Abbot Signs Texting-Driving Ban

On Tuesday, June 6th, Governor Gregg Abbot signed a bill into law that makes texting and driving illegal.

Hung Parliament a Possibility, U.K. Exit Poll Suggests

Pictured: Jeremy Corbyn, Labour Party leader As constituencies continue to be called in the U.K. snap election, exit polls are suggesting a hung parliament might be in the making.

Swift Action, not Swift’s Action: Failures of the Welfare State

Jonathan Swift, in his essay “A Modest Proposal," effectively utilizes an extended metaphor in order to convey his message that we must take action against widespread poverty.

Comey’s Huge Testimony

On Thursday, June 8th, former FBI Director James Comey took a seat in front of the United States Senate Intelligence Committee, which was shaping up to be one of the biggest congressional testimonies in United States History.

Trump’s New FBI Director

A replacement for James Comey has been found.

12 Killed & 42 Wounded In IS Attack On Iranian Parliament

The Islamic State claimed responsibility for two attacks in the heart of Iran

Officer Attacked with Hammer in Paris

A lone attacker injured a police officer Tuesday afternoon in Paris.

UK Elections: Tories Begin Faltering in Polls

With the “snap election” called by Teresa May a mere two days away, recent polling has shown that the Conservative party may be closer to losing their majority than previously thought

Trump Set to Fill Federal Reserve Vacancies

Pictured: Randal Quarles In the first significant structural change to the Federal Reserve in years, Donald Trump is expected to nominate two fresh faces to the Federal Reserve.

Orlando Shooter Kills 5, Then Self

Five deaths in Orlando on Monday morning.


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