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The war in Ukraine is spilling onto Russian soil with a recent attack in the Belgorod region. The death toll in a 3-train collision in India is expected to keep rising, nearly 300 people have already died. The Korean peninsula might soon be denuclearized, we tell you why. Ford issues a warning to owners of over 100,000 Lincoln SUVs. And YouTube says it will no longer remove 2020 election denial content from its site.
In his first speech from the Oval Office, President Joe Biden touted the bipartisan budget deal Congress passed to avoid a default. Plus, we’re hearing from a man who witnessed the deadly train collision in India. We also have details on a partial building collapse in Connecticut. Airbnb is suing New York City over short-term housing rental restrictions. Lastly, an investigation is underway at the home of the Kentucky Derby – we’ll...
We start with new developments into a classified document former President Donald Trump referred to on tape. Plus, President Joe Biden is gearing up to deliver a primetime speech from the Oval Office after Congress passed the debt ceiling bill. The search for survivors on the site of a partially collapsed apartment building is entering the recovery phase. We’re also following a deadly train collision in India. And, a federal watchd...
Former Vice President Mike Pence will not face charges over his handling of classified documents. The US wants Russia to come to the table to talk about nuclear arms controls. Russia's invasion of Ukraine hasn't changed how China feels about Taiwan. Things could be looking up for the economy. Plus, you can now see live images from Mars.
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President Joe Biden is getting ready to sign the debt limit bill into law. New figures show the labor market is staying pretty hot. Arizona won't let any developers build in Phoenix over concerns the water supply is drying up. 45 bags containing human remains have been found in a ravine in Mexico. Plus, psammophile is this year's winning word at the National Spelling Bee.
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The Senate has voted to pass the debt ceiling deal, so the US won't be defaulting on its debt. An eight year old who died in immigration custody was denied an ambulance. Millions of people are skipping doses or not filling prescriptions because of the cost of drugs. Ukraine's capital faces criticism after three people died trying to get into a closed bomb shelter. Plus, the NBA finals are officially underway.
The Senate is on track to pass the House’s debt ceiling bill tonight. Plus, a former Playboy model filed a sexual assault lawsuit against Bill Cosby. A White man accused of shooting a Black teen who accidentally rang his doorbell appeared in court today. A federal judge is set to hear a case about Prince Harry’s US visa. Lastly, President Joe Biden tripped following a speech at a graduation ceremony.
Senators are at odds over a deal that would suspend the nation’s debt limit. An 18-year-old is holding out hope that his father will be found alive in a partial apartment building collapse in Davenport, Iowa. We have details on the US Supreme Court’s labor decision in its latest blow to unions. The Senate passed a bill that would block President Joe Biden’s student loan forgiveness plan. And, we’ll tell you about a daring rescue on...
In 2021, a blog post forced the US Coast Guard to confront a problem that had gone unchecked for years. A 19-year-old woman said she was raped while training to work on commercial ships. Then more sexual assault survivors in the industry came forward. In today’s episode, we hear why these women went public and what’s being done about it.
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Guest: Blake Ellis & Melanie Hicken, CNN Investigates Senior Writers
This week marks one year since 19 students and two teachers were killed in a shooting at Robb Elementary School in Uvalde, Texas. In that time, victims’ families say they have not received sufficient answers from authorities as to why they waited 77 minutes before breaching the classroom. In today’s episode, we hear why CNN agreed to show some parents unreleased body camera footage and examine how surviving students are coping.
Many Western cities are grappling with large encampments on the streets as homeless populations grow. In Phoenix, a judge recently ordered one such encampment to be cleared after local residents sued the city for violating public nuisance laws. In today’s episode, we hear from people living in that camp about what comes next and why advocates fear similar legal strategies could soon be used in other cities.
Guest: Gabe Cohen, CNN ...
The Biden administration is preparing for an influx of migrants at the US-Mexico border when the Covid-era border restriction known as Title 42 expires later this week. Officials in El Paso, Texas say they are already running out of space to house asylum seekers. In today’s episode, we hear from migrants on both sides of the border and look at how the policy shift could be felt in other cities across the country.
Guest: Rosa Flor...
Last week, President Joe Biden made it official and announced his 2024 re-election bid. Meanwhile, more Republicans are jumping in the race to challenge apparent frontrunner former President Donald Trump. In today’s episode, we examine how Biden is framing his campaign and hear from voters on how they feel about a possible rematch between Trump and Biden.
Guest: Jeff Zeleny, CNN Chief National Affairs Correspondent
On April 13, 16-year-old Ralph Yarl was shot when he went to the wrong address to pick up his siblings. Days later, 20-year-old Kaylin Gillis was shot and killed in upstate New York after her and a group of friends turned into the wrong driveway. We explore what these types of incidents say about gun culture in America, and how police across the country are preparing for the worst as gun reform remains stalled in Washington.
The Biden administration is expecting an influx of asylum-seekers to arrive at the US-Mexico border next month once Title 42 is lifted. But even before they arrive in Mexico, some migrants must journey through the Darién Gap, a perilous stretch of jungle connecting Central and South America. In today’s episode, we hear from a CNN reporter who made that trek alongside a group of everyday people who were willing to risk treacherous t...
Last week, we got our first look at the case Manhattan prosecutors have brought against Donald Trump. However, some legal experts say the novel way Manhattan District Attorney Alvin Bragg laid out the allegations is largely untested – and could be risky. In today’s episode, a former federal and state prosecutor breaks down the legal strategy on both sides and explains what happens next.
Guest: Elie Honig, CNN Senior Legal Analyst
Donald Trump is expected to be arraigned in New York City this week after a Manhattan grand jury voted to indict the former president, the first time in American history that a current or former president has faced criminal charges. We break down what we know about the investigation, what the arraignment could look like and why this case could be the least of Trump’s legal concerns as the 2024 presidential election draws closer....
In her new CNN series “Searching for Mexico,” actress and activist Eva Longoria goes on a journey across the country to trace her Mexican roots and explore the nation’s identity through its food. In today’s episode, we look back on her favorite moments and examine how the influence of colonization has shaped Mexican cuisine over time.
Guest: Eva Longoria
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The Federal Reserve is scheduled to meet this week for the first time since the collapse of Silicon Valley Bank. The key question: will the largest failure of a US bank since 2008 change its approach to fighting inflation? In today’s episode we look at how we got here, the emergency response, and if the average customer can have faith in their money going forward.
Guest: Christine Romans, CNN Chief Business Correspondent
The FAA is scheduled to hold an industry-wide safety summit this week after a series of aviation safety incidents around the country, including a number of close calls on the runways of our nation’s busiest airports. In today’s episode, we take a closer look at these runway incursions and hear why some pilots say the system is as stressed as it's ever been.
Guest: Pete Muntean, CNN Transportation Correspondent
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