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Biden prepares legislation in response to the rise in Asian hate crimes

By Ethan ResnikStaff Writer On Tuesday March 16, tragedy struck as six Asian Americans were killed in Atlanta.  “Whatever the motivation was for this guy, we...

Responses pour in following Meghan Markle interview

By Ariel SteinsaltzStaff Writer Last week, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex, sat down for an interview with Oprah where...

Biden executive order addresses how colleges handle sexual misconduct

By Ethan ResnikCorrespondent  On March 8, President Biden ordered his administration to review federal rules that guide colleges on how they handle sexual assault cases...

Brazil overwhelmed by second wave of Covid-19

By Sarah AdamoCorrespondent Brazil has recorded an unprecedented number of daily deaths related to Covid-19 amid the country’s second wave, according to CNN.  The South American...

CDC allows small vaccinated gatherings, releases new data

The CDC released a new set of highly anticipated guidelines on March 8 for people who are now fully vaccinated. 

Killing of Saudi Journalist Jamal Khashoggi goes unpunished after two years

On the morning of Feb. 26, a U.S. intelligence report on the 2018 murder of journalist Jamal Khashoggi arrived, and its findings sent the country into an uproar.

Meghan Markle exposes racism in royal family

On Sunday, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle sat down for an interview with Oprah Winfrey, revealing new details about the royal family and their behavior behind the grand walls of Buckingham Palace. 

Colleges across the U.S. compare Covid strategies

As Covid-19 cases continue to rise, colleges across the country have found ways of dealing with the virus while steadily working towards a normal college life for their students. While cases have climbed, there are noticeable differences to how universities handle the situations across the U.S.

Legalization of marijuana reflects significant social impact across state, country

Researchers have discovered various benefits to the legalization, including social justice, safety, public health, raises in tax revenue, lower criminal justice expenditures and economic stimulation.

Trump hints at 2024 presidential run at CPAC

In former President Donald Trump's first speech since departing from office at the Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) on Feb. 28, he declared that he will be considering running for president in 2024.

QAnon sparks mounting concern across the nation

By Sarah AdamoCorrespondent Beyond the persistent fear surrounding Covid-19, another force has the nation gripped. QAnon conspiracy theorists are now venting their frustrations against the...

Cuomo faces several sexual harassment allegations, prompting investigation

By Ariel SteinsaltzStaff Writer A former member of New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s administration gave details about alleged sexual misconduct on Feb. 24, claiming he...

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