With Boeing’s 737 MAX Continuing to Face Worldwide Grounding, the Airplane Manufacturer Faces Tough Questions

December 12, 2019

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December 12, 2019

As 2020 barrels closer, the race to determine the U.S. trajectory for the next four years is once again drawing near. In such a high-stakes contest to lead what arguably is still the dominant world hegemon, citizens should not settle for a president they don’t actually...

December 12, 2019

Following the crash of two Boeing 737 MAX aircraft in the span of only five months, a worldwide grounding continues to grip the airplane manufacturer. Despite renewed commitments to safety and transparency, Boeing continues to face global scrutiny, mounting internation...

December 12, 2019

At 8pm on October 20th, the day of Bolivia’s presidential election, the Bolivian national voting system failed, leaving the results of the presidential vote unknown for 24 hours. Before the system failure, incumbent Evo Morales was 10 points shy of the required lead to...

December 7, 2019

Massachusetts senator and 2020 presidential candidate Elizabeth Warren charged up Democratic donors in Boston at the Democratic National Committee (DNC) IWillVote fundraising gala in the Seaport District last night.

“We need big ideas that can be the lifeblood of our pa...

November 18, 2019

Charlie Baker, the governor of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, has recently declared a statewide public health emergency in an attempt to regulate the influx of health problems associated with e-cigarette products. The regulation temporarily bans the sale of e-cigar...

November 18, 2019

On September 13th, 2019, the Supreme Court issued their docket of cases to hear for the October 2019 term. These upcoming cases span across several polarizing policy issues, including Louisiana’s newly implemented restrictions on abortion, LGBTQ workplace discriminatio...

November 17, 2019

Despite its liberal reliability since 1928, the state of Massachusetts continues to permit the use of shock therapy on disabled students at a local residential facility. Since 1971, the Judge Rotenberg Educational Center (JRC) has provided education and treatment to bo...

November 17, 2019

After looming controversy and an uproar of protests, conservative commentator and author Ben Shapiro lectured an audience of 1,500 people on the legacy of slavery at Boston University Wednesday night. His appearance was hosted by the Boston University chapter of the co...

November 14, 2019

Voters scoping out the 2020 presidential field likely know Andrew Yang as the non-establishment Democrat who wants to give everyone money. The entrepreneur’s plan, called the Freedom Dividend, is in effect a form of universal basic income (UBI), and would distribute $1...

November 14, 2019

Since the nomination and confirmation of Thurgood Marshall to the Supreme Court, the highest court in the land has often been the main institutional actor in checking white power. From landmark cases such from Brown v. Board of Education (1954) to University of Califor...

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