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Top 20 CNN
- • Reporter arrested in Russia on spying charges • Putin admits sanctions could hurt Russia's economy
Top 20 New York Times
- by Dan BilefskyThe authorities were searching for more bodies in the St. Lawrence River of migrants believed to have been attempting to cross illegally into the United States.
- by Amanda Holpuch and McKenna OxendenA tornado in Little Rock destroyed homes, caused at least several injuries and forced meteorologists with the local National Weather Service office to evacuate.
- by Michael M. GrynbaumA historic indictment has returned the former president and his supporting cast to the forefront of the media universe.
- by Michelle GoldbergThe hush money scheme is part of a pattern of anti-democratic behavior.
- by Jeremy W. Peters and Katie RobertsonThe judge said the case would still need to proceed to trial, for a jury to weigh whether Fox News spread false claims about Dominion Voting Systems, and to determine any damages.
- by Reed Abelson and Margot Sanger-KatzAfter intense lobbying by insurers, U.S. health officials say curbs aimed at overbilling by Medicare Advantage will be eased in over 3 years.
- by David FrenchTrump and his defenders are priming his supporters to reject our legal system.
- by Katie RogersPresident Biden believes that presidents should not comment on pending legal matters. He also does not want to be baited into a reaction.
- by Anushka Patil and John EligonThe International Criminal Court’s arrest warrant for President Vladimir V. Putin could thrust his allies into domestic and foreign legal disputes, experts say.
- by Luis Ferré-SadurníAfter she and her fellow Democrats endured a bruising election last year, Gov. Kathy Hochul seems intent on giving judges more leeway when imposing bail.
- by Madeleine AggelerAt the second annual 90s Con, aging millennials traveled from across the United States to connect with the stars of their youth.
- by Tara Siegel BernardLike Silicon Valley Bank, the company holds billions in bonds that have declined in value. But it has access to billions in cash, if needed, analysts say, and is much more diversified.
- by Jeanna SmialekAn under-the-radar change to the way regional banks are supervised may have helped the bank’s rapidly growing risks to go unresolved.
- by Nicholas KristofThere are legitimate concerns about this indictment, but how could we give the boss a pass after convicting his fixer?
- by Karoun DemirjianSenator Tommy Tuberville is holding up scores of Defense Department appointments in protest of a new Pentagon policy to ensure that military personnel can obtain abortions after the overturning of Roe v. Wade.
- by Neil VigdorMitch McConnell, the Senate minority leader, had previously been a vocal critic of the former president’s conduct in connection with the Jan. 6, 2021, Capitol attack.
- by Kashmir Hill and Ryan MacBecause of a bad facial recognition match and other hidden technology, Randal Reid spent nearly a week in jail, falsely accused of stealing purses in a state he said he had never even visited.
- by Richard FaussetFor decades, Nashville has prospered while finding common ground between urban and rural, left and right, state and city. In a partisan era, that’s becoming much harder.
- by Calum MarshAt 56, the formerly juvenile funnyman has matured into a subtler, more nuanced comedy performer. It’s why the “Murder Mystery” films work so well.
- by Jenna WorthamOur columnist reviews the day’s puzzle. Warning: contains spoilers!
Top 20 Huffington Post
- These conversation starters will help you get to know each other on a deeper level, sex experts say.
- The Florida governor and likely 2024 presidential candidate suspended a local prosecutor for saying he would charge people under the state’s new abortion law.
- The Memphis-based group, Friends of George’s, says Tennessee’s first-in-the-nation law that placed strict limits on drag shows violates the First Amendment.
- More than 650 anti-LGBTQ+ bills have been introduced across the country this year, according to a civil liberties think tank.
- Officials hope the revamp can be a model for how cities, police departments and community members "can work together to address race-based policing and strengthen public safety.”
- Let the justice system work, urged Asa Hutchinson, who is also eyeing getting into the presidential race.
- The Bucharest Court of Appeal ruled in favor of Tate’s appeal, which challenged a judge’s decision last week to extend his arrest a fourth time for 30 days.
- A Delaware judge allowed a jury to decide whether the conservative network aired the claims with actual malice, the standard for proving libel.
- His older brother, who Kieran calls Mack, hit it big in the ’90s with standout performances in “My Girl,” “Richie Rich,” and “The Good Son.”
- The Republican senator suggested Trump could “smash some windows, rob a few shops and punch a cop” to "avoid prosecution in New York.”
- "Overly broad" nondisparagement agreements are unlawful, a new NLRB memo states — but you should read this before trashing your old workplace.
- “I don’t like it. But … this is me, this is what I have to accept," the legendary songwriter reportedly said in a "CBS Sunday Morning" interview airing Sunday.
- “It almost feels like they're pushing the population to react,” Tucker Carlson said.
- The former president’s one-sided war on the Florida governor continues as Trump’s arrest looms.
- "I don’t have a favorite child but if you were to go by the photos on my phone it’s the dog."
- The former "Saturday Night Live" star said that the traumatic incident contributed to his borderline personality disorder.
- "I want every member of the trans community to know that we see you. You’re each made in the image of God, and deserve love, dignity, and respect."
- The South African track star killed his girlfriend Reeva Steenkamp in 2013.
- Statements from Kevin McCarthy and others leave no room for the possibility that a Democratic prosecutor could bring a fair case.
- "Every type of italian sausage is a good name for a cat, every type of german sausage is a good name for a dog."
Top 20 Fox News
- Longtime Los Angeles politician found guilty of corruption to get his son a scholarship, teaching jobFormer City Councilman Mark Ridley-Thomas was convicted of corruption. The councilman promised to steer a multimillion-dollar contract to a university to secure his son’s future.
- Las Vegas lawyer Matthew Wade Beasley was indicted for orchestrating a $460 million Ponzi scheme. Hundreds of people across Nevada, Arizona, California, and Utah may have been involved.
- President Biden has “no comment" on the unprecedented indictment of former President Donald Trump, and the White House has also declined comment on the matter.
- The Yurok Tribe and other fishing groups filed a motion to stop water deliveries for farming in Oregon and California unless the action won’t threaten the survival of endangered species
- Meghan Markle has emerged victorious in her sister Samantha Markle's lawsuit against her as a judge has declared that the duchess isn't guilty of defamation.
- Chris and Julie Ramsey have set off on a drive that will take them from the North Pole to the South Pole in a modified electric Nissan Ariya SUV.
- CA Gov. Gavin Newsom drops $10 million on political action committee, pledges to boost Democrats in red statesGavin Newsom, the governor of California, pledged to boost Democrats in Red States ahead of the 2024 election. Newsom also dropped $10 million on a political action committee.
- A man from Illinois was shot by police three times after he charged at them with a knife. The man allegedly stabbed a woman prior to the shooting.
- Court could help clean up homelessness chaos in this city, and yours. Arizona solution inflicted pain on neighbors and decision means city must clean it up.
- Kid Rock and Miranda Lambert are influencing a new generation of country stars, including Megan Moroney and Jelly Roll, who are up for their first CMT awards.
- South Carolina authorities are focusing on two persons of interest in the 2015 homicide of Stephen Smith, who was found dead in the road miles from Murdaugh estate, new report reveals.
- After a shooting in an elementary school that left six people, including three 9-year-olds, dead, Conor McGregor is calling for the "armed protection at each school."
- The "Trans Day of Vengeance" protest scheduled for April 1 in Washington, D.C., has been canceled due to "a credible threat to life and safety," according to its organizers.
- Colorado Rockies closer Daniel Bard was placed on the injured list with anxiety, as he was open about dealing with the "yips" again.
- Former Vice President Mike Pence reacted to the historic criminal indictment of former President Trump on Thursday, calling it an "outrage" and saying it appears to be "political prosecution."
- Maine lawmakers passed a nearly $10 billion state budget for the next two years. The budget angered Republicans but prevented a government shutdown.
- Arkansas Gov. Sarah Huckabee Sanders, legislative leaders call for cutting income taxes by $124 millionLegislative leaders in Arkansas are calling for cutting income taxes by $124 million. State officials say 1.1 million taxpayers would receive a tax cut.
- Xavier Sevilla, who was 15 when he shot eight people at a Milwaukee mall, was sentenced to 15 years in prison for the shooting. Sevilla will be incarcerated until he's 30 years old.
- Byrion Montgomery, a Chicago teen accused of killing three people, has been indicted on first-degree murder charges. He allegedly killed his 17-year-old girlfriend and two others.
- The Fox News Autos newsletter brings you the latest developments in the world of cars, trucks, performance vehicles and collectible automobiles.
Top 20 USA Today
- by The UK's King Charles III boarded a train on Friday for the final leg of his three-day visit to Germany that will take him and Camilla, the queen consort, to the northern port city of Hamburg. (Mar. 31)
- by A look at the day's best photographs from around the world.
- by The measure does away with background checks, training, and fees for a concealed weapons license. There are more than 2.6 million Florida CWL holders.
- by A NY grand jury has indicted former President Donald Trump, Obamacare's preventative health mandate is struck down by a federal judge: 5 Things podcast
- by Darren Watts inherited his father's extensive collection of items including over 300,000 comic books. Here's how he's reshaping their family legacy.
- by A criminal case, mounting frustrations and a rare horse that could be dead: A Minnesota woman and Florida circus founder arguing over who owned Ben.
- by A report by the Movement Advancement Project documents eight ways LGBTQ people are being targeted with a record number of bills in the U.S. this year.
- by Some train accident rates have risen nearly 25% in the past decade, and union workers say further cuts to staffing imperil the nation's safety.
- by Plus threats in Ohio, Proud Boys testimony in D.C.: It's the week in extremism, from USA TODAY.
- by A killer whale named Lolita has cleared the first hurdle to being freed from a Florida aquarium and rejoining an orca pod in the wild.
- by When Taylor Hash asked the control tower over the radio how best to make the emergency landing at a Michigan airport, Hash said she felt frantic.
- by Here's the latest for Friday March 31st: Former President Donald Trump indicted; Trump supporters protest; Kentucky military helicopter crash investigated; Gwyneth Paltrow wins Utah ski collision case.
- by Nashville Police released recordings of three calls that were made during Monday's attack at The Covenant School.
- by Donald Trump has been indicted by a Manhattan grand jury, prosecutors and defense lawyers said Thursday, making him the first former U.S. president to face a criminal charge and jolting his bid to retake the White House next year. (March 30)
- by The Biden administration has remained silent in the wake of former President Donald Trump's indictment, but pressure to respond will be expected over the coming days and weeks. (March 30)
- by With 311 tornadoes so far, according to Storm Prediction Center data, it's the third-most-active start to a year on record in the U.S.
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- by Gwyneth Paltrow has won her court battle over a 2016 ski collision at a posh Utah ski resort after a jury decided that the actor wasn't at fault for the crash. The jury verdict came Thursday in a packed court room in Park City, Utah. (March 30)
- by New York District Attorney Alvin Bragg left his office Thursday evening without commenting on a grand jury indictment of former President Donald Trump (March 30)
- by A Manhattan grand jury has voted to indict Donald Trump on charges involving payments made during the 2016 presidential campaign to silence claims of an extramarital sexual encounter. It's the first ever criminal case against a former U.S. president and a jolt to Trump's bid to retake the White House in 2024. (March 30)
Top 20 Reuters
Top 20 Politico
- by Steven ShepardWe put the presidential hopefuls into categories based roughly on their chances to get the GOP nomination.
- by POLITICO StaffIntroducing the lawmakers and luminaries who wielded extraordinary influence over politics, culture and race in 2022.
- by Lili Bayer and Leyla AksuThe country is set to become the alliance’s 31st member as Sweden’s bid remains frozen.
- by Nancy VuTennessee's senators have also introduced school security legislation in response to the mass shooting.
- ‘God, are they going to indict Hunter Biden for, X, Y or Z?’ What’s Biden thinking, and other questions post Trump indictmentThree of our best reporters debate what's next after Trump's indictment on Playbook’s Deep Dive podcast.
- by Nancy VuBarry Moore offered ham and cheese sandwiches from his office in Longworth.
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- by Adam Wren, Natalie Allison and Lisa KashinskyTrump’s indictment has his rivals and conservative media rallying to his side.
- by Steven ShepardThere were a number of public surveys conducted in the lead up to the indictment. And they all showed a similar story.
- by Andrew Atterbury'This bill does nothing but tell certain parts of our community in Florida that they don’t exist,' says one Democrat.
- by Steven Overly and Barbara MoensThe U.S. and European Union are negotiating a deal to shore up much-needed critical minerals for electric vehicles, but calling it a “free trade agreement” is creating complications on both sides of the Atlantic.
- by Camille von Kaenel and Alex GuillénTruck manufacturers will have to sell an increasing share of zero emissions vehicles now that the EPA has approved California's regulations.
- by Brendan BordelonA bipartisan Senate bill that would rein in the Chinese-owned app is facing its first real headwinds.
- by Kyle Cheney, Jordain Carney and Erica OrdenManhattan District Attorney Alvin Bragg issued his first public response to Hill Republicans since news of the former president's indictment.
- by Tanya SnyderThe proposed rules for electric vehicle tax credits produced few clear winners and losers.
- by James BikalesThe restrictions on foreign content will reduce how many vehicles can qualify for the $7,500 tax credit, at least temporarily. But the administration hopes it will bring long-term growth, jobs and energy security to the U.S.
- by Matt BergFederal prosecutors want to ensure the railroad “pays the full cost of the environmental cleanup."
- by Maura ReynoldsA former correspondent expelled from the Soviet Union says the charges leveled against Wall Street Journal reporter Evan Gershkovich put this case in a different category.
Top 20 Yahoo News
Top 20 Los Angeles Times
- by Nathan SolisA police shooting Friday on the 10 Freeway in City Terrace closed the freeway in both directions, causing a major traffic backup, authorities said.
- by Rebecca Ellis, Phi DoAccording to weather data analyzed by The Times, it really has been the drabbest winter Southern Californians have lived through recently.
- by Nathan SolisThe Dodgers won their season opener, a Dodger fan got a yes from his marriage proposal and Dodger security got a big applause.
- by Noah GoldbergThe FBI seizes more than 2,000 kilograms of illegal drugs, including meth, bath salts and counterfeit Xanax, at a drug lab in Garden Grove.
- Bomb cyclone, atmospheric river, polar vortex: How our weather terminology has grown with recent wild stormsby Grace TooheyIt might seem like recent weather has been dominated by new phenomena, but experts say these terms have been around for decades in the scientific world and are simply new to the public discourse as weather becomes more extreme.
- by Christian MartinezA sea mountain was discovered about 200 miles off Northern California during a recent expedition by an unmanned sea mapping vehicle.
- by Rosanna XiaLucy Jones, California's beloved earthquake expert, sits down with environment reporter Rosanna Xia to discuss music's power to inspire climate action.
- by Jon HealeyCalifornia will soon require Medi-Cal recipients to prove their eligibility again. But it has a safety net for people who lose their coverage.
- by Luke Money, Rong-Gong Lin IIThe county public health chief says emergency orders are no longer needed 'to ensure we have and can use life-saving tools and mitigation strategies.'
- by Miriam PawelA rare, sometimes brown, sometimes iridescent ground beetle will carry the former California governor's name into the future.
- by Rosanna XiaA man was shot after a confrontation with California Highway Patrol officers along an onramp to the 405 in Hawthorne.
- by Erika D. SmithA jury found the longtime politician guilty in a sprawling federal case involving a quid pro quo with USC. Replacing him won't be easy for Black L.A.
- When a 9-year-old girl didn't want her goat to be slaughtered, county fair officials sent deputies after itby Salvador HernandezJessica Long's 9-year-old didn't want her goat, Cedar, to be slaughtered at the county fair. Officials sent deputies with a search warrant to get it back.
- by David ZahniserMayor Karen Bass described convicted Councilmember Mark Ridley-Thomas as a champion of the city, a thought leader and "a policymaker who made a real impact."
- by Benjamin Oreskes, Doug SmithA petition filed in Los Angeles Superior Court proposes that the 29 Skid Row Housing Trust buildings be turned over to a statewide receivership firm.
- by James QueallyAt least three of Los Angeles County Dist. Atty. George Gascón's potential challengers in next year's election cycle come from within his own office.
- by Taryn LunaWith $10 million in campaign funds, Gov. Gavin Newsom opened a new federal political action committee dubbed the "Campaign for Democracy" to boost Democrats in the 2024 election.
- by Noah GoldbergState Sen. Steven Bradford (D-Gardena) introduced a bill to establish the 'Ebony Alert' system that would inform people of missing Black children and young women.
- by Julia WickL.A. City Council President Paul Krekorian called on his colleagues to reappoint Heather Hutt as the District 10 council member.
- by Noah GoldbergThe chase lasted about a minute and ended a mile away in downtown Los Angeles when the driver crashed into another car, the Los Angeles Police Department said.