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CNN Newsroom
• UAW Resumes Negations With Automakers; Los Angeles Sheriff's Deputy Fatally Shot Inside His Patrol Car; Death Toll In Libya Expected To Go Higher; Rescue Operations Continue In Libya; Sizable Discrepancy Over The Death Toll In Libya; NATO Chief: Must Prepare For A Long War In Ukraine; Zelenskyy Expected To Meet With U.S. Senators On Capitol Hill; Biden Expected To Meet With Netanyahu And Zelenskyy; Interview With Former Deputy Assistant Secretary Of State And Congressional Candidate For Maryland Joel Rubin (D); Trump Says He's Not Worried About Going To Jail; Sudden Storm Tramps Dozens Of Drivers On Flooded Atlanta Streets. Aired 2-3p ET
• UAW Resumes Negotiations with Two of Big Three Automakers; Report: Border Patrol Separated Some Children from Parents; Hunter Biden Indicted on Three Gun Charges. Aired 3-4p ET
• UAW Resumes Negotiations With Two Of The Big Three Automakers; Biden, Netanyahu To Meet On The Sidelines Of The U.N. General Assembly; Volodymyr Zelenskyy To Meet Senators On Capitol Hill Thursday; Los Angeles Sheriff's Deputy Fatally Shot Inside His Patrol Car; Drew Barrymore, "The Talk" Pause Show Returns After Backlash; Lionel Messi's MLS Fans Spurned As Star Sits Out; Mitt Romney Unloads On Republicans, Including Mike Pence; At Least 35 Women Abused By U.N. Staff Claim Lack Of Support. Aired 4-5p ET
• President Joe Biden To Address United Nations Assembly In New York; Prepare For A Long War Says NATO Chief; Donald Trump Does Not Consider U.S. Have Much Democracy Right Now; Biden And Trump Dead Heat At The Polls. Aired 5-6p ET
• Interview With Representative Tim Burchett (R-TN) About Impeachment Inquiry On Biden And Trump's Latest TV Interview; Fact- Checking Trump's "Meet The Press" Interview; DACA Suffers Another Legal Setback; Former Obama Aide Outlines Her Path In New Book; FDA, CDC Approve Updated Vaccine For Anyone 6 Months And Up. Aired 6-7p ET
• Biden Arrives In New York Ahead Of U.N. General Assembly Speech; Interview With Representative Joaquin Castro (D-TX) About Spending Bill And Immigration Issues; Trump Insists It's His Decision To Try To Overturn 2020 Election; Manhunt Underway After Fatal Shooting Of Deputy In Los Angeles; Negotiations Resume With Ford, GM Automakers; Libya Flooding Death Toll Revised Downward To Under 4,000; Ukraine: Dancing In Defiance; Iran Protests. Aired 7-8p ET
• Out on Strike; Libya Death Toll Could Rise; Iran Protests Mark Death of Mahsa Amini. Aired 3-4a ET
• 2024 U.S. Presidential Race; Evangelical Conference in Iowa Draws Swarm of GOP Presidential Hopefuls; Republican Aspirants Hoping to Achieve Momentum in Iowa; Interview with The Gazette Des Moines Bureau Chief Erin Murphy; California Accuses Major Oil Companies of Lying and Sues Them; Front Line Video of Fighting in Andriivka; Protests in Iran honor Mahsa Amini;; Officials Investigate Gruesome Death in GeorgiaEnd of Spanish Women's Soccer Walkout Over Minimum Wage. Aired 4-5a ET
• UAW Strike Putting Biden In Tough Position; Republican Candidates Flock To Iowa Evangelical Conference; Search Teams In Flood-Ravaged Libya Face Challenges; Ukrainian Official Criticizes Slow Pace Military Aid; Ukrainians Feel The Loss Of War At The Graveside; Texas Attorney General Acquitted In State Senate Trial; Panama Canal Drought Causing Supply-Chain Disruption. Aired 5-6 am ET

CNN This Morning
• Los Angeles Sheriff's Deputy Shot, Killed Inside Patrol Car; Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton: The Truth Prevailed; Court Filings Details Separations At U.S.-Mexico Border; OSHA: More Airport Workers Suffering Injuries On Tarmac; Coach Primes Colorado Stays Perfect In Late-Night Clash. Aired 6-7a ET
• UAW: :"Reasonably Productive" Talks On Strike Day Two; Obama: "It's Time To Do Right" By The Automakers; UAW Targets Crucial Plants In Strike Against Automakers; GOP Presidential Hopefuls Court Conservatives At Iowa Event; Texas Attorney General Acquitted In State General Trial; Biden, Netanyahu To Meet At U.N. General Assembly; Lawmakers Face Deadline To Avoid Possible Shutdown; Speaker Kevin McCarthy Stares Down Another Right Wings Revolt As He Tries To Avert A Government Shutdown; Sarah McBride Makes Bid To Become First Transgender Member Of Congress; Judge Rules DACA Is Illegal, Giving It Another Legal Setback; Although DACA Program Is Still Active, New Applicants Are No Longer Accepted; After An Extended Visit, Kim Jong Un Departs From Russia; Apparently, China has Stopped Its Spy Balloon Program, According To Sources; U.N. Reports 11,300 Flood Deaths In Derna, Libya. Aired 7-8a ET
• Russell Brand Denies Allegations of Sexual Assault; Movie Studios and the Writers Guild of America Resuming Talks This Week; Interview with NPR TV Critic Eric Deggans; Jann Wenner Removed from Rock Hall of Fame Board; Rolling Stone Co-Founder Faces Backlash Over New Book; Red Cross Declares National Blood Shortage; CNN Spotlights Champions for Change; Colorado Buffaloes Against Colorado State Rams. Aired 8-9a ET

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