NTD News Today Full Broadcast (June 29)

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The U.S. Supreme Court ruled on Thursday that race can no longer be a factor in college admissions. The decision of the court’s conservative majority overturned affirmative action plans at Harvard and the University of North Carolina.

Hunter Biden arrived for deposition today in a legal case with a computer repair shop owner in Delaware. He is expected to be questioned about his infamous laptop.

Missouri’s Attorney General will be investigating a possible Chinese Communist Party outpost in the state. The so-called ‘service center’ is one of seven such footholds identified in the United States.

Topics in this episode include:

1. Supreme Court Strikes Down Affirmative Action
2. Hunter Biden Deposition, House GOP to Investigate Whistleblower Remarks
3. Retiring GOP Senators Left Congress with $1.5 Billion in Earmarks for Their States
4. U.S. Restarts Controversial Border Crossing
5. NYC Sheltering More Noncitizens than Homeless
6. DeSantis Vetoes Bipartisan Crime Reform Bill
7. Kari Lake’s Book Signing Packs NYC Restaurant
8. Biden’s $7B for Solar Panels for the Poor
9. ‘We Can Be Confident in U.S. Banks’: Analyst
10. ‘Fallacy’ to Judge Presidents by Ancestors
11. July 4th Travel Set to Break Records
12. July 4th Cookout Will Cost Less: Survey
13. DoorDash Chief Technology Officer Delivers
14, DoorDash to Offer Hourly Pay Option
15. Chinese Spy Balloon Used U.S. Tech: WSJ
16. Missouri Ag to Investigate CCP ‘Service Centers’
17. Corruption Probe Links Former Aus MP to China
18. Large Gravity Waves Bend Spacetime: Study
19. Man Recounts Being Only Passenger on Plane
20. NASA System Can Recycle Astronaut Liquids
21. South Koreans Change How They Count Age
22. Grandparents Race on U.S. Horse Track
23. Rescued Chimpanzee Set Free After 28 Years
24. A 40-Year Quest to Save an Endangered Monkey

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