Mike Casey and Allie Hartwick

Three Things You Need to Know on August 10th

The NFL preseason is officially underway. A number of NFL players are continuing their protest during the national anthem. Miami Dolphins wide receivers Kenny Stills and Albert Wilson knelt during the anthem, while teammate Robert Quinn raised his fist last night before the Dolphins' game against...
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Three Things You Need to Know on August 9th

Republican New York Congressman Chris Collins arrested on charges of insider trading. Collins pleaded not guilty to charges related to shares of an Australian biotech company. Collins said the charges are meritless, and that he plans to fight them. Collins added that he won't be commenting further...
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Three Things You Need to Know on August 8th

Some of yesterday's primary elections are still too close to call. The special election in Ohio is the closest right now, with Republican Troy Balderson holding a razor-thin margin over Democrat Danny O'Connor in Ohio's 12 Congressional District. In Kansas, Republican Governor Jeff Colyer is neck...
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Three Things You Need to Know on August 7th

Four states (Kansas, Ohio, Michigan and Washington) are holding primary elections today. Some of these races could potentially change the face of Congress in November. The first wave of U.S. sanctions on Iran that had been suspended by the 2015 nuclear agreement, snapped back into place at a minute...
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Three Things You Need to Know on August 6th

Police arrested 20 people in Berkeley, California yesterday, as alt-right demonstrators fought with counter-protesters in the streets but there are no reports of large-scale violence. The protest came just a day after another right-wing rally in Portland, Oregon and a week ahead of a planned Unite...
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Three Things You Need to Know on August 1st

States across the country are working their way towards decriminalizaing, or even legalizing marijuana. New York City will no longer prosecute cases of marijuana possession starting today. Manhattan District Attorney Cyrus Vance said yesterday that his office will no longer prosecute such cases...
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What Would You Do for the Perfect Body?

Going to the gym and eating well is asking too much to get the "perfect" body, apparently. But what would people be willing to give if they could hypothetically get it overnight? A survey found that more than 75 percent of respondents said they would give up something they love, including coffee,...
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It's All or Nothing

Today is National All or Nothing Day. Is there something you would love to do, if only you weren’t afraid? Today is the day to go for it! All or nothing! Does your employer offer paid maternity leave? For many people, the answer is no. There is a growing trend of workers donating their vacation...
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Three Things You Need to Know on July 26th

Eleven House Republicans are attempting to impeach Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein. They accuse Rosenstein of not responding to demands for documents about the Russia probe. They also accuse him of having a conflict of interest in the probe. Today's the deadline for the Trump administration...
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What Do You Do With a B.A. in English?

Are you using your college degree? According to a new study, maybe not. A new survey found that 15 percent of Americans don’t use anything they learned from their college major at their current job. I bet most doctors would disagree with that. If you do have a degree, you may also have a decent...
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