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  • HuffPost Australia
  • New York Daily News

Recent articles by Nina:

Mumps Cases At Indiana University More Than Double In A Week Amid Outbreak

Temple University in Philadelphia had been dealing with a similar outbreak that sickened more than 100 people. → Read More

Doctors Cure 'Bubble Boy' Disease Using HIV Gene Therapy

Scientists altered the virus to deliver a gene that the children lacked. It's not yet known whether the fix will be permanent. → Read More

WikiLeaks Founder Julian Assange Arrested In London

The WikiLeaks founder was indicted in March 2018, according to newly unsealed filings. → Read More

Measles Cases This Year Surpass 2018's Full-Year Total

In just the first three months of 2019, the U.S. has already logged a disturbing surge in the illness, which was proclaimed eliminated in 2000. → Read More

Another Whale Has Washed Up Dead With Plastic Packing Its Stomach

A sperm whale found off the coast of Sardinia, Italy, was pregnant and carrying 49 pounds of plastic. → Read More

Fox News Roasted After Graphic Refers To '3 Mexican Countries'

"Fox & Friends" appeared to struggle with geography while discussing Trump's plan to cut aid to Central America. → Read More

Israeli Prime Minister Speaks Out Against Congresswoman Ilhan Omar At AIPAC

Benjamin Netanyahu took a swipe at Omar, who has accused the pro-Israel conference of paying politicians to support Israel. → Read More

Duke Agrees To Pay $112 Million After Being Accused Of Falsifying Grant Research

Over 12 years, the university submitted falsified or fabricated data for federal money, authorities said. → Read More

Migrant Dies In Border Patrol Custody, The Fourth Death In 4 Months

The 40-year-old Mexican man was diagnosed with flu-like symptoms, liver failure and renal failure, officials said. → Read More

8 Elite Public Schools In NYC Only Accepted 190 Black Students

Just 4 percent of the accepted students are black, despite most of the city’s public school students being black or Hispanic. → Read More

Manhunt Launched After Dutch Tram Shooting Leaves 3 Dead, Multiple Wounded

Police are considering a possible "terrorist motive" for the deadly attack in the central Dutch city of Utrecht. → Read More

Pressure Mounts For FAA To Ground Boeing 737 Max 8 Planes After Deadly Crashes

The FAA has resisted calls from Sens. Elizabeth Warren, Mitt Romney and others to ground the aircraft until a full investigation is complete. → Read More

Jaguar Attacks Woman After She Crosses Barrier For Photo, Zoo Says

The woman sustained injuries to her arm that aren't life-threatening, according to Arizona's Wildlife World Zoo. → Read More

California Racetrack Suspends Races Indefinitely After 21 Horses' Deaths

It's not yet known what has caused the alarming number of injuries at Santa Anita racetrack over the last two months. → Read More

Dean Resigns Over School's Choice To Not Consider Chick-fil-A

Rider University in New Jersey said it won't feature the restaurant because of its opposition to the LGBTQ community. → Read More

Trump Rolls Out Another Fast-Food Spread, This Time For North Dakota State Players

The president told the Football Championship Subdivision champions he could have had the White House prepare something, but "I know you people." → Read More

Oregon Is Set To Become The First State With Statewide Rent Control

The bill, expected to be signed into law this week, would limit rent increases and require reasons for some evictions. → Read More

Hiker Rescued After Getting Stuck In Quicksand For Hours

Ryan Osmun compared his experience in Utah's Zion National Park to "standing in a huge puddle of concrete ― that basically dries instantly.” → Read More

Wallace Broecker, Scientist Who Popularized Term 'Global Warming,' Dead At 87

The Columbia University professor correctly predicted rising atmospheric carbon dioxide levels would lead to pronounced warming. → Read More

Sen. Bernie Sanders Confirms 2020 Presidential Run

Sanders has long been known as one of the most progressive members of the Senate. → Read More