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Fox News First newsletter provides a variety of headlines to start your day, from coverage of a solar eclipse to updates on a country star’s arrest. The newsletter also highlights a video released by a GOP presidential candidate on abortion, along with experts discussing the impact of Robert F. Kennedy Jr.’s recent surge on Democrats. Lawmakers and analysts criticize California’s governor over a $73 billion state deficit, and Fetterman breaks ranks with ‘woke’ Democrats on a critical homeowner issue. Additionally, there is a story of a former NCAA scorer claiming she still holds a record, despite being surpassed by Caitlin Clark.

In the realm of politics, Rep. Boebert plans to air a game-time ad in the midst of a heated Colorado House race, while the mother of an American held by Hamas pleads for his release before a cease-fire. There are reports of protesters in Michigan chanting ‘Death to America, Israel’, which has led to criticism from top Democrats following Biden’s call with Netanyahu. Trump’s battle with Zuckerberg over the TikTok ban is shaping the debate, and experts share tips on dealing with squatters. A Colorado cake shop owner’s interaction with an unruly customer goes viral, and a Democratic senator questions Biden’s clarity on aid to Israel.

Opinion pieces from Janice Dean and Karol Markowicz discuss the significance of the recent eclipse and the seemingly frequent school closures being used as an excuse. Researchers warn of a potential spike in deadly crashes during the eclipse, and an American culture quiz challenges knowledge on various topics. The late country icon Toby Keith was honored at the CMT Music Awards, and a gorilla at the Santa Barbara Zoo gets up close and personal with a camera. Additionally, Mark Levin and Dennis Kucinich share their views in video segments.

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