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Donald Trump's criminal trial for alleged mishandling of classified documents was supposed to start in May but is almost certain to be delayed. On Friday, the judge Aileen Cannon heard arguments in a Florida courtroom over the trial date and other issues in the case attended by both Trump and Special Counsel Jack Smith.

Donald Trump is accused of hoarding and hiding classified documents. The trial was supposed to start in May but has been delayed several times due to legal issues. On Friday, the judge Aileen Cannon will decide whether or not to set a new trial date for Donald Trump's criminal case over his retention of classified documents at a hearing in Fort Pierce, Florida. She did not issue a ruling but hinted she could delay the trial until after the November election. Trump himself attended the entire hearing.


Soldiers opened fire on a crowd collecting food aid in northern Gaza, killing more than 100 people and wounding hundreds. France calls for an independent inquiry into the incident.

At least 112 people were killed and more than 700 injured when Israeli forces opened fire on a crowd of hungry Palestinians in Gaza City as they lined up to receive flour from aid trucks. French authorities call for an independent inquiry into the killing of more than 100 Palestinians who were collecting food aid in northern Gaza. France would not apply "double standards" to the Israel-Palestine conflict, Stephane Sejourne said. The victims arrived at hospitals with gunshot wounds to their torsos and heads.


President Joe Biden and Italian PM Giorgia Meloni are meeting in the Oval Office to discuss the humanitarian crisis in Gaza. At least 576,000 people in the Gaza Strip are one step away from famine.

President Joe Biden mixed up Gaza and Ukraine in an official address today. He said the U.S. will start air dropping humanitarian aid into the Ukraine before he corrected himself and said it would go into the Gaza strip. The announcement comes a day after hundreds of Palestinians were killed by Israeli forces in a rush to get food from an assistance convoy. At least 576,000 people in the Gaza Strip - one quarter of its population - are one step away from famine according to the UN.


Navalny's funeral will be held at 2 p.m. local time (6 a.m., ET) Friday at the Church of the Icon of the Mother of God in Moscow’s Maryino.

Alexei Navalny died in an Arctic prison on February 16. His funeral was held today in Moscow's Soothe My Sorrows church. The service followed a battle with authorities over the release of his body. He will be laid to rest at Borisov Cemetery at 2 p.m. local time (6 am ET) on Friday. Several churches refused to take his body because they did not want to hire a hearse for the funeral. One venue forbade its staff from working with Navalny's team.


Hamas is studying a framework proposal for a truce and prisoner exchange in Gaza put forward by Israel, the United States, Qatar and Egypt in Paris. It's still pending Hamas' approval.

Hamas is studying the framework proposal put forward by Israel, the United States, Qatar and Egypt in Paris for a truce and prisoner exchange in Gaza. The proposal envisages a pause in hostilities that could stretch for six weeks. It would allow for the release of 40 Israeli captives held by Hamas in exchange for 400 Palestinians currently in Israeli prisons. At least 86 Palestinians were killed in Israeli strikes since Saturday. Two soldiers died in fighting in south Beit Lahiya while tanks shelled several areas of the enclave.


Larry Brock's conviction for obstructing Congress’s certification of the electoral count was upheld. The enhancement has been applied in more than 100 other Jan. 6 rioters' cases.

A federal appeals court ordered a new sentence for Larry Brock, who stormed the U.S. Capitol dressed in combat gear on January 6, 2021. The court said that a lower court judge erred in deciding that Brock should face a stiffer sentence for “substantial interference with the administration of justice” and it could impact dozens of other cases. If the ruling stands, those defendants who have not already completed their prison terms may push for new sentences. Prosecutors are considering their options.


Peter Cichuniec and Jeremy Cooper were convicted in December of criminally negligent homicide for injecting Elijah McClain with ketamine, a powerful sedative blamed for killing the 23-year-old Black massage therapist in 2019. They were also found guilty of the more serious charge of second-degree assault for giving a drug without consent or a legitimate medical purpose.

Peter Cichuniec and Jeremy Cooper were convicted in December of criminally negligent homicide for administering ketamine to Elijah McClain, a 23-year-old Black massage therapist. They injected him with the powerful sedative that killed him. He died in 2019 after police put him in a neck hold. His last words were "I can't breathe". His name became part of the rallying cries for social justice that swept the U.S. in 2020. The case has left officials rethinking how they treat people in police custody.


I-80 westbound is closed at the Nevada state line and eastbound at Drum Forebay due to spin outs, high winds, and low visibility. The 100-mile (160-kilometer) closure is at the state border just west of Reno, Nevada to near Emigrant Gap, California.

I-80 westbound is closed at the Nevada state line and eastbound at Drum Forebay due to spin outs, high winds, and low visibility. Interstate 80 chains or snow tires are mandatory on U.S. 395 from Red Rock Road to the California border. Blizzard warnings have been issued through Sunday morning for the northern and central Sierra, including Lake Tahoe. A tornado touched down in central California and visitors to Yosemite National Park were told to leave. PG&E is warning of potential power outages in the Bay Area as a storm moves inland.


Attorneys for Donald Trump and other defendants in the Georgia election interference case hoped that lawyer Terrence Bradley would provide key testimony in support of their effort to remove Fulton County District Attorney Fani Willis. When he took the stand to testify under oath in mid-February, Bradley initially refused to answer most questions, asserting attorney-client privilege.

Terrence Bradley, a former law partner of a special prosecutor in the Georgia election case against Donald Trump was sharing information with the defense attorney of one of Trumps co-defendants. Terrence Bradley fed Ashleigh Merchant information over a period of several months to help her prove that special prosecutor Nathan Wade was involved in a relationship with Fulton County District Attorney Fani Willis. When he took the stand to testify under oath in mid-February, Bradley initially refused to answer most questions, asserting attorney-client privilege. A judge will rule within the next two weeks on whether to remove Fulton County D.A. from the case over a romantic relationship with a top prosecutor.


Hunter Biden appeared in a closed-door deposition on Capitol Hill for a Republican-led impeachment inquiry into his father and the family's business affairs. Hunter Biden accused Republicans of embracing conspiracy theories to target his father, Joe Biden.

Hunter Biden appeared in a deposition on Capitol Hill for a Republican-led impeachment inquiry into his father and the family's business affairs. Hunter Biden tried to make amends with a congresswoman who had previously accused him of being “the epitome of white privilege” but she refused to accept his offer. The first son of President Joe Biden will soon appear for a public hearing before House impeachment investigators. He claims his father was never involved in his business dealings or took any government actions on his behalf.


The Oregon Senate passed a bill 21-8 on Friday to recriminalize possession of hard drugs. The House passed the bill 51-7 on Thursday and it now heads to the governor.

The Oregon Senate passed a bill 21-8 on Friday to recriminalize possession of hard drugs, changing voter-approved Measure 110. The House passed the bill 51-7 on Thursday and it now goes to Governor Tina Kotek's desk where she can sign it into law or veto it. Some lawmakers from both parties have expressed dissatisfaction with the bill. ACLU believes giving law enforcement more power over that would be harmful for people in need of treatment. It also disproportionately impacts people of color.


Smokehouse Creek Fire in Texas Panhandle is the biggest and most destructive inferno in the state's history. More than 1,700 square miles of land has been consumed by the flames which are only 3% contained.

The largest wildfire in the history of Texas has claimed a second life. More than 1,700 square miles of the Texas panhandle has been consumed by the flames which are only 3% contained. Two people and thousands of cattle have been killed as the blaze continues to rage out of control. The Smokehouse Creek Fire spans over 1.1 million acres and is only 15% contained now. Governor Greg Abbott urges people to stay vigilant and not to "let down their guard". High winds could fuel the fire further over the weekend.


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