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Weekly America

Biden makes his first State of the Union address, Republicans dominate voter turnout in Texas primary election, and more than a million Ukrainians seek refuge amidst Russian invasion. Here are your top stories for Weekly America. Biden makes his first State of the Union address to a concerned America President Biden made his first State of the Union address to …


Film&TV, Review

Uncharted Movie Review – Boring, Forgetful, and a Betrayal to the Franchise

Uncharted is based on the popular video game series developed by Naughty Dog. Directed by Ruben Fleischer, the movie reimagines treasure hunter Nathan Drake in all his sarcastic glory as he begins his adventurous career. The story follows Nathan in his twenties, working as a bartender while side-hustling through some petty theft. Showing a deep interest in history’s most famous …


Weekly America

Russia invades Ukraine, Gov. Ron DeSantis sets stage for Republican presidential run in 2024, and three officers are found guilty over the George Floyd case. Here are your top stories for Weekly America. Russia invades Ukraine Russia has launched a full-scale invasion on Ukraine by land, sea, and air. It is the biggest attack on a European state since World …

Weekly America

Inflation wipes American economy with highest rate since 1982 The American economy staggers as inflation reaches a forty-year high of 7.5 per cent, according to the consumer price index (CPI). The report was conducted by the US Bureau of Labor Statistics from January 2021 to January 2022. Economists’ expectations were surpassed once again, leading to predictions that the economic problems …

New Column: Weekly America

The US and Russia reach a standoff over Ukraine, controversy arises over a new Supreme Court justice, and Biden’s ambitious Build Back Better plan reaches a dead-end. Here are your top stories in Weekly America. Pressure rises between US and Russia over Ukraine This week, tensions continue to rise between the US and Russia over the nation of Ukraine. President …

Pandemic’s Not to Blame for New Year’s Resolutions Failing

New Year’s resolutions are like double-edged swords. They prey on procrastinators’ nightmares, cause imposter syndrome in perfectionists, and wreak havoc on those who are complacent about their own inadequacies. However, they also offer us a chance of redemption, an opportunity to become better, stronger, and healthier. After two years of the coronavirus pandemic, it seems that the Western tradition of …