Mass Shootings Are Almost Exclusively a US Problem
Politics

Mass Shootings Are Almost Exclusively a US Problem

The government is yet again blaming video games for the recent mass shootings in the US while failing to acknowledge these same video games are played worldwide, yet mass shootings are solely a US problem.
Trump Will Raise U.S. Tariffs on Chinese Goods to 25% as a Pressure Tactic
Politics

Trump Will Raise U.S. Tariffs on Chinese Goods to 25% as a Pressure Tactic

Even though it looked like the negotiations were going well, Trump feels that nothing concrete has been achieved and wants to put pressure.
33 Parents Have Made Their Plead in the College Admission Scandal
Politics

33 Parents Have Made Their Plead in the College Admission Scandal

Out of the 50 people charged in the scandal, 19 have pleaded not guilty to all charges leveled against them.
Two French Billionaires Donate $340 Million to Help Rebuild Notre-Dame
Business

Two French Billionaires Donate $340 Million to Help Rebuild Notre-Dame

Bernard Arnault and Francois Pinault, the two richest people in the country, have been leading a fundraiser to rebuild the cathedral and the two have already raised millions of dollars.
Uber to Buy Its Rival Careem This Week for $3.1 Billion
Business

Uber to Buy Its Rival Careem This Week for $3.1 Billion

The American ride-hailing company will pay $1.4 billion in cash for the Dubai-based company and $1.7 billion in convertible notes, and Careem shareholders will have until Monday to agree with the terms.
The Reason Why the Trump-Kim Jong Un Negotiations Failed
Politics

The Reason Why the Trump-Kim Jong Un Negotiations Failed

Despite several meetings, negotiations between Donald Trump and Kim Jong Un have reached a deadlock without much progress.

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