In Colorado, LGBTQIA+ rights have often been repressed. Meet the students at William J. Palmer High School who took their school district to court – and won!
Exploring America’s history and how it impacts today’s society – from the Founding Mothers to what marijuana tells us about States’ rights
What exactly is a State? And why do we have different state laws and federal laws?
Imagine if the United States Presidential Election was a talent show, only the public doesn’t vote for them. That – to be honest – is how the Electoral College works.
Did you know, people in Puerto Rico pay U.S. taxes but can’t vote for our President?
Did you know that there are 17 different intelligence agencies operating in the US today?
The Second Amendment, the NRA and the students vying to change the American right to bear arms.
Harvard University lecturer and author Caroline Light explains why the gun control debate in America is louder than ever before.
What is the Selective Service System (aka the draft), where does it come from and how compulsory is it really?
Selective Service may only apply to young men but more women than ever are entering the US military.
So how is America is doing in the fight against global warming? Not great.