More Than One Winner At The World Cup July 20, 2018

It all started on June 14th. Thirty-two teams arrived in Russia with one goal in mind: win the 2018 World Cup Final. After playing a total of sixty-th

Haiti’s Prime Minister Resigns July 20, 2018

Last week, Haiti’s Prime Minister, Jack Guy Lafontant, resigned. Why? It boiled down to one thing: fuel prices. The people of Haiti took to the stre

The World Celebrates Nelson Mandela’s 100th Birthday July 20, 2018

Earlier this week, people from around the world celebrated what would have been Nelson Mandela’s 100th birthday. The first black South African Presi

A Twenty-Year War Just Ended! July 13, 2018

Ethiopia is one of the most populated countries in Africa. Twenty years ago, Eritrea, the northern part of Ethiopia, gained independence, but the newl

A Heroic Rescue July 13, 2018

Can you imagine being stuck in a cave for eighteen days? That’s what recently happened to twelve boys and their football (otherwise known as soccer

Brexit? Not Quite … July 12, 2018

Remember when the people of the United Kingdom voted to leave the European Union (EU) two years ago? Well the actual departure hasn’t happened yet.

AMLO Is Mexico’s New President July 12, 2018

Andrés Manuel López Obrador won the election this week in Mexico rather easily, receiving the highest percentage of votes in more than fifty years.

Dinner Table Conversation: What Can You Do To Help The Environment? July 12, 2018

We’ve been talking about straws for a while now. Whether it’s the European Union or the town of Malibu, California, people are starting to con

K-Pop Tops The Charts! June 22, 2018

The Billboard Charts are a big indicator of which music is popular in the United States. Every summer, music fans get curious about which album and so

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