Evening Update Fri April 8
The 26-thousand member faculty union will not be going on strike next week at
C-S-U campuses, as an agreement is reached on pay raises.
Exxon Mobil’s refinery in Torrance will be allowed to re-start after damage from an explosion, but the company must pay about five Million dollars in penalties.
A three year investigation involving fraudulent student visas results in the arrest of 21 people.
There is a continued lack of political power for certain socioeconomic groups, despite an increase in youth engagement.
Across the United States, suicides account for nearly two thirds of all gun deaths.
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