KH talks about the past protests of the Dakota Access Pipeline and explains the recent executive actions enacted by President Trump.
More than a year after the Charleston shooting gunman Dylann Roof has been sentenced to death. Read here for explanations about how his actions reminded Americans of a more pervasive issue.
KH explores some Southern state's initiatives to restrict the LGBT+ community's legal protection, and the way celebrities have lashed out in recent months in response to controversial legislation.
A new type of advertising changes the game, prompting some mixed reviews.
The number of deaths caused by toddlers who found guns in their homes is startling to many. KH details the heated battles surrounding gun control.
KH writes about the abolishment of a controversial law in France that many are calling a leap forward in the fight for transgender rights.
SS discusses the possible manifestations of Trump's immigration policies in light of recent interviews and protests.
The non-consensual release of Hulk Hogan’s sex tape leads to court case that will set a standard for the information the media is able to share about celebrities, and a settlement was just reached.
KH talks about the revolutionary changes that will come to US currency within the next few years.
With protests and videos, SS explains the most recent publicized police shooting.
KH describes the bombing that took place in New York City on Saturday night.
OH discusses Sandra Bland's case and how many are hoping it will result in jail reform.
The assailant has been released. SS explains the Stanford rape case and the powerful message the victim wrote to the public about her attacker.
Georgetown has recently released a statement about a new admissions procedure involving the descendants of slaves. KH discusses the #GU272 movement to acknowledge the significant impact slavery had on the creation of many highly esteemed places of higher education.
Yet another one bites the dust... KH describes another political scandal.
KH discusses why the bathroom bill that North Carolina passed is a huge source of contention, why the Federal Government sued the state, and why the state sued back.
SS talks about public housing in America and why the tensions between lower income and higher income residents are so high.
The Justice Department released a report today about the pervasiveness of racial bias in the Baltimore police department. OH describes the report and what changes it may lead to.
KH discusses the first ever team of refugees competing in this year's Olympic Games.
Over 1000 women and over 80 men were murdered in "honor killings" in Pakistan last year. SS describes what these killings are, why they are atrocious, and why they are seemingly unstoppable.
KH discusses both the deaths of Philando Castile and Alton Sterling and of five police officers at a Black Lives Matter rally in Dallas, Texas.
Responding to a country and community in mourning after the shooting in Orlando, President Obama declared the Stonewall Inn in New York City the first national landmark to honor the LGBTQ+ movement.
The CIA recently declassified 50 documents due to a lawsuit filed by the ACLU which included details about the infamous enhanced interrogation techniques.
Take a moment of silence. 49 people were killed at a nightclub on Sunday, June 12th. SS writes about how the attack has reawakened outrage on either side of political the aisle, in very different ways.
This the resounding argument from the US Women's National Soccer Team after issuing a complaint that the US Soccer Federation pays the men's team, who is considerable less successful, nearly four times as much as them.
Gentrification has been divisive occurrence in urban areas over the last decade. KH eloquently describes why it is occurring, the arguments for and against it, and what happens afterward.
KH discusses the lawsuits filed against both a Snapchat user and the company itself in the wake of a car accident which is believed to have occured because said Snapchat user was snapchatting at the wheel.
The Mississippi governor announces this controversial proclamation, inciting debates over the Mississippi state flag, Confederate Flag, and idea of "South Heritage" as a whole.
Target recently made a statement that they will allow transgender people to use the bathrooms that correspond with the gender they identify with. In response, the AFA has raised concerns over public safety. Read more in order to discover both sides of the issue.