NTD News Today Full Broadcast (June 1)

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Republicans are blasting the Department of Justice. The issue is its planned lawsuit against the coal empire of West Virginia Governor, Jim Justice II. The governor is challenging embattled Senator Joe Manchin for his U.S. Senate seat.

Senators at a congressional hearing on May 31 discussed more federal funding for childcare amid rising costs. Some advised caution against rushing toward federal involvement.

Robots are entering the debate over the rise of artificial intelligence. At this week’s London Robot Show, an android described what it saw as the worst-case scenario for human-AI interaction.

Topics in this episode include:

1. Minnesota: Train Derails, No Leaks Reported
2. Republicans Call DOJ Lawsuit Political
3. Senators Discuss More Funding for Childcare
4. Defense Department Loses Track of $85M Parts
5. Senators Ask FAA Look at Airplane Seat Size
6. Debt Limit Bill Passes House, Goes to Senate
7. Maine Bills to Fortify Transgender Treatments
8. Facebook Could End News Feed for Calif. Users
9. Border Officials Find Meth in Kale Shipment
10. Ousted San Francisco da Gets University Job
11. U.S. Bank Deposits Fall by Record Amount
12. Ramaswamy Concerned by Musk’s China Comments
13. Biden Approves $300M Arms Package for Ukraine
14. Alleged ‘Russian Spy Whale’ in Swedish Waters
15. U.S. Calls on Kosovo, Serbia to De-Escalate
16. Australian Veteran Loses Defamation Case
17. Humanoid Robot Depicts Nightmare AI Scenario
18. High Prices Hit the Food-Loving French
19. Artifacts Returned to Italy on Display
20. Venezuelan Miners Face Inhumane Conditions
21. UCL Researchers Sort Plastics with Camera
22. Guide Hauls Climber from Everest ‘Death Zone’
23. Hawaiians Divided over Artificial Surf Pools
24. What to Eat to Improve Iron Deficiency
25. Zoo Goats Kick Off ‘Race Around the World’

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