Day: February 11, 2020

Minnesota Absentee Ballots Starting to Come in

Minnesota Absentee Ballots Starting to Come in

People looking to get a jump on lines at the polls across the northland have started sending in their absentee ballots. According to the Minnesota Secretary of State’s office, 43,928 absentee ballots were sent out to those who requested starting on January 7th. As of one month later on Friday February 7th, just above 17,000 ballots have been turned in […]

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Coronavirus Death Total Over 1000

Coronavirus Death Total Over 1000

The Coronavirus Epidemic continues in China, with Monday’s Death total reaching a new daily high of 100 people. Including Monday’snumbers the overall total killed by the virus is over 1000. China is staying on lockdown on all fronts including business deals in an attempt to curb the epidemic. An official for China said that reopening business would risk spreading the […]

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Claudia Salinas denies sexual assault charge in Weinstein case

Claudia Salinas denies sexual assault charge in Weinstein case

Mexican model, Claudia Salinas, denies a claim that was made by one of Harvey Weinstein’s alleged victims.  Lauren Young said in a testimony that she was lured into a bathroom and Salinas closed the door behind her and Weinstein while he then sexually assaulted her.  She also claims Salinas was there when he was done sexually assaulting her. Salinas said, “this never happened, and she would remember […]

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Increasing oil production fears environmental activists

Increasing oil production fears environmental activists

Oil production is on the rise and many are worried about what that might mean for the environment. There are currently one billion barrels of oil being produced which is up 13% from 2018. Environmental activists question whether or not the money is worth the cost of the environment. The government has increased its profits to $7.5 billion in 2019.

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Local safety officials inspect the wreckage of an Army UH-60 Blackhawk crash at Tallil Air Base, Iraq.  All four Soldiers on board were rescued from the helicopter by members of Tallil's 407th Air Expeditionary Group and 407th Expeditionary Medical Squadron. Photo by A1C Jeff Andrejcik.

Syrian government shoots down helicopter during airstrike

The Syrian government was reported to have shot down a helicopter and assign an airstrike attack that killed at least seven people on Tuesday.  The incidents that came about Tuesday are in result of the government coming close to capturing the last rebel-held stronghold part of a highway that will soon be linking northern Syria to southern Syria. This will be the first […]

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