2022 has proven to be nothing short of a significant and eventful year. Overcoming the summer months, 360 reviews and highlights the main news of the month of September.
By Justin Lyons Mika announced Wednesday that his “I ❤️ Beirut” concert, which was live-streamed Sept. 19 on his YouTube channel, raised more than €1 million for the people of Lebanon. An explosion at a Beirut warehouse on Aug. 4 killed more than 200 and injured more than 5,000. Ticket sales, sponsors and public donations […]
By Eamonn Burke Amidst a large spike in Covid-19 cases across the United States, the governor of Georgia has sued the mayor of Atlanta, a hotspot for the virus. The lawsuit, filed yesterday, is filed against the mayor for mandating strict health measures, meaning masks. Governor Brian Kemp (R) claims that the mayor’s “disastrous policies […]
by Tara McDonough Earlier today WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange was arrested inside the Ecuadorian embassy for breaching U.K. bail conditions. He has also been further arrested by U.S. authorities with an extradition warrant on a conspiracy charge for publishing classified information by former army intelligence analyst Chelsea Manning. On Thursday the Justice Department prosecutors confirmed […]
Registered nurses with the California Nurses Association/National Nurses United (CNA/NNU) applaud news that—as the result of a historic strike—30,000 educators represented by United Teachers of Los Angeles (UTLA) have reached an agreement, ratified in voting last night, with the L.A. Unified School District (LAUSD). “This is a huge victory for the children, families and hardworking teachers of Los Angeles. The courageous teachers and […]
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