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Remembering US Rep. John Lewis July 24, 2020

Words are incredibly powerful and US Representative John Lewis knew that at a very young age. In 1963 when he was only twenty-three years old, Lewis,

Then & Now: Dakota Access Pipeline July 17, 2020

In 2016, we shared a story about a pipeline that was being constructed to carry oil from North Dakota to Illinois. Not everyone was in favor of this p

World Response To COVID-19: US July 10, 2020

We’ve looked at how New Zealand, South Korea, Singapore, and Sweden have dealt with COVID-19; now, we’re turning to the US. The United States curr

Civil Rights Act Protects LGBTQ Community June 26, 2020

In 1964, US President Lyndon B. Johnson signed the Civil Rights Act, a piece of history-changing legislation that made
it illegal to discriminate ag

Costa Rica Says I Do June 19, 2020

In 2001, the Netherlands became the first country to legalize same-sex marriage. Nineteen years later, Costa Rica has done the same. It wasn’t an ea

Singapore Lets The Robot Dogs Out June 12, 2020

Who let the dogs out? Who? Who? Well, it looks like the Singapore government did! Our friend Spot, the robotic dog designed by Boston Dynamics, has be

Can A Virus Impact Elections? June 12, 2020

Did you know that more than twenty countries will hold elections in 2020? The COVID-19 pandemic is undoubtedly affecting sporting and business events,

What Role Does Social Media Play In Fact-Checking? June 12, 2020

Remember when we talked about how Instagram decided to hide the number of likes a post receives? That was one way for a huge social media company to c

Why Are People Protesting In The US? June 2, 2020

A lot has happened over the last few months. Yes, the world is actively fighting a pandemic but it’s also fighting something that’s been around fo