Category Archives: United States

South China Sea Ruling Imminent as World Powers Prepare to Test Their Strength

Tensions are high between Washington and Beijing this week as the International Court of Arbitration makes it ruling over China’s actions in the South China Sea. The region, a major shipping route in the region, is largely claimed by China … Continue reading

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Clinton Not to be Indicted Over Email Scandal, Despite Being Outed as a Liar

A week after Hillary Clinton was cleared of any wrongdoing in Benghazi, she once again finds herself untouchable by the law. During those multiple inquiries into the Benghazi attack, it was discovered that Clinton was using a private email server … Continue reading

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Following Eighth Benghazi Investigation, Republicans Prepare for the Ninth

The eighth and latest US congressional investigation on the 2012 Benghazi attack has yet again cleared likely Democratic Presidential Candidate Hillary Clinton of all charges. The attacks occurred in the Libyan city on the eleventh anniversary of 9/11, and resulted … Continue reading

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Despite Big Wins for Both Trump and Clinton, it is Still Not a Two Person Race

Reality TV star Donald Trump and former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton have each come out on top in their respective parties following the votes held in twelve states on Super Tuesday. Trump won seven of the eleven states voting … Continue reading

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Ted Cruz Wins Iowa, Though the Trump Card is Still on the Table in New Hampshire

The first state to select their nominees for President have selected Texas Senator Ted Cruz for the Republicans, but the vote on the Democratic side has resulted in a tie. “Tonight is a victory for courageous conservatives across Iowa and … Continue reading

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The United States and Cuba Have Restored Ties, but Cubans Still Have Reason to be Wary

After over fifty years of tensions between the two countries, the United States and Cuba have officially restored diplomatic ties with one another. The Cuban flag was raised by Foreign Minister Bruno Rodriguez at the newly restored embassy in Washington, … Continue reading

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Donald Trump’s Racist Rants are Hurting Business, yet Helping Campaign

Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump has been facing criticism since the moment he declared his candidacy on  June 16th. Trump made the announcement to a crowd of supporters, all cheering the man who promised to pay them each $50 to … Continue reading

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