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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 continued with opening statements from both sides, as well as witness testimony. As he left the courthouse, President Trump said the session “went very well.”

Anti-Israel student protests continued at Columbia University and other colleges amid strong police presence. Columbia faculty staged a walkout in support of the protesters, while President Joe Biden condemned the anti-Semitic protests.

The Supreme Court heard oral arguments in a historic case over the homelessness crisis. The Justices have to decide whether the small city of Grants Pass, Oregon, can prohibit people from sleeping in public places.

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