The term “A.L.I.C.E” has become a worldwide phenomenon as the No. 1 active shooter civilian response training for all organizations. Many schools and businesses have adopted this acronym, which stands for stands for alert, lockdown, inform, counter and evacuate, in eff...

The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) repealed net neutrality this past December and many Americans are not happy about it. To wrap it up, net neutrality by dictionary definition is the principle that Internet service providers should enable access to all content...

February 2, 2018

January: Our 45th president, Donald Trump, was inaugurated along - side the 48th Vice-President Mike Pence.

February: On Feb. 12, Adele won five awards, including best song and best album, and best new artist was awarded to rising star Chance the Rapper. “Being able wat...

December 15, 2017

As America becomes more modern, Justices debate over whether the Constitution was meant to evolve, or remain traditional. Americans, from all parties, hope to see their political beliefs represented in the court’s decisions on upcoming cases.

The Supreme Court was estab...

Fake IDs have been popular for decades because it grants access to things such as alcohol and tobacco to underage people. The age for purchasing alcohol has been 21 since 1984 and purchasing tobacco has been 18 since 1994. However, these age restrictions haven’t stoppe...

December 15, 2017

The world revolves around staying connected. Everyone talks, tweets and texts, while they get immediate updates on what’s happening in the world.

Because of people’s dependence on technology, tech companies can increase their prices continually.

The price of new cell pho...

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