Stanley Colaço Staff Writer National Twitter sold to Elon Musk in $44 billion deal After more than a month of discussions and changes in shares, ownership and corporate structure, Elon
Stanley Colaço Staff Writer National Murder charges dropped against woman who ‘self-induced’ abortion On Sunday, Texas local prosecutor Gocha Allen Ramirez announced he will not be pursuing murder charges on
Theresa Balick Copy Editor With the rising crisis in Ukraine, Franciscan University of Steubenville faculty, staff and students studying in Austria have responded generously by taking in several Ukrainian refugees
Veronica Novotny Editor-in-Chief National Will Smith slaps Chris Rock during Oscars over joke about Smith’s wife Comedian Chris Rock took the stage Sunday night at the 94th Academy Awards
Stanley Colaço Staff Writer National California trucker convoy of hundreds reaches capital After crossing the width of the country, the American offshoot of the Canadian trucker convoy reached Washington, D.C.
Stanley Colaço Staff Writer National US Army announces dischargement of all unvaccinated soldiers The United States Army has officially announced plans to begin discharging all unvaccinated soldiers. The largest and
Veronica Novotny Editor-in-Chief National Kyle Rittenhouse acquitted of all charges After shooting three men during a protest in Kenosha, Wisconsin, in August 2020, Kyle Rittenhouse has been acquitted of all
Theresa Balick Austria Correspondent It finally happened: the unvaccinated in Austria have gone into lockdown as COVID-19 cases skyrocket throughout the country. For the unvaccinated, like myself, this means that
Stanley Colaço Staff Writer National Democrats pass infrastructure bill after months long debate Democrats passed a $1.2 trillion infrastructure bill Friday, Nov. 5, that contains over 10 different infrastructure goals.
Stanley Colaço Staff Writer National Wall Street Journal report claims Facebook censorship works against conservative media A Wall Street Journal report that has been collecting data from the last few