US-Mexico border crossings reaches highest level in 15 years

On Tuesday March 30, 2021 the Biden administration allowed for reporters to go into the main detention facility at the border in Donna, Texas for the first time. To no surprise, the journalists revealed a severely overcrowded tent structure where more than 4,000 kids and families were crammed into pods with the youngest kept inContinue reading “US-Mexico border crossings reaches highest level in 15 years”

Former CDC Director Believes COVID-19 Was Created In Lab

Robert Redfield, former director of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, told CNN Friday he believes the virus that causes COVID-19 was accidentally released from a lab in Wuhan, China. The former director of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention slammed China’s handling of the coronavirus pandemic — admitting that he could useContinue reading “Former CDC Director Believes COVID-19 Was Created In Lab”

New CDC Guidelines are a big win for travelers

The CDC has released new guidelines for travel this Friday, giving more freedom and hope for those who are fully vaccinated. The CDC states that fully vaccinated people in the United States can now travel with minimal risk. They state that domestic travel can now be done without getting tested before and after and withoutContinue reading “New CDC Guidelines are a big win for travelers”

Arizona Attorney General Sues Over Biden’s Coronavirus Relief Plan

Arizona Attorney General Mark Brnovich sued the U.S. Treasury Department, last Friday, over a provision in President Joe Biden’s massive coronavirus relief law that bars states from using the cash they get to directly or indirectly cut taxes. The Republican Attorney General contends the provision is unconstitutional because it is ambiguous and imposes on sovereigntyContinue reading “Arizona Attorney General Sues Over Biden’s Coronavirus Relief Plan”

Georgia Republicans’ Urgency for New Voting Restrictions Law

Republicans in Georgia are facing immense backlash after pushing through law that works to impose new voting restrictions. The bill adds new identification requirements for absentee ballots, reduces the use of drop-off boxes for ballots, encourages state interference of local elections, and even makes it illegal to provide voters in line with food and water.Continue reading “Georgia Republicans’ Urgency for New Voting Restrictions Law”

America and China are fighting over human rights issue

On March 18, the United States and Chinese officials had the very first meeting in Anchorage, Alaska, during the Biden administration. The relationship between these two biggest economic countries seems very intense during the meeting. Secretary of State Antony Blinken started the meeting by questioning the China inhumane actions in the following cities, Taiwan, HongkongContinue reading “America and China are fighting over human rights issue”

Ex-CDC Chief Warns of Vaccine Problems Ahead

Dr. Tom Frieden, former head of Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, warned this week that if more dangerous and contagious variants of the novel Coronavirus continue to spread rapidly, the U.S. and the world could see more challenges down the road with COVID-19 vaccines. “Not only does uncontrolled spread cause avoidable illness, hospitalization, andContinue reading “Ex-CDC Chief Warns of Vaccine Problems Ahead”

Bringing light to anti-Asian hate crimes

The recent murder of 6 Asian women in an Atlanta parlor has begun to shed light on issues regarding the treatment of Asian Americans. Hundred of people gathered in cities throughout America to remember the victims and call for an end to hate towards Asians. Throughout 2020, the treatment of black Americans brought about aContinue reading “Bringing light to anti-Asian hate crimes”

Supreme Court to Consider Boston Marathon Bomber’s Death Sentence

The Supreme Court on Monday agreed to consider the Justice Department’s bid to reinstate a death sentence for convicted Boston Marathon bomber Dzhokhar Tsarnaev. Tsarnaev was convicted in 2015 in the deaths of Krystle Campbell, Martin Richard, Lingzi Lu, and MIT police officer Sean Collier. The court said it would review an appeals court rulingContinue reading “Supreme Court to Consider Boston Marathon Bomber’s Death Sentence”

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