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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
• April Jobs Report; Evacuations from Mariupol Amid Fighting; Russia Blocking Civilians in Kherson; Wesley Clark is Interviewed about the War in Ukraine; Esper's New Book. Aired 9:00-9:30a ET
• Amber Heard's Testimony; Putin's Girlfriend on Sanctions List; Petro Poroshenko is Interviewed about Ukraine. Aired 9:30-10a
• Happening Now, Evacuations From Mariupol Steel Plant As Fighting Rages; U.S Economy Adds 428,000 Jobs in April, Unemployment Stable At 3.6 Percent; Fears of Violence in D.C. After Leaked Draft Overturning Roe V. Wade. Aired 10-10:30a ET
• Esper Says, Trump Wanted to Launch Missiles Into Mexico Over Drug Labs; First Lady Arrives in Romania to Visit Troops, Refugees; Emotional, Graphic Testimony As Heard Details Alleged Assault By Depp. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• Mariupol Evacuation Efforts Continue; Strong Jobs Report. Aired 1-1:30p ET
• Hotel Explosion In Cuba; Supreme Court Security; FDA Puts New Restrictions On J&J Vaccine; Unexplained Hepatitis In Children; Interview With Co-Director Of Center For Vaccine Development At Texas Children's Hospital Dr. Peter Hotez; Limited Roles For Harry, Meghan, And Andrew; Manhunt For Alabama Fugitives; New Photos Released For Alabama Fugitives. Aired 1:30-2p ET
• White House Ramping Up Messaging on Roe v. Wade; Mariupol Evacuation Efforts Continue; Strong Jobs Report; Interview With Former U.S. Secretary of Defense Leon Panetta. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• Vehicle Found In Tennessee In Search For Fugitives; At Least 8 Dead After Explosion At Havana Hotel; FDA Puts Strict Limits On Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 Vaccine; New Images Of Soviet-Era Symbols Seen In Mariupol. Aired 2:30-3pm ET
• U.S. Economy Adds 428K Jobs in April, Employment Stable at 3.6 Percent; Biden in Ohio to Meet with Manufacturers; Satellite Pics Show Excavation of Mariupol Theater Where 300 Killed; Judge Recommends GOP Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene Should Not Be Disqualified for Reelection. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• Judge Recommends GOP Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene Should Not Be Disqualified for Reelection; Esper: Stephen Miller Wanted to Sen 250,000 Troops to Border; Vehicle Found in Hunt for Escaped Inmate, Former Corrections Officer; Stewardship of Supreme Court Under Justice Roberts Scrutinized. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• More Mariupol Evacuations Planned as Fighting Rages; Sources: U.S. Intel Helped Ukraine Target Russian Ship; Manhunt Underway after Suspected Terrorist Attack in Israel; Hillary Clinton Slams Draft Supreme Court Decision; 25 Wounded in Missile Strikes, Shelling of Kramatorsk; German Prosecutor: Evidence Points to Suspect in Madeleine McCann Abduction; Manhunt Underway for Alabama Corrections Officer, Inmate; Republican Backlash Deepens Against Cawthorn. Aired 12-1a ET
• Russia's War on Ukraine; Continuous Russian Assault; Ukrainian Forces Strong Defense; Missing Ukrainians Taken by Russian Soldiers; Search for Suspects in Israel; U.S. Economy; Coronavirus pandemic; W.H.O. Death Toll in India; India Denies Death Toll Numbers; China Doubles Down on Zero-COVID Policy; Wounded Ukrainian Soldier Spent Weeks as Russian Prisoner; Captured Ukrainian Marine Speaks with CNN after Release; Israeli and Russian Interests Converge in Syria; Abortion Battle Grows More Tense after Leak of Draft Opinion; Biden Admin to Lift Trump-Era Title-42; White House Appoints First Black & LGBTQ Press Secretary. Aired 1-2a ET
• Russian Shelling of Azovstal Steel Plant Still Continues; U.S. Markets Make U-Turn After Major Gains; Israel Names Suspects in Deadly Attack; Xi-Jinping Doubles Down on Nation's Zero-COVID Policy; Finland Preparing for Possible Russian Aggression; Vote Could Show Impact Of "Partygate" Scandal; Eintracht Frankfurt Hold Off West Ham To Reach Final; Charles Leclerc "Feels Amazing" Leading Title Race; U.S. Law Enforcement Warns Of Potential Violence In Wake Of Supreme Court Abortion Rights Draft Opinion; Sailors Moved Off USS George Washington After Multiple Suicide. Aired 2-3a ET
• Rescuing Civilians in Mariupol is Risky; Poland Struggling with Influx of Refugees; U.S. Shared Intel to Ukrainians About Moskva Warship; Suspected Terrorists Arrested in Israel; Wall Street Makes Complete U-turn; Finland Working to Join NATO Alliance; Finland Hopes to Become a NATO Member; China Postponed Asian Games; Supreme Court Draft Spark Outrage; White House Making Historic Decision; Alabama Offers Reward for Informants; Tornadoes Ripping Houses. Aired 3-4a ET
• More Mariupol Evacuations Planned as Fighting Rages; U.S. Intel Helped Ukraine target Russian Ship; Design Firm Building Housing for Displaced Ukrainians; World Markets React to Wall Street Tumble; Israel Identifies Suspects in Deadly Elad Attack; Chines President Doubles Down on Nation's Zero-COVID Policy. Aired 4-4:30a ET
• Sweden, Finland Both Considering Joining NATO; Finland's Military Ramps Up Readiness to Possible Aggression; EU Preparing New Sanction, Including Ban on Russian Oil; Early Results Showing Major Losses or Conservative Party; U.S. Demand for Abortion Pills By Mail Expected to Soar; Hundreds of Storms in Recent Days, Some Spawning Tornadoes. Aired 4:30-5a ET
• Azov Regiment Says Russian Forces Fired An Anti-Tank Weapon At A Car That Was Evacuating People From The Azovstal Plant; Explosion Damages Havana Hotel; Boris Johnson And His Party Suffer Setbacks In Local Voting In Britain; Manhunt Underway For Two Suspects; Philippines Preparing For Monday's Presidential Election; Small Irish Town Welcomes Ukrainian Refugees. Aired 2-3p ET

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Inside Politics

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