First Congressional Public Hearing on UFOs in Decades

(Featured Image provided by Wikimedia Commons) For the first time in several decades, a public congressional hearing was held in the United States (U.S) government on the topic of Unidentified Aerial Phenomenon (UAFs), more commonly known as Unidentified Flying Objects (UFOs). The last time a hearing was made on the topic was back in 1966 by Project Blue Book, a program run by the US … Continue reading First Congressional Public Hearing on UFOs in Decades

“Bongbong” to win Philippines presidential election

Ferdinand Marcos Jr, better known as “Bongbong” to the Filipinos as well as the son of the late dictator Marcos Sr, is set to win the Philippines’ presidential election according to some unofficial results. 95% of the total votes have been counted so far, and Bongbong had an astonishing lead of about 30 million votes, while his closest rival, the incumbent Vice President Leni Robredo, … Continue reading “Bongbong” to win Philippines presidential election

Leaked Supreme Court Draft reveals decision to overrule abortion rights

(Featured photo provided by Alex Brandon/AP) On Monday, Politico obtained and leaked an initial majority draft opinion written by Supreme Court Of The United States (SCOTUS) Justice Samuel Alito. In the 98-page draft, which was originally circulated throughout the court back in February, it’s evident that the Supreme Court has decided to strike down the 1973 Roe v. Wade case, which guaranteed the right to … Continue reading Leaked Supreme Court Draft reveals decision to overrule abortion rights

Florida Governor Ron DeSantis signs new Election Fraud Bill

(Featured image provided by John Raoux/AP) On Monday, April 25th, Florida Governor Ron DeSantis signed a new bill into law intending to establish an election “police force.” Formally known as Senate Bill 524, it was first proposed by Desantis himself to the Florida Legislature, to which Republican lawmakers took the idea and made it into an official bill. The bill comes after the context of … Continue reading Florida Governor Ron DeSantis signs new Election Fraud Bill

Florida bans 41% of submitted textbooks, cites Critical Race Theory

(Featured photo provided by Paul Hennessy/SOPA Images/LightRocket via Getty Images) Last Friday, April 15th, Florida’s Commissioner of Education, Richard Corcoran, approved the adoption of mathematical instructional materials to be put onto the state’s list that adhered to Florida’s Benchmarks for Excellent Student Thinking (B.E.S.T.) standards. However, out of the 132 submitted textbooks, a whopping 54, about 41%, of them were rejected from going onto the … Continue reading Florida bans 41% of submitted textbooks, cites Critical Race Theory

Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis signs two new bills to help Florida families

On Monday, Republican Florida Governor Ron DeSantis signed a new bill focused on addressing what House speaker Chris Sprowls calls a “fatherhood crisis” that the state is currently dealing with. The bill, formally known as HB 7065, showed support from Republicans and Democrats, and it unanimously passed Florida’s House and Senate. Under the measure, about $70 million from Florida’s budget will be allocated to various … Continue reading Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis signs two new bills to help Florida families

Missing Notebooks of Charles Darwin returned to Cambridge after two decades

In November of 2000, two notebooks that initially belonged to the famous naturalist Charles Darwin were taken out of storage at Cambridge University in England to be photographed. It was completed in the same month. However, it was discovered during a routine check made in January of the following year that the box which contained the books had not been returned to its original place. … Continue reading Missing Notebooks of Charles Darwin returned to Cambridge after two decades

Moscow bans interview of Zelensky talking about the war

It’s already one month into the war and not much is changing between Russia and Ukraine. Many Ukrainians continue to flee the country, and the Russian government continues to crack down on the spread of “fake news” about the war in the country. Russian President Vladimir Putin has even gone as far as to sign a new law in which anyone who is found to … Continue reading Moscow bans interview of Zelensky talking about the war

Russian government cracking down on anti-war protests within its borders

The invasion by Russia of Ukraine has already shocked many people across the world, and some are taking it into their own hands to protest the invasion on social media, even Russians themselves. Not even a day after the invasion began on February 24, 2022, thousands of Russians had already begun to condemn Russian President Vladimir Putin for one of Moscow’s most aggressive military actions … Continue reading Russian government cracking down on anti-war protests within its borders

Florida advising against COVID-19 vaccinations for healthy children

Back in November of last year, the Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) recommended that children get the COVID-19 vaccine as soon as it became available to them, and since then, about 22 million children have been vaccinated. However, on Tuesday, the Florida Department of Health (FDOH) announced that they recommend that healthy children in the state not get vaccinated, making Florida the first … Continue reading Florida advising against COVID-19 vaccinations for healthy children