Jhené Aiko Announces New Album “Chilombo”

 Jhené Aiko “Chilombo” album photoshoot. Photo courtesy of: Consequence of sound

Juliana Arreloa

March 2, 2020

Jhené Aiko announced the release date for her upcoming new album, Chilombo, to be released on March 6. She also revealed the cover art featuring her own close-up portrait wearing a yellow head wrap. The title of the album comes from the full name of R&B singer — Jhené Aiko Efuru Chilombo — a...

Update on Coronavirus: U.S. Quarantine

Some travelers wear masks to avoid the virus being passed on. Photo Courtesy of: Los Angeles Times

Pilar Hernandez and Geovany De niz

March 2, 2020

On Friday, the 21st of February, U.S. District Judge Josephine L. Staton issued a temporary restraining order to stop the transportation of the 30 to 50 people infected with the coronavirus to Costa Mesa. Judge Josephine L. Staton set a hearing for Monday at 2 P.M. to find out for certain if the requ...

Racism Towards Asians: The Coronavirus Outbreak

A nail shop in Vietnam who is refusing to serve Chinese customers due to the virus. Photo courtesy of: The New York Times

Jasmine Castro

February 7, 2020

The lack of knowledge and understanding of the coronavirus amid a global outbreak has caused an unprecedented amount of fear and paranoia among people towards the virus and the potential carriers. There have been various incidents since the virus was first identified in late December in which people ...

US Travel Ban

Picture taken during a travel ban protest in Los Angeles airport.Photo courtesy of: Wiki Commons

Christian Gobres

February 7, 2020

Taking effect on February 22, the Trump administration has expanded the travel ban, adding in six more countries to the list of seven. The first travel ban came into effect back in September 2018, which affected citizens from the countries of Iran, Libya, North Korea, Somalia, Syria, and Yemen. A...

Coronavirus Outbreak

Several people wearing surgical masks after the outbreak of the Coronavirus. Photo courtesy of: Fox News

Jasmine Castro and Christian Gobres

January 31, 2020

Ever since the outbreak in Wuhan, China, the coronavirus has spread to multiple countries, with about six cases being confirmed in the United States. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, the virus had been contracted late last year on December 31, after a few people were repo...

WWIII Scandal

Iranians rallying behind their government after the killing of general Qasem Soleimani. Photo courtesy of: Wiki Commons

Victor Martinez

January 24, 2020

Early in 2020 news broke out that one of Iran’s general’s Qasem Soleimani was assassinated in a U.S. drone strike. Ever since then tensions between the U.S. and Iran have been high, President Trump stated that the strike was ordered to stop a war. Since then many people have come out and have shown either their...

The Deadly Volcano Eruption In New Zealand

Volcano In New Zealand Erupting. Photo courtesy of: Business Insider

Geovany De niz

December 16, 2019

On December 9, in White Island, New Zealand, the Whakaari volcano erupted, and 70% of the volcano sits under the sea, resulting in six casualties along with at least eight missing people.  Of the 47 people that were on the volcano at the time, many of them had suffered 3rd-degree burns to various par...

Zozibini Tunzi wins Miss Universe 2019

Zozibini Tunzi, previously Miss South Africa, is crowned Miss Universe 2019 in Atlanta. Photo courtesy of: Alex Mertz of Wikimedia Commons

Victor Martinez

December 13, 2019

Miss Universe was crowned on Sunday, December 10th. South Africa’s Zozibuni Tunzi was crowned as Miss Universe. Broadcasted live from Atlanta, Tunzi took the title after competing with over 90 women. Among many of the contestants that competed were runner-ups Madison Anderson from Puerto Rico and So...

Burkina Faso Terrorist Attacks

 A church in Burkina Faso that was shot up during Monday’s terrorist attacks. Photo courtesy of: Khym54 via Flickr

Victor Martinez

December 6, 2019

On Sunday, the 1st of December, terrorists attacked a church in Burkina Faso which killed 14 people. The attacks took place in a small town called Hantoukoura and several other victims were wounded along with the 14 dead. Organizations have yet to take responsibility for the attack. Officials have, howeve...

Sexual Assault Crimes On Cruise Ships Show Inconsistencies On International Law

On board the Royal Caribbean, its visitors relax contentedly.

Angel Reyes

October 6, 2019

In 2018 alone, there have been 120 alleged crimes including homicide and kidnappings aboard cruise lines.

Royal Seal of Approval

Photo of Queen Elizabeth II in 2015 during the attendance of the Berlin banquet speech.
Photo Courtesy of: Wikimedia Commons by PolizeiBerlin and HalloweenNight.

Christian Gobres

October 6, 2019

Queen Elizabeth II recently accepted a request that suspends the Parliament of England from the second week of September to October 14th.

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