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November 18, 2021
• Travis McMichael Describes Moment He Shot Arbery; Rittenhouse Defense Seeks Mistrial Over Video Requested by Jury; Peng Shuai Missing After Accusing Former Leader of Sexual Assault; U.S. House Censures Congressman Paul Gosar; Northwest U.S., Canada Grapples with Devastating Floods. Aired 4:00-4:30a ET
• Taiwan Commissions First Combat Wing of F-16V Fighters; Deadly Toxins from Iraq's Oil Industry; British Columbia Declares State of Emergency Amid Floods; Cuban Activist Arrives in Spain; Deadly Protests in Sudan; Kyle Rittenhouse Trial; QAnon Shaman Gets Long Sentence. Aired 3-4a ET
• Russia's Anti-Satellite test; Interview with Astroscale COO Chris Blackerby; Devastating flooding in Parts of U.S., Canada. Aired 2-3a ET
• China's Missing Tennis Champion; Europe's COVID Surge; Migrants Losing Hope. Aired 1-2a ET
• Growing Concern For Missing Chinese Tennis Star Who Accused Former Communist Party Leader Of Sexual Assault; Violence Erupted Between Migrants And Polish Forces; Ireland Prepares For Return Of Restrictions As COVID Cases Rise; Cuba Opposition Leader Yunior Garcia Aguilera Arrives In Spain; Medics: 14 Killed, Dozens Hurt In Widespread Protests in Sudan. Aired 12-1a ET
• Drug Overdose Deaths Top 100K Annually for First Time; Interview with Rep. Pramila Jayapal (D-WA), When to Expect the Vote on Biden Agenda in Congress; GOP's Gosar Retweets Violent Video that House Censured Him Over; Governor Grants Julius Jones Clemency Hours Before Execution. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• Two Men Convicted of Killing Malcolm X Exonerated; Paul Gosar Retweets Violent Video; Rittenhouse Jury Continues Deliberations; Defendant Testifies in Ahmaud Arbery Trial. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• Rupert Murdoch To Trump On 2020: "The Past Is the Past"; Bill Maher On 2024: If Trump Runs, Whether He Wins Or Loses, He'll Say He Won"; RNC Chair On Cheney: "She's Still A Republican"; Rep. Gosar Censured, Stripped Of House Committee Posts Over Violent Video; Bannon Makes First Appearance Before Judge, Pleads Not Guilty; Closing Arguments Underway In Charlottesville "Unite The Right" Trial; McConnell & Schumer Meet To Discuss Debt Limit. Aired 2:30-3p ET
• Iran Targeted U.S. Elections?; President Biden Meets With Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau; Rittenhouse Jury Continues Deliberations; Defendant Testifies in Ahmaud Arbery Trial. Aired 2- 2:30p ET
• Oklahoma Governor Grants Clemency to Julius Jones; U.S. General: China's Hypersonic Missile "Went Around the World"; Biden Administration Considering Sending Some Evacuees Back to Afghanistan; Retired Admiral Behind Bin Laden Raid Pens Children's Book; As FDA Decides on Boosters for All Adults, Fauci Says Hospitalizations Rising Among Vaccinated Without Boosters; Disney Cruises to Require Passengers Ages 5-Plus To Be Vaccinated in January; New NASA Telescope to Travel 1 Million Miles in Search for Life on Other Planets. Aired 1:30-2p ET
• Paul Gosar Retweets Violent Video; Rittenhouse Jury Continues Deliberations; Defendant Testifies in Ahmaud Arbery Trial. Aired 1- 1:30p ET
• Prosecutor Cross-Examines Man Who Shot Ahmaud Arbery; Jurors Return For Day Three of Rittenhouse Trial Deliberations; Debate Begins in House on Biden's Social Safety Net Bill. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• Prosecutor Cross-Examines Man Who Shot Ahmaud Arbery. Aired 10- 10:30a ET
• Ahmaud Arbery Trial Live Coverage. Aired 9:30-10a ET
• Defendant Takes Stand in Arbery Trial; Page Pate is Interviewed about the Arbery Trial; Rittenhouse Defense Requests Mistrial; House Censures Rep. Gosar. Aired 9-9:30a ET


November 17, 2021
• Biden Tuts New Infrastructure Law in New Hampshire; Top Democrats Wait or CBO Estimate on Biden's Spending Bill; Biden Says He Made Progress on Taiwan with Xi Jinping; House Committee Plans to Issue More Subpoenas; Parts of Europe Imposing New Restrictions as Cases Spike; Supply Chain Chaos is Impacting Holiday Shopping. Aired 4:30-5a ET
• Self-Defense Argument on Display in Both Murder Trials; Violence Erupts Between Migrants and Polish Forces; At Least One Dead from Mudslide in British Columbia; Pathologist Who Conducted Arbery's Autopsy Testifies. Aired 4-4:30a ET
• Press Freedom Under Fire; Progress On Taiwan; NASA's Warning After Anti-Satellite Test; Intensifying Arms Race Across Asia; ISIS Claims Kampala Bombings; Lekki Toll Gate Shooting Report; Racism In English Cricket; Tennis Stars Voice Concerns About Chinese Player Peng Shuai; China's First Formula One Driver. Aired 3-4a ET
• Journalist Danny Fenster Freed; Interview with Committee to Protect Journalists Deputy Executive Director Robert Mahoney; U.S.- China Summit; Artists Frida Kahlo's Painting Auction Record. Aired 2- 3a ET
• Violence Erupts Between Migrants And Polish Forces; Belarus Accused Of Instigating Migrant Standoff; Germany Bans The Unvaccinated From Some Public Spaces; 2 Million Unvaccinated Austrians Under Temporary Lockdown; India's Top Court Takes Up New Delhi Pollution Issues; Analysts Warn Of Intensifying Arms Race Across Asia. Aired 1- 2a ET
• Violence Erupts Between Migrants And Polish Forces; France In "State Of Alert" After Spike In Cases; India's Top Court Takes Up New Delhi Pollution Issue; Gas Prices Soar As Germany Suspends Nord Stream 2. Aired 12-1a ET
• House Debates Rep. Gosar Censure Over Violent Video; House Voting on Motion to Censure Rep. Gosar Over Violent Anime Video. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• House Debates Censure Resolution Against Paul Gosar. Aired 3- 3:30p ET
• Now: House Debates Rep. Gosar Censure Over Violent Video. Aired 2:30-3p ET
• Ahmaud Arbery Trial Continues; House to Vote on Censure Resolution Against Paul Gosar. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• Arbery Murder Defendant Travis McMichael Takes Stand in Own Defense. Aired 1:30-2p ET
• Ahmaud Arbery Trial Continues; QAnon Shaman Sentenced; House to Vote on Censure Resolution Against Paul Gosar. Aired 1-1:30p ET
• Defense Begins Presenting Case in Trial Over Ahmaud Arbery's Killing; Belarus Moves 1,000 Migrants Away From Border to Processing Center; NASA Telescope to Travel 1 Million Miles in Search of Life on Other Planets. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• Soon, Jurors Return For Day Two of Rittenhouse Deliberations; New Data Shows Drug Overdose Deaths Top 100,000 Annually For Time; Today, House Votes on Rep. Paul Gosar (R-AZ) Censure For Video Showing AOC Killing. Aired 10-10:30a ET
• FDA Considering Booster for All Adults; Defense Begins in Arbery Trial; Closing Arguments in Unite The Right Civil Trial; Migrants in Belarus Moved to Processing Center. Aired 9:30-10a
• Jurors Return for Day Two in Rittenhouse Deliberations; House Votes on Censuring Gosar; QAnon Shaman Sentenced Today; Trump Targeting Republicans who Voted on Infrastructure; Rep. Charlie Crist (D-FL) is Interviewed about the Biden Spending Bill. Aired 9-9:30a ET


November 16, 2021
• Tensions Flare in Trial of Men Accused of Killing Arbery; Defense Teams Called for Mistrial Over Civil Rights Leaders; Violence Erupts at Poland-Belarus Border; American Journalist Released from Myanmar Jail; Two Explosions Rock Uganda's Capital; British Prime Minister: Fully Vaccinated Should Include Booster. Aired 4:30-5a ET
• Jury Deliberations to Begin Deliberating in Kyle Rittenhouse Trial; Biden and Xi Hold Critical Talks Amid Rising Tensions; President Biden Signs $1.2 Trillion Infrastructure Bill Into Law; Former Trump Adviser Defiant After Court Appearance; New Sanctions on Belarus as Migrant Situation Worsens. Aired 4-4:30a ET
• Two Explosions Rock Uganda's Capital; New COVID Cases In Kids Up 22 Percent; Countries Imposing Consequences On The Unvaccinated; Hard-Hit European Nations Consider New Rules Amid Surge; COVID Workers In China Kill Dog; Military Crackdown In Myanmar; American Journalist Danny Fenster Freed; New Sanctions On Belarus As Migrant Situation Worsens; Extreme Weather Along U.S.-Canada Border. Aired 3-4a ET
• U.S. Official: Biden And Xi Hold "Healthy Debate"; White House: U.S. Committed To "One China" Policy; Biden To Xi: We Must Establish "Common Sense Guardrails"; President Signs $1.2 Trillion Infrastructure Bill Into Law; Steve Bannon Released From Custody Pending Trial; Dire Conditions At Migrant Camp In Belarus; U.K. Terrorism Threat Level Raised To "Severe" After Blast. Aired 2-3a ET
• Biden And Xi Hold Critical Talks Amid Rising Tensions; New Sanctions On Belarus As Migrant Situation Worsens; France & Germany Caution Moscow Over Military Moves; Belarusian President Denies Creating Border Crisis; Worldwide Demonstrations In Support Of Cuban Activists; Judicial Panel: Killing Of Unarmed Protesters Was A Massacre; Counter-Terrorism Officers Investigating Deadly Blast. Aired 1-2a ET
• Virtual Meeting Wraps Up Between Xi Jinping And Joe Biden; Dire Conditions At Migrant Camp In Belarus; France And Germany Caution Moscow Over Military Moves; Judicial Panel: Killing Of Unarmed Protesters With A Massacre. Aired 12-1a ET
• Prosecutor Asks GBI Agent If Police Searched Defendant's Vehicle; Interview With Reverend Jesse Jackson About Defense Attorney's Complaint About Black Pastors In The Courtroom; Taiwan Thanks Biden For Affirming No Change In U.S. Policy. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• Rittenhouse Jury Begins Deliberations; President Biden Touts Infrastructure Deal in New Hampshire. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• Hoyer: Vote on Social Safety Net Bill to Come Thursday or Friday; Manchin Raises Concerns about Inflation When Asked About $1.75 Trillion Social Safety Net Bill; Soon, Biden to Speak on Infrastructure Law in NH; Pfizer Asks FDA for EUA Approval on Experimental COVID-19 Pill; 8 Die in Connecticut Nursing Home after COVID Outbreak; Fully Vaccinated Can Gather in Times Square for NYE; Polish Guards Use Water Cannons, Tear Gas on Migrants Throwing Rocks; Biden Speaks in NH to Tout the Infrastructure Law. Aired 2:30-3p ET
• Insurrection Probe; Rittenhouse Jury Begins Deliberations. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• Soon, Biden to Tout Impact of New Infrastructure Law; Rep. Josh Gottheimer (D-NJ) Discusses Benefits of Infrastructure Bill, Passing Build Back Better Plan; States Look Past FDA on COVID Boosters for All Adults; U.S. Slams Russian Missile Test Causing Debris, Sending Space Station Crew Scrambling for Cover. Aired 1:30-2p ET
• President Biden Meets Virtually With Chinese President; Trump's New Legal Argument; Ahmaud Arbery Trial Continues; Rittenhouse Jury Begins Deliberations. Aired 1-1:30p ET
• Today, January 6 Committee Considers Referring Meadows For Contempt Charge; Biden, Xi Speak For Three-Plus Hours Amid Fierce Tension Between Nations; Medical Examiner on the Stand in Ahmaud Arbery Trial. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• Final 12 Jurors Chosen By Lottery in Rittenhouse Trial; Jurors Begin Deliberations in Rittenhouse Trial; Today, January 6 Committee Expected to Discuss How to Handle Mark Meadows' Subpoena Non- Compliance. Aired 10-10:30a ET
• Judge Rejects Mistrial Requests; Chris Christie is Interviewed about the Republican Party; Jonathan McDowell is Interviewed about Space. Aired 9:30-10a ET
• Rittenhouse Jury Deliberates; Violence at Belarusian-Polish Border; Taiwan Remains Flashpoint after U.S.-China Summit; Eight Die after COVID-19 Outbreak at Connecticut Nursing Home. Aired 9-9:30a ET


November 15, 2021
• Polish Authorities Fear Escalation in Migrant Standoff; Austria Begins Lockdown for the Unvaccinated; Leaders, Activists Weigh in on COP26 with Mixed Reviews; Rodrigo Duterte to Run for the Senate Next Year. Aired 4:30-5a ET
• Biden and Xi Set to Hold High-Stakes Virtual Summit; President Biden to Sign Infrastructure Bill Today; Mark Meadows May Face Charge After Defying Subpoena; Poland: Belarus Helping Migrant Plan a Push Across Border; 3 Men Arrested After Car Explosion in Liverpool. Aired 4-4:30a ET
• U.S. and China's Leader to Meet Virtually; Steve Bannon Charge with Contempt of Congress; Belarus Facing Pressure from Polish Authorities; Car Explosion Killed One in England. Aired 3-4a ET
• Leaders of U.S. and China to Hold Virtual Summit; Steve Bannon to Turn Himself in After Indictment; Austria Targeting the Unvaccinated with New Lockdown; Cuba Braces for Civic March; Crisis at the Poland-Belarus Border. Aired 2-3a ET
• EU Border Crisis; Climate Crisis. Aired 1-2a ET
• Biden, Xi Set to Hold High-Stakes Virtual Summit; Belarus Facing New European Sanctions Over Migrants; Austria Begins Lockdown for the Unvaccinated; New Delhi Schools Close Amid Severe Air Pollution; Queen Elizabeth Cancels Remembrance Day Appearance. Aired 12-1a ET
• Any Moment: Biden Signs Bipartisan Infrastructure Bill Into Law; Biden Holds Signing Ceremony For Bipartisan Infrastructure Bill; Vice President Harris Speaks Ahead Of Bipartisan Infrastructure Bill Signing. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• President Biden Set to Sign Bipartisan Infrastructure Bill Into Law; Closing Arguments in Kyle Rittenhouse Trial. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• Prosecution Delivers Closing Argument In Rittenhouse Trial; Bannon Leaves Court After First Appearance On Contempt Charges. Aired 2:30-3p ET
• Closing Arguments in Kyle Rittenhouse Trial. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• Soon, Biden Set to Sign Bipartisan Infrastructure Bill; Manchin's Concerns Could Delay Build Back Better Bill; 9-Year-Old Boy Dies After Being Injured at Astroworld Festival; Closing Arguments Resume in Kyle Rittenhouse Trial. Aired 1:30-2p ET
• Steve Bannon in Federal Court; Closing Arguments in Kyle Rittenhouse Trial. Aired 1-1:30p ET
• Jury Instructions Begin in Kyle Rittenhouse Trial. Aired 10:30- 11a ET
• Soon, Closing Arguments Begin in Trial of Kyle Rittenhouse. Aired 10-10:30a ET
• Nine-Year-Old Dies from Astroworld Concert Injuries; Bannon Surrenders after Indictment; Standoff at Belarus-Poland Border; Russia's Military Activity Raises Alarms. Aired 9:30-10a ET
• Closing Arguments in Rittenhouse Trial; Charles F. Coleman Jr. is Interviewed about the Rittenhouse Trial; Bannon Expected to Surrender; Renato Mariotti is Interviewed about the Bannon Indictment; White House Worn Out by Harris. Aired 9-9:30a ET


November 14, 2021
• Climate Change Affects World's Poorest; COP26 Ends In Glasgow With Final Agreement; Queen Elizabeth II To Miss Remembrance Sunday Service; Angela Merkel Urges Germans To Get Vaccinated; Nigeria's Lagos Island Battling Severe Erosion; Sudan Anti-Coup Protests; Biden Says Spending Plans Would Ease Inflation; Netherlands Artist Turns Pizzas Into Skateboards. Aired 5-6a ET
• COP26 Ends In Glasgow With Final Agreement; Climate Change Affects World's Poorest; Putin Disavows Involvement With Belarusian Migrant Standoff; Queen Elizabeth II To Miss Remembrance Sunday Service; Angela Merkel Urges Germans To Get Vaccinated; Using Space Technology To Save The Planet. Aired 4-5a ET
• Biden Says Spending Plans Would Ease Inflation; COP26 Ends In Glasgow With Final Agreement; Taiwan Issue Looms Ahead Of Biden-Xi Summit; E.U. Border Crisis; Sudan Anti-Coup Protests; Astroworld Victims' Funerals In Houston; Angela Merkel Urges Germans To Get Vaccinated; Queen Elizabeth II Back In The Spotlight. Aired 3-4a ET
• COP26 Ends In Glasgow With Final Agreement; Philippines Most Vulnerable To Climate Crisis; Putin Disavows Involvement With Belarusian Migrant Standoff; Angela Merkel Urges Germans To Get Vaccinated; Nigeria's Lagos Island Battling Severe Erosion; Taiwan Issue Looms Ahead Of Biden-Xi Summit; Crackdown In Nicaragua; Using Space Technology To Save The Planet. Aired 2-3a ET
• COP26 Ends in Glasgow with Final Agreement; Putin Disavows Involvement with Belarusian Migrant Standoff; Cuba to Reopen to International Tourists; Taiwan Issue Looms ahead of Biden-Xi Summit; Crackdown in Nicaragua; Nigeria's Lagos Island Battling Severe Erosion; Using Space Technology to Save the Planet; Exploitation of Afghanistan's Emigres; World's Largest Metro System Going Green. Aired 12-1a ET
• Exasperation And Dysfunction Inside Kamala Harris' Frustrating Start As VP; Steve Bannon To Turn Himself In On Contempt Of Congress Charges; Chris Christie Hinted A Possible 2024 Run; Biden To Sign Infrastructure Bill As Inflation Worries Grow; Growing Concern After Queen Elizabeth Misses Another Event. Aired 7-8p ET
• Mike Pence Did Not Follow Guidance To Overturn Election Results; California Record High Gas Price Hurting Drivers; Dysfunction In Vice President Harris' Office Wears Down West Wing Aides; Rittenhouse Trial: Was It Self-Defense Or Murder?; FBI Investigating Fake E-mails Sent From Their Real Accounts. Aired 6-7p ET
• Kamala Harris Being Sidelined?; Low Poll Rating; New Evidence Of A Memo Sent To Mike Pence To Overturn 2020 Election; Closing Arguments In The Kyle Rittenhouse Trial Set Tomorrow; Manhunt In Georgia For Five Escaped Inmates; Inflation Hits 30-Year High; Rep. James Clyburn (D-SC) Is Interviewed About Vice President Kamala Harris' Office. Aired 5-6p ET
• Inside Kamala Harris' Frustrating Start As Vice President; New Details On Trump's Attempts To Overturn 2020 Elections; Former Trump Official; Another Commercial Airliner; Protesters In Cuba; Queen Elizabeth; CNN Heroes. Aired 4-5p ET
• Biden To Sign Infrastructure Bill As Inflation Worries Grow; House Set To Vote On $1.75 Trillion Economic And Climate Bill This Week; Defense Attorney Walks Back Objected To Black Pastors In Court. Aired 3-4p ET
• Manhunt For Five Violent Inmates Who Escaped Georgia Jail; Biden To Sign Infrastructure Bill As Inflation Worries Grow; Biden's Economic Plan Hinges On Democratic Senator Manchin; Insurrection Investigation; California Sets New Gas Price Record At $4.68 Per Gallon; U.S. Prices Surging More Than They Have In 30 Years; U.S. Surgeon General Warns Of COVID Uptick In Winter. Aired 2-3p ET


November 13, 2021
• U.S. FDA Could Make Booster Decision Without Advisers; Steve Bannon Indicted For Contempt Of Congress; New COP26 Draft Agreement Published; Tough Measures Considered To Battle European COVID-19 Surge; Fire Department Logs Show Multiple Breaches At Astroworld; Biden Hits The Ground Running With Infrastructure Bill; UNESCO Begins Restoring ISIS-Ravaged Mosul; Taylor Swift Releases "Red (Taylor's Version)"; Israeli Startup Designs Balloon To Capture Carbon. Aired 5- 6a ET
• Steve Bannon Indicted For Contempt Of Congress; Poland-Belarus Standoff; New COP26 Draft Agreement Published; Judge Ends Britney Spears' Conservatorship; Closing Arguments Monday In Kyle Rittenhouse Trial; Tough Measures Considered To Battle European COVID-19 Surge; Michigan Lawmaker Touts Infrastructure Bill In Divided State; World's Largest Metro System Going Green. Aired 4-5a ET
• Poland-Belarus Standoff; New COP26 Draft Agreement Expected Soon; Judge Ends Britney Spears' Conservatorship. Aired 3-3:30a ET
• Poland-Belarus Standoff; Tough Measures Considered to Battle European COVID-19 Surge; New COP26 Draft Agreement Expected Soon; Rebuilding Mosul; Judge Ends Britney Spears' Conservatorship. Aired 2- 2:45a ET
• Poland-Belarus Standoff; Libya Summit. Aired 12-12:15a ET
• Severe Storm, High Winds Lash New York City Area; Steve Bannon To Turn Himself In, Appear In Court On Monday; Aaron Rodgers Eligible To Play After COVID Controversy; Judge In Rittenhouse Trial To Give Decision On Lesser Charges, Jury Instructions Tomorrow; Rep. Gosar's Sister Speaks On Lawmaker's Controversial Behavior; Three Names Etched Into The Astronaut Hall Of Fame. Aired 7-8p ET
• World Leaders Strike Climate Crisis Deal After Compromise On Coal; Bannon To Turn Himself In, To Appear In Court On Monday; Rise In COVID-19 Cases Triggers Worries Of Winter Surge In Some States; Gas Prices Jump 51 Percent Over The Past Year; Rep. Tom Reed (R-NY) Discusses About Supporting President Biden's Infrastructure Bill Now Facing Backlash From Republican Party; Britney Spears Released From 13-Year-Long Conservatorship. Aired 6-7p ET
• Trump Ally Steve Bannon Indicted For Contempt Of Congress; Judge Becomes Polarizing Figure In Homicide Case; Americans Face Sticker Shock As Inflation Hits 30-Year High; Former Raiders Coach Jon Gruden Sues NFL Over Leaked Emails; Desparate Afghans Turn To Black Market To Leave Country While Being Threatened By Taliban. Aired 5-6p ET
• Mark Meadows Defies Subpoena, Fails To Appear Before Jan. 6 Committee; Family, Friends Remember 16-Year-Old Astroworld Victim; World Leaders Reach Agreement At U.N. Climate Summit; Tensions High Amid Poland/Belarus Border Standoff, Migrants Stranded; Final Episode Of "Diana" Airs Tomorrow Night At 9:00 P.M. Aired 4-5p ET
• Agreement Reached At U.N. Climate Change Summit After Marathon Talks; Trump Ally Steve Bannon Indicted For Contempt Of Congress, Bannon Expected To Turn Himself In On Monday; Judge In Rittenhouse Trial Considers Adding Lesser Charges; Prosecutors Clash With Judge, Face Setbacks In Rittenhouse Trial; Prices In America Surging More Than They Have In 30 Years; Britney Spears' 13-Year Conservatorship Terminated By Judge. Aired 3-4p ET
• Federal Grand Jury Indicts Trump Adviser Steve Bannon For Contempt Of Congress; House Select Committee Investigating January 6th Insurrection Considering Holding Former Trump Chief Of Staff Mark Meadows In Contempt Of Congress; Supreme Court May Hear Case Concerning Former President Trump's Assertion Of Executive Privilege Over Documents Concerning January 6th Insurrection; Prices Continue To Rise Across U.S. Economy; Ten-Year-Old Girl with Autism Commits Suicide in Utah After Experiencing Bullying. Aired 2-3p ET
• Judge Ends Britney Spears' 13-Year Conservatorship; Trump Ally Steve Bannon Indicted For Contempt Of Congress; Mark Meadows Defies Jan. 6 Subpoena, Risks Contempt Charges; Consumers Feel The Pinch As Inflation Hits A 30-Year High; Teen Astroworld Victim's Life Celebrated In Houston; New Developers Threaten To Upend Colorado Eco- Village; Former Raiders Coach Jon Gruden Sues NFL Over Leaked E-mails. Aired 1-2p ET
• Bannon Indicted For Defying January Six Committee Subpoena; Rittenhouse's Mother: Jury Has Been Listening To The Truth; Family, Friends Remember 16-Year-Old Astroworld Victim; COVID-19 Cases Plateauing Ahead Of Possible Winter Surge; Ten-Year-Old Black And Autistic Student Commits Suicide Weeks After DOJ Report On School District. Aired 12-1p ET
• Trump Ally Steve Bannon Indicted For Contempt Of Congress; Closing Arguments Set For Monday In Kenosha Homicide Trial; Biden Backs Away From Claims That Inflation Is Temporary; Ahmaud Arbery's Murder; Theranos Founder Faces A Dozen Federal Fraud Charges; Migrants Endure Beating, Days Without Food As Crisis Deepens; How Tidal Waves Could Be The Next Source Of Reliable Clean Energy. Aired 11a-12p ET
• Federal Grand Jury Indicts Trump Adviser Steve Bannon for Contempt of Congress for Not Complying with Congressional Subpoena; Atlanta Sees Largest Cost of Living Increase in U.S.; Prices Continue to Rise across U.S. Economy; CEO Discusses How Supply Chain Issues Affecting Commodity Prices; Afghans Turns to Black Market to Leave Country While being Threatened by Taliban. Aired 10-11a ET


November 12, 2021
• Attorney Wants Black Pastors Away for Victim's Family; Trial Underway After Killing of Black Jogger in Georgia; Germany Considers Tougher COVID Measures Amid Surge; Controversial Badiucao Exhibition Premieres in Italy; PSG Women's Flayer Released After Teammate Attacked. Aired 4:30-5a ET
• U.S. Journalist Gets 11 Years in Myanmar Prison; New COP26 Draft Calls for 1.5 Degree Celsius Limit in Global Warming; Testimony Ends in Rittenhouse Trial, Closing Statements Set for Monday; U.S. Appeals Court Pauses Release of Trump White House Records; White House Fighting Threat to Economic Recovery; U.N.: Migrant Situation in Belarus is Catastrophic. Aired 4-4:30a ET
• COP26 Draft Released; American Journalist Sentenced 11 Years in Myanmar Prison; Migrants with Nowhere to Go; Europe Back to Strict COVID Rules; Xi Jinping's Grip to Power Increasing; President Xi Jinping Poise to Rule in China Forever; Artwork Banned by China; Aminata Diallo Released from Custody; American Rioter Seeks Asylum in Belarus; South Africa Bids Goodbye to Its Former President; Cuba Reopen Its Tourism Industry. Aired 3-4a ET
• U.S. Journalist Gets 11 Years in Myanmar Prison; Poland-Belarus Showdown: Migrant situation has become catastrophic; Final Day of COP26 Climate Summit; Germany Mulls More COVID Restrictions; Power Boost for Xi Jinping; U.S.-China Relations; U.S. Journalist gets 11 Years in Myanmar Prison, South African President Who Oversaw End of Apartheid Dies, Federal Appeals Court gives Trump a Temporary Win Pauses Release of Documents to January 6 Committee; Testimony Concludes in Kyle Rittenhouse Homicide Trial, Closing Arguments Scheduled to Begin on Monday. Aired 2-3a ET
• Germany Considers Tougher COVID Measures Amid Surge; Cuba to Reopen to International Tourists; PSG Women's Player Released after Teammate Attacked; U.S. Capitol rioter flees for Belarus, Claiming "Persecution"; New Developers Threaten to Upend Colorado Eco-Village; Tensions High on the Border Between Belarus and Poland; India, China and 20 Others Oppose "Mitigation" Efforts; Controversial Badiucao Exhibition Premieres in Italy. Aired 1-2a ET
• U.N.: Migrant Situation in Belarus Hs Become 'Catastrophic'; COP26 Agreement on Global Warming Limits in Jeopardy; Communist Party Elevates Xi Jinping's Status in History; South African President Who Oversaw End of Apartheid Dies; Controversial Badiucao Exhibition Premieres in Italy. Aired 12-12:45a ET
• Judge to Rule on Spears' Conservatorship; Olympian Says She Was Pepper-Sprayed in Racist Attack; Trump Adviser Bannon Indicted by Federal Grand Jury. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• COVID Cases Surging; Defense Rests in Kyle Rittenhouse Trial; Insurrection Investigation. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• Biden, Cabinet Meet To Talk Infrastructure Push; Sen. Manchin Raises New Objection To Social Spending Bill; Attorney: Travis Scott "Truly Did Not Know What Was Going On"; Attorney: Scott Has "Grown Up" Since Past Crowd Incidents; Biden Speaks Amid Cabinet Meeting On Infrastructure Rollout; COVID Cases Surging In States With High Vaccination Rates. Aired 2:30-3p ET
• Ahmaud Arbery Trial Continues; Defense Rests in Kyle Rittenhouse Trial; Trump Defends January 6 Rioters. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• Defense Attorney Attempts to Apologize After Saying "We Don't Want Any More Black Pastors Coming in Here"; Thousands Stranded in Dire Conditions at Belarus-Poland Border; Soon, Court Hearing That Could End Britney Spears' Conservatorship. Aired 1:30-2p ET


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