Hannah Everman

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Name: Hannah Everman
Date registered: September 11, 2013

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  1. DOJ Finds Discrimination In Ferguson — March 4, 2015
  2. Marathon Bombing Suspect’s Trial Starts — March 4, 2015
  3. Funding for DHS Hangs In The Balance — March 3, 2015
  4. Israeli PM Addressing Congress — March 3, 2015
  5. Israeli Prime Minister To Speak at AIPAC — March 2, 2015

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Presidents Approval Rating is Stagnant

(CNN) — A new poll suggests President Obama’s popularity remains stagnant. The CNN ORC Poll shows 47 percent of those surveyed approve of Obama’s work as President, while 51 percent disapprove. Experts said that’s about the same as a similar poll taken in December. However, it is significantly better than George W. Bush’s approval ratings … Continue reading »

United States Planning to Sell Drones

(CNN) — Foreign countries will soon be able to buy armed drones from the United States. The U.S. State Department said sales will only occur on rare occasions to friendly nations. Countries who want to buy drones must agree to use them legally and not conduct illegal surveillance on their own people. They must also … Continue reading »

White House Summit On Extremism

(CNN) — The Obama Administration is starting a summit tackling the root cause of violent extremism in communities and how to address that around the world. Officials said the summit will not focus strictly on the fight against the terror group ISIS, but some Republicans feel there does need to be a greater emphasis on … Continue reading »

Coffee Prices Could Start to Spike

(CNN) — Experts are saying as the world drinks more coffee, don’t be surprised to see your coffee prices spike over the next few years. The head of the International Coffee Organization said The Wall Street Journal coffee demand could rise nearly 25 percent by 2020. They said it’s because coffee consumption is growing in … Continue reading »

Hackers Pull Off Major Bank Heist

(CNN) — Experts said it could be the biggest bank heist ever. Hackers have stolen about $1 billion dollars from banks and ATM’s around the world, according to an Internet Security Firm, Kaspersky. Researchers found at least 100 banks worldwide were hit, with some losing up to $10 million dollars to the thieves. Kaspersky said … Continue reading »

ISIS Claims To Behead Coptic Christians

(CNN) — ISIS is claiming responsibility for another beheading, this time of a group of Christians. Now, the Egyptian military said it’s striking back. In the latest video released by ISIS, the terror group shows at least a dozen men being beheaded. The terrorist group claimed they are Christians from Egypt. The Country is now … Continue reading »

FBI Investigating Chapel Hill Killings

(CNN) — As vigils honor the three college students killed in North Carolina, the F.B.I. has opened an investigation of its own into the crime. The F.B.I. is opening an inquiry into the killings to try and determine if they constitute as a hate crime. The three victims were buried on Thursday. Police said the … Continue reading »

Suspect in Court for Hannah Graham Case

(CNN) — The suspect in the disappearance and murder of University of Virginia student Hannah Graham is expected in court Friday afternoon. The hearing in the case against Jesse Matthew Jr. is in Fairfax County. Matthew is charged with First Degree Murder and Abduction with intent to defile. According to the Public Defender, Matthew will … Continue reading »

Boston Marathon Trial Resumes

(CNN) — After winter storms in the Northeast postponed his trial, jury selection resumes in the Boston Marathon case. Dzhokhar Tsarnaev is charged with killing three people and injuring more than 260 others in the 2013 attack. Tsarnaev’s lawyers are arguing he cannot receive a fair trial in Boston because of the emotional impact of … Continue reading »

“60 Minutes” Bob Simon Dead at Age 73

(CNN) — “60 Minutes” correspondent Bob Simon is dead after a car accident in New York City Wednesday night. Simon’s reporting earned him several awards, including 27 Emmy’s and four Peabody’s. The correspondent started at CBS News in 1967 as a reporter and editor based in New York. In a special report Wednesday night, Scott … Continue reading »

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