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University professor under investigation for reportedly holding mock slave auction
A Howard University professor is under investigation after he reportedly held a mock slave auction in class.Details about the incident first were reported by the Caged Bird, an online magazine that targets readers who are students at historically black colleges and universities.The professor, who is white, was reportedly teaching a lesson on Frederick Douglass' slave narrative.According to the report, the professor singled out one of the...
Secret Service agents ‘angry’ & ‘disappointed’ after intruder spent 16 minutes on WH grounds
Secret Service agents are “angry” and “extremely disappointed” after a White House intruder was able to scale three security barriers and stay on the White House grounds for at least 16 minutes late last Friday night, March 10.According to a statement from the Secret Service made public on Friday, the intruder, 26-year-old Jonathan Tran, scaled three separate fences, ranging...
President Trump Wants The Wall To Be 30 Feet Tall Along Border
WASHINGTON (AP) -- The Trump administration wants to build a 30-foot-high border wall that looks good from the north side and is difficult to climb or cut through, according to a pair of contract notices posted to a government website further detailing President Donald Trump's promise to build a "big, beautiful wall" at the Mexican border. The notices were made...
G-20 Drops Anti-Protectionist Pledge as Trump Stance Goes Global
Finance chiefs of the world’s largest economies set aside a previous pledge to avoid protectionism and signed up to a fudged statement on trade instead, in response to the Trump administration’s call for a rethink of the global order for commerce.The Group of 20 nations, meeting in Germany on Saturday, said in a communique that they are “working to...
Trump’s EPA Sending $100 Million to Michigan for Flint Water Relief
The Environmental Protection Agency has awarded $100 million to the Michigan Department of Environmental Quality to help them recover from the water crisis plaguing the region, reports MLive.The funds are part of the Water Infrastructure Improvements for the Nation Act, which was approved in 2016. The money was officially awarded on Friday, and will help the city accelerate programs...

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