• Let’s Talk about Earth Day
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    Consistently falling on April 22nd, the annual event has been celebrated since 1970, and with the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) beginning operations a little over seven months afterward (12/02/1970), this first Earth Day may have been the beginning of modern environmentalism. Back in the ‘70s, Earth Day was meant to increase awareness for oil spills, […]

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  • What Does the Mueller Report Mean for Trump?
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    After almost two years of subpoenas, interviews, and fact-gathering, all amid both subtle and vocal attacks by Donald Trump and Fox News, the Mueller investigation has finally ended. In May of 2017, a week after Trump abruptly fired FBI director James Comey—thus ending his probe into potential collusion with the Russian government in the 2016 […]

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  • Wind Power’s Significance to Our Future
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    Will wind power become a key factor for our so planned “green” future? With global warming not seeming to stop, more and more people are starting to care about our planet every day. Although fossil fuel power stations have been our major source for electricity, due to their greenhouse emissions, they are not considered viable […]

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  • Future of the MAX Series
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    On March 13, 2019, U.S. President Donald Trump announced that the United States would ground all Boeing 737 Max 8 and 9 jets. This was in response to the Lion Air and Ethiopian Air crashes, which happened only five months apart. The U.S. was actually one of the last countries to do so, being behind […]

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  • A Big Week for Outer Space
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    The past week brought a slew of both frightening and exciting advances in space technology around the world. India joined a list of only 4 countries to ever shoot down a satellite orbiting Earth. SpaceX successfully tested its Hopper rocket module and will launch the Falcon Heavy rocket for the second time on Sunday evening. […]

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  • Why Generation Z Is Changing The World
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    Generation Z is one that will change the world. The up and coming Generation Z  includes people born between the year 1995 and 2010. This group of people are almost completely composed of students, who have been educated and have grown up in the age of technology. The internet was made accessible in 1995 and […]

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  • The Politics of Condemnation
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    Now that voters can follow lawmakers on Twitter with the press of a button, members of Congress are expected to comment on everything that happens. Gone are the days when politicians could eschew discussing sensitive or difficult issues by dishing a mere “no comment” to probing reporters. Now, politicians are expected to take to Twitter […]

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  • The Future Impacts of Brexit
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    It has been more than two years since the controversial topic of Brexit first entered the public conversation. Now, the consequences of Brexit has begun to appear. Recently, British Mindline International, as known as BMI, declared its bankruptcy. This sudden announcement by the airline impacted lots of people greatly, including employees and passengers. The company […]

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  • The Return of the Net Neutrality Debate
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    In 2017, the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) repealed net neutrality, an act established by the Obama administration to prevent Internet service providers discriminating how broadband is used. This act, passed in February 2015, helped ensure equal usage of the internet by making it illegal for companies to block or slow down internet speeds when accessing […]

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