Unsung Heroes: Anonymous at War with ISIS

Following devastating terror attacks in Paris, Lebanon, and on a Russian commercial flight, many countries have vowed to fight ISIS until it can no longer function as a terror organization. While these threats and calls to action demonstrate the tenacity and power of the governments behind them, one non-governmental group has vowed to fight the anti-terror battle as well on […]

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Modern Family: New Legislation to Allow More than One Child per Family in China

History has been made this week regarding one of the most controversial pieces of legislation to ever pass through a government.  On Thursday, October 28th, the Chinese government announced that it has decided to end its one-child policy; henceforth allowing couples to have two children. The one-child policy was enacted in 1979 in an attempt to curtail the population growth […]

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You Stink: The Dangerous Implications of the Lebanese Trash Crisis

With so much attention being placed on extremist activities in the Middle East, a pileup of trash in the streets of a highly populated city really isn’t important, relevant, or interesting news at all. Or is it? In July of 2015, Lebanon’s largest landfill closed.  Weeks later, the government had not come up with a contingency plan or act proactively on the issue. […]

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