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Clemency granted by Gov. Bill Haslam

This is a sweet time of justice for Cyntoia Brown as she was granted clemency from Tennessee Gov. Bill Haslam last Monday after serving 15 years of prison, according to NBC News. She is expected to be released on Aug. 7 while on parole for 10 years. This sparked joy ...

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Government shuts down over wall

The United States government is currently shut down. According to CNN, this is the longest partial federal shut-down with no end in sight. Shutdown typically occurs when the president or Congress continuously fail to sign or pass the legislature. It seems that it is generally a tactic used by one ...

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Sippin’ on Sundays

A new era of politics is beginning, one that accurately reflects the Constitution of the United States. Liquor and wine can now be sold on Sundays in Tennessee. The Tennessee General Assembly has taken a step towards revising the law in order to represent not only the Constitution but also ...

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’94 vs. ’19: Animated vs. CGI

Many famous phrases tell us not to try and correct something that does not need fixing. The same can be said for remaking of classics. Remakes usually give us new spins on old classics. Adding on to a certain series gives us the opportunity to be more inclusive to underrepresented ...

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Mission unaccomplished

Video games are the best form of art. Videos games can be as beautiful as any painting, or they can have better stories and plots than any movie. They also offer some element of control over what the character does. While video games are the superior art form there are ...

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Three popular video games, one big award

The coveted Golden Joystick awards were held on Friday, Nov. 16. “God of War,” “Red Dead Redemption 2” and “Spiderman” are all games that dropped this year with tidal waves of hype and momentum. Each game so different though they each had one thing in common, they were all candidates ...

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