January 10, 2020
Timeline: Electoral Vote Count Descends Into Chaos
The US Congress met Wednesday to recognize the results of the Electoral College. Hours before the meeting, rioters began to gather outside of the Capitol building. Soon after the joint session of Congress was gaveled to order, chaos and panic descended upon the National Mall.
September 28, 2020
Death of Ruth Bader Ginsburg Sets Senate Up for Partisan Fight
This article is the second piece of a two-part series about the passing of Ruth Bader Ginsburg and the race to nominate a new justice. In the first part of the series, RevNow honored the late RBG through a timeline of her life.
May 8, 2020
Spotlight: No Longer in the Race for President, O’Rourke Speaks on the Future of Politics
As a Dallas native who saw the effects of O’Rourke’s previous campaigns firsthand, I had the pleasure of getting his take on grassroots politics, youth activism, and the ongoing growth of the Democratic Party in Texas.
February 27, 2020
Harvey Weinstein Found Guilty of Sexual Assault - Could Face Up to Twenty Five Years
The case is a landmark of the #MeToo movement, which has brought an avalanche of sexual assault and harassment allegations against powerful men and prompted conversations about gender and misconduct in all walks of life.
November 30, 2019
What the 403 Page NYT Leak Regarding China's Muslim Detention Centers Reveals: RevNow Breaks it Down
403 pages of documents belonging to China’s ruling Communist party have been leaked to the New York Times, exposing the full extent of the persecution against and the detention of around 1 million Chinese Uyghur Muslims.
December 15, 2020
PERSONAL ESSAY - Welcome Back, America: An Essay About Growth During Political Turmoil
Trump’s presidency might have been my catalyst, but this is only the beginning of my (and the rest of Gen Z’s) involvement in the political sphere, because it is our democracy to keep, and ours to maintain.
September 28, 2020
Ruth Bader Ginsburg: A Life in Pictures
This timeline is the first piece of a two-part series about the passing of Ruth Bader Ginsburg and the race to nominate a new justice. In the next part of the series, RevNow breaks down how the nomination could play out in the Senate.
January 12, 2020
1/12/19: This Week in the Social Media News Cycle
"This Week in the Social Media News Cycle" is a bi-weekly column where RevNow clarifies, elaborates on, and fact-checks the biggest 'news stories' circulating social media platforms. Learn about the USA-Iranian conflict that has led to the widespread circulation of WW3 memes on the internet.
September 21, 2019
Is it a Boy or a Girl? - How Devotion to Binary Gender Leads to Child Genital Mutilation for Intersex Individuals
Thousands of intersex people have been subjected to Intersex Genital Mutilation (IGM) -- i.e. surgical procedures done on the genitals of intersex children who are too young to consent.
October 12, 2020
Grief, Gratitude, and Grit: RBG's Impact on My Life as a Young Jewish Woman
With the Amy Coney Barrett Supreme Court confirmation hearing underway, teens around the country are reacting to this unprecedented confirmation. Alexandra is one of these teens, and she has a message for the politicians pushing this process forward.
September 26, 2020
Climate Change and the Economy: What Are the Real Costs?
While the halting of climate change and the protection of the economy are often seen as clashing causes, the two are becoming increasingly interwoven as environmental destruction disrupts economies around the world.
June 29, 2020
Defunding the Police: an Overview
“Defund the Police” is a phrase used to demand that a large percentage of police funding be redirected into schools, mental health services, homeless services, addiction rehabilitation, and other means of positively reinforcing how communities function and serve their most vulnerable populations.
March 16, 2020
COVID-19: The Latest Updates
With schools shutting down, US President Donald Trump declaring a national emergency, and flight restrictions being imposed around the world, COVID-19 is pretty much all that anyone can talk about. Here at RevNow, we’ve summarized all the key info that you need to know to help you understand this rapidly changing situation.
December 15, 2019
12/15/19: This Week in the Social Media News Cycle
"This Week in the Social Media News Cycle" is a bi-weekly column where RevNow clarifies, elaborates on, and fact-checks the biggest 'news stories' circulating social media platforms. Learn about the fake university created by ICE, the hate crime policemen allegedly committed against a man in custody, and more.
December 3, 2019
The Impeachment Report: Everything you Need to Know
On Tuesday, House Democrats wrapped up the first phase of the impeachment inquiry by releasing a full 300 page report, shedding light on the inner-workings of the hearings and foreshadowing how the impeachment process will likely develop in the days to come.