Nikesh Chapagain

Senior Contributor
Nikesh Chapagain is a Texan native who has spent over five years as a journalist and political analyst. He graduated from the University of Texas at Dallas and has since been published by the Texas Observer, the Dallas Morning News, the Dallas Business Journal, and many other outlets. His first book is The People’s Candidate.

School Shooting In Detroit Leaves 3 Dead, 8 Injured

On Tuesday, 3 students are dead with 8 others injured in Oxford High School in suburban Detroit. Yet another familiar storyline that seems to loom over the US happens again. The suspect, a 15-year-old sophomore, has been apprehended, according to Oakland County Undersheriff Michael McCabe. According to him, a handgun was also discovered. The incident

Matthew McConaughey Will Not Run For Texas Governor

Matthew McConaughey, the beloved superstar out of Texas, says that he will not run for governor in the state after many rumors have circulated stating he might run for the seat next year.  He posted a video on Twitter stating his intentions.  🇺🇸 — Matthew McConaughey (@McConaughey) November 29, 2021 He said that he

OK Gov. Commuted Death Sentence Of Julius Jones To Life Prison

Oklahoma Gov. Kevin Stitt commuted the death sentence of Julius Jones to life imprisonment a few hours before his execution on Thursday. He also restricted any chances of parole.   Governor Stitt’s announcement came after protests from Jones’ supporters staged for days in advance of his scheduled execution was on Thursday at 5 p.m. at

US Companies Order Record Number Of Robots To Fillup Vacancies

In the last nine months, North American companies have placed a record number of orders for robots to boost up the assembly lines as they have been suffering a lot finding adequate human workers. Association for Advancing Automation says industrial users including factories and production workshops have ordered 29,000 robots worth $1.48 billion which stands

Pentagon Official Assumes ISIS In Afghanistan Going To Be Biggest Threat To US

ISIS in Afghanistan Could Attack the U.S. Within 6 Months: U.S. Intelligence Colin Kahl, one of the top Pentagon official’s assessments says that the land of Afghanistan is going to be used by ISIS groups as a safe platform to conspire attacks on the US and western countries within the next 6-12 months. Kahl’s report

Retired US Navy Officer Arrested On Espionage Charges

A retired US Navy officer who was a nuclear engineer is arrested with his wife on espionage charges as he was trying to sell secrets about US naval submarines to the agents of an unnamed foreign country. The court says Jonathan Toebbe, 42, the retired Navy Lieutenant and his wife, Diana Toebbe, were arrested for

Rapid Permafrost Bringing Huge Financial & Infractural Loss To Russia By 2050

In Russia, permafrost melting due to faster warming is resulting in damage to infrastructure which could be estimated to be more than $67 billion by 2050. Alexander Kozlov, Russian environmental minister told this at the 9th Nevsky International Ecological Congress in St. Petersburg on Thursday. The permafrost, the frozen condition of the upper layer of

Couple To Donate $100 Million To Help African Parks

The Rob and Melani Walton Foundation (RMWF), a conservation non-profit organization, has pledged $100 million to African Parks, making it one of the biggest contributions ever made to the conservation of protected areas in Africa. This donation will help African Parks extend its effect over the next decade, protecting a substantial percentage of Africa’s biodiversity

131 Federal Judges Found Ruling Favorably To Companies With Financial Interest

Almost more than 130 federal judges are accused of conflict of personal interest with the judiciary as they are suspected of ignoring US Law & Judicial Ethics by overseeing court appeals involved with companies which stock have been owned by them or their family members. From 2010, these judges who have failed to maintain their

Nancy Pelosi Going Back On Her Commitment On The Infrastructure Bill

House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, D-Calif., warned Sunday that she may not bring the bipartisan infrastructure bill to the House floor on Monday as she had promised. After moderates in her caucus requested a vote, Pelosi agreed to bring the bipartisan infrastructure plan to the floor for consideration by Sept. 27. On Saturday, the House Budget

Amazon Plans To Come Up With Departmental Stores With Unique Features

The Ecommerce giant Amazon’s plan to boost sales offline through its own departmental stores is going to be enriched with secret technologically advanced shopper-friendly features, sources said. Possibly, the first 2 showrooms are opening in San Francisco and Columbus, OH. According to the sources, the departmental stores, likely to be commenced from next years, will