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August 19, 2022
• Growing Fears Over the Safety of Nuclear Power Plant; EU Says Kosovo, Serbia Agreed to Continue Talks; Flash Drought Conditions Expand, Intensify in Northeastern U.S.; Many Calm in Taiwan Despite Threats from China. Aired 4:30-5a ET
• U.S. Federal Judge Sets Up Possible Affidavit Release; Push to Vaccinate Children Against Polio; Ex-Trump Organization CFO Pleads Guilty; FBI on Edge Over Possible Release of Parts of Affidavit; Afghans Reflect on Life Since the U.S. Withdrawal. Aired 4-4:30a ET
• U.S. to Boost Monkeypox Vaccine; Polio Cases Increasing in London; Child from Nebraska Died from Amoeba; Robocalls Victimized Millions of Americans; Kentucky State Still in Cleaning Phase; Deshaun Watson Suspended for 11 Games; Florida Judge Weighs to Unseal Affidavit Used by FBI; Trump Organization CFO Pleaded Guilty; Leaders Call on Russia to Spare Zaporizhzhia Nuclear Power Plant; Taiwanese People Focus on Training and Preparation. Aired 3-4a ET
• Heat Alerts In Hundreds Of Chinese Cities; Droughts Compelling Israel To Pump Water Into Sea Of Galilee; Salman Rushdie Improving, Stabbing Suspect Pleads Not Guilty; Growing Fears Over the Safety of Nuclear Power Plant; U.S. Judge May Release Mar-a-Lago Affidavit; CNN Visits Afghanistan One Year After U.S. Withdrawal; Serbia and Kosovo Agreed to Continue Crisis Talks. Aired 2-2:45a ET
• Growing Fears Over The Safety Of Nuclear Power Plant; Russian Troops Face New Calls To Leave Zaporizhzhia; China In The Midst Of The Worst Heat Wave In 60 Years; Russian Tanker Carrying Crude Oil Arrives In Cuban Waters; E.U.: Serbia, Kosovo Agree To Continue Crisis Talk; Ex-Trump Organization CFO Pleads Guilty to 15 Felonies; Court Records: Some Jan. 6 Rioters Using Event to Make Money; Monkeypox Outbreak; London Steps Up Polio Vaccination Campaign for Young Children; Drought Compels Israel to Pump Water into Sea of Galilee. Aired 1-2a ET
• Growing Fears Over Safety of Nuclear Power Plant; U.S. Federal Judge Sets Up Possible Trump Affidavit Release; Allen Weisselberg Pleads Guilty to Tax Fraud; At Least 12 Killed in Violent Storms Across Europe; Drought Compels Israel to Pump Water into Sea of Galilee; Afghans Reflect on Life Since U.S. Withdrawal; London Steps Up Polio Vaccination Campaign for Young Children. Aired 12-12:45a ET
• Unsealed Document Offers Specific About Crimes DOJ Investigating; Prosecutors Say, Sen. Lindsey Graham (R-SC) Testimony Crucial to 2020 Election Probe; Study Shows 44 Percent of Cancer Deaths Are From Preventable RiskFactors. Aired 10-10:30a ET


August 18, 2022
• Trump's Long, Strained Relationship with the FBI; U.N. Chief to Visit Ukraine Amid Nuclear Plant Concerns; Extreme Weather Around the World; China Experiencing Worst Heat Wave in 60 Years; Dozens of Books Under Scrutiny in Texas School District. Aired 4:30-5a ET
• Trump May Release Surveillance Video of FBI Search; NYT: Trump Claimed Documents Were His Personal Property; Giuliani Meets with Grand Jury Behind Closed Doors; The Trickle Effect of Climate Crisis; U.S. Retail Sales Fall Flat; CDC Plans Changes to Respond Faster to a Health Crisis. Aired 4-4:30a ET
• Donald Trump Throwing a Meat to Bait; Rudy Giuliani Face Grand Jury for Six Hours; Former V.P. Pence Changed His Mind; Afghanistan Still Not Safe Under Taliban Rule; Ukrainian Troops Targeted Crimea. Aired 3-4a ET
• Ukraine Report Confirms It Was Behind Crimea Blasts; China's Worst Heat Wave In 60 Years; At Least Three Dead After Blast In Kabul Mosque; Wildfires Tear Through Eastern Spain; At Least 26 Died in Algeria Wildfire; Highest Inflation Rate in UK in 40 Years; Trump and FBI's Long Conflict; Texas School District Removes 41 Books from Libraries Pending Review. Aired 2-3a ET
• Ukraine Report Confirms It Was Behind Explosions In Crimea; At Least 7 Reported Killed By Russians Strike In Kharkiv; Wounded Ukrainian Soldiers Refuse To Give Up; China Experiencing Worst Heat Wave In 60 Years; Researchers Find Forest Fires Worldwide Are Getting Worse; Serbian, Kosovo Leaders To Hold Talks With E.U.; U.K. Inflation Rises To 10.1 Percent In July, Highest In 40 Years; At least Three Dead after Blast in Kabul Mosque; Giuliani Meets with Grand Jury Behind Closed Doors; Trump Scrambling to Hire Attorneys; Surge in Chinese Asylum Seekers under Xi's Rule. Aired 1-2a ET
• Ukraine Report Confirms It Was Behind Explosions In Crimea; Wounded Ukrainian Soldiers Refuse To Give Up; Serbian, Kosovo Leaders To Hold Talks With E.U.; China Experiencing Worst Heat Wave In 60 Years; U.K. Inflation Rises To 10.1 Percent In July, Highest In 40 Years. Aired 12-1a ET
• Jobless Claims Dip Signaling Strong Labor Market; U.S. Home Sales Dropped in July for Sixth Straight Month; NBA Won't Hold Games on Election Day in Effort to Encourage Voting; DeSantis Targets "Woke" CEOs in New Rules for Pension Investments; Boston Children's Hospital Faces Threats After Right-Wing Tweets. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• Judge Sets Up Possible Release Of Redacted Affidavit Justifying Mar-A-Lago Search; Ex-Trump Org. CFO Pleads Guilty In Tax Fraud Scheme; Jobless Claims Dip Signaling Strong Labor Market. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• Judge Sets Up Possible Release of Redacted Affidavit Justifying Mar-a-Lago Search; White House Announces Key New Steps in Fight Against Monkeypox; Case Reported in Man Whose "Primary Risk Factor" Was Close, Nonsexual Contact at Crowded Outdoor Event. Aired 2:30-3p ET
• Interview With Michael Cohen; Trump CFO Pleads Guilty; Will Mar-a-Lago Affidavit Be Unsealed?. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• WH Launches Plan to Increase Doses, Do On-Site Vaccinations at Events; NFL's Deshaun Watson Suspended 11 Games, Fined $5 Million; Severe Drought Impacts Felt Around the Globe; Heavy Rains in TX Forecast Pose New Threat of Flash Flooding. Aired 1:30-2p ET
• Trump Organization CFO Pleads Guilty; Will Mar-a-Lago Affidavit Be Unsealed?. Aired 1-1:30p ET
• Drought Impacting Nearly Three-Quarters of U.S Farmers; Today, Judge Hears Argument on Unsealing Mar-a-Lago Affidavit; Ex-Trump Organization CFO Pleads Guilty in Tax Fraud Scheme. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• Today, Judge Hears Arguments on Unsealing Mar-a-Lago Affidavit; Suspect in Salman Rushdie Stabbing Indicted; White House Ramping Up Fight Against Monkeypox. Aired 10-10:30a ET
• Republican Nominees That Disputed the Election; Sarah Longwell is Interviewed about Republican Nominees; Damage to Ukraine Nuclear Plant; Alberto Carvalho is Interviewed about L.A. Public Schools. Aired 9:30-10a
• Judge Hears Arguments on Unsealing Mar-a-Lago Affidavit; Former Trump Organization CFO Expected to Plead Guilty in Tax Fraud Scheme; White House to Announce Key New Steps in Fight Against Monkeypox. Aired 9-9:30a ET


August 17, 2022
• Hackers And Election Officials Test Voting Machines; Source: Iran Wants Compensation If U.S. Exits Deal; Explosions Rock Russian Ammunition Depot In Crimea; Ship Carrying Food Aid Departs Ukraine For Ethiopia; Drought Forces Massive Cuts In Water Use For U.S. Southwest; NBA Won't Play Any Games On U.S. Election Day; Emma Raducanu Defeats Serena Williams Ahead Of U.S. Open. Aired 4:30-5a ET
• Liz Cheney Loses Her Seat in Wyoming Republican Primary; Former Trump Lawyers Questioned by FBI Over Documents; New COVID Boosters to be Out Next Month in the U.S. Aired 4-4:30a ET
• Liz Cheney Defeated but Not Deterred; Senator Lisa Murkowski and Kelly Tshibaka Advance in Alaska's Special Race; Rudy Giuliani Faces Grand Jury in Georgia; DOJ Interviewed Pat Cipollone and Patrick Philbin. Aired 3-4a ET
• Cheney Concedes And Vows To Keep Up Fight Against Trump; Final Polls Closed In Alaska's Primary Races; Sarah Palin Seeks Political Comeback In Alaska House Race; Senator Murkowski Advances to November Election; North Korea Fires Two Cruise Missiles; Explosion in Russian Military Ammunition Depot; People Advised Not to Approach Russian Military Installations by Zelenskyy; Colorado River and Lake Mead Drying up; Southwest U.S. Water Use Drastically Reduced Due to Drought; California Residents are Urged to Conserve Electricity. Aired 2-3a ET
• Cheney Concedes And Vows To Keep Up Fight Against Trump; Sarah Palin Seeks Political Comeback In Alaska House Race; Alaska Sen. Murkowski Challenged By Trump-Backed Tshibaka; Giuliani Under Orders To Face Georgia Grand Jury; Biden Signs Sweeping Climate, Tax, Health Bill Into Law; Explosions Rock Russian Ammunition Depot In Crimea; Odinga Formally Rejects Kenya's Presidential Election Results; Top Presidential Candidates in Brazil Officially Launch Their Campaigns; Hackers and Election Officials Test Voting Machines. Aired 1-2a ET
• Liz Cheney Concedes And Vows To Keep Up Fight Against Donald Trump; Primaries A Test Of Donald Trump's Power Over Republican Party; Former Donald Trump Lawyers Questioned By FBI Over Documents; Explosions Rock Russian Ammunition Depot In Crimea; Extreme Drought Drying Up Colorado River, Lake Mead. Aired 12-1a ET
• New COVID Boosters Targeting Omicron Rolling Out Next Month; CDC Reorganizing, Focusing On Restoring Public Trust; Florida Court: 16-Year-Old Girl Not "Mature" Enough For Abortion; Hackers Crack Open Voting Machines To Dispel Election Lies; Schools Grappling With Teacher & Bus Driver Shortages. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• Rudy Giuliani Appears Before GA Special Grand Jury; New Law Tackling Climate Change Comes As West Faces Dire Drought. Aired 3- 3:30p ET
• Fed Releases Minutes From Meeting Where Historic Rate Hike Was Approved; U.S. Retail Sales Stagnated Last Month, Up 10.3% From Last Year; U.S. Natural Gas Prices Spike To 14-Year High; South Korean Says North Korea Fired 2 Cruise Missiles; Tom Holland Takes Social Media Break Citing Mental Health. Aired 2:30-3p ET
• Could Pence Testify to January 6 Committee?; Giuliani Testifies in Georgia; Liz Cheney Loses Primary Election. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• NTSB: Co-Pilot "Visibly Upset" Before Exiting Plane Midair; Florida Court: 16-Year-Old Girl Not "Mature" Enough for Abortion; CDC Reorganizing, Focusing on Restoring Public Trust; Hackers Working to Protect Next Election; Bible Among 41 Books Taken Off Texas School District's Shelves. Aired 1:30-2p ET
• Will Pence Testify to January 6 Committee?; Rudy Giuliani Testifies in Georgia; Liz Cheney Loses Primary. Aired 1-1:30p ET
• Federal Government Announces Mandatory Water Cuts as Colorado River Dries Up; Afghan Women Struggle for Basic Rights After Taliban Takeover; NASA's Mega Moon Rocket Rolls Out to Launch Pad. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• Rep. Liz Cheney (R-WY) Loses in Landslide to Trump-Backed Harriet Hageman; Giuliani in Atlanta to Appear Before Georgia Special Grand Jury; Former Vice President Pence Says He'd Consider Testifying Before January 6 Committee. Aired 10-10:30a ET
• Retail Sales Stagnated; Pence Considers Testifying; Bus Driver Shortage; Highland park Victim Feels Hopeless. Aired 9:30-10a ET
• Giuliani Appears before Georgia Special Grand Jury; Cheney Loses in Landslide; FBI Interviewed Ex-White House Lawyers. Aired 9- 9:30a ET


August 16, 2022
• Trump Facing Mounting Legal Trouble in Several Probes; Zelensky Accuses Russia of Nuclear Blackmail; Study: Extreme Heat Belt to Impact U.S. by 2053; William Ruto Defeats Raila Odinga to Presidency in Kenya; Americans Moving to Mexico City for Cheaper Cost of Living. Aired 4:30-5a ET
• Investigation Into Mar-a-Lago Documents; U.S. Justice Department Opposes Making Affidavit Public; Giuliani a Target in Georgia Election Investigation; Liz Cheney Faces Tough Wyoming Primary Race; FBI Reports Unprecedented Threats Against Agents; Tehran Says Its Close to an Agreement on the Iran Nuclear Deal; China Adds 7 Taiwanese Officials to Sanctions List. Aired 4-4:30a ET
• Liz Cheney Faces Tough Challenge in Wyoming; DOJ Targets Rudy Giuliani; Fears Growing Over Shelling in Zaporizhzhia Nuclear Power Plant; Dreams Frozen for Afghan Women. Aired 3-4a ET
• Kenya Names New President; Mega-Flood Concerns In California; Ukraine Says It Struck Wagner Base In Luhansk Region; Fall of Afghanistan: A Year Under Taliban Rule; Swiss Army Helping Thirsty Animals; Updated COVID-19 Booster by Moderna Approved in the U.K.; Political Comeback Attempt for Sarah Palin; GOP's Cheney Facing Uphill Battle Against Trump-Back Challenger. Aired 2-3a ET
• Tehran: Remaining Issues Not Very Difficult to Resolve; China adds 7 Taiwanese Officials to Sanctions List; William Ruto Defeats Raila Odinga to Win Presidency; FBI Reports Unprecedented Threats Against Agents; U.K. Approves Booster Targeting Two COVID-19 Strains; Americans Moving to Mexico City for Cheaper Cost of Living; How Afghanistan Has Changed Since Fall of Kabul; How Social Media Impacts Users' Mental Health. Aired 1-2a ET
• Ukraine Says It Struck Wagner Base In Luhansk Region; Fears Grow Over Safety At Zaporizhzhia Nuclear Plant; William Ruto Defeats Raila Odinga To Win Kenya Presidency; Tehran: Closer To Agreement Than We've Been Before; China Adds Seven Taiwanese Officials To Sanction List; Wildfires In Spain Force Evacuation As Danger Persists; U.K. Approves Booster Targeting Two COVID-19 Strains. Aired 12-1a ET
• FBI Interviewed Former White House Lawyers, Pat Cipollone and Patrick Philbin, as Part of Investigation Into Documents Taken to Mar- a-Largo; New Home Construction Cools as More Get Priced Out of Owning a Home; President Biden Signs Inflation Reduction Act. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• Soon: Biden To Sign Historic Deal On Climate, Tax, Health Care; Giuliani Expected To Appear Before GA Grand Jury Tomorrow; WAPO: Records Reveal Trump-Allied Lawyers Pursued Voting Machine Data In Multiple Battleground States; Voters Head To The Polls Today In Alaska & Wyoming Aired 3-3:30p ET
• Jill Biden Tests Positive for COVID-19; U.S. Makes 442K Monkeypox Vaccine Doses Available Ahead of Schedule; Experts Debate Whether Monkeypox Should be Considered an STD; CDC Concludes NY Polio Case Likely from Community Spread. Aired 2:30-3p ET
• January 6 Committee Criticizes DHS Inspector General; Liz Cheney Facing Potential Primary Defeat; DOJ Seeks to Block Release of Mar-a-Lago Affidavit. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• CDC Concludes NY Polio Case Likely from Community Spread; Jill Biden Tests Positive for COVID-19; Drought Forcing Massive Cuts in Water Consumption for Southwest; 10-Year-Old Boy Loses Part of Leg in Shark Attack. Aired 1:30-2p ET
• Renting Crisis?; President Biden Set to Sign Inflation Reduction Act Into Law; Liz Cheney Facing Potential Primary Defeat; DOJ Seeks to Block Release of Mar-a-Lago Affidavit. Aired 1-1:30p ET
• Washington Post Reports, Records Reveal Trump-Allied Lawyers Pursued Voting Machine Data in Multiple Battleground States; Today, Biden Signs Historic Climate, Health Care, Tax Bill; Afghan Economy Faces Collapse Due to Sanctions, No Foreign Aid. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• DOJ Opposes Releasing Affidavit Details for Mar-a-Lago Search Warrant; First Lady Jill Biden Tests Positive for COVID-19; Rep. Liz Cheney (R-WY) Faces Off with Trump-Backed Hageman in Wyoming GOP Primary Today. Aired 10-10:30a ET
• Trump Allies Pursued Voting Machine; Monkeypox to be Considered STD; Video Released of Fatal Shooting. Aired 9:30-10a ET
• DOJ Opposes Release of Affidavit Details; Giuliani Target of Georgia Probe; Daniel Goldman is Interviewed about Giuliani; Cheney Faces tough Primary. Aired 9-9:30a ET


August 15, 2022
• Liz Cheney Faces Trump-Backed Challenger on Tuesday; Results from Tuesday's Vote in Kenya Expected Today; India and Pakistan Mark 75 Years Since End of British Rule; Over 10 Million Americans Under Heat Alerts; Heat, Drought Creating Dangerous Conditions Across Europe; Actress Anne Heche Dies Days After Fiery Crash into Home. Aired 4:30-5a ET
• One Year Since Taliban Seized Control of Kabul; Mounting Questions After Classified Docs Found at Mar-a-Lago; China Outraged Over U.S. Lawmakers' Visit to Taiwan; EU and 42 Countries on Russia to Leave Nuclear Plant; Iran Blames Rushdie and His Supporters for Attack. Aired 4-4:30a ET
• U.N. Warns Russia and Ukraine of Danger in Zaporizhzhia Nuclear Power Plant; Former President Trump Claims Executive Privilege; Taliban Denies Knowing Whereabouts of Killed Al-Qaeda Leader; Faulty Wiring Killed 18 Children in Egypt; China Responds to U.S.'s Second Visit to Taiwan; Tehran Cleans Itself for Salman Rushdie's Attack. Aired 3-4a ET
• EU, 42 Countries Urge Russia to Pull Out from Zaporizhzhia Nuclear Power Plant; Republicans Defend Trump, Democrats Seek Damage Assessment; Taliban Marks One Year in Power; U.S. Lawmakers On Unannounced Trip To Taiwan Spark Renewed Outrage From Chinese Government; Kenya Election Results Expected Today; India And Pakistan Mark 75 Years Since End Of British Rule. Aired 2-3a ET
• Fmr. Afghan Pres. Ashraf Ghani Speaks With CNN; One-Year Since Taliban Seized Control Of Kabul; CNN Goes Inside Field Hospital Near Eastern Front Lines; India And Pakistan Mark 75 Years Since End Of British Rule; 18 Children Among 41 Killed In Egypt Church Fire. Aired 1-2a ET
• CNN Goes Inside Field Hospital Near Eastern Front Lines; Russian Journalist Holds Anti-War Sign At Court Hearing; India And Pakistan Mark 75 Years Since End Of British Rule; One Year Since Taliban Seized Control Of Kabul; Afghan Assets Frozen By West After Taliban Takeover; U.S. Lawmakers Make Unannounced Trip To Taiwan; Actress Dies Days After Fiery Crash Into Home; China Issues Highest Heat Alert For 200 Plus Cities & Counties; River Thames Shrinks Due To Extreme Heat, Drought; Controversy, Chaos Win Out In Chelsea-Spurs Draw. Aired 12-1a ET
• GOP Rep. Liz Cheney Faces Tough Primary After Criticism of Trump; Economists Remain Optimistic On U.S. Economy Amid Recession Fears; Labor Bureau: 300,000 Public School Teachers Left The Field Between February 2020 And May 2022; Study: Extreme Heat Belt To Impact 100+ Million In U.S. In Next 30 Years. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• Giuliani Informed That He's A Target Of GA Election Meddling Probe; FBI & DHS Threats To Law Enforcement Spike After Trump Search; Officials: Russian Presence In South Complicated By Ukraine Attacks; Wyoming Voters Set To Decide Rep. Liz Cheney's Political Fate. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• Republicans Rally Around Trump After Home Search; Salman Rushdie In Critical Condition, But Expected To Survive Stabbing; FDA Pushes Ahead With New Monkeypox Vaccine Strategy Amid Concerns. Aired 2:30-3p ET
• Heightened Threats Against FBI; Senate Requests Documents Seized From Mar-a-Lago; Afghanistan Withdrawal One Year Later; Rudy Giuliani Target of Georgia Grand Jury Probe. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• Liz Cheney Faces Uphill Battle Against Trump-Backed Rival Tomorrow; China Launches Military Drills As U.S. Lawmakers Visit Taiwan; Study: "Extreme Heat Belt" To Impact 100 Million Americans by 2053; Climate Change Threatens Pollinators Sustaining Food Supply. Aired 1:30-2p ET
• Afghanistan Withdrawal One Year Later; Heightened Threats Against FBI; Senate Requests Documents Seized From Mar-a-Lago. Aired 1-1:30p ET
• Republicans Rally Around Trump After Mar-a-Lago Search; Interview With EPA Administrator Michael Regan About Investments to Combat Climate Change; School Districts Nationwide Struggle To Fill Teacher Vacancies. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• Trump Lawyer Claimed in June No More Classified Documents at Mar-a-Lago; U.S. Lawmakers Visit Taiwan on Heels of Pelosi's Recent Trip; Al Qaeda Presence Not "Reconstituted" in Afghanistan. Aired 10- 10:30a ET
• Cheney's Tough Primary; Judge Rules Against Graham; Lawmakers Visit Taiwan; Anne Heche Dies after Crash; Rushdie Off Ventilator. Aired 9:30-10a ET
• Trump Lawyer Claimed In June No More Classified Docs At Mar-a- Lago; FBI, DHS Warn Of Jump In Threats After Mar-a-Lago Search; Taliban Fighters Celebrate In The Streets Of Kabul; House Republicans Issues Scathing Report On Afghanistan Withdrawal. Aired 9-9:30a ET


August 14, 2022
• Trump Lawyer Claiming No Classified Material at Mar-a-Lago; Rushdie Suspect Pleading Not Guilty; New Call for Demilitarizing Zaporizhzhia Plant; Attack on Ukrainian Prisoners of War; Drought Impacting California Water Supply; Worst Wildfire in Portugal Now Under Control; 4th Heat Wave in Europe; Tropical Storm Meari Unleashing Heavy Rain in Japan; Meteor Hitting Atmosphere; Pakistan Celebrates 75 Years of Independence; Afghan Girls Face Uncertain Futures Under Taliban; Greenland Mineral Treasure Quest Funded by American Billionaires; Renowned Floral Show in Belgium is Back in Bloom. Aired 5-6a ET
• Trump Lawyer Claimed No Classified Material at Mar-a-Lago; Suspect in Jerusalem Attack Turns Himself in to Police; Drought Severely Impacting California Water Supply. Aired 4-5a ET
• Suspect in Jerusalem Attack Turns Himself into Police; U.S Lawmakers Request Damage Assessment of Seized Documents; E.U. Backs Call for Demilitarization of Zaporizhzhia Plant. Aired 3-4a ET
• Threats to Law Enforcement Spike in the Wake of Mar-a-Lago Search; Marking One Year Since Kabul Fell to the Taliban; New Details on Gun Used in "Rust" Movie Set; Should Teachers Be Armed in the Classroom?; California Faces Mega Flood Threat. Aired 8-9p ET
• Trump Offers Shifting Explanation for Why Classified Docs were at Mar-a-Lago; U.S. Lawmakers Make Surprise Trip to Taiwan; Renowned Author Off Ventilator After Stabbing Incident; CDC's Rollback of COVID Guidance Angers Some Medical Experts; Biden Administration Looks to Capitalize on String of Legislative Wins; Ice Shelves Melting even Faster than Expected. Aired 7-8p ET
• FBI Recovered 11 Sets Of Classified Docs In Trump Search; Eight Injured Including Five Americans After Gunman Shot At Jerusalem Bus; Prosecutors Say Attack On Salma Rushdie Was Premeditated And Targeted; Florida State Representative Pushes To Defund The FBI After Mar-a-Lago Search; Violent Rhetoric Heats Up Online After FBI's Mar-a-Lago Search; New Book Claims Trump Wanted Loyal Generals Like Hitler's. Aired 6-7p ET
• National Security Tension After FBI's Raid At Mar-a-Lago; One Dead And 17 Injured As A Car Plows Into A Crowd In Pennsylvania; FBI Releases Forensic Report On Alec Baldwin's On-Set Deadly Shooting Incident; Study Reveals Arctic Is Warming Faster Than Previously Thought; Inflation Peaking As Wall Street Extend Wins; At Least 41 Dead In Cairo Church Fire. Aired 5-6p ET
• Violent Rhetoric Heats Up Online After FBI's Mar-a-Lago Search; New Forward Party Co-Chair On How The Mar-a-Lago Search Could Impact 2024; Gunman Targets Jerusalem Bus Injuring Eight, Including Five Americans; Salman Rushdie Off Ventilator, Remains In Critical Condition; GOP Voters To Decide Tuesday On Whether To Oust Representative Liz Cheney; Congressional Delegation Makes Surprise Trip To Taiwan; Biden Plans Major Speech In September To Tout Wins. Aired 4-5p ET
• Trump Asks FBI To Return Attorney-Client And Executive Privilege Documents; U.S. Congressional Delegation Makes Surprise Trip To Taiwan; Five Americans Among Injured In Jerusalem Shooting. Aired 3-4p ET
• Congressional Delegation Makes Surprise Trip To Taiwan; House Dems Request Intel Damage Assessment; DOJ Seizes 11 Sets Of Classified Documents From Mar-a-Lago; Pennsylvania Man Charged With Two Counts Of Murder Driving Into A Crowd And Killing Another Woman In An Unrelated Incident; Study: Antarctica's Ice Shelves Crumbling Faster Than Thought; GOP Voters In Wyoming To Decide The Fate Of Rep. Liz Cheney On Tuesday. Aired 2-3p ET


August 13, 2022
• Ukrainian Civilians in the Line of Fire; Salman Rushdie Attacked at Book Event; Russia's War on Ukraine; U.S. House Passes Sweeping Health Care, Tax, and Climate Bill; Interview with LEARN Founder and Executive Director Pashtana Dorani; Investigation into Trump's Potential Espionage Act Violations. Aired 5-6a ET
• FBI Seizes Top Secret Documents From Trump's Residence; Online Violent Rhetoric Soars Following FBI Search; Russia Ramps up Offensive in the East; Dangerous Heat and Drought; Author Salman Rushdie Stabbed at New York Book Event. Aired 4-5a ET
• Warrant Shows FBI Investigating Possible Espionage Act Violations; Author Salman Rushdie Stabbed At New York Book Event; U.S. CDC Eases Some Of Its COVID Recommendations. Aired 3-4a ET
• Sources: Trump's Lawyers Said In June No More Classified Documents Kept At Mar-a-Lago; FBI Recovered 11 Sets Of Classified Documents In Trump Search; FBI Gets "Unprecedented" Number Of Threats After Mar-a-Lago Search; Salman Rushdie Attacker Charged with 2nd- Degree Attempted Murder; Actress Anne Heche Declared Brain Dead After Car Accident; Rep. Lofgren Weighs In On Threats To Federal Officers After Mar-a-Lago Search; New CDC COVID Guidance; U.N. Watchdog: Ukrainian Nuclear Plant Facing "Grave Hour. Aired 8-9p ET
• FBI Investigating 'Unprecedented' Number Of Threats Against Bureau In Wake Of Mar-A-Lago Search; CDC Loosens Recommendations For Some COVID-19; Do Lockdown Drills Help Or Hurt Our Kids; GOP Voters To Decide Tuesday On Whether To Oust Rep. Liz Cheney; Afghanistan One Year After U.S. Withdrawal. Aired 7-8p ET
• Trump Lawyer Claimed No Classified Material Was At Mar-a-Lago; FBI Recovered 11 Sets Of Classified Documents In Trump Search; Interview With Rep. Zoe Lofgren (D-CA); Salman Rushdie Attacker Charged With Second Degree Attempted Murder; West Coast Drought Severely Impacting California Water Supply; Cheney Faces Primary Opponents Tuesday. Aired 6-7p ET
• FBI Recovered 11 Sets Of Classified Docs In Search At Trump's Mar-a-Lago; John Klepper Confronts MAGA Crowd On Wild Conspiracies; One-On-One With "The Daily Show's" Jordan Klepper; Vanessa Bryant Takes On L.A. County Over Kobe Crash Photos; CDC Ends COVID Social Distancing, Testing, Quarantine Recommendations; Billionaires Funding Massive Treasure Hunt In Greenland As Ice Melts. Aired 5-6p ET
• DHS, FBI Warn Of Threat Against Feds, Government Officials After Search at Trump's Mar-a-Lago; Author Salman Rushdie Suffers Multiple Stab Wounds During On-Stage Attack; Hardline Iranian Newspapers Praise Salman Rushdie Stabbing Attack; More Buses With Migrants Arrive In NYC From Texas As City Struggles To Accommodate Asylum Seekers; Violent Rhetoric Circulating On Pro-Trump Web Sites After FBI Search. Aired 4-5p ET
• FBI Recovered 11 Sets Of Classified Documents In Trump Search; Actress Anne Heche Brain Dead After Los Angeles Car Crash; Vanessa Bryant Takes On L.A. County Over Kobe Crash Photos; Russia Confirms For First Time Prisoner Swap Negotiations With U.S.; Suspect In Salman Rushdie Attack Charged With Second-Degree Attempted Murder And Assault; CDC Ends Social Distancing Guidelines For COVID-19 Control; CDC Official Warns NY Polio Outbreak Is "Tip Of The Iceberg". Aired 3- 4p ET
• Sources Indicate Lawyer For Former President Trump Signed Letter Asserting No More Classified Information Being Stored At Mar-A- Lago Resort In Florida; Senate And House Democrats Pass Climate And Spending Bill; ATF Director Discusses Threats To Law Enforcement Agents And Increased Gun Violence In America; Vanessa Bryant Files Lawsuit Against L.A. County For Showing Photos Of Bodies Of Husband Kobe Bryant And Daughter Gianna Bryant; California Governor Newsom Proposes Plans To Conserve More Water For State; NBA Announces It Will Permanently Retire Bill Russell's Jersey Throughout League; This Year Marks 75th Anniversary Of Jackie Robinson Breaking Major League Baseball's Color Barrier. Aired 2-3p ET.
• Taliban Violently Disperse Women Protesters; DOJ Removes 11 Sets Of Classified Documents From Mar-a-Lago; Gov. Abbot Agrees To One Debate With Democrat O'Rourke; Gov. Abbott Draws Criticism for Busing Migrants Out of Texas; Ukraine: Fierce Fighting Rages In Donetsk; Russia & Ukraine Trade Accusations Over Nuclear Plant Shelling; Heat, Drought Creating Dangerous Conditions Across Europe; Rain Pours Into Las Vegas Casinos And Floods Streets In Wettest Monsoon Season In Decades. Aired 1-2p ET
• Interview With Rep. Dina Titus (D-NV); DOJ Removes 11 Sets Of Classified Documents From Mar-A-Lago; Dems' Economic Bill Heads To Biden's Desk For Signing After House Passage; Biden To Sign Economic And Climate Bill Into Law Next Week; CDC Drops Advice To Regularly Test Students Exposed To COVID In Order For Them To Stay In Class; Salman Rushdie Remains Hospitalized After Being Stabbed At Least Twice; California Expected To Lose 10 Percent Of Water Supply By 2040. Aired 12-1p ET
• DOJ Removes 11 Sets Of Classified Documents From Mar-a-Lago; FBI Investigating Unprecedented Number Of Threats Against Bureau; Salman Rushdie Remains Hospitalized After Being Stabbed At Least Twice; Trump And Allies Flood The Zone With Falsehoods After FBI Raid; Dems' Economic And Climate Bill Passes Along Party Lines; Consumers Rack Up A Record Amount Of Credit Card Debt; U.S. Inflation Slows In July But Still High; CDC Ends COVID Social Distancing, Quarantine Recommendations. Aired 11a-12p ET
• According to Unsealed Warrant, FBI Seized 11 Sets of Classified Documents Including Top Secret Material from Search of Former President Trump's Residence at Mar-a-Lago; Senate and House Democrats Pass Climate and Spending Bill; New York Officials Say Wastewater Samples Reveal Presence of Polio Virus; Centers for Disease Control and Prevention Easing Guidelines on COVID-19. Aired 10-11a ET


August 12, 2022
• Washington Post: FBI was Looking for Nuclear Documents; Trump Apparently Shredded Documents, Tried to Flush Them; Ukraine Reports New Strikes Near Zaporizhzhia Plant; Donors Pledge More Than $1.55 Billion in Air for Ukraine. Aired 4:30-5a ET
• Garland Calls Out Attacks on FBI, Justice Department; FBI was Looking for Nuclear Documents; Ohio Police Kill Gunman Who Tried to Breach FBI Office; Ex-Members of Trump Cabinet Engaging with January 6th Committee. Aired 4-4:30a ET
• A.G. Merrick Garland Gave Approval to FBI Search; U.N. Warns of Constant Shelling Zaporizhzhia Nuclear Power Plant; Only a Handful Ukrainians Wants to Evacuate; Poverty Getting Worse Under Taliban Rule; Wildfires Leaves Western Europe in Ashes; Fossil Fuels Damages the Arctic; Protesters Killed in Sierra Leone's Protest; Climate Change Wipes Beaches; Hongkongers Leaving in Droves; Mexican Miners Trapped for Days Now. Aired 3-4a ET
• Trump Responds to Search Warrant Request; CNN Gives Latest Updates on Russia's War in Ukraine; Malnutrition Threatens Thousands of Children's Lives in Haiti; Hong Long Loses Record 113,000+ Residents In Past Year; Heat, UNHCR/NRC: Severe Drought Displaces M People In Somalia; Drought Creating Dangerous Conditions Across Europe. Aired 2-2:45a ET
• Afghans More Impoverished Than Ever Under Taliban; Save the Children: Situation Bleak for Youngest Afghans; Heat, Drought Creating Dangerous Conditions Across Europe; Challenging Conditions Hamper Efforts to Rescue Miners; Trump Apparently Shredded Documents, Tried to Flush Them; U.N. Raises the Alarm over Shelling of Zaporizhzhia Plant; Justice Department Moves to Unseal Warrant, Property Receipt; 2 Dozen Plus Killed in Anti-Government Demonstrations; Hong Kong Loses Record 113,000 Plus Residents in Past Year. Aired 1-2a ET


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