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Thailand Navy Seals Successfully Rescue some Boys from Flooded Cave

Efforts to rescue the Thai boys’ soccer team stuck in a cave have started to become successful. After weeks of being forced back due...

Why don’t we pay college athletes?

College athletics: Beautiful stadiums, millions of fans, and big time revenue. Coaches get paid millions, schools are constantly upgrading facilities, and athletes get…well, college...

International Law: Catalonia and the drive for independence

Catalonia has been making headlines recently in its quest to break off from Spain and be independent. Carles Puigdemont, Catalonia’s president, stated that the...

Floating Islands with their own Governments coming to an Ocean Near You

If the current political environment is stressing you out or if you’re just looking for a change, a movement of philanthropists, academics and investors...

Danica Roem takes over the 13th district of Virginia

Danica Roem, the newly elected representative from the 13th district of Virginia in the North of the state, comes after a slew of GOP...

North Korea no longer willing to collaborate with South Korea in the Pre-Olympics Joint...

Since early January, after Kim Jong-un’s New Year’s Day Speech, North and South Korean leaders were discussing, bringing North Koreans to the Pyeongchang Winter...

A surprise win for Venezuela’s ruling party

Despite polling experts estimating that Maduro's PSUV (the United Socialist Party of Venezuela) would lose to their opposition parties' candidates, Congress' regional elections for...

France’s President asks for tougher sanctions against Venezuela

The crisis in Venezuela continues to aggravate and different leaders across the globe have noticed it. Venezuela is a recurrent topic in almost every...

China is becoming an Episode of Black Mirror

In a move that sounds like something straight out of an episode of Black Mirror, China is setting up a ranking system that will...
Supreme Court

Supreme Court Opens Up Sports Gambling

The Supreme Court has reversed a 1992 federal law that banned gambling on commercial sports in a majority of states. The Supreme Court’s ruling...

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