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Everything you should know about Dr. Seuss books being cancelled for “racist and insensitive imagery”

Six Dr. Seuss books will stop being published because of racist and insensitive imagery, Dr. Seuss Enterprises said on Tuesday, according to ABC.  “And to Think That I Saw It on Mulberry Street”  and “If I Ran the Zoo” are among the canceled titles. “These books portray people in ways that are hurtful and wrong,”[Read More…]

Thirteen people killed in car crash near the Mexican Border is Southern California

Thirteen people were killed in a car crash near the Mexican Border is Southern California, the Border Patrol said Wednesday.  Those killed were part of a group of 44 people who entered the U.S. through a hole cut into the border fence, according to NBC News. Gregory Bovino, the agency’s El Centro sector chief, told[Read More…]

Everything you should know about the accusations of sexual harassment made against Governor Andrew Cuomo

Several accusations of sexual harassment have been levied against Governor Andrew Cuomo (D-NY) by former aides. Last Wednesday, a former aide for the Cuomo administration published an essay on Medium detailing previously made sexual assault allegations against Governor Cuomo. In the essay, former aide Lindsey Boylan claims that Cuomo, “would go out of his way[Read More…]

Trump claims Pelosi denied his request for 10,000 troops to be deployed days before capitol riot

Former President Donald Trump told Fox News Sunday night that he had concerns over the crowd size near the Capital days before the January 6th riots. Due to his concerns, Trump claimed that he personally requested 10,000 National Guard troops to be deployed. Trump said his team had alerted the Department of Defense days before[Read More…]

Everything you need to know about President Biden’s first ordered airstrike as Commander-In-Chief

In response to rocket attacks against United States targets in Iraq, President Joe Biden authorized air strikes against Iranian-backed facilities in eastern Syria last Thursday.  Pentagon spokesman John Kirby announced that President Biden authorized air strikes after consulting with US allies, which include coalition partners. They happened at about 6 p.m. ET. The Russian military[Read More…]

Biden’s Senior Advisor Cedric Richmond announces White House to act on reparations without congress

Biden’s senior advisor, Cedric Richmond, in an Axios interview on Sunday night, hinted that the Biden Administration will soon begin tackling racial issues in the country, especially regarding the topic of reparations for Black Americans. Chief Advisor Cedric Richmond, when asked whether the Biden Administration would be acting soon or waiting until more information was[Read More…]

China planning campaign to counter international criticism over Beijing’s treatment of Muslim Uighurs

China, facing sustained international criticism over Beijing’s treatment of minority Muslim Uighurs in far west Xinjiang, is mounting an extraordinary and forceful campaign to push back, including explicit attacks for women who have made cases of abuse. As charges of human rights violations in Xinjiang mount, with a growing number of Western officials accusing China[Read More…]

Secretary of Homeland Security claims former President Trump responsible for crisis at US-Mexico border

The Secretary of Homeland Security, Alejandro Mayorkas, said Monday that former President Donald Trump is responsible for the crisis at the United States-Mexico Border. In a press briefing Monday, the Secretary of Homeland Security blamed the former president for the flood of migrants and chaos at the border. Recently, there has been a rise in[Read More…]

Judge Merrick Garland tells Senate that attacks on courthouses not necessarily “domestic terrorism”

Judge Merrick Garland told the Senate Judiciary Committee last week that attacks on the U.S. courthouse in Portland last year may not have been “domestic terrorism,” because they occurred at night when the court wasn’t “in operation.” Sen. Josh Hawley (R-MO) asked Garland, “Let me ask you about assaults on federal property in places other[Read More…]

Selective advanced learning program in Boston suspended due to COVID-19 and racial inequity concerns

A very selective advanced learning program in Boston for fourth-sixth graders has suspended enrollment due to the pandemic and increased concerns about racial inequities. Superintendent of schools Brenda Casselius announced that the prominent learning program known as Advanced Work Classes would be suspended for at least one year. The program, which offered advanced classes for[Read More…]

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