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Betsy Foresman

Betsy is a junior journalism and psychology double major from Orange County, California. She is pretty well-read, as untamed as a shrew, and her dependence on Redbull is something we won't get into.

Breakdown: what the arsenals of the world are packing

A look into the type and scope of firepower from some of the world's biggest players.

U.S. and European allies target Syrian chemical weapons production with airstrike

U.S., French and British forces launched 105 missiles at three chemical weapons targets in response to a suspected chemical weapons attack.

March for Our Lives calls for gun reform in America

Hundreds of thousands of demonstrators flooded the streets of the nation’s capital Saturday in support of the youth-led gun reform movement. The March for Our...

Russia re-elects Putin for fourth term in controversial election

Putin won in a landslide, with nearly 77 percent of votes cast in his favor, according to Russian Central Election Commission (CEC) data.

West Wing woes: Trump administration sees record high employee turnover

The president insists there is not chaos and that "they all want a piece of that Oval office."

Memo mania: what’s in all these declassified memos you’re hearing about

Memos released by both Democratic and Republican members of the House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence (HPSCI) tell two versions of the same story. ...

Storm blows through Fort Worth, thousands lose power

Wednesday's early morning storm downed power lines, uprooted trees, and damaged property across Fort Worth.

Fort Worth to update Berry Street

Fort Worth City Council has approved a new zoning overlay for the Berry/University area.

Frequent Flyers: Migratory birds call Fort Worth home

Grackles at the I-30 overpass near University Drive have locals looking to the sky. Filling parking lots and covering buildings, this large flock causes quite the spectacle.

TCU has plans for parking lots along Merida and Princeton

In response to a growing campus and student body, TCU plans to expand parking in the next month. New parking lots are to be developed on 2900 Merida Ave. block and 2800 Princeton St. block.
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