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October 20, 2017


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On Saturday, a devastating bombing took place in the large city of Mogadishu, Somalia, located in Africa. There were two car bombs that exploded in the city within a few minutes of each other. This bombing claimed about 300 lives. The U.S. Government released a statement shaming the violent attack in...

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October 12, 2017


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Northern California is once again ablaze. The fires started Monday morning and evacuations quickly followed. Although forest fires themselves are dangerous, the air pollution that follows is much worse. An air quality analyst at University of California states, “by way of comparison, it takes approximat...

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October 5, 2017


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Every year around flu season, researchers say the current season will be the worst, but saying that year after year loses its effect. Television commercials, doctors' offices, and even CVS advertise for you to get a flu shot. Most people believe flu shots are a waste of money, time, and could potentially...

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September 28, 2017


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The Rohingya people, a mostly Muslim ethnic group living in the Buddhist Myanmar, do not have citizenship in their country. They also are not recognized as an ethnic group, meaning they are considered a stateless nation their home country. During 2016, nine border police from Myanmar were killed, causin...

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September 21, 2017


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Apple recently released a preview of the new iPhone X which comes out November 11, 2017. The iPhone X has many innovating new features such as Face ID, stabilized camera lens, 5.8 retina screen, and wireless charging. Although, it has all those new features the phone's price is close to 1,000 dollars....

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August 22, 2017


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As always, the first week of school brought challenges, hardships, and simple aggravation. What was the hardest part about getting back into school, and what about last week made up for it? 

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May 17, 2017


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In Washington, a protest of the Turkish ambassador's residence turned bloody, resulting in nine injured. Only hours after meeting with President Trump, the Turkish ambassador, Tayyip Erdogan, was met with several citizens protesting his policies towards the Middle East, followed with him releasing h...

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May 10, 2017


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President Trump took what many are calling his most audacious action yet when he fired FBI Director James Comey. Many argue that this could be part of a cover up by the Trump administration to prevent an FBI investigation of the President's ties to Russia. Do you think this is a cover up, or just the new ...

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May 3, 2017


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In 2015, former First Lady Michelle Obama started the Let Girls Learn initiative to create educational opportunities for girls in developing countries. Recently, the Trump administration said Let Girls Learn will cease function immediately. Was it right to redirect funds to more domestic problems, or was it America's duty to help?...

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April 26, 2017


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The Trump administration introduced a new tax reform today, the first significant reform since 1986, to make America the world's most competitive nation. The outline includes reducing America's seven tax brackets to three, the eliminations of tax deduction other than charity and mortgages, and lower...

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April 19, 2017


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One way that the American government has kept the fear of nuclear war contained was the guarantee that a $40 billion defense system can shoot any foreign warhead out of the sky. However, this guarantee may not be assured as it was revealed the system, if put to the test, might not be capable to protect t...

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April 12, 2017


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United Airlines has now become infamous for excessive force used to remove a passenger from an overbooked flight. The airline did not have enough seats for everyone who bought a ticket and, after none of the passengers volunteered to exit the flight, decided to forcibly remove random passengers. When w...

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