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May 07, 2022
• Zelenskyy Looking To Evacuate Soldiers At Azovstal; Emmanuel Macron To Be Inaugurated For Second Term; North American Soldiers Say Why They're Fighting In Ukraine; British Police To Investigate Lockdown Gathering With Keir Starmer; Moscow Pushing Russification In Ukraine's Occupied Regions; Putin's Girlfriend In Proposed E.U. Sanctions; Poll On Overturning Roe V. Wade, Winds, Hail, Tornadoes Threaten The Southeast. Aired 4-5a ET
• Zelenskyy Looking to Evacuate Soldiers at Azovstal; Red Square Prepares for Victory Day Parade; North Korean Launch Possibly Ballistic Missile; North American Soldiers Say Why They're Fighting in Ukraine. Aired 3-4a ET
• Zelenskyy Looking to Evacuate Soldiers at Azovstal; Red Square Prepares for Victory Day Parade; Massive Explosion at Havana Hotel; Sri Lankan President Declares State of Emergency; Russian Drone Captures Battle in Real Time. Aired 2-3a ET
• Zelenskyy Looking to Evacuate Soldiers at Azovstal; Red Square Prepares for Victory Day Parade; British Police to Investigate Lockdown Gathering with Keir Starmer; China's Lockdowns and Mental Health; North American Soldiers Say Why They're Fighting in Ukraine. Aired 1-2a ET
• Zelenskyy Looking to Evacuate Soldiers at Azovstal; Russians Leave Evidence of Atrocities across Ukraine; Red Square Prepares for Victory Day Parade; Russian Drone Captures Battle in Real Time; Emmanuel Macron to Be Inaugurated for Second Term; Italy Seizes Superyacht with Purported Links to Russia; Poll on Overturning Roe v. Wade. Aired 12-1a ET
• L.A. Hospital Facing Civil Rights Lawsuit Over Death Of A Black Mother; Home Buyers Struggle; Lawyer: Dave Chappelle Wants Stage Attacker Charged With Felony; Country Singer Mickey Gilley Dies At 86; Ukraine: Russia Bombed School with 90 Civilians Inside; WAPO: CIA Teaching Russians How to Share Secrets with Agency; Jill Biden Spending Mother's Day in Slovakia, Next to Ukraine; North Korea Fires Ballistic Missile in Second Launch This Week; New Images of Patrol Car Used in Alabama Prisoner Escape. Aired 8-9p ET
• Russian Aircraft Bombed School With 90 Civilians Inside; Biden Announces $150 Million In Additional Ukraine Aid; New Images Of Patrol Car Used In Alabama Prisoner Escape; White House Warns Of 100 Million New COVID Cases This Fall And Winter; Is The U.S. Headed For A Recession; Is The U.S. Headed For A Recession; Ed Sheeran Works With Ukrainian Musician In New Video. Aired 7-8p ET
• Ukraine: Russian Aircraft Bombed School with 90 Civilians Inside; American and Other Volunteers Join Fight in Front Lines; Abortion Rights in Jeopardy; FDA Chief: Misinformation The "Leading Cause Of Death" In U.S.; J&J Vaccine Use Limited Over Concerns About Clotting Disorder; Whistleblower Warned FDA About Baby Formula Safety Issues Months Before They Were Recalled; Three American Tourists Found Dead At Resort In The Bahamas. Aired 6-7p ET
• Ukraine: All Women, Children & Elderly Evacuated From Mariupol Plant; Russian Aircraft Bombed School With 90 Civilians Inside; WH Adviser: Overturning Roe Would Hurt Economy; U.S. Economy Adds 428k Jobs In April; Judge: Marjorie Taylor Greene Is Qualified For Reelection; New Audio: McCarthy Calls Trump's Behavior On 1/6 "Atrocious And Totally Wrong"; SUV Used In Alabama Jailbreak Discovered In Tennessee; CDC Investigating Cases Of Severe, Unexplained Hepatitis In Kids. Aired 5-6p ET
• Russian Troops Escorted All Women, Children And Elderly From Mariupol Besieged Plant; New Images Of Soviet-Era Symbols Seen In Mariupol; New Poll Shows Mixed Opinions Supporting Roe v. Wade; Three U.S. Tourists Found Dead At Sandals Resort In Bahamas; Putin's Rumored Girlfriend Set To Be Sanctioned By E.U.; First Lady, Jill Biden, Meets With Children Who Fled War In Ukraine; At Least 32 Killed, 19 Missing After Explosion At Havana Hotel. Aired 4-5p ET
• Ukraine Says All Women, Children And Elderly Evacuated From Mariupol Plant; Russians Try To Put Their Stamp On Seized Ukrainian Territory; New Poll Shows Majority Against Overturning Of Roe v. Wade; Getaway SUV Found In Hunt For Escaped Inmate And Jail Officer; Astronauts Cooperate In Space During War On Earth; New Video Shows Corrections Officer At Hotel Night Before She Left Jail With Murder Suspect. Aired 3-4p ET
• Ukrainian Officials Announce All Women, Children, And Elderly Civilians Evacuated From Steel Plant In City Of Mariupol, Ukraine; Controversy Arises Over Reporting On Nature Of U.S. Intelligence Provided To Ukrainian Forces; American Basketball Star Brittney Griner Continues To Be Detained In Russia On Drug Charges; Biden Administration Issues Warning That U.S. Could Potentially See 100 Million Covid Infections In Fall And Winter; Three American Tourists Die At Sandals Resort In Bahamas; Abortion Rights Activists Advocate For Mail-Order Abortion Pills As Supreme Court Appears Poised To Overturn Roe Versus Wade Decision; Mortgage Rates And Home Prices Increased Significantly Since Previous Year; Preparations Underway For British Queen Elizabeth's Platinum Jubilee. Aired 2-3p ET.
• Ukraine: All Women, Children, Elderly People Evacuated From Mariupol Steel Plant; Biden Announces New $150M Aid Package For Ukraine; First Lady To Spend Mother's Day With Refugees, Children In Slovakia; Amber Heard Testifies to Alleged Assault by Ex-Husband, Johnny Depp; State Prosecutors Weigh How to Respond if Abortion Rights Overturned; Women Face Uncertainty as States Consider Impact of Abortion Laws; Leaked Alito Draft Contradicts 2006 Confirmation Testimony; Astronauts Collaborate in Space During War on Earth. Aired 1-2p ET
• Pro-Russian Separatists: 150+ People Evacuated From Mariupol Today; Ukraine Military: Six Russian Cruise Missiles Target Odesa Region; New Details Emerge On Casey White's Criminal Background; Putin's Reputed Girlfriend Included In Proposed EU sanctions List; Fears Of Violence In DC After Leaked Draft Overturning Roe V. Wade; 148th Running Of The Kentucky Derby Today. Aired 12-1p ET
• Fifty Civilians Evacuated From Mariupol Steel Plant Today; Russia Blew Up Bridges In Northeast To Slow Counter-Offensive; Biden Announces New $150M Aid Package For Ukraine; North Korea Fires Short- Range Ballistic Missile; Authorities Announce Key Discovery In Search For Alabama Fugitives; Most Americans Support Federal Abortion Rights Law; Esper Writes That Trump Wanted To Bomb Drug Labs In Mexico; Idaho's Population Growth Sparks Rising Home Prices. Aired 11a-12p ET
• Attempts Continue to Evacuate Civilians from Steel Plant in City of Mariupol, Ukraine; Reports Indicate Russian Forces Destroying Bridges in Northeastern Ukraine to Slow Down Counteroffensives from Ukrainian Forces; U.S. Jobs Report Stronger than Expected for April; President Biden Addresses Continuing Concerns over Inflation. Aired 10-11a ET


May 06, 2022
• Azov Regiment Says Russian Forces Fired An Anti-Tank Weapon At A Car That Was Evacuating People From The Azovstal Plant; Explosion Damages Havana Hotel; Boris Johnson And His Party Suffer Setbacks In Local Voting In Britain; Manhunt Underway For Two Suspects; Philippines Preparing For Monday's Presidential Election; Small Irish Town Welcomes Ukrainian Refugees. Aired 2-3p ET
• Sweden, Finland Both Considering Joining NATO; Finland's Military Ramps Up Readiness to Possible Aggression; EU Preparing New Sanction, Including Ban on Russian Oil; Early Results Showing Major Losses or Conservative Party; U.S. Demand for Abortion Pills By Mail Expected to Soar; Hundreds of Storms in Recent Days, Some Spawning Tornadoes. Aired 4:30-5a ET
• More Mariupol Evacuations Planned as Fighting Rages; U.S. Intel Helped Ukraine target Russian Ship; Design Firm Building Housing for Displaced Ukrainians; World Markets React to Wall Street Tumble; Israel Identifies Suspects in Deadly Elad Attack; Chines President Doubles Down on Nation's Zero-COVID Policy. Aired 4-4:30a ET
• Rescuing Civilians in Mariupol is Risky; Poland Struggling with Influx of Refugees; U.S. Shared Intel to Ukrainians About Moskva Warship; Suspected Terrorists Arrested in Israel; Wall Street Makes Complete U-turn; Finland Working to Join NATO Alliance; Finland Hopes to Become a NATO Member; China Postponed Asian Games; Supreme Court Draft Spark Outrage; White House Making Historic Decision; Alabama Offers Reward for Informants; Tornadoes Ripping Houses. Aired 3-4a ET
• Russian Shelling of Azovstal Steel Plant Still Continues; U.S. Markets Make U-Turn After Major Gains; Israel Names Suspects in Deadly Attack; Xi-Jinping Doubles Down on Nation's Zero-COVID Policy; Finland Preparing for Possible Russian Aggression; Vote Could Show Impact Of "Partygate" Scandal; Eintracht Frankfurt Hold Off West Ham To Reach Final; Charles Leclerc "Feels Amazing" Leading Title Race; U.S. Law Enforcement Warns Of Potential Violence In Wake Of Supreme Court Abortion Rights Draft Opinion; Sailors Moved Off USS George Washington After Multiple Suicide. Aired 2-3a ET
• Russia's War on Ukraine; Continuous Russian Assault; Ukrainian Forces Strong Defense; Missing Ukrainians Taken by Russian Soldiers; Search for Suspects in Israel; U.S. Economy; Coronavirus pandemic; W.H.O. Death Toll in India; India Denies Death Toll Numbers; China Doubles Down on Zero-COVID Policy; Wounded Ukrainian Soldier Spent Weeks as Russian Prisoner; Captured Ukrainian Marine Speaks with CNN after Release; Israeli and Russian Interests Converge in Syria; Abortion Battle Grows More Tense after Leak of Draft Opinion; Biden Admin to Lift Trump-Era Title-42; White House Appoints First Black & LGBTQ Press Secretary. Aired 1-2a ET
• More Mariupol Evacuations Planned as Fighting Rages; Sources: U.S. Intel Helped Ukraine Target Russian Ship; Manhunt Underway after Suspected Terrorist Attack in Israel; Hillary Clinton Slams Draft Supreme Court Decision; 25 Wounded in Missile Strikes, Shelling of Kramatorsk; German Prosecutor: Evidence Points to Suspect in Madeleine McCann Abduction; Manhunt Underway for Alabama Corrections Officer, Inmate; Republican Backlash Deepens Against Cawthorn. Aired 12-1a ET
• Judge Recommends GOP Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene Should Not Be Disqualified for Reelection; Esper: Stephen Miller Wanted to Sen 250,000 Troops to Border; Vehicle Found in Hunt for Escaped Inmate, Former Corrections Officer; Stewardship of Supreme Court Under Justice Roberts Scrutinized. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• U.S. Economy Adds 428K Jobs in April, Employment Stable at 3.6 Percent; Biden in Ohio to Meet with Manufacturers; Satellite Pics Show Excavation of Mariupol Theater Where 300 Killed; Judge Recommends GOP Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene Should Not Be Disqualified for Reelection. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• Vehicle Found In Tennessee In Search For Fugitives; At Least 8 Dead After Explosion At Havana Hotel; FDA Puts Strict Limits On Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 Vaccine; New Images Of Soviet-Era Symbols Seen In Mariupol. Aired 2:30-3pm ET
• White House Ramping Up Messaging on Roe v. Wade; Mariupol Evacuation Efforts Continue; Strong Jobs Report; Interview With Former U.S. Secretary of Defense Leon Panetta. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• Hotel Explosion In Cuba; Supreme Court Security; FDA Puts New Restrictions On J&J Vaccine; Unexplained Hepatitis In Children; Interview With Co-Director Of Center For Vaccine Development At Texas Children's Hospital Dr. Peter Hotez; Limited Roles For Harry, Meghan, And Andrew; Manhunt For Alabama Fugitives; New Photos Released For Alabama Fugitives. Aired 1:30-2p ET
• Mariupol Evacuation Efforts Continue; Strong Jobs Report. Aired 1-1:30p ET
• Esper Says, Trump Wanted to Launch Missiles Into Mexico Over Drug Labs; First Lady Arrives in Romania to Visit Troops, Refugees; Emotional, Graphic Testimony As Heard Details Alleged Assault By Depp. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• Happening Now, Evacuations From Mariupol Steel Plant As Fighting Rages; U.S Economy Adds 428,000 Jobs in April, Unemployment Stable At 3.6 Percent; Fears of Violence in D.C. After Leaked Draft Overturning Roe V. Wade. Aired 10-10:30a ET
• Amber Heard's Testimony; Putin's Girlfriend on Sanctions List; Petro Poroshenko is Interviewed about Ukraine. Aired 9:30-10a
• April Jobs Report; Evacuations from Mariupol Amid Fighting; Russia Blocking Civilians in Kherson; Wesley Clark is Interviewed about the War in Ukraine; Esper's New Book. Aired 9:00-9:30a ET


May 05, 2022
• Fighting Rages Around Azovstal Plant; W.H.O. Report: COVID Caused 15 Million Excess Deaths Globally; At Least Three Dead in Attack in Central Israel; New Evidence in Madeleine McCann Case; Abortion Providers in U.S. Face Uncertain Future. Aired 2-3p ET
• EU May Find It Hard to Ban Russian Oil Imports; U.K. Sanctions Russian Media Outlets Over "Disinformation"; Manhunt Underway for Alabama Correctional Officer and Inmate; Millions in Beijing Face Sixth Round of Mass Testing; Comedian Tackled on Stage in Los Angeles. Aired 4:30-5a ET
• Nonstop Shelling of Azovstal Plant; Intensifying Fighting at Mariupol Steel Plant; Effort to Provide Shelter, Aid to the Internally Displaced; U.S. Fed Raises Interest Rates Half a Percentage Point; Rate Hike Pushes U.S. Stocks to Best Day in Two Years; CDC Chief Says More People May Die If Abortion Rights Removed; Audio Recordings Reveal Top U.S. House Republican Spoke About Having Trump Removed from Office. Aired 4-4:30a ET
• Russian Forces Attacking Mariupol Nonstop; Donations Starting to Decline; Asian Markets All in Positive Trend; Ukrainian Oligarch Fighting Extradition; Not All E.U. Members Can Ban Russian Oil; Pope Francis Warns Russian Patriarch; President Biden Attacking MAGA Followers; Women Outrage by Supreme Court's Draft; Dave Chappelle Attacked on Stage. Aired 3-4a ET
• Russia Says It Will Allow Evacuations From Azovstal Plant; Ukrainian Forces Retake Village In Northern Kharkiv Region; E.U. Proposes Ban On Russian Oil Imports By Year's End; Afghan Refugees Stay in U.S. Permanently; Wanted Correctional Officer to Turn Herself In; Actress Amber Heard Takes Stand; Bolsonaro's Reaction to DiCaprio; Four Astronauts to Return to Earth; Russian Cosmonaut Takes Command of ISS. Aired 2-3a ET
• Ukrainian Forces Retake Village Near Kharkiv; Russia Says To Cease Fire At Mariupol Steel Plant Allowing Civilian Evacuations; Biden Comes Out Swinging Against GOP Extreme MAGA Agenda; Fed Raises Rates By Half A Percentage Point; Moldovan Winery Opens Its Doors to Ukrainian Refugees; Beijing's Largest District Effectively Shut Down; Protecting Thailand's Indochinese Tigers; Comedian Tackled on Stage in Los Angeles. Aired 1-2a ET
• Intensifying Fighting At Mariupol Steel Plant; U.S. Fed Raises Interest Rates Half A Percentage Point; Fed Aims To Curb U.S. Inflation With Rate Hike; Ukrainians Reach Freedom After Fleeing Occupied Kherson; Dave Chappelle Tackled Onstage in L.A.; Major U.S. Reservoirs at Risk of Drying Up. Aired 12-1a ET
• Interview with Republican Congressman Charlie Dent; McCarthy Calling 25th Amendment Process Too Long; Donald Trump Jr. Meets with January 6 Committee; Chief Justice Roberts Calling Leak "Absolutely Appalling"; Amber Heard Back on the Stand in Johnny Depp Defamation Trial; Interview with Criminal Defense Attorney Joey Jackson; Karine Jean-Pierre Named Next WH Press Secretary; Stock Fall Sharply Wiping Out Wednesday's Gains. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• Ukrainians Make Last Stand at Mariupol Steel Plant; Chief Justice Roberts Call Leak of Supreme Court Draft on Abortion "Absolutely Appalling"; Economist Predict Dip in Job Growth as Pandemic Recovery Slows. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• Sources: Trump Jr Did Not Invoke 5th Amendment in Testimony; Oath Keepers Member Says Group's Leader Tried, Failed to Contact Trump on 1/6; WHO: Global COVID Death Toll 3X Higher Than Officially Reported; Cases in U.S. Soaring Across Northeast, Pacific Northwest; At Least 3 Killed in Suspected Terror Attack in Israel; Airlines Scramble Over Pilot Shortages Ahead of Summer. Aired 2:30-3p ET
• Interview With Michigan Attorney General Dana Nessel; Stock Market Drops; Desperation in Mariupol. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• Amber Heard Details More Alleged Abuse by Johnny Depp; Audio; McCarthy Said 25th Amendment "Takes Too Long," Wanted to Reach Out to President-Elect Joe Biden After 1/6; GOP Rep. Madison Cawthorn Calls Nude Tape "Blackmail"; German Prosecutor "Sure" He's Identified Madeleine McCann's Murderer; JonBenet Ramsey's Dad Wants 3rd Party to Take Over DNA Testing. Aired 1:30-2p ET
• Stock Market Drops; Desperation in Mariupol. Aired 1-1:30p ET
• 45 Million-Plus Under Threat For Severe Weather Across The South; Ukraine Says, Russian Forces Have Committed 9,800-Plus War Crimes; White House Shares Possible Options If Roe v. Wade Overturned. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• Intense Fighting as Ukrainians Make Last Stand At Mariupol Steel Plant; Audio Says, Rep. Kevin McCarthy Called 25th Amendment Process Too Long; Amber Heard Testifies For Second Day About Marriage to Depp. Aired 10-10:30a ET
• Heard Continues Testimony in Lawsuit; Gennadiy Trukhanov is Interviewed about Odessa; Zeke Unger is Interviewed about the Manhunt for Vicky White and Casey White. Aired 9:30-10a ET
• Intense Fighting in Mariupol; Missile Strikes Residential Area in Kramatorsk; Dana Pittard is Interviewed about Ukraine; McCarthy Audio Talks about 25th Amendment. Aired 9-9:30a ET


May 04, 2022
• Russia Intensifies Attacks Across Ukraine; E.U. Proposes More Sanctions Including Russian Oil Ban; Americans Take To The Streets In Protest Against Supreme Court Abortion Leak; About 2,000 Troops Remain In Mariupol; Amber Heard Testifies In Defamation Hearing; Russian Orthodox Leader Named In Latest E.U. Sanctions. Aired 2-3p ET
• Supreme Court to Overturn Abortion Rights Law; EU Commission President Proposes Ban on Russian Oil; Government's Handling of Shanghai Lockdown Fuel Outrage. Aired 4:30-5a ET
• Draft Opinion: Top U.S. Court to Overturn Abortion Rights Law; Trump-Backed Vance Wins Ohio GOP Senate Primary; Azovstal Steel Plant Evacuees Arrive in Zaporizhzhia; Fresh Evacuations Underway From Mariupol; North Korea Fires Ballistic Missile into Sea. Aired 4-4:30a ET
• Women Protests Over a SCOTUS Draft; Roe v. Wade a New Political Thug of War; E.U. Phasing Out Russian Oil; A Sigh of Relief for Azovstal Evacuees; North Korea Launch its 13th Missile Test. Aired 3- 4a ET
• Abortion Rights Protests; CNN: Trump-Backed Vance Wins Ohio GOP Senate Primary; Ukraine Says It Attacked Russian Positions On Snake Island; WNBA Griner Wrongfully Detained in Russia; Trump Endorsed Political Candidates; Alabama: Missing Officer and Inmate in a Relationship. Aired 2-3a ET
• Protests Across U.S. After Leaked Draft Opinion Indicates Supreme Court Plans to Overturn Abortion Rights Ruling; Azovstal Steel Plant Evacuees Arrive in Zaporizhzhia; North Korea Fires Ballistic Missile into Sea. Aired 1-2a ET
• Republicans Focused On Investigating Supreme Court Leak; Mariupol Steel Plant Evacuees Arrive In Zaporizhizhia; Western Officials Warn Vladimir Putin May Ramp Up War Efforts Soon; Oklahoma Governor Signs Abortion Bill Modeled After Texas Law; Elderly Woman Survives Artillery Attack; Trump-Backed Vance Wins Ohio GOP Senate Primary; Protests in U.S. after Abortion Rights Draft Opinion Leak. Aired 12-1a ET
• LAPD Arrest, Charge Man Who Tackled Dave Chappelle At Hollywood Bowl; Ukraine Defense Ministry: Russia Carried Out 50 Strikes In Ukraine; Russia Makes Few Advances Despite Heavy Bombardments; Amber Heard Takes The Stand In Johnny Depp Defamation Trial. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• Fed Hikes Interest Rates By 0.5 Percent to Combat Inflation; Ukrainian Forces Retake Kharkiv Oblast Village of Molodova; Biden on Roe v. Wade Overturned: What Will Be Attacked Next? Aired 3-3:30p ET
• The Judge Overseeing Derek Chauvin's Federal Trial Just Accepted The Terms Of Chauvin's Guilty Plea; Day Six In The Manhunt For The Alabama Inmate And The Corrections Officer; CDC Forecast Shows That Covid Deaths And Hospitalizations Are Likely Going To Increase Over The Next Four Weeks. Aired 2:30-3p ET
• J.D. Vance Wins Ohio Senate Republican Primary; Mariupol Evacuation Efforts Continue; Federal Reserve Hikes Interest Rates Half-a-Point. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• Fighting Inflation; Interview with Professor of Economics and Public Policy at the University of Michigan Justin Wolfers; Armed Man Tackles Dave Chappelle Onstage; Prison Escape; Officer and Inmate, "Special Relationship"; Baby Formula Recall. Aired 1:30-2p ET
• Will Putin Officially Declare War on Ukraine?; Interview With Sen. Tammy Duckworth (D-IL); Mariupol Evacuation Efforts Continue. Aired 1-1:30p ET
• Source: 50 Buses Taken to Mairupol for Evacuations Were Left Empty, Not Used; Right Now: Heavy Fighting at Azovstal Steel Plant in Mariupol; Aired 10-10:30a ET
• Right Now, Heavy Fighting at Azovstal Steel Plant in Mariupol; Families of Americans Detained Abroad Protest at White House; Actress Amber Heard Could Take the Stand Today in Defamation Trial. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• Trump's DHS Altered Intel Report; Escaped Inmate and Corrections Officer had Relationship; Svitlana Zalishchuk is Interviewed about Sanctions; Chappelle Attacked on Stage. Aired 9:30- 10a ET
• Heavy Battles at Mariupol Plant; EU Proposes Ban on Oil; Vance Wins Ohio GOP Primary; Jeremy Pelzer is Interviewed about the Ohio Primary; Rachel Rebouche is Interviewed about Abortion Law. Aired 9- 9:30a ET


May 03, 2022
• Mariupol Residents Trapped At The Azovstal Steel Plant Escape The City; A Leaked Document From The U.S. Supreme Court Suggests The Supreme Court Could Overturn Roe v. Wade; Finland Considers Joining NATO; Finland And Sweden Considering NATO Membership; Funeral Director Describes Grief In Bucha; Chinese Authorities Work To Curb Rising COVID-19 Numbers; Scorching Heat In India, Pakistan; Judge Allows Depp-Heard Trial To Move Forward. Aired 2-3p ET
• Politico: Top Court Poised to Reverse Abortion Rights Ruling; Evacuation Efforts Stalled at Mariupol Steel Plant; Moschun Residents Return to Village Decimated by Russia; Officials: Putin Could Declare War on Ukraine May 9; Outrage Over Russian Foreign Minister's Hitler Remarks. Aired 4-4:30a ET
• Politico: U.S. Supreme Court Draft Opinion Would Overturn Abortion Rights Ruling Roe v. Wade; Evacuation Efforts Stalled at Mariupol Steel Plant; Officials: Putin Could Declare War on Ukraine May 9; Families Remember Loved Ones Killed in Irpin; Ohio Votes Today in Closely Watched Republican Senate Primary. Aired 4:30-5a ET
• Leaked Draft From Supreme Court Rattles Women; All Eyes On Russia On May 9th; Trapped Civilians Arrived In Zaporizhzhia; More Changes Expected To Happen In The Supreme Court; COVID-19 Cases May Rise In Summer; Live Patient Sent To Morgue; More Changes Expected To Happen In The Supreme Court; Roe v. Wade A Weighing Factor In The Midterms; Manhunt Underway In Alabama; Not All Ohio Candidates Got Trump's Endorsement. Aired 3-4a ET
• Politico: U.S. Supreme Court Draft Opinion Would Overturn Landmark 1973 Abortion Rights Ruling Roe. v. Wade; Ukraine Hopes To Resume Evacuations From Mariupol; Mayor: Russian Filtration Camps Set Up Around Mariupol. Aired 2-3a ET
• Leaked Draft Opinion Suggests Supreme Court May Overturn Roe Versus Wade; Ukraine Hopes To Evacuate More Civilians From Besieged Mariupol; Israel Outrage At Sergei Lavrov's Claim That Hitler Was Part Jewish. Aired 1-2a ET
• Politico: Supreme Court Draft Opinion Would Overturn Landmark 1973 Abortion Rights Ruling Roe V. Wade; Evacuation Efforts Stalled At Mariupol Steel Plant; Officials: Vladimir Putin Could Declare War On Ukraine May 9; ; Moschun Residents Return to Village Decimated by Russia; Manhunt Underway for Alabama Inmate, Corrections Officer. Aired 12-1a ET
• Supreme Court Poised To Strike Down Roe v. Wade In Draft Opinion; Oklahoma Criminalizes Performing Or Attempting To Perform Abortions; Interview With Alexis McGill Johnson, President and CEO, Planned Parenthood Federation Of America: Abortion Rights And The Next Elections. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• Supreme Court Poised To Strike Down Roe v. Wade In Draft Opinion; Biden Tours Plant Making Javelin Anti-Tank Missiles For Ukraine; Interview With Representative Pramila Jayapal (D-WA) About Supreme Court Draft Opinion On Abortion. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• Governors React To Supreme Court Draft That Strikes Down Roe v. Wade; U.S.: Putin May Declare "War" On Ukraine As Soon As May 9; Amanda Sloat, Special Assistant To President Biden, Discusses U.S. Intel Advising Putin May Declare On Ukraine By May 9. Aired 2:30-3p ET
• President Biden Vows To Protect What He Says Is A Woman's Fundamental Right To Choose; Several Large Explosions Heard Around Lviv; President Biden To Tour A Lockheed Martin Factory Producing Thousands Of Anti-Tank Missile Systems. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• Ohio Senate Race Becomes Early Test Of Trump Endorsement Power; Rep. Jan Schakowsky (D-IL) Discusses Supreme Court Overturn Of Roe v. Wade Leak; Explosions Heard In Lviv, Ukraine; Rise In COVID Cases Sparks Fears Of Summer Surge. Aired 1:30-2p ET
• Mariupol Evacuation Efforts Continue; Supreme Court Set to Strike Down Roe vs. Wade?. Aired 1-1:30p ET
• Supreme Court Draft Opinion Strikes Down Roe V. Wade; Biden Travels to Alabama to Visit Weapons-Making Facility; Former Journalist Turns Meme Into Fundraiser to Help Ukrainians. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• Draft Opinion That Would Strike Roe V. Wade Obtained By Politico in Stunning Breach of Supreme Court Protocol; Biden Issues Statement on Draft Opinion Overturning Roe V. Wade; Evacuees From Mariupol Arrive in Zaporizhzhia. Aired 10-10:30a ET
• Emily Wales is Interviewed about Planned Parenthood; Biden Releases Statement; evacuees Arrive from Azovstal; Warrant Out for Corrections Officer. Aired 9:30-10a
• Leaked Draft on Striking Down Roe v. Wade; Evacuations from Mariupol; Rep. Mikie Sherrill (D-NJ) is Interviewed about Ukraine. Aired 9-9:30a ET


May 02, 2022
• Some Citizens In War-Ravished Mariupol Finally Get A Chance To Leave; EU Energy Ministers Hold Emergency Talks; Israel Condemns Russian Claims About Hitler's Jewish Blood; UEFA Bans Russian Clubs, National Teams "Until Further Notice; Workers Struggle To Keep Up With Burials Of Mariupol Dead; Israel Condemns Russian Claims About Hitler's "Jewish Blood". Aired 2-3p ET
• Evacuation Convoy to Attempt to Leave Mariupol; Israel Summons Russian Ambassador Over Lavrov Comments; Ballet Dancers Return to the Stage in Lviv; Cubans March in Havana's Revolution Square Sunday; Authorities Searching for Missing Inmate, Officer; Severe Thunderstorms and Tornadoes Strike Central U.S. Aired 4:30-5a ET
• Evacuations from Mariupol Will Resume Today; Ukraine: 100+ Civilians Evacuated from Mariupol Steel Plant; UNHCR: Over 5.4 Million People Have Fled Ukraine; Ukrainian Soldier Dies After Being Captured by Russians; Shanghai Reports Dip in Daily COVID Deaths and Cases. Aired 4-4:30a ET
• U.N. and Red Cross Evacuated 100 Civilians from Mariupol; Russian Media Release Confusing News; Workers Celebrates Labor Day; Ramadan Ends Peacefully at Al-Aqsa Mosque; PM Narendra Modi Met with German Chancellor Scholz; Shanghai Ease Down Lockdowns; Mask Outdoors Now Lifted in South Korea; Speaker Pelosi Met with Polish President; Experts Warn of New COVID Surge. Aired 3-4a ET
• Civilians Evacuated from Mariupol; Clashes Erupt in Jerusalem at the End of Ramadan; Narendra Modi Visits Germany; Ballet Dancers Return To The Stage In Lviv; Shanghai Reports Dip In Daily COVID Deaths And Cases. Aired 2-2:45a ET
• Ukraine Wary of What Russia Plans in Transnistria; India's Response to Russia's War on Ukraine; Mother in Kyiv Describes Terrifying Experience; Push to Plant More Trees; Dozens Of Civilians Evacuated From Besieged Mariupol Steel Plant; Explosions Heard In Russia's Belgorod Region; Jill Biden To Travel To Romania And Slovakia On Mission To Support Ukrainian Refugees; As Beijing's COVID-19 Curbs Tighten, Hard-Hit Shanghai Sees Signs Of Life. Aired 1-2a ET
• Mariupol Evacuations Paused, to Resume Monday; Ukrainian Soldier Dies after Being Captured by Russians; Shanghai Reports Dip in Daily COVID Deaths and Cases; Long COVID May Remain a Chronic Condition for Millions; India's Modi and Germany's Scholz Set to Meet in Berlin; Ballet Dancers Return to the Stage in Lviv. Aired 12-12:45a ET
• Large Smoke Plume Seen Over Mariupol; Israel Slams Lavrov's Hitler Comments, Summons Ambassador; Interview with Rep. Pramila Jayapal (D-WA): Title 42 that Rejected Migrants at Border Set to Expire, Canceling Student Debt; Judge to Decide if Survivors' Reparations Case Goes to Trial. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• Officer Inside Mariupol Plant: Evacuations Did Not Happen; U.S. Official: Intel Reports That Russia Will Try To Annex Donetsk And Luhansk By "Mid-May"; Grand Jury Selected In Georgia Probe Of Trump Election Interference. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• GOP Primary To Test Trump's Endorsement Power; GOP's Perdue & Kemp Square Off At Continuous Debates; Poll: Voters Trust GOP More Than Dems On Economy, Inflation, Crime; Maksym Borodin, Mariupol City Council Deputy, Discusses Mariupol Evacuations Amid Russian "Obstacles"; U.S. Warned To Prepare For Summer Surge Of Cases In The South. Aired 2:30-3p ET
• Search Continues For Corrections Officer Who Fled With Inmate; Race to Evacuate Mariupol. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• Warrant Issued For Deputy Allegedly Involved In Inmate's Escape; Interview With Sheriff Rick Singleton, Lauderdale County, AL, Sheriff's Department; Former U.S. Special Forces Soldier Discusses Training Ukrainians; U.S. On Track To Recover All Jobs Lost To Pandemic By August. Aired 1:30-2p ET
• Search Continues For Corrections Officer Who Fled With Inmate; Special Grand Jury Selected in Georgia Trump Investigation; Race to Evacuate Mariupol. Aired 1-1:30p ET
• Large Fires Break Out at Russian Military Installation in Belgorod; Special Grand Jury Selection Begins in Georgia Trump Investigation; Judge to Decide If Survivors' Reparations Case Goes to Trial. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• Happening Now, Civilian Evacuations Out of Mariupol Underway; U.S Embassy in Ukraine Hopes to Return to Kyiv by End of May; Democrats Look to Salvage Senate Majority. Aired 10-10:30a ET
• Maria Avdeeva is Interviewed about Kharkiv's Damage; Manhunt for Inmate and Corrections Officer; Israel Summons Russian Ambassador. Aired 9:30-10a ET


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