Tennessee Republican Party: Robby Starbuck Off The Ballet?

Tennessee Republican Party found that Mr. Starbuck was not really a true Republican and removed him from the ballot. He filed a federal court complaint seeking an order compelling the Republican Party to reinstate him.

Former guerrilla Gustavo Petro to be the First Leftist President of Colombia

Gustavo Petro is the new President of Colombia. Gustavo Petro promises ‘Real Change.’ Hernandez loses with grace. So what changed the fortune of the two-time loser? What can Colombians expect from their new President?

Texas School Shooting

What do we know about the Texas school shooting case? The incident took place at Robb elementary school in Uvalde, Texas. An 18-year-old man in Texas started firing in an…

Did you know, Experts found Human remains in Lake Mead?

Authorities found human remains in Lake Mead twice in one week.
The first time authorities found human remains was on July 8, when a fisherman caught a skull in his net.

President Biden has criticized so-called “abortion protests”

President Biden criticized a protest by pro-choice activists outside the homes of two conservative Supreme Court justices this weekend.

Ukraine’s war hitting its trade has led to a decrease in U.S. Economy

The U.S. economy contracted in the first three months of the year due to the disruption to trade due to the war in Ukraine. Data from the Department of Commerce showed that the gross domestic product was down 1.4% year on year.

Premier Andrew Fahie charged in U.S. drug case

U.S. agents posing as cocaine dealers from a Mexican drug cartel arrested prime minister Andrew Fahy in Miami.

Nigerian student crumples and passes during Jesus’ crucifixion reenactment

On Good Friday, April 15, a Nigerian college student tragically collapsed and died during a reenactment of the crucifixion scene from the school play The Passion of the Christ.

Gun deaths have been the leading killer of American children since 2020

According to a new study, in 2020, guns have surpassed road traffic accidents to be the leading cause of death for children and teens in the U.S.

An overnight storm puts 300,000 customers in the dark

Power outages were also a problem, with at least 300,000 homes and businesses losing control in the hurricane’s path, mainly in Ohio and Tennessee.