'Test of faith for Trump Media's investors'

A roundup of the headlines from the US front pages

The Supreme Court's "conservative justices question legality of obstruction charges against Jan. 6 rioters" in oral arguments on Tuesday, the Los Angeles Times says on Wednesday's front page. The case "divides justices" and their "ruling may affect Trump prosecution," The Washington Post said. "Rivalries divide Israel's War Cabinet," The Wall Street Journal says, as it "debates response to Iran attack," aiming "for deterrence while avoiding all-out war," The Boston Globe says. Plunging share prices pose a "test of faith for Trump Media's investors," the Post reports, though "some small-time traders" are "proud to hold" depreciating shares.

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