Nina Golgowski, HuffPost Australia

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Recent articles by Nina:

White House Says Trump Will Accept Result Of 'Free And Fair Election'

Press secretary Kayleigh McEnany declined to say if Trump will commit to a peaceful transfer of power and if the election's legitimacy depends on who wins. → Read More

South Faces Widespread Flooding, Power Outages In Hurricane Sally's Wake

Heavy rains in south Alabama and the Florida Panhandle are expected to flood waterways, potentially submerging bridges and flooding homes. → Read More

COVID-19 Patients Twice As Likely To Have Dined Out Before Illness: CDC Study

Eating or drinking at restaurants or bars may be “important risk factors" for contracting the coronavirus, the research found. → Read More

Shooting Near Rutgers University Leaves 2 Dead, 6 Wounded: Police

The incident in a New Brunswick neighborhood is not believed to be related to the university or its students. → Read More

Trump Says He Lied About COVID-19 To Avoid ‘Panic.’ He Incites Panic All The Time.

Raising fears of boogeymen is the president's modus operandi. Here are just some examples. → Read More

Fauci Calls Astrazeneca Vaccine Pause Unfortunate But Not Uncommon

The U.S. infectious disease expert said he hoped the pharmaceutical company could proceed with its trial. → Read More

Here Are 5 Lies Trump Told About The Environment In One 20-Minute Speech

The greenwashing continues. Don't fall for it. → Read More

Trump Expands Ban On New Offshore Drilling Sites In Atlantic

Trump praised himself as an environmental steward, despite his administration overturning or weakening numerous environmental regulations. → Read More

Novak Djokovic Out Of US Open After Hitting Line Judge With Tennis Ball

Djokovic inadvertently hit the judge in reaction to losing a point to Pablo Carreno Busta. → Read More

More Than 40 Crew Missing After Cattle Ship Capsizes In Storm Off Japan

The ship was carrying nearly 6,000 cattle when it capsized in the East China Sea Wednesday. A single crew member has been rescued. → Read More

Alabama City That Inspired 'To Kill A Mockingbird' Elects Its First Black Mayor

Charles Andrews, who recalled watching the film adaptation of the literary classic at a segregated theater in Monroeville, will take office on Nov. 2. → Read More

Trump Has A Record Of 'Hiring Excellent People,' Adviser Says After Bannon Arrest

Jason Miller defended Donald Trump's inner circle as "great people" even though seven of his former associates were charged with federal crimes. → Read More

Residents Flee As Gulf Coast Sees Possible Tandem Hurricanes

It could be the first time two hurricanes form in the Gulf of Mexico simultaneously, according to records dating to at least 1900. → Read More

Homeland Security Cannot Send Agents To Polling Sites: Acting DHS Secretary

President Donald Trump earlier said he plans to have “everybody,” including various law enforcement officials, guard against voter fraud. → Read More

Iowa Seeks Nearly $4 Billion In Disaster Aid After Storm Damage

Thousands of homes were destroyed or extensively damaged and about a third of the state's land used for corn was destroyed, the governor said. → Read More

Kamala Harris Responds To Racist Birther Attack, Says She's Ready For A Fight

"I expect they will engage in dirty tactics and this is going to be a knock-down, drag-out and we’re ready," she said. → Read More

Judge Reverses Trump Administration's Removal Of Migratory Bird Protections

A 2017 revision to the Migratory Bird Treaty Act allowed the killing of migratory birds so long as the deaths could not be proven as intentional. → Read More

North Carolina Rocked With 5.1 Magnitude Earthquake

The quake was the strongest to hit the state since 1916. No injuries or damage were immediately reported. → Read More

WHO Chief Warns There May Never Be A 'Silver Bullet' For Coronavirus

The director of the World Health Organization urged people to practice “the basics of public health" to stop outbreaks of COVID-19. → Read More

Trump Suggests Delaying Presidential Election Due To Mail-In Voting

US President Donald Trump floated delaying the November presidential election — which he can't do — warning that mail-in voting will create a "fraudulent election." → Read More