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CNN Transcripts for May 10, 2022

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• Missiles Hit Hotels and Mall in Odessa; Biden Says Leaks Must Stop; Vicky White Mastermind Behind Jail Break; Lenny DePaul is Interviewed about the Alabama Case; Luliia Mendel is Interviewed about Ukraine. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• Ukrainian Forces Target Russian Tank; Biden to Speak about Inflation; Economy Still Important for Americans; Baby Formula Shortage; Queen Misses Parliament Opening. Aired 9:30-10a ET
• Ukraine Says, Russia Used Hypersonic Missiles in Attack on Odessa; Ex-Corrections Officer Dead, Inmate Captured After Police Chase; Today, Biden Speaks on His Plan to Fight Inflation. Aired 10- 10:30a ET
• Today, West Virginia and Nebraska Head to Polls For Primary Elections; White House Says, FDA Working Around the Clock to Address Baby Formula Shortage; Chef Mario Batali on Trial For Sexual Misconduct. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• Will Putin Escalate War in Ukraine?; President Biden Lays Out Inflation Plan. Aired 1-1:30p ET
• Sheriff: Vicky White "Basically Masterminded" Jail Escape; Second Set of Remains Found in Lake Mead as Water Level Plunges; Finland & Sweden Could be on Verge of Asking to Join NATO; U.N. General Assembly Elects Czech Republic to Replace Russia on Human Rights Council; Reporters Fighting for the Truth Despite Kremlin Crackdown; White House: FDA Working to Address Infant Formula Shortage. Aired 1:30-2p ET
• Gas Prices Jump to New Record High; Ingredients for Global Recession on the Table; President Biden Says Inflation Top Challenge Right Now; Aftermath of Attack on Civilian Convoy Near Kharkiv; Russia Attacks Multiple Targets in Odessa. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• Ex-Corrections Officer Dead, Inmate Recaptured After Police Chase; Elon Musk Confirms He Would Reverse Trump's Twitter Ban; Celebrity Chef Mario Batali Found Not Guilty Of Indecent Assault, Battery; DNI Director: War To Be "More Unpredictable In Coming Months". Aired 2:30-3p ET
• Gas Prices Hit Record High Amid Rising Inflation; Biden Touts Efforts To Lower Fuel Prices As Gas Hits Record High; Democrats Urge Schumer To End Filibuster To Protect Abortion Rights. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• Belarus Moving Special Forces to Border with Ukraine; Ukraine Says It Destroyed 3 Russian Pontoon Bridges in Kharkiv Area; Cases of Omicron Subvariant Offshoot Doubled Over Past 2 Weeks; Queen Misses Parliament Opening for First Time in 59 Years. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• U.S. Pushes Back On Vladimir Putin's Claims In Victory Day Speech; Volodymyr Zelenskyy Delivers Victory Day Address To Counter Vladimir Putin; Ukrainian Hospitals Treating Patients With Complex Wounds; Officer Is Dead, Jail Escapes Is Caught After Police Chase; China Doubles Down On Its "Zero-COVID" Policy; Villagers Face Relentless Shelling Outside Kherson. Aired 12-1a ET
• Putin Strikes Defiant Tone in Victory Day Speech; Russian Invasion Drives Calls for Finland to Join NATO; U.S. Senate Democrats Try to Make Abortion Rights Federal Law; Sri Lanka's Prime Minister Resigns Amid Protests over Economic Crisis; Ferdinand Marcos Jr. Appears Headed to Victory. Aired 1-2a ET
• Ukraine: Russia Firing Missiles On Port City Of Odessa; Russia Marks Victory Day As War In Ukraine Rages On; Russian Ambassador To Poland Doused With Red Paint; Sri Lankan Prime Minister Resigns; South Korea's New President, Yoon Suk Yeol; Philippines' Election; Push for More COVID Funding; Possible COVID Infections in U.S.; COVID Boosters Could Limit Winter Surge; Interview with Cardiologist and Professor of Molecular Medicine for Scripps Research Dr. Eric Topol; Extra Protection to Families of Supreme Court Justices; Rallies Over Abortion Rights; High Winds Threaten to Spread Fire. Aired 2-3a ET
• Russia Celebrates Victory Without Victory in Ukraine; World Food Programme Warns of Famine; Manhunt Ended in a Chase Leading to Death; South Korea with a New President. Aired 3-4a ET
• Russia Firing Missiles on Port City of Odesa; Villagers Face Relentless Shelling Outside Kherson; U.N.: 7.7 Million People Internally Displaced by Russia's War; Finland's Leaders Set to Decide on Country Joining NATO; Officer is Dead, Jail Escapee is Caught After Police Chase; High Winds Threaten to Spread Fires Raging in Southwest. Aired 4-4:30a ET
• Dozens of Critical Stories Posted on Pro-Kremlin Website; European Commission Claims Progress in Talks with Hungary; Wounded Ukrainians Evacuated from Front Lines to Hospitals; China Doubles Down on Its Zero-COVID Policy; Queen Elizabeth to Miss Opening U.K. Parliament. Aired 4:30-5a ET
• Russian Forces Target Odessa; Finland's Leaders Set To Decide On Joining NATO; Protests In Philippines Over Presidential Election; Finland Poised To Join NATO; German Foreign Minister Meets Zelenskyy In Kyiv; Ukrainian Hospitals Treating Patients With Complex Wounds; Queen Misses Opening Of Parliament; Warhol Portrait Of Marilyn Monroe Breaks Sales Record. Aired 2-3p ET


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