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April 16, 2022
• Explosions on the Outskirts of Kyiv; Advanced U.S. Weapons about to Boost Ukrainian Arsenal; Zelenskyy: Whole Worry Should Worry Putin Will Use Nukes; Mykolaiv Governor: At Least Five Killed by Cluster Munitions; U.S. Confirms Moskva Sunk by Ukrainian Missiles; Violence in Jerusalem; Dozens of Chinese Cities under Full or Partial Lockdown; Russia's War Worsening Food Shortages. Aired 5-6a ET
• Ukraine Reports Attacks In South After Sinking Of Russian Ship; Kyiv Mayor: At Least One Killed, Several Injured In Kyiv Explosions; Home Prices Skyrocketed By Nearly 20 Percent Over The Last Year; Several States Pass Anti-Abortion Legislation This Week. Aired 8-9a ET
• Ukraine Reports Attacks In South After Sinking Of Russian Ship; Russian Forces Stepping Up Attacks Ahead Of Offensive; Explosions Reported Near Kyiv, Air Defenses Activated In Lviv; Texas Woman Fights To Bring Sister To U.S. From War-Torn Ukraine; Zelenskyy Sits Down For Interview With CNN's Jake Tapper; 21 States Suing To Stop Rollback Of Trump-Era Border Control Measure; Family Of Unarmed Black Man Killed By Police Demands Justice; Russian-Backed Radio Station Spreads Propaganda In Two United States Cities. Aired 7-8a ET
• Explosions Reported Near Kyiv, Air Defenses Activated Lviv; Zelenskyy: 2,500-3,000 Ukrainian Troops Killed Combat; U.S.: First Heavy Weapons To Arrive In Ukraine In 24 Hours; GOP Lawmakers Encouraged, Then Soured on Overturning Election; FDA Authorizes First COVID-19 Breath Test; Shanghai Residents Scramble for Food, Medicine Amid COVID Lockdown; 50th Anniversary of Title IX. Aired 6-7a ET


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April 02, 2022
• Gunfire, Explosions Disperse Protesters In Russian-Held Town; Pentagon To Provide Another $300M In Military Aid; U.S. Adds 431K Jobs In March; Unemployment Falls To 3.6 percent; Source: WH Record Keepers Appeared To Be "Iced out" Days Before Riot; Mother And Two Children Flee In Kyiv To Indiana; Father Stayed Behind To Fight; Families Taking Trips Despite Skyrocketing Prices; DeSantis Signals Support For Revoking Disney's Self-Governing Status Over "Don't Say Gay" Feud"; Disney Vows To Repeal Florida's "Don't Say Gay" Law. Aired 8-9a ET
• Academy Accepts Will Smith Resignation Over Chris Rock Slap; Ukraine Won't Confirm Or Deny Attack On Russian Fuel Depot; Moscow Pushes For Trade With India As Sanctions Bit; Evacuation Buses Finally Arrive Carrying Civilians To Safety; U.S. Adds 431K Jobs In March; IEA Member Nations Join U.S. In Releasing Emergency Oil; Odesa Residents Get On With Life While Bracing For A Possible Attack; Democrats At Odds Over Ending Pandemic-Related Border Restrictions; Bruce Willis "Stepping Away" From Acting After Aphasia Diagnosis. Aired 7-8a ET
• Russia Says It Struck Major Oil Refinery in Central Ukraine; Zelenskyy: Russian Troops Slowly Pulling Out of Northern Ukraine; Moscow Pushes for Trade with India as Sanctions Bite; U.S. Small Business Owners on Edge Due to Inflation; Source: WH Record Keepers Appeared to be "Iced Out" Days Before Riot; Couple Greets Ukrainian Refugees at Polish Train Station with Cups of Soup; Will Smith Resigns from the Academy After Slapping Chris Rock. Aired 6-7a ET


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February 26, 2022
• Battle For Kyiv Underway As Russian Troops Close In On Capital; Russian Defense Ministry: We Target Only Military Infrastructure; U.S. And Allies Directly Sanctioning Putin And Lavrov; Biden Nominates Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson To The Supreme Court; CDC Updates Metrics To Guide COVID-19 Restrictions As Cases Plunge; Biden's Pledge To Cut Gas Costs Could Be Limited; Anniversary Of Trayvon Martin's Death. Aired 5-6a ET
• Battle for Kyiv Underway as Russian Troops Close In On Capital; NATO Activates Response Force For First Time In History; Source: U.S. Concerned Kyiv Could Fall To Russia Within Days; FBI: Russia Is A "Permissive Operating Environment" For Cybercriminals; Biden Nominates Ketanji Brown Jackson To Supreme Court; FDA Moves Forward To Ban Menthol Cigarettes And Cigars. Aired 8-9a ET
• Residential Block In Kyiv Struck By Missile Or Rocket; Thousands Of Ukrainian Flee As Russian Military Advances; Biden To Meet With National Security Team Later This Morning; U.S. Allies Directly Sanctioning Putin And Russian Foreign Minister; Ukrainians Flee Their Homes, Cross Into Neighboring Countries; Inflation, Gas Prices Expected To Rise Due To Ukraine Conflict; Ukraine Invasion Threatens U.S.-Russia Partnership In Space. Aired 7-8a ET
• Ukrainian FM: Residential Block in Kyiv Struck by Missile or Rocket; Battle for Kyiv Underway as Russian Troops Close in on Capital; Biden Nominates Ketanji Brown Jackson to Supreme Court; Delta Severs Ties with Russia's Flagship Carrier Aeroflot; Ukrainians Fight to Keep Control of Kyiv; Russian NHL Star Alex Ovechkin Condemns War Against Ukraine. Aired 6-7a ET


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January 29, 2022
• Over 10 Million People Across 10 States Under Blizzard Warnings; Trump WH Spokesman Subpoenaed By January 6 Committee; Fallen Police Officers Widow Delivers Heart-Wrenching Eulogy; NYPD Resurrects Controversial "Anti-Crime Unit". Biden Pledges To Appoint Black Woman To Supreme Court; Tennessee School Board Pulls Pulitzer-Winning Holocaust Book; Dozens Charges In Undercover Drug Bust Using Dating Apps; Twitter Stops Taking Action Against Lies About The 2020 Election; Joni Mitchell Joins Neil Young In Pulling Songs From Spotify. Aired 8-9a ET
• Nearly 55 Million People Under Winter Weather Alerts; Travel Advisories and Bans Issued Ahead Of Snow Storm; P.A. Governor Declares Disaster After Pittsburgh Bridge Collapse; Top General Warns Russian Invasion Would Be Horrific; New Jersey Under State Of Emergency As Snow Storm Slams East Coast; Stormy Daniels Finishes Testifying In Criminal Trial Of her Former Attorney Michael Avenatti; Rogue Rocket Booster Could Crash Into The Moon In The Coming Weeks. Aired 7-8a ET
• Nearly 55 Million People Under Winter Weather Alerts; Massachusetts Issues Highway Travel Ban for Large Trucks; High Winds and Heavy Snow will Lead to White Out Conditions; RI Governor Declares Emergency and Orders Travel Ban Due to Snowstorm; Trump WH Spokesman Subpoenaed by January 6 Committee; Top General Warns Russian Invasion would be "Horrific"; Pres. Biden Says He'll Move U.S. Troops to Eastern Europe; DHS Warns of Potential Russia Cyberattacks Amid Tensions; COVID Cases and Hospitalizations Declining As Deaths Still Remain Alarmingly High; Democrats Hope to Move Quickly to Confirm Biden's Supreme Court Pick; Joni Mitchell Joins Neil Young in Pulling Songs from Spotify. Aired 6-7a ET


January 22, 2022
• NYPD Office Killed, One Seriously Injured During Domestic Call; Omicron Surge Push Parents Of Young Children To The Brink; McConnell On Defensive Over Comments About Black Voters; Biden Signals New Strategies For Second Year In Office; Poll: 41 Percent Of Americans Approve Of The Way Biden's Handling His Job; Admin Revisits Plan To Vaccinate Migrants At Southern Border; Beijing Becomes Giant Anti- COVID Fortress For Olympics. Aired 8-9a ET
• NYPD Officer Killed, 1 Seriously Injured During Domestic Call; Parts Of The Country See Drop In COVID Cases, Hospitalization; Atlanta Hospitals Struggle Amid Surge In Unvaccinated Patients; New Florida Bill Would Shield People From Guilt Over Race; First U.S. Shipment Of Military Assistance Arrives In Ukraine; Pentagon Preparing Military Options If Russia Invades Ukraine; Sen. Lori Berman (D-FL), Is Being Interviewed About The Individual Freedom Bill That She Claims Would Keep Critical Race Theory Out Of Classrooms; Brian Laundrie Claimed Responsibility For Gabby Petito's Death; McCarthy Juggles Far-Right, Moderate Members As He Chases Speaker Dream; Mortgage Rates Rise To Number Not Seen Since Start Of Pandemic. Aired 7-8a ET
• NYPD Officer Killed, 1 Seriously Injured During Domestic Call; COVID Hospitalizations Up 15 Percent in Western States, 6 Percent in the South; First U.S. Shipment of Military Assistance Arrives in Ukraine; Trump Faces Flurry of New Legal Rebukes, Criminal Probes and Requests for his Family to Cooperate Against Him; Biden Signals New Strategies for Second Year in Office; Cyberattack Shuts New Mexico's Largest School District; NFL Ends Daily Testing of Unvaccinated Players. Aired 6-7a ET


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