The Intelligence Community Explained by a National Security Council Director

By Theresa Whitfield Juan Cruz, the Senior Director for western hemisphere policy on the National Security Council spoke to Catholic University students on Wednesday on various aspects of intelligence. Cruz engaged students in the room with his unique perspective, and spoke about the current and future issues of intelligence. Before Cruz worked as a policy Read More …

Martin O’Malley, Former Governor of Maryland and Presidential Candidate Speaks to Aspiring Young Politicians

By Duane Paul Murphy Former Maryland Governor and presidential candidate Martin O’Malley spoke to more than 50 students on Thursday, November 8, in the Pryzbyla Center about the future of the Democratic party and the country itself. The event was organized by the College Democrats of the Catholic University of America. O’Malley ran for President Read More …

Midterm Elections

By Alex Santana On November 6, millions of Americans will be watching to see if the U.S. House of Representatives will fall into Democratic hands and if the U.S. Senate stays under Republican control. 39 state and territorial governors, 87 state legislatures, and dozens of state constitutional amendments are also on the ballot. President Donald Read More …

Catholic University Professor’s Tweet Goes Viral in Response to French President

By Nell Rowe Catholic University’s Dr. Catherine Pakaluk of the Busch School of Business ignited a Twitter hashtag movement in response to recent comments by France’s President Emmanuel Macron linking lack of education to higher fertility in African nations. Macron spoke at the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation’s ‘Goalkeepers’ event in New York on September Read More …

Wave of Explosives Sent to Trump Critics

By Alexander Santana Suspicious packages containing potential explosive devices were sent to multiple current and former government leaders, donors, and media outlets, raising concerns over the current political climate in the United States. Most recently, two additional pipe bombs, one addressed to former Vice President Joseph Biden and the other to actor Robert De Niro Read More …

Brett Kavanaugh Sworn in as the Next Justice of the Supreme Court

By Alexander Santana With 50 yeas and 48 nays Brett M. Kavanaugh was confirmed on October 6th by the U.S. Senate to serve as the next Associate Justice of the United States Supreme Court. West Virginia’s Joe Manchin was the only Democratic Senator to vote in favor of Kavanaugh’s confirmation while Senator Lisa Murkowski (R-AK) voted Read More …