Wednesday, June 23, 2021

Candace Kellner

International horror follows violent terror in Paris

At least 129 were killed and 352 wounded in 9 terrorist attacks in Paris on Friday.

Houston votes down equal rights amendment

An anti-discrimination ordinance was repealed by voters after a yearlong battle between Houston’s lesbian mayor and social conservatives.

Two major health chains seek approval to merge

Walgreens announced on Tuesday that it will propose to buy its rival, Rite Aid, in a $17.2 billion deal.

Violent wave of deadly attacks in Israel surges

A group of Palestinians set fire to a compound housing Joseph’s Tomb on Friday, Oct. 16,

Russia launches attacks in Syrian civil war

Russia carried out new airstrikes in Syria on Thursday, Oct. 1.

Volkswagen deceives millions with illegal software

Volkswagen has admitted to deliberately programming half a million diesel-powered cars in the U.S. to emit lower levels of harmful gases in official tests to pass U.S. emission tests.

California wildfires continue to blaze swiftly

More than 1,000 homes and hundreds of buildings have been destroyed due to large wildfires burning for days in Northern California.

Government corruption leads to Guatemalan election

Guatemala has lost cabinet members, ministers and government officials after the surfacing of a political scandal involving Guatemalan President Otto Pérez Molina and Vice President Roxana Baldetti.

Clerk rejects same-sex marriage licenses

Kentucky County Clerk Kim Davis refused to grant marriage licenses to same-sex couple.

Lessons learned 10 years after Hurricane Katrina

By Candace Kellner Staff Writer   Hurricane Katrina displaced more than a million people along the Gulf Coast and nearly half of the population of New Orleans in...

Taiwan endures fiercest storm on planet

By Candace Kellner Staff Writer   Taiwan faced violent winds and torrential rain earlier this month after Typhoon Soudelor hit, killing five people before making its...

Boston jury brought to tears during trial

By Candace Kellner Staff Writer    Nearly two years after the Boston Marathon bombing, prosecutors are preparing to conclude the first phase of the trial of...

Sigma Alpha Epsilon under fire after racist chants

By Candace Kellner Staff Writer The Sigma Alpha Epsilon fraternity has faced a firestorm of national attention after a video surfaced in which members from a...

ISIS claims responsibility for museum attack in Tunis

By Candace Kellner Staff Writer  ISIS claimed responsibility after the mass shooting that reportedly claimed 23 lives on Wednesday, March 18, at the Bardo Museum in...

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