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CNN NEWSROOM
• Thailand Cave Rescue; U.S. Trade War; U.S.-North Korean Relations; U.S. Immigration Debate; 2018 World Cup. Aired 12m-12:30a ET
• Thailand Cave Rescue; U.S. Trade War; U.S.-North Korean Relations; U.S. Immigration Debate; Mother of Murdered Son Runs for Congress; 2018 World Cup. Aired 2-2:30a ET
• Thailand Cave Rescue; U.S. Trade War; U.S.-North Korean Relations; U.S. Immigration Debate; 2018 World Cup; Talking with David Sedaris. Aired 3-3:30a ET
• Efforts Continue to Rescue Boys Soccer Team and Coach Trapped in Cave in Thailand; North Korea Calls Meeting with U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo Regrettable; President Trump to Attend Meeting of NATO Members and Then Meet with Russian President Putin; Congressman Jim Jordan Accused of Knowing about Sexual Abuse of Ohio State University Wrestlers; World Cup Moves into Quarter Finals. Aired 10- 11a ET
• Efforts Continue to Rescue Boys Soccer Team and Coach Trapped in Cave in Thailand; North Korea Calls Meeting with U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo Regrettable; Rep. Susan DelBene Interviewed; President Trump to Attend Meeting of NATO Members and Then Meet with Russian President Putin; President Trump's Legal Team Indicates President Will Likely Not Accept Questioning from Special Counsel Robert Mueller; Decade of Reality TV Reviewed. Aired 2-3p ET
• U.S. Immigration Debate; U.S. Trade War; Thailand Cave Rescue; Trump White House; U.K. Nerve Agent Mystery; Eight Dead as Record Flooding Hits Japan; 2018 World Cup. Aired 4-5a ET
• U.S. Immigration Debate; Trump White House; U.S.-North Korean Relations; Thailand Cave Rescue; Eight Dead as Record Flooding Hits Japan; U.S. Trade War; U.K. Nerve Agent Mystery; 2018 World Cup. Aired 5-6a ET
• Thai Navy Official: Rescue of Soccer Team May "Happen Soon" as Monsoon Rains Move In; Cave Rescue Physically, Emotionally Draining for Soccer Team, Rescuers; Anti-Gun Violence Protests Shut Down Parts of Chicago Freeway; North Korea: U.S. Attitude on Talks "Regrettable," Still Have Faith in Trump; Trump Lawyers' New Demands Before a Mueller Interview; Mueller Team: Manafort Trial Has Trump Campaign Connection; NATO Servicemember Killed in Afghanistan; Winds Whip Wildfires Raging in Southern California; Some Immigrant Parents Demand They Be Reunited with Kids Now. Aired 1-2p ET
• Thai Navy Official: Rescue of Soccer Team May "Happen Soon" as Monsoon Rains Move In; North Korea: U.S. Attitude on Talks "Regrettable," Still Have Faith in Trump; Trump Administration Resorts to DNA Testing Ahead of Deadline to Reunite Immigrant Families; Trump Lawyers' New Demands Before a Mueller Interview; WAPO: Mueller Team: Manafort Trial Has Trump Campaign Connection; White House Officials Worried Trump Will Get Played by Putin at Summit; Heat, Winds Intensify Wildfires Raging in Southern California. Aired 3-4p ET
• There Are 12 Boys All Under 16 And Their Coach, Are Trapped In Cave In Northern Thailand; Talks Between The U.S. And North Korea Have Apparently Hit A Snag; President Trump's Defense Of An Ohio Congressman Accused Of Turning A Blind Eye To Years Of Alleged Sexual Abuse Back When He Was A College Wrestling Coach; The New Clues After A British Couple Was Poisoned With The Same Nerve Agent That Nearly Killed An Ex-Russian Spy; President Trump Will Meet With Queen Elizabeth Next Week. Aired 4-5p ET
• Thai Navy Official: Rescue of Soccer Team May "Happen Soon"; Anti-Gun Protesters Shut Down Part of Chicago Freeway; NK: U.S. Attitude on Talks "Regrettable". Aired 11-12p ET
• North Korea: U.S. Attitude Towards Talks "Regrettable"; Georgia Company Makes Game Tables With Dual Roles; Rep. Jordan Denies Accusations He Turned Blind Eye to Abuse; China Hits Back With Tariffs on $34 Billion in U.S. Goods. Aired 12n-1p ET
• Americans Trapped in Port-au-Prince Hotel Amid Violent Protests over Rising Fuel Prices; Trump Administration Resorts to DNA Testing Ahead of Deadline to Reunite Immigrant Families; Heat, Winds Intensify Wildfires Raging in Southern California. Aired 5-6p ET
• Twelve Boys All Under 16 And Their Coach Began Their Nightmare Two Weeks Ago When They Got Stuck In A Cave; California Had An Extreme Heat Wave And Gusty Winds Are Fueling At Least Several Wildfires Across The State; Violent Protests In Haiti; U.S./North Korea Nuclear Talks Maybe Hitting A Snag; Donald Trump's Next Week Could Be The Most Important Of His Presidency; Trump Administration Tells A Federal Judge In San Diego It May Need More Time To Reunite Migrant Families. Aired 7-8p ET
• Twelve Boys All Under 16 And Their Coach Began Their Nightmare Two Weeks Ago When They Got Stuck In A Cave; California Extreme Heat Wave, Wildfires Across The State; Violent Protests In Haiti; U.S./North Korea Nuclear Talks Maybe Hitting A Snag; Donald Trump's Next Week Could Be The Most Important Of His Presidency; Trump Administration Tells A Federal Judge In San Diego It May Need More Time To Reunite Migrant Families; Trump Defends Putin Ahead Of One-On- One Meeting; Firefighters Battle Hot Temperatures & Strong Winds In California; Pruitt Out, Ex-Coal Lobbyist Takes Over EPA; Former Republican: I Hope Dems Win In November; Trapped Boys Running Out Of Air: Rescue Many Happen "Soon". Aired 8-9p ET


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