Highlights of the U.S. Presidential Inauguration

The U.S. Presidential Inauguration is the second most important political event in the nation. It comes after the first which is the presidential election. The inauguration like the election usually occurs once every four years. The inauguration is a ceremony that occurs every term even when the President is re-elected. The previous inauguration was on […]

More COVID-19 Lockdowns Announced Around the World

More Covid-19 lockdowns have been announced around the world. Some of these locations are heading into or experiencing their second/third/fourth wave of the coronavirus, hence the decision to enter a lockdown. The coronavirus pandemic took the majority of the world by storm in late February or early March prompting countries to go into emergency lockdowns […]

Trump’s Reaction to the 2020 U.S. Presidential Election

The 2020 US elections were held on the 3rd of November, 2020. For over a week, the nation watched with bated breath as both candidates inched their way towards 270+ electoral votes. On the 7th of November, Joe Biden reached and crossed that line when the electoral votes from Pennsylvania and Nevada tipped in his […]

How Fake News Impacts Political Elections

“Fake news” is a term used to describe inaccurate news stories, outright lies, or misinterpretations. Fake news harms people in their day-to-day lives; however, when it comes to an election, fake news can be especially dangerous. You may be wondering how? The term “fake news” became popular during the 2016 U.S elections. The term along […]

The Long-Term Economic Impact of COVID-19 on the U.S. Economy

The Covid-19 pandemic has been devastating in many ways. The economy suffered, the social nature of humans has suffered, and most importantly numerous lives have been lost. The pandemic is making people ask scary questions. Will the coronavirus change everything we know? Well, the answer is yes and no. It’s already changed how we work […]

Current Unemployment Statistics in the U.S.

The Covid-19 pandemic has had a devastating impact on the U.S economy with unemployment rates rising to 14.9 percent in April. Almost 16 million people were unemployed. This is almost four times the amount of people who were unemployed in March. Fortunately, the numbers have been dropping as businesses are reopening and lockdown restrictions are […]