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EPA Will No Longer Regulate Chemicals In Water Supply 1

The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) will no longer be regulating Perfluorooctanoic acid (PFOA) or Perfluorooctanesulfonic acid (PFOS) chemicals in drinking water, chemicals which when consumed have been linked to cancer and other illnesses. The EPA is instead drafting the chemicals under the Superfund, which would force polluters into cleaning up […]


Nicolás Maduro Sworn In As Venezuelan President For Second Term

President Maduro has been sworn into his second term as President of Venezuela following what many believed to be a rigged election last May. The citizens of Venezuela were angered over the change of election dates from December to May, inhibiting citizens from making it to the polls. There is […]


Putin Hails Success Of Russia’s New Hypersonic Missile

On December 26, Russia successfully tested a new hypersonic missile system, Avangard, which flew 3000 miles before hitting its target in Northeastern Russia. The new missiles will be deployed in 2019 and Russian President Vladimir Putin proclaims this missile advancement as invincible. This is alarming news for many nations including […]


Sri Lanka Temporarily Bars Rajapaksa From Acting As PM

The former president of Sri Lanka Mahinda Rajapaksa has been banned from acting as Prime Minister following no-confidence motions that were passed this past November. According to Aljazeera, this upheaval began on October 26, when President Maithripala Sirisena removed Prime Minister Ranil Wickremesinghe from his position and put Rajapaksa in […]


Crackdown Against Honduran Caravan Against International Law

President Trump plans to take executive action to prevent the entry of thousands of desperate men, women, and children who make up the Honduran Caravan through the U.S. border shutdown, troop deployment, and a “tent city” which would violate International Law, through the Refugee Act of 1980 which entitles people […]