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Mueller Report Summary

By Kevin Bryan Since the election of Donald Trump in 2016, the accusations of Russian interference in the election have been widespread. Special counsel Robert Mueller was the man in charge of the investigation of Trump and his supposed collusion with the …

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Huawei’s 5G Smartphone

By: Alice Zhong Huawei Technologies unveiled a $2,600 folding smartphone called “Mate X” that is primed for fifth generation, or 5G connections, on February 24. The tech giant said it had taken the lead on developing phones for 5G, which promises super-fast …

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Kelly Kraft Nomination

By: Katherine Han U.S. President Donald Trump officially announced his nomination of Kelly Craft as UN ambassador, filling Nikki Haley’s vacancy. Former UN ambassador and state governor Nikki Haley declared her intention to resign in October 2018, and left her post at …

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Measles Outbreak in Santa Clara

By Christina Hua Ever since the invention of vaccines, there has been groups of people disagreeing with it. Nowadays, they are pop up mainly in Facebook groups, telling people about how vaccines cause autism and how we should all believe in the …

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Cold Snap Snaps Back

Veronica Huang For the better part of a week, the U.S. midwest was just as cold as–if not colder– than Antarctica. In many states, the temperatures was in the -30-40°F, but with windchill it was in the -50’s°F. Officials advised people to …

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Venezuela Crisis Reaches New Heights

Antonia Zhou U.S. President Donald Trump officially recognized Juan Guaidó as Venezuela’s legitimate president on January 23, adding another factor to the country’s escalating political crisis, where opposition led by Guaidó is attempting to unseat current president, Nicolás Maduro. Shortly after Trump’s …

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The Far-reaching Governemnt Shutdown

Alice Zhong A government shutdown, as stated in the U.S. Constitution, require all expenditures of federal funds be authorized by Congress with the approval of the President of the United States. The U.S. federal government and the federal budget process operates on …

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George H.W. Bush: A Life of Service

Zeru Peter Li The 41st US President George H.W. Bush, 94, died on November 30, 2018. He is buried in the George H.W Bush Presidential Library and Museum, next to his late wife Barbara Bush and his daughter. President George H.W. Bush’s …

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