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BIDEN’S NEW IMMIGRATION ASYLUM POLICY

The Biden Administration took over the news last night, to discuss a new asylum policy that went into effect 12:01 EST. The policy...

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BIDEN’S “ROADMAP” TO ISRAEL-HAMAS CEASEFIRE

With new plans before the 2024 Election, Biden hopes to end of the Israel-Hamas war without Hamas taking control. The Biden Administration plans...

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TRUMP UNDER GAG ORDER AND CALLS PRESIDENT JOE BIDEN AN “IDIOT” AFTER VERDICT

Trump went before the press to address the verdict of the infamous ‘Hush Money Trial’. He talked about Joe Biden trying to sabotage...

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TRUMP FOUND GUILTY ON 34 COUNTS

Donald J. Trump found guilty of 34 felony counts. This is one of four cases he faces right before the 2024 election; one...

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Body Found in suitcase floating in Lake Merritt

A man’s body was found crammed in a suitcase on Tuesday morning, floating in Lake Merritt, Oakland’s crowned jewel. The Oakland Fire Department...

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Hilary Has Passed Over Baja California, Southern California

The storm Hilary made landfall on August 20 in Baja California, then continued into Southern California. High winds and significant rainfall for the...

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Authorities Receive Criticism for Maui Wildfire Response

The significant loss of life and destruction caused by the Maui wildfire has sparked controversy over the response from county and state officials....

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Importance of Ocean Floor Raised by Seabed 2030

Earth’s ocean floors remain among the most poorly understood areas on the planet. Seabed 2030 was formed in response to increased interest from...

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Classic Learning Test Adopted by Florida’s DeSantis Administration

Florida’s adoption of the Classic Learning Test (CLT) expands options for testing into public colleges and universities in the state. The test was...

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Hollywood Actors and Writers Continue to Strike Until Their Paid What They’re Worth

SAG-AFTRA actors and screenwriters continued to strike on Monday with their picket signs in Los Angeles and New York.  The Screen Actors Guild...

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Ganassi and Penske’s Indy Car Rivalry Continues in 2023

There are and have been many sports rivalries over the years, ranging from the Giants and Dodgers in Baseball to the Lakers and...

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NASA Contact with Voyager 2 Reestablished

UPDATE: As of 12:29 AM EDT on August 4, NASA has restored contact with Voyager 2. The organizations Deep Space Station 43 at...

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The History of U.S. Desertions to North Korean Forces

Travis King, a member of the United States Army surrendered himself to North Korean forces after crossing the Border, last week. The United...

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California AB 645 Draws Controversy

The California Senate is considering AB 645, legislation which will legalize speed cameras for trial runs in several urban localities in the state....

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Ukraine Receives Continued Commitment from NATO

Russia launched its invasion of Ukraine on February 24th, 2022. This invasion of Ukraine, a sovereign nation, galvanized NATO and its members to...

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FDA Fully Approves Alzheimer’s Drug Meant to Slow Down The Disease

Photo Source: Denis Balibouse/Reuters The FDA fully approved the drug, Leqembi on Thursday, which slows down the progression of Alzherimer’s disease within its...

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Russia’s War with Ukraine Prods Nordic Nations to NATO

Russia launched its invasion of Ukraine on February 24th, 2022. This escalation of war between the two countries caused many to rethink the...

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Explorers accidently discover 1879 shipwreck in Lake Superior

Ghost Stories We have all heard stories about shipwrecks and other ghostly happenings in the great lakes region. One of the most famous...

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Sound of Freedom Highlights Child Trafficking and Modern Slavery

The film Sound of Freedom, based on real events related to child trafficking and the global sex trade, has proven to be a...

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NASA Artemis I Launch Paves Way for Moon Landing

President George W. Bush declared in January 2004 that the Space Shuttle Program would be formally ended once the International Space Station was...