Disclaimer: This interview has been condensed and edited for clarity purposes.  Indigenous people in the United States have been marginalized and discriminated against for centuries with restricted access to health care, land rights and much more. Yet, unfortunately, this glaring ...

On May 2, 2022, an official draft of a U.S. Supreme Court opinion that would overturn Roe  v. Wade was leaked on the Internet, raising justified concerns over the future of reproductive and civil rights in the United States and ...

The 2022 Beijing Winter Olympics was marked by a myriad of controversies that defined the new year. From the political boycott by various nations against China’s hosting of the Olympics to a Russian skier caught up in a doping scandal, ...

LOS ANGELES — A raid by U.S. special operations forces in Syria on Feb. 3 resulted in the death of Abu Ibrahim al-Hashimi al-Qurayshi, leader of ISIS. Surrounded by troops at his home, al-Qurayshi refused to surrender and instead detonated ...

LOS ANGELES — Despite recent storms bringing intense rainfall to some parts of California, the state—along with the American Southwest—continues to experience its most dire drought conditions in decades. This is caused in no small part by the extremely low ...

Today marks one year since the U.S. Capitol Insurrection — a violent attack on Congress fueled by conspiratorial claims and encouraged by former President Donald Trump. The violent attack still rings sharp in the American consciousness.  Images of chaos in ...

LOS ANGELES — Mary Johnson, an indigenous woman from Washington, went missing in November of 2020, yet Seattle FBI only recently offered a reward for information about her disappearance, almost a year after her being reported missing. Gerry Davis, Johnson’s ...

LOS ANGELES — Currently making its way through Congress, the annual defense bill proposes the inclusion of women in the national military draft. The compulsory military draft ended after the Vietnam war in 1973 due to much controversy and public ...

LOS ANGELES — From Sept. 15 to Oct. 15, the United States celebrates Latinx Heritage Month, but does anything substantial really happen during this time?  From the government’s perspective, federal agencies organize events like workshops and career fairs and the ...

LOS ANGELES — New legislation in Texas surrounding abortion access is sending shock waves around the world. The bill bans abortions after six weeks, before most women even know they are pregnant, circumventing constitutional provisions of the right to abortion ...