NTD News Today Full Broadcast (April 28)

Chris Beers
By Chris Beers
April 28, 2023NTD News Todayshare
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American Federation of Teachers President Randi Weingarten admitted to offering edits to the CDC’s school reopening guidelines during testimony on Capitol Hill. She denies suggesting substantive changes.

More than 10,000 federal employees could have access to Americans’ data under the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act. Three witnesses testified on the issue at a House Judiciary Subcommittee hearing on Thursday.

A recent UN report called the “Eight March Principles” is sparking controversy for proposing the worldwide decriminalization of drug use—and of sexual activity with minors.

Topics in this episode include:

1. Teachers Union Chief Concedes CDC Edits
2. Over 10,000 FBI Agents Can Spy on Americans: OIG
3. UN Decriminalization Report Sparks Concerns
4. Stranded US Citizens in War-Torn Sudan
5. Railway Cars Plunge into Mississippi River
6. 2 Army Apache Helicopters Collide in Alaska
7. Security Camera Footage of Deadly Fire
8. Venezuela’s Guaido Seeks Protection in US
9. NYC Transit System Stops Twitter Use
10. North Dakota Preferred Pronouns Bill
11. Brothers Survive Lightning Strike
12. Philippines, Chinese Vessels ‘Confrontation’
13. FBI Director Testifies on CCP Cyber Warfare
14. Chinese Police Raid Offices of US Firm
15. ‘Not Decoupling’ From China: Biden Advisor
16. Whistleblower Secretly Convicted in China
17. Fed Chairman Pranked by Zelenskyy Imitators
18. Facial Recognition Helps Putin Curb Dissent
19. Bolshoi Theatre Turns Toward China
20. BBC Chairman Resigns over Boris Johnson Loan
21. UK Tightens Gambling Regulations
22. Last 2 Students Graduate from Japanese School
23. Twin Moms Teach Poor Children in Indonesia
24. Museum Features Chopin’s Last Piano, Letters
25. Dog Trainers Gear Up for Westminster Dog Show
26. Hamburg Zoo Excited About Baby Polar Bear

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