Nightly News Full Broadcast – Aug. 4

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On tonight’s broadcast: Brittney Griner was sentenced to 9 years in Russian prison. Four officers have been charged in connection with Breonna Taylor’s death. The U.S. declared monkeypox a public health emergency.

00:00 Intro

02:13 Brittney Griner sentenced In Russia

04:39 Alex Jones verdict reached

06:26 New charges in Breonna Taylor shooting

09:17 Monkeypox declared public health emergency

11:09 Dangerous extreme heat

12:06 China military drills spur White House response

12:41 Inside the Metaverse

16:31 Cold case reopened

18:43 Raiders head coach homecoming

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