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Chaos in Honduras Following Election Turmoil

Over the weekend the Honduran government after a questioned election had to suspend constitutional rights as well as order the Honduran military to administer the recently implemented curfew along with the task to disperse...

What You Need to Know About the Royal Engagement

By Caitie Veech Meghan Markle, a biracial American, will be the first woman of color in modern history to join the British royal family. The 36-year-old was born and raised in Los Angeles and has...

Hurricane Relief on its Way

By Danielle Caci With only about two and a half months left of the 2017 Atlantic hurricane season, the United States has already been hit by two category four hurricanes, Harvey and Irma. These brought...

Britain Continues To Grapple With Exit From European Union

Since the Brexit vote, many have pondered the question of what departure will look like in March of 2019? The types of departure circulating are either Hard, Soft, or Delayed Brexit? According to NPR, recently...

Dept. of Commerce advises stricter regulations on steel

February sixteenth in the year two thousand and eighteen, the commerce department made recommendations that the United States should impose stricter import limits regarding steel and aluminum. The reason is to support the American industries, which are classified as vital...

Nation’s Hurricanes Begin to Show Their Long-Term Effects

By Derick Leroy First there was Harvey, then Irma, then Jose, and lastly Maria. These are the names of the most destructive hurricanes that ripped through the Atlantic and eastern sections of the U.S this...

Trump to Renegotiate Aspects of NAFTA

Currently, the Trump Administration is in the “midst of renegotiating the free trade deal with Canada and Mexico”, which is known by both academia and policymakers as the North American Free Trade Agreement, or...

Let Them Eat Cake: The Religious Liberty Case You Need to Know About

The calendar year may be ending soon, but the United States Supreme Court is just getting started. On Tuesday, December 5, the Supreme Court will hear a case that could drastically set back the...

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