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Donald J. Trump Impeachment Hearings

Donald J. Trump Impeachment Hearings

Naina B., Editor

February 12, 2020

A few weeks ago president Donald Trump was impeached in the House of Representatives. In order to be removed from office the president must be impeached in the Senate as well. So far, Donald Trump has yet to be found guilty in the Senate. The only other presidents that have been impeached in the Hous...

Vladimir Putin Attempts to Extend his Rule by Altering Russia’s Constitution

Vladimir Putin Attempts to Extend his Rule by Altering Russia’s Constitution

Ryan S., Reporter, King of the Semi-colons

February 12, 2020

Since 1999, Vladimir Putin has maintained a position on Russia’s political stage as either President or Prime Minister. Yet, even as his final term is to close in 2024, he has recently displayed the intentions of extending his rule beyond said date.  While speaking in his annual State of the Un...

Greta Thunberg’s Warning to World Leaders

Greta Thunberg’s Warning to World Leaders

Daniel M., Reporter

February 12, 2020

Greta Thunberg, a Swedish activist known for her fiery speeches on climate change awareness, has been warning world leaders that they “haven’t seen anything yet” from the 2019 TIME person of the year.   Greta Thunberg is only 17 years old, but she is still one of the most influential act...

Man Kills Fiance After Recently Proposing

Man Kills Fiance After Recently Proposing

Cameron O., Reporter

January 28, 2020

On New Year’s Eve, 39 year old Kendrick Marquette Akins proposed to his delighted girlfriend Dominique Jefferson (33 years old) seconds before the beginning of 2020. As claimed by Jefferson’s family, they had been dating for three months, with Akins working as a construction worker and Jefferson running an...

Trump orders airstrike that kills Iranian general; World War 3 Becomes a Threat?

Trump orders airstrike that kills Iranian general; World War 3 Becomes a Threat?

Andrew S., Reporter

January 28, 2020

On January 3rd, 2020, President Donald Trump ordered the U.S. Air Force to send a drone strike to Iran. At the same time, Iranian general Qasem Soleimani was on a plane that was landing at the Baghdad International Airport. Soleimani was scheduled to meet and talk with the Prime Minister of Iraq, Adi...

The Effect of Australia’s Fires

The Effect of Australia’s Fires

Darrius H., Editor in Chief

January 27, 2020

Similar to California, Australia faces naturally occurring fires. Global warming has turned vegetation into firewood, which has resulted in these infernos to become increasingly common. As of now, Australia is facing a multitude of fires. Since the beginning of January, more than 15.6 million acres hav...

The Attack in a Great city, on a Historic Bridge

The Attack in a Great city, on a Historic Bridge

Ben V., Reporter

December 17, 2019

In 2017, three men from the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIS) attacked London citizens by ramming them with a vehicle. This on innocent pedestrians was one of  many terrorist attacks that have occurred across the world, traumatizing citizens, and anyone that has been affected. A total of e...

How Does a President get Impeached?

How Does a President get Impeached?

Gavin A., Reporter

December 16, 2019

The current charges against President Trump are snowballing, causing problems for anyone connected to him.  Donald Trump had been using his presidential power to get dirt on former vice president, Joe Biden for the next presidential election by targeting Biden’s son. Biden’s son had been doing wo...

California Fires and the President’s Response

California Fires and the President’s Response

Darrius H., Editor in Chief

December 2, 2019

Before the sunset on Halloween, a small fire started on a hillside that was near Santa Paula. The fire exploded in size in a matter of seconds due to the Santa Ana winds. Unfortunately, with the buildup of dry vegetation and extreme winds, there have been 6,190 recorded fires that total about 198,815 ...

With New Rules, Democratic Candidates Face Challenge

With New Rules, Democratic Candidates Face Challenge

Chase K., Reporter

December 2, 2019

As the presidential election approaches into the fourth month, new rules make it harder for candidates to qualify for debates. The Democratic National Committee announced on October 25 that qualifying for the December Democratic Debate would be even harder for the remaining candidates. Shortly after heari...

Top Three Candidates Running for President of the U.S

Top Three Candidates Running for President of the U.S

Lauren N., Reporter

December 2, 2019

There have been 45 commanders in chief of the USA. Next year’s election will consist of 21 different candidates, seventeen Democrats and four Republicans, all hoping to be elected to sit in the Oval Office. First off, Pete Buttigieg, a 37-year-old, openly-gay, Democratic Mayor of South Bend, Indiana, ho...

Chicago Teachers Go on Strike

Chicago Teachers Go on Strike

Naina B., Editor

November 5, 2019

On September 10, 2019 the teachers of Chicago decided to go on strike. They   went on strike because they felt they weren’t getting paid enough, didn’t have job security, and needed more benefits. Administrators tried to vary the teachers salary depending on how their students performed on assessmen...

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