The Cities Millennials Are Moving to the Most

Seattle, WA, is the top destination for millennials according to the latest report by SmartAsset, a financial technology company that provides financial advice. According to the study, nearly 30,000 millennials moved to city last year, while just over 22,000 moved out, leaving the city with a net influx of 7,300 millennials. The company points out […]

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McConnell Cancels Senate’s August Recess

Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell has cancelled the Senate’s August recess it was announced this week. McConnell said the time was needed to work through a backlog of President Trump’s nominees which McConnell claims Democrats have been slow-walking. “Due to the historic obstruction by Senate Democrats of the president’s nominees, and the goal of passing […]

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U.N. Harshly Criticizes U.S. Policy Toward Immigrant Children

The Office of the Human Rights of the United Nations harshly criticized the U.S. this week for the policy of separating young immigrant children from their parents at its southern border. Spokesperson for the U.N. High Commissioner for Human Rights Ravina Shamdasani called the policy a violation of human rights. “We are deeply concerned that […]

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ICE Immigration Raid on Ohio Landscaper Sees 114 Arrested

U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement carried out one of the largest raids against undocumented workers in recent years yesterday, when about 200 federal agents descended on Corso’s Flower & Garden Center in Ohio. The raid resulted in the arrest of 114 workers who are not authorized to be in the country. Corso’s is a large […]

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“Looks like Zuckerberg Lied to Congress”

The New York Times is reporting that Facebook had “far-reaching data partnerships” with roughly sixty mobile phone manufacturers that allowed them to obtain private Facebook user data without their permission. The list of device manufacturers includes Apple, Blackberry, Samsung and Microsoft, and the agreements allowed them to harvest Facebook user information like relationship status, religion […]

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Why Are the Warriors So Good in the 3rd Quarter? Consider Halftime

The Golden State Warriors usually go on backbreaking scoring runs in the third quarters of games that erase any deficit in the score, along with the competitive will of their opponents. Over the course of just this postseason – a total of 17 games – the Warriors have outscored their opponents by a remarkable 130 […]

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President’s Team Struggles to Explain Contradiction on Trump Tower Meeting Response

The President’s legal team, as well as White House staff, are struggling to explain an apparent contradiction in statements made about the President’s involvement in response to questions about a meeting Donald Trump Jr. had with individuals connected to the Russian government. In June 2016 a friend of the Trump family emailed the President’s son […]

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Kate Spade, Handbag Innovator, Found Dead of Apparent Suicide

Fashion icon Kate Spade was found dead in her Manhattan apartment of an apparent suicide this morning. A housekeeper found her hanged from a red scarf in her bedroom at her Park Avenue apartment and was pronounced dead at the scene by authorities. She was 55 years old. Katherine Noel Brosnahan was born in Kansas […]

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Trump Cancels White House Event with Philadelphia Eagles Over Anthem Protests

President Donald Trump cancelled a planned event with the Philadelphia Eagles yesterday over ongoing protest in NFL’s of the National Anthem. The team had been invited to celebrate their Super Bowl victory this year. The White House issued a statement announcing the cancellation of the event last night. “The Philadelphia Eagles are unable to come […]

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