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USPS Slowdown Prompts Lawsuit by 20 Attorneys General

USPS Slowdown Prompts Lawsuit by 20 Attorneys General

The United States Postal Service is reportedly slowing down deliveries while raising prices. As a result, 20 attorneys general have filed a lawsuit against the agency overseeing the USPS. Nationwide Effect Postmaster General Louis DeJoy ordered the slowdown that began on October 1, 2021. Up 30 percent of packages will arrive in up to 5 […]

M.M.A.D. Founder Robert Calhoun Contributes to North Lawndale

M.M.A.D. Founder Robert Calhoun Contributes to North Lawndale

Robert Calhoun, also known as Rock, is one of the founding fathers of the North Lawndale organization known as Men Making a Difference (M.M.A.D.). He and other men in the community decided they needed to facilitate changes and offer youth examples of positive male role models. “The organization was formed in a vacant lot with […]

President Bill Clinton in Hospital for Infection Is ‘on the Mend’

President Bill Clinton in Hospital for Infection Is ‘on the Mend’

Seventy-five-year-old President Bill Clinton is on the mend reports spokesperson after being treated for a non-COVID-related infection for the past two days. He was admitted to the University of California Irvine Medical Center on Tuesday. A Clinton spokesperson, Angel Urena, said the former president is doing well and in good spirits. He is “incredibly thankful […]

Greenhouse Gasses the Focus of New EPA Rules

Greenhouse Gasses the Focus of New EPA Rules

Environmental Protection Agency is trying to stop the production and usage of hydrofluorocarbons, an important step to control climate change. Air conditioners and refrigerators are most common when it comes to highly potent greenhouse gasses.  Congress passed a new rule last year to decrease the United States production and use of HFCs by 85 percent […]

Climate Change Reports Expose Harsh Reality

Climate Change Reports Expose Harsh Reality

As the planet continues to warm, President Joe Biden issued an executive order in January asking 23 federal agencies to prepare reports identifying the prime threats of climate change and how they plan to respond to the issue. The report elaborated on how climate change will reach people’s everyday life from where they live, what […]

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