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Pro-union activists are protesting across 25 university campuses in an effort to boot Starbucks from campus.

Feb 22, 2024

Activists at 25 universities aim to boot Starbucks, allege anti-union practices

Starbucks is facing scrutiny from pro-union activists across 25 U.S. college campuses, according to The Guardian. On Thursday, Feb. 22, student organizers are reportedly calling for universities, including the University of Chicago, Georgetown University, and Rutgers, to cancel contracts with Starbucks shops on campus. The Guardian reports that union advocates will be holding petition drives…

Two adults and two juveniles have been charged following the Kansas City Chiefs' Super Bowl parade mass shooting.

Feb 22, 2024

Before Super Bowl parade shooting, KC homicide rates were breaking records

Shots erupted last week during the Kansas City Chiefs’ Super Bowl victory parade, resulting in the death of Lisa Lopez-Galvan and injuries to 24 others. Details have emerged about the suspects implicated in the incident, with charges filed against two adults and two juveniles. Prosecutors said the juveniles are facing charges for resisting arrest and…

Bus after bus, major cities far from the border are starting to buckle under budgetary pressures of the nation's migrant crisis.

Feb 21, 2024

Why major cities are slashing services to pay for the migrant crisis

Bus after bus, major cities far from the border are starting to buckle under budgetary pressures of the nation’s migrant crisis. S&P Global Ratings is monitoring the credit health of New York, Denver and Chicago as they face sheltering tens of thousands of asylum-seekers. “The issue will destroy New York City,” Mayor Eric Adams said…

A group of pro-Trump truckers said they are boycotting New York City after a fraud ruling against the former president.

Feb 19, 2024

Pro-Trump truckers vow to boycott NYC after fraud ruling

A group of truckers who support former President Donald Trump said they are boycotting New York City. The boycott is in response to a court ruling in which a New York judge ordered Trump to pay $355 million. Manhattan Supreme Court Judge Arthur Engoron also restricted the former president from doing business in New York…

ICE is considering releasing migrants due to a lack of funding, however, this could cause issues for cities already facing overcrowding.

Feb 15, 2024

ICE could release thousands of detained migrants due to budget deficit

U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement is reportedly considering a plan to release thousands of migrants held in detention facilities due to a lack of funding to sustain operations. Detention facility operations amount to some of the costliest expenses for the agency. To trim costs while facing a budget deficit, more migrants could potentially be released…

The House GOP voted to impeach Homeland Security Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas over his handling of the migrant crisis at the southern border.

Feb 14, 2024

House GOP impeaches Homeland Security Secretary Mayorkas: The Morning Rundown, Feb. 14, 2024

In their second attempt, House Republicans vote to impeach Homeland Security Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas. And a driver is killed after crashing into the emergency room of a Texas hospital, leaving others critically injured. These stories and more highlight The Morning Rundown for Wednesday, Feb. 14, 2024. House Republicans vote to impeach Homeland Security Secretary Mayorkas…

Feb 13, 2024

Ride share drivers to strike on Valentine’s Day

Valentine’s Day is almost here, and those looking to catch a ride to a fancy restaurant using Uber or Lyft — or maybe a date in with DoorDash — may have their plans derailed by a strike. Thousands of drivers working for the ride share companies and food delivery services are walking off the job…

Two of the more than 100 hostages still being held captive by Hamas in Gaza have been rescued after a raid by Israeli forces.

Feb 12, 2024

2 Israeli hostages rescued in Gaza raid; dozens of Palestinians reportedly killed: The Morning Rundown, Feb. 12, 2024

Israeli forces rescue two hostages during a raid in a Gaza town where over a million displaced Palestinians have relocated. And Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin transfers his duties after being admitted into a military hospital. The stories and more highlight The Morning Rundown for Monday, Feb. 12, 2024. 2 hostages rescued in Gaza raid; dozens…

Almost 2,000 universities in the U.S. are scrapping standardized testing requirements. However, Dartmouth University is bringing it back.

Feb 06, 2024

As nearly 2,000 universities scrap ACT and SAT, Dartmouth reverses course

Nearly 2,000 U.S. colleges and universities have made the SAT and ACT optional for admission. However, Dartmouth University recently announced that it is reinstating the requirement of submitting ACT and SAT scores for admission. The renewed requirement will begin for the class of 2029. Dartmouth’s decision to reinstate standardized testing requirements is going against the…

The convoy, made up of mostly truckers, is heading to border towns to call on the U.S. government to secure the border.

Feb 02, 2024

‘Take Our Border Back’ convoy gears up for rallies in border towns

Musician Ted Nugent performed for the attendees of the “Take Our Border Back” convoy Thursday, Feb. 1, in Dripping Springs, Texas. The convoy, made up of mostly truckers, is heading to southern border towns to “peacefully assemble” and call on the U.S. government to secure the border. Just outside of Austin, hundreds of attendees wearing…

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