By: Hannah Paige Michels ~Campus News Editor~ Trump’s sanctuary city executive order blocked On Tuesday, federal judge William H. Orrick blocked the Trump administration from enforcing its executive order to take federal funding away from sanctuary cities. Orrick sided with Santa Clara County, which argued that removing these funds from cities that don’t comply with some federal immigration rules could be unconstitutional. Orrick did not rule Trump’s policy as unconstitutional, but he did find that it could cause counties and cities “immediate irreparable harm.” Thai man kills infant daughter on Facebook Live A 21-year-old man hanged his infant daughter and … Continue reading News in brief
By: Regina Wright ~Campus News Editor~ World’s first face transplant recipient dies The first face transplant recipient, Frenchwoman Isabelle Dinoire, died after a long-term battle with cancer. Although Dinoire passed away on April 22, the hospital only recently announced her death on Tuesday in order to protect the privacy of her family. Dinoire suffered from two types of cancer, which her medication to prevent rejection of the transplant left her more susceptible to. EpiPen prices soar EpiPen, a life-saving injection containing epinephrine to help subdue allergic reactions, has risen drastically in price since it was bought by Mylan Enterprises in … Continue reading News in Brief
By: Jessica Griggs ~Campus News Editor~ Two teens charged with rape in Arkansas Two 14-year-old boys are in custody after a 16-year-old girl accused them of forcing her into the girls’ locker room of an Arkansas high school and raping her. The boys are being charged with rape, but it is unclear whether they will be tried as adults or not. The superintendent of the school declined to release any information, including whether or not the boys had been expelled, but did confirm that the police were notified immediately following the incident. Super Tuesday results will foreshadow nominations Super Tuesday’s … Continue reading News in Brief
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