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CNN's lead DC anchor and chief Washington correspondent, Jake Tapper, hosts this two-hour long weekday afternoon program, with headlines from around the country and the world, the top stories in national and international news, politics, health, money, the environment, sports and popular culture. The Lead also concentrates on bringing stories that aren't found on front pages—buried leads—to the forefront.

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CNN's lead DC anchor and chief Washington correspondent, Jake Tapper, hosts this two-hour long weekday afternoon program, with headlines from around the country and the world, the top stories in national and international news, politics, health, money, the environment, sports and popular culture. The Lead also concentrates on bringing stories that aren't found on front pages—buried leads—to the forefront.

    Democratic divide pushes Biden agenda to brink of collapse; CNN on the Mexican side of border as migrants cross into Texas; Daily death average in U.S. tops 2,000, highest in 6 months; FBI asks for tips as search intensifies for Petito’s fiancé

    Democratic divide pushes Biden agenda to brink of collapse; CNN on the Mexican side of border as migrants cross into Texas; Daily death average in U.S. tops 2,000, highest in 6 months; FBI asks for tips as search intensifies for Petito’s fiancé

    NOW: Biden meets with key Dems at crucial moment for his agenda; Pelosi after WH meeting: “we are calm and everybody’s good;” Biden tries to bridge divide between progressive, moderate Dems; DHS releasing some Haitian migrants into the U.S. while hundreds more have been immediately deported; Daily death average in U.S. tops 2,000, highest in 6 months; Right now: CDC scientists pouring over booster data for 65+ as we await the FDA’s final sign off; U.S. donating additional 500m doses, bringing total to 1.1b globally; Dive team joins search for fiancé after Gabby Petito’s death rules a homicide; Economics warn of dire consequences if U.S. defaults into debt; Debt default could cost millions of jobs, tank stock market

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    • 37分
    Up to 30,000 Haitians could be traveling to U.S. border; Biden urges global unity in first United Nations address; Trump critics among some lawmakers facing new threats of violence; Dems try to force vote on govt spending, debt ceiling showdowns

    Up to 30,000 Haitians could be traveling to U.S. border; Biden urges global unity in first United Nations address; Trump critics among some lawmakers facing new threats of violence; Dems try to force vote on govt spending, debt ceiling showdowns

    Texas border town slammed with nearly 9,000 migrants, 30,000 more could be on the way; WH: horrified by border agents aggressively confronting migrants; Schumer calls on Biden to “immediately” end deportation of Haitians; Biden on Border as crisis deepens: were getting it under control”; Biden: U.S. shifting form “relentless war” to “relentless democracy”; Biden at U.N.: “we are not seeking a new cold war”; Soon: Biden meets with UK leader amid spat with France; NYT: GOP lawmaker who voted to impeach Trump now needs extra security for himself & family; U.S. capitol police: 107 % rise in threats against lawmakers in 2021 vs 2020; New book details Trump’s obsessions with attempts to reverse 2020 election; Memo: Trump’s legal team created six-step scheme for Pence to overturn 2020 election; New book: Pelosi believed Trump had been “crazy for a long time,” Gen Milley agreed; New book: Hope Hicks was among senior advisers who tried to get Trump to move on from losing 2020 election; Tonight: House votes to avert government shutdown; Dems locked in flight over Biden agenda; Progressives, moderates deeply divided over Biden agenda; Rep. Ocasio-Cortez: democratic moderates “want to hold the entire country’s agenda hostage:”; J&J: vaccine booster provides 94% protection against COVID; Pittsburgh hospital cites “historic” number of children patients in its emergency department; Two-thirds of Kentucky hospitals facing staffing shortages; Experts worry upcoming flu season could be severe; Hundreds of heath care employees suspended in NC for vaccine non-compliance;

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    • 36分
    U.S. COVID deaths surpasses 675,000; Higher than 1918 flu pandemic; Critical week for Pelosi to unite party, get Biden agenda passed; Biden’s domestic agenda enters pivotal time on Capitol Hill;

    U.S. COVID deaths surpasses 675,000; Higher than 1918 flu pandemic; Critical week for Pelosi to unite party, get Biden agenda passed; Biden’s domestic agenda enters pivotal time on Capitol Hill;

    Pfizer: vaccine is safe for children 5-11, generated “robust” antibody response; Ex-FDA chief: vaccine for younger kids may be available by late October; DC mayor mandates vaccines for all teachers, daycare providers; San Francisco mayor defiant after breaking city’s mask rules; U.S. averaging 147K+ new infections and 1,900+ deaths a day; Pfizer now accounts for nearly 70% of all COVID shots given in U.S.; DOW sinks as Wall Street fears turn to China; Biden admin to ease travel restrictions on vaccinated foreigners flying to U.S., land crossings still closed; Rep. Ocasio-Cortez insists she’s a “no” vote on $1.2 trillion infrastructure bill if larger $3.5T package not included; Moderate Sen. Manchin urges democrats to slow down on $3.5T economic package; Biden facing a growing number of domestic & global issues; Biden faced with foreign policy turmoil ahead of U.N. speech; Biden’s approval rating falls to lowest point in his term; New book explores the rise of anger division in us politics; Psaki: Biden, Macron to speak “in the coming days”; France: we were never informed U.S. was doing sub deal; Source: U.S. officials surprised by French submarine outrage; Right now: Canadians voting in race pushed by Prime Minister Trudeau as his poll numbers drop;

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    • 36分
    America’s Longest War: What Went Wrong in Afghanistan, Part 2

    America’s Longest War: What Went Wrong in Afghanistan, Part 2

    In the second part of our special miniseries, “America's Longest War: What Went Wrong in Afghanistan,” you’ll hear more conversations Jake Tapper had with U.S. commanding generals who led the war effort, from the former Afghan Ambassador to the U.S., and from the veterans who served. We look at whether U.S. troop levels could have ever changed the trajectory of the war eight years after it began and examine the bigger question of whether the past 20 years of war was worth the immeasurable cost.

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    • 41分
    America’s Longest War: What Went Wrong in Afghanistan, Part 1

    America’s Longest War: What Went Wrong in Afghanistan, Part 1

    Today, we want to share a special miniseries CNN put together during the final months of America’s withdrawal. In “America's Longest War: What Went Wrong in Afghanistan,” you’ll hear conversations Jake Tapper had with eight former U.S. commanding generals who led the war effort over two decades and four administrations. We examine the mission and the missteps, how political decisions hurt the ability of service members to succeed, whether the Pentagon misrepresented the Afghan military's abilities to the public, and how after 20 years of sacrifice, the U.S. withdrawal resulted in the return to power by the Taliban in August 2021. In the first part of our documentary, we take you back to the very beginning.

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    • 49分
    DOD: Kabul drone strike mistakenly killed 3 adults, 7 children; FDA advisers vote to recommend Pfizer booster shot for those 65+ and high risk; France recalls ambassadors to U.S., Australia over security spat;

    DOD: Kabul drone strike mistakenly killed 3 adults, 7 children; FDA advisers vote to recommend Pfizer booster shot for those 65+ and high risk; France recalls ambassadors to U.S., Australia over security spat;

    US military admits it killed 10 civilians and targeted wrong vehicle in Kabul airstrike; DOD: Kabul strike killing 3 adults, 7 children a “tragic mistake”; FDA advisers vote against Pfizer’s COVID booster for Americans 16 and older; Panel may vote on amended question; Israel: COVID boosters kept our hospitals from reaching capacity; Officials preparing for the worst ahead of right-wing rally;  New documents reveal concerns among Capitol Police about behavior of fellow officers on Jan 6; France recalls ambassadors to U.S. & UK over deal to provide Australia with nuclear-powered submarines; 12,500+ migrants living under bridge at U.S.-Mexico border; Anderson Cooper reflects on his famous family in new book;

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