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May 20, 2022
• War Crimes Trial of Russian Soldier Resumes in Kyiv; Biden Arrives in South Korea to Begin First Asia Trip; Parts of U.S. Threatened by Fires, Hight Temps, Droughts. Aired 4:30-5a ET
• Biden Visits South Korea, Japan on First Asia Trip; Ukraine: At Least 12 Civilians Killed in Russian Shelling; Turkey Says It Plans to Reject NATO Bids by Finland and Sweden; Select Committee Investigation Capitol Tour Given by Congressman; U.S. Government Secures First Batch of Formula from Overseas; North Korea Scrambling to Contain Massive COVID Outbreak. Aired 4-4:30a ET
• Shanghai Reported New COVID Cases; Extreme Weather Conditions Left 10 People Dead in India; Indo-Pacific Allies Conduct Joint Drills; World is Headed to Famine; U.S. Imports Baby Formula; President Biden Made His First Asia Visit; Russian Troops Target Civilians; President Zelenskyy Condemned Deliberate Attacks; No Place for Forgiveness; January 6th Committee Investigates Republican Involvement to Insurrection. Aired 3-4a ET
• Biden to Visit South Korea and Japan on First Asia Trip Amid North Korea Tensions; Russia's War on Ukraine; GOP Lawmaker Investigated for U.S. Capitol Tour; U.S. Abortion Laws; Australians To Vote Amid Political Headwinds For Morrison; Source: 15 People Joined Suspect's "Discord" Private Chat; Female Journalists Ordered To Cover Their Faces On Air. Aired 2-3a ET
• Russia: 1,730 Ukrainian Soldiers Surrendered So Far At Azovstal; Some Civilians Return To Kharkiv As Russian Forces Withdraw; Biden To Visit South Korea, Japan On First Asia Trip; Biden Evokes Defense Production Act To Address Crisis; House Passes $28M Emergency Funding To Address Crisis; Suspect Appears In Court After Grand Jury Indictment; Female Journalists Ordered to Cover Their Faces on Air; Saving the Andean Condor; Deadly Floods Tear Through India's Assam State. Aired 1-2a ET
• Congress Approves $40 Billion in Aid to Ukraine; Kharkiv Subway Has Become Home to Many City Residents; Biden to Visit South Korea, Japan on First Asia Trip; Source: 15 People Joined Shooting Suspect's Discord Private Chat; Russian Soldier Confronted by Widow at War Crimes Trial; Oklahoma Passes Bill Banning Abortions after 'Fertilization'; U.S. Carrier Group Works to Deter China and North Korea; North Korea Scrambling to Contain Massive COVID Outbreak; Select Committee Investigating Capitol Tour Given by GOP Rep. Aired 12-1a ET
• U.S. Intel Skeptical of Putin Backing Down or Being Toppled; U.S. Likely to Keep 100K Troops in Europe for Foreseeable Future in Face of Russian Threat; White House Adviser: Covid Cases in U.S. are Substantially Undercounted; Dow on Pace for Longest Weekly Losing Streak Since 1923. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• S&P 500 Enters Bear Market Territory As Recession Fears Mount; Biden Confronts Consequential Foreign Policy Challenges In Asia; Ginni Thomas Pressed Arizona Lawmakers To Upend Biden's Win By Choosing Trump Electors Instead. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• Russia Defense Minister: Nearly 2,000 Ukrainian Soldiers Surrendered at Mariupol Steel Plant; Russian Missile Strike in Kharkiv Injures 7, Including a Child; "Finally Home, The Trevor Reed Interview" Airs Sunday Night at 8:00 Eastern; Incumbents Faces Trump- Backed Candidates in Georgia Primaries; Ethan Crumbley's Parents Ask Judge to Quash Charges Against Them. Aired 2:30-3p ET
• Justice Department Targets Hate Crimes; Discord Inside Supreme Court?; Baby Formula Shortage; President Biden Visits Asia. Aired 2- 2:30p ET
• Fisherman's Floating Seaweed Could Win $100 Million and Help the Planet; "Finally Home, The Trevor Reed Interview," Airs Sunday Night at 8:00 Eastern; Florida Deputy Charged After Taser Sets Suspect on Fire; Justice Department Unveils New Efforts to Combat Hate Crimes; Boeing's Starliner Successfully Launches to ISS. Aired 1:30-2p ET
• Can Floating Seaweed Help the Planet?; New Details Emerge in January 6 Investigation; Putin Taking Control of Ukraine Military Strategy?; President Biden Visits Asia. Aired 1-1:30p ET
• Razor Thin Margins in Pennsylvania Senate GOP Primary; Boeing's Starliner Capsule Experienced Thrust Issue After Takeoff; Depp's Former Friends, Associates Testify About His Substance Abuse. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• Biden on First Official Trip to Asia Amid Crises in U.S. and Abroad; Lawyer Tries to Keep Trump's Notes From Jan. 6 Panel; Zelenskyy Says, There's Hell in Donbas. Aired 10-10:30a ET
• Oklahoma Passes Strictest Abortion Bill; Azovstal Troops Ordered to Stop; First Funeral in Buffalo Massacre; Deputy Charged in Gas Station Explosion. Aired 9:30-10a
• Biden's Trip to Asia; Possible North Korean Missile Test; John Park is Interviewed about Biden in Asia; Eastman Fights Turning over Notes; Concern over Formula Shortage. Aired 9-9:30a ET


May 19, 2022
• Russian Soldier On Trial For War Crimes Apologizes; Biden Gives Full Backing To Nordic NATO Bids; Taliban Impose New Restrictions For Female Journalists In Afghanistan; Food Crisis Looms As Russia Blocks Ukrainian Grain; CNN Confronts Taliban Over Face Covering; Deadly Floods Tear Through India's Assam State; The Cannes Film Festival Returns To The Riviera. Aired 2-3p ET
• Food Crisis Looms as Russia Blocks Ukrainian Grain Exports; EU Lawmakers Debate Energy Security Amid Row with Russia; Afghan Girls Denied Education Learn Alternate Skills; Ukrainian Eurovision Winners Receive Hero's Welcome at Home. Aired 4:30-5a ET
• U.S. Retailers Target and Walmart Post Losses Amid Inflation; U.K. Inflation Hits 9 Percent as Wall Street has Tough Day; White House Announces "Operation Fly Formula" to Import More; Finland and Sweden Formally Apply to Join NATO; Pennsylvania Republican Senate Race Still Too Close to Call; U.N. Chief: Time is Running Out, World Must Act in This Decade; NATO Official: War at Standstill, But Momentum Favors Ukraine. Aired 4-4:30a ET
• Too Close to Call for Pennsylvania's GOP Primary; Stock Markets Nosedive Today; Finland and Sweden Formally Applies to NATO Alliance; Turkey Blocks Two Applicants for NATO; Kalush Orchestra Won in Eurovision Contest; Russian Suddenly Change His Tune; U.S. Embassy in Ukraine Reopens; CDC Monitors New Monkeypox Disease; Buffalo Shooter Used Social Media Prior to Attack; World Temperature Rising Faster; Fires in New Mexico Charred Thousands of Acres. Aired 3-4a ET
• Pennsylvania Republican Senate Race Too Close To Call; GOP Primary Winner To Face Democratic Nominee Fetterman; Trump Encourages Oz To Prematurely Declare Victory; Volatile Markets; Dow Tumbling 1,160 Points; Baby Formula Shortage; U.S. Wildfires; NY A.G. Probing Social Media Sites; COVID Deaths & Hospitalizations Expected to Increase; Afghanistan Under Taliban. Aired 2-3a ET
• U.S. Stock Markets Fall Sharply As Investors Worry About Recession; No Major Battlefield Gains Expected For Either Side In The Coming Weeks; Biden To Meet Sweden, Finland Leaders At White House; Afghan Women Open Up About Life Under The Taliban; New Mexico Fighting Largest Fire in State's History; Russian Soldier Pleads Guilty in War Crimes Trial; Kalush Orchestra Receive Hero's Welcome at Home. Aired 1-2a ET
• CNN Reports From Frontline Of Ukrainian Counteroffensive; NATO Official: War At Standstill, But Momentum Favors Ukraine; U.S. Retailers Target And Walmart Post Losses Amid Inflation; Pennsylvania Republican Senate Race Still Too Close To Call. Aired 12-1a ET
• Biden Invokes Defense Production Ace to Tackle Baby Formula Shortage; New COVID Cases, Hospitalizations Rise Nationwide; 12 Civilians Killed in Luhansk as Russian Bombardment Intensifies; Oklahoma Legislature Passes Ban on Abortions from Fertilization. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• House Jan. 6 Panel Investigating Tour of Capitol given by Republican Lawmaker on Eve of Insurrection; Rising Inflation, Recession Fears Trigger Stock Selloff; Biden Heads to Asia to Bolster Eastern Alliances Amid War in West; Biden Invokes Defense Production Act to Tackle Baby Formula Shortage. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• U.S. Reports 1st Case of Monkeypox as Outbreak Grows in Europe; Biden Invokes Defense Production Act to Tackle Baby Formula Shortage; Desperate Families Turn to Hospitals When Hunt for Formula Comes Up Dry; 2 Young Children Hospitalized for Dehydration Because Their Specialty Formula is Out of Stock. Aired 2:30-3p ET
• U.S. Reports First Case of Monkeypox; Gas Prices Rising; Interview With Former U.S. Secretary of Defense Leon Panetta; NATO Expansion; President Biden Heads Overseas. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• Accused Mass Shooter Appears in Court, Faces Victims' Families; Record Diesel Prices, Shortages Loom as Growing Crisis; Oz, McCormick Locked in Tight PA GOP Senate Primary Race; Heard's Sister Testifies She Saw Depp Hit Amber. Aired 1:30-2p ET
• NATO Expansion; Biden Administration Targets Baby Formula Shortage; Interview With Former U.S. Special Representative For Ukraine Kurt Volker; President Biden Heads Overseas. Aired 1-1:30p ET
• Parents Scramble to Find Baby Formula Amid Ongoing Shortage; Biden Hosts Sweden, Finland Leaders Amid Push to Join NATO. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• Biden Hosts Leaders of Finland, Sweden After Nations Apply to NATO; Stocks Down Again After Dow Has Worst Trading Day Since 2020; New York Governor Strengthens Red Flag, Announces New Domestic Terrorism Unit. Aired 10-10:30a ET
• Stocks Down Again After Dow Has Worst Trading Day Since 2020; Hero Workers Saved Others During Buffalo Massacre; New York's Attorney General to Investigate Social Media Platforms After Buffalo Shooting; Case of Monkeypox Identified in Massachusetts. Aired 9:30-10a ET
• President Biden Hosts Leaders of Finland and Sweden After Nations Apply to NATO; Biden Could Meet with Saudi Crown Prince as Soon as Next Month; Trial Resumes for Russian Soldier Who Pleaded Guilty to War Crimes; House Passes Funding Bill to Address Baby Formula Shortage; Interview with Senator Bob Casey (D-PA) About the Baby Formula Shortage and Abortion Rights in America. Aired 9-9:30a ET


May 18, 2022
• First Russian Soldier Tried For War Crimes Pleads Guilty; U.N. Sounds Alarm Against Climate Change; Taliban Rule Bars Afghan Girls From High School; U.K. Inflation Soars To 40-Year High; E.U. Plan To Lessen Russian Energy Dependence; Top Ukrainian Commanders Still Inside Azovstal; The Taliban's Afghanistan; U.S. Soccer Equal Pay Deal. Aired 2-3p ET
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• Pennsylvania's GOP Primary Close Tight; John Fetterman Recovers from the Hospital; Madison Cawthorn Conceded His Defeat; Midterm Election a Test to Trump's Grip; Donald Trump Wants a Loyalist Candidate; A Huge Defeat for Russians in Luhansk Region; Ukrainians Rescued but Taken into Russian Territory; President Biden Condemns Terrorism Attacks. Aired 3-4a ET
• Biggest U.S. Primary Election Night So Far This Year; Pennsylvania Republican Senate Race Too Close To Call; CNN Projects Fetterman Wins Pennsylvania Dem. Senate Race; America's Choice 2022; Biden Mourns Buffalo Shooting Victims; Hunger Crisis in Afghanistan; Taliban Takover. Aired 2-3a ET
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• New York Governor Announces New Requirement Under Red Flag Law; Former White Supremacist Speaks on How to Combat Racist Extremism; WSJ: Flight Data Suggests China Eastern Plane Deliberately Crashed; White House Making Contingencies for Possible North Korean Missile Tests During President Biden's Visit to South Korea. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• PA Secretary Of State: Decision On Republican Senate Recount Likely By Next Tuesday; 2020 Election Denier Wins Republican Nomination For PA Governor; NATO Official: War Momentum Has Shifted In Favor Of Ukraine; Russia Targeting New Howitzers U.S. Gave To Ukraine. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• Suspect Allegedly Posted Plans Online 30 Minutes Before Rampage; 911 Dispatcher On Leave After Call From Whispering Person Cut Short; DHS Warns Of Threats Against Supreme Court Following Leaked Draft; Dhs Pauses New Disinformation Board After Right-Wing Criticism; DHS Pushed Jan. 6 Committee For Witness Testimony Transcripts; Stephanie Grisham Meeting 1/6 Committee Again Today; Dow Tumbles 1,000 Points Amid Inflation Fears & Most CEOs Bracing For Recession. Aired 2:30-3p ET
• Russia Targets Donetsk; Interview With Former U.S. Ambassador to Ukraine Steven Pifer; U.S. Secretary of State Holds Meetings on NATO Expansion; High Drama in Primaries. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• House to Vote on Domestic Terrorism Bill in Wake of Buffalo Shooting; Report: Sea Level Rise, Green House Gas Emissions, Ocean Heat & Acidity Hit All-Time Highs; Estranged Friend of Amber Heard Testifies About Injuries; Georgia Students Suing School District, Allege Pattern of Racism. Aired 1:30-2p ET
• China Jet Crash Investigation; Crisis in Afghanistan; Russian Soldier on Trial For War Crimes Pleads Guilty; High Drama in Primaries. Aired 1-1:30p ET
• Baby Formula Manufacturers to Testify Before Congress Next Week; Suspected Gunman's Murder Plot Posted Online 30 Minutes Before Attack; CBP Says, About 234,000 Migrants Stopped at U.S. Southern Border in April. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• Pennsylvania GOP Senate Primary Too Close to Call; Russia Targeting New Howitzers U.S. Gave to Ukraine; Judge Signs Off on Plan to Get Abbott Plant Running Again. Aired 10-10:30a ET
• Imran Ahmed is Interviewed about Digital Hate; Donated Breast Milk for Ongoing Formula Shortage; China Eastern Plane Crash was Deliberate. Aired 9:30-10a
• Oz and McCormick Locked in Tight Race; Cawthorn Concedes in Primary; Takeaways from Primaries; Mixed Results for Trump-Backed Candidates; Russian Soldier Pleads Guilty. Aired 9-9:30a ET


May 17, 2022
• Ukraine Ends Defense Of Besieged Mariupol Plant; Sweden And Finland Launch Bids To Join NATO; Palestinian Mourners And Israeli Police Clash Around Funeral; Odessa Resists Russia As It Struggles With Its Past; Nearly 9 Million Afghans At Risk Of Famine Conditions; Shanghai Says Community Spread Of COVID-19 Eliminated; UFOs A "Potential National Security Threat." Aired 2-3p ET
• Standoff Of The Azovstal Plant In Ukraine May Be Coming To An End; Severe Weather Reported In Past 24 Hours Across Northeast U.S.; FDA Expected To Authorize Pfizer COVID Booster For Kids Age 5 to 11 As Early As Tuesday; First Congressional UFO Hearing In Five Decades Scheduled For Tuesday. Aired 4:30-5a ET
• 10 Killed in Racially Motivated Mass Shooting in Buffalo; Pennsylvania Republican Senate Race Goes Dow to the Wire; More Than 260 People Evacuated from Mariupol Steel Plant; Sweden and Finland Launch Bids to Join NATO; Russian Missile Target Base Near Lviv; U.S. Troops Deploying to Somalia to Counter Al-Shabaab. Aired 4-4:30a ET
• Buffalo Shooter Radicalized Via Social Media; Turkey Not Sure to Accept Finland and Sweden Inside NATO; More than 260 People Rescued from Azovstal; Russian Troops Target Military Base Near Poland; Controversies Could Jeopardize a Candidate's Bid; McDonald's Leaving Russia; Afghan Leader Shows His Face on Camera; A Hero Killed in Buffalo Shooting; Pfizer Booster for Kids is On the Way; Baby Formula Shortage Making It Hard to Find for Americans. Aired 3-4a ET
• Heroic Fight For Mariupol Appears To Be Over; Police: Buffalo Shooting Suspect Visited Area In March; Sweden And Finland Launch Bids To Join NATO; Western Brands Abandon Russia; Renault and McDonald's Exits Russia; Amanpour Speaks with Taliban Deputy Leader; Community Spread of COVID Eliminated in Shanghai; COVID Cases in U.S. Spikes; Interview with Internal Medicine Specialist and Viral Research Dr. Jorge Rodriguez; Abbott's Deal with FDA; U.S. Troops to be Deployed to Somalia. Aired 2-3a ET
• 10 Killed In Racially Motivated Mass Shooting In Buffalo; Sweden Announces NATO Bid, Ending Its Historic Neutrality; Hundreds Of Ukrainian Soldiers Evacuated From Steel Plant To Russian-Held Territory; FDA And Abbott Reach Deal To Reopen Shuttered Infant Formula Plant; North Korea COVID Admission Reveals Serious Health Situation; Karine Jean-Pierre Holds First Briefing as WH Press Secretary. Aired 1-2a ET
• Ten Killed In Racially Motivated Mass Shooting Buffalo; Calls For Social Media Accountability After Buffalo Shooting; More Than 260 People Evacuated From Mariupol Steel Plant; Security Guard Hailed As A Hero After Buffalo Mass Shooting; Man Buried Alive By Russian Soldiers Recounts Harrowing Tale; China's COVID Lockdowns Choke Global Supply Chains; Pennsylvania Republican Senate Race Goes Down To The Wire. Aired 12-1a ET
• Police: Church Shooter Upset Over Taiwan-China Tensions; Dallas Police Announce Arrest In Korean-Owned Salon Shooting; McCarthy Makes First On-Camera Comments About January 6 Committee Subpoena; Congress Holds First Public Hearing On UFOs Since The '60s; Musk: Twitter Deal Can't Happen Until Bot Account Dispute Resolved. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• Biden Gets Emotional In Buffalo: "White Supremacy Is A Poison"; High-Stakes Senate And Governor's Races In Pennsylvania; Proposed NY Congressional Map Could Pit Longtime Democratic Members Against Each Other. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• Ukrainians Give Up Fight In Mariupol Plant, The City's Last Stronghold; Mayor Byron Brown (D-Buffalo) Gives Update On Mass Shooting; Crystal Peoples-Stokes, (D), New York Assemblywoman, Discuses Buffalo Mass Shooting, Biden Visit To Victims And Families; Biden Calls Baby Formula Shortage "Top Priority," Outlines New Steps; FDA Authorizes Pfizer Vaccine Booster For Kids 5 To 11. Aired 2:30-3p ET
• Primary Day; President Biden Calls Out White Supremacy. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• Trump's Clout Faces Test in Tight PA, NC Races; GOP's Cawthorn Battles to Survive Series of Missteps; Police: Church Shooting Suspect Upset Over China-Taiwan Tensions; U.S. Holds 1st Public Hearing on UFOs in Decades. Aired 1:30-2p ET
• Ukraine Declares End To Battle For Mariupol; NATO Expansion; President Biden Addresses Buffalo Mass Shooting. Aired 1-1:30p ET
• Ukrainians Give Up Fight at Mariupol Plant, the City's Last Stronghold; Biden in New Video Calls Formula Shortage a Top Priority; Amber Heard on Stand for Cross-Examination. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• Today, Biden in Buffalo to Visit Families After Deadly Shooting; Voters in Five States Head to Polls for Primaries; Trump's Clout To Be Tested in Pennsylvania, North Carolina Races. Aired 10- 10:30a ET
• Suspect in California Church Shooting in Custody; Arrest in Hair Salon Shooting in Texas; War of espionage in Ukraine; Congress Holds UFO Hearings. Aired 9:30-10a
• Biden on "Hateful Ideology" behind Buffalo Shooting; Finnish Parliament Votes in Favor of NATO Application; Ukraine Expects Prisoner Exchange; Voters Head to Polls. Aired 9-9:30a ET


May 16, 2022
• Russia Intensifies Attacks In Eastern Ukraine; Sweden Officially Confirms It Will Apply For NATO Membership; North Korea Mobilizes Army To Fight Surging "Fever" Cases; Northern Countries Welcome New NATO Bids; Ukraine: Russian Forces Suffering "Significant Losses"; Shanghai Plans For Life To Return To "Normal" In June. Aired 2-3p ET
• 1 Dead, 4 Critically Injured in California Church Shooting; 10 People Killed in Racially Motivated Shooting in Buffalo; Survivor Speaks About Deadly Mass Shooting in Buffalo; Kim Jong-Un Sends Army to Tackle COVID Outbreak; Taiwan Lives with Virus as China Pursues Zero-COVID; Northeastern U.S. Under Severe Thunderstorm Threat. Aired 4:30-5a ET
• Swedish & Finish Leaders Announce Intent to Join NATO; Drone Video Shows Russian Attacks on Mariupol Steel Plant, Ramp Up Attacks on Severodonetsk; McConnell Speaks as U.S. Republicans Meet with Finnish President. Aired 4-4:30a ET
• Finland and Sweden Both Joining NATO; Turkey Having Second Thoughts of Accepting Finland and Sweden to NATO; Russian Troops Used Incendiary Bombs; Hate Crime Killed 10 People in Buffalo; Red Flags Ignored by Authorities. Aired 3-4a ET
• Sweden and Finland Intends to Join NATO; NATO Chief Says Ukraine Can Win War; Gun Violence All Across the U.S.; North Korea Mobilizes Army To Fight Surging "Fever" Cases; Taiwan Lives With Virus As China Pursues Zero-COVID. Aired 2-3a ET
• Swedish & Finnish Leaders Announce Intent To Join NATO; Russians Accused Of Firing At Severondonetsk Hospital; War Orphans: 18-Year-Old Raising Four Siblings By Himself; One Dead, Five Injured In California Church Shooting; 10 People Killed In Racially Motivated Shooting In Buffalo. Aired 1-2a ET
• Swedish & Finnish Leaders Announce Intent to Join NATO; Large Convoy of Mariupol Evacuees Arrives in Zaporizhzhia; Russian Forces Ramping Up Attacks on Severodonetsk; Russians Suffer 'Significant Losses' in East; U.S. Rocked by Deadly Weekend Shootings; North Korea Mobilizes Army to Fight Surging 'Fever' Cases; Taiwan Learns from China's Lockdown Chaos in Shanghai; Castle in Ireland Hosts Ukrainian Refugees. Aired 12-12:45a ET
• Sherriff: Gunman Inspired By Racist "White Replacement" Conspiracy; PA Senate Candidate Fetterman Suffers Stroke Before Primary. Aired 3:30-4pm ET
• Police: Racist Massacre Shooter Had Plans To "Continue His Rampage"; Ten Killed In Racist Massacre At Grocery Store In Buffalo; Finland And Sweden Announce They Will Apply For NATO Membership; Ukraine: Russians Concentrating Forces Around Severodonetsk. Aired 3- 3:30p ET
• William Taylor, Former U.S. Ambassador To Ukraine, Discusses Russia And Turkey Reacting To Finland, Sweden Applying To Join NATO & Russian War In Ukraine; Ny Governor Demands Social Media "Be More Vigilant" With Online Content After Buffalo Shooting; Vivek Murthy, U.S. Surgeon General, Discusses Baby Formula Shortage, Gottlieb Saying FDA Should Have Acted Sooner & Gun Violence. Aired 2:30-3p ET
• Online Radicalization; Investigation Into Buffalo Massacre Continues. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• McDonald's to Leave Russia After More Than 30 Years; U.S. Gas Prices Hit New Record High; Passenger Who Landed Plane Speaks About Harrowing Experience; Authorities Identify Suspect in Shooting at California Church; Amber Heard Returns to Witness Stand in Depp Defamation Trial. Aired 1:30-2p ET
• Sweden, Finland Officially Applying To NATO; McDonald's Leaving Russia; Investigation Into Buffalo Massacre Continues. Aired 1-1:30p ET
• Trump's Influence Put to the Test in Pennsylvania, North Carolina Senate Primaries; Supreme Court Sides With Sen. Ted Cruz (R- TX) in Campaign Finance Case; Ten Killed in Shooting Fueled by Racist, Extremist Conspiracy Theories. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• Hate-Fueled Shooting Rampage at Buffalo Supermarket Leaves Ten Dead; Shooter's Alleged Manifesto Shows Meticulous Planning Behind Attack; Today, Finland's Parliament Votes on Joining NATO. Aired 10- 10:30a ET
• Eva Doyle is Interviewed about her Friend Katherine Massey; Key Primary Votes Tomorrow; Baby Formula Shortage. Aired 9:30-10a ET
• Ten Dead in Racist Shooting; Gunman Inspired by White Replacement Conspiracy; Shooting Fueled by Conspiracy Theory; Churchgoers Tie Up Gunman; Support in Congress for Finland Joining NATO; Russia Calls NATO Membership a Mistake. Aired 9-9:30a ET


May 15, 2022
• Mass Shooting In U.S. Grocery Store; Russia Fails To Cross Key River; U.S. Promising More Aid To Ukraine; Ukraine's Humanitarian Crisis; Finland To Join NATO; Housing The Displaced In Lviv. Aired 5- 6a ET
• Mass Shooting in U.S. Grocery Store; Russia's Civilian Targets in Odessa; Helsinki's Underground Bunkers; NATO Foreign Ministers in Berlin for Talks; Plane Crash near Miami Kills One, Injures Five; Abortion Rights Marches across the U.S.; Lebanese Elections; Ukraine's Kalush Orchestra Wins Eurovision. Aired 4-5a ET
• Mass Shooting in U.S. Grocery Store; Finland to Join NATO; Helsinki's Underground Bunkers; Lebanese Elections; Ukraine's Kalush Orchestra Wins Eurovision. Aired 3-4a ET
• Mass Shooting in U.S. Grocery Store; Turkey Voices Concern about New NATO Members; Lebanese Elections. Aired 2-3a ET
• Mass Shooting in U.S. Grocery Store; Russia Blockades Grain Exports; Putin Tells Finland Joining NATO a "Mistake"; Abortion Rights Marches across the U.S. Aired 1-2a ET
• Mass Shooting in U.S. Grocery Store; Helsinki's Underground Bunkers; North Korea Reports 296,000-Plus "Fever" Cases. Aired 12-1a ET
• California Church Shooting Leads to One Dead, 4 Critically Wounded; Buffalo Shooting Suspect Claims He Targeted the Community; Sheriff: One Dead, Four Critically Wounded in California Church Shooting; PA Senate Candidate John Fetterman Recovering from Stroke. Aired 7-8p ET
• One Dead, 4 Critically Wounded in California Church Shooting; 10 People Killed in Hate-Fueled Racist Shooting; Pennsylvania Senate Candidate John Fetterman Suffers a Stroke Ahead of Primary; President Biden Will Travel to Buffalo Tuesday; Finland Will Seek to Join NATO Despite Russia's Threats. Aired 6-7p ET
• Mass Shooting in Buffalo, New York; Shooting Inside Orange County Church; CNN Special Report Inside the Mind of Vladimir Putin; Naomi Judd's Life and Music Celebration. Aired 5-6p ET
• Buffalo Mass Shooting Being Investigated as Hate Crime; Pennsylvania Senate Candidate John Fetterman Recovering After Stroke; Calling Out Number Three Republican; Dr. Anthony Fauci, Chief Medical Advisor, Speaks of COVID Deaths; Finland Seeking To Join NATO. Aired 4-5p ET
• Sheriff Calls Buffalo Attack Racially Motivated Hate Crime and Pure Evil; NATO Chief: Ukraine Can Win this War; Interview with Rep. Conor Lamb (D-PA). Aired 3-4p ET
• Sheriff Calls Attack a "Racially Motivated Hate Crime"; Finland Says It will Apply for NATO Membership. Aired 2-3p ET


May 14, 2022
• Military Training Lessons From Russia-Ukraine War; Baby Formula Shortage In The U.S.; Israeli Police Brutality During Shireen Abu Akleh's Funeral; U.S. Stock Market Turbulence; Twitter Bid "Temporarily On Hold"; Potential COVID Surge In The Coming Months; China Pulls Out Of Hosting Asia Cup; North Korea Resumes Nuclear Reactor Construction; Extreme Weather in the U.S. Aired 5-6a ET
• NATO Ministers Meet For Talks On Ukraine; Russian Troops Retreat Near Kharkiv; Ukrainians Destroy Pontoon Bridges At Key River Crossing; North Korea COVID-19 Wave; World Central Kitchen Distancing Food Across Ukraine; Israeli Police Beat Mourners Carrying Journalist's Casket; Some California Homes Still Under Evac Order; Eurovision Provides Ukraine With Chance To Raise Spirits. Aired 4-5a ET
• Zelenskyy: Over 1,000 Ukrainian Villages Liberated; Moldova And Georgia See Familiar Russia Playbook; First Russian Soldier Tried For War Crimes; Israeli Police Beat Mourners Carrying Journalist's Casket; Ukrainians Destroy Pontoon Bridges At Key River Crossing; U.S. Parents Desperate To Find Formula; Chief Justice Warned Other Justices About Ignoring Precedents; Some California Homes Still Under Evac Order. Aired 3-4a ET
• Zelenskyy: Over 1,000 Ukrainian Villages Liberated; Russian Troops Retreat near Kharkiv; U.S. Could See 100 Million COVID-19 Cases in Fall and Winter; Some California Homes Still under Evac Order; Brittney Griner's Detention Extended Another Month; Eurovision Provides Ukraine with Chance to Raise Spirits. Aired 2-3a ET


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