The Suffolk Journal

Mueller takes aim at Russia: Indictments in probe continue

Mueller takes aim at Russia: Indictments in probe continue

Alexa Gagosz

February 21, 2018

Mueller’s office released a 14th indictment that targeted the Dutch attorney Alex van der Zwaan in relation to the investigation into Russia’s meddling with the 2016 presidential election.

Trump removes coverage of birth control under ACA

Juliana Tuozzola

October 18, 2017

Through history, women have had to fight for their rights. More often than not, they have had to challenge men who do not see them as equals. On Friday, Oct. 6 President Donald Trump’s cabinet repealed an Affordable Care Act (ACA) mandate that had required employer’s insurance plans to provide birt...

Don’t fill the swamp with Moore

Stiv Mucollari

October 4, 2017

Roy Moore’s victory in the Republican primary runoff shows that the right-wing populism that propelled President Donald J. Trump into the White House is still adding fuel to the fire. Moore, the former Chief Justice of the Alabama Supreme Court, defeated Luther Strange, the incumbent conservative senator...

Celebrating women, “Fearless Girl” deserves the attention

Morgan Hume

April 5, 2017

In New York City’s Financial District, there is a bronze statue of a little girl in a flowy dress, with her hair pinned back in a ponytail. She is standing confidently with her hands glued to her hips, facing a charging bull. Although she is young and petite, she is brave enough to defend herself again...

The Trump-Putin connection: Collusion is not the core of the problem

Chaim Wigder

April 5, 2017

The Trump administration hasn’t been able to escape from the controversy surrounding Russia’s alleged involvement in the 2016 presidential election. The House and Senate intelligence committees, as well as the FBI, are investigating Russian attempts to influence the election and its possible ties...

Editorial satire: The narcissist

Editorial satire: The narcissist

Claire Schneider

February 22, 2017

Claire Schneider/Political Cartoonist

Trump’s cabinet positions receive backlash

Trump’s cabinet positions receive backlash

Sonia Hubbard

December 9, 2016

When winning a presidential election, the candidate who is voted into office obtains the ability to assign the people who manage the executive section of the government. With President-Elect Donald Trump’s inauguration approaching soon, he is currently in this process of selecting who will serve in ...

Post-election protests continue, Boston officials receive demands

Post-election protests continue, Boston officials receive demands

Chris DeGusto

December 7, 2016

Chants of “the youth united will never be defeated” were repeated by a group of high school and college students standing on the front steps of the Massachusetts State House on Monday afternoon. An organized walkout labeled on flyers, “Boston Student Walk Out Against Trump” marched from the Stat...

Letter to the editor: I’m ready for a Trump presidency

November 22, 2016

We have to support Donald Trump so he can hopefully perform well as President. He won the election, and a large segment of the U.S. population has spoken. I agree with many of the policies he wants to implement, and I believe he will stop the nasty rhetoric that he used in the primaries and the general ...

Eyes on America: Campaigns cause discourse within Suffolk’s international community

Eyes on America: Campaigns cause discourse within Suffolk’s international community

Jacob Geanous

September 29, 2016

The fanfare surrounding the 2016 election has stirred up a media frenzy that has magnified the United States’ partisan personality. American citizens have vocalized their election opinions vehemently, but a conversation within the global community has been provoked as well. This is the first preside...

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