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• Intense Fighting in Mariupol; Missile Strikes Residential Area in Kramatorsk; Dana Pittard is Interviewed about Ukraine; McCarthy Audio Talks about 25th Amendment. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• Heard Continues Testimony in Lawsuit; Gennadiy Trukhanov is Interviewed about Odessa; Zeke Unger is Interviewed about the Manhunt for Vicky White and Casey White. Aired 9:30-10a ET
• Intense Fighting as Ukrainians Make Last Stand At Mariupol Steel Plant; Audio Says, Rep. Kevin McCarthy Called 25th Amendment Process Too Long; Amber Heard Testifies For Second Day About Marriage to Depp. Aired 10-10:30a ET
• 45 Million-Plus Under Threat For Severe Weather Across The South; Ukraine Says, Russian Forces Have Committed 9,800-Plus War Crimes; White House Shares Possible Options If Roe v. Wade Overturned. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• Stock Market Drops; Desperation in Mariupol. Aired 1-1:30p ET
• Amber Heard Details More Alleged Abuse by Johnny Depp; Audio; McCarthy Said 25th Amendment "Takes Too Long," Wanted to Reach Out to President-Elect Joe Biden After 1/6; GOP Rep. Madison Cawthorn Calls Nude Tape "Blackmail"; German Prosecutor "Sure" He's Identified Madeleine McCann's Murderer; JonBenet Ramsey's Dad Wants 3rd Party to Take Over DNA Testing. Aired 1:30-2p ET
• Interview With Michigan Attorney General Dana Nessel; Stock Market Drops; Desperation in Mariupol. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• Sources: Trump Jr Did Not Invoke 5th Amendment in Testimony; Oath Keepers Member Says Group's Leader Tried, Failed to Contact Trump on 1/6; WHO: Global COVID Death Toll 3X Higher Than Officially Reported; Cases in U.S. Soaring Across Northeast, Pacific Northwest; At Least 3 Killed in Suspected Terror Attack in Israel; Airlines Scramble Over Pilot Shortages Ahead of Summer. Aired 2:30-3p ET
• Ukrainians Make Last Stand at Mariupol Steel Plant; Chief Justice Roberts Call Leak of Supreme Court Draft on Abortion "Absolutely Appalling"; Economist Predict Dip in Job Growth as Pandemic Recovery Slows. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• Interview with Republican Congressman Charlie Dent; McCarthy Calling 25th Amendment Process Too Long; Donald Trump Jr. Meets with January 6 Committee; Chief Justice Roberts Calling Leak "Absolutely Appalling"; Amber Heard Back on the Stand in Johnny Depp Defamation Trial; Interview with Criminal Defense Attorney Joey Jackson; Karine Jean-Pierre Named Next WH Press Secretary; Stock Fall Sharply Wiping Out Wednesday's Gains. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• Intensifying Fighting At Mariupol Steel Plant; U.S. Fed Raises Interest Rates Half A Percentage Point; Fed Aims To Curb U.S. Inflation With Rate Hike; Ukrainians Reach Freedom After Fleeing Occupied Kherson; Dave Chappelle Tackled Onstage in L.A.; Major U.S. Reservoirs at Risk of Drying Up. Aired 12-1a ET
• Ukrainian Forces Retake Village Near Kharkiv; Russia Says To Cease Fire At Mariupol Steel Plant Allowing Civilian Evacuations; Biden Comes Out Swinging Against GOP Extreme MAGA Agenda; Fed Raises Rates By Half A Percentage Point; Moldovan Winery Opens Its Doors to Ukrainian Refugees; Beijing's Largest District Effectively Shut Down; Protecting Thailand's Indochinese Tigers; Comedian Tackled on Stage in Los Angeles. Aired 1-2a ET
• Russia Says It Will Allow Evacuations From Azovstal Plant; Ukrainian Forces Retake Village In Northern Kharkiv Region; E.U. Proposes Ban On Russian Oil Imports By Year's End; Afghan Refugees Stay in U.S. Permanently; Wanted Correctional Officer to Turn Herself In; Actress Amber Heard Takes Stand; Bolsonaro's Reaction to DiCaprio; Four Astronauts to Return to Earth; Russian Cosmonaut Takes Command of ISS. Aired 2-3a ET
• Russian Forces Attacking Mariupol Nonstop; Donations Starting to Decline; Asian Markets All in Positive Trend; Ukrainian Oligarch Fighting Extradition; Not All E.U. Members Can Ban Russian Oil; Pope Francis Warns Russian Patriarch; President Biden Attacking MAGA Followers; Women Outrage by Supreme Court's Draft; Dave Chappelle Attacked on Stage. Aired 3-4a ET
• Nonstop Shelling of Azovstal Plant; Intensifying Fighting at Mariupol Steel Plant; Effort to Provide Shelter, Aid to the Internally Displaced; U.S. Fed Raises Interest Rates Half a Percentage Point; Rate Hike Pushes U.S. Stocks to Best Day in Two Years; CDC Chief Says More People May Die If Abortion Rights Removed; Audio Recordings Reveal Top U.S. House Republican Spoke About Having Trump Removed from Office. Aired 4-4:30a ET
• EU May Find It Hard to Ban Russian Oil Imports; U.K. Sanctions Russian Media Outlets Over "Disinformation"; Manhunt Underway for Alabama Correctional Officer and Inmate; Millions in Beijing Face Sixth Round of Mass Testing; Comedian Tackled on Stage in Los Angeles. Aired 4:30-5a ET
• Fighting Rages Around Azovstal Plant; W.H.O. Report: COVID Caused 15 Million Excess Deaths Globally; At Least Three Dead in Attack in Central Israel; New Evidence in Madeleine McCann Case; Abortion Providers in U.S. Face Uncertain Future. Aired 2-3p ET


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