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Nina Golgowski


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Recent articles by Nina:

Trump Finally Meets Conan, The Hero Dog That Helped Take Down ISIS Leader

"It's trained that if you open your mouths you will be attacked," Trump told reporters. "You ought to be very, very careful.” → Read More

Police Seeking Persons Of Interest After Couple Found Buried On Texas Beach

A man and a woman were seen driving James and Michelle Butler's truck across the U.S.-Mexico border after the Butlers disappeared. → Read More

US Citizen Says He Was Splashed With Acid, Told To 'Go Back To Your Country'

Milwaukee police arrested a 61-year-old man in what they are investigating as a hate crime. → Read More

Cop Awarded $28.9 Million After Being Told To 'Tone Down' His 'Gayness'

A police chief is now facing calls to resign after the jury's award to Sgt. Keith Wildhaber in his discrimination suit. → Read More

Missing West Point Cadet Found Dead At Academy

Kade Kurita, 20, had been missing from the military academy since Friday. Foul play is not expected. → Read More

Mulvaney: Trump Still Considers Himself To Be In Hospitality Business

The acting White House chief of staff defended the US president wanting to host the G-7 summit at his private Florida estate despite ethics concerns. → Read More

Schumer Calls For Federal Probe Of Contaminated Baby Food

The urgency follows a study finding that 95% of baby food products tested contained lead, arsenic, mercury or cadmium. → Read More

2nd Whistleblower Comes Forward On Trump's Dealings With Ukraine: Attorneys

The intelligence official is said to have firsthand knowledge of details cited in the first whistleblower's complaint against Trump. → Read More

Frightened Florida Man Fatally Shoots Son-In-Law During Birthday Surprise

Richard Dennis, 62, will not face charges for the shooting that's being called a "horrible accident." → Read More

Knifeman Leaves Four Dead In Attack At Paris Police Headquarters

An employee who allegedly carried out the attack was shot to death, authorities said. → Read More

Two Dead After Rollercoaster Car Jumps Rails In Mexico City

The coaster derailed at the La Feria amusement park and fell 33 feet, leaving two others injured. → Read More

Mark Hamill Burns Ivanka Trump's 'Star Wars' Family Photo With Correction

“You misspelled ‘fraud,’” he pointedly replied to her photo. → Read More

Robert De Niro Doubles Down On 'F**k Trump' Speech, Hits Back At Critics

“This guy should not be president, period," he said on CNN. "This guy is like a gangster." → Read More

Hillary Clinton: Trump 'Knows He's Illegitimate,' It's Why He's Obsessed With Me

The former secretary of state, who compared her 2016 defeat to "losing to a corrupt human tornado," said she supports the impeachment inquiry. → Read More

Second Man Arrested In Probe Of Mac Miller's Overdose Death

Ryan Reavis, 36, was arrested in Arizona on drug charges as authorities investigate the late rapper's death. → Read More

Nationwide Vaping Illnesses Top 800 As Death Toll Rises To 12 [UPDATE]

The CDC's latest figures show a 52% rise in cases since last week. The latest deaths were in Mississippi, Georgia and Florida. → Read More

Juul CEO Steps Down Amid Growing Concerns Over E-Cigarette Use

K.C. Crosthwaite, who previously served as chief growth officer for tobacco company Altria, will replace Kevin Burns. → Read More

India’s Government Approves Ban On Vaping E-Cigarettes

People found vaping will face up to a year in prison and, or a fine up to $1,390. → Read More

Majority Of Tigers Rescued From A Thai Tourist Attraction Have Died

News of the deaths comes three years after nearly 150 tigers were removed from Tiger Temple over trafficking and abuse claims. → Read More

Bomb-Sniffing Dogs Sent To Fight Terrorism In Jordan Are Dying From Neglect

At least 10 dogs have perished from medical problems. The State Department sent more, a federal report said. → Read More