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Keeping it brief: five things to know for the week of Nov. 21-27

Ongoing constructing of Little Ceasars Arena in downtown Detroit. Costs have exceeded 700 million dollars.

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Ongoing constructing of Little Ceasars Arena in downtown Detroit. Costs have exceeded 700 million dollars.

By Erin Kaled, Editor

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  1. Chattanooga bus crash kills students

A bus driver from Chattanooga, Tennessee was driving over the speed limit on Monday, Nov. 22, killing five kids on board. Driver Johnthony Walker now faces five counts of vehicular homicide. To learn more, follow this link.

  1. Trump won’t pursue Clinton’s emails

Backtracking on his promises of an investigation into then-opponent Hillary Clinton during his campaign, Trump sources have confirmed that the Trump Administration won’t be looking into the 30,000 deleted emails from Clinton. As president, Trump said he’ll be independent from the justice department and the criminal investigations it pursues. To read more, click here.

  1. Californians may “Calexit”

After the latest political election, some Californians are fed up with politics. In 2018, California might be taking a vote seeking secession. If they were to go through with the plans to leave the United States, at least 50 percent of the voters must vote and 55 percent must vote yes. To learn more, click here.

  1. Detroit Pistons announce move to Downtown Detroit

Although the Pistons sunk a lot of money into the Palace of Auburn Hills, Tom Gores, the owner, and the organization at large, has decided to move into Little Caesars Arena in Downtown Detroit for next season. They will share the arena with the Detroit Red Wings and add to an already celebrated venue. This season will mark the 29th and final season played at the Palace. To learn more on the move, visit here.

  1. Kanye West has psychotic breakdown

The rapper Kanye West has canceled his remaining tour dates to seek treatment for exhaustion after abruptly ending his show this week. Wife Kim Kardashian was supposed to make an appearance at the N.Y.C. Ball, but cancelled to be with West amid his breakdown. To learn about what happened, click here.  

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