RFK Jr Announces Running Mate

Robert F Kennedy Jr., son of Bobby Kennedy, the former attorney general and senator and brother to JFK, announced his independent candidacy on October 9, 2023. While he was previously known for his work as a fierce environmental lawyer fighting large companies, in more recent years he has become infamous for his anti-vaccine views, regularly […]

Collapse of Baltimore Bridge Constructs Conspiracy

In the early morning hours of March 26, the cargo ship Dali struck Baltimore’s Francis Scott Key Bridge when leaving the harbor. The ship was bound for Sri Lanka when at 1:24 a.m., it experienced a power failure. The crew reported the power failure, causing authorities to stop traffic from crossing over the bridge. The […]

Former CT Senator Joe Lieberman Passes at 82

Joseph Lieberman (he/him, I-CT), known for serving Connecticut in the U.S. Senate for 24 years and switching parties during his last term, has passed away at age 82. His passing follows his selection as the the first Orthodox Jewish vice president nominee of a major party in 2000. The founder of the No Labels party […]

ISIS Attack in Moscow Raises Terror Concerns Internationally

Russia sustained the deadliest terror attack on their country in the past twenty years on March 22, 2024. The attack took place inside the Crocus City Hall, a concert venue where 144 concertgoers were brutally killed. Multiple gunmen were spotted in eye-witness video footage entering the concert hall dressed in camouflage clothing (Reuters). The gunmen […]

“Barbecue” in Haiti’s Capital

A significant lack of direction for the Haitian government following the resignation of former Prime Minister Ariel Henry has left Haiti in the hands of gangs. Haiti’s recent turmoil is the product of pent-up political tension under Henry’s leadership. He has been criticized for leading a government that does not consider the well-being of the […]

Everything You Need To Know about the Primaries So Far

The 2024 Presidential Election is around the corner and the primaries are in full swing. Most states have already held their primaries with a little less than half the states remaining to vote in the primaries. The Associated Press has already called both races.  Former President Donald J. Trump is the presumptive Republican nominee. He […]

U.S. Support for Israel Falters With UN Resolution Vote

In a surprising move, on March 25, 2024, the U.S. abstained during a UN Security Council vote that called for an immediate ceasefire in Gaza. The shocking move has now allowed a ceasefire resolution to pass 14-0, marking it as the council’s first successful ceasefire measure (The Washington Post). The abstention follows growing tensions between […]

Climate Change: A Generation in Crisis

Climate change and the general topic of global warming is one that is often politically charged. The current political climate of the United States has allowed for the discussion surrounding this topic to be further pushed as a political issue. As fear and tension rise between political parties, it is important to treat this issue […]

U.S. House Passes TikTok Ban

The U.S. House of Representatives recently passed a bill targeting TikTok, demanding its Chinese parent company, ByteDance, to sell the app or face a ban. With President Joe Biden indicating a willingness to sign a Senate-passed version, the bill’s fate in the Senate remains uncertain amidst concerns over digital privacy and free speech. Contrary to […]