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  • 908 - CNN Tonight Update For May 24, 2022

    There is no new episode of the CNN Tonight showcast. If you haven’t already, please check out CNN’s other podcasts and showcasts at cnn.com/audio. To learn more about how CNN protects listener privacy, visit cnn.com/privacy

    Wed, 25 May 2022
  • 907 - Trump-Pence Rift Widens On Eve of Georgia Primary

    The Trump-Pence rift widens as Georgia voters head to the polls and Pence campaigns for a Georgia Governor who wouldn’t help overturn the 2020 election. That, as in-person voting surges in the State, despite a controversial new voting law that critics feared would lead to a fall-off. Pence has signaled he’s open to a 2024 run during an interview with the NYT, but a Trump spokesman says the former vice president is “desperate to chase his lost relevance”. Who is right? Plus, the Pennsylvania GOP Senate race is likely headed to a recount, Kate Moss is expected to testify in the Depp-Heard defamation trial, a civil suit accusing Bill Cosby of sexual assaulting a teenage girl in the 1970’s heads to trial, nearly 100 cases of monkeypox are confirmed in 15 countries, and a life sentence is handed to a Russian soldier at the first war crime trial since the invasion of Ukraine began. To learn more about how CNN protects listener privacy, visit cnn.com/privacy

    Tue, 24 May 2022
  • 906 - Supreme Tension Over Roe V. Wade

    Internal SCOTUS tensions flare as it edges closer to overturning Roe v. Wade, with justices beginning to publicly call each other out on the issue. That, as Oklahoma abortion providers brace for a near-total ban, with Republican Governor Kevin Stitt set to sign a bill that bans the procedure “from fertilization”, and allows civil suits to be brought against anyone helping to access abortion services. Could we see a health care crisis if Roe is overturned? 21-year-old Russian soldier Vadim Shishimarin stands trial in the first war crime case since Russia invaded Ukraine and pleads guilty to shooting an unarmed 62-year-old civilian. CNN Tonight brings you what he had to say in a Kyiv courtroom. Plus, Georgia could see a rematch of the 2018 Abrams/Kemp battle for Governor, and a W.H.O. official is concerned the monkeypox outbreak “could accelerate” this summer. How concerned should Americans be? Hosted by Laura Coates. To learn more about how CNN protects listener privacy, visit cnn.com/privacy

    Sat, 21 May 2022
  • 905 - Oklahoma Poised To Ban Abortion “From Fertilization”

    The Oklahoma legislature passes the nation’s most restrictive abortion bill, banning abortions from the moment of fertilization and allowing private citizens to sue abortion providers who “knowingly” perform or induce an abortion “on a pregnant woman”. Dr. Yashica Robinson, Medical Director of the Alabama Women’s Center, and Nancy Northup, President of the Center for Reproductive Rights, join to discuss. Nina Jankowicz is the former head of the newly created Disinformation Governance Board. She joins CNN Tonight to talk about her resignation three-weeks after being appointed, following attacks from far-right influencers who push the disinformation she was tasked with governing. Plus, Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack joins to update on the Biden administration’s efforts to solve the baby formula shortage crisis. Hosted by Laura Coates. To learn more about how CNN protects listener privacy, visit cnn.com/privacy

    Fri, 20 May 2022
  • 904 - Oz, McCormick Deadlocked In Key GOP Senate Primary

    Dave McCormick and Trump-endorsed Memhet Oz are deadlocked in a too-close-to-call Pennsylvania GOP Senate primary, as mail-in ballots are being counted in race that could impact the balance of power in Washington. Jonathan Wackrow is a corporate security consultant. He joins CNN Tonight to discuss the “around-the-clock security” U.S. Marshals are to provide at the homes of Supreme Court justices ahead of their upcoming abortion ruling. Plus, Professor Michael Eric Dyson joins to discuss how to combat racist extremism in the wake of the Buffalo shootings, an ex-officer pleads guilty to the manslaughter of George Floyd, the House agrees $28 million in funding to address the national baby formula shortage, and a key lawmaker says UFO’s pose a “potential national security threat” as Congress holds its first UFO hearing in half a century. Hosted by Laura Coates. To learn more about how CNN protects listener privacy, visit cnn.com/privacy

    Thu, 19 May 2022
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