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Loss of a Legend

Loss of a Legend
January 30, 2020

  41-year-old NBA legend Kobe Bryant, among eight others, died in a helicopter crash on Sunday, January 26. The helicopter crashed into a hillside, killing all nine people on board -- including...

War, What’s it Good for?

War, What's it Good for?
January 15, 2020

Qassem Soleimani, Iran’s top general and one of the most powerful figures in the Islamic Republic, was killed January 3rd by a Donald Trump-ordered airstrike in Baghdad.  Soleimani was once called "our...

Running Out of Steam

Running Out of Steam
November 28, 2019

In a video op-ed published last Thursday by the New York Times, former high school track phenom Mary Cain claimed she suffered mental and physical abuse under the supervision of disgraced star coach Albert...

China Find a Compromise

China Find a Compromise
October 22, 2019

A couple of weeks before the start of the 2019-20 NBA regular season, the league finds itself involved in a controversy with China stemming from a now-deleted tweet from Houston Rockets general manager...

A(riana) Grande Lawsuit

A(riana) Grande Lawsuit
September 18, 2019

Forever 21 faces a $10 million lawsuit from singer Ariana Grande. The retailer, valued at roughly $6.1 billion, faced backlash after a copyright scandal involving a post on their Instagram.    Forever...

Whata-Deal!

A sign for a Whataburger fast food restaurant in Nacogdoches, Texas.
September 18, 2019

  Recently, the Texas made fast food chain, Whataburger has transferred its ownership to a Chicago investment firm.    The news broke on July 14th when multiple sources released inside...

What’s Wrong Hong Kong?

What's Wrong Hong Kong?
September 12, 2019

For the past six months, Hong Kong government officials have faced mass protests and violent clashes with police across the region. These protests come following the proposal of a new extradition bill.   The...

What’s Going On in the Amazon?

What's Going On in the Amazon?
September 4, 2019

The Amazon rainforest, located in central Brazil and various other South American countries, has had a plague of fire for the past three weeks. The Amazon rainforest currently houses the most diverse ecosystem...

The Flint Water Crisis in 2019

The Flint Water Crisis in 2019
Yes, that's still happening
September 4, 2019

What began in April of  2014 as a way to cut down city spending morphed into city-wide health crisis that continues to plague the citizens of Flint over five years later.    Flint, Michigan...

Suspicious Suicide

Suspicious Suicide
September 3, 2019

Former financier and convicted sex offender Jeffrey Epstein died in an alleged suicide on August 10th. The money manager was accused of bringing dozens of underage girls to his home and sexually abusing...

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