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Russia accused of war crimes Human Rights Watch recently condemned Russia for war crimes committed in Ukraine. Russian soldiers are reportedly carrying out violations of the Geneva Convention against civilians, including unauthorized violence and threats, rape, two cases of summary execution and looting. This has occurred in the regions of Kyiv, Kharkiv and Chernihiv — […]

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CA mask mandate lifted The California indoor mask mandate came to an end on Feb. 15 due to a drop in Omicron cases, which triggered the reimplementation of the mask mandate on Dec. 15. As of Feb. 14, test positivity had dropped 72% in California. However, local health officials can continue to issue requirements due […]

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Justice Breyer Retires After Supreme Court Justice Stephen Breyer’s retirement announcement on Jan. 26, all eyes have turned to President Joe Biden, who has the opportunity to be the first Democrat in nearly 12 years to nominate a justice to the Supreme Court. However, with Justice Breyer being a progressive, Biden will not have the […]

Russian Orphanage Blood Drive

California Baptist University students helped save lives by donating blood to the Blood for Missions nonprofit organization, in the Staples Room on Oct. 5, 2010. The blood donations will benefit patients at University of Southern California and USC Norris Cancer Hospital. They will also fund $20 per blood donor, which will support SunErgos International’s orphanages […]