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CNN Newsroom
• Hollywood Writers And Studios Could Reach Deal Today; No Deal In Sight With Less Than A Week To Avert Government Shutdown; Defense Secretary Austin Arrives In Djibouti; Asteroid Sample Lands In U.S. After 7-Year Trip; Top New Jersey Democrats Call On Menendez To Resign; Texas Officials Reaching "Breaking Point" Over Migrant Surge. Aired 2-3p ET
• Tensions Spike Between House GOP As Shutdown Deadline Nears; Hollywood Writers And Studios Could Reach Deal Today; Cassidy Hutchinson Defends Herself In TV Interview. Aired 3-4p ET
• Government Shutdown Grows More Likely Amid House GOP Chaos; Hollywood Writers And Studios Could Reach Deal Today; NASA Returns Asteroid Sample From Space; Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin Arrives In Djibouti; France To End Military Presence In Niger By End Of 2023; Former President Jimmy Carter And His Wife, Rosalynn, Visit Georgia Peanut Festival; Democratic Lawmakers Divided On Calls For Menendez To Resign; El Paso Opens New Shelter Amid Migrant Surge At Border; Mayor Of El Paso, Texas Says The City Is At A Breaking Point; Mexico President Requests Meeting With Biden; Making Dreams Come True For Young Adults Battling Cancer; Powerball Jackpot Grows To $785 Million. Aired 4-5p ET
• President Joe Biden Dealing With Policy And Political Problems; Rep. Debbie Dingell (D-MI) Is Interviewed About The Latest Polls Between Biden And Trump; Former Trump National Security John Bolton Weighs In On The Latest Polls Between Biden And Trump; Hollywood Writers And Studios Near A Deal; Asteroid Sample Lands In Utah Desert After Seven-Year Trip; CNN: State Of 2024 Presidential Race; Taylor Swift Spotted At Kansas City Chiefs Game; Russia's War In Ukraine Continues. Aired 5-6p ET
• Interview With Representative Marc Molinaro (R-NY) About Possible Government Shutdown; Cassidy Hutchinson Defends Her January 6th Testimony; Asteroid Sample Lands In Utah Desert After 7-Year Trip; COVID Hospitalizations Rising Faster Among Children; "Jose Andres And Family In Spain" Premieres Tonight. Aired 6-7p ET
• Interview With Representative Ralph Norman (R-SC) About Possible Government Shutdown; Interview With Representative Brendan Boyle (D-PA) About Deadline To Fund The Government; No Deal In Sight To Avert Government Shutdown; Rep. Gosar Calls For America's Top General To Be Hanged; Hollywood Writers Could Reach A Deal Shortly. Aired 7-8p ET
• U.S. Government Shutdown Looms; Lavrov Attacks West in Fiery Speech; U.S Grapples With Surge at Southern Border. Aired 3-4a ET
• Thousands of U.S. Workers Affected by Two Significant Strikes; Writers Strikes Negotiations Move Into "Final Phase"; Glimmer of Hope Despite Growing Autoworkers' Strike; Deadline for Government Funding Approaches Amidst House Republican Chaos; During the CBC Awards Dinner, Biden Criticizes House Republicans; Federal Government Preparing for a Shutdown; Senator Menendez Urged to Resign by Fellow Democrat; As it Moves Up the Mid-Atlantic Coast, Ophelia Causes Flooding; Lavrov's U.N. Speech; Asteroid Samples Coming to Earth; Russia's War on Ukraine; Strike in Crimea Left Senior Russian Naval Officers Dead, According to Kyiv; Russia Reports Ukrainian Drone Strike in Kursk; Slowing Down Migrant Surge at U.S. Southern Border; Government of Venezuelans Regained Control of One of the Largest Prisons; Hangzhou, China Hosts Asian Games; Unaccounted Disappearance of Two Senior Chinese Officials; White House's New Climate Corps; Interview with Sunrise Movement Executive Director Aru Shiney-Ajay. Aired 4-5a ET
• Hollywood Studios Send Writers "Best And Final" Offer; UAW Strikers Feeling Economic Pinch; Government Funding Deadline Looms Amid House Republican Chaos; Fellow Democratic Senator Calls On Menendez To Resign; Lavrov Dismisses Zelenskyy's Peace Plan In U.N. Speech; Texas Communities Struggle With Migrants Influx; OSIRIS-REx Capsule Bringing Asteroid Sample to Earth. Aired 5-6 am ET

CNN This Morning
• Less Than A Week Until Government Funding Deadline; GOP Lawmakers Held A Call Saturday To Avert Government Shutdown; Critics Threaten to Push Vote to Oust Speaker; McCarthy Admits He Lacks Support From GOP Hard-Liners; Shutdown Could Affect Food Quality, Air Travel, Day Care; Ophelia Brings Heavy Rain, Flooding To East Coast; Senator Bob Menendez Faces Down Calls For Him To Step Down; One Dead in Russian Attack in Zaporizhzhia Region; Russian Foreign Minister Blasts West, NATO in UNGA Speech; Lavrov Accuses U.S. of Bullying Other Countries; Lavrov Skips U.N. Security Council Meeting; Ukraine Intercepts 14 of 15 Russian Attack Drones; Ukraine Says It's Holding Ground in Key Frontline Areas. Aired 6-7a ET
• Biden To Republicans As Shutdown Looms: "Do Your Job"; Corporate America To DC: Don't Shutdown; Studios, Writers In "Final Phase" To End Strike; Sen. Bob Menendez Vows To Fight Charges Against Him, His Wife; Rep. Andy Kim Announces Plan To Challenge Menendez For Senate; Culinary Workers to Hold Strike Vote: Second Republican Presidential Debate Tuesday; New Jersey Senator Bob Menendez Scheduled To Appear In Court On Wednesday; Storm Ophelia Winding Down; Biden Administration Announces Relief For Venezuelans In The U.S.; Megan Rapinoe's Legacy. Aired 7-8a ET
• Ophelia Winds Down, Leaving Damage Behind on East Coast; El Paso Opens New Shelter Amid Migrant Surge at Border; Venezuelan Government Retakes Prison from Gang; Astronaut Breaks Record Set for 371 Days in Space; Creating Robotic Medical First Responders. Aired 8- 9a ET

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