Friday, Jan. 25, marked the end of the longest government shutdown in U.S. history following 35 days of negotiations between Congress and the White House. The partial shutdown ended when President Trump signed a temporary funding bill—one that will run … Continue reading Longest government shutdown ends
Just before this year’s midterm elections, President Donald Trump announced his intention to sign an executive order repealing birthright citizenship for children of non-U.S. citizens. Since his announcement on Oct. 29, discussion has risen about what this executive order could … Continue reading Hendrix Reacts to Trump’s Statement on Birthright Citizenship
Recently, many musicians and actors have taken to Twitter or campaigning to voice their opinions on politics. Entire lists of artists have formally demanded that President Donald Trump stop using their music during his events. A day after the shooting … Continue reading Should Celebrities and Politics Mix?
After the midterm elections on Nov. 6, the Democrats succeeded in flipping 32 House seats across the country, giving them a majority of 233 seats, while Republicans bolstered their control of the Senate, gaining two seats. This shift of power, … Continue reading Blue wave or red wall?