Sunday, April 18, 2021

Jesse Stiller

Europe on Edge as terrorist attacks swamp continent

European countries are raising their terror threat levels to their highest in years following a string of violent attacks across major European Cities.

Director of National Intelligence, Federal Bureau of Investigation Suggest Iran and Russia Behind Election Interference Operations

The Directors of National Intelligence and the FBI stated that Iran and Russia were engaging in voter intimidation tactics related to the 2020 Presidential election.

US GDP increases to record high as economy reopens following spring lockdown

The US GDP soared at its fastest pace ever recorded, aided by the reopening of many economic sectors from a spring lockdown earlier this year.

China threatens to arrest U.S. citizens in retaliation for academic arrests

China has threatened the U.S. with arresting citizens in China in response to months of arrests against academics alleged to be informants for China's government.

The William Green Plantation: Everything you need to know

As the controversy continues between students and administration over the William Green House, most students are still unsure of the building’s historical background. New information is being uncovered as the excavation continues.

Protests erupt among Jewish communities in response to Cuomo’s re-enforced lockdowns

New lockdowns have been met with protests across numerous sections of the city, with Jewish leaders calling the moves targeted antisemitism against Jews in the city.

Armenia, Azerbaijan clash over Nagorno-Karabakh region, agree to temporary ceasefire

Azerbaijan and Amernia have come to a temporary ceasefire over fighting in the Nagorno-Karabakh region, which has seen violent clashes over the last few weeks.

Trump nominates Amy Coney Barrett to fill Supreme Court vacancy

Judge Amy Coney Barrett, who has been lauded by conservative groups, was nominated only a week after Justice Ginsburg died, and now faces one of the most contested Supreme Court battles in history.

Ruth Bader Ginsburg unexpectedly dies, setting up fierce Supreme Court battle

Associate Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg died on September 18 of complications from Metastatic pancreatic cancer. The vacancy on the supreme court opens a fierce debate on filling the seat more than a month before the presidential election.

Republicans and democrats wrap up virtual conventions

The Republican and Democratic National Conventions wrapped up their virtual conventions as the Coronavirus pandemic continues to reshape the presidential race.

From local governments to nationwide protests, police reform is continuing to gain momentum

In response to the protests since the death of George Floyd, local, state and national governments have started to pay attention. Activists are meeting lawmakers to discuss ways for sustainable reform.

Tensions escalate as federal officials intervene in nationwide protests

By Jesse StillerNation & World Editor Clashes between federal officials and protesters fighting against police brutality began in Portland, Oregon, leading to tense scenes in...

Gov. Murphy begins process of re-opening state amid coronavirus pandemic

Gov. Phil Murphy made an announcement on May 14, according to NJ.com, to reopen New Jersey beaches, beginning the process of re-opening the state to its “new normal.” The order went into effect on May 22, the weekend of the unofficial start of the summer. The governor also recently allowed high schools to host in-person graduation ceremonies starting July 6, according to NorthJersey.com.

Sanders takes lead as super Tuesday approaches

Bernie Sanders has been declared the winner by a large margin in the Nevada Caucus on Feb. 22, further cementing his status as the candidate to beat in the Democratic primary, according to Vox.

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