A global news organization built for today’s youth. 100% student-led. 100% nonpartisan. 100% No Cap.
Welcome to No Cap News
Our latest must-read stories, straight from the No Cap News team.
Police Identify Body of Missing Sarah Everard
Sarah Everard’s tragic death has sparked a widespread conversation about gender-based violence. Now, the 33-year-old’s body has been identified.
Typhoon Vamco Hits the Philippines
The Philippines was hit with yet another devastating typhoon–Typhoon Vamco–that left dozens dead and many without power. Here’s our coverage of it.
Counter, Not Cancel, Culture
Some Republican state leaders in the U.S. are alleged to have taken up the dangerous banner of misinformation about COVID-19. Now the argument rages as to how to address the spread of false facts.
Since its launch as a global news website, No Cap News has evolved into a fully-fledged multimedia world news organization, informing youth across all six major continents in the process. Continuing to grow internationally is integral to our mission: reliably informing young people in a facts-first, nonpartisan fashion–and in doing so, combating the ills of sociopolitical polarization.
Still, No Cap News remains early in its journey. As we continue to expand and reach more youth around the world, our hope is that the young people we impact will grow to become more compassionate, globally-aware citizens.
No Cap News in Numbers
The various countries No Cap News has reached–both in team members and young readers–are listed below. It is nowhere near an exhaustive list of where in the world we have made an impact.
Outside of our primary article-based reporting, No Cap News serves as a hub for various projects and initiatives that serve to inform youth as a means to further empower the global citizens of the future.
From podcasts to interview series, our projects demonstrate the ability for today’s young individual to develop the interpersonal, organizational, and globally-minded skills necessary to shape them into tomorrow’s leaders.