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December 25, 2024


February 22, 2024
• CNN International: U.S To Unveil New Sanctions Against Russia; UK Sanctions Officers Of Penal Colony Where Navalny Died; Biden Calls Putin "Crazy SOB" At Fundraiser. Aired 8-9a ET
• CNN International: Outmanned and Outgunned, Ukrainians Vow to Fight On; China Accuses Taiwan of Covering Up Death of Chinese Fisherman; House Republicans Defiant After FBI Informant Discredited; Biden Debating Executive Action on Southern Border; Facility Pauses IVF Treatment After Alabama Court Ruling. Aired 4:30-5a ET
• CNN International: One Killed, Several Wounded in Shooting in West Bank; Negotiators Working to Reach Hostage Deal Before Ramadan; CNN Investigation: Israeli Forces Fired on U.N. Food Convoy; U.K. Hits Russian Penal Colony Officials with Sanctions for Navalny's Death; Woman Accused of Treason for Supporting Ukraine; Navalny's Widow Vows to Continue Husband's Cause. Aired 4-4:30a ET
• One Dead, Six Wounded in a West Bank Highway Shooting; Negotiators Race for a Hostage Deal Ahead of the Ramadan Period; A Russian-American Citizen Charged with Treason After Donating a Small Amount to the Ukrainian Charity; U.S. Secretary of State Arrives in Brazil for Talks Ahead of the G20 Summit in November; Chinese Coast Guard Officers Boarded a Taiwanese Tourist Boat; Nations and Private Companies Racing for the Lunar Landing to the Moon. Aired 3-4a ET
• One Dead, Seven Wounded In Shooting In West Bank; International Court Of Justice Holding Hearings On Legal Consequences Of Israel's Policies In Palestinian Territories; CNN Investigation: Israeli Forces Fired On U.N. Food Convoy; Outmanned And Outgunned, Ukrainians Vow To Fight On; House Republicans Defiant After FBI Informant Discredited; Displaced Palestinian Journalist Speaks Out Against Hamas; Journalist Speaks on Ordinary Palestinian's View of Hamas; EU Agrees to New Sanctions Targeting Russian Drones; Japan Spearheading Efforts to Rebuild Ukraine; No Decision Yet if Assange Can Appeal U.S. Extradition. Aired 2-2:45a ET
• Israeli Forces Fired On Food Convoy In Gaza; U.K. Imposes Sanctions On Officials At Prison Where Alexei Navalny Died; Navalny's Widow Vows To Continue His Fight For A Free Russia; People In Sudan Enduring Hunger, Displacement Amid Conflict; WikiLeaks Founder Awaits Extradition Decision To U.S. from London Judge; House Republicans Defiant after FBI Informant Discredited; Boyfriend of Ksenia Karelina Pleads for Her Release; Outmanned and Outgunned, Ukrainians Vow to Fight On. Aired 1-2a ET
• Julian Assange Awaits Decision on Extradition Appeal in London Court; Republicans Continue Push For Impeachment of U.S. President Biden Despite Informant's Discrediting; Gaza Humanitarian Crisis Worsens as Tens of Thousands at Risk of Starvation and Disease; World Health Organization Warns of Dire Consequences from Gaza's Food and Water Shortages; U.S. Argues Against Israel's Unconditional Withdrawal from Palestinian Territories at International Court of Justice. Aired 12-1a ET


February 21, 2024
• CNN International: Putin Hails Troops After Capture Of Avdiivka In Ukraine; Ukraine Urges More Intl. Support After Loss Of Avdiivka; Russians Look To Advance After Fall of Avdiivka. Aired 11a-12p ET
• CNN International: Russia Set To Advance In Eastern Ukraine After Avdiivka Falls; Navalny's Mother Files Lawsuit Over "Inaction" To Release Body, Files Complaint About "Illegal Actions"; Biden Blasts Trump For Not Blaming Putin; Indicted Biden Accuser Says He Was Fed Info By Russians; U.S. Vetoes U.N. Resolution For Immediate Ceasefire In Gaza; U.N.: Gaza Residents Desperate Amid Hunger, Rising Malnutrition; U.K. High Court To Decide If Assange Has Right To Appeal; Jury Selection To Begin For Armorer In Deadly "Rust" Shooting; Navalnaya Vowed To Keep Up Her Husband's Political Activism; North Korea Reopens Borders To Tourists; Video Shows Gang Leader Lived "Like A King" In Prison. Aired 8-9a ET
• CNN International: Ukraine's Defense Intel: Russian Pilot Who Defected is Dead; IDF Troops Post Videos from Gaza on Social Media; Former Haitian First Lady Among 51 Indicted in Husband's Killing; Christie's Auctioning Off Items from Elton John's Atlanta Home. Aired 4:30-5a ET
• CNN International: U.S. Vetoes Resolution for Immediate Ceasefire in Gaza; Gaza Residents Desperate Amid Hunger, Rising Malnutrition; Navalny's Mother: Let Me Finally See My Son; Putin Calls Ukraine's Withdrawal from Avdiivka Unconditional Success; Ecuador's Chaotic Prison System. Aired 4-4:30a ET
• Mother of the Late Russian Opposition Leader Appeals to their President; U.S. Vetoes United Nations Security Council Resolution on Gaza Ceasefire; North Korea Reopens Borders to Tourists; WikiLeaks Founder to Make Final Appeal in Court; Beyonce's New Country Single Tops the Charts. Aired 3-3:45a ET
• U.K. High Court to Decide if Julian Assange Has the Right to Appeal Against His Extradition; Widow of Assassinated Haitian President Jovenel Moise Among Dozens of People Accused in His 2021 Killing; Japanese Government to Limit Truck Driver Overtime Hours; Starbucks Unveils Pork Flavored Latte to Mark Chinese Lunar New Year. Aired 2-3a ET
• U.S. Vetoes U.N. Security Council Resolution Calling For An Immediate Ceasefire In Gaza; Moscow Court Upholds Detention Of U.S. Journalist; Russian Pilot Who Defected To Ukraine Is Believed Dead In Spain; Gang Leader Escape Shines Light On Nation's Prison System; U.N. Food Agency Pauses Deliveries To The North Of Gaza; IDF Troops Post Videos from Gaza on Social Media; Ukraine's War Effort Hampered by Low Ammo, Slow Recruitment; DOJ Filing Indicted FBI Informant; U.K. High Court to Decide if Assange Has Right to Appeal; Japanese Government to Limit Truck Driver Overtime Hours; Films of the Fab Four in the Works. Aired 1-2a ET
• Kremlin Outraged Over Accusations in Navalny Case; US Veto on Gaza Ceasefire Resolution Draws Criticism; World Food Programme Suspends Aid in Gaza Amid Risks; US to Impose Further Sanctions on Russia Over Navalny's Death; Navalny's Mother Appeals to Putin for Son's Release; Russian Helicopter Pilot Defects to Ukraine Found Dead; Ukrainian Troops Withdraw Amid Chaos in Avdiivka; Ukraine Marks Two Years of War with Russia; U.K. High Court to Decide if Assange Has Right to Appeal Extradition; North Korean Borders Reopen for First Time Since Pandemic; Starbucks Unveils Pork Flavored Latte to Mark Lunar New Year. Aired 12-12:45a ET


February 20, 2024
• CNN International: Ukrainian Military Says It Repelled 11 Russian Attacks In Zaporizhzhia Region Overnight; Dual U.S.-Russian Citizen Arrested In Russia; Navalny's Mother Asks Putin To Hand Over Her Son's Body; U.S. Proposes Temporary Ceasefire In U.N. Draft Resolution; Prince William "Deeply Concerned" About Human Cost Of Conflict; 100 Million Pieces Of Debris Are Circling The Globe. Aired 8-8:30a ET
• CNN International: Russia Captures Key Ukrainian Town as U.S. Aid Stalls; Russian Influence Growing in Venezuela Amid Tension with U.S.; Navalny's Widow Vows to Continue Husband's Cause; 100 Million Pieces of Debris Circling Globe. Aired 4:30-5a ET
• CNN International: Navalny's Widow Vows to Keep Up His Fight; Mourners Lay Flowers in Moscow for Alexey Navalny; Ukraine Withdraws as U.S. Aid Stalls; U.S. Proposes Temporary Ceasefire in U.N. Draft Resolution; Situation Remains Dire for Children in Gaza. Aired 4-4:30a ET
• Alexei Navalny's Wife Speaks Out after the Unexplained Death of Her Husband; Biden Slams Republican Lawmakers on the Stalled Ukrainian Aid Bill; Russian FM to Visit Venezuela as Tensions Mounting Between the U.S. and Venezuela Ahead of the Elections; Scientists Unveil a New Artificial Intelligence Model to Detect if a Patient is a Male or a Female; Russian President Gifts a Car to North Korea Supreme Leader. Aired 3-4a ET
• Venezuelan Security Forces Detain High-profile Activist; 19 People Arrested for an Alleged Plot to Kill Maduro; U.S. Threatens to Re-impose Sanctions Against Venezuela; Russian Influence Growing in Venezuela Amid Tension With U.s.; American Woman Goes Missing in Madrid; Chilean Activists Demand the Return of a Huge Moai Statue From the British Museum. Aired 2-3a ET
• Navalny Aide Says His Body Won't Be Released For 14 Days; Israel Vows Rafah Ground Assault By Ramadan If Hostages Are Not Freed; Russia Takes Avdiivka From Ukraine; NATO's Stoltenberg Urges U.S. House To Pass Ukraine Aid; Situation Remains Dire for Children in Gaza; Houthi Rebels Say they Targeted U.S. and British Ships; Venezuelan Security Forces Detain High-Profile Activist; Lionel Messi Again Addresses Missed Hong Kong Match; 100 M Pieces of Debris Circling Globe. Aired 1-2a ET
• Yulia Navalny Continues Husband's Fight; Avdiivka Falls, Ukraine Conflict Intensifies; International Calls for Gaza Ceasefire; ICJ Case on Israel-Palestine Policies; Navalny's Widow Vows to Continue Husband's Cause; Venezuelan Security Forces Detain High- Profile Activist. Aired 12-12:45a ET


February 19, 2024
• CNN International: Israel Issues An Ultimatum To Hamas On Hostage Release; Kremlin: "Not Involved" In Returning Navalny's Body To Family; Some In Russia Taking Risk By Paying Respects To Navalny. Aired 8-8:30a ET
• CNN International: NY Governor Apologizes for Inappropriate Gaza Remarks; Three Killed in Minnesota Shooting; Heavy Rain and Flood Risk Impacts Millions on West Coast; Lunar New Year Tourism Revenues in China Up by 47 Percent Compared to 2023; Top Winners of the 77th British Academy Film Awards. Aired 4:30-5a ET
• CNN International: Russian Flag Flies Over Avdiivka After Months of Battle; Aid Bill in Limbo as U.S. Lawmakers on Recess; Rights Group: Concern Over Potential Israeli Ground Offensive in Rafah; Hundreds Detained for Attending Alexei Navalny Vigils; Nikki Haley Slams Trump's Comments on Vladimir Putin; Families of Hostages Await Word on Loved Ones Held by Hamas. Aired 4-4:30a ET
• New Amnesty Report Slams Anti-Terrorism Laws in Russia; Russian Flag Raised in the Ukrainian Town of Avdiivka After Months of Battle; Two Police Officers and a Firefighter Killed in the Line of Duty in Minnesota; Shanghai Back in Business after the Lunar New Year Holidays; Oppenheimer Wins Big at the BAFTAs; Italian Prisoners Make Musical Instruments from Scrap Migrant Boats. Aired 3-4a ET
• Russia Gets Full Control of Avdiivka; Germany and U.K. Mourn Death of Alexei Navalny; Russia's Surging Anti-Terrorism Laws; Nikki Haley Condemns Trump's Comments on NATO, Trump Compares Himself to Navalny; House Takes a Recess, Leaving Aid Bill to Ukraine Uncertain; Israel Sets Ramadan as Deadline for Hostage Release; ICJ Begins Hearing on Israel's Occupation of Palestine; Israel Condemns Brazil's President for Comparing Gaza War to the Holocaust; Shanghai Market Reopens, Tourism Reportedly Surged; U.S. Strikes Underwater Houthi Vessel For First Time; Top Winners Of The 77th British Academy Film Awards. Aired 2-3a ET
• Thousands Sign Petition Demanding Release Of Body Of Navalny; Russia Takes Avdiivka From Ukraine, Biggest Gain In Nine Months; Israel Will Launch Rafah Offensive If Hostages Not Returned By Ramadan; Israel Opposes Unilateral Imposition of Palestinian State; U.S. Military Reports First Houthi Unmanned Underwater Vessel In Red Sea; Fighting Takes Heavy Toll on Sudan's Most Vulnerable Population; Shanghai Market Reopens, Tourism Reportedly Surged; OpenAI Unveils New Text-to-Video Generator Sora; Salvaging Beauty from Tragedy; Top Winners of the 77th British Academy Film Awards. Aired 1-2a ET
• Doctor Describes 'Overwhelming Experience' in Gaza; Families of Israeli Hostages File ICC Case Against Hamas; Exports of Crude Oil to India Help Russia Fund War; Shanghai Market Reopens, Record Tourism Spending Reported; Explorer Follows Original Path of Human Migration; Oppenheimer is Big Winner at BAFTAS. Aired 12-12:45a ET


February 18, 2024
• Ukrainian Town Of Avdiivka Is Now Under Russian Control; Growing Outrage Over Death Of Putin Critic Alexei Navalny; Trump Bashes "Lunatic" Judge In NY Civil Fraud Trail; Haley Slams Trump In Wake Of Navalny Death; Israel Hostage Coordinator: Hamas Demands "Delusional"; Tech Companies Take Aim At Deceptive AI In Elections. Aired 5-6a ET
• "Putin is Responsible", Says Biden for the Death of Alexei Navalny; Ukraine Troops Pulls Out of Avdiivka Town; In Light of Navalny's Passing, Haley Attacks Trump; Trump Ordered to Pay Around $355 by New York Judge in Fraud Trial; At Sneak Con in Philadelphia, Trump Debuts Line of Shoes; U.S. Vows to Reject New U.N. Security Council Resolution on Gaza Ceasefire; Israeli Attacks on Central Gaza and Rafah Left At Least 81 Deaths; U.S. Attacks Houthis in Self- Defense; Ukrainian President Implores Leaders to Provide More Weapons; Interview with Russian Opposition Politician, Adviser to Alexei Navalny and Former Russian Deputy Energy Minister Vladimir Milov; Planned Nuclear Space Weapon Development Underway in Russia; Orban Claims Sweden's NATO Candidacy Can Be Ratified by Hungary; Japan Successfully launches H3 Rocket; Historic NBA All-Star Weekend Underway. Aired 4-5a ET
• Biden Says, Putin Ultimately Responsible for Navalny Death; Trump Rails Against New York Civil Case Ruling; Israeli Airstrikes Hit Central Gaza. Aired 3-4a ET
• President Biden Slams House For Taking Break Without Ukraine Aid; Video Shows Russia Raising Its Flag In Ukrainian City Of Avdiivka; Trump Has Been Fined About $438 Million Over Past Four Weeks; Trump's First Criminal Trial To Start March 25th; Services Resume At Lakewood Church One Week After Shooting; Russian Police Shove Man's Head Into Snow At Navalny Memorial. Aired 7-8p ET
• Biden Rips House For Taking Break Without Passing Ukraine Aid; Interview With Representative Joaquin Castro (D-TX) About Aid To Ukraine; VP Kamala Harris Quietly Working To Boost Biden Campaign Strategy; Israeli Hostage Families File War Crimes Charges Against Hamas; Ukraine Loses Key Town of Avdiivka To Russian Forces; Two Officers, One Firefighter Killed In Minnesota Shooting; OpenAI Announces Tool That Generates Videos Through Text Prompts. Aired 6-7p ET
• Avdiivka Falls To Russia; Nikki Hale Criticizes Trump Over Navalny's Death; Liz Cheney Calls On Congress To Act On Ukraine Aid; Russia; Hundreds Of Arrests Made In Russia For Paying Respect To Navalny. Aired 5-6p ET
• U.S. Strikes Against Houthi Rebel Targets; Global Outrage Aimed At Russia Over Death Of Alexei Navalny; 2 Officers, 1 Firefighter Killed In Minnesota Shooting; France And Egypt Express "Firm Opposition" To Any Offensive In Rafah; Nasser Medical Out Of Service; Kamala Harris High-Profile Role; Migrant Shelter Boy Dies; All-Star Game Hours Away. Aired 4-5p ET
• US Conducts Strikes Against Houthi Underwater Vessel For The First Time Since Red Sea Attacks Began; Hospital Director: At Least 13 Killed In Israeli Airstrikes In Rafah; Global Outrage Aimed At Russia Over Death Of Putin Critic. Aired 3-4p ET
• U.S. Conducts Strikes Against Houthi Underwater Vessel For The First Time Since Attacks Began; Hospital Director: At Least 13 Killed In Israel Airstrikes In Rafah; Biden Blames "Congressional Inaction" For Fall Of Key Ukrainian Town; Global Outrage Aimed At Russia Over Death Of Putin Critic; Trump Asks Supreme Court To Delay His Trial For Election Subversion. Aired 2-3p ET


February 17, 2024
• Grief And Outrage Over Alexei Navalny's Prison Death; Trump Ordered To Pay Over $350 Million In Business Empire Scheme; Israel Will Not Stop Fighting during Ramadan; Biden Pledges Continued Support For East Palestine, Ohio; Curry And Ionescu Set For 3-Point Shootout. Aired 5-6a ET
• Grief And Outrage Over Alexei Navalny's Prison Death; Trump Ordered To Pay Over $350 Million In Business Empire Scheme; Judge To Decide Whether To Disqualify DA Fani Willis; Israel Releases Names Of UNRWA Employees Allegedly Involved In October 7 Attacks; Zelenskyy At Munich Conference As U.S. Aid Stalled In Congress; Prince Harry Speaks After King Charles III's Diagnosis. Aired 4-5a ET
• Grief And Outrage Over Alexei Navalny's Prison Death; Trump Ordered To Pay Over $350 Million In Business Empire Scheme; Israel Will Not Stop Fighting During Ramadan; Prince Harry Speaks After King Charles III's Diagnosis. Aired 3-4a ET
• Monitoring Group: 400+ People Detained Across Russia While Mourning Navalny; Alexey Navalny's Family Demands The Return Of His Body; Global Outrage Grows Over Death Of Putin Critic Alexey Navalny. Aired 8-9p ET
• Global Outrage Grows Over Death Of Alexei Navalny; Biden Blames Congress For Fall Of Key Ukrainian Town Avdiivka; Trump Attacks Judge Behind $355 Million Civil Fraud Case Fine; Sources: Russia Attempting To Develop Nuclear Space Weapon; Biden Fears More Ukrainian Towns Will Fall Without More US Aid; Navalny, The Latest In The Long Line Of Fallen Putin Critics. Aired 7-8p ET
• Biden Blames Congress For Fall Of Key Ukrainian Town, Avdiivka; Trump Suggests Russia Can Invade US Allies; Judge Orders Trump To Pay Nearly $355M In Civil Fraud Trial; Alexey Navalny's Family Demands The Return Of His Body; TX Gov. Announces Plan To Build Military Base In Eagle Pass; Judge to Decide Whether Fani Willis Can Stay On Trump Case. Aired 6-7p ET
• Biden Speaks About Death Of Alexey Navalny And The Fate Of Ukraine Aid In Congress; Alexey Navalny's Family Demands The Return Of His Body; Interview With Rep. Eric Swalwell (D-CA); Sources: Russia Attempting To Develop Nuclear Space Weapon; Global Outrage Grows Over Death Of Putin Critic Alexey Navalny; Trump's Fortune Take Major Hit In NY Civil Judgement; Basketball's Best Gather For NBA All-Star Weekend. Aired 5-6p ET
• Did Not Air 4-5p ET
• Biden Blames Congress For Fall Of Ukrainian City Of Avdiivka; Global Outrage Grows Over Death Of Putin Critic Alexey Navalny; New Details Emerge On Potential Russian Nuclear Space Weapon; Tennessee Sheriff's Office Releases Video Of Shooting That Killed Deputy; Biden Visits Site Of East Palestine, Ohio Trail Derailment; Texas Governor Announces Plans To Build 80-Acre Base In Eagle Pass; Trump Addresses Supporters In Michigan Following Latest Civil Fraud Trial. Aired 3-4p ET
• Russian Opposition Leader And Putin Critic Alexey Navalny Dies While Imprisoned In Russian Penal Colony; House Republicans Signaling They Will Not Take Up Bill To Provide Aid To Ukraine To Combat Russian Invasion; Judge Orders Former President Trump And His Companies To Pay $355 Million In Civil Fraud Trial And Bans Trump from Running Any Business In New York For Three Years; Fulton County District Attorney Fani Willis Answers Questions Regarding Possible Conflict Of Interest In Election Interference Case Against Former President Trump; Donald Trump Likely To Use Funds From Super PAC To Pay Legal Fees; Israeli Hostage Coordinator Says Hamas' Conditions For Hostages Release Delusional. Aired 2-3p ET
• Navalny's Mother Arrives At Morgue, Told His Body Not There; Zelensky: Putin Sent A "Clear Message" With Death Of Navalny; Sources: Russia Attempting To Develop Nuclear Space Weapon Ro Destroy Satellites With Massive Energy Wave; Judge To Decide Whether To Disqualify Fani Willis; "United States Of Scandal" Premiers Tomorrow At 9P ET/PT; German Defense Minister On Navalny's Death & Future Of NATO; 27 Million-Plus At Risk Of Flooding And Landslides From 2 Storms In CA; The Mystery Of The Pregnant Stingray. Aired 1-2p ET
• Global Outrage Grows Over Death Of Putin Critic Alexey Navalny; Vice President Harris Meets Zelenskyy In Munich, Vows U.S. Support For Ukraine; Vice President Harris: United States "Cannot Play Political Games' With Ukraine Support; Judge Orders Trump To Pay Nearly $355M In Civil Fraud Trial; Russia Attempting To Develop Nuclear Space Weapon; VA Home Explodes, Leaving Firefighter Dead And 13 Others Injured; Israel Hostage Coordinator: Hamas Demands For Deal "Delusional". Aired 12-1p ET


February 16, 2024
• CNN International: Did Not Air
• CNN International: Fulton County District Attorney Fani Willis Testifies in Misconduct Hearing; Ugandan Renewable Energy Company Brings Biofuel to Farmers. Aired 4:30-5a ET
• CNN International: Hearings on Motions to Disqualify Fulton District Attorney Fani Willis; Trump's First Criminal Trial Set for March 25 in New York; Former FBI Informant Arrested, Charged with Lying About Bidens; Israeli Special Forces Raid Nassar Hospital in Gaza; Fallout Over Threat of Russian Anti-Satellite System; Munich Security Conference Gets Underway. Aired 4-4:30a ET
• IDF Raids Gaza's Nasser Hospital; Fani Willis Testifies Over Her Relationship with Nathan Wade at the Election Subversion Trial. World Leaders Gathered in Munich for the Annual Security Conference; Presidential Elections in Senegal Indefinitely Postponed; Greece Legalizes Same Sex Marriage. Aired 3-4a ET
• Israeli forces Raid One Of Gaza's Last Functioning Hospitals; U.S. Stocks Bounce Back From Steep Losses; Georgia District Attorney On Trial For Allegations Of Misconduct; Witnesses Recall The Chaotic Scene In Kansas City Chiefs Celebration; World Leaders Gather In NATO Conference; Ex-FBI Informant Arrested, Charged With Lying About Bidens; Scientists Track Changes To Polar Bear Behavior. Aired 2-2:45a ET
• Israeli Special Forces Raid Nasser Hospital In Gaza; NATO Chief Pushes Back Against Trump's Comments On Alliance; Ex-FBI Informant Arrested, Charged With Lying About Bidens; Fallout over Threat of Russian Anti-Satellite System; Israel Special Forces Raid Nasser Hospital in Gaza; Kansas City Mass Shooting; Greek Parliament Legalizes Same Sex Marriage; Figures Show U.K. in Recession with General Election Months Away. Aired 1-2a ET
• Israel Special Forces Raid Nasser Hospital in Gaza; NATO Chief Pushes Back Against Trump's Comments, New Pledges Made to Ukraine; Trump's First Criminal Trial Set for March 25 in New York; Fani Willis Testifies in Misconduct Hearing for Georgia Election Subversion Case; Greek Parliament Legalizes Same-Sex Marriage. Aired 12-12:45a ET


February 15, 2024
• CNN International: Israeli Special Forces Enter Nasser Hospital in Gaza; Netanyahu Vows "Powerful Action" In Rafah After Evacuations; Concerns Over Potential Israeli Ground Operation In Rafah. Aired 8- 8:30a ET
• One Dead, 20 Plus Shot at Super Bowl Celebration; Greek Parliament to Vote on Legalizing Same-Sex Marriages; Gaps in Regulation in the U.S. Fertility Industry; Bollywood Star Shah Rukh Khan on His Hits and Flops. Aired 4:30-5a ET
• CNN International: Police: One Dead, 20 Plus Shot At Super Bowl Celebration; NATO Defense Ministers Discuss Defense And Ukraine; U.S. Officials: Russian Nuclear Anti-Satellite System In Space Is Concerning, Does Not Pose Immediate Threat; International Opposition Grows To Potential Rafah Ground Operation. Aired 4-4:30a ET
• One Dead, 21 Wounded at a Super Bowl Celebration Mass Shooting in Kansas; Japan Now the Fourth Largest Economy in the World; Gang Violence in Haiti Worsens with January 2024 the Most Violent on Record; NATO Defense Ministers Tackle Support for Ukraine; Bollywood Actor Talks to CNN's Richard Quest on His Career; Taylor Swift's Eras Tour Heads to Australia; Fantastic Four Reboot Cast Revealed on Valentines Day. Aired 3-4a ET
• Police: One Dead, 20 Plus Shot At Super Bowl Celebration; New Russian Strikes Target Cities Across Ukraine; Ukrainian Military Increasingly Relying On Drone Warfare; Designation of Houthis as "Global Terrorist Group" to Take Effect Saturday; Japan Slips Into Recession Due to Weak Consumer Spending; Private Company Aims to Be First of Its Kind to Land on Moon; Teddy Bear Cop Captures Alleged Drug Dealer in Peru. Aired 2-2:45a ET
• Hezbollah-Israel Cross-Border Fire Intensifies; MSF Condemns Israel's Evacuation Order For Nasser Hospital; At Least 22 People Shot, 1 Dead At Kansas City Super Bowl Victory Parade; U.S. Has New Intelligence On Russian Nuclear Capabilities In Space; Ukraine Claims To Have Sunk Russian Landing Ship In Drone Attack; Israeli Hostage Families Want Hamas Charged with War Crimes; Inside the U.S. Navy's Fight Against Iran-Backed Houthis; Prabowo Subianto Declares Victory Ahead of Official Results; Japan Slips Into Recession Due to Weak Consumer Spending; Zuckerberg Gives Harsh Critique of Apple Vision Pro Headset; Bollywood Star Shah Rukh Khan on His Hits and Flops. Aired 1- 2a ET
• Mass Shooting Erupts at Kansas City Chiefs Super Bowl Parade, Leaving One Dead and Several Injured; Israel and Hezbollah Escalate Cross-Border Attacks, Heightening Tensions; Ukraine Claims Victory as Drones Sink Russian Warship in Black Sea; U.S. Intelligence Raises Alarm on Russia's Nuclear Anti-Satellite Capability; U.S. Officials: Russian Nuclear Anti-Satellite System in Space is Concerning; Netanyahu Vows 'Powerful Action' in Rafah after Evacuations; Japan Slips Into Recession Due to Weak Consumer Spending. Aired 12-12:45a ET


February 14, 2024
• CNN International: WHO: Israeli Ground Operation In Rafah Would Cause "Serious Disaster"; Ukrainian Military: Drones Destroy Large Russian Warship; U.S. Navy Patrols Red Sea To Protect Intl. Shipping; Voter Counting Underway In Presidential Race; Oct. 7 Survivors & Families Want ICC To Act Against Hamas; Ukrainian Forces Hope For Critical U.S. Ammo, Weapons. Aired 8-8:30a ET
• CNN International: Biden Urges House to Vote on Foreign Aid Bill; Blinken Speaks to Paul Whelan; Powerful Nor'easter Blankets Parts of Northern United States in Snow; Dow Falling More Than 500 Points on Tuesday; Hostage Talks in Cairo; Concerns Over Potential Rafah Ground Offensive; Modi Inaugurates First Hindu Temple in UAE; Indonesia General Election; Lloyd Austin Released from Hospital; Zelenskyy Welcoming the Passage of Aid Package by U.S. Senate; Paramount Global to Cut Around 800 Jobs; Trinidad and Tobago Oil Spill Mystery; World Aquatics Championship. Aired 4:30-5a ET
• CNN Internatiojnal: Ukrainian Drones Sank Russian Warship in the Black Sea; Drone Attacks Sinks Russia's Caesar Kunikov; U.S. Senate Not Expected to Spend Much Time on Mayorkas Impeachment Trial; Three Republicans Vote Against Impeachment; Biden Criticizes Republicans Impeachment of Mayorkas; Tom Suozzi wins New York House Race; Biden Blasts Trump Over Threat to Abandon NATO Allies; Biden Urges House to Vote on Foreign Aid Bill; Blinken Speaks to Paul Whelan; Powerful Nor'easter Blankets Parts of Northern United States in Snow; Dow Falling More Than 500 Points on Tuesday; Hostage Talks in Cairo; Concerns Over Potential Rafah Ground Offensive; Modi Inaugurates First Hindu Temple in UAE; Indonesia General Election; Lloyd Austin Released from Hospital; Zelenskyy Welcoming the Passage of Aid Package by U.S. Senate; Paramount Global to Cut Around 800 Jobs; Trinidad and Tobago Oil Spill Mystery; World Aquatics Championship. Aired 4-4:30a ET
• Ukraine Hit Russian War Ship; Leaders Meet to Cut a Deal on Freeing Hostages; Democrats Scored Another in the House; CDC Released New COVID-19 Guidelines; Indonesians Voted for Their Next President; Ceasefire and Hostage Negotiations in Cairo Productive; Senate Passes Foreign Aid Bill; Germany and Denmark Ramps Up Arms Production; Lakewood Shooter Able to Buy Gun Despite Mental Illness; No Clear Winner in Pakistan Election; Trinidad and Tobago Declares National Emergency Caused by Mystery Oil Spill; Neuter Your Ex-Valentine's Day Promo from Animal Shelter. Aired 3-4a ET
• Panic Grows in Rafah Over Looming Israeli Ground Offensive; In Pakistan, Coalition Government Deal Excludes Imran Khan's Party; Powerful Winter Storm Blankets U.S. Northeast With Snow; Mother-in-law of Lakewood Megachurch Shooter Says Daughter-in-law Had Mental Illness That Caused Her to Become Violent; U.S. Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin Released From Hospital; CDC Expected to Ease Isolation Guidance for Covid-19; First Death Linked to Alaskapox; Oregon Health Officials Say Pet Cat Likely Infected Its Owner With Bubonic Plague; Biden Campaign Joins TikTok Amid National Security Concerns; Animal Shelter Offers to Neuter Your Ex for Valentine's Day. Aired 2-3a ET
• Talks In Cairo Were Productive, But No Breakthrough Was Reached; New York Special Election Winner Tom Suozzi To Fill Santos Seat; GOP-led House Impeaches Secretary Mayorkas; Coalition Government Deal In Pakistan Leaves Imran Khan's Party Out Of Power; Pakistan's Coalition Government Deal Excludes Imran Khan's Party; Inflation Report Hotter than Expected; Texas Church Shooting; Doctors on Earth Control Surgical Robot on Space Station. Aired 1-2a ET
• Democrats Win Special Election in New York; Narrowing Republican Majority in the House; Homeland Security Secretary Mayorkas Impeached by Republicans in the House; President Biden Criticizes Former President Trump's Remarks on NATO and Encourages Support for Ukraine; Hostage Negotiations Ongoing in Cairo Amid Fears of Israeli Offensive in Rafah; Europe Considers Securing Its Own Weapons Supply Chain Amid Concerns About Reliance on the U.S. Aired 12-1a ET


February 13, 2024
• CNN International: Concerns Over Potential Israeli Ground Operation In Rafah; King Abdullah Is Calling For Immediate Ceasefire In Gaza; Sources: CIA Director Heading To Cairo For Hostage Talks; Senate Passes Foreign Aid Package For Ukraine, Israel; Harry And Meghan Launch New Website, Sussex.com; Powerful Winter Storm Blasting U.S. Northeast; Police Fire Tear Gas To Disperse Thousands Of Protesters; NASA Hopes For First Lunar Landing Since '70s. Aired 8- 8:30a ET
• CNN International: Growing Condemnation Over Trump's NATO Threats; Indonesia's Three-Way Presidential Race Hinges on Young Voters. Aired 4:30-5a ET
• CNN International: Trump Asks for Stay of Ruling Denying Him Immunity; Nor'easter Set to Blast Northeastern U.S. with Snow; Biden, Jordan's King Abdullah Discuss Situation in Gaza; CBS: 123 Million People Tuned In for Super Bowl LVIII, Breaking TV Record. Aired 4- 4:30a ET
• IDF Airstrikes Kills Dozens of Civilians, Rescue Two Hostages; High Concern Over Trump's Comments of Russia Threat Against NATO; Trump Asks Supreme Court a Pause on his Immunity Ruling; Ukraine's New Military Leadership, Same Old Problems; Russia Recruiting Nepalis to Fight Its War. Ukraine Reports Russia Using Starlink in Frontlines. Concerns Are Growing in IDF's Airstrike; Jordan's King Abdullah Meet President Biden; Indonesian Candidates Use Different Propaganda; Duke and Duchess of Sussex with New Website; Doctors on Earth While Patients Are in Outer Space. Aired 3-4a ET
• Airstrikes Rock Rafah as Israel Rescues Two Hostages; Concerns Over Potential Israeli Ground Operation in Rafah; New Orleans Prepares Mardi Gras Sendoff as Lent Approaches; Rio De Janeiro's Carnival Season Becomes One Big Party; Germany Held Karneval Parades on Rose Monday. Aired 2-3a ET
• Airstrikes Rock Rafah As Israel Rescues Two Hostages; Russia Has Recruited Up To 15,000 Nepalis To Fight Against Ukraine; Trump Asks Supreme Court To Stay Ruling Rejecting His Immunity To Prosecution; U.S. Allies Condemn Donald Trump's "Dangerous" Remarks On Russia; Growing Condemnation over Trump Remarks Threatening NATO; Biden Meets with Jordan's King Abdullah Amid Strikes in Rafah; Texas Church Shooting; Indonesia's Presidential Election. Aired 1-2a ET
• Pressure Grows on Israel Over Imminent Ground Offensive on Rafah; NATO Responds to Trump's Comments on Encouraging Russian Attacks; Israel's Prime Minister Hails Hostage Rescue Operation as Perfect; Concerns Raised for Civilians Amid Israeli Airstrikes in Rafah; Aftermath of Israeli Airstrikes Reveals Tragic Loss of Civilian Lives; Russian Recruitment of Nepalese Mercenaries Raises Concerns. Two Hostages Rescued from Rafah Reunite with Families; Young People Could Decide Indonesia Elections. Aired 12-1a ET


February 12, 2024
• CNN International: Israel: Two Hostages Rescued From Gaza In Special Operation; Palestine Red Crescent Society: More Than 100 People Killed In Israeli Airstrikes On Rafah; Jordan's King Abdullah Meets With Biden Later. Aired 8-8:30a ET
• CNN International: Israel, Two Hostages Rescued from Gaza in Special Operation; Nor'easter Set to Impact Northeast Early this Week; Ivory Coast Defeats Nigeria 2-1 in Africa Cup. Aired 4:30-5a ET
• CNN International: Israel: Two Hostages Rescued from Gaza in Special Operation; Austin Hospitalized, Transfers Duties to Deputy; Trump's NATO Remarks Spark Criticism from Allies; Kansas City Wins Super Bowl LVIII. Aired 4-4:30a ET
• Two Hostages Rescued by Israeli Forces; Allies Raised Their Eyebrows to Trump's NATO Message; Kansas City Chiefs Breaks Another Record. More Civilians Died in IDF's Strike; Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin Back in Hospital; Female Shooter Killed in Texas; Helicopter Crash Killed Six People; King Charles Out in Public. Aired 3-4a ET
• Two Hostages Rescued in Rafah; U.S. Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin Hospitalized; Trump Criticized Over NATO Remarks; Kansas City Chiefs Wins Super Bowl 58; President Biden and Prime Minister Netanyahu Speak Over the Phone Discussing the War. Ukraine: Russia Using Starlink Satellites For Internet; Police: Two Wounded In Shooting At Houston Megachurch; Tennessee Police: Suspect Wanted For Fatally Shooting Sheriff's Deputy; Snow Expected To Sweep Into The U.S. Northeast. Aired 2-3a ET
• Israeli Forces Rescue Two Hostages From Hamas Captivity In Rafah; Chiefs Defeat 49ers In Overtime To Win Super Bowl; Senate One Step Closer To Passing 'Massive Aid Package For Israel, Ukraine. Netanyahu Calls Biden "Very Clear, Very Focused"; Trump's NATO Remarks Spark Criticism from Allies; King Charles at Church for First Time Since Cancer Diagnosis; Two Wounded in Shooting at Houston Megachurch; Kansas City Chiefs Defeat San Francisco 48ers 25-22 in Overtime; TikTok Tunes in to "World Cruise" Passengers Daily Lives. Aired 1-2a ET
• Two Hostages Rescued from Gaza in Special Operation; Taylor Swift Cheers Kelce & Chiefs on to Victory; Trump's NATO Remarks Spark Criticism from Allies; Eye-Catching Super Bowl Ads from 2024. Aired 12-12:45a ET


February 11, 2024
• White House On The Offensive Over Special Counsel Report; Trump Attacks Foreign Aid, Nikki Haley In South Carolina; IDF Said To Be Preparing For Ground Offensive In Rafah; Nigerian Banking CEO Herbert Wigwe Among 6 Killed; Taylor Swift's Impact On The NFL. Aired 5-6a ET
• Israel-Hamas War; Israel: Hamas Tunnel Beneath UNRWA Headquarters; IDF Allegedly Getting Ready for Ground Assault on Rafah; Would Not Defend NATO Partners Against Russia, According to Trump; Trump Attacks Deployed Spouse of Nikki Haley; Nikki Haley Reacts to Trump's Attacks About Her Husband; White House Launches Attack; in Response to Special Counsel Report; Six People Died in a Helicopter Crash, Including Nigerian Bank CEO Herbert Wigwe; In Time for the Big Game, Taylor Swift Finishes Her Shows in Tokyo; As Super Bowl LVIII Approaches, Strict Security Measures are in Place; U.S. Aid for Ukraine and Israel; Family of Five Killed in Russian Strikes; Russia's War on Ukraine; Zelenskyy Pushes for Reorganization of Top Military Leadership; Final Pakistan Election Results Are In; Far Right in Germany Gaining Both Backers and Detractors; China's Disinformation Campaign. Aired 4-5a ET
• White House Says, Trump Comments Appalling and Unhinged; IDF Says, Hamas Tunnel Found Under UNRWA Building; Nigerian CEO Killed in Helicopter Crash. Aired 3-4a ET
• Israel: Hamas Tunnels Under UNRWA Building; White House: Trump "Appalling And Unhinged"; Official Pakistan Election Results Are Now In; Studying The Oldest Ice On Earth. Aired 2-3a ET
• Kansas City Chiefs Wins Back-To-Back Super Bowls Against San Francisco 49ers; Two Hostages Rescued From Gaza In Special Operation; "The Swift Effect" Gives Unexpected Boost To NFL Season. Aired 11p-12a ET
• Did Not Air. 7-8p ET
• Joel Osteen Speaks After Shooting at His Mega Church; Secretary Lloyd Austin Taken to Walter Reed Medical Center Today; Houston Police Say Female Suspect in Church Shooting is Dead; Nikki Haley Pounces After Trump Attacks Her Husband; Impact of War on Ukrainian Children. Aired 6-7p ET
• Shooting Reports At Joel Osteen's Mega Church In Houston; Secretary Of Defense Austin Taken To Walter Reed Medical Center; Biden And Netanyahu Hold Talks; Houston Police Give Update On Shooting At Joel Osteen's Church; Secretary Lloyd Austin Was Taken To Walter Reed Medical Center. Aired 5-6p ET
• Biden, Netanyahu Hold Call Amid Rising Tensions; Netanyahu Pledges "Safe Passage" Of Civilians In Rafah; Biden Allies Slam Special Counsel Report; Officials Brace For Election Disinformation, Deepfakes; Houston PD: Reports Of Shooting At Joe Osteen's Lakewood Church; Kickoff In Las Vegas: Chiefs Versus 49ers; Pentagon: Secretary Austin Hospitalized This Afternoon. Aired 4-5p ET
• Biden, Netanyahu Hold Call Amid Rising Tension; Poll: Nearly Two-Thirds Of Americans Say Trump Should Not Have Immunity From Criminal Prosecution; Kickoff In Las Vegas: Chiefs Versus 49ers. Aired 3-4p ET
• Biden, Netanyahu Hold Call Amid Rising Tensions; Manhunt Underway For Suspected Cop Killer; 20+ Million Under Winter Storm Watch Amid Nor'easter Threat; NTSB Investigating Cause Of Helicopter Crash In The Mojave Desert; Patriot Owner Buys Super Bowl Ad To Fight Antisemitism; Senate Passes Key Procedural Vote To Advance Foreign Aid Bill; Kickoff In Las Vegas: Chiefs Versus 49ers. Aired 2-3p ET


February 10, 2024


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