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Are Victimless Crimes Real?

Sal V., Reporter March 28, 2022

The world of legal problems is a broad and complicated one. Politics, lawyers, and other unpredictable things come into play. There are many unclear and gray areas in law, and one of these is the category...

A gavel and a book on the death penalty

Should Death Penalties be Legal?

Oscar L., Reporter March 28, 2022

Death penalties, one of, if not the most controversial topic in human history, has been debated for centuries. These debates, past, and future, have and will always revolve around one central question:...

Death Penalty Abolished in Virginia

Death Penalty Abolished in Virginia

Annette B., Editor April 28, 2021

After centuries of using this punishment, Virginia becomes the 22nd state in the U.S. to abolish the death penalty. Capital punishment has been around for as long as humanity has. Usually, capital punishment...

Many graves of Native Americans from hundreds and thousands of years ago.

Native American burial site found in 405 freeway

Andrew S., Reporter November 20, 2019

On September 25, 2019, workers on the 405 Freeway discovered what seemed to be a Native American burial ground on the road. At the time of the discovery, the construction workers there had been busy excavating...

Apple returns to the Supreme Court in a class action lawsuit

Apple Gets Sued… Again!

Colin M., Co-Editor-in-Chief May 28, 2019

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...

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