SUN SUNI KHABAR MAY 27TH, 2016
Segregation was more or less thought to have ended along with the Civil Rights movement in 1965. However, that was not the case in Cleveland, Mississippi. A half mile sidewalk in the middle of town acts as the split between race. However, the closing of East Side High School is far more divisive than any sidewalk. A local judge released a verdict ordering that the nearly all black high school integrate with its more white counterpart. The school board is against this decision, and has released statements to that effect.
RUBIO WOULD RUN FOR SENATE IF FRIEND WASN’T
Florida’s lieutenant governor is a close friend of former Republican presidential candidate Marco Rubio and is planning on running for Rubio’s seat in Senate. Despite claims from the Florida senator that he would not run for Senate in January, he had never really given up on the idea. However, with the lieutenant governor now running, Rubio has taken himself out of the race. Most Republican party members, including their presidential nominee, believe that Rubio should run, rather than leave the seat open for a Democrat to take.
LEBRON JAMES NOT MICHAEL JORDAN
Perhaps the most obvious headline of all time, but the fact is Lebron James will never be a Michael Jordan, and that works for the Cleveland Cavaliers. With the Western Conference Finals looking like a grueling battle on both sides, the Cavs need someone to step up. That person is Lebron James. After the Toronto Raptors battled back from a 2-0 deficit to tie the series at 2-2, there was a worry that the Cavs would not be able to close out the series. That worry was alleviated after the Cavaliers put the Raptors to sleep in Game 5, coming out with a 116-78 win in a dominant performance.
JUSTIN BIEBER & SKRILLEX SUED OVER 'SORRY'
It might be too late for Justin Bieber and Skrillex to say “Sorry.”The duo has been sued over their No. 1 hit over alleged copyright infringement, according to court documents acquired by EW. Singer-songwriter White Hinterland, whose real name is Casey Dienel, claims “Sorry” infringes the copyright of her 2014 song “Ring the Bell.” Warner-Tamerlane Publishing Corp. and Universal Music are also named in the suit.“The identical and/or striking similarity of ‘Sorry’ to Plaintiff’s song ‘Ring the Bell’ surpasses the realm of generic coincidence and independent creation,” the complaint reads.