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With unparalleled resources, World News Tonight with David Muir provides the latest information and analysis of major events from around the country and the world.

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The CDC says no more masks for vaccinated Americans both indoors and outdoors; Answers to questions about the vaccine and transmission of COVID-19; The situation across several states with the Colonial Pipeline and gas prices; New details on tensions in the Middle East.
Lines for gas up and down the east coast amid a gas shortage; Reports of price gauging as the average gas price tops three dollars; The UN warning of a full scale war between Israel and Hamas; The CDC gives the final green light for the Pfizer vaccine to be distributed to children aged 12-15.
More than a 1,000 gas stations along the East Coast out of gas after a Russian cyberattack shutdown one of the largest oil pipelines in the country that runs from Texas to the Northeast. Drivers forced to wait in long lines. The deadly attacks escalate in the Middle East with Hamas firing hundreds of rockets toward Israel. Shots of Pfizer's COVID vaccine begin to go into the arms of 12-15 year-old children. The family of Andrew Brown Junior allowed to see more of the police body cam video. And the owner of a tiger seen roaming a neighborhood in Texas is arrested, but authorities say the tiger is still at-large.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
The CDC out with a new report and projections on the pandemic as vaccinations are underway; A verdict for two American college students on trial for a deadly police attack in Italy; Facebook will keep former President Trump off the social media platform.
President Biden sets out a new goal to have 70% of Americans receive at least one dose of the COVID vaccine by the Fourth of July. This, as there is growing concern of vaccine hesitancy in some parts of the country. A commuter train in Mexico City falls off elevated tracks into oncoming traffic below, killing at least two dozen people. Several states under severe storm warnings for tornadoes and strong thunderstorms. Former Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin files a request for a new trial alleging jury misconduct. And NOAA scientists on rising temperatures across the U.S.
Several states easing COVID-19 restrictions as the total number of new daily cases nationwide drops below 50,000. The U.S. travel ban on India set to go into effect with more than 450,000 new cases reported in a single day in India. The captain of a ship that capsized off the coast of San Diego under arrest with the investigation underway. A bomb explodes near a school in Afghanistan as the U.S. begins the formal withdraw of service members from the country. Bill and Melinda Gates have announced they are splitting after 27 years of marriage. And the summer tradition making a comeback.
The deadly boat accident off the coast of San Diego after a ship carrying 25 people capsizes. At least three people are dead. Growing concern over COVID vaccine hesitancy as the number of daily shots administered nationwide has decreased by 22 percent since a peak less than three weeks ago. The U.S. begins the formal withdrawal of troops from Afghanistan with the Biden administration setting a goal for all service members to return home by September 11. Caitlyn Jenner facing backlash over comments she made about transgender athletes participating in girls sports. And the singing sensation going viral at just nine years old.
The U.S. issues a travel ban on India for most non-U.S. citizens amid an out of control surge in cases of a new COVID variant. Horrific images coming in following a deadly stampede at a religious festival in Israel. Several Americans said to be among the victims. New disturbing details into the long awaited army report into the death of Vanessa Guillen. An alleged human smuggling operation uncovered in Texas after authorities discovered more than 90 people inside a home in Houston. And the flash flood threat along the Gulf Coast.
America showing new signs of turning a corner in the pandemic, with the country experiencing a 20 percent in new cases over the past week. New York City, one of the first coronavirus epicenters, says they will fully reopen July 1st. President Biden hits the road to sell his massive agenda to the American people with more than $4 trillion in spending for jobs, education and infrastructure. Three police officers under investigation in the death of Mario Gonzalez. The family of a Bowling Green student who died from a hazing incident said he was forced to consume large amounts of alcohol as part of a fraternity initiation. And more U.S. troops begin withdrawing from Afghanistan.
President Biden addresses a joint session of Congress and the Nation just one day shy of his first 100 days in office. Federal agents raid the New York City home and office of Rudy Giuliani, seizing multiple electronic devices, including his cell phone, as part of a federal investigation. The new study showing how effective the Pfizer and Moderna COVID vaccines are in keeping people out of hospitals. One of the jurors in the Derek Chauvin trial speaks out. New federal hate crime and attempted kidnapping charges filed against three men accused of killing Ahmaud Arbery. And remembering an Apollo 11 astronaut who made history.
CDC relaxes mask guidelines for vaccinated people outdoors; Lawyers, family of Andrew Brown Jr. reveals independent autopsy; 6-year-old cancer patient gets hero's welcome at school.
The CDC is expected to release new guidelines for wearing masks outside. A massive surge of coronavirus cases and deaths continues in India. A state of emergency is in effect in Elizabeth City, North Carolina after a deadly police shooting. U.S. DOJ launches an investigation into the Louisville Police Department. An unidentified object in space flew by Space-X's "Crew Dragon" flight shortly after launch, and a history making night at the 2021 Oscars.
The critical moment in the country's fight against COVID-19. There is growing skepticism over the safety of COVID vaccines as the CDC reports five million Americans have missed their second dose of the Pfizer or Moderna vaccines. India's health system in crisis over a growing surge in new COVID cases there. New police body camera footage released in the shooting of an unarmed man who was shot by sheriff's deputies in Virginia. The new images showing the wreckage of a missing Indonesian submarine on the ocean floor. And an exclusive interview with Best Actress nominee Andra Day.
After the CDC lifted a pause on the Johnson & Johnson one shot COVID vaccine, the United States has resumed using the vaccine. Growing calls to release the police body camera following the fatal shooting of Andrew Brown Junior by sheriff's deputies in North Carolina. Millions in the south on alert for flash flooding, heavy rains and winds. Authorities believe debris discovered in the Pacific Ocean is connected to a missing Indonesian submarine that had 53 sailors on board. An alarming COVID surge in India with more than 345,000 new cases reported in just the past 24 hours. And why you may have trouble getting a rental car this summer.
The CDC's advisory panel recommends the distribution of Johnson & Johnson's one shot COVID vaccine to resume with a fact sheet from medical professionals, saying the "benefits outweigh the risks." The U.S. Navy assists in the search for a missing Indonesian submarine with 53 sailors on board. Just hours after their launch, space junk came within 100 feet of the SpaceX's Crew Dragon space craft. New charges for Ghislaine Maxwell involving an alleged fourth victim who says she was recruited by Maxwell. And the new image of Tiger Woods roughly two months after his single vehicle rollover crash.
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Comments (24)

Genny Acosta

Ryan's story is so inspirational & motivational! I can sure learn from him. Hope he gets the job! 🙌🙏😊

Mar 19th
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Genny Acosta

Beautiful ending!☺

Mar 3rd
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Bon D Rewd

This is not world news

Aug 11th
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Blaire Marsolan

Where is the new post???

Jun 9th
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Roy Chambers

. .n x

Mar 24th
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Daniel

Not seeing the daily post for the past days, what’s going on? :(

Mar 4th
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Vic Poone

Seriously, valentine day (Feb14) show for Mar 1? Do you respect your subscribers at all?

Mar 2nd
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Ivonne Darlene De Vries Wilson

I really don't get why the officer got fire. He did the right thing he defended his team. This is the first time I commend on something but this really called my attention. I am not really happy about this. Another thing I know that Trump has done bad things I don't like him at all but at the same time I feel bad that he is getting a lot of hate. Just let the man be himself.

Feb 25th
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Honkontoe

2019??

Feb 16th
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Toso Haruna

I read these headlines and can't help but think... what the actual f**k is going on and why is Jesus taking so long. We are so utterly lost without Him. Worst part is that most don't even know it. 😓

Jan 11th
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Anwar Azeem

Friday October 11th"

Oct 12th
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Adriano Chiaretta

Why it's called world news if 99.9% of its news are domestic?

Apr 26th
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Hashem Gurashi

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Mar 21st
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Lisa Lawson

10 NEON 20.18. GOD

Jan 18th
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Kay Dunton

I am confused. I thought Mexico was going to pay for the wall. Why do we need to fund it?LOL!

Jan 3rd
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Jung Jae Hyun

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Dec 14th
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Amy Luxner

when was the last time the door knobs were cleaned ?

Oct 26th
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chicha

I don't have cable right now but this great to keep up with the news I have to watch this every day so now I get to hear it

Oct 24th
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Daniel Berne

Xan

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