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    A Brief History of Basketball

    by  • December 2, 2016 • Homepage, National, Sports, World, World & History • 0 Comments

    If you ask about favorite sports to people, undoubtedly most of the people have same answer; basketball. The reason behind the popularity of the basketball is its extremely fascinating history. Canadian-American James Naismith is known as the father of Basketball. He invented basketball while teaching at the International YMCA training school in Springfield, Massachusetts...

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    Why I’m Afraid of Mike Pence

    by  • November 15, 2016 • 2016 Presidential Election, Homepage, National, North American News, Opinion, Political Opinions, World • 0 Comments

    On November 8, Donald Trump became the President-Elect of the United States. This sparked a nationwide outrage by the ones who were opposed to Trump. Many took to social media, and people also took to the streets to protest. As I sat watching the news, and listening to people talk about their concerns about...

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    Massachusetts Reacts to The 2016 Presidential Election

    by  • November 10, 2016 • 2016 Presidential Election, Local, National, North American News, World • 0 Comments

    Republican President-Elect Donald Trump, defied odds as a political outsider on the early morning of November 9th, 2016. Although the election was impossibly narrow, most early polls called a win for the Democratic nominee, former Secretary of State and former First Lady Hillary Clinton. As key swing-states began demonstrating a Republican lean, Trump’s electoral...

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    Why I Will Never Forgive or Forget Donald Trump

    by  • November 9, 2016 • 2016 Presidential Election, Homepage, National, North American News, Opinion, Political Opinions, World, World & History • 0 Comments

    The 2016 election has been an unforgettable one. I would not accredit that to the remarkability of each candidate, their visionary goals to mobilize the country, nor their truly promising social, political and economic policies that will surge the U.S. further as that is the demand of the people. Rather, the most heated topics...

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    Why Local Politics Matter Too

    by  • November 9, 2016 • 2016 Presidential Election, Local, Local Opinions, National, North American News, Opinion, Political Opinions, World • 0 Comments

    Government officials and city workers are always highlighting the importance of political activity and staying involved in your community. They claim that every voice is heard and that they are working in the benefit of the people and the city. However, when there are no voices to be heard, who should the government listen...

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    Ballot Questions To Be Voted On

    by  • October 27, 2016 • Homepage, World • 0 Comments

    Elections are right around the corner, and as frightening as that may be, it is important to stay informed– by facts, not by biased media coverage. Not only are the presidential elections coming up; voters will be voting on ballot questions as well. Of the 19 proposed ballot questions, only four of them will...

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    Golf: Behind the Strokes

    by  • October 21, 2016 • Homepage, Sports, World • 0 Comments

    Originating in Scotland, tracing back to the 15th centuries, modern golf is played all over the world: it spreads all over the 5 continents- America, Europe, Africa, Australia, and even Asia! Many thought of golf as a basic game with a simple goal- to hit the ball into the designated place nothing more, nothing...

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    Transgender Public Accommodations Bill Yet to be Passed

    by  • April 28, 2016 • Homepage, National, North American News, World • 0 Comments

    Massachusetts is currently in the process of reviewing legislation for a Transgender Public Accommodations Bill. Public accommodations are facilities, both public and private, used by the general public, including retail stores, public restrooms and recreational facilities. A person cannot be forced to leave or be unable to enter based on race, religion, national origin,...

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    White House Shifts Ebola Funding to Combat Zika Virus

    by  • April 12, 2016 • Homepage, National, North American News, South American News, World • 0 Comments

    In an attempt to combat the rapid spread of the Zika virus, federal officials have decided to shift approximately $500 million from Ebola prevention programs. The shift comes after Congress was bogged down in a two month debate over the approval of a $1.9 billion budget proposed by the Obama administration. On February 1...

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