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Article on a phone about the coronavirus in Colorado from the Denver Post on April 1, 2020.

The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly-#COVIDDiariesOfACC

April 21, 2020

How have students at Arapahoe Community College felt since the strong changes brought on by COVID-19? #COVIDDiariesOfACC is a mini-series composed of non-fiction...

Empty cleaning supply shelves at Wal Mart off of C-470 in Littleton, Colo., on March, 12th, 2020.

Tips to Prepare for a Possible Quarantine

March 16, 2020

With the recent consideration of total lockdown in New York City due to a spike in coronavirus cases it’s increasingly important to prepare for the possibil...

A Jewish Defense of Ilhan Omar

Jewish Voice for Peace member Osie Adelfang hiking through Palestine in April 2017.

Jaymes Grundmann, Reporter

April 16, 2019

Democratic Minnesota Congresswoman Ilhan Omar stirred controversy when she retweeted Glenn Greenwald's criticism of the American Israel Public Affairs...

Russian Special Forces without identification markings in Crimea 2014 Picture by SERGEY PONOMAREV via NYT

Maskirovka and Russia’s Attack on Democracy

May 11, 2018

The conclusion of the various American intelligence agencies is that Russia intentionally attacked the democratic process of the US in 2016 while supporting...

Pot Abroad

Liam Toomey, Reporter

April 23, 2018

The wave of State legalization of marijuana has been dramatic for a nation that has some of the toughest drug laws in the world. The domestic challenges have been well documented, from banking and finance issues to State versus Federal authority. The US has agreements and treaties abroad that have defined the ‘war on drugs.’ The Single Convention on Narcotics from 1961 has been the bas...

The armored train that North Korean leaders have used to travel to China, image via Jason Lee, ABC.

A New Start to an Old Relationship

April 6, 2018

The relationship between China and Korea was once described by Mao Zedong as being "as close as lips and teeth,” because they have long been allies,...

The clock tower in the Kremlin, from, via

The Paper Strength of Russia’s Economy

March 31, 2018

The Russian economy is their greatest single weakness, a target of the sanctions put in place in 2014 by the European Union as a punishment for the illegal annexation of Crimea. But even with the sanctions, the Russian economy seems to be staying afloat...

Syrian Civil War zones of control.
Assad forces (red), ISIS (black), SDF (yellow), Free Syrian Army (green)
By Ermanarich, via Wikimedia Commons

A New Phase of the Syrian Civil War

March 28, 2018

Many Americans might be surprised to learn that the US has boots on the ground in Syria. They are there as “military advisors,” as trainers, forward...

The New China, Xi’s China

Liam Toomey, Reporter

March 9, 2018

The Chinese Central Committee proposed to amend the constitution to remove presidential term limits, allowing Xi Jinping, the current president, to serve as the leader of the nation seemingly indefinitely. Xi has reached a new height of power with this move. He began his first term in 2013 and will enter his second this month, extending his term until 2023. The ...

Maldives capital Malé

Paradise in Crisis

February 24, 2018

The president of the Maldives has declared a state of emergency as he arrested opposition leaders, supreme court justices, and his half-brother, the former...

Russian Interference Investigations Follow Money Trail

Russian Interference Investigations Follow Money Trail

December 8, 2017

There are still on-going investigations about Russia, but the story has unfolded since January. Every day brings revelations of astonishing information...

Image via WikiMedia

Armistice Day: Lest The World Forgets

November 14, 2017

Every year in November, the world observes the wars that scarred the 20th century, and the brave men and women who fought them. At 11 o'clock on Monday...