Following up to our original post, two more explosive devices have been found at the Boston Marathon by Boston police and are currently being dismantled, the Boston Globe reports. It is unclear what type of explosives were found by authorities, reports the Associated Press, and no motive has been found ...
Two bombs exploded near the finish line of the Boston Marathon Monday afternoon, killing two people, leaving six in critical condition and injuring at least 28 people, according to Boston news outlets.
Three Republican senators challenged North Carolina’s voting procedures last week with two pieces of legislation targeting college students, one-stop voting registration sites and early voting periods.
In his State of the Union address on Feb. 12, President Barack Obama promised to make the cost of universities across the nation more transparent.
Mountains don’t grow back. They’re not like trees that produce seeds that can be replanted when one is cut down – when a mountain is gone, it’s permanent. “They’re not just scraping off parts of these mountains,” said Steve Hawk, the executive editor of Sierra magazine who worked on the cost of coal project for the Sierra Club.
The North Carolina Supreme Court voted 3-3 this month on a North Carolina Court of Appeals ruling that North Carolina Public Records Law is not applicable to state-commissioned police departments of private universities within the state.
On July 3, 2011, a grisly murder occurred in Wayland, Mass. Nathaniel Fujita, now 20, beat, strangled and slashed to death Lauren Astley, then 18.
Pope Benedict XVI became the first pope in nearly 600 years to resign from the papacy Feb. 11, citing his advanced age as the catalyst for his decision. Benedict, 85, is the spiritual leader of 1.2 billion Roman Catholics across the world. Benedict began his papacy in 2005 after the near 30 year reign of Pope John Paul II.
Four years ago, it was the stimulus package and the health care bill. Now, it’s immigration reform.
Students for Concealed Carry, a national, non-partisan and student-run advocacy group, called for immediate action in allowing concealed carry on college campuses nationwide Jan.
As 2012 came to a close, Congress and the White House were able to avert the so-called "fiscal cliff", that would have caused more than a five-hundred-thousand dollar tax increase and across-the-board spending cuts. Though they were able to avoid the fiscal cliff, the nation will still be affected.
Making snowflakes is an activity children do every year, but on Saturday, January 5th the children in Graham were designing snowflakes for a cause. "We're going to send them to the kids in Connecticut to the Sandy Hook Elementary School," explained nine-year-old Delilah Bose. In response to the Connecticut PTA's nationwide call for the victims of Sandy Hook, Susan Holland organized this event. "The children should walk into a winter wonderland," Holland vividly explained, "the idea that each snowflake is different from one another, there are no two alike.