Dallas Nurse Who Tested Positive For Ebola Flew Commercial Two Days Prior
Dallas Nurse Who Tested Positive For Ebola Flew Commercial Two Days Prior
By Allison Heller
Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital in Dallas is under serious fire as two nurses have recently tested positive for Ebola after coming in contact with Thomas Eric Duncan. The most recent patient boarded a commercial flight on Monday.

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Once-in-a-Million-Years Comet to Pass by Mars
Once-in-a-Million-Years Comet to Pass by Mars
By Trang Nguyen
Comet Siding Spring, aka C/2013 A1, will be observed and studied from NASA’s rovers and orbiters on and around the red planet, making it the first to be seen from the surface of another planet.

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Rumors and Bullets Fly when Kim Jong-un Misses Big Anniversary
Rumors and Bullets Fly when Kim Jong-un Misses Big Anniversary
By Trang Nguyen
The 69th anniversary celebration of the founding of North Korea’s Worker’s Party had everything, except the “Great Leader’s” presence.

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West Virginia Legalizes Same-Sex Marriage
West Virginia Legalizes Same-Sex Marriage
By Allison Heller
After the Supreme Court refused to take on appeals by multiple states to bring back the state ban on same-sex marriage, West Virginia decided to no longer fight the efforts to keep homosexuals from marrying their partners.

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ISIS Takes City of Kobani, Scattering Turkish Refugees
ISIS Takes City of Kobani, Scattering Turkish Refugees
By Alexandra Holden
Missiles, gunshots, and smoke cluttered over Syria on Wednesday afternoon, a man-made storm into the day’s clear sky. This was the crossfire between militant fighters of ISIS and Kurdish defense forces along a throng of northern border cities.

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First Case Of Ebola Contracted Outside Of Africa Since Outbreak
First Case Of Ebola Contracted Outside Of Africa Since Outbreak
By Allison Heller
A nurse in Spain has tested positive for Ebola, making her the first person to have contracted the disease outside of Africa since its recent outbreak.

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Once-in-a-Million-Years Comet to Pass by Mars

Comet Siding Spring, aka C/2013 A1, will be observed and studied from NASA’s rovers and orbiters on and around the red planet, making it the first to be seen from the surface of another planet.

by Trang Nguyen

West Virginia Legalizes Same-Sex Marriage

After the Supreme Court refused to take on appeals by multiple states to bring back the state ban on same-sex marriage, West Virginia decided to no longer fight the efforts to keep homosexuals from marrying their partners.

by Allison Heller

ISIS Takes City of Kobani, Scattering Turkish Refugees

Missiles, gunshots, and smoke cluttered over Syria on Wednesday afternoon, a man-made storm into the day’s clear sky. This was the crossfire between militant fighters of ISIS and Kurdish defense forces along a throng of northern border cities. 

by Alexandra Holden

Deepcor Mission

Global Warming is a Global Issue

Global warming is causing increased concern. The effects are extremely staggering and already have detrimental impacts on ecosystems around the world.

by Alex Frere-smith

Propaganda & Brutal Murder: Who is Jihadi John?

Since the brutal executions of journalists James Foley and Steven Sotloff, as well as the most recent killing of British aid worker David Haine, an international manhunt has been under way for their captors and killers who fight for the Islamic State.

by Robin Seemangal

Fox News Anchor Advocates Forced Internment of Arab Americans

The humanitarian crisis in the Middle East—specifically the conflict in Iraq and Syria as a result of decades of US foreign policy actions—and the power vacuum created post Saddam Hussein, has displaced hundreds of thousands of Muslims and Christians.

by Connor Alexander

The United Police State of America

After Ferguson, other cases of police brutality are surfacing and gaining traction as America has finally called attention to the widespread issue. 

by Alex Frere-smith