A series of attacks in Paris killed more than 100 civilians last November. Less than a month later, 14 people were killed in San Bernardino, California. On March 22, two more attacks killed dozens at a Brussels airport and subway station. The overwhelming amount of time spent by news organizations covering these terrorist attacks makes it […]

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Ibtihaj Muhammad, a 30-year-old fencer on the United States Olympic team, has not won a medal or even competed yet, but her story is already making headlines and breaking records. Despite constant discrimination and external doubt because of her race and religion, Muhammad has stayed focused and is on her way to becoming the first […]

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“Excuse me, sir. I’m in the window seat.” We have all been there, having to awkwardly ask the man with a perfectly pressed suit and a fancy suitcase to get up so we can squish into the tiny seat we paid hundreds of dollars for. We have all had to wake up the sleeping old woman […]

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Slow and steady wins the race, or not? Republican presidential candidate Jeb Bush’s “tortoise-and-the-hare” campaign tactic didn’t really work out … at all. From the moment he announced his campaign in June 2015 to the second he dropped out last week, he never polled at more than 18 percent, but for some odd reason, he […]

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We are all accustomed to seeing rows of pink and blue bundles with matching hats and perfectly round cheeks and fathers looking in from the window at their newborn child as the mother takes a well deserved nap after hours of labor in the movies. Even though it makes for a captivating movie scene, this […]

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Over the last couple months, a group of CNN reporters took it upon themselves to find an answer to the question we have all been asking: why in the world are people still supporting Donald Trump? From Iowa to South Carolina, these reporters interviewed more than 150 people in 30 different cities, and the results are […]

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February is just around the corner, so take a second and think back to your second grade class, when other than writing your mom a thank you note on a sparkly red heart on the 14th, the rest of the month was dedicated to celebrating Martin Luther King Jr. along with other influential African-American leaders […]

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Chipotle began to experience a series of foodborne illness incidents in Aug. 2015 that led to what is now expected to be a $14 to $16-million scandal, according to CNN. Sixty-four Minnesota customers suffered from salmonella, approximately 100 Southern Californians and 140 Boston College students were infected with norovirus and 53 people in nine other […]

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If you’re tired of the same old trail mix and chips, Whole Foods has you covered. On top of its already varied and original stock of organic snacks, the supermarket has just announced its new partnership with Grub — an edible insect company. Starting in late December, Whole Foods will be selling Grub’s seasoned roasted […]

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Finding the cure and developing better treatments for cancer has been on the agenda of medical professionals and researchers for quite some time now. Despite earlier diagnoses to less aggressive chemotherapy, the fight to cure cancer has not been an easy one, and lately doctors seem to be taking a less conventional approach in their […]

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