Mueller Speaks Up Over Stone Sentencing, Breaking Long Silence

Chad North July 13, 2020

Former special counsel Robert Mueller has broken a long silence over his lengthy report on the 2016 Trump campaign. Mueller, with his stoic public appearance and no-nonsense attitude, finally commented publicly on his investigation due to President Donald Trump’s recent actions. In a surprising and unprecedented move, the president just …

Joe Biden Vows to Stamp Out Systemic Racism if Elected

Chad North July 6, 2020

America has entered a reckoning period with its history of systemic (and systematic) racism. In the aftermath of the death of George Floyd, Black Lives Matter protests have demanded the end of racist police brutality. This has spilled over into broader discussions of racism in the US. Likely democratic presidential …

Controversial National Security Law Shakes Hong Kong

Chad North July 1, 2020

In the hours following the first arrest under a controversial new law, Hong Kongers are protesting in the streets. Citizens of the unique city are railing against what they characterize as attempts by Beijing to curtail their freedoms. Hong Kong, which was a British colony until 1997, has enjoyed unique …

Trump: US Intelligence Finds No Evidence of Taliban-Russia Connection

Chad North June 29, 2020

Late Sunday evening, President Donald Trump tweeted that the US had no credible evidence of an alleged link between the Taliban and Russia. Earlier in the day, reports suggested US intelligence had evidence of such a link. Reports seemed to indicate a Russian spy operation was offering bounties on US …

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Mueller Speaks Up Over Stone Sentencing, Breaking Long Silence
Chad North July 13, 2020

Mueller Speaks Up Over Stone Sentencing, Breaking Long Silence

Former special counsel Robert Mueller has broken a long silence over his lengthy report on the 2016 Trump campaign. Mueller, with his stoic public appearance and no-nonsense attitude, finally commented publicly on his investigation due to President Donald Trump’s recent actions. In a surprising and unprecedented move, the president just …
Joe Biden Vows to Stamp Out Systemic Racism if Elected
Chad North July 6, 2020

Joe Biden Vows to Stamp Out Systemic Racism if Elected

America has entered a reckoning period with its history of systemic (and systematic) racism. In the aftermath of the death of George Floyd, Black Lives Matter protests have demanded the end of racist police brutality. This has spilled over into broader discussions of racism in the US. Likely democratic presidential …

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Should You Get the iPhone XS or XS Max?

Recently Apple revealed their new flagship iPhone models, and they are more exciting than ever! The iPhone XS is a straight evolution of the popular iPhone X, offering improvements in every realm. And while the XS Max, feels similar to their previous Plus offerings, there’s a reason for the new distinction. If …
App of the Day: Google Arts and Culture
Mary Newsom January 24, 2018

App of the Day: Google Arts and Culture

While we’re not sure if many people are using it to actually learn about art and culture, the new Google Arts and Culture app (available at play.google.com) has recently created an online fad that is hard to miss. Good for a Laugh The question is whether your likeness is hanging in an art …

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Mueller Speaks Up Over Stone Sentencing, Breaking Long Silence
Chad North July 13, 2020

Mueller Speaks Up Over Stone Sentencing, Breaking Long Silence

Former special counsel Robert Mueller has broken a long silence over his lengthy report on the 2016 Trump campaign. Mueller, with his stoic public appearance and no-nonsense attitude, finally commented publicly on his investigation due to President Donald Trump’s recent actions. In a surprising and unprecedented move, the president just …
Joe Biden Vows to Stamp Out Systemic Racism if Elected
Chad North July 6, 2020

Joe Biden Vows to Stamp Out Systemic Racism if Elected

America has entered a reckoning period with its history of systemic (and systematic) racism. In the aftermath of the death of George Floyd, Black Lives Matter protests have demanded the end of racist police brutality. This has spilled over into broader discussions of racism in the US. Likely democratic presidential …
Controversial National Security Law Shakes Hong Kong
Chad North July 1, 2020

Controversial National Security Law Shakes Hong Kong

In the hours following the first arrest under a controversial new law, Hong Kongers are protesting in the streets. Citizens of the unique city are railing against what they characterize as attempts by Beijing to curtail their freedoms. Hong Kong, which was a British colony until 1997, has enjoyed unique …
Minneapolis Police Chief Calls George Floyd’s Death ‘Murder’
Chad North June 24, 2020

Minneapolis Police Chief Calls George Floyd’s Death ‘Murder’

Following the controversial death of George Floyd at the hands of Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin, protests have engulfed the US. Black Lives Matter movements all over the country have called for an end to systematic, racist police brutality against black people. Some police departments and republican lawmakers have met …
K-Pop Fans Credited for Trump’s Dismal Rally Numbers
Megan Smith June 22, 2020

K-Pop Fans Credited for Trump’s Dismal Rally Numbers

President Trump held his first political rally since the global pandemic began. The number of attendees was supposed to be huge. Well, according to the president himself. Trump claimed to have 1 million registered attendees. Unfortunately for him, the 19,000 person stadium was at decidedly less than capacity. Are K-pop …
Republicans Stand to Lose Power in Washington for Years in November
Chad North June 17, 2020

Republicans Stand to Lose Power in Washington for Years in November

The 2020 election could be disastrous for republicans in the Senate. As Trump slips precipitously in the polls, he could also threaten his party’s chances of holding their Senate majority. Current Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell, meanwhile, has confirmed that he has no intentions of stepping down from his role …
Supreme Court Declines to Examine Qualified Immunity
Chad North June 15, 2020

Supreme Court Declines to Examine Qualified Immunity

The Supreme Court on Monday has refused to hear cases that relate to the qualified immunity doctrine. The move, coming amid widespread protests over police brutality, was surprising to many. The move to not pick up the cases was unsigned. In a dissenting opinion, Justice Clarence Thomas, one of the …
Capitol Hill Autonomous Zone: A Neighborhood with No Police
Chad North June 12, 2020

Capitol Hill Autonomous Zone: A Neighborhood with No Police

Daily demonstrations and scattered clashes with police have been common in Seattle. On Memorial Day, Minneapolis police put George Floyd, an unarmed man, in a chokehold. He was suspected of using a counterfeit bill. After Floyd died during the incident, a video circulated widely online showing the officer pressing his …