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Here are 5 things to know for April 4th: Eclipse, US-Israel Relations, Taiwan Earthquake, Trump, Immigration

US-Israel Relations (Credits: Vox)

With the solar eclipse right around the corner, excitement is building. However, weather forecasts predicting severe thunderstorms across the Southern Plains and Lower Mississippi Valley, including areas within the eclipse’s path of totality, are prompting last-minute changes to viewing plans.

This path stretches from Texas to Maine, covering cities like Dallas, Indianapolis, Cleveland, and Buffalo, New York. Specifically, regions in Texas, Oklahoma, Arkansas, and Louisiana face the likelihood of storm clouds that could mar the celestial spectacle.

In diplomatic news, President Joe Biden is set to have a crucial phone conversation with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu despite growing tensions over the ongoing conflict in Gaza.

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu (Credits: PBS)

This dialogue follows a tragic incident involving an Israeli airstrike that resulted in the deaths of seven humanitarian workers, sparking worldwide criticism. Despite Biden’s reported anger and frustration over the incident, the administration maintains its support for Israel’s military actions.

Former President Donald Trump’s request to postpone his New York criminal trial pending a Supreme Court decision on presidential immunity has been denied on the legal front.

This development ensures that the prosecution concerning payments made to Stormy Daniels will commence with jury selection on April 15. Concurrently, U.S. District Judge Aileen Cannon, a Trump appointee, is under scrutiny for her handling of Trump’s classified documents case in Florida, with some suggesting her slow pace benefits Trump’s delay tactics.

President Joe Biden (Credits: WROC TV)

In immigration news, a federal judge has ruled that migrants unexpectedly flown from Texas to Martha’s Vineyard last year have the right to sue the transport company involved. The operation, orchestrated by Florida Governor Ron DeSantis, surprised both the migrants and Martha’s Vineyard residents.

Allegations have emerged that the migrants were promised stable housing, employment, and educational opportunities upon their arrival. This incident is part of a broader trend where Republican governors have been transporting migrants to Democratic-leaning cities as a protest against the federal government’s border management policies.

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