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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
• Florida Governor Claims He Flew Dozens of Migrants to Martha's Vineyard; Interview with Representative Bill Keating (D-MA) about Florida Governor Flying Dozens of Undocumented Migrants to Martha's Vineyard; Agreement Reached to Avert Economically Disastrous Rail Strike; Former White House Chief of Staff Mark Meadows Complies with DOJ Subpoena in Jan. 7 probe; DOJ Wants Special Master to Complete Review by October 17. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• U.S. Rebuffs Ukraine's Requests for Longer Range Weapons Right Now; Queen's Funeral to be One of Century's Largest Diplomatic Events; Brett Favre's Texts Included in Lawsuit Over Misspent Welfare Funds. Aired 9:30-10a ET
• Buses of Migrants Dropped Off Near Vice President Harris' Residence in DC; Ex-Chief of Staff Meadows Complies With DOJ Subpoena in Jan. 6 Probe; Agreement Reached to Avert Economically Disastrous Rail Strike. Aired 10-10:30a ET
• Defense Rests Unexpectedly in Nikolas Cruz Penalty Trial; Patagonia Founder Transfers Ownership to Help Fight Climate Crisis; Roger Federer Says He Will Retire From ATP Tour and Grand Slams. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• Mark Meadows Complies With DOJ Subpoena in January 6 Probe; Biden Administration Successfully Averts Rail Strike; Republican Governors Shipping Migrants Across Country. Aired 1-1:30p ET
• Mark Meadows Complies with DOJ Subpoena in 1/6 Probe; DOJ Wants Special Master to Complete Review by 10/17; Line of Mourners Now Stretches 4+ Miles to See Queen's Coffin; Mortgage Rates Top 6 percent for 1st Time Since 2008; Jobless Claims at New Low of 213,000, Lover Than Expected; Patagonia Founder Gives Away Company to Fight Climate Change; NASA's Perseverance Rover Collecting Rocks, Exploring Terrain. Aired 1:30-2p ET
• Florida Gov. Sends Two Planes Of Migrants To Martha's Vineyard; CNN: U.S. Rebuffs Ukraine Requests For Longer-Range Weapons For Now; Deadline Today For Judge To Respond To Justice Department Request; Meadows Complies With DOJ Subpoena In January 6 Probe; Trump Claims He Declassified Mar-a-Lago Documents, Even As His Lawyers Avoid Making That Assertion. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• Unions, Rail Companies Avert Strike After 20 Hours Of Talks; Same-Sex Marriage Vote Likely Delayed Until After Midterms; Iowa Teen Who Killed Alleged Rapist Order To Pay Family $150,000: Opera Singer Katherine Jenkins Records 1st Version Of "God Save The King" For BBC. Aired 2:30-3p ET
• GOP Governors Send Migrants To "Santuary States" Without Warning; Soon: Biden Speaks At Summit To Prevent Hate-Fueled Violence; Ukrainian Soldier's Tearful Reunion With Mother After Russians Flee. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• Jackson Boil Water Advisory Lifted After Nearly 7 Weeks; Another Jury Deciding How Much Alex Jones to Pay for Newtown Lies; Biden Addresses Impact of Hate-Fueled Violence on Democracy. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• Queen Elizabeth II Departs Buckingham Palace For The Final Time; Mourners Stand In Line For Miles To Pay Respects To Queen Elizabeth; Volodymyr Zelenskyy Visits Liberated City Of Izium In Kharkiv Region; Ursula von der Leyen Calls For Overhaul Of Energy Markets; Muifa Weakens To Tropical Storm, Moving Across China; China's Xi Jinping In Uzbekistan For Regional Summit. Aired 12-1a ET
• Remembering The Queen; Russia's War On Ukraine; Armenia- Azerbaijan Conflict; Looming US Rail Strike; Inside William's and Harry's Complicated Relationship; King Charles III's Image to Appear on British Stamps; WHO: The End of the Pandemic is in Sight; China's Xi in Uzbekistan for Regional Summit; Singer Convicted of Multiple Child Pornography Charges. Aired 1-2a ET
• Zelenskyy Strikes Resilient Tone In Izium; Queen Elizabeth Now Lying In State At Westminster Hall; Australian Republicans Call For Debate To End Monarchy Ties; Long Lines of Mourners Form to Pay Their Respects to Queen; Negotiations In-Progress to Prevent a Possibly Devastating Strike; Massachusetts Receives Migrants from Florida Under Governor DeSantis; Muifa Weakens to Tropical Storm; Nan Madol Anticipated to Intensify Into a Typhoon; 20% of Northern California Mosquito Fire Contained; WHO: Pandemic About to End; Multiple Child Pornography Allegations Against Singer; Mountain Glacier Calving in Chile Captured on Video; To Combat Climate Change, Patagonia's Founder Shuts Its Business. Aired 2-3a ET
• Metropolitan Police Doing Their Historic Duty; President Zelenskyy Visited Liberated Cities; Russian Dissidents Calling for Vladimir Putin to Resign; Rail Workers to Strike on Friday; Martha's Vineyard Welcomed Immigrants. Aired 3-4a ET
• Talks Underway to Avert Potentially Crippling Strike; Queen Elizabeth Now Lying in State at Westminster Hall; Mourners Stand In Line for Miles to Pay Respects to Queen; Queen Witnessed Crumbling of British Power in Middle East; Zelenskyy Visits Liberated City of Izyum in Kharkiv Region. Aired 4-4:30a ET
• Mourners Waiting for Hours to Pay Respects to Queen; Queen's Long Patronage History with the RSPCA; Florida Governor DeSantis Sends Migrants to Massachusetts; Lawyer: Jones Knew Sandy Hook Hoax Claims Could Boost Revenue; Mosquito Fire 20 Percent Contained in Northern California. Aired 4:30-5a ET

Connect the World

Erin Burnett Outfront

Early Start with John Berman and Zoraida Sambolin

First Move with Julia Chatterley

Inside Politics

Isa Soares Tonight

New Day
• White House Says It Has Deal to Avert Crippling Rail Strike; Putin, China's Xi Meet Today as Russians on the Run in Ukraine; Meadows Complies with DOJ Subpoena in January 6th Probe; Florida Governor Sends 2 Planes of Migrants to Martha's Vineyard; Thousands Line Up to See Queen's Casket Lying in State. Aired 6-6:30a ET
• Exploding Package at University Investigated as a Hoax; Lawyer Says Alex Jones Knew Lies Would Spike Viewership; Harris Rebranding Effort; Age of Congress on the Rise; Tropical Storm Fiona Forms in the Atlantic; Backlash Over NBA's Short Suspension of Owner. Aired 6:30-7a ET
• White House Says It Has Deal to Avert Crippling Rail Strike; Florida Governor Sends Two Planes of Migrants to Martha's Vineyard; Meadows Complies With DOJ Subpoena in January 6th Probe. Aired 7-7:30a ET
• Chick-Fil-A Worker Rescues Mom & Baby During Attempted Carjacking; Damning Report: Pandemic Response Was "Massive Global Failure"; World Health Organization Chief: End Of COVID "Is In Sight"; FL Governor Send 2 Planes Of Migrants To Martha's Vineyard; New "Little Mermaid" To Be Disney's Second Black Princess. Aired 7:30-8a ET
• White House and Labor Department Oversee Negotiations Reaching Tentative Deal with Rail Worker Unions to Avert Strike; Russian President Vladimir Putin Meeting with Chinese President Xi Jinping after Russian Forces Lose Territory to Ukrainian Counteroffensive. Aired 8-8:30a ET
• Ryan Reynolds Films Colonoscopy, Docs Discover Polyp; Retail Sales Rise Slightly In August; New Documentary Explores America's Response To Holocaust. Aired 8:30-9a ET

Quest Means Business

CNN Live Event/Special

The Situation Room

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