Hannah Everman

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Name: Hannah Everman
Date registered: September 11, 2013

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  1. “Jihadi John” and Young ISIS Recruits — February 27, 2015
  2. DHS Funding Expires At Midnight — February 27, 2015
  3. 22nd Anniversary of WTC Bombing — February 26, 2015
  4. Man In ISIS Hostage Videos Identified — February 26, 2015
  5. President Vetos Keystone Pipeline — February 25, 2015

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Sony Pictures Co-Chairman Steps Down

(CNN) — Sony Pictures said Amy Pascal is stepping down as Co-Chairman of the company. The announcement comes two months after a cyber attack on Sony revealed embarrassing emails written by Pascal and others. In a statement, Pascal said she is leaving the studio “in great hands.” Pascal will start a new production venture at … Continue reading »

RadioShack Declares Bankruptcy

(CNN) — RadioShack is declaring bankruptcy. The company said it plans to sell more than half of its 4,000 stores. Some of them will stay open and become “co-branded” with the wireless company Sprint. The 1,600 remaining stores will close. Officials said many people have seen this coming. Last week, the chain closed 200 stores, … Continue reading »

People Still Missing in Taiwan Crash

(CNN) — Rescuers are continuing to search for those missing after a plane crash in Taiwan. It is still unclear what caused the plane to go down Wednesday. The crash killed more than 30 people and injured another fifteen. Officials said there are still 11 people missing. Investigators are also looking the plane’s black box … Continue reading »

Trial for “American Sniper” Suspect

(CNN) — Jury selection begins Thursday in the killing of former Navy Seal Chris Kyle. He is the man profiled in the blockbuster movie “American Sniper.” Former U.S. Marine Eddie Routh is accused of shooting Kyle at a gun range in Texas two years ago. It is believed Routh was seeking help with PTSD at … Continue reading »

House Passes Bill Repealing Obamacare

(CNN) —┬áHouse Republicans have again passed a bill to repeal the Affordable Care Act. The legislation passed in the House with no support from Democrats, and three GOP Freshmen voting against it. This is the 67th time the House has voted to repeal, cut funding or change the President’s healthcare law. Now the bill waits … Continue reading »

Jordan Executes Prisoners in Response

(CNN) — Jordan is retaliating after one of its pilots was murdered by ISIS. The terror group released a video Tuesday showing the Jordanian pilot trapped in a cage and then being burned alive. In response, Jordan executed two convicted militants Wednesday morning. One of them was the Iraqi woman meant to be swapped for … Continue reading »

Vote On Homeland Security Funding

(CNN) — The United States Congress is disagreeing with the President on ways to fund the Department of Homeland Security. Senate Democrats are expected to block a spending bill Tuesday for the Department. They said they want Republicans to remove amendments in the bill that would ban Homeland Security from carrying out President Obama’s executive … Continue reading »

Trial Resumes For Former Patriots Player

(CNN) — The former New England Patriot’s player accused of murdering a semi-pro football player is expected in court Tuesday. The trial for Aaron Hernandez was postponed on Monday due to the winter storm hitting the Northeast. In Massachusetts, testimony is expected to resume Tuesday in his trial. Hernandez is accused in the 2013 shooting … Continue reading »

HEALTHWATCH: Preventing Colds & Flus

(HEALTHWATCH) — In Southern Oregon and across the nation, it’s become cold and flu season. Doctors have certain tips to recommend to help you stay healthy, and to keep your family healthy during the winter months. We spoke with Kristin Salamone of Providence Medford Medical Center on NewsWatch 12 This Morning about practices to follow … Continue reading »

Winter Storm Delays Trial in Boston

(CNN) — The second winter storm hitting the Northeast is also affected criminal court proceedings. The man suspected of setting off bombs at the Boston Marathon nearly two years ago will not be in court Monday. That’s because of the snowstorm hammering that area of the Northeast. Proceedings for the 21-year old were postponed during … Continue reading »

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