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Nikki Haley Resigns As United Nations Ambassador

Jiaxin Zuo   President Donald Trump announced U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations, Nikki Haley, has resigned. She joins the list of officials who have left  President Trump’s foreign policy and national security team. Trump took to social media beforehand, tweeting he …

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Princess Eugenie of England Ties the Knot

Jennifer Hao   Princess Eugenie, Queen Elizabeth’s granddaughter, married Jack Brooksbank on Friday, October 12th. Her wedding dress featured a low back intended to show the foot-long scars along her spine, the result of correcting the curvature of her spine when she was …

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Gun Control Bills Passed in California

Alice Zhong   California has some of the strictest gun control laws in the nation. State Senator Anthony Portantino, who wrote the bill, said the shooting in Florida, along with other school shootings, motivated him. The new legislation came seven months after …

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Celebrations Around the World

Ajay Krishnan  Have you ever heard of Isese Lagba, or the week for solar power? Annual holidays such as these, whether they are religious or secular, celebratory or commemorative, are an integral part of the cultures and communities they represent. The world …

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Panic Buttons for US Hotel Staff

Alice Zhong   Hotel employees who work alone or in isolated areas, who are often vulnerable to harassment and sexual assault, will be equipped with panic buttons, the world’s largest hotel companies announced Thursday, September 4th. The top executives of Marriott, Hyatt, …

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Measles Escalate

Veronica Huang Recently there has been an increase in measles infections. The U.S. Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) announced there were more than 100 cases of measles in the United States this year. California and 21 other states are watching …

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China’s Newest Health Scandal

Antonia Zhou Changchun Changsheng Biotechnology, a Chinese vaccine company, has been ordered to stop production after China’s Food and Drug Administration (CFDA) found the company had been fabricating production and inspection records. The biotech company has already sold more than 250,000 units …

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Unmarked Black Granite Sarcophagus Discovered in Egypt

Antonia Zhou A large black sarcophagus was discovered in Alexandria, Egypt. Perfectly sealed, despite being 2000 years old, the mysterious coffin has been the target of wild speculations and wilder conspiracy theories. Accidentally uncovered in a construction site, the sarcophagus measures five …

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Mendocino Complex Fire

Yanping Ni The wildfires of Northern California that began in July are continuing to expand. The fires have burned thousands of acres of forests and residential areas, displacing their residents. The Mendocino Complex Fire has now grown into the biggest fire in …

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