News Brief (3/26 to 4/1)

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Tuesday, March 26

  • The House failed to override Trump’s veto measure to terminate his national emergency on the U.S. Southern border.

Wednesday, March 27

  • Michelle Obama’s memoir “Becoming” officially sold 10 million copies since being released.
  • New York’s Rockland County declared a measles state of emergency and banned unvaccinated minors from public spaces.

Thursday, March 28

  • The U.S. approved secret nuclear power work for Saudi Arabia.
  • A woman with two wombs gave birth twice and nearly a month apart of each other.

Friday, March 29

  • “Law and Order: SVU” made TV history with its renewal for season 21.
  • Two men wrongfully convicted of 1976 murder were freed after 43 years behind bars.
  • The court blocked another Trump attempt to undermine Obamacare, aka the Affordable Care Act.

Saturday, March 30

  • Trump cut all direct assistance to Northern Triangle countries, which includes Honduras, El Salvador and Guatemala.
  • Dick’s Sporting Goods reported $150 million in lost sales after halting assault-weapons sales.

Sunday, March 31

  • Dallas Cowboys legend Michael Irvin announced he is cancer-free after scare.

Monday, April 1

  • Every year, April 1 marks April Fools Day.
  • America would run out of avocados in three weeks if Trump shut down the Mexico border.
  • Nipsey Hussle died after a shooting near Los Angeles clothing store.
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