Tuesdya November 28, 2023 Unbiased headline news – Former President Donald Trump is set to reappear as a witness in his ongoing New York civil fraud trial on December 11, as confirmed by his legal representation.

The defense, additionally planning to bring Eric Trump to the stand on December 6, anticipates concluding their case soon after the former president’s testimony. This follows Trump’s prior testimony on November 6, relating to a lawsuit filed by New York Attorney General Letitia James, which seeks $250 million in damages.

In a significant visit on Monday, Elon Musk toured a kibbutz devastated by Hamas alongside Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, ahead of a meeting with President Isaac Herzog. The visit emphasized discussions on combating anti-Semitism online.

Musk’s journey included a poignant stop at the Kfar Aza Kibbutz, scene of a tragic massacre of 52 people by Hamas on October 7. There, Musk and Netanyahu visited the home of 4-year-old Abigail Edan, whose parents perished in the attack and who was subsequently abducted to Gaza.

The latest estimates from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention indicate that nearly 1 in 10 new COVID-19 cases in the U.S. are now attributed to the BA.2.86 variant, a notable increase from previous figures.

This variant shows a significant presence, particularly in the Northeastern U.S., with 13.1% of cases in the New York and New Jersey region being ascribed to BA.2.86. This marks the first time the variant has been distinguished as a unique strain in the CDC’s tracking.

University of North Carolina graduate student Tailei Qi, accused of fatally shooting his faculty advisor, has been deemed unfit for trial following two mental health assessments, as per a judicial ruling on Monday.

The 34-year-old Qi, facing charges of first-degree murder and illegal firearm possession on educational property, is believed to suffer from untreated schizophrenia, according to the evaluations. He remains in custody without bond.

Families of the Sandy Hook victims, who secured nearly $1.5 billion in legal judgments against Alex Jones for labeling the 2012 school shooting a hoax, have proposed to settle for a significantly reduced amount of at least $85 million over 10 years.

This offer, presented in Jones’ personal bankruptcy proceedings in Houston, is seen as a potential resolution to the bankruptcy cases of both Jones and his Free Speech Systems company.

Montana resident Anthony James Cross intends to enter a guilty plea for threatening to kill U.S. Senator Jon Tester, as part of a plea agreement with federal prosecutors.

If the court approves the deal, Cross could face a sentence of up to 10 years in prison. The agreement also includes the dismissal of a separate charge related to threats against President Joe Biden at the time of sentencing.

Stephen Colbert has announced a temporary suspension of his late-night show due to a medical issue, as per a statement released on the show’s Instagram account on Monday.

Colbert, 59, humorously dismissed speculations of a “turkey overdose” or “gravy boat capsize,” revealing he is recovering from an emergency appendix surgery. He expressed his thanks to the medical professionals for their care during this time.

Jean Knight, the New Orleans-born soul singer famed for her 1971 hit “Mr. Big Stuff,” has died at the age of 80.

The Grammy-nominated artist, celebrated as a vital component of New Orleans’ musical heritage, passed away due to natural causes in Tampa, Florida. Her death has elicited tributes from a wide circle of family, friends, fans, and fellow musicians.