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A woman named Brooke Livering was charged with homicide by vehicle after killing 17-year-old Emily Groft — a passenger in Livering’s Mitsubishi Eclipse — because Livering was driving at an “excessive speed” in the 400 block of Big Spring Road in Goldsboro, Pennsylvania. Livering was apparently arguing over the phone via text message with her significant other, and lost control of the wheel.
Get a load of this.
United States Rep. Scott Perry, like many of his fellow lawmakers around the country, faced a disgruntled crowd during a town hall meeting March 18 in Red Lion Junior High School.
Scott Pruitt, the administrator of the Environmental Protection Agency, has asked Congress to weigh in on whether carbon is a pollutant that should be regulated.
Former Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia died over a year ago now, and his seat on the court has been vacant since. Now this wouldn’t be the case had Republicans in Congress just done their jobs last year and confirmed President Barack Obama’s nominee Merrick Garland, but instead we were treated to a politicized version of “The Maury Show.”
The vacant Supreme Court seat has been the subject of much of Congress’ discussions and debates as of late.
Every year when spring break rolls around, college students are prompted with a similar question: “What are you doing for your break?” In the following weeks, when the nation’s schools take a brief hiatus, the same people who ask that question are treated to headlines that read “Watch this idiotic spring break bro jump into a shark-infested pool,” or “Viral video shows spring break ‘chaos’ at Port Aransas.” But the truth is, there are college students who do not have the means or desire to party their break away at a foreign location.
Some college students elect to spend their break at sunny, crowded beaches to rest and relax.
Last week’s break, coupled with being snowed in for a few days, was a welcome distraction from the three-ring circus that is the White House. Unfortunately, all good things must come to an end.
President Trump and his administration stepped on some toes during its first meeting with important European allies.
Trump met with foreign allies this past Friday at the White House.
The White House Correspondent’s Dinner is a longstanding tradition in Washington that brings the Press and the President together. In recent years, this dinner has become “more Hollywood” that involves a growing presence of A-list celebrities. The Dinner has transformed into a meeting of political and journalistic insiders that represent the establishment our country’s capital. After his shocking victory last November, it is no surprise that President Trump is skipping out on the annual White House Dinner.
In my junior year of high school, I was a state finalist for the Poetry Out Loud competition. Though I didn’t win, I was able to spend a day at the governor’s mansion in Harrisburg reciting and listening to poetry. It was a great experience, and I know others involved would agree.
Shippensburg University students kicked off Women’s History Month by taking to the streets of campus Thursday for the Women’s March. The march was organized by the SU Women’s Center with the goal of supporting “the rights of all marginalized people”, according to the Women’s Center’s page on ship.edu. Moreover, though, the march was another example of freedom of speech that we all enjoy in this country.
In a list of things you probably do in public bathrooms, it starts with looking for the cleanest stall. Followed by making sure the latch actually locks. Once there and have completed the objective, you most likely wash your hands, fix your hair or make sure that your pants are properly tucked in and your dresses and skirts are not. Things are similar for those who identify under the umbrella term transgender (trans). Trans individuals use the bathroom just like cis gender individuals, the only difference is a trans individual are more at risk of being a victim of violence.
Houston, we have a problem.
How far will people go to get attention?