NTD Good Morning Full Broadcast (July 6)

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Facebook parent company Meta has released a new app. The micro-blogging app—called ‘Threads’—is strikingly similar to Twitter. But will the newcomer be able to compete with its established rival?

The Biden administration has appealed a federal judge’s ruling on an injunction in a social media censorship case. We have the response from the White House.

Is Wagner leader Yevgeny Prigozhin back in Russia? The mercenary chief was given permission to move to neighboring Belarus in his deal brokered with Moscow. Meanwhile, a Russian missile attack on Lviv, Ukraine, on July 6 killed 4 people and injured over 30 others.

Topics in this episode include:

1. Biden Admin. Appeals Ban on Social Media Contacts
2. Yellen Trip Aims at ‘New Normal’ With Beijing
3. Secret Service Investigating Who Left Cocaine at WH
4. Florida Cracks Down on Illegal Licenses
5. Border Patrol Released Prisoner on Terror Watch List
6. Illegal Immigrant on Terror Watch List Released: Analysis
7. UPS, Teamsters Trade Salvos Over Contract Talks
8. Special Counsel Subpoenas Az. Secretary of State Office
9. TikTok Asks Judge to Block Montana Ban
10. Meta Officially Launches Twitter Rival ‘Threads’
11. Wagner Chief Prigozhin in Russia: Lukashenko
12. Wagner Chief Returns to Russia: Analysis
13. Mexico: At Least 26 Dead After Bus Falls Into Ravine
14. Netherlands: Storm Kills 2
15. 3 Protesters Arrested at Wimbledon
16. Central Bank Calls Mothers ‘Birthing Parents’
17. 4 Arrested in Hong Kong for Allegedly Aiding Dissidents
18. Ben & Jerry’s Says US on ‘Stolen Land’
19. Ransomware Criminals Dump Kids’ Files Online
20. ‘Sound of Freedom’ Premiers in Cinemas
21. 45 percent of US Tap Water Contains ‘Forever Chemicals’
22. Passport Delays to Continue Until End of Year
23. 50 Sharks Spotted Off Long Island
24. Healthy Struggles That Help One Succeed
25. Wisconsin Couple Creates Successful Maple Syrup Venture

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