A condolence call from President Trump has turned the sorrow of the recent Niger Ambush into a political dispute. The purpose of this call was to comfort Myeshia Johnson, the widow of Sergeant La David Johnson, who died in Niger defending our country. Although the intent of Trump’s phone call was good, many, including Mrs. … More Trump Offends Soldier’s Widow, Turning a Tragedy into a Political Debate
Century-old tensions between Catalonia and Spain finally erupted on October 1 when an illegal independence vote was held by the Catalan government, which was met with police sent in from other parts of Spain to prevent the vote from taking place. The conflict caused by the controversial referendum resulted in over 750 injuries by Spanish … More Turmoil And Tragedy Amidst Catalan Struggle For Independence
In the uproar of increasing battle, the Islamic State abruptly moved its entire head quarters from Raqqa, Syria to Deir ez-Zur, about ninety miles southeast of their original location. It is said that the move is being looked upon as an indicator of a potential breakdown within the terrorist organization. However, the relocation did not … More ISIS Relocates Their Entire HQ’s
Recently, immigration worries and terrorist scares have led to travel restrictions to countries such as Libya, Chad, Syria, Iran, Yemen, Somalia, Venezuela, and North Korea. Whether or not these bans are within reason depend on the country and the issues surrounding it. In these times, as we look at countries and their dangers to the … More Travel Warnings Facing U.S.A.
The US government released thousands of files regarding the assassination or our former president, John F. Kennedy. However it was later found that many more were being withheld upon request from the CIA and FBI in order to protect our national security. It has rumored that this is only making conspiracy theorists more curious about … More Should we be suspicious regarding the JFK files?
The closure of Highway 9 in Brookdale has gotten more positive responses than negative, creating a bright path to the recovery of the road. Caltrans announced that South to Brookdale and between Western Avenue and Pike Road that Highway 9 will have a full closure. Its closure is from October 15th to November 3rd, between … More Overnight Closure for Road Repair on Hwy 9
Seventeen-year-old undocumented immigrant identified in court documents as Jane Doe was recently blocked from getting an abortion by the Office of Refugee Resettlement. She won her court case on Tuesday, October twenty-fourth, and is now waiting to schedule an abortion with a certified health professional. This past spring, United States President Donald Trump appointed E. … More Jane Doe Wins Case Against Office of Refugee Resettlement
The residents of Florida return home to shocking aftermath of Hurricane Irma. More than forty percent of Florida is still in need of electricity. Due to the extent of damage caused by the hurricane, Krebs said, “This will be a situation about rebuilding, instead of simply repairing damaged power infrastructure.” As well as loss of … More Hurricane Irma Leaves Thousands Without Power In Florida
With multiple sexual harassment allegations being made against American film producer Harvey Weinstein and American journalist, author, and television host Bill O’Reilly in recent times, it is no surprise that many women have been voicing their support for the females of the world who have been victimized by men in power, and coming out with … More Sexual Harassment Allegations against Harvey Weinstein & Bill O’Reilly
An inferno of hot flames swept rapidly across the Santa Cruz mountains halfway through this past October, prompting over 200 families to evacuate their homes and leading to the arrest of the arsonist: Marlon Coy. The fire was started intentionally on the night of October 16th when Coy, 54, sparked an argument between himself and … More Boulder Creek Fire Culprit Apprehended