Arizona reopens all businesses at 100% capacity

Arizona can now open doors to all of its businesses at full capacity. The Governor of the state, Doug Ducey, announced on March 5 that restaurants, gyms, theatres, and water parks can all reopen. Social distancing and mask-wearing rules are still in place. Before the decision, most businesses were allowed to have up to 50% […]

YouTube cancels Myanmar military-run channels

YouTube has decided to cancel five Myanmar military-run channels on its platform for a violation of its community guidelines and terms of service. The decision came following Facebook’s earlier announcement that it suspended all Myanmar military-linked pages from its site and from Instagram. The move comes after an over-month-long string of deadly protests have been […]

Troops at Capitol hospitalized due to bad food

A number of National Guard troops in Washington DC have been hospitalized after consuming food containing metal shavings and feathers. Michigan members of the House of Representatives sent a letter to the chief of the National Guard, Gen. Daniel Hokanson, on Tuesday, sharing their discontent with the findings. It was also found that the meat […]

Capitol Riot: FBI Director testifies

FBI Director, Christopher Wray, shared his insights on the riot at the Capitol on January 6. Wray said the FBI apparently visited some extremists and attempted to dissuade them from coming to Washington.

No vaccine no privacy: Israel passes law

Israel passed a law allowing the government to share the identities of people who are not vaccinated against the COVID-19 virus. Passing the law, officials asked, “Is privacy more important than life itself?”