WBCR NEWS 4.26.17

In world news, tensions escalate in the Korean peninsula over the North’s nuclear program; and on Saturday, residents of Mbyo, Rwanda gathered to carry out a traditional ritual in remembrance of those who perished in the Rwandan Genocide.

In national news, a San Francisco Judge ruled that President Trump’s order to cut funding for sanctuary cities is unconstitutional; and President Trump asked Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke to conduct an unprecedented review of national monuments.

In local news, a group of  disabled residents filed a discrimination lawsuit against the Metropolitan Transportation Authority (MTA); and after two derailments at Penn Station, Amtrak considers closing the affected tracks until further notice.

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