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At the University of Southern California, the main campus was closed due to "significant activity on campus" and 54 people were being held at the Travis County Jail in relation to the protest. Tent villages have sprung up at Massachusetts Institute of Technology, University of Michigan and California State Polytechnic.

More than 50 people were arrested at a peaceful, pro-Palestinian protest Wednesday at the University of Texas. About 54 people were being held at the Travis County Jail in relation to the protest. Civil rights advocates expressed alarm at a rapid escalation by Texas state troopers who descended on a student-led anti-war protest at UT Austin. More than 30,000 people have died in Gaza amid the ongoing Mideast conflict. Tent villages had sprung up at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, the University Of Michigan and California State Polytechnic. Columbia University students are vowing to stay until the school pulls its endowment money out of companies connected to Israel.


Idaho has a broad abortion ban and wants to criminally prosecute hospitals. The Supreme Court will take up the case concerning the Emergency Medical Treatment and Active Labor Act, which requires hospitals that accept Medicare funds to provide emergency medical treatment to anyone who shows up at the emergency room.

The Supreme Court will take up a case concerning the Emergency Medical Treatment and Active Labor Act on Wednesday. The law requires hospitals that accept Medicare to provide emergency medical treatment to anyone who shows up at the emergency room. Idaho has an abortion ban, which conflicts with the federal law. St. Luke’s Chief Medical Officer Dr. Jim Souza said if that doesn't change, there could be 20 more patients before the year is over. Justice Amy Coney Barrett famously provided the crucial fifth vote to overturn Roe v. Wade in 2022.


House Speaker Mike Johnson and Republican representatives were not welcomed during their visit to Columbia University. The students are calling for universities to separate themselves from companies that support Israel's military efforts in Gaza.

At least 10 pro-Palestinian student protests have taken place on college campuses in recent days. House Speaker Mike Johnson told students at Columbia University to "enjoy" their free speech. The students are calling for universities to separate themselves from any companies that are advancing Israel’s military efforts in Gaza. They want the university to divest from Israel and a cease-fire between Israel and Hamas. More than 100 people were arrested at a pro-Palestine rally at New York University last week.


On Wednesday, an Arizona grand jury indicted seven attorneys or aides affiliated with Donald Trump's 2020 presidential campaign and 11 Arizona Republicans on felony charges related to their alleged efforts to subvert Joe Biden's 2020 victory in the state. The indictment names 11 Republicans who submitted a document to Congress falsely declaring that Trump won Arizona in 2020.

An Arizona grand jury has indicted 18 people in an ongoing investigation into an alleged attempt to use alternate electors after the 2020 presidential election as part of a wider conspiracy to falsely declare then-President Donald Trump the winner. Rudy Giuliani, Mark Meadows, Boris Epshteyn, John Eastman and Christina Bobb are among those indicted. The indictment also names 11 Republicans who submitted a document to Congress falsely declaring that Trump won Arizona in 2020. Kelli Ward, Tyler Bowyer, Nancy Cottle, Jacob Hoffman, Anthony Kern, James Lamon, Robert Montgomery, Samuel Moorhead, Lorraine Pellegrino, Gregory Safsten and Michael Ward were accused of pressuring officials to change the outcome of the 2020 Presidential Election.


Hamas published a video of an American hostage in Gaza on Wednesday. There are roughly 130 hostages, including several Americans, being held by Hamas as Israel continues to wage war against the terrorist group in Gaza.

Hamas released a hostage video of Hersh Goldberg-Polin on Wednesday, April 24, 2023. It's the first sign of life since Hamas’ Oct. 7 attack on southern Israel. There are roughly 130 hostages being held by Hamas as Israel continues to wage war against the terrorist group in Gaza. For more than 200 days, 133 hostages have been held captive by Hamas. Hezbollah denies that half of its commanders have been killed since fighting with Israel began on October 7.


The Supreme Court has scheduled a special session to hear arguments over whether former President Donald Trump can be prosecuted over his efforts to undo his 2020 election loss to President Joe Biden. On April 25 the Supreme Court will hear oral arguments to address the central issue in Donald J. Trump v. United States: “Whether and if so to what extent does a former President enjoy presidential immunity

The Supreme Court will hear Donald J. Trump v. United States on Thursday, April 25th. The case concerns whether a former president can be prosecuted over his efforts to undo his 2020 election loss to President Joe Biden. Lower courts have found he cannot claim for actions that, prosecutors say, illegally sought to interfere with the election results. A trial has already begun in New York over hush money payments to a porn star to cover up an alleged sexual encounter. In overturning Trump's disqualification from the Colorado ballot over his role in the insurrection of January 6, 2021, the majority disfigured the Fourteenth Amendment.


The US Department of Justice is investigating McKinsey & Company for its past work advising opioid manufacturers on how to juice sales. Since 2021, McKinsey has agreed to pay about $1 billion to settle investigations and lawsuits related to the firm’s work with opioid makers.

McKinsey is under criminal investigation in the US over allegations that the consulting firm played a key role in fueling the opioid epidemic. Federal prosecutors are looking into McKinsey's work advising OxyContin maker Purdue Pharma and other drugmakers on marketing strategies to boost sales of prescription painkillers. The Justice Department is also investigating whether McKinsey conspired to commit healthcare fraud and obstructed justice. Since 2021, McKinsey has agreed to pay about $1 billion to settle investigations and lawsuits across the United States related to the firm’s work with opioid makers.


Joe Biden signed into law a bill that requires TikTokTok's Chinese owner to sell the social media app’s US operations or face a ban. The deadline arrives at about the time the next president is inaugurated, on 20 January.

President Joe Biden signed into law a bill that requires TikTok's Chinese owner to sell the social media app’s US operations or face a ban. The legislation is part of a $95 billion foreign aid package for Ukraine, Israel and Taiwan. It was passed 79-18 in the Senate on Tuesday. If ByteDance does not sell the app within nine months, it will be banned in the United States. Donald Trump could extend the deadline if he wins the election.


A Republican in the Arizona House of Representatives voted to repeal an abortion ban. The law is set to go into effect on June 8. It follows weeks of efforts by Democrats to undo the law.

Arizona House passed a bill to repeal an abortion ban from 1864 on Wednesday. The state Supreme Court ruled earlier this month that the 160-year-old law that bans nearly all abortions can be enforced. Three Republicans joined with all 29 Democrats to support the repeal of the law. The measure will go to the state Senate, where it is expected to pass and then to the governor's desk. If the proposed repeal wins final approval, it would supersede the current 15-week abortion ban which goes into effect on June 8th.


Missoula is still in the "Top 25" list for air quality. Jackson ranked 29th worst in the nation for a second consecutive year. Arizona has some of the worst air quality in the country.

Raleigh and Durham are seeing a slight increase in ozone smog. Jackson ranked 29th worst in the nation for air quality for the second year in a row. Arizona has some of the worst air quality. Missoula is one of the most polluted cities in the U.S. because of regional fire smoke. The American Lung Association’s “State of the Air” report grades exposure to unhealthy levels of ground-level ozone air pollution and short-term and year round particle pollution.


Joe Biden signed a $95 billion military aid package for Ukraine, Israel and the Pacific into law on Wednesday. It included long-range Army Tactical Missile System (ATACMS) missiles with a range of up to 300 km (186 miles).

Pentagon confirms the U.S. secretly provided Ukraine with a long-range Army Tactical Missile System that can reach deep into Russian-occupied areas. The missiles, also known as ATACMS, have a maximum range of 186 miles and were delivered to Ukraine this month. President Joe Biden signed a $95 billion military aid package for Ukraine, Israel and the Pacific into law on Wednesday. A White House spokesperson says a "significant number" of the missiles were sent to Ukraine and more will be sent.


Donald Payne Jr. died after a heart attack two weeks ago. He was elected to represent New Jersey's 10th Congressional District in 2012.

Donald Payne Jr. died Wednesday at the age of 65 after a heart attack two weeks ago. He represented New Jersey’s 10th District since he won a 2012 special election to succeed his late father, who had been New Jersey's first Black congressman. Donald Payne Sr. was the first Black lawmaker to represent New Jersey in Congress. Payne served for 12 years in the Newark-area seat his father had held for more than two decades. Gov. Phil Murphy called Payne a “steadfast champion for the people of New Jersey" and a former union worker and toll collector.


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