North Korean Missile Launch

In early October 2019, North Korea confirmed that it had test-fired a new ballistic missile. This missile, which can be launched from a submarine, can carry a nuclear weapon. This new submarine capability gives North Korea the power to launch missiles from outside of their borders. This poses a great threat to countries that are … Continue reading

Trump Impeachment Inquiry Launched

On September 24, 2019, Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi announced that President Donald Trump would be the focus of a formal impeachment inquiry in light of recent allegations that he has abused his power by pushing other world leaders for his own gain. This is an important event in the ongoing movement to impeach … Continue reading

Turkish Offensive Against the Kurds

Earlier this October, American forces withdrew from Syria, which was followed by an offensive into the northern region of the country by Turkey. The offensive targets the People’s Protection Units (YGP), a Kurdish led militia alliance. Turkey’s government views the former U.S. ally as a terrorist organization. They believe the group to be an extension … Continue reading

Greta Speaks at UN

Greta Thunberg is a sixteen-year-old Swedish environmental activist who has garnered international attention for her passionate speeches about climate change. Her protests encourage young people to protest and fight against climate change. She believes young people should come together to strike and not back down from others in order to enact change. Greta has traveled … Continue reading

Trump’s First Year in Office

Since January 2017, Donald Trump has held the position of what many call the most powerful man in the world. This businessman has made a number of decisions affecting the country, with mixed results to say the least. With another 365 days of office coming up, it seems to be a good time to look … Continue reading

The Booming Petroleum Revolution

The United States of America needs oil, and it needs lots of it. Petroleum has been the primary economic and political concern for the USA in the past four decades. Ever since the middle of the 20th century, The United States has always depended on foreign Petroleum to feed its own massive industry. The decline … Continue reading

A Nation-Worth of Debt in Perspective

The United States debt is at an all-time high of 21.9 trillion dollars, earning the number one spot for the country with the most external debt. Over the years, our national debt has increased exponentially, especially under certain administrations. Percentage-wise, the Roosevelt Administration increased the national debt the most. The 1048% increase was mainly the … Continue reading

Winter Olympics Held in PyeongChang

The 2018 Winter Olympics are right around the corner, starting in less than a month on February 9th, and going until the 25th. The host city is PyeongChang, South Korea, where 102 events would be held. There will be 7 different sports in 15 disciplines, ranging from bobsledding to luge. This Winter Olympic season, there … Continue reading

2017 Nobel Prize Winners Announced

It is our duty as human beings to constantly expand the boundaries of our knowledge. It is our destiny to shine light on the mysteries of our world, champion our traditions and values, and build bridges towards humanity’s better co-existence. And it is our honor to celebrate those individuals and achievements that represent the brightest … Continue reading

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