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Georgia: The Peach State Or The Blue State? January 8, 2021

Is it just us, or has this been one of the loooongest election seasons ever? From the campaigning to the general election to the Georgia Senate runoff

The Electoral College Makes It Official January 8, 2021

Quick question: What do you do when you lose a race? You graciously accept defeat and offer your congratulations to your opponent for a well-played ga

Conversation Series: At What Age Should A Person Be Able To Vote? December 18, 2020

You might know that you have to be eighteen to vote, but that wasn’t always the case. Voting age was actually twenty-one before it was reduced to ei

We Have A Vaccine! What’s Next? December 4, 2020

Making a vaccine isn’t an easy process, as we noted here, but if there’s one stage that gets followers excited, it’s when the vaccine is tested

Update: Great Scott … It’s Free! December 4, 2020

Earlier this year, Scotland made the declaration that sanitary products should be free for women—period. But it wasn’t just all talk and no action

Historical Firsts For The United States November 13, 2020

The 2020 US election resulted in many firsts. We’ve shared some already, but here are a few more about president-elect Joe Biden and vice president-

A New Constitution For Chile November 13, 2020

A constitution is another word for a country’s rule book—it’s a set of rules that guides how a country works. The United States Constitution was

No More Flooding In Venice? November 6, 2020

Every city is known for something. San Francisco, for example, is known for the Golden Gate Bridge. Paris is known for the Eiffel Tower. Venice is kno

Historical Moments Of The 2020 US Election November 6, 2020

While the result of the presidential election wasn’t immediately determined, there were a number of historical moments that made this election one t