December 6, 2022
Illinois Teachers and Staff Sue Gov., School Boards, Agencies Over COVID Vaccine Requirement
The federal lawsuit, filed in the U.S. District Court for the Central District Court of Illinois on Sept. 20, says the plaintiffs declined COVID-19 vaccination “due to their sincerely held religious beliefs.”
May 14, 2022
The Furgotten: The Los Angeles Abandoned Animal Crisis
The amount of animals surrendered by their owners has more than doubled since 2021. As of April 25th, all six Los Angeles animal shelters have reached capacity, and some are reportedly so packed that animals have to share kennels. With this rise, many animal lovers and rescue organizations have had to step up in order to help the situation as best as possible.
April 20, 2022
No Stone Unturned: After COVID, These Brothers are Reshaping Their Marble Business
In Islamabad, three brothers rework their family business to meet the times.
April 18, 2022
For First Time in 2 Years, Pakistan Counts No COVID Deaths in 2 Days
(ISLAMABAD, Pakistan) —For the first time in two years, there have been zero reported deaths from the coronavirus in Pakistan […]
March 29, 2022
Smash Your Worries Away at Breakroom LA
If you’ve ever dreamed of smashing your worries away, and getting out of your comfort zone, a rage room is a good place to start. This has become a more popular notion that’s slowly taking over the country. People come from different parts of the world to experience things that were never before seen as possible.