The United States National Women’s Soccer Team is the Best in the World. It’s Time to Pay them like it.

Megan Rapinoe triumphantly celebrates with her teammates after scoring a goal in the 2019 Women's World Cup.

Chase Bagnall-Koger, News Editor

July 19, 2019

When Alex Morgan, a star striker on the United States Women's National soccer Team (USWNT), cinched a timely goal in the 31st minute of the England vs American World Cup game, she sipped tea. Miming the traditionally British action for a few seconds after solidifying the American team's lead over a fo...

Enemy of the People?

A free press has become the staple of American democracy.

Patrick Ales, Staff Writer

November 21, 2018

The latest dispute between President Donald Trump and the media has resulted in the first use of Trump's discretionary power to restrict access to his White House. CNN's Chief White House correspondent Jim Acosta has been an outspoken critic of the President and his relationship with the media. Their...

Lawsuits Aim to Return Transgender Soldiers to the Military

Lawsuits Aim to Return Transgender Soldiers to the Military

Chase Bagnall-Koger, Staff Writer

September 5, 2017

With the help of Lambda Legal, an organization that works to fight for citizen's civil rights, two human rights groups, the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) and the OutServe-Servicemembers Legal Defense Network (SLDN), filed lawsuits against President Trump on Monday, Aug. 21 for his ban on transgender...

Inside Coral Gables’ Legal Battle Against Social Media Giants

The City of Coral Gables is pursuing legal action against Facebook and Instagram for accounts they claim cause damage to the city's reputation.

Natalia Torres, News Editor

August 7, 2017

In May of 2017, several accounts sprung up on social media criticizing the City of Coral Gables for various things, among them the use of private security guards. Upset by the damaging posts, Deputy City Attorney Miriam Ramos sent two cease and desist letters to Facebook and Instagram, threatening to...

Cleveland to Pay Rice Family $6 Million

Pictures of Tamir Rice flooded news stations as they reported the settlement of the lawsuit.

Olivia Pelaez, Staff Writer

May 4, 2016

The City of Cleveland will pay the family of Tamir Rice $6 million to settle a lawsuit for the shooting and death of twelve-year-old Tamir Rice by a police officer after he was found to be handling a toy gun. In Nov. 2014, a civilian called 911 to report suspicious activity in a park where a gun...

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