The Cub Reporter

Malaysia Returning Plastic Waste to Foreign Countries

Malaysia Returning Plastic Waste to Foreign Countries

Kumail A., Reporter

June 7, 2019


Filed under News

Much of the world’s overall plastic waste has nowhere to go, as landfills are filling up and people are trying to prevent ocean pollution.  With nowhere to put their plastic waste, Americans and Europeans are starting to ship their waste to Malaysia. This way they are able to get rid of their plasti...

British Prime Minister Theresa May Resigning

British Prime Minister Theresa May Resigning

Elio A., Reporter

June 5, 2019


Filed under News

On May 24, Theresa May walked out of her residence of Downing St. to announce her resignation of the office of British Prime Minister. Members if Parlament were speculating the resignation of the Prime Minister. Theresa May will finally resign after multiple failed attempts of delivering her promise on Br...

Amazon’s Patent about Alexa Recordings

Amazon’s Patent about Alexa Recordings

Charis P, Reporter

June 5, 2019


Filed under News

In November of 2014, Amazon released a new piece of technology called Amazon Alexa. Many people buy this device to have something that quickly searches things up on the internet, orders things on Amazon, plays music, connects with other technological items in the house, or use it just for entertainmen...

Burger King’s Meat-Free Impossible Whopper

Burger King’s Meat-Free Impossible Whopper

Bryan W., Reporter

May 29, 2019


Filed under News

To some, when they hear the word burger they only think of a bun with a beef patty but there are many different versions. One example is the veggie burger that is entirely plant-based. To some, the idea of a veggie burger is disgusting but now veggie burgers are getting much better. There is currently...

Apple Gets Sued… Again!

Apple Gets Sued… Again!

Colin M., Co-Editor-in-Chief

May 28, 2019


Filed under News

Tech giant Apple has gone to court several times in the company’s history, whether it be the accusation of stealing tech from Samsung or slowing down older phones to force users to upgrade. Now Apple returns to court again for its high prices in the App Store, and that it is violating the antitrust l...

Poway Synagogue Shooting

Poway Synagogue Shooting

Jacqueline C., Reporter

May 22, 2019


Filed under News

eOn Satuday, April 28th, an act of terror and not terrorism took place. In Poway, California, there was a deadly shooting at a local synagogue. Jewish worshippers and bystanders were simply gathering for the last day of Passover when the tragedy struck. Police have identified the shooter as nineteen-year-ol...

Is Yellowstone Volcano About to Erupt?

Is Yellowstone Volcano About to Erupt?

Amrit R., Reporter

May 8, 2019


Filed under News

The Yellowstone Supervolcano and the park, in general, has been a tourist favorite to visit, but the tours that lead up to the volcano are currently closed due to 127 earthquakes that hit the volcano two weeks ago causing many fissures within the volcano. The biggest concern with the fissures is the 100ft ...

A Goodbye to the Department of Homeland Security Secretary

A Goodbye to the Department of Homeland Security Secretary

Jonathan Y., Reporter

May 6, 2019


Filed under News

Terrorism has been on the rise since the tragic attack on the World Trade Center on 9/11. Luckily for the U.S., the Department of Homeland Security actively works to stop terrorism. The Department of Homeland Security helps control the borders so that no suspicious actions happen and protects the citizen...

The Mueller Report

Thomas W., Reporter

April 24, 2019


Filed under News, Showcase

After the 2016 election, many speculated the election was interfered by Russian government officials. After many thought Russia interfered with the election, former FBI director Robert Mueller was named as special counsel to investigate any interference the Russians would have caused. After a two years,...

GMO Salmon Coming to Stores

GMO Salmon Coming to Stores

Darrius H., Reporter

April 11, 2019


Filed under News, Showcase

In 2015, GMO salmon was declared safe by the Food and Drug Administration. During this time, Congress was figuring out how genetically modified foods would be organized. As a result, the FDA halted the import of GMO fish until labeling issues were solved. However, last year, the USDA proclaimed that ...

Tesla’s Model Y

Ocie M., Reporter

April 11, 2019


Filed under News

On March 15, Elon Musk, founder of Tesla, unveiled the Tesla Model Y, which is expected to start production in late 2020.  With new factories, new features, and even autopilot, Tesla is growing bigger than anyone would have expected it to. How good is this new crossover car, and what does it include? ...

Largest Cocaine Bust in 25 years

Largest Cocaine Bust  in 25 years

Elio Al Raheb, Reporter

April 8, 2019


Filed under News

On March 11th, the Drug Enforcement Agency (DEA) discovered crates that claim to hold “dried fruit” from Colombia. Instead, they found 3,200 pounds of Colombian Cocaine. The drugs in total have an estimated value of $77 million dollars worth if sold on the street.  In the port of New York / New...

The student news site of Kraemer Middle School
News