Impeachment Trial Begins in Senate

January 21, 2020

The impeachment trial of President Trump begins today as Democrats pressure GOP senators to call new witnesses, hoping to use the process for political advantage in the November election.

Truckloads of Emergency Supplies Wasted in Puerto Rico

January 20, 2020

More than a hundred truckloads of emergency supplies sent to Puerto Rico after Hurricane Maria hit the island in September, 2017 was discovered in a warehouse over the weekend. Heads are rolling as citizens demand to know why tons of food, water, blankets, and other supplies were never distributed after the monster storm.

SciFriday: Fungus Among Us

April 13, 2019

A strain of yeast called Candida auris is causing deadly infections at hospitals around the world. It kills almost half of the patients who contract it within 90 days, according to the CDC, which calls C. auris an “urgent threat.”

Disastrous Flooding in Midwest

April 2, 2019

The Midwest is suffering through flooding of biblical proportions, and it may get worse. Experts worry that the Fort Peck Dam on the upper Missouri River could fail, which could devastate the country from Montana to Saint Louis.

US out of UNHRC

June 20, 2018

The United States has officially withdrawn from the United Nations Human Rights Commission, and Israel says, “Thank you.”

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