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World News Tonight with David Muir
21 minutes | 21 hours ago
Full Episode: Monday, May 10, 2021
The FDA has granted emergency use authorization for Pfizer's COVID vaccine for children between the ages of 12-15. This as the CDC ponders revising its indoor mask guidance. The World Health Organization labels the COVID variant found in India as a "global variant of concern", with the country averaging 400,000 new cases a day. The FBI confirms a Russian hacking group was behind a cyberattack that led to the shutdown of a major oil pipeline that serves states from Texas to New Jersey. Police in New York City are searching for a gunman who opened fire at Times Square over weekend. And the Mother's Day hugs we all waited for.
21 minutes | 2 days ago
Full Episode: Sunday, May 9, 2021
A gunman opens fire at a mobile home park in Colorado at a birthday party, killing six people before turning the gun on himself. The race to resume operations following a cyber attack that shutdown a major U.S. gas pipeline. India's top doctors call for a national lockdown amid an alarming surge of COVID-19 cases in the country. An SUV plows through the front door of a Massachusetts police station. Kentucky Derby winner Medina Spirit facing disqualification after failing a post-race drug test. And the mother with an unbreakable spirit crediting her children for her strength after tragedy struck.
20 minutes | 3 days ago
Full Episode: Saturday, May 08, 2021
Part of a Chinese rocket is set to crash land into Earth soon but experts don't know where or when. A ransomware attack forced the operators of an important east coast fuel pipeline to shut it down. As the rate of Americans receiving their COVID-19 vaccinations continues to decrease, different businesses are offering incentives to people who get their shots. A large explosion killed at least 30 people outside a school in Kabul, Afghanistan. No one is claiming responsibility for the attack. Some employers say they can't find workers, while potential workers say they're still worried about covid and childcare. The NCAA is considering a rule change that would allow some student athletes to profit while they compete. A mother who contracted COVID-19 while pregnant wasn't able to hold her baby until now.
20 minutes | 4 days ago
Full Episode: Friday, May 07, 2021
Four police officers, including Derek Chauvin, have been indicted by a Federal Grand Jury on charges that they violated George Floyd's civil rights. One third of Americans are fully vaccinated as Pfizer pushes for full FDA vaccine approval. India reaches more than 414,000 new COVID cases in a single day. It comes as concerns grow about a COVID-19 variant in the region. The White House is on the defensive after the Labor Department's latest jobs report fell short of expectations. Journalists were allowed into a Border Patrol facility that has faced criticism for overcrowding while housing unaccompanied minors. Today's feel good story is about a young boy battling leukemia who get his wish granted.
20 minutes | 5 days ago
Full Episode: Thursday, May 6, 2021
Reports of a school shooting in Idaho. Police say a sixth grade female student brought a gun with her to school and opened fire, hitting two students and a custodian before she was disarmed by a teacher. Efforts to convince Americans skeptical of the COVID vaccine to get a shot ramp up with some going door-to-door in some parts of the country. Florida Governor Ron DeSantis signs new sweeping voting restrictions into law. An out of control Chinese rocket expected to hit Earth this weekend. And celebrating National Nurses Day.
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