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    Amidst a Global Pandemic the US Still Refuses Universal Healthcare By Avery Coleman

    America along with the rest of the world, is in a global pandemic, yet they do not provide free healthcare. Hundreds of thousands of people have been put in the hospital due to sickness, costing them high hospital bills. Many of the deaths in the US due to Covid-19 are attributed to lack of healthcare and funds. Many wonder why the world's “leading country” lags behind in beneficial help and works for citizens of the country. Other countries often are envious of the USA’s abundance of food, power, clean water and overall resources, but still wonder why they don’t provide essential health benefits... [click title for full article]

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  • More System Change, Less Climate Change by Landen Scalf

    More System Change, Less Climate Change by Landen Scalf

    Climate change is continuing to catastrophically affect the world. It has constantly affected global and regional climate patterns particularly in the mid to late 20th century onwards. In that time it has been attributed largely to the increased levels of atmospheric carbon dioxide produced by the use of fossil fuels. Global temperature rise has gone up 2.12 degrees since the late 19th century driven by carbon dioxide emissions and other human activities... [click title to read full story]

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  • Masks: A Social Dilemma by Elijah Spitze

    Masks: A Social Dilemma by Elijah Spitze

    In Washington State masks have been required since June 26th, 2020, or 480 days ago at the time of this writing. As a result, public schools have required masks to be worn by all staff and students while indoors, but some students are not following the mandate. They wear masks improperly or not at all, compromising our already weak security against the COVID-19 virus... [click title to read full story]

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  • Texas’ Abortion Ban at 6 weeks becomes Law by Janessa Robison

    Texas’ Abortion Ban at 6 weeks becomes Law by Janessa Robison

    Texas lawmakers passed a ban on abortion for no later than six weeks of pregnancy, which is well before most women discover they are pregnant. Governor Greg Abbot finalized this law and the abortion ban will take place in September 2021.

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  • Half Shredded by Ocean Chapman

    Half Shredded by Ocean Chapman

    At Sotheby’s art gallery a world famous painting sold for a historic $25.4 million dollars, and half of it was shredded.
    "Love is in the bin." formally known as "Girl with a Balloon." initially sold for 1.4 million dollars and is one of the most fascinating stories in the art world... [click title to read full story]

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  • Myth or Mystery: Loch ness Monster? by Tatyana Mone’

    Myth or Mystery: Loch ness Monster? by Tatyana Mone’

    The legend of the Loch Ness Monster has lived through generations. It’s a tale we’re introduced to at a young age. Until the silhouette of Nessy shocks the media after recent recurring sightings of the monster lurking... [click title to read full story]

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