From terror attacks to natural disasters, U.S. history is replete with examples of Americans of different backgrounds unifying in the face of hardship. Unfortunately, the COVID-19 pandemic will not likely be remembered as such an occasion. The virus, which originated in China, ushered in a surge of violence directed at Asian Americans at a time […]
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Tennessee’s senators are calling the Biden administration’s handling of the U.S. withdrawal from Afghanistan “unplanned and chaotic,” causing the United States’ reputation in the international community to be “deeply stained.”
Hannah Solima, a Spring 2021 Middle Tennessee State University graduate, will be adding another stamp to her passport next month as she plans …
Tom Gouttierre, the longtime dean of UNO’s Center for Afghanistan Studies, believes that U.S. troops offer a measure of stability to the country, and he fears what will happen when they're gone.
A respected, beloved and long-time East Texas teacher who has lived in the United States legally for most of the last 32 years is facing deportation to a country she doesn’t know.