NTD Good Morning Full Broadcast (March 28)

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Police in Baltimore say divers have recovered two bodies from the Patapsco river beneath the collapsed Francis Scott Key Bridge. Investigators say the ship that caused the disaster was carrying hazardous materials, and are set to interview the vessel’s pilots on March 28. NTD has the updates.

Former President Donald Trump is in New York Thursday to attend the wake of a slain NYPD officer. President Joe Biden is also in the city for a high-profile fundraiser with former Presidents Barack Obama and Bill Clinton.

Commuters driving into Manhattan are set to get hit with some hefty fees. NTD has more on the MTA’s new congestion tolls, and who will be affected.

Topics in this episode include:

1. Florida Gov. DeSantis Reaches Settlement With Disney
2. NTSB: Ship That Hit Bridge Carrying Hazardous Material
3. Florida Developments: Disney Legal Truce, ‘Squatters Scam’
4. Trump, Biden Look for Support in New York
5. Former Senator, VP Candidate Joe Lieberman Dead at 82
6. Netanyahu: Victory in Gaza Is Close
7. Judge Recommends Ex-Trump Attorney Eastman Be Disbarred
8. MyPillow Evicted From Minnesota Warehouse
9. Hunter Biden Asks Court to Dismiss Tax Case
10. 4 Dead, Suspect Arrested in Rockford, Ill. Stabbing
11. Impact of Baltimore Bridge Collapse on US Economy
12. Texas Still Not Allowed to Arrest Illegal Immigrants
13. Congestion Pricing Plan for Manhattan Drivers Approved
14. What’s in This Year’s New York Auto Show
15. Chinese Regime Leader Courts US CEOs as Economy Falters
16. Why Meta Limits Political Content, and How to Opt Out
17. NTD Documentary Probes Chinese Control Over Hollywood
18. Md. State Senator on Bridge Collapse: A Path Forward
20. Dodgers Fans Swarm LA Restaurant to Meet Mookie Betts
21. Punxsutawney Phil Welcomes Two Baby Groundhogs
22. Inside One of Germany’s Oldest Egg Dying Factories
23. Swiss Chocolatier Ready for Easter Despite Rising Cocoa Prices

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