Trump becomes first president to be impeached twice as House charges him with inciting an insurrection

He was previously impeached on charges of abuse of power and obstruction of Congress related to the Ukraine scandal. By: Sonam Sheth  Article Reprint The House of Representatives voted to impeach President Donald Trump on Wednesday afternoon over his role in inciting an attempted coup at the US Capitol that resulted in

Donald Trump Represented America’s Ugly Truth but Not the Beautiful Lie

By: Jarrod Horton Staff Writer I was thinking of a way to describe Donald Trump’s term as president. I thought of the words confusing, crazy, chaotic, destructive, entertaining, divisive, just to name a few. In the end, I concluded there isn’t one word that describes Trump’s time as president.  

Civil Rights Group are Planning to Protest Google if they don’t ban Donald Trump’s YouTube Channel

BTN STAFF Civil rights groups are demanding that Google take down Donald Trump’s YouTube channel. The NAACP, Anti-Defamation League, Color of Change and Common-Sense Media said they are willing to protest the company if they don’t remove Trump’s videos.    

Former Governor Rick Snyder expected to be charged in connection with Flint water crisis

BY ZOE CHRISTEN JONES Article Reprint Former Michigan Governor Rick Snyder and others in his administration are expected to be charged for their role in the Flint water crisis, sources confirmed to CBS News. The ongoing crisis, which began in 2014, exposed residents of the majority Black community to high

Bernie Sanders: No Pentagon Funding Without a Vote on $2,000 Checks

Sanders says he’ll keep senators in Washington — including Kelly Loeffler and David Perdue — on New Year’s Eve unless he gets a vote on more Covid-19 relief money By: ANDY KROLL  Article Reprint Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.) wants to force a vote in the U.S. Senate on increasing Covid-19 relief checks from $600