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September 22, 2023
• CNN International: Government Shutdown Looms Amid GOP Dysfunction; U.S. Republicans Divided on More Aid for Ukraine; Russia Take Aim at Ukraine's Energy Facilities; Poland, Ukraine Dialing Down Tensions in Grain Dispute; Lachlan Murdoch to Take Over Fox and News Corp; Growing Diplomatic Rift Between Canada and India. Aired 4-4:30a ET
• Biden Assures the Ukrainian President a Strong Support; Chinese V.P. Says Taiwan is an Inalienable Part of China's Territory; Visa Services between India and Canada Halted Following Issues Surrounding Their Relations; Multimedia Mogul Rupert Murdoch Steps Down After His Seven-Decade Media Career; King Charles Addresses the French Senate; Record-Setting NASA Astronaut Talks to CNN. Aired 3-4a ET
• U.S. Sends More Aid to Ukraine; Rupert Murdoch Retires From His Role; Canada and India's Diplomatic Gap Worsen; No Freedom, No Peace Says Mahmoud Abbas; Three Powerful Countries Expands Their Nuclear Capabilities; Satellite Images Show Nuclear Test Site Expansions; Parliament Passes Dress Code Bill With Harsh Penalties; Azerbaijan Holds Talks On Future Of Armenian Enclave; Two Adults Killed, Multiple Students Injured After Bus Crashes In New York; King Charles Makes Historic Speech At French Senate; Pope Francis Hopes To Call Attention To Europe's Migration Crisis During Whirlwind Visit To Marseilles; Syrian President Bashar Al-Assad Makes Rare Visit To China. Aired 2- 2:45a ET
• Ukraine Leader Zelenskyy Meets With Biden, Congress; Rupert Murdoch Steps Down As Chairman Of Fox And News Corp.; India Suspends Visas For Canadians As Row Escalates; Azerbaijan Holds Talks On Future Of Armenian Enclave; Rupert Murdoch Steps Down as Fox and News Corp Chairman; Interview with Former Australian Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull; Satellite Images Show Nuclear Test Site Expansions; Thousands Take Dangerous Journey to U.S. Border Daily; King Charles Makes Historic Speech in Franch Senate. Aired 1-2a ET

September 21, 2023
• CNN International: Zelenskyy to Visit Capitol Hill Amid Shutdown Chaos, Growing Republican Resistance to More Ukraine Aid; India Suspends Visa Services for Canadian Nationals; Zelenskyy Pleads for Additional U.S. Aid for Ukraine; Rupert Murdoch Stepping Down as FOX & News Corp Chairman; Autoworkers Union: Stellantis Makes New Offer; Astronaut Frank Rubio Breaks U.S. Spaceflight Record. Aired 9- 10a ET
• CNN International: Ukraine's President to Meet with Biden & Lawmakers; Poland Will Stop Providing Weapons to Ukraine Amid Row; India Suspends Visa Services for Canadian Nationals; King Charles Tours Flower Market Name After His Late Mother. Aired 8-8:30a ET
• CNN International: Poll of Polls: Trump Expands Lead Over Republicans; Trump Walking Fine Line on Abortion Issue; DeSantis Talks Energy Agenda, Downplays Climate Change; Biden Invited Netanyahu to Washington for Visit; U.S. Fed Keeps Interest Rates Steady; Britain's King Charles on Three-Day Trip to France. Aired 4:30-5a ET
• CNN International: Ukraine's President to Meet with Congress Members and Biden; Some Republicans Working to Avoid Government Shutdown; Garland Rebukes Republicans at House Judiciary Hearing; Azerbaijan Takes Over Ethnic Armenian Enclave; Canada Urged to Reveal More Details About Investigation. Aired 4-4:30a ET
• Ukrainian President Challenges the U.S. for Military Aid; Armenia-Azerbaijan Conflict in the Nagorno-Karabakh Region Ends in a Ceasefire; Israeli Prime Minister Finally Meets the U.S. President; Sikh Leader's Assassination Sours India-Canada Relations; Two Chinese Key Leaders Went Missing and Were Unexplainably Replaced; Some Nazi Paintings Looted from a Jewish Collector Finally Returned to the Heirs. Aired 3-4a ET
• Azerbaijan Takes Over Armenian Enclave; Iran Approves Penalties For Hijab Violations; Zelenskyy To Meet With Biden At The White House; US Fed Keeps Interest Rates Steady; Mexican Freight Trains Used By Migrants Fleeing To US Halted. Aired 2-3a ET
• Poland To Stop Supplying Weapons To Ukraine Over Grain Row; U.N. Chief Warns Of Gates To Hell In Climate Summit; Biden Invites Netanyahu To Visit The White House; Azerbaijan Claims Full Control Over The Nagorno-Karabakh Region. Aired 1-2a ET
• Russia Launching Attacks Across Ukraine; Polish PM: No Longer Sending Weapons To Ukraine; US Official: White House To Announce New Ukraine Aid; Zelenskyy Decries Russian Veto Power At UN Security Council; Biden Invites Netanyahu To Washington For Visit; Saudi Crown Prince: Closer To Israel Normalisation; UN Chief Admonishes Polluters At World Climate Summit; British PM Announces Delays To Climate Goals; Azerbaijan Claiming Control Of Nagorno-Karabakh; Protestors Call For Non-Libyan Entities To Oversee Rebuild; Mexican Freight Trains Used By Migrants Fleeing To US Halted; 'Unbreakable' Mother of Three Fights on Front Lines in Ukraine; Two Senior Chinese Officials Go Missing. Aired 12-12:45a ET

September 20, 2023
• CNN International: Britain's King Charles Arrives In Paris For State Visit; Ceasefire Deal Takes Effect In Nagorno-Karabakh Region; War In Ukraine Dominates First Day Of U.N. Meeting; Explosion Damages Cargo Ship In Black Sea; Biden And Netanyahu To Have Face-To-Face Meeting At U.N.; India Issues Advisory For Its Nationals In Canada; Exploring Use Of Debt-For-Climate Swaps. Aired 8-8:30a ET
• CNN International: Migrant Crossings Along the U.S. Southern Border Rising; Ukraine May Be Striking Wagner-Backed Forces in Sudan. Aired 4:30-5a ET
• CNN International: New York Times: Trump Pressured Former Aide to Lie; Hunter Biden to Plead Not Guilty in Gun Possession Case; War in Ukraine Dominates Meeting of World Leaders; Growing Diplomatic Rift Between Canada and India; Evan Gershkovich Appeal Denied, Will Stay Behind Bars; Residents Left Devastated After Flood Kill Thousands in Libya. Aired 4-4:30a ET
• U.S. and Ukrainian Presidents State Their Cases at the U.N. General Assembly; Azerbaijan Launches Operation vs. Armenian Forces in a Disputed Region; India May be Involved in the Death of Their Sikh Leader in Canada; A CNN Investigation Found that Ukraine may be the Root Cause of Wagner-backed Fighters in Sudan. Lampedusa Island now Overcrowded by Migrant Arrivals. Aired 3-3:45a ET
• Nine Civilians Killed In Russian Attacks On Ukraine; Ukraine May Be Striking Wagner-Backed Forces In Sudan; Americans Detained By Iran Back In US; Qatari Prime Minister: Proud To Reunite Families; "Treasures And Secrets" Discovered Off The Egyptian Coast. Aired 2-3a ET
• Zelenskyy Accuses Russia Of Terrorism, Genocide; At Least 27 Deaths Reported As Azerbaijan Launches Operation Against Armenian Forces In Disputed Nagorno-Karabakh Region; Growing Diplomatic Rift Between Canada And India; Italian Island Hit by Soaring Migrant Arrivals; Officials Discuss Isolating Hardest Hit Areas of Derna; Exploring Use of Debt-for-Climate Swaps; Zelenskyy's Warnings; Ukraine May be Striking Wagner-Backed Forces in Sudan; social Media Sites Looking for New Revenue Sources. Aired 1-2a ET
• Zelenskyy Accuses Russia Of Terrorism And Genocide; Trudeau: "Credible Allegations" Tie India To Sikh Murder; At Least 27 Deaths Reported As Azerbaijan Launches Operation Against Armenian Forces In Disputed Nagorno-Karabakh Region; Residents Left Devastated After Floods Kill Thousands. Aired 12-1a ET

September 19, 2023
• CNN International: World Leaders Gather For U.N. General Assembly Meeting; Americans Released From Iran Back On U.S. Soil; India And Canada Expel Diplomats AS Murder Row Escalates; Journalist Evan Gershkovich In Court To Appeal His Detention; CNN Investigates Russia's Moves In Africa. Aired 8-8:30a ET
• CNN International: Five Americans Freed From Iran En Route to U.S.; Trudeau: Credible Allegations Link India to Sikh Murder; Wagner's Africa Operations After Prigozhin; Entrepreneurs Seek to Start Agritech Businesses in UAE. Aired 4:30-5a ET
• CNN International: Five Americans Freed from Iran En Route to U.S.; Republicans Harshly Critical of U.S.-Iran Deal; World Leaders to Attend UN General Assembly Opening; Zelenskyy to Attend UNGA, Meet Biden to Shore Up Support; UAW Threatens More Walkouts by Friday; Residents of Flood-Ravaged City Protest Against Officials. Aired 4- 4:30a ET
• Five American Prisoners in Iran Returns Home; Ukrainian President to Attend the U.N. General Assembly in Person; Libyan Residents Demands Accountability After the Devastating Floods in Derna. CNN Investigates Wagner Leader's Last Visits in the Central African Republic before His Failed Mutiny. Israeli Prime Minister Talks to SpaceX Founder on his Anti-Semitism remarks; Comedian Russel Brand faces Investigation on Alleged Sexual Assaults to Five Women. Aired 3-4a ET
• Five Americans Freed From Iran; India And Canada Expel Diplomats As Dispute Deepens; Zelenskyy To Attend UNGA, Meet Biden To Shore Up Support; UK Police Probe 2003 Report After Russell Brand Allegations; Netanyahu Challenges Musk About Antisemitism On X. Aired 2-3a ET
• Trudeau: "Credible Allegations" Link India To Sikh Murder; Five Americans Freed From Iran En Route To U.S.; Zelenskyy To Attend UNGA, Meet Biden To Shore Up Support. Aired 1-2a ET
• Five Americans Freed From Iran En Route To US; Trudeau: "Credible Allegations" Link India To Sikh Murder; Ukraine Hails Gains, But Warns Situation Still Difficult; World Leaders To Kick Off Annual Meeting In Hours Ahead; Residents Of Flood-Ravaged City Protest Against Officials; Derna Residents Search For Family And Friends Amid Ruins; Russia Changing African Misson of Wagner Group; U.K. Police Probe 2003 Report after Russell Brand Allegations. Aired 12-12:45a ET

September 18, 2023
• Ukraine's Zelenskyy to Address UNGA on Tuesday; World Leaders Gather for U.N. General Assembly; U.S. Official Confirm Released Americans have Left Tehran; Rescue Teams Say Urgent Aid is Needed; China's FM to Meet Lavrov during Visit to Russia. Aired 9-10a ET
• CNN International: Iran Expected to Release Five American Prisoners Today; U.N. Revises Death Toll Downward to at Least 3,958; Report: More Women come Forward after Actor Accused of Sexual Assault; U.S. Unfreezing $6 Billion in Iranian Fund to be used only for Humanitarian Needs; CNN Investigates "Hijacked Buildings" in Johannesburg; Iran Releasing Five American Prisoners as Part of Wider Deal. Aired 8-9a ET
• CNN International: Qatari Jet on Standby in Iran to Bring Five U.S. Citizens and Two Relatives to Doha. Aired 4:30-5a ET
• CNN International: Iranian Foreign Minister: 5 Detained Americans Expected to be Freed Today; Biden to Attend Annual Gathering, Meet with World Leaders; Zelenskyy to Head to U.S. to Attend UNGA, Meet Biden; Israeli Prime Minister to Meet with Biden, Elon Musk During U.S. Visit; UN Revises Previous High Death Toll in Libya to at Least 3,958. Aired 4:00-4:30a ET
• Joe Biden Arrives in New York for the U.N. General Assembly; Trump Denounces Election Results in a TV Interview; NoKor Leader Returns Home after a Six-Day visit in Russia; UAW Strike Reaches Fourth Day, Talks with Auto Makers Left No Contract Offers to Put Forward; CNN Investigates the Housing Crisis for low-income residents in South African Hijacked Buildings; A French Supermarket Puts a Shame on Small Products due to Inflation. Aired 3-4a ET
• President Biden to Address U.N. Assembly in New York; No Deal Yet Between Automakers and Union as Rep. Hakeem Jeffries Joins the Strike; Trump's Interview with "Meet the Press" Filled with Lies; Death Toll at least 4,000 in Libya Flooding; Migrant Crisis in Overwhelms Lampedusa. Aired 2-3a ET
• UN Revises Libya Flood Death Toll To 3958, Over 9,000 Injured; Survivors Live In Tents After Homes Destroyed; World Leaders Gathering In New York For Annual Meeting; Ukraine Says It Has Recaptured Key Village Near Bakhmut; North Korea's Kim Heads Home After Successful Visit To Russia; EU Chief Visit Italian Island To Discuss Migrant Crisis; Women in Haiti Seek Support for Children Fathered by U.N. Staff; Hijacked Buildings in Johannesburg; Shaming Shrinkflation; The Museum of Failure Displays Products that Flopped. Aired 1-2a ET
• Recovery Efforts Hindered by Limited Materials; Ukraine Indicates Key Village Near Bakhmut Recaptured; North Korean Leader Heads Home after 6-Day Russian Tour; Biden to Attend Annual U.N. Gathering, Meet with World Leaders; E.U. Chief Visits Italian Island to Discuss Migrant Crisis; U.S. Judge Rules New 'DREAMers' Protections Unlawful; Women Seek Support for Children Fathered by U.N. Staff; Hijacked Buildings a Growing Problem in Johannesburg. Aired 12-12:45a ET

September 17, 2023
• UAW Strike Putting Biden In Tough Position; Republican Candidates Flock To Iowa Evangelical Conference; Search Teams In Flood-Ravaged Libya Face Challenges; Ukrainian Official Criticizes Slow Pace Military Aid; Ukrainians Feel The Loss Of War At The Graveside; Texas Attorney General Acquitted In State Senate Trial; Panama Canal Drought Causing Supply-Chain Disruption. Aired 5-6 am ET
• 2024 U.S. Presidential Race; Evangelical Conference in Iowa Draws Swarm of GOP Presidential Hopefuls; Republican Aspirants Hoping to Achieve Momentum in Iowa; Interview with The Gazette Des Moines Bureau Chief Erin Murphy; California Accuses Major Oil Companies of Lying and Sues Them; Front Line Video of Fighting in Andriivka; Protests in Iran honor Mahsa Amini;; Officials Investigate Gruesome Death in GeorgiaEnd of Spanish Women's Soccer Walkout Over Minimum Wage. Aired 4-5a ET
• Out on Strike; Libya Death Toll Could Rise; Iran Protests Mark Death of Mahsa Amini. Aired 3-4a ET
• Biden Arrives In New York Ahead Of U.N. General Assembly Speech; Interview With Representative Joaquin Castro (D-TX) About Spending Bill And Immigration Issues; Trump Insists It's His Decision To Try To Overturn 2020 Election; Manhunt Underway After Fatal Shooting Of Deputy In Los Angeles; Negotiations Resume With Ford, GM Automakers; Libya Flooding Death Toll Revised Downward To Under 4,000; Ukraine: Dancing In Defiance; Iran Protests. Aired 7-8p ET
• Interview With Representative Tim Burchett (R-TN) About Impeachment Inquiry On Biden And Trump's Latest TV Interview; Fact- Checking Trump's "Meet The Press" Interview; DACA Suffers Another Legal Setback; Former Obama Aide Outlines Her Path In New Book; FDA, CDC Approve Updated Vaccine For Anyone 6 Months And Up. Aired 6-7p ET
• President Joe Biden To Address United Nations Assembly In New York; Prepare For A Long War Says NATO Chief; Donald Trump Does Not Consider U.S. Have Much Democracy Right Now; Biden And Trump Dead Heat At The Polls. Aired 5-6p ET
• UAW Resumes Negotiations With Two Of The Big Three Automakers; Biden, Netanyahu To Meet On The Sidelines Of The U.N. General Assembly; Volodymyr Zelenskyy To Meet Senators On Capitol Hill Thursday; Los Angeles Sheriff's Deputy Fatally Shot Inside His Patrol Car; Drew Barrymore, "The Talk" Pause Show Returns After Backlash; Lionel Messi's MLS Fans Spurned As Star Sits Out; Mitt Romney Unloads On Republicans, Including Mike Pence; At Least 35 Women Abused By U.N. Staff Claim Lack Of Support. Aired 4-5p ET
• UAW Resumes Negotiations with Two of Big Three Automakers; Report: Border Patrol Separated Some Children from Parents; Hunter Biden Indicted on Three Gun Charges. Aired 3-4p ET
• UAW Resumes Negations With Automakers; Los Angeles Sheriff's Deputy Fatally Shot Inside His Patrol Car; Death Toll In Libya Expected To Go Higher; Rescue Operations Continue In Libya; Sizable Discrepancy Over The Death Toll In Libya; NATO Chief: Must Prepare For A Long War In Ukraine; Zelenskyy Expected To Meet With U.S. Senators On Capitol Hill; Biden Expected To Meet With Netanyahu And Zelenskyy; Interview With Former Deputy Assistant Secretary Of State And Congressional Candidate For Maryland Joel Rubin (D); Trump Says He's Not Worried About Going To Jail; Sudden Storm Tramps Dozens Of Drivers On Flooded Atlanta Streets. Aired 2-3p ET

September 16, 2023
• UAW, Big 3 Returning To Bargaining Table; Search For The Missing In Flood-Ravaged Libya; Kim Tours Military Sites With Russian Defense Minister; U.S. Senators Push For Starlink Info; Morocco Earthquake; Death Of Mahsa Amini; FDA Panel Says Oral Decongestant Largely Ineffective; College Football. Aired 5-6a ET
• Investigating Trump; UAW, Big 3 Returning to Bargaining Table; Search for the Missing in Flood-Ravaged Libya; Ukrainian Retaking Andriivka Opens Way to Advance; Death of Mahsa Amini; Judge Issues Restraining Order on Luis Rubiales. Aired 4-5a ET
• Death of Mahsa Amini; Search for the Missing in Flood-Ravaged Libya; Kim Tours Military Sites with Russian Defense Minister; Judge Issues Restraining Order on Luis Rubiales; Famed Artist Fernando Botero Dies at 91. Aired 3-3:30a ET
• Trump Notably Absent In Iowa Campaign; Wisconsin Senate Votes To Remove State Elections Chief; Small Progress On Union And Automakers Deal; United Nations: Flood Death Toll Now 11,300 In Derna, Libya; New Video Shows Ukraine's Assault On Destroyed Andriivka; NASA Appoints UFO Research Chief, Urges Science-Based Approach. Aired 7-8p ET
• Florida GOP Scraps Loyalty Oath For Candidates; Special UAW: Reasonably Productive Considerations With Ford Today; Hunter Biden Facing Three Federal Gun Charges; Casino And Hotel Giants Caesars And MGM Hit by Hackers; Boebert Apologizes For Disrupting "Beetlejuice" Musical. Aired 6-7p ET
• Special Counsel Seeks Limited Gag Order On Trump; Automakers And Unions Return To Bargaining Table Today; Texas Attorney General Survives Impeachment Fight Brought By Fellow Republicans; Scholars Warn Outdated Constitution Has Put Democracy At Risk; Will Early Polls Correctly Predict The Future?; Talks Resume Between UAW & Big 3 Auto Companies; Inside The Fight To Curb San Francisco's Open-Air Drug Market. Aired 5-6p ET
• Texas Senate Votes To Acquit Ken Paxton On Articles Of Impeachment; GOP Candidates Campaigning In Iowa; Florida GOP Scraps Loyalty Oath For Candidates; UAW Strike Enters Second Day; Interview With Representative Robert Garcia (D-CA) About House GOP Impeachment Probe On President Biden; New Report: Border Patrol In Texas Separating Children From Families; NFL's Aaron Rodgers Doesn't Rule Out Returning This Season. Aired 4-5p ET
• Suspended Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton Acquitted By Texas Senate Of All Charges; United Auto Workers Union And Auto Makers Negotiate During First Day Of Targeted Strikes Against Big Three Auto Makers; Hunter Biden Indicted With Three Felony Gun Charges; Judge Rejects District Attorney Fani Willis's Proposal To Try Former President Trump And All 18 Co-Defendants At Once in Georgia Election Subversion Case; Nikki Haley And Other Republican Presidential Candidates Campaign In Iowa; Sinking Waters Levels Due To Drought Causing Fewer Ships To Travel Through Panama Canal. Aired 2-3p ET
• UAW Strike Hits Select Plants Of "Big Three" Automakers; New Report: Border Patrol In Texas Separating Children From Families While In Custody; Search For The Missing Continues In Flood-Ravaged Libya; Kevin McCarthy Stares Down Another Right-Wing Revolt As He Tries To Avert A Government Shutdown; Boebert Apologizes For Vaping, Disrupting "Beetlejuice" Musical. Aired 1-2p ET
• UAW Strike Enters Second Full Day; Soon: Texas Senate Vote On Attorney General Paxton's Impeachment; Special Counsel Seeks Limited Gag Order On Trump; 6 "Soldiers of Christ" Arrested for Killing Woman Found Beaten and Malnourished; Morocco Earthquake Leaves Thousands Homeless, Negotiations Set To Resume Between Striking Writers And Hollywood Studios. Aired 12-1p ET
• Residents Of Coastal New England And Canada Urged To Stay Inside As Lee Brings Fierce Winds And Rain; Lee Expected To Make Landfall In Canada Today; Lee A Post-Tropical Cyclone, Remains A Potent Storm; Investigators Examining If Hunter Biden Filed Taxes On Time; Special Counsel May Bring More Charges Against Hunter Biden; FDA: Popular Drugs For Colds, Allergies Don't Work; Lionel Messi Skipping Saturday Match in Atlanta. Aired 11a-12pm ET
• Dangerous Weather Conditions from Post Tropical Cyclone Lee Threaten Parts of New England and Northeast Canada; United Auto Workers Union and Auto Makers Negotiate during First Day of Targeted Strikes against Big Three Auto Makers in Michigan; Sen. Debbie Dingell (D-MI) Interviewed on UAW Strike and White House Response. Aired 10- 11a ET

September 15, 2023
• CNN International: Mounting Questions Over Whereabouts of China's Defense Minister; Ukraine Claims Andrivka Retaken in Fierce Fighting; Union Launches Strike Against Big Three U.S. Automakers; Joe Biden Dealing With Multiple Issues in Challenging Week. Aired 8-8:30a ET
• CNN International: United Auto Workers on Strike at Three U.S. Plants; Hunter Biden Indicted on Gun Charges; Trump Says He Discussed Pardoning Himself But Dismissed It; Spain's Ex-Football Chief Due in Court Over Kiss; Arm Stock Surges 25 Percent in Nasdaq Debut; Lampedusa Experiences Surge in Migrant Arrivals. Aired 4:30-5a ET
• CNN International: Devastation in Libya, at Least 5,000 Killed; Crews in Morocco Having Little Succes in Search for Survivors; Ukraine Claims Andriivka Retaken in Fierce Fighting; China's View on Deeper Russian-North Korean Alliance. Aired 4-4:30a ET
• Russian President Accepts NoKor Leader's Invitation to Visit Their Country; Biden and Zelenskyy will Meet for the Second Time in the United States; ICRC Described the Massive Flooding in Libya as Catastrophic and Brutal. Auto workers in Three States Launched a Simultaneous Strike to Demand Increase in Their Pay; Former Spanish Football Association Chief is in Court for Two Charges on Sexual Harassment and the Controversial Kiss; Hollywood Actor Makes his Directorial Stint in Tour De Rugby. Aired 3-4a ET
• State Media Releases Photos of Kim Jong-Un's Visits in Russian Military Sites; Hunter Biden Indicted on Gun Charges; UAW Members went on Strike as the Midnight Deadline is Expired. New Study: Conditions On Earth May Be Moving Outside "Safe Operating Space" For Humanity; Humans Pushing Limits Of Our Planet; Arm Stock Surges 25 Percent In Nasdaq Debut; Apollo Spacecraft On Moon Causing Lunar Quakes. Aired 2- 3a ET
• U.N. Says Most Libya Flood Deaths Could Have Been Avoided; Kim Visits Military Aviation Plant In Russia's Far East; U.S. Auto Workers Launch First Simultaneous Strike At Detroit Three; Iranian Hackers Target Secrets Held By Defense, Satellite And Pharmaceutical Firms; Ukraine Intensifies Attacks on Russia In Crimea and Black Sea; Ukraine Stepping Up Attacks in and Around Crimea; E.U., U.S. Firms Scramble to Meet Ukraine's Combat Needs; Cuban Leaders and Envoy to Moscow Send Conflicting Messages on War in Ukraine; Hunter Biden Indicted on Felony Gun Charges; Interview with Taika Waititi. Aired 1-2a ET
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September 14, 2023
• Kim Jong Un Continues Tour Of Russia, More Than 2,000 Evacuated In Ukraine's Kupiansk District, Catastrophic Crisis Unfolding In Libya, Stuck Cruise Ship In Greenland Has 3 COVID-19 Cases Aboard, Aired 8-8:30a ET
• CNN International: Tech Titans Gather in Senate for AI Forum; Ramaswamy Vows to Reduce Size of U.S. Federal Government; Morgues in Libya Overwhelmed as Death Toll Tops 6,000; Morocco Accepts Offers of Support from Several Countries; Plan to Dislodge Grounded Cruise Ship at Hight Tide Fails. Aired 4:30-5a ET
• CNN International: Republicans Open Impeachment Inquiry Against Biden; Fugitive Murderer Captured Two Weeks After Escape; Key Takeaways from Putin-Kim Summit in Easter Russia. Aired 4-4:30a ET
• NoKor Leader to Observe Russian Military Sites after Their Meeting with Russian President has Ended; Foreign Aids Pouring in from the Flood-devastated Libya; Tech Giants Met in Washington to Dissect Artificial Intelligence; Escaped Inmate now Captured after 14 Days; A Cruise Ship Stuck in Greenland's East Coast; Aaron Rodgers Out for the Entire NFL Season due to a Major Injury. Aired 3-4a ET
• Morgues Overwhelmed As Death Toll Tops 6,000; United Nations Goal: Use Early Warning Systems To Save Lives Worldwide; No Details On Possible North Korea-Russia Weapons Deal; Kim Jong-Un Appears To Endorse Russia's War On Ukraine; Ukraine Strikes Sevastopol Port In Crimea; Republicans Open Impeachment Inquiry Against Biden; ; Tech Titans Gather In Senate For AI Forum. Aired 2-3a ET
• Russia's Putin Accepts Kim's Invitation To Visit North Korea; South Korean And Polish Leaders Visit An Air Base In Eastern Poland; Ukraine Launches Strikes On Sevastopol Port; Morgues Overwhelmed In Libya As Floods Death Toll Tops 6,000; Plan To Dislodge Grounded Cruise Ship At High Tide Fails. Aired 1-2a ET
• Morgues Overwhelmed As Death Toll Tops 6000; North Korean State Media: Kim Invites Putin To Visit Pyongyang; Key Takeaways From Putin- Kim Summit In Eastern Russia; China's Xi Hosts Venezuela's Maduro For State Visit; Ukraine Strikes Sevastopol Port In Crimea; Residents Evacuate From Areas Near Front Lines; Morocco Accepts Offers Of Support From Several Countries; Biden Reacts To Impeachment Inquiry For First Time As Republicans Offer No Evidence Of Wrongdoing; Tech Titans Gather In Senate For AI Forum; Beijing Unveils "Blueprint" For Integrating Taiwan; Beijing Unveils 'Blueprint' for Integrating Taiwan; Fugitive Murderer Captured Two Weeks After Escape; Plan to Dislodge Grounded Cruise Ship at High Tide Fails. Aired 12-12:45a ET

September 13, 2023
• CNN International: Putin & Kim Hold Talks In Russia's Far East; North Korea Fires Missiles While Kim Is In Russia; Ukraine Launches Missile Strike On Sevastopol Shipyard; More Than 5,000 Dead, 10,000 Missing; North Korea Vows Support For Russia's Fight Against West; U.S. House Republicans Launch Impeachment Inquiry Into Biden; 500 Police Searching Wooded Area For Escaped Prisoner; Devastated Mountain Villages Desperately Wait For Help. Aired 8-8:30a ET
• CNN International: Kim Jong-un and Vladimir Putin Wrap Up Talks in Russia; White House Slams Opening of Biden Impeachment Inquiry; Possible United Auto Workers Strike Days Away; Israeli Supreme Court Hears Argument on Reasonableness Law. Aired 4:30-5a ET
• CNN International: Kim Kong-un and Vladimir Putin Wrap Up Talks in Russia; McCarthy Orders Impeachment Inquiry into Biden; Pennsylvania Manhunt Intensifies; More than 5,000 Presumed Dead, 10,000 Missing in Libya Flooding; Hard-Hit Villages Grappling with Aftermath of Quake in Morocco. Aired 4-4:30a ET
• North Korea and Russian Leaders Wrapped their Rare Meeting in East Russia; U.S. House Speaker Launches Impeachment Inquiry against President Joe Biden; Death toll in the massive flooding in Libya now reaches 5,000U.S. Government issues a Waiver to Release Restricted Funds leading to the Release of Five American Prisoners in Iran; Apple drops iPhone 15 with USB-C Charging Capability; Romanian Tennis Star slaps Four-year Ban on Anti-Doping violations. Aired 3-4a ET
• Kim Jong-un And Putin Meet In Russia; Manhunt To Catch A Killer; More Than 5,000 Presumed Dead, 10,000 Missing; Police Set Up New Perimeter For Escaped Killer; Apple Unveils New iPhone 15 Lineup, Apple Watch Series 9; Boy Band NSYNC Reunites For First Time In Ten Years. Aired 2-3a ET
• Putin And Kim Meet At Russia's Vostochny Cosmodrome; McCarthy Orders Impeachment Inquiry Into Biden; More Than 5,000 Presumed Dead, 10,000 Missing. Aired 1-2a ET
• More Than 5000 Presumed Dead, 10000 Missing; North Korea Leader In Russia To Meet With Putin; State Media: Kim Jong-Un Arrives At Vostochny Cosmodrome; South Korea: North Korea Fires Two Ballistic Missiles; Russian Backed Officials Accuse Ukraine Of Attacking Crimea; 13 Children Returned From Russian-Held Territory; Death Toll Climbs Past 2900, More Than 5500 Injured; U.S. Antitrust Case Against Google Opens; Ex-Spanish Football Chief Summoned To Testify On Friday; El Chapo's Wife Set To Be Released From Federal Prison; U.S. Antitrust Case Against Google Opens; North Korean Leader Meets with Russian President in Russia; McCarthy Orders Impeachment Inquiry into President Biden. Aired 12-1a ET

September 12, 2023
• CNN International: Kim Jong-Un Arrives In Russia Ahead Of Putin Meeting; At Least 2,000 Dead, 10,000 Reported Missing In Libya Floods; Desperate Search For Survivors After Morocco Earthquake; Remote Villages Hit Hard By Morocco's Devastating Quake; Supreme Court Hearing On Netanyahu's Judicial Reform; U.S. Caver Safe After Failing Ill 1,000 Meters Plus Underground; U.S. Warns Russia And North Korea Could Strike Arms Deal; Japan's Highest Peak Is Facing Overtourism; Hawaii's Kilauea Erupts For The Third Time This Year. Aired 8-8:30a ET
• CNN International: New Mexico Sheriff: No Way We Can Enforce Governor's Order; U.S. House Lawmakers Bracing for Volatile Session; Ukraine Urges Allies to Send Long-Range Missiles; Supreme Court Hearing on Netanyahu's Judicial Reform; Teacher Shortage Grips Schools Across America. Aired 4:30-5a ET
• CNN International: Police: Escaped Pennsylvania Killer is Armed; Kim Jong-un Travels to Russia for Talks with Putin; Thousands Feared Dead, Missing in Libya Flooding; Trump Asks Georgia Judge to Dismiss Charges; Morocco Earthquake Recovery. Aired 4-4:30a ET
• At least 6,000 people were missing in a major flood in Libya; NoKor Leader Apparently Arrived in Russia; Israel's Supreme Court Begins Arguments on the Controversial Judicial Overhaul Bill; Flooding Left Thousands Missing in Libya; Death Toll Mounting in Morocco's Earthquake. Vladimir Putin Mobilize Russian Troops; American Caver Mark Dickey Miraculously Saved. Aired 3-4a ET
• Thousands Feared Dead, Missing In Libya Flooding; Death Toll From Morocco Earthquake Climbs Past 2,800; Kim Jong-Un Takes Private Train To Russia For Putin Talks As United States Worries Two Leaders Will Strike An Arms Deal; Kremlin Promises "Full-Blown Visit" Between Putin And Kim; Supreme Court Hearing On Netanyahu's Judicial Reform; American Safe After Falling Ill Over 1000 Meters Underground. Aired 2- 3a ET
• Thousands Feared Dead, Missing In Libya Flooding; Death Toll From Morocco Earthquake Climbs Past 2,800; Kim Jong-un Travels To Russia For Talks With Putin; Spanish Court to Investigate Complaint Against Rubiales; Economic Impact of Extreme Weather; Mount Fuji Under Threat. Aired 1-2a ET
• Thousands Feared Dead, Missing In Libya Flooding; Death Toll From Morocco Earthquake Climbs Past 2800; Rescuers In Morocco Face Challenges Reaching Hard-Hit Areas; Russian State Media: Kim Jong-Un's Train Enters Russia; American Safe After Falling Ill Over 1000 Meters Underground; Zelenskyy Tells Ukraine To Prepare For "The Long War"; Source: Biden Expected To Make Final Decision Soon On Sending Long- Range Missiles To Ukraine; Morocco's Army Sets Up Field Hospital to Help Victims; Mount Fuji's World Heritage Site Status at Risk. Aired 12-12:45a ET

September 11, 2023
• CNN International: Kremlin: Kim Jong-Un to Visit Russia in "Coming Days"; Race to Find Survivors as Death Toll Rises to Nearly 2,500; U.S. President Meets With Top Officials in Hanoi; 341 New York Firefighters Die from 9/11 Illness. Aired 8-8:30a ET
• CNN International: Sunak: Interference in U.K. Democracy Unacceptable; Putin's Party Wins in Widely Criticized Regional Elections; Decoy Weapons Help Protect Ukraine's True Military Targets; Macron: Summit Not a Massive Diplomatic Victory for Russia. Aired 4:30-5a ET
• CNN International: Urgent Search for Survivors After Morocco Earthquake; Search for Escaped Killer Enters 12th Day; Rubiales Resigns as Spain's Soccer Chief After Unwanted Kiss Backlash; U.S. President Meets with Top Officials in Hanoi; Morocco Accepts Aid From Four Countries, More Ready to Help. Aired 4-4:30a ET
• Death toll in the Morocco earthquake now logs at 2,100. Spanish Football Association Chief Steps Down in the Wake of the Women's World Cup Kiss Controversy. Biden meets Vietnamese Officials to Boost Ties in Asia despite China's tensions; Foreign Aids Starting to Arrive in Morrocco for Assistance; Putin Claims Victory Despite Rigged Results; Djokovic Wins Fourth U.S. Open Title. Aired 3-4a ET
• More than 2,100 Dead After Massive Earthquake Hit Morocco; Manhunt for Escaped Killer in Pennsylvania Continues; Luis Rubiales Resigns as Soccer Chief; President Biden Visits Vietnam to Elevate Partnership; Ukraine Builds Decoy Weapons to Fool Russia; Nikki Haley Touts Her Chances Against Trump And Biden; Hurricane Lee Strengthens Back To Category Three; Hawaii's Jack Johnson Releases Music For Maui Wildfire Relief; Hawaii Kilauea Erupts For Third Time This Year; Celebrity Couple Address Backlash Over Masterson Support; Djokovic Defeats Medvedev, Now Has 24 Grand Slams; NFL's Patriots Hold "Tom Brady Appreciation Day". Aired 2-3a ET
• Morocco Races To Dig Out Survivors After Strongest Quake; Luis Rubiales Resigns As Spanish Soccer President Following Unwanted Kiss; Biden Leads U.S. Tech Executives In Talks With Business Leaders In Vietnam; 2,000 plus Killed after Powerful Earthquake Hits Morocco; Chile Commemorates Coup by Augusto Pinochet; Mexican President Endorses Former Mayor as Successor; Djokovic Wins U.S. Open. Aired 1- 2a ET
• 2,100+ People Killed as Powerful Earthquake Hits Morocco; Rubiales Resigns as Soccer Chief after Unwanted Kiss Backlash; U.S. President Set to Meet with Vietnamese Leaders; Decoy Weapons Help Protect Ukraine's True Military Targets; Mexican President Endorses Former Mayor as Successor. Aired 12-12:45a ET

September 10, 2023
• Biden Arrives in Hanoi for High-Level Talks; More Than 2,000 People Dead After Morocco Earthquake; Ukraine: 25 Russian Drones Shot Down Sunday. Aired 5-6a ET
• Morocco Earthquake Left Over 2,000 People Dead; After Quake, Rescuers Having Difficulty Reaching Mountain Areas; Survivors of Moroccan Earthquake Spend the Night Outside; Countries Offer Assistance to Morocco in the Aftermath of Devastating Earthquake; Biden to Travel to Vietnam for One Day of Talks; In Coming Days, Hurricane Lee, a Category 2 Storm, May Regain Strength; In Iowa, Trump and DeSantis Court Football Fans; Deadline for United Auto Workers' Strike is Approaching; Week Two of Manhunt for Escaped Convicted Killer Continues; Russia Claims Drone Attack on Crimea was Thwarted; Final Day of Voting Underway in Ukraine's Occupied Territories; Putin Encourages Voters to Trust Online Voting. Aired 4-5a ET
• Recovery Efforts Underway; Biden Heads to Vietnam; Gauff Wins U.S. Open. Aired 3-4a ET
• Morocco Earthquake Left Over 2,000 People Dead; Countries Offer Assistance to Morocco In The Aftermath Of Devastating Earthquake; Interview With International Federation Of Red Cross And Red Crescent Global Director Of Operations Caroline Holt; Hurricane Lee, A Category 2 Storm, May Regain Strength; Biden To Travel To Vietnam For One Day Of Talks; Ukraine Criticizes G20's Final Declaration As Insufficient; Joint Declaration "Nothing To Be Proud Of" Criticized By Ukraine; Russia's War In Ukraine; Putin Encourages Voters To Trust Online Voting; Coco Gauff Wins U.S. Open; In Iowa, Trump And DeSantis Court Football Fans; Hosting Of The G20 Summit By India Regarded As Significant Achievement; Manhunt Ends For Escaped Terrorism Suspect In The U.K.; Manhunt For Escaped Convicted Killer; American Caver Trapped In Turkey. Aired 2-3a ET
• More Than 2,000 People Dead After Morocco Earthquake; Biden On His Way To Vietnam For High-Level Talks; Ukraine Condemns G20's Final Declaration As Inadequate; Biden & Other Leaders Pay Respects At Gandhi Memorial; American Coco Gauff Wins Her First Tennis Grand Slam; Rescue Mission Underway To Save American Caver In Turkey. Aired 1-2 am ET
• More Than 2,000 People Dead After Morocco Earthquake; Quake's Impact Felt As Far Away As Algeria, Portugal; Offers Of Assistance Pour In From Across The Globe; Biden & Other Leaders Pay Respects At Gandhi Memorial; Ukraine: Joint Declaration "Nothing To Be Proud Of"; Escaped Terrorism Suspect Back Behind Bars In England; Search For Escaped Convicted Killer Now In Week Two; NM Governor Suspends Open Carry Of Guns In Albuquerque; Kyiv Urges Ukrainians No To Participate In "Sham" Vote; Putin Urges Voters To Trust Online Balloting; Rescue Mission Underway To Save American Caver In Turkey; Biden Departing India To Visit To Vietnam; American Coco Gauff Wins First Grand Slam Title; Highlights And Lowlight At Top Rugby Tournament. Aired 12-1a ET
• Manhunt for Escaped Convicted Murderer Intensifies; Search For Survivors After Powerful Quake In Morocco; Interview With Representative Zoe Lofgren (D-CA) About Biden's Vietnam Trip And The Georgia Election Interference Case; Rudy Giuliani Fights Georgia Charges; Giuliani Fights Georgia Charges Claiming Deficiencies; Michigan State Suspends Head Football Coach Amid Probe Into Reported Sexual Harassment Accusations; US Lawmakers Alarmed Over China Buying Up Lands. Aired 7-8p ET
• Spanish Soccer President Resigns Over Unwanted Kiss On World Cup Winner; New Sighting Of Escaped Convicted Murderer; Death Toll Rising After Powerful Quake Hits Morocco; Ashton Kutcher And Mila Kunis Apologize Over Support For Danny Masterson; Trump Stays On Campaign Trail Despite Court Woes; Interview With Representative Jim Himes (D-CT) About Ukraine, Biden's Asia Trip And House Budget. Aired 6-7p ET
• Did Not Air 5-6p ET
• New Sighting of Escaped Convicted Murderer; More Than 2,000 Killed After Powerful Quake Hits Morocco; President Biden Looks To Strengthen U.S.-Vietnam Ties As G20 Wraps; Category 2 Hurricane Lee May Regain Strength By Tomorrow; Flamingos Spotted In Ohio Following Hurricane Idalia; 145,000 Auto Workers Set To Strike This Week If No Deal Reached; 1-Day Strike By Auto Workers Could Cost U.S. Economy $5 Billion; Luis Rubiales Resigns As President Of Spanish Football Federation; "Hard Hits: Can Football Be Safe?" Airs Tonight At 8PM ET/PT. Aired 4-5p ET

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