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January 08, 2022
• White House Aides And CDC Scientists Frustrated By CDC Messaging; Funeral Underway For Former Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid; Obama Delivers Eulogy At Harry Reid's Funeral. Aired 3-4p ET
• Children Hospitalized At Record Rates And Hospitals Reaching Capacity In States Across U.S. Due To Omicron Surge; Honoring The Life And legacy Of Former Senator Harry Reid; Russian President Vladimir Putin Speaks With Kazakh President After Violent Clashes Between Government Security Forces And Protestors In Kazakhstan; U.S. Negotiating With Russia To Stop Potential Invasion Of Ukraine; January 6th Select Committee Continues Investigations Into Trump Circle Regarding Possible Knowledge Of Planned Insurrection; Workers Quitting Low Wage Jobs In Record Numbers In U.S. Aired 2-3p ET
• Debate Over COVID-19 School Safety Measures Heats Up; CDC Director Walensky Facing Criticism Over Confusing Guidelines; Senator John Thune Announces He Will Run For Re-election; Biden Tours Fire- Ravaged Colorado, Promises Federal Help; Harry Reid Remembered By Biden, Obama, Other Democrat Leaders; Antigen Versus PCR: What You Need to Know About COVID Tests; Pharmacies Feeling The Brunt Of Surge In Testing And Vaccinations; Oscar-Winning Actor And Activist Sidney Poitier Dies At 94. Aired 1-2p ET
• Rep. Jamaal Bowman (D-NY) Is Interviewed About The Best Way To Keep Students And Teachers Safe Right Now; Debate Over COVID-19 School Safety Measures Heat Up; Soon: Harry Reid Remembered By Biden, Obama, Other Dem Leaders; Djokovic's Lawyers Say He's Unvaccinated, Tested Positive In December; Sidney Poitier Known As Champion Of Civil Rights, Screen Icon; Record Rain & Snow Causes Floods, Landslides In Washington State. Aired 12-1p ET
• Debates Over COVID-19 School Safety Measures Heat Up Nationwide; Jan 6 Committee Considering Asking Pence To Appear Before Panel; Ahmaud Arbery's Three Killers Get Life In Prison Without Parole; Superintendent Fights To Keep Kids In The Classroom; Oscar- winning Actor And Activist Sidney Poitier Dies At 94; Cruz Blames Sloppy Wording For Calling Capitol Riot A Terrorist Attack. Aired 11a- 12p ET
• Health Experts Suggest U.S. Transition to Living with Endemic Coronavirus Instead of Seeking to Eradicate the Virus; CDC Director Rochelle Walensky Receives Criticism for Confusing Recent Guidance on Quarantining when Testing Positive for Coronavirus; House Select Committee Investigating January 6th Capitol Attack Considering Asking Former Vice President Mike Pence to Appear; Kazakhstan Government Uses Violence against Protestors. Aired 10-11a ET


January 07, 2022
• Trump Supporters Still Contesting 2020 Election; Kazakhstan's President Gave Order to Law Enforcement to Open Fire to Kill Without Warning; Nations Around the World Grapple with Soaring Covid-19 Cases; Growing Outcry Over Mishandling of Xi'an Lockdown; 9,202 Classrooms Shut Down Across France in Past Month. Aired 4:30-5a ET
• More Than 60 Million People Under Winter Alerts Across U.S.; Government Memo: Threat From Domestic Extremism Remains High; U.S. President Honors Sacrifices of Capitol Police Officers; Djokovic Won't Know Until Monday If He Can Defend Title; In-Person Learning Hits Snag as Outbreaks Impact Schools. Aired 4-4:30a ET
• Dozens Dead and Thousands Hurt in Kazakhstan's Violence; Novak Djokovic's Family Reacts at Australia's Policies; President Biden Blames Former President Trump for January 6th Attack; Threats Posted Online Against Lawmakers; Growing Outcry Over Mishandling Of Xi'an Lockdown; WHO, No Increased Risk For Winter Olympics In Beijing; India Reports 117,000 New Daily Cases; France Softens COVID Testing Rules For Schools; Global COVID Cases Up 71 Percent In Week ending January 2; WHO Warns Against Underestimating Omicron's Impact; Chile To Offer Fourth Vaccine Dose To Immunocompromised; Freight Trains' Comeback; Rare Collision Of A Ship And A Submarine; Chinese Premier Calling For Tax Cuts To Boost Economy; Consumer Electronics Show. Aired 3-4a ET
• Turmoil in Kazakhstan as Putin Again Seizes on Unrest to Try to Expand Influence; Djokovic Row Over Vaccine Rules; Europe Struggles with Rising COVID Fueled by Omicron; Kazakhstan Protests: President: Constitutional Order Mainly Restored, Growing Outcry Over Mishandling Of Xi-An Lockdown; U.S. Marks First Anniversary Of Capitol Attack. Aired 2-3a ET
• Deadly Protests in Kazakhstan; Djokovic Won't Know Until Monday If He Can Defend Title; Xi'an Lockdown Brings Heartbreak and Dysfunction; Kazakhstan on Edge after Anti-Government Rallies Turn Deadly; Trump Supporters Still Contesting 2020 Election; China-Europe Trade Route Returns to Economic Relevance; Tech Event Wraps Up in Vegas. Aired 1-2a ET
• Dozens of Protestors Killed, More than 1K Injured in Kazakhstan; Djokovic Won't Know Until Monday if He Can Defend Title; Biden Condemns Trump as a Threat to Democracy; India Reports 117,000 New Daily Cases; Growing Outcry Over Mishandling of Xi'an Lockdown; Argentina Sees Record COVID Cases for Third Day; China-Europe Trade Route Returns to Economic Relevance. Aired 12-1a ET
• Former Biden Advisers: Chang COVID Strategy to Face New Normal; Supreme Court to Hear Oral Arguments on Vaccine and Testing Mandates; Judge Dismisses Groping Charge Against Former Governor Cuomo; Actor, Activist Sidney Poitier Dead at Age 94; Ted Cruz Begs Fox's Tucker Carlson for Forgiveness After Calling January 6 Capitol Riot a Terrorist Attack. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• Killers of Ahmaud Arbery Sentenced. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• Soon, Sentencing For Three Men Convicted In Arbery Killing; Travel Nightmares Persist With Another Winter Storm Amid COVID Surge. Aired 2:30-3p ET
• Interview With Democratic National Committee Chairman Jaime Harrison; Mixed Jobs Report; CDC Director Under Fire. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• Former Governor Cuomo To Be Arraigned On Misdemeanor Sex Charge; Djokovic Family Says Australia Treating Him Like A Prisoner; Actor, Activist Sidney Poitier Dead At 94; Kazakhstan's President Orders Security Forces To Open Fire Without Warning Amid Protests. Aired 1:30-2p ET
• Supreme Court Examines COVID Mandates; CDC Director Under Fire; Ahmaud Arbery's Killers Set For Sentencing. Aired 1-1:30p ET
• Actor, Activist Sidney Poitier Dead at Age 94; Sentencing Hearing for Three Men Convicted of Ahmaud Arbery's Murder; Record 4.5 Million Americans Quite Their Jobs in November. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• Sentencing Hearing for the Three Men Convicted in Arbery Killing Soon; CDC Director Walensky Set to Hold a Independent Briefing Soon; President Biden Urged By Former Aides to Change Course on Pandemic Strategy; January 6th Select Committee Not Ruling Out Possibility that Donald Trump's Actions Constituted a Crime; Aired 10- 10:30a ET
• Sentencing for Three Men in Arbery Killing; Page Pate is Interviewed about the Arbery Sentencing; Deadly Protests in Kazakhstan; Marty Walsh is Interviewed about the December Jobs Numbers. Aired 9:30-10a ET


January 06, 2022
• Chief: Progress Being Made at Improving Capitol Police; Djokovic's Visa Appeal Hearing Adjourned Until Monday; Kazakhstan's Government Resigns as Fuel Protests Rage; Japan Asks U.S. to Impose Restrictions on Military Bases. Aired 4:30-5a ET
• Biden to Speak on One-Year Anniversary of Capitol Riot; U.S. Attorney General Vows to Hold All Perpetrators Accountable; Djokovic's Visa Appeal Hearing Adjourned Until Monday; Chicago Public Schools Cancel Classes for Second Day; U.K. Hospitals Face Major Pressure Amid Staffing Shortages. Aired 4-4:30a ET
• Australia Cancels Novak Djokovic's Visa; United Kingdom Impose New Travel Rules; Merrick Garland Wants Justice for January 6th. Aired 3-4a ET
• Australia Cancels Djokovic's Visa Over Vaccine Rules; Report: Djokovic To Challenge Deportation From Australia; Xi'An Residents Struggle To Get Basics During Lockdown. Kazakhstan's Government Resigns As Fuel Protests Rage. Aired 2-3a ET
• Australia Cancels Djokovic's Visa Over Vaccine Rules; Kazakhstan's Government Resigns as Fuel Protests Rage; Thursday Marks One-Year Anniversary of Capitol Riot. Aired 1-2a ET
• Australia Cancels Novak Djokovic's Visa Over Vaccine Exemption; Emmanuel Macron Under Fire For Comments About Unvaccinated; Kazakhstan's Government As Fuel Protests Rage; U.S. Attorney General Vows To Hold All Perpetrators Accountable; Thursday Marks One-Year Anniversary Of Capitol Riot. Aired 12-1a ET
• Sen. Dick Durbin (D-IL) Discusses January 6th Insurrection; Members Of Congress Reflect On January 6th Insurrection; Interview With Stephanie Grisham. Aired 2:30-3p ET
• Interview With Sen. Richard Durbin (D-IL); Insurrection One Year Later. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• Members of Congress Reflect on January 6th Insurrection; Nation Reflects on January 6 Riot, Ongoing Attacks on Democracy; January 6th Select Committee Faces Pivotal Year Ahead; Interview with Rep. Sheila Jackson Lee (D-TX), Trapped in the House Gallery on January 6. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• Did Not Air. 1-2p ET
• Insurrection One Year Later; Interview With Former White House Press Secretary Stephanie Grisham. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• Did Not Air. 10-10:30a ET
• America Marks Anniversary of Deadly Capitol Insurrection; Biden Tears Into Trump, Blames Him for January 6 Violence; Democratic Senators Mark January 6th Attack One Year Later. Aired 10:30-11a ET


January 05, 2022
• 700+ Charged Nearly a Year After January 6 Capitol Riot; Judge to Decide Whether to Dismiss Prince Andrew Case; Partial Lockdown and Mass Testing in Zhengzhou, China; Omicron Raising Alarm as It Rages Around the World; I-95 in Virginia Reopens After Motorists Stranded for Hours; Millions in U.S. Facing Coldest Temps of the Season. Aired 4:30-5a ET
• January 6 Committee Seeks Cooperation from Fox News' Sean Hannity; Trump Hit with Two New Lawsuits from Police Officers; Security Ramping Up Ahead of January 6 Anniversary; CDC New Isolation Guidance Causes More Confusion; Israel Study: Fourth Dose Boosts Antibodies Fivefold. Aired 4-4:30a ET
• Countries Struggle to Contain Omicron; U.K. to Stick to Plan B; President Macron Address Unvaccinated Citizens; New Delhi Under Curfew and Weekend Lockdown; Israel Looking for a Fourth Dose; Prince Andrew's Legal Battle Still Undetermined; U.S. Capitol Police Now Well Prepared. Aired 3-4a ET
• Did Not Air. 2-3a ET
• Did Not Air. 1-2a ET
• Did Not Air. 12-1a ET
• GOP Seeks to Avoid Trump Talk Surrounding January 6th Anniversary; January 6th Panel Reveals Hannity's Texts, Want His Cooperation; Text Show Fox Host Privately Panned Big Lie That He Built Up; CDC Director: Omicron Variant Now 95 Percent of Cases; New Orleans Public School Students Ages 5 and Older Must be Fully Vaccinated by February 1; White House Touts Record-Breaking 2021 Shopping Season. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• U.S. Attorney General Merrick Garland Delivers Address; Capitol Security. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• Pandemic Takes A Toll On Frontline Health Care Workers; Chicago Public Schools Cancel Classes After Teachers Union Votes To Go Virtual; Attorney General Garland Speaks About DOJ's Jan. 6th Probe. Aired 2:30-3p ET
• Jan. 6th Panel Reveals Hannity's Texts, Wants His Cooperation; Now: CDC Advisers Meet On Boosters For Kids 12-15; Seven Children Among 13 Killed In Philly Apartment Fire. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• Text Message Reveals Hannity "Very Worried" about Pro-Trump Plans But Blamed Anti-Trump Forces; Union: Chicago Teacher Locked Out of Remote Platforms After Voting to Stay Virtual; 13 Dead, Including 7 Kids, in Philly Row House Fire; Djokovic Caught in Visa Bungle as He Arrives in Australia. Aired 1:30-2p ET
• January Committee 6 Asks Sean Hannity to Testify; Jobs Report Crushes Expectations; Are Schools Safe?. Aired 1-1:30p ET
• Joe Manchin Saga Continues on Filibuster Reform for Voting Rights; 146 U.S. Mayors Send Letter to Senate Regarding Voting Reform; Mental Health Implications for Children During COVID Pandemic; 13 Dead after Philadelphia Apartment Fire Aired 10:30-11a ET
• Sean Hannity Texts to White House Staff January 6; Search for Suspect that Planted Pipe Bombs 1/5/21; AG Garland To Hold Conference; Domestic Extremist Terrorism within Political Parties; 13 Killed in House Fire in Philadelphia; Chicago School District returns to Remote Learning; Dr. Schaffner Discusses Omicron Variant. Aired 10-10:30a ET
• Key Jobs Report out for December; Some Rioters Show Remorse While Others Defection their Actions; Terrance Gainer is Interviewed about the Capitol Police; Winter Storm Strands Drivers and Train Passengers. Aired 9:30-10a ET
• Chicago Schools Cancel Classes; CDC Tries to Clarify Guidance; January 6th Panel Wants to talk with Hannity; Rep. Mike Quigley (D-IL) is Interviewed about the Capitol Riots. Aired 9-9:30a ET


January 04, 2022
• Biden Faces Series of Challenge in 2022; Biden to Deliver Remarks on COVID-19 as Cases Rise; Okinawa Governor Slams U.S. Military Over Omicron Outbreak; Delhi Imposes Weekend Curfew Amid Rising Omicron Cases; Prince Andrew's Civil Case Hearing; China Launches "Pregame" Version of Bubble Ahead of Games. Aired 4:30-5a ET
• More Than 100,000 Hospitalized in the U.S. with COVID-19; U.S. Teacher Raise Health Concerns as Schools Reopen; Largest U.S. Pediatric Hospital Sees Record Admissions; Omicron Variant Tightening Its Grip on Europe; Theranos Founder Guilty of Wire Fraud and Conspiracy; Drivers Stranded on I-95 in Virginia After Winter Storm. Aired 4-4:30a ET
• Prime Minister Boris Johnson Warns of More COVID Infections; Asia-Pacific Also Seeing a Surge in COVID-19; Omicron Spreads More to Unvaccinated; China Prepares for Olympic Games; New York Court Hears Prince Andrew's Lawsuit Case. Aired 3-4a ET
• Omicron Variant Tightening Its Grip On Europe; Australia's NSW Reports Record COVID Hospitalizations; Israel Prime Minister: Must Act Swiftly To Stay Ahead Of Omicron; Sources: Army Reneging On Deal Led To Prime Minister's Resignation. Aired 2-3a ET
• Omicron Appears Less Severe Than Delta & Other Variants; Omicron Variant Driving Up Case Counts Worldwide; Beijing Winter Olympic Bubble Begins Month Ahead of Games; Prince Andrew's Legal Team Trying to Dismiss Sex Assault Case. Aired 1-2a ET
• Omicron Variant Tightening Its Grip On Europe; Omicron Appears Less Severe Than Delta And Other Variants; Australia's New South Wales Reports Record COVID Hospitalizations; Prince Andrew Accuser's Settlement With Jeffrey Epstein Unsealed; Sources: Army Reneging On Deal Led To Sudan Prime Minister's Resignation. Aired 12-1a ET
• Capitol Police Making Changes in Response to Insurrection; Miami-Dade Schools Mandate Masks for All Adult as Cases Surge; Newark, New Jersey Schools Will be 100 percent Virtual Until January 18; January 6 Committee Wants to Ask Fox Host Sean Hannity Abut His Interactions with Trump; Trump Face Backlash from Some Supporters After Touting COVID Vaccine. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• President Biden Speaks Out on COVID Surge; Interview With Sen. Tim Kaine (D-VA). Aired 3-3:30p ET
• Drivers Still Stranded In Icy Mess On I-95 In Virginia; Trucker Offers Stranded Strangers A Microwaved Hot Breakfast While Stuck On Icy I-95; Rep. Ro Khanna (D-CA) Discusses Anniversary Of Jan. 6th Insurrection & Passing Build Back Better Act; Sen. Tim Kaine (D-VA) Discussing Being Stuck On Icy I-95. Aired 2:30-3p ET
• President Biden Speaks Out on COVID Surge. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• Gov Cuomo Won't Be Prosecuted For Forcible Touching Charge; A.G. Merrick Garland To Update 1/6 Investigation Tomorrow; Attorneys For Prince Andrew Call For Lawsuit To Be Dropped; World Races To Vaccinate Amid Omicron Spread. Aired 1:30-2p ET
• Virginia Drivers Stranded For Hours; CDC Updating COVID Guidance?. Aired 1-1:30p ET
• Thousands of Schools Delay In-Person Learning as Omicron Surges; Prince Andrew's Legal Team Argues to Dismiss Sexual Assault Lawsuit; Florida Surgeon General Signals Change to COVID Testing Approach. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• Drivers Trapped for Hours on Virginia Highway by Winter Storm; CDC Backs FDA Decision to Give Pfizer Booster After Five Months; Trump Supporters Blame January 6 Insurrection on Everyone But Trump. Aired 10-10:30a ET
• Russian Businessman to be Arraigned Tomorrow; Kelly Gonez is Interviewed about L.A.'s Return to School Decisions; Homes Convicted of Four Out of 11 Charges. Aired 9:30-10a ET
• Driers Trapped on Virginia Highway; Houston Study on Omicron; Record-High Hospitalizations of Kids; Dr. Richard Besser is Interviewed about Children with Covid; Rep. Ruben Gallego is Interviewed about January 6th. Aired 9-9:30a ET


January 03, 2022
• China Reports Drop in Cases in Locked Down Xi'an; COVID Cases Skyrocketing worldwide fueled by Omicron; Nearly 34,000 New Cases in India on Monday; Authorities Narrowing Origins of Devastating Wildfire in Colorado; Sudan's Prime Minister Resigns After Reports Forces Killed More Protesters. Aired 4:30-5a ET
• COVID Cases Surging in U.S. Fueled by Omicron Variant; U.S. Schools Back In Session with COVID Precaution; COVID Cases Skyrocketing Worldwide Fueled by Omicron; COVID and Storms Lead to Thousands of Canceled Flights; At Least 14 Million People Under Winter Storm Warning in U.S.; January 6 Committee Members Reveal New Details of Investigation; Biden: U.S. to Respond Decisively if Russia Invades. Aired 4-4:30a ET
• Omicron Variant Infect More Children Now; Travel Disrupted by Duo Problem; Lockdown for Xi'an City Not Ending Soon; Hong Kong Aims to Vaccinate 90 Percent of Its Population; Sudan is Leaderless Amid Chaos; U.S. Remembers January 6th Insurrection. Aired 3-4a ET
• Omicron Variant Surging U.S. COVID Cases; Drop in COVID Cases in Xi'an Due to Zero-COVID Policy; Sudan's Prime Minister Resigns; U.S. to Respond Decisively if Russia Invades Ukraine; New Details in the Investigation of U.S. Capitol Attack. Aired 2-3a ET
• COVID Cases Skyrocketing Worldwide Fueled by Omicron; Israel to Offer Fourth Vaccine Shot Amid Omicron Surge; China Reports Drop in Cases in Locked Down Xi'an. Aired 1-2a ET
• COVID Cases Skyrocket Worldwide Fueled by Omicron; China Reports Drop in Cases in Locked Down Xi'an; India to Start Vaccinating Teens Ages 15 to 18; Biden: U.S. to 'Respond Decisively' if Russia Invades; How COVID-19 Has Changed the Way We Work. Aired 12-1a ET
• Florida Governor: Colleges Should Return Tuition If Classes Not In-Person; Confusion Over Covid-19 Testing Procedures and Accuracy Remains; Twitter Suspends Marjorie Taylor Greene's Personal Account; White House Unveils $1 Billion Plan to Lower Meat and Poultry Prices. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• Insurrection Investigation; Record COVID Cases; Winter Storms; Aired 3-3:30p ET
• Schools Grapple With Return To Classes As Omicron Surges; NYC Mayor On Schools Amid COVID Surge: "We're Staying Open"; WAPO: House Democrats Begin Planning For Post-Pelosi Era; Winter Storm Slowing Search For Colorado Wildfire Survivors; Antonio Brown "No Longer A Buc" After Leaving Mid-Game. Aired 2:30-3p ET
• Insurrection Investigation; Subpoenas Issued For Donald Trump Jr. and Ivanka Trump; Winter Storm; FDA Authorizes Booster For Ages 12 to 15. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• Gottlieb: Omicron Looks to be Milder, Young Kids in Most Danger; Thousands of U.S. Flights Cancelled Amid Winter Storms & COVID Issues; Biden Pledges Decisive Response if Russia Invades Ukraine; Twitter Bans Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene's Personal Account; Antonio Brown "No Longer a Buc" After Leaving Mid-Game. Aired 1:30-2p ET
• FDA Authorizes Booster For Ages 12 to 15; Insurrection Investigation; Subpoenas Issued For Donald Trump Jr. and Ivanka Trump. Aired 1-1:30p ET
• More Than 20 Million People Under Winter Storm Alerts; FDA Authorizes Pfizer Vaccine Boosters for Children Ages 12-15. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• More Than 20 Million People Under Winter Storm Alerts; FDA Authorizes Pfizer Vaccine Boosters for Children Ages 12-15; Rep. Liz Cheney (R-WY) Says, Firsthand Testimony Ivanka Trump Asked Then- President to Do Something to Stop January 6 Violence. Aired 10-10:30a ET
• Sanctions Needed to Deter Russia; Mayor Maria Rivera is Interviewed about Covid Tests; Two People Still Missing in Colorado. Aired 9:30-10a ET
• Thousands of Flights Canceled Amid Storms and Covid; Schools Grapple with Return to Classes; CDC Expected to Clarify Guidelines; Dr. Carlos del Rio is Interviewed about CDC Guidelines; January 6th Committee Claims Firsthand Knowledge about Trump's Actions. Aired 9- 9:30a ET


January 02, 2022
• COVID-19 Cases Rising Among Children; Skyrocketing COVID-19 Cases Worldwide; Funeral For Desmond Tutu; U.S. And Ukrainian Presidents To Speak Soon; Opponents Hope For Bolsonaro's Reckoning In 2022; Severe Storms In U.S. Southeast; UAE'S Prospects As Mediator In Volatile Region; 2022 Financial Checklist; Meme-Worthy Events Of 2021. Aired 5-6a ET
• Biden White House Coping With COVID-19; Skyrocketing COVID-19 Cases Worldwide; SCOTUS to Hear Vaccine Mandate Arguments; U.S. and Ukrainian Presidents to Speak Soon; Severe Storms in U.S. Southeast; Climate Change Creating More Extreme Weather Events; North Korean Leader Admits to Nation's "Food Problem"; A Royal Recap of 2021. Aired 4-5a ET
• Fire At South African Parliament In Cape Town; Skyrocketing COVID-19 Cases Worldwide; U.S. COVID-19 Surge Disrupting Daily Life For Americans; Biden White House Coping With COVID-19; World's "Forgotten Crises" Got Worse In 2021; Funeral For Desmond Tutu. Aired 3-3:30a ET
• U.S. COVID-19 Surge Disrupting Daily Life For Americans; Skyrocketing COVID-19 Cases Worldwide; World's "Forgotten Crises" Got Worse In 2021; North Korean Leader Admits To Nation's "Food Problem"; Opponents Hope For Bolsonaro's Reckoning In 2022; UAE'S Prospects As Mediator In Volatile Region. Aired 1-1:30a ET
• Skyrocketing COVID-19 Cases Worldwide; U.S. COVID-19 Surge Disrupting Daily Life For Americans; U.S. And Ukrainian Presidents To Speak Soon; Funeral For Desmond Tutu; Top International News Stories Of 2021. Aired 12-12:30a ET
• Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin Tests Positive for COVID-19; School Districts Looking to Switch to Virtual Learning as COVID Surges; Vaccinated Massachusetts Teachers Ineligible for State Program; Republican Liz Cheney Issues Concerns if Trump Gets Reelected; Colorado Smolders After Fires Destroy Hundreds of Homes; "Carole King and James Taylor: Just Call Out My Name" Premieres Tonight; Man Blows Up His Tesla Than Pay Car Repair Bill. Aired 8-9p ET
• Child COVID Hospitalizations Soar to New Pandemic High; Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin Tests Positive for COVID-19; Cities Across U.S. Broke Homicide Records in 2021. Aired 7-8p ET
• More School Districts Switch To Virtual Learning As COVID Spikes; U.S. Tops 2,000 Flight Cancellations For Second Straight Day; Winter Storms Cause Travel Delays Across The U.S.; Expert Says January 6th Riot Aimed To Recruit Radicalized People; NYPD Cracks Decades-Old Cold Case With DNA Technology; Biden Talks To Ukraine's President As Russian Troops Gather At The Border; Woman Quarantines $In Airplane Bathroom. Aired 6-7p ET
• Trump Watched The Capitol Attack On TV; U.S. COVID Daily Average Rising On Surging Omicron; Colorado Wildfires Destroys Nearly 1,000 Homes; Trump Endorsements And Vendetta; Tesla Owner Blows Up Own Car. Aired 5-6p ET
• January 6th Probe Heating Up As One Year Anniversary Of Attack Approaches; U.S. Averaging Nearly 400,000 Cases Per Day; Twitter Suspends Personal Account Of Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene; Schools Shift Plans As Child COVID Hospitalizations Surge; Judge: Prince Andrew Must Turn Over Documents In Sexual Assault Lawsuit; U.S. Diplomats & Russian Counterparts To Talk Ongoing Ukraine Crisis On January 10 In Geneva. Aired 4-5p ET
• U.S. Nears 400,000 Cases a Day, Shattering Records; NYC EMTs Directed Not to Transport Patients with Flulike Symptoms; Twitter Permanently Suspends One of MTG's Two Accounts; "Firsthand Testimony" Trump Watched Insurrection on TV, Cheney Says; Interview with Rep. Kim Schrier (D-WA) on January 6 Events and COVID-19 in Schools; At- Home Tests May Be Less Sensitive to Omicron Variant, FDA Says; President Biden to Speak with Ukrainian President; Record-Setting Colorado Wildfires; Officers, Neighbors Rescue Babies after Kentucky Tornado. Aired 3-4p ET
• Rep. Cheney: Firsthand Testimony Trump Watched Insurrection On TV; Airlines Cancel Thousands Of Flights Due To COVID-19, Bad Weather; Dangers Ahead For The U.S. Economy; Trump Wields Endorsement Power Ahead Of Midterms; Interview With Gov. Jared Polis Of Colorado And FEMA Administrator Deanne Criswell; Melania Trump Reemerges To Sell Digital Painting Of Her Eyes. Aired 2-3p ET
• U.S. Nears 400,000 Cases A Day, Shattering Records; Airlines Cancel Thousands Of Flights Due To COVID-19 And Bad Weather; January 6th Committee Claims Firsthand Testimony On Trump During Insurrection; President Biden Set To Speak With Ukraine's President. Aired 1-2p ET


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