Revolts in the Asian country of Kazakhstan began the week of Jan. 3 as gas prices swelled. The country, which gained independence in 1991, exports a large amount of … Continue reading What Kazakh Unrest Means for Russia
“Many are starting to ask themselves, what will it take for the people in power to wake up? But let’s be clear: they are already wake. They know exactly … Continue reading Teenager’s Small Carbon Footprint Making a Big Change
On July 12, 2021, an innocent mother was brutally murdered by Taliban fighters in her Faryab home. In the same month, both women and girls were forcefully rounded up to … Continue reading Taliban Infringes on Women’s Rights in Afghanistan
Americans and Afghans alike are scrambling to flee the remnants of what was once a country of promise, as the country transforms into a state of over-crowded planes and fearful people. Aug. 31 2021: President Joe Biden ordered that all U.S. troops be pulled … Continue reading Afghanistan, U.S.: Where did We go Wrong?
The characters in Jessie to Hannah Montana raised the kids of the 2000’s. Racing home from elementary school to find what was on Disney channel was an integral part of childhood. In the U.K., this childhood favorite is officially shut … Continue reading Disney: A Ghost of a Memory in the U.K.
The volcanoes on Spain’s Canary Islands have been dormant for nearly half a century until an unexpected eruption on the afternoon of September 19 at 3:30 p.m. local time, rocked … Continue reading Volcanic Eruption Engulfs La Palma Island
In early September 2021, over 15,000 Haitian migrants crossed the Rio Grande River into Texas, living in squalid conditions under the Del Rio International Bridge and hoping for a … Continue reading No Man’s Land: Haitian Migrants Live in Horrific Conditions along Texas Border
In late 2019, the tropical Storm Imelda drenched Texas in under 40 inches of rain, enough to make it the fifth wettest recorded tropical cyclone to strike the lower 48 … Continue reading Global Warming Likely to Cause Dallas Rain Bombs