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• Police Ramp Up Security Ahead of Possible Trump Arrest; Trump's Lawyers Seek to Toss Out Georgia Grand Jury Report; Caroline Polisi is Interviewed about Cases Against Trump; Rep. Mike Quigley (D-IL) is Interviewed about Russia and China. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• Fed to Make Interest Rate Decision; Fox Producer Gave False Testimony; New Video of Virginia Death in Police Custody; U.S. Man Linked to Gun in Mexican Kidnapping; Strike Shuts Down Los Angeles Schools. Aired 9:30-10a ET
• NYPD and Capitol Police Ramp Up Security Ahead of Possible Trump Arrest; House GOP Seeks Testimony from Manhattan D.A. Probing Trump; Russia's Putin, China's Xi Hold Second Day of Talks in Moscow; . Aired 10-10:30a ET
• In Light Of Banking Concerns, Fed Will Decide On Interest Rates; Biden To Designate Area Sacred To Tribes As National Monument; Interview With Fort Mojave Indian Tribe Chairman Timothy Williams; Interview With Rep. Susie Lee (D-NV); New Warning About Widespread Threat Of Xylazine; Declassifying Information About COVID-19 Signed by President Biden; U.S. And Japan Will Face Off At World Baseball Classic Championship. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• U.S. Government Looks to Calm Banking Fears; Interview With Former U.S. Ambassador to China Gary Locke; Russia and China Pledge Deeper Ties; New York City Prepares For Potential Trump Indictment. Aired 1-1:30p ET
• Regional Bank Stocks Rebound Again On Yellen, Chase News; Home Prices Fell In February; Colorado Dentist Arrested For Allegedly Poisoning His Wife; No Class For Over 500K Students As L.A. School Workers Strike; Japan Wins Baseball World Classic, Cuban Player Defects. Aired 1:30-2p ET
• Putin And Xi Sign Agreement At Moscow Summit, Deepening Relationship; U.S. To Speed Up Delivery Of Tanks, Patriot Missile System To Ukraine; Trump Expects His Arrest Today As NY DA Probes Hush-Money Scheme. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• FOX News Producer Alleges Attorneys Coerced Her Into Providing Misleading Testimony; Grand Jury Indicts Sheriff's Deputies & Hospital Staffers Charged With Second-Degree Murder Of VA Black Man; Fed Faces New Interest Rate Dilemma After Bank Failures; New Research: Online Shoppers Seeking Cheaper Goods; Novak Djokovic: "No Regrets" On Missing Tournaments Over Vaccination Status. Aired 2:30-3p ET
• Trump Potential Arrest Fuels Sporadic Online Calls For Violence; NATO Chief: "Signs" Russia Request Lethal Aid From China; Ukrainian Official: Talks Underway For Possible Zelenskyy-Xi Call. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• L.A. Workers Strike Shuts Down Second-Largest U.S. School District; Report: London's Metro Police Lets Internal Predators Flourish; Southern California Braces For Yet Another Atmospheric River Storm; Cuban Catcher Defects After World Baseball Classic. Aired 3:30- 4p ET
• CNN International: Chinese Leader In Moscow For Talks With Russian President; Chinese And Russian Leaders Hold Second Day Of Talks; Sources: Indictment Possible As Soon As This Week; First Republic Shares Tumble To A New Low Monday; Should The Met Police Be Broken Up? Aired 8-8:30a ET
• China's Xi Jinping Makes First Visit To Russia Since Ukraine Invasion; Emmanuel Macron Government Survives No-Confidence Votes In Parliament; Benjamin Netanyahu Walks Back Part Of Judicial Reform Plan; New U.N. Report Warns Of Unavoidable Climate Change Problems; How U.K. Police Failed to Stop a Serial Rapist Within Force; Attorney: Cohen Paid Stormy Daniels 'On His Own'. Aired 12-12:45a ET
• Putin Flaunts Alliance With Xi As Dear Friends Meet In Kremlin; French Government Survives No-Confidence Votes Over Pensions; New UN Report Warns Of Unavoidable Climate Change; 40 Plus Counties Pledge Financial And Technical Support For International Criminal Court To Probe War Crimes In Ukraine; Ukraine: Russian Attack On Motorists Is A War Crime; New York Steps Up Security Ahead Of Possible Indictment; Kenyan Protesters Denounce Government, Cost Of Living; U.N. Expert: Possible Crimes Against Humanity In Iran; Ukrainian Singers Perform At London's Royal Opera House; W. H. Hosts Cast Of "Ted Lasso" For Mental Health Discussion; Finland Again Ranked As World's Happiest Country. Aired 1-2a ET
• New York Steps Up Security Ahead Of Possible Indictment; New York Steps Up Security Ahead Of Possible Indictment; Attorney: Cohen Paid Stormy Daniels On His Own; First Republic Shares Tumble To A New Low; 15M+ People Under Increased Flood Threat In California; Atmospheric River To Dump Rain, Snow On Western U.S. Aired 2-2:45a ET
• Security Tightens in New York and Washington ahead of Former President Trump's Possible Indictment; Republican Congressmen to Probe on Manhattan Prosecutor; China's Xi calls Russia's Putin a Dear Friend, Talks Between Two Leaders now on its Second Day; Taiwanese President to visit U.S., two Other Countries in her Overseas Trip; First Republic Bank Fighting to Survive; Body of a Teenager to be Exhumed for Autopsy; War Crime for Russian Soldier Who Attacked Ukrainian Civilians; L.A. School District to Push Through With the Strike; New Report from United Nations Regarding Climate Change. Aired 3-4a ET
• CNN International: Bracing for Possible Indictment Against Donald Trump as Soon as This Week; L.A. School District Cancels School Ahead of Strike; Xi and Putin to Hold Second Day of Talks in Hours Ahead; First Republic Shares Tumble to a New Low; Atmospheric River to Dump Rain, Snow on Western U.S. Aired 4-4:30a ET
• CNN International: Stephen Smith's Family Wants Body Exhumed for Autopsy; Damning Report on London's Met Police; Flight Attendants Want to Ban "Lap-Babies on Planes. Aired 4:30-5a ET

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