CC Briefs

By Felipe Montano |Staff Writer|


5th anniversary of Bin Laden
May 2, is the fifth anniversary of Osama Bin Laden’s capture and death at the hands of U.S. soldiers.
President Obama mentioned in a CNN interview that he hoped that in his dying moments, Bin Laden remembered what he did to the American people. He reflected on the mission five years later and how it was executed.
Obama highlighted how these types of missions can now be modeled after the success of the Bin Laden raid. The procedures, Obama mentioned, were strenuous, however were altogether worth it as the raid was a success.
Osama Bin Laden was killed in Pakistan on May 2, 2011 through a raid executed by the U.S. Navy Seals.




Trump stands alone
Republican Nominees Ted Cruz and John Kasich have both dropped out of the presidential race. Cruz presented his resignation to an audience in Indiana Tuesday May 3. The following day, Kasich also resigned.
Cruz and Kasich were the front-runners for the Republican nomination against Trump. Cruz had intended to go as far as he could as long as there was a path for his victory, according to
In his resignation speech, Cruz mentioned that this path was no longer a possibility.


Chanel shows in Cuba
Creative director of Chanel, Karl Lagerfeld, presented his resort 2017 show in Havana, Cuba May 3.
The show featured 87 original looks inspired by the Caribbean city.
Seven hundred guests of the Chanel house were treated to an open-air street show where the runway was presented, according to Vogue.
Celebrities like Giselle Bunchen, Tilda Swinton and Vin Diesel were among the many who attended the anticipated event.



Big quake is coming
Southern California is due for a major earthquake, according to leading scientist Thomas Jordan, director of the Southern California Earthquake Center.
However the San Andreas Fault has not seen any major movement since 1812. This is long overdue for movement according to Thomas.
“The springs on the San Andreas system have been wound very, very tight,” stated Thomas.
This fault line cuts through a few high profile areas and with such an imminent threat, these areas need to be highlighted. One of these areas is the near the army base Twenty-Nine Palms.
The areas that would be hit the hardest would be Coachella Valley, Inland Empire, and Antelope Valley.


Lost Egyptian city found
French archaeologist, Franck Goddio discovered the remnants of the lost Egyptian city Thonis-Heracleion.
According to museum curator Aurelia Masson-Berghoff, the city was known to exist as Greek historians had mentioned it in Greek Mythology, according to CNN. Thonis-Heracleion was thought to be a trade hub around 700 B.C. where Ancient Egyptians traded between Greece and other Mediterranean cities. Among the artifacts found were a 16-foot statue made from pink-granite and a fleet of 69 ships.
Sunken Cities: Egypt’s Lost World will present its exhibition at the British Museum in London from May 19 to November 27.


Pill poppin’ Prince
The Prince estate has been battling allegations that drug abuse contributed to the late singer’s death.
An outside source reported that Percocet were found in the singer’s body, following his death on April 21. As of now, Carver County Police denied the allegations and stated, “results are pending.”
This also follows the news that Prince was seeking assistance from a drug addictions specialist. Dr. Howard Kornfeld of California had a meeting scheduled for April 22 to treat an alleged opiate addition.
Regardless of the claims, Carver County coroners are still ruling Prince’s death a mystery.

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