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Bullying Can Be Prevented [Video]

Bullying Can Be Prevented [Video]

October was bullying prevention awareness month. Everyone from kids to adults took a stand for change. On Monday, Oct. 23, 2017, parents of teens at York High School, in Maine, organized a peaceful protest claiming the administrative staff had not done enough to stop the bullying of a gay student. Students stood alongside their parents on the side […]

US Department of State Revamps Travel Advisory Information

US Department of State Revamps Travel Advisory Information

The U.S. Department of State warns there is always a risk with international travel since the conditions in any country can change at any time. In order to better equip American’s abroad, the government uses travel advisories. To improve ease of understanding the method of classifying dangerous countries was revamped in January 2018. The travel advisory levels and […]

Bomb Threat at Sophia Airport in Bulgaria

Bomb Threat at Sophia Airport in Bulgaria

The Sophia Airport in Bulgaria was evacuated and closed, on Jan. 10, 2018, due to a bomb threat. The evacuation was ordered by the Interior Ministry after receiving a “malicious phone call,” at 1:20 p.m. local time, according to Bgnes, a Bulgarian new agency. Police immediately responded to the threat. Canine units were deployed to […]

Google Faces Class-Action Discrimination Lawsuits

Google Faces Class-Action Discrimination Lawsuits

A class-action lawsuit is being brought against Google. Former engineer for the tech giant, James Damore is suing the company because he says they regularly discriminate against white men and conservatives. The engineer was fired from Google for writing a 10-page memo that suggested women were “neurotic” and underemployed with the tech giant for “biological” […]

Rick Perry’s Subsidy Plan for Coal and Nuclear Power Plants Quashed

Rick Perry’s Subsidy Plan for Coal and Nuclear Power Plants Quashed

In line with President Donald Trump’s move against environmental protections, Energy Secretary Rick Perry proposed subsidizing coal and nuclear power plants. The Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) unanimously rejected the plan Perry announced on September 29, 2017. Their decision supports wind, solar, gas, and other clear power suppliers that compete with coal and nuclear energy […]

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