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News Brief (10/29 to 11/4)

Laura Perich, Reporter

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Monday, 10/29:

  • The name of Pittsburgh synagogue shooting victims were released as the community mourns.
  • Lion Air jet crashed with 189 on board.
  • Far-right candidate Jair Bolsonaro won Brazil presidency
  • English soccer team’s billionaire owner among 5 killed in helicopter crash.
  • The Boston Red Sox beat the Los Angeles Dodgers to win this year’s World Series.

Tuesday, 10/30:

  • Synagogue massacre suspect made first court appearance.
  • Trump administration ordered more than 5,200 troops to border in response to the migrant caravan.
  • President Trump is preparing tariffs on remaining Chinese imports.

Wednesday, 10/31

  • Mourners gathered for first funerals of Pittsburgh synagogue shooting victims.
  • Mueller’s office referred scheme to discredit Mueller to FBI.
  • Notorious mobster ‘Whitey’ Bulger killed in prison.
  • President Trump vows to end the Fourteenth Amendment, known as birthright citizenship, which was widely dismissed as unconstitutional by many.
  • Apple unveiled latest MacBook Air, Mac Mini and iPad Pro.

Thursday, 11/1:

  • Puppy that protected his owner from rattlesnake named “Dog of the Year”.
  • Baltimore girl created Think Pink Day to raise money for breast cancer research.
  • Kindergartners surprised school custodian with “Happy Birthday” in sign language.

Friday, 11/2:

  • President Trump vows to bar many migrants from seeking asylum.
  • The U.S. accused Chinese company of stealing secrets.
  • America became the world’s biggest crude oil producer.
  • Simone Biles won her record 4th women’s all-around world gymnastics title.
  • Morton Ranch High School won their Homecoming against Seven Lakes High School. Seniors Lance Balser and Diane Nguyen were crowned king and queen.

Saturday, 11/3:

  • Florida yoga studio attack left three dead, including shooter.
  • North Korea threatened to resume nuclear development over U.S. sanctions.
  • Actor Alec Baldwin arrested and charged with assault.

Sunday, 11/4

  • The United States observed Daylight Savings Time, causing residents to change their clocks one hour back.
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News Brief (10/29 to 11/4)