NTD Good Morning Full Broadcast (March 26)

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A bridge in Baltimore collapsed after being struck by a cargo ship Tuesday morning. Authorities are still searching the river for survivors, with a number of people still missing.

The New York Times is working on a hit piece against New York-based dance company Shen Yun Performing Arts. It comes after years of the media outlet’s appeasing the Chinese Communist Party, while downplaying human rights abuses in China.

Russian authorities have arrested three more suspects in connection with last week’s terror attack in Moscow, which killed over a hundred concert-goers and injured many more.

Topics in this episode include:

1. Francis Scott Key Bridge Collapses in Baltimore
2. US Abstains in UN Vote on Gaza Cease-Fire
3. Netanyahu Cancels Delegation’s US Visit After UN Vote
4. State Dept.: Rafah on Agenda in Meetings With Israel’s Gallant
5. Trump: Hamas Attack Horrible, Israel Should Wrap Up War
6. 3 More Arrested in Moscow Terror Attack
7. Feds Raid Rapper Sean ‘Diddy’ Combs’ Properties
8. Rep. Moolenaar Appointed Next Chair of House Panel on CCP
9. NY Appeals Court Cuts Trump’s Fraud Bond to $175 Million
10. Unhappy Judge Denies Trump Bid to Delay NY Trial
11. Reduced Bond in Trump’s Civil Case, Trial Date in Hush Money Case
12. Property Rights Conference Criticizes Squatting Laws
13. NY Homeowner’s ‘Enraging’ Bout With Squatters in $1-Million House
14. CCP Interference With NY-Based Performing Arts Company
15. 3 Bomb Threats Against Shen Yun Performing Arts This Month
16. NY Times Planning Hit Piece on Shen Yun Dance Company
17. Trump’s Estimated Net Worth Likely to Double
18. New Community for Transitioning Foster Youth Into Adulthood
19. NYC Council Appeals Non-Citizen Voting Law Ruling
20. DOJ Investigating Threats Against Election Workers
21. Boeing CEO to Step Down After Months of Turbulence
22. Impact of Leadership Shake-Up on Boeing
23. Judge Tosses Musk’s Case Against Hate-Speech Watchdog
24. As Easter Approaches, German Baker Keeps Tradition Alive

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