Mueller testifies for seven hours

Special Counsel says Russians could be meddling in the upcoming election Former Special Counsel Robert Mueller testified before the House Judiciary and Intelligence Committees in back to back hearings that revealed little new information about Russian interference during the 2016 presidential election but did offer new insights into potential election interference ahead of the 2020 … Continue reading Mueller testifies for seven hours

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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 … Continue reading News in Brief

News in brief

By: Jessica Griggs ~Campus News Editor~ Iran nuclear deal continues to gather support President Obama’s Iran Nuclear deal garnered enough support in the Senate Tuesday to prevent a Republican super majority. The president was joined by four Democratic senators and will no longer have to veto a forced Republican resolution. Since the Republicans did not … Continue reading News in brief