It was an absolute shock to victims and students across the U.S. when Education Secretary Betsy DeVos spoke at George Mason University about the changes she hoped to make to parts of Title IX regarding sexual assault.
A mere two weeks after Hurricane Harvey made landfall in Eastern Texas, another major hurricane — Hurricane Irma — left a path of destruction as it passed through the Caribbean, Florida and the rest of the Eastern Coast of the U.S.
Like many of you this summer, I found myself scrolling through headlines, peaking through the cracks of my fingers, anxious to see what the next bombshell would be from our current commander in chief, Donald Trump.
Robert Godwin was collecting aluminum cans in Cleveland on Sunday when he was approached by Steve Stephens. Stephens asked Godwin some questions, but it took less than a minute for him to get to his point.
On April 4, President Donald Trump responded to Syrian President Bashar al-Assad’s chemical-weapon attack on the Syrian people by authorizing an airstrike on the military base where al-Assad’s weapon-carrying planes took off, according to The Washington Post.