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The United States Suggests that Huawei Raise Cybersecurity Concerns With 5G Technology

By: Brandon Schall, Staff Writer   Since 2018, the United States (U.S.) and China have been at odds over cybersecurity concerns with Huawei.[1] In December 2018, Canada arrested Huawei Chief Financial Officer (C.F.O.) Meng Wanzhou for extradition to the United States.[2] Those concerns escalated further when it was reported that Federal […]

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Civil Lawsuits Pile Up Following Operation Varsity Blues

    By: Giulia Schaub, Staff Writer   A group of students and parents filed a lawsuit against the University of Southern California, Yale University, and other colleges involved in the massive college admissions scandal, now called “Operation Varsity Blues.”[1] In addition to the colleges, the lawsuit names the mastermind […]

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Is President Trump’s National Emergency Declaration to Fund Construction of a Border Wall Setting a Dangerous Precedent?

  By: Claude Ngatchou, Staff Writer   On February 15, during a news conference in the White House Rose Garden, President Trump announced that he would sign a spending bill to prevent another government shutdown and declared a national emergency to fund construction of a wall along the southern border.[1] […]

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The U.S. Women’s National Soccer Team Marks International Women’s Day by Filing a Gender Discrimination Claim Against the U.S. Soccer Federation

  By: Amanda Leonard, Staff Writer   On International Women’s Day 2019, twenty-eight players of the U.S. women’s national soccer team (USWNT) filed a gender discrimination claim against the United States Soccer Federation (USSF) in the U.S. district court of California.[1] The complaint alleges violations of the Equal Pay Act […]

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Lake Erie Can Now Sue People

By: Andrew Beluk, Staff Writer   Human beings have been suing other human beings since the dawn of litigation. But now, a body of water can sue human beings too. On February 26, 2019, citizens of Toledo, Ohio voted to give Lake Erie legal standing to sue polluters in court.[1] […]

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