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Editor’s note: This column has been updated for clarity.
The handling of the allegations against Judge Brett Kavanaugh are among some of the most disgusting and unethical that this country has ever seen.
In February of this year Netflix released a reality television show that has begun to define our generation. A reboot of the original series from 2003, "Queer Eye" has become an inspiring, educational and heartwarming program for all who watch it.
As of Tuesday Christine Hallquist won the Democratic primary for governor in Vermont. One of her opponents Ethan Sonneborn, however, captured public attention because he wasn't even old enough to vote. Although he did not win, his candidacy has proven the need for other candidates to listen to the youngest generation.
Chicago alderman Ameya Pawar recently introduced a piece of legislation that would make Chicago the largest municipality in the U.S. to test out universal basic income (UBI) with aspirations of solving the poverty crisis in the city.
The Trump Administration announced on July 3 that it is rescinding 24 guidance documents from the Obama Administration that set forth governmental policies on specific issues that were “unnecessary, outdated, inconsistent with existing law or otherwise improper.”
Supreme Court Justice Anthony Kennedy announced June 27 he will be retiring at the end of July. Kennedy's retirement prompted President Donald Trump to nominate a replacement for him, making this the president's second replacement on the Supreme Court after the death of Justice Antonin Scalia in 2016.
I was walking through downtown Bloomington on Saturday and saw a small protest happening outside of the Monroe County Correctional Center. It was apparently a follow-up to the much larger one organized by the Monroe County Democratic Party outside of the county’s courthouse earlier that morning.
Coming back from Indy Pride, Indianapolis’ LGBT pride festival, June 9, I find myself with more overwhelming pride in my identity than I ever have. But, of course, I suppose that’s the point.
The Supreme Court ruled in favor of Jack Phillips, a cake artist from Colorado, in the case of Masterpiece Cakeshop, Ltd. v. Colorado Civil Rights Commission on Monday, June 4. The court ruled the Colorado Civil Rights Commission punished Phillips unjustly when he refused to design a wedding cake for the marriage of Charlie Craig and David Mullins, a same-sex couple, in 2012.
It happened again. Last Friday, May 25, a student at Noblesville West Middle School in Noblesville, Indiana, opened fire, wounding a teacher and another student.
Every year since 1956 the world has been blessed by the Eurovision Song Contest.
California recently became the first state to require solar panels on new homes. This means every new home built starting in 2020 will be required to be powered by solar energy.
I am in a weird spot where I often get criticism from both sides of many debates.
Weeks after the mass shooting that took place at a Florida high school, leaving 17 people dead, we have still done nothing to prevent this sort of thing from happening again.
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Jocques Clemmons was shot and killed Feb. 10 by Metro Police Officer Joshua Lippert in Nashville, TN.
After a shutdown lasting three days, the government reopened by adopting a short-term bill, which will fund the government through Feb. 8, largely in part due to a deal offered by Senate Democrats to their Republican counterparts.
Iranian civilians took to the streets Jan. 4 and have been protesting ever since to show their levels of discontent with Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei and his corrupt leadership decisions that have raised the cost of living expenses and fuel. This marks the first protests in Iran since 2009 and the protests largely began in the rural, religious towns, and not with the urban elite.
The United States has undergone a disgusting series of large-scale attacks in just the last few weeks. The largest mass shooting in modern U.S. history occurred last month and the fifth-largest mass shooting happened just last weekend.