Saturday, May 18, 2024

Mother of Michigan School Shooter Found Guilty of Manslaughter

For the first time in American history, the parents of a mass school shooter have been charged in their child’s case. In November of 2021, fifteen-year-old Ethan Crumbley fatally shot four fellow students at Oxford high school, wounding six more students and a teacher. His mother, Jennifer Crumbley, was found guilty of involuntary manslaughter by a Michigan jury on February 6, 2024. 

 Alabama’s Nitrogen Gas Execution and Its Implications

On January 25, 2024, the State of Alabama executed one Kenneth Eugene Smith. After a failed lethal injection, the State decided to execute Smith via nitrogen gas, an untested and unvetted method that some argue is inhumane. The execution sets a dangerous precedent going forward regarding capital punishment in America, and has sparked renewed debate over the death penalty and its role in American society.

DeSantis Drops Out of Presidential Election

Florida Governor Ron DeSantis, once considered a leading contender for the 2024 Republican presidential nomination, shocked his supporters on Sunday, January 21, 2024, by announcing the suspension of his campaign. In a video message posted on social media, DeSantis cited a lack of clear path to victory as the primary reason for his decision, emphasizing his commitment to not wasting volunteers’ time and resources.

Alaska Airlines Boeing 737 Door Panel Falls Off

On January 5th, 2024, it was reported that the door plug blew off an Alaskan Airlines plane and sparked safety concerns. Alaska Airlines Flight 1282, a Boeing 737, experienced a mid-air incident that stunned the airline industry. An unexpected door plug suddenly detached as the plane took off from Portland, Oregon.

Severe Snowstorms Sweep Across New York State

Between January 12th and January 19th, heavy snowfall, rain, and strong winds buffeted the United States, resulting in casualties across the country. Fortunately, following last year’s holiday snowstorm, many areas were far better prepared as people stockpiled resources ahead of time and utility vehicles were ready.

Harvard President Resigns 

I'm sure you've all heard of Harvard, the prestigious university that is so hard to get into, only the smartest, most qualified candidates get in. In the past week Harvard president, Claudine Gay resigned from her position after it was being questioned during a period of accusations of plagiarism and anti-Semitism.

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Donald Trump Disqualified from Colorado and Maine Ballot 

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