Top stories from Tuesday 28th March:
White supremacist charged with an act of terrorism:
The landmark case decided yesterday has seen white supremacist, James Harrison Jackson, charged with murder as an act of terrorism after fatally stabbing 66-year-old Timothy Caughman. Jackson had planned a killing spree based on race in one of the most diverse multicultural cities, New York, to “make a statement.”
Jared Kushner is set to testify in the Trump-Russia investigation:
Jared Kushner, Donald Trump’s son-in-law and senior adviser, has agreed to testify before the Senate committee that is investigating the case of Russian interference in the latest US election.
The Independent have shared a video where Donald Trump admits Vladimir Putin is a killer but says he respects him.
Worldwide ban on nuclear weapons thought to be unrealistic:
US ambassador to the UN, Nikki Haley, has said a worldwide ban on nuclear weapons is not “realistic.” 40 countries, including the US, Britain and France, have refused to join in on talks about the issue.
Human waste found in Coca-Cola cans:
Police have undergone an investigation due to reports of human waste being found in Coca-Cola cans that were delivered to their factory in Northern Ireland.
The new £1 coin has security features:
Material inside the coin allows it to be electronically scanned by payment and coin-counting machines. It also includes micro-sized lettering inside both rims and a hologram-like image as additional security measures.
Two girls wearing leggings were barred from boarding a United Airlines flight:
United Airlines have defended a gate agent who stopped two young girls from boarding a flight because they were wearing leggings.