09.28.20. Poll Dancing

As the first Presidential Debate of 2020 fast approaches, we look at civil unrest in America as the polls continue to show a wide gap between candidates Joe Biden and Donald Trump. Public outcry and civil unrest have erupted in Continue reading 09.28.20. Poll Dancing

09.07.20. The Heat is On

This week in addition to election news, we examine the devastating wildfires in California, and how the record heat in western states is leading to widespread power shortages.  Continue reading 09.07.20. The Heat is On

08.11.20. Blast in Beirut

A recent devastating explosion in Lebanon’s port city capital of Beirut has raised questions over the country’s leadership, and the role that the international community will play in providing aid moving forward. Continue reading 08.11.20. Blast in Beirut

06.06.20. Who Was Jeffrey Epstein?

With the arrest of Jeffrey Epstein associate and former girlfriend Ghislaine Maxwell, we examine questions about the late sex offender’s fortune, whether he was as rich as some claim, and Epstein’s possible connections to the intelligence community. Continue reading 06.06.20. Who Was Jeffrey Epstein?

06.17.20. Autonomy, or Anarchy?

The Capital Hill Autonomous Zone in Seattle has aroused controversy over what some call a “takeover” by political activists in the city. But has media reporting on the situation been accurate, and does it represent autonomy, anarchy, or something else? Continue reading 06.17.20. Autonomy, or Anarchy?

06.08.20. The Age of Dissent

This week continues our analysis of the public response to George Floyd’s killing and opposition by military leaders to President Donald Trump’s desire to deploy the military in curbing violence during protests. Continue reading 06.08.20. The Age of Dissent