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Iran’s president and foreign minister have reportedly been killed in a helicopter crash. A frantic overnight search in blizzard conditions ended without survivors being found. Iran says rescue teams were transporting bodies away from the wreckage today. State media says a total of nine people were killed in the crash.

President Joe Biden has ventured onto a college campus after months of nationwide protests. NTD has more on what President Biden told graduates in his commencement address at Morehouse College, as he continues to lose support among black voters.

National security adviser Jake Sullivan visited Israel to press for restraint in Rafah—and to further a plan to have Saudi Arabia help govern Gaza. NTD has the latest from the Israel–Hamas war.

Topics in this episode include:

1. Iran’s State Media: Iranian President, Foreign Minister Dead
2. Iranian President, Foreign Minister Killed in Helicopter Crash
3. Iran’s President Dead After Helicopter Crash
4. Biden Courts Black Voters in Morehouse Speech
5. Jake Sullivan Meets Netanyahu in Jerusalem
6. Stefanik Criticizes Biden in Israel Speech
7. Powerful Storms Hit Central Plains, More Predicted
8. Sean ‘Diddy’ Combs Admits to Beating Ex, Apologizes
9. Biden Woos Black Voters in Georgia, Trump to Rally in Bronx
10. New Taiwan President Calls on China to Stop its Threats
12. Oil Climbs After Death of Iranian President
13. Texas Judge Blocks Expansion of Gun Restrictions
14. Alabama Mercedes Workers Vote Against Union
15. Retail in New York City: A Changing Landscape
16. US Troops to Withdraw From Niger by September
17. Microsoft Asks Some China Staff to Relocate: Report
18. Blue Origin Launches 6 Tourists to Edge of Space
19. Analysis on Iranian President’s Death in Helicopter Crash
20. What to Expect in Trump’s New York Trial This Week
21. Powerful Storms Hit Central Plains, More Predicted
22. World Championship BBQ Contest Takes Place in Memphis
23. Comet Fragment Lights Up Skies Over Spain, Portugal
24. 99-Year-Old WWII Vet Goes on Final Mission in Iconic Bomber

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