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President Trump Tweets There Is No Collusion and Claims It Is Not a Crime

President Trump Tweets There Is No Collusion and Claims It Is Not a Crime

President Trump’s Twitter feed is filled with untruths and contradictions. On the last day of July 2018, 20 months into his unique presidency, he added a post that has people asking what does that even mean? In his tweet, he dragged out current and old-ish gripes, then continued to spew anger against Democrats. If there was […]

Carr Fire Devastates Taking Lives Whilst Scorching California

Carr Fire Devastates Taking Lives Whilst Scorching California

Over 3,400 firefighters are battling the intense Carr Fire in Northern California. Also, there are least 100 more helping the evacuation. Due to strong winds, the fire has become difficult to contain causing increased blazes. There is confirmation that the Carr Fire has already taken six lives, including a firefighter, and a bulldozer operator who was […]

Chance the Rapper Drops Diss Song to Chicago’s Mayor

Chance the Rapper Drops Diss Song to Chicago’s Mayor

On Wednesday, July 18, 2018, Chance The Rapper dropped four new singles: “Work Out,” “Wala Cam,” “65th and Ingleside” and “I Might Need Security.” all of which was available on all streaming services. These songs were spontaneous and were not rolled out as singles are usually released with a big announcement and a drop date. “I Might […]

Drake Upsets Fans When He Attends His Ex’s Tennis Match

Drake Upsets Fans When He Attends His Ex’s Tennis Match

On Tuesday, July 10, 2018, Serena Williams faced off Camila Giorgi at the Wimbledon quarterfinal. However, her fans went wild with negative comments about Drake’s appearance at his ex’s tennis match. With this win, Serena will be advancing to semifinalist status with a promising reach for her 24th Grand Slam and 8th Wimbledon title. Many […]

HIV Rates Higher Among Those 50 Years and Older

HIV Rates Higher Among Those 50 Years and Older

Americans 50 years and older make up the highest group of individuals living with HIV, human immunodeficiency virus. In 2014, the CDC reported living with diagnosed HIV by age group, the two highest groups were ages 50-54 and 55-59. There is a significant drop, greater than 5,000, for ages 60-64. Ages 65 and older show a […]

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