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Yesterday’s News Today: A coup by any other name

November 21, 2019

    In the wake of Evo Morales’ exit from office and subsequent social unrest in Bolivia, pundits, journalists and politicians have all tried to identify the unrest in the South American country. The...

Roger Stone, Trump campaigner, convicted of seven felonies

November 21, 2019

On Friday, one of President Trump’s former political advisors, Roger Stone, was convicted of seven felonies related to his actions in the 2016 presidential election. In January 2019, the FBI raided...

Bolivian President Resigns Amid Claims of Election Fraud

Bolivian President Resigns Amid Claims of Election Fraud
November 14, 2019

“The President of Mexico saved my life,” Evo Morales said in a press conference shortly after being greeted by Mexican Foreign Secretary Marcelo Ebrard on the runway of Mexico City International Airport....

French Police Dismantle Migrant Camps

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November 14, 2019

French police removed more than 1,000 migrants and immigrants from makeshift camps in Northern Paris on Thursday Nov. 7.  According to The Guardian, the migrants had been sleeping in poor conditions for...

Impeachment Updates: More Supoenas are Issued

Congress has issues more subpoenas in the impeachment investigation. (Photo from the AP)
October 17, 2019

Since the House of Representatives opened an impeachment inquiry against President Donald Trump last month, the process has produced bombshell development after bombshell development. Last week was no...

China Censors NBA, Blizzard and Several Companies

Blizzard, the NBA and Apple have been influenced by the Chinese government. (Photo from the AP)
October 17, 2019

After a seven-word tweet, a national discussion has begun, prompting an informal investigation into American companies being dominated by Chinese censorship. “Fight for freedom, stand with Hong Kong.”...

Column: Confessions of Most Prolific Serial Killer Point yo Law Enforcement Apathy

October 17, 2019

    In 2012, a pair of Louisville police officers entered a homeless shelter looking to apprehend and extradite a man connected with crimes in Los Angeles. His DNA, which was tied to several crimes in...

Column: Yesterday’s News Today The Price of U.S. Friendship

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October 10, 2019

What should a nation award to allies that have done the majority of the bleeding in a war? Surely some financial support for their damaged infrastructure, a tasty weapons deal or at the very least, advocacy...

Anti-Government protests continue in Iraq

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October 10, 2019

The streets of Iraq were flooded with protestors this week who have reportedly caught the attention of the Prime Minister Adil Abdul-Mahdi’s government. The New York Times reports that throughout the...

Peru in Constitutional Crisis

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October 10, 2019

Peru has been thrown into a constitutional crisis after the Peruvian president dissolved the country’s Congress which, in turn, has claimed his decision was unconstitutional. Congress then suspended...

Democrats Begin Impeachment Inquiry

October 3, 2019

“No one is above the law.” House Speaker Nancy Pelosi delivered this pointed rebuke of President Donald Trump as she announced the opening of an official impeachment inquiry. Whether or not the announcement...

Column: Yesterday’s News Today – The Troubles Part 2

October 3, 2019

The border between the Republic of Ireland and North Ireland is hard to pinpoint. Unlike in the ‘States, there are no logo-riddled signs spewing state slogans over an interstate highway. If you have...

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