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August, 2023

  • 9 August

    Credit Card Debt Exceeds $1 Trillion

    -Editorial The Federal Reserve Bank of New York’s Center for Microeconomic Data issued its Quarterly Report on Household Debt and Credit. The report shows a slight uptick in total household debt in the second quarter of 2023, increasing by $16 billion (0.1%) to $17.06 trillion. The report is based on …

  • 3 August

    Trump Indicted for Efforts to Overturn 2020 Elections

    -Editorial Another day, another indictment against Donald Trump as a special counsel brings charges concerning the January 6 riots in the nation’s capital. The former President claims it’s a witch hunt, positioning himself as the front-runner for the White House. Trump contested the 2020 election results, alleging mail-in ballot fraud, …

July, 2023

  • 25 July

    Why More Women Choose to Stay Single as Independence Grows?

    -Editorial In today’s society, more women are embracing their financial and emotional independence, leading them to choose the path of staying single. The number of single women in the U.S. and globally has been steadily increasing, with more than half of all women now opting for singlehood. While this trend …

  • 24 July

    Elon Musk Unveils Twitter Rebranding – Farewell Blue Bird, Hello ‘X’!

    -Editorial Twitter will enter a new era as it will say goodbye to the bird and welcome the “X” as the social media company will be rebranding its image and promising a new era of innovation.   On July 23rd, 2023, Musk teased that the platform would receive a rebrand, dropping …

  • 22 July

    Barbie Movie Breaks Society Imposed Stereotypes

    -Editorial Do we live in the comfort of a plastic stereotypical society or there is more in life that we can learn from? That is the message of the Barbie movie that will mostly likely become the box office sensation of the summer. The movie delves into the traditional stereotypes …

  • 17 July

    Journalist Nelson Matus is assassinated in Acapulco, Guerrero

    -Editorial On Saturday, the 15th, journalist Nelson Matus was brutally murdered in Guerrero. Nelson, the owner and director of the online portal “Lo Real de Guerrero,” was shot by a group of hitmen while sitting in his car in a store parking lot in the Emiliano Zapata neighborhood of Acapulco. …

  • 13 July

    Hawaii Implements Anti-Nepotism Law, Highlighting the Importance of Widespread Reform

    -Editorial In a landmark move towards transparency and fairness, Hawaii recently enacted a state law prohibiting nepotism within its government. The new legislation, effective as of today, sets a precedent for the necessity of anti-nepotism laws in all states across the United States. This development comes as a response to …

  • 12 July

    Sound of Freedom Puts Awareness on Sex Trafficking Crisis

    -Editorial Coming out of a strong opening weekend, the film Sound of Freedom is not only having success in theaters but it’s creating discussion and awareness about human trafficking. The film is directed and co-written by Alejandro Monteverde, and stars Jim Caviezel, Mira Sorvino, and Bill Camp. Caviezel plays Tim …

  • 10 July

    USCIS Debuts Online Biometric Appointment Rescheduling

    -Editorial On June 28, the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services launched a new self-service tool that allows applicants for benefits and their attorneys and accredited representatives to reschedule most biometric services appointments in advance of the appointment date. The introduction of this tool is another way USCIS is improving …

  • 4 July

    U.N. Security Council to Discuss Regulation of AI

    -Editorial The U.N. Security Council will hold a first-ever meeting on the potential threats of artificial intelligence to international peace and security, to see major risks about AI’s possible use for example in autonomous weapons or control of nuclear weapons. UK Ambassador Barbara Woodward on Monday announced the July 18 …