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President Trump provided a briefing on the current COVID-19 situation on March 29 in the White House Rose Garden. Mr. Trump announced that he will be extending social distancing guidelines through April 30. Photo by Pete Marovich for the New York Times.

Trump Pushes Social Distancing Guidelines Through the End of April

Abby Marks, Editor-in-Chief April 16, 2020

President Trump stepped back from his earlier hopes of relaxing social distancing guidelines by Easter to announce that the restrictions will now continue through the end of April. These restrictions include...

Donald Trump and Ayatollah Ali Khamenei addressed the public over the strikes and attacks in Iran. Photo by Getty Images.

Iran vs. America: Will World War Three Happen?

Melody Scott, Staff Writer January 27, 2020

On Jan. 3, President Donald Trump ordered an airstrike in Baghdad, killing General Qasem Soleimani who is in the Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps and commander of its Quds Force the unit in charge of...

 Trump faces advancements in the ongoing impeachment inquiry regarding his relations to the Ukranian President and his request that Zelensky investigate Joe Biden and his son, Hunter. Photo by blocktoro.com.

Donald Trump Faces Advancements in Impeachment Hearings

Abby Marks, Editor-in-Chief December 10, 2019

Jerrold Nadler, a House Judiciary Chairman, has scheduled an impeachment hearing for the week of Dec. 9 where committee lawyers will present evidence against President Trump and the Democratic Party will...

In the photo above courtesy of wearechange.org, the Mother of All Bombs (MOAB) was dropped on Afghanistan, potentially causing World War III. But was it really necessary?

Should We Have Dropped the Bomb on Afghanistan?

Ramya Raja, Staff Writer May 10, 2017

On Thursday, April 13, 2017, The United States military dropped the largest non-nuclear bomb on the terrorist organization, ISIS, in Afghanistan. The 21,000 lbs bomb struck what United States intelligence...

Trump slammed the pizza giant in a tweet.

Trump Declares Papa John’s ‘Fake Pizza’

Daniel Snodgrass, Staff Writer April 19, 2017

After failing to receive his order of pizza within 30 minutes of ordering, President Trump slammed the pizza giant Papa John’s on his twitter page, declaring their pizza ‘fake pizza’. A few minutes...

The above photo conveys an envelope (to represent a vote sent out), a symbol from Russia (to convey they had something to do with it), and a symbol for win with a ‘x’ through it (to show there was no direct effect from this event).

Russian Hacking Scandal: The Truth Among The Lies

Lany Campbell, Staff Writer March 7, 2017

Throughout the course of Donald J. Trump’s win, there have been many protests for recounts and for him to be impeached due to the claim that Russia hacked into the governmental system and altered the...

A humorous Representation of Trump presenting Rex Tillerson to his cabinet

Trump Cabinet brings up familiar and unusual picks

Seth Anderson, Staff Writer February 10, 2017

Even before inauguration, President Elect Donald Trump was busy setting up his cabinet to feature many familiar Republican faces, but even when working behind the scenes, Trump can’t avoid controversy....

“It was an injustice that so many Americans would vote for him,” said one woman who refused to give her name, “I’m just happy it all worked out in the end.”

Anti-Trump Protests Work, Hillary Now President-Elect

Daniel Snodgrass, Staff Writer November 15, 2016

In light of the numerous anti-Trump protests across America, both the Senate and the House of Representatives have unanimously voted to ignore the results of the recent election and make Hillary Clinton...

Clinton and Trump are engaged in an intense debate, as they bicker over who is the better candidate. While they argue, the candidates avoid talking about important governmental topics. Photo taken by The Atlantic.

Trump or Hillary? Either Way, Good Luck America

Ramya Raja, Staff Writer November 7, 2016

One candidate has quite possibly leaked national secrets, while the other has filed for bankruptcy on four of his companies. This election’s presidential candidates are considerably not fit, qualified,...

Various North students show their support of their favorite candidate. There is a wide variety of Trump, Hillary, and Neither supporters here at NFHS.

The Election: Is America headed for victory or defeat?

Lauryn Almand, Staff Writer November 2, 2016

When the ballot for the 2016 Presidential Campaign was announced back in August 2015, The United States divided into a sea of controversy. Complaints bombarded each candidate as more citizens began forming...

Tensions ran high during the second presidential debate, which took place last Sunday at Washington University.  Trump and Hillary surprised viewers with their harsh words against each other, including Trump’s statement, “If I win I will ask for a special prosecutor to investigate you,” and Hillary’s appeal that “Trump doesn’t have the discipline to be a good leader.”

Recent Presidential Debates Get Heated

Emily Stocksdale, Literature Editor October 17, 2016

The recent presidential debate between Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton and Republican nominee Donald Trump has sparked much controversy in America over which candidate is truly best suited for the position...

The election of the next president of the United States of America gets closer, and the race for the presidency intensifies. It’s important to know your options if you’re eligible to vote

Do You Agree with the Presidential Candidates?

Andrew Willings, Staff Writer October 14, 2016

With the upcoming presidential election in November, it would be wise to learn everything about each presidential nominee and what they stand for, not just basing your vote off their behavior. If you don’t...

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