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July 30, 2022


July 29, 2022
• U.S. GDP Down 0.9 Percent in Second Quarter of 2022; U.S. Bill to Boost Semiconductor Production Set to Become Law; Final Details Being Worked Out on Ukraine Grain Exports; Russian Strikes Hit Kharkiv City Center; Trump Under Fire for Hosting Saudi-Backed Golf Event. Aired 4:30-5a ET
• A Least 8 Dead from Widespread Flooding in Kentucky; January 6th Panel Interviewing Trump-Era Cabinet Officials; Xi on Taiwan: If You Play with Fire, You Get Burned; Pentagon Preparing for Possible Pelosi Visit to Taiwan; New York State, San Francisco Raise Alert Levels on Monkeypox Outbreak. Aired 4-4:30a ET
• U.S. and China's Leader Spoke Over Pressing Issues; President Xi Jinping Warns U.S. Over Taiwan; Speaker Pelosi's Visit Could Worsen U.S.-China Tension; Relentless Missile Attacks Continue in Ukraine; Ukrainian Farmers Keep Their Fingers Crossed; Heavy Rain Inundated Kentucky; Not Everyone Welcomes the Pope's Visit; Mixed Reaction in Stocks Over Fears of Recession; Kremlin Ignores Prisoner Swap Offer by U.S.; Monkeypox Raises Concern in U.S. Cities; Food Supplies at risk in Haiti; Donald Trump Criticized for Hosting LIV Golf. Aired 3-4a ET
• U.S., China Exchange Threats Over Taiwan; Russia's War on Ukraine Continues; Ukrainians Struggle to Rebuild their Lives; Deadly Flooding in Kentucky Leaves People Dead; U.S. Markets Close Up More Than 1 Percent Thursday; Pope Francis To Visit Nunavut, Canada As He Wraps Up Trip; Dead Spider Turned Into Roots That Can Grip Objects. Aired 2-3a ET
• Biden & Xi Talk as Pelosi Weighs Visit to Taiwan; Pentagon Preparing for Possible Pelosi Visit to Taiwan; Ukrainian Farmers Await Resumption of Grain Exports; Reaction to Pope's Historic Visit and Apology Tour; New Tensions in Port-au-Prince Spark Fear of Prison Break; Russian Arms Dealer at Center of Prisoner Exchange Offer; U.S. GDP Down 0.9% in Second Quarter of 2022; U.S. Bill to Boost Semiconductor Production Set to Become Law; Low Monkeypox Testing Numbers in U.S.; Trump Under Fire for Hosting Saudi-Backed Golf Event. Aired 1-2a ET
• Biden & Xi Speak By Phone For More Than Two Hours; Pentagon Preparing For Possible Pelosi Visit To Taiwan; Ukrainians In Liberated Town Struggle To Rebuild Their Lives; U.N.: Final Details Being Worked Out On Ukraine Grain Exports; U.S. GDP Down 0.9 Percent In Second Quarter Of 2022; Pope Apologizes For Church Sex Abuse Of Minors In Canada; New Tensions In Port-au-Prince Spark Fear Of Prison Break; Russian Arms Dealer At Center Of Prisoner Exchange Offer; France's Macron Hosts Saudi Crown Prince; Stenson Addresses Ryder Cup Removal After Joining LIV; Sebastian Vettel To Retire At End Of 2022 Season. Aired 12-1a ET
• Kushner Details West Wing War And Toxic Bannon In New Book; Manchin-Schumer Agreement Resurrects Biden's Climate, Energy Tax Agenda; Robb Elementary Principal Returns To Work After Brief Suspension; Justice Alito Mocks Foreign Critics Of Decision To Overturn Roe. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• Russian Officials Requested Second Convict In Response To U.S. Prisoner Swap; At Least 16 Dead In Kentucky Floods, Death Toll Expected To Rise; Pelosi Leaving Today For Asia, But Taiwan Stop Still Uncertain; $1.28 Billion Dollar Lottery Jackpot Drawing Tonight; Kushner Details West Wing "War" With "Toxic" Bannon In New Book. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• 9/11 Families Condemn Saudi-Backed LIV Golf Event At Trump Resort; San Francisco Declares Monekeypox Public Health Emergency As Cases Nearly Double; Will Smith Addresses Infamous Oscars Slap In New Video; Beyonce Drops Long-Awaited Seventh Solo Album Overnight After Leak. Aired 2:30-3p ET
• More Missing Texts, This Time From Trump DHS Officials, Raise New January 6 Questions; At Least 16 Killed In Catastrophic Kentucky Flooding; 9/11 Families Slam Saudi-Backed LIV Golf Tournament In New Jersey. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• GOP Blocks Burn Pit Bill Aimed At Helping Veterans; Justice Alito Mocks Foreign Critics Of Roe v. Wade Decision; Sotomayor, Coney Barrett Appear Together For Public Talk, Call For Civility; 9/11 Families Condemn Saudi-Backed LIV Golf Event At Trump Resort; Oil Companies See Major Profits As Drivers Feel Pain At The Pump; In Less Than 10 Hours, Someone Could Win $1.28 Billion Mega Millions Lottery. Aired 1:30-2p ET
• Republicans Block Health Care Bill For Veterans; Efforts Continue To Free Americans Held In Russia; More Missing Text Messages In January 6 Investigation; San Francisco Declares Monkeypox Public Health Emergency; At Least 16 Killed In Kentucky Flooding. Aired 1- 1:30p ET
• Legal Fights Over Abortion Bans, Other Laws Underway In 17 States; Interview With Sen. Ron Wyden (D-OR) About Saudi Arabia; What Are The Odds Of Winning Mega Millions $1.1 Billion Jackpot. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• DOJ Ready For Court Fight To Force Ex-Officials To Testify About Trump; Jared Kushner Details West Wing Fight With Steve Bannon In New Book; Interview With Sen. Tammy Baldwin (D-WI) About Bipartisan Deals Negotiations; Kevin McCarthy Says He Doesn't Recall January 6th Call With Cassidy Hutchinson; San Francisco Declares Public Health Emergency For Monkeypox. Aired 10-10:30a ET
• San Francisco Declares Public Health Emergency; Variant- Specific Boosters In September; Jane Harman Is Interviewed About Pelosi And Xi's Warning; Trump Criticized For Hosting Liv Golf; Alito Mocks Foreign Critics. Aired 9:30-10a ET
• DOJ Ready For Court Fight; Mcconnell And Mccarthy At Odds Over Deals; Flooding In Kentucky; Jerry Stacy Is Interviewed About Flooding In Kentucky. Aired 9-9:30a ET


July 28, 2022
• Explosions Heard in Multiple Ukrainian Cities; Ukraine Makes Preparations to Begin Grain Exports; Uvalde School Principal Breaks Silence on Mass Shooting; Costco Hot Dogs an Inflation-Proof Draw for Customers. Aired 4:30-5a ET
• Biden Faces Moments of Truth on U.S. Economy, Foreign Policy; Biden Administration Offers Russian Arms Dealer for Griner and Whelan; Biden, Xi to Speak Ahead of Pelosi's Taiwan Trip; Justice Department Probes Trump's Efforts to Overturn Election; U.S. Federal Reserve Hikes Interest Rates 3/4 Percent Point; Manchin Agrees to Back Climate, Health Care Bill; High Temperatures Fueling Fires and Heat Sickness in U.S. Aired 4-4:30a ET
• U.S. Negotiating a Prisoner Swap to Russia; Secretary Blinken Will Have Phone Call with Sergey Lavrov; Ukrainians Countering Russian Attacks; Countries Waiting for Ukraine's Grain; Beijing Rattled by Potential Visit by Speaker Pelosi to Taiwan. Aired 3-4a ET
• Biden And Xi To Speak Amid Taiwan Tensions; Biden Administration Offers Russian Arms Dealer For Griner And Whelan; Blinken And Lavrov To Speak For First Time Since Ukraine War; After New Premier Was Named, Protest Erupted in Iraq; Federal Reserve Hikes Interest Rates, U.S. Stocks Soar; Pope Francis' "Pilgrimage of Penance" in Canada; Pres. Biden Back to Work After Negative COVID Test; Monkeypox Outbreak 2022. Aired 2-3a ET
• Biden Offers Convicted Russian Arms Dealer In Exchange For Brittney Griner And Paul Whelan; Ukraine Targets Key Russian-Held Bridge In Kherson; Russia Cuts Gas Through Nord Stream 1 to 20 Percent Of Capacity; Pentagon Preparing In Case Pelosi Travels To Taiwan; House Jan. 6 Committee In Discussions With Mike Pompeo For Testimony; Iraqi Protesters Storm Green Zone To Reject Nomination Of New Premier. Aired 1-2a ET
• Biden Admin. Offers Russian Arms Dealer For Griner And Whelan; Ukraine Targets Key Bridge To Resupply Russian Forces; Biden, Xi To Talk Ahead Of Pelosi's Possible Taiwan Trip; Bringing U.S. Inflation Under Control; U.S. Stocks Soar After Fed Hikes Interest Rates; Pope Francis Meets Canadian Leaders. Aired 12-1a ET
• HHS Announces 786K Additional Doses of Monkeypox Vaccine; Biden Voters Hope for Democratic Alternative on 2024 Ticket; This Week on "UNITED SHADES OF AMERICA" California is Burning; Chris Rock Talks About Will Smith Attack, Says I'm Not a Victim. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• DOJ Asking Questions About Trump's Actions Around Jan. 6; Fed Hikes Interest Rates By Another 0.75 Percent In Historic Move; House Lawmakers Question Top Gun-Makers About Role In Gun Violence. Aired 3- 3:30p ET
• CNN Poll: Most Americans Believe Overturning Of Roe v. Wade Will Have Negative Impact On Nation; Biden Speaks On Economy With CEOs Amid Recession Fears; Kremlin's Lack Of Meaningful Response To Prisoner-Swap Frustrates White House; Interview With David Whelan, Brother Of Russian Prisoner Paul Whelan; At Least Three Dead In Dangerous Flash Flooding In Eastern Kentucky. Aired 2:30-3p ET
• January 6 Committee Interviewing Trump Cabinet Members; Biden Urges Congress to Pass Inflation Reduction Act. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• Jan. 6th Committee Showing Increased Interest In Trump's Cabinet; Treasury Secretary Speaks On State Of Economy; Biden, Chinese President Speak As Tensions Rise Over Possible Pelosi Trip To Taiwan; North Koreaa: Fully Prepared To Mobilize "Nuclear Deterrence"; Kremlin's Lack Of Meaningful Response To Prisoner-Swap Deal Frustrates White House. Aired 1:30-2p ET
• January 6 Committee Interviewing Trump Cabinet; President Biden Delivers Address on Inflation Reduction Act. Aired 1-1:30p ET
• Biden Administration Offers to Exchange Russian Arms Dealer for Griner, Whelan; Former Treasury Secretary Mnuchin Interviewed by January 6 Committee; People Missing, Waiting for Rescue After Catastrophic Flooding in Kentucky. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• Biden, Chinese President Xi Speaks as Tensions Grow Over Taiwan; Sen. Joe Manchin (D-WV), Sen. Chuck Schumer (D-NY) Make a Deal on Health and Energy Bill; U.S. GDP Drops for Second Quarter in a Row, Deepening Recession Fears. Aired 10-10:30a ET
• Manchin Makes Major Reversal; Pompeo Could be Deposed by January 6th Committee; Principal in Uvalde Defends Security. Aired 9:30-10a ET
• U.S. GDP Drops; Kai Ryssdal is Interviewed about the Economy; Biden and Xi Speak in Call; U.S. Offers Prisoner Exchange for Griner and Whelan; Terri Jackson is Interviewed about Griner. Aired 9-9:30a ET


July 27, 2022
• Trump Repeats False Election Claims as He Eyes 2024 Bid; Ukraine: Russia Launches New Strikes Against Key Cities; Ukraine Trying to Claw Back Land in South, Retake Kherson; Pope's Apology Falls Short, Indigenous Leaders Say; China Vows Forceful Measures if Pelosi Goes to Taiwan. Aired 4:30-5a ET
• Recession Fears Changing U.S. Consumer Habits; U.S. Attorney General Does Not Rule Out Charging Trump; U.S. Basketball Star Brittney Griner to Testify Today; Hundreds Rescued After Torrential Rains Slams Missouri. Aired 4-4:30a ET
• E.U. Countries to Ration its Energy Supply; Europeans Hope to Have a Warmer Winter; More Russian Troops Crosses Northern Ukraine; Ukrainians Hit Key Bridge to Russians; Bad Memories Can't be Deleted by Simple Apology; House Speaker Pelosi Looking to Visit Taiwan. Aired 3-4a ET
• Europe Agrees To Gas Rationing As Russia Cuts Supply; U.S. Official: Russian Gas Cuts "Our Biggest Concern"; Ukraine: Russia Launches New Strikes Against Key Cities; Europe Battles Wildfires; Interest Rate Increase Expected from U.S. Federal Reserve; Top Economies Stagnate, IMF Lowers Global Projection; Russia's War on Ukraine; Russia Intends to Leave ISS; Winston Churchill Award Presented to Zelenskyy; OBGYN Provided Abortion to 10-Year-Old Rape Victim Feels Harassed; Interview with Assistant Professor of Pediatrics, WNBA Brittney Griner to Testify on Drug Trial in Russia; DOJ Investigating Trump's Actions on January 6. Aired 2-3a ET
• EU Energy Ministers Agree To Voluntary Gas Rationing; IMF Downgrades Global Forecast As Top Economies Stall; Pope Acknowledges Indigenous Suffering During Mass. Aired 1-2a ET
• E.U. Plan Meant To Offset Cuts In Russian Gas Supplies; Ukraine Trying To Claw Back Land In South, Retake Kherson; Officials Try To Convince Nancy Pelosi Of Risks Of Taiwan Trip; Donald Trump Repeats False Election Claims, Slams January 6 Committee; IMF Downgrades Global Forecast As Top Economies Stall. Aired 12-1a ET
• Dem Looking To String Congressional Wins After Legislative Failures; Doctors Advise Looking For Monkeypox Cases Outside LGBTQ Population; Indiana AG Investigating Doctor Who Provide Abortion Services For 10-Year-Old Ohio Rape Victim. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• DOJ Asking Questions About Trump's Actions Around Jan. 6; Fed Hikes Interest Rates By Another 0.75 Percent In Historic Move; House Lawmakers Question Top Gun-Makers About Role In Gun Violence Aired 3- 3:30p ET
• WNBA Star Brittney Griner Testifies In Russian Drug Smuggling Trial; Biden Administration Offers Russian Arms Dealer In Potential Exchange Deal For Griner, Whelan; Biden Voters Voice "Disappointment" Ahead Of Midterms. Aired 2:30-3p ET
• Justice Department Examining Trump's Role in January 6?; Interview With Former Labor Secretary Robert Reich; Federal Reserve Raises Interest Rates. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• Brittney Griner Testifies, Faces Questions In Russian Court; Biden Out Of COVID Isolation, Says He's "Feeling Great"; Decision On Whether To Support Trump Splits GOP; Officials Lay Out Risks Of Pelosi's Potential Taiwan Trip. Aired 1:30-2p ET
• Justice Department Examining Trump's Role in January 6?; Interview With Council of Economic Advisers Chair Cecilia Rouse; Federal Reserve Set to Raise Interest Rates. Aired 1-1:30p ET
• Lawmakers Urge Biden to Declare National Climate Emergency; Families Struggle to Make Ends Meet Amid Rising Costs; Turpin Siblings File Lawsuit Alleging Severe Abuse in Foster Care. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• DOJ Asking Questions About Trump's Actions Around January 6; Today, Fed Expected to Make Aggressive Rate Hike; Americans' Views on Democracy Largely Unchanged After January 6 Hearings. Aired 10-10:30a ET
• Rep. Carolyn Maloney (D-NY) is Interviewed about Gun Legislation; Griner Testifies in Russia; Labeling GOP as Extremists; Torrential Rain Slams Missouri; Firefighters Battle Oak Fire. Aired 9:30-10a
• DOJ Asks about Trump's Actions Around January 6th; Fred Expected to Hike Rates; Pelosi's Potential Trip to Taiwan. Aired 9- 9:30a ET


July 26, 2022
• CNN Speaks to Republican Voters Ahead of Arizona Primary; Odinga Pulls Out of Presidential Debate Against Ruto; New Constitution set to Pass Amid Low Turnout in Tunisia; Pope Apologizes to Indigenous Canadians and Asks for Forgiveness. Aired 4:30-5a ET
• Former Top Pence Aides Speak with Grand Jury; Wildfire Near Yosemite Burns 17,000+ Acres; Scorching Heat Expected in Parts of U.S. Today; Hearing for U.S. Basketball Star Brittney Griner Underway; Russia's Gazprom to Slow Gas Delivers to Europe. Aired 4-4:30a ET
• Russians Have No Word of Honor; Europe Facing Energy Crisis; Apologies Taken but Words Are Not Enough; Brittney Griner's Fate Undetermined; Violence in Haiti Becomes Worse; Fires Raging Near Czech-German Border; Residents and Tourists Tries to Escape China's Heat Wave; No Permanent Friends in Politics; U.N. Condemns Execution of Activists in Myanmar; Tunisian President Wants to Have More Powers; Liz Truss Leading Against Rishi Sunak in Polls. Aired 3-4a ET
• Ukraine To Export Grain Despite Russia's Port Strike; Plan B Is To Export Grain By Train, Truck And River; Russia's Gazprom To Slow Gas Deliveries To Europe; Execution of Pro-Democracy Activists by Myanmar Junta; UN Secretary-General Requests Junta Prisoners Be Freed; Interview with U.S. Special Rapporteur on Myanmar Tom Andrews; Voters in Tunisia Support the New Constitution; David Trimble Dies; The Race for Downing Street; Truss, Sunak First Debate; UK to Host Eurovision; Heat Alert in the U.S.; Relationship Between Rising Crime and Temperatures; Interview with Vice President Triage Response Team at the Center for Policing Equity Hans Menos; Interview with Former Incident Commander In Ferguson, Missouri State Highway Patrol Ret. Capt. Ron Johnson; Yosemite National Park Threatened by 'Unprecedented' Wildfire. Aired 2-3a ET
• Advance U.S.-Supplied Rocket Systems Helping Ukraine; Lavrov Defends Odesa Attack During Africa Tour; Pope Asks for Forgiveness from Canada's Indigenous People; At Least 471 people Killed, Injured or Missing in Haiti; International Leaders Condemn Junta for Executions; Wildfire Near Yosemite Burns 17,000-plus Acres; China Grapples with COVID Surge and Scorching Heat Wave; Monkeypox Outbreak; Equality in Swimming; Swarms of Jellyfish Push Swimmers Away from Israeli Coast. Aired 1-2a ET
• Guarded Hopes That Contentious Grain Deal Will Hold On Ukraine; Advanced U.S.-Supplied Rocket Systems Helping Ukraine; Pope Francis Asks For Forgiveness From Canada's Indigenous People. U.N.: At Least 471 People Killed, Injured Or Missing. Aired 12-1a ET
• Senator Elizabeth Warren Demands Airlines Crackdown Amid Travel Chaos; White Christian Nationalist Movement Growing in U.S.; Top Democrats Call for Inspector General to Recuse in Secret Service Texts Probe. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• Trump Back In D.C. For First Time Since He Left White House, Amid Widening Justice Department Probe Of Capitol Riot; Chief Justice Roberts Privately Lobbied To Save Abortion Rights; Russia Says It Will Quit The International Space Station After 2024. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• WNBA Star Returns To Russian Courtroom With Fate In Balance; Rep. Colin Allred (D-TX) Discusses Brittney Griner, Texas Gov. Abbott's Falling Poll Numbers, Trump Back In DC 1st Time Since Left White House; Biden Admin Working To Convince Pelosi Of Taiwan Travel Risks; GOP Congressman Attends Gay Son's Wedding After Opposing Protections For Same-Sex Marriage; Marc Short Hits Back At Matt Gaetz Over Remarks About Pence. Aired 2:30-3p ET
• Trump vs. Pence?; Justice Department Widening January 6 Probe?; U.S. Economic Outlook. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• White House Expected To Appoint Monkeypox Coordinator; New York Man Describes Monkeypox Experience; China Warns U.S. To Cancel Proposed Taiwan Visit By Nancy Pelosi; Sen. Coons Says Russian Invasion May Prompt China To Act On Taiwan, Gen. Milley Says China Becoming More Aggressive; Missile Strikes In Odessa, Mykolaiv Raises Concerns Over Grain Deal; St. Louis Shatters Single-Day Rainfall Record With Eight-Plus Inches; Russia Says It'll Withdraw From International Space Station In 2024. Aired 1:30-2p ET
• White House Expected to Appoint Monkeypox Coordinator; New Information Emerges on Supreme Court Chief Justice's Efforts to Prevent Overturning of Roe v. Wade; Inflation Frustration. Aired 1- 1:30p ET
• 165-Plus Congressional, Government Agency Staffers Demand Biden Take Action On Climate; U.S. Lawmakers Meet With President Zelenskyy In Ukraine; Joint Coordination Center Says Ukrainian Grain Exports To Begin Tomorrow; China Reiterates Warning To Taiwan That Pursuing Independence Is A "Dead-End Path"; Official: Russia To Withdraw From International Space Station. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• Key Economic Data Released During Critical Week for U.S Economy; Former Pence Chief of Staff Testified Before Grand Jury in DOJ Probe; Today, Trump Back in D.C. for First Time Since He Left White House. Aired 10-10:30a ET
• White House to Name Monkeypox Coordinator; Chief Justice Roberts Privately Lobbied To Save Abortion Rights; Official To Putin: Russia Space Agency To Withdraw From International Space Station Project After 2024; Former Ukrainian President Calls To Cut Off Russia Economically. Aired 9:30-10a ET
• Former Pence Chief Of Staff Testified Before Grand Jury In DOJ Probe; Both Trump And Pence To Speak In D.C. Today At Different Events; Cars Submerged, Rescues Underway As St. Louis Faces Historic Flooding; California's Oak Fire Scorches Over 17,000 Acres; White House To Name Monkeypox Coordinator. Aired 9-9:30a ET


July 25, 2022
• 67 Chinese Cities and Counties Under Highest Heat Warning; FBI Raises Alarm About Presence of Huawei Equipment in U.S.; Japan's Sakurajima Volcano Erupts, Prompting Evacuations; Pope Arrives in Canada to Apologize to Indigenous Groups; Iraq Tries to Protect Date Palms and Changing Climate. Aired 4:30-5a ET
• Nearly 50 Million Americans Under Heat Alerts Today; Wildfire Near Yosemite Forces Thousands from Homes; Scorching Temperature in Europe Amid Record Heat Wave; Doctor: Joe Biden's Covid Symptoms Continue to Improve; Russian Missiles Strike Odesa Port After Grain Export Deal; Moscow Seeks Support in Africa Amid Grain Export Concerns. Aired 4-4:30a ET
• Heat Wave Whipping the Globe; Pope Francis Brings Message of Peace to Indigenous People; Hard to Trust Russia's Words; POTUS' Health is Improving; Global Community Fights Simultaneous Health Threats; Haitian Migrants Found Dead Off the Bahamas; FBI Raises Alarm About Presence of Huawei Equipment in U.S.; Odesa Ballet Continues Performances Despite War; Denmark's Jonas Vingegaard Wins Title in Paris. Aired 3-4a ET
• Record Breaking Heatwave in the U.S; China and Europe Also Experiencing Wildfires and Extreme Heat; Russia and Ukraine Reach Grain Deal. Aired 2-3a ET
• Russia Fires Missiles At Odesa Port Hours After Signing Grain Export Deal; Pope Francis Arrives In Canada On Apology Mission; Massive Wildfire In California Forces Thousands To Evacuate; Wildfires Rage In Greece, Spain And Italy As Heatwave Moves Across Europe; At Least 17 Haitian Migrants Found Dead Off Bahamas coast. Aired 1-2a ET
• Ukraine Says It Intends to Abide by Grain Export Plan; 67 Chinese Cities & Counties Under Highest Heat Warning; Pope Arrives in Canada to Apologize to Indigenous Groups; Wildfire Near Yosemite Forces Thousands from Homes; U.S. Mulls Declaring Monkeypox a Public Health Emergency; Japan's Sakurajima Volcano Erupts. Aired 12-1a ET
• Biden's Doctor: COVID Symptoms Almost Completely Resolved; Miami-Dade School Board Reverses Decision Amid Uproar Over Sex Ed Textbooks; NYC Pastor, Wife Robbed Of $1 Million Of Jewelry At Gunpoint During Sermon. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• VP Harris to Discuss Reproductive Rights with Lawmakers in Indiana; State Rep. Cherrish Pryor (D-IN) Discusses About the Special Session to Consider New Law Banning Abortion; GA Investigation into Trump Election Interference Hits Snag; Grand Jury to Hear from GA Gov. Kemp in Fulton Co. Trump Probe. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• Police Shoot Woman They Say Opened Fire Inside Dallas Love Airport; Biden's Doctor; COVID Symptoms "Almost Completely Resolved"; Mother Identified Son As One Of 2 Americans Dead In Donbass; Interview With Heather Boushey, Member, White House Council Of Economic Advisers. Aired 2:30-3p ET
• Police Shoot Woman in Dallas Airport; Heat Wave; January 6 Committee Releases New Evidence; Economic Outlook;. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• Woman Shot By Police Inside Dallas Love Airport After Opening Fire Inside Airport; Pope Apologizes To Indigenous Canadian Abuse Survivors; U.S. Assessing Whether To Declare Monkeypox Outbreak A Public Health Emergency; Sixth Co-Defendant In Central Park Jogger Case To Be Exonerated. Aired 1:30-2p ET
• Food Bank Demand Rising; Economic Outlook; Georgia Election Investigation. Aired 1-1:30p ET
• U.S. Debating Whether to Declare Monkeypox Public Health Emergency; Ukrainian Officials Say, We'll be Ready to Start Grain Exports This Week; Pope in Canada to Apologize for Church's Abuse of Indigenous Children. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• GOP Looks for New 2024 Candidates Amid Growing Fears of Trump Run; Oak Fire in California Tears Through 16,000-Plus Acres; Food Banks Face Skyrocketing Demand Amid Inflation. Aired 10-10:30a ET
• Indiana Lawmakers Consumer Abortion Ban; Dr. Tracey Wilkinson is Interviewed about Abortion in Indiana; Petro Poroshenko is Interviewed about the War with Russia. Aired 9:30-10a
• Oak Fire rages in California; Northeast Swelters from Heave Wave; Consequential Days for U.S. Economy; GOP Looks for New 2024 Candidates. Aired 9-9:30a ET


July 24, 2022
• Russia's War On Ukraine; Monkeypox Outbreak; Coronavirus Pandemic; Extreme Weather; Chaos At Port Of Dover. Aired 5-6a ET
• Russia's War On Ukraine; Extreme Weather; Monkeypox Outbreak; Uvalde School Shooting; Europe And Russia Work Together On ISS. Aired 4-5a ET
• Russia's War On Ukraine; Extreme Weather; Monkeypox Outbreak; Coronavirus Pandemic; Reproductive Rights; Monarchs At Risk Of Extinction. Aired 3-4a ET
• Out Of Control Oak Fire Devastating Mariposa County In California; One Person Dead From Heat Exposure In New York City; President Biden Only Has Sore Throat As Predominant Symptom; Election Deniers On The Ballot This Midterm; What's Next For The January 6th Committee; Seventeen Haitian Migrants Dead After Boat Capsizes Off The Bahamas. Aired 7-8p ET
• More Than 900 Million Under Heat Advisories And Warnings Across The U.S.; Out-Of-Control Oak Fire Burns Thousands Of Acres Near Yosemite; President Biden Continues To Improve From COVID Diagnosis; FBI Probe Findings Raise Chinese Espionage Concerns; Pope Francis In Canada For Weeklong Penitential Pilgrimage; Record Rents Force Many To Crunch Numbers Of Home Ownership; Women Having Miscarriages Could Suffer Under New Laws. Aired 6-7p ET
• Donald Trump To Run Again For The Oval Office?; California Oak Fire Still Not Contained; A Video Clip Of Senator Josh Hawley Shows He Is Running Away From Rioters; A Recession Alarm In Wall Street; Politics In Texas And The Influence Of Billionaires. Aired 5-6p ET
• Trump Gets Hype Video, Pyrotechnics At GOP Event Despite Jan. 6 Hearings; All-Female Crew Tracks Great Whites Off South Africa's Coast; WHO Declares Rapidly Spreading Virus A Public Health Emergency; White House Doctor Says Biden Continues To Improve After Contracting COVID-19; America's CEOs And The Job Market. Aired 4-5p ET
• Ninety Million Under Heat Advisories And Warnings Across The US; Cheney: Fully Prepared To Contemplate Subpoenaing Ginni Thomas; Trump And Pence Test Rivalry With Arizona Governor's Race. Aired 3-4p ET
• Insurrection Investigation; White House Weighing Whether To Declare Monkeypox A Public Health Emergency; Biden's Condition Continues To Improve; Out Of Control Oak Fire Burns Over 14,000 Acres Near Yosemite; 90M-Plus Under Heat Advisories And Warnings Across U.S.; Police Probe Violent Arrest Of Black Man In Tennessee; FBI: Chinese Made Cell Phone Gear Cold Disrupt U.S. Nuclear Arsenal; Trump's Media Ally Calls Him "Unworthy To Be Chief Executive Again". Aired 2-3p ET


July 23, 2022
• Agreement Reached To Reopen Ukrainian Ports For Grain Exports; Steve Bannon Found Guilty In Jan. 6 Contempt Of Congress Trial; Secret Service Identified Potential Missing Text Messages On Phones Of 10 Individuals; Trump, Pence Campaign For Opposing AZ Governor Candidates; Scorching Temperatures Rocking Massive Swaths Of The U.S.; Italian Climate Activists Glue Their Hands To A Botticelli Painting; Biden Improving But Taking Additional Medication To Treat COVID. Aired 5-6a ET
• Agreement Reached To Reopen Ukraine's Ports For Grain Exports; Skyrocketing Prices Leading To More Civil Unrest; U.S. Secret Service Scrutinizing Phones Of Ten Agents; Ex-Insiders Detailed Trump's Refusal To Stop Capitol Riot. Aired 4-5a ET
• Agreement Reached to Reopen Ukraine's Ports for Grain Exports; Trump Ally Steve Bannon Guilty of Contempt of Congress; Soaring Temperatures Across Europe, U.S.; Ex-Insiders Detailed Trump's Refusal to Stop Capitol Riot; Secret Service Scrutinizing Phones of Ten Agents; Ukrainians Crowdsource $20M to Buy Turkish Drones. Aired 3-4a ET
• Boston Triathlon Postponed, NYC's Shortened Due To Extreme Heat; WH Doctor: Biden's COVID Symptoms "Continue To Improve"; TN Man Chased & Beaten By Officers In Home After Failed Traffic Stop; Suspect In Rep. Zeldin Attack Arrested On Federal Charge; Sources: Secret Service Identifies Potential Missing Texts On Phones Of 10 Individuals; Rep. Kinzinger Says 1/6 Committee Proved Trump Should Be Charged & A.G. Garland Says "No One Is Above The Law"; Yesterday, Jury Found Steve Bannon Guilty. Aired 8-9p ET
• White House Official Says, Biden Is Feeling Pretty Well; Record-Breaking Temps Expected In Several Cities This Weekend; FCC Cracking Down On Annoying Auto Warranty Robocalls; White House Touts Gas Prices Amid Inflation, Recession Concerns; Trump Pence Stump For Rival Candidates In Arizona; Center For Democracy And Journalism And Citizenship. Aired 7-8p ET
• More Than Eighty-Five Million Under Heat Alerts Across Central U.S. And Northeast; White House Doctor: Biden's COVID Symptoms Continue To Improve; Tennessee Officers Chase, Beat Man In Home After Failed Traffic Stop; Bipartisan Deal Would Make It Harder To Overturn Elections; Sen. Ben Cardin (D-MD) Discusses The Standard For Determining The Winner Of The Election; Uvalde Cancels Vote On School Police Chief's Job Status; Air Travel Numbers Approach Pre-Pandemic Levels. Aired 6-7p ET
• Suspected Attacker Of GOP Rep. Lee Zeldin Appears In Court; U.S. Secret Services Identifies Potential Missing Texts On 10 Phones; Steve Bannon Guilty Of Contempt Of Congress; Eighty-Five Million Under Heat Alerts Across Central U.S. And Northeast; Greenland Ice Melting Rapidly Due To High Temperatures; Vince McMahon Retires From WWE Amid Hush Money Allegations; Texas Woman Forced To Carry Dead Fetus For Two Weeks. Aired 5-6p ET


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