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We bring you 5 stories that will get you up to speed and on with your day. Updates at 6am, 9am, 12pm, 5pm and 10pm Eastern, every weekday.

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We bring you 5 stories that will get you up to speed and on with your day. Updates at 6am, 9am, 12pm, 5pm and 10pm Eastern, every weekday.

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English


Episodes

5 PM ET: Illinois massacre latest, Nipsey Hussle’s death, vitamin D overdose & more

7/6/2022
Police say a man charged in a deadly 4th of July parade shooting in Highland Park, Illinois considered carrying out a second attack – we’ll break down the developments. Brittney Griner’s wife spoke to President Joe Biden and Vice President Kamala Harris. A former Trump administration official and key witness in the investigation about the Capitol insurrection has agreed to testify. A man has been convicted in the shooting death of rapper Nipsey Hussle – we’ll take you inside the courtroom....

Duration:00:05:29

12 PM ET: Shooting suspect confessed, Dreamers' future unclear, travel hacks & more

7/6/2022
The man accused of killing seven people and injuring dozens of others during a July 4th parade made his first court appearance today – we'll give you the latest details. In New Orleans, a federal appeals court discussed the legality of the Obama-era DACA program. We'll talk about how some Democrats are feeling about President Joe Biden's leadership. Plus, if you'll be traveling this summer, we'll tell you why it's worth thinking about going to Europe, as well as what you may need to prepare...

Duration:00:05:22

9 AM ET: IL shooting suspect, Uvalde 'cover-up' claim, Sri Lanka bankrupt & more

7/6/2022
We start with more details about the suspect in Monday's Highland Park shooting, including previous police call outs. Meanwhile, the Mayor of Uvalde, Texas says he's worried about a cover-up as officials investigate the response to the mass shooting at Robb Elementary. People in the Donetsk region in Ukraine are being told to evacuate as Russian forces advance. Sri Lanka's Prime Minister says his country is bankrupt. Plus, we'll bring you new details about Jayland Walker's death, after he...

Duration:00:05:19

6 AM ET: Shooting death toll rises, Trump circle subpoenaed, huge data leak & more

7/6/2022
We start this episode with news that the death toll of Monday's Highland Park shooting has risen to 7. Several allies of former President Donald Trump have been subpoenaed by the Georgia grand jury investigating attempts to overturn the 2020 election result. In the UK, British Prime Minister Boris Johnson is under pressure as key lawmakers resign from his cabinet. Fighting in the Donbas region of Ukraine continues - we'll bring you a round up of the latest. Plus, almost a billion people have...

Duration:00:05:13

10 PM ET: Illinois shooting charges, Justice Department lawsuit, oil prices & more

7/5/2022
A suspect accused of opening fire at a 4th of July parade in Highland Park, Illinois has been charged – we have the latest. The US Justice Department is challenging Arizona’s new voter registration requirement for federal elections. Uvalde’s mayor is voicing his fears about an investigation into law enforcement’s response to a deadly elementary school shooting. NATO has started ratifying Finland and Sweden’s membership bids to join the bloc. Lastly, we’ll explain why falling oil and gas...

Duration:00:05:01

5 PM ET: Parade shooting suspect, UK government resignations, Medal of Honor recipients & more

7/5/2022
We begin with new details about a deadly mass shooting at a parade in Highland Park, Illinois. Plus, a Georgia grand jury has subpoenaed a number of former President Donald Trump’s key allies – we’ll tell you who. Several people in the UK government have resigned – we’ll explain why. Florida’s 15-week abortion ban will stay in effect despite a judge’s order. Lastly, President Joe Biden honored four Vietnam War veterans with the most prestigious decoration in the US military. To learn more...

Duration:00:05:27

12 PM ET: IL shooting suspect, US stocks fall, Amazon deforesting & more

7/5/2022
Authorities have arrested a suspect in connection with yesterday’s deadly mass shooting in Highland Park, Illinois – we’ll tell you what local officials about him. The US stock market took a tumble this morning and recession fears are growing from Wall Street to the World Bank. Air travel over the holiday weekend wasn’t as bad as others this year – but it could get worse in the coming months. Google will erase certain location data in the wake of the Supreme Court overturning Roe v. Wade....

Duration:00:05:30

9 AM ET: Highland Park latest, Brittney Griner's letter, glued to art & more

7/5/2022
We begin this episode in the Chicago suburbs where one of the victims of the Highland Park shooting has been named. The mayor of Akron, Ohio has declared a state of emergency and issued a curfew overnight, CNN's Polo Sandoval brings us the latest. Brittney Griner wrote a letter to President Joe Biden - we'll tell you what was in it. 30,000 people are under evacuation orders, or are preparing for them in Australia after heavy flooding in the country's most populated state. And finally, in the...

Duration:00:05:22

6 AM ET: Jul. 4 shootings, Ukraine losses, Wimbledon fines & more

7/5/2022
In this episode we bring you the latest on a mass shooting in that happened at a parade in a suburb north of Chicago. President Joe Biden reacted with shock to the shooting. Meanwhile two police officers have been shooting at another shooting in Philadelphia. Ukraine's President Volodymyr Zelensky says his troops have no alternative but to keep fighting. And finally, a fiery tennis match at Wimbledon ended in some hefty fines. To learn more about how CNN protects listener privacy, visit...

Duration:00:05:24

5 PM ET: Parade shooting, Listeria outbreak, dangerous heat & more

7/4/2022
We begin with a manhunt for a shooter who opened fire at a 4th of July parade in Highland Park, Illinois. Body cam footage of police fatally shooting a Black man in Ohio sparked protests. We’ll also tell you about a deadly Listeria outbreak in the US linked to one ice cream brand. Plus, this week’s weather forecast is packing a one-two punch: excessive heat and severe storms. Lastly, it’s been a turbulent holiday travel season for many people flying but things are looking up. To learn more...

Duration:00:05:29

12 PM ET: Bullet examined, TikTok concerns, US patriotism & more

7/4/2022
The January 6 House select committee is hearing from more people and considering multiple criminal referrals after its explosive hearing last week. A local police chief is apologizing after officers partook in problematic training practices. The US has examined the bullet that killed a Palestinian-American journalist in the West Bank in May – we’ll tell you what the State Department determined. The FCC wants TikTok off US app stores and the company is pushing back. Plus, Americans aren’t...

Duration:00:05:54

6 AM ET: Another police shooting, travel chaos, Giant African land snail & more

7/4/2022
In this episode CNN's Polo Sandoval brings you the latest on a police investigation after authorities shot a 25-year-old Black man in Akron, OH. We bring up to speed with the holiday travel chaos. There was another shooting this weekend, but this time in the Danish capital, Copenhagen. In Ukraine, Russian troops have claimed control of the last remaining Ukrainian-controlled city in the eastern Luhansk province. Finally, why residents in New Port Richey, Florida are quarantining (no, it's...

Duration:00:04:41

Sunday Edition: The State(s) of Abortion in America

7/3/2022
In the days following the Supreme Court opinion which overturned Roe v. Wade,states have been left to decide how to regulate abortion. We examine the fallout in Missouri, where an abortion ban is forcing patients to travel across state lines for care and pushing local prosecutors to consider whether or not they’ll enforce it. Guest: Alexandra Field, CNN Correspondent To learn more about how CNN protects listener privacy, visit cnn.com/privacy

Duration:00:15:06

3 PM ET: Airline overscheduling, Jayland Walker, SCOTUS picketing protection & more

7/2/2022
Airline pilots say they are overworked as Americans take to the skies for the July 4th holiday. Akron, Ohio braces for the release of body cam video in the death of Jayland Walker. The Supreme Court wants Maryland to enforce laws that prohibit picketing outside Justices’ homes. Safety experts fear irresponsible fireworks use could spark wildfires. And the US men’s soccer team clinches a spot in the 2024 Olympics. To learn more about how CNN protects listener privacy, visit cnn.com/privacy

Duration:00:05:10

10 AM ET: NY gun law, holiday travel woes, TX slavery curriculum & more

7/2/2022
New York quickly responds to a Supreme Court gun ruling by passing a new gun safety law. Air travel is shaping up to be an absolute mess this holiday weekend. A Texas State Board of Education working group suggests using the term “involuntarily relocated” when discussing the slave trade. Monkeypox cases are on the rise in the US. And a semi-truck full of bees overturns on a Utah highway (the bees were not pleased). To learn more about how CNN protects listener privacy, visit cnn.com/privacy

Duration:00:05:30

10 PM ET: Ukraine military aid, ‘Cryptoqueen’ wanted, holiday forecast & more

7/1/2022
The US is giving Ukraine another round of military aid – we have the details. We’ll also hear from the wife of WNBA star, Brittney Griner, who’s detained in Russia. Plus, we have an update about who may have contacted a former Trump White House aide before she testified during a Capitol insurrection hearing. A woman accused of scamming investors out of billions is on the FBI’s ten most-wanted list. Lastly, we’ll explain why you’ll want to check your local forecast or flight status this...

Duration:00:04:51

5 PM ET: Russian missile strikes, Emmett Till case, Minecraft YouTuber dead & more

7/1/2022
We begin with President Joe Biden’s meeting with Democratic governors on abortion rights. We’re also following a deadly Russian strike on a residential building and recreation center in Ukraine. Then, we’ll hear from a civil rights activist following the discovery of an unserved arrest warrant in the death of Emmett Till. A popular online gamer on YouTube has died – we have the details on his passing. Lastly, some famous names are set to receive the nation’s highest civilian honor. To learn...

Duration:00:05:13

12 PM ET: Griner trial begins, Cheney's political fight, Uber safety & more

7/1/2022
The trial for American basketball star Brittney Griner, who has been detained in Russia since February, started today. It comes as one Ukrainian city was hit with several airstrikes overnight, as Russia's war in the country rages on. We'll break down the major election implications of a redistricting case the Supreme Court will hear next term if North Carolina Republicans get their way. Plus, GOP Congresswoman Liz Cheney is fighting for political survival. And lastly, Uber releases its...

Duration:00:06:00

9 AM ET: Witness tampering claim, Americans unhappy, Griner on trial & more

7/1/2022
In this episode we bring you the latest from the January 6 House select committee, as star witness Cassidy Hutchinson says she was contacted by someone trying to influence her testimony. New polls show the vast majority of Americans are unhappy with the state of the US - we'll tell you why. Brittney Griner is on trial in Russia today. Back in the US, a judge has ruled that the family of Gabby Petito can sue her fiance's family. Finally, a Himalayan kingdom that charges tourists $200 a night....

Duration:00:05:23

6 AM ET: Holiday travel chaos, Costa Rica man hunt, Emmett Till discovery & more

7/1/2022
We start with a warning about travel chaos heading into the holiday weekend, with one airline already cancelling flights. In Florida, a judge says he'll block a new state law banning abortion from 15 weeks. A woman has been arrested in Costa Rica after she was accused of killing an elite cyclist in the US - we'll tell you how US Marshalls tracked her down. Hong Kong is marking 25 years since the British gave the city back to China. Plus, a newly discovered arrest warrant has Emmett Till's...

Duration:00:05:02