Day: February 21, 2018

Counterfit tickets cause fans problem Superbowl weekend

Counterfit tickets cause fans problem Superbowl weekend

Minneapolis, Minnesota – If you thought the only disappointed fans Super Bowl weekend were Patriots fans, think again. According to Minneapolis police, 154 people unknowingly purchased over $900,000 worth of counterfeit Super Bowl tickets. Unfortunately for these fans, the discovery of the purchase of the fake tickets didn’t happen until they arrived at US Bank Stadium for the big game on Super Bowl Sunday. Nineteen […]

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Headscarf dispute at high school basketball game

Headscarf dispute at high school basketball game

  Philadelphia, Pennsylvania –  Mastery Charter School Shoemaker Campus student Nasihah Thompson-King was asked to leave a playoff basketball game after the referee of the game noticed her playing while wearing a headscarf. Thompson-King claims she was “embarrassed”, mentioning she has never dealt with this problem in any games she’s played in previously. According to the Pennsylvania Interscholastic Athletic Association, the league […]

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Mass shooting plot unraveled

Mass shooting plot unraveled

Whittier, California – A mass shooting plot directed towards El Camino High school in Southern California has been unraveled by authorities. Multiple guns and ammunition were found in the home of the student who threatened to open fire at a  Southern California high school. A security guard at the high school reported the student to the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s […]

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Pawlenty Continues to Ponder Run for Governor

Pawlenty Continues to Ponder Run for Governor

The state capitol saw a familiar face on Tuesday when former Governor Tim Pawlenty visited his old workplace to speak with Senate Republicans. During his time with the Republicans, he stressed that they should look to work with Governor Dayton during his final year in office rather than opposing him until the elections.  Pawlenty has not announced if he will […]

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Increased Background Check Measures Receive Presidential Support

Increased Background Check Measures Receive Presidential Support

Congress has taken up the conversation that has been heard around the country since the Parkland, Florida school shooting last week, and now a bill to give more power to the Federal Bureau of Investigation’s background check system has received support from the White House. The proposed bill would strengthen the FBI database of prohibited gun buyers. President Donald Trump […]

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Mueller Probe Charges Lawyer for Lying to Investigators

Mueller Probe Charges Lawyer for Lying to Investigators

The special council headed up by Robert Mueller saw more legal action after the weekend’s indictments of thirteen Russians who are accused of attempting to meddle in American elections. Today’s news came when the Mueller team charged lawyer Alex van Der Zwaan of lying to investigators in about his interactions with former Trump campaign aide Rick Gates. Van Der Zwaan […]

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