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Tiger Woods

On February 23rd at 7:00 am in California, Tiger Woods was in a one-car vehicle accident. The car ran off the road and flipped on its side in an embankment. It wasn’t long after the car accident that pictures and details were posted all over the media and news outlets, including, but not limited to, […]

Opening an Old Can of Worms

I recently read an article about a 2007 interview Paris Hilton had on the David Letterman Show. The article was titled “Paris Hilton says David Letterman ‘purposefully’ tried to ‘humiliate’ her during 2007 interview about jail.” Long title, I know. During the interview, Letterman asked Paris questions that apparently she did not feel comfortable with […]

Tweets from the Underground

Firstly, I want to mention that I am not writing about this in support of racist remarks. However, I wanted to talk about the resurfacing of racist tweets and my thoughts about them. The latest person to be called out on old tweets is Alexi McCammond. McCammond is the new editor at Teen Vogue. In […]

Criminals in the Spotlight

When the news media reports on crimes, even the most heinous ones, should the criminals be named? In this article, they compare the journalistic and government approaches of America, Canada, and a handful of European Countries. The person who produced this study, established the countries into three different groups in regards to how they proceed […]

Blockage Creates Unity

Countries all over the world are currently being affected by the same problem, the Suez Canal blockage. According to USA Today, there is currently 360 ships waiting to go through the canal. News coverage has been conducted globally. On Tuesday, March 22 was the day the container ship found itself in quite a pickle. “The […]

Power of the China Ban

In February of 2021, China decided to ban the BBC. If you don’t know what that is, the BBC is the British Broadcasting Corporation. China states that decision was made after “It accused the BBC of failing to meet the requirement for news to be truthful and fair, and accused it of damaging China’s national […]

In Google we Antitrust

It is not that surprising to find out that Google has been practicing greedy and shady behaviors. This article shines a light on the recent proof of Google’s misconduct. Starting with its accidental reveal of their Project Bernanke, “In which Google used its knowledge of past ad bids to alter bids put forward by its […]

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