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Miami police handcuffed a 7 year old boy

Nicholas Drexler, Staffer

February 9, 2018

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  On Jan. 26, 2018 in Miami, Florida at the Coral Way Bilingual K-8 Center, a seven year old boy was put in handcuffs for getting in a fight with a teacher over playing with his food. The fight started that Thursday when a teach...

The homeless crisis in Los Angeles

Hannah Jiang, Staffer

February 9, 2018

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  They’ve been seen scattered throughout Los Angeles, California’s streets for years among the asphalt, palm trees, and parks. The amount of homeless men and women in the city has become a part of the landscape, placed...

Life saving landing

Anthony Lanio, Staffer

February 9, 2018

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On Sunday, Jan. 28, pilot Izzy Slod was heading on a short trip to Van Nuys, California with passenger Daniel Gross when suddenly the plane engines lost power. With just minutes to take action, Slod had the option to either m...

Attack in Afghanistan kills more than 100

Juliet Richardson

February 8, 2018

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An attack in Kabul, one of the safest places in Afghanistan, leaves 103 dead while injuring 235. On Saturday Jan. 27, an ambulance packed with explosives, an act of the Taliban, blew up among crowds. By pretending to be an ambulance, the bomber...

The Trolley Problem

Tyee Arey

February 7, 2018

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Those who have spent an adequate amount of time on the Internet might have come across a cartoon depicting a man in front of a set of train tracks with a lever. The man is faced with the decision to move the train from a track ...

The Deadly Flu

Whitney Bixby, Staffer

February 7, 2018

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In just one week, 3,000 people were hospitalized due to the flu, according to the CDC. So far this season, 12,000 people have been hospitalized because of this virus, and the number of people seeking relief from the flu is rising. ...

Meatless meals

Alise Newman, Staffer

February 7, 2018

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Several food producers are working diligently to create a healthier hamburger.  They are currently developing a burger with minimal animal products, but has the appearance of a traditional meat hamburger. Their creation will ...

Is the current minimum wage enough?

Maxwell McCartin, Staffer

February 6, 2018

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The minimum wage rate is the lowest hourly pay that can be provided to worker. Minimum wages for employees in public and private sectors are determined by The Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA), applying to both the Federal and State g...

Spotlight in the Starlight

William Brockette, Staffer

February 6, 2018

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On Jan. 28, James Corden hosted the 60th annual Grammy Awards in Madison Square Garden, New York City. The awards highlight the best music of the previous year in many categories including best music video, best rap song, bes...

2018 Grammys

Bela Pathak, Staffer

February 6, 2018

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Jan. 28, 2018 marked one of the most historical and controversial Grammy ceremonies so far. Bruno Mars was the night’s biggest winner, with six awards. Jay-Z, who was nominated for eight awards (most nominations of the year) ...

Strava heat map

Hayden Chandler, Staffer

February 6, 2018

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Strava is a fitness app that uses devices enabled with Global Positioning System (GPS), such as the Fitbit, to record its users’ fitness statistics. It also recently released an anonymous heat map of its users’ GPS data on...

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