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Proposal For Death Penalty For Mass Shooters

UNITED STATES—The Trump administration and the United States Department of Justice are working together on a proposal to expedite the trials and use of the death penalty for individuals found guilty in mass shootings. A recent mass shooting occurred in the Midland-Odessa area of Texas on August 31, resulting in the deaths of 7 people, and 19 others were injured....

Jeffrey Epstein Dies Of Apparent Suicide

UNITED STATES—Financier Jeffrey Epstein, 66, was found dead hanging inside his jail cell from an apparent suicide on Saturday, August 10. He was being held without bond in federal prison in Manhattan, New York on sex trafficking charges. Prison guards at Metropolitan Correctional Center found Epstein before 7:00 a.m. He was transported to a nearby hospital where he was...

Bomber Cesar Sayoc Sentenced To 20 Years In Prison

UNITED STATES—The suspect responsible for sending pipe bombs to prominent democrats, actors and various news outlets in 2008 has been sentenced to 20 years in prison. The United States Department of Justice reported on Monday, August 5, 2019, that Syoc aka, “Cesar Randazzo,” “Cesar Altieri,” “Cesar Altieri Randazzo,“ and also known as, the Make America Great Again bomber pled guilty...

El Paso Walmart Shooting Leaves 22 Dead

EL PASO, TX—A gunman opened fire inside an El Paso, Texas Walmart near the Cielo Vista Mall on Saturday, August 3, killing 22 people, and injuring 26 others. According to reports, gunfire was reported at 10:39 a.m. inside the retail giant, where Patrick Wood Crusius, 21, opened fired on unexpected shoppers. He was taken into custody and is being...

Scherie Murray Running For Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez’s Seat

UNITED STATES—Freshman Congresswoman, Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez will face competition for her congressional seat in the 14th District from Scherie Murray. Murray, who is a Republican hails from New York and immigrated from Jamaica as a child. She announced her intent to run for Congress and possibly unseat Ocasio-Cortez. According to her website, Murray started her own business in 2004, known as the...

ICE Raids To Transpire Over The Weekend

SAN FRANCISCO—Postponed ICE raids will start on Sunday, July 14 in San Francisco, along with 10 other major cities around the country.  Originally, the raids by ICE were set to begin at the start of June. Due to both pressure from Congress and House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, President Donald Trump pushed the raids back in order to give both Democrats...

Former Gators Linebacker In MAGA Hat Staves Off Mob

UNITED STATES—A former Florida Gators linebacker, Daniel Weldon staved off a mob at a bar who was assaulting him over his Make America Great Again hat that he was wearing on the Fourth of July. Daniel Weldon, 22, was reportedly celebrating the holiday with his Make America Great Again hat and a Trump pin. Weldon first discussed the incident on Facebook...

Billionaire Tom Steyer Announces Presidential Campaign

SAN FRANCISCO—San Francisco billionaire and philanthropist, Tom Steyer, announced his campaign for the 2020 presidential election on Tuesday, July 9 after denying his interest to run earlier this year. Steyer joined the race a day after Eric Swalwell, the 37-year-old congressman and Democratic presidential candidate dropped from running. Steyer will replace him as the 23rd presidential candidate on an already...

Question Of Citizenship Not Included In 2020 U.S. Census

UNITED STATES—On Thursday, June 27, the United States Supreme Court made the decision not to include the question of citizenship on the 2020 U.S. Census as requested by the United States Department of Commerce. The Supreme Court ruled 5-4 against having a citizenship question on the 2020 Census. This decision was made in the interest of time and President Trump's administration...

Auditor Found CSU System Hid $1.5 Billion Surplus

SAN FRANCISCO—An auditor announced on Thursday, June 20, that the California State University school system hid a $1.5 billion surplus over the last 10 years. Elaine Howle, the California State Auditor, conducted a report from 2008 through 2018 with 23 campuses and 480,000 students and found that the CSU system did not inform students of the surplus when discussing...
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