Florida Governor Ron DeSantis to be investigated for sending migrants to Martha’s Vineyard

(Featured Image provided by Luis Santana/AP) Florida Governor Ron DeSantis is being investigated for his connections to an incident that happened last Wednesday, September 14, 2022, involving 50 migrants from Venezuela. These migrants were initially staying at a shelter in San Antonio, Texas, when they were approached by a woman they called “Perla” who persuaded them to board a flight to Boston where they could … Continue reading Florida Governor Ron DeSantis to be investigated for sending migrants to Martha’s Vineyard

Anti-Royalist arrests spark protest over Free Speech

Two men were recently arrested in Scotland during separate processions for the coffin containing the now-deceased Queen Elizabeth II and during her son’s ascension to the throne, King Charles III. King Charles was leading the procession for his mother’s coffin through Edinburgh, Scotland when mid-procession, one Anti-Royalist protester was spotted holding a sign containing the slogan “F*** Imperialism, abolish monarchy.”. The protester was approached by … Continue reading Anti-Royalist arrests spark protest over Free Speech

William Ruto sworn in as Kenya’s fifth president

On Tuesday, September 13, 2022, 55-year-old William Ruto was sworn in as the official 5th president of Kenya after winning the August 9th election by a very narrow margin. Moreover, he also had to deal with a challenge made to the Supreme Court by his opponent, Raila Odinga, to reject the results and not declare him the winner.  For the majority of the election, it … Continue reading William Ruto sworn in as Kenya’s fifth president

James Webb Telescope Takes First Photo of Distant World

The theory of new worlds might have just been confirmed by the James Webb Space Telescope from the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA). The telescope captured the exoplanet, HIP 65426 b, which is at least 6 times larger than Jupiter. The exoplanet is also a gas-giant, so it couldn’t support life. Additionally, NASA states that, unlike our 4.5-billion-year-old Earth, HIP 65426 b is about … Continue reading James Webb Telescope Takes First Photo of Distant World

Johnson Resigns, New British Prime Minister Ordained

After the resignation of former British Prime Minister Boris Johnson earlier this year, several weeks later, a replacement Prime Minister was appointed by a cabinet. Liz Truss was named the new British Prime Minister after meeting with the Queen of England on Tuesday at the Balmoral Castle in Scotland. Boris Johnson also resigned at the location before the new Prime Minister arrived, being driven away … Continue reading Johnson Resigns, New British Prime Minister Ordained

VP of Argentina survives Assassination Attempt

The vice president of Argentina, Cristina Fernandez, just survived an assassination attempt last Thursday, September 1, 2022, due to sheer luck. Supporters of the vice president gathered around her home in Buenos Aires last week to show support in face of a prosecutor calling for Fernandez to be given a 12-year sentence as well as life-long probation from holding public office, over allegations of corruption … Continue reading VP of Argentina survives Assassination Attempt

Ukraine Begins Southern Offensive around Kherson

Recently, the government of Ukraine under President Vlodymr Zelensky announced that their long-anticipated Southern Counter Offensive against Russian forces around the Kherson area had “begun in full force.’ Ukrainian forces were reportedly shelling Russian positions around Kherson and Chernihiv early yesterday morning, as they attempted to soften up Russian defensives around those specific regions before they began a frontal assault against Russian trenches. Russian forces … Continue reading Ukraine Begins Southern Offensive around Kherson

“Man of the Hole” dies, completing a decades-long genocide

  Recently, a native man indigenous to the Brazilian Amazon was found dead by the Fundação Nacional do Índio (Funai), a Brazilian indigenous conservation agency. He had no known name and was simply referred to as Índio do Buraco, or “Man of the Hole” since he had been observed to have made dozens of holes over the years he spent in isolation. He is thought … Continue reading “Man of the Hole” dies, completing a decades-long genocide

Former Prime Minister of Australia Investigated by Government

The Prime Minister of Australia, recently elected Anthony Albanese, has opened an investigation into former government ministers who were present under the last Australian administration, which was led by Scott Morrison. Former PM Morrison had recently given himself several administrative positions within the Australian government between 2020-2021, without the knowledge of the (at that time) incoming Albanese Administration. This is a highly illegal act within … Continue reading Former Prime Minister of Australia Investigated by Government

Former PM of Pakistan Imran Khan charged for terrorism

Pakistani police have charged former Pakistani prime minister and cricket star Imran Khan with terrorism, on accounts of him causing increased political tension in the country after he was kicked out of office in April. On Saturday, August 20, 2022,  Khan gave a speech in Islamabad, Pakistan’s capital, to his supporters where he vowed to take legal action against a female judge and the head … Continue reading Former PM of Pakistan Imran Khan charged for terrorism