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April 11, 2024

•O.J. Simpson Dies; Republicans Divided Over Surveillance Law. Aired 11-11:30a ET
•For the Third Time in Three Days, New York Judge Rejects Trump's Effort to Postpone His Criminal Trial Over Hush Money; Trump Says He Would Not Sign Federal Abortion Ban; Closing the "Gun Show Loophole"; Guns, Primary Cause of Mortality for Children, According to New Movie; Parents of Michigan School Shooter Received 10-15 Years of Jail Time; Ohtani's Former Translator Expected to Enter a Guilty Plea, According to New Report from NYT. Aired 10:30-11a ET
•FBI Director to Warn Lawmakers of Terror Threat in U.S.; Arizona GOP Blocks Vote to Repeal 1864 Abortion Ban; Judge Denies Trump's Attempt to Delay Hush Money Trial. Aired 10-10:30a ET
•CNN International: Right Now: Japanese PM Visits U.S. Congress; Southern U.S. Swamped By Storms; Soon: Japanese Prime Minister To Address U.S. Congress. Aired 11a-12p ET
•CNN International: IDF Strike Kills Three Sons Of Hamas Leader Ismail Haniyeh; Israel Defense Minister: Plans To "Flood Gaza With Aid"; Iran's Threat To Retaliate Against Israel Stokes Tensions. Aired 8-9a ET
•CNN International: UNICEF: Vehicle Waiting to Enter Gaza Hit by Live Fire; Embattled House Speaker Threatened with Vote of Removal; Biden Defends Handling of Economy After Poor Inflation Data; CNN Rides Along on 33-Hour B-52 Bomber International Mission; Caitlin Clark Honored. Aired 4:30-5a ET
•CNN International: U.S. General: Ukraine May Lose Without Continued U.S. Support; IDF Strike Kills Three Sons of Hamas Leader Ismail Haniyeh; U.N. Spokesperson: Israelis Restricting Aid Convoys; Storms Batter Southern U.S., Tornadoes Hit Louisiana; Biden Hosts Japanese Prime Minister. Aired 4-4:30a ET
•Biden, Kishida Arrived at the White House Ahead of a Trilateral Summit with the Philippines; Celebrating Eid in the Shadows of Israel- Hamas War; Parts of Louisiana Destroyed by a Powerful Tornado; Trump Fails in His Hush Money Trial Delay Attempt for the Third Time; New Research Found that Adults can Develop Cancer; The Masters Kicked Off in Augusta; Caitlin Clark Retires Her Iowa Jersey After her Historic Career Run at the Women's NCAA. Aired 3-4a ET
•Hamas Leader's Sons Killed In Gaza Strike; Biden Vows Ironclad Commitment To Israel Amid Iran Threats; Biden Hosts Japanese P.M. At White House For Official Visit; Grief and War Darken Eid al-Fitr Holiday in Gaza; Study Shows Extreme Temps Linked to 500K+ Stroke Deaths a Year; Ongoing Drought Forces Officials to Ration Water in Colombia; Storms Batter Southern U.S., Tornadoes Hit Louisiana; Accelerated Aging Linked to Cancer Risk in Younger Adults. Aired 2- 2:45a ET
•Israeli Defense Minister: Plans To "Flood Gaza With Aid"; Biden Hosts Japanese PM At White House For Official Visit; CNN Rides Along On 33-Hour B-52 Bomber Intl. Mission; Grief and War Darken Eid Al-Fitr Holiday in Gaza; Irish Nationalist Becomes Northern Ireland's First Minister; Using A.I. to Save Underwater Forests; Ongoing Drought Forces Officials to Ration Water in Colombia. Aired 1-2a ET
•U.S. President Calls Out Netanyahu Over Gaza Aid; EU Announces Major Immigration Reforms; U.S. and Japan Strengthen Military Ties Amid China's Influence; Sons of Hamas Leader Killed in Israeli Airstrike; Israel Plans to Increase Aid to Gaza Amid Shortages; EU Parliament Approves Wide-Ranging Immigration Reforms; Ukraine's President Rejects Trump's Peace Proposal; Republicans Blocking Military Aid to Ukraine Face Pressure; Artists and Activists Urge Republicans to Release Aid to Ukraine; Fight Against Inflation Stalls in the U.S., Impact on Biden's Reelection; Stocks Close Lower after Unexpectedly Poor Inflation Data; Six Former Officers Sentenced for Torturing 2 Black Men. Aired 12-12:45a ET

April 10, 2024

•CNN International: Biden: U.S. Ties With Japan "Have Never Been More Robust"; President Biden: What Netanyahu Is Doing Is A "Mistake"; Zelensky: If Ukraine Doesn't Get Weapons, It Could Lose The War; Gas And Housing Prices Drove U.S. Inflation Higher In March; Arizona Court Decision Reshapes Abortion Debate. Aired 3-4p ET
•Mississippi Sentences "Goon Squad" From 115 To 45 Years In Prison; Arizona Supreme Court Revives Civil War-Era Abortion Ban; Biden: "Still Negotiating" Ceasefire Talks. Aired 11:30a-12p ET
•Trump Associate Sentenced; Trump Continues Attempts to Delay Hush Money Trial; President Biden Welcomes Japanese Prime Minister. Aired 11-11:30a ET
•6 Former Mississippi "Goon Squad" Officers Sentenced; Former Trump Organization CFO Sentenced; For Lying About Trump's NYC Penthouse, Weisselberg Given Five Months Jail Time; In Hush Money Trial, Judge Refuses to Grant Gag Order; White House Arrival Ceremony, Biden Greets Japanese Prime Minister and Spouse; Inflation Jumps in March; Dimon: 8% Interest Rates May Result from Inflationary Pressure. Aired 10:30-11a ET
•Arizona Supreme Court Revives Civil War-Era Abortion Ban; Severe Storms Threatening 30 Million-Plus Across the South Today; Now, Six Former Mississippi Goon Squad Officers Sentenced. Aired 10-10:30a ET
•CNN International: Japanese PM Meeting With Biden During Official Visit; Iran's Supreme Leader: Israel Will Be Punished For Syria Strike; Zelenskyy: Will "Break Putin's Backbone" With Right Military Support. Aired 11a-12p ET
•Biden Calls for Ceasefire, Access to Food & Water for Gaza; Israel Says High Number of Aid Tracks Entered Gaza Tuesday; Bodies Exhumed From Mass Graves at Al-Shifa Hospital; U.N. Report Warns of Imminent Famine in Northern Gaza; Biden and Kishida to Meet for White House Summit; Former Taiwanese President Meets With China's Xi Jinping; Multiple U.S. States Have Passed Restrictive Abortion Laws; Trump Holding Fundraisers in Georgia, Florida; Whistleblower Raises Alarm About Flaws in Boeing Dreamliner Jets; U.S. Sends Thousands of Seized Iranian Weapons to Ukraine; U.s. Could Ban Use of Russian Cybersecurity Software, Kaspersky Labs Antivirus is Already Banned on U.S. Government Computers; Anger Mounts as Floods Crippled Russia's Orenburg Region After a Dam Burst in the Ural River; Inflation Ticked Higher in March to 3.5 Percent; "Bridget Jones: Mad About the Boy" to Premiere in February 2025. Aired 8-9a ET
•CNN International: Former Taiwanese President to Meet with China's Xi Jinping; House Speaker Under Pressure Amid Threats of Ouster; Whistleblower Raises Alarm About Flaws in Dreamliner Jets; Chester Trio Await Retrial After Convictions Overturned; Tiger Woods: I Think I Can Get One More Win. Aired 4:30-5a ET
•CNN International: Questions Over Israel's Plan for Rafah Ground Offensive; Gaza's Health Care System Hanging on By a Thread; Arizona Court Upholds 1864 Law, Bans Nearly All Abortions; Japanese Prime Minister to Meet with Biden During Official Visit; Parents of Michigan School Shooter Get 10-15 Years in Prison. Aired 4-4:30a ET
•Biden Throws Critique to Netanyahu; Arizona Ruling Revisits 1864 Ban on Abortions: CNN Investigates Deadly Gaza Aid Delivery through Videos and Eyewitness Accounts. New Study Notes Concertgoers Open to Hear Climate Change from Artists; Labrador Booted Out of Police Academy Now a Rescue Dog in the Taiwan Quake Aftermath. Aired 3-4a ET
•Arizona Court Reinstate Century-Old Abortion Ban; U.S. President Criticizes Netanyahu's Handling Of War; U.S. Sends Seized Iranian Weapons, Ammo To Ukraine. Israel Says 468 Aid Trucks Entered Gaza on Tuesday, the Highest Single-day Number Since the War Began; U.K. Joins Eight Other Nations to Conduct Airdrop Into Gaza; Turkey Restricting Exports to Israel Over Aid Dispute, Restricted Items Include Steel, Aluminum, Cement, Electrical Cables; 100,000 Evacuated as Flooding Worsens in Russia-Kazakhstan Border After a Dam Burst; Trillions of Cicadas Expected to Emerge in Parts of U.S. Aired 2-3a ET
•Bodies Exhumed From Mass Graves At Al-Shifa Hospital; Parents Of Michigan School Shooter Get 10-15 Years In Prison; Arizona Court Upholds 1864 Law, Bans Nearly All Abortions; Immense Suffering Inside Gaza's Struggling Hospitals; Turkey Restricting Exports to Israel over Aid Dispute; Japanese Prime Ministers in Washington; Mexico Releases Video of Embassy Raid. Aired 1-2a ET
•Biden Criticizes Netanyahu's Approach in Gaza; Historic Ruling Reinstates 1864 Arizona Abortion Law; Parents of Michigan School Shooter Sentenced; Landmark Climate Change Ruling in Europe; Major Dam Burst Causes Flooding in Russia; Water Rationing Begins in Bogota, Colombia; Videos, Eyewitnesses Cast Doubt on Timeline of Deadly Gaza Aid Delivery; 96 Shots in 41 Seconds: Inside a Fatal Chicago Traffic Stop; Japanese Prime Minister to Meet with President Biden Today. Aired 12-1a ET

April 09, 2024

•CNN International: Israel Accuses Turkey Of Violating Trade Agreement; Netanyahu: Date Set For Rafah Ground Operation; Arizona Supreme Court Upholds A Century-Old Law Banning Nearly All Abortions; Champions League Ties Go Ahead Amid Terror Threats. Aired 3-3:45p ET
•Now: Impact Statements In Crumbley Parents' Sentencing. Aired 11:30a-12p ET
•School Shooter's Parents Face Victims, Families at Sentencing. Aired 11-11:30a ET
•Russia's War on Ukraine; Without U.S. Support, Ukraine Will Lose Fight with Russia, Zelenskyy Says; Trump Privately Said He Would Pressure Ukraine into Giving Up Some of Its Territory in Exchange for Peace, According to WAPO; Leading Republican Issues Warning Against Individuals in Own Party Parroting Russian Propaganda; Basketball Champion UConn Wins Consecutive NCAA Titles; Ratings for Women's Collegiate Basketball Broken by South Carolina-Iowa Championship Game; South at Risk of Flooding and Tornadoes Due to Strong Storms. Aired 10:30-11a ET
•Parents of Michigan School Shooter Face Victims' Families at Sentencing; Special Counsel Urges Supreme Court to Reject Trump Immunity Claims; Trump Says Abortion Rights Should be Left to the States. Aired 10-10:30a ET
•CNN International: Netanyahu: "No Force In The World" Will Stop Israeli Ground Offensive in Rafah; Gaza Civil Defense: Nearly 400 Bodies Recovered From Al Shifa; CIA Director Presented New U.S. Ceasefire Plan. Aired 11a-12p ET
•CNN International: Netanyahu Says Date Set For Rafah Ground Operation; CIA Chief Presents New Proposal For Ceasefire-Hostage Deal; Protesters In Israel Demand Early Elections, Hostage Deal; International Court Rules Switzerland Violated Human Rights; Biden To Welcome Japan's PM To White House; Judge Rejects Trump's Petition To Delay Hush Money Trial; Ireland Gets Its Youngest Leader In Simon Harris; Trump Preparing For First Criminal Trial To Begin Next Week; House Speaker Johnson Trying To Get Ukraine Aid To A Vote; Soon: Parents Of School Shooter To Be Sentenced; Aid Delivery Turned Deadly In Gaza On February 29; Animals React As Totality Passes Over Some U.S. States. Aired 8-9a ET
•CNN International: Protesters in Israel Demand Early Elections, Hostage Deal; Tens of Thousands of People Displace in Southern Lebanon; Trump: Abortion Legislation Should Be Left to States; New Document from Vatican Identifies Grave Violation of Human Dignity; European Court of Human Rights to Rule on Climate Cases. Aired 4:30-5a ET
•CNN International: Khan Younis Residents Return After Israel Withdraws; Netanyahu Says Date Set for Rafah Ground Operation; Total Solar Eclipse Sweeps Across North America; UConn Beats Purdue for Back-to-Back Championships; Greene Intensifies Efforts to Oust U.S. House Speaker. Aired 4-4:30a ET
•Israeli PM Sets Rafah Invasion Date; Millions Witnessed the Great Total Eclipse in North America Since 2017; New Vatican Document Reveals Grave Violations of Human Dignity; ICJ Resumes Arguments on Nicaragua vs. Germany for Gaza Genocide; New York Appeals Court Junk Trump's Petition to Delay Hush Money Trial; Report Says Chechnya will Ban Music that Are Too Fast or Too Slow; German Chancellor Joins TikTok, But With Special Conditions. Aired 3-4a ET
•Israeli Strike Kills Hezbollah Commander in Lebanon; U.N. Calls for End to Israel-Hezbollah Cross-border Attacks; Nicaragua Accuses Germany of Facilitating Genocide in Gaza; Organization of American States to Discuss Mexico-Ecuador Tensions; Ecuador's President Defends Raid on Mexican Embassy; March Broke Heat Record for 10th Straight Month; German Chancellor Olaf Scholz Joins TikTok; Hundreds Marry in Mass Ceremony During Solar Eclipse. Aired 2-3a ET
•Gazans Return To A Khan Younis Devastated Beyond Recognition; Trump Says Abortion Legislation Should Be Left To States; Total Solar Eclipse Sweeps Across North America; Why Some College Students Reject Both Biden and Trump; Khan Younis Residents Return after Israel Withdraws; Six Months ON, Humanitarian Crisis Deepens in Gaza; Hottest March on Record; Organization of American States to Discuss Mexico- Ecuador Tensions; NASA Launches Rockets to Study Total Solar Eclipse. Aired 1-2a ET
•Israeli Troops Withdraw from Southern Gaza after Months of Conflict; Donald Trump Takes Ambiguous Stance on Abortion, Leaves Decision to States; Rare Total Solar Eclipse Captivates Millions Across North America; Russian Airstrikes Hit Southern Ukraine, Killing Civilians; New Vatican Declaration Condemns Transgenderism, Surrogacy, and Abortion; Thousands in Southern Lebanon Driven from Homes; Report: March Broke Heat Record for 10th Straight Month; Animals React as Totality Passes Over Some U.S. States. Aired 12-1a ET

April 08, 2024

•Did Not Air 3-4p ET
•New Round Of Ceasefire & Hostage Talks In Cairo; Soon: Total Solar Eclipse Coverage Starts At 1:00 P.M. ET; Tonight: UConn Vs. Purdue For Men's Championship. Aired 11:30a-12p ET
•32 Million People In U.S. Live Along Path Of Totality; Trump: Abortion Rights Should Be Left To The States. Aired 11-11:30a ET
•Eclipse Across North America; Tonight: UConn Vs. Purdue For Men's Championship Game; NCAA Women's Championship Won By South Carolina Over Iowa; Bill Nye Explains What To Expect During Total Solar Eclipse. Aired 10:30-11a ET
•Excitement Builds as Millions in U.S. Await Total Solar Eclipse; Trump Says States Should Decide Abortion Rights, Brags About Proudly Responsible for Ending Roe V. Wade; Egyptian State Media Reports, Significant Progress in Ceasefire Talks. Aired 10-10:30a ET
•Did Not Air 11a-12p ET
•CNN International: New Rounds Of Ceasefire & Hostage Release Talks In Cairo;
•CNN International: Zelenskyy: Without U.S. Aid, Ukraine Will Lose the War; Japan's Prime Minister Speaks Ahead of U.S. Trip; Remembering the 1994 Rwandan Genocide; Vatican to Reveal New Document on Gender, Surrogacy and More. Aired 4:30-5a ET
•CNN International: Negotiations Continue as IDF Withdraws from Khan Younis; Inside President Biden's Phone Call with Netanyahu; Zelenskyy: Ukraine Will Lose the War Without U.S. Aid; Weather Concerns for Solar Eclipse. Aired 4:00-4:30a ET
•Israel Withdraws Military Ground Forces in Khan Younis; Solar Eclipse Happens Today Across Mexico, Canada, and some U.S. States; Japanese PM Speaks to CNN Ahead of His Return to the United States; Israel Withdraws Military Ground Forces in Khan Younis; Solar Eclipse Happens Today Across Mexico, Canada, and some U.S. States; Japanese PM Speaks to CNN Ahead of His Return to the United States; Remembering the Rwandan Genocide 30 Years After; South Carolina Trashes Caitlyn Clark and Iowa Out of the Women's NCAA Championship Title. Aired 3-4a ET
•Gaza Talks In Cairo Make Significant Progress; Ukraine Denies Russian Claim It Struck Zaporizhzhia Nuclear Plant; Japan's PM Speaks With CNN Ahead Of U.S. Trip; Yellen Visit China For Top-Level Economic Talks; Excitement Builds Ahead Of Total Solar Eclipse In US, Mexico And Canada. Egyptian State Media: "Significant Progress" in Cairo Talks; Report: Israel Using A.I. to Identify Bombing Targets in Gaza; Remembering the 1994 Rwandan Genocide; Mexican Presidential Debate; Newest NCAA Women's Basketball Champion. Aired 1-2a ET
•Israel Withdraws Troops from Khan Yunis; Indianapolis Now a Destination City for Eclipse Chasers; Yellen Keeping Busy Schedule on Final Day of China Trip; Japan Bolstering Defense During Turbulent Times; Israel Using A.I. to Identify Bombing Targets in Gaza; Remembering the 1994 Rwandan Genocide; South Carolina Beats Iowa to Win Third National Title. Aired 12-1a ET

April 07, 2024

•Families of Hostages Mark 6 Months Since Hamas Attack; Israel Protesters Demand Elections, Return of Hostages; Israel Ceasefire Talks Could Resume Sunday in Cairo; Body of Israel Hostage Elad Katzir Recovered From Gaza; Total Solar Eclipse Keeps Choctaw Nation Traditions Alive; Trump Campaign Raises More Than $65 Million in March; Russian Strikes Pound Cities Across Ukraine. Aired 5-6a ET
•Israel-Hamas War; Elad Katzir's Body Retrieved by Israeli Military and Given Back to His Family; Protesters in Israel Call for Elections and Release of Captives; Relief Reaches New Major Hospital in Northern Gaza; Israel to Reopen Erez Crossing for Crucial Aid to Gaza; In Cairo, Ceasefire Negotiations Will Resume on Sunday; Following an Israeli Strike, Iranian Commander Promises Retaliation; U.S. on High Alert for Iranian Attack in Middle East; Condemnation Grows Over Mexico Embassy Raid; Glas May Have Fled, According to Ecuador; Key Themes Before June Poll Include Migration and U.S. Relations; Russian Airstrikes Bombard Ukrainian Cities; Russia's Pressure and Weapons Shortages Dealt with by Ukraine; Hamas Attack Survivors on 6 Month Anniversary; 30 Years Passed Since Tutsi Massacre in Rwanda; Diddy and His Son Face New Lawsuit; Secy. Janet Yellen Discusses Trade-Related Matters in Beijing; VT Police Release Picture of Arson Suspect in Connection to Sen. Sanders' Office; U.S. Gun Violence; 2024 Total Solar Eclipse; Championship Matchup Between South Carolina and Iowa. Aired 4-5a ET
•Six Months Since Hamas Attacked Israel; Rwanda Marks 30 Years Since Genocide; Evaluating Russia's War in Ukraine. Aired 3-3:30a ET
•Did Not Air 7-8p ET
•Israel Says It Has Withdrawn from City of Khan Younis, Gaza; Biden Calls for Stronger Protections of Civilians and More Aid to Gaza; Southwest Boeing 737-800 Flight from Denver Loses Engine Cover; Russian Propaganda Infiltrating the GOP; Less Than 24 Hours for Total Solar Eclipse; Indianapolis Planning Citywide Eclipse Viewing Party; "Hostages: The Road Home" Airs Tonight. Aired 6-7p ET
•IDF Pulls Out Of Southern Gaza; Erez Land Crossing Delayed By Israel; Biden Tells Netanyahu To Change Policy In Gaza; Russian Propaganda Infects The GOP; Ouster Threat On Speaker Johnson And The Ukraine Aid Vote; Solar Eclipse Is Less Than 24 Hours Away; Jessica Dean Interviews Dr. Robert Shumaker; U.S. Faces High Winds; South Carolina Beats Iowa For National Title. Aired 5-6p ET
•Biden Demanded Policy Changes in Call with Netanyahu; Israeli Says It Has Withdrawn from Khan Younis; Israeli Military Preparing to Move from Defense to Attack; People Flock to Indianapolis and Cleveland to View the Solar Eclipse Less Than 24 Hours Away. Aired 4- 5p ET
•Schumer: Iran Ready To Respond Swiftly To Any Potential Iran Attack; Today Marks Six Months Since October 7 Hamas Attacks; Solar Eclipse Less Than 24 Hours Away, 32 Million In Path Of Totality. Aired 3-4p ET
•Israel Says It Has Withdrawn From City Of Khan Younis; Source: Biden Demanded Policy Changes In Call With Netanyahu; Suspect Arrested For Alleged Arson At Sen. Bernie Sanders' Office; Solar Eclipse Less Than 24 Hours Away, 32 Million In Path Of Totality; FAA: Engine Cover On Southwest Airlines Boeing Plane Falls Off During Takeoff In Denver; Soon: Iowa Faces South Carolina In Women's NCAA Title Game. Aired 2-3p ET

April 06, 2024

•Sunday Is Six-Month Anniversary Of Hamas Attack On Israel; Israel Opening New Crossing To Allow In Aid; Ecuadorian Police Forcibly Entered Mexico's Embassy; Total Eclipse Of The Sun On Monday; New Jersey's Strongest Earthquake In 240 Years Measured 4.8; Stronger Than Expected Jobs Report; U.S. President Joe Biden Visits Site Of Key Bridge Disaster; Iowa Advances To National Title Game. Aired 5-6a ET
•Israel Defense Forces Fires Two Over Strikes That Killed Aid Workers; U.S. Preparing For Significant Attack By Iran On U.S. Or Israeli Assets; Ecuadorian Police Forcibly Entered Mexico's Embassy; Taiwan Earthquake Death Toll Rises To 13; Total Eclipse Of The Sun On Monday. Aired 4-4:30a ET
•Israel Defense Forces Fires Two Over Strikes That Killed Aid Workers; U.S. Preparing For Significant Attack By Iran On U.S. Or Israeli Assets; Taiwan Earthquake Death Toll Rises To 13; Total Eclipse Of The Sun On Monday. Aired 3-3:30a ET
•Israel Plans To Reopen Erez Crossing And Port Of Ashdod For More Aid Into Gaza; Protests Held On The Eve of October 7th Six-Month Anniversary; Iranian Military Commander Vows Revenge After Israeli Attack; More Than A Million Expected At Niagara Falls For Solar Eclipse; Trump Headlines High-Dollar Florida Fundraiser; RFK. Jr. Questions Whether January 6 Was A True Insurrection; Oklahoma Supreme Court Hears Appeal In Reparations Case; Aired 7-8p ET
•U.N. Aid Chief Calls Situation In Gaza A "Betrayal Of Humanity"; Iranian Military Commander Vows Revenge After Israel Attack; Interview With Former Israeli Ambassador To The U.S. Michael Oren; Countdown To The Eclipse Across America; Gunfight At Florida Bar Leaves 2 Dead, 7 Injured; Police Search For Suspect In Fire At Bernie Sanders' Office; NCAA Men's Final Four Tonight; Iowa To Face South Carolina In Women's NCAA Championship Sunday; Father Of Two Hostages in Gaza Speaks Out: "It's One Long Day." Aired 5-6p ET
•Israel Set to Reopen Erez Border Crossing And Ashdod Port Into Gaza; U.S. On High Alert For Attack by Iran In Middle East; Interview With Representative Raja Krishnamoorthi (D-IL) About Threat Of Attack By Iran And Humanitarian Aid To Gaza; Gun Fight At Florida Bar Leaves Two Dead, Seven Injured; Clouds Could Threaten Views For Some Eclipse Watchers; Just 2 Days Until Solar Eclipse, 32 Million In Path Of Totality; "Space Shuttle Columbia, The Final Flight" Aires Tomorrow 8PM ET/PT; NCAA Men's Final Four Tonight; Iowa To Face South Carolina In Women's NCAA Championship Sunday. Aired 4-5p ET
•U.S. On High Alert For Possible Attack By Iran In The Middle East; CIA Director Heads To Egypt For Hostage Release-Ceasefire Talks; Overnight Shooting In Miami-Dade County Kills A Security Guard; Diddy And Son Named In Sexual Assault Lawsuit; Foreigners Flock For Total Solar Eclipse; Iowa To Face South Carolina In Women's NCAA Championship Sunday; Thieves Travel To U.S. To Steal From High-End Homes. Aired 3-4p ET
•House Republicans Plan Vote On Pro-Israel Resolution Opposing Calls For Ceasefire Between Israel And Hamas; Israel Opens Erez Border Crossing Into Gaza to Allow in Humanitarian Aid; President Trump Hosting Republican Party Fundraiser; Special Counsel Jack Smith Requests Judge Aileen Cannon Rule on Whether Presidential Records Act Will be Considered Viable Defense in Donald Trump's Classified Documents Trial; Americans Travel to Cleveland to View Upcoming Solar Eclipse; Ukraine Running Low on Munitions as Russia Continues Launching Missiles Strikes against Ukrainian Cities; Iowa Women's Basketball Team Advances to NCAA Championship for Second Straight Year; Israeli Family Member of Hostages Held by Hamas Since October 7th Interviewed on Her Experiences over Previous Six Months. Aired 2- 3p ET
•Security Guard Killed, Seven Injured After Gunfire Erupts At Florida Bar; Israel Set To Reopen Erez Crossing To Allow Crucial Aid Into Gaza; New Calculations Raise Concerns Popular Eclipse Maps Might Be Off; Wonya Lucas, Niece Of Hank Aaron, Discusses Atlanta Celebrating 50th Anniversary of Aaron's 715th Home Run & Aaron's Legacy On And Off The Field; Audio Recording Emerges In Lawsuit Against Diddy & Son; Police Search For Suspect In Fire At Sen. Bernie Sanders' Office. Aired 1-2p ET
•Israel Set To Reopen Erez Crossing To Allow Crucial Aid Into Gaza; United States On High Alert For "Significant" Attack By Iran In Middle East; Trump Headlining High-Dollar Campaign Fundraiser Tonight In Florida; Just Two Days Until Solar Eclipse: 32 Million In Path Of Totality; U.S. Oil Prices Top $86 Per Barrel For First Time Since October; March Madness Coming To A Close With Final Games. Aired 12-1p ET

April 05, 2024

•CNN INTERNATIONAL: Israel Opens Aid Crossing In Northern Gaza Under U.S. Pressure; IDF: "Serious Violation" Of Protocols Led To Strike On Aid Convoy; Treasury Secretary Yellen Raises Concerns About Chinese Overcapacity" Being A Risk To The Global Economy; Earthquake Felt In New York And Surrounding Areas; 3 Days Until Solar Eclipse Crosses The U.S.; Taylor Swift Makes Forbes Billionaires List. Aired 3-4p ET
•Soon: NY Governor Kathy Hochul To Speak On Earthquake; White House: Biden Briefed On Northeast Earthquake; U.N. Security Council Felt Quake During Meeting On Gaza. Aired 11:30a-12p ET
•USGS: 4.8 Earthquake Felt In NY And Surrounding Areas; Soon: NY Governor Kathy Hochul To Speak On Earthquake. Aired 11-11:30a ET
•Earthquake Felt in the Vicinity of New York; U.S. Geological Survey Updated Magnitude Number to 4.7; Gov. Hochul's Team Evaluating Potential Effects from Earthquake in New Jersey. Aired 10:30-11a ET
•IDF Blames Mistaken Identification for Strike on Aid Workers; Israel to Open Erez Crossing, Port of Ashdod for Aid. Aired 10-10:30a ET
•CNN International: 4.8 Magnitude Earthquake Hits Northeastern U.S.; New York City Mayor To Address Public After Earthquake; Minutes Away: New York Governor To Hold Briefing. Aired 11a-12p ET
•CNN International: IDF Blames "Mistaken Identification" For Strike On Aid Workers; White House: Biden Demands Changes From Netanyahu; Israel Bracing For Potential Action By Iran. Aired 8-9a ET
•CNN International: Israel Using AI to Help Pick Bombing Targets; Federal Judge Declines to Dismiss Classified Documents Case; Close Call Between Plane, Control Tower Under Investigation; Countdown to Monday's Rare Total Solar Eclipse; Teams Prepare for Tonight's NCAA Final Four. Aired 4:30-5a ET
•CNN International: Joe Biden and Benjamin Netanyahu's Call; White House: Biden Demands Changes from Netanyahu; Netanyahu: Aid Workers' Deaths were Israel's Fault; Rescue Efforts Ongoing After Quake Kills at Least 10 in Taiwan; Testimony Shed Light on Chaotic Afghanistan Evacuations; U.S. Treasury Secretary Yellen in China for Talks. Aired 4-4:30a ET
•More Aid Routes to Open in the Gaza Strip After Biden-Netanyahu Phone Call; New Testimony Examines the 2021 U.S. Withdrawal from Afghanistan. CNN's Ivan Watson Visited the Quake Zone where the Deadliest Earthquake in 25 Years Happened; U.S. Treasury Secretary Returns to China Amid Trade Tensions; Illinois Town Prepares for the Solar Eclipse. Aired 3-4a ET
•President Biden Delivers An Ultimatum To Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu To Protect Civilians In Gaza Or Else; CNN Learns About The Chaotic U.S. Evacuation From Afghanistan In August 2021; Twenty-Five People Missing In Taiwan Earthquake; Judge Aileen Cannon Rejecting An Effort By Former President Trump To Have The Mar-A-Lago Classified Documents Case Tossed Out; U.S. Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen Back In China, Pressures Chinese Leaders On The Threat Of Overcapacity; Report: Israel Using AI To Pick Bombing Targets; $30M In Cash Stolen From Los Angeles Money Storage Facility. Aired 2-2:45a ET
•Israel Says It Will Open New Aid Routes Into Gaza; Rescue Efforts Continue In Wake Of Taiwan Earthquake; State Department Officials Shed Light On Chaotic Afghanistan Evacuation; Firefighter Learns His Dad Was Killed at Scene of Russian Attack; Israel Used AI To Identify Bombing Targets In Gaza; Israel Using A.I. to Help Pick Bombing Targets; Netanyahu: Israel Retaliating after Years of Acts by Iran; Trump Legal Woes; U.S. Treasury Secretary in China for Talks amid Trade Tensions; True Cost of Trash; Close Call Between Plane, Control Tower under Investigation; Countdown to Monday's Rare Total Solar Eclipse. Aired 1-2a ET
•Biden Demands Immediate Temporary Gaza Ceasefire; Rescue Efforts Ongoing after Quake Kills at Least 10; Testimony Sheds Light on chaotic Afghanistan Evacuations; Close Call Between Plane, Control Tower Under Investigation; U.S. Treasury Secretary in China for Talks Amid Trade Tensions; Study: Landfills Emit More Methan Than Thought. Aired 12-12:45a ET

April 04, 2024

•CNN INTERNATIONAL: Biden, Netanyahu Speak After IDF Strike Kills 7 Aid Workers; Testimony Sheds New Light On U.S. Evacuation From Afghanistan; Trump Says He'll Make A Statement On Abortion "Next Week"; Judge Cannon Rejects Trump Bid To Dismiss Classified Docs Case; Thieves Steal $30 Million In Cash From Los Angeles Facility; NASA Launching Planes, Rockets Into Solar Eclipse Path. Aired 3-4p ET
•Judge Slam Jan. 6 "Normalization" While Sentencing Rioter; Caitlin Clark Named Naismith Women's Player Of The Year; $30 Million Stolen In Los Angeles Easter Burglary. Aired 11:30a-12p ET
•Rescue Efforts Continue in Taiwan; Biden Set to Speak With Netanyahu. Aired 11-11:30a ET
•Trump's Attempt to Postpone Criminal Trial in New York Denied by Judge; Amid Gag Order, Trump Comments About New York Judge's Family; Rep. Greene: House Speaker Johnson is a "Damn Fool"; 2024 Total Solar Eclipse; Weather Prediction for Total Solar Eclipse on Monday. Aired 10:30-11a ET
•Today, Angry Biden Talks to Netanyahu About Aid Workers Deaths; Federal Judge Slams Normalization of Jan. 6 While Sentencing Rioters. Aired 10-10:30a ET
•CNN International: Biden "Increasingly Frustrated" Ahead Of Call With Netanyahu; NATO Marks 75th Anniversary In Brussels; NY Judge Denies Trump Motion To Delay Hush Money Case. Aired 11a-12p ET
•CNN International: Rescues Ongoing After Taiwan's Strongest Quake In 25 Years; Kremlin: NATO Is In "Direct Confrontation" With Russia; NATO Marking 75th Anniversary In Brussels. Aired 8-9a ET
•CNN International: Chef Andres: Israel Systematically Targeted Aid Workers; Some U.S. Bridges at Risk of Collapse from Ship Collisions; Uganda Court Upholds Harsh Anti-LGBTQ Law; Millions in the U.S. Expected to Travel for a Better View of Solar Eclipse; Iowa's Caitlin Clark Wins Player of the Year Award. Aired 4:30-5a ET
•CNN International: World Central Kitchen Founder: Israel Systematically Targeted Aid Workers; Growing Fallout Over Deaths of 7 Aid Workers in Gaza; Taiwan Hit by 7.4 Magnitude Earthquake, Strongest in 25 Years; NATO Marking 75th Anniversary in Brussels; Special Counsel Slams Judge's Request in Documents Case. Aired 4-4:30a ET
•WCK Founder Speaks Out After the Death of Seven Aid Workers; Rescue Workers Scrambling to Survive in the Rubble in the Taiwan Earthquake Aftermath; NATO Anniversary to Focus on Ukraine; Israeli War Cabinet Head Calls for an Early Elections, Netanyahu's Party Distanced Himself from Petty Politics; Argentine Workers Protest Against Plans to Cut the Public Service Workforce by its President; Judge Denies Motion to Delay Hush Money Hearing vs. Former U.S. President Donald Trump; Monday's Solar Eclipse Might Not Be Visible in Some States due to Forecasted Weather Conditions. Aired 3-4a ET
•Crews Search For Survivors In Rubble Of Taiwan Quake; Outraged Biden To Speak By Phone With Netanyahu; Leaders to Speak Thursday for First Time Since Killing of Seven Aid Workers; World Central Kitchen Demands Investigation Into Attack; Some Aid Groups Pause Operations in Gaza After Strike; Israeli War Cabinet Member Calls for Early Elections; Uganda Court Upholds Harsh Anti-LGBTQ Law; Four Days Until Total Eclipse Visible in North America. Aired 2-3a ET
•Taiwan Quake Kills Nine, Injures 1,050 with 52 Missing; Fallout Growing Over Israeli Airstrike That Killed 7 Aid Workers; Biden, Netanyahu To Speak By Phone Following Gaza Aid Deaths; N.Y. Judge Denies Trump's Bid To Delay Hush Money Trial; Some U.S. Bridges at Risk of Collapse from Ship Collisions; Chef Andres: Israel Systematically Targeted Aid Workers; Trump Looms Large as NATO mulls Long-term Ukraine Support; Reducing Global Inflation; Two Investors in Trump Media Plead Guilty to Insider Trading; Boston Dad Goes Viral for Daughter Dressing Routine. Aired 1-2a ET
•Fatal Strikes In Kharkiv Claim Five Lives, Raise Concerns; Alliance Plans Aid For Ukraine Amidst U.S. Election Uncertainty; Intelligence On Russian Targets Ignored In ISIS Attack Near Moscow; World Central Kitchen Accuses Israel After Seven Aid Workers Killed; 7.4 Magnitude Quake Hits Taiwan, Leaving Nine Dead And Many Trapped; NATO Alliance Discusses Defense Strategy Amid Rising Tensions With Russia; Chef Andres: Israel 'Systematically' Targeted Aid Workers; Uganda Court Upholds Harsh Anti-LGBTQ Law; 105-Year-Old Eclipse Chaser's Journey. Aired 12-12:45a ET

April 03, 2024

•CNN International: Gaza Aid Worker Deaths Spark Global Outrage; Biden, Sanders Team Up On Lowering Health Care Costs; WSJ Poll: Close Races In Key Battleground States; Trump Attacks Migrants, Warns Of "Biden Border Bloodbath"; Blinken Attends NATO Foreign Ministers Meeting In Brussels; Deadly 7.4 Magnitude Earthquake Hits Taiwan. Aired 3-4p ET
•Special Counsel Rips Judge's Handling Of Trump Document Case; Biden "Outraged" By Deaths Of Seven Aid Workers In Gaza; Countdown To Next Week's Total Solar Eclipse. Aired 11:30a-12p ET
•Gaza Aid Worker Deaths Cause Global Outrage; New Polls Shows Tight Presidential Race; Earthquake Rocks Taiwan. Aired 11-11:30a ET
•Multiple Tornadoes Tear Path of Destruction Across Several States; Violent Storm Destroys Ohio Elementary School; AI-Generated Voice Concerns; OpenAI's New Tool "Voice Engine" Mimics Human Voices; Preparing for the Path of Totality; 2024 Total Solar Eclipse Across America. Aired 10:30-11a ET

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