NTD News Today Full Broadcast (May 30)

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Wall Street opened higher on Tuesday as lawmakers tentatively agreed to raise the nation’s debt limit. Market watchers are already expecting that the deal will ultimately go through, and investors are taking the news favorably.

Rural pastors in states like Minnesota and South Dakota are being trained to help prevent suicide in the farming community. Farmers often experience high levels of pressure while suffering from loneliness and isolation—sometimes with tragic consequences.

The Texas legislature has approved a bill seeking to end diversity, equity, and inclusion initiatives at public universities in the state.

Topics in this episode include:

1. Debt Limit Deal to Affect Energy Permits
2. Wall Street Sees Debt Deal in Positive Light
3. COVID Outbreak at CDC Conference
4. ‘Gender Transformation: The Untold Realities’
5. Texas Bill Would End University Dei Offices
6. Small Farm Takes On New Venture
7. Rural Pastors Address Farmer Suicide Crisis
8. Natalee Holloway Suspect Allegedly Beaten
9. Beijing Rejects U.S. Invitation to Meet
10. Elon Musk Lands in Beijing
11. China Sends Astronauts to Space Station
12. South Korea Aims to Be Top Arms Dealer
13. Russia Blames Drone Attacks on Ukraine
14. NATO Peacekeeping Soldiers Injured
15. UK Investigating Government Pandemic Response
16. Germany Owns Up to Nazi past: US Ambassador
17. UK: Runners Chase Cheese in Local Tradition
18. Georgians Revere Their Traditional Dumplings
19. French Open Uses AI to Filter Cyber Bullying
20. Australian Parkinson’s Patients Fight Disease
21. Exercise Can Help with Dangerous Liver Fat

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