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Former President Trump said he wants President Biden to be drug-tested before their first debate. “I’m gonna demand a drug test too, by the way,” Trump said at the Minnesota Republican Party’s Lincoln Reagan Dinner Friday. “I am, no I really am. I don’t want him coming in like the State of the Union, he was high as a kite.”

Donald Trump demands Joe Biden submit drug test before first debate

Former President Trump said he wants President Biden to be drug-tested before their first debate. “I’m gonna demand a drug test too, by the way,” Trump said at the Minnesota Republican Party’s Lincoln Reagan Dinner Friday. “I am, no I really am. I don’t want him coming in like the State of the Union, he was high as a kite.”

Closing arguments for Donald Trump's criminal trial could rest its case as soon as May 21 after a pivotal testimony from Michael Cohen.

Trump trial recap: Legal analysts call Cohen cross-examination ‘damning’

As the New York criminal trial of former President Donald Trump enters its sixth week, the prosecution is expected to rest its case as soon as Monday, May 20. Over the past five weeks, prosecutors have presented testimony from 19 witnesses, with Michael Cohen, Trump’s former lawyer and fixer, serving as their key witness. The…

The first shipment of humanitarian aid for civilians in Gaza to use the United States’ newly built pier made its way into the territory. The Morning Rundown™

Humanitarian aid begins entering Gaza via US-built pier

The first shipment of humanitarian aid made its way across the United States’ newly built pier in Gaza, and at least four people are killed after severe storms hit the Houston area. These stories and more highlight The Morning Rundown for Friday, May 17, 2024. Humanitarian aid begins entering Gaza via US-built pier Humanitarian aid…

The Justice Department targets AI election crimes with tougher penalties as AI threats grow ahead of the 2024 presidential election.

DOJ cracks down on AI threats ahead of 2024 election

Federal prosecutors are increasing efforts to combat election-related crimes involving artificial intelligence. Deputy U.S. Attorney General Lisa Monaco announced that the Justice Department will seek tougher sentences for crimes using AI, including threats against election workers and voter suppression. Artificial intelligence continues to be a significant concern as the 2024 election approaches. According to a…

Wildfires in Canada are once again burning, creating hazardous conditions not only in Canada but also the United States.

Nearly 90 wildfires burn in Canada as air quality threat looms in upper Midwest

Around 90 wildfires are currently burning in Canada, sending smoke into the upper Midwest. On Monday, May 13, the smoke caused several states to issue air quality alerts. In Minnesota, all groups of people — healthy or not — were advised to stay indoors. There was a similar problem in 2023 when Canada had its…

The FDA said that recent test reveal that bird flu remnant were found in one in five commercial milk samples.

FDA: Bird flu found in 1/5 commercial milk samples, suggests greater spread

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) announced on Thursday, April 25, that one in five commercial milk samples tested in a nationwide survey contained particles of the H5N1 virus. The announcement suggests that the outbreak of bird flu might have deeply penetrated the dairy industry across the United States. Dr. Michael Osterholm, an infectious…

The University declined divesting from Israel but pledged to expedite reviewing student proposals through the Advisory Committee for Socially Responsible Investing.

Dozens detained during pro-Palestinian protests at Columbia University

More than 100 students were arrested Thursday, April 18, at Columbia University during a pro-Palestinian protest on the campus’ main lawn. The arrests occurred as New York City police, in riot gear, dismantled a makeshift tent city that had been set up by the protesters without school permission after a second day of protest. University President Minouche…

Israel struck back in its first military response to Iran's attack and the 12-person jury is selected in Trump's hush money trial. The Morning Rundown™

Israel carries out strike against Iran in response to drone attack

Israel struck back in its first military response to Iran since last weekend’s attack. The 12-person jury is selected in former President Donald Trump’s hush money trial. These stories and more highlight The Morning Rundown for Friday, April 19, 2024. Israel carried out strike against Iran in response to drone attack Israeli forces struck back…

Minnesota proposes a $100 million universal basic income pilot. The Texas Attorney General sued to block a similar program in Harris County.

Minnesota considers statewide universal basic income; Texas sues to stop UBI

The concept of universal basic income — inspired by pandemic stimulus checks issued under both President Joe Biden and former President Donald Trump — is gaining traction across the states. However, opinions on its potential to reshape finances are not so universal. Minnesota lawmakers are proposing a $100 million pilot program to establish universal basic…

Abortion is a crime against humanity. Kamala Harris’s visit to a Planned Parenthood clinic is an insult to Christians as Easter approaches.

Kamala Harris’s abortion clinic visit endorses crime against humanity

Kamala Harris became the first American vice president in history to visit an abortion services provider while in office on Thursday, Mar. 14. That visit was a part of her “Fight for Reproductive Freedoms” tour, which she hopes will mobilize Americans concerned about dwindling access to reproductive healthcare and abortion services. Straight Arrow News contributor…

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