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As coronavirus vaccines are approved for emergency use, skeptics are worried about efficacy rates.

Nick Explains: Vaccine Efficacy

Nick Sack, World News Editor April 1, 2021

95%, 94%, 66%.  If these were listed as possible choices for which vaccine you would take, obviously you would choose the 95% or 94%, right? It’s the obvious pick. You’ll want the vaccine with...

Activists appeal for a $15 minimum wage near the Capitol in Washington, Thursday, Feb. 25, 2021. The $1.9 trillion COVID-19 relief bill being prepped in Congress includes a provision that over five years would hike the federal minimum wage to $15 an hour. (AP Photo/J. Scott Applewhite)

Nick Explains: Minimum Wage

Nick Sack, World News Editor March 11, 2021

In the 1890s, the United States was home to thousands of sweatshops that employed women and children, paying them what were known as “nonliving wages,” which were not enough to cover the basic necessities...

President Joe Biden has enacted more executive orders in the beginning of his term than any other president in U.S. history.

Political Cartoon: jOprah

Corinne McDevitt, Staff Reporter February 12, 2021

A GameStop store in St. Louis. (AP Photo/Jeff Robertson, File)

Let the kids have GameStop

Jack Giba, Staff Reporter February 11, 2021

Robinhood was founded in 2013 with the intent to build a company “that would provide everyone with access to the financial markets, not just the wealthy.” There’s a hard irony in the company going...

Some members of the online community joined in on the stock market

Political Cartoon: Game Stock

Corinne McDevitt, Staff Reporter February 11, 2021

Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene, R-Ga., walks back to her office after speaking on the floor of the House Chamber on Capitol Hill in Washington, Thursday, Feb. 4, 2021. (AP Photo/Andrew Harnik)

Firebrand Marjorie Taylor Greene committee assignment causes controversy

Patrick Kane, Staff Reporter February 5, 2021

Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene, a Republican from northern Georgia, is no stranger to controversy. GOP leadership assigned her to the House Education and Labor Committee, causing even more controversy due...

Photo courtesy of the John Cranley for Mayor Campaign

John Carroll graduate files to run for Governor of Ohio

Nick Sack, World News Editor February 2, 2021

While most Ohio Democrats are focused on locating a candidate for the vacant Senate seat in 2022, one Democrat, John Cranley, mayor of Cincinnati and graduate of John Carroll, has entered the Ohio gubernatorial...

President Joe Biden signs his first executive order in the Oval Office of the White House on Wednesday, Jan. 20, 2021, in Washington.

The history of the president’s first day in office

Jennifer Lutz, The Carroll News January 29, 2021

The first day a president takes office is historically filled with an abundance of energy, both good and bad, as citizens and lawmakers consider their expectations for the next four years. President Joe...

A nurse prepares to administer a COVID-19 vaccine at Atrium Medical Center in Middletown, Ohio (Kareem Elgazzar/The Cincinnati Enquirer via AP)

Ohio advances to next phase of vaccine rollout

Jack Giba, Staff Reporter January 29, 2021

During the week of Jan. 25, the Ohio Department of Health is rolling out and allocating vaccines to Ohioans 75 years of age and older as well as elders with severe congenital or developmental disorders. Despite...

Lady Gaga performed at the inauguration of President Joe Biden, stealing the show. (Corinne McDevitt)

Political Cartoon: InGAGAration

Corinne McDevitt, Staff Reporter January 28, 2021

House Speaker Nancy Pelosi of Calif., displays the signed article of impeachment against President Donald Trump in an engrossment ceremony before transmission to the Senate for trial on Capitol Hill, in Washington, Wednesday, Jan. 13, 2021. (AP Photo/Alex Brandon)

Nick Explains: Trump’s Second Impeachment

Nick Sack, World News Editor January 28, 2021

“Go home. We love you. You’re very special.”  It’s a message I couldn’t get out of my head. Terrorists invaded our nation’s Capitol, threatened the lives of elected officials, my elected...

Photo courtesy of Feggy Art from the Creative Commons

Barriers prevent minorities from accessing mental health treatment

Cole Tichy, The Carroll News November 25, 2020

Mental health has become prevalent in today’s political atmosphere with new advancements in treatment and increased  awareness. Yet, even with the new information we know and advancements we have, mental...

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