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• Oath Keepers Founder Found Guilty; Congress to Act on Rail Strike; Heidi Przybyla is Interviewed about Congress' Deadline; Extreme Storms in the South; U.S. Economy's Growth Stronger than Expected. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• U.S. Beats Iran to Advance; Prince and Princess of Wales Arrive in Boston; Sally Krutzig is Interviewed about the Idaho Murders; Artificial Intel May Predict Heart Attack. Aired 9:30-10a ET
• Today, Congress to Act in Preventing Crippling Rail Strike; More Than 25 Tornadoes Hit Southern States Overnight, Killing Two; Oath Keepers Founder Guilty of Sedition in January 6 Attack. Aired 10- 10:30a ET
• Investors Looking to Fed Chair's Speech for Clues About Rate Hikes; Alzheimer's Association Applauds Lecanemab, Urges FDA Approval; Russian Lawmakers Pass Strict Anti-LGBTQ Law, Putin to Sign Soon. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• U.S. Team Advances in World Cup; Oath Keepers Found Guilty of Sedition; Deadly Storms Hit Southeast; House Passes Bill to Avert Rail Strike; House Democrats Introduce New Leaders. Aired 1-1:30p ET
• Severe Storms for U.S. Southeast; Hawaii's Mauna Loa Erupts; Will Smith on Oscars Slap; China Announces Changes after Nationwide Zero COVID Protests; DNA Reunites Daughter with Family after 51 Years. Aired 1:30-2p ET
• Police: Suspect Posed As 17-Year-Old Before Killing Teen's Family; 1/6 Committee To Discuss Potential Criminal Referrals Friday; Blinken Condemns Russian Attack On Energy Infrastructure. Aired 2- 2:30p ET
• China Begins Easing COVID Restrictions Amid Nationwide Protests; Pulisic's Heroic Goal Catapults U.S. Into Knockout Phase; U.S. Women's Team Will Earn More From Men's Team This Year Than When They Won The World Cup Themselves; SD Governor Bans State Employees From Using TikTok On Government Devices; Oath Keepers Found Guilty Of Sedition In January 6 Attack; San Francisco Officials Vote To Allow Police To Use Robots Deploying Lethal Force; William And Catherine Make 1st U.S. Visit As Prince And Princess Of Wales; Buckingham Palace Adviser Resigns Over Comments To Black Woman Guest. Aired 2:30-3p ET
• Biden: Soon: Garland To Give Remarks On Jackson, MS Water Crisis; Police: Suspect Posed As 17-Year-Old Before Killing Teen's Family; Israel's Netanyahu: Trump Dinner With Holocaust Denier Was "Mistake". Aired 3-3:30p ET
• Christine McVie Of Fleetwood Mac Dies At 79; Use Of Artificial Intelligence May Predict Heart Attack, Stroke Risk; Secret Service Rental Cars Destroyed In Fire At Nantucket Airport; Attorney General Merrick Garland Addresses Oath Keepers Convictions And Jackson, Mississippi Water System. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• CNN International: China Tightens Security Amid Widespread Protests; Officials Lift COVID Lockdown In China's "iPhone City"; U.S. Defeat Iran 1-0, Advance To Round of 16; NATO Ministers Meet Today To Discuss Support For Ukraine; Buckingham Palace Aide Resigns Over "Unacceptable Comments"; Experimental Drug Shows "Potential" As Alzheimer's Treatment; Inside The Battle For Bakhmut In Eastern Ukraine. Aired 8-8:30a ET
• In China, New Protests Flare Despite Pledge To Ease Restrictions; U.S. Defeat Iran 1-0 And Advances To Round Of 16; Some Iranians Celebrate U.S. Win In World Cup; Inside The Battle For Bakhmut In Eastern Ukraine. Aired 12-1a ET
• New Protests Flare Despite Pledge To Ease Restrictions; NATO Pledges More Weapons And Aid To Fix Ukraine's Energy Grid; Videos Show Iranians Celebrating U.S. Win in World Cup; Twitter Rolls Back COVID Misinformation Policy; Kim Kardashian and Ye Finalize Divorce; Family Reunites with Missing Daughter after 51 years. Aired 1-2a ET
• U.S. Advances Knockout Round; New Protests Flare Despite Pledge To Ease Restrictions; NATO Pledges Energy Infrastructure Aid To Ukraine; Biden Warns Inflation Takes Time to Return to Normal Levels; Musk Tweets iPhone Threatens to Withhold Twitter from App; Twitter Scraps COVID Misinformation Policy; Hawaii's Governor Signs Emergency Proclamation; Flooding in Parts of Lebanon; Will Smith Opens Up About Oscars Slap. Aired 2-3a ET
• Protests Grow Bigger and Louder in China; Iranians Cheer with U.S.'s Victory; Suicide Bomb Killed Three in Pakistan; Ukraine Wants Faster Action Than Words; NATO Sending More Aid to Ukraine. Aired 3-4a ET
• Two Oath Keepers Convicted of Seditious Conspiracy; Four Rail Unions Reject Agreement, Seek Paid Sick Time; U.S. Severe Weather Threats; U.S. Advances to World Cup Knockout Round. Aired 4:00-4:30a ET
• Former Chinese President Jiang Zemin Died at 96; Mauna Loa Lava Flowing with Miles of Major Hawaiian Roadway; Herschel Walker Can't Shake Residency Questions; Macron in U.S. for First State Visit of Biden Administration; Inside the Battle for Bakhmut in Eastern Ukraine. Aired 4:30-5a ET

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