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CNN News Central
• Soon, President Biden Leaves for G7 Summit in Italy; Trump- Backed Candidates Sweep Critical GOP Primaries; Source Says, Hamas Has Neither Accepted nor Rejected Ceasefire Deal. Aired 7-7:30a ET
• Hunter Biden Convicted On Federal Gun Charges; Sources: 8 Tajik Nationals Arrested In U.S. After Surveillance Abroad Found Suspected Terrorism Ties; Baltimore Shipping Channel Reopens After Bridge Collapse. Aired 7:30-8a ET
• President Biden to Meet with World Leaders at G7 Summit on Migration from Africa to Europe and Proposed Loan to Ukraine Using Frozen Russian Assets; Hezbollah Fires Approximately 200 Missiles into northern Israel from Lebanon; Pro-Trump Media Figures Dismiss Hunter Biden Conviction; Hunter Biden Convicted on Federal Gun Charges; Trump-Backed Candidates Sweep Critical GOP Primaries. Aired 8-8:30a ET
• Blinken Speaks in Doha; Inflation Slowed in May; Florida Braces for Flooding; Ban on Churches with Female Pastors; Victoria Robb Powers is Interviewed about Banning Female Pastors. Aired 8:30-9a ET
• Consumer Price Inflation Slowed in May; Biden Heads to G-7 Summit; Hamas Proposes Changes to Ceasefire Proposal; Supreme Court Could Give Hunter Biden Appeal Opening; Hunter Biden's Federal Conviction. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• Blinken Comments on Ceasefire Proposal; House to Hold Rules Vote on Garland Contempt; Lael Brainard is Interviewed about Inflation; Pope Repeated Homophobic Slur. Aired 9:30-10a ET
• Israel-Hamas Cease-Fire Talks in Turmoil; House Republicans Target Attorney General Merrick Garland; President Biden Heads to G7 Summit; Inflation Cooling. Aired 1-1:30p ET
• Southern Baptists Reject Formal Ban On Churches With Female Pastors; Virginia Governor Calls For Repeal Of Cuts To Military College Tuition Program; North Dakota Says 81 Is Too Old To Serve In Congress. Aired 1:30-2p ET
• Federal Reserve Leaves Key Interest Rate Unchanged; House Votes On Whether To Hold Attorney General In Contempt; Biden Administration Closely Tracking Russian Navy Ships In Cuba. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• Sources: Federal Agents Arrest 8 Tajik Nationals In U.S. Over Suspected Ties To Terrorism; Rare Access Inside ISIS Prison And Detention Camp; Florida Jury Finds Chiquita Liable For Financing Violent Paramilitary Group. Aired 2:30-3p ET
• Soon: House Votes On Whether To Hold Attorney General In Contempt; Rep. Tom Tiffany (R-WI) Discusses About Republicans' Push To Obtain Joe Biden's Interview Audio; Ceasefire Talks In Turmoil As Hamas Responds To Proposal; Trump-Backed Candidates Sweep Critical GOP Primaries; Supreme Court Ruling Could Help A Hunter Biden Appeal. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• Sandy Hook Shooting Survivors Graduate High School; NBA Icon and Hall of Famer Jerry West Dies at 86; Some Inmates in Closely Divided Nevada Can Now Vote from Jail. Aired 3:30-4p ET

CNN Newsroom
• Hamas Responds to Latest Gaza Ceasefire Proposal; Humanitarian Crisis Grows In Gaza Amid Push For Ceasefire; U.S. President's Son Found Guilty on All Counts in Gun Case; Leaders, Guests Heading to Italy Ahead of Annual Talks; U.S. Tracks Russian Warships En Route to Cuba; Russia Stages Tactical Nuclear Drills With Belarus; Suspect Arrested In Attack On 4 U.S. College Instructors; Malawi Begins Three Weeks Of Mourning For VP Chilima; Chiquita Liable for Financing Terrorist Organization in Colombia. Chiquita Liable for Financing Terrorist Organization in Colombia; Migrants Struggle Along Deadliest Route on U.S.-Mexico Border. Aired 12-1a ET
• Hamas Responds To Ceasefire Proposals; Hunter Biden Guilty Of All Charges In Federal Gun Trial; CNN Gets Rare Access Into Prison Holding Suspected ISIS Fighters; World Bank: Growth Stabilizing for First Time in 3 Years; Israeli Official: Proposal Enables Country To Achieve Goals; Interview with Former U.S. Ambassador to the U.N. Daniel Kurtzer; Suspect Arrested in Attack on Four U.S. College Instructors; Nepalese Honey-Hunters Face Dwindling Bee Populations. Aired 1-2a ET
• Intercepted Messages From Hamas Leader; Hunter Biden Found Guilty On Federal Gun Charges; U.S. Tracks Russian Warships; Migrants Struggle Along Deadliest Route on U.S.-Mexico Border; Jury Orders Chiquita to Pay $38.8 Million to Families of Eight AUC Victims; British Politician Nigel Farage Has Objects Thrown at Him Again; Animal Rights Group Vandalizes King Charles Portrait. Aired 2-2:45a ET
• U.N Inquiry Finds Israeli Authorities and Hamas Responsible for War Crimes and International Law Violations; Hunter Biden Found Guilty on Three Counts of Gun Felony Charges. CNN Gets Rare Access to some camps where Families of ISIS fighters are situated; NoKor Football Star Reappears after Three Years; BTS' Jin Completes Military Service. Aired 3-4a ET
• CNN International: U.N. Inquiry Accuses Israel, Palestinian Militants of War Crimes; Hamas Responds to Latest Gaza Ceasefire Proposal; Israel: Large Missile Barrage Fired from Lebanon; U.S. Tracks Russian Warships En Route to Cuba; Hunter Biden Found Guilty on Federal Gun Charges; Migrants Struggle Along Deadly Route to U.S. Aired 4-4:30a ET
• CNN International: Justice Alito Endorses Statement the U.S. Should Return to Godliness During Secret Recording; Chiquita Liable for Financing Terrorist Organization in Colombia; Suspect Arrested in Attack on 4 U.S. College Instructors. Aired 4:30-5a ET
• CNN International: U.S. Military Tracking Russia's Military Exercises With Cuba; U.N. Report Says Both Israel and Hamas Committed War Crimes, Grave Violations of International Law; G7 Leaders Head to Italy for a High-stakes Meeting to Cover Middle East, Russia, Climate; Hamas Responds to Latest Gaza Ceasefire Proposal, Include Amendments to Proposal; Hezbollah Launched Dozens of Rockets Toward Israel; Joe Biden's Son Convicted of Three Felonies for 2018 Gun Purchase; U.S. Consumer Inflation Slows in May. Aired 8-9a ET
• CNN International: Israel: Around 200 Rockets Fired From Lebanon Into Israel; Hezbollah: Launched Scores Of Rockets Towards Israel; U.N. Inquiry Accuses Israel, Palestinian Militants Of War Crimes. Aired 11a-12p ET
• Justice Alito Complains About Media Scrutiny in New Secret Recording; Trump Calls to Haul Out the Guillotine in Fundraising Email; IDF Says, Hezbollah Fires 200 Rockets at Northern Israel. Aired 10-10:30a ET
• Sec. Blinken Pushing for Ceasefire and Hostage Deal in Qatar; Interview with Former Secretary of Defense Under President Clinton and The Cohen Group CEO Former Senator William Cohen; Hezbollah in Lebanon Fires 200 Rockets at Israel; U.S. Tracks Russian Warships En Route to Cuba; House GOP Vote to Advance Garland in Contempt Measure; U.S. Consumer Inflation Slows in May; Southern Baptist Convention Crucial Vote Underway. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• New Audio of Samuel Alito Emerges; Russian Navy Ships Arrive in Cuba; Hezbollah Reportedly Firing Rockets Into Israel; Interview With Rep. Jared Moskowitz (D-FL). Aired 11-11:30a ET
• Alito Complains About Media Scrutiny In Secret Recording; More Migrants Flee Violence In Mexico After Political Assassinations; Italian Media: Pope Francis Used Anti-Gay Slur Again. Aired 11:30a-12p ET
• CNN International: Fed Holds Interest Rates Steady After Positive Inflation Report; Blinken: Gaps With Israel & Hamas On Ceasefire Are "Bridgeable"; Biden Heads To G7 In Italy After Son's Guilty Verdict; CNN Gets Rare Access To Camp For ISIS Families. Aired 3-4p ET

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