2 min read Stan Lee, a Marvel of the American comic book industry, dies at 95 due to a series of recent health problems such as a bout of pneumonia and vision issues.
2 min read The California wildfire is the deadliest and most destructive in the state’s history. The Camp Fire and the Woolsey fire have raised the death toll to 42 people keeping more than 8,000 firefighters working day and night.
< 1 min read The Borderline Bar & Grill in California is the site of the 307th mass shooting in the U.S. in 2018 alone. A fun event of ‘country college night and line-dancing’ turned into a night of horror when the gunman, Ian David Long, entered the bar and started shooting around 11:20 p.m. on Nov. 7.
3 min read There are some countries still haven’t recovered from the destruction hurricane Maria caused. Puerto Rico was hit directly in its’s path, causing multiple tragedies and catastrophe. Even though it occurred back in September, conditions were terrible enough for one Radford student to make a move.
4 min read On March 19, Austin, Texas police department confirmed a suspected serial bomber is attacking their city. A total of five mysterious bombing incidents have occurred this month only, and the residents of Austin, Texas are living in fear. The most recent mysterious bombing occurred on Wednesday, March 21 at a FedEx facility in Schertz, near San Antonio at about 1 a.m.
2 min read The recent trending hashtag “#releasethememo,” has culminated in the official declassification of the now infamous congressional memo detailing the FISA issued surveillance of the former Trump campaign volunteer Carter Page.
3 min read There have been 18 Government shutdowns in U.S. history. Six of those were in the late 1970’s ranging from 8 to 17 days. The most prolonged government shutdown in history was in late 1995, this lasted for three weeks, sending thousands of government employees without paychecks. There was one in 2013 lasted for 16 days, but of course…