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Recent articles by Nina:

Prince Harry Shares Adorable New Photo Of Baby Archie On First Father's Day

The prince and Maeghan Markle shared the shot on Instagram. → Read More

Tennessee DA Probed After Anti-Muslim, Homophobic Comments

Coffee County District Attorney Craig Northcott has refused calls to resign or apologize. → Read More

Olympic Hopeful Gabriele Grunewald Dies At 32 After Cancer Battle

The national champion runner had chronicled her battle with metastatic cancer while inspiring others. → Read More

This Year's 'Dead Zone' Is Forecast To Be One Of The Gulf of Mexico's Largest

The oxygen-starved area, which kills marine life and habitats, is expected to be the size of Massachusetts. → Read More

Measles Cases Surpass 1,000 In U.S. Amid Largest Outbreak In 25 Years

The U.S. will lose its measles elimination status if the outbreaks continue, the CDC warns. → Read More

Guatemalan Toddler Apprehended At U.S. Border Dies In Hospital: Report

The 2 1/2-year-old boy had been hospitalized for several weeks after crossing the border with his mother. → Read More

Alabama Senate Passes Nation's Strictest Abortion Bill

The bill, which will now go to the governor's desk, would ban abortion in almost all cases. → Read More

Amy Schumer Gets Real In Post-Pregnancy 'Takeaway' That Celebrates Women

"Men are cool and whatever, but women are f**king warriors and capable of anything," the comedian shared. → Read More

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