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The court approved former President Donald Trump’s $175-million bond in his New York civil fraud case Monday. That’s despite New York Attorney General Letitia James questioning its sufficiency. However, the court ruled that the provider has to keep the bond in full in a cash account. President Trump’s campaign finance hush money trial in New York c…
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Former President Donald Trump’s so-called hush money trial in New York resumed on April 22, with opening statements from both sides and the first witnesses taking the stand. President Trump called on would-be demonstrators to “go out and peacefully protest” against the case. Before entering the courtroom, the former president said, “This is electio…
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The House passed a controversial $95-billion foreign aid bill this weekend. What has hard-line Republicans on-edge, with some calling for House Speaker Johnson to be removed? NTD takes a look. Israel’s military intelligence chief has stepped down over failures to prevent the Oct. 7 attack by the Hamas terrorist group. Meanwhile, Turkey’s President …
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In this installment of America’s Hope, we focus on a fifth grader who was denied her right at her school to launch an interfaith club for prayer to improve her school community. We talk about how that one case also echoes what’s going on across America—not only in elementary school, but even higher education. ⭕️Watch in-depth videos based on Truth …
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There’s a new frontier for political persecution in the West: the weaponization of financial tools against political enemies. We’re hearing a growing number of stories involving groups and individuals that find themselves cut off from financial services or bank accounts, like the truckers in Canada. Governments are increasingly able to punish peopl…
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In this episode, we explore the growing tensions around the illegal immigrant camp at Floyd Bennett Field in New York City. Councilwoman Joann Ariola has sued Mayor Eric Adams, labeling the camp a “humanitarian crisis” due to increased local safety concerns, such as panhandling and property intrusions. As the weather warms, the situation is expecte…
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Tonight, we continue our focus on Israel. Several world leaders, allies of Israel, are advising the country to exercise restraint in retaliating against the Iran strike. Israel says it will make its own decision on how to respond. Recently, Kelly Wright traveled to Israel to meet with some survivors of the Oct. 7 attack, as well as family members o…
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President Joe Biden is calling to triple tariffs on Chinese steel and aluminum, as he doubles down on wooing voters in Pennsylvania, a key battleground state. A step forward in Florida’s battle with communism: Gov. Ron DeSantis signed a law to educate students on the dangers of communism. A phone call between Washington and Beijing resumed after a …
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President Joe Biden calls for tripling tariffs on Chinese steel, a policy first in place under former President Donald Trump. What does it mean for American manufacturing and the 2024 elections? The House Oversight Committee is investigating the Chinese regime’s infiltration of the United States. We have the latest on that, along with an exclusive …
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The Senate dismissed both articles of impeachment against Secretary of Homeland Security Alejandro Mayorkas on Wednesday and ended the trial. Senate Democrats argued that the articles were unconstitutional, while Republicans argued for a full trial. The House will be voting on three separate foreign aid bills, with $61 billion to Ukraine, $26 billi…
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Do you remember the case of Alexander Smirnov? That’s the guy who said he’d heard directly from the owner of Burisma—Hunter Biden’s Ukrainian energy company—that Burisma had bribed Joe and Hunter Biden. He was arrested in February of this year for allegedly lying about the dates when he heard about the bribe. Through him, we are now able to open a …
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100 members of the U.S. Senate were sworn in as jurors for the impeachment trial of Secretary of Homeland Security Alejandro Mayorkas on April 17. The articles of impeachment were approved by the House of Representatives on Feb. 13, and officially read in the Senate chamber on Tuesday. Majority leader Chuck Schumer (D-N.Y.) said he’ll allow floor d…
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A recap of day 2 of Former President Donald Trump’s criminal trial in New York: why some jurors want to be excused, and why prosecutors want President Trump to be held in contempt of court. Supreme Court justices are questioning whether federal prosecutors went too far in bringing charges against Jan. 6 defendants. Their decision could have major i…
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What is China’s role in the U.S. fentanyl crisis? A congressional committee reveals the communist regime is subsidizing deadly fentanyl exports and escalating America’s opioid emergency. The House has passed a bill aimed at targeting China’s imports of Iranian crude oil. This comes on the heels of Iran’s drone attack on Israel. House Speaker Mike J…
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Some of the deadliest drugs in the world are being funded by the Chinese regime. A new report from Congress details China’s incentives for companies that export fentanyl. Another history-making day in Congress: The House delivers to the Senate articles of impeachment against Secretary of Homeland Security Alejandro Mayorkas. And Speaker Mike Johnso…
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Former President Donald Trump’s New York hush money trial entered day two as jury selection continued. Seven jurors were seated Tuesday afternoon. Some were excused after saying they could not serve impartially. As President Trump spends his time in the courtroom, President Joe Biden campaigned in the key battleground state of Pennsylvania. Preside…
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House Speaker Mike Johnson (R-La.) on April 15 unveiled a plan for separate aid packages for Ukraine, Israel, and Taiwan. A fourth bill would reportedly wrap in a TikTok ban and the REPO (Rebuilding Economic Prosperity and Opportunity) for Ukrainians Act, which would allow the United States to seize some assets of Russian oligarchs to help finance …
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Israel says it will respond to Iran’s unprecedented weekend attack, as its war cabinet convenes to weigh what comes next. Meanwhile, the United States and other G7 countries look to ease tensions using diplomatic means. Former President Donald Trump’s “hush money” trial gets underway in New York. We bring you all the takeaways from day one of his f…
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In the aftermath of Iran unleashing a barrage of missiles and projectiles, Israel faces more challenges to its national security. Tonight, Kelly Wright speaks with Sharren Haskel of the Knesset and Yigal Carmon of MEMRI about possible action Israel may take in response, and Walid Phares shares his expertise regarding Hamas’s actions. Plus, we speak…
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Tensions are soaring after Iran’s unprecedented attacks on Israel. Could Chinese-made components have lent Iran a hand? Beijing is hinting for the first time that the man it executed for spying sold secrets to Washington. The Biden administration is betting big on microchip making in the United States. We take a closer look at an over $6 billion in…
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Jury selection is underway in former President Donald Trump’s so-called hush money trial in Manhattan. This makes him the first U.S. president to face criminal charges. A new poll is out on the race for president. It shows that President Joe Biden and President Trump remain locked in a close race. The White House is urging deescalation following Ir…
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Former President Donald Trump’s New York campaign finance trial began with jury selection on Monday. President Trump was in the courtroom throughout the day, and again called the case “political persecution.” It’s the first criminal trial of any U.S. president. The White House urged deescalation as Israel weighs its response to the aerial attack fr…
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Former President Donald Trump made history on April 15 when he became the first former U.S. president to stand trial in a criminal case when he appeared in a New York City courtroom for allegedly falsifying business payments during the 2016 campaign. The former president took a seat at the defense table inside a Manhattan court as the jury selectio…
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The White House says the United States will not participate if Israel chooses to strike back at Iran. President Joe Biden met with G7 leaders by video link on Sunday, with the group pledging a united diplomatic response. NTD has reactions to Iran’s weekend strike on Israel. The criminal trial of former President Donald Trump begins in New York City…
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Today we sit down with Maija Hahn, an autism expert and speech pathologist. Ms. Hahn began studying autism 27 years ago before the condition was widely spread in the United States. “[In the 90s] it was one in 10,000. … Those parents couldn’t even find a doctor to diagnose autism because it was so rare. The doctors [had] never seen it,” she said. At…
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A number of companies are now developing new vaccines and therapeutics using mRNA technology similar to what was deployed in the COVID-19 vaccines. Moderna, for one, has dozens of mRNA vaccines and therapeutics in development, including for flu, RSV, HIV, Lyme disease, Zika virus, cystic fibrosis, and even cancer. Scientists at the University of Pe…
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The House advanced a modified version of a bill on April 12 to reauthorize Section 702 of the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act (FISA). With the passage of the rule governing the bill—an intermediate procedural step before final passage—the bill itself will now be teed up for a vote on the House floor later on Friday. The Biden administration a…
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President Biden has teamed up with the leaders of Japan and the Philippines to send a blunt message to China. That’s as the Chinese Communist regime’s aggressive actions risk escalation and a potential U.S. response in the South China Sea. Israel says it’s on high alert for a possible attack by Iran. NTD has more on why the United States has issued…
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Chinese lobbying directed at Congressional and state officials has come to light in a letter: Find out what a Chinese diplomat asked New York Mayor Eric Adams not to do. Leaders of Japan and the Philippines laying out their China concerns with President Joe Biden. That conversation happening as Beijing works to grow its control in disputed waters. …
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Former President Donald Trump repeated his call to debate President Joe Biden—this time calling for more debates than usual—and having them “much earlier.” That’s as President Biden teams up with the leaders of Japan and the Philippines to send a blunt message to China. China strikes back at American defense companies over arms sales to Taiwan—with…
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O.J. Simpson, the former NFL star whose infamous murder trial captivated the nation in 1994, has died. He was 76 years old and had been suffering from prostate cancer. President Joe Biden met with the Prime Minister of Japan and the President of the Philippines at the White House Thursday. It was the first-ever trilateral summit among the three nat…
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Could selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors (SSRIs) trigger violent and even homicidal behavior? Which non-drug treatments can be effective against depression? There were 656* mass shootings in America in 2023 according to the Gun Violence Archive (GVA). This up from 272 mass shootings in 2014 when the GVA began logging data. Amid the gun rights …
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An appeals judge has rejected Former President Donald Trump’s bid to delay his so-called hush-money trial—for the third time this week. And a five-month prison sentence has been handed down to former Trump Organization CFO Allen Weisselberg as part of a plea deal. The Israeli military has confirm it killed three sons of Hamas leader Ismail Haniyeh …
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On this episode of America’s Hope, we'll hear the remarkable story of retired U.S. Army Capt. John Arroyo Jr., a former Green Beret who was gunned down by a fellow soldier at Fort Hood, Texas—and who miraculously survived this near-fatal shooting. Learn how this former soldier’s life, though struck by tragedy, was transformed through the power of f…
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Washington and Japan announced a historic alliance upgrade designed to help counter the Chinese communist regime. The head of the FBI warns that China is America’s “defining threat,” adding that Beijing-based hackers could be preparing to launch more cyberattacks. What’s more, U.S. businesses are a prime target. A U.S. travel advisory against China…
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President Joe Biden announces a major upgrade to U.S.–Japan relations as he hosts Japanese leader Fumio Kishida for a state visit. How will the ramped-up alliance help counter the Chinese communist regime? Nineteen House Republicans opposed a rule vote to move forward with the reauthorization of the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act. House Spea…
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President Joe Biden and Japanese Prime Minister Fumio Kishida met at the White House Wednesday and announced a major upgrade to the U.S.–Japan alliance. The upgrade covers greater defense and intelligence cooperation and aims to send a message to communist China. President Biden told Spanish-language TV station Univision that he plans to use execut…
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Billionaire Mark Cuban recently got into a lengthy debate on X with Christopher Rufo over the premise behind DEI—or Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion. The exchange was fascinating, and the points made by Mr. Rufo were brilliant. During the back & forth, Mr. Cuban made several statements that illustrated a fundamental misunderstanding of the U.S. Con…
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President Joe Biden formally welcomed Japanese Prime Minister Fumio Kishida to the White House on April 10. The bilateral summit will be the most ambitious meeting yet between the two leaders, with the announcement of the biggest upgrade to the U.S.–Japan alliance in more than 60 years, according to senior administration officials. Mr. Kishida will…
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Japan’s prime minister is in Washington on his first official visit to the White House. An official welcoming ceremony is set for the South Lawn on April 10. Arizona’s Supreme Court has upheld a 160-year-old law barring all abortions except to save a woman’s life. NTD has more on the law—and on reactions from top officials. Speaker Mike Johnson (R-…
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Waves of Chinese nationals are setting foot on American soil without visas. Could Beijing’s spies access U.S. military bases through a visa loophole? Lawmakers are now butting heads with the Biden administration because of it. President Joe Biden is hosting the leaders of Japan and the Philippines this week. We look at the details on the historic t…
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Senate Republicans ask Speaker Johnson to delay sending articles of impeachment against Secretary of Homeland Security Alejandro Mayorkas. A new Arizona court ruling makes nearly all abortions illegal in the presidential battleground state. What impact could it have on the 2024 elections, and how is it testing former President Donald Trump’s new po…
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The Arizona Supreme Court ruled to uphold a law from 1864, banning nearly all abortions from the moment of conception. The decision is on hold for 14 days while a lower court considers its constitutionality. The Arizona Attorney General said she wouldn’t enforce the law. The parents of Michigan high school shooter Ethan Crumbley were sentenced to 1…
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Norfolk Southern Corp. announced on April 9 that it had reached a $600-million agreement to resolve a class action lawsuit related to a train derailment in East Palestine, Ohio. The settlement comes in the wake of the Feb. 3, 2023 incident in which a Norfolk Southern Railway freight train carrying 151 cars derailed, spilling hazardous chemicals—inc…
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Former President Donald Trump has declared that he believes abortion laws should be left to the states. In a social media video, the former president also stressed there should be exceptions in which abortion would be permitted. Details of a proposed hostage cease-fire deal have emerged in the Israel–Hamas war. The United States has warned Israel a…
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A virus unleashed, hoards of spy balloons, rounds of disinformation attacks, and theft of American jobs. These are just some of the covert weapons the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) has used against the United States. How has the Beacon of Freedom helped the communist adversary grow strong enough to take on the West? We spoke with Capt. James Fanell…
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Christina Parks, Ph.D., is convinced that messenger RNA, or mRNA, technology is here to stay. From one perspective, it’s the vaccine industry’s attempt to clean up its manufacturing processes. Previous methods used animal cells and aborted fetuses to make vaccines. This came with a host of animal viruses and human cell fragments mixed into the vacc…
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In a surprising move, the FDA has settled a lawsuit surrounding ivermectin, and has agreed to remove posts telling people not to take ivermectin to treat or prevent COVID-19. Besides the important precedent this sets for future FDA communications, this also tells us that the FDA would rather concede and settle this lawsuit than allow the case to go…
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Ad inserts, AI-generated cartoons, and anti-American views are circulating on Facebook and X. We look at a round-up of how Beijing looks to shape public opinion in the West. Will the United States increase tariffs on China? Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen says it’s a possibility. We have more about her concerns about China’s overcapacity. A controv…
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A mild 4.8 magnitude earthquake briefly pounded the East Coast, with tremors felt from the Big Apple to Washington. NTD’s David Lam spoke with residents in New York City. President Joe Biden is monitoring “potential impacts” of the earthquake. What did he say about it as he surveyed the site of the collapsed Baltimore bridge? Israel’s military dism…
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