Wall Street is closing higher as fears of a crisis in the banking sector eased. Stocks rallied after the Swiss government engineered a UBS takeover of Credit Suisse [[ swees ]] and regional bank stocks also rebounded after last week's steep losses. At the closing bell, the Dow Jones Industrial Average gained 382 points to 32-244. The S&P 500 added 34 points to 39-51 and the Nasdaq rose 45 points to 11-675.       Republicans in the House are demanding the Manhattan District attorney testify before Congress ahead of a possible indictment of former President Trump. This comes as Trump said over the weekend he expects to be arrested Tuesday as part of the probe into a hush money payment made to adult film actress Stormy Daniels. Meantime, barricades are now surrounding Trump Tower and Manhattan Criminal Court in New York City in preparation for his potential arrest.       A North Texas high school student who was shot on campus this morning is dead. Arlington police say the male student died at a hospital after the shooting in the parking lot of Lamar High School in Arlington. A female student was also hospitalized after shrapnel grazed her cheek and authorities said a juvenile male suspect is in custody as he faces a capital murder charge.       China's President should speak directly with Ukrainian President Zelensky. That's what National Security Council spokesman John Kirby told reporters at the White House. Kirby said the U.S. is hoping Chinese President Xi Jinping [[ she jeen-peeng ]] will press Russian President Vladimir Putin to halt the war in Ukraine and withdraw all his troops as the two leaders meet in Moscow.       It looks like the government of France will stay in place for now. That's because after it survived a no confidence vote following massive protests against a measure that would raise the nation's retirement age. President Emmanuel Macron [[ MAH-crohn ]] wanted to raise it to 64 from the current age of 62 as he said it's necessary to sustain things long into the future.       A man is facing charges after he allegedly assaulted an Ohio police officer with a bag of beer cans. On Saturday, Christopher Dashner was being questioned by Toledo police when he swung the bag of beer cans at the officers and then he dug his fingers into an eye of one of them. Dashner is facing charges of felony assault.