Category: National

The New Reality of Terror Attacks

The man who committed the attack in New York City that killed eight and injured a dozen others, used a truck in the same fashion ISIS has called for.    Using trucks to commit acts of terror has been a signature of the extremist group, which has been shown around the globe. London, Paris, and New York have all seen the effectiveness of this type […]

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Ohio Man Faces Another Charge After Initial Murder Charge

A 19-year-old man has been indicted on a methamphetamine possession charge after previously being charged with murder of his 14-year-old half sister Mackenna Kronenberger. The methamphetamine charge has come three months after the murder indictment. Jason Tidwell and 18-year-old Dylan Angel engaged in conflict when fatal gun shots fired and struck Kronenberger through her home. Tidwell was also charged with […]

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40-foot-tall cross on state highway determined unconstitutional

A federal appeals court has found a 40-foot-tall cross on a Maryland state highway median to be a violation of the U.S. Constitution. The 92-year-old monument known as the Bladensburg cross was built just outside Washington, D.C. to commemorate World War I. A three-judge panel of the 4th U.S. Circuit of Appeals ruled that the cross amounts to government sponsorship of a particular religion. […]

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President Trump visits Las Vegas

President Donald Trump is traveling to Las Vegas today to reckon with the aftermath of the deadly mass shooting. The president is meeting with first responders and victims of the attack that killed 59 people and injured 527. Trump says authorities are “learning more” about the gunman that opened fire on an outdoor country music festival. In visiting the city, the […]

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Excel energy to build 300-megawatt farm

Excel energy to build 300-megawatt farm

  Minneapolis, Minnesota – Xcel Energy has announced that they plan to build a 300-megawatt wind farm in Grant and Codington counties of northeastern South Dakota, the project is expected to start operations in 2021. Xcel is the nations top utility wind provider, and with the addition of the Dakota project it will make Excel the first U.S. utility to […]

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Irma May Force Mobile Homes Out Of Florida Keys

Living in the Florida Keys may be getting more expensive. After Hurricane Irma swept through, the usually affordable vacation spot is considering taking out over 7500 mobile and recreational homes and replacing them with new permanent structures that follow building regulations. Building the new structures would put a hard hit on the traditional Key West tourism offering an affordable vacation for […]

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Michigan man charged with Sexual Misconduct of a 7-year-old girl

Michigan man charged with Sexual Misconduct of a 7-year-old girl

Minneapolis, Minnesota – A man from Michigan was charged with second-degree sexual conduct for attempting to sexually assault a 7-year-old girl while he was staying as a guest at an Airbnb in Minnetonka. Derril Kinchen had rented a spare bedroom through the Airbnb website, and after just 15 minutes of him arriving back from a wedding, the girls father found […]

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Unicorn Drink

Unicorn Drink

NEW YORK (AP) – The popular coffee shop Starbucks, is releasing a new limited-time beverage that will debut Wednesday, April 19th. The drink will be called the Unicorn Frappuccino and will be a sweet and fruity beverage. The Unicorn Frappuccino will be sold nationwide until Sunday. The drink changes colors and flavors when you stir the beverage. The colorful drink […]

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Celebrating National Crayon Day

ST. CLOUD, Minn. – If you’re feeling nostalgia for your childhood then break out the crayons! Today is National Crayon Day, celebrating the original arts-and-crafts utensil. While people are coloring all over the U.S., Crayola used today to announce the retirement of one of their colors. Dandelion, a bright yellow shade, is stepping down from the box. The Crayola website […]

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Paul Ryan’s Second Attempt to Overhaul Healthcare

Paul Ryan’s Second Attempt to Overhaul Healthcare

House Speaker Paul Ryan’s party will take another shot at overhauling health care. After the GOP division to replace Obamacare failed Friday, Ryan said Republican lawmakers will continue to keep working on healthcare. Ryan has released no further details or a timeline on how this will be done. Conservatives claim that the bill Friday didn’t repeal enough of Obamacare while […]

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