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The name Lee Boyd Malvo is one that brings to mind the terror that struck Washington, D.C. and gripped the nation. In 2002, Malvo, at the time 17,  was the accomplice of John Allen Muhammad, who is better known as “The DC Sniper.” Together, the pair was responsible for the death of 10 people in…

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A major lawsuit is expected to be filed today by the attorneys general of Washington, D.C., and Maryland against President Donald Trump. At issue will be Trump’s continuous violation of the emoluments clause of the U.S. Constitution. D.C. Attorney General Karl A. Racine and Maryland Attorney General Brian E. Frosh alleged in the lawsuit to be…

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In 2002, the Washington, DC area was gripped in fear as unsuspecting victims were shot by John Allen Muhammad and his teenage stepson Lee Boyd Malvo. The DC Sniper attacks claimed the lives of 17 people and injured three others in Maryland, Virginia, and Washington, D.C. Muhammad was executed for his crimes in 2009, while Malvo,…

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Shortly after President Trump took office, he ordered that the Twitter accounts of various government agencies be shut down. Among these agencies were the EPA, NASA, National Park Service and the Department of Health and Human Services. Many felt that this was an attempt by the Trump administration to change and control the narrative of…

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The recent actions of President Donald Trump in his first 11 days in office have created chaos not only in America but around the globe. Once more, Trump is shown to be a president with a team in place in which no one knows what they are doing. This, however, is another masterful Trump distraction being…

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President Donald Trump this week issued an unprecedented executive order on immigration that has had global impact. Trump’s order barred entry of all refugees to the United States for 120 days, barred Syrian refugees indefinitely, and blocked entry into the United States for 90 days for citizens of seven mostly Muslim countries. The countries affected…

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    A video that was uploaded to YouTube allegedly shows Ferguson, Missouri,  Police Officer Darren Wilson possibly violating the rights of a citizen. In the video a man is filming Wilson who becomes irate when he realizes he is on camera. Wilson states “You take one more picture, I’m gonna lock your a—up!”

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In a landmark decision on Wednesday, July 16, U.S. District Court Judge Cormac Carney declared the death penalty in California unconstitutional. The ruling affects hundreds of inmates currently on death row who have endured long delays. The long delays are the root of the ruling, which called the California death penalty “dysfunctional” and “arbitrary.” Judge…

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California prison officials have a real medical ethics issue on their hands. From the late 1990s to at least 2010 more than 150 female prisoners were sterilized without their consent. The operations took place outside of the prison with private hospitals and doctors and the state paid an estimated $147,460. The targeted women were already pregnant…

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