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CNN Newsroom
• Congress Reaches Last-Minute Deal To Avoid Government Shutdown; Largest Ever Health Care Strike Could Start Wednesday; Plains Midwest Brace For Potentially Record-Breaking Heat; Zelenskyy Marks Day Of Defenders Holiday; Ukrainian Soldier Returns To Battlefield After Losing Legs; Pelosi Accompanies Feinstein's Body Home To San Francisco; FBI Focus Turns To Crimes Impacting Indigenous Women & Children; Former President Jimmy Carter Turns 99 Today. Aired 2-3p ET
• Congress Reaches Last Minute Deal To Avoid Government Shutdown; Interview With Rep. John Garamendi (D-CA); Former Federal Prosecutor Suspected In Florida Stabbing. Aired 3-4p ET
• Kevin McCarthy Faces Challenge To His Speakership After Short- Term Funding Deal; Congress Reaches Last-Minute Deal To Avoid Government Shutdown; Interview With Representative Ro Khanna (D-CA) About Stopgap Spending Bill; Largest Ever Healthcare Strike Could Start Wednesday; Thousands Of Migrants Are Being Dropped Off On San Diego's Streets; Chiefs Vs. Jets Could Be Biggest TV Audience Of The Year SNF; FDA Adds Warning To Ozempic Label About Risk For Blocked Intestines; Off-Duty Police Officer Caught On Camera Rescuing Choking Child. Aired 4-5p ET
• Government Shutdown Averted, Rep. Gaetz To Oust Speaker McCarthy; Rep. Debbie Wasserman Schultz Is Interviewed About Speaker McCarthy's Possible Ouster And The Averted Shutdown; Rep. Bob Good (R- VA) Is Interviewed About Speaker McCarthy's Possible Ouster; Biden Vows Ukraine Support; Kaiser Permanente Employees Prepare For Three- Day Strike; Taylor Swift Expected At Chiefs-Jets Game. Aired 5-6p ET
• President Biden Calls For An End To Brinksmanship In Congress; Kevin McCarthy Faces Right-Wing Revolt Over Spending Deal; Trump Set To Appear In Person At Civil Fraud Trial In New York Monday; Former President Jimmy Carter Turns 99 Today; Rise In Retail Theft Prompts Stores To Close Nationwide; Inside The FBI's Push To Solve Violent Crime On Tribal Lands. Aired 6-7p ET
• President Biden Speaks On Passage Of Spending Bill; Republican Matt Gaetz Plans To Oust Speaker Kevin McCarthy; Interview With Representative Josh Gottheimer (D-NJ) About Bipartisan Spending Bill Fund That Might Cost Kevin McCarthy The Speakership; Amber Alert Issued For Nine-Year-Old Girl Missing In Upstate New York; Taylor Swift Expected To Attend Chiefs Game In New York Tonight, Paris: From City Of Lights To City of Bites. Aired 7-8p ET
• Kevin McCarthy Says He'll Survive Push To Oust Him As House Speaker; Democrat Dean Phillips Quits Leadership Role Over Biden Doubts; President Biden Assures Ukraine and Allies Of United States Support; San Diego County Declares Migrant Surge A Humanitarian Crisis; Interview With El Paso Mayor Oscar Leeser (D) about Humanitarian Crisis At The Southern Border; New Book Warns Of MAGA's Threat To Democracy; U2 Opens New Sphere Concert Venue. Aired 8-9p ET
• Shutdown Averted; Russia's War On Ukraine; Biden Signs 45-Day Funding Bill To Keep Government Open; New York City Works To Dry Out After Severe Flooding; Pro-Russian politician Wins Slovakia's Parliamentary Election; Jimmy Carter Turns 99, As Celebrations Pour In From Around The World; Harvard University Inaugurates Its First Black President; NASA Eyes October Launch For "Psyche" Asteroid Mission. Aired 1-2a ET
• Biden Signs 45-Day Funding Bill To Keep Government Open; Ukraine Left Out In Cold By U.S. Shutdown Deal; Pro-Russian Politician Wins Slovakia's Parliamentary Election; Record Warmth To Begin October In Parts Of U.S.; Europe Close To Winning Back Coveted Trophy. Aired 2-3a ET
• Biden Signs 45-Day Spending Bill To Keep Gov't Open; Senate Passes Short-Term Funding Bill Just Before Deadline; Ukraine Marking Day Of Defenders Holiday; Ukraine Aid Takes A Hit As U.S. Avoids Govt. Shutdown; Party Led By Pro-Russian Former PM Wins Saturday's Vote; Senate Clears 45-Day Spending Bill To Keep Govt. Open; Feinstein's Body Flown To San Francisco On Military Flight; UN: 100,000+ People Flee Breakaway Region; Ukraine's "Army Of Drones" Taking On Russian Troops; Saturday's Rugby World Cup In Action In France. Aired 3-4a ET
• To Keep Government Operational, Biden Signs 45-Day Spending Bill; Additional Aid For Ukraine Not Included In Final Bill; After Vote, McCarthy's Position As Speaker Might Be In Jeopardy; Americans Fed Up With Politics, According To Recent Surveys; Interview With University Of Essex Professor Of Government Natasha Lindstaedt; Senate Leaders From Both Parties Swear To Continue Funding Ukraine; Two Terrorists Carried Out Bomb Attack In Front Of Interior Ministry In Ankara, Turkey; Shutdown Battle Impacts Ukraine; Russia's War On Ukraine; Day of Defenders Celebrated In Ukraine; Beginning Of Russia's Fall Enlistment Drive; Slovakia Election; Saturday's Election Won By Party Led by Pro-Russian Former Prime Minister; People's Republic Of China's 74th Anniversary Of Its Founding; U.S. Border Crisis; After Unprecedented Flooding, New York City Is Drying Out; October Will Begin With Parts Of The U.S. Experiencing Record Warmth; Ryder Cup 2023; Europe, On The Verge Of Recapturing Prized Trophy; NASA's Asteroid Ambitions. Aired 4-5a ET
• Biden Signs 45-Day Spending Bill To Keep Government Open; McCarthy's Speakership May Be At Risk After House Vote; U.S. Conservatives Remain Divided Over Aid For Ukraine; New York City Area Drying Out After Historic Flooding; U.K. Families Struggle As Rent Prices Soar. Aired 5-6 am ET

CNN This Morning
• U.S. Averts Government Shutdown; Congress Comes Together to Avoid Government Shutdown; Largest Health Care Strike in U.S. History Could Start This Week; 75K Plus Kaiser Permanente Workers Could Strike Wednesday; New York Attorney General's Civil Fraud Lawsuit Against Donald Trump and his Eldest Sons is Set to Begin Tomorrow; Trump's $250 Million Fraud Trial Begins Monday; Late Senator Dianne Feinstein Returns to California; Pelosi Accompanying Senator Feinstein's Body to California; New Aid for Ukraine Axed as U.S. Government Avoid Shutdown. Aired 6-7a ET
• McCarthy Speakership At Risk Following Bipartisan Vote; Bowman Claims He Accidentally Pulled The Capitol Fire Alarm; Biden Signs Short-term Stopgap Bill To Keep Gov't Open For 45 Days; Trump Organization Civil Trial Begins Tomorrow; Trump Could Face $250 Million Fine, Dissolution Of Businesses; New Aid For Ukraine Axed As U.S. Gov't Avoids A Shutdown; U.S. Government Prevents A Shutdown, Help To Ukraine Cut; Russia's War On Ukraine; Zelenskyy Remembers The Fallen Ukrainian Soldiers; Migration Wave Deemed A Humanitarian Crisis By San Diego County; Inside The FBI's Surge To Solve Violent Crime On Tribal Lands; Possible Record-Breaking Heat Expected In Plains And Midwest; FDA Updates Ozempic Label After Reports Of Blocked Intestines. Aired 7-8a ET
• Congress Passes Late Night 45-Day Stopgap Spending Bill; 75K+ Kaiser Permanente Workers Could Strike Wednesday; Governor Newsom To Appoint Temporary Senator To Finish Feinstein's Term; Ethics Concerns Hang Over Supreme Court As New Term Begins; Twin Cities Marathon Canceled Due To Record Setting Heat; Improving Player Safety; Tensions Boil Over At Ryder Cup. Aired 8-9a ET

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