Impeachment Inquiry Part 2

On July 25, 2019, President Donald Trump allegedly offered a “Quid Pro Quo” to Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky, during a phone call in which he stipulated that military assistance to Ukraine would be withheld unless he publicly investigated Trump’s political rival’s son, Hunter Biden, and his relationship to Burisma. This phone call has been at... Continue Reading →

Knicks Misery Timeline

It seems like it never ends for the Knicks. The season is well on its way now and the Knicks have already fallen to a horrible 4-14 start. For a team that has not made the playoffs since the 2012-2013 season, all you can do now is ask yourself, when will it end? Here is... Continue Reading →

Weekly Recap: Democratic Dropout Watch

Why it matters-  With the election fast approaching, Democratic candidates are fighting to remain in the minds of voters. The most important factor, currently, is who will qualify for the December debate and who will be forced to dropout because of lack of support or funding. The long-awaited primaries will begin in February, so the... Continue Reading →

NBA Trade Talks Have Started

5 Trades That Could Happen Before All-Star Break With a month into the NBA season and each team having played roughly 20 games, there are speculations for which players would be getting traded before the all-star break. Teams who have expected better win-loss records will look to further improve team synergy and certain aspects of... Continue Reading →

UK Election Round-Up

Jeremy Corbyn (left), Labour Party and opposition leader, will attempt to earn a majority in the UK House of Commons and unseat Conservative Party leader Boris Johnson (right) as Prime Minister on December 12 Labour Party: The Labour Party, led by Jeremy Corbyn, has based their platform in increased spending on housing and climate change... Continue Reading →

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