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December 07, 2022
• CNN Projects Democrat Warnock Wins Senate Race; Ukraine Reports New Russian Strikes in Zaporizhzhia Region; Moscow Accuses Ukraine of Drone Attacks Inside Russia; China Announces Further Easing of COVID- 19 Restrictions. Aired 4:30-5a ET
• CNN Projects Democrat Warnock Wins Senate Race; Trump Organization Found Guilty on All Counts. Aired 4-4:30a ET
• CNN Covers Georgia Senate Runoff; ; Trump Organization Guilty of Tax Crimes in New York; New Russian Air Strikes in Zaporizhzhia; Russia Accusing Ukraine of Drone Attacks; China Eases COVID Restrictions. Aired 3-4a ET
• CNN Projects Democrat Warnock Wins Senate Race; Trump Silent On Walker Loss After Launching 2024 Bid; Herschel Walker Concedes Senate Race To Warnock; Trump Organization Companies Guilty of Multiple Counts of Tax Fraud; Voter Turnout in Georgia; China Ease on COVID-19 Restrictions. Aired 2-3a ET
• Democratic U.S. Senator Warnock wins Georgia runoff; House January 6th Committee to Make Criminal Referrals; Georgia's Swing State Status; Moscow Accuses Ukraine of Drone Attacks Inside Russia. Aired 1-2a ET
• CNN Projects Democrat Raphael Warnock Wins Senate Race; Herschel Walker Concedes Senate Race To Raphael Warnock. Aired 12-1a ET
• CNN International: China Changes Anti-COVID Policies On A National Level; Democrat Warnock Beats Republicans Walker In Georgia Runoff; With Warnock Win, Democrats Secure 51-49 Majority; Officials: Kherson And Russian-Occupied Donetsk Under Shelling; Germany Arrests 25 Suspected In Plot To Overthrow Government; Is This The End Of The Road For Cristiano Ronaldo?; CNN Witnesses Prisoner Swap Between Ukrainians & Russians; Zelenskyy Names Time's Person Of The Year. Aired 8-8:30a ET
• Sen. Warnock Meets with Sen. Schumer After Winning Georgia Runoff; DOJ Report: Series of Mistakes Led to Prison Death of Whitey Bulger; Walmart CEO: Rise in Shoplifting Could Cause Higher Prices, Store Closings; President Zelenskyy, "Spirit of Ukraine" Honored By Time Magazine. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• Germany Arrests 25 Suspected in Plot to Overthrow Government; Report: Former Lawmaker Tied to Far-Right Plot to Overthrow German Government; Power Expected Back Today in NC County Where Substations Attacked; NYC Mayor Fined for Rat Problems at Brooklyn Property; "Harry & Meghan" Netflix Docuseries Debuts at Midnight Tonight; Europe to Allow In-Flight Phone Calls, Gaming. Aired 2:30-3p ET
• Supreme Court Hears Case That Could Reshape U.S. Election Laws; Warnock Wins In GA, Giving Democrats 51-49 Senate Majority; Source: Trump's Lawyers Hired Team To Search 4 Properties For Classified Docs. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• Supreme Court Hears Arguments That Will Test Future of Elections; Virginia Restaurant Refuses to Serve Conservative Christian Group; WAPO: Items with Classified Markings Found at Trump Storage Unit in Florida; Nearly 2 Dozen Shell Casings Found in NC "Targeted" Attack & Power being Restored to Some; Walmart: Shoplifting Could Lead to Higher Prices, Store Closures; Police Removing Victims' Personal Belongings from Home. Aired 1:30-2p ET
• Supreme Court Hears Case on Elections; German Authorities Stop Coup Plot; China Curbs COVID Crackdown; Trump Lawyers Conduct Search For Classified Documents?; Senator Raphael Warnock Wins Reelection in Georgia. Aired 1-1:30p ET
• Nearly Two Dozen Bullets, Casings Recovered Will Be Key in Investigation; Supreme Court Hears Case That Will Test Future of Elections; Source Says, Trump's Lawyers Hired Team to Search Four Properties for Classified Documents. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• Sen. Raphael Warnock (D-GA) Beats Walker, Giving Democrats 51st Senate Seat; CNN Reports, Republicans Re-Calculating How to Mitigate Midterm Losses; Nearly Two Dozen Bullets, Casings Recovered Will Be Key in Investigation. Aired 10-10:30a ET
• Casings Could be Key in North Carolina Investigation; Carol Haney is Interviewed about Power Loss in North Carolina; Measles Outbreak in Ohio; German Far-Right Extremists Arrested. Aired 9:30-10a ET
• Warnock Defeats Walker; Map of Georgia Senate Race; Schumer to Speak about Win; Molly Ball is Interviewed about the Democrats Win in Georgia; Supreme Court Case on Future Elections; Criminal Referrals from January 6th Committee. Aired 9-9:30a ET


December 06, 2022
• Supreme Court Conservative Seem to Side with Website Designer Opposed to Working with Same-Sex Couples; Kremlin Blames Ukraine for Drone Attacks in Russia; World Reacts to Reports the Iranian Morality Police Being Disbanded. Aired 4:30-5a ET
• Polls Set to Open in Georgia Runoff; FBI Joins Prob Into North Carolina Power Outage; Republicans Address Trump's Comments on the Constitution; Brazil Dazzles in Match Against South Korea; Indonesia Bans Sex Outside of Marriage. Aired 4-4:30a ET
• Drone Hit a Russian Territory; Russia Wants to See Ukrainians Suffer; Russian Fighters Fighting Their Own; Brazil's Team Eager to Reach the Finals; State Funeral Given to Jiang Zemin. Aired 3-4a ET
• Indonesia Bans Sex Outside Marriage; National Guard Activated Over Hawaiian Volcano; Kremlin Blames Ukraine For Drone Attacks In Russia; Mount Stromboli Erupts Off Coast Of Sicily; Orion Completes Engine Burn Necessary To Return Home. Aired 2-2:45a ET
• Moscow Accuses Ukraine Of Drone Attacks Deep Inside Russia; Moscow Will Not Accept Price Cap On Russian Oil; Indonesia Bans Sex Outside Marriage In New Criminal Code; Brazil, Croatia Advance To Quarterfinals; Iran Refutes Reports That It Abolished Morality Police. Aired 1-2a ET
• Kremlin Blames Russia For Drone Attacks In Russia; Russian Fighters Take Up Arms In Defense Of Ukraine; World Reacts To Reports Morality Police Being Disbanded; Croatia And Brazil Advance To Quarterfinals; State Memorial Service Held For Former Chinese President; Navigating Zero-COVID Measures While Living In Beijing. Aired 12-1a ET
• CNN INTERNATIONAL: Kremlin Accuses Ukraine Of Drone Attacks In Russia; Ukraine & Russia Exchange 60 Soldiers Each In Prisoner Swap; Indonesia Bans Sex Outside Of Marriage; Xi Calls For Unity At Late Leader's Memorial Service; Some Businesses Close As Protesters Call For More Strikes; Round Of 16 Wrapping Up With Two Matches; Brazil Dominate South Korea 4-1; How Will The Georgia Senate Runoff Change America? Historians Document Italian Landmarks From Mussolini Era. Aired 8-8:30a ET
• Idaho Police: This is A Very Active Case; Serial Murderer Admits 5 More Cold Case Killings; 5 Women Sue Bill Cosby For Sexual Assault And Abuse Under New NY Law; Biden Tours Semiconductor Facility In Phoenix; Trump Organization Entities Convicted On All Counts. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• Georgia Voters Head To Polls In Crucial Senate Runoff; DOJ Subpoena Officials In Wisconsin And Michigan About 2020 Election; Rep. Andy Biggs Joins Race For Speaker, Challenging McCarthy; McConnell Criticizes Trump's Comments On Constitution. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• Still No Suspects, Motive In NC Power Grid Attack; Club Q Shooting Suspect Charged With 305 Counts, Including Hate Crimes; McConnell Criticizes Trump's Call To Terminate Constitution; Alleged Ukraine Drone Strike Hits Russian Airfield; Emmy-Winning "Cheers" Actress Kirstie Alley Dead At 71. Aired 2:30-3p ET
• Chairman: Jan. 6 Committee Has Decided To Make Criminal Referrals; Georgia Voters Head To Polls In Crucial Senate Runoff; NC County Enters 3rd Day Without Power After Substation Attacks. Aired 2- 2:30p ET
• CDC: Flu Vaccine Seems To Be A Good Match To Circulating Strains; Nike Cuts Tries With NBA Star Kyrie Irving Over Anti-Semitic Post; Sanders Criticized For Leaving HBCU Coaching Position; New Drone Strike Hits Russian Airfield Near Ukrainian Border; Dr. Gupta Explores How Scent Plays A Role In Human Attraction. Aired 1:30-2p ET
• FBI Investigates North Carolina Power Station Attack; January 6 Committee Decides to Make Criminal Referrals to Justice Department; Georgia Votes. Aired 1-1:30p ET
• Western Official Says, Russia Has Run Out of Iranian Attack Drones; Supreme Court to Hear Case on Independent State Legislature Theory; Senators Draft Bipartisan Framework to Legalize DACA Recipients. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• Georgia Voters Head to Polls in Crucial Senate Runoff; Jan. 6 Hero Officers to Receive Congressional Gold Medal; North Carolina County Enters Fourth Day Without Power After Substation Attacks. Aired 10-10:30a ET
• Gas Prices Continue to Fall; Worry over RSV, Flu and Covid-19; Capitol Officers to Receive Congressional Metal; Supreme Court Conservatives Signal Support in Graphic Designer Case; Masih Alinejad is Interviewed about Iran. Aired 9:30-10a ET
• Georgia Votes in Senate Runoff; Counties to Watch in Georgia; Crucial Race in Georgia; Power Remains out in North Carolina; Jonathan Davis is Interviewed about His North Carolina Hospital Operating without Power; Gas Prices Continue to Fall. Aired 9-9:30a ET


December 05, 2022
• City of Bakhmut Now Russia's Number One Target; EU, G7, Australia Cap Price on Russian Oil at $60 Per Barrel; William and Kate Return Home After U.S. Trip; 44.01 Focuses on Removing CO2 From Atmosphere. Aired 4:30-5a ET
• Georgia to Pick Warnock or Walker in Tuesday's Senate Runoff; Pro-Reform Group Says Hijab Under Review Amid Protests; Targeted Substation Attack Investigated in North Carolina; England, France Shine at World Cup. Aired 4-4:30a ET
• Two Million Voters Cast in Georgia's Runoff; Donald Trump Want to Terminate Constitution; Iran's Morality Police Not Abolished; Moore County to Experience Dark Nights; Mauna Loa Attracts More Tourists; France Team Advanced to Next Round. Aired 3-4a ET
• Senator Warnock and Herschel Walker Final Campaign for the Senate Runoff in Georgia; Trump Wants to Terminate the Constitution; Tension Build on GOP House Speakership Race; Hijab Law in Iran Under Review; Mauna Loa Volcano Attracts Visitors; Volcano Erupts in Indonesia. Aired 2-3a ET
• Ukrainians Brace For Brutal Winter As Russia Targets Infrastructure; EU Ban On Seaborne Russian Oil Imports; As Lava Flows From Mauna Loa, Crowds Flock To Spectacle; Indonesia Volcano Eruption Forces Nearly 2000 People To Be Evacuated. Aired 1-2a ET
• Report: Iran's Attorney General Says Iran Abolished Morality Police; Negative Test No Longer Needed at Shanghai Outdoor Venues; France Beats Poland to Advance at World Cup; Zelenskyy Calls for Increased Unity During Winter Months; West to Impose $60 a Barrel Price Cap on Russian Oil; Ramaphosa Refuses to Resign Amid 'Farmgate' Scandal; Eruption Forces Nearly 2,000 People to Flee from Their Homes. Aired 12-1a ET
• CNN International: Sex Sells, but at what cost? CNN Podcasts Dives into "Onlyfans"; Zelenskyy: Price Cap Level on Russian Oil "Not Serious"; Report: Attorney General says Iran Abolished Morality Police; Are Protests making a Difference in China and Iran; Controversy Overshadows William and Kate's U.S. Trip. Aired 8-8:30a ET
• Tampa Police Chief Resigns After Asking To Be Let Go From Traffic Stop; Iran Says Hijab Law is Under Review Amid Widespread Protests; North Carolina Officials Update Investigation into Power Grid Attacks; Harry Accuses Royal Family of Leaking, But Also Planting Stories. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• Warnock, Walker Make Final Push Ahead Of Tomorrow's Runoff; FBI Investigates "Targeted" Substation Attacks In Monroe Co., NC; Mayor John Strickland (D) North Carolina Discusses About The Number Who Lost Power; Economists Warn Of Recession Possibilities Next Year. Aired 3- 3:30p ET
• Sheriff: FedEx Driver Admits Abducting, Killing 7-Year-Old TX Girl; Father Of Idaho Stabbing Victim Believes Students Were Targeted; Letters From Surviving Roommates Read At Memorial For Slain Students; New Barrage Of Deadly Airstrikes Hit Parts Of Ukraine; China Signals Softening Of Some COVID Measures; Brazil Up 4-0 Against South Korea In Knockout Round; England's Raheem Sterling Leaves World Cup After Intruders Break Into Family Home; University Of Colorado Hires Deion Sanders As New Head Football Coach; CNN Near Volcano As Lava Creeps Close To Hawaii Roadways. Aired 2:30-3p ET
• Manhunt After NC Power Grid "Targeted" By Gunfire; Election Day Tomorrow In Georgia's U.S. Senate Runoff; Trump Calls For "Termination" Of The Constitution. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• Iranian Media Downplays Comment About Abolishing Morality Police; "Harry And Meghan" Trailer Drops: "We Know The Full Truth"; Same-Sex Marriage Returns To Supreme Court In Free Speech Bid; Trump Calls For "Termination" Of Constitution; Helicopter Ride Provides Spectacular Views Of Hawaii Volcano; Spacecraft Performs Crucial Maneuver 80 Miles From Moon. Aired 1:30-2p ET
• Idaho Murder Investigation Continues; Texas Murder Suspect Due in Court; Demand Grows For Children's Medication; Economic Forecast; Final Day of Campaigning in Georgia Senate Election; Power Grid Attacked in North Carolina. Aired 1-1:30p ET
• Tampa Police Chief Resigns After Traffic Stop Incident; Iranian Official Says Mandatory Hijab Law is Under Review; Shortage of Children's Painkillers as Respiratory Illnesses Surge. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• Sen. Raphael Warnock (D-GA), Walker Make Final Push Ahead of Tomorrow's Runoff; FBI Investigates Targeted Substation Attacks, 35,000 Without Power; Today, Supreme Court to Hear Case Over Company Refusing to Create Website for Same-Sex Couples. Aired 10-10:30a ET
• Police Have Confession in Athena Strand's Death; Musk Responds to Trump's Comment on Constitution; Hits to Ukraine Energy Infrastructure; NASA's Artemis Returns to Earth; Lava Creeps Closer to Hawaii Road. Aired 9:30-10a ET
• FBI Investigates Substation Attacks in North Carolina; Warnock and Walker Make Final Push; Deliberations Begin in Trump Organization Case; Shan Wu is Interviewed about the Trump Org. Case. Aired 9-9:30a ET


December 04, 2022
• Georgia's U.S. Senate Runoff; Trump Proposes Dismantling U.S. Constitution; Ukraine Reports New Russian Strikes In The South; Dems Propose Major Changes To Primaries Calendar; Mauna Loa's Lava About 2.5 Miles From Major Highway. Aired 5-6a ET
• Georgia's U.S. Senate Runoff; Trump Proposes Dismantling U.S. Constitution; Ukraine Reports New Russian Strikes In The South; Moscow Moves To Toughen "LGBT Propaganda" Ban; Dems Propose Major Changes To Primaries Calendar; South African President Refuses To Resign In Wake Of Scandal; Yevgeny Prigozhin Denies Wagner Behind Bloody Packages And Letter Bombs; Mauna Loa's Lava About 2.5 Miles From Major Highway. Aired 4-5a ET
• Georgia's U.S. Senate Runoff; Ukraine Reports New Russian Strikes in the South; Dems Propose Major Changes to Primaries Calendar; Mauna Loa's Lava about 2.5 Miles from Major Highway; Hollywood's "Cocaine Bear". Aired 3-4a ET
• White House Hosts Kennedy Center Honorees; Final Pitches from Warnock and Walker Ahead of Georgia Runoff; Tampa Police Chief Flashes Badge, Urges Cop to Let Her Go; Kevin McCarthy Calls for GOP to Back His Bid to be Speaker; The Impact of Democrat Primary Changes on the 2024 Presidential Race; Officials Say Massive Power Outage in North Carolina Targeted; Ukraine Blanketed with Power Outages, Colder Weather; "This is Life" Features Online Sperm Donor and Tiger Queens. Aired 6-7p ET
• President Biden And First Lady Jill Biden Hosting The Kennedy Center Honorees At The White House; Tampa Police Chief Flashes Badge During Traffic Stop; Mauna Lao Erupts, Lava Flow Attracts Visitors; Dancing Grannies Return To Christmas Parade; Moore County In North Carolina Under Curfew After Gunfire Attacks At Power Stations; President Biden To Ask Senate For Another Military Aid For Ukraine. Aired 5-6p ET
• Hawaii's Mauna Loa Volcano Spews Lava into the Air; Raphael Warnock Holds Narrow Edge Over Herschel Walker Before Runoff; On the Front Lines of Ukraine's Battle for Bakhmut; Ukrainian Sergeant Severely Injured Months After U.S. Visit; Kanye West Unleashes Pro- Hitler Rant on Alex Jones' Infowars; Jon Stewart On Antisemitism; North Carolina Power Outage; Kennedy Center Honorees. Aired 4-5p ET
• Lava Spewing Into The Air At Hawaii Volcano; Warnock And Walker Make Final Pitches Ahead Of Election Day; Trump Calls For Termination Of Constitution In Truth Social Post. Aired 3-4p ET
• Georgia Senate Runoff; Biden Proposes South Carolina As First Primary State In 2024 Race; Sheriff: "Act Of Violence" Cuts Power To More Than 40,000 NC Customers; Hawaii's Mauna Loa Volcano Erupts; Russian Strikes Target Southern Ukrainian Villages; Jury Deliberations Underway In Weinstein Sexual Assault Trial; France Defeats Poland 3-1, Moves On To Quarterfinals. Aired 2-3p ET
• Warnock And Walker Make Flurry Of Stops In Final Days Of Critical Race; CNN Poll: Warnock Holds Narrow Edge Over Walker Days Before Runoff; Sheriff: "Act Of Violence" Cuts Power To More Than 40,000 NC Customers; Ukraine Official: Russia Makes Town Of Bakhmut "Target Number One"; China Looks To "Soften" Strict Zero-COVID Policy After Protests; House Democrats Unify Behind Hakeem Jeffries As New Leader. Aired 11a-12p ET


December 03, 2022
• Dems Could Confirm Biden Judicial Nominees; Russia Using Dummy Missiles to Wear Out Ukrainian Air Defenses; Man Overboard Survivor Tells His Story; China Eases COVID-19 Restrictions Slightly after Weeks of Protests; Russia Sends Creepy Letters to Ukrainian Diplomats; Inside a Cryptocurrency Mine. Aired 5-6a ET
• Georgia Runoff Voters Eager to Cast Ballots; Kevin McCarthy Facing Uphill Fight to Be Speaker; Cap on Russian Oil; Ukrainian Power Officials Strive to Avoid National Blackout; New Jobs Data Prompts Worries of More Fed Rate Hikes; Mauna Loa Eruption Brings Crowds and Caution. Aired 4-5a ET
• U.S. Fails To The Netherlands 3-1, Ending World Cup Run; Hawaii Volcano Lava Flow Slows As It Nears Key Highway; 1.85 Million Plus Georgians Cast Ballots During Early Voting Period; The True Story Behind Movie About Rampaging "Cocaine Bear." Aired 8-9p ET
• Warnock And Walker Make Final Pitches Ahead Of Runoff Election; Team USA Loses To The Netherlands 3-1 Ending World Cup Run; Idaho Victim's Mother Speaks Out About Killing; New Dangers From Hawaii's Mauna Loa Volcanic Eruption; Georgia Sets New Records For Early Voting; Kanye West Suspended From Twitter After Swastika Post; China Signals Softening Of Some COVID Measures. Aired 7-8p ET
• Georgia Senate Runoff; U.S. Falls To The Netherlands Three-One Ending World Cup Run; Hawaii Volcanic Lava Moves Closer To Major Highway; Interview With Rep. Steve Horsford (D-NV); Congressional Black Caucus Preps For Challenges In GOP-Led House; NFL QB Deshaun Watson To Play Sunday For First Time In 700-Plus Days; Shoppers Spotting Tip Requests In Unusual Places. Aired 6-7p ET
• Volcano's Fury Draws Crowds as Lava Inches toward Key Highway; Interview with Hawaii Governor David Ige; U.S. Falls to Netherlands 3- 1; Georgia Senate Runoff; January 6 Committee Report Expected in Next Few Weeks. Aired 5-6p ET
• Mauna Loa Volcano's Lava Inches Toward Key Highway; Suspect Still at Large in Slaying of Four University of Idaho Students; Kanye West Suspended from Twitter Again. Aired 4-5p ET
• Mauna Loa Volcano's Lava Moving Closer To Major Highway; U.S. Falls To Netherlands 3-1 In World Cup; Interview With Sen. Mazie Hirono (D-HI) About Hawaii's Active Volcano; Rescued Cruise Ship Passenger Described Being Stranded At Sea; Warnock & Walker Make Final Pitches Ahead Of Election Day; Biden Proposed South Carolina As First Primary State In 2024 Race; Prince Williams' Godmother Resigns As Honorary Royal After "Unacceptable" Comments To A Black Guest. Aired 3-4p ET
• Georgia Democratic Incumbent Senator Raphael Warnock And Republican Challenger Herschel Walker Campaign In Runoff Election; President Biden Suggests South Carolina Be First Democratic Presidential Primary; U.S. Reports Indicate Low Unemployment Rate, Wage Increases, And Continuing High Inflation; Gas Prices Falling Across U.S.; USA Men's Soccer Team Loses To Netherlands In World Cup Match; Police Still have No Suspect for Murders of Four University of Idaho Students. Aired 2-3p ET
• Warnock And Walker Make Final Pitches Ahead Of Election Day; Crowds Flock To See Lava Flows From Hawaii's Mauna Loa Volcano; U.S. Eliminated From World Cup; Tymofiy Mylovanov, Former Minister Of Economic Development For Ukraine, Discusses E.U. Price Cap On Russian Oil, Russian Attacks On Power Grid; Victims' Family: Talk To Your Kids About Online Predators; Food Banks Struggle To Meet Growing Demand Amid Dwindling Supply. Aired 1-2p ET
• Bodycam Video Shows Police Shootout With Teen Suspect In North Carolina; Warnock And Walker Make Final Pitches Ahead Of Election Day; Biden Proposes South Carolina As First Primary State In 2024 Race; United States Falls To The Netherlands 3-1, Ending World Cup Run; Mauna Loa Volcano's Lava Moving Closer To Major Highway; Iran Officials: 200 People Have Died During Recent Protests; Police On "Rumor Control" In Unsolved Deaths Of Four Students. Aired 12-1p ET
• Georgia Senate Runoff; U.S. Economy Adds A Robust 263,000 Jobs In November; Crowds Flock To See Lava Flows From Hawaii's Mauna Loa Volcano; USMNT Taking On The Netherlands In First Knockout Round; Jan. 6 Committee Races To Finish Final Report, Potential Criminal Referrals. Aired 11a-12p ET
• Georgia Democratic Incumbent Senator Raphael Warnock and Republican Challenger Herschel Walker Campaign in Runoff Election; Hawaiian Volcano Mauna Loa Erupts; U.S. Reports Indicate Low Unemployment Rate, Wage Increases, and Continuing High Inflation; Gas Prices Falling across U.S.; Jury Deliberating in Trail of Harvey Weinstein for Sexual Assault. Aired 10-11a ET


December 02, 2022
• Final World Cup Group Stage Matches Get Underway Today; Anti- Government Protester Killed After Iran-U.S. World Cup Match; At Least Six Cities in China Easing Some Restrictions on Zero-Covid; Idaho Police Defend Investigation Into Students' Killings. Aired 4:30-5a ET
• Court Halts Special Master Review, Major Blow to Trump; Georgia Heads Into Final Early Voting Day with Over 1 Million Votes Cast; Congress Narrowly Averts Crippling U.S. Rail Strike; Biden Hosts Macron at First State Dinner of His Presidency; U.K. Royals' U.S. Trip Overshadowed by Racism Row. Aired 4-4:30a ET
• U.S.-France Relationship Strengthened by Macron's Visit; Russian Troops Took Advantage of Ukrainians Leaving; Ukrainians Help Each Other in Times of Crisis; Wagner Group Member Died in War; Protesters Not Deterred by Police; Morocco Wins Over Canada; Another Protester Died in Iran; Sam Bankman-Fried Admits He Screwed Up; Lava Flow Poses Risk to Children and Elderly; Royal Visit Face Criticism. Aired 3-4a ET
• President Biden Hosts State Dinner for President Macron; There is Backlash Over China's COVID Policies; CNN Reports More Surprises at the World Cup; Ukraine Fights for Bakhmut; Anti-Government Protester Killed After Iran-U.S. World Cup Match; Concerns Over Air Quality As Muana Loa, Kilauea Erupt; UK Royals' U.S. Trip Overshadowed By Racism Row. Aired 2-2:45a ET
• Biden, Macron Vow Unity Against Russia, Discuss Trade Row; Relief And Worry As Major Chinese Cities Ease COVID Curbs; Morocco Make History And Reach World Cup Round Of 16 For Second Time; Russia's War on Ukraine; Wagner Faces Scrutiny over Death of Zambian Recruit; Twin Volcanoes in Hawaii Raise Concerns over Air Quality; Disgraced FTX CEO Continues to Speak Out about Collapse. Aired 1-2a ET
• Biden Hosts Macron at First State Dinner of His Presidency; Belgium, Germany Eliminated at World Cup; Protestor Urges Free Speech, End to Zero-COVID Policy; Anti-Government Protester Killed While Celebrating Iran's Ouster from World Cup; U.K. Royals' Trip to U.S. Overshadowed by Racism Row. Aired 12-12:45a ET
• CNN International: 2 Police Officers Rescue Child & Woman from Icy Pond; Authorities Easing some Restrictions following rare Protests; French President Honored at White House State Dinner; Study: Teen Brains Aged Faster from Pandemic Stress; Wagner Faces Security over Death of Zambian Recruit. Aired 8-8:30a ET
• Lava Flow From Mauna Loa Dangerously Close To Highway; Kanye West Tweets Star Of David With Swastika; Houston Police On Murder Arrest: Takeoff Was "Innocent Bystander"; U.S. Soccer Star Christian Pulisic Cleared To Play Tomorrow; Hero Turned Life Around After Prison, Now Helps Community Stay Safe. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• 1.5 Million Early Votes Already Cast Ahead Of GA Runoff Election; Prosecutors Rest In Trump Org. Tax Fraud Trial, Case Heading To Jury; All Eyes On Fed's Next Move After Strong Nov Jobs Report. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• China Signals Softening Of Some COVID Prevention Measures; Calls For Action After South Dakota Bans TikTok; Study: Teen Brains Aged Faster Than Normal From Pandemic Stress; Biden Proposes South Carolina As First Primary State In 2024 Race; Man Who Fell Overboard On Cruise Ship Speaks Out. Aired 2:30-3p ET
• Biden Touts November Jobs Report, Says Economy Is Strengthening; 1.5 Million Early Votes Already Cast Ahead Of GA Runoff Election; Former Trump White House Counsel Cipollone Back In Court Today. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• Kanye West Says He Likes Hitler, Twitter Suspends His Account; U.S. Men's Soccer Team Gears Up for Epic Clash Against Netherlands; U.S. Soccer's Pulisic Cleared to Play in Knockout Match Tomorrow; Soon, Biden to Meet Prince of Wales in Boston. Aired 1:30-2p ET
• Pandemic's Effect on Children's Brains?; Final Day of Early Voting in Georgia; January 6 Committee Preparing Final Report; Strong Jobs Report. Aired 1-1:30p ET
• New Body Cam Video Released From North Carolina Mass Shooting; Man Who Fell Overboard On A Cruise Ship Speaks Out; Possible HIV Vaccine Induces Immune Responsible In Early Clinical Trial; Univ. Of Florida Backup QB Arrested For Images Of Child Sexual Exploitation, Suspended From Team Indefinitely; Tampa Police Issue Arrest Warrant For Former NFL Player Antonio Brown After Domestic Incident; Ukrainian Children's Choir Sings "Carol Of The Bells" In NYC; Biden Signs Legislation To Avert Rail Shutdown. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• Jan. 6 Committee Meeting To Discuss Potential Criminal Referrals; Oozing Lava Erupting From Hawaii's Active Volcano Threatens Main Highway; Biden To Meet With Prince William In Boston; Biden Proposes South Carolina As First Primary State For 2024 Race; Twitter Suspends Kanye West For "Incitement To Violence". Aired 10-10:30a ET
• Twitter Suspends Kanye West's Account for Incitement to Violence; New Study Reveals Teens' Brain Aged Faster During Pandemic; USA Faces Netherlands Tomorrow at the World Cup; Protests in China Surge Amid Strict COVID-19 Lockdown Measures; Ukraine Says Russia Firing Dummy Missiles to Exhaust Air Defenses. Aired 9:30-10a ET
• 263,000 Jobs Added in November; U.S. Gas Now Cheaper Than Before Russia Invaded Ukraine; Court Halts Special Master Review of Mar-a-Lago Docs; Obama Makes Second Visit to Atlanta to Campaign for Senator Warnock; Biden to Meet with Prince William in Boston. Aired 9- 9:30a ET


December 01, 2022
• New Details in University of Idaho Murders; Teen's Family has Warning for Parents After Deadly Encounter; U.S. May Ramp Up Advanced Training o Ukrainian Soldiers; China Eases Some Covid Curbs After Days of Protests; Royal Couple U.S. Trip Overshadowed by Racism Controversy. Aired 4:30-5a ET
• Bidens to Host Macrons at First State Diner of Administration; U.S. Fed Chair Hints at Slower Pace of Rate Hikes; U.S. House Committee Now has Trump's Federal Tax Returns; U.S. Justice Department Wants All Transcripts and Evidence from the January 6th Investigation; Argentina Defeat Poland 2-0, Advance to Knockouts. Aired 4-4:30a ET
• Ukraine Desperate for Air Defense Pledges; U.S. May Ramp Up Advanced Training of Ukrainian Soldiers; China Eases Some COVID Curbs; Tough Issues Face Biden and Macron; Royal Couple U.S. Trip Overshadowed by Racism Controversy. Aired 3-4a ET
• Biden Hosting Marcons; Royal Visit Amid Controversy; Moscow Steps Up Ideological Battle Against the West; Russia Cracking Down on Gay Rights; China Lifts Some COVID Lockdowns Amid Unrest; William And Kate In U.S. Amid Palace Race Uproar; Mail Bomb Explodes At Ukraine's Embassy In Madrid. Aired 2-3a ET
• US Focused On Providing Air-Defense Systems To Ukraine; US May Ramp Up Advanced Training Of Ukrainian Soldiers; EU Proposes New Court To Prosecute Russia For War; China Eases Some COVID Curbs After Day Of Protests; Argentina And Messi Staying Alive; Moscow Moving To Toughen LGBT Propaganda Ban. Aired 1-2a ET
• China Eases Some COVID Curbs After Days Of Protests; NATO Looking At Soviet-Era Systems For Ukraine; Argentina Defeat Poland 2- 0, Advance To Knockouts; Moscow Moving To Toughen "LGBT Propaganda" Ban. Aired 12-1a ET
• CNN International: U.S. May Ramp Up Advanced Training Of Ukrainian Soldiers; China Loosens Some COVID Rules Following Mass Protests; China Mourning The Death Of Former Leader Jiang Zemin; Make- Or-Break Matchday For Fans Of Germany, Belgium; Does The British Royal Family Have Racism Problem?; Embattled Crypto Founder: I Never Try To Commit Fraud. Aired 8-8:30a ET
• Team of All-Female Referees Officiate Men's Match for First Time; Biden Will Serve Butter-Poached Lobster at First State Dinner; Will and Kate in U.S. as Buckingham Palace Faces New Race Controversy; Failed Crypto Firm Founder: I Did Not Intend to Commit Fraud. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• Biden: "Prepared To Meet With Putin" To Discuss End To War; Senate In Session Weighing Proposed Measure To Avert Rail Strike; U.S. Considers Dramatic Training Expansion For Ukrainian Forces; Paul Whelan's Brother Cast Doubt On American Detainee's Current Whereabouts. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• HIV Vaccine Induces Immune Response in Early Clinical Trial; FDA to Draft New Guidelines that May Allow Gay Men to Donate Blood; LeBron James Accuses Media of Burying Jerry Jones Scandal; Female Prime Ministers Call Out Male Reporter's Sexist Inquiry. Aired 2:30-3p ET
• Biden and Macron Hold News Conference At White House; Senate Reaches Deal To Vote On Bill To Avert Rail Strike; Confusion Mounts Over Whether 4 Students Killed Were Targeted. Aired 2-2:30p ET


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