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With talks to extend the six-day cease-fire of the Israel-Hamas war underway, Matt Gutman reports on the 16 new hostages released by Hamas – including an American-Israeli woman – and Tom Soufi Burridge reports on the two Palestinian boys that were killed during an Israeli military raid in the West Bank; Martha Raddatz has the latest on the U.S. military Osprey aircraft that crashed off the coast of Japan while performing a routine training mission with eight crew members on board; Rachel Scott has details on the vote to remove embattled GOP Rep. George Santos, who could be expelled from Congress as early as Friday; and more on tonight’s broadcast of World News Tonight with David Muir.

00:00 Intro
02:04 American-Israeli woman among 16 hostages released by Hamas
07:15 Deadly raid in West Bank kills 4, including 2 Palestinian boys
09:12 New York City police issue warning ahead of Rockefeller Center tree lighting event
10:12 U.S. military Osprey aircraft crashes off Japan’s coast
12:30 Coldest air of the season hits parts of the East Coast
13:47 Speaker Johnson has “real reservations” as House mulls Rep. George Santos expulsion
17:06 FBI special agent carjacked at gunpoint in Washington, D.C.
17:20 American Airlines passenger arrested for allegedly assaulting crew members
17:48 Actress Frances Sternhagen dies at 93
18:04 New York Jets quarterback Aaron Rodgers cleared to practice following injury
18:35 America Strong: Vietnam War soldier meets pen pal 56 years later

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