World News Tonight with David Muir

Warren Wolfe  San Diego, CA / Live Streaming

Rebecca Jarvis has details on the nationwide AT&T outage that impacted tens of thousands of customers and the federal agencies investigating the disruption; Gio Benitez has the latest on the Odysseus moon landing, which marks first successful mission to the lunar surface in 50 years; Matt Gutman reports on the possible executive action Pres. Biden is considering to tighten asylum restrictions just two weeks after Republicans torpedoed a bipartisan deal to tackle the border crisis; and more on tonight’s broadcast of World News Tonight with David Muir. 00:00 Intro 02:22 Urgent investigation underway after nationwide AT&T outage 05:15 Odysseus moon landing marks first successful mission to lunar surface in 50 years 07:30 Russia lists Alexei Navalny’s cause of death as “natural,” and his mother accuses Russia of blackmail 09:33 Nearly half of Alabama fertility specialists pause IVF services after state Supreme Court’s frozen embryo ruling 11:57 Biden weighs executive action to tighten asylum restrictions at the southern border 13:53 U.S. Navy sailor charged with espionage allegedly shared classified docs with foreign national 15:17 Wendy Williams diagnosed with progressive aphasia, frontotemporal dementia 17:56 At least 7 hurt after high-rise building fire in Chicago 18:28 Rain and snow move into the Northeast 18:58 Update on Odysseus moon rover moments after successful landing

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