NTD News Today Full Broadcast (April 4)

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President Joe Biden will speak by phone with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu on April 4, three days after an Israeli airstrike killed seven World Central Kitchen aid workers. The White House said President Biden was “outraged and heartbroken” by the attack, but the president has made no fundamental change in the United States’ steadfast support for Israel in its conflict against the Hamas terrorist group in Gaza.

NATO is marking 75 years of collective defense across Europe and North America, with its top diplomats vowing to stay the course in Ukraine as better-armed Russian troops assert control on the battlefield. The anniversary comes as the now-32-nation alliance weighs a plan to provide more predictable, longer-term military support to Ukraine.

U.S. Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen has arrived in China for a 6-day visit, a trip she said was necessary to “advance America’s economic and national security interests.” Ms. Yellen landed in the southern Chinese export hub of Guangzhou. The Treasury Department said her trip, the second in less than a year, aims to press her Chinese counterparts on Washington’s concerns about the regime’s “unfair trade practices” and “industrial overcapacity,” which pose a threat to economies around the world.

Topics in this episode include:

  1. Rescued Traveler Shares Taiwan Earthquake Experience
  2. Taiwan Residents Recount ‘Terrifying Day’
  3. Taiwan Condemns as ‘Shameless’ China’s Thanks for Intl. Concern
  4. Biden Holds Phone Call With Netanyahu
  5. Biden Won’t Refill Oil Stockpile as Prices Surge
  6. Low Oil Reserve: What Are the Risks?
  7. Judge Denies Trump Motion to Delay ‘Hush Money’ Trial
  8. Prosecution Rebukes Judge in Classified Docs Case
  9. 2 Plead Guilty to Insider Trading in Trump Media Merger
  10. Nebraska State Sen. Switching From Dems to GOP
  11. Nebraska Rejects ‘Winner-Take-All’ Election Measure
  12. Deadly Storms, Tornadoes Leave Path of Destruction
  13. Baltimore Workers to Receive Wage Subsidies
  14. MTA Seeks $750,000 From NYC Marathon for Closed Bridge
  15. DeSantis on Parole Program Flying Migrants to Florida
  16. House GOP Probing Rise in Dismissed Immigration Cases
  17. Texas Defends Immigration Law in Federal Appeals Court
  18. Ohio: Murder Suspect Deported 7 Times
  19. Disney Shareholders Reelect Board in Win for CEO Bob Iger
  20. Apple Services Back After Global Outage
  21. NATO Officials Celebrate 75th Anniversary of Alliance
  22. 75 Years of NATO: History and New Challenges
  23. US–Finland Pact to Combat Foreign State Misinformation
  24. Stuck in Spain: Invalid Visas Stall Cruise Ship
  25. Finland Extends Russia Border Closure Indefinitely
  26. Germany Announces Military Overhaul
  27. Scotland’s Hate Speech Policy Vague: Adviser
  28. Could US Follow Scotland’s Hate Speech Law?
  29. ‘Harassment’ Versus Normal Speech
  30. NY Counties Declare Emergency Ahead of Eclipse
  31. Why US Wants to Create Lunar Standard Time
  32. Musical Med Students Perform at Cancer Unit
  33. Maternity Center Staff Rush to Secure Babies: Video
  34. Trump Lawyers Push for Judge’s Recusal in ‘Hush-Money’ Trial
  35. Judge Denies Trump Motion to Delay ‘Hush-Money’ Trial
  36. California Fast Food Industry Divided Over Pay Hike
  37. Nor’easter Brings Snow, Strong Winds to Northeastern US
  38. Dallas Mayor Eric Johnson Suggests KC Chiefs Relocate
  39. Chase to Create Targeted Ads Based on Spending Data
  40. Hawaii Not Covered by NATO Treaty: Why Not?
  41. Afghanistan Withdrawal Plans Made From Scratch: Report
  42. Palestinian Authority’s Full UN Membership Bid: Analysis
  43. Palestinian UN Full Membership Bid ‘Ludicrous’: Author
  44. Yellen: Need Level Playing Field With China
  45. Kosovo Craftsmen Trying to Keep Filigree Alive
  46. Museum Features British Artists Alongside Italian Masters
  47. Paris Olympic Aquatics Center Inaugurated
  48. Birth of Bactrian Camel Delights Cologne Zoo Staff
  49. Baby Zebra Born at Zoo in Belgrade
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