According to a poll conducted by Monmouth University, Tulsi Gabbard, Democratic representative from Hawaii, qualifies to participate in the upcoming debates now scheduled for mid-October. Gabbard did not make the cut for the last debate which took place on September 12, 2019. The poll showed that Gabbard has 2% support from registered Democrats and unaffiliated […]
In the 67 years that Queen Elizabeth has sat on the throne as Great Britain’s leading royal, she has met almost every sitting president. Dwight D. Eisenhower was the first US president to meet Queen Elizabeth, but she met Harry Truman when she was still Princess Elizabeth. For a rare royal state visit, protocol demands […]
Lori Lightfoot, the first openly gay and black woman to hold the office of mayor of Chicago, was sworn in on May 20th, 2019. Watch the highlights in the following video.
Julian Assange, the mastermind behind the whistle-blowing, secret-revealing Wiki Leaks website, was sentenced to almost one year in prison for jumping bail almost years ago, in 2012. At the time he jumped bail Assange was sought by the Swedish government for questioning about his role in the rape and sexual assault of two Swedish women. […]