NTD Good Morning Full Broadcast (Nov. 28)

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NTD has the latest on the Israel–Hamas war. Families of hostages in Gaza who weren’t released during the four-day truce have been given a new sliver of hope after truce extension talks.

Elon Musk traveled to Israel to meet with the country’s president amid accusations of anti-Semitism on the X social media platform. NTD has more on the deal Israel says it made with Musk.

Federal judge Tanya Chutkan has rejected former President Donald Trump’s motion to subpoena records from the Jan. 6 committee, calling the proposal a “fishing expedition.” Meanwhile, a federal judge in Rhode Island threw out a case that sought to remove the former president from the ballot there. The Trump campaign is touting the decision as a victory.

Topics in this episode include:

1. Israel, Hamas Agree to 2-Day Truce Extension
2. No American Hostages Released From Gaza Monday
3. 11 More Israeli Hostages Freed
4. Elon Musk Meets Israeli President Isaac Herzog
5. Jimmy Carter Plans to Attend Service for His Wife, Rosalynn Carter
6. Santos Says He Expects Expulsion From House
7. Senate Discusses Aid Package to Israel
8. DC Judge Denies Trump Request for J6 Subpoenas
9. Suspect Pleads Not Guilty in Vt. Shooting of Palestinian Students
10. NC: Judge Finds Murder Suspect Unfit for Trial
11. Body Camera Footage Shows Fiery Ohio Bus Crash
12. Deaths Reported Amid China’s Mystery Pneumonia Surge
13. China’s Pneumonia Outbreak: Analysis of Risk to Global Health
14. US, North Korea in Verbal Sparring Match at UN
15. WSJ: Amazon Surpasses Fedex, UPS as Top Delivery Company
16. NY Rally Commemorates White Paper Movement Anniversary
17. 12-Year-Old Leads Police on Chase
18. Analysis of Extended Pause in Gaza
19. Analysis of Milei’s Quest to Abolish Argentina’s Central Bank
20. Tips to Avoid Holiday Scams
21. Young Autistic Man Finds Calling in Baking

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