Year: 2018

Home Prices Might Slow Down in 2018 According to Nick Vertucci

From January 1st, 2012, through January 1st, 2018, the national average price for homes put up for sale has consistently increased. Research shows that the United States’ median home price, when all states and territories are considered, is up an astounding, jaw-dropped 38 percent.   The Case-Shiller indexer complex financial mathematical tool that lets real

The Multi-billion Dollar Marijuana Industry in the US Is Booming

In 2018, cannabis remains to be an illegal product in the United States under federal law despite the passing of legislation in multiple states legalizing its use both for medical and recreational purposes. Nine states in the union and the District of Columbia have allowed the use of recreational cannabis while 30 others have legalized

The Director of the CIA Met With His Counterpart from Moscow in the US

Last week, the US government allowed a top spy from Russia to visit the United States despite the sanctions that were previously imposed against him which under normal circumstances would have prevented him from entering America. The top spy from Moscow was supposed to hold a couple of meetings with officials from the US intelligence

The Deputy director For The FBI, Andrew McCabe Steps Down

On Monday, the FBI deputy director stepped down in a move that was widely anticipated. Deputy director Andrew McCabe’s move gave a further indication of the worsening relationship between President Donald Trump and the federal agencies that are tasked with investigating the ties between his presidential campaign and the Kremlin. McCabe resigns from office after

A Critical decision set to be made on the Fate of Syrians in America

This week, the US government will make a decision on whether to allow 6,900 Syrian nationals to continue living in the country or deport them back home to a nation that has been ravaged by chemical weapons attacks, barrel bombs, airstrikes, and starvation. The Syrian nationals enjoy the temporary protected status which gives non-citizens to

America’s National Security is severely being affected by a failed politics in Washington

The convergence of interests involving two separate events has led to a very conspicuous trend in the US. The American national security is seriously being affected by a failed political process by the Republican Party in the halls of Washington. For instance, Australia’s strategic outlook comes with very grave implications. The Conservative majority in Congress