Saudi Arabia releases activists that pushed for women’s Rights

After being arrested last month, eight activists from Saudi Arabia have been “temporarily” released. They were imprisoned for protesting against the country’s ban towards women drivers. The group was composed of three men and five women, and nine other activists for women’s rights have been held under custody due to “sufficient evidence against them.” TheyRead More

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Trump’s Infrastructure Plan to Privatize Air Traffic Control

On the campaign trail, Donald Trump called for a government investment of $1 trillion into the nation’s infrastructure. He has now released the overview of a plan that would privatize and modernize the air-traffic control system of the country, placing the bulk of infrastructure costs on states, cities, and corporations rather than the federal government,Read More

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Stowaway Falls to Death on a British Airways Flight

Usually incidents that surround flights and airports are unfortunate incidents of hijacking and smuggling. Airport and flight security are always on an alert watch for these incidents and sometimes, manage very well to avoid these issues. However, a very curious incident has recently taken place aboard a British Airways flight. Two men apparently clung toRead More

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Obama’s Plans to Alleviate the Embargo with Cuba Starts this Friday

President Obama plans on getting the embargo against Cuba moving along as soon as possible. The President is making trading and traveling between the two countries easier with his plan to reestablish relations with Cuba. “These 50 years have shown that isolation has not worked,” exclaims the president. While Congress is skeptical about the embargo, the PresidentRead More

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