Challenge Accepted: SF Mayoral Candidates April 17, 2018

On December 12th, 2017, San Francisco’s Mayor Ed Lee passed away suddenly. Although Board of Supervisors President London Breed was initially named

The Early Bird Gets The Vote! April 14, 2018

What happens when you turn sixteen? Perhaps you get that sweet sixteen birthday party you’ve been dreaming about, or perhaps you finally! get your d

A Senator Of Many Firsts April 13, 2018

Earlier this week, Illinois Democratic Senator Tammy Duckworth became the first senator to have a baby while in office. Congratulations, Senator Duckw

Twice The Charm! April 7, 2018

The Villanova Wildcats college basketball team won their second national title in three years this week. Donte DiVincenzo scored thirty-one points off

The Guys Are Bringing It Too! April 7, 2018

  Have you ever watched a Super Bowl? Notice anything about the cheerleaders? Yep, they’re all women! But not for long—for the first time in

To Ask Or Not To Ask April 7, 2018

Seventeen states sued the US government this week over a single question. Wait, what? You see, every ten years, the United States conducts a to figure

Update: More Sunshine for Florida? April 5, 2018

Update: It looks like Florida is one step closer to getting more sunshine. On March 6th, the Florida State Senate approved the Sunshine Protection Act

Update: Back to School We Go! April 5, 2018

Update To Teachers’ Strike The latest teacher strike is in Oklahoma, a state where schools can afford to stay open only four days a week. Besides pa

Marching for Their Lives March 30, 2018

It was one of the largest student-led marches in modern US history and it happened on Saturday, March 24th. Early counts estimated that over a million


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