Justin Norris | Staff Writer The Associated Press Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh continues to face obstacles on his road to confirmation as a judge on the Supreme Court. From the perspective of those on the left, some find Kavanaugh’s record questionable, while others have a problem with President Trump appointing a second judge to a lifetime seat while being under federal investigation. Meanwhile, some conservatives are worried that Kavanaugh would support Trump over the good of the country if nominated to the highest court in the land. According to C-SPAN, Senator Jeff Flake (R-AZ) voiced his wariness at the … Continue reading The Brett Kavanaugh debate continues
Isaiah Spencer | Staff Writer This image was captured by satellite around 1:45 pm ET Wednesday, Sept. 12. NOAA/STAR Hurricane Florence has been a trending topic for the past two weeks. Hampton Roads, the Northampton area, the coastal area of North Carolina, including Wilmington, and parts of South Carolina were expected to get the worst end of the hurricane. Governor Ralph Northam urged residents to evacuate because of potential damage that could affect Virginia. In the days leading up to the hurricane newscasters projected that it would storm all week in the Hampton Roads area, but as the days passed, … Continue reading Hurricane Florence: What really occurred?
Brianna Jackson| Contributing Writer Brianna Jackson, far right, and her roommates enjoy a last brunch date before the end of her internship. Courtesy of Brianna Jackson Brianna Jackson, a 2018 Hampton University graduate, earned a paid news internship at Bloomberg this past summer after taking Professor Butch Maier’s JAC 451 Business Journalism course. Bloomberg reps visit Professor Maier’s class several times each semester. This summer, I was given the opportunity of a lifetime to be a news intern at Bloomberg L.P. in New York City for 10 weeks. During my time in New York, I chose to live in the … Continue reading Hampton University grad glad to experience Bloomberg summer internship
Kyra Robinson | Staff Writer After the FBI raided the home, hotel and office of President Donald Trump’s personal attorney April 9, the commander in chief … Continue reading FBI raid on Trump’s attorney shakes up White House
Mia Luckett | Contributing Writer In a recent Princeton University study, five Virginia cities were ranked among the top 10 cities that have the highest eviction … Continue reading Five Virginia cities make top 10 list for highest eviction rates
Zoe Griffin | Staff Writer The host of “The Ingraham Angle” on Fox News returned to Fox after being under fire for tweeting that one of … Continue reading Laura Ingraham returns to Fox after controversial tweet
Kennedi Jackson | Staff Writer In the aftermath of the most recent shootings, there has been widespread anger over gun violence, inspiring marches and protests … Continue reading Stephon Clark shooting brings attention to police gun violence once again