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January 04, 2023

January 03, 2023

January 02, 2023
• First Black Woman justice in Michigan; Complaints and Cancellations up Across Airline Industry; Family Makes it to NHL Winter Classic. Aired 8:30-9a ET
• Kinzinger Fears for Country's Future if Trump is Not Charged; Once in a Century Floor Fight Looms with McCarthy Lacking Votes; Interview with Former Student of Suspect Arrested in Quadruple Murder of University of Idaho Students; Records Flooding Hits Parts of Northern California; Harry, Duke of Sussex, Gives Interview on His Current Relations with U.K. Royal Family. Aired 8-8:30a ET
• Russia Launches New Wave Of "Terror" Over Ukraine In New Year; Michigan Governor Whitmer Sworn In For Second Term; Kids Going Viral Pranking Parents With Fake Celebrity Deaths. Aired 7:30-8a ET
• Time Running Out For McCarthy As He Fails To Secure Speaker Votes; Biden To Promote Bipartisanship As He Returns To Changed D.C.; CNN: Suspect In NYPD Machete Attack Expressed Desire To Join Taliban; Suspect To Appear In Court, Waive Extradition Hearing; Airline Industry Looks To Recover Today After Meltdown; Veteran GOP Lawmakers: Santos Should Consider Resigning Over Lies. Aired 7-7:30a ET
• Bolsonaro Flees to Florida; Roberts Raises Safety Concerns; Rolling Stone Sparks Debate. Aired 6:30-7a ET
• Suspect in NYPD Machete Attack Expressed Desire to Join Taliban; Hard-liners Still Not Sold on McCarthy; Idaho Stabbings Suspect to Waive Extradition Hearing; Study: Staying Hydrated Lowers Risk for Disease, Early Death; Pope Benedict's Body Lying in State at Vatican. Aired 6-6:30a ET

January 01, 2023

December 31, 2022

December 30, 2022
• Denver Airport to Conduct Airline Reviews Amid Cancellations. Warwick Reflects on Confronting Racism and Raising Awareness for AIDS Education. New Year's Resolution: How Americans View "Dry January". Rolling Stone Releases New "500 Greatest Albums of All Time" Book. Aired 8:30-9a ET
• House Ways and Means Committee to Make Public Six Years of Former President Trump's Tax Records; New Transcripts Released of Testimony to House January 6th Committee by Donald Trump Jr.; Southwest Airlines Announces Scheduled Flights Returning to Normal; Times Square Fully Open for First Time Since COVID-19 Pandemic for New Year's Celebration; New York Republican Congress-Elect George Santos Criticized for Lying about His Personal and Professional Background; Rep.-Elect Santos' Comments On His Mom's Death, 9/11 Faces Scrutiny; Southwest Resuming Normal Flight Schedule Today After Week Of Chaos. Aired 8-8:30a ET
• A Closer Look At Factors Inside Southwest Airlines Meltdown; Times Square Revelry Returning To Full Capacity Since COVID Restrictions; Tributes Pour In As Pele Remembered As Brazil's "King Of Soccer." Aired 7:30-8a ET
• Southwest Resuming Normal Flight Schedule Today After Week of Chaos; Putin Invites China's Xi to Moscow as War in Ukraine Drags On; New York Times Reports, Rep.-Elect George Santos (R-NY) Made $11,000 in Campaign Payments for Rent. Aired 7-7:30a ET
• Brazil Begins Three Days Of Mourning In Memory Of Soccer Legend Pele; Italy Urging E.U. To Enforce COVID Restrictions On Travelers From China; How To Fix Your Personal Finances In The New Year. Aired 6:30-7a ET
• 39 Southwest Flights Cancelled Today as Airline Resumes Normal Services; Putin Invite's China's Xi to Moscow as War in Ukraine Drags On; January 6th Committee Releases Donald Trump Jr. Interview; Santos's Claim About Mother, 9/11 Face Scrutiny as Finances Investigated; McCarthy Huddles with GOP Members as He Works to Lock Down Votes. Aired 6-6:30a ET

December 29, 2022

December 28, 2022
• Sarah Matthews is Interviewed about Mark Meadows; Reports that Pope Benedict is Very Sick; Russian Shelling Destroys Maternity Ward; Sha'Kyra Aughtry and Yvonne White are Interviewed about Joey White Who Was Rescued from the Blizzard. Aired 8:30-9a ET
• Supreme Court Keeps Trump-Era Border Policy in Place For Now. Ex-Trump WH Aide: Meadows Burned Documents During Transition Period. Aired 8-8:30a ET
• Parents Warning Other Families After Teen Son Died From Fentanyl Poisoning; House GOP Silent As George Santos Faces Growing Condemnation; New Film Turns Lens To Survivors, Heroes, First Responders. Aired 7:30-8a ET
• Luka Doncic Makes NBA History With 60-Point Performance; Southwest CEO Apologizes For Leaving Holiday Travelers Stranded; Buttigieg Vows To Hold Southwest Accountable For "Complete Meltdown"; Supreme Court Keeps Trump-Era Border Policy In Place For Now; WH: U.S. Considers COVID Measures For Travelers From China; Family Decides To Drive From Phoenix To Boston After Flight Canceled. Aired 7-7:30a ET
• Crews Still Working to Clear Buffalo Roads; Flood Threats in Northeast; House Leadership Silent over Santos; Ringleader in Kidnapping Sentenced; Goldman Forecasts U.S. Likely to Avoid Recession; Doncic Makes NBA History. Aired 6:30-7a ET
• Buttigieg Vows to Hold Southwest Accountable for 'Complete Meltdown'; Southwest Stock Takes a Hit Amid Ongoing Cancellations, Delays; Supreme Court Keeps Trump-era Border Policy in Place for Now; U.S. Considers COVID Measures for Travelers from China; Ex-Trump Aide: Meadows Burned Documents During Transition Period. Aired 6-6:30a ET

December 27, 2022

December 26, 2022
• Flights Canceled Due to Storm; Olivia Nuzzi is Interviewed about Trump's Run for Re-election; Unwanted Holiday Gifts; Jerry Edmond is Interviewed about Being Heckled. Aired 8:30-9a ET
• Buffalo, New York Suffers Worst Winter Storm in Memory; Erie County, New York, Executive Mark Poloncarz Interviewed on Measures Being Taken to Provide Services to Those Under Severe Weather Conditions; President Biden to sign $1.7 Trillion Spending Bill to Provide Government Funding; Blackouts in Ukraine Pose Dire Risk for Medically Vulnerable Patients. Aired 8-8:30 ET
• Police Credit 2 Women For Rescue Of Kidnapped Ohio Baby; Police: Retail Theft Getting More Violent Across The U.S.; Raskin: Electoral College Reform Should Be Next Step To Protect Democracy. Aired 7:30-8a ET
• Historic Winter Storm Kills At Least 17 in Western New York; House Committee Says, Trump Tax Returns to be Released Post-Christmas; Busloads of Migrants at V.P. Harris' Home in Frigid Temps. Aired 7- 7:30a ET
• Tesla Stock Tumbles With Share Prices At Lowest Point This Year; China's Front Line Workers Say Hospitals Are Overwhelmed; Taliban Ban Female Aid Workers, Warn U.S. Not To Interfere; "Historic" Winter Storm Kills At Least 17 In Western New York. Aired 6:30-7a ET
• 'Historic' Winter Storm Kills at Least 17 in Western New York; 1,400+ Flights Canceled Today Because of Winter Storm; Over 10 Million Remain Under Freeze Alerts Across the South; Busloads of Migrants Dropped at VP Harris's Home in Frigid Temps; Zelenskyy: Russia Trying to Make Final Days of Year 'Dark, Difficult'; Experts Warn Flu Activity May Rise with Holiday Travel, Gatherings; King Charles Pays Tribute to Mother in First Christmas Message. Aired 6-6:30a ET

December 25, 2022

December 24, 2022

December 23, 2022

December 22, 2022
• Mick Mulvaney is Interviewed about Transcripts Being Released; U.S. GDP Increased; Kelly Serr is Interviewed about the Winter Weather; Last Minute Shopping Tips; Air Travel for the Holiday. Aired 8:30-9a ET
• Schumer Expects Agreement On $1.7T Spending Bill This Morning; Records Contradict Santos Claim Grandparents Fled Holocaust; Severe Weather Affecting Travel Across U.S. Causing Flight Cancellations; Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy Addresses U.S. Congress; Rep. Elissa Slotkin (D-MI) Interviewed on the Need for Continuing U.S. Aid to Ukraine to Fight Russian Invasion. Aired 8-8:30a ET
• Zelenskyy Delivers Plea To Congress For More Help In Russia Fight; Sam Bankman-Fried Extradited To The U.S. From Bahamas; Biden Administration Delays Announcing Final Rules For EV Tax Credit. Aired 7:30-8a ET
• Zelenskyy Delivers Plea To Congress For More Help In Russia Fight; Cities Nationwide Brace For "Once In A generation" Artic Blast; El Paso Prepares Shelter For Migrants Ahead Of Freezing Temps; Records Contradicts Santos' Claim Grandparents Fled Holocaust; Aired 7:00- 7:30a ET
• Biden Offers Tamiflu from Stockpile; Roya Rahmani is Interviewed about Women in Afghanistan; Clive Davis is Interviewed about Whitney Houston. Aired 6:30-7a ET
• Zelenskyy Delivers Plea to Congress for More Help in Russia Fight; Arctic Blast Threatens Holiday Travel; January 6th Committee Transcripts Show Key Witnesses Refusing to Testify; Schumer Expects Agreement on Spending Bill This Morning; Putin Congratulates Netanyahu on New Right-Wing Coalition Government. Aired 6-6:30a ET

December 21, 2022

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December 18, 2022

December 17, 2022

December 16, 2022
• CNN's Tapper Shares Harrowing Story of Daughter's Misdiagnosis; Tesla Stock Continues to Fall as Musk Shifts Focus to Twitter; Interview with Chef Jose Andres. Aired 8:30-9a ET
• Large Numbers of Migrants Lining Up on Mexican Side of U.S. Southern Border in Anticipation of Ending of Title 42; Twitter CEO Elon Musk Bans Journalists for Tweeting His Real Time Private Jet Locations; Schumer, Pelosi give First Joint Interview Ahead Of New Congress; Schumer, Pelosi Say Biden Should Run In 2024. Aired 8-8:30a ET.
• Biden Mocks Trump Grift, Even Bannon Says "I Can't Do This Anymore"; National Archives Releases 13,000+ Documents On JFK's Assassination; Bill To Protect Pregnant Workers From Discrimination Stalled. Aired 7:30-8a ET
• Ukraine Says, Russia Fires 60 Missiles, Strategic Bombers Used for First Time; COVID, Flu, RSV Across U.S. Threaten the Holidays; Dana Talks to Gov. Chris Sununu (R-NH) on Trump's Bid for 2024, Their Relationship. Aired 7-7:30a ET
• Dems Panicking After Disappointing Black Voter Turnout in 2022; Harvard Names Claudine Gay as School's First Black President; Airlines Pulling Back On Perks As Travel Demand Surges; FIFA Rebuffs Zelensky's Request To Share Message Of Peace; Anderson Cooper & Andy Cohen Talk Datings Apps On Colbert. Aired 6:30-7a ET
• Nor'easter on the Move as Storms Move Across U.S.; Elon Musk Bans Twitter Accounts of Prominent Journalists; Investigators Troubled by Actions of 2 Officials in Response to Uvalde Shooting; Stocks Take Tumble as Wall Street Fears a Recession. Aired 6-6:30a ET

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