This Week in Words: Feb. 25 - Mar. 2, 2018

No time to scour the headlines or watch the news? No problem! We’ve rounded up the top words heard, read, debated, and discussed this week.

This week was a week when the consequences of previous actions and events reverberated. Satisfied with Xi Jinping at the helm, China has taken steps to abolish presidential term limits so that he may remain in power indefinitely. John Kelly was charged with putting the White House in order when he took over as Chief of Staff, and this week he curtailed Jared Kushner's access to top secret information. The protests that followed the tragedy in Parkland, Florida are having an effect. Dick's Sporting Goods has announced that it will no longer sell assault rifles. And after being Inundated with demands to end gun violence, several states are also exploring so-called "red flag" laws.

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