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Uber Banned in London

By Roger Kim and Cheryl Liu On September 22, 2017, in a surprising and highly punitive move,Transport for London (TfL) informed Uber’s London division that it would not issue a new private hire operator license after Uber’s current license expires on September …

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Weathering the Storms: Hurricane Irma

By Patrick Xu In the wake of Hurricane Harvey, another swirling storm has made its appearance: Hurricane Irma. The storm is one of the strongest on record, maintaining wind speeds of 185 mph for over 24 hours and also maintaining its Category …

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Artificial Intelligence: YouTube’s Cleaner

By Brian Wu Artificial intelligence is now being used to decrease the visibility of offensive videos on Youtube. Recently, Google has stated that the company will use artificial intelligence to develop advanced programs to combat extremist content on Youtube. Offensive videos, such …

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The Fires in the West

By Roger Kim On Saturday, hundreds of people around Los Angeles fled their homes in order to escape the largest fire in the city’s history. As authorities ordered evacuation for about 700 homes, the fires razed almost eight square miles of mountain. …

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Six-Year-Old Saves Drowning Cousins

By Hanjie Zou A 6-year-old boy from Louisiana is praised as a little hero for his brave behavior after what could have been a horrific accident earlier this month. Branson Lee of Calhoun, Louisiana, noticed that his 21-month-old twin cousins, Isaac and …

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Hurricane Harvey Slams Into Texas

By Amelia Wang The most powerful hurricane to hit the United States in over a decade made its way into Texas early Saturday morning. According to the NHC Atlantic, it made landfall at 10 PM CDT as a Category 4 hurricane near …

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Trump Supports a New Immigration System

By Roger Kim and Cheryl Liu On August 4, 2017, President Donald Trump joined Republican Senate David Perdue of Georgia and Tom Cotton of Arkansas to promote an immigration bill that would dramatically reduce legal immigration and shift the nation toward a …

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Trump’s Summer Clean Up

By Vincent Huang   Reince Priebus has been pushed out of his position of White House Chief of Staff to be replaced by former marine general, John Kelly. And only a week ago, Sean Spicer, the White House’s press secretary, resigned when …

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