By ANTHONY VIGNA
President Obama caused debate amongst American citizens last week when he was proposing that the United States send military forces to retrieve chemical weapons from President Bashar al-Assad in war torn Syria.
The civil war in Syria started to escalate when al-Assad’s regime killed thousands of people, hundreds of which were children, with...Read more →
By BRIAN NAZZARO
Taylor Hassa is a 19 year old sophomore at Ramapo College and she doesn’t vote. She isn’t involved politically and she is part of a growing number of people who simply don’t vote.
“I don’t think I’m informed enough to really make decisions when it comes to politics because I don’t follow it,”...Read more →
By BRIAN NAZZARO
Cuba’s Castro brothers are preparing to make way for a new generation of leadership. The move comes amid the deteriorating health of Fidel and the aging of both him and his brother, current president, Raúl Castro.
There is a new National Assembly in place and they have appointed Miguel Díaz-Canel to the vice-presidency....Read more →
By KAYLEE LAZZARO
“My friend Bill O’Reilly is completely full of sh**.”
With that statement, Jon Stewart set the playful yet combative tone of his Oct. 6 debate with Bill O’Reilly, dubbed “The Rumble in the Air-Conditioned Auditorium.”
Throughout the 90-minute paid online debate, Stewart, of Comedy Central’s “The Daily Show with Jon Stewart,” and O’Reilly, of...Read more →
By KRISTA SALINARDI AND VALERIE TORRIZO
Weeks after Todd Akin’s controversial remarks on “legitimate rape” surfaced and less than two months from the presidential election, women’s vote is more important than ever as their health, choice and privacy are at stake.
Akin, the U.S. Representative for Missouri’s 2nd Congressional District, who is running as the Republican...Read more →