Homelessness. It’s not something any one of us could imagine we’d ever have to deal with, and we all hope that we never have to.
National News Hate Crime Against a Black Student at the University of Maryland Richard Collins III was waiting at an on campus bus stop with
Even after a hundred days into the Trump presidency, the administration is still managing to create mountains of headlines that can overwhelm the average person.
May 17, 2017 was a date whose significance alluded most. Its importance re-stemmed from the fact that it marked the deadline for president Donald Trump
If you’ve turned on the TV in the past couple of years or if you simply don’t live under a rock, you may have noticed
National News Health Care Bill Goes Through House of Representatives The new Health Care Bill as per Trump’s orders has been approved by the House
There’s no denying that UN peacekeeping forces do a very difficult job — perhaps the world’s most difficult job of all — keeping the peace.
While nobody can dispute that the American Red Cross does some incredible work both at home and abroad, when the Haitian earthquake struck in 2010
–Written by Soura, Reem & Sarosh Many of us give donations to various charities from Habitat for Humanity to the Red Cross with sincere intentions
When Donald Trump assumed his role as President of the United States on January 20th, many people were, understandably, freaking out about what this might