Breaking the Bubble


On March 29, all three GOP presidential hopefuls backed away from their original pledge to support the Republican nominee regardless of who it is. The candidates intend on waiting to see who will become the nominee before offering their support.

The Supreme Court ruled in favor of public unions on March 29 when it struck down a group of California teachers who challenged a law requiring all teachers to pay collective bargaining fees even if they aren’t part of a union. The vote ended in a 4-4 tie, underscoring the clear ideological divide among the justices.


On March 30, Iran’s Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei said that the country would not halt its ballistic missile program despite signing a resolution with the United States agreeing to refrain from building nuclear weapons for eight years. Iranian officials insist that the missiles are being developed solely for defensive purposes and promise to continue the program despite U.S. threats of economic sanctions.

A laptop found near the hideout of the three Brussels suicide bombers contained images of the Belgian Prime Minister Charles Michel’s home and office, leading investigators to suspect that he was a potential target of the bombers. The computer has served as an important source in the search for the third suspect, who supposedly fled the airport after the attack.

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