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Kids protest masks during heated Illinois school board meetings
At board meetings in Barrington and Rockton, IL, some kids pled for a revision of mask protocols, asking schools to give them a choice as to whether to wear face coverings for the 2021-2022 school year.
On GPS: Covid's Delta variant wreaks havoc
Tom Frieden and Devi Sridhar join Fareed to break down what can be done in the face of the highly contagious Delta variant.
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On GPS: King Abdullah II of Jordan
The Jordanian monarch joins Fareed for a wide ranging discussion on the Middle East and the King's relationship with President Biden.
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'Jeopardy!' producers are about to pick a new host
LeVar Burton is set to guest host "Jeopardy!" this week, and the show is expected to name a replacement for the late Alex Tebek later this summer. Oliver Darcy and Claire Atkinson discuss the possibilities.
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Julie K. Brown on the importance of local journalism
Julie K. Brown's new book "Perversion of Justice" expands on her Jeffrey Epstein investigation for the Miami Herald and documents the decline of local news. When a newspaper closes in a community, "I think that the community will be more prone to having corrupt leaders," she says.
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Opening ceremony ratings reflect NBC's Olympic challenge
Will NBC be one of the winners or losers of the Summer Olympics? Claire Atkinson discusses the relatively weak ratings for the opening ceremony and says NBC will also be judged "on whether this is a big success for Peacock, which is their big entrant into the streaming arena."
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Ruth Ben-Ghiat on Trump's 'strongman' tendencies
"Strongmen: Mussolini to the Present" author Ruth Ben-Ghiat says Donald Trump "has the same personality traits as many of these leaders I've studied," including a "massive ego, megalomania, 'only I can fix it'" attitude. Ben-Ghiat also discusses propaganda techniques.
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Stelter: Narcissism may explain Trump's election delusions
Brian Stelter says Donald Trump's continued promotion of the Big Lie makes sense "when viewed through the prism of narcissism." He also points out that political reporters are becoming more explicit about describing Trump's "delusions."
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Darcy: Right-wing media continues to sow doubt about vaccines
Brian Stelter says any change in tune about vaccines was subtle and short-lived on Fox. "What you see in right wing media is this general anti-vaccine rhetoric," Oliver Darcy says, even though the vaccines were developed while Donald Trump was president.
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Following up with doctor who questioned Biden at CNN town hall
Cincinnati pediatrician Dr. Nicole Baldwin asked President Biden about the White House's efforts to crack down on misinformation. Afterward, Baldwin says she was "disappointed" the president didn't give a more concrete answer about "how they're planning to hold these individuals and these platforms accountable for the misinformation that they're spreading."
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Last Look: Is extreme weather the new normal?
Fareed takes a look at an alarming study on the extreme weather events which have been taking place around the globe.
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Gov. Hutchinson on struggle to convince vaccine skeptics to get their shots
Republican Gov. Asa Hutchinson of Arkansas tells CNN's Jake Tapper that vaccine resistance has "hardened" in some places but that he's working to turn it around.
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Andy Slavitt evaluates news coverage of Covid's summer surge
"Preventable" author Andy Slavitt talks with Brian Stelter about what the news coverage of the Delta variant is neglecting to note. Stelter asks if some of the coverage is "fear-mongering" given that the risk to vaccinated Americans is low.
3 h
On GPS: What to make of Covid "Breakthrough infections"
Tom Frieden, Devi Sridhar and Fareed on the likelihood of becoming infected with Covid-19 in spite of being fully vaccinated.
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Stelter: News coverage should help you assess Covid-19 risk
Brian Stelter says news coverage sometimes misses the nuances of Covid-19 risks, like the fact that the current surge in cases is "very unevenly distributed." He says "we all have to think more like risk calculators" when covering and dealing with Covid."
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Arkansas Gov. on state's covid resurgence: 'This is a pivotal moment'
On CNN's State of the Union, Republican Gov. Asa Hutchinson of Arkansas says low vaccination rates in his state are the reason covid cases are skyrocketing there.
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OR Gov. on out of control wildfires: 'Climate change is here'
Democratic Gov. Kate Brown of Oregon tells CNN's Jake Tapper that the fires in her state show that climate change is real and is "like a hammer hitting us in the head."
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Carl Bernstein: Trump is our own American war criminal
Watergate journalist Carl Bernstein says we have to look at former President Donald Trump in a different context and calls Trump America's "own war criminal" that we've never seen before.
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Fauci: 'We're going in the wrong direction'
On CNN's State of the Union with Jake Tapper, top Biden medical adviser Dr. Anthony Fauci warns that the latest covid surge is overwhelmingly targeting unvaccinated Americans.
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Sen. Toomey: 'Totally open' to examining infrastructure deal once it's written
On CNN's State of the Union, Republican Sen. Pat Toomey of Pennsylvania joins Jake Tapper to discuss the ongoing infrastructure negotiations in Congress.
4 h
On GPS: Turmoil in Jordan
Fareed asks King Abdullah II of Jordan about an alleged conspiracy to destabilize the Jordanian government.
4 h
Fareed's Take: Why America's anti-vax problem is unique
Fareed gives his take on the role Republican politicians and conservative media figures have played in spreading misinformation about Covid vaccines.
5 h
GPS Web Extra: King Abdullah on Afghanistan
As the U.S. wraps up its troop withdrawal from Afghanistan, Jordan's ruler reflects on NATO's twenty-year-long war effort there.
5 h
Fareed: There are anti-vaccine sentiments around the world, but few like America
CNN's Fareed Zakaria examines how America's political divide over to vaccines has spread misinformation not only in the US but globally.
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Republican governor balks at Covid-19 mandates as state's cases soar
Republican Gov. Asa Hutchinson says he doesn't plan to impose a mask mandate nor a vaccine mandate in Arkansas at this time, despite the state's rising Covid-19 cases that health experts have compared to a "raging forest fire."
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Tapper presses Republican on GOP resistance to January 6 probe
CNN's Jake Tapper presses Sen. Pat Toomey (R-PA) on why he thinks there are so few Republicans who seem to want to get to the bottom of what happened at the January 6 Capitol riot.
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Dr. Fauci weighs in on if US should collaborate with Wuhan labs in future
Dr. Anthony Fauci spoke about the possibility of future NIH collaboration with labs in China - like the Wuhan labs - after officials overseeing an intelligence review into the origins of the coronavirus now believe the lab leak theory is at least a credible explanation for Covid-19's origins.
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GPS Web Extra: The fate of Jordan's many refugees
King Abdullah II of Jordan tells Fareed how he sees the future of over a million Syrian refugees now living in his country.
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This 45-year-old gymnast is set to compete in her 8th Olympics
Uzbekistan's Oksana Chusovitina is revered as a gymnastics icon for setting the world record as the oldest gymnast to compete in the Olympics. CNN's Don Riddell reports on her legacy as she trains for her 8th Olympics in Tokyo.
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GPS Web Extra: King Abdullah on the Iran nuclear deal
Jordan's ruler tells Fareed if his country and the region at large want to see Iran rejoin the nuclear deal brokered by the Obama administration.
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