NTD Good Morning Full Broadcast (April 28)

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FBI Director Christopher Wray outlined the challenges his agency faces in cyber warfare. We share what he had to say about threats against the United States.

Three U.S. Army soldiers were killed and one was injured when two AH-64 Apache helicopters collided on April 27. The accident happened in Alaska near Fort Wainwright where they were based.

The White House appeals to Americans who want out of Sudan to leave as soon as possible. Meanwhile, fighting continues to rage in some areas despite the extension of a fragile truce.

Topics in this episode include:

1. 2 Army Apache Helicopters Collide in Alaska, 3 Dead
2. White House Urges Americans to Leave Sudan Now
3. Trump’s Campaign Rally in New Hampshire
4. Security Camera Footage of Deadly Fire
5. House GOP to Vote on Border Security Bill
6. FBI Director Testifies on Cyber Warfare
7. Chinese Police Raid Offices of US Firm
8. Film Raises Awareness About Organ Harvesting
9. Kansas Passes ‘Women’s Bill of Rights’
10. Mortgage Fees Expected to Change on May 1
11. New Orleans Student on Course for Record
12. Humpback Whales Enjoy ‘Spa’ on Ocean Floor

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