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Donald Trump Removing Federal Troops From Portland

Donald Trump Removing Federal Troops From Portland

As of July 29,2020, Portland residents have been protesting for 62 days, and Federal agents’ presence has increased. Even after local officials demanded that ‘Trumps Troops’ leave, more agents were deployed. However, this week removing these agents has been discussed. Federal Agents Confused About Protests According to The New York Times, federal troops are confused […]

Get to Know Reginae Echols

Get to Know Reginae Echols

Who is Reginae Echols? She is a rising senior from Chicago, IL, who attends Westinghouse College Prep. In her spare time, she loves to read, binge watch Netflix, and write. She is passionate about a lot of things but has a special interest in justice and law. For this reason, she found herself drawn to […]

Negative Ions and Their Affect on Human Health

Negative Ions and Their Affect on Human Health

For most people, anything associated with the word negative is automatically bad. However, when it comes to negative ions, things become complicated. Negative ions can be beneficial for mental and physical health. What are Negative Ions and How are they made? According to HealthLine, “negative ions are molecules floating in the air or atmosphere that […]

Chicago Federal Investigation Into Heroin, Fentanyl

Chicago Federal Investigation Into Heroin, Fentanyl

Undercover officers including some Chicago Police Department officers and the DEA have discovered a drug trafficking operation. The operation included the distribution of about 12.6 kilograms of heroin and an additional 23 kilograms of heroin laced with fentanyl and fentanyl analog. Additionally, according to WGN9, “most of the alleged drug trafficking occurred in Humboldt Park”(WGN9). […]

Surviving a Pandemic 2020

Surviving a Pandemic 2020

For rising seniors, such primary concerns include prom, graduation, and college. For students living in 2020, however, the concern is whether or not encompassing a celebration with families and friends is still likely to happen. During the past five months, this has been a constant thought of many students. It is now July and teens […]

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