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It’s Over: The End or New Beginning?

It’s Over: The End or New Beginning?

Zachary Mejia, Political Correspondent
November 9
Filed under Top Stories

President-elect Donald Trump has clinched the 2016 presidential election after a tight battle to the last minute with his opponent, Hillary Clinton. His victory marks the closest election since Bush v Gore, and like the 2000 elections, third party candidates played a key role in the outcome. While m...

Hillary Clinton Proposes No- Fly Zone in Syria

Hillary Clinton Proposes No- Fly Zone in Syria

Pete Escobar, Arts and Entertainment Editor
November 2
Filed under News

Hillary Clinton’s controversial proposal for a no-fly zone over Syria was brought up again during the third presidential debate Oct. 19. Chris Wallace, Fox New’s moderator, pressed Clinton for details about her proposal, and explained how President Barack Obama has shown concern with the proposition,...

Clinton vs.Trump: The Qualifier

Zachary Mejia, Political Correspondent
October 18
Filed under News

The October 8 debate occurred after a controversial week for both presidential candidates. Donald Trump was under heavy criticism for coarse sexual remarks made about women in a leaked video from 2005. Hillary Clinton was under scrutiny after Wikileaks released transcripts of paid speeches she made to...

The Coin Toss Election: First Presidential Debate

The Coin Toss Election: First Presidential Debate

Zachary Mejia, Managing Editor
September 26
Filed under Top Stories

The Rio Hondo Forensics department, in conjunction with Student Life and Leadership and the Associated Students of Rio Hondo College, held a viewing in SU-201 for the Monday night presidential debate between Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump. This was the first of three debates between the two candidate...

Delegates going up on a Tuesday

Delegates going up on a Tuesday

Nicolas Trujillo, Staff writer
February 28
Filed under Opinion, Top Stories

The Nevada caucus was held on Feb. 23 and it came to no surprise that Donald Trump won by a large margin, nearly 46 percent of votes. Trump was predicted to win and with Jeb Bush withdrawing his candidacy, it is starting to look likely that Trump will win the Republican nomination for President. Even...

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