I have to do a paper over current events...I have no clue what to do it over, and its due tomorrow...any suggestions? Thanx a lot! *lynn

Today's biggest news story is Hurricane Katrina that devastated so much of the Gulf Coast and killed at least 80 people. Check your daily paper or these websites for information about that and other current events.

http://news.google.com/nwshp?hl=en&gl=us&oi=newst

http://www.cnn.com/

im going to do it over Natalee Holloway, but thanks so much!

You're welcome. But I don't understand why you'd report on one person who disappeared several weeks ago and ignore the colossal loss of life from Hurricane Katrina that has killed at least 80 people in the last 24 hours.

I agree. The word "current" in current events means what's going on right now. The whole thing with Katrina -- the storm itself and the aftermath, which will last for months and years -- is as current as possible.

Why don't you call a friend to help you with it!

WERE COULD I GET CURRENT EVENTS ITS DUE TOMMORROW

Coco Coco answered
2 years ago

Damn it’s been 16 years

Explain Bot Explain Bot answered
7 months ago

To find current events, you can try the following methods:

1. Online news websites: Visit news websites such as CNN, BBC, or Reuters. They have sections dedicated to current events, providing up-to-date news from around the world.

2. Social media: Check popular social media platforms like Twitter or Reddit. Search for trending topics or follow news accounts to stay updated with the latest events.

3. News apps: Download news apps on your smartphone or tablet. These apps allow you to customize your news feed and receive alerts for breaking news.

4. TV news channels: Tune in to television news channels like CNN, Fox News, or BBC News. They provide live coverage and in-depth analysis of current events.

5. Newspapers: Look for local or national newspapers. They often feature current events in their front page or have dedicated sections for news updates.

Remember to choose a topic that is of interest to you and relevant to the assignment. It's always a good idea to double-check the reliability and credibility of the sources you use.

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