In the last few months, tensions have been rising between Israel, Palestine, and their allies, especially with the election of a new president in the United States. Historically rival clans, and now in modern times, rival states, Israel and Palestine have always been at odds over territory – specifically, over the ancient city of Jerusalem. … More Jerusalem: a History
By Kennedy Oliver-Sorrell Serena Williams took the win over older sister Venus in an intense match this past weekend at the Australian Open. The competition throughout the Australian Open has been anything but less of exciting. Especially with the anticipated match between the Williams sisters who have both individually created household names for themselves in … More Competitors on the Court, Sisters Off
The Woman’s March took place January 21, 2017, one day after the inauguration of Donald Trump as president of the United States. It was originally the Woman’s March on Washington but quickly became a worldwide march. Reaching all seven continents, approximately 4.8 million people from all around the world participated. In Washington alone there was … More Celebrities In Support Of The Woman’s March
By: Lisette Yanez Lately, the importance of personal privacy has been questioned as law enforcers detest not being able to hack into the technologies of possible suspects and known terrorists. Americans today have grown accustomed to the modern and ever-changing technology; the comfort and service it provides makes everyday life a lot easier. So … More Privacy Vs. Safety
Every four years, our government and our nation celebrates it’s monumental achievements. On January 20th the President of the United States swears an oath to uphold the laws of the land with his body and soul. Just as traditionally, the new President (or “renewed” President, in many cases,) give their inaugural address. Generally, these speeches … More Inauguration Day, 2017
By: Michael Olivares On January 1, 2017, Californians and Tourist in Los Angeles woke up to see the Famous Hollywood sign, located on Mount Lee, was tampered with and changed to “HOLLYWEED” overnight. 30 year old artist, Zachary Cole Fernandez, vandalize the Hollywood sign. Fernandez confessed to his crime and was booked for misdemeanor trespassing. … More Hollyweed ?
By: Xavior Reyna 2016 has been a rough ride for those who have lost the ones they love and look up to. These role models that showed us it’s okay to be different and to never give up on our dreams. To honor them, let’s take a minute to reflect on why they were admired … More Honoring Those Who passed during 2016
By : Alex Chavez Inspector General, Micheal E. Horowitz, has decided to open an investigation into the Justice Department & the FBI. What prompted this sudden investigation was the public outcry and numerous requests from members of Congress to look into policies and procedures that weren’t followed in the Clinton Investigation. FBI Director, James Comey, … More Investigation into the Justice Department & FBI over Clinton Probe
On January 10, 2017 the 44th president of the United States, Barrack Obama, said his last and final speech. Obama’s final speech was one for the history books. He spoke about the many hopes he has for the nation going forward, also saying that we need to uphold laws against discrimination, and hearts must change. … More Celebs Reacts to President Obama’s Last Speech.
By: Sam Marquez Texas recently implemented a rule that when a fetus is aborted it must be disposed of properly. Which in retrospect, isn’t so bad, though many protests have begun to rise and this situation has social media on the edge of their seats. The result of this out roar is due to only … More Texas vs Abortion Rights