Temple Entrepreneurship, Trump Org Emails, and Russia’s Doomsday Device

This week the WHIP News Department is bringing you the latest in a bunch of local and global news. Russian media is making nuclear-tinged threats following the US decision to pull from a cold-war era nuclear treaty. In other government news, documentation of Donald Trump’s alleged plans for a “Trump Moscow” tower have been leaked, further complicating US international relations with Russia. In local news, a Temple senior at the Fox school of business has developed a handheld device called CALM, which uses vibration technology to alleviate panic attacks. Check out these stories and more in the third episode of this season of the WHIP News Crackdown!

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  1. BBC: Venezuela crisis: European states recognise Guaidó as president
  2. Buzz: These Secret Files Show How The Trump Moscow Talks Unfolded While Trump Heaped Praise On Putin
  3. BusIn: Russian media threatens US with 100-megaton nuclear doomsday device after key arms treaty fails
  4. USA: Hall of Famer Frank Robinson, baseball pioneer and first black manager, dies at 83
  5. Bezos: No thank you, Mr. Pecker
  6. BBC: AMI defends position on Amazon founder
  7. TempleNews: Fox student designs handheld device for anxiety attacks
  8. TempleNews: Joshua Hupperterz to appeal murder conviction
  9. USA Today: A mountain of evidence points in one direction: Russia sought to sway the 2016 US election
  10. Washington Post: The president’s misleading statements on Trump Tower Moscow: A timeline


Dems call for Green New Deal

NASA’s going back to the moon

Apparently a bunch of politicians in Virginia have racist baggage


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