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The House Intelligence Committee Releases Politically Driven Memo to Suggest Investigator Bias in Russia Investigation

Hunter Redmon, Reporter

March 1, 2018

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On Friday 2, 2018, The House Intelligence Committee and President Trump publicly released a memo suggesting the FBI and Justice Department showed unfair bias in their surveillance of Trump Campaign Advisor Carter Page. After ...

Black Panther Shocking the World

Zebiba Denning, Reporter

February 27, 2018

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Marvel Studios and Ryan Coogler's superhero movie "Black Panther" has become a global success, grossing a jaw dropping $427 million in global ticket sales. "Black Panther" centers around a fictional African nation called Wakanda, whi...

Trendy American Cities

Zebiba Denning, Reporter

February 27, 2018

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  When it comes to cool, trendy cities, we already know that the major cities (NYC, LA, Chicago, Boston, and San Francisco) have it on lock down, but this year these three cities are rising in “trendy-ness”. The f...

North and South Korea Begin to Mend Troubled Relationship Through Winter Olympics

Joe Hinshaw, Reporter

February 27, 2018

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Despite decades of hostile relations and bitter dissonance, North and South Korea have made plans to march under one flag in this year’s Winter Olympics, displaying an unprecedented sign of reparation between the two nations. Si...

Walmart Increases Hourly Wage

Zebiba Denning, Reporter

February 27, 2018

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In early January, Walmart Inc. announced it will raise its starting hourly wages to $11, expand parental leave benefits, and give cash bonuses to employees of up to $1,000. The company reportedly cut 3,500 co-manager positions and added ...

Abuse Allegations End Porter’s Political Career Early

Cade Prinzivalli, Reporter

February 27, 2018

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  The White House Staff Secretary, Rob Porter, resigned early in the morning of February 7, days after abuse allegations arose from his two former wives.   Assigned with the crucial task of controlling the paper flow tha...

North Korean Cheer Squad Makes an Impression at the 2018 Olympic Games

Gigi Gallaudet, Reporter

February 27, 2018

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This year at the Winter Olympics there have been many sources of interest, from Russia’s disqualification, to North and South Korea competing together, to an elusive new phenomenon: North Korea’s Cheer Team. The 229-member s...

SpaceX Underestimation Leads to Tesla Roadster Missing Destination

Cade Prinzivalli, Reporter

February 27, 2018

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 Mid-morning on January 6, earlier this week the Heavy Falcon, SpaceX’s most powerful rocket, launched from Kennedy Space Center’s pad 39A. On top of being a rocket significant for its power, it also has a special passenger...

Opportunity Starts with Safe Water

Georgia Costa, Reporter

February 15, 2018

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Water.org is taking immense steps towards improving lives and supplying clean water to those who experience the global water crisis every day. Changing the world, Water.org is a program that uses affordable loans to provid...

North and South Korea Creating Peace for the Upcoming Winter Olympics

Kayla Ponti, Reporter

February 13, 2018

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The 2018 Winter Olympic Games is taking place in PyeongChang, South Korea starting on Friday, February 9th and goes until Sunday, February 25th with athletes from 94 countries competing. Because the two countries, North and...

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