Five stories to know today: A Walmart employee killed six people and wounded several others before fatally shooting himself at a store in Virginia, A judge has scheduled an October 2023 trial for Donald Trump, Americans with student loan debt may get a reprieve, Hundreds of workers joined protests at Foxconn's iPhone plant in China, FTX was run as a ‘personal fiefdom’ of former CEO Sam Bankman-Fried.
1. Seven people were killed and several wounded in a shooting at a Walmart in Chesapeake, Virginia, just days after a gunman killed five and injured 17 at a Colorado LGBTQ nightclub.
2. A judge has scheduled an October 2023 trial for former U.S. President Donald Trump, three of his adult children and the Trump Organization in a lawsuit accusing them of fraudulently overvaluing company assets and Trump’s net worth.
3. Americans with student loan debt may get a reprieve from payments through August under a plan announced by President Joe Biden who said the timeline would give the Supreme Court a chance to hear a challenge to his policy.
4. Hundreds of workers joined protests at Foxconn's iPhone plant in China which appeared to be triggered by a plan to delay bonus payments.
5. FTX was run as a ‘personal fiefdom’ of former CEO Sam Bankman-Fried say attorneys for the collapsed crypto exchange as they detailed ongoing challenges such as hacks and substantial missing assets.
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