Day: June 9, 2022

Op-Ed: What is Dopamine Dressing and Why Everyone Should Try it

Op-Ed: What is Dopamine Dressing and Why Everyone Should Try it

The last two years have been a whirlwind of emotions and tragedy. With the pandemic came a loss of control, and many things that once brought us joy became either inaccessible or even put on hold. Joy began to be depleted, and our connection to people and ourselves began to decrease. Due to this sudden and drastic change, many people started to turn to things that could be controlled and could spark joy. One of those things happens to be clothing.

Hallmark Channel “Christmas in July” to Feature 3 New Movies

Hallmark Channel “Christmas in July” to Feature 3 New Movies

Crown Media Family networks has announced its annual holiday movie event on Wednesday. Hallmark Movies and Mysteries will once again hold “Christmas in July”, streaming holiday-themed movies all day long from July 1st to July 30th. The announcement also came with the reveal of three new movies.

Bop or Flop: Boy Bands

Bop or Flop: Boy Bands

Boy bands. You either love them, or you hate them. I love them, but that’s just me. I mean, how can you NOT love them? They’re fun, most of their music is pretty good, and the guys in the band are usually pretty attractive. My boy band phase started back when I was in 7th grade, when I discovered the band, 5 Seconds of Summer. Although they claim they aren’t a ‘boy band’ but a pop-punk musical group, for the sake of the article, I’m going to consider them a boy band. Anyway, I was absolutely obsessed with them. I listened to their music all day everyday, bought all of their merch, and followed every single fan account you can imagine.

Takeaways from June 7th Primaries

Takeaways from June 7th Primaries

Tuesday’s primary elections occurred in 7 states including California, Iowa, Mississippi, Montana, New Mexico, New Jersey, and South Dakota. While some of the winners will not be fully decided for days or even weeks as mail-in ballots are still counted, there are still several important takeaways from the results so far.

ICE to Consider Military Service in Deportation Cases

ICE to Consider Military Service in Deportation Cases

ICE, or Immigration and Customs Enforcement, says they will be considering military enforcement services a “significant mitigating factor that weighs against” when taking enforcement measures in deportation cases, according to a policy directive published on Tuesday.

Olympic Gymnasts Are Suing The FBI
For $1 Billion For Mishandling The
Larry Nassar Case

Olympic Gymnasts Are Suing The FBI
For $1 Billion For Mishandling The
Larry Nassar Case

US Olympic gymnasts Aly Raisman, Simone Biles, Mckayla Maroney, and others who say they were sexually assulted by the disgraced US national gymnasts team doctor, Larry Nassar, plan to sue the FBI for $1 Billion. The gymnasts decision to sue comes from belief that the FBI failed to stop the sports doctor when the agency first received allegations against him, officials stated.

Man Suing American Airlines Says it’s Their Fault he Spent 17 Days in Jail

Man Suing American Airlines Says it’s Their Fault he Spent 17 Days in Jail

After being misidentified by police at the Dallas Fort Worth International Airport in 2020, an Arizona man spent 17 days in jail. Now he is suing American Airlines, claiming their negligence caused him to be accused of something he did not do. Michael Lowe is a professional outdoorsman who happened to be on the same flight as a man who was caught on camera shoplifting from a duty-free shop at the Dallas airport. According to his 26-page lawsuit, American Airlines departed from the proper procedure by identifying only Lowe to the airport police.

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