Presidential Debate Round 3

Tonight, presidential hopefuls Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton will meet at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas to make their cases to undecided American voters one final time. Joining the two will be Fox News anchor Chris Wallace, the moderator of the third and ultimate presidential debate of the 2016 presidential campaign. Clinton is walking […]

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American Hypocrisy in Yemen

Last weekend, thousands of people gathered at a community hall in Yemen’s capital city of Sanaa to mourn the death of Sheikh Ali al-Rawishan, a Yemeni public figure and father of the country’s rebel-appointed interior minister. According to eye-witness accounts, two explosive ordinances burst through the hall’s ceiling around 3:30 pm local time before detonating shortly afterwards. The bombs were […]

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Western Exploitation & Mother Nature: A History of Tragedy in Haiti

In recent news of Hurricane Matthew hitting Haiti this past Tuesday, we are reminded of the disasters Haiti—the poorest country in the Western Hemisphere, has previously endured. Haiti’s location on the Gonâve micro-plate makes it susceptible to both tropical storms and earthquakes– an inconvenience which is magnified by the socio-economic state of the country. Following […]

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Presidential Debate Round 2

After two not good, very bad weeks for Donald Trump, it would appear as if the inevitable is finally happening: his presidential campaign is seemingly imploding underneath the weight of his crass, deplorable words and actions. This follows two major leaks of confidential information that were revealed to the public within the past two weeks. The first of the leaks came […]

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Vice Presidential Showdown

Tonight we saw the two vice presidential candidates US Senator Tim Kaine and Governor Mike Pence battle it out in their only face-to-face encounter of the election season. The two vice presidential candidates discussed everything from taxes, national security, Russia, immigration policy, defeating domestic and foreign terrorism and a load of other issues. Both candidates tried to make […]

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Presidential Debate Round 1

Foreman-Ali. McGreggor-Diaz. Pesi-Coke. All of these bouts between formidable opponents pale in comparison to what we will be seeing tonight when the two least-liked presidential candidates in the history of our country, Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump, go head-to-head at Hofstra University in New York in the first of three debates before election day. They will […]

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Solidarity with Standing Rock

At the onset of summer 2016, a group of dedicated, young activists from the Standing Rock Native American Reservation in North Dakota embarked on a harrowing fifteen-hundred mile journey all the way to Washington DC– on foot. Their mission was to deliver a petition with over 140,000 signatures to the United States Army Corps of Engineers, […]

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