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March 19, 2024

Unserialized and untraceable: America’s growing threat of ghost guns

The existence of ghost guns in the United States has created a major public safety issue. These unserialized and untraceable firearms, often assembled from kits bought online, allow individuals to circumvent existing gun regulations, posing significant challenges to law enforcement and exacerbating gun violence in […] Read More...
March 1, 2024

Biden, Trump visit the U.S.-Mexico border

Biden and former President Trump made competing trips to the Texas border with Mexico on Feb. 29 to address illegal immigration into the United States. The latest polls indicate the way the Biden Administration handles the surge of migrants – mainly from Central and South […] Read More...
February 29, 2024

CARICOM Summit addresses Haiti crisis under Guyana’s leadership

Under Guyana’s leadership, the 45th CARICOM Heads of Government Summit focused on the crisis in Haiti. CARICOM leaders urged for swift solutions amidst calls for Haiti Prime Minister Ariel Henry’s resignation. The summit also emphasized the need for stability and collective action in resolving the […] Read More...
April 8, 2022

Space: Above & Beyond

Space exploration is making new developments. From private astronauts visiting the International Space Station, to China completing new phases to their ongoing projects, researchers are making new discoveries. Read More...
June 30, 2021

U.S. & Canadian west coast face historic heatwave

With temperatures over 38 degrees Celsius (100 degrees Fahrenheit) for multiple days, people and pets are trying their best to stay cool in the U.S. Pacific Northwest and parts of Canada. Scientists say climate change is to blame and the future could get even hotter. Read More...
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