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The past week has seen pro-Palestine encampments sprout up on college campuses across the US, as students try to push universities to divest from financial ties to military companies. Dozens of students were suspended and arrested for their involvement in the protests.

Rabbi at Columbia University urges Jewish students to return home. 54 Columbia Law School professors sent a letter to university leadership condemning the school’s decision to summarily suspend student protesters and authorize a police raid on campus. The past week has seen pro-Palestine encampments sprout up on college campuses across the US, as students try to push universities to divest from financial ties to military companies. USC students launched their own solidarity encampment this morning at 7 am local time.


34 people were arrested on the UT Austin campus as of 9 p.m. Wednesday, including two members of the media. Dozens of students from the University of Texas at Dallas occupied the campus' administration building Tuesday evening.

More than 30 people were arrested on the University of Texas at Austin campus during protests, including a FOX 7 Austin photographer who was charged with criminal trespassing. At New York's Columbia University, more than 130 students were arrested at a pro-Palestinian protest Monday night. More than 90 people in Los Angeles were arrested by police in riot gear as they confronted protesters at USC's Alumni Park. Students from University of Dallas occupied the administration building Tuesday evening after leaders didn't meet their demands.


A grand jury in Arizona has indicted Donald Trump's allies over their efforts to overturn his 2020 election loss. Rudy Giuliani, a former lawyer for Donald Trump, is among 18 people charged in Arizona with illegally seeking to claim the state’s 2020 electoral votes for the then-US president.

A grand jury in Arizona has indicted Donald Trump's allies over their efforts to overturn his 2020 election loss. Boris Epshteyn, Rudy Giuliani, Mark Meadows, John Eastman, Christina Bobb and Mike Roman are among those charged. They are accused of trying to subvert Joe Biden's win in the presidential election in the state. The charges include fraud, forgery, and conspiracy. Missing from the indictments is Kenneth Chesebro, who is the alleged mastermind of the fake electors plot.


The Supreme Court will hear Donald Trump vs. the special session on Thursday at 10 a.m. EDT.

The Supreme Court will hear the case of Donald Trump vs. United States of America on Thursday at 10 a.m. EST. It's a historic day for the court, with the justices having an opportunity to decide once and for all whether former presidents can be prosecuted for official acts they took while in the White House. There are no cameras in the courtroom, but since the court has no pandemic cameras, it's hard to follow everything that's going on. The session could last two or more hours.


President Joe Biden signed into law measures to provide aid to Israel, Ukraine and Taiwan. The Senate passed legislation that would force TikTok's China-based parent company to sell the social media platform under the threat of a ban.

The Senate passed a bill that would force TikTok's China-based parent company to sell the social media platform under the threat of a ban. It was included as part of a larger $95 billion package that provides foreign aid to Ukraine and Israel. President Joe Biden signed into law measures to provide aid to Israel, Ukraine and Taiwan on Wednesday. Donald Trump is digging in against a potential ban of TikTok that is moving through Congress. He wants to blame President Biden for it.


Arizona's House voted to repeal an abortion ban on nearly all abortions in the state. The bill is now back to the state Senate for a vote next week.

Arizona's House of Representatives voted to repeal the state's 1864 ban on nearly all abortions. The measure passed 32-28 as three Republicans joined with Democrats. It will go to the state Senate for a vote next week. Arizona's fight over the Civil War-era abortion ban is the latest flashpoint on women's reproductive rights in the United States since the U.S. Supreme Court ended the constitutional right to abortion in 2022. Idaho's Democratic governor candidate supports the same law.


Donald Payne Jr. died today following a heart attack he suffered two weeks ago. He was elected to represent New Jersey’s 10th Congressional District in 2012 after his father Donald Payne Sr. died in office.

Donald Payne Jr. died Wednesday at the age of 65 after a heart attack caused by complications from diabetes. He was elected to represent New Jersey’s 10th Congressional District in 2012, succeeding his father who died in office. Gov. Phil Murphy and first lady Tammy Murphy are "deeply saddened by the tragic passing of our friend and a steadfast champion for the people of New Jersey." Mr. Payne followed his father into politics and represented Newark in Congress for more than a decade.


The Supreme Court will hear the case of Moyle v. U.S. on Wednesday. The case is about whether Idaho can enforce its abortion ban in medical emergency situations under a federal law.

The Supreme Court will hear the case of Moyle v. United States on Wednesday. The case centers on the Emergency Medical Treatment and Labor Act (EMTALA), a law that requires hospitals to treat all patients with life-threatening conditions regardless of their ability to pay. It is the only law in the country that ensures universal access to emergency care. If the Supreme Court allows more exceptions to EMTALA, it could affect abortion providers in Republican-led states like Idaho.


Ukraine has begun using long-range ballistic missiles provided secretly by the United States. The first strike was about 100 miles inside Crimea’s border on the morning of April 17, targeting a Russian military airfield.

Ukraine for the first time has begun using long-range ballistic missiles provided secretly by the United States. The missiles give Ukraine nearly double the striking distance — up to 300 kilometers (190 miles) — that it had with the mid-range version of the weapon that it received from the U.S. last October. Additional ATACMS were included in a new military aid package signed by President Joe Biden on Wednesday. They were part of the $300 million military assistance package unveiled March 12.


Hersh Goldberg-Polin, 23, was abducted from the Nova music festival in southern Israel on October 7. His mother Rachel is a prominent leader in the U.S. push to free the hostages.

Hamas released a hostage video of Hersh Goldberg-Polin on Wednesday. It's the first proof that he survived being badly wounded during his capture on Oct. 7. He was kidnapped from the Nova music festival in southern Israel when Hamas’ attacks on Israel killed more than 1,200 people and took more than 200 hostages. His parents are relieved to see him alive but worried for his well-being. The Hostages and Missing Families Forum campaign group said the family had given permission for the video of their son to be broadcast by the media.


Elias Huizar, 40, is suspected of killing his ex-wife and a 17-year-old girlfriend in Yakima, Washington, on April 23, 2024. He fled to Oregon with Roman Santos, 1, who was taken into custody by OSP troopers after a chase on I-5 near Harrisburg at 2:40 p.m. PT.

Elias Huizar, 39, is suspected of killing his ex-wife and 17-year-old girlfriend. He was on the run after a police chase near Eugene, Oregon at around 3 p.m. Tuesday. He crashed into a commercial vehicle and then shot himself. His baby son with him was taken safely into custody by OSP troopers. The child he was accused of abducting has been found safe. There was a gunfire exchange between the suspect and officers but no troopers were hurt.


On Tuesday, Donald Trump's lawyers were grilled by the New York Supreme Court Judge Juan Merchan about his social media posts in his criminal hush-money trial in New York. On Thursday, Trump will argue before the Supreme Court that as a former President he's largely immune from criminal prosecution.

Donald Trump's social media posts in his New York hush-money trial have violated a gag order. The former president will argue before the Supreme Court on Thursday that as a former President he's immune from criminal prosecution. Donald Trump is currently a criminal defendant in a New York state trial. He has been charged with falsifying business records to pay off adult film star Stormy Daniels, among others, to keep negative stories about him from getting out in the runup to the 2016 election.


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