Sunday, June 4, 2023

Texas Senator Proposes Bill Preventing Chinese Citizens From Land Ownership

Senate Bill 147, proposed by Texas senator Lois Kolkhorst, attempted to ban citizens from China, Iran, North Korea, and Russia from owning property in the state.

The Problems with Puppy Mills

Puppy mills are breeding facilities that prioritize their profits over the dogs’ needs. These farms can have up to 1,000 dogs under a single roof.

Chemical Spill Following Train Derailment in Ohio

Toxic chemical clouds carried by the wind from a train derailment site- a description of a catastrophe movie- had become a reality for East Palestine, Ohio, residents.

What’s Happening in These U.S. Zoos?

A trend of strange events at zoos since the start of the year has drawn a media spotlight onto them across the country. From escaping animals to suspicious deaths to a man who evidently wants to keep a monkey as a pet, here is a holistic overview of incidents since the start of 2023.

Payton Gendron Sentenced For Life From Buffalo Hate-Crime Tops Massacre

As we approach the one year anniversary of the Buffalo Tops shooting, the man responsible for it has been sentenced to life without parole in prison.

Illinois Faces Backlash After Banning Assault Weapons

Gun violence has been a prevalent problem throughout the U.S, being one of the most stereotypical ideals over Americans. It has proven to be a divisive force, as some states are choosing to outlaw its possession while others view guns as a right that all Americans have.

DeSantis, Florida State Gov. Rejects AP African American Studies Course

Florida Governor Ron DeSantis and the Florida state government have rejected a proposed school course that would cover Black history in America.

Seattle Public Schools Sue Social Media Companies Over Youth Mental Health

Seattle Public Schools have filed a lawsuit against big social media companies, seeking to hold them accountable for their negative impacts on children’s mental health.

University of Idaho Students Violently Murdered in Fatal Stabbings

Four University of Idaho students were brutally stabbed to death multiple times in Moscow after an innocent night out on November 13th.

Newsflash: The War On Ukraine Is Still Happening

Even if it no longer is the center of media attention, the war between Ukraine and Russia is still happening as it draws towards its one year anniversary.

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