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CNN News Central
• Biden Joins Picket Line; Total Annihilation; Funding Fight; Ditching The Debate. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• Hutchinson Reveals Details on White House; Russia Releases Video with Admiral Sokolov; Dylan Corbett is Interviewed about the Migrant Influx. Aired 9:30-10a ET
• Soon, Biden Leaves White House to Join Striking Auto Workers in Michigan; Congress Back in Session With Four Days Until Possible Shutdown; Hunter Biden Lawsuit Accuses Giuliani of Hacking into Laptop. Aired 10-10:30a ET
• Second Republican Debate Will Feature 7 Candidates; Alabama's Attempt To Avoid Establishing Second Congressional District With Black Majority Rejected By Supreme Court; Final Weeks Of Trump's Presidency Addressed By Cassidy Hutchinson; Writers In Hollywood Might Soon Start Working Again; Soon: Biden Joins Autoworkers On Picket Line. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• Senator Cory Booker Calls on Bob Menendez to Resign; Hunter Biden Sues Rudy Giuliani; Congress Marching Toward Government Shutdown?; President Biden to Join Striking Autoworkers in Michigan. Aired 11-11:30a ET
• El Paso Mayor: City At "Breaking Point" As Migrants Keep Arriving; All Charges Dropped Against Officer In Fatal Traffic Stop Shooting; Biden Heading To Michigan To Join Striking Autoworkers. Aired 11:30a-12p ET
• Charges Dismissed Against Philadelphia Police Officer; Congress Moves Closer to Government Shutdown; President Biden Joins Striking Autoworkers in Michigan. Aired 1-1:30p ET
• Charges Dropped Against Philadelphia Officer In Fatal Traffic Stop Shooting; At Least 17 Dem Senators Call For Menendez To Step Down; Hunter Biden Sues Giuliani For Violating His Privacy; Police: Armed Man Who Threatened Virgina Church Arrested. Aired 1:30-2p ET
• President Biden Joins Auto Workers' Historic Strike in Michigan; Hunter Biden Sues Rudy Giuliani, Alleging Digital Privacy Violations; Growing Calls For Senator Bob Menendez's Resignation Amid Bribery Charges; Democratic Presidential Candidates Participate In Second Debate, With Trump As Main Attraction; Donald Trump Fights Gag Order In Federal Election Interference Trial; Migrant Surge Overwhelming U.S. Border Cities And Courts. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• Mexico Sees Migrant Surge At Its Southern Border; Cassidy Hutchinson Reveals Final Days Of Chaotic Trump White House; Experts: Strong El Nino Forecast For This Winter; 75,000 Health Care Workers Threaten Walkout If No Union Deal. Aired 2:30-3p ET
• Biden To UAW Picketers: "Stick With It"; Hunter Biden Sues Giuliani For Violating His Privacy; Senate Working On Short-Term Bill To Avert Shutdown. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• Hundreds Of Migrants Sleeping On El Paso Streets; Question Over Fate Of Russian Black Sea Commander; Teens Getting Hundreds Of Phone Notifications Daily. Aired 3:30-4pm ET

CNN Newsroom
• Thousands Flee To Armenia After Azerbaijan Victory; Ukraine: Russia's Black Sea Fleet Commander Killed; Canadian House Speaker Apologizes For Praising Ukrainian Veteran Who Fought For Nazis In WWII; London Police Investigate New Allegations Of Sexual Abuse; Tentative Agreement Details Expected To Be Released Tuesday; Philippine Coast Guard Says It Removed Chinese Barrier In Disputed Area Of South China Sea; Biden Meets With Pacific Island Leader; Immigrants Take incredible Risks to Reach America; Search for Fossil Fuels Threatens Whales. Aired 12-12:45a ET
• Ukraine: Russia's Black Sea Fleet Commander Killed; Thousands Arrive In Armenia Following Azerbaijan Victory; Philippines Says It Removed Chinese Barrier At Disputed Shoal; Migrant Surge at Mexico's Southern Border; Venezuelan Migrants Flee Instability, Set on Reaching U.S.; Canadian House Speaker Apologizes for Praising Ukrainian Veteran Who Fought for Nazis in WWII; Italian Mob Boss Matteo Messina Denaro Dies of Cancer; How the Search for Fossil Fuels Threatens Whales; Lego Drops Green Initiative. Aired 1-2a ET
• Thousands Flee Nagorno-Karabakh; Ukraine Says It Killed Russian Naval Commander; U.S. Grapples With Migrant Surge At Border. Aired 2- 3a ET
• Ethnic Armenians Left the Nagorno-Karabakh Breakaway Region; Philippine Coast Guard says Chinese Barrier has Removed in the Disputed Waters; SoKor's Biggest Armed Forces Day Parade Takes Place for the First Time in Five Years. Aired 3-4a ET
• Biden to Join Striking Workers in Michigan; McCarthy Pushes for Short-Term Fix as Pressure Mounts; Trump's Busiest Week of Campaigning Since Launching Bid; Ukraine: Russia's Black Sea Fleet Commander Killed; Border Town Mayor to Extend Emergency Declaration. Aired 4- 4:30a ET
• Bob Menendez Vehemently Denies He Took Bribes; Tennessee's First Elected Transgender Official to be Sworn in; U.S. Defense Secretary in Kenya to Bolster Security Partnership; T-Swift Helps Boost T-Kelce's Jersey Sales 400 Percent. Aired 4:30-5a ET
• CNN International: Last Week's Offensive Killed More Than 200 People; Armenia: 13,500 Have Fled Nagorno-Karabakh; Russia Publishes Video Appearing To Show Sokolov On Tuesday; Appeal Hearing For Jailed Kremlin Critic Navalny; South Korea Takes A Harsher Stance On North Korea; Hunter Biden Suing Rudy Giuliani Over Laptop Data; Congress Faces Saturday Deadline To Avert Govt. Shutdown; Border Town Mayor To Extend Emergency Declaration; Mexico, U.S. Officials Agree To Ease Migration Surge; How The Search For Fossil Fuels Threatens Whales. Indigenous Australians Protest Woodside's Plans. Aired 8-8:30a ET

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