Another seated juror in former President Trump's hush money criminal trial is being dismissed after he was questioned about his arrest record. This comes after a juror was excused earlier today when she expressed concerns about her identity being made public by the media. Trump is accused of falsifying business records in order to cover up payments allegedly made to an adult film star just prior to the 2016 election.        Conservatives are warning Republican Mike Johnson against raising the threshold required to trigger the procedure to oust the House speaker. Johnson was involved in a tense exchange on the House floor today with a group of conservatives calling on him to assure them he would not raise the threshold on the motion to vacate. Johnson refused to commit, frustrating lawmakers like Florida Republican Matt Gaetz, who later told reporters doing so would likely kick off an effort to remove Johnson.        The White House is clarifying that President Biden's uncle wasn't eaten by cannibals. During two campaign stops in Pennsylvania yesterday, Biden said his uncle Ambrose Finnegan got shot down during World War Two in New Guinea, and they never found the body because there were a lot of cannibals in the area. On Thursday, the White House press secretary told reporters aboard Air Force One Biden was only expressing how "incredibly proud" he was of Finnegan and he was not eaten by New Guinea natives in 1944.       Some University of Southern California students are angry after its pro-Palestinian valedictorian was told she would not be speaking at graduation. The university said the decision was made for safety concerns. Protesters gathered Wednesday to call on the university president to reverse the decision.        Prince Harry is officially declaring the United States as his primary home. He listed the U.S. as his "new country/state usually resident" in business filings. He and Meghan Markle first settled in California in 2020 after stepping away from their positions in the royal family.        Allman Brothers Band singer-guitarist Dickey Betts has died at the age of 80. His family announced his death on his Instagram account. They said Betts passed away peacefully Thursday at his home in Osprey, Florida surrounded by his family.