On June 14, a little 2-year-old boy by the name of Lane Graves was dragged underwater into a lagoon near the Walt Disney World hotel in Lake Buena Vista, Florida, by an alligator and drowned. His body was found by an Orange County dive team the next day, with the body still intact with a … Continue reading Child Attacked by Alligator at Disney World
Tuesday June 13th The United States of America asked The Country of China to lower their barriers for foreign firms. During the U.S pressing China for foreign business they also discussed their concerns about their regulatory environment going more complex by the minute. “Concerns about the business climate have grown in recent years, with foreign … Continue reading U.S Pressing China for Foreign Business
Canada’s prime minister has given $86 million to the Canadian red cross to help combat forest fires in the country and for general response to emergencies. The red cross does more than anyone else to help with aid, and they are the best people to go to when there is need for aid in the … Continue reading Canada’s Prime Minister Gives $86 Million To Red Cross
A common miscomprehension is that presidential candidates run their campaigns with the aid of only a handful of assistants. While that may have been true decades ago, to run for President of the United States in 2016, you need affluence and the strength obtained from numbers. Bernie Sanders’ campaign has created over one thousand jobs … Continue reading Bernie Sanders to Lay Off Hundreds of Campaign Staff
They say that Super Tuesday can really give the nation a look at who will most likely become the Republican and Democratic nominee for President of the United States. Several states still need to place their votes, however Super Tuesday allowed a glimpse at who is on top in each party. It has been known … Continue reading Who Will the Presidential Nominees Be?