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Anchorage Alaska 7.0 Earthquake Rocks City: Tsunami Warning Issued

Anchorage Alaska 7.0 Earthquake Rocks City: Tsunami Warning Issued

At approximately 11:29 AM Friday, Nov. 30, 2018, a 7.0 earthquake shook Anchorage, Alaska. According to WSLS channel 10 news, the quake rocked buildings, prompting people to run out of offices and seek shelter under office desks. The U.S Geological Survey first reported the trembler as having a magnitude of 5.7 but later upgraded it […]

Sen. Elizabeth Warren Declares Trump ‘Embraces Dictators of All Stripes’

Sen. Elizabeth Warren Declares Trump ‘Embraces Dictators of All Stripes’

Senator Elizabeth Warren (D-Mass.) made her voice heard in preparation to the presidential race, and she had plenty to say about the current president. On Nov. 30, 2018, Sen. Warren’s take on President Donald J. Trump’s foreign policy surrenders to tyrants and she wants to take action. “President Trump’s actions and instincts align with those of […]

Hugh Jackman Reveals 2019 World Tour

Hugh Jackman Reveals 2019 World Tour

“It’s not Wolverine The Musical. Not yet.” Hugh Jackman, the Austrailian star and beloved Wolverine character has revealed he will be doing a world tour next year. Jackman is calling the tour “The Man. The Music. The Show.” Entertainment Tonight details the tour will begin May 13, 2019, in Hamburg, Germany and on June 18 in […]

Chicago Alderman Ed Burke’s Office Raided

Chicago Alderman Ed Burke’s Office Raided

The Chicago City Hall office of Alderman Ed Burke’s office was raided by the agents of the Federal Bureau of Investigation, on Nov. 29, 2018. Agents showed up earlier in the morning requesting that other employees leave. They placed brown paper over the glass windows of that office as well as the one on the South […]

Analeza Walker Bio

Analeza Walker went to Nicholas Senn High School and is now a college student at one of the Chicago’s City Colleges, Harold Washington. At Harold Washington, she has majored in Journalism for the past two years and is planning to finish her associate degree in the Spring of 2019. Growing up on the north side of Chicago, […]

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