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CNN Transcripts for January 17, 2022

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Anderson Cooper 360 Degrees


At This Hour

The Global Brief with Bianca Nobilo

The Lead with Jake Tapper

Don Lemon Tonight

CNN Newsroom
• Winter Storm Slams Southern U.S.; Winter Storm Cancels Flights; Winter Olympic Tickets Won't be Sold to the Public; Djokovic Back in Serbia; Omicron Has Not Peaked Yet; Hostage-Taker At Synagogue Identified; Derrick Johnson is Interviewed about Election Rights. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• Three Killed in Drone Attacks in Abu Dhabi; Rep. Josh Gottheimer (D-NJ) and Rep. Don Bacon (R-NE) are Interviewed about Computer Chip Bill; Maxwell Ends Fight to Keep Names Secret; Prince Harry Wants to Pay for Police Protection. Aired 9:30-10a ET
• Winter Storm Passed Portions Of The South, Moved Into The Northeast; Tonga Eruption Likely The World's Largest In 30 Years; China Says Tickets For Winter Olympics Will Not Be Sold To General Public Due To COVID-19; Russia Denies There Are Russian Troops In Ukraine; UK National Identified As Texas Synagogue Hostage Taker. Aired 10-10:30a ET
• Clyburn: Not Giving Up On Voting Rights Bills Yet; Court Hearing This Week For Oath Keepers Leader Charged With Seditious Conspiracy; Remembering Legendary CNN Stage Manager Jay Conroy. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• North Korea Launches More Ballistic Missiles; Terror in Texas; Winter Storm Pummels East Coast; Novak Djokovic Deported From Australia; China Making Changes to Olympic Attendance. Aired 1-1:30p ET
• North Korea Fires 2 Suspected Ballistic Missiles from Airport; Israeli Study Suggests Fourth Dose of Vaccine Boosts Antibodies; Mom of 1-Year-Old Talks About Son's hard Battle with COVID; Prince Andrew's Lawyers Want to Depose Accuser's Psychologist & Husband; Prince Harry Wants to Pay for Police Protection When in U.K. Aired 1:30-2p ET
• Terror in Texas; Winter Storm Pummels East Coast; Voting Rights Push. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• Rabbi Describes Moment Hostages Were Able To Escape; FBI: TX Synagogue Hostage Situation "Terror-Related"; DHS Working With Congress To Increase Funding For Faith-Based Communities To Upgrade Security, Protect Against Terror And Hate Crimes; Djokovic Returns To Serbia After Losing Visa Appeal In Australia; France's Strict Vaccine Requirements Could Jeopardize Djokovic's Chance To Play In French Open; Winter Olympic Tickets Won't Be Sold To Public Because Of COVID; Efforts To Get Omicron Under Control. Aired 2:30-3p ET
• Interview With Rep. Nikema Williams (D-GA); North Korea Launches More Ballistic Missiles; Terror in Texas; Winter Storm Pummels East Coast; Voting Rights Push. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• Early Data From Israel: 4th Dose of Vaccine Yields Nice Increase in Antibodies, But May Not Prevent Omicron Breakthrough Infection; Ghislaine Maxwell Ends Fight to Keep Names Secret in Lawsuit; Prince Andrew's Lawyers Seek to Depose Giuffre's Psychologist, Husband; Underwater Volcano Near Tonga Erupts at Least Twice in 4 Days. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• Tennis Star Leaves Australia after Losing Visa Appeal; North Korea Launches Two Suspected Ballistic Missiles; Australia to Send Humanitarian Aid to Tsunami-hit Tonga; China Grew 4% in Fourth Quarter; Concern Over India's Religious Festivals as Omicron Spreads; Cost of Weather Disasters Rising in the U.S.; Hong Kong Authorities Deny Suppressing Media Freedoms. Aired 12-1a ET
• Did Not Air. 1-2a ET
• U.S. Burdened by Severe Weather; Texas Synagogue Attacker was a British Citizen; Novak Djokovic Out of Australian Open; North Korea Fires Suspected Ballistic Missile. Aired 2-3a ET
• Bad Weather Heading into Northeastern U.S.; Pyongyang Test Fired Two Ballistic Missiles; Ukrainian Web Sites Hacked by Suspected Russian Operators; Hostage Taker Killed in Texas; French Parliament Passed New Health Bill; Novak Djokovic Back to Serbia. Aired 3-4a ET
• Much of Southeast Hit by Freezing Rain and Snow; Winter Storm System Now Moving Through Northeast; Australia to Send Humanitarian Aid to Tsunami-Hit Tonga; Colleyville Hostage-Taker Identified as British Citizen; North Korea Launches Two Suspected Ballistic Missiles; U.S. and Its Allies Look to Prevent Russian Invasion. Aired 4-4:30a ET
• Australian Open Begins Without Serbian Tennis Star; French Parliament Approves Controversial Vaccine Pass Bill; Eight Cities in China Reporting Omicron Cases; Prince Harry Seeks Right to Pay for U.K. Police Protection; Boris Johnson Faces Calls to Resign Over Lockdown Parties. 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

CNN Live Event/Special

The Situation Room

Hala Gorani Tonight