Nabi Tajimi, Oldest Person in the World, Dies at 117

By Max Felsenstein The oldest person in the world, Nabi Tajima, passed away on Saturday in Akari, Japan at the age of 117. She was the last known person born in the 19th century as she was born on Aug. 4, 1900. Tajima had nine children including seven sons and two daughters, and according to the Associated Press, she had more than 160 descendants. She … Continue reading Nabi Tajimi, Oldest Person in the World, Dies at 117

The U.S., Allies Launch Attack on Syrian Chemical Weapons Facilities

By Ryman Curtis In the early morning hours of Saturday, 105 missiles lit up the skies of Syria. The missiles, launched by a coalition of the U.S., British and French militaries, were directed at two targets: the Barzah Research and Development Center and the Him Shinshar chemical weapons complex. In a news conference the next morning, the U.S. military claimed victory, detailing what Joint Staff … Continue reading The U.S., Allies Launch Attack on Syrian Chemical Weapons Facilities

Land Day Protests Take Place in Palestine

By Mel Dikert For the past two weeks, tens of thousands of Palestinians have been gathering at the Gaza Strip’s border in what is being called the Great March of Return to demand the right for Palestinian refugees to return to Israel. The protests have been dubbed the Land Day protests due to their starting on March 30, which is known as Land Day. Having … Continue reading Land Day Protests Take Place in Palestine

Terror Attack in Trebes, France

By Mel Dikert Radouane Lakdim, a 25-year-old self-proclaimed soldier of the Islamic State, stormed into the Super U supermarket with a handgun and a large knife on the morning of Friday, March 23. The Super U is located in Trebes, France, “a town of about 5,500,” and on this particular morning, “more than two dozen people were doing their weekly shopping,” says the New York … Continue reading Terror Attack in Trebes, France

Drewids React to Potential Trump, Kim Talks

Michael McCurry Early last week in a surprise move, President Trump agreed to a meeting with North Korean Dictator Kim Jong-un. According to the New York Times, during a meeting with South Korean officials, President Trump was relayed a direct invitation from the North Korean leader. The person who relayed the invitation was South Korean National Security Advisor Chung Eui-yong, who had met with Kim … Continue reading Drewids React to Potential Trump, Kim Talks

Senate Fails To Resolve DACA Debate

By Mel Dikert      Tuesday, Feb. 13, the fate of Dreamers was put into the hands of the Senate as they began yet another debate over immigration. The term “Dreamers” refers to a group of hundreds of thousands of immigrants–Vox says about 700,000–who were illegally brought into this country as children, sometime before they were 16 years old. Currently, the age range of the … Continue reading Senate Fails To Resolve DACA Debate

North Korea Proposes New Peace Summit With South Korea

By: Brittany Greve      With the 2018 Olympic Winter Games currently being held in PyeongChang, South Korea, there have been millions of eyes on the country and the actions they take. According to Reuters, North Korean leader Kim Jong Un’s sister, Kim Yo Jong, personally invited South Korean President Moon Jae-in to visit North Korea and meet with Kim Jong Un. This was the … Continue reading North Korea Proposes New Peace Summit With South Korea