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Croton on Hudson Resident Released from Hospital after Rescue from Turkey’s Third Deepest Cave

Croton on Hudson Resident Released from Hospital after Rescue from Turkey’s Third Deepest Cave

By Zachary Zalamea, Writer September 22, 2023

WESTCHESTER, New York (September 21, 2023) - After being trapped for ten days in Morca Cave in southern Turkey’s Taurus Mountains, requiring one of the largest and most complicated underground rescues ever organized, Croton-on-Hudson resident Mark Dickey was released from Mersin Sehir Hastanesi...

Caption: Photo of damage to a building in in Taroudant Province, Morocco

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Morocco and Libya Devastated by Natural Disasters

By Castalia Litos, Writer September 22, 2023

DERNA, Libya: This past weekend, just days after a tragic earthquake hit Morocco on Friday evening, Libya experienced what experiments are estimating “the deadliest storm ever to strike the Mediterranean and the costliest in Africa,” according to Politico. The port city of Derna feels the greatest...

Linus Ullmarks awkward move around the right side of the boards left Matthew Tkachuck wide open in front to clinch the overtime victory and keep the Panthers alive - NBC Sports

NHL Stanley Cup Playoffs Begin

By Castalia Litos, Writer May 5, 2023

Into the second week of the Stanley Cup Playoffs, all teams have completed at least 5 games up until now. All series but one, the Vegas Golden Knights with their victory over Winnipeg, are continuing into Game 6.   Eastern Conference: Boston Bruins vs. Florida Panthers (BOS leads 3-2) The hottest...

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SEAL Team 6, Army Special Forces Rescue Mission to Evacuate US Embassy in Sudan

By Zachary Zalamea, Writer April 28, 2023

WASHINGTON D.C (April 24, 2023) - Definitely not a “Jarhead” movie. United States Military forces, including Navy’s elite SEAL Team Six, swooped into action last Saturday night - April 22, rescuing US Diplomats and evacuating the American Embassy in Khartoum, the war-torn capital of Sudan....

Introducing Digidog: New York’s first Robot Police Officer

Introducing Digidog: New York’s first Robot Police Officer

By Zachary Zalamea, Writer April 21, 2023

NEW YORK, New York - They say every dog has his day and April 11 was Digidog's day. New York City officials gathered in Times Square Tuesday morning to roll out a new initiative in the ongoing war on crime. The New York Police Department is reenlisting the four legged, 70-pound (32 kgs) robotic canine...

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Deadly Train Accident in Greece Leaves and Estimated 57 Dead and Communities in Uproar

By Aidan Schneider, Writer March 17, 2023

  TEMPI, Greece - On Tuesday, February 28th, a passenger train providing service from Athens to Thessaloniki collided with a freight train just before midnight between the towns of Tempi and Evangelismos, killing 57 and injuring 80. The front cars of both trains burst into flames, requiring...

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Pelé, The Brazilian King of Soccer Dies at the Age of 82

By Zachary Zalamea, Writer January 6, 2023

“To watch him play was to watch the delight of a child combined with extraordinary grace of a man in full.” - Nelson Mandela.               SÃO PAULO, Brazil - Pelé, the Brazilian king of soccer who won a record three World Cups and became one of the most powerful and confident sports...

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An Update to the Elon Musk Debacle

By Quinn Muller, Writer January 6, 2023

SAN FRANCISCO, California - There’s no doubt that Elon Musk has a better resume than most of us. Despite this, his run with Twitter can be viewed holistically as an implosion of free speech and social media. Musk recently announced his resignation in the fever dream that has resulted from this unintentional...

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2022 in Review: News

By Kacie Burns, Arts and Entertainment Editor January 3, 2023

2022 was a tumultuous and eventful year marked by war, social change, and revolution. With the world still recovering from COVID-19, the economy has been rocky with unemployment rates still very high and supply chain issues common. Russia’s invasion of Ukraine prompted inflation and high gas prices...

Argentina’s captain and forward #10 Lionel Messi (C) lifts the FIFA World Cup Trophy on stage as he celebrates with teammates after they won the Qatar 2022 World Cup final football match between Argentina and France at Lusail Stadium in Lusail, north of Doha on December 18, 2022. 
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Argentina Wins FIFA World Cup 2022 

By Zachary Zalamea, Writer December 23, 2022

DOHA, Qatar - Lionel Andres Messi’s wait for World Cup glory is finally over after Argentina beat France in a dramatic shootout on Sunday, December 18 at Qatar’s 90,000-capacity Lusail Stadium to claim the World Cup victory in one of the sport’s all-time great games.  Across the country,...

A sign protesting DOMA before the Obergefell ruling. Photo Credit: Facing South

Congress Approves Bill Further Protecting Same Sex Marriage in the United States

By Sarah Nabi, Writer December 16, 2022

WASHINGTON D.C. - Last Thursday, December 8th, the United States House of Representatives passed the Respect for Marriage Act, which intends to further protect and recognize the marriages of same-sex couples by ensuring that legislature working against such marriages cannot be implemented in the...

Messi and Mbappe in 2018 World Cup courtesy of Business Insider

FIFA World Cup 2022 Finalists

By Zachary Zalamea, Writer December 16, 2022

World Cup 2022 has reached the quarter-final after the Round of 16 (Knockout Stage) and the semi-final stage in Qatar. The final is scheduled on December 18. Here are some exciting highlights of the three stages. ROUND OF 16 (KNOCKOUT STAGE): The Round of 16 of the FIFA World Cup determined which...

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