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the red flag law will reduce gun violence

In the wake of recent mass shootings in America, President Donald Trump, Sens. Lindsey Graham, Richard Blumenthal, and many other congressmen are encouraging the implementation of ERPO- Extreme Risk Protection Orders, also referred to as the “Red Flag Law” in America. This gun violence prevention law is believed to be a way to make society a much safer place. Researchers say this will not only...

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expressions

It is a known fact that there are six primary emotions everybody is capable of feeling. Those are happiness, fear, sadness, anger, surprise, and disgust. Subsequently, we express each of these emotions using more or less the same set of facial movements. It makes recognising these emotions very easy. The person’s background and credentials then hardly matter.   Lisa Feldman Barrett, however, begs to differ. She is...

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Mueller

The US politics has surrounded Robert Mueller for quite some time now; he was appointed as a special counsel to investigate the Russian government’s interference in the presidential campaign of Donald Trump. Mueller’s report has turned into a debate whether President Donald J. Trump committed a crime, while he himself and most Congressional Republicans say he didn’t, the Democratic legislators and then presidential candidates say...

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experiential learning

On account of experiential learning, the fourth graders at the Charlotte Lab school in Charlotte, North Carolina, hosted a pop-up market at their school in order to demonstrate the importance of a balanced diet. They worked with the local public market to learn about how food gets to their plates from the farm. The prepared healthy meals to share with their schoolmates, in the process...

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cuba

Reporting in Cuba is difficult with tropical storms, torrential rains, limited internet, no access to phones, and most restrictive laws in press freedom and free speech in America. 18 determined Northeastern Universitystudents set out to tell the story of Cubain spite of this. “During the first few days, the rain destroyed some of my notes,” said Merten, a third-year journalism major at Northeastern who spent...

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Robert Mueller

Robert Mueller was appointed in May 2017 as special counsel to investigate links between the Russian government and the presidential campaign of Donald Trump.Ever since Mueller has been talked about a lot in American politics. For more than two years, voters and leaders alike have been waiting to hear him speak. In the congressional hearing, Mueller expressed reticence, he was not a dominant presence.   Throughout his...

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Robert Mueller

The Robert Mueller hearing was mostly uneventful but his one comment became made controversial. Robert was appointed in May 2017 as a special counsel to investigate links between the Russian government and the presidential campaign of Donald Trump. He appeared to tell the House Judiciary Committee that he would have indicted President Donald Trump on charges of obstruction of justice if he hadn’t been barred...

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Presidential Debate

The presidential democratic debates for 2020 to be held on July 30 and 31 at Detroit, Michigan expects its candidates to earn at least 1 percent support. Around 20 Democratic candidates will assemble this week for a second round of debate that is expected to be telecasted.   Alan Schroeder, a professor emeritus of journalism at Northeastern says, “The meet up will be an elimination round”   The debate...

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deaf sign language

Harlan Lane, the one who helped establish the American sign language program, at Northeastern University, died at the age of 82 on July 13. He was a tireless champion and advocate for the deaf community.   In an interview with The Boston Globe, Lane said, "One disability scholar says that people with hearing problems reject the idea that they have a disability because there's a stigma associated with...

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