NTD News Today Full Broadcast (April 11)

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NFL star and actor O.J. Simpson has died at the age of 76. Mr. Simpson was acquitted in a sensational 1995 trial of murdering his former wife, Nicole, and her friend, Ron Goldman, but was subsequently found responsible for their deaths in a civil lawsuit. Mr. Simpson was later imprisoned for armed robbery and kidnapping. His family announced on social media on April 11 that he had passed away after a battle with cancer.

European Union lawmakers have approved a major revamp of the bloc’s migration laws, hoping to end years of division over how to manage the entry of thousands of people without authorization. This comes as immigration reform becomes a top campaign issue ahead of June elections.

A New York appeals court has rejected a third bid by former President Donald Trump’s lawyers to delay his so-called hush money trial. His legal team had asked the state’s mid-level appeals court to halt the case indefinitely while they fight to remove the trial judge and challenge several of his pretrial rulings, which they argue have seriously hindered the presumptive Republican nominee’s defense.

Topics in this episode include:

  1. Biden, Kishida Celebrate US–Japan Alliance
  2. Japan Gifting the United States 250 Cherry Trees
  3. Effort to Reauthorize Key US Spy Tool Blocked: Analysis
  4. Judge Denies 3rd Appeal to Delay ‘Hush Money’ Trial
  5. Judge Rejects Jack Smith’s Plea in Trump Docs Case
  6. Iowa Gov. Signs Bill Allowing Arrest of Illegal Immigrants
  7. NYC to Let $432-Million Migrant Housing Contract Expire
  8. California Spent $24 Billion on Homelessness, But No Success: Report
  9. Severe Weather Pounds Communities in the South
  10. NTSB Conducting New Boeing Interviews in Door Plug Probe
  11. Racial Hiring Practices in FAA: Lawyer
  12. Impact on Safety: Diversity Versus Qualifications
  13. NPR Responds to Senior Editor’s Criticism of Bias
  14. Lawmakers Tackle Questions of Fed’s Infringement on 1st Amendment
  15. Judiciary Committee Hearing on Protecting Journalists
  16. Fired CBS Correspondent Catherine Herridge Speaks on 1st Amendment
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