FBI Wants Help Locating Missing Wisconsin Girl
It’s been two days since Jayme Closs’ parents were found dead and the 13-year-old disappeared, yet few questions have been answered.
CNN reports, “More than 400 tips have poured in since Jayme disappeared from her Wisconsin home on Monday. But the FBI is pleading for more help in finding the girl, who is the subject of an Amber Alert.”
In additions to looking for Jayme, investigators are working to understand why her parents were murdered in their home in Barron, WI. Closs’ parents were fatally shot and their deaths have been ruled homicides. Investigators believe Jayme was at the scene on the night her parents were killed, and have found the cell phone used to call the police, but have not said whose phone it is.
38 North Carolina Colleges are Waiving Their Application Fees
This week, as a part of North Carolina’s annual campaign for college access, 38 four-year colleges and universities in have waived their application fees.
Students in counties impacted by Hurricane Florence will have an extended fee waiver, with the period ending at 5 p.m. on Nov. 16. North Carolina’s 58 community colleges will also be waiving their fees this week, and for a month for hurricane impacted counties.
Israel Detains An American Student Who Occupation of Palestine
A 22-year old American student named Laura Alqasem, from Southwest Ranches, Florida, was detained by Israeli authorities on October 2nd for being a public supporter of the Boycott, Divestment, Sanctions movement (BDS) against the government of Israel. The issue was over its illegal occupation of the Palestinian territories.
Former activist and president of Students for Justice in Palestine at the University of Florida, Alqasem appealed to the Jewish state’s Supreme Court in Western Jerusalem on earlier this week to avoid expulsion from the country. An opportunity to study human rights at the Hebrew University in Jerusalem university is also at stake.
Today in a Tweet: Benintendi!
Red Sox fans are still that catch on Twitter this morning…
Last But Not Least: Barack Obama Urges Young Americans to Head to the Polls This November
With a little less than three weeks left until the 2018 midterms, the drive to get eligible voters to the polls is in full effect.
Yesterday, former president Barack Obama was featured in a video by ATTN, where he tackled seven common excuses people use on not voting. Obama insists that young Americans have the chance to see its most diverse Congress if they get out and vote this November.
Remember, if you are eligible to vote and don’t, you lose your right to complain about elected officials. At least that’s the way we heard it, anyway 😉
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