NBC News Top Stories 4 April 2018

YouTube suspect was animal rights activist who complained about 'suppression'

Aghdam's Facebook page shows a photo of her standing on a street corner in February 2017 with the heading "YouTube Dictatorship."

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These Americans moved to the 'most progressive' country for new dads

"Here, it's not about work," said Tyler Reid, who moved his young family from New York. "It's about enjoying life."

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China retaliates with new tariffs on $50 billion of U.S. goods

Investors are wondering whether one of the worst trade disputes in many years could now turn into a full-scale trade war between the economic superpowers.

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Remembering the assassination of Martin Luther King

"Hope & Fury: MLK, The Movement and The Media," an NBC News documentary, will air before the 50th anniversary of the assassination of Martin Luther King Jr.

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'Nightmare bacteria' spreading across the U.S.

Aggressive testing at hospitals and clinics can stop superbugs

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Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg to testify before House committee on April 11

The testimony will be Zuckerberg's first before the U.S. government

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Trump's top infrastructure aide is leaving White House

DJ Gribbin, the latest in a long list of administration exits, is departing to pursue "new opportunities," an official told NBC News.

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Markets plunge as trade war rhetoric heats up

"It's not so bad if we have a few tariffs... but if it escalates worldwide then you're really threatening the recovery globally."

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Here's why a Dem victory in Wisconsin last night was a big deal

First Read is your briefing from Meet the Press and the NBC Political Unit on the day's most important political stories and why they matter

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Poll: Majority of millennials are in debt, hitting pause on major life events

Credit card debt — rather than student loans — is the most prevalent type of debt among the group.

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'No jokes' at border, Russia warns London-bound soccer fans amid spy tensions

Russian officials urged soccer fans to "behave" amid tensions over a poisoned spy, adding "no jokes please" when at passport control.

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