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Mass Shooting In Las Vegas Kills 59 People, Injures 527

UNITED STATES—New information has revealed that 59 people were killed, and more than 527 people were injured during the mass shooting in Las Vegas, Nevada on October 1, at the hands of Stephen Paddock. Amongst those killed, included two off-duty police officers, one who has been identified as Charleston Hartfield. The shooting transpired from a hotel room inside Mandalay...

San Antonio’s Return Of Kings Cancels San Francisco Meeting

Daryush “Roosh” Valizadeh
SAN FRANCISCO—On Wednesday, February 3, a neomasculine Texas-based organization known as Return of Kings announced they would be holding international tours to rally the principals behind the blog of founder and self-proclaimed pick-up artist, Daryush “Roosh” Valizadeh. Among their list included a meeting to Balboa Park BART station in San Francisco. The group has been heavily criticized for their...

Quick Response From Authorities Prevent OSU Attack

COLUMBUS, OH—Authorities shot and killed the student who drove his car into a field of pedestrians and stabbed multiple students at Ohio State University on Monday, November 28. OSU and police have identified the suspect as Abdul Razak Ali Artan. Artan was a Somali refugee who left his country in 2007 with family. He lived in Pakistan and later moved...

Teen Arrested After Homemade Clock Perceived As Bomb

This photo was posted on Ahmed's official Twitter, @Istandwithahmed, with the caption, "Going to meet my lawyer."
IRVING, TX—On Monday, September 13, 14-year-old Ahmed Mohamed was arrested after bringing a homemade clock to school, which was perceived to be a threat by one of his teachers. Mohamed, a 9th grader at MacArthur High School, brought the digital clock, made out of a pencil case, to show to his engineering teacher. The teacher complimented him on his efforts,...

Ghost Ship Fire Survivor Recovering 6 Weeks Later

UNITED STATES—Stockton native Samuel "Sam" Maxwell, 32, a survivor of the Ghost Ship Warehouse fire in Oakland is still recuperating from critical injuries at Saint Francis Hospital's Bothin Burn Center. Maxwell, an Oakland-based bookseller often referred to as "Peaches" by friends, was reportedly the last person to exit the warehouse after it caught fire. His father, Bill Maxwell, shared with KTVU...

The Old Mint, A Historic Landmark At Risk

SAN FRANCISCO—The 141-year-old Old Mint building at Fifth and Mission Streets has been listed by the National Trust for Historic Preservation among the country's top 11 most endangered historical sites. The building has a long, withstanding heritage dating back to 1874 and is affectionately known by many as the Granite Lady for being one of only a few buildings to survive...

Charleston Animal Mutilation Suspect Arrested

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WARNING: Article contains disturbing images. CHARLESTON, NORTH CAROLINA—The discovery of Caitlyn, a brown Staffordshire terrier who was found on the doorstep of her former owner's home with her snout taped shut, sparked a manhunt in Charleston, South Carolina for a ruthless animal mutilator. Caitlyn, formerly known as "Diamond," was sold on Memorial Day for $10 by her original owners, who were...

Over 60 Vehciles Involved In Baltimore Pileup

BALTIMORE, MD—A massive multi-vehicle accident occurred along the icy South Baltimore roads of Interstate 95. The crash happened near the Washington Boulevard exit around 5 a.m. on Saturday, December 17. The Maryland Department of Transportation indicated that over 67 vehicles and one tractor trailer were involved in the pile-up. Authorities say the tanker went off the bridge, falling down to...

Conference Held To Keep Raiders In Oakland

OAKLAND—A press conference was held at Oakland City Hall on Monday, June 12, where attorneys and members of fan groups discussed recent efforts locals have made to keep the Oakland Raiders in their city of origin, along with potential deliberations for the future. The Raiders received permission from the NFL in March to relocate to Las Vegas in 2020. The league declined plans to construct...

North Texas Professor Claims Racial Profiling As Police Motive

TEXAS—Dorothy Mae Bland, Dean of Frank W. and Sue Mayburn School of Journalism at the University of North Texas, in Denton, Texas was walking in a neighborhood last week soon before she was approached by two local authorities, according to video footage released by the local police department. A dashcam video, released on account of Corinth Police Department, shows nearly three minutes of footage of...
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