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CNN Tonight
CNN Tonight brings you in-depth coverage, one-on-one interviews, and analysis of the latest breaking news. Weekdays, 11 PM ET.
Trump suggests Black people like him because he was indicted
Trump made remarks suggesting Black people see themselves in him because of his indictments. To discuss the latest in the GOP presidential race, Nikki Haley’s campaign manager joins. This as questions remain if Nikki Haley still has a path to victory in 2024.  Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
Feb 24
40 min
‘Rust’ film armorer’s manslaughter trial opens
The October 2021 death of cinematographer Halyna Hutchins, who was tragically hit by a live round of ammunition fired from a prop gun held by Alec Baldwin during a rehearsal on the set of the movie “Rust.” There were opening statements today marking the start of the trial of Hannah Gutierrez-Reed, who served as the film's armorer. Now, she has pleaded not guilty to two counts of involuntary manslaughter and also to tampering with evidence. Hutchins death is prompting questions as to how live ammunition could have possibly ended up on the movie set?  Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
Feb 23
43 min
Russian-American arrested in Russia for allegedly donating $51.80 to Ukraine aid
A 33 year-old woman who is a Russian-American dual citizen is now under arrest in Russia on charges of treason for allegedly donating to a Ukrainian charity in the United States. Now, Russia's federal security service, the FSB, says that she was arrested for "providing financial assistance to a foreign state in activities directed against Russia security." Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
Feb 22
41 min
The Alabama Supreme Court ruled IVF embryos are children
The Alabama Supreme Court ruled frozen embryos created through IVF are babies kept alive in a cryogenic nursery while they awaited implantation. The ruling states that those who destroy them can be held liable for wrongful death. This decision puts back into national focus the question of when life begins and one that reproductive rights advocates say could have a chilling effect on infertility treatments and the hundreds of Alabamians who seek them each year. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
Feb 21
43 min
Navalny’s widow accuses Putin of killing him, vows to continue his work
As world leaders condemn the death of Alexey Navalny, a man who knew he was risking his life for the sake of his country, Donald Trump shares a post on his social media comparing himself to Navalny and going on a rant claiming Navalny’s death made him aware of what is happening in the United States.  Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
Feb 20
43 min
Judge orders Trump to pay nearly $355 in civil fraud case
A judge in New York City ordered Trump and his companies to pay nearly $355 million in a crushing defeat in the civil fraud trial. Plus, Russian opposition leader Alexey Navalny died suddenly in a Russian penal colony. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
Feb 17
42 min
Fulton County DA Willis testifies: “I’m not on trial”
Fulton County District Attorney Willis is in the middle of a hearing on whether she should be disqualified from the Georgia election subversion case. She fired back today during her testimony about her romantic relationship with a prosecutor. Plus, Donald Trump’s New York hush money criminal case is set for March 25th, 2024.  Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
Feb 16
39 min
KC police: 1 dead in Super Bowl rally shooting, 21 others shot
At least one person was killed and local hospitals say that 29 people have been treated for injuries after a mass shooting in Kansas City. Three people have been detained and are now under investigation and we're learning the name tonight of one woman who died. An official who not only knew the victim, but was there himself at the rally with his own daughter joins. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
Feb 15
42 min
Supreme Court’s response to new Trump filing will impact timing of his Jan 6 prosecution as he seeks trial delay
Deep into the 2024 campaign, any one of Trump’s trials could actually be he a break glass in case of emergency kind of moment and could change the course of this election. Donald Trump's strategy on the case of immunity is claiming that a months-long trial will make it harder for him to campaign. The fight over Trump's immunity, or frankly, lack thereof, has already prompted District Judge Tanya Chutkan to postpone a trial date that was previously set for March 4th. Coincidentally, or perhaps not, the day before Super Tuesday.  Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
Feb 13
43 min
What could still happen with 269 days until the election?
This week alone a federal appeals court ruled against Donald Trump’s presidential immunity claim, House Republicans failed to impeach Homeland Secretary Mayorkas, the bipartisan border deal died, Israel warned the war may escalate again with a new ground incursion, and more.  Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
Feb 10
39 min
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