Weed Is Legal in More States Than Ever: Which Is Next?

Weed Is Legal in More States Than Ever: Which Is Next?

Marijuana was illegal in all 50 states in the US as recently as eight years ago, but in 2012, Colorado and Washington were the first states to legalize the substance. At the federal level, marijuana use is considered illegal still. However, an overwhelming majority of American adults (65 percent) support …

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Trump Tweets Name of Alleged Whistleblower, Faces Condemnation

Trump Tweets Name of Alleged Whistleblower, Faces Condemnation

In a stunning move on Friday, the President of the United States defied federal whistleblower protections with a retweet. Trump retweeted a post from a suspected bot account that purports to include the name of the whistleblower who sparked the entire impeachment saga. While publications and persons close to the …

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US Presidential Gaffes: Politics in History

US Presidential Gaffes: Politics in History

US politics is always interesting. The United States have been home to a number of hilarious political gaffes, from foreign policy to humorous anecdotes involving tamales. Today’s article comes to us from Crystal Ferreira, a frequent contributor to our site and a teacher over at PolyHistoria. If you love these …

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Boeing CEO Fired After Catastrophic Year

Boeing CEO Fired After Catastrophic Year

The CEO of Boeing, Dennis Muilenburg, has been ousted from the company following the disastrous 2019 he oversaw. The crux of Muilenburg’s firing was the two Boeing 737 Max crashes that resulted in the deaths of all 346 people aboard, which shook public trust in the company. 737 Max Specter …

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JK Rowling Angers Fans with Transphobic Tweet

JK Rowling Angers Fans with Transphobic Tweet

“Harry Potter” series author JK Rowling has angered a vocal portion of her fanbase with a recent tweet that many have argued is transphobic. Referencing Maya Forstater, a woman who lost her job for her transphobic comments, Rowling used the hashtag “I stand with Maya” on a tweet insisting that …

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