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Executive Order Ends Separation At Border

UNITED STATES—On Wednesday, June 20, President Donald Trump signed an executive order to stop the separation of families at the border. In a statement from the Oval OFfice, President Trump wrote: "We’re signing an executive order I consider to be a very important executive order. It’s about keeping families together while at the same time making sure that we have...

North Korea Summit Transpires

SINGAPORE—Only two months after the first inter-Korean summit, the President of the United States, Donald Trump, meet with North Korean leader Kim Jong-un on Tuesday, June 12. The meeting is over 68 years in the making and transpired in Singapore between the two leaders. Trump indicated during a press conference that the effort toward denuclearization is imminent, something that the...

More National Guards To Border

CALIFORNIA—California Governor Jerry Brown announced Wednesday, April 18  that he will deploy as many as 400 National Guard troops to the California border, joining the rest of the border states at President Donald Trump’s request, who have already committed to sending more troops to the border. In a general order issued by Governor Brown, he explained the coordination between federal...

Barbara Bush Passes Away

UNITED STATES—Former First Lady Barbara Pierce Bush died in her west Houston home on Tuesday, April 17. The Texas matriarch was committed to promoting literacy. She was a strong supporter of the National Literacy Act, which was enacted in 1991. She was the mother of President George W. Bush and former Florida Governor Jeb Bush and the wife of President...

YouTube Headquarters Shooting

SAN BRUNO—At least three people are injured after a woman opened fire at the YouTube headquarters in San Bruno on Tuesday, April 3 at 12:46 p.m. Authorities have identified the shooter as Nasim Aghdam, 39, who died on the scene from a self-inflicted gunshot wound to the chest. The San Bruno Police Department indicated in a press release they received numerous...

Florida Bridge Collapse Kills 6 People, Injures 10

MIAMI, FLORIDA—A pedestrian bridge near Florida International University collapsed on Thursday, March 15 killing a total of six people, and injuring 10 others. The 950-ton bridge was a relatively new structure on campus, built to avoid pedestrian deaths on the busy road below. When it collapsed Thursday at 1:30 p.m., it fell on top of several cars, trapping and crushing...

Philadelphia Eagles Triumphant In Super Bowl LII!

MINNEAPOLIS, MN—It’s the one day of year where it seems all Americans get along and party till the wee hours of the night to celebrate the event that happens only ONCE a year: the Super Bowl. We have a repeat team back in the big dance yet again with Tom Brady and the New England Patriots, going against Nick...

Wildfires Prompts Mandatory Evacuations Througout LA

BEL AIR—A mandatory evacuation was issued Wednesday, December 6 for residents in Bel Air as the Skirball Fire continued to burn along the 405 freeway. More than 40,000 residents were impacted by the order. The Skirball Fire is presently burning in the hills east of the 405 freeway near the Getty Center. It has spread over an estimated 475 acres...

Louis C.K. Admits To Sexual Misconduct Accusations

HOLLYWOOD—Comedian Louis C.K. admitted to sexual misconduct allegations on Friday, November 10 after at least five women accused him of inappropriate behavior. The New York Times published a story on Thursday wherein five women were quoted describing various acts of sexual impropriety they faced from the 50 year-old television star and comic. Two of the women, former comedy duo Dana...

Astros Defeat Dodgers In Game 7, Win World Series

LOS ANGELES—The Houston Astros won their fist World Series by stomping the Los Angeles Dodgers, 5-1, at Dodgers Stadium on Wednesday, November 1. The game was over before it began; Dodgers starting Pitcher YU Darvish was plain awful. The lackluster pitching was a repeat of the disastrous performance in Houston. Only lasting a mere 1 2/3 innings both outings, he...
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