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President Trump, First President to be Impeached Twice

January 14, 2021

TheBroadcaster · President Trump, First President to be Impeached Twice Donald J. Trump, the 45th president of the United States was impeached by the The United States House of Representatives for...

Twitter permanently bans Trump from platform

January 14, 2021

On Friday, U.S. President Donald Trump's Twitter account was suspended shortly after twitter announced his absence on the platform might reduce “further incitement of violence.” Twitter said in...

Teacher temporarily relieved after attending the U.S. Capitol riots

January 14, 2021

A pending investigation is underway about a staff member’s position after it was released that they took part in the D.C. riots.  On Thursday January 7th, Thomas Parker, the Superintendent of Allentown...

Newspaper front pages from around the world document insurrection at U.S. Capitol

Newspaper front pages from around the world document insurrection at U.S. Capitol
January 8, 2021

Newspapers around the United States and the world published banner headlines and shocking pictures from the Trump-backed mob that stormed the U.S. Capitol building yesterday, January 6, 2021. Below...

Biden’s Dog to be First Shelter Dog in White House

January 2, 2021

TheBroadcaster · Biden’s Dog to be First Shelter Dog in White House Approximately 3.2 billion animals are adopted from shelters each year. The Biden’s family dog Major is no exception. During the...

Editorial: Progressivism Wins Elections

November 24, 2020

One of the big issues concerning the nomination of the democratic party’s presidential candidate this past year was whether the candidates were too progressive to appeal to a majority of voters in the...

Democrats raise concerns about USPS changes with election looming

October 29, 2020

The Postmaster General Louis DeJoy has faced intense scrutiny since the changes he made to the US Postal Service. The changes he intends to make will happen after the election. According to the Washington...

Deadliest Year for Transgender People Recorded in US

October 26, 2020

At least 33 transgender or gender non-conforming people have been killed in the United States so far in 2020, according to the Human Rights Campaign. The Human Rights Campaign (HRC) has been keeping...

President Trump and First Lady Test Positive for Covid-19

President Trump speaks at at NASA’s Kennedy Space Center in Florida on Saturday, May 30, 2020.  Trump and his wife Melania both tested positive for COVID-19.  (NASA/Bill Ingalls)
October 2, 2020
This announcement comes days after the first presidential debate of 2020, where both President Trump and Melania Trump were in close contact with many other members of both candidates' campaigns. Hope Hicks, President Trump’s senior counselor prompted this diagnosis when she too tested positive. 

Guide to Voting in the 2020 Election

September 21, 2020

Voting, especially in times like these, is quintessential. However, trying to navigate the ins and outs of voting, especially for beginners, may be rather difficult. Thankfully, certain aspects of voting...

Honoring Flag Day

Flags stand in a row in the sunlight. Flag Day is celebrated on June 14 every year. (Creative Commons)
June 14, 2020

The lesser-known of the summer’s patriotic holidays, this day focuses on one key part of our nation: the flag. Flag day was established in 1916 by President Woodrow Wilson as a day of honor on the...

Pride Month moves online in virtual event due to pandemic

Pictured is the Stonewall Inn during Pride Week in 2017.  The Stonewall Riot was a pivotal moment in LGBT+ history.  (Victoria Pickering/CC BY-NC-ND 2.0)
June 1, 2020

Annually, the month of June is marked by LGBT+ pride parades and events in honor of the community’s past and present struggles. This year, however, COVID-19 casts an ominous shadow over this historic...

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