Allegations of assault and sexual misconduct plague the President-Elect Donald Trump

“Believe me, she would not be my first choice, that I can tell you,” Donald Trump snidely remarked of Jessica Leeds, one of a growing number of women who have publicly accused him of sexual assault in the past few weeks, at a North Carolina rally. Leeds purports that she was groped by Trump in … More Allegations of assault and sexual misconduct plague the President-Elect Donald Trump

The only thing Samsung does right is prove Apple is best

The phone called the “best phone yet” is, in reality, one of the biggest fails a smartphone company has ever created. The Samsung Galaxy Note 7 has gone up in flames (literally). The Note 7 was released on August 19, 2016 and were originally very sought after and anticipated. However, soon after the release, the … More The only thing Samsung does right is prove Apple is best

Over 35 Dead After Yet Another Syrian School Bombing

Despite the Russian promise of a ceasefire, conditions in Syria continue to worsen. For five years, Aleppo has been a city of silence- the streets colorless, every still-standing building covered in a layer of debris from nearby collapsed buildings. The city experiences multiple airstrikes per day. Douma, Syria, has been under siege since 2013. On … More Over 35 Dead After Yet Another Syrian School Bombing

A look at the third-party candidates for the U.S. President

While the national voting day is coming upon the United States, the citizens look towards the two leaders of the main parties candidates, but what about the third party candidates? What do they bring to the election? Jill Stein, the Green Party’s candidate, and Gary Johnson, the Libertarian, are still in the race, but they … More A look at the third-party candidates for the U.S. President

Technological progression has given this man a helping had – literally

  A man was paralyzed for ten years without movement of any limbs, and then after participating in a scientific research experiment, he can feel natural things again. What is your first reaction? For Nathan Copeland it was shock. After a car accident as a teenager, Nathan was diagnosed with tetraplegia-the inability to move your … More Technological progression has given this man a helping had – literally

Hurricane Matthew Wreaks Havoc

Causing billions of dollars in damage, countless lives, and an intense strain on several countries, Hurricane Matthew tore through the Southeastern US and the Caribbean throughout late September and left behind a legacy of brutal destruction. Hurricane Matthew formed near the Windward Islands on Sept. 28, 2016, and soon became an extremely deadly, long lived, … More Hurricane Matthew Wreaks Havoc

The Election Results: You Love them or Hate them

This year, on November 8, 2016, one candidate will be chosen as president, and this will not only affect the next 4-8 years of all American lives, but long after that as well. The Democrat and Republican candidates, Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump, have run a tense campaign throughout the entire election. Their attitudes and … More The Election Results: You Love them or Hate them

Curious about the Congressional races in 2016?

Unforeseen strength at the top of the Republican ticket motivated the maintenance of conservative majorities in both the Senate and the House of Representatives. While Democratic optimists had anticipated winning the Senate, they narrowly prevailed in Illinois and New Hampshire, winning only 2 of the 5 seats they would have needed to claim control. While … More Curious about the Congressional races in 2016?

Nationwide outrage leads to recount in Wisconsin, Michigan, and Penn.

As Donald Trump’s supporters rejoice in their unforeseen triumph, his numerous opposers seem to have erected one last hurdle for him to jump: the electoral college vote. Thousands of democratic voters have launched desperate efforts to reverse Trump’s upsetting victory after a petition for electors from states that supported Trump to change their votes attained … More Nationwide outrage leads to recount in Wisconsin, Michigan, and Penn.