For Sale: Your Private Browsing Data

April 29, 2017 Joseph Mauro 0

The House of Representatives voted late last month to eliminate Internet service provider privacy rules, following the Senate vote to take the same action. The House voted 215-205, with most Republicans voting to eliminate them […]

Russia’s U.N. Ambassador Dies

March 19, 2017 Amisha Naik 0

Vitaly I. Churkin, Russia’s ambassador to the United Nations, passed away just before his 65th birthday. He is renowned for representing his country amidst domestic tumult and escalating tensions with the West. He was born […]

Impeachment: Fact vs Fiction

February 21, 2017 Katrina David 0

On February 9, 2017, Congressman Jerrold Nadler introduced a Resolution of Inquiry concerning the conflicts of interest and/or ethical violations that may be present in President Donald Trump and his administration. The resolution directs the […]

Make the Internet Secure Again

February 9, 2017 Ryan Romanowski 0

The inauguration of President Trump has passed and he is now settled into office, which leaves people speculating as to what changes he will bring about and what promises will be fulfilled. While controversy surrounds […]

Trump Inauguration

February 9, 2017 Amisha Naik 0

The Trump regimen worked towards eliminating any remanence of the Obama-era policies and aimed to sculpt a new branding scheme for American politics. While President Trump spent time with the members of Congress in the […]

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