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Recent articles by Nina:

Brittney Griner Released By Russia In Prisoner Swap

The two-time Olympic gold medalist reportedly was freed in exchange for imprisoned Russian arms dealer Viktor Bout. → Read More

Trump Demands Kari Lake Be Made Arizona Governor After Her Defeat

Lake, a 2020 election denier, has refused to concede in the state’s gubernatorial race. → Read More

Headstones Vandalized With Swastikas In Illinois Jewish Cemetery

One of the headstones reportedly read: “Kanye was rite." → Read More

Cornell Suspends All Fraternity Events After Alleged Sex Assault, Druggings

Students told police they were exposed to Rohypnol, a sedative that’s commonly known as “roofies." → Read More

Man Charged In 2017 Killing Of 2 Girls Last Seen On Indiana Bridge

Richard Allen faces two counts of murder in the deaths of Abby Williams, 13, and Libby German, 14. → Read More

Dad Last Seen At College Drop-Off Found Dead A Year Later In Florida Woods

Jason Winoker, 52, was last seen leaving a Tallahassee hotel in August 2021. → Read More

Trump Tells Texas Crowd He Will 'Probably' Run For President Again

His comments follow reports that he could announce another White House campaign in the coming weeks. → Read More

Former NFL Player Antonio Dennard Fatally Shot Outside Pennsylvania Bar

Dennard played for the Green Bay Packers, the New York Giants and the Jacksonville Jaguars. → Read More

DOJ Seeks 6 Month Prison Sentence For Steve Bannon

The ex-Trump adviser was convicted of criminal contempt of Congress after defying a subpoena related to the assault on the U.S. Capitol last year. → Read More

Trump Tells Jews To 'Get Their Act Together' And Appreciate Him More

His repeated demand for more credit for his policies toward Israel was quickly called out as antisemitic. → Read More

Obamas Celebrate 30th Wedding Anniversary With Endearing Tributes

The former president said he "won the lottery" and shared a photo of the couple on their wedding day. → Read More

Aerial Video Shows Parts of Fort Myers, Florida, Decimated After Hurricane Ian

The destruction was likened to a large tornado having barreled through, with homes and buildings "completely gone.” → Read More

Hurricane Ian Sucks Tampa Bay Dry Ahead Of Landfall

“Don't go out there,” officials warned, saying the water was likely to rush back in at higher levels. → Read More

Girl, 12, Shoots Dad And Self In Plot With Friend To Kill Families: Sheriff

The two girls planned to run away to Georgia together after carrying out the killings in Texas, authorities said. → Read More

Harris: Election Deniers And Their Supporting Politicians Are Degrading U.S.

“I think that we have to admit that there are attacks from within ... and we need to take it seriously," she said. → Read More

World Leaders, Celebrities Mourn Death Of Queen Elizabeth II

Leaders are paying tribute to Britain's longest-reigning sovereign, who has died at age 96. → Read More

OnlyFans Model Charged With Murder In Boyfriend's Stabbing

Courtney Clenney was arrested on a charge of second-degree murder in the April death of Christian Obumseli in Miami. → Read More

Serena Williams Reveals Retirement Plans: 'I'm Evolving Away From Tennis'

"I’ve been reluctant to admit to myself or anyone else that I have to move on from playing tennis," the 23-time Grand Slam champion said in an essay for Vogue. → Read More

Fourth Set Of Human Remains Found In Nevada's Shrinking Lake Mead

Three other bodies were found in May and July as water levels continue to drop at the nation's largest reservoir. → Read More

President Joe Biden Tests Positive For COVID, Experiencing Mild Symptoms

The president is fully vaccinated and twice boosted and is expected to “respond favorably” to treatment, his physician said. → Read More