Along with divas who shined with their fancy and expensive dresses, this year’s Met Gala mixed fashion with politics — a dangerous concoction. On Sept. 13, at the biggest annual fashion event, New York’s 14th District Democratic Representative Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez sparked quite some controversy with her “Tax the Rich” dress.
Throughout 2021, Afghanistan has been a priority for the Biden administration, especially after 13 U.S. service members were killed on Aug. 26. While many people expected a calm yet active response from the Biden administration, we got something much worse. On Aug. 29, the U.S. launched a drone strike on
In poker, a “bad beat” is when a player has cards that appear to be promising but loses nonetheless. Writer-director Paul Schrader returns to the big screen with a highly-anticipated drama featuring Oscar Isaac. One of the more popular releases premiering in theaters this year is “The Card Counter.” This
In the last few months, we have seen the U.S. attempt to end the forever war in Afghanistan. Both former President Trump and President Biden pledged to reduce the U.S.’s footprint in the country, as both made attempts to pull out the troops. Trump made a deal with the Taliban
Despite his departure from the Oval Office three months ago, Donald Trump and his inner circle are still making headlines today. The United States Treasury Department recently levied new sanctions on 32 Russian individuals and entities as a response to Russian interference in the 2016 presidential election. Among these announcements
On April 14, President Joe Biden announced that the U.S. would be withdrawing all of its combat troops from Afghanistan by Sept. 11, 2021. The U.S. officially has 2,500 combat troops in Afghanistan currently, but independent estimates place it at closer to 3,500. U.S. withdrawal would end the nearly twenty
This past week, the Biden administration introduced a $2 trillion infrastructure plan designed to overhaul the nation’s existing roads, bridges, water pipes and more, and it could not come soon enough. For years, many in and out of Washington have been throwing around the idea of a large-scale infrastructure plan,
In the months building up to the 2020 presidential election, the Republican Party, recognizing the weaknesses of their campaign and their candidate, shifted their focus from the result to the process. Led by then-President Donald Trump, elected Republican officials began to disingenuously cry foul about new voting laws that were