Alexander Lukashenko became the President of Belarus for the sixth time since 1994. His electoral win led to a mass range of protests. Some occurred even before the election. One of the most prominent events to occur from the election … Continue reading How the 2020 Belarus Election Led to the Poland-Belarus Migrant Crisis
America is a hotspot of so many different cultures and races from all over the world. With this, comes many cultural shocks that people from America may sometimes not understand. These people from other backgrounds bring their various backgrounds into … Continue reading The Advantages and Disadvantages of Censorship in America and China
Taylor Swift fans across the world have been prepping all day for the release of “Red (Taylor’s Version)” at midnight on Friday, Nov. 12. After all, who are we kidding? Since the collection re-discharge was announced in June, the Swifties … Continue reading Taylor Swift Unveils the Re-Recorded “Red (Taylor’s Version)”
The Melbourne Cup is Australia’s most renowned Thoroughbred horse race that takes place on the first Tuesday of every November. It is a 3200-metre race open for everyone to attend and is conducted by the Victoria Racing Club on Melbourne’s Flemington Racecourse as … Continue reading Animal Cruelty and Human Superiority at the Melbourne Cup Horseracing Carnival
Countries around the world have adopted COVID-19 rapid antigen tests to complement the standard polymerase chain reaction (PCR) test and other public health measures. However, Australia is only just introducing this second level of testing for personal, at-home use. Australian … Continue reading Everything You Need to Know About the Novel Coronavirus Rapid Antigen Test
CEO Jes Staley is to resign following an investigation by British authorities into his ties with indicted sex offender Jeffrey Epstein, capping a dubious six-year tenure at the loan specialist distinguished by his fruitful support of its speculation bank against … Continue reading Jes Staley, CEO of Barclays, Steps Down After Jeffrey Eipstein Probe
Kellog’s is Being Slapped With a 5 Million Dollar Lawsuit Kellog’s, a favored cereal company of many, is being slapped with a 5 million dollar lawsuit. In this article we will explain why. Kellogg’s is a popular American-based food company … Continue reading Another Class Action Law-Suit Against Kellog’s Food Company Strawberry Pop-Tarts
Facebook Inc is now known as Meta, the company announced on Thursday. It was announced in a rebranding effort that focuses on developing the “metaverse,” a shared virtual environment that it believes will be the replacement for the mobile web. … Continue reading Meta: Is the Facebook Name Change a Bid to Be Rid of Controversies?
On October 12th this year, the U.S Food and Drug Administration (FDA) permitted the marketing of vaping products. Supposedly, vaping poses fewer risks to our health than smoking does. But is this really the case? Scientists didn’t establish a firm … Continue reading FDA Approves Vaping Marketing: Is Vaping a Safer Option Than Smoking?