Peru declares a state of emergency due to deadly protests over ousted President Pedro Castillo

Like a sudden windstorm, tremendous changes and big feelings have rushed through Peru. The beginning of it all occurred with the removal of President Pedro Castillo from office. Many were offended by this, and soon the streets were crowded with people venting their grief and rage. Peru is currently experiencing something akin to a massive … Read more

Sign-ups for Obamacare Reach 20 Million Just Days Before Open Enrollment Ends

A Revolutionary Period for the Affordable Care Act January 10, 2024, Washington, D.C. Only a few days before the open enrollment season ends on January 16th, enrollment figures for the 2024 coverage year have reached a record-breaking 20 million people, which is a major boost for the Affordable Care Act (ACA), often known as Obamacare. … Read more

Border Security Showdown Looms

The 1,954 miles of dry plains, towering mountains, and perilous rivers that make up the US-Mexico border have long been the subject of contentious political discussion in the country. And as 2024 approaches, the matter is once more set to turn into a battlefield, with a possible “showdown” in the offing. Conflicting Visions, Complicated Reality: … Read more

DOJ Wants the Buffalo Supermarket Shooter to Die

On a bright Tuesday, picture people going to the nearby grocery store and youngsters getting snacks. Abruptly, a storm breaks out—one driven by hate and violence, not the kind Mother Nature creates. That was the case in Buffalo, New York, during the previous spring. A young man unleashed a horror in a supermarket after entering … Read more

Apple Was Aware of the AirDrop Tracking Leak

The Drawback: AirDrop connects devices directly to other devices via Bluetooth and Wi-Fi, negating the need for the internet. That’s fantastic for speed and privacy, right? Not exactly, though. Researchers found that a vulnerability in this direct link may be exploited by someone with specialized equipment. Think of it as a small opening in the … Read more