This week, tragedy struck in San Bernardino, California; the source of Costco's E.Coli outbreak was revealed; and a basketball star announced his departure from the sport.
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The athlete made his decision official with a letter titled “Dear Basketball” that was published in the Players’ Tribune.
The GOP has shown some opposition to these efforts; Republican members of Congress have threatened to block $3 billion for a UN climate fund.
Deen took to Twitter on Sunday to deny the first round of accusations. He wrote, “I respect women and I know and respect limits both professionally and privately. I want to assure my friends, fans and colleagues that these allegations are both false and defamatory.”
In a Facebook post, Zuckerberg detailed his goal to make the world a better place for the next generation and announced the birth of his daughter, Max.
The carnage left 14 people dead and 21 wounded. It is considered the worst mass shooting in modern U.S. history since the Sandy Hook school shooting in December 2012.
The Center for Disease Control and Prevention says that so far 19 people across 7 states have been infected by the celery.
Despite only accounting for 5% of the global population, 31% of the world’s mass shootings occur in the U.S.
Though the bill is expected to pass in the House of Representatives, the White House has already said that President Obama will veto the legislation if it reaches his desk.
Hours before his death, pictures of Weiland performing at Britain’s Reading Festival in were posted to his Twitter account.
Harvard Law School Dean Martha Minow announced a research committee to investigate the seal saying, “Symbols are important. They become even more important when people care about them and focus on them.”