News Trending Now - Wednesday, March 30

Top trending news stories in San Diego on Wednesday, March 30, 2022.


·1 in 5 run out of money before payday

·Life Ratings Drop to 13-Month Low

·President of BlackRock investment firm warns an 'entitled generation' needs to brace for shock of shortages and higher inflation: Experts warn Americans will pay an EXTRA $433 a month for basic goods this year

·Study reveals what's to blame for the inflation spike


·UKRAINE STRIKES BACK: Zelenskyy's forces appear to have started shelling Russian territory

·Attacks hit Ukraine’s north despite Russian pledges to scale back

·Correspondent explains why no one should be fooled by Russian withdrawal claims

·Russian newscaster calls for reinstatement of 'partner' Trump


·Five people shot dead near Tel Aviv, the third attack in Israel in a week

·Bennett: 'We are dealing with a new wave of terrorism'

·After Israel attacks, sidelined Palestinian issue reemerges


·GOP exposes Biden's CDC, teachers' union ties on COVID guidance

·FDA vaccine chief says ALL Americans will need fourth COVID-19 vaccine shot in the fall as agency approves jab for residents 50 and older

·Ultra-contagious BA.2 Omicron strain adds urgency to second booster shot

·Animals latest frontier in fight

·COVID tests, elusive just months ago, are now plentiful

·Dyson launches Zone air purifying Bluetooth headphones with visor


·GOP Sen. Collins says she’ll back Ketanji Brown Jackson for Supreme Court

·‘Disgraceful’: Manchin Flames Republicans Over How They Handled Ketanji Brown Jackson’s Hearing

·Political battle lines form on Clarence Thomas


·California group votes to limit reparations to slave descendants

·Liberal media push CRT ideology on TV while denying it exists

·Washington state school district will encourage teachers to consider students' race when dishing out punishments: Critics say new policy will result in harsher punishments for white students


·‘Really alarming’: the rise of smart cameras used to catch maskless students US schools

·Teacher On MSNBC Worries He Can't Talk About His Love Life With Kindergarteners Anymore


·Disney exec wants half its characters to be LGBTQIA, minorities by end of year

·Leaked videos expose Disney pushing LGBT agenda, taking aim at DeSantis

·Disney axes 'boys and girls' from all park greetings to promote inclusivity

·DeSantis says Disney 'crossed the line' with criticism of 'Don't Say Gay' law

·Ron Perlman Calls Gov. Ron DeSantis ‘Piece Of S**t’ In Bizarrely Aggressive Twitter Video


·Biden budget plan includes lawyers for migrants

·Regional leaders lobbying in Washington for central transit hub, new border crossing, other infrastructure

·Border May Be Hit With Large Surge Of Migrants If Biden Does Not Act On One Policy

·As the US rolls out the welcome mat for Ukrainian refugees, some see a double standard at the border


·Homelessness crisis boils over: Pain, confusion, anger and a congressional F-bomb

·Governor Newsom Announces $136.6 Million in Awards for 10 New Homekey Projects 

·Homeless man allegedly rapes teen at knifepoint in California garage

·Fletcher announces initiatives to tackle homelessness, mental health, with $10M in grants for cities

·The Slums of California


·Federal investigation of Hunter Biden heats up

·Trump Calls On Putin To Release Details On Hunter Biden

·Inside Hunter Biden’s multimillion-dollar deals with a Chinese energy company


·Schumer 'triggered and traumatized' by Will Smith's Oscars slap

·Academy Awards board of governors set to decide fate of Will Smith's Oscar after Chris Rock slap

·Chris Rock’s Bro: Diddy Lied About Will, Chris Making Up

·Chris Rock's brother doesn't accept Will Smith's apology

·Chris Rock recently opened up about letting people 'walk all over' him

·Jim Carrey 'sickened' by Oscars' standing ovation for Will Smith: 'Hollywood is spineless'

·Woman from Chris Rock's 'Good Hair' angry over Oscars joke: 'Shame on you'

·Bill Maher calls Will Smith Oscars slap 'cancel culture encapsulated'


·Why People Are Acting So Weird

·Meta Has Been Paying a GOP Firm to Sow Panic About TikTok

·Aliens 'abducting humans and living on Earth before invasion', prof claims

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