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Recent articles by Nina:

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

Ilhan Omar Calls Out Trump Over His History Of Anti-Semitism, Xenophobia

“You have trafficked in hate your whole life — against Jews, Muslims, Indigenous, immigrants, black people and more,” she fired at the president. → Read More

Experts Warn Fatal ‘Zombie’ Deer Disease Could Spread To Humans

Hunters are urged to be on the lookout for symptoms of chronic wasting disease, though they can take years to appear after infection. → Read More

Arizona's 'In God We Trust' License Plates Found To Fund Anti-LGBTQ Group

Two new bills hope to increase regulations and remove the plate that a lawmaker says has fed over $1 million "to an extremist hate group.” → Read More

Apple Has Finally Released A FaceTime Fix That You Need To Download Right Now

The software update fixes a bug that allowed callers to listen to and watch other users without their permission. → Read More

No Charges In Police Killing Of Mall Shopper Mistaken For Shooter

Emantic Bradford's shooting was "reasonable under the circumstances," Alabama's attorney general said. → Read More

Court Upholds Conviction Of Michelle Carter In Texting-Suicide Case

Carter, who was convicted of involuntary manslaughter in 2017 in the death of Conrad Roy, had been allowed to remain free amid her appeal. → Read More

Liam Neeson Insists 'I Am Not A Racist' After 'Black Bastard' Comments

The “Cold Pursuit" actor said race didn't fuel his past penchant for violence, which he said he sought help for. → Read More

Archaeologists Discover 40 Mummies In Egyptian Burial Chambers

The mummies, believed to have belonged to an upper-middle-class family, were found in “good conservation condition.” → Read More

Superintendent Quits After Arrest For Allegedly Using Her Insurance To Help Sick Student

Casey Smitherman, who was charged with insurance fraud and identity theft, said she was resigning to prevent further negative attention. → Read More

Tips On How To Stay Safe When Winter Weather Turns Deadly

Amid frigid temperatures, here's a quick guide on spotting hypothermia, what to do if trapped in your car, and more. → Read More

Extreme Weather Is Already Breaking Records Around The World In 2019

Temperatures dipped to -38 degrees in Minnesota as Australia battled a heat wave that topped 115 degrees. → Read More

Duke Official Steps Down After Telling Students Not To Speak Chinese

Megan Neely in the medical school's biostatistics master's program warned that it was "impolite" and could have "unintended consequences." → Read More

Up To 117 Migrants Feared Dead After Overloaded Dinghy Sinks In Mediterranean

Those missing off the coast of Libya include 10 women and two children, including a two-month-old baby. → Read More

Rep. Sheila Jackson Lee Accused Of Firing Staffer Over Rape Allegation

The alleged victim claims she was sacked after sharing plans to sue the Congressional Black Caucus Foundation over the 2015 incident. → Read More

Veterinarian Student Allegedly Took In 'Rescue' Horses To Sell Them To Slaughter

Fallon Danielle Blackwood was arrested in Alabama after multiple horse owners said they put their animals in her care only for them to disappear. → Read More

YouTube Bans Dangerous Pranks And Stunts In Wake Of 'Bird Box' Challenge

A wave of YouTubers have been posting birdbrained videos of themselves in hopes of going viral. → Read More

UNC Chancellor Resigns After Ordering Confederate ‘Silent Sam’ Monument Removed

"No one learns at their best when they feel unsafe," Chancellor Carol L. Folt said in announcing her decision. → Read More