Trump VS Biden: Presidential Debates Conclude

The Presidential debates concluded on October 22nd after two interesting debates and two different Town Hall’s interviewing both Presidential nominees, incumbent Donald J. Trump and Joe Biden. The first debate was highly discussed after its airing on September 29th. Many viewers discussed Trump’s personal attacks on Biden’s family, his interruptions, and suggestions of microphone muting.Continue reading “Trump VS Biden: Presidential Debates Conclude”

Early Voting 2020: New Records Set Already

We are 16 days away from Election Day 2020 and early voters are being especially proactive this year. More than 27 million ballots have already been cast by U.S. voters. Early voters are taking advantage of their right to vote early in such a crucial election. Compared to 2016, there is a 152% increase inContinue reading “Early Voting 2020: New Records Set Already”

Conflict Between Armenia and Azerbaijan Rises

Protests continue as the Armenian and Azerbaijani forces have been at war due to Azerbaijani accusing Armenia of targeting the countries cities that are past the war zone. Dozens of people have been killed and hundreds of others have been wounded in result of the war. Azerbaijani President Aliyev stated that the only way toContinue reading “Conflict Between Armenia and Azerbaijan Rises”

Trump VS Federal Income Taxes

A New York Times investigation published on Sunday shared that President Trump paid only $750 in federal income taxes in 2016 and 2017. Trump declined this statement with his most familiar rebuttal: “fake news.” The New York Times further reported that Trump paid no income taxes in 10 of the previous 15 years as heContinue reading “Trump VS Federal Income Taxes”

The World Honors Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg

Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, legal and feminist icon, passed away peacefully at her Washington D.C. home on September 18th, 2020 due to complications of metastatic cancer. “Our nation has lost a justice of historic stature,” Chief Justice John Roberts said. “We at the Supreme Court have lost a cherished colleague. Today we mourn but withContinue reading “The World Honors Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg”

Americans Support Vote-By-Mail Despite Trump’s Disputes

There has been heavy discussion on the accuracy and necessity of voting by mail over the past couple of weeks. President Trump has raised his doubts on the legitimacy of voting by U.S. mail. As it turns out, 73% of Americans are in support of voting by mail for elections. A poll from the WashingtonContinue reading “Americans Support Vote-By-Mail Despite Trump’s Disputes”

“It Will Take Place With or Without Covid”: Japanese Officials Push for 2021 Olympics

On Monday, International Olympics Committee Vice President John CoatesĀ told Agence France-PresseĀ that “these will be the Games that conquered COVID, the light at the end of the tunnel.” “It will take place with or without COVID. The [Tokyo] Games will start on July 23 next year,” Coates shared. Many Japanese and International Olympics Committee Officials haveContinue reading ““It Will Take Place With or Without Covid”: Japanese Officials Push for 2021 Olympics”

“Right now is a time for us to heal”: Mayor Antaramian declines to meet with Trump

President Trump will travel to Kenosha, WI on Tuesday, September 1st to examine destruction from protests due to the shooting of Jacob Blake. “Realistically, from our perspective, our preference would have been for him not to be coming at this point in time,” Antaramian shared with NPR’s Weekend Edition on Sunday. “All presidents are always welcome andContinue reading ““Right now is a time for us to heal”: Mayor Antaramian declines to meet with Trump”

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