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Anderson Cooper 360 Degrees


At This Hour

The Lead with Jake Tapper

CNN Newsroom
• Trump Invited to Appear Before Grand Jury; Economy Added 311,000 Jobs in February; Kyiv Holds Memorial for Ukrainian Commander; Ukraine Regroups after Deadly Wave of Attacks. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• California Braces For Flooding; Ex-Trump Official Launches Super PAC; Cartel Apologizes For Kidnapping; Starbucks Workers Speak About Union Fight. Aired 9:30-10a ET
• Manhattan Prosecutors Invite Trump To Appear Before Grand Jury; GA Legislature Considers Bills To Remove Prosecutors Amid Trump Election Probe; DeSantis Visits Iowa For First Time As He Weighs White House Run; CA Residents Brace For Flooding After Excessive Snow & Rain; Economy Added 311,000 Jobs In February, Outpacing Expectations; Powell Warns Interest Rates Will Rise More Than Anticipated; Another Norfolk Southern Train Derails, This Time In Alabama. Aired 10-10:30a ET
• New Norfolk Southern train derailment in Alabama; Russia Seizing U.S. and NATO Provided Weapons on the Battlefield in Ukraine to Iran to be Reverse Engineered; A Cry for Help from an American Detained in Iran; FDA Issues New Requirements for Mammograms; New York Major Pharmacies Chains to Commit to Dispensing Abortion Medication; Visa and Mastercard Decided to Postpone Gun Tracking Purchases After Political Pressure from Republicans; Oscars: Hollywood's Biggest Night; Oscars Return One Year After Infamous Slap; Canadian Siblings Set the Record for Most Premature Twins. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• Chinese President Xi Jinping Secures Third Term; Republican Presidential Race; Will Donald Trump Face Criminal Charges?. Aired 1- 1:30p ET
• Mexican Cartel Apologized For Kidnapping, Killing Americans; Cartel Apology Is Cold Comfort To Families Of Slain Americans; Economy Added 311,000 Jobs In February, Crushing Expectations, Fueling Fears Of More Aggressive Rate Hikes; Yellen Warns of "Catastrophe" If Debt Ceiling Isn't Raised; World's First 3-D Printed Rocket Set To Launch Tomorrow. Aired 1:30-2p ET
• California Faces Flood Risk As Storm Brings Heavy Rain, Snow; DeSantis Visits Iowa As He Weighs White House Run; Adviser: Sen. McConnell Eager To Be Released From Hospital. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• Biden: Jobs Report Means Economy Moving In Right Direction; Silicon Valley Bank Failure Rattles U.S. Markets; FDA: Mammogram Centers Should Tell Women If They Have Dense Breasts. Aired 2:30-3p ET
• California Faces Flood Risk As Storm Brings Heavy Rain, Snow; Trump Invited To Testify In NY Hush Money Investigation; Kyiv Holds Memorial For Ukrainian Commander Killed In Bakhmut. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• Economy Beats Expectations With 311,000 Jobs Added Last Month; Mexican Authorities Arrest Five More People Linked To Kidnapping, Killing Of Americans; Who's Taking The Oscar Gold Home. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• CNN International: Seven People and Gunman Dead at Jehovah's Witnesses Center; Memorial in Kyiv for Commander who Died in Bakhmut; Xi Jinping Secures Unprecedented Third Term as President; Saudi Arabia and Iran Agree to Resume Diplomatic Relations; Battle Against HIV at a Crossroads. Aired 8-8:30a ET
• Ukraine Reels from Massive Russian Missile Strikes; Israeli Demonstrators Snarl Traffic in Ongoing Protests; CNN Speaks with Siamak Namazi, Detained 7 Years in Iran; South Korea's President to Visit Japan Next Week; Inside the Secret Talks that Ended Siege of Mariupol; Decades into Fight, Progress but Concerns about AIDS Remain. Aired 12-12:45a ET
• Multiple Dead In Shooting At A Jehovah's Witness Center In Germany; Russia Shifts Tactics With Deadly Missile Strikes on Ukraine; 3 Wounded In Shooting Attack In Israel's Tel Aviv, Palestinian Gunman Killed; Xi Awarded 3rd Term As China's President, Extending Rule; Interview with Siamak Namazi, American Detained in Iran's Evin Prison; Harry and Meghan's Children Listed as Prince and Princess. Aired 1-2a ET
• Russia Employs New Tactic in Missile Strikes; Cartel Behind American Kidnapping Apologizes; California Faces Extreme Weather; Proposal Lays Groundwork for Battle with Republicans; President Xi Jinping Gets Another Term; Secret Talks Ended Siege in Mariupol; Demonstrators Demand Early Elections, Govt. Reforms; Harry & Megan's Children Listed As Prince And Princess; Decades Into Fight, Progress But Concerns About Aids Remain. Aired 2-3a ET
• Donald Trump Invited to Appear Before New York Grand Jury; Seven Dead in Shooting at a Jehovah's Witness Hall in Hamburg. Gulf Cartel Apologizes after Americans are Kidnapped and killed in Mexico. Severe weather expected in California. Russia's missile strike in Ukraine; Seven People Confirmed Dead at a Jehovah's Witnesses Center in Germany; Longest Detained American Prisoner Seeks President Biden's Help; Gunman Killed in Tel Aviv Before Wounding Three People; Foreign Agent Law in Georgia Dropped; Xi Jinping Gets Third Term as China's President; Hollywood Actor Robert Blake Dies at the Age of 89. Aired 3-4a ET
• CNN International: Trump Hush Money Probe Near End; California Faces Flood Risk After Back-to-Back Snowstorms; Bodies of Two Americans Killed in Mexico Returned to U.S.; Seven People Killed at Jehovah's Witness Center in Hamburg, Germany; Ukraine Russia Employs New Tactic in Missile Strikes; Inside the Secret Talks That Ended Siege of Mariupol. Aired 4-4:30a ET
• CNN International: Trump Looms Large Over Republican Politics in Iowa; U.S. Lawmakers Demand Answers on Recent Derailments; Amanpour Speaks to Siamak Namazi, Iran's Longest-Held American Prisoner; Xi Jinping Receives Unprecedented Third Presidential Term. Aired 4:30-5a ET

CNN This Morning
• Manhattan Prosecutors Signal Trump Criminal Charges Likely; Xi Jinping Secures Unprecedented Third Term as China's President; Russia Sending U.S. Weapons Captured in Ukraine to Iran. Aired 6-6:30a ET
• Walgreens Won't Distribute Abortion Pill; DeSantis Pushes for Djokovic to Play in Miami; TikTok CEO Meets with Lawmakers; Starbucks Workers on Union Fight. Aired 6:30-7a ET
• NYT: Prosecutors Indicate Possible Trump Indictment Coming Soon; Another Norfolk Southern Train Derails In Alabama; Russia Launched 95 Missiles Over Last 24 Hours. Aired 7-7:30a ET
• Tiger Woods' Ex-Girlfriend Files Lawsuits Against Golfer And His Trust; FDA To Require Mammogram Reports Include Breast Density Information; Two Minneapolis Officers Rescue Elderly Couple From Burning Home. Aired 7:30-8a ET
• Former President Trump May Face Criminal Charges in Case Involving Hush Money Payment to Adult Actress Stormy Daniels; New York Governor Kathy Hochul Interviewed on Letter Sent to Pharmacies regarding Dispensing Prescriptions for Abortion Drug; California Braces for More Severe Storms; Mexican Drug Cartel Apologies for Killing of Two Americans; Cartel Issues Alleged Apology Letter In Kidnapping, Deaths Of Americans; Potential Field For GOP Presidential Nomination Begins Taking Shape; NYT: Manhattan Prosecutors Signal Trump Criminal Charges Likely. Aired 8-8:30a ET
• February Jobs Numbers; Hollywood's Biggest Night This Weekend; Daylight Saving Time Change This Weekend. Aired 8:30-9a ET

CNN Tonight

Connect the World

Erin Burnett Outfront

Early Start with John Berman and Zoraida Sambolin

First Move with Julia Chatterley

Inside Politics

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