The Manhattan grand jury examining former President Donald Trump’s alleged role in a hush money payment to an adult film actress reportedly isn’t expected to hear evidence or vote in the case for the month of April. Trump praised the jury on March 29, crediting the panel for not being what he called “a rubber stamp.”
The local community in Nashville, Tennessee, is mourning the victims of the Monday school shooting. Meanwhile, Arizona Gov. Katie Hobbs’s press secretary is resigning, after apparently calling for violence against those who oppose transgenderism in a social media post.
Sen. Josh Hawley (R-Mo.) is moving to pass a bill that would ban TikTok in the United States, but faces a challenge from fellow Republican Sen. Rand Paul.
Abraham Accords negotiator Aryeh Lightstone tells NTD’s Stefania Cox that Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s proposed judicial reform that’s sparking protests is actually pro-democracy, and that Israelis ought to unite at this time to defeat regional threats.