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July 29, 2021
• Mask Debate Intensifies in Florida As Covid Cases Surge; Florida Parent Urges Caution As Cases Spread among Children; WHO Says Global Cases Rise for Fifth Consecutive Week; England Ends Quarantine for Vaccinated EU, U.S. Visitors; Officers Want Support from Federal Order of Police; Covid Patients, Families Expressed Regret Over Refusing Vaccine. Aired 4:30-5a ET
• Biden Expected to Mandate Vaccines for Federal Workers; Some Companies Requiring Employees to Get Vaccinated; 17 Senate Republicans Vote to Advance Infrastructure Plan; Health Expert: Growing Risk to Those in Olympic Bubble; American Caeleb Dressel Wins 100-Meter Freestyle Gold; Alaska Under Tsunami Warning After 8.2 Earthquake; Brothers Refuse to Evacuate as Dixie Fire Burns in California; U.S., Russia Begin Strategic Stability Talks. Aired 4-4:30a ET
• Smoldering Heat Affects Athletes in Japan; COVID-19 Cases in Japan Continue to Rise; Delta Variant Fueling COVID-19 Cases in Asia; England Makes it Easy for U.S. and E.U. Tourists to Visit U.K.; Millions of Americans Still Skeptical of Getting Their Jabs. Aired 3- 3:45a ET
• Partisan Divide Deepens over Masking Even as Cases Rise; U.S Report Says, China may Be Expanding Its Nuclear Arsenal; 19-Year-Old Woman Aims to Set Aviation Records. Aired 2-3a ET
• U.S. Gymnasts Go For All-Around Gold with Biles Out; Delta Variant May Make Booster Shot Necessary; Anti-Vaxxer Regret. Aired 1- 2a ET
• Athletes Suffer In Oppressive Heat And Humidity; Medal Events In Swimming, Rowing, Women's Gymnastics; WHO: Global Cases Rise For Fifth Consecutive Week; England Ends Quarantine For Vaccinated E.U., U.S. Visitors; Cuban Regime Takes Hardline Toward Recent Protests; Partisan Divide Deepens Over Masking Even As Cases Rise. Aired 12- 12:45a ET
• California and Nevada Governors Plead for Federal Aid; New Study Warns of Long-Term Impact of COVID; Research Says COVID Is Linked to Cognitive Decline; Texas Teachers Urge Governor to Allow School Mask Mandates; What Parents Can Learn from Gymnast Who Left Olympic Games. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• USA Wins Women's All-Around Gymnastics Gold; Infrastructure Negotiations; Interview With Orange County, Florida, Mayor Jerry Demings; Vaccinations Jump Amid COVID Surge. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• USA Gymnast Sunisa Lee Wins Women's All-Around Gymnastics Gold; House Republicans Revolt over Reimposed Mask Mandate; E.R. Doctor: Patients Listening to Misinformation "Instead of Me"; Update on Coronavirus Reponses Around the World; Stabbing of Women & Dog in Atlanta Park Underscores Surge in Violent Crime Nationwide; Biden Facing New Pressure from Immigration Activists. Aired 2:30-3p ET
• Interview With Sen. Tammy Baldwin (D-WI); Interview With MGM Resorts President and CEO Bill Hornbuckle; Vaccinations Jump Amid COVID Surge. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• 17 Republicans Join Democrats to Move Forward on Infrastructure Deal; U.S. Gymnast Suni Lee Wins Gold; Former Olympic Gymnast, Dominique Moceanu, Discusses Simone Biles, Mental Health, the Pressure of the Games Now and Then; Ex-Cop Who Stormed Capitol Jailed After Buying 37 Guns. Aired 1:30-2p ET
• Get Vaccinated or Get Out, Corporate America Requiring Shots; Israel Preparing to Offer Third Vaccine Dose; Outbreak at New York Summer Camp Fueled by Unvaccinated Kids. Aired 1-1:30p ET
• Survey Shows 85 Percent of Flight Attendants Have Dealt with Unruly Passengers; Unemployment Rate for Black and Latino Women on the Rise; American Suni Lee Wins Individual All-Around Gold. Aired 10:30- 11a ET
• Corporations Requiring Vaccine As COVID Surge Threatens Business; Miami-Dade County Mandating Masks in All County Facilities; 17 Republicans Join Democrats to Move Forward on Infrastructure Deal. Aired 10-10:30a ET
• Lollapalooza Takes Place in Chicago; Duke Requires Masks Indoors; Ex-Cop Jailed After Buying Guns; Police Call on Union to Denounce Insurrection; Fires Sweep Across Portions of the U.S. Aired 9:30-10a
• Corporate America Requiring Shot; Biden Announces Vaccine Requirement; Breakthrough on Infrastructure Bill; Biles' Talks about Mental Health. Aired 9-9:30a ET


July 28, 2021
• Simone Biles Withdraws from All-Around Final; U.S. Report: China May Be Expanding Its Nuclear Arsenal; Biden Visits Intel Community for First Time as President; Trump Allies Still Downplaying Implications of Attack; How Riot Testimony Played on Right-Wind Media. Aired 4:30-5a ET
• Simone Biles Out of Olympic All-Around Competition; Japan Tops Dominican Republic in Baseball Opener; CDC Revises Mask Guidance as Covid Cases Rise Across U.S.; Police Officers Deliver Harrowing Accounts of Attack; Changes May Be Coming to U.K.'s International Travel Restrictions; Heat Wave Strengthening Wildfires in Southern Europe. Aired 4-4:30a ET
• Simone Biles Withdraws from Women's All-Around Final; Ecuador Revokes Citizenship of WikiLeaks Founder; Tackling Plastic Pollution with the Power of Community. Aired 3-3:45a ET
• Heat Wave Intensifying European Wildfires; New COVID-19 Infections Soar Across Southeast Asia; Sardinia Fighting Back Devastating Wildfires. Aired 2-3a ET
• Simone Biles Quit Teams Final, Citing Mental Health; IMF: Vaccine Inequality Threatens Global Economic Recovery; Heat Wave Strengthening Wildfires in Southern Europe. Aired 1-2a ET
• Simone Biles Quits Team Final, Citing Mental Health; Japan Hosts Dominican Republic In Baseball Opener; IOC Says More Can Be Done For Athletes' Mental Health. CDC Revises Mask Guidance As COVID Cases Rise Across U.S.; Police Officers Deliver Harrowing Accounts Of January 6 Attack; U.S. Secretary Of State To Meet PM Modi In India. Aired 12-12:45a EST
• Debate Over Masking Erupts Nationwide as Cases Surge; Rep. Stefanik Says Pelosi Bears Responsibility for Jan. 6 Riot; Republicans Try to Diminish First Jan. 6 Select Committee Hearing; Federal Reserve Keeps Ultra-Low Interest Rates Unchanged; England to Allow Fully Vaccinated from The U.S. and E.U. to Avoid Quarantine Next Week; Nearly 39,000 U.S. Children and Teens Caught COVID Last Week. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• Bipartisan Infrastructure Deal Reached?; COVID Cases Rising. Aired 3-3:30p ET.
• Biden Speaks As Negotiators Announce Infrastructure Deal; Interview With Rep. Pramila Jayapal (D-WA); Source: Biden To Require COVID-19 Vaccinations Or Testing For All Federal Government Workers; CDC Director: Delta Variant Spreading Among Fully Vaccinated; Gov. DeSantis Slams Safety Measures As Cases Rise In Florida; Pfizer Announces Third Shot Will Help Protect Against Delta Variant. Aired 2:30-3p ET
• President Biden Delivers Address on Manufacturing. Aired 2- 2:30p ET
• Justice Department Won't Defend Rep. Mo Brooks Against Incitement Lawsuit; Simone Biles Sparks New Debate over Mental Health; Soon, Biden to Speak on Importance of American Manufacturing, Well- Paying Jobs Amid Reports of Infrastructure Deal; Flight Attendants Learn How to Defend Themselves as Passengers Become More Violent. Aired 1:30-2p ET
• CDC Says, Even Fully Vaccinated People Should Now Wear Masks Indoors; GOP Senators Say, Major Progress on Infrastructure Deal; Rep. Bennie Thompson (D-MS) Says Subpoenas Coming Soon from January 6 Committee. Aired 1-1:30p ET
• Biles Withdraws from All-Around Final to Focus on Mental Health; Baltimore Sees 151 Percent Spike in New COVID Cases in Past Month; Flight Attendants Take Self-Defense Training as Incidents with Aggressive and Violent Passengers Spike. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• CDC Says, Even Fully Vaccinated People Should Now Wear Masks Indoors; CNN Reports, Biden to Require Vaccine or Test for All Federal Workers; Rep. Bennie Thompson (D-MS) Says Subpoena Coming Soon from January 6 Committee. Aired 10-10:30a ET
• Biles Withdraws From All-Around Final; Biden, GOP Governors Clash Over CDC's Reinstated Mask Guidance; Biden Warns Cyberattacks Could Lead To War. Aired 9:30-10a ET
• CDC: Even Fully Vaccinated People Should Now Wear Masks Indoors; CNN: Biden To Require Vaccine Or Test For All Federal Workers; Pfizer: Data Show Third Vaccine Dose Boosts Delta Variant Protection; Rep. Thompson Says Subpoenas Coming "Soon" From Jan. 6 Committee; Kinzinger Says GOP Calls For Him, Cheney To Be Punished Are "Petty"; Officer: Many In GOP Have Trump "Above Their Country". Aired 9-9:30a ET


July 27, 2021
• Games Freeze Due to Bad Weather in Japan; Naomi Osaka Failed to Defend Her Title; Many Young Athlete Got Their Gold Medal Early in the Game; Tropical Storm Nepartak on Its Way to Tokyo; Tunisia's President Sacked the Prime Minister; U.S. Forces Will Remain in Afghanistan to Assist Afghan Forces; U.K. Impose its Green Pass; Young Adults in U.K. Skeptical of the Vaccine. Aired 3-4a ET
• First Person Charged Under National Security Law Found Guilty; Vatican Opens Trial Of Prominent Cardinal, Nine Others; One Man's Mission to Save the World's Sharks. Aired 2-3a ET
• COVID-19, Tropical Storm Put a Damper on Olympics; Biden Announces End of U.S. Combat Mission in Iraq; Severe Drought Has Led to Deadly Protests in Iran. Aired 1-2a ET
• Flurry Of Medals Handed Out At Swimming Events; Tropical Storm Nepartak Threatens Games With Heavy Rain; President Sacks Prime Minister, Suspends Parliament; Joe Biden Announce End Of U.S. Combat Mission In Iraq; Slowing Vaccinations Trigger Stricter Measures In Europe. Aired 12-1a EST
• Minority Leader McCarthy Says He Didn't Watch Hearing; Cheney: We Must Account for Every Minute at White House on January 6; Simone Biles Withdraws from Team Final Event, Cites Mental Health; Kinzinger: GOP Toxic Response to January 5 a Disservice to Officers; Group of New Jersey Parents Files Lawsuit to Block Mask Mandates. Aired 3:30-4p ET.
• CDC Updates Mask Guidance; Insurrection Hearings Begin. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• Police Retell Horrors Of January 6 As Capitol Riot Probe Begins; Simone Biles Withdraws From Gold Medal Event Citing Mental Health; Twenty-Four-Year-Old Gets Double-Lung Transplant Because Of COVID; Special Runoff Election In Texas Could Hinge On Endorsements, Testing Trump's Political Clout; Trump Endorses Ken Paxton In TX A.G. Race Instead Of George P. Bush. Aired 2:30-3p ET
• CDC Expected to Update Mask Guidance; Insurrection Hearings Begin. Aired 2-2:30p ET
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July 26, 2021
• U.S. Won its First Gold Medal on Sunday; Fans Can't Hide Their Excitement; U.S. Cases Going Up, Vaccination Drops; Missouri's St. Louis County Back to Mask Mandate; U.K. to Impose COVID Passport; Hospitalizations in U.K. Triggered by Mass Gatherings; U.S. Forces Will Continue to Support Afghan Forces. Aired 3-4a ET
• Olympic Games Updates In Japan As New COVID-19 Cases Surge; Rising COVID-19 Cases All Across The U.S.; House Select Committee To Investigate The Capitol Riot Starts Tuesday; CNN's Exclusive Interview With Pakistani Taliban Leader; Tunisia President Suspends Parliament And Dismisses Prime Minister; Jordan's King Call Half Brother's Action Amateurish. Aired 2-3a ET
• Thousands of Brazilians Demanding President's Impeachment; Tunisian President Sacks Prime Minister, Freezes Parliament; Pakistani Taliban Leader Reacts to Gains by Afghan Taliban; U.S. Diplomat in China for Talks Amid Soaring Tensions. Aired 1-2a ET
• Japan Contends with Pandemic, Tropical Storm and Games; New South Wales Officials: COVID Restrictions are Working; Indonesia Has Become Epicenter of Outbreak in Southeast Asia; French Lawmakers Approve Bill Expanding Health Pass Use; At Least 149 Killed in Flooding, Landslides in India; U.S. Diplomat in China for Talks Amid Soaring Tensions; Pakistan Taliban Leader Reacts to Gains by Afghan Taliban. Aired 12-1a ET
• Barrack Pleads Not Guilty to Illegal Foreign Lobbying Charges; St. Louis County Official Says COVID Numbers Too Alarming to Ignore; Wildwood Mayor Plans to Fight Mask Mandate; Outbreak in Massachusetts Town Infected 380+ Vaccinated People; California Dixie Fire Now 15th Largest in State History; Officers and Bystanders Lift Car to Save Pinned Baby. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• Trump Associate Pleads Not Guilty; Infrastructure Negotiations in Danger?; Interview With Gov. Gavin Newsom (D-CA); COVID Cases Rising. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• Growing GOP Group Wants Kinzinger, Cheney Punished for Joining Jan 6th Select Committee; Biden: I Whipped Donald Trump in Virgina; Biden Meets with Iraqi Prime Minister Al-Kadhimi; Department of Veterans Affairs Will Require Health Workers to be Vaccinated; Some Districts Kept from Ordering Mask Use as School Year Looms. Aired 2:30-3p ET
• Insurrection Committee Hearings Set to Begin; COVID Spiking. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• Sen. Mazie Hirono (D-HI) Discusses U.S. to Continue Airstrikes in Support of Afghan Forces After Withdrawal & the Bipartisan Blame Game as Infrastructure Talks Hit Hurdles; Parents Split on Vaccinations as Student Return to School; Team USA Off to a Mixed Start in Tokyo; 13-Year-Old From Japan Takes Gold in Women's Street Skateboarding; Trump Ally Tom Barrack Pleads Not Guilty to Illegal Lobbying Charges; Clark Atlanta University Clears Student Account Balances. Aired 1:30-2p ET
• Cases Up, Mandates Back as Unvaccinated Americans Hinder Progress; Right now, House Select Committee Meeting to Prepare for First Critical January 6 Hearing; Biden to Announce End of U.S. Combat Mission in Iraq. Aired 1-1:30p ET
• Biden, Iraqi Prime Minister to Announce End of U.S. Combat Mission in Iraq; Rep. Liz Cheney (R-WY) to Give an Opening Statement at Tomorrow's January 6th Hearing; Georgia School Reopenings Cause Confusion over Varying Mask Policies. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• Fauci on Variant Surge, We're Going in the Wrong Direction; Today, House Select Committee Expected to Meet to Continue Preparations for First January 6 Hearing. Aired 10-10:30a ET
• Cops and Bystanders Save Mom and Baby; Dixie Fire Burns at Least 192,000 Acres; End of U.S. Combat Mission in Iraq; American Simmers Make Splash at Olympics. Aired 9:30-10a
• COVID Surges in 48 States; Lawsuit to Stop St. Louis Mask Mandate; GOP Group Wants Kinzinger and Cheney Punished; New Capitol Police Chief Comments on Threat. Aired 9-9:30a ET.


July 25, 2021
• Tokyo Olympics 2020; Louisiana Leads In New U.S. COVID-19 Cases; Health Pass Drives Protests In France; Greece Protests Over Required Vaccinations; Japan's Underground Skateboarding Goes Mainstream; Nevada Business Owner Turns Shop Into Vaccination Site; Crews Battle 88 Fires Across The U.S.; Companies Hesitate To Partner With Olympics. Aired 5-6a ET
• Tokyo Olympics 2020; Delta Variant Fueling Rise in U.S. Infections; Greece Protests over Required Vaccinations; Japan's Underground Skateboarding Goes Mainstream; Arkansas Has Third Lowest Vaccination Rate in the U.S.; Global Climate Crisis. Aired 4-5a ET
• Tokyo Olympics 2020; Louisiana Leads in New U.S. COVID-19 Cases; Greece Protests over Required Vaccinations; Brazilians Protest Bolsonaro; Companies Hesitate to Partner with Olympics; Hungary Rallies against Homophobic Law; Arizona Flooding; Global Climate Crisis; Crews Battle 88 Fires across the U.S. Aired 3-4a ET
• Tokyo Olympics 2020; Florida COVID-19 Cases Soar; Arizona Flooding; U.N. Warns of Growing Jihadist Threats; Hungary Rallies against Homophobic Law; Borscht Belt Comic Jackie Mason Dies at 93. Aired 2-3a ET
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• Tokyo Olympics 2020; Greece Protests over Required Vaccinations; Hungary Rallies against Homophobic Law; Japan's Underground Skateboarding Goes Mainstream; South Korean TV Network Apologizes for Images, Captions; Global Climate Crisis; Delta Variant Fueling Rise in U.S. Infections; NASA's Mars Rover Collects Rock Sample. Aired 12-1a ET
• Arkansas Doctor Pleads For People To Get Vaccinated; Interview With Gov. Andy Beshear (D-KY) About COVID-19; Interview With Rep. Ruben Gallego (D-AZ) About The January 6 Select Committee; Memorial Concert Honors Surfside Condo Collapse Victims; Civil Rights Legend, Bob Moses Dies At 86; Golf Stars Out After Testing Positive For COVID- 19. Aired 7-8p ET
• U.S. Sees Summer Surge In COVID Cases As Vaccinations Stall; Rep. Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) Appoints GOP Rep. Adam Kinzinger (R-IL) To January 6 Committee; Some Conservatives Change Course, Suddenly Embrace Vaccines; Interview With Rep. Mariannette Miller-Meeks (R-IA) About COVID-19; Tokyo Reports More Than 1,700 New COVID-19 Cases; Memorial Concert Near Surfside Honors Collapse Victims. Aired 6-7p ET
• Surging COVID-19 Cases Throughout The U.S. Because Of The Delta Variant And Stalled Vaccinations; Rep. Adam Kinzinger Chosen As Second Republican To The January 6 Select Committee; Conservatives Shift To Pushing For Vaccinations; President Biden's Final Push For The Infrastructure Deal; Arkansas COVID-19 Cases Soaring; Impact Of Delta Variant And Inflation On Wall Street; NFL To Fine Unvaccinated Players. Aired 5-6p ET
• Interview With Rep. James Clyburn (D-SC); House Speaker Nancy Pelosi Appoints GOP Rep Kinzinger To January 6 Select Committee; U.S. Sees Summer Surge In COVID-19 Cases As Vaccinations Stall; Florida Leads U.S. In Infections; Team USA Basketball; COVID In The Olympics; A Woman's COVID Story; CNN Heroes. Aired 4-5p ET
• Dr. Fauci Says Mask Guidelines For Fully Vaccinated Under Discussion; Donald Trump Spends More Than One Hour On Election Lies In Arizona; Police To Testify At First Hearing Of January 6 Committee. Aired 3-4p ET
• Pelosi Appoints GOP Rep. Adam Kinzinger To January 6th Committee; NFL: Outbreaks Among Unvaccinated Players Could Mean Forfeits; Fauci: Mask Guidelines For Fully Vaccinated Under Discussion; Interview With Rep. Bennie Thompson (D-MS); McCarthy Says GOP Will Begin Its Own Investigation into January 6th; Trump Supporters Echo False Election Claims At Arizona Event. Aired 2-3p ET


July 24, 2021
• Florida State Has Most COVID-19 In U.S.; Delta Variant Challenges Israel's Success; Tokyo 2020 Officially Underway; Alabama Least Vaccinated U.S. State; New South Wales Likely To Extend Restrictions Past July 30; Hungary Plans Referendum On Homophobic "Child Protection" Law; Wildfires Across The U.S. Aired 5-6a ET
• Tokyo 2020 Officially Underway; U.K. Government under Fire for Lifting Restrictions; New South Wales Likely to Extend Restrictions past July 30; Delta Variant Challenges Israel's Success; Florida State Has Most COVID-19 in U.S.; Wildfires across the U.S. Aired 4-5a ET
• Tokyo 2020 Officially Underway; Florida State Has Most COVID-19 in U.S.; Coronavirus Surging across Asia; Hungary Plans Referendum on Homophobic "Child Protection" Law; Trump Ally Tom Barrack Strikes $250 Million Bail Deal; House Speaker to Bolster Credibility of Capitol Riot Investigative Panel; Wildfires across the U.S. Aired 3-4a ET
• Tokyo 2020 Officially Underway; Portuguese Olympic Surfer Tests Positive for COVID-19; Thailand Struggles with Vaccine Shortage; U.K. Government under Fire for Lifting Restrictions; Gunshots, Protests Disrupt Moise Funeral; Australia Pushes Back on Great Barrier Reef as "In Danger". Aired 2-2:45a ET
• Tokyo 2020 Officially Underway; Opening Ceremony in Virtually Empty Stadium; Two Pacific Storms Threaten Japan, China. Aired 12- 12:15a ET
• Coronavirus Pandemic; Tokyo Games; White House Shifts To Urgent Tone As Pandemic Enters Troubling New Phase; Climate Crisis' Impact On Extreme Weather Alarms Scientists; NFL Chief Medical Officer Doctor Allen Sills On COVID Rules. Aired 8-9p ET
• Italy Approves "Green Pass" To Force Unvaccinated To Stay Home; Mass Isolation Due To COVID Threatens U.K.'s Food Supply; Delta Variant Causes Explosion Of Cases Throughout Asia; Mask Mandates Back On The Table As COVID Cases Surge; More Counties Declare Emergency As Fires Rage In The West; Interview With Rep. Charlie Crist (D-FL); Tucker Carlson Leads Chorus Of Vaccine Critics On FOX News; Schools Struggle To Fill Job Openings. Aired 7-8p ET
• Mask Mandates Back On The Table As COVID Surges Nationwide; U.S. Fails To Win Medal On Day One Of Tokyo Games; NFL Chief Medical Officer On COVID Rules; Alleged Rioter Arrested After Bumble Match Alerts FBI; Trump Returns To Arizona To Peddle Election Fraud Claims; Biden White House Promise Of Transparency Clashes With COVID Response. Aired 6-7p ET
• Louisiana Leads Nation In New COVID Case Growth; Los Angeles County Tops 3,000 New Daily Cases; Georgia Congressman Arrested At Voting Rights Protest; Biden: Eliminating Filibuster Would Lead To "Chaos" In Congress; Tom Manger Takes Over As New Chief Of U.S. Capitol Police; Vaccine Debate Divides Sports World; New Book Looks At Presidential Friendships That Shaped U.S. History. Aired 5-6p ET
• Delta Variant Fuels 65 Percent Jump In New Infections Across U.S.; CDC: Pace Of People Becoming Fully Vaccinated Hits Another Low; NFL QB Won't Say Vaccination Status, Inaccurately Cites HIPAA; First Olympic Medals Awarded Amid New Cases; Trump Holds Rally In Maricopa County, Arizona, Where An Audit Is Underway; Pelosi Considers Adding Republican Adam Kinzinger To January 6 Select Committee; Bumble Match Turns In January 6 Suspect Who Allegedly Whipped Police. Aired 4-5p ET
• Trump Going To Arizona To Peddle False Election Fraud Claims; "Washington Post:" Trump PAC Spends Zero Of Its $75 Million Raised This Year On Arizona "Fraudit"; Eighteen States Have Enacted New Laws That Make It Harder To Vote; Voting Rights Activists Push Biden To Take More Action; NFL Players Push Back On League's New COVID-19 Policy; Book, "I Alone Can Fix It," Showcases Trump's Many Lies. Aired 3-4p ET
• Delta Variant Of Coronavirus Spreading Rapidly In U.S. Particularly Among Unvaccinated; DOJ Announces It Will Not Investigate Some State Orders Mandating Nursing Homes Allow COVID-19 Positive Residents Admission; President Biden Campaigns For Democratic Virginia Gubernatorial Candidate Terry McAuliffe; President Biden's Defense Of Senate Filibuster Draws Criticism; Massive Wildfires Burning Across U.S. Western States; Supply Shortages Affecting Back To School Shopping. Aired 2-3p ET
• Mask Mandates Back On The Table As COVID-19 Surges Nationwide; Vaccination Rates Lag As Delta Variant Surges Across U.S.; Alabama Governor: Unvaccinated Folks Are Letting Us Down; FBI Warns Of Potential Hacker Attacks During Games; Bumble Match Turns In January 6 Suspect Who Allegedly Whipped Police; Joris Ray, Superintendent, Shelby County School District, Discusses Parent Anger Over Mask Mandate For Students; Pandemic Worsens America's Teacher Shortage; Report: Trump's PAC Not Funding Election "Audits" He Touts. Aired 1-2p ET
• Louisiana Governor Issues New Guidance Amid Spike In New Infections; Alabama Governor Blames New Case Surge On Unvaccinated People; Mask Mandates Back On The Table As COVID-19 Surges Nationwide; U.S. Women's Water Polo Dominates Japan 25-4 In Opener; Tom Manger Takes Over As New Chief Of U.S. Capitol Police; Biden's Hometown Of Scranton Feeling Impact Of Inflation; 80-Plus Wildfires Blazing Across Western U.S., More States Of Emergencies Declared. Aired 12-1p ET
• Communities Bring Back Safety Measures To Cure New Infections; Olympic Games Officially Underway; CIA Inspector General Investigating "Havana Syndrome" Cases; Biden Attacks Trump At Campaign Rally In Virginia; Climate Crisis Is Melting Roads, Warping Infrastructure In U.S. Aired 11a-12p ET
• Delta Variant of Coronavirus Spreading Rapidly in U.S. Particularly among Unvaccinated; Department of Justice Announces It Will Not Investigate Some State Orders Mandating Nursing Homes Allow COVID-19 Positive Residents Admission; Resurgence of Coronavirus Cases Causing Some School Districts to Mandate Masks for Students and Staff; Massive Wildfire Burning Across U.S. Western States. Aired 10-11a ET


July 23, 2021
• After a year-long delay it is the final sprint to the Olympics in Japan; Standing By for a Decision: The UNESCO World Heritage Committee on Australia's Great Barrier Reef Endangered Listing; U.N. Warning of Increased Threats from Terror Groups Linked with ISIS and Al-Qaeda. Aired 4:30-5a ET
• Opening Ceremony for Summer Games Just Hours Away; U.S. Vaccination Rates Down to Lowest Point Since January; Florida Governor Adamant About No Mask Mandate as Cases Surge; U.K.,10,000 Key Workers Now Exempt From Self-Isolation; Delta Variant Fuels Surge in Covid-19 Infections Across Asia; Pelosi Looks to Bolster Bipartisan Standing of January 6 Panel; Thousands of Firefighters Battling 80 Blazes in 13 States. Aired 4-4:30a ET
• Dreams Crushed by COVID-19; From Full Packed Stadium to Bare Venue; Spectators Watch While in Self-Isolation; Pingdemic Affects Food Supply in Britain; Italy Imposed Green Pass Rule; Bolsonaro Supporters Leaving Him Over Poor Performance; Tokyo 2020 Will Officially Begin as COVID Looms; Australia Pushes Back on Possible In Danger Rating; Floods and Wildfires Bring Climate Crisis into Focus; Global Threat of Terror; U.S. Sanctions Parts of Cuban Regime Following Protests; Surfer is Stoked as Watery Sport Makes Its Olympic Debut. Aired 3-4a ET
• Tokyo 2020 Olympics Will Take Place Amid COVID Cases Rising; Asia Battling the Delta Variant; Concern in U.K. and Wales Over an COVID-19 App; Italy and Israel to Mandate Green Pass; Impact of Vaccinations in Africa; Japan under pressure to host safe Olympics amid COVID surge; China flooding: Survivors recused after days without food, water; Australia pushes back on possible in danger rating. Aired 2-2:45a ET
• All Eyes on Tokyo 2020; Delta Variant Drives Global COVID Surge; YouTube Pulls Bolsonaro Videos for Spreading Misinformation; Japan Spent Billions on Games, Ended up Barring Spectators; U.N. Warns of Growing Jihadist Threats; Australia Pushes Back on Possible "In Danger" Rating; Uncertainty Grows for Chinese IPOs on U.S. Markets. Aired 1-2a ET
• Opening Ceremony for Summer Games Just Hours Away; Japan Spent Billions on Games, Ended Up Barring Spectators; Delta Variant Fuels Surge in COVID Infections Across Asia; WHO Calls for All-Out Vaccination Effort in Africa; Italy Announces Mandatory 'Green Pass' to Curb Cases; U.N. Warns of Growing Jihadist Threats; Australia Pushes Back on Possible 'In Danger' Rating for Great Barrier Reef; Bolsonaro Losing Support in Brazil. Aired 12-12:45a ET
• FBI Received 4,500+ Tips During Kavanaugh Background Investigation; Interview with Shontel Brown Democratic Congressional Candidate on Unvaccinated People; NFL Threatens Teams: Forfeit Games if Unvaccinated Outbreaks; Don Lemon Explores: Where Have All the Theme Songs Gone? Aired 3:30-4p ET
• FBI's Investigation of Brett Kavanaugh Under Fire; U.S. and Russia to Launch Strategic Stability Talks; Republican Governor Blames Unvaccinated For Continuing Pandemic. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• Alabama's GOP Governor: It's Time to Start Blaming the Unvaccinated; On the Frontline with Crews Battling Massive Bootleg Fire; Olympics Open Historic Games Amid COVID Spike; MLB's Cleveland Indians Changing Name to "Guardians"; Tarrant, Alabama, City Councilman Refuses to Resign after Using "N" World During Meeting. Aired 2:30-3p ET
• Indicted Trump Associate Reaches Bail Agreement; CIA Investigating Havana Syndrome; Olympic Games Begin; Delta Surging. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• Few Spectators in Stands as Opening Ceremony Kicks off Olympic Games; Bootleg Fire Scorches Hundreds of Thousands of Acres in Oregon; Wildfire Smoke from West Stretches Across U.S.; NFL Warns Teams Outbreaks Among Unvaccinated Players Could Lead to Forfeits, Financial Loses; Trump Ally Tom Barrack Released on Bail After Indicted on Illegal Lobbying Charges. Aired 1:30-2p ET
• Unvaccinated Americans Fuel Rise in Hospitalizations; Rep. Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) Looks to Add Another GOP Member to Committee; Naomi Osaka Lights Cauldron to Officially Open Tokyo Games. Aired 1- 1:30p ET
• L.A. County Officials Say Delta Variant is Game-Changer as Cases Rise Among Vaccinated; CIA Inspector General Reviewing Havana Syndrome Cases; Opening Ceremony Underway in Tokyo Amid COVID Spike. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• Pandemic Isolated to Those Who Won't Get Vaccine; Rep. Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) Considers Adding GOP Rep. Adam Kinzinger (R-IL) to January 6 Panel; A.G. Garland Says New Firearms Trafficking Strike Forces are Part of Larger Package DOJ Using to Combat Violent Crime. Aired 10-10:30a ET


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