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Monthly Archives: October 2016

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A History of LGBTQA Month

October is LGBT History Month in the United States; a whole month dedicated to lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender culture and background. This month should not be confused with LGBT Pride Month, which is observed annually in June. Pride Month takes place earlier in the

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BuzzFeed Investigates ASOS

BuzzFeed has uncovered findings inside the online retail company ASOS’s warehouse in Northern England. BuzzFeed’s investigation revealed alleged illegal contracts, overbearing security, and overworked and highly stressed out workers. During their three month investigation, BuzzFeed interviewed current and former ASOS employees and attained private documents,

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Musician Bob Dylan awarded historic Nobel Prize

On December 3, 1965 a leg swinging, chain-smoking 24-year-old Bob Dylan sat in front of an eager crowd of journalists patiently waiting for their chance to ask the young singer-songwriter about his soon-to-be-released, now classic album, “Bringing It All Back Home.” He was introduced by

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Trump finally gets Cruz’s endorsement

Earlier this week, former Republican presidential nominee Ted Cruz from Texas endorsed Donald Drumpf for president after previously stating that he would not stand behind Drumpf if were he to win the nomination. During a GOP debate earlier this year, each candidate was asked if they would back Drumpf

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Wells Fargo comes under fire

One of the country’s leading banking companies is under extreme scrutiny over a scandal which allowed employees to open user accounts without their customer’s knowledge or authorization. On September 8th, it became public knowledge that Wells Fargo Bank was being fined for $185 million by

Curtis Allen 49, (L to R), Gavin Wright, 49 and Patrick Eugene Stein, 47 are shown in these booking photos in Wichita, Kansas provided October 15, 2016. The three were arrested and charged in connection with plotting to bomb an apartment complex in western Kansas where 120 people lived, including Muslim immigrants from Somalia, federal officials said.  Photo courtesy of Sedgwick County Sheriff's Office/Handout via REUTERS  ATTENTION EDITORS - THIS IMAGE WAS PROVIDED BY A THIRD PARTY. EDITORIAL USE ONLY - RTX2OYMF

On Oct. 14, three men in Kansas, dubbing themselves “The Crusaders,” were charged with planning domestic terroristic attacks on an apartment complex and mosque used by Muslim immigrants from Somalia. Curtis Allen, Gavin Wright, and Patrick Stein were arrested for planning a terrorist attack for Nov. 9,