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  • Mexico continue to roll as Kroos wins it late
  • Groups D and E Intensify the World Cup
  • World Cup: The Curious Case of the Juggernauts
  • Review: Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom
  • The Exceptional Cruelty of a No-Hugging Policy
  • Trump reverses course, signs order to keep families together.
  • Fire Breaks Out at Rio Hondo Parking Lot
  • Argentina Looks Fragile and VAR Enters the Scene
  • Ronaldo Shines, Uruguay Leave it Late, and Morocco Left in Agony
  • Incredibles 2 Review
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The Exceptional Cruelty of a No-Hugging Policy

KATIE MARTIN / THE ATLANTIC

Trump reverses course, signs order to keep families together.

Trump reverses course, signs order to keep families together.

June 20, 2018

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Fire Breaks Out at Rio Hondo Parking Lot

Fire Breaks Out at Rio Hondo Parking Lot

June 19, 2018

Around 9 a.m. Tuesday, June 19 a loud boom was heard coming from the student parking lot area at Rio...

‘Nothing Short of Evil’: Mother, Boyfriend Sentenced in Torture Death of 8-Year-Old Gabriel Fernandez

‘Nothing Short of Evil’: Mother, Boyfriend Sentenced in Torture Death of 8-Year-Old Gabriel Fernandez

June 7, 2018

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Mexico continue to roll as Kroos wins it late

Ignacio Cervantes, Reporter | June 23, 2018

Germany’s (1-0-1) Toni Kroos scored a game-winning goal in stoppage time to cap a dramatic comeback against Group F foes Sweden (1-0-1) in Sochi. The win puts Kroos' clan in contention for a place in the knockout round after losing to Mexico (El Tri) Sunday. Their match against South Korea (0-0-2) Wednesday will be a must win. Mexico Eliminate Leading the group is El Tri (2-0-0) who eliminated...

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Groups D and E Intensify the World Cup

Ignacio Cervantes, Reporter | June 22, 2018

Friday morning, Brazil (1-1-0) needed 91 minutes to score against Costa Rica (0-0-2) in St. Petersburg. The Brazilians  hit the back of the net twice in stoppage time and won 2-0. With the result, Brazil (La Selecao) now leads Group E through goal difference. It began to alleviate concerns after a dull opening performance in their 1-1 draw against Switzerland five days ago. Philippe Coutinho...

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World Cup: The Curious Case of the Juggernauts

Ignacio Cervantes, Reporter | June 21, 2018

Inside the first week of the FIFA World Cup in Russia, a handful of teams have began packing their bags. After two matches, three teams, Saudi Arabia, Morocco, and Peru are eliminated from playoff contention with one game left. After Thursday’s games, even the likes of Argentina are hanging by a thread. Croatia’s 3-0 demolition of the South American’s in Nizhny Novgorod marked turbulent times...

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Review: Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom
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Comparing the Presidency of Ronald Reagan & Donald Trump and What to Expect

James Spencer

The presidency of Ronald Reagan and Donald Trump have dealt with similar issues and have the same kinds of beliefs to those issues. What is to come from the rest of Trump’s presidency is not entirely unpredictable.

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