Jamal Khashoggi, Washington Post Journalist, Murdered in Saudi Arabia Consulate

Just several weeks ago, Washington Post reporter Jamal Khashoggi was brutally tortured and dismembered alive while at a consulate in Saudi Arabia. At the moment, Saudi Arabia admits the reporter’s death, but claims that he died in a “fist fight”. Apparently, Saudi Arabia has been purging senior officials in order to protect the crown prince. … More Jamal Khashoggi, Washington Post Journalist, Murdered in Saudi Arabia Consulate

Migrant Caravan Seeking U.S. Asylum Received with Hostility

One of the most controversial topics in American today is immigration; with a caravan of migrants coming from Honduras, Tijuana and Mexicali, tension on the topic is at its peak. More than 7,000 central American migrants have arrived at the US-Mexico border with hopes of settling in the US. US officials have warned the caravan … More Migrant Caravan Seeking U.S. Asylum Received with Hostility

After November Rampage, Camp Fire Leaves Thousands of Acres Devastated and 85 Dead

The Camp Fire, which caused incredible destruction throughout November, is now 100% contained, and the number of missing persons has dropped to 25. The fire, now the deadliest and most destructive wildfire in California’s history, torched 153,336 square acres, burned the town of Paradise to the ground, killed at least 85 people, and turned 13,000 … More After November Rampage, Camp Fire Leaves Thousands of Acres Devastated and 85 Dead

Shooting in Thousand Oaks Leaves Twelve Dead, Thousands Mourning

Did you know that there have been over 300 mass shootings across the country in this year alone? There have been a total of 307 mass shootings of 2018, many of these incidences having an average of five to six deaths; however, the recent mass shooting in Thousand Oaks, California was recorded as the deadliest … More Shooting in Thousand Oaks Leaves Twelve Dead, Thousands Mourning

43 Sick, 16 Hospitalized in Third E. coli Outbreak This Year

An announcement for an investigation was made on November 20 by The Food and Drug Administration of a multiple state outbreak of the E. coli illnesses, that was most likely linked to romaine lettuce. After Canada’s similar situation, the Canadian Food Inspection Agency and The Public Health Agency of Canada also started investigating the same … More 43 Sick, 16 Hospitalized in Third E. coli Outbreak This Year

Police Change Explanation Again, After Shooting and Killing an Innocent Man They Believed to be an Active Shooter

On Thanksgiving night, Emantic Fitzgerald Bradford Jr was shot to death by a Hoover police officer working security at an Alabama mall. On Thanksgiving night, at 9:52 p.m. police officers received a report of gunshots being fired on the second floor of the mall. Police officers responded and found an eighteen year old man and … More Police Change Explanation Again, After Shooting and Killing an Innocent Man They Believed to be an Active Shooter

Ivanka Trump Found to Have Used Private Account for Government Emails

In Mid November, it came to light that in 2017, Ivanka Trump, daughter of President Donald Trump, sent out hundreds of emails containing government information using her personal email account. These emails were all sent through an account that she shares with her husband, Jared Kushner. Last year it was reported that he also had … More Ivanka Trump Found to Have Used Private Account for Government Emails

Michael Cohen Pleas Guilty to Lying to Congress

On Thursday, November 29, Michael Cohen, former personal attorney to President Donald Trump, pleaded guilty to lying to Congress about a Moscow real estate project taken on by Trump and his company whilst he was solidifying the 2016 GOP nomination. In a lengthy filing, prosecutors went over a number of lies that Cohen admitted to … More Michael Cohen Pleas Guilty to Lying to Congress