Pirate News Desk 11/5/16

Date: November 5, 2016

Here is a recap of the stories covered in this week's Pirate News Desk:

-- Chicago Cubs won the World Series for the first time in 108 years.

Credit: Laura Erickson

-- The Federal Communication Commission is requiring internet service providers to obtain permission from customers before using their data.

-- Gas prices futures increased despite Colonial Pipeline rupture.

-- Catholic priest was arrested on child sexual abuse and pornography charges. Father Kevin Gugliotta has been removed from ministry at Holy Spirit Church in Union, N.J.

-- Bomb threat note from 7-year-old student caused evacuation of Success Academy Rosedale charter school in Queens, N.Y.

-- Hillary Clinton won a mock-election at Benjamin Franklin elementary in Yorktown Heights, N.Y. The school has accurately predicted the president since 1968.

-- Hillary Clinton was the most popular candidate on the campus of Seton Hall University according to a poll conducted by The Setonian.

The Pirate News Desk is produced by the WSOU news department. The "Setonian Soundbites" segment is produced in partnership with Seton Hall University's official undergraduate newspaper, The Setonian. Any questions regarding the topics covered or suggestions for local coverage can be directed to wsounews@gmail.com.

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