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Anchored by David Muir, the broadcast draws upon an award-winning team of correspondents, producers and off-air reporters. October See All. October Thursday, Oct 14, FDA panel votes to recommend Moderna booster shot; Teen sentenced to maximum time in prison for killing student; Farmers working hard to supply pumpkins for the season NR.

Wednesday, Oct 13, Biden meets with business leaders over bottlenecks; William Shatner makes history as oldest man in space; Union says film, television crews will strike nationwide NR. Tuesday, Oct 12, Autopsy shows Gabby Petito died by strangulation; Las Vegas Raiders head coach res after reportedly vulgar s; Brothers reunited for 1st time in 50 years NR. Thursday, Oct 07, Pfizer applies for authorization of vaccines for kids 5 to 11 years old; Federal judge temporarily blocks Texas abortion law; Criminal investigation opened into California oil spill NR.

Wednesday, Oct 06, 4 injured in Texas high school shooting; Coast Guard calls California oil spill 'major marine casualty'; Los Angeles passes sweeping vaccine mandate NR. September See All. September Thursday, Sep 30, Nationwide vaccine mandate deadline approaches; Congress passes last-minute deal to avert shutdown; New California law returns ownership of Bruce's Beach NR.

Wednesday, Sep 29, 7 injured in partial Dallas building collapse; CDC urged pregnant women, nursing mothers to get vaccinated; Judge rules Britney Spears' dad, Jamie, suspended from conservatorship NR. Monday, Sep 27, R. Kelly found guilty on all counts; Investigation into deadly derailment of Amtrak train; Worst fuel crisis in Britain in decades NR. Sunday, Sep 19, Body found in search for Gabby Petito; Military plane falls from sky, crashes in populated area; SpaceX splashes down, marking another successful mission NR.

Friday, Sep 17, Texas city declares state of emergency over migrants; US admits error in Afghanistan drone strike that killed 7 children; SpaceX crew answers questions from children at St. Jude NR. Thursday, Sep 16, Capitol security ramps up ahead of weekend protests; Video shows missing woman days before disappearance; All-civilian crew completes 1st full day in space NR.

Wednesday, Sep 15, Olympic gymnasts testify in Congress about sexual abuse; Boyfriend named person of interest in search for missing woman; SpaceX launches 1st private flight to space NR. Thursday, Sep 09, Justice Department sues Texas over abortion law; Vaccines to be required for businesses with plus employees: Biden; Klobuchar reveals cancer diagnosis NR.

August See All. August Thursday, Aug 19, Taliban uses guns, batons on civilians as US tries to evacuate thousands; Standoff between bomb suspect and authorities last hours on Capitol Hill; American Airlines extends alcohol bans until NR. Wednesday, Aug 18, Chaos continues outside of Kabul airport; Biden administration prepares booster shot rollout; Devastating wildfire travels through Northern California NR. Tuesday, Aug 17, Thousands race to escape Kabul airport; Heavy rain halts rescue operations after Haiti quake; Federal health officials expected to recommend booster shots NR.

Thursday, Aug 12, US troops sent to evacuate embassy in Afghanistan; FDA plans to authorize 3rd vaccine shot for immunocompromised; Fauci discusses need for vaccine booster shot NR. July See All. July Wednesday, Jul 28, Biles will not compete in gymnastics all-around; Senate announces bipartisan deal on infrastructure bill; Wildfires in West cause air pollution NR.

Tuesday, Jul 27, Capitol police officers testify to Jan. Friday, Jul 23, Protesters outside Olympic stadium can be heard inside venue; As car prices soar, some sell theirs back for a profit; Firefighters return home a month after Surfside collapse NR.

Friday, Jul 16, 2 charged, accused of planning to bomb Democratic headquarters; Catastrophic flooding in Europe kills at least ; NFL star Richard Sherman apologizes after domestic violence arrest NR. June See All. June Wednesday, Jun 30, Across the country, kids are keeping cool in the heat; Bill Cosby released from prison after conviction overturned; NCAA to allow athletes to profit from names, likenesses NR. Monday, Jun 28, Families leave memorials at Surfside building collapse; Gen.

Sunday, Jun 27, Officials continue search for survivors of apartment building collapse; Efforts for bipartisan infrastructure plan intensify; Mystery unfolds in Boston suburb attack NR. Saturday, Jun 26, Families cling to hope as search for survivors continues; Hot air balloon accident kills 5 in New Mexico; Tributes pour in for those uned for in apartment building collapse NR.

Thursday, Jun 24, Beachfront condominium collapses in South Florida; Man discusses responding to condo collapse; Biden, bipartisan group of senators reach deal on infrastructure bill NR. Tuesday, Jun 15, Biden to hold high-stakes summit with Putin on Wednesday; Firefighters work to put out massive chemical plant fire; American Airlines pilot gives lifesaving advice mid flight NR.

Sunday, Jun 13, Federal judge dismisses vaccine lawsuit; Biden prepares for summit with Putin; Israel elects new prime minister NR. Saturday, Jun 12, Biden meets with French president; Manhunt underway for mass shooting suspect at large; Enhanced unemployment benefits begin to expire in 4 states NR. May See All. May Sunday, May 30, At least 2 dead, nearly 2 dozen wounded in mass shooting in Miami-Dade; Millions hit the skies for Memorial Day weekend; Controversial voting measure set to become law in Texas NR.

Saturday, May 29, Eric Riddick, who served 29 years for crime he didn't commit, fights to clear name; US Government warns of growing cyber threats; Air fares reach pre-pandemic highs NR. Thursday, May 27, New details about suspected San Jose shooter who killed 9; Vaccination sites open in some airports ahead of big travel weekend; Battle in Senate for Jan. Wednesday, May 19, Mask rules should be made at local level: CDC director; Biden tells Israel's prime minister to seek cease-fire; Little boy with celiac disease shares emotional letter NR.

Saturday, May 15, Middle East conflict escalates as neither side backs down; Mounting confusion over mask mandates; Chicago school administrator donates kidney to young boy diagnosed with Wilm's tumor NR. Friday, May 14, Fully vaccinated people can go without masks indoors and in large crowds: CDC; Fuel starts flowing after Colonial Pipeline restarts operations; Florida fire department welcomes 15 babies among staff NR.

Thursday, May 13, Fully vaccinated people can go without masks indoors and in large crowds: CDC; Fuel starts flowing after Colonial Pipeline restarts operations; Florida fire department welcomes 15 babies among staff NR. Wednesday, May 12, Colonial Pipeline restarts operations, gas prices spike; House Republicans vote to remove Cheney from leadership; year-old graduate shares inspiring words NR. April See All. April Sunday, Apr 25, 93rd Oscars ceremony expected to be unlike any other; Calls grow to release body camera footage of Andrew Brown Jr.

March See All. March Tuesday, Mar 30, Teenage bystander testifies in Derek Chauvin trial; year-old Asian American woman viciously attacked; Teachers welcome students as they return to the classroom NR. Sunday, Mar 28, Former Minneapolis police officer murder trial set to begin; Flood waters cause massive devastation in Tennessee; Efforts to refloat massive ship blocking Suez Canal expected to NR. Thursday, Mar 25, Deadly tornadoes slam South, people injured; Biden hosts first press conference, emergency at border; Man accused of supermarket mass shooting appears in court NR.

Tuesday, Mar 23, 10 killed in supermarket shooting in Boulder, Colorado; Police uncover missed als as they investigate Boulder shooting; White House under fire, accused of not having a plan for border NR. Monday, Mar 22, Person of interest in custody after shooting at grocery store in Boulder, Colorado; Some Capitol riot suspects could be charged with sedition; Severely overcrowded tent facility on Southern border NR.

Saturday, Mar 20, Millions of families prepare to send kids back to school; Atlanta mourns 8 people killed in a string of shootings; Sister Jean cheers Loyola Chicago to victory NR. Monday, Mar 15, Men charged for assaulting Capitol police officer; Air travel across the country increases, spring break crowds in Florida; Nurse vaccinates both of her grandmothers NR.

Saturday, Mar 13, Stimulus checks heading out to most Americans; Massive storm bears down on central US; Basketball announcer loses job after caught using racial slurs NR. February See All. February Sunday, Feb 28, Donald Trump makes first public appearance since leaving office; 2nd woman reportedly comes forward against New York governor; Doctor serves those who need her most NR.

Jackson NR. Monday, Feb 22, Grim milestone:virus deaths in US; Midair explosion, debris over homes; Capitol officer speaks out, feared for his life during riot NR. Saturday, Feb 20, Plane loses engine on flight out of Denver; Texas declared major disaster zone; Debate intensifies over reopening public schools NR. Friday, Feb 19, Millions struggling to find clean water as power comes back in Texas; 6 million vaccines delayed by weather as Pfizer adjusts storage requirements; Volunteers answer the call in Texas NR. Thursday, Feb 18, Families regain power in Texas, food and water shortages continue; Sen.

Tuesday, Feb 16, Millions without power in Texas, death toll rising; 1st federal mass vaccination sites open in Los Angeles and Oakland; Nearly 2 years after inferno: A look at Notre Dame's restoration progress NR. January See All. January Sunday, Jan 31, Monster nor'easter takes aim; Investors wonder what will happen on Wall Street next? Monday, Jan 25, House delivers article of impeachment against Trump to Senate; Biden aiming for 1.

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Wednesday, Jan 20, Joseph R. Monday, Jan 18, Across the nation, Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Friday, Jan 15, FBI prepares for Inauguration Day, institutes security lockdowns; Outrage over vaccine rollout as states receive fewer doses of vaccine; year-old girl writes emotional letter to DC police officer NR. Thursday, Jan 14, Officials shut down entire Capitol complex ahead of Inauguration Day threats; Mass vaccination sites struggle to meet soaring demand; Calls for Capitol police officer to receive congressional honor NR.

Wednesday, Jan 13, Trump becomes 1st president impeached twice, Senate trial up next; More arrests made in connection to Capitol siege; Johnson and Johnson says 1-shot vaccine shows promising in early trial NR. December See All.

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