Daily Archives: September 6, 2019


U.S. Funding Transfer: FEMA To Facilities

Department of Homeland Security (DHS) is transferring $271 million from their constituent agencies toward funding border programs. According to NPR, of this $271 million, $155 million comes out of disaster relief funds from the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA). While it is correct and even common practice for DHS to […]


“Kashmir Hour:” Pakistan Shows Solidarity With The Disputed Region

On Friday, August 30, traffic and trains stopped in Pakistan at 12 pm as crowds gathered to show solidarity with the people in the Indian-controlled region of Kashmir. The event was led by Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan in response to India’s ongoing lockdown, including a high military presence and […]


UN Calls For Accountability In Most Recent Saudi-UAE Coalition Airstrike That Killed 100 People

The United Nations’s delegate in Yemen condemned an airstrike at a prison run by Houthi rebels, one that could be considered the deadliest done this year by the Saudi-UAE coalition, according to the Yemen Data Project and Al Jazeera. Martin Griffiths, who was elected as the Special Envoy of the […]


Walmart Attempt To Break The Status Quo By Banning Ammunition And Assault-Style Rifles Across Their Stores In America

On Tuesday, Walmart announced that they would discontinue sales of ammunition for handguns and various assault-style rifles in stores across the United States, reports Al Jazeera. This reduction in gun and ammunition sales is welcomed news by many, as it is one month after more than 20 people were killed […]