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It’s All Hands on Deck for Democrats Before Pivotal Senate Vote

As the Senate prepares to vote on the For the People Act, former President Barack Obama cites the January 6 insurrection to advocate for the bill. Currently, Republicans have been transparent regarding their intention to not even debate but just filibuster the voting rights bill. While in a conference call for the National Democratic RedistrictingContinue reading “It’s All Hands on Deck for Democrats Before Pivotal Senate Vote”

Biden Administration Reinterprets Title IX to Expand Protections for Gay and Trans Students

Wednesday, June 16th Biden Education Department extended the protections of Title IX to gay and transgender students. This was largely done to overturn Trump-era Education Department policy and existing proposals to bar trans women in school sporting events. Using precedent from the last year’s landmark supreme court ruling that offered protections from discrimination for gay,Continue reading “Biden Administration Reinterprets Title IX to Expand Protections for Gay and Trans Students”

Biden-Putin Summit Raises Specter of Cybersecurity and Possible Future Threats

On June 16th, President Biden had his first face-to-face meeting with the Russian autocrat as commander-in-chief, and amongst the most crucial topics of conversation was cybersecurity, especially after the recent ransomware attacks on U.S Pipelines which eminated from Russia (despite Putin’s denial of responsibility). In this first meeting, the two world leaders were reported toContinue reading “Biden-Putin Summit Raises Specter of Cybersecurity and Possible Future Threats”

The Tokyo Olympics are Still Happening After a Positive Covid-19 Test from a Coach.

One of the biggest questions among the sports world during the beginning of the Covid-19 pandemic was what would happen to the Tokyo Olympics in 2020. The first obvious step was a delay in the games past the summer of 2020, with many people questioning whether the games should still happen in the first place.Continue reading “The Tokyo Olympics are Still Happening After a Positive Covid-19 Test from a Coach.”

The Third-Party Doctrine: Failing to Keep Up with Modern Times

The Third-Party Doctrine has been a subject of debate since it was first introduced in the ’70s. The doctrine, first detailed in the cases of United States v. Miller and Smith v. Maryland, states that a person does not have a reasonable expectation of privacy in information that he/she voluntarily turns over to a thirdContinue reading “The Third-Party Doctrine: Failing to Keep Up with Modern Times”

With The G7 Summit Over, It Appears Biden is ‘part of the club’

The 47th G7 summit took place this weekend, starting June 11 and ending June 13. The G7 summit is mostly a venue for coordination among foreign leaders. The group of countries has a history of producing globally consequential decisions during these G7 (previously known as G8) summits. In years prior, international security and the globalContinue reading “With The G7 Summit Over, It Appears Biden is ‘part of the club’”


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