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  • Trump Clings to Hope of Overturning the 2020 Election
    Culture

    Trump Clings to Hope of Overturning the 2020 Election

    Insider reports show that President Donald Trump is continuing his election-fraud rampage, taking his anger out on staffers along the way.
    By Jamie Rollo
  • Virginia Removes Robert E. Lee Statue from National Statuary Hall
    Culture

    Virginia Removes Robert E. Lee Statue from National Statuary Hall

    The state of Virginia has announced that the Robert E. Lee statue has been removed from the National Statuary Hall in the U.S Capitol.
    By Jamie Rollo
  • Attorney General Bill Barr Resigns with a Month Left to Serve
    Culture

    Attorney General Bill Barr Resigns with a Month Left to Serve

    United States Attorney General Bill Barr announced his resignation with just over a month left of his term; the news broke over Twitter.
    By Stacey Edward
  • President-elect Biden Announces new Economic Team
    Culture

    President-elect Biden Announces new Economic Team

    President-Elect Joe Biden recently announced his economic team. If confirmed by the U.S. Senate, the list marks a historic accomplishment.
    By Stacey Edward
  • Thanksgiving's Heroes sends over 2000 Families full Holiday Meals
    Culture

    Thanksgiving's Heroes sends over 2000 Families full Holiday Meals

    Rob Adams, a successful Salt Lake City Real Estate agent, gives away 2,500 free Thanksgiving meals through Thanksgiving’s Heroes.
    By Jamie Rollo
  • What President-Elect Joe Biden's Cabinet may Look Like
    Culture

    What President-Elect Joe Biden's Cabinet may Look Like

    With the prolonged election results leading to a Biden/Harris win, many are speculating who will fill president-elect Joe Biden’s cabinet.
    By Jamie Rollo
  • New Jersey is the Latest State to Legalize Marijuana
    Culture

    New Jersey is the Latest State to Legalize Marijuana

    There's one election story that has come by surprise. New Jersey's voters have moved for the state to legalize recreational marijuana.
    By Stacey Edward
  • Will Donald Pull the Trump Card?: How 45 can Challenge Results
    Culture

    Will Donald Pull the Trump Card?: How 45 can Challenge Results

    With the U.S election coming to an end on a very close margin, many people are worried that President Donald Trump may call fraud.
    By Jamie Rollo
  • Newark, NJ Announces Strict COVID Shutdowns
    Lifestyle

    Newark, NJ Announces Strict COVID Shutdowns

    Newark, New Jersey will be going under lockdown amid coronavirus case spikes. The city has seen positive rates rise to 11 percent
    By Jamie Rollo
  • Sen. Mitch McConnell Proposes $500 Billion Stimulus Plan
    Culture

    Sen. Mitch McConnell Proposes $500 Billion Stimulus Plan

    House Speaker Nancy Pelosi and Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell have been failing to reach an agreement on a coronavirus package.
    By Jamie Rollo
  • V.A Gov. Ralph Northam also Targeted in 'Militia' Kidnapping Plot
    Culture

    V.A Gov. Ralph Northam also Targeted in 'Militia' Kidnapping Plot

    The five suspects charged with plotting to kidnap Michigan Gov. Gretchen Whitmer also had plans to kidnap Virginia’s Gov., Ralph Northam.
    By Jamie Rollo
  • Kanye West is 'Stepping out on Faith' for a more Religious America
    Culture

    Kanye West is 'Stepping out on Faith' for a more Religious America

    “America. What is America’s destiny? What is best for our nation, our people?” asks 2020 presidential candidate Kanye West
    By Jamie Rollo
  • Let's Discuss Racism in the U.S with These Nonfiction Works
    Culture

    Let's Discuss Racism in the U.S with These Nonfiction Works

    Comprised mostly of nonfiction books, this selection features works discussing different facets of systemic racism in the U.S.
    By Bleu Magazine
  • Politics

    How Unemployment Rates are Affecting the Economy

    As the COVID-19 pandemic made its way across the country, unemployment rates skyrocketed to never-before-seen levels with 30 million people unemployed.
    By Jamie Rollo
  • Politics

    Can the rise in Mail-in Ballots Increase Voter Suppression?

    In the wake of COVID and President Donald Trump’s animosity towards mail-in votes many are worried about a voter suppression catastrophe in November.
    By Jamie Rollo
  • Politics

    U.N Human Rights Council to hold Debate on Police Brutality

    The U.N Human Rights Council announced that it will hold a much requested discussion on racism and police brutality this Wednesday.
    By Jamie Rollo
  • Politics

    Citizen Journalism Shows what the Media Doesn't

    When the media proves to be untrustworthy, society becomes reliant on citizen journalism to get the full scope of what exactly is happening.
    By Jamie Rollo
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