1. Joe Biden is Now Beating Donald Trump in the Majority of Polls

    By Kate Plummer Joe Biden is now beating Donald Trump in the majority of recent polls, just seven months before the presidential election. Last month it was confirmed that the pair will face off against each other in November, with Biden and Trump both winning enough delegates to s
  2. The Tragic Fallout of the World Central Kitchen Airstrikes

    By Grace Segers This week, after Israeli airstrikes killed seven workers from World Central Kitchen—the globe-trotting food aid organization famous for showing up wherever there are people in need (including Washington, during government shutdowns )—multiple humanitarian organizati
  3. “The seven angels killed on a @WCKitchen mission in Gaza on Monday were the best of humanity. The Israeli government needs to open more land routes for food and medicine today. It needs to stop killing civilians and aid workers today. It needs to start the long journey to peace to
  4. “Unacceptable”: White House Cancels Event as Biden Struggles on Gaza

    By Hafiz Rashid The White House has canceled its yearly iftar banquet, a tradition where the president hosts Muslims in government, community leaders from across the country, and members of the diplomatic corps to break their daily Ramadan fast with an evening meal. And President
  5. Why isn’t Bournemouth vs Crystal Palace Premier League game live on TV in UK?

    By Jonathan Gorrie Oliver Glasner is still searching for his second win as Crystal Palace manager ahead of their Premier League trip to Bournemouth later today. While there have been promising early signs to the Austrian’s tenure and a lingering injury crisis must be taken into acc
  6. UN Security Council Mandates Immediate Cease-Fire In Gaza: US Abstains, Netanyahu Cancels Trip To US

    By Piero Cingari The United Nations Security Council has endorsed a resolution advocating for an immediate halt to hostilities in Gaza throughout Ramadan, marking a pivotal shift after a prolonged deadlock of five months, various media sources revealed Monday. This decision marked
  7. Army General sent home early in disgrace from Afghanistan after 'throwing parties at embassy and drinking champagne'

    By Georgina Cutler A senior military chief has been sent home early from Afghanistan in disgrace over alleged inappropriate language and behaviour in the workplace. Major General Charlie Herbert OBE was said to be throwing parties at the British embassy and drinking alcohol openly
  8. #StreetArt #MuralArt #Art #ChildrenAre #Innocent #StopWar #Ceasefire #Peace #ToysForPeace by Circle of Toys An #IsraelGaza #peace #mural that was defaced two weeks after its unveiling in east London has been painted over by Transport for London (TfL). The mural appeared on a TfL-ow
  9. TikTok quietly kills hashtag view count feature

    TikTok is facing backlash once again, now for removing a feature that displayed the view counts of hashtags on the social media platform. First reported by The Washington Post , it is believed the change was made after critics said the app was boosting pro-Palestinian content . SEE
  10. Biden wins Nevada primary as he continues to focus on Trump for 2020 rematch

    By John Bowden President Joe Biden won an easy victory in Nevada’s Democratic primary on Tuesday over his lone prominent rival in the state, author Marianne Williamson. Congressman Dean Phillips, another Democrat running for the party’s nomination, did not participate in the state.