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Jareen Imam

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Atlanta, GA, United States

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Recent articles by Jareen:

'This is a war': NYC doctors describe fight against coronavirus as cases surge

“Our hospital has never, ever, ever seen anything like this,” one doctor said. → Read More

Few silver linings and no quick fix: Iowa sets worrisome example for election technology

The Iowa app's problems provided a high-profile example of a warning experts have been making for years: Technology can make the election process harder and less secure. → Read More

Social media users document life in China amid coronavirus lockdowns

Video circulated online appears to show roadblocks, signs discouraging travel in rural China and even an apartment being barricaded by authorities. → Read More

Video appears to show moment Ukraine plane was shot down over Iran

Video taken from the ground apparently captures the moment a Ukraine International Airlines jetliner went down in Iran on Wednesday, killing 176 people. → Read More

Thousands listed as missing in Bahamas in Hurricane Dorian's wake

Thousands of people are desperately trying to find loved ones in the Bahamas in the wake of the devastation of Hurricane Dorian. → Read More

4chan trolls impersonate Jewish people on social media to spread hate

A handful of Jewish people were targeted the week of Aug. 19 in a coordinated scheme created by internet trolls to instigate conflict within the Jewish community by creating fake accounts to spread extreme political views and hate speech. → Read More

Ms. Nevada has been stripped of her crown. She says it's because she supports Trump.

Katie Williams insists she's a victim of censorship, while organizers said she violated social media rules. → Read More

Video shows California teens laughing as one is painted with blackface

The footage emerged on Snapchat and was later reposted on Twitter. Antelope Valley Union High School District administrators intend to punish them. → Read More

Prominent Virginia doctor and his tour guide murdered in Belize

Dr. Gary Swank, a cardiologist and avid fly fisherman, was traveling with his wife and school-age children. → Read More

Mom of American on drug charges in Philippines: 'His life is in danger'

“In a foreign country, U.S. citizens are subject to that country’s laws, even if they differ from those in the United States,” the State Department said. → Read More

'Unruly passengers' force Los Angeles-bound flight to turn back to Hawaii

'Unruly passengers' force Hawaiian Airlines' Los Angeles-bound flight to turn back to Hawaii. → Read More

Tornado victims in Alabama include the 'sweetest little boy' and a 'perfect' daughter

"She was the air in my lungs," said the father of a 10-year-old girl who was among the at least 23 people who died in tornadoes in eastern Alabama on Sunday. → Read More

Muslim youth volunteers show up to keep national parks clean amid government shutdown

The volunteers are part of a larger nationwide effort to help maintain some of the national parks during the government shutdown. → Read More

Offensive term targeting Asian client found on Drybar receipt

In a statement on Instagram, Drybar apologized and said it terminated the employee involved in the incident. → Read More

A man attacked 2 Latinos in Utah. Due to a loophole, it can't be considered a hate crime.

Alan Dale Covington, the man who allegedly attacked a Latino father and son after claiming they were part of the Mexican mafia, also believed they had killed his daughter, one of the victims said. → Read More

Family of U.S. missionary John Chau: We forgive tribe for killing him

John Chau's family said the adventurer "loved God, life, helping those in need, and had nothing but love for the Sentinelese people" who killed him with arrows. → Read More

Black Texas college student has police called on her by professor, prompting investigation

A black student at the University of Texas at San Antonio had police called on her Monday by a professor who students say was upset she had put her feet up on one of the classroom chairs. → Read More

Humidity causes problems for ballot tabulating machines across South

An unexpected problem has emerged at polling stations across the South: Moisture. → Read More

Midterms 2018: Voters face malfunctioning machines and long lines at polls across country on Election Day

Malfunctioning machines, broken scanners and locked polling sites were among the early problems on Election Day. → Read More

Alleged Kroger gunman uttered, "whites don't kill whites," witness says

Police have not yet determined a motive for the fatal shootings of a black man and woman at a Kentucky grocery store. → Read More