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News in Brief

Catherine Schurz, World and Nation Editor

September 21, 2012

New York City, USA The one-year anniversary of the well-known Occupy Movement, which began as an attempt to gain support for the 99% of Americans who fall below the upper-middle-class line, is being celebrated with great enthusiasm. Protestors are taking to the streets once again and already clas...

U.S. soldier commits massacre overseas

Colleen Gonzalez

March 23, 2012

“When I see stories like this it’s no wonder that civilians question the mission,” said Lance Corporal Kevin Belickis of the U.S. Marine Corps in an email interview. “There is a lot of good being done over there, but all it takes is one poor decision or lapse in judgment or mental break down,...

U.S., Afghans, Taliban begin peace talks

Alex Lindberg

February 10, 2012

In the past decade, war and civil unrest in the Middle East have raged on. However, just this week, officials from the United States, Afghanistan and the Taliban began holding meetings in hopes of  putting an end to the violence in Afghanistan. These initial talks focused on building confidence and...