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• U.S. Inflation Slowed Last Month; Trump Influence has Mixed Results; House Passes Ukraine Aid Bill; Oleksandr Syenkevych is Interviewed about Mykolaiv. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• Senate Votes on Abortion Rights; 911 Call from Vicky White; Musk Would Reverse Trump's Twitter Ban; Journalist Killed in West Bank; Passenger Lands Plane. Aired 9:30-10a
• U.S. Inflation Slowed Last Month, But Still Near 40-Year High; Trump Influence Has Mixed Results in Nebraska, West Virginia Primaries; House Passes $40 Billion Ukraine Aid Bill. Aired 10-10:30a ET
• Interview with Senator Elizabeth Warren (D-MA) About Abortion Rights Vote; Ukrainian 2016 Eurovision Winner Raising Money and Awareness; CDC Says More Vaccinated People Dying from COVID. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• Ukrainian Forces Retaking Territory?; Interview With Sen. Chris Murphy (D-CT); Inflation Easing?. Aired 1-1:30p ET
• Passenger Lands Plane After Pilot Becomes Incapacitated; Southern Ukrainians Live Amidst Violence in War-Torn Villages; CDC: Share of COVID Deaths Among Vaccinated Growing. Aired 1:30-2p ET
• Gas Prices In U.S. Have Hit A Record High; Economists Theorize Inflation Could Worsen In Coming Years; Tensions Between Russia And Ukraine Are Causing Continuing Grief For The World. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• Biden Addresses Inflation Concerns, Food Supply Issues; Soon, Senate to Vote on Abortion Rights Bill, Expected to Fail; Sen. Mazie Hirono (D-HI) Discusses Senate Vote on Abortion Bill; Kharkiv Officials: Ukrainian Troops Retake More Areas from Russia; Ukraine: 1st Russian Solder to Stand Trial for Civilian Death; Lacrosse Team Alleges Racial Profiling After Bus Searched in GA; Senate Approves Funding for Additional Security for SCOTUS Judges, Their Families. Aired 2:30-3p ET
• Soon: Senate To Vote On Abortion Rights Bill, Expected To Fail; CNN: 1/6 House Panel Finalizes Witnesses For June Public Hearings; CNN: Hearings To Focus On Trump's Actions During Riot, Election Fraud Claims, Police Response, Rally Finances; Gas Prices Now Average $4.40 For First Time In U.S. History. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• Baby Formula Shortage in U.S. Growing More Severe; Senate Votes on Abortion Rights Bill; New Leadership Appeals for Kherson to Become Part of Russia; Ukraine to Stop Transporting Some Russian Gas to Europe; Passenger with No Flight Experience Lands Plane. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• Volodymyr Zelenskyy: Occupiers Being Pushed Away From Kharkiv; Ukrainians Use Captured Russian Tank To Fight Invaders; U.S. President: Top Domestic Priority Is Fighting Inflation; Ukrainian Troops Retake Key Village on Dnipro River; WHO: China's 'Zero-COVID' Policy is Not Sustainable; Police Capture Escaped Inmate in Indiana after 11 Days; U.S. Intelligence: China Poses 'Acute' Threat to Taiwan. Aired 12-1a ET
• Ukrainian Military Liberates Four Settlements In Kharkiv Region; Trump-Backed U.S. Rep. Alex Mooney Wins West Virginia GOP Primary; Biden Blames COVID-19 Pandemic, Putin For High Inflation Rates; Yellen Says Abortion-Rights Rollback Puts U.S. Economy at Risk; Casey White Indicated He Wanted A Shootout, But Wreck Prevented It; House Passes $40 Billion Ukraine Aid Bill; Ukraine Reclaims Four Settlements in Kharkiv Region; Al Jazeera Journalist Shot and Killed in West Bank; Prince Charles Delivers Queen's Speech to Open Parliament. Aired 1-2a ET
• Zelenskyy: Occupiers Being Pushed Away From Kharkiv; Russia Has Fired 10-12 Hypersonic Missiles; U.S. House Passes $40 Billion Ukraine Aid Bill; U.S. Gas Price Hike; Combating Inflation; Escalating China- Taiwan tensions; Alabama Manhunt; U.S. Gun Violence; U.S. Wildfires; Climate Change Reveals Dark Past in Lake Mead; Musk to Reverse Trump's Twitter Account; iPod Model to be Discontinued; Batali Found Not Guilty of Indecent Assault. Aired 2-3a ET
• Hypersonic Missile Hit Odessa; Kharkiv Residents Living Normally But Remain Vigilant; Israeli-Palestinian Conflict Killed Journalist in West Bank; Inflation Rocks Biden Administration; Russia Profits from Stealing Ukraine's Grains; Finland Soon to be NATO's Ally; Ukraine's First President Dies at 88; Fugitive Back in Jail; Fires in New Mexico Burned 200 Acres of Land; Elon Musk to Give Donald Trump a Voice in Twitter. Aired 3-4a ET
• U.S. Passes $40 Billion Ukraine Aid Bill; Ukraine Reclaims Four Settlements in Kharkiv Region; Russia has Fired 10-12 Hypersonic Missiles; Al Jazeera Journalist Shot and Killed in West Bank; Georgia Prosecutors Interviewing Fake Trump Electors; Biden Blames Putin and Pandemic for Surging Inflation; Stolen Grain Being Sent Abroad by Russia. Aired 4-4:30a ET
• Finland, Sweden Poised to Join NATO Amid War in Ukraine; Police Captured Escaped Inmate in Indiana After 11 Days; U.S. Intel Official: China Poses Acute Treat to Taiwan; Tensions Put Spotlight on Taiwan's Role in Global Tech. Aired 4:30-5a ET
• Kharkiv Officials Cite Ukrainians Troops Are Retaking Villages; U.K. Stands With Sweden And Finland In New Security Agreement; Al Jazeera Journalist Killed While Covering Story In The West Bank; Ukrainians Fight Russians With Their Own Tank; Kherson Resident Describes Life Under Occupation; U.S. Senate To Vote On Abortion Rights Bill; Former President Da Silva Challenging Bolsonaro; Passenger Lands Plane. Aired 2-3p ET

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