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Recent articles by Nina:

Man Accused Of Crushing Officer With Riot Shield During Capitol Siege Charged

Patrick Edward McCaughey III was filmed pressing the clear shield against Officer Daniel Hodges as the officer was pinned between two doors, authorities ... → Read More

Chicago Shooter Kills 3 People After Posting Social Media Rants: Cops

Police believe the shooter, who in all shot seven people during the hours-long attack, chose his victims at random. → Read More

Elaine Chao Resigning As Transportation Secretary Following Capitol Chaos

Chao called rioters' attack of the Capitol, which was encouraged by President Donald Trump, “traumatic and entirely avoidable.” → Read More

California County Distributes Entire Vaccine Supply In 2 Hours After Freezer Outage

Health officials went to work administering all 830 of its coronavirus vaccine doses after finding the vials nearing expiration due to the warming temper... → Read More

Coworker Detained In Possible Poisoning Death Of Video Game Tycoon

Lin Qi, 39, the billionaire founder of Chinese video game company Yoozoo Games, died on Christmas Day after being hospitalized on Dec. 17. → Read More

California Hospitals Discuss Rationing Care As COVID-19 Cases Surge

The number of people hospitalized across the state with confirmed coronavirus infections is more than double the state’s previous peak, reached in July. → Read More

Mitch McConnell Acknowledges Joe Biden's Presidential Win — 42 Days After The Election

The Senate majority leader congratulated the president-elect on Tuesday after weeks of refusing to acknowledge President Donald Trump's loss. → Read More

Fauci: Biden Should Get Vaccinated 'As Soon As We Possibly Can'

"We want him fully protected as he enters the presidency in January," Fauci said, and Vice President-elect Kamala Harris also should get the shot. → Read More

CDC Head Approves Coronavirus Vaccine Administration As First Shipments Go Out

Dr. Robert Redfield accepted a CDC advisory panel's endorsement that the Pfizer vaccine can be given to those 16 and older. → Read More

Former Cuomo Aide Accuses N.Y. Governor Of Sexual Harassment

Lindsey Boylan, who is running for Manhattan borough president, claims Cuomo harassed her "for years" when she worked in his administration. → Read More

Contractors Smuggled Armed Mexican Nationals To Guard Trump's Border Wall: Complaint

The construction companies are also accused in a whistleblower complaint of intentionally overcharging the U.S. government for work on the wall. → Read More

Fauci Warns Christmas May Bring More COVID-19 Cases Than Thanksgiving

“Without substantial mitigation, the middle of January could be a really dark time for us,” the nation's top infectious disease specialist warned. → Read More

Virginia Military Institute Removes Confederate 'Stonewall' Jackson Statue

The statue's removal follows the public college facing allegations of systemic racism. → Read More

Microwave Energy Likely Made U.S. Diplomats Ill, Study Finds

The report by the National Academy of Sciences committee did not name a source for the energy in Cuba and China or say that it was the result of an attack. → Read More

Nasdaq Seeks More Diverse Boards From Listed Companies

The companies would be required have at least two diverse directors. One would have to be female and the other would have to be an underrepresented minor... → Read More

'World's Loneliest Elephant' Kaavan Starts Trip To Cambodia Sanctuary

Kaavan's rescue from a derelict Pakistani zoo was assisted by American singer and actress Cher. → Read More

Illinois Veterans Nursing Home Investigated After 27 COVID-19 Deaths

Nearly 200 residents and staff members at the State Veterans Home at LaSalle have tested positive for the virus as cases rise throughout the Midwest. → Read More

'Tony Meatballs' Among 15 Alleged Mobsters Indicted On Federal Charges

The alleged members of the criminal organization La Cosa Nostra face racketeering, extortion, gambling and drug trafficking charges in Philadelphia. → Read More

Ice Bucket Challenge Co-Creator Patrick Quinn Dies At Age 37

Quinn's personal battle with ALS helped raise more than $220 million for medical research into what's commonly known as Lou Gehrig’s Disease. → Read More

Stabbing At California Church Leaves 2 Dead, Multiple Wounded

No services were taking place at the San Jose church where homeless people had been sheltering from the cold, police said. → Read More