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  • Republicans Respond to the CBO Report on Trumpcare

    The Congressional Budget Office (CBO) put out its report on President Trump’s healthcare plan, Trumpcare, and the Republican response has been all over the map. The White House has spent a good deal of time throwing shade at the CBO. The House GOP  leadership says the report is good news. Other House and Senate Republicans

    NewsAlyson ChadwickMar 14, 2017
  • “#StellaBlizzard” Hits Northeastern U.S.

    The worst snow storm of the 2016-2017 winter season came late. Dubbed “#StellaBlizzard” on Twitter and elsewhere, the massive storm put at least 18 million Americans under a “blizzard warning” and another 52 million were placed under a “winter storm warning” Monday night until Tuesday. The storm forced the closings of schools from Washington, DC

    NewsAlyson ChadwickMar 14, 2017
  • CBO Says 14 Million People to Lose Healthcare by 2018 Under Trumpcare

    The non-partisan Congressional Budget Office (CBO) has issued its score for President Donald Trump’s healthcare plan. They estimate that the American Healthcare Act or Trumpcare will result in at least 14 million people losing their health coverage by 2o18. Furthermore, that number should grow to 24 million uninsured people by 2026. It’s worse than expected.

    NewsAlyson ChadwickMar 13, 2017
  • Kellyanne Conway Says Obama May Have Used Microwaves to Spy on Trump

    Kellyanne Conway, one of President Donald Trump’s most trusted advisors was back on television over the weekend and again this morning. Conway was asked about any evidence to back up the president’s claims of wiretapping. He has said that he thinks President Obama had his phone tapped during the campaign. When asked about what proof

    NewsAlyson ChadwickMar 13, 2017
  • Ferguson Protests Erupt Following Release of New Video

    New protests were reported overnight in Ferguson, Missouri. A group of people assembled outside of the Ferguson Market in response to new video of Michael Brown in the store hours before the alleged robbery took place. He was then approached, shot and killed by Darren Wilson, a  St. Louis police officer. The new video, shown

    NewsAlyson ChadwickMar 13, 2017
  • Lawmakers Demand Proof from President on Wiretapping Claims

    Last week, President Donald Trump took to Twitter to accuse the Obama administration of wiretapping the phone lines at Trump Tower. Now, the intelligence committees on Capitol Hill are demanding evidence. Terrible! Just found out that Obama had my "wires tapped" in Trump Tower just before the victory. Nothing found. This is McCarthyism! — Donald

    NewsAlyson ChadwickMar 13, 2017
  • More Republicans Want to Investigate Trump’s Ties to Russia

    During the 2016 presidential election, President Donald Trump raised eyebrows when he praised Russian President Vladimir Putin. The “bromance” continued after he assumed office. At the same time, more and more evidence has surfaced showing ongoing communications between the Trump campaign and the Kremlin. This led to one senior level official to be forced out

    NewsAlyson ChadwickMar 13, 2017
  • Autistic Couple Finds Love Through Online Dating

    Swiping left or right, sending IM messages, or accepting friend requests seems to be the social norm when it comes to dating. People meet online and fall in love all of the time—just like Nico Morales and Latoya Jolly. What makes Nico and Latoya special is that they both suffer from Asperger’s Syndrome, a form

    LifeKyle AkenMar 13, 2017
  • 7-Year Old Entrepreneur Cashes in On Recyclables

    While most 7-year old boys are riding bikes, playing basketball, or watching cartoons—Ryan Hickman is hard at work, running his own business. Ryan, a kind, energetic kid from California began his own recycling business, Ryan’s Recycling Company. A Sustainable Start-Up Ryan’s passion for the environment began at the age of three. What began as a

    NewsKyle AkenMar 13, 2017
  • Saving the Beaches: Company Creates Beer Bottle Sand Machine

    For decades, sand has been used to create things such as glass, sandpaper, concrete, and mortar. As the rise of infrastructure projects continues, so does the demand for sand. As a result, the sand mining industry has nearly doubled. Thanks to the disintegration of natural sand, sand mining has begun to dissipate two-thirds of the

    LifeKyle AkenMar 13, 2017
  • The Biebs Makes a Fan Cry When She Tries to Grab a Selfie with the Star

    Justin Bieber is in Australia this week for his “Purpose” tour. While news has surfaced recently showing the Biebs hugging groups of his fans, apparently the pop star has only so much energy to go around. The Canadian pop star pulled up behind Sabah Helal, a 20 year old fan, at a traffic light in

    EntertainmentAlyson ChadwickMar 12, 2017
  • HBO Announces Game of Thrones Season 7 Release Date

    Yes it is here, the so-long anticipated HBO release date that some may have already forgotten about it. With Netflix, Hulu, and the massive upstream of great new shows and content to watch out there, the fight for the ratings is becoming increasingly more competitive. Not unlike the Game of Thrones narrative itself, producers are

    EntertainmentKyle AkenMar 12, 2017