Saturday April 1, 2023
IMF Approves $15.6 Billion Loan Program for Ukraine

IMF board approves four-year $15.6 billion loan program for Ukraine. Part of a global $115 billion package to support the country's economy.

Threats of 'Burn Down the State' as Million-Person Event to Support

'Million-person' event to focus on military reservists who threatened to not show up for volunteer active reserve duty. Legislation's opponents trying to 'burn down the state'

Michigan Congressman to Undergo Surgery for Tonsil Tumor

The Michigan Democrat said he will be absent from Congress for several weeks as he undergoes surgery to remove a small tumor on one of his tonsils.

Federal Judge Blocks Tennessee Law Limiting Drag Shows

A federal judge on Friday temporarily blocked Tennessee’s first-in-the-nation law. The law placing strict limits on drag shows was set to go into effect.

Senator John Fetterman Released from Hospital After Six Weeks of Treatment for Depression

Senator John Fetterman has been released from a hospital near Washington. He underwent six weeks of treatment for depression.

Congress Reaches Agreements Before Reaching Borrowing Limit Impasse

Fights over increasing the nation’s borrowing authority have been contentious in Congress. Time and again, lawmakers found a way to step back from the brink before.

Donald Trump Facing Over 30 Fraud-Related Charges in New York Over Hush

Former President Donald Trump is facing about 30 document fraud-related charges in New York City. The charges are connected to hush money he allegedly paid to cover up affairs.

Clark's 41 Points Leads Hawkeyes in Ending Gamecocks' Record-

Hawkeyes end Gamecocks' 42-game winning streak. Clark scores 41 points, including 16 of Iowa's 18 fourth-quarter points.

Trump Accuses Judge of "Railroading" Former CFO Ahead of Up

Trump said Judge Juan Merchan "hates" him and had "railroaded" Weisselberg.

Leaked video of pastor of Fountaingate Fellowship Church is a possible IRS violation

A video of the pastor of Fountaingate Fellowship Church advising his congregation to pick up signs of his political campaign has some questions.

Florida Senate Passes SB-150, Loosening Gun Laws

The Florida senate passed SB-150 Thursday in a vote that was mostly along party lines (27-13). One Republican,

Exec Gloria Faber Pushes Expansion of Youth Soccer with Mesa del Sol Lead

Gloria Faber is the executive director of the New Mexico Youth Soccer Organization. She and other youth sports organizations have been working to expand the Mesa del Sol.

Jio Network Experiences Outage Amid Calls to Prioritise Services

Many users claimed that the network had been down since the morning. Others urged Jio to prioritise its services over experimenting with interactive camera angles.

Canada Approves $14.8 Billion Shaw Communications Buyout by Rogers Communications

Canada approves Rogers Communications Inc's C$20 billion ($14.8 billion) buyout of Shaw Communications. Rogers secured binding commitments after securing binding commitments.

Tsai Ing-wen Engages In Friendly Dialogue With House Majority Leader Hake

Taiwan President Tsai Ing-wen met this week with the top House Democrat, Hakeem Jeffries.

Fed Governor Lisa Cook To Consider Inflation and Possible Banking Turmoil

Federal Reserve Board Governor Lisa Cook says she will weigh signs of momentum in inflation against potential economic headwinds.

Trump Facing 30 Document Fraud Charges in NYC Over Hush Money Payments

Former President Donald Trump is facing about 30 document fraud-related charges in New York City. The charges are connected to hush money he allegedly paid to cover up affairs.

Manhattan DA Accuses House Republicans of Collaborating with Trump

The Manhattan district attorney's office is again slamming House Republicans for their efforts to intervene in its investigation into former President Donald Trump.

Enhanced Security at Trump Tower After Trump Indictment, Quiet Protest Held

Security stepped up after former President Donald Trump was indicted. The scene remained mostly peaceful as a small group of protesters who support the former president.

Micheail Ward Sentenced to 84 Years in Prison for Murder of 15-Year

Micheail Ward was sentenced to 84 years in prison for the murder of the 15-year-old's murder in 2013. The murder came just days after she attended President Obama's second inauguration.