With all the advancements in technology over the years, chatbots are nothing new. Chatbots are artificial intelligence (AI) bots capable of being asked questions and replying with information, or websites. Technology such as Google Assistant, Siri, and Alexa are all chatbots. There is an emerging chatbot that seems to be… Continue reading ChatGPT

Identity theft

Identity theft is the fraudulent acquisition and use of a person’s identifying information, usually for financial gain. There are different types of identity theft including online, medical, and economic identity theft. Someone committing identity theft can steal and buy things with another person’s credit cards, steal tax refunds, open credit… Continue reading Identity theft

Ukraine Receives Western Tanks, Potential Effect on War Effort

On Wednesday, several western countries and members of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) confirmed that they will be sending Main Battle Tanks (MBTs) to Ukraine. Tanks in the package include Leopard 2 MBTs (German) and M1A1 Abrams MBTs (United States). Sources from CNN familiar with the ongoing American deliberations… Continue reading Ukraine Receives Western Tanks, Potential Effect on War Effort

Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis speaks at a press conference to announce the award of $100 million for beach recovery following Hurricanes Ian and Nicole in Daytona Beach Shores, Florida. The funding will support beach nourishment projects within 16 coastal counties, with hard- hit Volusia County receiving the largest grant, over $37 million. (Photo by Paul Hennessy / SOPA Images/Sipa USA)

Florida rejects African American Studies AP Course, cites Critical Race Theory

(Featured image provided by Paul Hennessy / SOPA Images/Sipa) A little over nine months ago, the Florida Department of Education rejected 41% of submitted math textbooks, citing Critical Race Theory (CRT) as the reason. Now, another educational resource has been dismissed for similar reasons. The College Board, an organization responsible… Continue reading Florida rejects African American Studies AP Course, cites Critical Race Theory

Failed GOP Candidate arrested for shootings

 (Featured photograph provided by Roberto E Rosales/Albuquerque Journal/ZUMA/REX/Shutterstock) Recently, New Mexico Republican Solomon Peña was arrested by authorities for hiring, and participating in, the shootings of four homes. Sources say that Peña likely had been angry after losing the election for a seat in the state legislature to incumbent Rep.… Continue reading Failed GOP Candidate arrested for shootings


Earthworms are terrestrial invertebrates that belong to the phylum Annelida. They exhibit a “tube-within-a-tube body plan,” meaning they are externally segmented with corresponding internal segmentation and they usually have setae on all segments. They live in habitats worldwide wherever soil, water, and temperature allow. Through their activity in the soil,… Continue reading Earthworm’s

2022’s Best Sellers

Some books offer advice on habitual things or how to handle our mental or physical well-being. Other books transport people to different worlds, times, or places. Some people prefer other methods to gain the same knowledge or experience, such as movies, podcasts, or even music.  Others prefer the tangibility of… Continue reading 2022’s Best Sellers

Supporters of Ex Brazilian President Storm Capital and State Institutions

Supporters of former Brazilian president Jair Bolsanaro recently stormed the National Congress of Brazil and the Três Poderes Plaza (Three Powers Plaza) in Brasilia, the nation’s capital. Protestors attacked and successfully entered the National Congress, Supreme Court, and Presidential Palace after overwhelming security forces who were sent to protect the… Continue reading Supporters of Ex Brazilian President Storm Capital and State Institutions

President Joe Biden listens during a news conference with Mexican President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador and Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau at the 10th North American Leaders’ Summit at the National Palace in Mexico City, Tuesday, Jan. 10, 2023. (AP Photo/Andrew Harnik)

Classified Government Documents found in Biden’s Office

(Featured image provided by Andrew Harnik/AP) Recently, news broke out that several classified United States (U.S.) government documents were found in an office space once belonging to President Joe Biden at the Penn Biden Center for Diplomacy and Global Engagement, where he once served as an honorary professor at Pennsylvania… Continue reading Classified Government Documents found in Biden’s Office

Vaccinating Bees

The U.S. Department of Agriculture has released new information that a vaccine has been successfully produced to protect bees against disease. Disease can spread in a beehive  as quickly as three weeks, which can kill the entire hive. This vaccine is the first-ever vaccine for insects. One-third of the world’s… Continue reading Vaccinating Bees

Christmas Origins

By: Thomas Horvath When you think of Christmas, what do you think of? Presents, cookies, Santa, all sorts of things. But most of us never think about why we celebrate this holiday in the first place. In this article, I will go over how Christmas and its traditions came to… Continue reading Christmas Origins

Stress Relief

Stress, as defined in the dictionary, is a state of mental or emotional strain or tension resulting from adverse or very demanding circumstances, or something that causes mental strain. It is your body’s way of responding to threats or any kind of danger, when your body senses danger stress is… Continue reading Stress Relief

Noodle the Pug

Noodles the pug became a hit TikTok sensation with his owner, Jonathan Graziano when Graziano began a game of “bones” or “no bones.”  Graziano would sit Noodles upright, and if the dog flopped back into bed, it would be a “no bones” day, and Graziano would urge people to be… Continue reading Noodle the Pug

The Avian Flu

The Avian Flu, also known as the bird flu, has wiped out over 50.5 million birds of all types. The Avian Flu mostly affects birds but can also be passed to humans. Chickens, turkeys, and other birds have been affected by the worst U.S. animal-health disaster in history. The number… Continue reading The Avian Flu

Russia War Crimes document circulating in EU, opposed by ICC chief prosecutor

Recently, a draft has been going around a United Nations (UN) headquarters in New York for a Nuremberg-like tribunal to hold Russia responsible for all the war crimes it has committed in its war on Ukraine. Ever since the invasion of Ukraine began on February 24th this year under the… Continue reading Russia War Crimes document circulating in EU, opposed by ICC chief prosecutor

Free Speech

By: Thomas Horvath In America, we follow the Constitution that our country was founded on. The First Amendment of the Constitution grants the right to freedom of expression. This was a relatively new thing at the time for people other than the top one percent of the population. Now you… Continue reading Free Speech

Celebrity Influence

By: Thomas Horvath Everyone knows what a celebrity is, a celebrity is someone famous. The term comes from the word celebrate, which means that celebrities are celebrated by society or the public. But is this still true? Celebrities are famous, but do their opinions really matter to anyone anymore? Should… Continue reading Celebrity Influence

Mauna Loa Eruption

Mauna Loa, the largest active volcano in the world, is located in Hawaii.  The volcano started an eruption on Sunday at 11:30 pm HST.  The Hawaii Emergency Management Agency stated, “No communities downslope from the caldera are immediately threatened, and about half of all recorded Mauna Loa eruptions have been… Continue reading Mauna Loa Eruption

China COVID-19 Lockdown force government to loosen restrictions

In China’s Xinjiang Province, protests have erupted in recent weeks over the Chinese government’s strict enforcement of its COVID-19 policies. Rumors began spreading after a fire in the capital city of the Xinjiang Province, Ürümqi, killed 10 Ürümqi residents and injured many more. Video of the fire captured by nearby… Continue reading China COVID-19 Lockdown force government to loosen restrictions

Drug Cartel responsible for 1/3 of all cocaine trade in Europe has been taken down

(Featured image provided by REUTERS/Yves Herman/File Photo) Recently, law enforcement authorities from six different countries joined together to take down a major cartel in Europe which is allegedly responsible for a third of all cocaine trading in the continent. Europol, the European Union’s (EU) government crime agency, said on Monday… Continue reading Drug Cartel responsible for 1/3 of all cocaine trade in Europe has been taken down

Poisonous Toads

Bufo Alvarius, also known as the Sonoran desert toad or the Colorado river toad. These species are one of the largest toad species found in North America, measuring about 7 inches. This toad has a unique low-pitch weak toot sound that they make as well as psychedelic toxins. The toxins… Continue reading Poisonous Toads

Thanksgiving History

Thanksgiving was a holiday celebrated by many U.S states and colonies individually until President Abraham Lincoln made it a national holiday in 1863.  Lincoln had declared the holiday to be celebrated on the final Thursday of November.  However, President Franklin D. Roosevelt moved the holiday to be celebrated a week… Continue reading Thanksgiving History

Who Can Goku Beat?

By: Thomas Horvath Son Goku from the Dragon Ball series is often described as unbeatable by many fans of the franchise. But is this true? While Goku does have immense power, there are some superheroes that he cannot beat. Still, he has a good chance against many heroes you wouldn’t… Continue reading Who Can Goku Beat?

Deer Accidents

About 1.5 million deer-related accidents happen annually, resulting in more than $1 billion in annual insured losses. These accidents also cause about 175-200 fatalities and 10,000 injuries annually. It is predicted that drivers would hit and kill around 40,000 fewer deer each year if the United States (U.S.) decided to… Continue reading Deer Accidents


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