Two bombs went off today at the finish line of the 117th Boston Marathon. President Obama said, “We still do not know who did this or why.” There is still no suspect, according to Boston police commissioner Edward Davis’s latest report. In Obama’s most recent report at 11:30 a.m. on Tuesday, he said the FBI… Read More Explosions at Finish Line of Boston Marathon [Updated Tuesday, 11:57 a.m.]
Dozens of immigrants and supporters crowded Triangle Park Wednesday morning in an effort to pressure Kentucky lawmakers to support an “Immigration Reform With Dignity,” as the rally was titled. Among the speakers at the rally were students, professors, immigration attorneys, and leaders of immigrant rights organizations. The rally joined a national effort in support of the #11milliondreams campaign and in demanding… Read More Dozens Gather Downtown Lexington In Support Of Immigration Reform
Rent the Runway. The name speaks for itself. Women no loner have to compromise their love of fashion for a fashionable bank account. Names such as Herve Leger, Lilly Pulitzer and Tibi all grace the homepage of RTR…but for the fraction of the cost. The catch? There is no catch. Women can rent designer dresses… Read More Renting Your Own Personal Runway
By Kelly Adams Hurricane Sandy devastated the eastern coast last week leaving millions without power days before one of the closest elections in history. The question is, will this superstorm help decide our next president? According to the Washington Post, 1.4 million people in New Jersey, New York and Pennsylvania are still without power. Officials… Read More Will Superstorm Sandy affect the election?
The nation heads out to vote on Tuesday for their choice of President, the winner may not be known for a while after Election Day is over. With such a tie race, according to polls, a tie in the Electoral College could prove to provide the nation with a delay on figuring out who the… Read More Election Armageddon: Repeat of Bush v. Gore?
This year the economy has been a hot topic for the election, more so than any other presidential election with the exception of 1932 in the midst of the Great depression that ruined the image and promises of incumbent President Herbert Hoover. Jobs and businesses join the cloud, tracked by media, of the most commonly… Read More UK student/small business owner represents minority by supporting Obama
Top health leaders from Kentucky have been meeting in Florida this week with the goal of ending prescription drug abuse and trafficking. The National Rx Drug Abuse Summit, which comes to a close today in Orlando, was organized by the Eastern Kentucky anti-drug group Operation UNITE. The group discussed possible policies that could help end… Read More Prescription drug summit with Kentucky leaders draws to a close