Developing: Powerful earthquake in Iraq kills at least 140 in Iran

By Valeria Bula  On Sunday, November 12, 2017, a 7.3 magnitude earthquake strikes in the Iraqi city of Halabja, near the Iraq-Iran border, killing dozens in Iran, according to Iranian officials. #Breaking : The ratio reach to M 7.2 – 32km SSW of Halabjah, Iraq #earthquake #Kurdistan #Erbil #Helebce pic.twitter.com/m3ebx8ZBB7 — Rawand M Azeez (@rawand_aziz)… Read More Developing: Powerful earthquake in Iraq kills at least 140 in Iran

‘We don’t open the door’: How fear of a serial killer paralyzed Florida community

By Roxana Casanueva A serial killer has killed three people within a one-mile radius in Tampa, Florida. Police have been investigating to find out more information on the killer, but so far have gotten nothing. Within eleven days, three people were killed near bus stops in the Seminole Heights neighborhood. The community is terrified because… Read More ‘We don’t open the door’: How fear of a serial killer paralyzed Florida community

How South Florida is Leading the Push for Alternative Energy Sources

By Devin Dubon and Malique Lewis The push for alternative energy has been increasingly prevalent throughout South Florida in recent years. The main source of this has been solar energy and many cities across South Florida have led the charge in implementing this. This July, South Miami passed legislation that required all newly built houses… Read More How South Florida is Leading the Push for Alternative Energy Sources

Crisis in Puerto Rico: Desperate Residents Consume Toxic Water from Superfund Site

By Rozany Guzman Friday afternoon, CNN watched workers from Autoridad de Acueductos y Alcantarillados, or AAA, distribute water from a well at the Dorado Groundwater Contamination Site, which was listed in 2016 as part of the federal Superfund program for hazardous waste cleanup. They distributed it to residents of Puerto Rico, who filled small water… Read More Crisis in Puerto Rico: Desperate Residents Consume Toxic Water from Superfund Site

Mass Shootings: America’s Fastest Growing Epidemic

By Sabine Joseph  The recent attack on the Route 91 Harvest 3-day country music festival in Las Vegas–the deadliest mass shooting in modern U.S. history–has ignited the hotly contested issue of gun control in the United States. While the efficacy of strengthened gun control laws acting as a panacea for mass shootings is debated, the one… Read More Mass Shootings: America’s Fastest Growing Epidemic

The Rise and Fall of Harvey Weinstein, the Hollywood Mogul Accused of Serial Sexual Harassment

By Roxana Casanueva The famous and powerful producer, Harvey Weinstein, co-founder of Miramax Films in 1979, has worked in the film industry for decades, making many enemies throughout his career. A story published by the New York Times had released several unknown sexual harassment accusations toward Weinstein. He had planned to take a leave of… Read More The Rise and Fall of Harvey Weinstein, the Hollywood Mogul Accused of Serial Sexual Harassment

Bodycam footage shows Utah police shoot man as he runs away

By Abigail Rosales This past August 13th, Patrick Harmon, A 50 year old black man, was shot three times by Salt Lake City police officer, Clinton Fox, the footage of which was caught on Fox’s body cam. Although this incident occurred in August, an ongoing investigation has carried on for seven weeks and his actions,… Read More Bodycam footage shows Utah police shoot man as he runs away

14 DEAD AFTER FLORIDA NURSING HOME LOST A/C

By Valeria Bula Roughly about a month after Hurricane Irma swept across Florida, leaving destruction in its wake, two more residents, Francesca Andrade, 95, and Cecilia Franco, the 90-year- old wife of another resident, Miguel Antonio Franco, who died a week after the hurricane, have passed away as announced by the Hollywood Police Department on Monday… Read More 14 DEAD AFTER FLORIDA NURSING HOME LOST A/C