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Anderson Cooper 360 Degrees


The Lead with Jake Tapper

CNN NewsNight with Abby Phillip

CNN News Central
• Yulia Navalnaya Vows to Find Out How Navalny was Killed; Navalny's Family Still Haven't Seen Body; Minnesota Grieving After Two Police Officers and a Firefighter are Killed; Avdivka Falls to Russia; Iranian-Backed Houthi Rebels Deploying New Weapon in the Red Sea; Nikki Haley Amazed on How Trump is Weak in the Knees When it Comes to Putin; Haley Slams Trump; Two Fatally Shot in Colorado Dorm Room; Nearly All California Under Flood Alerts. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• Three Dead in Minnesota Shooting; Two Fatally Shot in University of Colorado Dorm; Trump Rails Against Ruling; FDA Approves Drug for Allergies. Aired 9:30-10a ET
• Navalny's Widow Vows to Continue Her Husband's Work; Experts Rank Presidential Greatness Across American History; Sources Say, Harris Hoping to Have Bigger Role in Re-Election Effort. Aired 10- 10:30a ET
• Baby Saved from Auto Accident by Florida Deputy; Search for 11- year-old Audrii Cunningham; Biden Speaks as He Returns to White House; Israel-Hamas War; Over 29,000 People Dead in Gaza, According to Palestinian Health Ministry; Nasr Hospital Declared "Completely Out of Service" by Palestinian Health Ministry; Flood Advisories Across California. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• Biden Says More Sanctions On Russia Possible After Navalny's Death; Spokesperson: Navalny's Body Will Not Be Released For 14 Days; Sources: Harris Hoping To Have Bigger Role In Reelection Effort. Aired 11-11:30a ET
• Crew Abandons Ship After Houthi Attack Early Monday; Two Found Fatally Shot In Univ. Of Colorado Dorm Room; Standing Ovation For Michael J. Fox At British Film Awards. Aired 11:30a-12p ET
• High-Profile Republicans Leaving Office; Russia Makes Advances in Ukraine; Where Is Alexei Navalny's Body?. Aired 1-1:30p ET
• Nearly Entire Population Of California Under Flood Watches; Police Name Person Of Interest In Texas Girl's Disappearance; NASA Is Seeking Applicants To Participate In A Simulated 1-Year Mars Surface Mission. Aired 1:30-2p ET
• Israel Issues Ultimatum To Hamas, Setting A Deadline For The Return Of Hostages By The Start Of Ramadan; Tragic Loss In Minnesota As Two Police Officers And A Firefighter Are Killed During A Domestic Incident Response In Burnsville; Former President Trump's Response To Navalny's Death Draws Criticism For Refraining From Condemning Putin And Making Controversial Remarks; Global Leaders React To Navalny's Death, With President Biden Considering More Sanctions Targeting Russia; Humanitarian Crisis Worsens In Gaza, With UN Agencies Reporting Acute Malnutrition Among Children And Dire Conditions For Civilians; Senate Passes $95 Billion Spending Package, Including $60 Billion In Military Aid To Ukraine, Facing Uncertainty In The House. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• Utah Passes Bill That Allows Process To Ignore Federal Law; FDA Expands Use Of Asthma Drug To People With Food Allergies; Crew Abandons Ship After Houthi Attack; U.S. Investigating Crash Of Unmanned Air Force Drone In Yemen. Ex-Congressman Santos Sues Jimmy Kimmel Over Cameo Videos. Aired 2:30-3p ET
• Rights Group: Hundreds Detained For Attending Vigils; Key Ukrainian City Falls As U.S. Aid In Limbo, Congress On Break; Biden: Considering More Russia Sanctions After Navalny Death; Democrat Tlaib Urges Vote Of "Uncommitted" In Michigan Primary. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• Nearly Entire Population Of California Under Flood Watches; Surge In Violent Crime Seizes Nation's Capitol; Financial Advice Columnist: I Was Scammed Out Of $50K. Aired 3:30-4p ET

CNN Newsroom
• Doctor Describes 'Overwhelming Experience' in Gaza; Families of Israeli Hostages File ICC Case Against Hamas; Exports of Crude Oil to India Help Russia Fund War; Shanghai Market Reopens, Record Tourism Spending Reported; Explorer Follows Original Path of Human Migration; Oppenheimer is Big Winner at BAFTAS. Aired 12-12:45a ET
• Thousands Sign Petition Demanding Release Of Body Of Navalny; Russia Takes Avdiivka From Ukraine, Biggest Gain In Nine Months; Israel Will Launch Rafah Offensive If Hostages Not Returned By Ramadan; Israel Opposes Unilateral Imposition of Palestinian State; U.S. Military Reports First Houthi Unmanned Underwater Vessel In Red Sea; Fighting Takes Heavy Toll on Sudan's Most Vulnerable Population; Shanghai Market Reopens, Tourism Reportedly Surged; OpenAI Unveils New Text-to-Video Generator Sora; Salvaging Beauty from Tragedy; Top Winners of the 77th British Academy Film Awards. Aired 1-2a ET
• Russia Gets Full Control of Avdiivka; Germany and U.K. Mourn Death of Alexei Navalny; Russia's Surging Anti-Terrorism Laws; Nikki Haley Condemns Trump's Comments on NATO, Trump Compares Himself to Navalny; House Takes a Recess, Leaving Aid Bill to Ukraine Uncertain; Israel Sets Ramadan as Deadline for Hostage Release; ICJ Begins Hearing on Israel's Occupation of Palestine; Israel Condemns Brazil's President for Comparing Gaza War to the Holocaust; Shanghai Market Reopens, Tourism Reportedly Surged; U.S. Strikes Underwater Houthi Vessel For First Time; Top Winners Of The 77th British Academy Film Awards. Aired 2-3a ET
• New Amnesty Report Slams Anti-Terrorism Laws in Russia; Russian Flag Raised in the Ukrainian Town of Avdiivka After Months of Battle; Two Police Officers and a Firefighter Killed in the Line of Duty in Minnesota; Shanghai Back in Business after the Lunar New Year Holidays; Oppenheimer Wins Big at the BAFTAs; Italian Prisoners Make Musical Instruments from Scrap Migrant Boats. Aired 3-4a ET
• CNN International: Russian Flag Flies Over Avdiivka After Months of Battle; Aid Bill in Limbo as U.S. Lawmakers on Recess; Rights Group: Concern Over Potential Israeli Ground Offensive in Rafah; Hundreds Detained for Attending Alexei Navalny Vigils; Nikki Haley Slams Trump's Comments on Vladimir Putin; Families of Hostages Await Word on Loved Ones Held by Hamas. Aired 4-4:30a ET
• CNN International: NY Governor Apologizes for Inappropriate Gaza Remarks; Three Killed in Minnesota Shooting; Heavy Rain and Flood Risk Impacts Millions on West Coast; Lunar New Year Tourism Revenues in China Up by 47 Percent Compared to 2023; Top Winners of the 77th British Academy Film Awards. Aired 4:30-5a ET
• CNN International: Israel Issues An Ultimatum To Hamas On Hostage Release; Kremlin: "Not Involved" In Returning Navalny's Body To Family; Some In Russia Taking Risk By Paying Respects To Navalny. Aired 8-8:30a ET

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