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Each weekday, John King and his panel of well-sourced reporters bring you the most important political stories of the day. On the weekend, Abby Phillip kicks off CNN's Sunday morning political programming with Inside Politics Sunday. John and Abby get answers from the people making headlines, explain the political that stories matter, and report on how the news will impact you.

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Dropping into a disaster zone CNN Inside Politics
President Biden is on his way to Puerto Rico to get an up-close look at hurricane destruction and to promise $60 million in new rebuilding money. On Wednesday he'll visit Florida for a first look at Ian's wrath. Plus: Donald Trump's weekend included more election lies, threatening Mitch McConnell, and a racist smear of McConnell's wife. And: A critical January 6 trial opens today with four lieutenants of the Oath Keepers charged with seditious conspiracy, a charge not prosecuted in half a century.
Oct 3, 2022
Ian’s death toll rises to 67 as Florida struggles to rebuild CNN Inside Politics
Hurricane Ian is one of the biggest storms ever to hit Florida as it leaves neighborhoods decimated, homes flattened, and lives ruined. Repairing the state will be one of the biggest tests yet for its ambitious governor. Then, with his lead narrowing in Pennsylvania, can Democratic Senate nominee John Fetterman fight off attacks that he is soft on crime? Plus, Ginni Thomas tells the January 6th select committee she still thinks the election was stolen as American's trust in the judiciary plummets to historic lows.
Oct 2, 2022
SC braces for Ian after storm decimates FL CNN Inside Politics
Over 6.2 million people are under a hurricane warning as Ian accelerates toward South Carolina. Meanwhile, Florida is still trying to comprehend the storm's toll. We begin our extensive coverage with a live report from Miguel Marquez in Charleston, SC.
Sep 30, 2022
Stunning scenes of devastation in Florida CNN Inside Politics
Tropical Storm Ian is intensifying again after leaving Florida scarred and soaked.  Millions of people are under a flood advisory and without electricity. The scale of destruction is hard to comprehend. Emergency responders are working through a backlog of calls for help. We begin today's show with a live report from Fort Myers, where the storm submerged entire city blocks.
Sep 29, 2022
No time left to run for Florida's Gulf Coast CNN Inside Politics
As today's episode begins, Hurricane Ian's eyewall is coming ashore and is expected to hit land as a Category 4. The Gulf Coast could experience a record-shattering storm surge as high as 18 feet, and the entire state faces flash flooding. We bring you live reports from multiple correspondents on the ground, beginning with Bill Weir.
Sep 28, 2022
Ian sets its sights on Florida CNN Inside Politics
After slamming into Cuba, Hurricane Ian is expected to gain strength as it heads toward Florida's west coast. Local officials are urging people to evacuate. Plus: A documentary film crew captures Roger Stone openly calling for insurrection day violence. And: One Democratic congresswoman says what happens in two Pennsylvania districts will tell us everything about which party will control the House next year.
Sep 27, 2022
A monster prepares to attack Florida CNN Inside Politics
Hurricane Ian rapidly intensifies and may turn into a Category 3 (or higher) storm in the next 24 hours. Florida prepares for a direct hit. Plus: CNN identifies the man on the receiving end of a mysterious nine-second call from the White House switchboard in the middle of the insurrection. And: Republican Mehmet Oz says his senate rival, Democrat John Fetterman, needs to release his medical records.
Sep 26, 2022
Will Trump's legal peril jeopardize his hold over the GOP? CNN Inside Politics
Former President Trump is facing major legal developments on two fronts. New York's Attorney General announced a lawsuit alleging Trump's business empire was built on years of grift and fraud. Also this week: A federal appeals court allowed the Justice Department to continue its probe of classified documents seized at Mar a Lago.
Plus, brand new CNN reporting takes us inside President Biden's 2024 decision.
And if the GOP takes the House, will the focus be on legislation or investigations?
On today’s panel: CNN’s Melanie Zanona, Zolan Kanno-Youngs of the New York Times, Molly Ball of Time Magazine, Jonathan Martin of the New York Times, CNN’s Isaac Dovere.
Sep 25, 2022
Trump's secret court fight to thwart Jan 6 investigation CNN Inside Politics
Today we bring you new and exclusive CNN reporting on the Trump team's legal right to keep witnesses from sharing what they know with the federal grand jury. Plus: President Biden re-enters the midterm spotlight with a big bet that putting abortion front and center is the path to Democrats staying in power. And: Russia badgers Ukrainians into sham referendums as it tries to silence dissent at home.
Sep 23, 2022
Two major legal setbacks for Donald Trump CNN Inside Politics
Trump legal setback #1: A federal appeals court unanimously dismisses the former president's arguments and tells the Justice Department it can move forward with its classified documents probe. Trump legal setback #2: A new civil action details a decade of alleged Trump lies and business fraud. Plus: 1,300+ Russians wind up in handcuffs after protesting Vladimir Putin's decision to call up more troops and plunge Russia deeper into war in Ukraine. And: Democrats are now struggling on Capitol Hill to secure enough votes for legislation to provide more funding for police.
Sep 22, 2022
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