Jamie Speka reflects on the key features of conservative political ideology pertaining to human rights, the effects of its rising prevalence around the world, and the future of the political landscape in the new era of conservatism.
Lucy Connors narrates her experience of Atlanta, Georgia, an eclectic city with new things to discover in every nook and cranny.
Jamie Speka talks to residents in California and Texas as they protest against the US Supreme Court’s decision to overturn Roe v. Wade.
Following the Supreme Court’s vote to overturn Roe v Wade, Features Editor Maggie John discusses what this means for the country’s future and women’s rights.
Isabel Langguth explores the history of book banning and why it is still happening today.
A new dawn is upon the United States following Trump’s departure from the White House and the future of the nation is uncertain. Jack Walton walks us through Biden’s first few weeks and predictions for the next four years of his presidency.
Over a thousand students and staff at two US universities have been quarantined following a measles outbreak. People under the quarantine have been advised to stay at home and avoid other people. They have been barred from public transport and could face prosecution if they disobey their quarantine. They could face prosecution if they disobey […]
America needs a revamp, simple as. In the State of the Union on 30th January, President Trump addressed the legislative agenda and policies for the near future with infrastructure proving front and centre. The American people already had word of a new – long overdue – infrastructure plan about a week prior to the State […]
I’d been dreading this move for weeks. It’s directly in line with everything we know about Trump and the incompetence he’s surrounded himself with, so I’m not surprised to hear that President Trump has fired the head of the FBI, James Comey. The White House press has been vigorously engaging itself in vain attempts to […]
Has Donald Trump made America great again? One hundred days into his presidency, this is the question we should be asking. The man who rode into the White House on powerful promises and inflammatory rhetoric has arguably had enough time now to enact his major pledges, especially given that he assured his supporters during the […]