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CNN Transcripts for January 07, 2022

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Anderson Cooper 360 Degrees


Amanpour


At This Hour


The Global Brief with Bianca Nobilo


The Lead with Jake Tapper


Don Lemon Tonight


CNN Newsroom
• Sentencing for Three Men in Arbery Killing; Page Pate is Interviewed about the Arbery Sentencing; Deadly Protests in Kazakhstan; Marty Walsh is Interviewed about the December Jobs Numbers. Aired 9:30-10a ET
• Sentencing Hearing for the Three Men Convicted in Arbery Killing Soon; CDC Director Walensky Set to Hold a Independent Briefing Soon; President Biden Urged By Former Aides to Change Course on Pandemic Strategy; January 6th Select Committee Not Ruling Out Possibility that Donald Trump's Actions Constituted a Crime; Aired 10- 10:30a ET
• Actor, Activist Sidney Poitier Dead at Age 94; Sentencing Hearing for Three Men Convicted of Ahmaud Arbery's Murder; Record 4.5 Million Americans Quite Their Jobs in November. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• Supreme Court Examines COVID Mandates; CDC Director Under Fire; Ahmaud Arbery's Killers Set For Sentencing. Aired 1-1:30p ET
• Former Governor Cuomo To Be Arraigned On Misdemeanor Sex Charge; Djokovic Family Says Australia Treating Him Like A Prisoner; Actor, Activist Sidney Poitier Dead At 94; Kazakhstan's President Orders Security Forces To Open Fire Without Warning Amid Protests. Aired 1:30-2p ET
• Interview With Democratic National Committee Chairman Jaime Harrison; Mixed Jobs Report; CDC Director Under Fire. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• Soon, Sentencing For Three Men Convicted In Arbery Killing; Travel Nightmares Persist With Another Winter Storm Amid COVID Surge. Aired 2:30-3p ET
• Killers of Ahmaud Arbery Sentenced. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• Former Biden Advisers: Chang COVID Strategy to Face New Normal; Supreme Court to Hear Oral Arguments on Vaccine and Testing Mandates; Judge Dismisses Groping Charge Against Former Governor Cuomo; Actor, Activist Sidney Poitier Dead at Age 94; Ted Cruz Begs Fox's Tucker Carlson for Forgiveness After Calling January 6 Capitol Riot a Terrorist Attack. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• Dozens of Protestors Killed, More than 1K Injured in Kazakhstan; Djokovic Won't Know Until Monday if He Can Defend Title; Biden Condemns Trump as a Threat to Democracy; India Reports 117,000 New Daily Cases; Growing Outcry Over Mishandling of Xi'an Lockdown; Argentina Sees Record COVID Cases for Third Day; China-Europe Trade Route Returns to Economic Relevance. Aired 12-1a ET
• Deadly Protests in Kazakhstan; Djokovic Won't Know Until Monday If He Can Defend Title; Xi'an Lockdown Brings Heartbreak and Dysfunction; Kazakhstan on Edge after Anti-Government Rallies Turn Deadly; Trump Supporters Still Contesting 2020 Election; China-Europe Trade Route Returns to Economic Relevance; Tech Event Wraps Up in Vegas. Aired 1-2a ET
• Turmoil in Kazakhstan as Putin Again Seizes on Unrest to Try to Expand Influence; Djokovic Row Over Vaccine Rules; Europe Struggles with Rising COVID Fueled by Omicron; Kazakhstan Protests: President: Constitutional Order Mainly Restored, Growing Outcry Over Mishandling Of Xi-An Lockdown; U.S. Marks First Anniversary Of Capitol Attack. Aired 2-3a ET
• Dozens Dead and Thousands Hurt in Kazakhstan's Violence; Novak Djokovic's Family Reacts at Australia's Policies; President Biden Blames Former President Trump for January 6th Attack; Threats Posted Online Against Lawmakers; Growing Outcry Over Mishandling Of Xi'an Lockdown; WHO, No Increased Risk For Winter Olympics In Beijing; India Reports 117,000 New Daily Cases; France Softens COVID Testing Rules For Schools; Global COVID Cases Up 71 Percent In Week ending January 2; WHO Warns Against Underestimating Omicron's Impact; Chile To Offer Fourth Vaccine Dose To Immunocompromised; Freight Trains' Comeback; Rare Collision Of A Ship And A Submarine; Chinese Premier Calling For Tax Cuts To Boost Economy; Consumer Electronics Show. Aired 3-4a ET
• More Than 60 Million People Under Winter Alerts Across U.S.; Government Memo: Threat From Domestic Extremism Remains High; U.S. President Honors Sacrifices of Capitol Police Officers; Djokovic Won't Know Until Monday If He Can Defend Title; In-Person Learning Hits Snag as Outbreaks Impact Schools. Aired 4-4:30a ET
• Trump Supporters Still Contesting 2020 Election; Kazakhstan's President Gave Order to Law Enforcement to Open Fire to Kill Without Warning; Nations Around the World Grapple with Soaring Covid-19 Cases; Growing Outcry Over Mishandling of Xi'an Lockdown; 9,202 Classrooms Shut Down Across France in Past Month. 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