit Arizona Today While Biden Highlights COVID-19 Response; Live Coverage of Trump Press Conference; Trump Campaign Highlights COVID-19 As Success. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• 2020 Election; Coronavirus Pandemic; Biden Receives Public Health Briefing. Aired 12:30-1p ET
• Trump, Biden Deliver Final Pitch With 73 Million Ballots Already Cast; White House Touts Ending Pandemic As Cases, Hospitalizations Soar; 2020 Early Vote Now Half Of Total 2016 Turnout. Aired 1-1:30p ET
• Republican Lawmakers Grill CEOs Of Twitter, Facebook And Google; Trump Defends Having $281 Million In Debt Forgiven After Failing To Repay; FBI Agent's Association To Biden & Trump: Keep Wray As Director. Aired 1:30-2p ET
• Kushner Bragged In April That Trump Cut Out Doctors, Scientists; Trump To Women: We're Getting Your Husbands Back To Work; Utah Hospitals Overwhelmed, May Have To Start Rationing Care. Aired 2:30-3p ET
• 2020 Early Vote Now Half Of Total 2016 Turnout; U.S. Now Averaging Nearly 72,000 COVID-19 Cases Per Day; Cash-Strapped Trump Pulls Back Advertising In Florida. Aired 11-11:30a ET
• Trump Denies Pandemic Reality As Cases Hit New High; Candidates Flood Battlegrounds In Final Days Of 2020 Election; Kushner In April: Trump Did "Full Hostile Takeover" Of GOP; Kushner To Woodward In April: Trump's Now Back In Charge. It's Not The Doctors; Testing Czar: Cases Will Go Up If We Don't Make A Change. Aired 12-12:30p ET


October 27, 2020
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• World Health Organization: Europe is Epicenter of Disease; U.S. Facing Highest Infection Rate since Outbreak Began; Early Votes Coming in at Record-Setting Pace; Chinese Authorities Finish Testing 4.7 Million in Xinjiang; Pro-Democracy Protestors Fill Streets in Thailand; Trump Says of Kamala Harris: U.S. Won't Have a Socialist President, 'Especially a Female Socialist President'; White House to Hold Swearing-In Event as Pence Team Faces Coronavirus Outbreak; Supreme Court Rules Wisconsin Cannot Extend Deadline for Mail-in Ballots. Aired 12-12:45a ET
• Winning is What Matters to Trump; Europe the New Coronavirus Epicenter; SCOTUS Now with New Justice; Sixty Million Americans Voted Early; Tension is High in Nigeria; French Products Boycotted in Turkey; Wall Street Sees Worst Sessions in Weeks; U.S. States Report Dramatic Increase in New Cases; Mental Health in the Age of COVID-19; Millions Tested for COVID-19 in Xinjiang; Melbourne, Australia To Come Out of Lockdown; U.S. Wildfire in Southern California; Tracking Hurricane Zeta; Typhoon Molave Forecast to Hit Vietnam in 24 to 36 Hours; Prince Harry Says His Wife Open His Eyes to Racial Bias; Campaign Volunteers Make Final Get Out and Vote Appeals; Pennsylvania's Importance to Trump in 2020. Aired 3-4a ET
• Europe & U.S.: No COVID Plateau In Sight; 500,000 U.S. Deaths Forecast By End Of February; Coney Barrett Confirmed And Sworn In; Continental Europe Reels Under COVID; Coronavirus Cases Up In 37 Of 50 U.S. States; Early Voting Records Smashed Coast To Coast; Armenia, Azerbaijan Accuse Each Other of Violations; Authorities Finishing Testing 4.7 Million in Xinjiang; Melbourne, Australia to Come Out of Lockdown Wednesday; Interview with Tim Murtaugh. Aired 1-2a ET
• Amy Coney Barrett Sworn in as Supreme Court Justice; Record Early Voter Turnout Across the U.S.; Biden Seeking Voters Support in States Trump Won in 2016; U.S. Facing Highest Infection Rate Since Outbreak Began; APA: U.S. Facing a National Mental Health Crisis; Wall Street Sees Worst Session in Weeks. Aired 4-4:30a ET
• Biden Stumps in Georgia as Trump Hits Three Key Midwest States; U.S. Supreme Court Won't Extend Wisconsin's Mail-In Ballot Deadline; Protests Erupt in Philadelphia After Police Fatally Shoot Black Man. Aired 10-10:30a ET
• How Supreme Court Could Decide 2020 Election; World Health Organization: Europe is Epicenter of Disease; Authorities Finish Testing 4.7 Million in Xinxiang Province; Wall Street Sees Worst Session in Weeks; Scientists and Politicians Clash over COVID-19 Policies; Judicial Panel on Police Brutality Begins Probe in Nigeria; Turkey-France Tensions; Hurricane Zeta Makes Landfall on Yucatan Peninsula. Aired 2-3a ET
• Wall Street Sees Worst Session in Weeks; Campaign Volunteers Make Final Get Out the Vote Appeals; Hurricane Zeta Makes Landfall on the Yucatan Peninsula; Infections Rise as Second Wave Sweeps Europe; Americans Show Off Dance Moves as They Wait to Vote. Aired 4:30-5a ET
• Biden Has Edge Nationally & In Many Key Battlegrounds; Obama Holds Drive-In Rally For Biden In Florida; Barack Obama: Trump "Waving White Flag Of Surrender" With COVID; Barack Obama: "Nonsense" To Say White House Hasn't "Completely Screwed Up" COVID Response; Barack Obama: "Most Important Election Of Our Lifetimes" Is Next Week. Aired 12-12:30p ET
• Protests Erupt in Philadelphia; Young Voter Surge; Defamation Lawsuit Goes Forward against Trump; Children with COVID-19 Increased 14 Percent. Aired 9:30-10a ET
• Interview with Rep. Max Rose (D-NY); Texas Businesses Continue to Struggle; Early Voting Record Turnout Continues. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• U.S. Supreme Court Rejects Extension of Wisconsin Mail-in Ballot Deadline; Trump Makes Push for Second Term as Pandemic Grips Nation; Joe Biden Stumps in Georgia as Trump Hits Three Key Midwest States; Fall Surge Adds Nearly Half a Million COVID Cases to U.S. Total in a Week; Illinois Health Official Shaken By Recent Surge in COVID-19 Cases; Protests Erupt in Philadelphia After Police Fatally Shoot a Black Man. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• Live Coverage of Joe Biden Speech in Georgia; Melania Trump to Campaign in Pennsylvania Today; Justice Kavanaugh Signals Preference for Election Day Voting. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• More Than 65 Million Ballots Cast With a Week to Go to Election Day; Illinois Governor Warns of COVID Storm as Cases and Deaths Rise; Vice Presidential Nominees to Hit Battlegrounds This Week. Aired 11:30a-12p ET
• Trump And Biden Campaigns Swarm States In Final Stretch; Former FDA Commissioner Says, U.S. On Cusp Of Exponential Spread; Trump Speaks To Reporters Ahead Of Michigan Rally. Aired 1-1:30p ET
• U.S. Not "Rounding The Curve" On Coronavirus; Writer And Editor, Matt Kaufman, Says Christians Should Dump Trump; Trump And Biden Campaigns In The Final Sprint With Just Seven Days To Go Until Election Day; CNN On The Ground In Five Swing States That Could Decide Election. Aired 2:30-3p ET
• Obama Holds Drive-In Rally For Biden In Florida; Supreme Court Will Not Extend WI Mail-In Ballot Deadline. Aired 12:30-1p ET
• Campaign Trail Map Hints at Final Week Strategy for Biden, Trump; Biden Leads in Critical Battlegrounds with One Week Until Election; British Study Shows Evidence of Waning Immunity to COVID-19. Aired 11-11:30a ET
• Updates on Coronavirus Responses Across the Country; Sue Woods, Director, Central Montana Public Health, Discusses COVID Hitting Rural Areas of Montana, Threatening to Overwhelm Hospitals; Protests Erupt in Philadelphia after Police Fatally Shoot Black Man; Biden Speaks in Warm Springs, Georgia. Aired 1:30-2p ET


October 26, 2020
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• White House Official: 'We're Not Going to Control Pandemic'; Biden and Harris Hope to Flip Traditionally Red States; Wales Enters 'Firebreak Lockdown' to Slow Virus; Mixed Feelings Over Israeli Lockdown Despite Success; More Than 100,000 People Voted in NYC Sunday; Proud Voters Cast Early Ballots in California; Chinese Leaders Meet to Chart Economic Course; Trump Expected to Host Swearing-in Event for Barrett; Tropical Storm Zeta Moving Through Caribbean. Aired 12-1a ET
• Five of Vice President Mike Pence's Staff Infected with COVID- 19; Surging New Coronavirus Cases All Over Europe; Israel Starts Easing Lockdown Restrictions; Melbourne to Exit COVID-19 Lockdown; U.S. Reporting More Than 8.6 Million Infections; Pence Won't Quarantine Despite Contact With Infected Staff; Pre-Election Voting Surpasses 2016 Early Ballots. Aired 2-3a ET
• U.S. Coronavirus Infections are Rising in at Least 37 States; How Masks Can Help Prevent Spread of COVID-19; Wales Enters Fire Break Lockdown to Slow Virus; China's Xinjiang Region Conducting Mass Testing; Putin Defends Hunter Biden Against Trump's Claims; Tropical Storm Zeta Strengthens in the Caribbean; Scientists Remove the First Murder Hornet Nest in United States; WH Chief of Staff Mark Meadows Admits WH Strategy is not to Mitigate Spread of COVID but Develop Therapies and Vaccine as U.S. Infections Surge; Pence Will Not Quarantine Despite Outbreak Among Aides; Pre-Election Voting Surpasses 2016 Early Ballots; France's Coronavirus Daily Cases are Rising Despite Strict Restrictions; President Lukashenko Defies Ultimatum to Step Down; France Recalls Ambassador to Turkey After Erdogan Comments. Aired 3-4a ET
• U.S. Sets New Seven-Day Average Record of More Than 68,000 New Cases; Pre-Election Voting Surpassing Total 2016 Early Voting; Pfizer Vaccine Being Tested on Kids as Young as 12. Aired 10-10:30a ET
• Pence Out Stumping, Ignores Quarantine Guidelines; Eight Days Till Election, Seventh Day Of Record COVID Infections; 43 Million Cases Cross Europe In COVID's Second Wave; Israel's Mixed Reaction To New COVID Restrictions; Putin Denies Knowledge Of Hunter Biden's Ukraine Activities; The Mad Rush Of Coney Barrett's Confirmation; China Draws Up Next Five-Year Economic Plan; Fracking Politics; Its Logical Course V. Renewables. Aired 1-2a ET
• Coronavirus Dominates Campaign with 8 Days Before Election; Pence Holds rallies Despite Outbreak Among Aides; Mark Meadows: U.S. Not Going to Control Pandemic; U.S. Senate Set to Confirm Barrett to Supreme Court; Covid-19 Infections Rise Across Europe; Wales Enters "Fire Break Lockdown" to Slow Virus; China's Xinjiang Region Conduction Mass Testing. Aired 4-4:30a ET
• Trump Attends White House Halloween Event; How Masks Can Help Prevent Spread of COVID-19; More Than 100,000 People Voted in NYC Sunday; Israel Easing Its Second National Lockdown; Police Chief Deploys Entire Police Force to Halt Violence in Nigeria; France Recalls Ambassador to Turkey After Erdogan Comments. Aired 4:30-5a ET
• Sen. Joe Manchin (D-WV) is Interviewed about Stimulus Talks, Barrett Confirmation, Biden's Energy Plan and Election; U.S. Sets New 7-Day Record for New Virus Cases; 60 Million Have Voted Early; Voting in Wisconsin. Aired 9:30-10a
• Trump to Hold First of Three Pennsylvania Rallies Tonight; Italy Braces as COVID-10 Numbers Already Set New Highs; Interview with Ruth Bader Ginsburg Book Co-Author Amanda Tyler. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• U.S. Sets New 7-Day Average Record of More Than 68,000 New Cases; Mike Pence to Stay on Campaign Trail Despite Outbreak in Inner Circle; Trump Holds Rallies in a Key State of Pennsylvania; Pennsylvania Voters Express Concerns About Biden's Comments on Fracking; White House and Speaker Pelosi Trade Blame As Stimulus Talks Drag On. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• Trump, Biden Make Final Campaign Push With 8 Days To Go; Fracking Becomes Key Issue For Pennsylvania Swing Voters. Aired 12:30- 1p ET
• Pfizer Tests Potential Vaccine on Children as Young as 12; Today, Senate Set to Confirm Amy Coney Barrett to Supreme Court. Aired 11:30a-12p ET
• Update on Coronavirus Responses Across the Country; These Are the "60 Minutes" Questions Deemed "Inappropriate" By Trump; Ivanka Trump, Jared Kushner Threaten to Sue Over Times Square Billboards. Aired 1:30-2p ET
• Candidates Blitz Battlegrounds as Election Calendar Ticks Down; State of the Race in Rust Belt States of Michigan, Pennsylvania and Wisconsin; New Crisis Point of COVID-19 Surge Heading into Final Week of Campaign. Aired 11-11:30a ET
• Dow Tumbles Over Pandemic Concerns; Trump: We're Absolutely Rounding The Corner; Mark Meadows: White House Has Done Contact Tracing Among Reporters; Pence Taking Precautions At Campaign Stops After Aides Test Positive; State Of The Race With Eight Days To Go. Aired 12-12:30p ET
• President Trump Is Hosting Another Outdoor Event Today; An Outbreak In Vice President Mike Pence's Inner Circle; U.S. Average Of New Coronavirus Cases Now At Highest Point of Pandemic; White House Says It's Not Trying To Control The Pandemic; Trump And Biden Make Final Push In Last Week Before Election. Aired 1-1:30p ET
• COVID-19 Case Counts Break Records As White House Walks Back Meadows' Viral Control Statement; Interview With American Medical Association President Susan Bailey; Presidential Campaign Enters Final Stretch. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• Illinois Health Official Breaks Down While Giving Update On COVID Deaths; Utah Hospitals Discuss Rationing ICU Care As Cases Surge; Boston Police Arrest Suspect In Ballot Box Arson; Conservative Newspaper Endorses Biden, First Democrat In 100 Years; All-Black Activist Group Takes Up Arms In Quest For Justice Reform; Italy Sets New Daily Record With 21,000-Plus Cases, Protests Over New Restrictions. Aired 2:30-3p ET


October 25, 2020
• U.S. Sees Record COVID-19 Surge; Trump Downplays Virus in Hard- hit Wisconsin; Governor: COVID-19 Surge is "Crowding" Utah's ICU Space; Europe Hits New Case Record, More Leaders Test Positive; Over 52 Million Cast Early Ballots in U.S.; Nigerian Police Force Mobilize to Quell Worst Unrest in 20 Years; Exclusive with Russian Vaccine's Main Developer. Aired 2-3a ET
• Bon Jovi Rallies for Biden in Pennsylvania; Two Top Pence Aides Test Positive; Voter Intimidation Concerns in U.S.; Exclusive with Russian Vaccine's Main Developer; COVID-19 Triggers Rise in Asian American Unemployment Rate; Nigerian Police Force Mobilize to Quell Worst Unrest in 20 Years; Steve Bannon behind "Shoddy" Research about Coronavirus Origin. Aired 3-4a ET
• Two Top Pence Aides Test Positive for COVID-19; Polish President Tests Positive for COVID-19; Exclusive with Russian Vaccine's Main Developer; The Reality of Normalcy after a COVID-19 Vaccine; Trump Rallies in Three COVID-19 Hotspots Saturday; Nigerian Police Force Mobilize to Quell Worst Unrest in 20 Years; U.S. to Provide Humanitarian Aid to Sudan; Samsung Chairman Dies after Long Illness. Aired 4-5a ET
• Trump Downplays Virus In Hard-Hit Wisconsin; Wales Under Two- Week "Firebreak" To Stem COVID-19; Exclusive With Russian Vaccine's Main Developer; U.S. Officials: Russia, Iran Have Stolen Voter Information; Nigerian Police Force Mobilize To Quell Worst Unrest In 20 Years; COVID-19 Triggers Rise In Asian American Unemployment Rate. Aired 5-6a ET
• U.S. Posts Second Highest Day Of Coronavirus Cases; Pence Stays On Campaign Trail Despite Outbreak In Inner Circle; Sen. Harris Campaigning In Michigan Nine Days Before Election Day. Aired 3-4p ET
• Five Aides Of Vice President Pence Tested Positive For COVID- 19; Trump Campaign On The Onslaught As Election Nears; Senate Advances Amy Coney Barrett's Nomination; Pre-election Voting 58 Million Votes Casted. Aired 5-6p ET
• Vice President Pence To Stay On Campaign Trail Despite Inner Circle Outbreak; Interview With Sen. Dick Durbin (D-IL); Trump Baselessly Suggests Doctors And Hospitals Are Inflating COVID-19 Death Counts; Many Pharmacies Still Won't Vaccinate Children Against Flu; Early Voter Turnout Shatters Records; Harris Speaks In Michigan; Melania Trump Stays Off Campaign Trail; First Lady Eleanor Roosevelt; CNN Hero Woody Faircloth. Aired 4-5p ET
• Five Aides In Vice President's Office Test Positive For COVID- 19; Pence To Stay On Campaign Trail Despite Outbreak In Inner Circle; WH Chief Of Staff To CNN: We Are Not Going To Control The Pandemic; Trump Claims Outbreak Is Rounding The Corner As U.S Sees Record 83,000-Plus Cases In Single Day; U.S. Surpasses 225,000 Deaths As Coronavirus Cases Soar; Trump Continues New England Push With Maine Visit Soon. Aired 2-3p ET
• Pence Arrives In North Carolina After Five Aides Test Positive; Officials Claim Russia And Iran Have Interfered In U.S. Elections; Eleanor Roosevelt Inspires Leadership As First Lady. Aired 6-7p ET
• At Least Five Pence Aides Test Positive For COVID-19; White House Tried To Keep Outbreak In VP's Inner Circle Quiet; Biden And Harris React To Virus Outbreak Among Pence's Staff; Trump's Path To The White House Runs Through Florida Suburbs; Voter Intimidation Concerns Rise As Election Day Nears; Pence Staffer Gives CNN Update On Coronavirus Symptoms; El Paso To Implement Two-Week Curfew. Aired 7-8p ET
• Nine Days And Counting Until U.S. Presidential Election; The Coronavirus Pandemic Rages on in The U.S. Aired 12-1a ET


October 24, 2020
• U.S. Reports One-Day High, over 83,000 COVID-19 Infections; Experts: Masking Could Save 100K Lives by March 1; 51+ Million Early Votes Cast in U.S. Election; Coronavirus Reaches New Peaks across Europe; Israel and Sudan Agree to Normalize Relations; Asia Managing Pandemic; Mexican Cities Report Fresh Outbreaks. Aired 2-2:45a ET
• U.S. Reports One-Day High, over 83,000 COVID-19 Infections; Experts: Masking Could Save 100K Lives by March 1; Coronavirus Reaches New Peaks across Europe; 51+ Million Early Votes Cast in U.S. Election. Aired 3-3:30a ET
• U.S. Reports One-Day High, over 83,000 COVID-19 Infections; Coronavirus Reaches New Peaks across Europe; 51+ Million Early Votes Cast in U.S. Election; Israel and Sudan Agree to Normalize Relations; Lizzo Campaigns for Biden in Detroit. Aired 4-5a ET
• President Trump Votes Early In-Person in Florida; President Trump Promotes Security of In-Person Voting over Mail-In Ballots; President Trump to Campaign in Battleground States after Voting; U.S. Record Highest Single Day Number of COVID-19 Infections at More than 83,000; Democratic Presidential Candidate Joe Biden Gives Speech on COVID-19 in Delaware; Heavily Armed 19-Year-Old in Federal Custody Researched Location of Joe Biden's Residence. Aired 10-11a ET
• U.S. Reports One-Day High, Over 83,000 COVID-19 Infections; Experts: Masking Could Save 100K Lives By March 1; Coronavirus Reaches New Peaks Across Europe; Israel And Sudan Agree To Normalize Relations; No Clear Path To Reelection For Trump Without Florida. Aired 5-6a ET
• Biden Holds Campaign Rally In Pennsylvania; Trump Holds Campaign Rally In North Carolina; U.S. Records One-Day Record With 83,000-Plus New Coronavirus Cases. Aired 11a-12p ET
• U.S. Records Highest Single-Day Number Of COVID-19 Infections At More Than 83,000; President Trump Campaigns In North Carolina; Former President Obama To Campaign For Democratic Presidential Candidate Joe Biden In Florida; President Trump Votes Early In-Person In Florida; Long Lines Form In New York For Early Voting; President Trump Promotes Security Of In-Person Voting Over Mail-In Ballots; Director Of National Intelligence States Russia And Iran Have U.S. Voter Registration Information. Aired 2-3p ET
• Biden: Trump Quit On America With His Mishandling Of Pandemic; Trump And Biden Must-Win States 10 Days Until Election; Trump Hits Biden On Fracking In Midwestern Battlegrounds; Rep. John Garamendi (D- CA) Is Interviewed About The Trump And Biden Race; More Than 52 Million Americans Across The Country Have Already Cast Their Ballots In Early Voting; Community Fridge Feeds Hungry New Yorkers During Pandemic. Aired 12-1p ET
• U.S. Reports Its Highest Number Of Coronavirus Infections In One Day; Trump's Saturday Sprint: North Carolina, Ohio And Wisconsin; Sen. Kamala Harris Speaks Live At Ohio Voter Event; Barack Obama Campaigns For Joe Biden In Battleground State Of Florida. Aired 3-4p ET
• Obama: Even "Florida Man" Wouldn't Behave The Way Trump Does; President Trump Speaking To Reporters In Ohio; Trump On Rally Blitz As COVID Cases Spike; Jon Bon Jovi Campaigns For Joe Biden In Pennsylvania; Polls Show Tight Race In Battleground Ohio; Interview With Georgia Senatorial Candidate Jon Ossoff (D). Aired 4-5p ET
• U.S. Shatters Single-Day Record With 83,000-Plus New Infections; President Trump Votes In Person In Florida; Trump Baselessly Claims We're Going To Quickly End This Pandemic; Top Al Qaeda Member Killed In Afghanistan; Appeals Court Blocks Wisconsin Limits On Gatherings; Georgia Records Over 2.5 million Early Votes Cast; Wisconsin Breaks Record On Early Voting. Aired 1-2p ET
• Trump, Biden Storm Campaign Trail With 52-Plus Million Votes Already Cast; Biden Campaigns In Battleground Pennsylvania; Trump Downplays Virus As Cases Surge Nationwide; Trump And Biden Blitz Must- Win States 10 Days Until Election; Trump Campaigns In Ohio; Interview With Former National Security Advisor John Bolton; Trump Claims U.S. Rounding Turn As Cases Spike; NIH Director Warns If Only 50 Percent Of Americans Get Vaccine, Virus Will Remain Problem For Years. Aired 5-6p ET
• U.S. Sets New Daily Record for Coronavirus Cases; Illinois Health Official Tears Up as She Reports State's Death Toll; Steve Bannon Pushes "Shoddy" Research Claiming Coronavirus Made in a Chinese Lab as a Bioweapon. Aired 6-7p ET


October 23, 2020
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• Six States See Highest Case Count; North Carolina Voters React to Debate; Trump and Biden Spar over Oil Industry. Aired 9:30-10a
• Interview with HHS Secretary Alex Azar; Biden and Trump Supporters Happy with Final Debate; Over 50 Million Americans Have Already Voted. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• Trump and Biden Clash in Final Presidential Debate; U.S. Says, Russian Hackers Have Stolen Data From State and Local Governments; 71,000+ Coronavirus Cases Reported in U.S. Thursday. Aired 10-10:30a ET
• Trump and Biden Clash in Final Presidential Debate; FDA Approves Remdesivir As First Drug to Treat Coronavirus; Trump, Biden Clash in Final Presidential Debate; U.S. Embassy in Turkey Warns of Potential Terrorist Attacks and Kidnappings Against U.S. Citizens. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• More Than 71,000 New Cases in U.S. Thursday, Highest Since Summer; CNN Reports, More Than 50 Million Americans Have Already Voted; Americans in Turkey Warned About Credible Threat. Aired 11:30- 12p ET
• COVID-19 Cases Continue to Rise; Trump Addressed Race at Debate; Hundreds Banned from Flying Delta. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• Trump Accusations about Fauci's Politics Don't Hold Up; Trump Claims Kids Separated from Parents at Border Are "Well Taken Care Of"; Update on Coronavirus Responses Around the Country; Joe Biden's Promise about Oil Is Raising Eyebrows; Fact-checking Trump Claim on Windmills and Birds; At Least 55 Million Watched Final Debate, on Par with 1st One. Aired 1:30-2p ET
• Trump: Israel And Sudan Agree to Normalize Relations. Aired 12:30-1p ET
• Instant Debate Reaction: Biden Won Nashville Confro