UN| State department| White house monitoring
This section reports on reporting. Our writers Olivia Moore and Julia Radke explore the different angles various outlets use to report on the United Nations, the State Department, and the White House. They repost one article/day from another outlet, to be approved by their editor Ziva Juneja. Each week, they produce an article that either synthesizes these perspectives or emphasizes a particular story that has dominated the news cycle.
Nikki Haley, one of the first woman appointed in the Trump administration, began her career as Ambassador to the United Nations following her decisive approval in the Senate on Jan. 24, 2017. And less than two years in, the announcement of her resignation on Oct. 9, is sparking speculation about potential replacements and her motives for leaving.
On September 28, the American people were promised an un-partisan, unbiased investigation. They were told by the president that the FBI would have “free-reign” in their probe of Dr. Christine Blasey Ford’s allegations against, at the time, the Supreme Court Nominee Brett Kavanaugh.