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CNN Transcripts for September 06, 2021

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Cuomo Prime Time


Anderson Cooper 360 Degrees


Amanpour


At This Hour


The Lead with Jake Tapper


Don Lemon Tonight


CNN Newsroom
• W.H. Chief Of Staff Won't Commit To Specific Date For Booster Shots; Nearly 30 Percent Of Israelis Have Had 3rd COVID Vaccine Dose; Israel Coronavirus Czar Says 4th Vaccine Dose Likely; Louisiana Dealing With Power, Fuel Shortages A Week After Ida; Biden Set To Visit Flood Ravaged Communities In NY And NJ; Taliban Claim Victory Over Last Afghan Holdout. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• Expanded Jobless Benefits Expire Today for Millions of Americans; U.S. Companies Pushing Back Against Texas Abortion Law. Aired 9:30-10am ET
• White House Chief of Staff Won't Commit to Specific Date for Booster Shots; Multiple Crises Roil Biden Administration; Louisiana Dealing with Power, Fuel Shortages More Than a Week after Ida. Aired 10-10:30a ET
• Louisiana Dealing with Power, Fuel Shortages More Than a Week after Ida; U.S Schools See Differing Outcomes Based on COVID Safety Measures; Gov. Gavin Newsom (D-CA) Fights to Keep His Job as Recall Election Nears. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• White House Changes Booster Rollout Plan, Third Moderna Shot Likely Delayed; Biden Admin Stares Down Multiple Crises on Labor Day Holiday; State Department Official Says, U.S. Helped Four Americans Escape Afghanistan Overland Route Across Border. Aired 1-1:30p ET
• Biden Set To Visit Flood-Ravaged Communities In NY And NJ; Louisiana Dealing With Power And Fuel Shortages Week After Ida; Biden Instructs DOJ To Seek Ways To Protect Abortion Access In TX; Pandemic Jobless Benefits Expire, Impacting Millions Of Americas. Aired 1:30-2p ET
• Hurricane Ida Aftermath; COVID Deaths Rising; Biden Administration Facing Multiple Crises. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• U.S. Facilitates Department Of 4 Americans From Afghanistan Overland; GOP Rep. McCaul Claims Taliban Not Allowing U.S. Citizens To Department Afghanistan Airport; Major Companies Push Back On Texas Abortion Law; Ex-Marine Sharpshooter Charged With Fatally Shooting 4 People. Aired 2:30-3p ET
• Interview With Lafourche Parish, Louisiana, President Archie Chaisson; Hurricane Ida Aftermath; COVID Deaths Rising. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• Millions Left Scrambling After Pandemic Unemployment Benefits End; 3 New Fires Ignite in California as Caldor Slows; 230 Plus Medical Journals Say Climate Crisis Is Greatest Health Threat; Schools See Differing Outcomes Based on COVID Safety Measures. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• Taliban, Resistance Fighters Battle in Panjshir Valley; Mexican Students Head Back to Class Amid COVID Surge; Parts of U.S. Struggle with COVID Over Labor Day Weekend; Pandemic Reveals U.S. Dependency on Imports from China; Paralympics Close with Parade of Nations and Fireworks; U.S. Paralympian Jessica Long Takes Home 29th Career Medal; Category 3 Hurricane Larry Headed Toward Bermuda. Aired 12-1a ET
• Taliban, Resistance Fighters Battle in Panjshir Valley; More Domestic Flights Resume at Kabul Airport; Recovery Efforts Underway in Hard-hit New York; Military Seizes Power in Apparent Coup in Guinea; U.S. Plans to Roll Out Booster Program in Coming Weeks. Aired 1-2a ET
• Military Seizes Power In Apparent Coup In Guinea; Trump-Era Ban Keeps Some Chinese Students Out Of U.S.; Biden To Visit All Three 9/11 Attack Sites Saturday. Aired 2-3aET
• Taliban Claimed Last Province in Afghanistan; Domestic Flights Resume in Afghanistan; Louisiana Dealing with Extreme Heat; U.S. Push for a Booster Shot; Mexico Starts in-Person Learning. Aired 3-4a ET
• 74-Year-Old New Orleans Man Dies from Heat Amid Outages; Recovery Efforts Underway in Northeast U.S.; Taliban Say Panjshir Taken, But Resistance Forces Deny Claim; GOP Rep. Claims Taliban Not Letting U.S. Citizens Fly Out; White House Waiting for Booster Approval to Announce Date; Kentucky Governor Calls State's COVID Surge Dire. Aired 4-4:30a ET
• Military Seizes Power in Apparent Coup in Guinea; Mexican Authorities Clash with Migrant Group; Democrats Move to Protect Women's Reproductive Rights; Bans Abortions After Six Weeks Despite Roe v. Wade; Gavin Newsom Fights to Keep Job as Governor as Election Nears; Brazil-Argentine Football Match Suspended; Paralympics Close with Parade of Nations and Fireworks. Aired 4:30-5a ET


Connect the World


Erin Burnett Outfront


Early Start with John Berman and Zoraida Sambolin


First Move with Julia Chatterley


Inside Politics


New Day


Quest Means Business


The Situation Room


Hala Gorani Tonight