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Forbes.com

We All Need to Look Ourselves in the Mirror If We Want to See Change in this Country

Josh Hobbs
June 5, 2020

In times of crisis, the American people have always had the ability to come together as one in order to become stronger. Whether it was the terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001, or natural disasters...

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U.S. Coronavirus Death Totals Reach a Grim Milestone of 100,000

U.S. Coronavirus Death Totals Reach a Grim Milestone of 100,000

Josh Hobbs
May 29, 2020

On Tuesday, the United States officially recorded that the official death total during the pandemic had reached 100,000, a grim milestone. Many speculate that the milestone had already been passed as back...

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The New York Times

Rare Form of Covid-19 Posing a New Threat to Children Across the Country

Caitlin Sze
May 14, 2020

Recently, several children have been hospitalized with what most doctors thought was Coronavirus, but research is showing that these children may not have the coronavirus after all. Instead, new findings...

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thecut.com

‘Murder Hornets’ Spotted for the First Time in the United States

Kelli Mann
May 7, 2020

A new threat to the already declining honeybee population has made its way to the United States for the first time ever, researchers say. The Asian Giant Hornet, commonly referred to as the ‘murder hornet,’...

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Saudi Arabia Outlaws The Death Penalty for Minors with New Legislation

Saudi Arabia Outlaws The Death Penalty for Minors with New Legislation

Lynn Sawyer
May 7, 2020

The death penalty is a controversial subject that has been debated thoroughly in the past decade. Human rights activists argue that the death penalty is inhuman. Saudi Arabia is one of many countries that...

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A Bronx Zoo Tiger Tests Positive for COVID-19, the First Known Non-Domesticated Animal with the Virus

A Bronx Zoo Tiger Tests Positive for COVID-19, the First Known Non-Domesticated Animal with the Virus

Jessica Vieira
April 9, 2020

Amid the Coronavirus pandemic that has infected 1,450,343 people worldwide and killed almost 84,000, the first non-domesticated animal, a tiger from the Bronx zoo became sick from the virus.  Nadia,...

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Connecticut Reports Its First Deaths During the Coronavirus Pandemic

Connecticut Reports Its First Deaths During the Coronavirus Pandemic

Jillian Thibodeau
March 21, 2020

With the Coronavirus pandemic taking over the world one patient at a time, the reality of the situation for many has changed as the situation gets more and more serious. As of now, there has been over...

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Democratic presidential hopefuls former US Vice President Joe Biden and Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders arrive onstage for the fourth Democratic primary debate of the 2020 presidential campaign season co-hosted by The New York Times and CNN at Otterbein University in Westerville, Ohio on October 15, 2019. (Photo by Nicholas Kamm / AFP) (Photo by NICHOLAS KAMM/AFP via Getty Images)

Democratic Voters Face a Decision: Bernie Sanders or Joe Biden

Brianna Skaff
March 21, 2020

As the Democratic candidates boil down to Joe Biden and Bernie Sanders, America ushers that now is the time to be voting. As a new generation of voters arises in time for the presidential collection, there...

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Gun Sales Skyrocket Amid Coronavirus Pandemic

Gun Sales Skyrocket Amid Coronavirus Pandemic

Kelli Mann
March 21, 2020

Amid the coronavirus pandemic, the shelves of stores have been stripped of food, toilet paper, hand sanitizers and many other essential items. Another item that has gotten less attention, that also been...

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Higher Education UC-Santa Cruz Fires 54 Graduate Assistants in Ongoing Labor Dispute

Higher Education UC-Santa Cruz Fires 54 Graduate Assistants in Ongoing Labor Dispute

Kelli Mann
March 11, 2020

The University of California, Santa Cruz, fired 54 teaching assistants on Friday after they reached drastic measures in the months-long strike. The striking TAs demanded a raise in wages of about 1,412...

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Joe Biden Wins South Carolina Primary as Super Tuesday Approaches

Josh Hobbs
March 1, 2020

Last night, Joe Biden showed the world that his presidential campaign is far from over, as he won the South Carolina primary by a fairly large margin. The Biden campaign had made it known even before the...

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Kids with their Narcan kits after a murder mystery game designed to teach them about opioid overdoses

Children in Tennessee Are Learning How to Reverse an Overdose as Epidemic Continues to Grow

Jessica Vieira
March 1, 2020

Over 400,000 Americans have died from an opioid overdose, and Tennessee is cracking down on the epidemic. Due to the growing opioid epidemic in Tennessee, children as young as six years old are now learning...

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