Tuesday, January 31, 2023

Drug Deaths Spike Among Elderly Americans

The CDC reported a surprising spike in drug-related deaths among elderly Americans late November.

Biden Administration Delays Deadlines on Environmental Regulations

On January 4, the Biden administration announced that the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) will be missing several self-imposed deadlines in March 2023 for making major environmental standards. If delayed for too long, these regulations could be vulnerable to future legal challenges.

People of Buffalo Unite Together Amid Historic Winter Blizzard

It is without doubt that the Bomb Cyclone of 2022 will go down in history as one of the most catastrophic and devastating winter storms the city of Buffalo has ever faced.

Trump Organization Found Guilty on All Charges

Two Trump Organization companies, The Trump Corp. and The Trump Payroll Corp. were found guilty on all charges concerning tax fraud and falsifying records in connection with a 15 year plot to defraud tax authorities.

Congress Protects Same-Sex Marriage

On Thursday, December 8th, the U.S. Congress passed the Respect for Marriage Act, which protects one’s right to same-sex marriages. It is a landmark law that repeals the 1996 Defense of Marriage Act and is a huge step forward for LGBT equality and rights in the United States.

Yale Forces Withdrawal for Students Struggling with Mental Health

The college admission process for high school seniors across the country has become increasingly competitive and demanding. For the elite schools, students need to be the best of the best, pressured to overload in extracurriculars, maintain exceedingly high GPA’s, and sandwich as many AP’s as possible within the span of four years. An acceptance into a university in The Ivy League, eight of the nation's most prestigious institutions, is a dream shared by tens of thousands of students each year. But questions have been raised regarding the schools’ attention and support for students’ mental health due to the continued suicides and the insensitive withdrawal policy from one of the most renowned universities of the eight: Yale.

The Implications of the Georgia Senate Runoff

There has been no shortage of headlines surrounding the midterms, but one of the most interesting may be the Georgia Senate Runoff.

Hurricane Nicole Strikes the U.S.

On November 10th, category 1 Hurricane Nicole hit Florida with speeds up to 100 miles per hour, causing severe damages and power outages. It happened less than two months after the last hurricane, Ian.

The Midterms Wrap-up

East Side News Political Correspondent and National News editor Will DeMartinis breaks down the 2022 midterm election.

The Tragic Death of Takeoff

Tragically, Takeoff's life was lost early in November to a shooting outside of a Houston bowling alley.

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