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WATCH: Students Adapt Wheelchair So Dad Who Had Surgery Can Take Baby on Walks

When little Phoenix King came into the world a few months ago, his parents Jeremy and Chelsie knew some challenges were on the horizon.
To find an answer, Chelsie, who is a teacher at Bullis School in Potomac, Maryland, contacted the head of its technology lab, Matt Zigler.

He presented the challenge to his students, which included Jacob Zlotnitsky and Ibenka Espinoza, who want to study astrophysics when they move on to college.

"In Bullis School in Potomac, Maryland has a “Making for Social Good Course” developed by teacher Matt Zigler who wanted to give students a beneficial project with real-world ramifications. Jeremy King was a recipient of a recent product of the course, and it means the world to him." (1079 Life/Facebook)

Baltimore City State Attorney’s Office Asks FCC to Censor Local News: ‘Enlist the Full Enforcement Powers’

The Baltimore City State’s Attorney’s Office, headed by the embattled Marilyn Mosby, has filed a formal complaint with the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) against a local news station for alleged “blatantly slanted, dishonest, misleading, racist, and extremely dangerous” coverage in a move many believe is an attempt by Mosby to censor reporting on her own federal criminal investigation.

BALTIMORE, MD - AUGUST 24: State's Attorney for Baltimore, Maryland, Marilyn J. Mosby is interviewed by Shoshana Guy, Senior Producer NBC News (not pictured) on August 24, 2016 in Baltimore, Maryland. (Photo by Larry French/Getty Images for BET Networks)

Maryland to Become First State to Tax Google and Facebook’s Online Ads

The state of Maryland is reportedly set to be the first U.S. state that will impose a tax on the sale of online ads. The tax will impact the Masters of the Universe, primarily Google and Facebook which hold the ad market in a duopoly that Amazon is only beginning to gain a foothold in, but critics claim the tax will be passed on, saying “This tax increase was historically shortsighted, foolish, and harmful to countless small businesses and employees, and Marylanders will remember it that way.”

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