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Jersey City Protest

Jersey City Protest

Flynn Thomas February 9, 2020

On Jan. 25 the “No War on Iran” protests kicked off all over the United States. One of these protests was hosted in neighboring Jersey City by Anakbayan - North...

Hague Judge Resigns from Post Following Overt Interference from US and Turkey

Hague Judge Resigns from Post Following Overt Interference from US and Turkey

Parth Agrawal February 17, 2019

Christoph Flügge, a senior judge at the international courts in The Hague, Netherlands, set off a storm of controversy by resigning from his position, citing claims of extensive political interference...

North Korea Calls for Reunification

North Korea Calls for Reunification

Lyle James February 6, 2018

North Korea and South Korea have agreed to march together for the opening ceremonies of the 2018 Winter Olympics in South Korea. This will be the first time the two countries march together since 2006...

What is the Point of Government?

What is the Point of Government?

Daniel Cruz January 23, 2018

[one_third]Liberal – Daniel “Rick” Cruz "We the People of the United States, in Order to form a more perfect Union, establish Justice, insure domestic Tranquility, provide for the common defense,...

Obama Under Pressure to Pardon Snowden

Michael Vaks September 21, 2016

Edward Snowden, a whistleblower to some and a traitor to others, is once again all over the news, but for something other than the release of the new biographical political thriller film, Snowden. As...

US and Russia Agree to New Ceasefire

Ianiz Patchedjiev September 20, 2016

After weeks of intense negotiations between top officials from both nations, the United States and Russia have finally agreed on a comprehensive ceasefire concerning the civil war in Syria. According...

The Current Conflict in Ukraine

The Current Conflict in Ukraine

Hari Ravichandran March 13, 2014

Image Courtesy of: ABC News The image above shows independence square in Kiev, Ukraine’s Capital, after the protests. Ukraine was part of the Soviet Union until the end of the Cold War. In those years,...

National News: The Government Shutdown of 2013

National News: The Government Shutdown of 2013

Hari Ravichandran October 21, 2013

Background The US Congress regulates government spending through appropriations legislation. When and if Congress fails to approve the budget for the upcoming fiscal year, a funding gap is created, resulting...

The Boston Marathon Bombing: Overview, Victims, Investigation, and Aftermath

The Boston Marathon Bombing: Overview, Victims, Investigation, and Aftermath

Hari Ravichandran April 24, 2013

Explosion near the finish line of the Boston Marathon, April 15, 2013 The Boston Marathon is the oldest annual marathon in the world, held on Patriot’s Day, the third Monday of April. Every year, about...

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