US President Biden Calls Russian President Putin “a butcher”

On March 26 Friday 2022, United States President Joe Biden flew to Poland in his effort to see firsthand the humanitarian crisis of refugees. In Rzesz√≥w, a Polish city nearby the Ukrainian border, President Biden spent his time meeting the 82nd Airborne Division stationed in Poland. On March 27 Saturday, President Biden observed the humanitarianContinue reading “US President Biden Calls Russian President Putin “a butcher””

President Biden State of the Union

In his first State of the Union joint address to Congress on March 1, President Joe Biden focused his speech on the ongoing war in Ukraine and his plans for the domestic future. President Biden first brought attention to the tragedy of the Russian invasion of Ukraine, and the courage the Ukrainian people are demonstratingContinue reading “President Biden State of the Union”

California Governor Gavin Newsom Wins the Recall Election in a Landslide

In the second-ever recall election which reached the ballot in California, Governor of California Gavin Newsom won the recall election in a landslide with 63.9% of votes. To this day, Arnold Schwarzenegger is the only candidate who won the recall election against the incumbent Governor in California, where he outran the incumbent Governor Gray DavisContinue reading “California Governor Gavin Newsom Wins the Recall Election in a Landslide”

20th Anniversary of 9/11

On the 20th anniversary of the tragic September 11 attacks, US leaders came together to promote unity and relinquish the anguish of families of those affected. The US President Joe Biden visited three sites of the hijacked plane crashes, as he made rounds to the first responders. Along with President Biden, former President Bill ClintonContinue reading “20th Anniversary of 9/11”

Report on the Origin of COVID-19

The Office of the Director of National Intelligence (ODNI), an intelligence agency in the United States government released a report on their findings of the origin of SARS-CoV-2. In the unclassified summary of the report, the intelligence community assesses that the likely origin of COVID-19 is China, however, the precise origin in regards to whether it’s aContinue reading “Report on the Origin of COVID-19”

US Afghanistan Withdrawal Erupts Taliban Control

After 20 years of the Afghanistan government’s rule in Afghanistan under the security of the Western powers, the Taliban has once again assumed charge of the country. The take over occurred in the midst of the United States implementing a plan to withdraw their troops and vital personnels from Afghanistan, however, the Taliban increased theirContinue reading “US Afghanistan Withdrawal Erupts Taliban Control”

Texas Democrats: Flight to Washington D.C.

On July 12, 2021, 60 Texas Democratic House of Representatives and 7 other Democrats flew to Washington D.C. amid the 87th Texas Legislature’s special session, resulting in decorum. Under the Texas Legislature, both the Senate and House chambers require two-third of the members to establish a quorum. Quorum is the minimum number of members requiredContinue reading “Texas Democrats: Flight to Washington D.C.”

Biden-Putin Geneva Summit

On June 16, 2021, the US President Joe Biden met with the Russian President Vladimir Putin in Villa la Grange located in Geneva, Switzerland. Contrary to the past events, President Putin arrived at the Villa la Grange for the summit 15 minutes earlier than the agreed upon time. During the interlude, President Biden and PresidentContinue reading “Biden-Putin Geneva Summit”

Japan Donates COVID-19 Vaccines to Taiwan

On June 4, 2021, Taiwan received 1.24 million doses of Oxford-AstraZeneca COVID-19 vaccine from Japan for free of charge. As a result, Taiwan was able to double their amount of COVID-19 vaccine stock. Japanese Foreign Minister Toshimitsu Motegi gave a statement over the vaccine donations to Taiwan in his press conference, where he stated theContinue reading “Japan Donates COVID-19 Vaccines to Taiwan”

Senate Passes $1.9 Trillion COVID Relief Package

On March 6, 2021, the U.S. Senate passed the $1.9 trillion coronavirus relief package after the Democrats kept the roll call vote open for 11 hours and 50 minutes. The final quorum ended with 50 yeas from all 50 Democratic senators and 49 nays composed of solely Republican senators. The final quorum ended with 50-49Continue reading “Senate Passes $1.9 Trillion COVID Relief Package”

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