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Anderson Cooper 360 Degrees
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At This Hour

The Global Brief with Bianca Nobilo

The Lead with Jake Tapper

Don Lemon Tonight
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CNN Newsroom
• Biden on "Hateful Ideology" behind Buffalo Shooting; Finnish Parliament Votes in Favor of NATO Application; Ukraine Expects Prisoner Exchange; Voters Head to Polls. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• Suspect in California Church Shooting in Custody; Arrest in Hair Salon Shooting in Texas; War of espionage in Ukraine; Congress Holds UFO Hearings. Aired 9:30-10a
• Today, Biden in Buffalo to Visit Families After Deadly Shooting; Voters in Five States Head to Polls for Primaries; Trump's Clout To Be Tested in Pennsylvania, North Carolina Races. Aired 10- 10:30a ET
• Ukrainians Give Up Fight at Mariupol Plant, the City's Last Stronghold; Biden in New Video Calls Formula Shortage a Top Priority; Amber Heard on Stand for Cross-Examination. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• Ukraine Declares End To Battle For Mariupol; NATO Expansion; President Biden Addresses Buffalo Mass Shooting. Aired 1-1:30p ET
• Trump's Clout Faces Test in Tight PA, NC Races; GOP's Cawthorn Battles to Survive Series of Missteps; Police: Church Shooting Suspect Upset Over China-Taiwan Tensions; U.S. Holds 1st Public Hearing on UFOs in Decades. Aired 1:30-2p ET
• Primary Day; President Biden Calls Out White Supremacy. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• Ukrainians Give Up Fight In Mariupol Plant, The City's Last Stronghold; Mayor Byron Brown (D-Buffalo) Gives Update On Mass Shooting; Crystal Peoples-Stokes, (D), New York Assemblywoman, Discuses Buffalo Mass Shooting, Biden Visit To Victims And Families; Biden Calls Baby Formula Shortage "Top Priority," Outlines New Steps; FDA Authorizes Pfizer Vaccine Booster For Kids 5 To 11. Aired 2:30-3p ET
• Biden Gets Emotional In Buffalo: "White Supremacy Is A Poison"; High-Stakes Senate And Governor's Races In Pennsylvania; Proposed NY Congressional Map Could Pit Longtime Democratic Members Against Each Other. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• Police: Church Shooter Upset Over Taiwan-China Tensions; Dallas Police Announce Arrest In Korean-Owned Salon Shooting; McCarthy Makes First On-Camera Comments About January 6 Committee Subpoena; Congress Holds First Public Hearing On UFOs Since The '60s; Musk: Twitter Deal Can't Happen Until Bot Account Dispute Resolved. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• Ten Killed In Racially Motivated Mass Shooting Buffalo; Calls For Social Media Accountability After Buffalo Shooting; More Than 260 People Evacuated From Mariupol Steel Plant; Security Guard Hailed As A Hero After Buffalo Mass Shooting; Man Buried Alive By Russian Soldiers Recounts Harrowing Tale; China's COVID Lockdowns Choke Global Supply Chains; Pennsylvania Republican Senate Race Goes Down To The Wire. Aired 12-1a ET
• 10 Killed In Racially Motivated Mass Shooting In Buffalo; Sweden Announces NATO Bid, Ending Its Historic Neutrality; Hundreds Of Ukrainian Soldiers Evacuated From Steel Plant To Russian-Held Territory; FDA And Abbott Reach Deal To Reopen Shuttered Infant Formula Plant; North Korea COVID Admission Reveals Serious Health Situation; Karine Jean-Pierre Holds First Briefing as WH Press Secretary. Aired 1-2a ET
• Heroic Fight For Mariupol Appears To Be Over; Police: Buffalo Shooting Suspect Visited Area In March; Sweden And Finland Launch Bids To Join NATO; Western Brands Abandon Russia; Renault and McDonald's Exits Russia; Amanpour Speaks with Taliban Deputy Leader; Community Spread of COVID Eliminated in Shanghai; COVID Cases in U.S. Spikes; Interview with Internal Medicine Specialist and Viral Research Dr. Jorge Rodriguez; Abbott's Deal with FDA; U.S. Troops to be Deployed to Somalia. Aired 2-3a ET
• Buffalo Shooter Radicalized Via Social Media; Turkey Not Sure to Accept Finland and Sweden Inside NATO; More than 260 People Rescued from Azovstal; Russian Troops Target Military Base Near Poland; Controversies Could Jeopardize a Candidate's Bid; McDonald's Leaving Russia; Afghan Leader Shows His Face on Camera; A Hero Killed in Buffalo Shooting; Pfizer Booster for Kids is On the Way; Baby Formula Shortage Making It Hard to Find for Americans. Aired 3-4a ET
• 10 Killed in Racially Motivated Mass Shooting in Buffalo; Pennsylvania Republican Senate Race Goes Dow to the Wire; More Than 260 People Evacuated from Mariupol Steel Plant; Sweden and Finland Launch Bids to Join NATO; Russian Missile Target Base Near Lviv; U.S. Troops Deploying to Somalia to Counter Al-Shabaab. Aired 4-4:30a ET
• Standoff Of The Azovstal Plant In Ukraine May Be Coming To An End; Severe Weather Reported In Past 24 Hours Across Northeast U.S.; FDA Expected To Authorize Pfizer COVID Booster For Kids Age 5 to 11 As Early As Tuesday; First Congressional UFO Hearing In Five Decades Scheduled For Tuesday. Aired 4:30-5a ET
• Ukraine Ends Defense Of Besieged Mariupol Plant; Sweden And Finland Launch Bids To Join NATO; Palestinian Mourners And Israeli Police Clash Around Funeral; Odessa Resists Russia As It Struggles With Its Past; Nearly 9 Million Afghans At Risk Of Famine Conditions; Shanghai Says Community Spread Of COVID-19 Eliminated; UFOs A "Potential National Security Threat." Aired 2-3p ET

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