Iran-Iraq earthquake: another natural disaster

Iran-Iraq earthquake: another natural disaster

Iranians frantically dug through rubble in a search for survivors on Monday, after a devastating earthquake struck near the Iraqi border that killed or injured hundreds of people. More than 500 people were reported dead and thousands injured after the...
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Texas State University suspends all Greek life following the death of a pledge

Texas State University suspends all Greek life following the death of a pledge

Texas State University (TSU) moved to halt all Greek life activities on Nov. 15, a day after a 20-year-old fraternity pledge, Matthew Ellis, died following an off-campus social event. San Marcos police reported being called on scene at 11:35 a.m....
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The deep sexual harassment culture in Hollywood

The deep sexual harassment culture in Hollywood

Just a few weeks after the sexual assault allegations against hollywood producer Harvey Weinstein exploded into America’s public eye and media networks around the world, there have been new allegations made against other powerful men in various industries re...
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Catalonia crisis: what’s next for Spain?

Catalonia crisis: what’s next for Spain?

  The declaration of independence by the Catalan Republic recently was witnessed by the world. It demonstrated that the Catalan government, with the support of its people, could gather and call for their secession. The Spanish government however, had a...
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Tampa residents concerned over possible serial killer

Tampa residents concerned over possible serial killer

The shooting of 22-year-old college student Benjamin Mitchell on the night of Oct. 9 was the first murder at the hands of a mysterious killer who has left the police perplexed and residents of the Seminole Heights community on edge....
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Puerto Ricans still left in the dark

Puerto Ricans still left in the dark

Most of Puerto Rico remains without power more than a month after Hurricane Maria ripped through the island. The total of lost hours in electricity between Puerto Rico and the U.S. Virgin Islands has added up to the largest blackout...
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Deadly ambush sparks mystery in Nigeria

Deadly ambush sparks mystery in Nigeria

Day by day, the mystery deepens in the minds of American citizens over the deaths of four American soldiers in an ambush by extremists in Niger. Many questions have arisen but few are being answered. President Trump has denied any responsibility...
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Two women rescued after being lost at sea for five months

Two women rescued after being lost at sea for five months

Jennifer Appel, Tasha Fuiava and their two dogs were stranded at sea for almost five months after straying off course in route to Tahiti. The two women and their pets were rescued by the U.S. Navy almost 900 miles southeast...
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The economic crisis in Venezuela continues

The economic crisis in Venezuela continues

  2017 introduced many disastrous and heartbreaking events, and with these new situations fresh in the minds of many, other global issues and disasters are left on the back-burner. An example of such an issue is the Venezuelan crisis. Venezuela...
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University of Florida takes a stand against white supremacy, halts visit from Richard Spencer

University of Florida takes a stand against white supremacy, halts visit from Richard Spencer

  An email with a subject title “Potential Speaker on Campus” was sent out on Aug. 12, 2017 by University of Florida (UF) President Kent Fuchs, unveiling that the speaker which the email referred to would be white nationalist and...
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