CNN 5 Things – Podcast on CNN Audio



CNN 5 Things - Podcast on CNN Audio

3 PM ET: States banning abortion, Russia takes key city, Serena Williams returns & more
CNN 5 Things

More states are moving to ban abortion after Roe v. Wade is overturned. President Biden heads to Europe while Russia gains ground in Ukraine. Iran says it’s ready to restart nuclear talks with the US. Illinois sees another act of gun violence not long after new federal gun safety legislation is signed into law. And Serena Williams returns to Wimbledon on the cusp of history.

Jun 25, 2022

10 AM ET: Gun bill signed, abortion rights protests, Oslo gay bar shooting & more
CNN 5 Things

President Biden signs a bipartisan gun safety bill into law. Abortion rights protestors turn out in large numbers across the country, while more states act to ban abortions in the wake of the landmark Supreme Court decision. A shooting at a gay bar in Oslo, Norway leaves at least two dead. The CDC is urging gay and bisexual men in Florida to get the meningococcal vaccine. And extreme heat is set to hit the South and Pacific Northwest this weekend.

Jun 25, 2022

5 PM ET: Special Edition – The Fallout of Roe v. Wade
CNN 5 Things

The US Supreme Court has ended a woman’s constitutional right to an abortion. We’ll hear from President Joe Biden, Vice President Kamala Harris and political leaders from both sides of the aisle. Plus, emotions are also running high over the future of abortion rights in the US – we’ll hear from protesters who support and oppose the move. We’ll also examine how this historic reversal could impact women’s health care and states.

Jun 24, 2022

1 PM ET (updated): Roe overturned, consumers are bummed, Gitmo prisoner released & more
CNN 5 Things

The Supreme Court has overturned Roe v. Wade, meaning there is no longer a federal constitutional right to an abortion – we’ll break down more from the opinion and what this means for abortion access in the US. A gun safety bill will likely be landing on the President’s desk soon, as it’s set to pass its last hurdle: a House vote later today. A consumer-focused report the Federal Reserve keeps a close eye says overall sentiment hit a new low. Today marks the first anniversary of the condo collapse in Surfside, Florida. And, we’ll tell you why the US has released a Guantanamo Bay prisoner.

Jun 24, 2022

9 AM ET: Jan. 6 fallout, Germany’s gas crisis, firing squad & more
CNN 5 Things

We begin this episode with the latest public January 6 hearing. Last night the Senate passed its first major gun legislation in decades. Europe’s biggest economy is running out of gas. At least four people have died after 12 days of protests in Ecuador – we’ll tell you what they’re protesting about. And a man seeking execution by firing squad has won SCOTUS’ blessing.

Jun 24, 2022

6 AM ET: Senate’s gun vote, Jan. 6 pardons, Ukraine latest & more
CNN 5 Things

In this episode we bring you the news of the Senate passing its first major federal gun safety legislation in decades. GOP members of congress asked former President Trump for a pardon. Ukrainian troops are withdrawing from the strategic city of Severodonetsk. In the UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson has suffered a heavy loss in a former stronghold. And Netflix is laying off 300 employees.

Jun 24, 2022

10 PM ET: Jan. 6 documentary, Ukraine aid, student debt cancellations & more
CNN 5 Things

In this episode, we’ll hear from a former Justice Department official who threatened to resign amid pressure from the Trump campaign to intervene in the 2020 presidential election. Plus, new documentary footage about the Capitol insurrection reveals how then-Vice President Mike Pence reacted to a request to invoke the 25th amendment. Also, the US is sending Ukraine new military aid – we have the details. Children six through 17 will soon be eligible for shots of Moderna’s Covid-19 vaccine. Lastly, thousands of defrauded student loan borrowers are getting their debts cancelled.

Jun 24, 2022

5 PM ET: Jan. 6 hearing, Ukraine’s EU status, Juul products banned & more
CNN 5 Things

Three former Justice Department officials are testifying about how the Trump campaign pressured them to support its false election fraud claims in the 2020 presidential election. Plus, the US Supreme Court’s ruling that struck down a New York law that restricted concealed carry is getting mixed reactions. A final Senate vote on the bipartisan gun reform package could come later today. EU leaders have given Ukraine and Moldova the greenlight to join the bloc. Lastly, we’ll explain why Juul vaping products are now banned in the US.

Jun 23, 2022

12 PM ET: SCOTUS’ gun decision, Senate gun vote, Biden preps for Roe & more
CNN 5 Things

This afternoon, we start off with a breaking decision from the Supreme Court about concealed gun carry in New York. It comes as senators prepare to vote on a hefty gun safety deal today. And as the court is wrapping up its term, more contentious decisions are expected, including one on abortion – we’ll tell you how the White House is preparing. We’ll also tell you why the January 6 committee is taking a break with public hearings after its fifth one today. And if you’re planning to buy a house soon, listen to hear how mortgage rates in the US are doing.

Jun 23, 2022

9 AM ET: Jan. 6 lineup, Arredondo on leave, trademarking ‘the’ & more
CNN 5 Things

This morning we bring you the latest on the line up for today’s January 6 committee hearing. Uvalde School District Police Chief Pete Arredondo has been put on leave. Three volunteers captured fighting with the Ukrainian army are hoping to avoid the death penalty. UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson and Prince Charles are both in Rwanda, but for different reasons. An Ohio University has trademarked the word “the.”

Jun 23, 2022


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