ICE Deportations and Protests Continue in the US
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ICE Deportations and Protests Continue in the US

ICE raids began to storm homes across the United States in late June 2019 to report illegal immigrants and criminals. Since then, people are afraid of going out…

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When in Rome, Go to College? (Racial Discrepancies Impacts Study Abroad)
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When in Rome, Go to College? (Racial Discrepancies Impacts Study Abroad)

College is a simple word, yet it holds power in dictating how someones’ future ought to be shaped. It is also a word that will either encourage people…

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2 Killed in Walmart Shooting in Southaven, Mississippi
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2 Killed in Walmart Shooting in Southaven, Mississippi

On Tuesday, July 30, 2019, two people were killed in a shooting at a Walmart in Southaven, Mississippi. It has been reported by Southaven Police Chief Macon Moore…

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A Difference of Reality
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A Difference of Reality

Children from disadvantaged households and violent neighborhoods often do less well in school than peers from more economically comfortable backgrounds. Researchers have documented this repeatedly – in studies…

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The Thought of Equality Scares the Privileged
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The Thought of Equality Scares the Privileged

It is easy to view a certain group as favored or deserving when society highlights them as privileged. We live in a world that segregates according to gender,…

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Historic Hotel of Westmoreland County Burned in a Suspicious Act
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Historic Hotel of Westmoreland County Burned in a Suspicious Act

The historic Hotel Belvedere, burned to the ground early on Wednesday, July 24, 2019, in the morning in what has been deemed a “suspicious occurrence.” Located in Oklahoma…

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Oleg Deripaska Disputes the Mueller Report
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Oleg Deripaska Disputes the Mueller Report

Oleg Deripaska claims the information in the Mueller report is full of lies according to The Hill. Deripaska is a self-made entrepreneur who once ran the nation’s largest…

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Rutger Hauer From ‘Blade Runner’ Dies at 75
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Rutger Hauer From ‘Blade Runner’ Dies at 75

Versatile Dutch leading man in the 1970s, Rutger Hauer, who co-starred in the 1982 film “Blade Runner” died on July 19, 2019. He was 75. He passed away…

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ICE Unlawful Arrest of a Father and Son Is Stopped by Tennessee Neighbors
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ICE Unlawful Arrest of a Father and Son Is Stopped by Tennessee Neighbors

A standoff between a chain of neighbors and US Immigration and Custom Enforcement (ICE) officers began on July 22, 2019 when a Tennessee man was almost taken into…

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Journalism Is About Speaking the Truth in the Face of Injustice
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Journalism Is About Speaking the Truth in the Face of Injustice

Journalism as a career is about reporting the truth in all of its forms. In fact, according to Merriam Webster, one of the definitions of journalism reads as,…

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