The Asociación de la Cultura Hondureña en Chicago Changes Lives
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The Asociación de la Cultura Hondureña en Chicago Changes Lives

Elena Beatriz Melendez along with her daughter is the driving force behind the Asociación de la Cultura Hondureña en Chicago (Association of Honduran Culture in Chicago). The organization…

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Janice Wesen Nevada AD34 Candidate Assures Voters She Represents Them
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Janice Wesen Nevada AD34 Candidate Assures Voters She Represents Them

The General Election is November 6, 2018, but in Nevada, voters have the option to cast their ballots early, between October 20 and November 2. Janice Wesen, the legislative candidate…

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$1.6 Million Mega Millions Lottery Drawing Tuesday
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$1.6 Million Mega Millions Lottery Drawing Tuesday

The zeros and anticipation of the Mega Millions lottery winnings continue to grow. After no one hit the jackpot Friday, Oct. 19, 2018, it rose to $1.6 billion,…

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Senator Susan Collins Receives Threats of Death and to Have Her Honorary Degree Rescinded
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Senator Susan Collins Receives Threats of Death and to Have Her Honorary Degree Rescinded

Senator Susan Collins returned to her private residence the night of Monday, Oct. 15, 2018, to see that her home had become the scene of an investigation. A…

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Repetition Builds Vocabulary Memory
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Repetition Builds Vocabulary Memory

Memory and building a larger vocabulary are dependant on exercising the brain. The United States Department of Education explains there is a correlation between learning new words is…

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Senator Susan Collins Recieves Threats of Death and to Have Her Honorary Degree Rescinded
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Senator Susan Collins Recieves Threats of Death and to Have Her Honorary Degree Rescinded

Senator Susan Collins returned to her private residence the night of Monday, Oct. 15, 2018, to see that her home had become the scene of an investigation. A…

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Justice Brett Kavanaugh’s Road to the Supreme Court Spurs Controversy
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Justice Brett Kavanaugh’s Road to the Supreme Court Spurs Controversy

After much controversy during his confirmation hearing, Brett Kavanaugh was sworn in as the 144th court justice on Oct. 6, 2018. Initially, Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-Ken.)…

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The Relationship Between Opioids and Depression
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The Relationship Between Opioids and Depression

The world is well aware there is a serious opioid epidemic in the United States. There is also the overwhelming fact that one in 12 adults in the…

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Category 3 Hurricane Michael Surges Towards Florida’s Gulf Coast
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Category 3 Hurricane Michael Surges Towards Florida’s Gulf Coast

Hurricane Michael, quite possibly the largest ever to threaten Florida’s northern Coast has gained speed. The category 3 hurricane is estimated to make landfall by Wednesday afternoon with high…

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Nikki Haley Resigns Post as US Ambassador to the UN
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Nikki Haley Resigns Post as US Ambassador to the UN

Nikki Haley submitted her resignation as the U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations to the president on Tuesday, Oct. 9, 2018. She will be stepping down at year’s…

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