SOME QUICK THINGS TO KNOW TODAY

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  1. French police conducted an armed raid early Wednesday morning in the Paris suburb of Saint-Denis. Two people died. Seven people were arrested
    Police conducted an early-morning raid in Saint-Denis, France in search of a key suspect in Friday’s terror attacks. www.buzzfeed.com/jessicasimeone/live-updates-paris-attacks
  2. Hawaii's Supreme Court suspended construction of a giant telescope on the Big Island's summit, the site of protests by people who say it's sacred
    The Hawaii Supreme Court ruled 5-0 on Tuesday to grant an emergency stay that will temporarily prevent construction of a giant telescope on the summit of Hawaii’s Mauna Kea, which Hawaiians say is sacred and has been the focal point of a long protest. www.buzzfeed.com/mbvd/hawaii-supreme-court-suspends-construction-of-giant-telescop
  3. Two people died and about 360,000 were left without power in Washington state after a storm downed trees and caused mudslides
    Wind gusts of up to 49 miles per hour brought down trees and powerlines across the Seattle-area on Tuesday. www.buzzfeed.com/aliciamelvillesmith/two-killed-as-severe-storms-hit-washington-stat
  4. Michigan State University sued for mishandling student sex assault reports
    Four women sued Michigan State University on Wednesday for mishandling their sexual assault reports, according to a lawsuit first obtained by BuzzFeed News, saying the school’s investigations dragged on for so long that they violated the federal gender equality law known as Title IX. www.buzzfeed.com/maryanngeorgantopoulos/michigan-state-university-sued-for-mishandling-student-sex-a
  5. Explosion reportedly kills at least 32 in Nigeria
    The city of Yola, where the blast occurred, has previously been the target of attacks by extremist group Boko Haram. www.buzzfeed.com/claudiakoerner/deadly-explosion-nigeria