Catch up on the day’s news: Immigration ruling, ‘Goon Squad’ sentencing, spring equinox

Catch up on the day’s news: Immigration ruling, ‘Goon Squad’ sentencing, spring equinox - Domestic News - News

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What You Might Have Missed During Your Busy Day:

  1. Immigration Ruling:

    The United States Supreme Court has given the green light for Texas to enforce its contentious immigration law, which allows the state to arrest and detain individuals suspected of entering the country illegally. To gain insight into this development, watch News Finder’s analyst’s reaction.

  2. ‘Goon Squad’:

    The first of six former Mississippi officers was sentenced to 20 years in prison for torturing two Black men. Another ex-officer received over 17 years of incarceration.

  3. Peter Navarro:

    The former aide to Donald Trump reported to federal prison, becoming the first ex-White House official imprisoned for contempt of Congress. Hear Navarro’s statement.

  4. Spring Equinox:

    The first day of spring arrives, marking the beginning of longer days. Depending on your location around the world, you may celebrate today or tomorrow.

  5. State Primaries:

    Voters cast their ballots today in Arizona, Florida, Illinois, Kansas, and Ohio. Stay updated with live coverage.

Out and About:

For the first time since her surgery, Catherine, Princess of Wales, was seen out in public with Prince William over the weekend. Watch a new video of their shopping excursion.

Did You Know?

❗All but one of the world’s 100 worst polluted cities are in Asia.

Touchy Topic:

Dr. Sanjay Gupta sits down with best-selling author LindWest for a conversation about the misconceptions surrounding weight.

Wrapping Things Up on a Positive Note:

After being stolen 19 years ago, the ruby slippers worn by Judy Garland in “The Wizard of Oz” have finally returned home to their rightful owner.