Introducing Grinnett, the breakthrough youth media organization redefining the way young voices shape democracy.

A generation forgotten. 

A generation in crisis

-> A cost of living crisis

-> A national debt crisis,

-> A climate crisis,

-> A mental health crisis.

All disproportionately effecting the next generation.

The truth-hungry next generation craves unbiased news, yet they're fed a diet of partisan narratives from organizations indifferent to their needs and overlooking vital stories. It's time for a media revolution that puts youth first and uncovers the untold. Welcome to Grinnett, where the truth matters, and the pulse of the future beats loud.

Breaking News

Saudi Astronauts Go to Space

Saudi astronauts, including nation's 1st woman, catch a SpaceX flight to space station. Saudi Arabia's first astronauts in decades rocketed toward the International Space Station on a chartered multimillion-dollar flight. The crew will spend just over a week there before returning home.

Ukraine Secures Further Military Aid at G7 Summit

Ukraine secured military aid, including advanced fighter jets, at the G-7 summit. Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy made a rare and brief trip to Hiroshima, Japan this weekend to re-energize support for the war from key Western allies.

Sunak Warns about China

China poses biggest threat to global security, says Rishi Sunak. The UK Prime Minister warned that China's growing military and economic power poses a challenge to the rules-based international order and called for a united response from the G7 countries.

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With Grinnett, you have access to a comprehensive content offering that combines fearless journalism, diverse perspectives, and a commitment to empowering the next generation.

Join us as we revolutionize youth-driven media, fostering an inclusive and well-informed generation that holds the power to shape a brighter future. Together, let's unleash the voice of youth and transform the world.

Fossil Fuel Firm Climate Reparations

Fossil fuel firms owe climate reparations of $209bn a year, says study. A new report by researchers at Oxford University calculated the amount of money that fossil fuel companies should pay to developing countries for their contribution to climate change.

New York City Sinking

New York City is sinking due to weight of its skyscrapers, new research finds**. A team of geophysicists found that the city's buildings have caused the land beneath them to sink by up to 8 inches over the past century, increasing the risk of flooding.